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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 27, 1834, London, Middlesex                                .��.�' '' Nun*. ti$4 THU* S DA Vy- .Ftrt      % � *$> if fa X>/a*V February 25. I If E SwAotfc, Wright, fitita CaTjt-ichy, � piaariDg to fail tor Hoi-d. Arrfv'd Weoclpridgr, {Jag*, rromGtaoa, (or Haasfawgh* CMkmt, Brayfon. from Cad*5 providence, Stewart, from Dublin. WindS.W. LONDON. .   The Affur of the Scotch PetitSbo is . , 1 AfcrrM till Tomorrow, '��aja. Tiultfay kA Sir George Walton WW tram Qafeo-gfrrlfa-1"�J aad Dotted his Flag on board the SJjgSfcB, Oft- BMRtr The Ships rrfittcd at Chatham I^nXOidtD &B down to the Nore in a few Days. ^1ttW& Kt* Array svhkhkalread^wjpfcWat high >~ OH *t! t*Jl *m faeAnade tuneable up to Bradford and Trough-jJP*1&tee.�" theC��iKt cft1�WooU�.VlBBo. ^b^Bw^fcacy tttwn de Borfee, Mrsrifier from awt^^T Piatt*, waited oa hh Majefty at St James**, ^aw* Difratches he bad *�ai�*d from his Court. And Jbft 2iFa� c� Vrs Mjefty* Mefimgm was drfpaech'd ta his Brigadier {anon, Mi aVtajety* Minifies at the rL^mUmtam a ftfaficnger was difoatch'd toEdwarf Moth, life** Majr^alflBtarer at the tbmtof Sweden. ^rTw^rThat it� tmra el for the future. 10 grant a Liberty fc,m7SoU�vAnaaallewermeohbhtojefty.Service, that aj^'hrdBCbrei, wittrln �twain fariml tone, that tw 1bu arr Caofc of a>ffloe, �r was inrehjkd 09 lit by anffinhler fnpi**, hefliaUiKlDKia^difchaTtfd. upon returning the ' t-wMarry. . TcfaaV JMoni&in Breechea. Three were caft fa IVaai^awtarJon, ijhd tight aco^uurxd. -=--- . A Bfllatat yefteraayfcund by the Grand Jiny aaaiaft Capt. InoajH fee the Wilful Morder of Richard Newboit, a fafatraV Apprentice fa Leadenhall-Market 1 and al&> another IBai^* ttefedGwirtman npna the Statntg of -Sf4*"t, fTelerdiyM6!ji^ in h� Coach aai fcat tV Oatordfhire, wa* ftopt,about half pa Hoar after %#?hck, aQunerefa MDc beyond Ketifington Graed-l*a%%r fite ftigiiwaymen, who robb'd him of a oonfiderabk taavaf J^oney. and feveral other thing*. The Rogoo made " London, aad icvmd Prrkins benie; in Porfoit of jhlai, one of the FeQowi fired a Piflol at a Gardener, who afetprd to knock him off his Horie with a Doagfbrk, at Itpiaawf, aad the B�Us went thro* the Sleeve of his Great Cit, and grizzd on hn-ShoaMer, but happily did jk> other 1 r On foray Night lift a Woman, by Trade a Chiljs  rrng bcrn 10 receive eL which fat was to have hah n Apprentice, and retaining borne between twelve and WtfClock thnogh Lothbury, aLink-bry met her, prcfented aWh*. aad robb'd htr of the Money. t - ThUk, JS. if. The Hon. Thomas Butler, �(9; Son to & JUa>t Hob. the Lord Vifcount IamuWugh. i> made C^aajiiliiiattiaiat in Col. Wentworth's Regiment, in the mm of Thomas Thompfon, g^;^romoted to a Company in ColllnrraySRtghnewof Foot. Ltt Thnrffay the Corps of Jofcph \Iarrbtt, Efqj Agent to k^Ikaia/, was intrrr'd in a very decent