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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 22, 1834, London, Middlesex                                WEDNESDAY, J a ku a *t 22.  1734* UUfgf rw..--��.-......      -'--- Peierflmrgh,  Detfemkr 24. ....-Y the ttft Advice* this Coert hasletei- vrd fitnn Periia, they MrnfimiiM that Tachsaach Koolkan has ewirtly defeat* ed Strrgat Chan, Mid has takes the Tcnvn where lie rirntkd, call'd Cafica-aacki} and the Pcrfiaa* are now aAaaily befitgiog the Tom of Jenga, wfeknhint tar fromTcflb i lo that probably tbey will be (ban Malien of lieorrtk._ -ffiffM ^r^TBelferoafR arjrd br theStbm we U�WMteeUaj fcft, ate very great in thefeProvincest M^'d that AmfeHlan witl fcffer the Loft of two tafja)jicf Fkvtaaby the Ship alone which woe caft away in feleatt A Yacht n gone to Moerdyk to receive the Mair-aJ&GiUrs, the sew Ambafiador from the Crown of ; tip h txprfled here on Thgrgay or Friday aett. TfcrfWtepiiring as (aft a* poflSbk the Spani&Y Hotel where kttttbdfe. wnich was vety much damaged by theJate S5ftf4T�* ao- Wtai N* w' Tbc ootward^teuod AwaMMfinjt to �uL Came down, Strangealie, Strangways, Elgu. Arriv'd, Speaker, Flower, ftom GaioUoiu k we" hear that the Parliament will Tomorrow adjourn to ftStfwxL.' Slk &sd &3t "his Excellency Mr. Walpole coald not complete BQoafercnccs at the Hague till the Arrival of the new Am-HUor Irom the Court of Spain;' he waa expetTed there as v#aa ReJoktkaB o' the King of France, with relation to the fetal Dake de Noailles, has taken a new Turn� and we ejtsaVd by the lall Advices, that his Majefty lusapMtmtcd iatOeMat and Marflial Broglio to command next Ciwpain iaftafy, and Marftal Coigny and the Count de leUifie on the lUar. Martha i tl" Atfcidt is (aid to be laid afide.' ,$oB*Lcrter� Irom Italy mention, that though Cbdttt Konig-|at a gone to Vienna, ae lecnis to have kit his Spirit and I mottof vUb Count Wallts, that General appearing in all : IbuVfe thai MarThii Brogjjo, who has at prefers: the fole CaaaW of tbc allied Array, and isrcturrVd from Guaftalla Cmasna, has been obiig'd to rencamp Part of his Troops ssfttwat a Surprise. . akaJaybdog the Erth-Day of hb Royal tCglmels the Imotof Wales, her Majefty eppesi'd in the Drawtng^Room, BaVrtshndmg her Indifpofitioa with toe Gout in bcrifoot, Idarvferefd iritber in a Crair. fit Right Hon. the Earl of Jerfey, one of the Lords of dbBed-CJtunber to his Royal Highness, gave & grand Enicr-BsaMa*, at 1m HodemGWvemsr-fUter, ro thcvGmces the Nta of Rkhoxnd, Newcaftle and Portland, Sir Robert Wdjpotr, the Emu of Scarborough and Pembroke, all ti* fatopMiiinknol the Southern t'rovinsce, and feveral other Mail of DifiitiaHHi ---T_-----------Right Ho tdfar, the Lord frefidenc of the Council, their Graces the Wteof Giafton Lad Clamberlain to hb Majefiy, and the Me of Montagu, the Earl of Grantham Lord Chamberlain Otk^oeen, tbc Lard Harrington, Lord