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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 28, 1834, London, Middlesex                                TUESDAY, Jakma r y *S\   1734- �    '       v      � ,~ �.....�------- Dial* January 26. lESTERDAV can?       an � SlAi j through, -���'�-, Fcmiat. IwTs-fluw; ' and thii Forenoon a :>p.�Kth _ r.rp J'cr Bilcoa.    No  Snip in the Dvwas Wind Norib. L O N D O K. I/Cttcrs from all Farts mrxtien, tsat t!)C Nrgcciations upon, the projected I'Imi of a P.eincatrc-.wrill be carry *d oa by the fever*) Powers Sword in Hand ; aid that in cafe an Accommodation doe* o� enfae. the Opc-ntbm ol the next Campaitis, both in Italy and Germany, will Jjewwwed with more V igour than ever. *fii AW that thc ^'"8 �* ^rancc ** negotiating at tbe Courts cf Stockholm andBctUn. a Corps of iqooo Men, tobccin-plw'd for the ^crriee of King SuniHaus in Folau-. ^Tbt* Write frctn Vienna, that the Emperor has lately fig-B(|�\l to M�-ff- Hobinfon and ilamcl-Bniyniux, the Briolh andJJutch Mmifte/s at hi* Court, that be thought lumlcii � gnoVf the higicll Obligations to bis Britannick .\laj�!y and �the States General, their Principals, for the kind Pains they *' 'ihPft.employ'd at Coullanti #>Sc, to prevail with the Grand * Sjgoklt to maintain the Peace with him and the other Chii-;*tonPrHKcs", His Imperial Majelly adds, '* that he is * pcrfuaded -tiic Maritime Powers mult be convinced, from  &e aotncnticli Account which the Dutch Ambauadot Uci .* of the Intrigues of France at the Port, .that the Aims of 4 " (bit Couit are leveli'd at the intirc Dcliruclion of tbe-Houfc " of Auilria; a Dt-lign wholly incooMcnr/with the Rslance " of Power i� Europe, and the folemn Engagements of Uvcr_i ' .'I " pppofitioo, and ovcr-fpread the Empire : That thcte " Endeavours of Frrcc arc notorious : That ihe has giren, as ** wtU now as heretolbre, the mott convincing Proois cf her " Pufpofes, and founds her Expectations of Sncceii frcta ttc M Refuial of his Jlhrrv fuccour him : But that he pertuades " himfelf (he Eyes of the World wiU be font opend, and that ** he fball nut bave it long ta complain of his hard - Fortune, "to:." The Marquis of St. Gillrs, the SpaniJh AmisiEtdor. who is lately come to refute at the Hague, has brought wch him fab Lldy, his Mother, and fo namcroas a Family, that People imagine his Excellency is alTur'd of a'long Stay tfcere ; whscn imlt iwpfen in the prefent CircuUJllacari of Affairs, cither from the Succcb of the Maritime Powers in tfL&uiga Peace, w� their High Mightineflcs Rtfuial to take part in the War kf offilling tlit Emperor. YeUcrday the Right Hon. the Earl of Peterboroogh, Grse-nlof tbeMsiines, arriv'd in Town from bis Seat in Karsp-'ftiie, where he had been near two Years, and waited cpua t-is iirjdly, by whom he was gracioufty recciv'd. We hear a Scheme wili be piopcs'd fcr patting oa foot a luje Body of Maririe;, to be fonn'J into indepenckm Campa-ticiof loo Men each ; thefe Troops to be arawn hom t�e jk^nena on the !� ifh Eflabliihmect.