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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 13, 1834, London, Middlesex                                Daily Adyetrilfer. Numb. t*3� MO N D AT, 5 a Nti a r r  tj,   1734. ifc Ttihhiii e IB" A JDtW, Jtwuaiy to. HE nine Eall-India Shif�. remain In the Di'wn*. wiili the Tygris, PetiT, for Turkf s the Profpect, Bowers, the tooeita, Whcatley, the IMce Frigate, ; o*m, end the Rochefter, Turner, fur Jamaica 1 the Fame, Harris, and S,�annal\ Wood, for Gibraltar; Jen-tkr, Ciookcnden, and rhe Neptune, L' o:r,v and Mary, Butler, Royal George, Baxter, i^noc 1)?W �'iC R�!'cbeTT. Glover, the Mary and Anne, FVt S8d tVairacre, Whiting, for Cadiz j Pclhanr, Nichol-2i.irHa� Carolina; Change, Bloom, for Cadi*; Martha, n't'-xk, fcrMadeira.  Arriv'd, Tower-Galley, WingfieW, "S^jKeJlow, S-iundrrs, from Leghorn; Mary, Watfon, taYiimaa; Albany. Bryant, from New-York. Wind S.W. 11. rte Wind blew *"7 h*rd hftNight and &}k�rc:ae. All the Ships in my lift ridrfafc. Yefterday ^owaaxm'd nod fail'd thro' for the River four Ships, who writgDorcr Pil�� on board, our Boats did not go to them, fcoow act their Names. Arriv'd fince, Hunter, Hunter, j^SuChriflopher's; Port-Faclor, Btnnet, Irom Malaga. �    L O N   DON. Yotrrdsy arriv'd a Mail from France, but brought nothing Yetadrr at Noon the' Right Hon. the Earl of Waldegrave, feXUjdl/sAintaujdor to the Court of France, arriv'd at his gtrfcaaAlbeBiarle-llKct from Paris, and immediately after taasf or. tib Majrfly at St. James's, and met with a molt naovtosxpnon. ^ederdiy about five in the Evening, the Right Hon. the felof EOex, hn Majefty's Ambaflador at the Court of Turin, acYeatlib Hoofe in Golden-fquare : His Lord/hip retura'd ted Italy by the way of France. _ Tt� Evening there wilt be a numerous Meeting of the ibabenof the Houfe of Commons at the Cockpit, White -UL Taowrrow the Parliament will meet at Weflminfter, ac-qrfi>otbc Writs of Summon* ; the la;;ie Day his Mejclty nil go to the Home of Peers with the ul'ual Solemnity, to frbafttiECamnram to chufc aSpraker. AadoaThursday or'Frid.^v following his Mnjefty will go a feorio time to i>c Houfc'of Peers, for Uk* Approbation ot the Santker; and <.t the fame time his Majriiy will open both ttuaof lailkraent witn a moft gracious Speech liuin tlic Jibe* -Wehevthr LinJ-Tax for the enfuing Year will be only �t iltiw Pound. 1b now btljti'd on all Hands, that neither England or lahai engage this Year in the War Ihould it continue, dtUEvent oi tutir Mediation not aniwer their Hopes. TiitMsio, toe Preparations for War flackcn a little in hour, r,4 mat the Camp-Till* are not likely to be renew'd, #aij Uie Rbine or, in I u\y, fo early as was rhreatned fame fcesjoBy the Court of Vcr/ailles and her AUics. ^JteEinpfrcr kuiblv'd, ii he vannot have an attual