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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 13, 1834, London, Middlesex                                .in......t* ">��;- �r - ? *ii "- #     8_, _ ; �� " i 1 " � ". 1    I    Mi   '>��   HI       )i    . i I  <� III.....      Ii.   i. II---- .....   ......     THUftSDAY^.MW t, ty�.'-  14** r.T "1MTmlsBg femal PoJbrc went in purfuit of him. ^Jf'Maj was held a Court of Common Council at Guild-�*V when tir follow in ~ Gcmlrmcn were chofen on the fiveral Aaaaiata, ia the roam cf thofe Who had been on two Years ; MiflWiiaiiii Barber was put up a ga mil Mr. Alderman Alibp, ^ltd been Govp&cr of the iriifi Society many Yeari, and 9UJ^riEon tbe Vtsts were, for Mr. Aldumau Barber 96, ^Ali�rmaaAi%i6i ; the Majority 3 j  For the  I a 1 JP- ***er* Coterpor. 09W4P4 Etep.Gov ta,Wj3tm SiiiiQpiusrys, ^jjn^gctry^ Kendall, ii Socurr, Mr. Samud Smith, Mr. Thomas Scott, Mr. Ucoige Vincent, Mr. William Tew, Mr Daniel Uwuicr, \it. Tiioo.ai Sauil.urd, licputy Jcnkuu. d N b 4. Alderman Pary, Deputy. Elton, Deputy Nailu Air. Curntliu* Herbert, Mr. Robcit Mad. m v. 1 r t t t Mr. Robert Taylor, Mr. Gtorge Pepys, Kir. U't'iiaiu Cooper. Sf Scmjt uji cliuk.i at the tame time, and "JtiiataConunca Caancil will be,fhoitly call'd for a.Cnaiifetcc to make Choice of a Place proper"      Rehearings. 9,  Third. General Scat Exceptions. Saturday, March 1,^    Cauft*. Monday, \ Tuefflay, Wednefday ThurBay, Friday, Saturday, Mqnuay, Tuefday, Wednefday, Thurfday, Friday, ?� � Vim and Demunen. 18,' Laft General Seal. 19, Petitions. Thb Evening will be perfbrm'd. At the Firnch TptfATai in the Hat*M�aaBT, LA VIE EST UN SONGE. &c, At the Th P a r a � RoYAt � P* v ay -Laisa, The MERRY WIVES of WINDSOR, with the Davit to Pay. At the Theaths Royal in CoviriT-GAiiDtN, The ROYAL MERCHANT, with Pgasius and Andromeda. At the Nhw Thiatsi fa Goodwa�VFi�lOj, The EARL of ESSEX, with Jupitbr and Io. Tuefday WedneHfay, Higb Water at Lorulon-Bridge this 'Day, at $8 Minnas after 2 in the Morning, and t$ after 3 in the Afternoon.   r ' Yefterday Bank Stock was 139 5 tfths, 1J9 a 1 4th. India 146, 145 a t 4th. South-Sea Trading 6�ck 82, 81 1 bmf, a 3 4ths. Old Annuities 106 a 1 8th- Ditto New Annuities 104 7 gihs, 104 3 4ths. Three per Cent. Annuity 9a l half, a 5 8ths. Million Bank 108. African 30. York-Buildings 4. Royal AiTurance 95 1 half. London Affurama iz 1 4th. New Bank Circulation 61. Prem.. South-Sea Bonds 3I. tct. Prem. India ditto 4I. 3?. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto it S�. Prem. EnglifhCopper zl. Welfhditto Bpoka ftiut- Sab Tallies 2 3 4th� per Cent. Prem._____ AT the King's Theatre in the Hay-Market, ^ on Monday neat, i!