-- 'TIS now faid, that iooqo Men will be added to the Number 'bT Seamen employ'd Jail Year, in cafs the projected ll>n cf ^tomroodaiion does not find Succefi. a large Number of &sc thin lying ready to be put in Commimoo. We hear that his Majrfly's F'ield-Equiprges are gett'eg .Idjly at Hanover ; aad that he will head his Trwopa to v& Rhine, if there (hoald be Occafion for another Camjuia Wiitt ate ijSjld for electing nine new Members, in toe rccaa oT iboie deceab'J, Jiocc their Return to Parlamcnr $i[.Coriticpher Powell, Bart, is a Candidate far the Count? 4f Kent, in tlu- room of Lord V ifcoum Vane, &x**-'d. ^ Sir Oordell Iirebiace, Ban. for Suiiolk, in the tcuui ui Su Sobtrt'Kemp.' > Aldtnuan Vere and Miles Branthwaite, E% for Nera id;, * the room of Watk-r Bacon, Eftj; _I^wd Anne Hamilton for the Shjrc cf l.jcerk in N�srth-;wtliri",~in~the room ol his Brother Lotd William. l*rd Archibald Hamilton, one of iheLofdsof the AJmi-*fcy� for the Bo;vu^li of CjueenLoiuugh, m tic rocm ct iir Ctorge Saun&js. ,&mm-1     Hjnbsir)', F.fg; for the County of yocaaub, in -.jperatitn of tbe M�jw?12s Father.- * Thomas Bladen ^ni Thmr.asGorc, F.ftjrs. fcr the Eerocgb Agmondcdinii, in the room of Counfellor Lucwvtcfee Ytfterdjiy thtii Royal HighnciTcs the Prutctlib Auwjua Cndlne, accon'pany'd by her Grace tfie DurcfteiV cf fwct:, *W to Brcaklali with the CouauJi of Pwdiad at her Ifc^ Ptfce I'rivy-Goidcn, Whitehall. ''They write from Margate, thaftbc GcoJs are all Used Oit the Prince of Orange, Capt. Dutlort, froai Roctrrdaxn, wh�ih ;� loft on ihurMay N�g!.t tiff that Pace.   'IU Nrpi^tr. we Capt. Hucton, remains whale uuJer Water, aad tccre u of faving tur Cargo Ukcwiie. *vThe Right Hen. the Earl of Wetlir.orcland lies very ifl of wGputat hib Scat in Nuithaxnptor.Ume. >Ou Thurify litt dL-d at Dciii)i^.h m D�by2u:e, Jcha v-.Wcher^ Efiji who wa> High Si*�iiF for that Lcumy ta tike w 1731. i^pttSuuday bft Mr Thomas Davis, as enilarr.; llcp^Mci-�*JUin Thsiu.-vilrrer, wasmantcd toMiiiHuHcn, a >ixxg Wy of 5000 1. 1 ortuie. OaSuruiay A'ten..on died fcddcoly of an ApcplrcVkk Fit !*hij Houle at H.nnp;trad, in a very auvjai'd Age, tic Rev. |;*lr, fiagfliaw, Vk.ir o! uut Place. ji-^Wtliear there- will h* a G Jkry ercded a: the Eafl-EtJ t/ I w Choir oi St Piu!', fo- u.s Mufi.:, eti tne t^xt Kc^e^ru! W f'ealt-i>i)s tor ihe Suni of the Clergy. Ly :r.rL- p;a"-u-. 1>. Irom wlsei.ee r,ot(i the Voices axui luaiutacatt '-heard to the b-U Ailvamage > 3*d tot u�e S:.-.w*i *�ij be W by toe Rev. Dr. Lavuigua, 'Kc&luKttrjr vt it-fiS*. ^*e hear there are two sew Comedien in Rrhtatfkl at tK� Tteatre Royat in DTary-Laoe j ooe calt'd The Uwtverfal Gzl^s:. or the Different Hatbands, written by Mr. Fielding J ~?5 t^e ctirr call'd The Man of Tafte, or-the Guardians, by ai.^ay, at 39 Minutes after 2 fn tbe Mcrmog, and at 59 alter 2 in tl.e Attcinoon. Yelifidiy Paak Steele was 138^ 1 half. 4td^ 143 a 1 4th. wulwot the Dhdcad. Sccth-6ea Trading Stock 82 1 half, fcr the Opening. OU Anrcitres 105. Ditto New Annuitiei tcj 3 4:^ a 7 �t!a. witboat the Driridcod. . Three per Cent. Ar.n-Hty 94 a t 4th, for the Opening. Million Bank 108. African z*. Yojk-EaiUings 4. Royal Affurarrce 96, with-cas tec Diviiend. Londo� ASantK* 121 8th. New Bank Crca!au=n ;L 10s. a izs. 6d. Pretn.3^jSoutb-So be admitted i'i-.%�oe t_^c�. �h*i ui'j be icil'cr'd iti� ai Ihe Utikc ia ibe Hsj-iii^tct. at k�P a Gotae* rscfa.  Cillery 5*. �j la MaJ t uv' ;*it�. bcr^rhc 3&b ut J�ooArjr,.