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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 24, 1834, London, Middlesex                                *� ft a*af r'tf: i** 2 taw *y The Daily Advertifer. FR I DA Y, J an u a r y 24,   1734. Deal, January 22. IS Majefly'a Ship die Rye fiuPd for tbe Note. The five Erf-India Ship* and tie outward bound ja uylaftail] itmain. Arm'd, Sa&nnah, Godfrey, 1 fan Jamaica ; the Cadiz Frigate, Jaddbn, and the St. Antonio, Sinnet, both from Cadiz r the St. Cecilia, CoareH, 60m lifbon.   Wind Sooth fcyE**. I. O N DO N. JMkrhf Itorajag an Express arrhr'd at Whitehall from JMnd, with ltfpatcfacsof great Isnporance from, his Excel-Jbvylfr-Wahjaole, his Afajefiy's Ambafiador extraordinary ajileSMteCksnaL"' 17   ~ " = ___o* Clock luf IfajeSy went to the Houfe of Peers, MBaMbv hb Grace the Dakc of Richmond, Mafter of the Hto^zad lne Grace the Duke of Maochefler, one of the liaW the Bed-Chaaber is waiting, and being in his Royal �da fg*�i op the Throne with the afual Solemnity, Sir ffjif British. Gentleman Uiner of the Black RoaV was lent UftlaeftaK froaa hit Majefly to the Houfe of Commons, MBBaadiaf their Attendance in the Honfe of Pern.; and the '�MM� atseg oaaae thither accordrngh/, his Majefty was Ibnaitoamoreof their Choice of a Speaker, and made a %g incian Speech from the Throne to bath Hade*. ^Im the Day the Right Hon. the fioufcof Lord* wOl wait felfaKslyatSt Jaines's saith their Adored"Thanks. - ai^Tc�nc o&uon far Peace, that the Plan for com* �ariat �" fEnc**lNegodauon>2l be soon prefcnted to top teal ranks, so order fin- opening a Cbngrefc. ^Tfcatat, Uucincafcthefc Negotiations have not the defir'd 'USA, Gim Britain and Hoflan* will tike part in the War. \ ^TnaCw'd, there k the mot cordial Harmony and* Confi-|nBMyUJi%berncenhisMajcfly and their HigkMightuwflet ��nR*-GeoeraL   . - ' _v_ . "    \^ +'^|fcl�ax^1l*niE'Nomhelr' of Seamen will fie cmploy'd the "M Year as �e� the laff. �lia) ProvitlonwiUbemade for an Augmentation to the If^Plear, that the Maine**, rrfiding at Warfaw on the "Great Britain, Rafta. Pruffia, and the States-General, u intercede      King Auguflut, in Favour of a of Poland and Ii;nnania 1 ana 'tis (aid,-that is iacUnd to indulge them in the fame Privileges !d before chelate nnhappy At^ur of Thorn. ij& Canons, ?nd other Neighbours of Lombardy, abrsVd at the DifteratKT which ragerthrre,- that they aXhJnagthe tame Mea��: 24 in Pdlilrntiil Cairs. *j OJfrLwmfsam Holland jj�kwi:i� great Concern of the jMhnalatrJy axcoittai by tfce Pruiiians upon the Dutch MsjsiaajrVastfa.  and apprehend very tataT Conferences mm the MiindtrSandLas occaCon'd thereby between the fcna Cintjil and tiic King of ProiSa. The AffJr was very. �Kftsole:- il Soldier of the Ganifim of Vcnlo had stihsiiryfcagglcd co> Pid>!ick-Houfe in a Village three JfeLiWIit: the Town, upon the Territories of bis Pruflian nhjljr, and falling into Company with a~Pruffian Soldier, *kyg� Drank together very lovingly.  When the Landlord MB�|�doausd ha Reckoning, the Dutchman had no. Money ,*(|eyiaV Cb� ; wbciccpon the Haft fccur'd him, and gave 10 rhe Offiom at Venlo, that if they had a Mind to hian again, they muft tend Money to difchargc the j ;whkh ihry did accordingly, and with it a Serjeant aCspnin at Arms. Thde-Gemlemen being come to the and finimg the Prnflian Soldier Bill there, drank feveral nr�n laar^ and �t h^ to return, ppon treating him, -and would not permit him to part of the Rcckoniog.  