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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 6, 1834, London, Middlesex                                 Wm% *   ^ ens*' Dm/,  February 4. [HIS Morningamv'd aildfiul'dthro', the Hawk, huggot, from Newfoundland.  Mo Ship in the Down*. Wind I Weft. I LONDON. I We hear that their High Mightiness the States General have prefented a Declaration to the Court pf Vienna, aod ibcr.e other Po*en, on Occafion of conunuing tor another Year their jEratnfcf to Favour of the Ae&rian Netherlands, to the fol-Mattftect: " That they were determin'd to purine the ' itjMedary Scepe far whxmaog the great Work of an Accost as/ilmiTy hwriog already green very extraordinary Prodis of m flpr iaaiLat Laboar ta that End 1 That n apparent, that � ike Uedcruioa with whici France hat afted in Germany, - tscraacetbe %Var broke ont,ii�flrir�Jy owing to their N�u- * .trafirj *. Ttat the Emperor h at prefect inr no Condition to �Aj^tbs� Patch apaaw the Progicfi. which Prance would " awftacabfy Bake sathe Nethethvod.% in CafetheTtepublick �jB^4edareagiii]fthBiaa6Chnaian Majcfty: Ttat the �� tcafeat formerly alkdg'd, were coo notorious to need Repe- i;.nar Cwtrld it be again calTd in Qutfijon, whether �|b jwprrul Majesty could have prevented a War, of �*�wktwtr th-ir High Migbtiaefles ought to interfere in' it, �a�aodoeRer^�rJ Las been had ui the idemnPremifes made : * twaahf federal Treaties r That it does not appear that the * Caioa of the Allied Powers has, as yet tum\l the Scale fo  arkf,'will make his Eicclka for the ior- tson row. of the Ci^lRt hen dat the Pedtist tebtisg to the Eltfl' ^fJamfemof'Scedaai, vZl be p:s.icn:ed' 'i*omcrjc ,. , lie hear text an Addmoa cf 5 oco      ttui he made tathc |ad-Fa7Ds�cr ti* idsiij Year.____ iweidiiy three nororiog* ohupliftsrs were detected by Mr. Uka, a liaaca-Draper tie Comei  VuichciIcr. 4pJHr*7 Sstsadiy Match S, at NcwSanun. ;Ha�, Tiiyiiay March 15, at JDbrduger. ffiiie. hlcnday hta�ch 17. at the Caflle of Taunton. fgna3, 8,1 aodiy March 24. at Launceflco. afEiettf. Fridb-y March g i, at the Guild of the City. ^Ipaafcae, the {June Day at the CaJlc of Exeter.   . '     NORTH � R N - C 1 R CUT T. ' lasiChirf ja.u:e Ha-duxk and Mr. RaxonThomplcn. K JJNYcf k,l'acia}Makh 11, at tie C uAl of the fixity. '�S^^olVcirk, ttefuncDay &t ttcCadleof York, ypajkr, Saruiiy March 2:, ax it* Caltlc of Lin cad er. Tt� hveeaag wiQ be pcrioirn'd, 4r Farj.cn Thi^tsi ta the Hat-Mabkit, -JU� CAPITAINE. &c Pit Te t� 1 s c Royal, in D�uivL*iii, WDOUNTRY WIFE, ^ffj** TKiATaf Royal ta CovtST-GAaDt--�, |SJa WIFE �J HAVE a WIFE, wijjs-a mw F�ee. t(>die Niv. TataTit ia Goobman'sFulos, iSjjf^>ER-HU$>AND, Mkh jtuffs aud lo. t t y    hughs, &oer hxd of lbs ihy-Mnrket, cj:fo/:tc High Water at LcaoWBridgt this Day, at a3 Minutri. afar 9 tn the Momiog, and at    after, c) at Night. I Yetlerday iiaaK b�uClt �i 139. India i�i aootbSea Trading Stock 81 1 half, 81, without the Dttidcw}. Old Annuities tog 3 ajhs, 105 3 gths.  