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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 3, 1834, London, Middlesex                                HI it ,5 the Da% . Advdftlfer. Numb. 14 si. MONDAY,  February        1734. II v i I u f. k W ^ arrived /rw� Frx*ce and FUnJen. -     -1 � �...*�'� fParJhw, January 19. I HE Anniversary cf the Kift� a�J Queen's Coronation was cbrciv'd lastr the Day before Ycikrday wufe great Magnificence. Ttitir Maj-tf fr� ataitai at the Ye Dram, watch was fiicg eo that Occafion, uixTcr a triple D.-f charge of the Aitrlfcry. Tfcere was fteiwatds 3 grand EuKruiasscn: at Court, to which all Persons of Di-iliuflioo were iariicd. About Five in feEvtniog. the Company, drclt in MaKprfade Habits, met ktbe Qsetns Apartment, and kdmn to pby as triml as toon � her Majrtty had began hex Party. TTay irjh>giufli'd.i Apr Majeftte repaired to tapper, and tbe roodt jjftL,Hh'd }|M|ocs of botb Sexes call Coo, to dtttreamc tEcbof them ibould be of the Thi�ty-two who writ to lame ftr Honour of lining at the Kuig's Table, � alio � bat I1 tare* ^rtfljOttldtake ; the reft were diitriootrd at otbevTabler. Tke {�pKT was extremely Magnificent, and as tbuo as it �as�n, ScUmpsnywithdrew to the BiB-Rcvn. "and their Majjd�ts WJ (tie Ball With a Dance aW the Pcirffc Fafbstra. and wmfoUoWed by the fixtren Co-jples who hid the liceoar to to with them. Their-Majcfliss mirM about balr an Hoar sjcrTwelvr, and the reft ot the Cjpmpany tocuaved tie Bail tB Three in the Morning. JW, Jo*H- WindN. N.        The two Ships raeo-tjta'd Xertttday arc failed ti:U Atotting.   Came du�n fcxer my H tad felled, Arrrj', Newman, tor France; Eaprdascs, Wfct, fer Genoa ; Hannah, B-.nnt, rcr Ncwtt^aai ;] )aapty> Denn, for Leghorn.   Lai Night came �&�m and I idtl thro'dirtclly, London, Dover, fc* Jamaica.  AorsVd, | Bnaer, Newell, tram Cheiier.  Dud, Ftb.1. Wind N. W. Came down tat* ifonaEg and Ida) thro', George, Sharp, for Barbadco; Suctcs, "Aass, W the HaVerford-Weft, Brown, bah tor Dublin. LONDON. : 0* Letters from Germany by the late UaSs advifr. that |ht Eprperor is preparing to open with Vigoer tne^enfieng tomgnat that Count Konigfcgg is to retorn to coatsaaid the Amy la Italy, but to Cake the Bavarian Cant ia his way ; Ak Prince Eugene purpoles to repair early ta the Rc� : tsat the IfcpesiaT-Anny will be nocoo Men tlroogv 6orCo vkKci to be Cavalry ; that the City of Menez � piz isco a pcdSoiecf Defence, and the Ganifca aujrcoriKd ; t&aitt&e Exchange of Frifoners has been cosnpfeccd at Crach&i m the DCtml 5ati>lai"U( n of both f:iks; ihaz the Ftrecit dtreacui n> jfpearcatly in the Field, an J to begin l-clr Operanoas witn (htSJegoof Bruac, and I'tibourg. The Talk of Mr. Robinfon, bis Majrth V Miniuer at Vien-m, being ordcrM to Munich to fecond the Etnperor's Negccse-domwitri the Eleclor ot Bjvaru, ugoocctt; aad *ub Exrw tud, BK hi) Exceile'ncy is going to execute a Comm-ttiio of grett laportiDce with the Di:t ct Kaufbon. rSrvtnl Con'crtnLr�iiave br eo held brely at t&e Iroprrlil Cuorr, for