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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 22, 1834, London, Middlesex                                SATURDAY, >F �  ft * * * 1734. lW�nK 1170. 1     .v'l DW, February 20. HE eastwardboood Skips mentJoa'd in ^my fanner are all buYd, together with rtveral other Ships that one down this rorrnoou, bat whole Name* I could not learn. This Morning arriv'd, and rttnata ia the Damn, the Sea-HarhV, Wright, from Caoipeachy ; the Jennet, ---, from Cettei *mi- � �. Reynold, from Jamaica. Wind N. fi. LONDON. ,1-^Mh^arpechlBoardofAdairalty, when their tlZmwat fieafcd 10 order toe following Men of War to kTaalBtt'd aedinxk'd, in order to tie pat into Commiffion, afc. ^iif^ioKTt^aaadibelMoioD, full Rates, and the ' Ma^agBbaawi, a third Rate. . "fie (rase Day their Lordfliip's were plealed to appoint I {^SaVfcs* �* Captain of hts Majefty's Ship the Sheer-2i fixth Race of zo Gens and 1 50 Men (and alio to ap-Slr-' Richard Weft to be Lieutenant of the Pool Firc-E- lirat. Waiiam EUu to be fecood Lieutenant, Lieot. Mfeaa Boidenhaaa to be thinl lieutenant, and Lieot. John ljttnhefaattli Lieutenant of the Cornwall, a third Rate _a^�w* .j. .... m .f fa Gene. �tet John Bcmley to be lieutenant of the Sca-Horfc, ^fjSatf.Coningfby Norbury to be Lieutenant of theBridg- AadiMb to appoint Mr. Benaet to be Chaplain of the Litch- SUiJbny to be Chaplain of (he Argyfe, and Mr. Graves Oaplun of t,1^ Swallow. ' f djodiy the I-or<3s of the Admiralty were plealed to order aoSin^ Number of Imprda Ticket* to be forthwith �gad, jjjj jjjb to order an Addition of 50 extraordinary Wot krnen mktm^ay'd in hb Msjdly'a Yard at Portfaoutb, over and sh* the iifual Compliment. Oa Tac�!ay Ult the Right Hon. the Lords of the Admi-bjyat plealed to appoint Air. Robert Shipphard to V We of ha M�jeii)'s bliip the Naifcu, a third Rate at fltistav rit'die�une Time their Lordlhip's appointed Mr- Lane to |l Met at his Majesty's Ship the JDevonflure, a third Rate ifloGav. ' Yettadry Sir Chriftopher PowcL lately chofe Knight of (ft Samnr the Cuonty of Kent, took the Oaths and bis Jboii the finite of Commons accordingly. -theaVne Day his Royal Highncfs the Prince of Wales went idf tyenfcoi Peers to brar the Debates; and we hear that (antral Highness will be there again on Thursday next am tbt OjWedoeflay Night ended the Poll for a Member of Par-)a|HntfivNomicb� �the room of Waller Bacon, �%; de-mti, via. W For Alderman Vere -     � �   �   � 1829. Mr. Branrhwayt ,        ��  --- i486, Mtaafcitncr was accordingly return'd. ' IkLonlBilbopof Bath and Wells is very ill at hit Palace Vdb. 7V Corps of Gonial Parker has been brought from Corunna blkTevvnfcnd Packet-Boat, and was intcrr'd on Tuclday ~atfjfh great'.SoJkmnjUy' at Falmouth. tdkriay was held a ScfBons of Admiralty at the Old Bsily saw the Right Hon. Sir Henry Pcnricc.Knt. Judge, when Taaass Wiliuros was arrawn'd on the two Indiflments fbllow-J vnv for being conccrn'a with others not yet taken in run-evaaay with the Ship calTd the Buxton Snow, late Capt. ana, bonid from Brittol to the Ifland of Makmba Angola ftHtCoaft of Africa, to the Ifland of St. Thomas in the Mpaasof tacRiog of Portugal, and felling the faid Ship to fcfategaefe there; and alio (or the Murder of the fjjd Capt. hjlt ^9 