Hardwicke, Arthur (Wo#, E:q; Speaker of tEeHou&of Commons, the Foreign HauUrs of toe Northern Province, and (evcral other Perlons i^a^jnd Diliinaion. . TaeRfght Hon. the Earl of Cholmoodelcy, Mailer of the Hmtnhb Royal Highoe6, and tbe Ijord North and Guild-gave fikewife Erirertainincnts at their refpeclive Hou�e$, % At great Officers of the Prince's Houfhokt, and a great fcoiberof Penbuot Qujiuy. ' Aadthe Honi Mils V �ne gave the fame Day a fplendid En-Muanent to upwards of twenty Ladies of Quality, at her JtRfcm Grofvenor-Jireer, which was rbllow'd by a nnc Cqn-nof Mafick, and afterwards in elegant Supper. '^flSRiBDtUency the Count de A^ontije, the Spanift Amba(Ta-�l^wBl have another AUcmbty thi> Day Fortnight at Powis- . Veftrtday there was a Hearing before the Right Hon. the ' Md Cnujctllof upon a Petition tor a CommiiEon of Lunacy ^nation to a ccruin noble Earl i burhis LonUhip appsaring �Cant in all Appearance of Health and U>uderIUndtng, the lad CktaceHiYd&pProv'd the Petition. TbcHaoavci Mcrchaitt, Capt. Coghill, fiom Cadiz, bound I #tria�d, was labiy toft on the Caul oi that Kingdom. jTh* hte Storms, which have done fo mucli Mifchjcf in �erPant, have piov'd very much to the Ad vantage of the Woof VV)ft�.ch in the Iue erf Ely ; the Bank* there-bouts �"�gailftood 6rm, the River is deepen'd by the Frcihes to �*t I> Foot Water, fo that Ships come up to the Town, *jdl*ul lave tiic Charge of Lighterage, and be of gtc�t �A to the Trade and Merchandize ui that Port. rft> Tfeuiiaav Liil a Fire happeu'J at Tolworth-Court, a fcrabSe Farm in Surry, about two Mile, dillem from Mifo* OS the Rood to Epfotn  it was difcover'd at tbe End �tlirn, wbich it canfum'd, with feveral other Out-houies, yfa �f Corn, Hay. th:cc Horfes, two Calves, and about 9 Ltmbs. It is oot known how it began. lj* Monday Morning early (bene Rogues btoke into the *V*1 Mr. Henley, a Holier within Newgate, and carried *5fS|Dckings iu a conildcrabL- Value. jTie Repwt of an intended Mairugc between Sir Harry WManU Mif� Qclme, is groundlcfj. This Evening will be perform'd, ^ the Thiatre Kuval in Covent - Garden, �tOraa* ot A RIO DANTE. ^Attat French 'I lituu in the Hay-Market, .'JON Le All>ANTiROPE, &c. S-*1 FOR LOV L, with a new Entertainment call'd The __ -      B  A  N  K  R . 1*JWGrtgcr/, oi Cadic-alL-y ^JrewPf.yf^kr. of Aualeyvflreet, near GioiVeror (qnare, j^Caaaty ot .Vinlulffca, Cirpittter jnd Chapman. Tttiipg, of Mdl-b.-rk, vVcitmuukr, Haberdaucr ol and Dealer in Cyder, of King arm. in jhe ^'-j-flm rrir Wjfl U  P  T S. London, Broker and Clap High Wntw it Lortdon-Biidgt �hb Day, at xz Miootr* after 8 in the Kforrting, and at 9 at N^hc _ Yefterday iBank Stock was 138 1 half; a 5 4�Hs. Iadia 143, a t half, without the Dwidrod. Soatn-Sca Trading Stock 8i 5 4th,� ^ ^e Opening. Old Aoeeroeino; 1 8th, a i 4th. Ditto New Ahnuktej toj 3 4ths, a 6, for the Opening. Three per Cent. Aaauiry 94 t. half, for the