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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 8, 1834, London, Middlesex                                SATUH6AY/Ma rch S, 1734. U Dm/, March 6. IH E Men of War, wkh the onward bound as per lait, are IliU here. Came in ibis Morning and remain, three Dutch Eatl-lnda Ship, out-tirard boon). Four Urge Ships are coming down, but for their Names moil refer you to my next. Wind S.W. _ LONDON, hit Prince ct Orange, bound to India, was with the Hope *#I ran the *ift ^ btt M�n,n >" Lat. 44 d. 25 m. The Ream forXWcomb-Ilegis trnt up to the Clerk of tkt Do*" three Days ago, but was order'd back, it bring fewaw of ti-Precept. TBHewfll be a great Struggle on Monday next at Col-Adter between Mr. Broqkfoank^ Member in the laft Parlia-^faHJat Place, and Mr. Hcubloa; but it u generally ^gcht the latter will be choice.'  |> was married at the French Church in St MartinV feae, CaonoB-ttreet, to Mil's Thomas, Daughter of Mr. Tho-_r a eminent Winc-YUrchant. U& Satnrday died Mr. Bevill Higgins, Author of the Crtckal Renew of theHiflory o� England. fke House of Reprdcnativcs in iScw-England has lately �deroV that d>e Sum of 900 L be granted and paid out of /JtpjblitkTreafury to hi> Excellency Jonathan belcher, life; Opuin-Ceneial and Governor in Chief in and over that fii> Vtanaoc. The falling of the Bills of Credit of the bij Piorince, and the extraordinary Expencc and Charge bis �sotUeocy has been a- in fcts Voyage Eallward to vUtt the FsMDCAaBd lodiua on that Border, which the Houfe bring fanbk �ai for the publick Service, they were indue'd to make the said Cnnu, aad ptay his Excellency's Acceptance thereof. They write from New-England, that Col. John Bailantine, coeaf hjs sVbgcAy's Jtiflice*, Regiiler of Deeds for the County of Sdfiak, and Clerk of the inlcrsor Court of Common Picas," ikd body W Ballon. We hear from Madeira of the 10th of November, N. S. fat Wheat faid there at 600 Recs per Alcair, and Indian Corn at 400 Reo per Alcair. That Cape Aubin had been then from England in the Spence Man of War, and fail'd thcBot the ;th of that Mentfc, lot bis Station at the Leeward � ]tlu>ds; but brought no later News than we have had. the Arucle in Monday's Paper of tte Rev. Mr. Cawley's Iark&ion to the Vicarage of VVandfworth in Surry is a Mistake; the Right of Paucoagc was indeed that Day hard before the Lsd Chancellor, but cot dcxrmin'd i his Lcrdlhip having caly ic&rr'd the Confide ration at tame Fads to a Mailer in Cfeaktry ; which doce. the Right of Patronage will then be dctrrmm'd by his Loniihtp. _ Tomorrow in tte Foicaoon the Cbari-.y of eftabliflling the Colony of Geoigis will be iccorn mended, in a Sermon, by the Rev. Dr. Ellis, at tae Cfcarch 01 St. Olive Jewry, and a GoUttuea will attenvaidi be m-ie frcm Houk u Hcttfe, tkraugbout lb- two utsi;cJ k'uHLa oi St, Obve jev. :y atji Si. ' hUiUD lrorjmo.'