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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 1, 1834, London, Middlesex                                Dealt February 27. HB Ootward;houe�l in my lift ftijl This hforuiog airtVd, his Maiefty'* Ship Torrirjaoa inn the Wethvard, arid , Tioetnan, from Oporto. Wind South, Mowing hard. L ON O O N. VeOtTday arriv'd a Mail final Hoi ,.    . .   .''land.     �   . ~ 4rite from War&w, tint the Palarin of Kicwy, general of Poland, hat accepted the Conditions pra-wbjin |w the Cornroiflaries of Roffia and Saxony, and KtceySTntiy rhaflc hu Sabraiffion to King AugaBss, tup. SSSthe whole Army under his Command. TheCalM-wel Cracaw, the Grand Marihal of the Crown, and Antral itetto&men have done? the like � bet Count Tarlow, Pa-Lablin, to whom the Bifhopof Cujaw was ant with rpolali from King AuguRus, hat broke off all Cosv and reta&t tbjgrant the Prelate any Palpon to rcotra, J^^a Body of Auifin* areoo their March to Set him at "SS write from Mafaja, that t r* rmperulifls mmh aa Atttmot to (urprize GuaftaUa and fort Urbiao one antratjB-S^Xt Wve Jifappotrtted in both that a link Engagemcat Sd between the Dctachmeftu of the two Annie*, m which ' l^'^^ttU'da^'wwMiiVd on each fide. * The Porte has giVatoOrdtrt.fbraflembliag a nomerons Army ia Bo&i, under pretence of fending them anialt tbePcrfians; but the Emperor apprehends they may be drfigr/d 00 another Wjditibh, and hat countermanded[the March of fevers! Re-�^bjb: for Italy, who were ordcra thither from the Frontiers of .^Coilcy. ~ The Contraflers for victualling the Imperial Amies in Italy and'Germany, have had urge A%omenu out of (he Loan Utely made to his lrnperialMajefty. We beaf that an Eart-Irulia-CompanV is going to be tflibliro'dat Hirobargh; under the Prouctkm asfcf Authority oftUKihgorPniOta. The Council of Commerce at Madrid has prevaiPd with ata'aUBf of Spain to fufprnd the Ifcparttnc of the flotilla kv li V�i*Cniz till another Year. The vaft Qtraatjup of Eu- mtin Commcduia now in America having funic tJatiVfrice jVaTrifie; '"'    :       " ' ^Tht'King of Proffia i� building  Ipacknt ArfcnaJ at Stettin, iadjut ordet'd a vail Number at Bmfi Quwoato be caafar ' MFuraiture. f' The French have made no new Mdtiomoa the Rhine fiace rWy 9^dge waa rentuvll from HmmingA to Brifitc, but they riva out that rjpy IhaU appear wiUueoooo Men ia the field TfftSitutloB and Policy oT the Com of Fra^tppiati tar*odd oa thePre*U*� �Vk the Water. The Bimom are tar4aU%4^� �h� Ku^ AtKbcdr^ fdf*45m** and tlurlaiog ia pulhagoaw* lint of toPatrJaasetit. *Tfrtafc* that Mattan are taJciaf ts* hiuse lijttt M pati� they went about two Yean ago* wfie* all tie 'jjkjgffcen ware. baniuYd. Baron Sjarcke. who refided lately at thai Court on the Part af oeDake of Holftein, and was bis Royal Hhghiatft full fflTaurkeaad Minillcr, is laid tube fain into Difgrace, Xejttrifrom Pcterfburg confirm thegjoriooi Att oftbeCia-ihjai at havingjrtm�t*d u> nerSubjcclt half a year's Taaes. ^Yetlerday riu Majeily gave theRoyalAflent totheMaU-BUl , The Houfe of Peers broke up laft Nightat % e*Oock. Theft Wtte 134 Lords prrientupon determining the Great Atair.