�iA,t>^4ucfcni�j a Co- ARLl^yiN Emtereur de la Lune. "1j .:a .Yrss Sterne j, Hctcimt and Dtivatimt. Ta        �u be i*i ^'ircr'd into the W01 dhoti n or before the ^th Day of ftbroatr octr. �n.i to mt*t 0  OommUtce of the f�td Liberty o� the Tth y receU d; at it �* l*et-fm lh.u|j meet irtth him. om\ ttive hJotite to Samuel I'ains *��� Smtn Taerrn. nilluigl|ittr, they Ibsll be fatiity'd    their Trout*'*, N. B. �?c t* shout ^ rVot 6 hi^l, a 1U�U lie, about totcin cf Arc. and bad m when he went �w�y a bUtk Wig aod a pw> U-�er*. ibe $!ee�e-. f��d withS'aga^ linad with red,:� a red W�i�JeaM__ holei, ana rtd vlvlli or Leather nrecchei. \Aj HEREAS George Callard, Apprentice to VV hfr. I laic Callard lit Dyoc-lUert, St. Oilci'., Silrrtrrpitb, run away from hi� faid Mailer >�f.44, a Bank Note, No. H.^J.M )ol. pajabl* to Sjm.Mafno,(!4tcti9M�i.tri i?T-jrflodabDiH abundredaM lot>Pou)�ft� Cath. \Vhov�r n^jprvh-mliihe Icrttnor Perl'oar, to a�the Wholana�)f be rccovit'J, (bal have KiAy l' > Hogle in Dokc-llreef, WelimmtW, thall recti 10 Ten Ouintat Reward. II olfor'd to bo fold of fawa'd ptaf Itip it; and you Ihill hare the fame Htward._; WHEREAS a fmall red Morocco Leather Trunk, wiih fowl P*p�� and a Cold Cal't. of a Watdit wtt loft DMweenSt. Jam.-iVplito and Claraei-llreef. On Fridar the loth I/diant. Wlioe�cr brirup it to w. Btatilit In Soho-JnHata� Wall bat* three t/uii.e�� RcwarJ, and no Qiieltloni aik d. LEFT in a Hackney Coach on Saturday tl,r 2> h ItiftiHt, dm took up two Geuilcmeo near Cortnl-gaf* den andcaiiid ili:m it' Lombard Itreer, and bick'i>>Oid$otyjUjfflpj#iVL-Buihtinp, a Cane with a "long Gold nead, with Hie si ory if' itiutmld a�.i tlnioiiafe il>�(�l >n it, Whuf��� bt�ia�ii to Mr.Ht,uli*t-o> oi" Cl-ib-u ker�, *ie mc il/j. l>j1f a c itSd'd ii3irr� si Ci.�.wc*kix* ti.U T ia>no� ttc     b LIUm, T>- /"Oxi i- th. aVflcCaji&n, tuiih'M U>). IA HEREAS great Quantities of Gold and V w Oitits i-uc, Tbte�j ask. tut.jut. Late beta U.l, uD;. � teat) \Cl,c 4> , T.�Uc u4 : j ci, e.: ;te �^� a:i ino �hc-I'ji�.i.i ti.|>i^ ol L >,.� oj, �- 1. t-^;f:-.�- lie;- �ur t4 it-/ u.of* d� j^r l'..|.lt ti-tr^i;i IK UjJ An: Ttit c �c llvcict. i-'c w u'J �u all fclt^Ii.;. >, t -e-g--e^�  �4-j�J.� *, I.* ijz ttuxc. t(.a� ircyjx :ir,g |i�h |>iu .ibi.cJ Ool^ ar.ij._irf Jj^u.ToJr'J -_i a�i�t_u�. .'^j :fc�f ttc; t e jr.Ati.dtd i^-i'tr        :u iacritf c-X ti_; Law, low.! '.c /u(t> i>> (iti Lac- �-�.* -JJ-j-'C virc-iy t��..- o�i '_. :o -e �rp ri.t-"^vaj> per Cent, or t2 iTiC� e.i l ("i- 1 era r. or SiB'.r C)^*A.ity, to bs tfcrq, fc� Mr. trnnaa �-!� . }>*� Ua��u��i. To be SOLD Cheapt At Mr. Symes's* at tbe Red - Lyon - Inn, Charing - Crofs, " A Handfome light Second-hand Chariot, lined ** with Mue Cloth.___ - To be SOL& Cbiaf;-" At Mr. Colbrook's, at tbe Vine in Vine-Street near GoUefi-Sqi'urCy Very good handfome light Cuadi lin'd with g ,,. , 1 , .iti. anrl f......' r.,I.H'-.�_______ And   entcr'd   upon   immediately, 7>; Hand-Court againjl the Steel-furd, Tbdmes-Streel, Repair, 'Jo le I. E T T, At Edmonton in tbe County of Middlefex, fevelt Miles from London^ ^^'l/^t ALarge Manfion - Houfc in gc call'd Wyar-Hall, COi-uimntj (cvej llouiatft Si iblti, C'>ach hcuf�t u{�4^fi)t>b(ivr� MM the SmlUi&Vb,   

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