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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 28, 1834, London, Middlesex                                  ..... ** The Daiiy Adverlifef. Numb. �75. FRIDAY, Fiirqa\r ag, 1734. DeaU Fehuafy 16. AME down and remain. Content, Bed, and the. . .. r. Ttirpin, bothfor Ma- ryland; George, Sntton, and the Oat ley/Beach, both for St. Chriftopher's s Crawley, Clark, and the George, Way, both for Jamaica; Chhty, Smith, for Barbadoes; Beaver, Smith, and the Albany, White, both for New-England ; William and Anne, Codfon, and the Glafgow, Grey, both ftr TrBicrt ltetofetkm. Johns, for Antigua; John and Mary, Waft*, for Dublin. ArnYd, Expedition, Gregory, from WindS. W. L ON  DO N. '�  r v Yeteday arrt**d a Mail from France, fw write *�n Paris, that Marfhal Breglio hat been pre-wiTd with to conusorin Italy, that hb Difindinarjon to serve theDakeof Noailles hai been made eafy; that be is to coa^iadaMByttrgCainp, and terccxiTeOrdm from the King rUtwat Cbrifiian Majefly has nam'd the Officers for Italy i�| the Rhta*,TbV for the former, under the Doke of Notallet, � t,.l.iiui Liertenant-Gencrab and nineteen Camp-Marfhak; fytkntK*., MderMaifalCoigBy. twenty-irven Liemenant-Gtnmk a�d fbriy-three Camp-Marthals. The Priam of the Blood are of the Namber of tbofc who ^ttGemany. We hear that a Term of fit Weeks has been fart for the fft^ Powers to cemfidtr of the new Plan of Pacification, and nfaify a%air itfcottte Anfwers to the Maritime Powers. Ycficldsy the Right Hon. the Lords Commiffiooers of the /dainlrywmpk^o^oonkrfbnr 3d RateMenof War, fix ^RamaridfustbRab^tobedo^Mandclean'd, in order as he patinto Commiffion. J Tats Day tus Majeity will go to the Hoofe of Peers with the afittl State, in order to.pab the Malt-Bill, and .fitch other )�b as are ready for the Royal AtTcnt. The Appearance of Ladies on Wedhefday Night, at the Soman AmrjafWors. was as brilliant as ever. There was a Cniost of Mofick, in which Signior FarineUi fang ; fcveral Tabksof Curds 1 and Rcfrdhments fctvM in great Plenty. TheNnmberof ladies the tune Night m the Gallery of tht Heafe of Commons, to bear the Conteft in relation to the The Committee fit Tit Cud there were frpfU-pw ittrflioh exceeded xoo. tSacartz, but we hear did not faith. apaards of 400 Members pretest. Oa Wednesday came on tbe'E Sfcire for tht County of Bedford, in John Spencer, E*%; who made hit.El New Wojdttock, when Sir Roger Borgoigoe; fawnhomOppofiuon. ----- Tbtv Walker, Efq; Survey or of the Crown Lands, u chofen for WcfiJow in Cornwall, in the room of Edward Trelawocy, fif who could not* take his Scat in Parliament, being one of tbsQanttjrffioncrs of his Maje&y's Cuftonu. ' . Thb Day the Convocations will meet in Henry the VIIthY CatpdrnWcOiruaaer-Abby. Ydcrasy Morninfthe Right Hot* theCountefi of Abercorn to UWydtiWd oi a