- Tjhere were 418 Membtn jprefent Yetterday in the Houficof Commons. That Hon. Houfo fit likewific till 8 o'CJock. Rer Majefly this D�y entert the c (ft Year of her Age, on h&OKafon 'tis exp�Qed there will he both a naaacrauand a tpWndid Arptwanctiot Perfcru of Quality ind Didiadibo fa-pay their CcmrJirncntt. The PreparattOBS by Mercers, tfeDroideren, TayJora* &c. exceed in Richness any Birth-O17 that can be remernber'd. Ia the Bvcaing there wiD be * BsU m the Sute Ball-Room. The Right Hon. the Lady falcoaberg lay but Night very Mroufl? iQ of the 8maUP�x. at her Udyfth/e Houfe � Grmt George-Street. * Yefterday the Lord Vifcount WcymoBth presented ja. fine Stent rtarfe w his Royal HigbK&tbe Prince of VValea., NettToeflay comes on the �)cclion of a Knight of the Shire for the County of Monmouth, in the room o\ Major Hsjbary, deceas'd, when his Son Charles Hanbury WUliams, Bfo will be chofen without Oppofuion. . On tho 83d of latt Month was M, 00 the Bank of the Ifle of Wight, a Dutch Galliot-Hoy, caird the KatbcTine and Udia,..Pjiuuen, fromTCrefwick, laden with Bay-Salt for Aav jkrdsm: The Men were all iav'd except the Matter, who was Hfi at Sea four Days before hi* VcflcJ. They write from Norwich, that the OrBcers of the Cofioroj having Infornutio. that a Urge Gang ot Smugglers were at tht b>ck rjull at AukbriJgr, about Ux Miks from that City. Aey went in puifutt of them ; but before the Officer* could get thither, the Smugglers were fonc, to' the Number oi forty. With ejn kd Hotle� : Bat upon the OfHceTs icarching the laid Ian, and other Htmles, they found near 4 C. wt. of Tea. Which they itia'd. 'lis added, that they were infonn'd that thtGaag upon the Coajl confuted of at lead a hundred Perms, divided into two Bodies. Yefterday twenty-fcven Pritbners were try'd at the Old-Baily, �2ht whereof were capitally conviclcd, viz. John Fielder, William Saunders, Joicph Rofc and Humphry Walker, for jUXflgg arid robbing die Houfes of Jofepb Lawrence ud W�l-** P�J��i �f Goods and Money to a great Value 1 William Wwiami, Richard GulWord, WilUun llaacfiw and Robert jicks, /or breaking open the Houfe of Richard Ridgrfy. and f*�uig Goods' to the Value of 401. Ten were call for Tranf-P^ftsuon, and nine acquitted. ^Capt. Burroughs was try'd for the Murder of Rkhard New- the Poulterer's Apprentice, and acmiitted*. f Tai* Day comes on the Trial of Luke Hardiag for a Mtl-d�aeiinor, in rtfcuiog James Ponder and John Harvey, two fffSgltrs, from the Houle of John Dawgs, one �sf the Sheriff** OCecrt. We bear that a BUI will be prefimted to Parliament (or the (wpprelpng the praclice of Smuggling, and for the ma- �aawaw V��t wa> satertad aa the Daily ft*. Boy of mi i|A   Fe&wary. it\ chsjagM jfroper m aM �s