Peace, cS&ttonc -ufpjmfwn of Arms, tiitf llxpences being equal wijttorr his Troops are in A Chun or idle ; and as lthisHk}ei',roviuon for the Cuarge of another Campain,-he l.aaiiSaig to be ditippoioteii of the Succefa which he hopes jp.i.' ^ tkllajefly being indifpo^'d with the Gout, did not go with AtBtjt Yeflerday to Cnapcl. ' m Son of Hie Hon. Mr. Spencer, is named ffiMfc fame being tnc Name of its Father, of its Great yWiflirtkf tfce late Duke of Marlborough, Bind its Grand-^fttr the lard Carteret.  His Grace the Duke of Marlba-Wapd Lord Caneict were Godrathas, and her Grace the y&A Dowager Q odmother. '� *   li*tr*cl e/a Letter from Porlfmouth. Jan. \ \. *w*htd another very hanLGalc of Wind lall Night * and Si tvhich ilill conefnu'rr and has done great. .       T*e Friend's Adventure, Manby, for Maryuud, ,�*�� on Shore at Gilkigger, is over let, and (iippo.'d K**^kc to Pieces, there bung nothing of her to be l'een |�*Mi�sc6o| Orangcj-Dcnr, the Warden, Wig ram, and *Uarj'� Ltatherhcad, arc alio broke to Pieces.   The �*isgi0n, Burromiowo.Jbr Antigua, lolt all her Mails, tBroieoat thaStorm at Spithead, and came Yellertiay .f^Hsrboar: As did the Wilbixh, Norris, but loll her *�d Uoufpiir.-Cainc in, the Piinccliof Allurias, m Ballali, from Cadiz ; the Amtli.i, Spelman, J^wi. for MaLga ; the Richard and Anne, Carter, W Harwich, lor Cad� ; the Succef*, Snellmg, from Lon-1!^*r^�w-England, who was on Shore on the Horfe. i *J?fa^iaChipmaii, Jro;n London, b-jre for the Flats; mm the Three Sillers, Grinda!. l>ounJ for Maryland. Ex.'t , Jn�. l). r^Fpeat iiain* for near Ux Wei-ks pail without Inter-^v* l*id the Country round about m entirely under �t^^' fo "lit tt-c licudj arc in.p.ili'bit ; fevcul of the I��soJour R:wrs a;c broke, and the Waters have carried Iri l-�*u!i " ad,'W.jk-U was .is high a3 t.'iat in 171; prodigi ous Storm of Rain, Ipirtcf thr VVim]uws o, our CathciJraJ wa� IhauciM, aU av. , r-tr-jiedi of I      10m up by ,tirl ftrveral ijjrns Liown l!ie Ivootj: : I'd Horilj l:: 1 uiv id: '.; alnuut llr Ipt, l'uhicc lui(..in'd eu i.e niui (1 1. .ma l lie V, 111-Ij: very \w theCciitH�i, 1 � il^uu Fa�aiuu:h, aw.ijjer of DioghetLi, Siller ii \ery ill aj her iiuuic in 1 f Next Week Henry Cunningham, Efy �fu*l let ens for lib Government cl Jamaica. ----- The three French Officers lately refara'd to Pant from Ruffi.1 mention, that having taken t-hc Covn of Berlin ia thrw Way, they were introduced to his Prnflun Majefty, and that the full Quettion he ask'd them, mis concerning the Haaka and Welfare of King Stsnillaus : That his .\family oslk'd of nothing rife all the Time they fUid : Yl^t he fh.