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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 14, 1834, London, Middlesex FRIDAY; tiBR u a r; y 14, v 1734. 1 12: the Dmtns, his Ma- tt Dw/, February - F. MAINS in_______, yRy'i Ship Loneflcff. Capt. Cottetrll. Carre
cn (or too 1. and a-c- hcar;ng Council on both lides, .i�Imy.tiTcaVcid^J�t^n�intifl"o< l. Damage, with , Yrncfday's Paper, for Sir Htrry Ilosigbtcm, as Candidate r Bcdfjrdthtre whtn^t Oppoi.:ko, plccr.- to rcwl Sir Koajer* 1 ifapync, the fbmscr being an acckkiaul Error. ImtJLrt txxt im the jtf:rrv*z tit f? To find the (htning Trophy out. # In vain, alas! are all his Pains ; In vain .he aflts the Nymphs and Swains 1 They nought had found, they nought had feen, . Nor knew they what the'Bopcou'd mean. . Goenlng, at laft, the (horteft way, Where dwells the Fairvf Njfmpb,. I pray* The Arthtr cry*d : They all agree, At once, that. lovely P-rr was (he. To her in halle thefroJ/w flies: Reflore, quoth he, my Mother's Prixt. P~et uond'ring fmird: CupiJ, amaz'J. In Silence ilood awhile, and eaz'd, Till thus -- Nay, good Mamma, no more. To me this Artifia is poor; ' * �', Wou'd yon deceive the God of Lavtf I Penui only know above I Difguifc yourfelf which way yoa will, * I know the^Mnof Bea*tj Aill. P-ce, laught -^Ljvlay, quoth the ptevilh Elf, _On your next Errand fly yourlelf. _ � . This livening wi!Tbe perlorm'd, At the Frxncii Thbatrb in the Hav Mabeet, ARLEQUIN BALOURD, tee. At the T it e a't. r e Roy ai The TEMPEST. ' ' At the T11 eatre Rovau' in Covbnt-Garden, The D OU BJ^jGJUjANTj_.jBbkJtei*ub-Jud il in Dt v *y-Lam b. At the New Th eataS in GooWi�V*-Fii'tn�, The FOND HUSBAND, with Jur-ma and lo.. Yellerday Dank Stocis was 139 1 4th. India 14c. aouth-Sea Trading Stock 81 3 4th*. Old Annuities 106 1 8th, a 1 4th, a 3 8ths. Ditto New Annuities 104 3 41b, a 7 8(bs, a 105. Three per Cent. Annuity gz j 8ths, 3 Aths. Million Bank 108. African 20, York-Buildings 4. Royal Affu-rance 95 1 half. London Alfurance. 1 a 1 4th. New Bank Circulation 61. Prcm. Sovth-Se* Bonds 31. 15s. a 165. Prem. India ditto 4I.* 3s. 'a ^j./Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 2I. 7j; Prem. finglilh Cooper Welflrditto Books (hut. Salt Tallica a 3 4th* per Cent. Prcm. Excrfe-Office, Lpnclon, 12 Feb. 1734. T> X Order of tber~Hon. CommiJJioners of Excife, on Tburfday tbe zatb lnjl. nmtL^t txpofd to Sale, /�their durt � Roomlm tbtOld-Jtwry, (attbrtt 0 Clack in tbe Afternoon ) ffueral Parcels of condemn'd Bobea ard Giein tt,a,JCi>jftt raw and rtafitd, CLoalaie, Brandt, Rum, Gtwva^tnd Ctrdial Waters. WHcb may he vievld tbt i$tb and 1 p% Infl. at tbe Exctje-Qjfiet, and at lb* IVartbwfts near the Cufim Houfe, ft am 9 to 12 in tbe Morningi and from 2 to $ in toe Afternoon, and on tbe Day of Salt from 9/912 in tbe Morning*. Printed Allotments of tbe Particulars will bt deliver'J at tbe faid Office on Saturdat tbe 1 $tb Infiant of ngufar l.&tjts of tbe /tntient and Honourable Satiety of Free and Accepted Ma/otts, ate defu'd to meet on'Mtndetj next, being tbe \ -jtb fijlanf, at Seven 0'Clock at Night, at Forre/Fi Coffeebouft near Cbaring-Crofs, upon a Committee for Diffoful of tie general Charily of tbt fuid Society and other Special Affairs, wLjreof all Ptrfms concern d an to take Notice. By the Grand Mailer's Command. J. JRcvii, Seer. Charitable - Corporation - Hoofc, Spring*, � Garden. 4 February', 1734* .v^^ y*// E Court of Commute Wwr gvvr AWnv, ** / tier wilt eomtimx pmyim ttttr Cftr Attn the trend P�p�r*.> (tf m Sbit&mf in tit PmtmiJ nttf Ant>�r�tw Maodlf atat* tlJrhMl y Chocolate-ao� of Cchrot bt PMaWd r new Opera. - v RIO D A N T E. Pit and Svfett ro bt pot iMctlnf, **i 00 frrtxM to bapdaihfel rithoot T*chti*>�chkh will be 4cli�tt'4 t>it Dttn at tba OnW*' in Covent Gardm ThWns, at Half aOtthofth. HtttClMHI 4� Uppet Cttitry at. �d. >v. ' , By Hit Mait.trr%t CtmmMmi, � � � Wa Pwfeat whaWmto bt^kakttd btU^thtSnwta. ' - * By Cammed tf bis ROYAlv HIGHNESS. 4 By the Company of French Co AT the New Theatre in the Hay^M�rket� ** tht� Dir. tbe u�h IM�t�ir, will be �fte*n Ctmtie, �aTd> AR L.EQJJ I N BALOUREK T�> which will bt adltJ,' rbe FRENCH CUCKOLD. To be perfom'd by the LI LLt FUTIA>f 6V With JcvyrmJ Emtertmimmentt off) a W C I It O. -: Nor^totubtaiagBkte�it� ibeB^wkhaa|tkl^ be �!�ti�tt*4l at the itt of tbe Tteair* �t 9*.ottw Ffr f�> . The Footcata coaate front be-hioj the Co*ch. waiiwg till ta� ladt gan im. ^ifcry. Tho-tady ra� taroi�g im Utti*. tic Pat* Amu* the Door, ted fee inu Lit Plata ba� hia^thejC.itrtniw. 4*\tfr Tat tewtatw jawpi ef bekM ibt Cotch, tht CotAtaia dritai Iba Hoifn. aad goes coat at irit, which Pm* of trotlitn^iototoaaS'diaaarope. ' ' 4th y, Hiifat*wtT�mWcr aai Poflani Maflcr. wbofi of bU nrfcuauco. u thoafhc to be the Woader of ai* �� Tbt Doon will to opea at Fi'C o'Cloti, bcf> at Sit. Bishr. , Pit is. 6 d. Middle Scab) 1 a. Upper Scatt U. a. Gcatksstra aerfladies msy tea tbe cutioM Pictarc, a� Coach aad H^tliu, attf Tisae teiwcra EWteo tad fit* o*C< (how to rwo or 1 hrc� a- � Titie � y r�rtot tUOsf; oreaL pirn* shew sf til the fahwoMaccf, Cttisf u tt^uh Kwiet)
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