-tr-l^Be A Rev. D;vtnc cf ttis City dffiyu ro pirach Tomorrcw to taetmhappy Peiijai under Ser.rttc- of Death in Newgau^ -7- fjeli^ linj Cljr-ty StrttizK) . Dwi-.ptiiChucb i Uiil im tit Fwit^en h /-'v Right Jit-v. tot Lird , iijkfefSr. Jf-ifi-', arj shut in tl't jfttrr.xa 'y tii Rev. Mr^ Fat, RtSa-cf it. AasbJ.rz'i, Jlr th; | ;o Ch^ziUf ChilJrtB *f fsccr-lfarj, Lezdj: K.B. $i CkiLUtchzvi bitufut Jffmtittt)7,aJ^. 56 Beyt fut t� Stu S*ii:ue. 671 0*1 tfbatb Sct&rlt fj ovidtifar by tbiuTFrttaJi, 140 tk'jzv tu ttt Sclxi). v   918 attt, Strmvtl ai tits OuafiSnart but cate a liar. T� tte Author of tkc Daily Advertiser. IS I R. Was bit ThurOsy Night at tfc^ Reprefentation of the nc.v Cosstdy cali'd. 1 Le Sin. or T.\,11, where 1 receiv'd a IdOtdal of Satistsaion, in termg the AUfutdiiy of what is wWTateand poJucne^ in FeopK- oi liiftmction, sndxhc . mb&QU* AtTecXaticn ot it in Citi/iix, an J PcohJc of a lowi* laak, to p&ly fatyriz'd. and pal 111 (a ridicul ui a I igl.t hnshkewife no fnull Pleafure to me, who am a true Lug, Haas, to fce the'S-ityr in th�t Play, uroa our lodJ^crice 10 �PBy Vagsbood Eoreigner. icceiv'J with fuch general Marl^ � Approhaiicn, trcm the Bcxes even to tfcc Foounens G^ll^ry. ��� at the lame Time convice'd, by tbc uuiwual Applaulr utsCcmtdy met with, that toe gre� Ou; cry of cur Drx-w�bck Writers agzimt the IV. rarane oi the Town, in their yptson of Thcatrxil P�:trmanc4s. i> merely giounJlcfi, �4enujeJy owing ro the want of any Merit in what i> rc-Et*w**' ? *1* Town having given evident Proof, in their iitaanent of this Piece, of their being dcJiioui 10 encouwge Uy fi�v thai pxomiio to entertain them. Tits Evemag will be pciform'd. At the Ki sic'* Tu utm  in the 11av Mar t tr, The Ona* of POUFEMO. AttteTutATat R'ov u in D it v n-L�si, ^l?^,D^Iaedy wL'd Tte AiAN ol TASTE, or the frl*"> Ha * 1 i cil- 1 a Or *� 11 u    cr The Ma- n,Af,_tfce THfATiii Ror.L in Consr-GAHBts, �t*.Eand NO DIKE, M..J, i>L*..t^ and A>W*o-�i�a. t^r^t N ' W TuE^Tae in G.iodua n's-Fi 11 i>s, L* CARELESS HUSBAND, with Urn is 3T.d lu. Mater at t^acu-aiWjjc ttu, �>_�, *; ^5 rtimut.s q �n the Morning. tnA at     after ro *t Night. EHE Way of the BUSY-BODY, that - �   *^>*Ja�tafaVU�.�:wiii, � iwi'J (it the lxuc a its �i^t.^ Ih**t e. vis w be fcityas'j; tiU twthur Yefierday Sank Saock was 140 a 1 4th. India 148 1 4th, a 8, � 1 4th, � 8. Sosth Sea Trading Stock 82 1 8th, a 3 8ths, a t 4th. OU Annuities 106 3 4th*. Ditto New Armuioes 105 t half, a 5 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuity 93 1 4th. Million Bank 109. African 10. , Vork-Bmla-mgs4. Royal AtTurance 95. London Aflfuraace 1 a 1 half. New Bank Caradatioa 61. 7*. 6d. Prcm. South-Sea Bonds 31.15s. Prcns. India ditto 4I. g*. Pxtm. Three per Cent, ditto il. Ss. Preas. Englilh Copper al. Wclfh ditto Books ihut.   Salt Tallica 3 per Cent. Prem. Marco 8,  1734-5. HP HE Election for Colch ester beiqg on Monday ttt totb Injlaat, thtfi Gmhmmm that tut i* tbt Intcrtfi of STAMP   BROOKS BANK,  Efp, May h tovziJtJ tvhb Coacbtt er Hsrfii tbit Day ami T'Btsrmu at tbt Wbitt L%sn Tavtm in Ccrnhi/f. March 7. 