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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 29, 1834, London, Middlesex                                WEDNESDAY^ jAkM�t�o.  ,73*/ A, i Ship /olpb, sfpetdily Ytftaiay arrrSd a Matt from Ptond&s* Stockholm* January i$. IHE Imperial Ambaflador having Kid > several private Aadie&cet of late of the King, �nd bern ftcn in Conference with ibe Minifters of Start : The French Ambaflador has cxprcls'd fo much Uneafinefs, that it has bete thought ntctflkry to affure him from his Majcfly, that the Negotiations tin ] the Carpet relate no way to Sweden, T: � .-. bot to his MajeilyY Interefts in Qer- Mrt|T 4 siid that the Treaties (abutting between the twi Smas ihiU be reDgkJDflj obferv d. The Czarina has pine !*wlfcn of War on the Stocks, which will be'- J' j�* 7*�- *> Wind N-w- No"L" t^ne down fine* lift Pod and fiuTd Stdwfck. for Maryland ; , John, Seal for Vir�nia i Queen Elizabeth,. gam,        * L c   N   D O^N, TkfopJJ'ing New* is amv'dJielre, that Affair* in Poland law began to take a favouiabteTarn for King AuguftuS: That fa falstin of Kio^, Jo Concert with the Grand Marfbal I'aafcnr has vaylajely fem hfePiopofitioos, and demanded , p| ajpiftirf in his own Name,, and in the Name of the Crown Jtaay; and hsj ilfo defir'd that Conuniflaries fhould be lent to fbce tBitjlful be agreed opon, in order to their Capitulation: jfiveAccounts are come from Lithuania, that the Ter-TCMinuna, Minfk and Lida, have fent their Deputies ^Gcnsril Ifou'do* to acknowledge King AuguAus, and to jtfy tn be exempted from Contributions: And that King An-pJmon his Birth-Day, unexpectedly to every Body, cooftmVd {See Caanorinii, Palatin of Rnffia, in his Poll of Com-ander m Chief of the Crown Gaards. They write from Naples, that the Germans who quitted g�r Colours, and took on with the Spanifh Troops, are uewn velry of their new Service, and deJert daily in Bodies; nnyof tlirtn. an: fftt-V'V in** tVy arc flw* by P^pt v *, Downr. le Betty, and Nelfon, for Africa. We learn from Rome, that thePope having worn oat fcveral faaof Spt&ades in poring into the Roman Kaletodar to find Ht a Saint of bis Family, at length met with one St. Andrew Corfioi, to whom his Holinefs faas dedicated a magnificent Chapel in the 8:uiliflc of St John de Latcran, and enrtch'dJt with Ornaments equal to the mod profoic of his Predttellbrs in tsefike A3sof Vanity: The very Grate coft 14006 Crowns 2 ikArchiK&ure is not excelTd by -any modern Building in hah;; the Paintings by the ableft Hands : Toe Cardinals and fnaos at Rome are making their Court to his Holincfs, by pc&odag Pieces of Catsouty and Anaquity to this Chapel. Tit Asa, that his Holiness having cxpreis'd ant Indinaiion to lasee Piece of the original Crofi to be deponted amongtl the ftr&b on the Altar, an Emulation arofc in his Courtiers to tocare it for him, and in a fhort time as much Wood was fent ajfiom different Hands, as would have built the whole Chapel* ^'Loon from Berlin fay, that the late Honours done King Sesarftiss at Komgibng by bis Prufiian Majefty's Order, were oxrfcn'd by the Difcoorfc the? three Frencn Officers had with thtt Prince as they ttbpt at Potzdam io their way from Peterf-hsr^ to Paris. Thete Gentlemen happening to diop an Ex-Malnl, as if it was generally bdicvxl in jCuffia, tnat King SUbfltos Wis no better tJhao a Prilbner at Konigfberg, his hB&UMajetly cried 'twas falfe, and fent Orders away imme-dntdjr to Governor Kane, to fhetv him the lame Refpeft as if *oald do to thtir own Monarch t"fo-that he1nttT�evtf�rr mn of lU Drum, the Cenuncls and the Guard, in like IMwr as tie Royal Family at Berlin. *, Iat Sataiday, tix Hereditary Prince of Modem, accompa-lUby two criitr Noblemen, antv'd here incognito to fee the l^&Cctut.