Mannar, in St. ptrinVf C�orcJi.yard. His Death is much lamented, being a veaSnaaaqf a goodCharaaer. Errata io Veaerday'a Paper. For Sir William Keys, Bart h�W S* Wultun Keyt. And W, >- Plafiidjflima, nod wki^fimj and fir Antkcflores, Jbaecifftm. \. % it     This Evening will be periurru'd, vjl iWTHTAT.aa RorAt in Lincoln'*-!ss-FiELns, MLEQOIN ASl'ROLOGUE, Ac. ' At-Ot Th t a t x 1 Royal in Dbuky-Lakc, TkBUSY BODY, wiih ACuat for a Scold. - At the Theat�e Rotal in Co�tirr-G  iaii io, Seoth-Sea Trading Stock 82 3 4�k. �3 OW Annoiiu K>7- Dto New Amuuoaj 105 $ Sth�, Three per Cc�t. Aaaaty oj 3 4th� a 3. Milkon Ba*k 109. African �o. Vark^jfcUofr 4. Royal ABnnmce 96. London Affurantc hi 4th a 1 half. New Bank Circulation 61. 7*. 6d. Prem. Ma^Boadi3l. ifs. Pram. India diuo 4L 7s. a 8s. s 9>. �a Three per Cent, dinjo iL 10s. Prem. Bnglffli Cooper A *�aa*-n-Qwt  Sah Tallica 3I per Cent. Prem. ~"       Eaft-India-.Houfc, Ftfb. 26, 1734-"ImE Court of Directors 0} she United Company ---*tf WmtbvLft, mMU fit at ibit HmJ* mVhtrjdfft^ mrtimm. mt tbvtm iu it* fmtmtm, �**fi*r if die *-*&vb m tr btfnt lUf Day tut it dtfiitr'd in, fir *W*�} }nY  WV^ndawr tah 581, atWWi Caawaswhwnt in 9t> JutM't-orta, tftamftabfenatami ttt taken. Note, tttry Ticket will �imh*th*r eat Qaxkittio r* n*l.i�**. THEATKfc in the �of Ac aii> tf TAHufy, *iU ht AT the KING*, toiv'cl mo Or a Tot io, calTd D   A   V   I   D. Coatporii by SWnor Nicoia F�ir�i a.. Wfcw fcaeraf Altftlbfe.     _ k PkanlltaaaatolcpMtioiBlie^ atii n->**r- fjm to be admitted without Tickets, which will be detivr'J tfc.it 1>j�, at tbr Oflk� in the Hty-Marked tt.rMf � C�uln�tVh. GAtlrrjr   Ckmddiam, AT the Theatre RdyaJ Tn^ Lincoln's-Inn^ PicUi, thit Day the �7ta Warn* will at weAatai i Comedy, cail'd Ariequin Aftrologuc, Statue, Enfant, Ramo-Deura Negrfc h SkcUette. With two new Sceao, xi�.    �.'  . Tbt filbaw . 'Cblir ak/ <�i Dec; TowhkhwiUhtwUed, Tlartequtn always ^Harlequin. With �vtral Entertammenti of Dancirtg. Fit and Bootes to be put together it 5 s. Firil Gallery-i a. ,   .   Upprr GaHory �a- 6d. Phm fer the Stage to be taken at. the Stagt'Daee �f the dkl Theatre, where Atti lalaaw will be-aban  Market, Tomorrow the aSUi Infiant, will be afloi a Cwaedy, ckU'd L'EMBARRAS des RICH ESSES : o a, Tbe Plagues tf Riches. To wF*h will be added, ARLEQ.UIN. HULLA. Vfltb frveral E*ttrtaita*t\l$ tf D A H c; 1 a a. No Pcihm to be admitted into the Boxes without Tickett, which will be JelivcT'd at the Bar of the Theatre at $$. each.  Pit j�. Oalfcry l*. ^d.       , , .     .      .       .     .  -----    .--1.......--�-"~ The  Third  Day. For ibe Benefit of tbe Author. By tbe Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, this Day, bemg the 17th loOant, will be fwantnl a new C�- oicO), cail'd .   