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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 24, 1834, London, Middlesex                                MON0 AYJ Ft**ua rv 24, 1734.. 2>rir� February 22. ' 2MAIN in the Downs, Se*-Horfc, Wright, frorn Campechjf; JcBDrt, ---; for Holland. Came down add biTd thro* 6nce laft Poll, Traltrjn, Saudm, for Africa; Forntae, Mount, for Cadifc; Tendenn,HaIi,for Smyrna; Union, Hanans, and Cambndw, Crocker, for New-England; Heck-scy. Doaglas, for Oporto; Bleffing, Bead, for France} and Benjuntn, Ste-fefritlia.   Wwd SoothEaft. laiMoBdrr to* rrfprtthvAmbaf&dors find Micifieri of toe v-Mer, France. Great Britain,,Raffia, Spain and Sardinia, ZL^O^btnce with trie DcpVjtie* of the States General at Tglfjgie, in relation to die Project of Pacification, which ^fftt^L'y commanfcatcd to them on the part of the ThK Sttnlflaos (ball be acknowkdg'd lawfiilty and � c^dUBjT eWWKwgof Poland, but Dull refign the Crown �t -m btdm if King Atrgaftos. - Ifv/Dca Carlos OiaU keep Naples and Sicily, the Emperor �aMKfcrinEaor*alent, Paraaa, Placentia, Tuftany, and � aatJlsW* theMilamr, the other Moiety to beykldid a the King of Sardinia. -- . _ * 10. France fluUreflore to the Empire all the conqocr'd } IV. AH the Powers in Europe flull gaararitee to the Howe -nfAatria, the Execotko �Jr the Pragmatick Sanakn.*' : Thrjr write inn Pate, that fn Cafe the War corjAwes, the ^MwiDbeniade tbr� Year in Lombardy : TheArmy mau&kof 100000 Men, to wit, 50000 French, 24000 SjaMfds, and 26000 Piedrwrtefe. The French hate at �do* tScoo Men there, bat 40C0 Cavalry arc about to return KtrheBbtae. *Tis certain, the Coon of France have very pi Reafon for not bending the entire Force of their Anns at ^towards the Empire; and 'tis as certain, that they could 1 farther fad Canipain, but for the fame perfaafive known both at London and the Hague. The Brett and Toulon confifb of forty Sail of b intern !cd to oofcrrc the Motions of Iketi Thry write from the Hagae, that the Qoeflkm upon Baron OprydA bring longer qualily'd to fit in the Council of State is ViMn'. f~ his accepting a Place tinder the*Prirk* of Qnace* having been gcnrrally regarded as his^tghnels's own Aiw.dKSoccefslaft Week in their High Mightwffi^Ailem-Ifyis celebrated every where with gieat Rejoicii^/ The Party ajaafi hh Highnefs would have treated him upon tie Foariig of a Foreign Prince, and confequendy his Service ln-c^a^witbaPbcemiiieCouiKilolHoUaad; butaMa-jiraymtheSauexdcicmin'dhodierwtic, by the Vote* of c ^ loawapirat 7: The latter were Don, Harlem, Drift, Am-iadoD.Ganda, the Brill, and Gorcom; the former all North-Bcflaad, Rottcrdani, Ley den, Schiedam, Scbonfaovr, &c. < 'Welnwta^ Ko- inaiaai in May ado, and that he is to have an Inicmcw with Ik King of Sweden. T�saal that a Treaty will be made with bis Swedifh Maje-fy, for fcrtefhing a ceruin Number of Foices to be taken into Of when, wanted. TheQgecn of Poland h brought to Bed of a Princefs 1 The Eapefs of Rnfia and the ekteft Caroline Archdotchefs are to kGnJsMthers, and theEIeaor Palatine Godfather. Uonf rEtane is let oat from Peterfburg on his Return to . Paris. *To belicv'd that the Marquis Monti Will