Ditto New Annuities 104 1 half, 104. t 4th. Three per Cent. Annuity 93, 92 1 half. Million Rank 108. African to, York-Building* 4. Royal AffurancecA London Affuranct t a 1 8th. New Bank Circulation 51.- ict. Prem. -South-Sea Bonds 14*. Pttaa. India ditto 4U Prem. Three per Cent, uitto 2I Prem. RnglMh Copper tl.   Welmdnto Rooks (hut. SaltTauies 2 5 8ths per Cent. Prem. 'THE Annual Feajl of the SONS of the X CLER.G Y'wiUS* UU m Mtnk**r�jbri U*U m �TbrendnudU -fintt  Office, WincUeftcr-Strcet, January 31, 1734. JJOflCE is berchy given, that furfuattt to tbe ^ Order of a General Ctnrt of tbt Governor end Cf�fany of tbe Mins-Adverttttreri of Etkland, held tbt t^h Inftant^ a'Dh vidituiof ys. ftr Sbart^ttfW^Ta^^iit^aKt grvtnat this Office on the 6lb, pb, and Btb Dm of February ntxt, fhm three to fin, and afterward) on every fburfday from tbree to fix in tlx Afternoon, for Payment thereof. AT the Kl NG's THE A TR E in the X   Hay Maiket, iLii Oaf the 61b of Febru�cy,     ha A B     A     Is     L. Tickets wili be dtlber'd to the Snbftri*ert ibit DJy, at Whito't Cbtctlate-tienft in &t.yam*t'+firettr A lufficieat Guard i* �p|Minr� d to oblige retfuo* fviitty of 'em, Hnmcdiat^y iq quit the Place. . $tr>c\Ord�(*a(� aiftn oot to deliver any Bmles anJ Chflu fioax the tide-Uoardt, so J to fliui Uiew ui>e�tly. The Doors to be opeo'd at hi t an Hi>uc atter Bight o'Clock. Ilia Cuacties are defit'd to i>nt to the Hay-.vi�rket, a�2 iheCiiairs up M�rkei.Uuc Iruiatbe k��ll.M*U. Na F�rC� vhatlbcvcr can be adm'S'Sd to-*i�,th^ Haafcht&a* aha If any Sobftriber,'or;others, K*y� any Titkct* to fpare, tbey.arcdtfiVd " eonogiretbemtatlteirftttiAUt but to ilndthcm to tbe Office io the Hay-MalAci, where tb# Moocy they toli Ihs� hi muruVi, to pievtnt th�v t^linB iMp b�4",H*nd�. AT" the KI NG** THEATR Em the Haf-Mkiket, on Saturday next, the bib of ftbruary, will : peitotfo'd a new OVER*, cattf P  O  L I  F E  MO. fir and Bouts to be put cflgcthef. and 10 Fee (bo* 10 be admitted withiur Tuken, which will be  -M�i*n:c. �'h�lt � GuineseMb.  Callciy )V By bit Majesty's Command, No^ti-foD> whatever 10 tn admitctd Uhiod the Scenes. On Tuefitj the i$tb UUnt vnil , A Complete Pnvttt COURSE of HUMAN ** *N�TO.vlT� witk �! �M b��m%4Othtanow bttrnvgne** *� iM* Cv**t>* f�siiiCMa> * PA*�V>�tU b� tkarfy �xr3a�X�rth fuiabSc 05wrfmt���� o� �b� NswJ OSeannmy, By A. CHGV E T, Sm$fo*9 fit/ DtuoHti|AToi �/rAsATOM� �lSmrgtm+RnB) at hw       �< t*'aia CvL tfff'� ithr* rt^h, snsKh &Af**'* ��N tawSwas t^<�; taaMtbr Toy a� ! rilhcMn, saaSe*m**'�State.aflfcjrtfrtastis,aUulapititi with~" tb� souti Pxmt, lot',  pn'x Cospcsfea taawl V'tife, awl JacM* Coaycrt  adl�aaCrr�tCm,'atoyaawCoSSV pWskn. tsvivttksieywfariaV-. VahVl he r^A�w*� D*x ot tfetfaid PriJbo where tb� Dxtwry Kt�f�x*�Sasatly ve*�.aotirf th�Shep t>acv w^tre the T��h-Mar!c? ortsm&em ��*ai W�tlt� ifealraotlt** the Turnkey d.~#n. *ed � itb Violence om�� tbtwUvat MaUcia of tW Kef a ib� liid ibrcc r�t�u i�MTe Jto>4 fcao* Sri G�nf� fom�s t� K^boan tb*#t. 6\�. afs�� awet't the Mixm Cxff.