Daughter, at the EaiPs Home in BanlogK�g>idtns. . The' feme Day died at hb Hoofe in Cork-ftreet, Barlington-tsjdeat, after a very long Illncfe, Dr. Aifiuthnot, Phyficianto aabtthfajegy. CoLPhilk*, Governor of Annspolb Royal, ate continues sWnoajly at at hb Seat; atStanwcjl near Windfor. to Tacfday laft William Mellon, Edp was married to Mr*. Villa Real, � Widow Lady of 35000 L Fortune. The Lady b Daughter to Mr. Da Cotla, a Rich Jew Merchant of - tan City i and we hear the new married Couple are gone to krpthtir Wedding at Henry Bromley's, Efq; at Horfcbeath-UsUuCambridgeflure. _ Ycfterday died at hb Chambers in Gray's-Inn, Mx. Jofcph Atfciobn,ji great Conveyancer. * The Lords of the Admiralty have been nkas*d to appoint Gp*,Sw*!e, Commander 0! hb Majefly** Ship the Rye, Ureljr wrfrS hem the Weft Indies, to be Captain of the Rippcn, a third Rate of fixty Guns rehoiklmg at Woolwich, and Veflrr-*T ke was fwotn in before their Lprdflups ; and at the fame thry were pJeaicd to order all the Crcw-bclonging to the lyt. to be remor'd to the Rippon. YcAtidsy the Rev. Dr Bandy deliver'd hb third Leflure at ^anjOVs, (hewing the Abfiudity in the Dofirincoi the Invo-Otjoa of Saints and Angels, as held by the Church of Rome. The tune Day the Rev. Dr. Hunt preach'd the eighth Ser-acaagsinft Popery at SalterVHall i hb Subject-war on Pe-*�� �d PHgnmage. The Text was in St. Mark, Chap f>. Y^tx. jUd tk*j uattKt, and friacb'J that Attn ficuld Ycterday 27 Prifonen were tried at the Old-Baity; whereof were capitally convicted, vix Thomm Beam for tending an incendiary l*tttt Mrs. Dorothy ronton, near Bloomfbury, threatening to ftt Fire to the House, unleft 41, were laid within the Rails thereof 1 and Joui Brrkmhe, for robbing of William Naifhof to Gumesn. Ten were caft for Transportation, and 15 acquitted. Yeflerday a Bill of Indidmcnt was fowd at HickvIIaU againft Luke Harding, for reicuing Jamas Ponder and John Hsrvry, two Smnglers, from the rioufc of John Dawgta, a SherhTs Officer in Holbom. Tmnttsw *r/V�r tht ijttf Mtrtk, rnwitt* Birtb-t>*y / her fnfiM Mqtjfy, m Strmtm 'will bt frtatVd in tit mntirnt britfr lofmorr, h it* Mr. John PbilSfi, mt Mr. Harrimtm't *StMi�g-bmji im Wbilffirttty m*r St.Gmp't Chmnb im Scutb-wmri, hqpmugmt Iht/Otti. 72t Huubtf tbtSmHm will afttrwtmLbtrtftrnttdim fsgj^tV.       . OmSmmdm/ttxf UtttAfitrmm,tbt Riv.Mr. Primate, RtOtr 0/ mfi.ir�hm,mNtrftlk, witfrtmtb at Mntm Cbrnftt. Im tht Jdvtnijimtnt tf a Dtg hji at'^Wtdm/Uf fiwm SemtrJttHmJi,^ Ttfttrdtty't Pmftr, fir a Quarter old, fiffi n rtad a Quarter kmgi Tbi Lent trenchers appointed for this Dar. ~ Before the Qaeen, Dr. Conybear^ Dean of Chrift-Ckirrcb. At Whitehall, Dr. Young. At St. Botolph Aldgate, Dr. Belt At St. Stephen Coleman-ftreet, Dr. Croxall. At St. Sepulchre, Dr. Stcbbing. At^St. Martin in the Fields, Dr. Bundy. At St. James C^rktnwell, Dr. Warren. At St Itaherine by the Tower, Dr. Lynch.      - , At St. SavkMr-Sdothwark, Dr. Ayfcough. Thb Evening wul be perforo'd, At the Ki n c'i-Th satr a in the Hat-Mar x it. The OaAToai o of D A V ID. At the FaiNCR TittATat in the Hay-Maxxbt, L'EMBARRAS des RICHESSBS, dec. AT the KING's THEATRE in the Hay. Mnfctt. en tMf am, Wh� tht �  AT the KING*$ THEATRE in the Knr-MMktt, tin Dm l�bsj tht if A of F*maty, will ha ttvWM m Ol a tob     off* DA   V    I    D. Higii V>*ter at London-Bridg� thb Day, at 37 Minutes after 3 in the Morning, and at 53 after 3 b the Anxrnoon, Yefterday Bank Stock was 141 I naif. I4� � 149, t48 1 half. %outh-Sea Trading Stock 8a 3 4ths. 83. Old Afiuitie. 107 a t 8th. Dit� New Aonmtk* 105 $ 8ljs a 3 4th�.  Three per Cent. Annuity 9J- .UM** "?* A&xa^ York-Buikung.4-,v ��f*� '^^J^JfSr im Affurance-i* 3 8ths a 1 half. l^Cimdat� 6U 7s. 6d. Prem. South Sea Bond* 31,17s. fim-+�. 8s. a 6s. a 7s. Prem. Three pef.CMt��� AWPtm. Englifli Cooper xl. WeUh ditto Bojokt (hut. Salt Talhes 3I, 1 8th per Cent. Prem. To the Author of the Daily Advertiser. s IR,       � __ IMofl beg the Ufc of your- Paper, to�tum my Thanks to the.Town for their great Indulgence tome, on attempting uic Part of the Fair Libertine, in my own Play, for my Benefit. I believe no one before, fa new to the Stage, ever nndertook to long a Part with but one Rehearial t which 'da eafy to conceive made my Fears more difficult tacoo^utr. I have but one thing more to add, which is to exprcfi my great Satbfaclkm and acknowledgment, on feeing fo numerous and polite an Audience, at an E*gli& Comtdj; when the *4m**f*l eramcijfmt, with the Royal Intereft, and the FaJbinn hVob Favour, was againft mc.     I am, Si a. . Your humble Servant, ~ ' E. COOPER. r SSp�e Kicot * Pp� r�� a* �    . v^Kh SVMUtl AAfitSMS�' - Pit ttti Dnotofceprt tegnhn, �W� fittm �a tht Sttfe, **& ao tVr� fora to b* �iaimi imbuvt TStlbcls. J tato the Bom ���xwt Tkfcctt, whkh wfll J* at the Bat cf the Thou* � 5*. earn. Pit p. Oalkrf t *. ad. - . For the Benefit of Mr. Capo ram* (FlrJtF*imKtU,t*Mr.Hu^sO*rm) T the Great Room in XorVBuildingk "Vocal  and .Lmst�umentAt M   V   f J   C   K. Wkh Stnroa bv Mr*. V��a ��j her Saw. tnoml OawMtH W Mr. c* po� a �. 1,ral Ami attw pskon fcy tiht atts abam. Tobtsn uSeta.o*Ckck. � ~thhtufin.$h\t\mo, - - York-Buildings-Houfe, Feb. 27,1734:5- rH E Governor and Court \of Afifianls of tht lark BttildiwsCcmpamj da btrtbjjwvt Nttitt, (butat ~a Gtntral Court of tit faid Ctmfam/ htld ibi\ Dan a Prtfojal for an Anttmtnt bttvatn tbtCtmfany and tbtir Crtdittrs btiag ' tbtm ofetd, it -was eatrfd in tbt Jjfirmat'rvt by agrtat Majttitj ; I but a Balitt bti*g dttkatukd spaa tbt Qutflitm, That thb Court do approve of the laid Proposal, and that a Petition be immediately prepar'd to be presented m Parliaawnr, ConjunAion with toe Creditors: Asjd the Governor