Wbillt ihefc Civilities were tsro PndEan Officers happenV) to come in, and heard the Compliments titat had pafrd, they ini-f chargM the D-jtctusen with a Defign to inveigle SoU*r, and a'tcr *fim Words proceeded to Blows; -arn had the Advantage, to that tlx Pru^ins were �yimcall in the Peace Officers, who teiz'd their Antago-^t, mi cooTcr'd them to Wczrl, where the Dutch Seijrant Pi* i>app*d Co terady with (he Stirrup Leather, tbat he died *Hpnr alter rjbe Operatiae : The Captain was tried for a lfet� entice away the Pruffisn Soldier, and being condem-'nns exffated the near Day in his Regimental*.   Wlic-gjh> was parallel to, or done by way oi KeprilaU for the JPjnrnf Macgrdb, is nat meniioo'd. Acconnb from Italy tsv. that the Spanift Army de-fin Lombardy Las haked in their March, bat for what J>is wit. nxcuaod. &ihcam from Berlin mention, that the Secretary of the jj^gCbmmiz&ry at the Cvuiai's Court, was gone thiough ''�PMBsttin L� way to Paris, wiih Dispatches oi great Im-.phsjoa.   They add. that a Courier from tbs Court of gjoyind coiVd tLere about a ^'ortnight b^iCre, g ii;>j> to Erg. ibajgd -uxtb Diffatchft LiiiLtJe of grtat Importance, itr* at Credit toe Mr. L'Etac�, to the aw sunt of litres. of M t ft Mr. Robert Henfttsw, Attorney at Law^ is in good Health at his Hoofe in Sakert-Hall-Yard. *      i Om Stmta) Mtxf, in ibt A/ttrDMH, tbt Rt ar - La � �, The TENDER HUSBAND, with the Plot. At the Thiatre RoifAi. in CovtHT-GaRnaK, OTHELLO, with the RA>t of PftostnHwi. At the New THiATtt in GoodmahVFiitos^ The MISTAKE, with anew EntertainmentauTd JoriTia and to, and Mttbtr SUftuft Wfi. J High Water at LondonrBridg* this Dsy. m i Miaous after 11 in the Mornjng, and at 38 after 11 at Njght.   w --  -". .' 111 1 r''''    '," ,''   "y    VI)       '  n'i' i.'' r .' * ..�     \ . Ycfterday Bank Stock was 138 1 ath, a 1 hal� Indm 143 t half, without the Dividend. South Set Trading Stock 82 1 half, a 1 4tbs. for the Optning. Old Anankiaa 105. Ditto New Annuities 103 5 gths,  7 8ths, a 3 aths, a 7 8th^ without the Dividend. Three pot Cent. Anntnty 94 � halt for the Opening. Millioo Blnk 108. Africaa *o. York-Buildings 4. Royal AOuraace 96, wkhoat the' DWAwL Londbn Aflurance 1 a 1 8th. New Bank Ch^matkn 5L IPs. Pmn. South-Sea Bonds 31.91, Prera. ladis dido jl. 16s. Prem: Three per Cent, ditto zL Prem. Englifh Coffer zL WeUh ditto Books fhut Salt Tallia si ^half per Cm. Prem. '-v-v^'- Eaft-India-Houfc, 23 Jan. 1734* rVHE Court ofDirttlori of tbt United Company of Mtrcbantt. tf Etghuut trading ft tbt Eaft-Iniittt imtrnt-iagte trtQa iargt Pitt ofBuiliingifor Warthmp t* Ttmhutk-ftrttt, Jo btrtby gh� Nttia l� fktbWtrkmt* m* ft�mlla&t* undcrtaU lb* Jamt, that tbt PUn, mnd Defeat tftbtJhidBuU-tmtttbt Particulart tf tbt ftwttd With to be ftrftrmJ, may it fa* mt tbtir ZimtatitOffict mfrii*f tbt 3ift Injlant -,-pmitlmt a CommutenviUJit attbt'.Bttth H�*fe mTburfa'ay tbt 20tb if February, at 16 o'Cktk It tbt Forenoon, tt open Bttb Prtfefatt ai JbaO bt kdgd vntb tbt Secretary en or bifirt tbat timt. Mine-Officc� Winchefter-Streel, December 13, 1734. TH *S is *� &Ve a Cemral Court of the'Gowrmr ana* Cmpattf of tbt Mint diwntmrtn of England, (bting one of the Annual'General