Exrala^G��ar^BelcsWsiats�^� AstttaBy torJatodi af April mm. by which it appears what Seat* the Gomrswr haw cxsscerv'dlof  VcaeafttjsNanrrr; On Hnodby the jc^rfParjeaahet, thcHoatetsTRcprefcn. tativet of MiftihdbT lay aa Mt�rEnglaad came to the followiag Vote, "     t " Fonfluch aa it at to be faar'd. the prtfart Commc�ohs " snoog tl� Powers of Essiopa ssary feebably produce a War " bctwceatheOowasof Great tfrsmsnaari France; for avoid-" iag the Calsaairiat tntreof MBmoii las Majdlly's SobjecX - thcla^abiiassttoftl^aadts^^ *i,m much aa aaay be, ** Voted, That has Katalhmcy dacGoferaor be eameflly ** defired (mcaaeof aRa|�aicbcrween the laid two Crowns) * todehmbstEaowoati, by att taccer oxaxu, in coaccit � ws*tJeeC iVFia�.r>s, LOVE MAKES A MAN. win jvrirca and lo.      ,-� Hrga Vkaaei at after'4 m theMursriag, ja ibis Day, at 8 Minnies mal at 15 after4 m the Altersmiup Yefterday Baaat Stock was 141, 140 j A laA� �4� , 4tb, 14S. Scatll^TiwlaagSaadi 8a J Sths, a3 atha, OMAsaaatdmsoSyStka. DidiNs^Asmsurja�io$ r hall, a c gibs. TLii |'-J Ciiai Ilaassajr nt J |"*" ' 1 fitk.oo. Aftsamaa Y�k-Boii�awa4:uM*fa�� *>i4�jT Dswte Affwe .a t k&.JNew Bask go.- Iadlada� 4I 6s-Pre- Threer�C^*t� EagWbCoJSerlL We*diem 1^fcsSt- SakTallies5t c�rCem. ftws.__ . ^______--- By Command of the V O JL - G 1. ftNTitfAn matt, ittyb^fitircb* willbtbeld V * GanmiCk*!* * *** Orir-GOR-MO-GON, mt tir C^B/Tmmm m ftc0-tml, wfcav *U GrmJmstn mad Li-�rariettt an aWaf> Hf&ifrgwik&Jihwdtw mfmfU*l I. C. K. 1.8. AT the KING'S THEATRE in the Hay* atarker, �oThwta* ant, aomtbi atn *Muth, �(B l� An     A  3 S E M  B  L Y. Tickets wflt be 4ehnr*�, to S&cnktn oeJv, ooWofacfl*; atxt. at Wfcitx"* Ctouhtt- bamk in Sc. Juoa**-�ncr, wboc Saoftr1|tfcirai assj| taken. Notr, Emj Tkkct �[| ateic adxr oae Grtairmm m two LaEa. kFi T the KING't _ Hav-Mirfcct, an Tsdbr near, rmrdao Oa atob ia, D THEATRE in the the �lh ot atarch, will be V    I    D. hr Saaov Nir�ii Poaroaa. Wkt tnoal AOoam. PftaalBa^tofefattBOibW, wtbVUcm oa the Soar, aa* a�Ki-*jm to kc tim y mm'-be �*ea*4 at Tkwro'Ckxk } Pit sad Bean at Fi�c Tm hpmmi Six iChtk. tor tbt Benefit of Mr. MALI kr, (The Pieroc.) By the Company of French Comedians* AT the New Tbcanre in the Hay Marker, on Mcoiijr am, laasa the j4 of Saanb, will be r/K&atoJ a JLc Jeu d'Amour & du Hazard : o a. The Harlequin Majter and Man. FRENCH  CUCKOLD. By the LI LLIPUTIANS. TaarhkoswiabeaaVbaV Les DEUX ARLEQUINS. tPttb Jf.it ml EmUrtmiwumti tf jjunug, y*iVi*X**ij a mem tgjrwrito Soxdi D**u.___ To begio at Six o'Chxt. For the BeneHt of Mrs. C LI V E. By bis MajeJIy's Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre Royal in Dniry-Lane, on Uoaitj ibe i*lh laAiar, ww t� ptiaxci a CaBcJjr. tAl 1 The CONSCIOUS LOVERS. Wwitttw h At It* Sir Richard Srecle. Sir fofca BttH, Ur. aCltt | aWil,>a. Mr. O^a; Tcm, Mr. C*Krr | M)itl^Mr.W.aiiU,i SnaM.Jttf-MU�tni; Haa>f4k�y. Mr. Shea* iStroai Pbittca, Anwi Oaalmoo. Mr.C 1U tb* la� or* Fan*. calTd An OLD MAN ought WISDOM : o a. The Vibcin Unmajk'd. The Put d W-& Vkj U ftr maiumS by Mn Ctivc. With fcntorfiinfnoa. of OaataaJ by;'*>. Odxiyn. Mr. Ukar, Mn. Wilbr aaj r�bci>, u wul bccafatSYa ia the oc*x B " H.U. louau �iU IcaJhainaSaa kacp Pboea a ut  ii BatatJiras *ek f* rWkrna-JhiC M tS^tk wai Htmjwwrthi C^tr, very w�BcotJeTaaa M&*a wiljk a'anat NsQI �.