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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 11, 1834, London, Middlesex                                fAi^ arrived ^ Afails, fram France, HeUamd T~     ^       and Flanders.       - " i        Naples* January 45. ON Carlos having pafs'd tr> to* the Town ot Spinssda in his Rcut towards Sicily. crtfUd it into a City, and endcw'd it with very extraordinary Privileges, in ConfiuViation that ia inhabitant were the fcrit People in the Kingdoa who took up Arms -sgainil the Impcrulifc. r\i�*Ccrfini, the Popes Nephew, las h;d a Qearrel with the Count of St, Suphani, Major Demo to the Coon; |atikttuttct�as� City, a. Ektacbrnent of gafra*; aojlw Nambcr of loco^ten, have enterVi our Ter-fcra*. grf rhrcaten ID fau far the Debt, in cafe u be not : i)bW�A�.to. Remain, Betty, Jodd, for Maryland; Swan, lib, JorOpono t Bethel, Long, and Soocefs, Hobbard, for JSDfM 1 Marquis, Merry, for Malaga; Welcome, Maibooe. s^ffy^aay. Harm, for Cadiz; tuc Jane, ftkhmood, for ftiUfttiii Clement, Ruflel, and George, Sfebam, for friaoi t Greyhoood, Bitgg;. for Barcelona ; --, Lee, for SrrjL Arm'd.SarnQfl, Pttrcy, from Philadelplua; Exchange. Brttt, fromSevil: ariaShipfromSi Lucar, but knew not Name. Winds.W. iO N DO N. u TfctylmHe Goaa Lombardy, that the firfl Celamn of Sp�-aiftTto^* arriv*dcn the Froctias cf Tcftany, and ths iroed and tiurdrnarehingfiftattJxHteUct each otto that Ua ArnTy was to wait the Arrival cf the Reinforcement cxpeSt-tdiroir* Barcelona; and theapoceed in a Bcdy tiuo'the SaK rflMogoajathePatiatzan. The�ko!cAmccntefSjaniaid* fran'Niples, Spain, and e&e Body cf Uorie ca tLdrRsa: lhra>'France,     mtke 30c 00 Mca. The InipeiiaiiSs, r-duvuhlUmlirg the isreElct Rails, are i� Motkto in all pirts dJ tbe Maruuan; a Eody of Troup* is towing elf tcw;uds the Ccljgndc wtth fix Pkces cf CaniCTi W loar Morars, and their Budges over the Pacara arc fiiong-\jgoardedandtorti�cd. 'Iisceitzin, ifa: the Vtgsbnee&sd Afhvity.or Count Wallis hp pat MaiOul Bniglio epea (bH . little: The latter tai left Cremcra, sn&i$ ^itjutcing tcwiids -Uoieoa �ith a large L'ody ci Men. 10 k-curc the Spica:d> a tree Piflige. 'Ti� laid that the Impend SiiiJiim have dd>nrd itibch {Surobers fincc their March towards Bcv^gca, that the �erau llegimenis in the AUkl Service wLkh had tardiy tea Ilea left in each Company, are not* emiitiy ccroj-SsteA. The Attempt which Cojmt SVailis mode upon tec Pcd o! Vekorado;. �a fotm'd after tf.c Model of Prince feugens'i Siuprize of Crc-coea in 1701, when Mai Qui VilLtoy vu camalca Prikjoci: The Count �-as leia fortuiute. Ha Defigcs row are to laze fort Uifcin, which bound� the Termoues cf UoLygna and the lodende, and will prevent the Spaniards Prcgrcts till they have Force (ufficicht to vecauc. I__The French Troops have already qoi ted their Winter- J^Qoutcn, and are drawing nearer the Rbinc on one Side, aa Wart the Imptnatitls on the other to watch their Xlooons. The Emperor had bur cue poor Cruiser, cither in the Adri-�tick� theMediterrucag Seas, and that a French Man of War has lately taken. She was a Dutch Bcoom, and had �nde fcvcral Prizes. The Princefs Sohit&i has been interr'd in the Vatican at Tome with great Sokuiuity.   