________________^JL-    ----------..... Ite Day the Hon. Honfe of Corn room will wait on his lfiftlyat^t; James's, with thtir Addrefi of Thanl* for bis ^Kiradous jptccb from the Throne on Thurfoay laft. We hcartiiai Giles Erie, Efq; Member of Parliament for UuWbury in WBtfiurc, is appointed Ctairman of the Com-MBRe for Privileges and Elections. we hear tbzt Kveral Pcrjiipas were Yefbaday prafented to wtHoa. Hoots of Commons for undue Ekclions, viz. Tor the OjJt�f firijol. County of York, Borough of Warwick, and jjtfiwnl tthcrTSoroi^hs^- We hear that^r^yon ftom Richard Shephard, Efq; com-f*i*l of an undue Eleflion for the Borough of SouUiwark, *i he tab Day prefented toihe Houfc of Commons. ^TTb fitid tint the Petirioa from Yorkffiire is the fecond that anheca prefcnted from any County thefe twenty Years. hfir tiut P of King Charles J. Dr-Harris, Lwt| Biihop of iijw, preaches bctbrc the Honfe of Lords. At�>,-;Jy has been plcas'd to appixnt Roben Bolton, gwef taws, to be Dean 01 the Catiicdr^! Chuic^ of Cai-void ty tte Prcmctica cf Dr. ii^aung to tit?i zee. to appunt XViiliira i-lctfiing, }.i*:icr a Aili, to be **kaccq at CjrUA:, void by ihc Promoucu of the laid* W. fit fnirg. ^ lal Ni^ht his Royal Hig!in?� the Prince of Walts receiv'd w4ceoua , that Baron Li;s:f, l.if;;n.nnnt of a Krgunciu of J* in the Service of toe Sntes of Ho'bkcd, and \v :so was fl^cftfe Pretence to his Royal Higbncu, during :.js Rrli-Honcvsr, was unfortunately 10 tic Nuat^cr of Per V".4>'pii Thurilay Nigbt bit in Margate Road. Hi> JJWip wsi fcat for from Holland by hu Koyaliiighncb, W� tEjbark'J on board the Nept OS rf hia Bit*;ige his already been uken up, anJ ftiron 1 Gtiid;aiia "a gone down to Margate toiccuicliis M^S Day comes en the Efcftioa of a Cifrkoi" thraoth-^BB-Cctripir.y, in iLe i^oro of ilr. Henibind, dcuui'd : fb&m:c, *ic, Mt-JUcgmoif, Mr. Jenkins, Mr. Bur-|p,Skjmier.�8! Mr.Poliud. The three wft have Fathers W�W that the Place of PoAf-Mafter Gctienl of Ireiand, vacant by the Death of John Mahley, Efcjj ts in the Gift of the Right Hon. the Lord Love!!, and that Sir Mamadofat Wyvell, Bart, who married his Lordfhip't Sitter, will be de-clar'd Poft-Maftcr in the room of Mr. Mahky. Thomas Palmer, Efqt' Member of Parliament (at the fib-rbu^h of Bridgwater, is dangrroofly ill at hb Seat at Wartfield in sometfnmire^' /   . We hear. thit the Rev. Dr. Wfllitair and the Rev. Mr. Riggley, Fellows and Tutors of St. JouVi CbUeke InQra-bridge/ftand Candidates to fucceed the Jam Dr. Lambert in th.He�dfhlp of the fiud Colkje. The Ele&oo is ib the IWaftersbf Arts Fellows of the Hoofe. -v-- At the Inftance of the c^plainiBg Fellows of Trinity College in Cambridge, a new Notification of the Sentence pronounced Come time ago upon the Rev, Dr. Beikiey; Mafter of the fsid College, bat been fent by the Rtoht Rev. the Vifitor to the Re*. Dr. Riclard Walker, the mw Vkt-Mafttt of that College. � l* Honour of the Nuptials of Mr. HUttn with Mils Lloyd of Foiham; on Sunday mt the Society of Fulham Youths rang \the whole Peel of Bob-Major, of 10080 Changes, in 6 Hours and 