-w'd then the Rir*^ on his Finger, which had King S�mt1aus's Piclnrs c-namcll'd upon it: And that hecalfd lor a GUh of Wme. and drank to that Prince's Profprrity: From whence chef draw flrangc Conclulion? at Paris, and form Hopo tbar very probably have little Foundation. "Tis confirm'd from private Letttn, that the GrsnJ Signr-ar having hcen alTurrd by the Czarina, that her Tnx-p* bxd enter'd Poland with no View ro take any Thing from that Repiibliclc, or to force her upon any Thing contrary ro the Laws and Conlliiutions, appears perfectly urei'y'd with feer Majefly's Conduit, and is not about to interfere inthcAfiain of Poland. Letters from Madrid advife, that hb Cathoffck Majefly's Palace in that City, which we meniien'd tome time ago to have been burnt down, was in Flames (or three Days and Nights, and that the Fire was fb fierce, the Wind behrg exorcdregfy high the whole time, that no Method coold be (bond out to fubdue it, rill the whole Editke was conhirard. There was nothing fav'd but the Furniture of the Chapel; and 'twas fjr-prifing to fee bow the People hazarded their Lives to bring etT a fety Relicks, whilft the rich Furniture and valuable Paituo^s in the Palace were wholly abandon'^. The Palace was  flupendous Pile, built in the tine cf Philip II. and being extremely anrjent, its Magnrrwxsce cno-filted chiefly in its Furniture. It was feated in the rnidife of the City, upon & great Eminence. Many of its' Rooms bad no Light but what came in at the Doors, and where there were Windows they wert very fmalL It had two Pavilions ra Front, and two large Courts, with fpactoos Terras-Walks, hus'd open high Arches, and adorn'd with gilt Bakoniu and Staloer, AU the great Councils of Spain ufualrjr ailembled in it. Their Catholic'k Majeilies law the ConAagratioa from t�e Buen Retiro, a Palace at the fame Diftance from Madrid as Kenfington is from London, and bore the Miaforrune with great Magnanimity. *Tis (aid, the Lots fsrSaia'd by k amounts to a Million Sterling. On Thursday lall bis Grace Charles Dike of RicJunoad. �Mailer of the Horfe to faisMajeitr, sad the Right Hon. Henry Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, Groom of the Stole to his Majefty, were, by bis Majefty's Command, I'woro of his Majefty's aioft Hon. Privy Council, and took taetr Places at the Board accordingly. On Thurfday his Majefty in Council was pleased to appoint the following Sheriffs, viz. 1 Cambridge and Huntingdon, Richard Daftao, Efqt Chelhire,        Roger Baafloa, of Cbsiraoo, E mdun-ilrid^s ttus Day, ai \~ XiicaOfj Higft ------     ,---------9----- �   - after z in the Morning, and 34 after 2 in the Atternaoo. Saturday rJa.-ut auxk was 139 3 4ths. India 14$ 5 4fh� for the Opening. South Sea Trading Stock S4 fcf the L)ym iog. Old Annuities 106 1 8th, 10; 7 8thsa6. DitaaNet* Annuiticj 106 1 half, for the Opening Three per Ccssc Annuity 95, fo* the Opening. Muboa rJaasVjcS Aincaa 20. York-Buildings 4. Royal AfTaraacecjS 1 feailr;'* Ixm&m A durance 1 z 1 4th. New Bank Ortulatkn 5L los. Pnxn. South-Sea Roads 3I. i6s. a 17a, Prtm. ajHtasiica 4I. is. Prem. Three p?r Cent, ditto zl. St. Prcm. Eegltih Cooper zl.   