i Icr Corp* lay fc�xral Ditj s ex- SM to the V tew of the People in the Church ci the ApollLs, . 6'din thcHabitofcr^U the RchgiousOroers, botwadia Ctowa on her1 Head, a Scepta in ctr Hand, and a Royal Uude over her Habit. YVc den't Lear that ar.y Body tastes *� the Lots of this Princtfs to much a� h� HohneLtbc npe; Tislaid, that the go�i Father dtfii'd ot aU Tljngtto m her Heart; and as her Husband cued iuiir who tad it *U4 Cte liv'd, wc do kji tear it v.as fcttt.'d ha I lolic-fi now *M. The PreteBdi'r tad an Aisd�riite t� Djv *iui tuIVilc'i �Bam}, ta tLankthe Pcpcfor thellocours he n.*l coae Itr. We hear that hi> Majcdy fea* bern pfcuci to picsnocc tcx ��. Dr. Rucdle, l�j�rbtnhiry cf Ucuu;.i. ar*J CLapbin to e Wght Hon. the Lord Crone? Hot, to ih.- lUtb-jfikk or **rry m the Kingitim ci Irca&d, buly va^a&t by use Dcaxh (Dr. Iltnrj'liowcs. We have Advic= froin Rub. that the Right Kctk Cku'ctte **V Dciiwar, wco w=s reposted to f*i�c *i*d abaci three wtetsago, but f:nce gave feme' tm*51 Hope* ot Recovery. �dti�.xoaFriia> Lut Her Lau.vfhlp's 1 ;ii.:r. th: � Oeucany. d�;d a few Mcmfu xyx 6a: f*u I�i iaoe use hsoanjtwo Daughter*. The Right Hk-a. tin Cccntefs cf F.uejc. Scler to Li Grace e Duke of BcdCoid, � prukc: it Fleece, utither her **o>lhip came f;ura Tana ui uc ttc D�Vw-i�;�w at u.c Car  Hu Rova! iitgtitteli tic LirioJ Duke Uzza* ur^iw^td *^ htr Ladyfltsp's Arrival, frnt her a Pieiet: or i>�cc:uic-a **� the other lUritics or �ue Ccumy. She is u Lit �xic�I^.v lit. F�nc"., t(�e British. Miw-Ur itete. Vcteniay Morning Lis Li-csllaicy Coca: KirfL:, lis Ini-fn�fhiajeiy'i Mmirlrrat tfus Cash:, tcceiv'd an E*pjc& Yeferday both Hoofb of Catrtotitkio met in Wefiminftrr-Abbry. -and chew ^p an rxceeiiim loyal and dutiful Addrtis, ia order to be prefrntcd to ha aaajai^. We bear that Mr. Handel will ebnpofe Muficfc next Winttr for the Lords Diredon of thcO|�era in the Haf-Market) and that Stgaior Porpora the prrfc&t'Coaipofer, it eOgng'd to her Cxarian Majrity for the Operas at tWribourg. Monday next is the Uft Mafqaerade for this Semjba. We hear that hit Majefiy and the Prince were nrcfthtatthe lafi, diittVd in Dominoes. Their Royal Hrghrrefles the Duke and the PnnceOb, attended by the Earl of Grantham and Lady Anne Lntnlcy, went is a Gallay to fee the Company. There was extreme high Play that Erening t and 'tit faid thai t a certain Gentleman in the City VA 13001. I Between the 13th ar�Lt8th of pecember laft came afhore at. thelfiand oTJeriey-, the Two Fricadt, Dean, Mailer s lib Men on board, fuppttM to beandrawacd 1 (he was bound from-Rochford m France to DBblm; thirty Pipes of Brandy were fat'd oat of the WtecJc, and ia �Mr in the Hands of the Lord cf the Manor.. -' ---"^ -They write from Briflol, that a Ship has been difcomM fame Days raft fuck near the Holms, her round Top has been fcea alxnre water ; t� other A|^^ bat the Crew are fuppos'd to have all fcrwYd, fercrat dead Bodies havrog been buried cn Walconftiore. The Merchants are in PamTbr the Bainton, Capt Brcwftef, bmmd from Jamaica to that Port, having been milling fame Weeks- - This Day William Conolley, Etq; Member- of Parliament for Akiborougfa in Suffolk, with his Lady, Daughter to the. Right