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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 21, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advcrtifer. Nun* nfy FRIDAY,  FtiktiARr it,  1734. Dealt February 19. .Maryland. EMAIN in the Dams, HaHifax, RuiJcr. and Euphrates, Peacock, for Scaodcroon; Ruby, Codlip, for Maryland ; Heafler, Lewis, for Cork ; Pert Fail or, Bcnner, for Lilbon ; Sncatoa, Hunter, for St. Lutar ; Adventure, Sheales, for Africa t Maty, bath, tot Marfcilles ; Rofe, Kellin, for Antigua. Arriv'd, Prifcilia, Hub-bad, from Alicant ; Sukey, Atkins, WindS.W. LONDON. Toe Repot of a MifonJafianding between hi; Proffian Ma* jctjr and King Augustas gutters Credit, "fit reprefcttted in �jua Manner ; A Parry of the Saxon Troops in Poland, half-fjrr'd for Provisions, flepp"d into a BaOywick in Lithuania, bdoapag to the King of Pruffia, and bdp'd thcmfclvcsto what ihrf wanted- The Mattering of the Inhabitants reach'd the Ctnrt of Berlin, and -his Prnffiaa Majesty difpatch'd away a ' Qjarplaint ro Warsaw, adding whh foaxe Heat, that if King Aapfhsdid not girc bins uumcdiatc Satafaclion, be would take it. King Aogufias rctara'd his Majesty an Anfwer with aB the Temper imaginable, made Excuses for the Accident ftdio lure happen'd, and pnnuVd a drift Enquiry into the Affair, with proper Reparation; butdcclarV) withal, tbitas  for his Menacej, he flsould make no Reply thereto tUl he had coafoked hk Allies. �. And accoidingjly tent away Expreffcs KPcKrfiwg, Vienna, and fbme other Coons in Germany. Count Kmfkj.tbc Emperor's Ambaflador, on one hand, and - Oaait Montijo, Amhaftador of Spain, in Gonjon&ibo with .the Miniflmof France and Sardinia, on the other, have held Couki races akenutircly with the Minidcra of State for feveraJ EarspafL We hear that the Groundwork of the prefent PUn foraoyaling the DiSrrrnces in Europe, has been communicated 19 their EaxeBencjcs rcfprSireiy; and on Wednesday extraor--dsnry Couriers were diipiicb'd to the Courts of Vienna, France, and Torin. Hb Excellency the Earl Waldegrm thought proper to bar the ProjeA himtrif to Pari?, where perhaps ft may require a*�K than ordinary Delicacy to break the }cc, and smooth ibe Wr/lw an Accommcdakni John Condaht, Efq; who has been for tome time pift con-^�'dby the Rheums tiUB, is now to well reoover*d, that he will stable in a few Days to gire his Attendance in Parliament, We bear tits* Stephen fax, Efq; chofcn for the Borough of . HJsdOB in WiWhine, and dml, ihciti fur Shaftfbury in Dortet-fJnV, will make bh Eleaion for the latter; and that Philip Bmnett, Elqa will Hand a Candidate for Hindon in hii room. . Ycfkrday Morning her Majefly and the Princci&s took the Air in their Chaises at Kensington, walk'd in the Gardens far some time, and returod to St. James's to Dinner. Yesterday bis Royal HighneG toe Prince of Wales was at the House of Lord* to bear the Debates. And bit Night there was a Meeting of the petitioning . Keen at his Grace the Duke of Qoecnlbary's in Burlington-Gardens. On Wednesday Night died at his Koufe in the Minorirs, Opt. John-George Waikinfon, an old Officer of great Bravery. '   Yetoday Morning died at Chelsea, Benjamin Ballard, Efq: af Pesaance in Cornwall,' * Gentleman of a plentiful Fortune, thtgrcatefl part of .which he has left between two Maiden Jistee*. On Monday lad Dr. J (ham of