Welfti ditto Books tTiut   Salt Tallies 2 ; gtfc> per Coac. AT the KING'S THEATRE in the Hay be �*mt*t4 w:ibiut Ticket, vhith �iJ be cVliter'd U*r. ^ iflc bizec iu �hc Hir-Marbct, a d�" j Ouine* e�h    C-ilk.-/ )*. By Li 1  Maj I sfY'l (l�mjBu*J, No rcvljnv w .icvts 1 > be *j |>cr Oalitry i > ANTE. > b pu: i'igcificr, no r^etki. cs be .irawitj "liicii wiil te 4tii>ct'J tie: L>4j, u ths Ostum i fhi're. di iuh 4 Cutoe* c�4b.   k*ii Caiesy 4*. By HU Maji jty'j CammaaJ, HtfiV'ltfU vka'ttcr wbc aaatiiud beai^tchjefbasa, By Commartd of her Royal Highncfs tht Princtfs Cardussi By tbi Company of French Comtrliattii* AT. the New Theatre in the H4y-Marke(4 A Dsn beirft the ijth ot Jimiiry, iil tm ne�t�Mai  Co* wtlw la&rcafti. imS'4 _ ' Lc BOURGEOIS GENTILHOMME., o a. fife Cit'tztn tarred Ger.tim&i. ITtirtt* fa M o 11 t k 1. ---- ktasC JrariBB tk*0:a.-c �'r. I Ml Ant Cleoottt, Mnr.lt Saj�t laeu CcnctSr. MMWrwl; D^rsve. Mr. te �i/r, Pja. tsM'%infioa- : waisrr. Mr.Pirtwifj*. anrfatac j*it�ua Mrs. D.-ffeff.ts > Iiki)i�, >us> tvmytt; Ncinc. Mrs. te Sa�c, )�a. Ogtimec*. Milt Miai \ aua J tbceilktr f  fotb* be�t adfouae. | W�b is* Gmmoff ot' Kctaptiv.n after tbeTurk'da Maniier. Wuh propsr Ectrrtairirrtents of Dancing* Kscc* for ttc aoscsimr te tskcu at Mr. Friboort's, Merchaet of Kjf?tt-1i*M. tt tbct*i4 lisesrre. rrrt^H tp re aiotnee irto the artts withnat Tkhass, which tv iV te et'.iftT* at t^eSsi of ib� Theatre at     e*U>. tit |t. Oat. as. No ftttM n> b.- aeoriKte- t*bm4 iheScean, nor any Moray to b� fseura'e afeer Osc CWtiin wera�e ep. �_ft *y� M Six .'CW. At tbc Black Horfe upon tbt Pavement in Smittyield, Alarge black  E LE PH ANT, bcoughc we pf Opr. Shef pari ftom Btu coo!es� i�tti� ship Lttbk*tlie� w> bat "f* \\it% lJftfw. HE Gendenien educated at H^row-iSchfJoIt are tfefi 'J ea �sct( �; the      t ticae Tarem in iket*(trc(t, on vr d, aa| -Kr.SfwtktogV,. E^okk^r, at thi Sen, eest the loret-Teatphf Oate is Ktct Mrm.______,__... ALL Perfons who have any Demands upon " the isleie ot Ste�eea Wheakar. late ot OiJonf-rW, krkk-�nUr. oreeas'e; reeefir^i to leareoa Aceoaat thereof .with HeWtrt " UseVcwt. #SG?mqf � tesr. at bis tlaere sa Orofniiarttrtet 1 turf ail irian i-*tb-�-J so tbe Ettaie mf ifst Uii la f*j t>� f�ac either to his RtectUort Mr. WiDitm aarlow* 19 r>e �*i       tsAee*. � th' cf AoftcV-fttect near GiutVewr-frnare, or . wlvi it otcpowcr'd by the fai* laefator* ro L*fcer�J4e the* ail befcrdL This is to gave iVo/ift�, THAT anyPeiibnor Perfons that are wil-lug to fane th; Warkhoaie ca SafrVoa H{sr �iih prostficet far ifae cencee Tear. t&*t tbey 4ti>*rr in rhcrr ftopofals to the )k!i(trcftof rac awl WotfciK-Bse, fcaiv op,  ot ferca lotbei hgh without