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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 20, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advertifeh *T HUR$D Atfjtiru a r y .20.  1734- Nimbi iioi; 1 *�'        1 1 1m   *   fin, f' Dai/, February iSV to. EMAIN, Halifax, Batkr, ana* Euphrates, Peacock, for Scanderoon ; Ruby, Cudlip, lor Maryland. Arrived, Drcgon, BeH, from Turky ; Aon and Betty, Rice, from Falmouth. WindS.W. LOUD O N. By the Mail Yeflerdav from Parfi we Jcain, that Marfhal Noaillcs is actually gone for Italy, to open the there: -He fet oat a little fooner -than ejpe&ed, to lute an Interview with the Spamlh General at Spanim Troops are to bait in the Territoriesof the _JDuke, (HI the Month of March, -* *5�*e mean Time Matfbal Brogliocondones Ins bfft Mea-'jSttfor fan ing than, an open ftfart .*** pK�wring the ' Clipim hiTrrnrrirc '*-   Grrat Preparations are making iiloaWfbrcacartpingan Artay under it* Wall), and the a|n�Kf ieJdaa "ire, and several other ccnii ) V :r� lia!y. A Body cf : zcoo Saxons is returning oat of Poland to jgin *�I�&p�ibl Army on the Rtu^lc ; but 'ti> Uai'd'they will lave lasflo) mcqt nc^-rr heni:. Tne Jcuiaxy cr iiaicn (irumbkaw *�* tte-tjoji: of Berlin to JCcnigmcrg. furcifb�s much Spe-*Bvi�: tov. reported thai ri� Pruuam Maj�% purpofc^ aTcur thithrr hitaidf, as toon as his Health will "�atk. lattf rs from Ccnflaniinopleintimate, that the Earl of Kinoul, � llajoRy't Ambaffador there, is in great Ccufidmcc with the ; and, in Conjonction with the Dutch Ambiflador, i* By cemfubed open fay Incident relating to the Affairs of Toe French Am^ffador has a very coofidenbic Party,la the Divaa, but b no jPavogriteof the Mlnlllet**. Thefe' Letters add, that the Vo^lttvmg a little time ago (ent Sir the Ruffiao Mini^ersi complain'd totnem; that the Gnatim, by the good Intelligence fbe entertaln'd with the Perfian General, gave Sufpidon of her (jpititing him up to continue the War i and that in cafe it toould prove lb, he could notanfwer for the Confcqsence: To which their Excellencies anfwer'd; that if her Czarian Majeftv^ Friendttip with Perita ccfcM give Umbrage to the Grand Signior,.fht ought to take Exception at the Union and Intimacy which the Pom cberUhea with a certain Power rbut; tjarfai hif Majefly would give no Occafion h� Sufpicwn on her fide, to (he fhould take none without very manifeft Reafons. *Tis certain, the Emperor hit too much Caofe to fedpect the Defigni of tbcPottt, snJcwfcbH^mg*^ tionV,at^istakjnghis Meafuranc^tobefurpria'd. , His ExocUency theSpanifli Ambmflador i> nuking rrtpara-tions for having a grand Mafque/ade at Powis-Honfe a> foon as Lent is over: We hear that 600 Tickets will be given out,and that the Mafqucrs will be entettain*d with a magnificent Suptcr. 