Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

London Daily Advertiser Newspaper Archive: January 27, 1734 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: London Daily Advertiser

Location: London, Middlesex

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 27, 1834, London, Middlesex                                MONDAY,  J a k u a r v 27,   17J4. Hague,  February 1 * HE States of Holland feparatcd on 1 nJay 1*1, and arc 10 meet again Tomorrow St'nmght.  The Matquef; dc St. Ciillcs dclivcr'd Ycllerday his Crc. dcntiil's as Amhafiador from the King of .Spun to the States-General, and no-tifj'd this Morning his Arrival to all the pubiiclc Minillm whofc Mailers are in Amity with Spam.    We have this Morning had an Account from Breda, tkUXfctfArrocx, l>rrifiard v\ thst I'litcc, "Was dead; which BMioviricct is in the Dirpoial'of the Prince ot Orange. Deal. Jan. 25.  Wind N. W.   No Ship in the Downs. L  O  N   DON. YrfjrtJij the Rev. Dr. Greenwood prcach'd be fere their M�jeS*�� the Prince of Wales and the PrtncciTct, in the Royal Cfeapcl at St. James's ; the Right Hon. the Lord Onflow cat-riritbfS*ordo! State. TbeCMrt goes out of Mourning on her Majtfly's Birth-Day. Ob Monday lad the Prince of Orange left the Hague to go fit Amft*rdam, in order to embark in the Evening for Frief- BANKRUPTS. ZiLmi the Wind being favourable all Night, it Id foppofaL ^ xnJtr *%iA. 'MHUMrfi landed there the next Morning.   His Highnels                      B* Command of thcu nQrffide in Friefland about three Weeks during the Meeting--,________-�- BLl �jB trade in Friefland about three Weeks during the Meeting *ftheStates of that Province. Her Royal Highncfs the I'rin-oiRoyal was blooded laU Week by way of Precaution. We hear that a confiderable Corps of. Men will be drawn |om the Regiments on the Irifh Ellabiilhment, and torm'd into �jdepcndint Companies of too Men each. ItePrinccfs Sobkfki, Wife to the Pretender, wasfodange-nofly ill when the lall Port fet out from Rome, that flic hud KtcivM the Bcnediclion in Articulo Mortis. On Saturday they finifli'd (wearing the Honourable Members of tht Houfe or Commons, and tJiisi)ay they will fet for the Difpatch of Bufinefs. lall Friday Night died of a Fever, the Lady Jane Camp-Id, tocrta Daughter to bis Grace the Duke of Argyll and Greenwich. - Lady Caroline, his Grace's eldeft Daughter, who has been fcdingaoufly ill tliat her Life was defpair'd of, is now judg'd ao be in a fair way of Recovery. Lall Wedncfday died at his Seat at Marks-Hall in F.iTex, Robert Honeywood, Efq; Bipshcr to M&jor-Gcneral Horiey-wood, to whom a plentiful Ellate devolves. The Lord Jkauchamp, Son of the Right Hon the Earl of Hertford, is ill of the Small-Pox at his Father's Houl'c in Grofvrnor-ftrect. On Friday lad the Lady of Sir William Hcathcotc, Member of Parliament for the Town of Southampton, was fafely drErer'daf a Daughter, at his Houfe in Great