The RIYAL WIDOWS : o a. Fair   Libertine. The jeiiKiml Charaftera to he wrfbnn'd hy Mr. HitfiOey, Mr.'Brfda-w^trr, Mr. Ryau, Mr.Cktpman, Mn.Hallani, Mo. Stevens} andtha Put of the Fair Libertine by the Author. - Wot /filed tbeje Ten liars. For the Benefit of Mr. Milward, By bis Majefty s Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, on Saturday the tad of March, wiO be tevhr'd a Trafedy, cail'd The  SIEGE .tfH-PAMASCUS. Wnltnlj tht ia� *fr. Hvcuii. Eumene  frvtral  EntIITAI KM I UTi. Boxc jr.   Pit jt.   KrftGalkty as.   UpjwCillery 11. _Tt hgim * Six dCUtk._ For   R 0 TT E R DA M. The H A^t h a ft and Zipporam Sloop* John CranwcM, Commander, f �^A! LS on Tuefday rjeXt, rm# �t Haettolowii ,w> takyifc ttools anj i ta*l k*o*at �M� * ta^DeaaV >i^a�|iWAawVM^CWaw* h^^^at the SUA Jiea �wA$wi, hwh in 9w*rw� faVatky mi the IVyat Cuhaaa* yaw � Michaal iBtaall^a^llieTysetflTowskwIhjc*. .A John TwytuiB ylrrl*, to he S E EN,. Whetn cat JtWt innV*rWT, fall t^urStiy was thmWceat, and hath Bat bert.rKarJ of finer. Whoever win fire Notice of hirp to Mr. J*rtto, o*V-ajr*rnA the WhheJBcar lnltii�x-irmt, near Ca!o\'n-I^ur�, shall ha*� itatoaahh) Charga, _�       ' , WHEREAS a female Child, fuppoVd to be abont three Week* oU, wait left in a lland-Ballut, at the Cite of the WotklKwfr MrAsjnt t� the ParUh of St. Andrew Ho&pn, aiuve the Bat*, in Little Craj'j.jon-lanc, 00 Monday Niaht U&, ahiut so o'clock, wiih the fiiUowiae Thi'nj� bound op +iih it, via.  ta Dayer oVcpt the ChM StU Thuajr, a tttward of three GuirKM paid imrocdUttly 00 tht IMtowry, hy air. Foulke Shepkeard, Mr. Therm May, and Mr. Josrah Swiafae, 0�e��-ften afthe Poar of the &id ParUh. ~ "........ CTOLN on Friday or Saturday Jail, a Gold hJ Watch, with M. G. enCrar'd oa the Bottom ta a Cypbrr, and a Sat Stiwh caanrr'd roiraJ the Rim; when M, it had a Weaaaa Oali Chalk i8dwt. Motaick.KolicLiokt, tbe Hlftoryon theHoak and roidefePW, Vemrmwi ant P>imoro, with a OoracDtft Seal fet fa Coll 1 Anas tMref' Wlleam and three Pik*. Whoever ihall ^ the ftrMtja the Party, aai five Notice fe> Jchn Lloyd, Jeweller In Carey-lane, ra> awtt, Red�tkai awstav aSilvet tilt Sword, with a Silver Buckle and fcriraj, and a BkwSQh Belt. If the Caachaaen, or Peefca that Jut rfcad the**, wtBlewf them to Mr. Felix Bplton, Swwi-cattJeT, at the Riang Snaan f ' hill; or to Mr. Craves, Wroe-Mer*waV,.ia Ne* Lkavikaaie, ihall receive two Guineas IMraid^^aari V. B. No IUward:wiB�ha cdtar*. f O ST hit Sunday, iuppojM to jLm out of the Croundt of Rieturd Haot, Catpeater, U T fWhaliaV � Rjaob 00 hit Sack, �wfo�'d to be hart hy the back fact oT comes eieht Years old. and ua'd to eat of hath Feet brfcee. �    1 London, TOST from Somcriet-houfc on AlhrWed- M~d oeaar, hctwern th� lioun of One and Three, a very1" feet. Leas and n> of the Tail white, pretty kaaEws, b*|e Eyes, aad sa> fwmwthe Name of Dipper. Whorvrr wUbrioa the Bud Dag to Mr. Karfer'a House in Kathauat-nrcct, shall receive Half a Qakwe Rawavd, andnp.O)atr>inw
                            

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