'lis (aid that fome of the Royal Family will be there, an Ho-nour, that, was done the Portugal Ambafftdor upon the doable Marriage of the prefent Ptince of Bnwil with the Infanta of Spain, and the Prihce-of Afhuias with the Infanta of Portugal. On Monday ne*t"tbeSecretary of Portugal will give a fpun-did Eatertamfnent to feveral of the Nobility and Foreign Mini-ftert, at kbHoufeHGot^eh-f^are, on Occafion of the Birth of the Princefsof Beira, Daognter to the Prince of Brazil, it being the Prmce&t firft Child. Her Royal Higbncfiwasshasv ried Jan. 29, 1729, but was then but 11 Years old. On Monday Lul died at Bath, after a long and Uirgring Illnefs, the Right Hon. the Lady Dowager Tortington, Re-lid or Thomas Newport of Brigftock-Park in Nonnaropton-fhirtr, Uncle to the Earl of Bradford, created Lord Tarrington in 1716 ; alfo Privy-Coonccllor, and one of the Tellers of the Exchequer to his hue Majefly. Her Ladyfhipr having^nb Children, her Jointure of 25001. per Annum devolves to the prefent Earl of BrMaferd. Yefterday the Minifiers of State dined with his Grace the Duke of NewcafUcv and about 8 o* Clock there was a grand Meeting of the Nobility at the Lord Harrington's, upon an Affair of great Importance, which comes on tbh Day. The controverted Election far Sbaiilbury will be determuVd this Day.      :� t , The Lords George and William Manners, the two youngeft Sons of his Grace the Duke of Rutland, by BridgerDaughter ai^fbkHeirtoRobmSutmn, Lord Lexington, who died in 172), are about to take and ufe the Sirname of Sutton, purr fuant to their Grandfathers Will 1 and we bear that a Bill will be paltM this Scfiion accordingly. . *    ~_ On Sunday next the Court will go ont of Mourning. On Thefday laft a Difpcntation paffed the Seals, to enable the Rev. Mr. Plumbe, Chaplain to the Right Hon. the Earl of Glencaim, to hold the Rcftory of Mobbletog in the County and Diocefe of Cbefter, together with die Rettery of Aughtoru in the County of Lancafler arxlDiocdc aforeTaid. ^_____ Yefterday about One o'clock a Gentleman was taken up in LincolnYInn- Fields, for -inlifling Men for Foreign Service. He was carried before Juflice Mjdfbrd, who committed him into the Cuflody of a Conflable, till he bad acquainted one of his Majefty's Principal Secretaries of State with the Affair. ThcPerfon that inform'dagpirift him is one that hcinliilcd in Ireland, with pothers, about three Years ago. We have an -Account from a Gentleman of undoubted Credit, that Thamas Kouli-Kan, the famous Perfian General, is certainly difecwr'd jo ^ pears by fome genuine Records of the Family of Mac-A lifter, Laird of Loupe in Argylfhire, that Alexander Mac Culikan, Grandfather to the prefent Thamas, liv'd at Culi-droinach in the faid County, and wtnt with Alexander Mac-Aliucr, late Laird of Loupe, over to Ireland, and ferv'd in Col. Fairfax's Regiment under King James, and fharing that Prince's Mif-fortunes, followed him to France, from whence be was fent afterwards to Perfia, where he fettled, and his Grandsbis is now reviving the ancient Glories of that Empire. Yefterday hb Majefty's Jullicej of the Grand SefCons for the feveral Counties of Wales, appointed their following Circuits, P^W.H.  I*ft Week 14000 Barreliof Wheat wert lentei'dmomCnftmnHcmei as were alfo great qjaviiiti of-other Gnm arid Flbur. ,:.' This Eveaieg w3I be. prrfbtert,   . . ; . i.; .V At the TiiaaTaa Koyai. at CovBnT-G*raoaa� The Oi-ira of ARIODANTE. At the FaaacH TMxATaa in the Hat-M*tarry La FILLE CAPlTAlN, tec. At the Th a a t � a Rovat in Haw a V La * � The COMMITTEE, with a new Farce, callM A Cm fir At toe N a w Th sat* a in Goodm*nVFui.