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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 30, 1834, London, Middlesex                                fiftrJay arriv'd all tbe Mats due ftm Holland, ;    .      France and Flandett. Deal, January, 28. HIS Morning cane is, Ids Majcftys Ship Roebuck, and faiCd for the Nore. Came dawn and remaio, Goldfboroogh, Dak, for Cadiz j John and Mary, Bull, for Prance.  Wind N. W. LONDON.    ^ YcRerday's Letters from Vienna confirm what we meiuk)QM. fame Days ago, that the Einperor bad declar'd to trrtaim Powers. " that it will be to * aoPnrpofe to endeavoor at a Sufpennon of Amu, if tbejr MQaaot affaft: themlelves of procuring an intire Padfka- * tjen: That the Expenceis the lame, whether ha Troops are * ich has thrown the Vatican Into a KrribfcPanjck. UweaTka refufes to admit the Archbifhop lately nam'd by OtPopetotheSee oi Naples.   His Holinefi Jiop'd to avoid matt Importunities with relation to Hon Lewis, wf.es be "t aim a Bull to uke what Pcnfion hcplcas'd out of the iocaaeioMheSec of Toledo; buttleK&gretarn'dttun-S*1 *na W ?tJU>a�juamt the pl0p5e. " that they moft not FaihKtaf Iflbe Male> from W� Lorduip � ms C6uSd-Gettru� the Hon. Mr. Gadofphm, S*n to the lite Dr. Godolohia Dean of St: Paufc aid ProvoS of Eaton OoOegr, who htetV married the lady BarbmBeatiack, Daoghter to the tounttft of Pott-land, a^AoMrahtsGrawrJtf DoJte. > The Family takes its Sirnaitre from GodoTphin 1 Hill ttt Cornwall, famoai for Store of Tin Mines t but much more noted for its Lords, wbofc Vsriaes for many Ages nave fhone as emiarat as their FamBy is atraVat. Godolplun, in the Dia-left of Cornwall, figniocs a white Eagle, which h the Arms of the Family. � Vefterday came oa at Cterrwariurt-Hall the EteQka of a Clerk for the raid Cooapaay, which was decided by fiattotttrtg: There were nine Gaadaftatn te die Place, ti*. Mr. Akehurtt, Mr. Andraws, Mr. Burchall, Mr. leolrins, Mr. Langmore, Mr. Lechmclc Mr. Mason, air. Pollard and Mr. Skitmer ; and after having beta Uric* got up, and the Number reduced to Mr. Andrews and Mr. PUfaird, the hater, who wa* Clerk to the late Mr. HeiaMd, was on the  e fame tin� for the CboiiriesciAliddMfataBd Umbridge, and for the Borough oi" Portlmoath, andmadehisEkakwforPcflurionth. ' JoluiOrkbar, EJn and the Horn Mr. Letgb, have declined tlieulnoatMiaofbcnigCaisdsdatm lot the County of Bedford in tbe room of Mr. Spencer 1and we hear that Sir Rogtr Borgorga, Bart, will becbowawtriKart Oppofirjon. Thore are thirty Periuons already prcknted to the Hon. Houfc of Commoos, on account of undue Elecliora. The Right Hon. the Earl of Ilay. Brother to bb Grace the Duke of Argyll; who has boen d^ii�aouu> iOof a Fever, bfo well reeoverM that Yeftcrday he was abroad. Ycfterday an Account came from Bath, that on Monday Night tbe Right Hon. the Lady Torrragtott, Annt to the Earl or Bradford, lay at the Pomt of Death with the Dead Palfey. La" Week died at Edinborgh, iu tbe 71ft Year of hu Age, Sir Hugh Momgomery, oTacclmurly, Bart. We hear bis Honour devolves upon Wal�r Montgomery, of Kirktoanholm, Efi|; now Sir Wafer. ,   '    . ^-rt7""r �":"r:^Tvr Tlsr Charles, Capt. CurrJt, late Btowi^buL from Jamaica bound to London, was lofi^on the Coail af Normandy in the Storm on the 8th Iatant; rhe Crew were aB nv*d, and fome Cotton and Elephants Tekthi Two or rJoce Slops arc lott on tbe Ceaft of France, bound to Ireland. * Vefterday Morning died at his Horde in Fleet Or**, Mr. Clark, a very eminent Attorney at Law. The Rev. Mr. Edwards b choien Curate of St. CWfncnt Danes, m the room of Mr. RichaitBuw deceas'd. - The Rev: Mr. Warren, Son of Dr. Warren of Bow, fuc-cerdsMr. Bagfhaw deceas'd, aa MinUlet of Hampfhnd. Laft Sunday a Sermon was preach'd at the Panfh Church of St John Wapping, rrxomrncarlrng tire new Settlement of Georgia i and on Sunday rwrt the Rev. Dr. Warren will preach a Sermon at the Parifh Chorch of St. Andrew Holbom tor the same purpofe. _1 . " ' Siimtmqb, Jam, 22. Lait Monday the AfEtir of the Riot at Stirling came on before the Lords of Jo&kjary, and the fame was argu'd by learned Lawyers on both Sides for upwards of four Hours. Their Lordfhips direfled Informations to be given in againft that Day three Weeks.   V I High W�m at lVrmdon-Bridge this Day, at $3 Miiiutes j after 3 m the Morning, and at 10 after 4 h} the Afternoon. Vefterday Bank Stock was 139. India 144 without the Dividend. Sotth^TfadittgSaxi8j 1 ath, for theOprn-ing. Old Aanuirja 105 > half. DatoNewAnamnea 104 3 8ths. Three per Cent- Annuity 9a 7 8ths a 3, without the Dividend. Uilhoo Bank _ao8-African 20. Vork-Buannags f> Royal Affurance 06, without the Dividend. London AfStraoc* ii 1 8th, New Bank Ci^rAilation 5I. 13s. 6d. Prem. Somh-$ea Bonds 31.15s., Prem. MKha ditto 4L is. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto at js. Presa. Englifh Copper zl. Welfb ditto Books fhut. Salt Tallies 2 1 half perCenrVPran. - � , ^ ildmiralrjr-Office, 24 Jan. 1734-5. rjtf regard feveral Men belonging to bis Majcfly*s -f Shift im St*-P*j t kmu, turvt t*ta frrvtmttd iy %*i Wtttiher, �r ibir lmfe�mta!s, im-rttmrmtg te tbtir Duhktbt Ttmt Umitud by bisMmjtfo's latt R^alPriUmmtim', tURight Upn. rhr htri* Ciufffimuri tf tbt Aimrtkj Jk btrtbj rtv* No/ia. that if fid Mtn at mrt A ftijhu viiU rtpmr �* hard the Stifi vuitrrti ibej ttfraiwh btUmg, hy t btfirt tbt temtb Ttbnutji tbt Rt wibitb may bavt Day tf tbt mtjft Afsatt>,~i*i�g (xtrnftua^oimft tbtir Homu im tbe B'mb tf tbt fali SbifiT, trill bt take* tf, amdjhtj be etmtimmd im Wagtt j but tbat fab tf item at dam* ritmrm tt tbtir Dtty by tbe Timr^bfftrt uemtitrnd, valim* miy firfai oil tbtir Tax, bit be f^fttttttdat Ptfirttn fttm bit Afajrjlft Service, tutleji it Jball bt faeb Men at bave ,u-_: ---j--,----- -r -.     ---------,------. bad. tr ma/ baix Leave fhm tbtir Caftaimt, ttr ttbtr futerier lh ___ � -     -   Etfl-tntiia-Houfc,    Jan. YHECenrtpfDireSsrs tfjte United Cornet tfMtnrlamt if �m;Lutl trading t, tbe Safilntitt, imttJ. t�g. Here* a Urge T*# Bmll�f$ hr Wartbmfj bt Ftmfrre*. /htetr^ trreby giw Nttict � ficb JVVew* it tm-vdOmg m d�t ia Cowm a�rd�i Th��ire, at Half a Oubt�aath. itaoftlteir** Upper Oalloy 2 s. �
                            

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