1734. WTTHE Gentlemen and Freemen if the Borough cf Colchester, im tbt Cttutj cf Ejftx, tbat art in tbt Inttrtfi ef JACOB H'OUBLON, EJji And a.bo intr-J to bcusar him w'tb (bar Cimfaxj at tbt tnfaiKg EltSitn /grtht faid Barxtgb ** Menday tbt totb litjtamt, art dtfir'd t� mitt ftvtral of tbt faid Gattltmatfi Fritndt at tbt Jn�tl aadCrmvn in Ulittcbaftl, at tUncb Plact Caatbarand Ilarffi ivill bt trwidid t) (any tbtm to CitcbtJItr ; and it is diftr'd that fitch Gfxllemnt iviM ntttr tbtir Noma at tbt Bar ef tbt faid �faitm, tbt Xtgbt btftrtlbtj iitttad t� fit trnt, GmtSe* and Hsrfu beit% fravidtd betb for Saturday tbt %tb, and Sunday tbt g/b cf tkit Injlant March.       _ ' A T rhc KING'S THEATRE in the Hav-Matket, this Djj, the Sth of March, wul he fctfoxm'j ixV Omm, cali'il P  O  L IF  EM  O. Pit tad nVurj to be pat tc^rther, ir.i no Pttf.w* to be �dmitted without Ticket!, which will he dcfiverj lbs Djt. at tlie Office in the lUy-TVIir-tct, at Half a Guinea each.   Gailccy 5 f. By lit Majesty** Ccmmtand, No PerCmt whatever to he aimittrj hehinJ the Sceaet. The Calkry will be open J at Thrae o'clock } Pit and Bvxcs at Five. By his MA J E S T I's Command. AT the Theatre Royal in Cbvent-Garden, on Wrdnci&iy ocxt, ixir.$ the nth of March, will be fcr&rm' i.-t, f>S:. rrjociija!:; Manpus de blacarillc. Mi w 1 r m llr.rlcquin   always   Harlequift. *      With   tr\ .ii   EnttrtaJnucnti   �f  DaKCINC, A-jijrl-, rh; Utt new Liltputun Sc�u:h/I>aooe. T'ck-i' t'i i�- i-^>l '' Mr. Maifu's, *^c� fife thc/Opera-huiJr. AT the Grrat Room itj Villain-Street, York-Bui^ft^, � M.^jj� iviif tb~ loth uMauh, will be preheated O   R   O   O   N   O   K   O : o a. The Royai Slave. To wh-iii (by j^r. culu Ujiie cf Cirral Vaicta cf Dijluiflisn) wUl The   MOCK' DOCTOR. Bt t'-t Canto*} ef Lillifutiaw. Tf-f Pi�t  f M      IXeW, ty Mailer Notta j Duecu, 'jy htile Mifc N-.iu ; LtiU-l-r, by W:ii Curs*-*. To begin exactly at Six o* Clock. Buc t     Pit i j. On lutjUdy the wlb Injiaai       begm% AComplete Private COURSE ot Human Ah* i  � <. �"isa *H      Priatafal OPERATIONS :n St � -   . In ttn C orfc ?h; Ci^i-- cJ jii t)^: iji.ui Diiii �:il U tu, � . - pUin'd, with �uXiVjz Oiijcrilit; JLiUiial Occ^i^.3ij. By  A. C H O V E T, Surgeon, Ci.i.DL�dMr�AToi cf As atom v at Sivgtuni-llall) at bti Hutfi tit Ltuefttr-fjuatt. To  be   S E E N, Bftu.etu tbt li^'i ef 'T*u and Six, (Prut Fixt Shiiritgi J in LciccjlerpitlJt i'jaare, m tot Eajt fidt, TH E New Figure of Anatomy, made and �...:i*r.v .5 t) Mi. C�-'k 11, S,(fO,.i, �U1 icj�icl.Xii> a Woa.ui 11.i ., J      :i uyn ^ Table, fupeioj'd ifrnM aU�e. �!.creuk the Cu.Us � h- BixjJ i� :r^xr. .liMt tluJ C-uVc-..-� iajAiw-a; '1 i.c Cn u'. ��. ij ..     . .i :i 1. u; tl'   Mjther i-> ih CliiUl, .^.1 .'i..-u      Ct^i to tic : , *i:h t.ic U.i-^tk aaJAit ..vk Mt-ti^a itf tUe Hear:, iiiJ tLr Ac :>   ! -h. I -Jgi.   All u-hki. I'jrt'cjl;!;, to�r;ljer w^th ic-.^fd t'.lui I'i.^.-11^.;^, v.:ll tc Iftcwa anJ ktcarij ciplf a J,tr_^ah    tttt.