� 17th Inllaar, will b� A BALL. Bring tbe laji tb'n SiaJoU' Tickets will be  halt a Qqinca each.  Gallery ji. By bit Ma J e sty'i CtMmanJ, No Pcr(uo� wii^tavcr to be dtpitttd behind tbe Stcnet. To b^gin at Six o'CJogk For the Benefit of MeiT. L E SAGE fen. and junior. By tbt Company of French Cbmtdimi% AT the New. Theatre in the Hay-Marker, ^ this D*y, the I vl>Vfnf'�ot. wih be aftcU a Coined,, tall J La Vie eft un- Songe � o u, Aflequin Rwfon a la Cour de Polognt. T  �hi�>i will be ajdei^ ARLEQUIN  Empbreur de Ja Luk e, e t /) Le  FRANCOIS  a  LONDRES. With the Uit�c ut the fiertot �>4 I'ictrvite, b� Mi.Lc >igc (co. so.' Mtf� Vtr�>-uil. Pit and Boxes put together at 5 s.   Gallery 2 s. On Wednefday the 1 ylb Iti/la�ty at Elmtn ia the Morning, will begin ACourle of Mechanical and Experimental I'hiii fophy , >u whidi CtftJci ibe uHijI Eiperinicnt to ^ctn�j-ihatc t't I'll icio'o o) Vulaii'tkt. ti)drt>tl^t|ck> �t.dOp'iik�> wil, tc lbc�n tbe I'LANt IAHHI.vi,  new M*U)i�c tt) tipljio *oj c�t>oLt Vitvv the Mo-.low, Matiuii^o and DilUokCt of (lie rleaventy i: i = been ibewi by anv Midline By J. T. DESAGU LIE R S, L.L. D. F R.S. jit I-i llviije in Channel-Ro-w,  Wtfiminjhr ; Whcic Caiali't'irt A tbe Exp-.imuDts "> p Uic Si UutidanS tl'orcl), Hcct-ltrcci j  Ml Scarlet't, hi. U^ti ci.a. ticjr'it, Atiti'k C.uich, S>jIij j and Mr. Cbovci't, iurgcoa. ui ieiwlrcr Iie1d�. 'Jo be �ood feet SOLD, ian,d Cliariof. 7njf ^V, "t^Pll I NT I M C So � tc * rrnom THE HISTORY of die OTH MAM EMPIRE, Wrintm rrijrm*Ut ia Latin, fr DEMETRIUS CANTEMtR, Lutt Print* cf Moldavia, Tmfiartd iorc ln�UOVfroa* &* **istt"% <� Maaaattlpt, friUPHtaa!* uiect br hi* Sm, rnuat AKT1OCH0S aVrlMll. Mi"# N. f I N DAL,  M. A. 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Til tliin la raWislaiirjas Cains  TbaiWom aalntttWMlaant_ tme ia th? ftcft. mmb^m a� a�yaWJft'4 at it* �aW fit Sheata ad a (tea* fcv Oat tbiSaafr �a SaaarMs tba t$ia> of Marth ^CSt, SubruiOiitmarC'Slna aabf Jaaats, JcteaWnuUKsat�ea� at tM pU4*4nfmd imihtir hfiwttpJmdGetUmitumi^tt �U�Yff Te tV SOLD, Pad, mear.GmtT�u*r-hitL       -'��.� 1 '____a.      a 'h�f M�Wtfi�nti�' BasJhVtat* aMitsrrwallc **WorJt� the laTSttSSSaV* ifarcftawTflnMs. LE FT in a Hackney Coach the 4th Infant, � faagCkKh    -  -     - - -   - j----.----^^aC^; tte Fas* �m tabs* af>aa foyhsmprwa *mXfmt; Uali w �. as* fct dUm as iteksafc Una* �f am Opm-boiale ia t>� Htqr-smifcft. rakecw Iviaaji slat Csaw SoWr. Seas**, tl� VistfeMC.fcriiwwfc fcaWMfcc Enal taduuafa. laai baoa btlf �Ca*m Bawant M�9v>imaMi if tCaM ObatawaV as #31f% pray �top� ROPT Vcflerday about Noon, between iaatat-aW,OswaaCaifcav^ aUwaVCapn,� f4ra> OeU Opt Ca>^aC^�gfea�'dl^it�lnaiata^     Wb^crarUI fapror----. 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