Rufltl-Stnet. OnThurfday Night hit'it blew a Hurricane in the Downs, nVe Neptune, Capt. Hutton, from Rotterdam, was toft in' lIustW-Koad, with her Mailer, the Crew and 1 5 Paffengers. v Toe Prince of Orange, Capt. Dullon, fiom the fame Place, fikewtfe loft ; but a Report goes, that 17 Perlbns were of her, and that there are Hopes ef retrieving part �tihtt Cfego. The Kathcriric, Capt. R.3\iJinfon, alfo from Rotterdam, was faced to cut away vhct Malls. A few Day* lince^Mr. .Pit, of Bcthncl Grern, was mart ird ,teMn. Cox, a Widow Jbudy of that I'lacc, of 5 000 1. Fortune. Toe Lady to about Jew fcore> and Mr. Pit is her fifth Hulband,. 'HriritHiirfivcjaty, and the Snake's his third Wife,   Their fltQMinanec commenced ltnce Ne'Wv-Y cat's -Day. utters by Friday's Poll from Ireland mention the Death of 16k Manly, E(q; Poll Mafter General of thai kingdom. W� hear from Cambridge, that the Rev. Dr- -Lambert, Mater of St. John's College, was found dead in his Bed on Faiay Morning. He was at Chapel on Thurfday Evening, ftittttH to Bed fecmingly in good Health. Ytierdjy being the firft Sunday in Hillary-Term, the Jadgsi went in then Scarlet Robes to St. PauJ's CathedraJ, wacjethe Rev. Mr. Twells preach'd. Their Lordlhips afterwards di&'d with, toe Right Hon. the Lord Mayor at Filh-�OBjets-HaU,- .On Saturday Night. Iaft fomc Rogues came in at a Trap- ^wMrjppon the Top of Mr. Mailie's Houfe upon Tower-Hill, aaawhilil the Fairuly^vcre aflet p. went down Stairs and broke n. .Stturday Hank St.ck Jww-tbe DniJcj.J. *�he Ofe�u:g.   Old a�:�u:t:ej 1 c  jo. v. ;i  1 30   i   ^!h.    ll ^i'tti'Sea Tracing S Ar.iuil.-.i'i 10;. 7  Stl ^ti-, v.ithcut tiit l'�iv.(Jri:J 1 1 ,jth, lor tin- Oji;u;.-ig. Lunaon Ali\ PlL-lll. a 14 a ; African ti'-c so Yi^ik-Cuihiin Dividend. tea '96, wjthcui New Bank Circulaiir.n  tl. 105 3I. toj. Prcm.   ludia ditto 3I. 17s. Prent.   Three Effap. Aao zl Prtrn.  Englilh Cj^per al.   Wiclflj dj�o l halt, 1 .;:(. Three M til:op Royal Affu-aave 1z 1 South Sea JacpbAlvarer the yoongcr, of Brtry ftrwt. London, BrokeT. Titrrothy FarTar.of Leeds, inth^Coanty ofYo.-l^. MercSant. John CUrkfon, of- Mcunt-ilrctt. Groivtncr '.quire, in the County of Middlefe*. Carpenter and Ctapman. Admiralty-Office, 24 Jan. 1734-5. JiV rtgarA feveral Men belonging to bis Atajcfly's Sfafi in Sea-Pai ct fatrt, f�i *vrt prrvnud fy fad lfnttbt'r, or ttber [r*ftt*'inc*tt, in > ffar/a'ig ta rirrir Duty by tht Ti fie Unified fy hit Mfpt/Sy't Utt Pf,al Ptetlazsaihn, tht kt�f-t litn the Wr -Csitm^mfi<"if iei'ifdmtr*It% Je fttrlt gnr Notice, tl'ttt if fud' Mitt m 0rt ft abjtnl  s\;// bt taken �$\ and the/ be ctxticxd imlf'af,!* Imt tl\xt fiuh ct' them tu  /fit-irnt:in'd, *viil wet wdy forfeit all tbtir bmt h frqsratij at Dtftrtm front his Mcjiftyt Service, tadtU it /trail be fab Men �ti batv had, or may b.tTe Ltteat frtm their Caftdint, cr ctlxr I'upetm Ojjiitrs, in txbich taji tbty mre to leJbe t*re tt n-fjir tt /*y Shift whereti they being bj tht Imtj titrr ttf/fdtve Ltawi jkaii THE Gentlemen Educated at the Reverend Mr. COX's Vhwl �; KenUnftjn, �rc i!eiit'd>� incot on Viid�)f tn? iin\|niian(, � 'ajd Su:id-itgt, to.'