-vhihMc �CU�  yih tnUaor, ac gferwiv'Cfcck tathn Kra.jjgyerifclr. oatysrjjAffwr*. \j\7HEREAS a Contmiffion of bankrupt flrtct in ibe r*roh uf sr. 0�_r* c fttirwl is HV**1^ to ba tMMontajr - nrattbe torh Intttof: tfcis if �o�f�ii�i5x OecsKitof she laid Ba*l� raprrasmet � , ca5prMJa�T�irHa^iok^�tr�tM a was fcceivVl ,1 cjal^^^MtoMaw^l ' �tadc#it* tberefora a pn t(^s.u vaswstt ta a �rtx*fal AA�ir*t&f �t to b: put together, and 00 ftrfno* to be admirtcd without Trtets, which will he ddiver'J iliat Day, � tte Olfica 10 C��ertt Gxn'eu TlHattC, at H*'l a Cuiaca each, t'u\l Callci] 4s-Cprkr Cslkry 3S. t  wwtci to b� admitted bjhhjJtheVctys. For the Benefit of Mr. and Mrs. COCHOY, and their Children. By tbe Company of French Comedians, AT the New Theatre in the Hay-Market* ibis Uay, being tbe 6ih ot' Febroiry, will be prefctuej a La FUle Capitaine ct Arlcquin fon Sergeant, ou La_FJUe Savante.: fbe Woman Captain and Harlequin Serjeanti or Ibe Pbilofopbical Lady. 1}"nb the Scene of he Profr/Ieur d'Amour. The rare of Le I'rotetfeof by ttr. Fr Tl>utftaj'She iv* lollaot, will be vtlcda Cootedy, call d La Vie eft un Songe i o V, Jikquin Boufon a la Cour de Pologne. to wbicii will t?� �Jdc*J, ARLEQUIN Emi>br euk de la Luns, � T Le FRANCOIS a LO N D RE S. With ci'c Vuxtt'oi the l'icnut �.41'leir.iif, by Mr. Le Sage fc>. acj MiCi Ver�=uil. - Pit �nd Boxes pjt lo�(tber at 5 a- *>. OST on Monday N%ht'-Ult, beween 1 Viae ^Ten�CU�h.ai4�Wa��i..si�MeU �N�a�Cr�ttia biTcs. Wftieewr be*femd v. mt. nriU brasa is to Mr. aiewV at-tha OiobTawl *�c ia sk*�-l�c, flHabae* TWo Cwaeaa JbrVard. aatao DROPF latt Friday Night, going from St, M>ru3*i!-Ur-w a* C*�M-|prica r^rboOc, a ��at Oss with *Ub tbefe Uttcts. J O. l.C wttf Plnin. Whocter h.. take, p; �*. and brioA it ta (s** CVCc^awfi saSt.Mtftsat-laue, ||aj| bate a^Tutaea aid a bCt Sewatd, a*U e^Q^rffciee* N.B. at*�r*-d     be ta-' 1 LOST from Mr. Sherwood's, at tl>c Sun T^aens to Kiayttois, a batt r�t titer atsa, aaatfcV J. f. i. ia a Cypher. Wts-ew* baa toosd the tu>c. mat �iUa>*� NodCa t* Mr, She. wood � '4 #r �akU. pray flop sc. aat OSf or (loin on Tucfday tlie^ixh Inftant*. , j dam the Caflte �=Jf tr* Tatca >bw Ctw/�r ot' Fetter-*n*. Hotboio. a if.nr BoacaaMa'J J.C �s��se Ct4. aai *tyob�  afcretViiTa��a. Quli Ntei�e ac the B�e1 �a" � Gcix* Rtwa�a. ac4 a� Q^cttaaw a*s.'4j cm if o?LrjJ to t* f->Ic ;r s-xwc'Jc. ra>r li'ecy a^U, awyabW t� Ur.Jsbn   i�h*�il, ty� IrX-cs-i*, 0*rcii        �J, s;ja, atswo M^athi i.1 ce5*�ie- �um wa t>�� f tbe t�j . Ttic ab ��  U� � � J bu (^c0�s�, Pajl /ir     B   A    V   11, A Good C01c.H4.ad foar able Horfcs, fefsouc tr,��.�ti�White iteit la* ta Or*j"�-U0.1a^. ^Ssaewy**..*^- ~_  a A r h, A Coach and fix Hotfo v.i!l ftrt oacTomorrow, ** trees the Wtue feeala* #?.t^;:i/, t�y * J. Mu'Jins. Al ihsafostUti t-j� t� "> he i.li * fut r�i../wwti. � a^iiMtw fljri, i*ru;.i rfiJi**, ijr'a asayVjJ. TTFJE bciMCanreroury'B RAVV'lSi' continues" u te kti. tl 11. 6 M. ttt. ��*> %be tA�Hen-Draptr*Si f^'eoMd.,   

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