*�J^Cow, aai wrapt up with bn�ta Psjer, thd sal falsi �k Mat �u*;#r.P. Tt*Cyww. ta,tbttuiBo*.art, via, a Q�M Hijatihal w.trf.. the M*h�'t Hum Nabm. th� knesa �V the Cas\ a M^Mta? ; fctVriUithtl aai ifw KuliU, with aWwaak'sChahsWrtTfi Nan* Ltmxi � C^>Vateh, theKS�M Cahtk** thcbamaasairaHNi Ltrtms t a GoUVittch, the Niw* CabrW, the luttosa aMatrTai W\xl-Ston Toolh:plck-ca(e; ana fortraj uthtt Altkht, Alfl^StahjjItv1. W a>tdriG�U Warth, the Karat M K*u �Hh  Maa'S OoU Chaki a" fljun^BJM4t�w l\vk�-c�fc>, arith aTfcw OaM liulratntatsLaOSlI will Wg the tVJ Box ami 0> y nVTWutf, oe to MrrPcwr Dvwnt, Watthi at the MifMrDgor U Catty iane atar CoVtfmithV*halL OaU r�ty CUncss R^wi t* tht Othwj, ��4 no Ojaftjoa* aav*. N. B. If my Paibc on give latcUtatnce of the Qal tbsmw, sYtftut tfu- ft me m*fbe had ajuio, xoftthn with the^TWaas iTlinii leiaihari Oslllki�eFr�tCtttatatKtwanl. v , -�>�-- Note, No nir^cr Reward will be orTft**.-    1 no be     �'��'�'Hi     .'    i Bttwtn tbt Hc*t,    T  4 aliw, whirthsths CjrralBtltO i of the Blood U mid* vifibk thvu GUftVaus ��A Arttrfe�i TbaOrealMaaar; h alfo rent fern the Mother to the ChiM, aad from the ChlM to the M�- ; , ther; with the fiiWIkk and dbitotkk Muttaaiif the Heart, and the Ac* tan of th  Luntr.       which Partkufcfi, tecctheit witlt J��ral etbat.  tlj- auiwy'd will attrr^ the Ladk�> WB�r"E A Sthe Shop of Mr. Flowew, near GrayVlnn-Cite ia Hoibom, was broke ofta VeasWsy Merainp, and upward) of ti r.y Pmkei �ken iWJy > whoever bflag* fitae to Mr. Flttweri �* ahnt;, ^ c-wWaWfc* thsy may bthala; AaA hare rive Puondi Reward, u� ftvfottiooiMe tor jiatt, aad 1 I ; \X7ilEKEAS one Jarrtes Piercy took .from JVjF theSarTaatof Mr. fassM Read, at Dar(MraWUtaVhtf,'a Mr>> (aioc-Holhrah and CambrkTu, and Money, en SitaMay the as4 of febraary lift | whoever awechtndt him, t� a| ba mrf ba braafht t>> laftke, dull have rlve.Ciiiaeai Reward, and rsaJbaabV Chstaw, sahf b> Mr. Read �f Clrcnerlrer In GkiKerHrrhire. .    >� The abn� pitrey { about to Yaart of Aft, j fast t ar  laxhs* hkjh, raddy Compkxloe, pitrcd with the Smallpox i had oa whit ha watt a*/ wav awfuteWk. bV-treyCwt, brown Wairtoat, Va�k�SxIa Iraathtf, : iaraihadabbckHorie, withrW whlta Fert, airfa WhtwhsJlfw,, fja wtt feco oo Sunday MornttiB at a Coantry Vlilap sear Drrhja*. w HERE AS a female Child, fu he about three W�k� old, wai left la a Hi Cats of the Workhoufe bebrngina to the ParlA ot*St. AadrMr A -    .