/fher tiilh tht Partkmlari ef the frv-rra.' ll'r^ii ti hr-petjortnd, may he fcfit at their Secreta*fi Of-.-r .-i F'idan tie 3 \ft Infant ; and th.tf a Camatittet ititl Jtt it' t't E'-Ji I'Jtu-lloufe en thurfday the ZCtb ef Febntarf, at 10 aCJxk-h the Forenoon, lo open feth Prsfofah as jbaB- he JU^V %-~itb iNV Secretary eu or htfsrt that time- "AT theKTNGV be pertor.n'vl ao OrhRa. ca".:*d A ,R  T   A   X �ii aitd Roies to~fH pui t3�e-.b�T. acst 'O fffera* 10 fc� ad.uifed wiitumr Tukci*. �hi c df'iici'J iha: On, a: (be u&Uc in the Haj-Merlet,.at,halt a etch.. Gi!l:i> 5*. By hit M�J E jtt'i Csstcattd, No Pcrt'to w(i�te�cr t.. bs �--o'ttcd beh^td the Sceaea. To hi^ia est Six �*C�*_ By His AfJJESTPs Command. the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, "THEATRE   in the E  R  5  E  S. the       of Jaosuy, DAN T be {citortOd E. on U'cJccf f oixt, tot new Opera, cati'a A   R  I  O  D   A Pit an  b' pw fft, 00 Petfm to he �dni:.ttt4 vitho'n Tckc.i, wbich will be drli�er"J iha� Ua�, at tic Olfiw in Co�nt 0*rc-o I'liri're. at naff a Cause* cxS. ftrjj Gtitny 4�-Upper Gallery 2 �. 6 i. Ey Hit Mxjt stt'i Cwerra*/, Ko Ve'fjos �h��ier to he tfaaitted brii.-^ :Je tacrc*. A T Dunton-Houl'c, Ifleworth. on Wedncfday ^ Kir, beitvjL the tjtfi loii*nt, �t\l t� An    ASS E M B L Y. No Perfons to be admitted unlets introdue'd by a Subfcriber. AT the Old RexJ-Lyon Cockpit, the back Iii*  � Gray'. Inn \V�t*t. �hi* fHtl'em Mon^iy, bdng tbts?lh l.1lta^t, �"tfi fee feeo � itv�� vnuti of COCK-FIGHTING, r^r Fonr Cnin.ea* a PittK ami'Kurty duiw-ai the i^dd itatfle, battreen c c lienttctccn ot t-iuk� wi iht Ocot)cia�*i  t Middlaki, begionm| ��-�tV.r ^t T<'oro'C'io irewotai, liiawifa nwft'e Wol*r�, tvri larj;� lUflitu Bear*, fror jf�>u�u BtarV, all tat date n�*h>, and dhout three liora fine Dull and Datr.Oog*. OentSemen, t�oifv�(id dhen, are wc�i mo to fiiii them any Tithe of �Ik-. Djy, beMe die ttiveii'un tx>tf.iri�, giatis. N.�, wf. itok�� icutit, the Art ol fe*eo fctctal Weapons ewty l>*y j he likcwile t.'Hhea tht; Act of DeffuCe eilhfr wiih the Cane ot Sn.fc, h Mc Aic ol Ikfciteat 17 Yvnrvot Ate. Then- ivill be Kneiia ilic Uoumf to. tti� bcti�t Kcccptico ot Com** P�"T-__ ; . � CTOLN the 25th Inihtnt, out of the Houfe O of Mr. Samuel Mafci-, l.intcis-Dmp-.r, no Great Tower-hit) .tiaar Rarkirt-HiUy. a I'^ir ol Hole Dfjimmd h�r.rnit;�, Topi and Drcps �fjf fpre.it, eighmv level tir'jiiiv tnd 1 hil', t|i>-tai'cipa las iraitfp'a* rc-n: with C!