be fet at Lfeertff npon Condition of not being empkry'd again in the j Afairs of Poland, at kail while the Troubles continue-there. - I They already begin to talk of tbe King of Sardinia's marry- I �garam s and that he is to have lie Queen Dowager of Spain, tie Wke of Orleans'* Sifter. TheSpanifh Caralry arriving in tbe State of Genoa by Land, | j iAattiKTimetlKTrarjfrnmcnrer*d by Sea, the RepubJick 1 as m great Con fufion, (hot all their Gates, and doubled their Gtards i bat the Spaoifh General toon made them cafy; but wjTJ of them however, as Friends, that they would let him fHoBaraliom into enc of tbeifTowns,   st ccnfhrr.tly upon tm Fiogcr. The brave Cccst iraua, who defended Capua to long againft Fke, Swcrd, Famiu asd the Spanifh Army, was very gra. ��afly irceh\l cpon his Arrival si iix Encpciai'a Ccuit, and h�bjen �oce flu to cciRaiaiji iu Hungary. The Kmg of Denmark ii 10 Jifpleji'd with the Licentiouf �^'1* Troops in ri^ir W snxr Quarters in Germany, that hthasmalTd the General OScer ihat coflimandtd vxia. Uft Saturday brr Grace the Daichc�> of Kiciunood was wanghttotBdofaScn, whobflikd Earl of March. Chi Monday hft the Lad Fairfax kuVd his Majefly's Hand, �ong ready to fet out for hu Piopiirty in Virginia, and on Wed-**wy Orders were irlii'd fjoxu the Admiralty to Capt. Comp at, CommirAr of tLe Sca-Hoi^c, toLmJ hii Lordihiptheic, asd afterwards rdute tfc; LiL^idfh.p ui. trji Ccajt Thomas BUd.n, E�j; ii ciy.:cn     Atkbunua, in the room  Sir Wdbam Verge, w':jj ; -tarie his liltdun for Hor.iion. TW Lord Archibald Hxk:1lu!, for Quccnboro^gh. ^^t- Purvis is rc-ele&d U.r A'dt^o-gsi in SufiUlc, ,  OnSatarday Ltd died at bet H-Mle ia t' a Glcacelicrthjye, Birt.   Her  *ai Ihaghfrr and Cohru to 6-r Francis Rufftll, of 1 ia WorcettctfLiie, Bart, and uuuiicd full Sir Henry Wife to Sir John Guile, his firR Lady bring a Daughter of Sir Nathaniel Nipper, by whom was John Guile, Etq; formerly Member of ftoliamem for Atlcfbary. , . Yefterday in tbe Afternoon, came on the EleAk� of a Lecturer tor CbeUea, in the rooni of the Rev. Mr. Shofthouft, de-ceafcd. TheCandidatti were the Rev. Mr. Lacey, Reclor of Little-Chelfea Chapel i the Rev. Mr. King, Son of the late Dr. King, Rector of Chetiea; and the Rev Mr. Audcry, one of the Readers of Chtlfea-College. Lalt Night at 70' Clock Mr. King bad ibc Majority.   � On Thuriday Evening the Rev. Mr. Birch was electa! Fellow of the Royal Society. ; We hear' that there are anunufoal Number of Candidates for Fcllowuip ; that the Society is de-Wmin'd to pnferve the Honour of their. Inftitution, and guard agaiaft the Admiflion of Perfons who have not fbtne pecuuaf (^jalinatiora to recommend him. There haVe bern already Negatives pat on two Perfons. The kit electa! before Mr. Birch were. Sir Marmaduke WyviU, Bart. Mr. Peter St Hdl an eminent Surgeon, and Mr. John Chandler an etai'ment Apothecary. t - , - ,  A few Days ago the Hoofe of Richard Hettb� Efqi at Eftft-Cbannon in Surry, whs broke open t The Kogrja fore'd them-felves in jt. the Window of a Parlour facing' the Gardens'/and from thence into Mr. Heath's Study adjoining to it, where they, open'd c Scrutore. and carried off about 120L in Money : There