�i; LOVE for LOVE, whh jorirta and^ lb, mttrmijfd with JYtf ormPht, or H*fitg telttr fjnut ilfkrrwy. .�� � High Wsm at London-Bridge Mas Day, at to Miautts after g in the Mowing; and 49 afiet 8 m tUAIarooon. VJZ. Tbt Hon. Job* Vtmrj, Efyi md 'Richard Potttngtr, Bffi Chcfter, l'.:d.y March z8, at Chcftcr. Flint, Thurfday April 3, at Flint. Denbigblhire.^Wedneiday April o, at Wrexham. Montgomeryflurc,'Tuefday Apiil 15, at Pool. Richard Carter, Efq\ and -- Praflor, Efai � �     i. , Saturday Vlarcn 19, at Piellcigo. -  ,   ,1, Prid-iy April 4, at Brecon. .        ., Tburlday April 10, at Cardiff. Ibi Uji. John Trevor, Ejq; and IFiUiam Bujicn, E/f, Carrnarihenfhue, Saturday ApriJ 5, at Carmarthen. Pcmbrokefhire, Friday Aprilii. at Havcrfordwett. Cardjganfhire, Thuifday April 17, at Cardigan. Edinburgh, fib. 10.. Laft- Week, as they were carrying fume Recruits on board a Ship in the Road of Leitb for the Dutch Service, one of ihera tupping to the Sum of the Boat, bid the reft a Farewell, and fb leapt into the Sea. All polEble Care was taken to favc him, but he refilled all Help, and So perisVd. . Yefierday Pank Stock was 140 1 8riL sWUr+7- 800% S� Trading Stock 8x t 4thT QW�/witira 106 1 half. Ditto New Anmrirics toe 141b. Tare* par Gent. Aajadry 91 3 4tbs. Minion Bank 108. African to. Yotk-B�0d> mgs 4. Royal AfTurance96. Drnden AfTurance ia t 4tb. New Bank Circulatkn 6L it. W. Preni. Snutb-Sea Bondi 4I. Pwn. India ditto 4L ft a i T Order of Ibe Hon. Cmmiftontrs of E*c&% m Tbvjdaj tbt totb /�/. -alt bt txfiU tt Salt, im lltit Cmrt Rmmim tbt Old-Jewry, (ft tbmt'Cbcmi*tbt an) fivtral Parcrlt tfcmdtmtd Dtbta aadGrttm fia, ravt ami rtaftrd, Cbtdlatt, Broad*, Rami Gtmva aai CirL Wattrt. Wbkbmaybtvieoid tbt 15/* aad tjtblm/f.mtk, ExciJtOffitt. mad at tbt Worth-jit mar tbt CmitmUmJitfima 919 ix i* tbtMmrv%, ami/ram z tt  j It Rrw ia OcaffuU, Tmmrtvj tbt zift tf tbii Infant, at 9 c'Cicri in tlr Foreman i ufoH tubkb Otcahjatbtrttvtll bt. a Strrtnn ftcad'd bitbtRigbt Rtv. tbt lord Bifi�f tf Cbitbtfitri Praj/ta m..!? btgia at i 1 dCbck. From die Hofpittl near Hytie^Park Ctarncr. February ao, 1734. XJOTICE u hereby given,  that a Special * * Ctart -wilt bt b*ld tbtrt n Friday tbt Jtb tf Martb ntxt, at 10 i Cttci ia tbt Ftrtasm. T. Smith, Secretary. AT the KING'S THEA'i'RIi,  in the A liay-Uirfcer, 00 Sitoidir �ir. itc sad of rebrujry, w�i| bt pc>for�'  a taw OPERA, a'T6 P  O X IF  E  M  O. tit mn4 torn to be put �r�c:Se�. -�J �o PcrCto* 10 be a4�ir�e4L wiihoot T*kt*t. mbiat will be 4c!l'crM ifati Otf, m iht OAtg iu ibe Haf-Market, ar liiU  Guicca cub. Gallery %*. By bit Maj i �Tv'� Command, No rwfoo* *harc�ci to be titmmcd bdnai ibe Scones. Tit begin at Six t'Ctsck. ...... By His MJJESTJ's Command. AT the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, ^* it>i> far, bciflg �h� axh ot HUavj, will t* p*rfgca>'4 te new Opc��. t�i.'d ARIODANTE. pic m*
                            

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