icdiefliiig the Diibrders occauoa'd by the asx&ay Troops in their Winter Quarters. The Fio&ua and Dactiih tlhafitrs conflantly attend thel'e Conferences. ~l Twy write fiom Poland, that CoinrniflkisAn areajijsottsed  the put of King AuguJUw and the Ru:!bn G^cerali. to &tzJe �kb the Crown /Jrmy the rcrmi of ttor ^cfaini&on. The 'CoBoitions they require are (aid to be a G^neraTs ^caff btk ftbtin of Kiovy tlieir Leader, an ircr�ed�=tr Difosaigf of all Arrears due to the Officers and Soidtcrs, aed aa A  * f is maarL'd, t&aithc ttait;*nce� from Drcfdcn iince the King's Depart arc flea Po- - httl, amount already to two mulroes o� t-loriss. The Ring of Prutfia has intirtty recovei'd lis Sleep ;cd his Appetite: His Majeily hasorder'd hb tneStable if Ilcssn nhedifocsfd of, and ij dcuirain'd to drUnoag; the breectie w?_V5B4jaf Horfes in his Temioriis, bat fuca ai art �1 &ct jua Troopal - They "give a long account from Korngfterg, of rise tf5wi�J �Miner in which one of King StanilLth\ Cocctt;ri ci&lsa^ (*� Birth-Day of the Prince Ruyal ot PtuiLi ; cocxe were ab.�c #0 of the Polifh Nobility prttcnt, the La�ru^prEe� a&J she Wwere the mod magnincenr that on be ima^in'd, *&s tfcc Wtllaii concluded with drawing a Lcnerf, each, of rise CfB^any having a Ticket gratis, and the Proes, Tcyi cs a P7 Cmlidcrablc Value. The Emperor on the otfer hand i. fendinr an A.aiaStj!cir &>  "�plinifM his Prufiian Majrtly .tljjAlliance between bLn&If, trat Pnnce ard Kirg As-Iff*i�9i^fe1a1d that the Liter is v. Utr.g to RacuKe u t&t Si� of PiuUia ^| l>jCtcnticns to tr..- Diuchiss-td! B*x*,*ti * Jaliers. ---- ' llJ^LS,Me�of Holland have eiVrti Order? for 3 firrv.-y to he wr ltfPtheSta!e �' tkciI -^Lgaaoes atd Arrlaal>. j>, te4�r Supplying (uch Quantities oi Arms. Ammutt-tiua ajsJi-fro- � may he iwcel&ry in a!! Event?. FAB ^tne Hi4hne!* th� of O.an-je � fo&anit'J is 'ntfltnd { but having cua:zary WuuL, asd oa caasmduuiy Wcttber, fcecoxM not Mch Harllngeh. the Port Where he cfaaSy boded, bat was obtig'd to go On Shore at a Place almoft 40 Miles diiant from Lewarden. The Marqoii deSt, Giilrs, who is lately come to refidc at the ILgue, wrth the Character of Arnbaittddr Extraordinary frora the King of Spin, had an Audience of her Royal High ndt rJbc Princeis of Orange very foon after hit Arrival. Tne Froteilants ot I ham have obtainM a Confirm* tion of all their tenner Privileges. The Primate has at lail fent his Crol's-Bearer to make (omc Propofitions to the Court of Warfaw. Cardinal Albrraei has declin'd being Prime Minifter td Don Carlos. Scsrcof the Jefutts in China having difoblig'd the Emperor, dhbty of the fifty MiHionaries in that r.mpitc arc banifli'd, and their Convert* under a terrible Perftcution.  