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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 4, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The  Daily Advcrtifer. Numb. 1154, T IT E S D A Y,   F e br u a r v  4,   i7?4� 4* ktt 4� �ft *f Wife m m it �f ihr ST a. id * (:: ir, br Deal,  February 2. AME down this Forenoon, Elizabeth and Milictnt, Smith, for Antigua ; the Charming Sally, rain, for Jamaica, who fail'd thro* without llopping (or his Letters.   Arriv'd. Gilc*, Scoit, from Maryland. No Ship in the Downs. L O   N   DON. Yrilerday arriv'd  the Mails from France and I-landers, but brought no one Aitic!c ol Impound; cither iiom AtCtSKt; Pr Arrows of the fcvcral Tower* who have Parts itte prefent Scene of Aflion. Anfcxprcis arriv'd Vedcxday from I rancc, wrtJrAdv.cc that Ibrr.Anoe, Princely of Ncvvburg. fail Queen Dowager oi' tJL'hf at the point of Death at her Rdiikncc. in the City yQyone inGafcony. She was Widow of Charles II, by '-^at^-vhdt Will, Philip Duke of Ahjoa, the prefcnt King, kidO*'!*1 to the Crown, in Oppofition to the prefent Empe-isr. Her M*Frty " m t!,c' ^7lh * car �* ixi ^&**� an^ nas jnaiWidow 35 Years. Her Party had a large Share in the g^oTOtot during the greatcft part or' her Hufband's Life, in) brinj a German, it was generally thought her Intcrcil �ti!dJs�"rc fecur'd the Succcfiien to the ArdiJuke of Aufliia, UzitpOT'dothcnvife in the Event. The Death of thi* Princeis is cxpcQcd every Hour, and we lar the Court will renew their Mourning on this Occafion tasatdiittly after the Queen's Birth-5Jay. TtKte is another Queen Dowager ol brain rending in France, f> irig Garden. A. B. 'V>e Creditors are d,/irdlo bring their Sotes and Minds. AT the KING's THHA T R E in the Hay Milker, coTliUuJ.v ncitthe"tf Ii >t february, will t* B A Tickets vi'J be itelhtr'd to the iabf:riltTi Tomtnov, at Ktiti't Cbocetatt-Hwh i" .\t. '/jmei'i-JIrm. the KING's  IHtAlRE   in the iu�-,vf�iket, (hn d��. bcmn t'-e 41.1 of Ft'briu'f, wi I be perfoi.n'd. a re� Ol'bHA,  cal.'d P  O .. L. I   F  E   M   O. Pit and Ro*e� to fje put cngeihcr. 'ird mo ftribm 10 r� adrnir'ed without TKke!�, which will tv dcii*tr'd Hii* Day, m the oirke :u iht lU(-.\iaikrt. � h�!' a (xiinc'each    Cillery  ini�tfr being the 5th ol le'.'iuiry, wiit fx- jirelcotej a new Ti4�C(iy, tali'd GUSTAVE   VASA: O   It , Gustavus the Great\ King of Sweden. (jull ivus. Mr.LeSagc; |uu. Clirillietne, K. ot Denmark, (VfV. Vcrixuii ; Ficlv-iic. Mr. l.e S.^e, ten. Cilimi,t, Mr UclTcftmR.>.u>.^h:, s�i Putwfl'm ; Ai.'eUidc, Mr;. IVmpre ; Lconor, Mtt. Vctoim, ) So^iijc, Mi.. Lc S.Gf. flO. T� which will be added. Harlequin and Scaramouch Dejerters. Wiih feie. al hmcruinments of Dtnci.g, ptrtaCuUrlT a net Oti�, cil' S The Shephc.i and Sheplicr.lif� by Mr. (iranicr md M And on 'V>u>Jtliiy next, far the lletiijit of Mr Co-bo; Cochot and then Children, will be fiejented La Filkr Capitain.