Opening. Million Bank 108. African to. York Buildmgs 4. "Royal ArTurarxe 08. Loadoa ASrflwee it t 8th. New Bank Circulatioa 5L tot, Prero. South-Sea Bands 3I. ui Pretn. India ditto 31. t $s: Prem. Three pet Cent: diuo al. Prem. Englilh.Copper jl. WeUk ditto Books Quit. SaltTalltet t rftatf r^Ceat.Prem. York-Buildings-Houtc, Jan, 21, 173A-'T'HE Gove&or and Court cf AJJiftantt of * tit Tirk-BuiUiifttCm&ig A btrtfytk* S�kt, ?h*ta GntraiCmt �/ it* fitid Qe*&9 T" b b*li *t tbir Hau/t in fttixbt/lerjlmtt � m Wtdmfi*} tttt *or� UI. *t .EU Bf t>h MajbstV'1 Commaud, NO Ptrtnns wh�tc�er 10 bfc �hwrted trbwd tht Scenta, By His MAJESTT's Command. AT the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, this Day, being tbe 23d at' January, will bvt ptifora'a the new Opera, call'd A  R  IO DA NT  E. fit ana Rpies ro be pot tofeifagr, and 09 Putm to be tdmrrerd wi'rhoat Tickets, which will M etlfcffM this Daf, � tU Oifiet 10 Crtvent Gsrdea Thci're, at Half a Otdacacath. Eirtt GaUcrf *t-Upper Oallery as. �.' j.ipu��jr,      r*.- iKifci.w a C>r *t!'IM ON Lc MLSANTROPE: o a,    H a r l e o^u f n is Innocent cf Tbift. �ittv (Beul'o^tiuluKu^.  To whidi   silt  be  Liictia'J. U  FEINTE   VERIIABLE: o a,  h loilaac at Si. tMibcrtm'* bf iba lower, reteral Families ire redue'd tu die iKtBoU Puaaxr . A�r �cj-diij>oa PsrCuw indm'd to ielieve their pecfeat treat OiUccfc, their Ch>r.ty ta the Rc�. Mr. Roll Ujr, McUMgL. _ ThuBoia St. Kiihenne^or William Young, �*], luKie(� Coorr, mat Sobu-Mukre, who �iU ttifttibota tbc lame iad>|B|ly aaaoaft tbt poorer ft, t of Sufterert by the faid Pitc. QU' wfur'd a* to ibcjr Qjodt o� Ha�fe*. Tbit is to give Nottce, TH AT the Truftees^appointed for repairing the Hoad from Sc. Gilca'a Poaad tu Kitboara Ottd^c, tut arc 1^ meet at ths Mouot Cufiea hoofc iir croTreoor Uicct, Toaauiruw. tie 2}d isilanr, at alarca o'clock ia itw Foccnauo prcsucii, u� ipxui Aif**f%. _.__ rHE Aflignees of the Eftate and EfictSU of l(a�c te.it. 'ate of Ingrim-ewm in ireLChorib-ttrccr,; l*.o^jo, Mcichaoi (a Uaukropr) deC'e tba Otcdkora ol  �cr Three Tun Tateto iu Oruecto.di ttreer, to of, and cnnfciit to the (aid Affiance* CDawMacm^. a $mr. oi Su.:. .. fqui'T, t�r the Rccoicry ot p ii other fuaciat Ajjjr�. _v, OST on Thurlday the 16th Inlbnt, a L' m_, plaiD Gold. Watcb. the Namt Lu�cr, with a f-urytc MbM**. v Ihir*. fci'tj; a . ki; D-H5 of theroiMtni) Kitpf. hit Lctc Sur ti.o colour, a ' � r c>Ut Spoc rcood hi� Uti Bye. a fmatl Lrvar colour �p..� uu iu, r^�'**J. and a Ltrercolwir Spot on the (ctliag on of hit T>d Wr**,cr ��it bfirg him to John Ocan, Eft); it Wurisle? Bury in Hcrtf rdthiif. or o k:r.llich*rd Parawi. Upholiicr, at ihc M�i of the Bali acu |�t..r-Uot tai ia HolVtm. th�ll hava r�>;� Qui   >v.aotci apoo a prachj'd h(t�ie,  ' u 4|oc'ti->niU: T\: e.  c* Liropool, at fo 'em. �h*h may tic l^r aay Iuac czttfit, (n c esccctiiug t**ca Ye in) ihc tuu en 10 (� par^tua.i� faij ht\Lyc.tift cje' er  ll h- : ? V rc:- fon Uxln'a to u I't.c* >h$ Sum, (kill i�awi vti 'rrucj �t\ ^, IcocJi,.,.' l.: leatiog Diic&uca* (or a. B.     