wai a Gold Snuffbox in the fame Place, but it having; a Coat of Arms upon it, tbev-left at� as they dkUikewile fcve-ral remarkable Pieow of Gdfd add Silver Coins, and a Pocket-Book with feveral Notes in it to a large Amount. Tbe Family were all in Brd^ and knew nothing of it till Morning. There was a large Quantity of Pl*te in the Butler's Apartment, but the Fellows having the fiune bbjeOiohs to that as to, the Snuff-Box, had the Caution to go off with the Money only. This Day the SeiEons will begin at Guildhall and Hicks-hall, and on Wedrfefday next at:the Old-Baily. .   ,. The new Comedy calfd *tbt Rival Wtdrw, or Fair libtr-iriMr, wrack was acted on Saturday latt, at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, was receiv'd, bya very nunUrous and po-. Ike Audience, -with otiiverfal Applauf3L___ * The Calends of March, the Genial Day, a votive Efiay on4be^iith-Day and Pcribn of the Queen, Account of memorable Things on the 1 ft, of March not m the Retnemjbranctr, Chana�rs of the Empreites of Rome and of Ulufhrious Queens, and the HiQory of fine Womeni will be the Subject of the Hyp Doctor, to be publilVd iWmow. Tbb Evening will be pejrfbrm'd. At the Thbatki R^jtai. in" fiovatiT.GARbiN, The Op.ua Of ARIODANTB, At the French TitiATaa iff tbe HAr-Market, La FAUSSfi COQUETTE, &c. . At the The* rit Rat At, in Da v a y - La m a,' JUNIUS BRUTUS. Atiha New Theatre in "GoodmanVFields, LOVE'S 1>4ST SHIFT, with lyprTErnnrtfo. B XA^J4 . K   R . U  P T S. Thomas Church, of Lawrence-lane, London, Merchant. John Pcele* of Poor Jnrv-Lane,' London, Merchant.. Benjamin Towell, of Holhoro, in the County of Middlefex, Grocer. ^x' .         � Robert Davis, otherwlfe Davirs, lateofBridgeWattr-lqaare, London. Carpenter and Chapmnn.-   . ^\ High Water at Londun-Bndge tws Uay^-at 3 s Minutes after 12 in the Morning, and 4 au�r 1 iu the Afyrnoon. Saturday Bank Stock was 140 1 4th. India 147. ooutn-Sea Trading Stock 82 1 8th. Old Annuities 106 1 half; Ditto New Annuities 105 1 8th. Three per Cent. Annuity 0,2 1 half. Million Bank 108. African 20. York-Buildings 4. Royal Affurance 9; 1 half. London Affurance 12 1 41b. New Bank Circulation 61. $1. Prem. South-Sea Bonds }l 18s. Prem. India ditto 4L 7s. Prcm.  Three per Cent, ditto 21. 1 os. Prem. Englifh Copper 2I. . Welfb ditto Books fhut. Salt Tallies.)!. 1 8th per Cent. Prem. York'-Kuildihgs-Houfe, Feb. 20,1734-5. H^HE Governor and  Court of Afftjianh of tht York-Buildingi-Campatr) da Jxrtby givt Notitt, that at aGeiural Court of tbi faid Company btld tin Dy, a Ballot  Day, being the 24.th.uf February, will be puilrm'J the ii-.-. Ott.it a, nil'J ARIODANTE. Pit ar.d Boxes to be |>ut tupcther, andnoPefli.ru lo be a u-1 l.i'.ire, at Hall  a Guinea each.   Fnit Gallery 1';;.-; (JaJIciy a. tJ. By Hit Majesty'* Command, No Pcrlom whatever to be sJinntcd beliirul the Scrne:. O S T on Wednefday lift, in St. James's- Park, a little Bitch of the Dutch Kind, with a Collar on, the Owitci > Nunc Mr.    place at Marybon. Whoever will britte her to tb: feE^ifcl"   "    "------------------ 0* Saturday Marth i$tb v0 & jmttjpd; N� I. �/  THE HISTO RY of Ute OTH MAN EMPIRE. WKttf* e*$ntmth � JUfrk, h DEMETRIUS CANTEMlk; Lati Princt of Moldavia, And Tmnfetcd Into Kn�h*, from the A�*�rY!f....... ,;' t .Tilt Namteft �UI b� knk to feck CcartatMn* ttadt* a* aw fkafol fent in tbeir Nsnws to Jsmn, lolut and Paol Kastm, "ttSwCrowB its ' 1-AnlpMtWHwT, when Sobfcr^rNW are take* t�, nfthntit shin memteo'd roineol Oopirt of iteEnprron may he test. ..   ^ i , _ � .. t By tbe Company tf French ComtaHant, T the New Theatre iri the Hay-Market; . this Dty the aath laHanf, wttlht aa*l a OHntdf, ealW  La FAUSSE COQUETTE: Arleqiim  Magrdeii �*.   t       To which wilt be added,  . ' J> Francoif a Londres. The Part of Le Francon to be mitan*4 by a ac�r AAor joi arnVi from Pari*, who ne*er afs��r"d la EneUod bef re. No Pcridcj to be �lmitt�l into the Baxca without Tkken, which will , be delher'd at the Bat of the "theatre at ji. each. Pit 34, CaUarf ia. 64.       .      .       .   . -   ^ .     - �         .   �    � - By their Majeftits Command, "For %\\c Benefic of Mr. F� an'cisojlib. By the Company of French Coaiediams* AT the Theatre Royal, In LincolnVInn-FmU), oa Tbatttiy the   " Ramo* cail'a Arkquin Aflrologuc, Statue, Enfant* neur, Negre & Skellctn. ,\        With two Dtw Scene*, via. Tb*  Elbow - Chair �W tb$ Do�. TowtuchwiUbealM, . Harlequin attuayi Uartequbu With feveral Enttmrnmeots of tkneum.  � Pit and Boxea to be put together at 5 a. Firft XjgOetf tl. Upper Qallery 1�. 6i. heattt*, ldaa�4 th* Pbce far the Stage to be taken at tWSuae-DMt of the faidTl whert Attendance will be tnm� tttry Day, sad Tkfuti mat he hada at Mr. Mariia't, at the Wbiat Peralu aff&t* the Opmi-Hooi* ia Hay-Marker. <    . , Tktodefivcr'dfbrthaadth wMhetatea thtaytfcj To he SEEN, , v Bttvtt* tht Hurt ff Tern mud Six, (Prue FmSiiltbft) im LeiteJter-FuUt-Sfutrt, tm tit Em/ fide; \ THE New Figure of Anatomy, mideand cofltriv'd by Mr. Ca or � T, Surje^a, whkfTrrfrejeqt, i Woman ctu u'd dawn irpoo a TiMe, tunri'J rcWi'd iE�e, whcreui the CkWoIarioa of the Blood a made vi�bU thro GU^Vdm and Arteriri: TheCucuUrioa k a!fb bta tirum the Mother to the Child, aadfrotD the Cltild to the Mother j with the fiftolkk and fjftolck Mutico\_ Uck Yard-wide Bayk Whoever will brine the fax! Big and Pall to Mr. Thonui PcJl, L'oirrakeT, ia Rote and Rainbuw-cmirtinAUerlsite-II �'-"�- a'T�-..a- -~ a!!ey ne. agltl, ft a Jc d. N. R. The Velvet was uy'd black after it �u wave, �> the Sdraao m' i!ack.________���'"'      -�'� STRAY'D or ftoln from Thomas Cotterell of Etun, JiJcIt:, th-- 14th Inflir-, a black GrUicg, fourteen Htndf rwo lixhe-. Ii.jii. cuniir^ &J. this Ota.;, a oii-tc Spu? ia the Middle 0/ hit Fc 11 h.- ;J, itort Ear*, a httlc Wh>:e uc. the u/Js tf cor cf* fait hind foot,. a iwiih Tail, a�J n>.~lt aliu..ft ike a Cha;i-Hvr�r, the Hair dipt off fton. l�,th h.iij Ftf i in riie Trttrr-lc neat* Two Cui" r�ra� Rc^.w.ir.r; a�J rw trj^eli^rr. aik'J. LE FT on Friday laft, between 8 and 9 in the Eiro!nr, ma Hackery-C.aJ> v.n txk        >GtaUactnenat t'r- ii: 1 i.f Mitr .-�..-�� ii; Flor:-:tr�t, it thaaj dowa at the Star* Tav-'n ii'- Cle:r.an-ttr..et, wlaic th: C�>�itciaa drarJc a D-^a^h: o/Bett, ti'aj w.th Pa.k;hreod, tea! 
                            

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