�c>(l4t�OT-rtic back, a i�pcd Horn. Uiiij}, Cspt. hlint^a died i&Sov. up At, 44, a Hank N> c W�'>dred �vd Foi.ty founds iii Cafli. Whoever Apprehend* i\tc lei |bn ot J'o h t� th� Wh> le ma/ be recoTtr'W, (bill tu�e Fifty Pound* Regard, or i� I'ropiitii.ii fir aitf. p�rt ; or if �n� one oiacciri'd in tlio ttoK'ery,*ill *. on or about ttio l^ih totttnt, run u�ay from tho iiiid Ship when in tlit 0i;tk, Whocvir biingt i,i�n to Mr. ti .ac Hidour, At his Monle mi MMJle Scotland Viiri', Whitehall, or gives Notice, To that he may be mken sud lint to his faid Mailer, {hall fnvc One-eulnea Re��*d on hi* being dtljver'd to the (aid Mr. Hid -in : *ad all rcrTuo* at* hereby wtrted, at their Perjl, not t>� enictfiii ihe laid I'erllm. ' N. B tic had on when he tun away, a green Livery.c at lin'd with Telb�, aal � jdow Wailtcosi. By Command of his ROYAL HIGHNESS. Not Ac>ed� thel": Sixteen Years. By tbe Company of French QuiudiMu* -________ AT the New Theatre i-^ the Hay-Market, th<� D*y, bcicg the 271b ot Jtuatiy, �; fcc ^efc..:cj a Comedy. uU'd ARLEQUIN  Empfreur dt ta I.use. li'ith Aric Scrtut, Ma.iitui aai! litt-uttjiu. To �hich 1 LA Tiii<�        ��iet III be pecfta'd a C* CuOK�y :n FEMME   J A L O USE. o a. 'ctcul Uto. t ; irij i |-c n:i,o inimj; been {xejjiii'd, tid 'eft *c ihe Luttisn V*at-:itcdfije-fcili, ii't.cgcii NomVn Ki�e li^r.V;. tot '-a ?erj.j a�6y live it (i ��*eei -hr^.h: i^itz�e �i- f > �, l�'r thj E^!.- Lua�c-K�** J tU_> ^.j.t*'^ ibc i-A-� owing ' 1ji�>, in Ai ibe L-rr.h i.� Abeho-ct; "tro � h .hi..'� ivi.nly V'i riolit.Hi;', TtiOx* ftieet ; L > j ii-i-nJiie  *tv c'. 6t.:Lt�.��e oi l^.c^a-l --7 -iSc,t;r:; �.".er.& Ke.l L>.in 0.1 C tk-liiil ce�f ijLt:. tf.C-      ; WUjsm;t- o tut li , �  1 I i pj v�..'i LofTeeh- ofc. S'jit.mt ti.-_� . CdJi {  i tlvftc, u i:hii fitly    g JC 1 1 u.d 1a KirfUul- itiect. Ciiy^tj.'e , S* -u in it. Aa -Vl-ue. ALa>tj� rj � <  v ,c� -B-cf, litoV,-: i. r'.t!.'�; He i C.iw in Mr. i ti.:i ; ti'tih: bcl!� b; Chrtlt-Ct.ariX Satr* , C:(y 11 Uiitiuo i:i W,itj�.UR� ', White HJiti u Miitfe-Maw. k>.^t9 ; Km; >-Hc4j in M   i' J**�t. � l! c^t j I     .in i ij C1.1� n (*mp c-*'�t ; h-" t-'-uJ- n Huci-'i-l -'jfr i> *  �ff�i}. S .-g-et m       i.jun^n'j ot" ti:t�.t, >._*� e..sU./..i-.�!i F*.-blb� �IJ. � �; i' :er ilie tf:.-titt! >  t.'J i  -o - r.�}>�lc .. �tpaf .�� lUt i**ili�i]>>W u   i.y    I^-c treii Sun''ii ia'en  -*      w*. � tKli i.il.Ui��iJ i .1 di' l'cil'-u       iSrtr'd |^ be tjprt�o f- d3.n�. ids Pi. � i- r. iuj   tc te*j/      be fkc.c^td .� CM If m tl�.� */*�*�*- ill- HEREAS John Browne, a Black, Ser* V* ram to C*pt.PuiUr, No. A), in Pimtai llravt, Rotherhitli, ha* ableo.edhittilli liom hit laid Mailt r'* Scrvi�ith� jt7ihot*thi�lntt/ it is deiir'd tlutnobody entertain h m, ix fa.nij an Appreiitka ; it' lie reiunuiu hit (nd \�Utt, lielh m, and i�ive NoiUa to Samuel Hartlf, at tKo S*ar. Tjvcr.i, UilimiPiioc, *1 iey (hill tw~jT�itan M lyi' their TrnibH. N. 0  ne i. abijut $ P-of � !