40 Minutes. Such a Performance was Barer known upon a Peel of BelkoT their Weteht Temon+w teiq tfi Jnmvdfotj F*fl fit it* M*ityA*M Ki*g Charles ^bt Firftt * Chmritf Stmm will bt frt*tb%4 W tU Pari/b Ckvtb tf St. Jm* mU 4gmt iwtbr* JUtrfa'tt, h theRrv. Mr. Smith; UMurtr /St. Gilts in tbtFitUT, fir tbt Battfitef^^CMUriMbtkl^htbifaidCbmb. Pntjtrt mall btginat balfmn Hmr tfttrSen. TinJam DajiM tbt /tfhnm tbt RtvMr. Lawrthtt, tiQwrtr e/Si. Btmtt Fiat i� fhtailimillhjlmr, tndlfrtitcb at Mtrttrs. ctvpti. - '-, Thn Evening will be perform'd, At the Thbatrs Royal in Covbht.Ga�dbm, The Omra of ARIODANTS. At the French Tmiatrx ia the Hay-Market, ARLEQyiN EMPEREUR de la LUN�, &c Afted but once tfalV Sixteen -Teati. By tbt Cqtpaxj of Prtncb Cwmiumt, IT the New t>atrt in the Hay-Market. ** thit Dan h��t * �t*h af JaawMy, v8 la ?**m a Cw. A^LEQUtN Eiiriitiit de h Lun*; ifitkttiwSam, tbciimo **tDtttowtkm. t�whk>swaiUi^MaaawCgaway � Tarn AOs, aevereflwi LA P   MmS **!jf a LOUSE, . .. ^ O* Sarantry nrxl wtff le t*fnm + Cmnjh tUtl '   ' L'Empercar dc la Lane, *t. Jt the ORATORY, J TH E Cproer of lincdlnVItw-FfcltU neat Clare-mtrlter, Tomorrow, bving TtaHsW* at�ia iauwtv�*> tofc wUlba�^oaariO^ Mte^miof      - King iRAtiii 1 his &Iaityrdoeax Wiwi��Mj��f thai kM: A Qatflio. muW*. Wmihcr L___ ; CvuSSs'l^tt* 1 : M *5�-*hWi �� * a PUtLtC DISFUTATtON. * MTbtthtr tit ** Otrer..OMof.bt ?c �>� H�ll ,hU Day tbt a�:h tallaat. at t�o o'clock la OHAtwleaen. wuhwtfail. " � �         . � ' � irT^- At the The*ti e Royal in- Da,ti ry -Lam b, The SCORNFUL LADY, with the Old Matnaughi Wifdom. ' .        y' ;        "   ' " " : .   '   , At the New Theatre in Goodman's-Fiildj, The MERRY WIVES of WIDSOR, with Juvits.it and Io.       - , ' {. , B A N K R UP T S. George Fletcher, of Bradford in the County of York, Grocer. John Smith and Nicolas Gardner, of Well-ttrect in the County of Middlefex. Sugar-bakers and Partners. : i-iigu water at Uindon-iJridge tats Day, at, 18 Minutes after 3 in the Morning, and at 36 after 3^in the Afternoon, Yetteroay UanH otocit was 138 1 half, 138, 138 1 half. India 143 t half, without the dividend. South-Sea Trading Stock 82 1 half a 83, for the Opening. Old Annuities 105, a 3 8tbs It half. Ditto New Annuities 104 t 8th a 1 410, Three per Cent. Annuity 92 5 8ths, without the Dividend. Million Bank 168. African ao. York-Buildings 4. Royal AJ^rance 96, witl�� th* Dividend. London Alluranct 11 1 8th. N�w Rank Circulation 5!. fas. 6d. Prem. 8outh-Sc� Bonds 3L42S. a 14s. Prem. Andia ditto 4I frem. Three per Cent, ditto 2I si Prem. Englifh Copper al. Welfh ditto Books fhm> Salt Tallies a 1 h|l( per Cent. Prem. Admiralty Ohloe* %4 Jan, 1734-5. TRTZ*TAJwerdMjm. belonging to biiMaje/ly's * Sbifs in Sea-Pajat befae, bavt bet* frtvtnitd ty bad Wtalbtr, V otbir Imftiimfnts, in returning It thtir Duly bj tbt Timt limited ty bis Majjtfift fatt Reyat Pradamatit*, tbt Kfcbt Um. tbt lards Cmtniffimtrs tf tbt Admiralty d� btrtty givt Nttice, that if fitch i\Un at art Jo ab/tnt will ref air m beard tbt Ships -wbertto tbty rt&taiwh btk>g, by or btfirt tbt 1Mb Day of tbt ntxt Mantb, Msg February, tbt Rr which may bavt been fat agaiiift thtir Names in tbt Books tf tbt/aid Sbifs, will bt taken off, and tbty bt ttntimtd in Wages \ but that futb of then as do not return to tbeir Duly by (be time bifirt-mtnt'ttrid, will not only forfeit alltbtir JPan, but^ bt irojeentfd as Dtferttrs from bis majefty's Service, unlefs it Jhatt bt fucb. Men as bavt bad* jot may.have Ltavt-Jrtm tbeir Captains, or other fuperior Officers, in vihkb~caft tbty art to take tart to repair to tie Ships whereto they belong by the/Times tbeir rejpe&ive Leaves Jball eitfirt> under the Penalty before-mention*d. By Command of their Lordfhipj, - U J. BURCHETTy York-BuUdings-Houle, JajK_2J, 1734. T^HE Governor and. Court of jfffiflanls of �7 the Vork-BjuiUlngt-Comfany do hereby givt Notict, Jbat� General Court of tbt fold Company will bt bthiat tbeir Haujt in Wintltfler-fireit, tnkVtdntfday tbt 20>fr Inii. at Ekvtn o'clock in tbt Forenoon, on Special AfFairs,'j�wr* all the Proprietors art defir'd t atttnd. HER EAS John Browne, a Black, Ser- �aat to CapctSittw, Ho. A), in Prmctlfiwe, lUrtstfcinV bit abfenied ki�G>tt lroa�hiifai �ifasT�w-loo UtooU meet wish liim, �n4 Kim Nwto toltawel Harris, at thn, N. B. He is abottf � Wot 4 inshe* hiat, a OnirLa*,. atom i^Vean of A|e, and hadoa�bcoba went away MaskWigaae aErsea tU my, ibe SIccm rVtcd kh^agand vtibi� � aa4i*4la�ie�* haitef,tadttdrloQi or ttathy Brvwhas. - WHEREAS Graves Hams, about 19 Yeaf� . of Ago, of afatr Ceawlesioo, thia Face, ted Hvrt�imaii% a little in ibe kftoaldvd, aadistthelW, am o�..hea&s.tallas�, i� CotajUoywith W.UUm ISmsby* aaotbec Affnaiu. rtfawjM; fromhU MalfcrWiUian JLissd. ltoukcmater.iaOre�ttuandmnH Sctcaowls, and took **fcy,a �*oaeaw�.f>w��t Kaiu��, khothav Thieg,of vslbe. :WUonttWta tt�fsid lUurb. md lives Kacie*. 10 WiUism tmd bis ^id Mailer, Ifeait bate halt aGmora kavafd. N.b. Tb�abaMfMlO(av*� Harris wabow 5(001^ tnthaUib* ndhsdoatbrn he wear away, � :aatsanis,ai4 hadoaa wuh OtisraAwC tnitof Cloaths. -^-^     - f dSTlaftFridayNfehU^ i^J at ibs twtoco oflha Sitae Staks, a U*mirtjr*^m>* . with � Hrillunt Top,  Horn Drop not fra*fp*r*�, I'jw'j bf a one, and a Wirt round tbe Ear. Wbowat will bnog the ftasv-*a ibt JKitht Han. ibo Lady lnim'� Hoofe ia tMka-lhvar, ^c(l�u>aw. (haM reteiwTcn Ouiu�s� Rtward. IIoffo'd tobe foUor pawaV prayOof jtjjwd you fhall hate the rsnw lltward. -. ... �.-_        -       ^- tP S T or miQaid," fiftewifmaH Brilliant J Diamoodr, weighing abo^t 6 Qrajaa. twoot'tfcem a litiia browa. loal'Mpercnirk'a 5o,wi.8 1 hall Car, whoerar biiafiihtastoAicC' Charitable - Gorporation - Houfc, Spring-Garden, 2 8 January, 1734* fH E Court of Committee of the /aid Corpora- * lion givt Notice, that purfkant to tbt Agrttment made nuitb tbeir Creditors, they will begin on Tutfday next, being, tbt 41b of Fti/uary, andcwtinut every Tutfday, to pay the fecond[Payment (of one Shilling in tbtPound')upontheirrtJUilivt Debts, from Ten in the Forenoon (oQne, at thtir tiouft in itpring-Garden. N. B. The Creditors are defir'd to bring tbeir Notes and Bonds. AT the KING'S THEATRE   in the Hay.Mjilet, on Saturday new. the lit of February, m\\ be ixrtorm'd a t*m Orb It 4, wK'd POLIFEMO. tit �ni Hum 10 be put ti-^eibcf. aod no l'er|uO to be admitted wi:h>ui Titkeit, which will be   a Guioc* �ich.  Oallcty )�. By bis Ma) e sty'* Command, l'rrf .iy w''�te�fr to be admitted brl'ind the Scenes. By His MAJESTY'S Cotnmjutd,- AT the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, tbi ie� 10 be put together, and no ftrfoot to ba admitted without Ttkcit, which will be dtlivct'J tins Day, at the OrSca ia C�m� Q*eb�w C fec-^oafs Cbariajf* irnfi, fhsll r�el
                            

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