-Ina-Une, rm Masid^ 9B�h^ lit, _______   naTWnpboai ' Ckwtt, ]Shim, * Caw with Ed|lng and s aorta the Ran,' in Little Gray'i   a riry Mahtle t whoever will dliwver the Panntt, wi�lM*aMth�Chila Thinaa, flult have a Rcawl of three Guineas aaid lajaiidlauij aa> itJw Difawery, by Mr. FouUte Shephcard, Mr. Tk^eaea May, sal Mr. JofcffcSaa^Wo^rfawof the Poor of the flMPSriaV.     �__f     - DROPT offa Gentleman's Finger on Tburf-day lift, ahwt Four o'CJock la the ARarrwM, itJ^Bitajs aoar Darham/yatU, or In painc Iran thenca to the MmfsMaaatji Wtha Strand, a hrowa (quare DUinond, BJof, wri|Wn� ahOHt twahfaOrataa. Whorvat has roond Iti and wiU brinch to the Bar of Oarraway> CttWh haaieta Itahanfe-illey, ihall haw Ten Gokwaa Reward 1 If aHr'das h*� MWn'dor Ibid, any ftx> It, ar4thAftiwR�w^t4wJMtos>raa._ f O S tor miftaidrtheFrobat ofSg Will X-at of Mn. Cooper, rate of Rofc-�rnxt, S^ttfcfieJiij trhsaaw will i of R�(e ftnxt, S^rtlefieMii whssaar will wlathtoMr.SyAb�tcrn�, at St. MsrttoN^-frWOjgi a^Rt or the Srone-KltchaaJa the Tower, rhill have et. Kaward,   _ N.b. No�aa*ar Reward will U�lvw, it Ulna �af noVAIat taths Owner. \ If Ged ae^rja, ' " ' . hSr *** ** �r. c^.j�^3^jMasa thf To be SOLD cheap, SIX Head of Deer, in the PariHi of Miteham in Sorry. _ .     ^� Eoroire at the Bu of     Paul l CorTtt-houfit, near y^HEREAS a large ----------     Warehovfe w cakcri - - ai thrOld South-Sea-Hoog. Biaad-Aiwt, *�a LamberoraaW tckSak-vyarchoufc, Thfa> h> to aoauaba the ptMck, that !r*�a>r�|. Aortiy be foU u AoOion, at the tod Place,  braa parcel of fJiMejal Mercery Oojdj, Plate, lewd* and other Mercliaridiet, has* thaGoaaVoi f�me Pawnbroken; lurfritcd fm want of Redraft**, end of .a Maiui leaving or) Trade, a final! CoIkeU* of Pa^d^by tkabtAMailarat and l>*c*i& the JSoaAoU Good* of a PrYtoTaVcaaa'd. Part&Jata wbereuf wiU bepobliA'd in a few^Oayt, by Saaauef Edwardr, laNort^tka rtast, Sworn Broker and Aivniler, and aM> a�/Kf�-WT to th�f�t�^,|u Ccrpmatiorl.  � N. B. He aoaraift* all ibrt* of G*xb, and buyior ftlis by Coaamiffioa^ at dtc Pmyriet-r'aOption. . -''. 1 ' To be S O L D  ttw Dav, AQeanHoufc of JPurxuture, brought to the thbi Huui ia Afliitton-nrctt, PktadlUy.  X&attlrrJnf of Silk   � Ujnuik, Noodlewurlt, Chinrt, and fc*eu! fioe prloted Bid, rlaad�Klrosa if Foot to 6 Ftxu fitah, IXwn and Feather Beds, Blutkro, QulS, aa4   j-p Cuuntaj'j'nre, WaUiwt tree and Mahafooy (puirscf Jcv*ralkatr. Wail.   -nuc- tt, Scc(3�ea and Chirowy Glaftet In carv'd aad |Ut Fraaaas,    ? fine VaCa and Turky Ctrjxti, and fcvaii lea of TayaRry Har^Sjaaa.   " wiiL Variety of other Furniture. Mrs. A BE L L, WU f�mtrlj hft lb* Amfitriam Ctftt-hmf* Ctoff, (laufytuu fitmFraMi) imv'bifttttC C�ffttbmji, ttf Cwmr tf Swim^vdm-Plfm* lb* Fork,    - WHERE Lot PtfMca may have k to Perfc^*. and it AaUhe my 5.ua, beR of JLkjoorr and InfrcdinMa thai aad aa thcaa �� on Ludcua-kUl, r of the be* old Bauria Arrack made far tfe. aawfeinpnyatfaatahalfa SWad. lukbenoy i a Quirt o/Raan ee made Into Punch Jor 4*. aod hi yeoaai half a Oaartem IfWaihtt* 1*   f\   

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