outing his Throat with an Axe: when after a  *g him on the other Jndicuncnt. '- ^(*{i.Couct>, who hath lain in Newgate for upwards of two Jf** n� Sufpirica ol Pyracy on the High Seas, wss diicharg'd ^tCaBJurment, no PcrJon appearing againll him. was prckri'd to the Grand Jury againjl Capt. Pcn-Ppn, but return'd Ignoramus. ^wThurtlay Night a Country In in was feix'd in bed at the flv^Oii't Head in Kiog-lbett, Wcflmintler, on Sufpidon aasg au Accomplice in the Gang of Houie-brcakers  when *9int fcaich'd'nim, there was only a Sum to the Amount iaW forty Shillings found upon him; but by czaming more j*Hglj, they ddcover'd twenty-ux Guineas concral'd in a lyW'caief in his Shut-Sleeve. He was Yciterday carried j^fevcral of his Majeily's Juflkcs of the Peace, and con-*Jlri wkh Wtxelcr the Evidence, but was not known by ** Wie hesr he is to be re-cxamin'd this Day. Werday Morning about Ten o'Clock, a Sharper came to ^Tey.fcop at the Corner of Pall Mall-Court in PaU-MaU, *J*p�eOidc 5 for fcvcral Pair of Shoe and Knee-Buckles to pfaji 10 kmuc Cjciukmeu at St. Jiuici'* Houfr, wnkh was �-"�bglj doue; but when the Servant came with the Sharper iMhthack Sun* in St. JamesVlloufe, he took the Goods fi* han, under Pretence of carrying them to his Mafter to f*op, biddiag the Servant wait, which he did, but the Fel-^* tltc�trg to B'iaJJirtet-Hard; that im tbt Tf^g h tit Rtiht Rrv. fatbtr im Cod Marttm Uri BjAtf J^rr; ami tiut ,m tk* Aftemrm by the Rrv. Dr. Amu, Wiotr at LqodnavBridge this Day. at 4$ Mutates i ^o"U(Kk ^ tUMaraing, and �4 Uiau^ts after it a|1 This Evening Will bt ferferoVd* At tbe Kit*bV-Tit�ATaa k the HaV-Makktr. The New Oraaa of POUFEMO. At the Ttt tATti RoTAt it Di hj�T Lank, OTHELLO, with the Irtriguiho CnAataaaMatD. At the THiATaa Rotal fa CovewT-GAaoim, a new Comedy, calTd The RIVAL WIDOWS, or the FAIR LIBERTINE. At the New Tm sat* 1 in Goor>ma?*VFi�tb�. GEORGE BARNWELL, with Jonxaa and lo. Vederday Baak Stock was 140 1 8tk, 140 1 half a 1 4th-ladia 147. Sooth-Sea Tradmc Stock 81 1 4th a 1 8th-Old Aaeaiities 106 1 half a j^tbs. Ditta New Annuities toe t Btb a 1 4th. Tare* par Cent. Annuity 9s 1 half. M&ioo Bank 108. African 10. York-Buildings 4. Royal Aflnraaet9$ 1 half. London Aflurance is 1 4th. New Baak CircuJation 6L 5a. Presa. South-Sea Bonds jl 19s. Preaa. India ditto 4L a*, a 7a, Prem. Three per Cent, ditto alios.Pmn. EadtfCoppct al. Web^diaoBoofa(hot. Salt Tallies jl. t 8th per Ceac Pram.____ Royal Hofpiul for Seamen at Greenwich, Feb. 15, 1734-1-. , TT HE DireBors of bis May Ms Rn*l Hojfctal * fit- Sta+n mt Gmmwcb tb bntiy tk* Nitia, tbmt jmtb TtUUi^bvUJtrtai art W/Wft)fc� ibt JkU thfcud txitb Caxiltt. may rivt in (btir Ptfftfatt ft tbtm* ft"** *h m mania*, tit xM Mam, at WiClttk im tbt bbnthg, at Salurt.Hall. _ h ______-^am, AT the KING'S THEATRE in iht " Har-Marxet, this Dti, onag the and of ftbraaif, �� be pttform'd a t*w OPBBa. eaU'd _, P O L I F E M O. 9k �*l Boits to ha oat t<�tin�r. sod ao Parfcas to b� withoot TTtlwa, �hidb will be 4eU�cr*d Oils Day. " tat Offita in toe Hat-Market, at half a Ou'wea eatb. Calawy %K By bit Ma J� #tt*i Cmtmtmd* tut rarfoos vrhsnver to be a be ifeliver'd at the Bjt of the Tbeaire at 3� each. P� }*. 0�! u 64 PUot* tor the Boaes may be taken at Mr. F(iboare>, Merchant or lappec-Soua. it the laid Theatre. 4 No pcrCw co be adraiiciad bshiad the Satncs, nor aay Monty to be return'd after the Cor tan it drawu up. To begin at Six o'Clock. By their Majejiies Command, For the Benefit of Mr. Francisqjic. By the Company of French Comedians, - the Theatre Royal in Lincoln's-Inn- Fieldt, oa Tborfifay the �7ih inltaw, will be Prcfcayed a Coaacdy call'd Arlequin Aftrologue, Statue, Enfant, Ramo-neur, Negre & Skellctte. To wtuth will bo edited. Harlequin always Harlequin. With ieveral Entertainments of Dancing. Pit and Boxes to be put together at 5 s. Firtt Gallery a 1. Upper GaUery is. 6d. places for the f tagc to bt takes at the Stage Ooor of the CiidThcsrie. where Atiaoemece will be given every D�t, aad Tickets air be b*.'. nd �>Mr. M�rfi�'�. *ttbsWhMVetriwtaoppodia theO^atirUouU io the Hay.Maikvt. Ticktti delircr'd fee jhe aatk will be taken   a B>vu N11.; aod io the faid Hamper wat a assail Waiultot Boa Uka  K>it�-r*.i. wtb a Uwiif Cover, aad wrapt op�iih b>�wn f.^i, i�d) aodfe^kdap, and tnara'd P. i\ Tba Coueau io the faid Boa arc. �a. a ��c|d Kcpct-io% Watch, the Maker's Nasae H�b*rr. the aotion � ibe C*fc * af>j4-kiooaftc wiib Brilliants and a few Jtubic** wiib a Wotnu."� Ciiaia lo if, fct with Mood Itooe, liilliaau and Rubiei; a lixull Bliod Kunx Watch, the Name Icroas taOold WaicH, iha Name CatMiu, ihc txt-ion csameU'd; a laqie Cold Watah thattd, 'he N�m� Kic^ wuh a Womau** Gold Chain } a plain Gold W.tih. ihe Niicc *lfu Biqji, w i� i, a Maa'sCoU Chsinj afinaU Blood Stooe Pockrt-CatV,�nn au�G,'u Inllrumcoii, a Goll Tooth-pMc-^afc ; and (>ter�l otUt A> ul <�joj, j to fetr. Jobo Twymao in Sr. KatbcriacVcmrt by ib � cr, ur :o Mr. Peter Ihtpoor, VVaichoukat, at ihe Marble Uuor i" Cttty Ixj: exit GoUfmitbs-Hatl, QiaM receive Twenty  i�� Cube** Ka  40L V* Goto 441. i . 64. A'boocr briufciii co Mr Cbiptia. r.;ii ilc White Hurfe Ion in PtcctJlrcei. fliall U�ve Tv/en-y C'iinca> RtmaJ. aadaot^jelli^r, �sfd.  N" ^>c�ier Hc*�rd will be Jftr'4. IF Mr. John Lincoln, who lately kept the GarterT�vcu> 11 si. Mtrnc.'>-Une. �ili�nu u will'* Coifttiwuie ia Pn^kfojritm.Ooun, Cl^iictCiuli, Tosatt'w, in- Maoi, bctweeu the roiui ot rivear>d s|� ia n� txotej, h> "til an fill Dai mmdfif Ot fitmt, Sim (Prnt eW Sbmrnp) #*r JsWr a/rea �sai U�ifamWhJtm*t tm alt f H fc New Ttgure of Anatomy made and Oroalanoej uiK>km troai the \W*a>MBWBaK*a*ifSmehtvT team iii. deuafed. TO     *V     S O L D, 'H E entire Stock in Trade ol Mr. Thomas j*. Ua, hue o> ^am-hi^  txism, a largt ajaaoriiy of TaahridM Wire, �cj fxa* thiag. �a ibeCoti_�t vllh ie*c al txtvr/Wood t.VJ u. nitJ..'1-.iuj tjch Ooaiv a>> ftrtba wiUi-ig to rraat tor ibo Uiw, oaay �c a^ i -tausjr vt -J* Uii Goutt at fan leu Ottelliaf ticul�. N. B. Tfcc tc tie of tic Hoci wiJ be immediately tjtuiiad fee tba (cautaiag Term t* aty 7C6��a. _ To  be  SOLD, Bn'j^'.t rcr fr       �*  Uiut/     iirr, ,ai ol ilfJaW ; ever let loca u> itu� C fca:ff.   lUz Ii^j a * cow       at Livery ae Ur JobjJiUVi, t^s if. uf 1?-: I.taid liau;ii Ltar Wijact^apaj N. 0. The abuw aatati^'J Hiio are to be ben ty TxaefSOalyv wtrcb will be deiivcr*d at live I'll.:* fuJtJvina; ml. trM.aVMaiaV Cos&e-suasie ac cbeCaaMi �f Hx^rndU . WiUiatus ia St. ^aaajV , tticea; Wiltw ta�Jka��>*8B-�c�:t. tAwwf*lcd� i Kf�   

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