Stp*%. VciOotiJ. by Ttade a sin-emsker* bom at Cambridge, of a QdkCumptuar. U.ch la>l Eyes are beihy bfaeh Hs*r. iseor/ &*>!cf. of aiajearit eViCompaaf, fire Root nine Intatt sai :h*te (gvfcricrsfeigb �ricbo�r SHau, 31 Yeai* oltf, e HOthaoeman. aor� *ear t*�Mxfe �a Bcridhirr. �f a ireih curnplcsieo, ronaihaasV tm� F esr. ai Cmf. Oallre"* Carspmy, fie� Font aiae IntaM 1 bi� sb-c\ axTetria^. b. rr�*ei.u�str. b>minOsforalalre. Ir-lr(te tiirHjf^, pxleifan F*rc. xai  �yi from the i>sle tarred*, tlnj tbi i bepar^eV i u pet. ehoeter leturcs ihesn and baa* *�Jut)t O^tty at ebiaados. ci Msyo.rdOieiii^ fcloviillaih-hmm pineear sa�-iaMre.a>�It6aT� rv.o fuineJi Reward for cKlV one aed atui-cbar isatkrsr'4 by - fl of PailMrncat, ;_       :     Maynard Guerin. " Se^aVy, January c, 1732." DESERTED from die Hon. Col. Cope'i lipen-ii at tv�t. sna (imra his own Cosaaaoy, ChsrlteCao* air, )a r�� or Ale. ) Feci soiosbcs hi^b. by Trace a WearerJ ls--eiy rsittsetf. boea i� B�au>ircc, u car* a � hue Wif, has  pale lOqiia fse:, Brce*- aswlt 1 he vrwe o5 i* e ue* roJ txtiil fiuik, wttft whtie voel ae;^*i. HtUnt* aMa at tae tecae T�a-.e *aJ frcsn  e Reftttaeoi, aei fioas Masir fvarfcS Ocrnpeoy. toward Waid, it Yeuis of Are, 5 Fen 9 Uthc* bi(b. br Trade a Wuaftf, lately inlillcd, bam ia Kjewkh. h*> blaca Qtorr Hear, fomcwbai ptftcd-olth the Small roa 1 bewcot osTie aae^ obiiecolnor'd Cut. Waseter xpprdic^* (be Cii4 tJefcriert, �oa feceres ihcsa (0 any twA �# Cue* Nj-ioe rheraot to Hcatf fofpU, tQf, ia WhirchelL oe ta the tcrwjr j ^ QtSeer of the (aid kcg T*.'tuster� �*>*�� ufuhjea tu pay �> tfwCOT ACT, to pem�  aun vbicsfistr as preleat tobour ; iru  Petiiioo hatiag tcca prep**'-". *.-d 3eii at �be lordou tWli-bacfc; on tuaiiie-hjll, �urefui Scalers b*tc Gt:i'J; bos in legaid ihn maoy lira a( giesc' t^i�i�: itjrm tkcau. it he, teen >hAt*Ut proper to fct'a lreti� cvk*. f^v tv �Bv?ic ead C��csicaC6 U Pcifoos e&giicr'd, ac fa� fat* ^a�a r.�*�. �tr- at ie l^sBbjg ajsjijusit^jsaa-, sxi3b�TTIatefc'�(e. <;:s-Je*ry j Brir ia C~4cetMdc ia ffflfli-aie : Crj-abr vi ;aCxUr� wiihi* bt&y..w. t , r > j�a Reu;Uvt:j�c:e. OypS��ic , .  �:. ea-VU;*, AiSc.l(f�r; c 10: y_jiii-� j.. >�ai;^� a�tci ; Oii �vE. VHui i- ir. Jaii'r.V �( sc o l.riiJ-: s'.w, M^.b'-ru ; l-^;4^fti�t4C*'!�.� �i J�u.>.e-t.*i ; e-  t-- l~i-4- - -.Vj-Mwft ^ .* xrfii 1 \ . s e.'f*        bri Joltulicl. 1: *i �xhiof, i-.all Probabilltf, ta. itjJ^ ^ tj^iir (U cfcfnielaafMiabetiLa Back�*ia�ls �f ibe r�*J>-*�i4�.*c# vUctuiit* Soipoft ta a^plr 10 the Farlieouia �i.!i  L;n**nf � Ti" &r=s( Nasaarr* iaiCteflcii nsiae ttw Cf*>r/e trst.f � r";fn uUms? ooatore (saeOnettil'tcf, srHkn s* ail that tot m^i u doaiMte; �> rttj^ir'd, � h>di 1.10 be pud at fitbitribfaf t aai    fcUt arc dVlVd tu 1m 
                            

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