Hon. the Earl of Stafford, are expedtd at their Houic u Pall-Mall from Ireland. t On Sunday Night fail, as feveral young Men were coming from Stepney, a Maid-Servant belonging to a Gentleman near VVhkechapel-Tumpikt happening to be (hutting up the Windows, they made up to her, and ufed her in fo unbecoming a Manner that fhe dtyd oat, hinder! which her Mailer hearing, came to herAlMancr, and the young Fellows knock'd him down ;, but recovering; hetctehM hbCutlals, and ilruck one of them, a Servant to a Poalterer in Leadenhall-Maiket, who is fince d&ad of the Wound. This Evening will-be perform'd, At the K 1 f c^-Ttr�*Ta � in the Hav-Mar k st� The New Oraa* of POUFEMO; At tic T�ea ra a Royal ia Da tr *y-Lan b, A1^ Comedy, cali'd The UNIVERSAL G ALLAN I. At the--THaA-mi Royal fn CoventtGAaoas, The JEW of VENICE, with the ToY-Shof, and. the Ram of Proserpine.    '      - v ' At 'the New Tueatre in GooouanV>Pulos, RULE .a WIFE and HAVX a WIFE, with Jurtrea and lo._.     �'        . -     - -_ rftgh VVster at LanJon-Bndge this Day, at 44. Minutes after 1 in the Morning, andc afarr a in the Alternoon. ' Yeflcniiy tSank Stock was iJ9\ 4th, a t half. India 14.C 1 half: South Sea Trading Smvk fix 1 half^ a 8s, without the Dividend. Old Annuities 105 7 8ths, a 6. Ditto New Aaia&rjet 104 1 half, a 5 8ths, a 3 4th*. Three per Cent. Acnaity 92 1 half. Milboo Bank 108. African zo. York-EuSiings 4. Royal Aflurance95 1 i*�, (MaaaaaW; died by hit Son, r,nc- itNTlOCHUS CANTRMtft. MMwat"' rienipwentNirr from bar Imperial MsJdlT ef Maftevy to ab ertftac Maj�M� Kits Oeofe) by "    . ,;      NT INDAL,   M. A. ritetrifGnatiraltbamhEJftx. ,. th'l Hiftoey i� the mcU �Mhe�wkt jet estaot, �et�t onaptltd weak ttit Becctr^s U itt lihnry if tte SeretK* atCcrifantiaavir anJ taa bell lutkifh Writer*, herein tre �M/tidUuhy, a* U Rbxe4�aja Annotations, ThePricfto Sobferibert OueGoia�. ThwWott har^.bwwfoma Time in the Pr�l�. will t*%m to be (mhSlh'd at tht a*aot fit Jhetts and a Head Ibe Ooe ihitlic*, 00 Santriiag the 15th of March ntst.    � iubfuiptioeJ are liken iu bf Jitney juta aid V%\tl (laspcotvat vm Crown in Ludf �tc>lticct. '        " *     - . . N. B. TbtNkmttn �iS ft fm t� fnih GtmttewtttHmft *t �Tt tltsftd to find ii> tbtir Nnkei. By the Company of French Comedians, AT the New Theatre in the Hay-Market, Tnttwrrow, bting the iath of Febnwry, will UprtteM a rSAMP S O N, Judge of Ifrael. ' To whkh will be Le Carillon de Maitre Cervaife & Dame ARfen* IPitb frwmf Knttrtninmtntt if Oanciroi Ta begin at Six o* Clock. No rVifbos toWat mint* lat�fhe aotnfwuho*tTWHa%wbk*P�liV7 be delirer'd at the Bar of thaThtaimat 5s. tath. Ifr f � Oat. a* .: Vlaces tor the rjommtr be t�k�a �t' Mr. Fitboart't* MtttJtaw of lUppee-Sfiuff, at the faid fhesttt. >     . No perfba to beadmictad txliiod th*Scenes, nee aayMoaty to fea f�totnM �fre� the rwtl�ii� U t1��w� ��0.    * OnWednefdoy tlx i$lb Injlant, at Eleven in the Mornings to'dl begin Courfc of Mechanical and Experimencal HiiioT'iphyi in which (Mfides the wfoal Bsprraneaa to diayn. he��ri�:iol��of Mcehanitks HiditilUtkluandOpiMhs; w}Ua� ioe�n the rLaNBTARlDM.  