Mr. AppLb e"�, rnuti, lo 1 li corf. Ftrct (Iceet._     _   _ ___ for    B  A  T  H; A Good Coach and fix able Horfls will fct oat *" T. u>'no�, tr rra�a| it' n.aair'J, Ir iu  u.-. tear tu rHuad.i)y, by STCPT at ^^r. Hunter^ GoUlfmithv in tomftMd~8re�  cmeatbe ttrot. ant; hare R agafe, p�yl�>� the Chaife,.   !T Tbis is lr g&e Notitt, f H AT Mr. Lc Cierc, who is lately arrivM - . fcwtMUftht awt with h;m rrcath rvara, �*UM rmr dc boo CI re�^. bt g crcrllenr 0: tbtit tcet. If an* Body fr. firas aa have aar, ht wftl let them hawrtina at mPoeablv Kates. Ha toaf betpocx�iirias m�. eapjr.Vat tb�thirteenCaauxts, SWto. Tbtre isiaieiy arriv'd from U\gb Germany, A Very tine Parcelof Canary Birds, ftout, fa"^!*.-1^*** ?'SLamfei> .*�^htowfutCaUora. as �**\(, Mantes Cray*, and Whhrs. and #>>  NwW at by fettr EaMet, aad J .�' --aS�r A'.iiV ^ /iV CAN D LE, A T the Marine Cofiechoufe in Birchin^Unc, Tbe i lira ftock t * Hrttr, *c�ax*3. L^�mit�|h�llooey Senkt Cloth. S-rtp'd" l*i�it�ct. Border��CaaaHtkaa, M��i* M�ad-lecVe*. ftiKvd tinaea*. I rinted xttidkarthMas Cane Cyder, and a Ts'ckt* ritt �"-e Tiaw ot Sale, at tbt Old Sow1r-**a4*�lt ia Broad atettj a�statt tbt tb��b. Op ^e fair of Stairs, . Edtcard miliums, Broker. fi?      LET T, Fxrmfifd or Unfurni;b*d% ( But not for left than /even Tears) or So!dt being Freehold* exceeding wcit built Houfc in Albemarle- firecr. ike Corwr of Stafford llreel, in* left Hand Sidv of the Way. e ot * haoJ&ue Hall, Urfs Sfaireifr, Pnlotie. Draw* att^ou*. UreAogro �, Clofot anJ back Main. On tha �( Hast*; aesK.Chain, Ha>�iags. wtavtrtiiTtatm, Sec. aoUs Pi� aoUCh_i(o* ary-ghfiet. Sconces, �od all other nlerol Kuniitme. E^ire.t �hc (aid Hooiv. or of Mr Cock, in the Oreat I'iliio, voyeac-|;��d���_ _ ...     - , �  � ,, ...,      :,,    .:   '�'   ,�   ' To be Sold a grett Pennywort)), Situate at Coal-Harbour^ the vp^rpart of . BlaikwalU    ~ T HE Remainder of a Leafe about Ten Years �o come r>( a U�je Shipwri^l.t'.-Tard, wkb two dry Ouths, a f -tsd B�Wc Hoofc ar.J hr je ujreca a �>oaac. and three haaU ror, enquire at ths laid Hjuftf, or at Mr H�i'�. af h' ��.-*� a a .^i (mm i*i the toultiy.______ lo   be  S O LiV A Very good Macliine Chariot, very little the wirUtor "cif.bel oRarg loaCiiailcmao; LikawiJaanet* Cha-rial ncan2y carv'J atd pautiCi, 10 be lio'd with what flull be tit/cod c�\ hi tl-rTuwaorC ju.-u. BEING exceeding fine and ripe, of * good B 4y a>r, ig'jnt.: Lifchir*!- a�d p!�ai.m f-la'our, aiWd Uf .oi U11 Ju^a.-t p< t '�. **3 liew-iailiioo'd fanerot, Va:d-1    i > 0. ^1. noti ^uIloi foot lo f<�ir Yar d fi a Lat �!ie. �i o aunt cti.tri �lro>it (qaate, �ciy i�j V^^Haem*. &*  �i(i. cestui v4 Ue  uudC aod (Ud, ail ot' Upaosaferr reaf �ataj Hatea. l.T� w*, . /�   

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