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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 6, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The  Daily  Advertifer. Numb. T H UR S DA YV M * re it  6,  i ?34. mm Ptfd/, March 4. III E outward-found SLip* in my lad Ail] remain. Came down this Morning, Exchange, Rawlins, for -. Arriv'4. the Royal Oak and Portland , Men of War ; .Yeotnam and Sawcolt, --jrVomAntiguaj-the-Painteri --, I .from Jamaica'; the Richmond, Jordan, and the Flanders Merchant, Lucas, both, from Vvica. Wind South by Ball. L O^N D O. N. : Welamby'Yeftcrday'i Mail from France, that CoontWal-�*&f*rpMUalty"in AQion, and forming new Attempts upon fro* poflWd by the Allies; that Marlhal Broglio is to afraid f hi*i; that upon the Count's calling even an Eye towards figgtDi, be ordci'd ij.q'op M>m to advance thither with as ijgfrk kite as if the I'lace had been actually attackM. ,110k Letters add. however, that the Duke of Montemar hvutt *�>�e 'O Marlhaillroglia, to nfk whether it was nccef- fiyjoihim tocomo opwith bis Arrny, the Marflul anfwei'd, btteniiglit Ict i'Yoops reft till the Campain was further ifaKV, tor;that he hoped, himfclf in a Condition to cope �ith rheOiuii, at leatl tor the prefrnt. It mull be noted, that Ae AUte an-.'pnc third more In dumber than the ;Gcrjitans, Tbe Ring of France has order'd (torn Calais to Italy feveral ICmmetus which were.dclign*d-lor theRbiriej .whence it ..is ^V�rgQ*dV Utot the fflihiM Will be tbis Year far Italy, tuiM the War continue.      . * Yeflcltlay was held,a Court of Common Council at Guild-bH.whcn the following Gentlemen were chofco to be a Qptintftec to find but a proper Place or Places to end a Mah-flavbosfcfof the Lord Mayors of this City, viz. Sir Edward Brlhiny, Knt. Lord Mayor, Sir Traneis Child, Mr. Alder-�toBitber, Sir,John Williams, Sir' joim Barnard, Mr. Alderman Godicnait, and the following Commoners, viz. Mr. Deputy Jenkins, Mr, DVputy Snatt, Mt. Deputy Aylifle, ilr. Deputy Faiingden. fylr. Deputy Davis, Mr. Deputy Hqiten. Mr, ftfyuty DaOilc, Mr. Deputy Everett, Daniel IambW,'Efq; Mr. Wiilism Timm^'Mr. EJjbmas Sandfofd, aid Jlflr, Deputy.Tatcm.' It was ajgreeA-thajt t\vo Aldermen ajrfiwr CotHmonc;5 be a Quorum, and that a Plan or Plans tfofcpr'd to be bid before the next Common-Council. -; ' 1 jliA-Tucflay Wight htr Graces theDutchcfs of Marlborough Wifidcly dthvcr'J of a Dstshter. . Welcarthat tnrec Millions are to be ra'ud for the Service tftbe cujieut 1'ear, viz. one Million Land-Tax, at ��� in the fbuod; one Miltioo to' be applied out: of the Sinking Fund i 7jbooo"l� the Mait-'J k<, and 500000! a further Mortgage laiid in tt.e wtBcff lyianoi War, Capt. Cottercll Commandi-r, was on Tu^hy bft (liewnto tl>e l.oidsof tiu: Ad;ima!ty, and af.tr-�wi prdsn'.cU to lu, Grace the Duke oi Montagu. "OnTutfday Lilt dud--at his Houf*>in Purple-lane, -Robert JliBd. Lily Ur^hcj to Mr.'Peter Hindv the gieit Brewer in " foifer-Liue. lli^ UUte, which is very-conlidfrable, devolves his ot)J> I'urwvmg Son Robert Umd, Ivj'tjj enc of La MVfly's Jmti 13,fr: i'eace for the C�smty of Middlcfex. .  * bey wrhc Ooui Scotland, that �he Matter of the Free, w>ool at Pjuh h.iu.ift had tl.e Tragedy of Geoigv- Barrnvdl �afd thereby the       U:J. r his Tuition, two Mmifteis w.re . �ruu-d to nquuiv Mm wi:U the qrtence it had given the auk,; ur.j i,- >.],.,.- Lj' ;i.c [lur prt';ic;.'d a Pennon tlj-^tt^Jay wi t\-v      31 .j c'oM-utv.ior.,    the Age. rcUuk....' ^Buffooneries of a - tige.   T�ele px-os Uer.cL;ueii not iU�,> F,cg acre, have Lt^- n a Proxcmion, inorda to turn tl.e po Witjout uf     Drc-.;d. LiftWstk a liuy tightest Mentha old ia Eow-fircet. Co �at-gitden, was tut icr the Stone by Mr. Coldbam, and is 111 twway of Recovery if*'' j'-kvi^i.   Irii Evening Sir Seymour ?vU,  Bart ^CuntU-ioth or J,iluai> l^ii. b.ing hi* R�y�l Hichndi ^frtneco! Waluv JJ�Ith-Oay, gave a Ball and a handsale |Trtt}l,ro*� �o all. the Company then at this place) g.u-e a "^tottfttUjck Ln'.ciMiumcnt (in the manner of a RuloticJ in Honour of her Majefly's Birth-Day, which was atticdtd by all the bell Company in this Place, who .were highly pkas'd with the Entertainment, u>d txprtfs'd theirnttnoil SaiisfaCticn, and paid their Cornpliments to Sir Seymour lor the Rel'pcil he paid to her Majefty upon this occafion.       . Nrtwafiie, Ftb. 28. Dame Jane CUvcring, Widow and Relicl of Sir John Clavcriog, Bart, who died oh Saturday, lad in the 66th Year of her Age, has left 50I. to the Poor of each of the four Parifhes in this Town, and $61. to the Cfca-rity-School in St. John's Pariih ; the Refiduc of her ElUtr, amounting, to' 120000� and upwards, devolvesintitcly upon her. Lady (hip's two Daughters. Her Corps was ioterr'd oa Tucfday in St. Nicholas s Church. The Funeral ProcdEon was very Magnificent, the Pall being fupported by eight Gentlemen c' DiAlnQion ; before the Corps went the Matter and Charity-Boys of St. John's, fcllowld by the Beadle?, fe-vcral Mourners with Cloaks, and eight of her Lady (hip's Servants in full Mourning without Cloaks ; next after tie Corps went a great Number of Gentlemen and Clergy as Mourners j then walled theMayor and Aldermen with their Regalia and Enfigns of Honour, and .after them moil of the Gentlemen in the Town and adjacent Country, with Scarves, Ax. after .which Jbllo\v*d her Ladylhip's Coach in deep Moorn-, ing. fucceeded by in>ny,othe:3. // biing agrui lafi Friday ty fivtral Gentium, Sabfcribtme. (tht Raffle of tbt Cbtfnat HorJ* Spot, tt'Jtftr tb* Raping U tbu Qaji tlrtrcfbrt thoft Gtnlltmtn veto areeaBlrrnd i*tktS*bjcr:f>tie* are dtpfd to take Notice, and that Attendance ��//- be given at Mr. hajlus, at tie Vint in Lug-acre, from. 12 to 6, to tab Account of the Numbers tbrovm. The Snbjctiptitm not being quit* full, -any Gentleman may be entitled foaCbante, nfon fnbj'erikin^ a Guinea at the above Mr. Bajlit's. or at Mr. Roger Williaiasi inSt^yamei'f]fireet, or at Mr. Tajlor%s at tie Star-Itm near tbt Mwmintnt, or at Mr. Guilder's at tie Bell-Inn in Dirty late, where tb* Hoffe may be fien.        ' This Evening will be perfbrm'd, At the Fr�ncii TiUatrb in the Hay-Ma�ket, LA VIE EST UN SONGE, &c. At the T h � a t * e Royal in D * u * v -Laws, a new Comedy, calPd ..The MAN of TASTE, or the GUARDIAN, with HaulEqtfiN Orpueus, or The Ma' \gical Pi/*.        � At the Theatre . Roy*l In Covent-Gaeoeh, a new Comedy, call'd Tlie RlVAtrWIDOWS, or tjic FAIR LIBERTINE, with the Toy-Shop. At the Njw Theatre in GooossanVFields* The COMMITTEE, with lutiter and lo. _ Vciterday UaoK Su>ck, was 140. jndia 147 1 half a 8. South Sra Trading StocLS2t 8th, 82 a 1 4th. Old Arrnuuict |c6 3^tlu. Ditto NiW Annuities ioj 1 half. Three per Cant. Annuity 93 1 8th. Million Bank 109. African 20. Vork-Buildings 4.' Royal Aflurance 96. London Afforame iz 1 half. New'Bank Circilaticn 6). 75. 6d. South-Sea Bonds 31. 173. Prem. India ditto 4I. 8s. a 9s. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 2I. 8s. Prem. Engiifh Cooper zl. Welfli ditto Book� (Vnit   Salt Tallies 5 per Cent. Prem. iriiE Qltiliotijor Cute h e s r $ h wdi t>e on * Monday tbt io(// Iiijlqht. thofe Gentleman that art in the Inter til of    1 "4 , S T A M P" BTROOK S B A N K,  Efq: An d.Jir'd to 'be at Colcbefler on Salurdty.    N. B. Coacbts and Huff wJJLaitfnd at the If'litt Ljvn Tavern in CornhiU etirly on Saturday Momifg. South-Sca-Houle, lx>ndon, * Feb, 28. 1734 "T'IIE Court of Directors af tbeSouth-Sea Com- ^ txn< give Sitice^ that they �?'./// t&jkp ti Sale at dvir fknfe in ThtuddiidUfirtet, on Wcdntfday the Z~$def Jpiil next, at 9 in tbe Fcrenmr tbe-following Goods, fix. 411 Sersnt cj Cvtbingd, �    7S  StlVUIOf  llidlgp,        * 1Q Sir anofGtana Silvejire, -3 44 Bagi ejjPLuna Must, s   S Get'!, ofSwa^__ ^___ ATitie KINQ'sTHEATRIi ia ihc Uay-M.iri.ct, tii'.i I)jv, being the 6flj  "��   't     v   � -.-i*. * f '^=1 �>t.: Cjt,zi\'.iu\ ui v.i lv... I^^d'.r.. F...- u .1 .)        �      .�>' 1.1'J .�! T �!;> i [,.. C'c.Cl j..J      g� tut, \. r.crz C'Jii!ls ej'liy ^.. I b.- fti-4-']j /�' -. :: .1 t    - ', tut.c u d it !ttt -to 7i. w/i i, esj �.-�.� ft'jt il ... it   .i  t .p J it KL.U 1^ U iuLu  -i. .Lj: e�  ft Jy AT   liter   ivING's  Til t.Allt K," in the rr ;-M,i..f, en Sj^rJ.-y next, the Sth of M-:vh, *01 U P  O. L  I   F  E   MO. I'ii aiil H \t: if U f'Jt ipg.itf, arJ i!�I�vr�i. i � bt i4ro.jt-.4 �'th�:t Tivk-- , ttlv.u vv-U'l � J. i�u'4 thj' 1>jv, m liu Qn�f �> ti�h-y-m�r-k.t, .1 I tilt* J C-.uti ath.   CiU../ 51. Hi  iii  MaJ fc : rY*� C'mmacd, N 1 l*i 1 *" A- \vi.:.tr\cr (j Ik J:n'tt.4 b.:iUi4 the S.1-C0. Tb.C^ii-i) *..! L. J'f-sx j'Ci.ti. , P.C *ni *>.*:.     i'..c. �By.Ha AfAJEST^sCmmani. AT "the Theatre Royal in ,.Coveht.G�rdcry TcmOTrom, brit�5 the 7th of Marvh,'       hi rsffrnnM aii U� a roiio, �tl'J E    S    T    H    E    R. ttltb fc-veral new JJdt'titiu, both f *W#/ ami tr/frntntBfal. Pit �rs! O-uei ti� l>e p�t ttjgrtht*?, itwl w� P�r�MM. to,fc siifii'.ttvtf wltheue TVJtet.%*' �hseh Will t �r� at thcOnu* In Covent- Tv'i Command. No Petfiwt whatever to be aJm'tK'dhehlihl the Srenet..      � /cr the Benefit ef Senior CARLO BROSCHI FARINELLO. AT the KING'S THEATRE in the Il.vy-markrt, ca SiturJay tlte 15th Inftjnt, will be rerformM m\ OriL*a, ca\'J       '    " " .�''�" '-' .        �:� A  R  T  A  X  E  R  $  t S. frith fixsral Attn athm aniAiJititei. Pit arni Boxe� pat tewthrr at Haifa Gu:n:i wth, a* aha Placei i>n the Stjp.  TU-tett uiU U; A;"Iver*il it the Oflke e� FriAiy the 14th ami Sihi:0>y the 15th liilTtnt. r^iife  Sixth   Diay.     ~'    ~ For the Benefit cf the A u T it 6 k. By the Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre Royal ia Covenc-Garrlart,. th'u Duy, btns the tth Initant, will be frcfcnteJ a new d-n�-�y, eaii'J   .- � The RIVAL WIDOWS: on, Fair   Libertine. The piBfiml Ch�ra�#r� ro brpen'ormM by Mr. Hir^ffejr, Mr. "flridl-wjtrT, Mr. Ryan, ftlr. Cvipnun, Mrs. Ifallam, Mm; Suvem i orwl tmt Pirt of the i'iir tibertinr by the Author. v Tt whkh wUJ be aJ4c3,. The    T O X      S flOP. tati'd By tbe Cczifmny of French Comedians*' , T the New Theatre in the Hay-Marker* thii Day, the fih of Mardi, will be ircfcmo)  Comedy, La Vie cfl; un Songc i op, drlequin Byufcn a la Ccttr de fotognt: o t, *. Life  is  a-' Dream. To which will bc.uUcv), Arlequin Cirtovjcht, Grand PrOvoft &r Jugt. Ill tb Fr.t.rtiiinmcrti of Dancing. For the Bencric of Mr.DESSESS A R S ("the Patitalcn) and $lrs.   D ESS ESS A R S. By the Company of French Comedians, A T the New'Theatre in the Hay-Market, IniUct, V-J! bt (liilntti a'Cuiurdy i,i Fiv_ cn Moo&ty the lutli Ads, tall'J T  A  R   T. F   F  E The a  n. U o� a, French    P u r i t Tbe Part ef TjmwV by Mr. h.i.u^;. To v.-H'iJi vi':j Uc ,JJ.-<|,        ' _ Les I'recicufcs Riciictiles, Both fiiritttn   bi    M   o   l   i   f.   it   c. Vkoatt Joiolet,' Mr. Frj'He."'.^^ TA^.ui Je MaCarUV, Mr Wfcffitt, W  itu Harlequin malvjays   Harkqtiin. Sfltb fever at BnUrt  a t< c i !J o, Pji *   TaVeti tobekai *: Mr. M^;i./�.. t\,t Ofen'ti-M'x. t-        i    r. .. .'->.....'.. � ...   . At the Dclirc ot u-vvral i'crlt�nir-ot Quality. Fsr the Bentf.t oj Mr. \V.\ I .K'ER. AT the Theatre Royal v\ Coveni-Garden, avt S*:uni�y the i jth laiW.;, urll be te-.'iv'4 * PUy, t-li'J S  O   P   H   O   N  I   S   B   A .: or, *s Overthrow. �JUiT tbe fi ft lim- nf Id. jf|�-arM lit f.'�jt W. wai,k.i).t j .Vi�.:... Mi. K>*o i S, jAuuilba, H'ltb frx,pr i)�c�iK \ I loin, \V ? A^J Ei.t�it_ijji:t^� j'Siin f, o.'U Djm i.-rf, b> Mi.timyet, Mr. L�f.'y, *:.} 2&*4en�Kte2!e > To �bVb wiii bs aJiSni. ii fmix vi ntK M\, ttWA The    T O Y - S n Q P. The Virt'. t� j^rv.M iy Mr. Ch >;>n an, Mr. Rr^fwater, Mr. A. HtlUm. Mi H-:f.tii\. Mi. W*o�n, M�". Ihlc, M�, l^met, Mr.Nwk, H A N N J BAH Hj,;-.!.!a' br Mr. !�:<- cr.i, b i Mrs- B-^J-i H'ltb trifsr T this is to acquaint Gentlemen and othp% / \f H AT the fj/tie Perlon, late bTGtm* c�-�.       fcjy.fM , Lu;,-;r P.,J ..f l'  T*c I'.unym f-rtf.th Ibai hupww .liJ.^ Pj.ir.4in       cb.-*- t tU.i an-, c-iber. �hit      i&M:MttMt�j*. ai jI Cxir**.   Ar>J t>r in.-U�.. Sa-.;.�i�i*i U' Ccaty P:Ur       b- fin J N II. A ii.-'. I'^^-i Jii: K'   

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