Aeflerday being Candlemas - Day, and the laft "Day of Cuiansiu, the Kn ghttCompantMu of the morl Noble Order of tne Gaiter, ThiitJe and B. utTbc. - Yesterday the Right Hon. the Earl of Wnldcgrave went into wakitg, su oce of the Lords of the Bed-Cltamucr tb bis Ma- Tbe Rlgbt Hon. Sir Robert Walpole, wliofe Gout return'd on Friday Evening, was bit Night fo much better, that he hops to go Abroad Totnoirow or Wednefday. ^Ilaibonle Lnckyn, Bart. Bnnner to tne Lord Vifcount Giim�on, tsvery dlat hisSeatinUilex. By tbe Death of the Right Hon. the Lord lainfdown, ^ Pennon ef 1000L per Annam reverts to the Crown. Laft Santrday died id the 75ihVear of her Age, at her Hpufe at Batterlea, Mrs. Bra&tt, Rclicl of tbe late Capr. Brafiett, who had the MLfonanc to be call away with Sir Cloudefly Shovell. His Royal Htgbnets tbe Prince of Wales has been pleafrd to appoint William Sytnons, of Halt, in the County of Cornwall. E4q: to be Sncriff of the laid County. On Friday bit a Person who goes by the Name of Capt. Bsa^tnaw, was committed to tbe Gateltoufe by Jultice Hilder, for defiaadio^ a Ho�er in Southampton-Succt of Stockings to tbe Valceo! a|L Tne taaae Day one CoUios was committed to the faid Goal, tor committing a Rape on a young Woman at Ivy-Bridge in tic Strand. On Satsrday UH one Mrs. Carter was unfortunately run over by a Hackney Coach in King-Street, Wcllminller, and toad bcr.h bet Legs broke in a miferaole Manner. Ltceis tocrn Paris of the aSth ot lail Mouth, N. S. mention, tbax a few Days before arriv'd there from Italy the celebrated ExgliJh Ooculul, Dr. Taylor; and Ycllcrday Morning thac was pabloVd a Treatife on the Difeafcs of the immediate Organ of iSgbt, written by this Gerulcman, and dedicated to \U&�sn *sf the Royal Academy: The Subject ofthis Tica tsk ii toureJy New and Curious. The Succcfs of Dr. Taylor fcu been fo very extraordinary in his Progrefi in Italy and trance, as to encourage aknoli every Univccfity he has pafs'd tbraagia, to recehe him of their Faculty of 1'hyficians, and puticdarly tharoT Bale in SwifTerland, which, as he pais'd �W!Kga rtat Coantry, conferred on him ihei>eereesof DotTor ef Pbysitk. *Tb laid he leaves Paris in a few Days, and proceeds liccogh Holland for London. This Evening will be psrfbrm'd, At tLe Fkckcu Thjutrs in the Hay-Market, La DOUBLE INCONSTANCE, &c. A: tie Th � a t it Roval in D* u a y - La n e, Tbe TENDER HUSBAND At tbe T�iATee RtfvAt- in Govest - Garden, libe DRUMMER, with a new Earce, call'd The Toy At tbe New Theatre in Goodman's-Fields, Tne CARELESS HUSBAND, with Joprrta and lo. rfy> Wjctt at London-Bridge this Day, at 29 Minutes siftx? 6 sa tbe Mctming, and at j7 after 6 in the Afternoon. SanuTd&y tank Suck was 139 1 half.   Inda 145 with-oui tic Dividajd. , Sautfc-Ssa frading Stock 84. for the Open-u.%   OL3 Aaauiica 105 7 8tlu.   Ditto New Annuities 104 s bree per Ceot. Annuity 93 a 1 8th, without the Timrm BANKRUPTS. Abraham EccH late of the ParifiS of Lambetn, in tnt County of Surry; Titnber-MerchAat. Richard Brathwaite, of the Parifli or Sr James's, Wtftinia-ftcr, in the County ot Middlefcx, Coach and Coacn HanttaV-Makcr. ~~ THE Annual Feojt of the SONS of the x  C LE TIG Y null b, btU �r Mmb**t*jkftlMI im SbrtadKhJli-jirttl 41 ^ittr/Jaj itt tjri /jgfatf. Ticktts ma* fa k
                            

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