*.:i. /^r    1 -fce with uo the Dt4u.i1 Walk atEictar^cTmiCi tbc Aa�rteri �y during the Sumnwr-Stafon, Wrdncfiiaji and Ftidayi in L.tit rxortod. To wh-ch will l> ippob;:ed Htt/lund. With New MuYkk. cvwfM'd by Mr. St t r� 0. WHEREAS on Monday the loth of Feb. a fkrsit wu fuhk upon Barking-Shelf, and therdn waj a Dutch, Hamper with 1 Covtr, �ti*v well onrU�d and hal)�M with * pwt Nail | ar>d in the'taid M..mpet waj'a liaftll WainlA �, a GoJd Rewatinft Wisch, the M'tkrrVftame tlMbett, the bottom ot th� fcafc a'BIm�i�Stc�tt let wi;h Tliillimti and a tew Riib:�, with a Wore Mi's Chain to" it, *tt with Blocd-Stvne, BriUjantj and Uubtea; a fmall IlUJ-Stone Watch, the Nimr Lcicut ; a CJ�M V.'ati-h, tli� Ntn^s CalHer, thebottow enamell'dj a Saiee rjoM Watch t luted, the N:�ni." K'uvf, with a Woman"! CM Ch �in j a phm CM Watch, the Name alto kin,-, with a Mao'i OnM Chain J * (null BVud-Sttmc Pocket-cat'c, �.\�h � fcv� Cold InllTumenu ) a CvW" Tivtl>-rick-c=lc i and fi'ter.il otliet Artvlo., Bina.', Scalt, Jbc. Wbcever will Kriii(; the laid B.'X and po< J m�n In St. Kath IVtlbn.e.tii'pin; Intelligence of-tin: laid H.tmpirq ibtfcat the fame mil be had j;:jui, to^ctlwt <*ith the Thin{ e r'itc G Jint.a> KtNv.iid. < Note, No tie iter Reward will be ofTt'r'd, LO ST on Saturday the 22d of I botwo-'n Greenwich auJ Wliitclu'l, niiftoi'J to be t boat) 1 ChiM'i Walnut-tire Biiroe iiila-.d, in which was tlttrc ti Miei> fet In Gold/a Sulitiire ot" rrf \ Sronc. and IhuU Diamonds �i�e fnull Oo!d Ringi feywithjcveral fortl of Stonea mx'd with Diamond . a limll Shagreen Xlnuiiack bound with CoM, a Shagtrcn Pocket-book with Silver CUft ne of whijA w^(� thtte Cuineai, two foull Ptcco of foreign Coin, two Quarter Csuioeas, �nd_ two S_hilUnnt one of them dipt at Bath, an oval Patch'-hoa cnamdl'd artou and lit In fi't Metal, and fundiy other little Thing*. Whoever ha* (bund It, aoi will bring the lame to the Jamaica CctK-o-hourc in CutnhiU, JhalThara Fifteen Gulncaj Reward, and no t�vieftioiH aik.'d. * No greater KcwapdVill be oH'fr'd. ''3 I A LL Perbns indebted to che Eftate of John Crawford, decras'd, and/l'atrick Crawford hU Partner, ate Jeflr'4 torttiveith to nty the fame to Jlli fliruts Thoni.ii Why t, of Bucklerftivry, -Merchant j William Nortlu/, of Cannon-llhxt, Diy-laltrr { and Samuel Southsnfe, of LeaJeih-ill-flrtcvt, hunmonger, or one of them| wlu> am Adaiiniitnron of the (up John Crawfoid'i Eflato, and AlTl|neei under a Commiirion of Bankmwt awarded againtt the laid Patrick, or they will be tucd without funhe/Notice.       _' L L Perfons that arc any ways indebted to the Eftatc of Humphry Jel'on, late of the Heath neat Stout-bridge in WurrciUifhire, Glah-nun and Clupman, againll whettta Com-mulLn of Bankrupt hath keen awarded, are forthwith to' |uy the fame tu Thomai Gilbert, cf Nortuii-Falgatc, London, Merchant, or tii' Fr.nuia Hamcitcn, fit the Heath ia the County of Wo.