� alien hijit., a Itlnit Lai, ibout l9Ye*ra if Aje,""�'i,l li*j�ti �vl'eu tic �e�t tvity a M�ck U'iJ and � fltetn l.j-rctJi^^S[ee,��i Lucd. JU-ti. SL^ a^-W.v*d-w-ttrrmr,-trr�d -Waidtoit _ "witTTwiHTiiiit'O''*, a nr�b F'�rk �-irh liraf, Buctoni and fed Button- ' hoi*!, and rtd I'lufli or LratV.et ltlettliet. lafl FridayNight at Sr. Jimcs's^'uppos'c botmiiVf the- gr<�t 'S.air�, a |imm�nJ pemlam Bar: rial f  OST l^j it 1 lie bo'ttim of the ^ruiii s �ir�, a |i|iint�nJ pemlant"But;ring; � itii a Hrdlui.t t, p. a Rote Ump nt�t tr.ml'. .ue|i|*, by a tmJX- ere, aod a Wire rmindthe tar. W(uj;Vh will liting thehmo to the Bi/ht H�ni. the Uiiy ifcvui'. H�u?e in DuLe-ftfcrr, Wcilmnillar, (hill recede Ten (Unocal Hetv*rd. Il'iittcr'd to be fold oi pawu'd puy (Lip it, aiid fi,u (hill luw the fame Utwafd. a v. .'I 1 (1     1 At lUtJ.f  1' iy- i ** N   'i. are ZV*.l." t.t't a I tht :�.;Uijc '1 i(.rj I, not e,rjr CtJ-�? mtkb tht V.etusSttt ml� If tbta r-f,a r./5�'*V, Ust ........ _   ___i<�t �.ai.t?.� it*       t* utmm *%**) fffi*t* Mi"f a^m, mlLk iJob.tdfjJt:i*;iOi^r,ltm^t*'*i^'^AH']t. LO S T_ox_iniflaidr on or about the 24th of Nov sober Ull, �mc YiurIc Stone Kiilliaiij luamoad Ring, yellow call; one Dmrnoiii llin| ot eijjht Stnnc. Ii ur fci together, two ol each fi c,  i�o> ii>c- four i* iir ol the ColK; pare of a leven Siuaa Red* l)i-m-iai UiaS, or.c U'^StuiiC in the MlUJle} ib'co on one Side and) 1�jon ile nth. r, one icing loll Tone fair nt C.hrylltl Uuitooi fet in 0(i.d ; and cue can- of Chr>llal But torn, with two Letieri in each, fet tn silver. Whoever will briog ib'in to Mr. Scamour, Banker, ill {-cer-liice:, fliull receive Ten Ouioeat Reward, ami no (jpeltioo* atie'd, LO S T or miflaid, fifteen lmali -Brillianc Diamoiiiit, one or iwool cliam a liuia biowo, �tithing about fit Ohio-., in aVaptrirura'd lodwt, 8 t lull Car. Whoever liaa t,ui d iLe fame, and w ul bii'H ilicm to Mcfl'. Steer, unj. Nldiolf, Pia-Ai< nJ Cutter,, in Coleman duet, or iotChadw�il'i Cu/Ft�houf#, fhill i.ave rwoGiiiici, H�w�.d. �oi tf3 0.oe(ii4�o� a�W'.J J or if offtt'd tob� piwaiiur loM, pray flap them, and you (hall have the fame Hcward, DROPTon Wedncfday the nd Inftant,  'd i� be in a Co*ch that took uti a Gemlcmao igainlr ..|.i c*. t i.inline hi-'jli), Si J�me>,'1 ab-.ui j u'tLck in the Bt'eoiug, / J I.-1 l.,t .o�n � hueli', Coffee hnufe in Sou;hiinptoii-liui|Juij�, H Tjmlco'H-.a. ihe ui.Jei |�Jt * Shell in ihe Slwpe of A Hcatt, rba �jfyit y*r. Moth.T '.>f l'e�rl. the Hniie m.d Tfimiiiii (5 Silver.  Whiicvcr tiii>'i- it t > mi. i j>*> H'*i 4Hill. Wpi.1, btnv, n,e Ojoi|� oi a fcrfoo da-te�>'d.   C�fs! gce� wheteof will bs (iirn.1/ di/pe'i'il by John Montier, Broker, in Tower Royal. To be S O L D chap, AHandfome light Cranc-ncclc Chariot, and a lin.i ir4�ciii* Chinoi, In lorTov.0 or duniry \ �t *'r� B'ui-l's, i.ta C'nh .lid Hoflr, in MouQl Itrcct.iCii C{olvCDO(-|i|oaff. To be Sold a great Pennyworth, A Complete new Machine Chariot, made of  *    tlx: belt M*ic( alt, and neatly painted : Alio a vry good 1% hwd Math inc. well cuv'4 aba paiuted; and m catra^fdinav/   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication