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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 8, 1834, London, Middlesex .... mm ii ......nmi III i ..a mi i [i n i ' � , , i. �_ SATUkDAY� .FiikUAKY ft, 1^34. _-__- '-* � - . � . ��. -__t____,____ Interne, January 20. |H'E Jcfuits in this CXrjr have tecehM Advice from China* that the Emperor ^IhrtjCqmiitricohtiboes tooppote the Pains that the Miflkeuries take tOCOtt- ven the Chinefe from their Idoktry. All the Jefuiti that could be found, who were crnploy'd in the different Provinces of the Empire for the Convrrfion of the People,: have been baniuYd, and their Profdyte* committed to Prifon, .^^dwith gRitCroclr/. TheJefaio begg'd Leave to ��fethcPI*ct, where there was Settlement* of Foreign B Accordingly the City of Csntonwat affipVt them, mnJmj * Ctdlege. After a abort flay tbcrc, they t&tt& *v/depatt, and go to Macao, a Sea-Port belonging 'i*Brtuguefc. Thefe fixite* are abbot Thirtyin Nan-.J,ft^ art ooo^et ActtAtionj brought againft them, �_JsW�w�mgtoo mock ZeAlapply'd inemfelves to liilaVw *}MCb Jefous, fix Portngpefe, three Germans, and fgjkdjnttrt. It U added, that during the Time of the i*c Provincea, the Chinefc Monarch honour'd UthtSeantht AfbbnesojcalLecoues of the Jcfoiaat 9_r ^ 1 39. The 17 French De&rters who bad i Oattrtaia'd in toe. Oarrilbn of Belgrade, and form'da far cleaning into Torky, in order to difcover to the "ate of the Town and iorFatifiatkmj, W ovef at dead of Night, and dropt from the Height of pJdTcalar tap) the adjacent Plain, which, they all any Accident; they then fbrm'd themfelves Jatoa chofe an Officer to head them, ia order to appear ient fbnt out tootatheQarrifon, and prevent liilheConntry;bet their Flight wydiicora'd before ^tdaOompair/ of Haflta f*ntaftertiem, � Thenfwrrebnt20000haft Year, iron Vienna mentioa, that the Empress Amelia of r. Dowager of the late Emperor Jofcpb, and fecond tola* present Britaoaick Majetty, a Lady of the mod Companion and Charity, ha� lately feat a large Coverlets to Lombardy, tor the Ufe of the German thJscoMScafao. Her Imperial Majefly hat feat alto Quantity of Linnen for the Ufe of the Irifurnaric* 1 to-%irji Bandages and Lint for drcfCbg the wounded Men, lis and her Ladies hail made w�h their own Hands.'' Tide icttrta add, that Prince Eugene** Equipages were to iwonifbr the Rhine about the End of this Month Grace the Duke of Bedford, at his ia Bbonifbury-fquare, with the utmoft Splendor and 'eence.- # " :"" ��� ��� .:.-r fime Day both Hoofes of Convocation met at Weft-Ind the Lower Houie pre We hear that by the Scheme publiJh'd for promoting the of oar Woollen Manufactures, a legal Method is fix'd (Hakuw off a good Part of the irifh Wool at the tonunon ,|A � y to bu Majtjlj; ami that in tit Ajtamot j>*V Arc. Mr. S\apfiit, fuliadury of Lincoln, and Rtdor of tjflV** f*Kt ^'!' I"*** S/rmsm iviU he frtacBd at tbt Parijb .T^ySt. Mary Magdalen Btttoendjtj, for tie Btmfil af 50 ,"J��W ip Git/t biicnvitgJt tl-at Parijb ; that m the Mining Xlgbt tttv. Failtr in GoJ NicbaJji lird Bijbaf tfSt. jQ*' i tad ibat in tbt Afu>r.i:n bj tbt Re-V- Dr. Ban man, ^QvifSt'Jndrru Undfrjibafi, W/VAVio ef Eaton College. , JW�U. In IburjJaft Puptr, ,a tbt ft ft Midi ef buidxi T��~m tO-a That is, rted That 1; u : Jedi* Lint j:j, that a few Conquefls, uad and. j4a� a. ^ *^*>'* Evening will be perform'd, ^Snrn-c'iTiciATM in the Ha r-Mar t it, OritA of POIJFKMO. w THiATsr'RoyAi. in Duviy-Lanc, AwEK, with CotosiaiH* Covhtizax. to* Thiath Rpyal fn Covsnt - Ga uden, l*Ta of ScariN, the Tov-Siior, and the Ram High W�w �a UmkmMigt thm Day, at no titer tt-tatt^to^ - - - * ^ Yttte+f BaaH filack wm i)S 7 Itha, 119. tadat 144 | 1 half. SonthSmTradraw Siacfc It 1 4th, a 1 half, wng^j �ri the Dmdend. Okt Apiajfjai 10c 1 half; i $ StlaW Ditto New Aamaatia 104V 4th, } Stha. Three par Cent. AnaMfry 9a 1 4th. Milhon Bank 108. African xo. York-Buikiings4. Royal Afiaraace95 I hott Ixa4w Affkaact 1 a t 8th, a,t 4th. New Bank Caitdafion jt tja. Pram. South-Sea Bonds 3I. to*. 3L Ss. $1 tOs. Freaa. India dkto 4L is.nL av Pica. Three per Cent. Ann aL n. Pram. Bnglift Copper si Wdfh date Itaoks ftat. Sah TalCcs a s 8tha per Cent. Prem. v* 'THE Annual Feaft- tbc SONS of the X CLERGY ��V * Ud mMiKkaX^'&jlmUall so Ql^h^N^m^^md mjbt Hatfmm+Tmvtn ^.B.Smfmrdinvt^wt^firATtmVtmfidmg. Before the Service the Overmreot Efthcr. Mr, HandeTs Te Deem in A-re. Hislobilate; theCorontrion Amhem, (ndSaved*Ktm 1 and after Sermon* a New Anthem by Dr. Green will be Vocally and Itatrunsenrafly perform'd. TbeRehearlalwfll b� at St ptaTs Cathedral on T�fiky Uu: 11 thInflant. ........ ..^r..� %> -\ , . The Doors waibeopetfdatTen ia the Morning. "51--* ' ' ' � Vote ani iHter^k are humbly TH OMAS W&XttK, /'. (CiTixisi and Wbavbe ) *b,m*jfib, Mt-Cmnw^mtCi^mth.StmtfJ^. tbomas ydmfia dtctasd. htmaf & a Trader fry r oc��xtli. Gallery $v By bit MaJlSTT*' Ctnmamd, Wo fttCms whatever t� ba arfwiftH hthwd if Soaca. ft btzia at Six dO�L By the Company 0/ French Comedians, AT the New Theatre in the Hay-Market, 4A (ASlc^y pest,-tl� lOUi^ r r Trat^Cmac^r, �iU*d SAMPSO N, Judge ef Ifrad. - To �hich �Ul be added, Le Carillon de Motor* Gervaife & Dame dflijbu. Dane Akfen by Mr. Fraa�s>c anawhlt'4 Witb fivtrat EnttrtatMnumtt if Damciuo^ To begin at Six o'dock. No rcrfon* 10 be ��aaUt�l iam tbc Boxe* witkaiit Tkketi, wbicH win beVcliver'd at the Bat of OVrncsfreu )*. cash. Pit )�. Oal.l*. Pjacs* for the Boacaasay ba okca at air. Friboonj's, aicrcbaH of Rappee-Soef; at thefaUTbeatTe. No ftrtv to beaantcwd btbisil thr Keaca, awe nay HootJ to be rPMfpM atcr t�c i^akiadra�ft'ay. HEREAS the Houie of Thomas Downs, _ Gtorer, fa tatbcr&^^ftnet i� Badb0;FicU*j wa* broke opto " tbc tcttof thrMvi M. D. one larje O^rTea-tet* one Copptr l*r. owSaucrpan. tbrca Erala Caadkfttcks oett of thcai gar. SaoftmaadStsasi, ieliU tod UiKir, ooe Fe�tcr Tea-pot. ooepair of Sfaacrt. two Sbitu, one Shirt, oneCaoabkt Gown, ooftHat.�w*nsyOaaeoof Jar|eGiihSMi* Gtoftf, a boot thirty Doaaw of Mm, is* rjczea of Unxtueb l op�.foor Ddv� of Woaaan*. aoi ai^hicat pair of Woaaeos aikrea*; all the Gtoie* err* � aitddltfts roMb-houfc. St Jaaan'i-Maikct, u eat from hi* IW M��a'. Houie oa WciacCtay UorrJ>^ UU, bout Sis o'clock. takk� with hira fevcsal Ttwg*.�� btack V�;�ctWaitt^ ciai. yeUow Paaoatay Waittcoat. Tabic CUwhi. �u4 feteral other Thiot* ; whoever can (rive lcfar*�*iion, (o thai una faid Pcicr Suveiy �oyb* braofiht to Jotliu*. (bal hav� Ojc Guaoea Jtcwa'd i *~ tvy pcfCn caa (tveaoy Aooactcf bim. gi�cNX-�c at the itacc *hjw�-�nentioa'4. N. �� H colour aVwbWbrcarleii Coar. _,- it --- w WHEREAS William Bates, about 16 Years or Age. of a browa CoaaoktMo. Mbmtua Ituat&li frooa *�y Service the xSlh of laawnry US. ckw u toSMwarooU r�cpic Ikhd. hirbourtaa or accp�c bioi lixm aaejofcoh Coy. of CooW* B>Ji 4 ���*��� anker, tcrf #s>ua>W4 to toe asy otidy that ft�h detaio hi-to oiaaua Sexruy of tk*ta�> _ , SCOTS-HALL li BUd^Bjm, Ltmkmt fik $, 1734-5, HE Qjjtrterly Oenertl Meeting ofH-x Tlj^mm^ijjmmaaima^m\^%dtmmmj^ma^ am# atkam ^^^^^gmMMmit^nt fkV^aSnati aa^adh^. J"i-fttOte.DoaotiMSotmeiWf^ ^ rba Hoax dots aot .hfeklTto aa^esSlfiMwe totht ^^^^^^^^ f EFT in a Hackney Coach on SattiriaV hJ H*�i�Bof Jaaoaty kJr. that teak �twofli rkJasn mmttiL totHiaTaMioa fc^dho*. a Cnaa wM> a lent Ooii MaaATwah tta \4ONKY lent on Moagn^ of Xwidt. a9)f NATHAN I It SHtPMR p, Artopwy at law,' - . . / MamfrB-Stmt, Gmdomti'fiilds. ll^l******1**9r*****'** �ottmanwlmesMlat For frejent Money, A Genteel Coach and Chariot, .made of the 4��tSne*^^ - -- tq * l�ty9 1 vf*i map Ar entered upon immediately, A Well^ccuibroM Holler and Haberd^erV * *hop, ia a good Sirawioa. awajake at Mr. Tavaraat'a Wanbaaaa at tf^wvMStaraia WytOMha�^eaf the Saaai, To be LETT, !"~" And enrer*d upon imoKdiately, 1� Hand-Court qgain/t tt* StteUhri, tt*mt*> A ^ery 8�>d Houfe in complete Repair. r*, J*'!,1!? Jww ** Wai*q�*se. 4ol*>� as kemb and an b tea**, lff���tc.a^CriW bring tU lawOweVtaTwtMia of Mr! �Yar|�. China Merchaw), whoia tToaovM MibeOaiaWHatJMLaiev tawTiiB, vnit^mmfpfmmtr^mm coawaaad ia the India way. T* tV LETT, ' ,. AiClajtta mmrjlathtfi fitmattd a tuarftr tfm Mill fitm tbt Cburcb, in a fit btaliby dir and utetlltmt PnAtff, Hoofes rafh'd, aod waiftfbxi�4 from top to betiods, with Mif-ble br Furtfand Stone CMaaacy.pireis and MMChTila* to each Chlaaory. with a Coath-booH-, Stable., aaw a good ottfal Oardeo to aem HoaiV, twooT the Gardeaa have cadb a hiatnooMt^koaL tad ate MlfiaaotyVI o/iib the beft of Spriaa aad other Watavv aad tat Waif* waff ptuitd witb the belt of fioifttaaa n ioU bcartaaj) the rtoofta ara all very wall fopf>ly*d with Water, and allo Coa��|oaa by the Uoor aleMt avary Jtoor, acd tha Par. bat Su-swott. to^oirc at Mr. WilidtyX.�t iba: Great Torfhop by Sr. Faar*, or at theHoofctai Cfapcoo, aod koow tWthar. "SMITH'S Large Cold-Bath, At tbt Toan'r Heap and Woolfacs: Baomio da� � Ntvogatt'Strttf, SUPPLY*D every Day lyith a quicker �m| ooUtr sprinc than any ia the City of toodoo, haviaaVa cootiaaal Stream raiaiae throajh It; And far its* better BaoanHoa of rlailrataa and Leaks, shcre are toastaiaot aad ddtaat apanaavait, with a coaaaaodioo* raBaft at rbaTBrk%Uaad ia Ivy-Jaao, wiibow rwtaasf ear to, or bda� ofaodtd by the hot Xooaw, at Ooa Gmm far A rwava each Sablbibtr.orOoa sbiujaf each Tiaa* Cbaoot-Cottnaiari.. N.B. 11S�BBU>as�ybefOMavt^yeverr Day at Two o'Oota. '_James Smith, Cupper. PERS'lAN SOAP in Pots, FOR lathering the Head and Face with a Brufh inflead of th* riaad. by �l icb the dira|r�cahlt Oabbiiiaf boot the Fa� with the Haoa of the Servant. Qu.uavoidtd. This Soap aaatcs a Itroog, froooib aod ac4n>f leiber, ba* an afrorabJa laaalf, eotircly tree from thowfhtrpand paiaoant 5al, t, which in other Soap* c*afc a Satartiag after 0*104 ihav'd. To he lod OnSt by Cturlta litlw, Pctfooier, at tb* Coraar of Baaa> tort'Boildisg i� the Strand. N a Naples Soap ia Ifet* far the fatoe Ufa as above : AID tbc eery fioatt Hooey-Water. Lavcadrr-Waier and HuJO g,cr *. and artir her Death toatinaal with ber b�o|hter Mm Ktm. to �fili her io (h* (*>d SofUe**; fha ba> toj ojw dcaJ. t do by ber ded(C tarry 00 ifaa faid iwSwh, tUra tw> iwt oootbar Perfdo that oaicittam!* it bet royfcli, a/-d u�� wail koowa tha i do. fur I maaascd tlw whole baH'aU lot fas* Teat* batora bar Death, lhc brie*; roaxii afltOed with sukacfi, aoa t hare aaUsed thaMothavaadOsvihtufor thirty Ye+t* y*a. t an aow oblrftd to gtae tbi* |��biit� rvotita to the Wa^. tba^a bcias 575?43
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