the Commons, ( Brother to tit Juflinoo JJham, of Lamport in Nonhamptonthire, Bart, sad Rrjprciccutivc in Parliament for that Count) } was married It Jjoktoa to Mils Wood, eklcfi Daughter of Edward Wood, �'of Liokton, Efq: a young Lady of 3000 1. Fortune. Ycfkrday was held a General Court, of the Governors at Gtri&'s-Hofpual, when several Gentlemen who were nam'd Goranon at a former Court were confinn'd, and teveral others SSBcnaaa'd by Gctsikmen who lad a Right of Nomination. At the fame time Mr. Thomas Fletcher, B. A. formerly edu-Catrdiathc fori HoTpiol, wai elected Mailer of the Grammar Scaoolat Hauled in Efioc. in the room of the Rev. Mr. Ehtha &BJo\ lately deceasU Mrs. Dorothy Waifon. and Mrs. Sarah Oaae, were chosen Nurtes of the faid Hoipital; two of the Nsffo, viz. Mrs. Aodlcy and Mrs. Eyre, arc to move into Aeaew Wards, and tbofcncwchofen toukctbtir Wards. The Court agreed to take in 150 Cr.ildrtn at Ealler next. This Day a Sefiktos of toe High Court of Admiralt}' will be JMiatucOld Baily before Sir Henry Penrice, judge of the Court, when three Persons will be used for divers Offences rawmirtcd cn the High Seas. OaTixiiiay Mr. Lucas, a Carpenter at Tottenham, being aSpcclator while iox-e People were ibrowuig kt Cocks had ^UklortUBe to receive a Bin* cn the Temples by the fling �flack of the S:kk, which k;JI'd him on the fpct. ^yft hear there are great Preparations making at tbejOpera-wfc in the Hay-Market, for the Revival of the Oratorio of wid and Bathihcba, wkb an additional Patt coinpos'd on prpofc for the famous Signer Fariutlli, to be pcriorni'd on 'May the z8tb Infiau ; end that there will be no Opera on ArSatarday following, itbttig Lcr Majetly's Birth-Day. Thry �rke from Debden. near Safiicn Wslden, in fcflcjc, if* mi Sunday lad ia the Afternoso, Samuel Gregory (he BlackTmith, one of the Rogues adVrtiled m the Gixrtte. remarkable for the Scar on Ida right Cheek, with another rale Fellow, fuppcVdtobe Herbert tJaias, came into a little Ale-hoafe in that PariOi, drank pleatlfolly, and order*d a Shoukkr of Mutton to be roalled for their Supper. In the mean time one Palmer, an Innkeeper from Tbaxted, happening to call at the said Alehoufr, and feeing the Rogues, knew them to be the lame that were at his Houte lately, at the time that fevcral Robberies were committed in the Neighbourhood t and another perceiving they had Pillols about them, the Coatmbie was acquainted with it* and prcvaiPd upon to go, in order to apprehend them. About feven at Night he charg'd teveral to hb AfSftance, all as wife as kimfe)?; who entering the Room where the Rogues were, without any Weapon in their Hand*, very innocently acquainted the Rogues with their Errand: Upon which Gregory rifing, drew a Pillol and cock'd it, but it miffing Fire, was beat out of Tib Hand, and be tbruftdown. He fooo rofc and drew a Dagger, with which be woUoded two lightly, and two more, at is foppofed, mortally: They then both made their Eicape thro* a Crowd of People, leaving behind them a Bundle, W which were fbme Shiru and Stockings, Powder and Ball, and a Pulol loaded with a BuUet and a Slug. Wheeler tke Houfebreaker, who was taken with two of bis Accomplices on Tudbay Se*nnight in King:ftreet, Bloomf-burjr, wasbimfelf then impeacVd, together with all tberctl of the Gang, by a Fellow who had been apprehended fbme Days before and committed to Chelmsford Goal: fothat'ua ?ueflion'd whether he will be admitted to the Advantages of an .vidence, unlefs he obtains Favour by fome extraordinary Dif-corcrle*. 