-, b' ' >>it ul- I Y >i�>. M�. liud.i . f:d* 41J V, ;. iU lire    , i-iuili, A.r  |!c*if. Wiih bni'.-rtiinmenis of Oancioi;. as will beeiprcf^'d 111 ilietni's. Tu wtwch will be iJJcd * Ijio'cIi)n- I aoi.�m mi Ii tciuuniKiu. c.ii'd C o 1. o m b 1 n t   Court e z..a_m_,. Boxtit^s.    Pit ll.    Fuji CiViry 2 i.    L'/{*r Ga.Zry li !'. iti� (o he 1 ktn �    !.e AiJ.>w (. > i.V, Uoi Kct^. 1, in i.t l'U(l> ul"e l-.lfji�e.-  Tn.k.tt> dciuer'J >. utl'jr .1 c 2d i'*ir ol Ki.g li.uijf I .. �t.. be Toin �r >>�. Air liy1' burntly bop 1 bn Frier.di git tccpt cf tfv Hay of Kia/_ h J-j'rf* lb- In d. Atr.^.wn. fry ttjjua '/ /� ijh J i.tfjr. bt"-4 in*Jt*lu of' f.'t fanning ruifij'J i.u be itomif'i) If lit l.tm. !,*teau cuf. Notice is Hereby gircn, T* al! t't Cefrr/fgrJr*t-3ltt*t'tft t-f tie tteet^atttt Seeuti in Sat.'arJ fcr f^tgf'tng Chid tan Knewh/gt, ihit tieir ***itrte>h. (r�r,r,t/ S!tfti itiHtst! E R D A t v   Sloop, M, ROT T "7be T vln RicharJ  I'owlcr,  Commander, gAl FS on Thurfday next, o> w lyini; �r St. Kj.hciin  Ci >.>d\ ni V-AnX*'*' ""1 lfit1 '* tiie Djith k *i t�tluu({c'I'in M.idin 1.1 llesrujolc, o� m |bc lit, iun, b.)ih i" S"i' ii'"> jIC/ icir 1 ttiaujje ; a�J    Mr. liliiJj'� oc* 1 tike in e Willi �. U c   a (!� 1        in J A.i/j. tt u^. er-ii^n. John Twyuian fir the Mu U>! h 'day tic Fifb-ilrett, � ^Courier ut �>).> cf J-'tbruary, at five ui lie ir.,- Diii^ijl's Laboratory ;  I'lybtK on An-jr to.    a.It fe ^ i y\..p.t le(luf  *�u !�!.>.< ��l;/;Jrr, unii Fakement in To   be    S F F. .�/: toe Black llrfe won toe Stmtl'tiAd, \ Large  black   E I .K I'll ANT,   brou� *  V o�c !�( t.'v.-t. iljii'iucl li >i!i '- v>i-fl "... >>!.ip L.tbica. 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If any fert.-. !>�� biuij ihe Utnc. attJ wilf I r.ng il.cm 10 '.ba.'wc i'� C iT.-.'-h.ufc- bti.i.rf :Uz l\Jita-%-, or t*n j.fmt.-: lf,c I'crfun ihn bx\ It ,i > t'- J-   I if, lhi:l b*�e Put c.ui:.ej� Kiw �fd,t�(iic. thtU iior-ey �J mi, 11 ihey h��c butj/'-.i. ci'S�h .\t,'�. y ot lixni. a Haikne'y Coach on Saturtiay ujr �''k. vp   hi b*in, 11.1 I'oi'ij - f* a �'j�: > t'n a 1-rg ij.jlj lu-^u, vnti �.He Stiny i I ttctiiiW* Ji i Or p'j c t-a eJ o.rit. W-ix*.rb i vs't ... :it. I.. a. t, ur � 11' > , vt vd.o'a, pray l!jy i:       rf.ii� th>il (.it te ifec liiin-: Ki� iti. Y. F T in tfir iv'> of J J �tnr g .r en, n~i i i   OS J ��th^-^iiu �,i A^mttfy, from rnr Rig'ht . t-*\ l I i, i- "� i   i " �*� l�,i"�e. a fin if ��.b'*b. lo:i*|c', S ji anJ y.i|>. ibe  e^f �.� '1 a* tn.'.mj 4 �!u!c, before, t-ie.e! i" '� "�-�. a'j.i b�� b.cu ul:d i  Jn*. Wb tier P��e� N^in* oi be �<� el.i.: It rlr I  J'iSo a  ai l.c tt.^y He bid J;,*iu. fli"l a i.U'^* Hc�iri) a:.! 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