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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 12, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Adverttfefc ltu/r.b. it6L WEDNESDAY, ,Fe b r u a r y 1734. The STEWARD* of the for FEAST of the SONS the Year 1733,  bcinS of the CLERGY 5C&r Rev* Thomas Mangey, D. D. The Rev. Wadham Chandler, A. M. Ihe Rev. John Abbot, A. M. fbeRev. John Birch, A. M, -Benjamin Hoadly, M. D. John Willis, f A. V E thought jit, for the Satj|faflion of the'Cbhtriburors, to IS SI T'homas Greene, Ejqi John Hall, E/p John Stevens, Efq\. Air. James Croft,   - Mr. Jenner Swairie, Mr. Michael Martindale i        ; jive the following Account how the Charity-Money aul at the Rehearfnl and Fcaft-Day, and at theFeatt HAVE    tllWlgU*   �i,    �~.    ....   ytm.^pm...-,..   ~.    ...�      ------------, cotfeOcd at the Door of the Choir of the Cathedral Church of St. tt jlochaut-Taylors-Hall, Feb. 21, 1733, amounting in the whole'to 9091. Si. hath been difpoftd of in placingout'the CUlJica of poor Clergymen Apprentices, viz.     ' .    *  Paid with fajMnWiPritchatd. to Henry Lather, of Oxford. Apothecary. ����� Ikf^iy Mallabone, to Dorothy Hanfon, of Tamworth irt" Warwickfliire, Milliner, Benmio Noyes, to John Brodu, of St. Anne's Weftminfter, Watch-maker, �  Efizahqh Stockton, to Peter Hanfell, of St. Paul Covcnt-Garden, Milliner, lohnHani&n, toThomaaSeabourne, of Hereford, Apothecary, '    ' --- Sa^Sed^tck*td Martha Waters, of St. Clement Danes, Piecebrokcr," -- William Addenbrooke, to Jo|i�h Griffith,, of St, Clement Danes, Grocer, lean Hardy, to Elizabeth M&fh, of Selby m Yorkfhire, Grocer, '  .1 John Lord, to John Innocent, of London, Vintner, 1  �  , jtohe/t Eden, to William Middleton, of Stockton in Durham, Peruke-maker, James BeS�. to Edward Pan, of St. Clement panes, Snuff-box-maker, .    �* fanes Botkr, to John Malbone, of St. James Clerkenwell, Gold-Chain-makcr, *$nai Venneef, to Thbm'as Mamar, bfHaflemere in Surry, .Soap boiler,..... - ' bmes Ijptrot. to James Liptrot and Company, of Mancheiler, Chapmen, Wcthy Lamb, to Mary 1 homburgh, of St. Martin in the Fields, Mantua-make^ Afide Myth, to Margaret Blytb, of Bourne in Lincolnshire, Mantua-maker,       n Mq&Shfrlcy, to John Leab> of St. Martin's le Grand, Lappidary,        -- MmBgfaa fteddau, to Frances Rcddall, of Wellingborough, Milliner, ' AlexanderDtmlop, to John Shaw, of St. fames Wcftminftcr, Goldfmith,     - v Charles "Standon, to William Waring, of St. James Weftnunfter, Stationer, > Mary Eden, to Dorothy Jackfon, of Newcafllc upon Tyne, Sempftrels, ,     - EEzabeth Harvey, to Arme Watfon, of Whitchurch in Salop, Milliner,' -SSzabeth Crifo, to Jattelloffeman, of Afion in Warwickfliire, Mantua-maker, r * Elbabcth Hicks, to Dorothy Wells, of St. George the Martyr in Middlefcx> Mantua-maker, .  llftqySptey. to Anne and Elizabeth handover, of Plimpton-Morrfix, Devonfltire, Milliners, - ;t Bataah Hughes, to Mary Boulton, of St. Paul Oovent-Garden, Milliner,  Yiftgria Bctterley, to Harry Nafi), of tbe City ofWorceftw, Milliner,        - - lferjrBelL to Hannah Dawfon, of the City of York, Merchant-Taylor, fhutotCtiTp. to Robert Nicklin, of Aldridge, Taylor,     -r-     ' { Aoae Brooke, to Hannah Browne, of Hitchin in Hertfordfhirc, Mantua majter. %. ^Bfi^ethrGrace, to Anne Moor, of Sti George Bloom/bory, Montu�-qiakcr, JIlaBai Toolin, to Tbonas-Slieppard, otSt. Maitinin the Fields, Tallow-chandler, Isne Turner, to John Law, of Wye in Kent, Cordwainer, -- " "Wfliihet,' toTHary tlie Wife of Francis Moore, of Stamford in Lincolnshire, Sempilrefs, (.' Eieaoor Pogen, to Barbary Butler, of St. Martin in the Fields, Mantua-maker, - jMsry' Masd, to Elizabeth Cheflell, of Bromley in Kent,- Mantua-makcr,        - JohnSoooke, to John Forteicue, Citizen and Fifhmonger of London,........... CUberiM Lawrence, to Elizabeth Monington, of St. Giles in the Fields, Milliner, Z^beth Gentry, to Mary Mitchell, of Colcheller in Effex, Mantua-makcr, AtoeRigby, 10 Anne Ellis, ol St. Andrew Holborn, Child's-Coat-maker,     - Jtcbrrt Snipton, to Thomas Shipton, of .London, Apothecary,-- � r. ------   _-ro. n...i f>-__. fi,. "Cstherine Afoough, to Mary Pearcey, of St Paul Covent Garden, Mantua-maker, Mary Froft, t� Francrs Holmes, of St. Mary le Strand,. Mantua-maker, .   � _L^Oefir Lord, to Rcbirt Lord, of Crutched-fryarf; Londonf Attorney at Law, .Elizabeth Sedgwick, to Margaret C'onyers, of St. Mary Whiiecliapel, Mantua-maker, jolso CatteM. to Samuel Rogers Mansfield, of Thrapfton in Northamptonfhire, Apothecary, - thaneth Kirby,- to Mary Lynn and Mary Kit, of St. Paul CoventGarden, Milliners,      - - I  "JWelGrice, to Richard Halford, of Sr. Clement Danes, Peruke-maker, - .      - i6aiiah RcddalL to Frances Reddall, of Wellingborough in Northamptonflure, Milliner,      -       ;       . r**iTT*,*Be p�">�. ��Mrs. La Mate, of St. Clement Danes, Fan-Painter, - i *qpfcenDeane, to Edward Hampilead, of St. Paul Covent-Garden, Poulterer,   -..... Grace Bird, to -- Leach, of Cockfield i� SulTex, Milliner, .,    � ,. ....... Hague, February 18. THE PlanI of Pacification which Mr. Walpole has lately carry'd to London, engrofl'cs the whole Con~-veifatkm of this Place : Not but People talk of it as blind Men do of Colours without having teen any thing of the �aiter. The fole Perfons here to whom ihis Project has been communicated, are the Penfioner Slingclandt and ]!*ynV5r. Fagcl. None of the States, not cv*n the Secret Committee, could obtain a Sight of it. And however necef-arj and proper this Piiihicy has been, yet feme of their High Migbtmcfles fbew .an Uneafinels lactic to be imagin'd. The French Minifier, who by this Method is kept in the Dark, has not greatly allitlcd to apptafe the Jealouly raii'd fane of the Members. His Excellency, for his own Parr, has given Evidence of the utinoll Impatience 1 he has praftifed all the Aits of Policy to obtain it. ' f is laid, that wfco tbe Scheme was yet in limbrio, and lay immature m Mr. Walp-It's B rain, the World was lunlack'il for "hawnotntfts to confult liis Countenance, ami to trace out the Secret by the Lines in his Face, and the iOifpofiuon of �s Mufdes. When the Matter was completed and put 10 **Pe,t that GenttVman appear'd no more in a Crowd, but got onboard his Bi.*^nr*t;k Majefty's Yacht with all imagi-��sP�d. and ftil'd for London, with the Plan fcfe but-oo'd up in hi� Pocket. ** Uf� hi* Ljcccllcncy** Arrival in England, 'tis thought the Projecl will be laid before the Cabinet Council, to be depofued with them only, till it become necelfary to make ; fuch an Emanation, as may give Light to thy Kf iniltoti of ' the mediating Power* abroad, or allure the contending Par- ' ties within the Circle of r\ Congrefs. " An Affair has happen'd here which gives a general Un- 1 cafinefs amonglt the moderate Pait of Mankind : The uai verfal Affection of the People for the Prince of Orange is, at ' fuch an height, that they feeru to demand of all tlands a Conduct of the utmolt Dclic-cy towards bis Higbnefs; and 'tis pofTtble to forefee what the Indilcretion of a certain Set of Men may draw upon them (elves.   Baron Catwyck, 1 who is a Deputy from the Town of Schonhove in the Council of State of the Province of Holland, has been lately promoted by the Prince of Orange to the Poll of Profl'm of lircdah, and coming the other Day to take his Place as ufiul in the Council, liaron Bor/laar, the Prefident, ttood up and told him ; Sir, ai the Vrinct bat tmftrrJ a Pejl upon jou, 'til fy nv Mttwt fuptr that ycu i**j> your Seat in this Plact : Ibirt it tbt Door, be phut'J la uiibJ/au, /br ivt art tntrim u^un finu p>iv.:n sfjfliiri. Baron Catwyck anfwcr'd briskly, If the Door ,'j tbtn, liquid baie y>u li know I am in Pojfijfion 0/ tbe Kty, and qtn ofta or jhut it at Pltajuri. '1 Ins Ictch'd a Keply, and Words fuccecded to fo uncommon a height, that no Body knows where it will end, the Friends of thole Gentlemen liltning on each Side, and taking part in the Dispute to the lail Degree." / Dt*t, F |> Neptune, Godbcc, "~' Indutliious Beev bis Majefly'a Ship ^......., Drory, from Cette.i Teneriff, Everdon, fromOport*. LONDON, Hit Catbolick Majefty bat incorporated a Company ofMo� chants at tbe Groyn, to carry on a Trade to Campecay, va^ has granted them fevcral valuable Privileges and Immaaid�V Sropofingby this new Channel of Commerce to enlarge thh 1 umbered fit and able Seamen for Service of hit Navy. This being the laft Wcdnefday before Lent, hit ExceUeney the Spanifh Ambaffidor will give a grand Ball to all th� Nobility and PcribiO^X)ulii>aion, at his Houfc in Great OttB0nd> fireet. _       / . YeflerAy was coUecled from the Ladies at the Rebeartal of the Mufick at St. Paul's, 1981, to*. 6d. Tbe ColltcUyi laft Year on that Occbfioowas 2611. HUGrtce the Duke ot Chaodoit has porchat*d ooe of tbt large Hoofca in C^wndifbdcparc, and U* Marqoit of Catt' narvon hb Sob has bought anctber in Upper Grc4venor-ftrMt. . We have an Account from Souih-Qsrolina, that Robert" Johnfbn, Efq; Governor of the laid Province, lid danga* roufly ill.   robbing Mr* Mafcoof Vpfto^ltet^ Mr. Lawrewenear i^dgware, Mr. Francet ott Knday hUtat Maryboo, together with a great many otbcrv a�oV kwfag given in tbe Names ofaU hi* AcctorpUcea ioth*^^tWlUblir* * ries. Fielder and Rofc were comnitcd to Ncwftfe,wWlMM> ler to the Compter.   of Tea and feven Hories, which Tea is brooght to tbe CuftoBV houfe-Warehotife. On Monday Evening about Seven o'Clock, Mr. TnmefTTT Mcslmaoof b'tr Albab't, wat auack'd by two t tree^-kobbera ib Barbican, at he was going to1 the BeU-f nn in Alderfgate' Arm, where be lodg'd: One of them laid hold � ace, and Itnocking tbe Fellow down, the othcr/Rogue*nock,d Air." Turner down; but they made off, and he ftv^ his Watch and -Money, which wat 301, but be is vay much bruifid bjf \te Blows he received."..... Lail Sunday hit Majefty was pleafrd to appoint tbe IbUowlng Sheriffs, viz.   * South Wales.     ~ Pembroke, John Phjipp, of Ford, Efijj *   -----------North Wales. Anglefea,  Richard Lloyd, of Rholbeuio, Efqi Saturday Se'smight dial at Cafbcll in Ireland, Kingfrnil Pennefafber, Ef^; Knight or the Shire for the County of Typi perary. The next Momiag between 10 and 11 o'Gock, a ShanMr went to the Houfc of Mr. Litton, a Merchant on the BaicheV lor's Walk in Dublin, and afk'd to fpeak wilh m j the Servant anfwer'd, that he was ill in Bed, and could not be fpoke to; upon which the Fellow Lid, that be molt fee him, for he owed Mr; lirtow Money, ccwdisotTtppeirof -anyJDjy-but", Sunday, and that he wanted to nay him i upon which the Servant fhew'd him into the Bed-chamber. When the Servant went our, the Villain (aid that he was an Englifhman and -. Traveller, and wanted Money to bear his Charges home: Mr. Litton, touch'd with bis Story, pull'd out hit Purfe, and was going to give him fome Meaty; but tbe Rogue fuatch'd it out of his Hand, and (wort he would cut bis Throat if he did not give him the Key of his Efcrotore, which Mr. Litton did, and he open'd it, and took out what CaJh he could find i after which be made off uodifcove'd. Thi> Evening will be perform'd. At the TutATtt Royal in  Covaar-CaaoiM, The Ort�a of ARJODAN IE. At the FactiCH Tuiatsi io tbe Har- Ma attar, SAMPSON, &c. At tte T it 1 * t 1 t Royal in Divsy -La m g, A n.-w Comedy, cali'd The UNIVERSAL GALLANT. At  the New Thcstsi in GoouMANVFiatps. The CONSTANT COUPLE, witb Jofitaa and lo. B A  N  K R  UP T S. Jo&^Oxnard, of tbe Town of Kiagfton upon HuIL Gkwer. jame* Birkett, of Wood in Catuudl-Fall in the County Pajauaeef Ltjkcaicr, UhapoMa.   

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