'Tis laid that the Gang confifts of not Ids than fifty Pcrfbni. Yelterday the Rev. Dr. Bandy, Vicar of St.. Bride's, one cf the Prebends of Wefitnintler, and Chaplsin in ordinary to hist Majclly, preach'd his fecond Mwning-Leclurc agaiott Popery at St. Bride's Church. The fame Morning the Rev. Dr. Hughe* preach'd upon the fame Occafton at Ssiters Hall, and exploded the. Veneration of Saintaasd Image*. OkSmuUtf awr/ tvm CtmriN Strmmu iviU itpnatb'Jmi tb* Pari/6 CSnuxh mfSt. Ptttr h Pmr, far tlx Btnifit effijhf Bttt end thirty Girtt, ttU*gi*g to BroaJftrttt-Ward; that tm tit Montiv Ij tin Rfcbt Rev. Tmiktr in God Martin lord Bl/btf �/ Gltocfjttri tutdtUt in tbt Afttrhmm fy tbt'Htv: Or.-lhmati RtSer ef St. Btmtt Pautt-Wbatf, and Cbaflain intrdimrj ta bit Majify. SunJojntxt in tbt Afltrwxn tbt Rtv. Mr. Ptrry, Rtitv tf Lajtr tuar Coltbtfltr,' Ejpx, yjUI frtmtb at Mrrttrt Cbaftl. The Lent Preachers appointed for this Da/. Before his Majeity. Dr. OibJdi-tton, Dcao of York. At Whitehall, Dr. Haytcr. At St. Botolpb AUgate, Dr. Gcekie. At St. Stephen Coleman-ftteet* Dr. Cobden. At St. Sepulchre. Dr E'fiys/ ~" At St. Martin in the Fields, Dr. Green. At St. Jamcji Clerkenwell, Dr. Nitolls. At St. Kathcrine by the Tower, Dr. Warren. This Evening will be perform'd, I At the French Thiatkb in the hav-MaaaiT, U FAUCON, &c. High -Water at London-Bridge Hm Day. as 26 Minutes after 9 in the Morning, and 4 after 10 in the Altcrncoa. Yefterday Bank Stock was 14.0 1 8th, 140. India 147-South-Sea Trading Stock 82 '\ 4th a 3 8ths a 1 half. Ohl Annuities 106 t naif a 5 8ths. Ditto New Annuities to; 1 8th a i 4th. Three pet Cent. Annuity 92 3 4ths. Milken Bank j 08. African 20. York* Buildings 4. Royal Affuraace 96. London Aflurancc 1 a 1 4(h. . New Bank Circulation 61. 2s. 6d. Prem. South-Sea bonds 3I. 18s. a i$s. Prtm. India ditto 4I. 9s. a cs. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto ai. 10s. Prem. EngliOt Copper 2!. Welih ditto Books (hut. Salt Tallies 3I per Cent. Prem. Royal Hofpital for Seamen at Greenwich, Feb. 15. 173*5. T'H E DireRon of bis Majeftfi Royal Hofpital � fir Stamen at Grttmvicb do btrtby gittt Notict. that fiuh Taliovj- chandlers as art willing to. ftnvt tbt faid Hofpital %  tbt Ptmrnd) mm} TmsOtt, from "Tern tn tbt tmtmmm t Oar, ** fhnV H�nji �k V >. *�< Cnditmr, art dtjVd tob** tbtir Kttn amdMmdb. From the Publick Infirmary, Weftminfter, Afb-WcdncQay, Rebv 10, 1714, XJOYICE is berth poem* tbat km hhndsjtb* rtaawV to tbt mrmHmJt m Jamtifbttt, WtfbmsmftT, mm Hmjt TiumBmgtfa*Jmtmwd tit Smbfrmkrs       ~ tbtir ' 'Jiwt9 JF^fh^Bwjfntv '* >�, taii'4 _ P O LIFE M O. (Hi an� aovis t�bt swt (ffwlstr. aasj � rerfiw* to 1st 1 wiuVsat TktUrs, *b�ti> �it bt Mou'4 ia*t Oaf, ac dH < ia the H*1-*U**tt. ��a�t *tmmn �*�*   Oallerr i*. By tit Ma]Bstt*i Cmtmmwmd, No tm Sim whatever t�be mimir.c* bshaad the 1 ^    fm *V� ms Sim dChtA. By His MAJESTY'S Command. AT the Theatre Royal in Covent-Gardcn, ** cd Mosta*. heist thcadi a telnwr, will t* f^hrm'4 A R I O D AN  T  E; iSt aad to be pm aafetatr. **l � tmttm to bs �4saittal vtthgM T�a�t�. wain wito bt *
                            

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