and 1X/HEREAS on Monday the 10th Inftanc* TV  Bau�w 6-k^s.B-ld-a Skr^, Mtlaaekwai a thUk MimthttulHssvcv�mT� sbiHWaMbetimtt�iKasftSav ^Mt a flxsuarQmr, *ad �! im ir*$sk-laa*ssWBM4j|'a' �a4AsM>uv. anil � irurWr.P. TneOi�tswl�ts�rrjiasiW �Q�MlaS$n Watch, thtml^^thtmiW^Smm^mmmmii^CAMMlmttmn' ftt with BrilEants asrf � ft* mWmt, ailh *W��su�]'�Ch�hi��st, a* -wtthBloed^Mac, B�iSint� sJlllAii 11 * fipiH Hlnil tsuas Wssch,jto ; Waine Unrnxj m CMW*t*jfoWm*CJbriKi, thtUktmtm awssHPif.^ a krec Geld Watthchafcil, ibtKhk Ki^ widia Wamaa'sOoUCh*** | a pb^CMlWatth, tW Kaaw alb Kiac wkh a Mm** Cell Ouhi^ a fmaU aiocAStmt Fvbt-aSt,        a tern Call fafewmsrts s a Taoth-Bkh-eafci andSmnlBtW Aitkia, 9mp, Sash,ate. Whoever wttl|ria�tt�rateaawt^^tta^~4t* ia9t� : x IUthcttBt*a-�aMt by the T�wcr, or ta iVTr. IW Dtvott, WaMhalsher, � the Marbltlkar a Carcr-bac aw C�Ufinidi'* haB. aVaRttceit* Forty CvSatat Kewanl Wiha l>cSwn, a�.M Q^awiafk^i, W. B. If any PttfaaoicBt laac�S>anr of tSS bUHita/*, Satfut �TbehaJ afesiB. tMSctherw^b the Thasa* ahaw iwanoaa'^ the tuna may be haJ        tm*bt* shall have Fm CmaeamtwuL _       Nate. So ptaitrMrmei^iSi iKtHafi. ,: ^"T   1o be S H h Nv 1 Betvcttm tbt Hmmt tfTamrtSi** (Prite tret SUlBmp) m Uu^er-BttihSfrnvre, mt tbt Baft fide, TH E New Figure of Anatomy, made and caMrn'A by Mr. C��mt, Smxpea, wtudi rrjwefctia a Worua cbaiaM   of Mr; Chamberlain, the WeoHcn-Diaper in Bartholo-�r�.Laar. who ftot himfclf the Pay Jtejojitv and brought in gtrVerdia, Lunacy. He was a Batcbelor, and orderiiig hb ^whgr� rum a Fire in hb own Room above Stairs, and not to dtturb him for a Quanet of an Hour ; as toon as the Boy �w get down two or three Steps, be heard the Piilol go off, and pKbtck and looking thro* the Key-hole, law hb Matter fit � the Chair covn'd with Blood, and the Paid in hb Hand. Court of Affiilanu are hereby impowerVi to afibz the Seal of the Company to the laid Petition, and (o pretest the tame to Parliament : . The {bid Ballot trill bt tab* on Saturday next, the t/f tfhttreb. fnm the Hear of z im tbt Aftemmm to 4, mad tbtm tt be timid and dtdar'd. Charitable - Corporation - Houfe, Spring-Garden, 4 February, 1734. "TTH E Court of Committetrtf-lbc faid Corfora- * t':sn give Notice, that tbtf will ttmtimu faying tbdr Crt-dittrt tbt hcand Paymtnt (tf tut Sbii/img im tie Found) every lutfJay, pam ten im tbt Fortmtom to Omt, at tbtir Houft im SprimgGardta. . N.M.Tbt Creditan are dtftri ft bring tbtir Nttti and Budi. b alfe tna> tram ciuM^bfri^iktCiai, tai frwn tbt Chlii t� the M�* jhtrj wkb thr fiflokk ukl Ju<^V Mwticacf tfce HVtrt, aa4 tht Aci two of the Loop-  AU wb^K P-uscstn, l�jnbCT trkb (hwsl �thct Jttefmtaeat, will br (Santa taiaauuf ctvXs'J. in'CncSffli or fisxh, Wotc. ACc^^sww^JJplc^^^J^^JwlUaaJ3t^t^lcL*^i
                            

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