oe* Vathww to nphla avdtaaafa ta View (he Mixioot, Magattudts and UiilsKes ef the Hei��nl| Mjjat, and all the fherwmen* of aflroaom�; in a hrttct aad truer atanate laa* his eeer v�r been mean br aa� MxhiOC *      � bi* c�ei ytr been fh��n by aar Mxnioc i      � By J. T. D ESAGU LIE RS. h.UD. F.R.S. hitttwjk h CbamttStw, Wtftmiwfitr\-r-iV; iWKues of the Stperimuirs nwy be had, aoi a > xnnm m \   alC. �t Mr. *��***. *�Helter, at the GioUW*m St. Dunfian's Chorth, fIcctllrctt; Mf.ftaibt's, hi� faayHlfSOpr*. cian, rc.r Si. ami's chtweh. Soho; aad ur.Chowfi, Jiama, at At Where CataWgues ate tahaa ia 1"* HE Kentifh Club having agreed to meet; this Da?, betoB �he 1 uh Inilaat, at *ii �*'ao�!f        *fK "8. ai the S�*o Twtin ia CortduN. u is t�f�d allihaOtotlemtathat1 re in ibe lotctcit ot Sir Chf ill^pher Vvmtti, UK will tartar tht� wttb' �W>r t"" fl E Annual Feat* of the Gentlemen of. the Couoif of SufHs, will be held at loyatn-iiail near CoJlet�-HiU in Thamti-Hieet. 00 Friday ih*jAih loflaar. ^     � � Tickets 10 be Lad st the luffe* Ccffuboal* Mar Sr. Danfltn sChwA in Fteet-Hrect, wad at the �� u��ioa Tart to k Nnbol4�-Ua� atu Loaa. baid-lirret. .    .   . �� N. F, G�n�ltnie�ar�defir^��sUtl�r�TJckerth�^t^ llwB.�haS�.aafc!tjaay.pioii#a.bftii^ ------ A niult abuuY preftotinaihefrPetition to Psriiatacat, to bt rAtVdJkdai it soi other BtUr QriM*m�md** whiifa'bey at preftae ssfcowt General Meeting of all the Vidua Hers and i \ otliert, who pay tu the fOI-A CTrii Vfir'd Tcovm*, at Three o'clock io lb* Aiurnoun, at the Glob* Tavcro in Fnat-ffrMr, to' eonl .....      ' -        - �    - *hat Notice is hereby given, THAT a third Dividend-will be,made of the Mlace and fcffcft* ot Joha Mitfovd �ad Mkbael uitatimi � l*t� of Cfmhill, ioridoi* OoMfimits, aaaarrs asd C�cw>wr% tawar ^ * reoew'd t)orrimifBcii� of,Bankrupt awarded and ioaea sfAintt ibsais un,l that Atjsudioce will be fti�ca foe that fwaof* at ta� Kakshov C 4TtehouIe in Cr-ioliill, Loxdoo, on Tuefdiy, WcJncfdsy.Thtvfaaf aa| Kid.y, the iBih, 191b, 3oih and aiUloUanr, (rata Hm 'iff I Una o'clock lithe Fotctiow*. and fromtnieeiiU ii� wthaMbaawaw^af--i tli� fiidOart; an4 foia Lkcmionerst'tDeEuneHounoaamrtoBov;* in>4 Toeldey, Wcincftav, Tbuiflay and fiuaf, till all iteCMdiror*, who U��c duly proe'd their Debu. fh.Uba�� r��b*4 thtif rcffcQiVa Dividends out of the Ettate 01 the faid Juba atitford aad Michael Mcruiat. ^rTY Pcrfon who can prove that part of " ir.jCj4i<.,.%at.saaV,, ____r-r.   _____        . at, Mcshaau, ia aUcrmsnbuty, who wilffntsfy biasfor'hU Troahb.  * _" HEREAS on Thurfday laft the 6rf� In �*y, the fall .fktl�..*Ji:s*JaJM^ �***. wa��*� i* defit'd tu apply toMelLUuef lodWUiCOCki. c, about One in the Morau*. Jfreiwah  j>i j Fo-m 7 lachc* high, wetl let, aged ahonr 21 Y�*i�, a round vi&ge, btuwa CuityUajo*, bUtfc fc}u sad f yc-Ufhcv a>J o.�ed for * rv*�Jle�ler.____ WHEREAS William J die hath abfentcd finnfelf from t>i� Matter's Serake. uU it fuppcs'd to btjtacw lutcai he is^bMit ia Yca>�ckd, otafair Comp^Aioa, hado�� fi^fct Urof o CUlti Cost, Jockey Skx*�i, �itu �Si:t riac ot brojd Wet J fcut-ioo �a i*w daik-toKur Coat i be to.i Umr, oculi lu'd b, kibe Htc �. *oJ list 4 Hole Uf �e>a iti> ihuuldco wide bt w liii
                            

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