Courtt frtfirWd by the Ail ofParliament ttncerniug tbt Affairs of tbt faid Comfany) it appointed to bftefd at tiit Offict at Friday tbt X+tb Day of January next, at f-toetve at tkon prtdjily : That a Dividend it to bteenfider'd of at tbe Jaid Court: And tbat tbt^rantfer-Booh nmll bt/hut from and after Tburfday tbt tqtb Inftant, and opened again onjriday tbe x\ft Day of January fd-taming. AT the KING'S THEATRE  u> the Hat.Market, Tomorrow, beirg the-ajth of Januatv. will be perforai'd aa OpbiU, wll'd -    ' A   R  T  A  X  E  R  S  E  S. Pir and Boies to be put ingciher, and no Perfooi 10 be adnitrad without Tickeis, which will he  �hw 'hywiy wsjt rieT�, �5m*}m Uw, aa At the particular Defire of feveral Perlbns of Quality," By tbe Company of French Comedians* AT the New Theatre in the Hay-Market, *~   thia Day, bciog the 34th of January, will ha prtfcoted a Co- ^/i'RL E QJJ IN   11 R ES I AS: -0 a, Tbe Lovers Metamorpbojis. To which will tm added, Les AMANS  RE-UNIES: ob, Harlequin in Love without knowing it. /n TAri� *^�. ^ Bntertainmtntt of Dancing. Books of tbe Argument of Tiiefias may be had gratis at Mr. Fribourg's. Place* for the Bosea may be ukco at tdt. Friboorg'*, sacrchaac of Kappcc-Scurf, a� the laid lhe�tr�. No Peifooi to be admit led into tbe Boiei without Tkkeri, whWi wiH be lieliver'd at the u*r ol the Theatre ac j�. eacb. Pic 3a, Oal. a�. No Perluti to be �droi beinud tbaikenca, not any aiouay Co be rciuro'J attr (he Curui.i i> drawi. ul>. To brgin at Six iClock, And on Monday next will be reviv'd a Comedy, taJtd Aikquin Einptreur dans la Lone. ' ^TOPT at the Five Rofcs on Salfron-Hill, O a Silver watch with a Siltcr Cbaiu. Wtocvcr canea and pi on* it their Kifbt, with payirg ihs Chsitei, may bare u aaaw. OSTxm Thurfday the i6tb laftan^ i Pf��OoM Wasae Laax*.�ka a ravfls iMan. v>dm Gait fni trmkm Gawtaf *���. �aa�awttas Mm tHfrf wattk aniwiilhrM k "-^ f-flKlwti^ia? OnH have to BC pawaM bateite ' H.n. Ifaocbtwa tbe auqpertam* a�ft'4. ^ '4 �a tie cat. as* �� the fide, mtmhmi LOST 00 Monday the 20th fnilanr, a Pink. *&a*1KinftKrfeJ'aa&4 &T?J?J":f2t2* �niaa,iSiia*jai Inad ia^in^llfcet. aartt-WHajin^'O^*1 a^---a*-.. m~~~*- �� OUPPOS'DcDbeloft bt^womCbTent-GaraVri which wwnrorw. sttmdGvU.   a. S^wifcaawrnn. or tu MaiwT*aae�arteaXmi. fafc*l>e�4aMCt, aVatthansTwa Cuioats Reward, wa^--*------ t\ aoffeeavisc l> �araSaa*iaafii Treda jm Che Cfey of lemicm 1 if he be wcUrrr mm^U** hi, WemmU *& Mat |4 k (b�7Ycan,shcM�anr wiC wiaaw ariflaafaCaaa^straraMwioa biaw matmtwmf ate. raofcy. xhiafl malar, at the Haalaal ftaia SaUtbary Coon. a^ccxScrecr. . A Pcriba of good Character, chat can be well #A waBMawlna, mvnmmbnm wum},*nmmh 1mm aadOaaah in by awfCracaj awiie. T�J�r. at a Toff-k-�att,�fawabc ffMrf-rraucc, Maar> Hb**\ o**t Ot'Otia firWh- William Beoadstock, SUnmnker, At tbtGJdtm Cock arafm $0mammimmmt j*. Bitardt mna MSmka, THAT all Larlks may be feiVd by turn as wcfl'a�ia a*�-Kkaaw%TJaac, h� basiif mt a>�saeajpsjnjbff tMibar aa>.Kua�a^cafccaL ......~ 1, be LE ff, Oppofite B!*ckmeU-Hmtt-GnU, THE BlackweU-HaU Colfe-Houie in BaffiTg.f HaU-acccec. laajaarc as dhc Nsadc. r*� aV And cnter*d In Hand-Court _ Si> A Very good Hou wtda t�� Lmz� drf Was breadth. a^t**^ aaJCcaao, BtatgM. Chaa� aataahaac. whou a** hill, ladrrsiiiaaraw^fcafca a�   

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