-refter, GUit-makef, AfligPtct uftdcr the uid Cummiflioit, of they will b '��tl for tl\e fame, ^EREAS on  the   3d  Intlant  about Eleven at Ni((bt, a Male Child, .idiuJ^'J to be jbout three Morith� old, was dropt in Plumb-trrr-courr, Sf-. .t-bntw Holborn, who-will give Notice of the faid CliiU'j Father, Motlirr, or Nurfc, oe r!Uer of them, ti jj one of them nay btougbt w Jutlicc, (hall hive i a Reward fiom Mi. Chriftor-hei lioiknail, Chutch war.ten, Mr, Tho-inas Lemon and Mr. Charles l'iiit.,1, Overlecriof the ii.'d Pariih Of St* Ar^dicw'f, Holborn, thr Sum of Thrre Guineas, paid immediately ujwnr' Conviet:un of cither of tbc three Panic as may be �.v.nciu'd with tiie uid Child. Il had on when found a white Mantle, two white Blankets, a Pair of Hole and Shota all new, with a Imall Buiulir pimi'd to hit Side, iu Older to (hilt it, and war wrapt up In a bine Cm 1.1ft Girl's old C'ioak. WHEREAS 1'homas Kares, Servant to a Gentleman in Norfolk -ilrctr, wmt out .th>; �vh of Fcbroaty, between 6 and 7 in the Moining, and luth abftunded hiliilelf from hit-Matter's Srrvice without frivinj; the tealt Notice, or Ihcwinjany Ditinutent. Vp'hueio will rrctuce the laid Thomas Batei, or give Notice where he may Ik afprchendej, ihall receive a Guinea aa a Gratuity, UliJci all reafutulik' Char,;ri^jnd nuy apply himlelf to the Bar of Sam'i CorlVe-lii4li, mer-againii St. C|.rneut'> Church-yard, where he inayljiuik with the Gcutlc-man, and receive hi, Giatuity. Nirfe, He had �n when he went away, a brown Cloth Frock lin'd with red,' aikd Aat Brats Buttons, a Wjclki.at oi a dark CiA'Ur with white Metal Buttons, a Pair of Uuck-ikin liiriilirs of hit. MallV's, flic having iiv'd with turn but two M-*itlu) and an olJ black I'lulli Cmi> of his own t A> to his Perfon, be is a tall l.ad of 16, a full Face, Pock -Iretleu and very lllL'l. DROPT from a Watch on Thursday the 6th Inftant in the Kvenine, going to or at the Ridotto, anenamcJl'd i'.iture, a Man � Head moiiiitr.J m Gold, and cover'd with a Cliryftal Gtail, rnwnitl riilier to tr hung to a Watch, or Bracelet 1'jOilon. Wluiever hai found ir, and will Li^ng the lame to Mr. Robert Myic's ia St. Mary-Aae, Hull have Sit Guineas Hcwa>d, and noQjicfliom aik'd. EO S T or dropt betwixt the Middle of St. Jehn's-tlreet and the Middle of St. Martin's Ir Gran J, on Thur:dry the 6th Inft. a fnull Lcailir Letter or Pocke'-C. i'e, in whictt �vaj a 50L Bank Note. Number | r� an.l Paj�cr>, ,�F no Value Luc to the Owiicr, Tayrnent ot all bring already ilopt. Whoever brings the faid Cafe and Paper* to Mr-. Auliifua'i, at the Flyiei; Hurfi in Buli and Mouth-ftrert near A'.iierfgJte, (nail have Four Guineas Rra aid, and iuj Qucftioiii afls'd. _      N. B. No gtejlei Krwtrd will by. offerMT_ KOPT lalt Sacurday ou:ot a Pocket Book, a Mourning Uinr, ' .rr,ci;J> biiwssn the M^t>> �n >mcU' r!ar.ij-court, Charilig.-Croii, thiii Gu.nras Rcvu 1, ani ;i*a t^urtiirji. iik'd. LOS I' on Tuclday Nip^ht the 4th Inftant, . r.d Leather Picket-l  n     rcatimatic Katci.__ A(jOod Coach and fix able Horlcj,  lets out from the Ate-Ino in Ai'. . rr.iutury, Lunloa, on Mctvfay J^jf^TiS i^th Infant, for Chefter, whrn Gcr.tUnnen and VuLrfrn ma- L-'--"t c< rr.n.odated with PUc� to Ncw^vit, VVluuJ.utcb, Ctirjler, aj ad'jecit, at reasonable Rater._ To  be   LET T, And cnter'd upon immediately, In Grecn-Jlreet,   Ketiti/b-town, next A Annejlefit Convenient Houfe ol two Rooms -    ",�figt�*!jk* -   

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