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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 12, 1834, London, Middlesex                                Deal, March 10. MAIN in the Downs, hi*M*j*4y'� Ships the Royal Oak* and 4be hilt* . Janet This Day came to the Down, and'remain*, hit Majeily'a Ship the | Torrington. Yeftrrday in tbe Afternoon, came down and fiufd thro', the Alexander, Ruflel, Tor Maryland ; ami the Eleaftor and Efterjrtti, Lind, for NeWoandland. WuM North Eift.    ;       .V"'\. �" JU Q H ...ft. p. j......��'.'�;..'::'*' �fE� write from, R.irifbon, .that the Elector of Bavaria having a Poltcall-d Hoff, jult in the Neighbourhood of that City, liLfclcftofaiHighnefr has lately lent fiich" a Number of Troops tlkher, that the P ict, as well as the Inhabitants, Are oodeea very esmonhnary Alarm: The tya^ftraies have flpa up4belr Gstes to prevent a Surprize Trqin any 'Qaarter, and when the MfeMw^ffetnWe in Diet, ,a d6iAt^ GffiWtif pUwl eyoa tbe � jtampi'ts. ''  a - �.     - ,, *iy*s rcmxrkabk, tlrat in their hteDel�to�pon fopplying the exigent Services or the Empire for tbe current Year, the Palatin MiniAcr, initeadof promUing'Affiaance, demanded a large Sum'bf. Money Tor his Maft,cr, syhicji the Diet feeing no liuW togranV, Ire took Difeurt, aid opptfb* fcmy tjubg |n> M'd. The ,^virla�7Miniiterbeing ic*lM npwv antwcVd, Sat in cafq btr.Highnet the Eleclorliad not the ./a*, OMjr*-tint for Keeping iuypttfngeot at boifc as he had the bit . Year, his.QuotaJhopfjl tyraft.' And u (or cheMisnteol fcc%>, hr^Excuie^as #H n%trying than, tbe tefti Jo tKat the DiipolUjon of thefe Princes may be seen torenothcr * Year. *' They write fjon? Waj&&&at thePaJatin of I nMin offers wcrHange,GenmlBuk^ Primate : Retells the; ftppteteBds    mSrf�,a Merits >avxng (pared)tjbjn�/~l*e* propoies an Anniilice, and that his Troops ns�y ictOain n tEc lalatiitttra of Pofen arid KiliiD, andvtbVhe may have the pfTJtffflinn     frprling m hundred IVrfnmt to KoningOMtg, having had no Account of late ft am tbeoce;though ne had tent , todeure forthwith a po^t(ve Anfyer. tp fevcral Points, before be Duiy^a .greatJPartoi �,hcm being uck.- Ja the Regiment ^bf FrhjcE Xatirri-jhere .are abotr, 6gy1ifiatgrire ui 3mkt. anHso fBeatfy,^^ of ,the SW^I fever' wbicn1 begins to communicate among the inhabitants-of that Place.  In rUttneighbouringYillago we hear of abundance.*! pool People dying lor, waotot Sutttrance; a>d the Dcfblaiion n\ uVgncat every where, th^tthe.Plaglie'u ranch fear*d.   '   . " "AccoidiirgtOour tail Accounts from'Barbary, the tw'o Kings � el Moiocco "continue ;nt~rhe ilead of then telpe�liie Troops,, but have no: as yet come toim Action with eacn other. Ring Ali, whom ihV Slacks have ftt up>in Oppofluon to Mnly- vAb44uahSupported by the Whites, has taken upon Wonelf the Siileof Emperor, and has caus'd it to be dedar'd to the Bntifh Ambsfftdor and the foreign Conluk,! that he wa* willing to Tiveb?eace with all the ^Jbritfun I'oWe|s, and that he would f^-Andjan^dofs to lingbnd arid Woljand. JHe haa ias^tvo t ^Ortyjgal Merchants tb'Xifbbn, with a CooxtUiffioii to irrat te1^^^p;i�guefe,^ajelty for. tb> ^anj^m ot&chof hrfSub-jrcuas A)i ha^s in his Power. fapply'd with frefh Prpvifipru fince the Troubles broke out in Barbary � they have hardly any Poultry brougrit thither, and bfS|t�rliveCa|tle, that a Sheep has been foldior ^l.tjerl. 'We hear that a Sam of 300001, will oegiveaby fjhtiia-* iient towards ellablk^ing the new Colony of Gepi|iaW ..Anwica.  jj. ..'J:____.. 4 : ;^toferjlrotn Hanover mention, that no lets than 33 Couriers pftrl^yTt^^^ The Prince Augii(tu$, Ca.pt. Cofluig, in tr.e service of the fcMja Company, u hourly expt&ed tr'om Port St. George, "Dnity, Capt. Bonrinan, from London to fjfjaia. Hb Majefly'. Yafthtbe Fubb'.iaerder'd to carry the Earl otterfajey toBeordcaax ia, France, where hi* l>^ippaN pofet ta rwaajpr sqmc one, ' Hi MajefiyV Snip the Rippon. a 4* Rate of 60 Gqm� hung tSgmtfO^ u^eblwkhy Witt beUuiW "i^ttctofAjr next* The Tlssuxler-Bonb. alio rebuilt at Weolwich, will be lasnchM likewn% fome thnc next Week. , toft Monday a Oifpen&aiatt p�&d tbe Great Seal, toen-abfe the Rev. Mr. Tbonro Browne, M. A. Chaplain to hia fF � %hkb w,ai (aid to be loit near the Bir ol Pigura, -taithlattle Damage. -    1 We bear ei4r> tht rtth oT Aftfl at Sani. i�rdtoa,y Bwfe^^^j^ W^i^^ Jr. MartaTb? next, r bfy fobfitt s'liid that in omeof War, foch a'Squadton'may � ftufciKdin irbe \Yeil Indks, as may be able'to give Law v'"i6'flijr^sieiito . ,. *** '', I "And as to the Bahama ICands jn particular!, great Adv*"* ~ �"tage ur,Trade may be elpetTclHitm-p^ ti}0ea1)�ltld " '&V#djij^MJfr>&'a N�1iire,!if tbele lfja*ds/w�re " folly PcopWi ai&.t^'llibuld part of ;the Linds in the " taktlQaads be tamed into Vineyards, they might probably " produce as gDod Wines as^he~Mtdcra*s.' "Tfejit the i*aTflac^*. ^ch lie in the Gulph of Florida " and near the Windward. Parage, tniy, from tneir Situation, * prore of the gTtatelt ConJcqoenoe to us, in cafe of a Rupture wtxh Spain, 'i^lre^Hivn^jFt^ ** Kdion of orar own"l eade bawixt |hc lllacds and Cooflrknt * of America, or tor inteicepiingSparutn or French Ships, in " then- Voyages between Europe and the Spanifk Weft lodks. � " �   * * That the Animal Account of our Exports, to Jamaica, at a " Medimn of'4. Yeaw.^lrbdl ChriUmas. 1728, to Chiiilmas f i73av-asappzai^b/-lJtt.CuUaDl:lioi*fe Accoum amounts ** to 147676TI. iSs-^cL-t^wBa^ad^ ty s 7 d. ana tbjac to tbe Leeward I Hands to 694101. 15 s. rjjd befides what goes frcin Ireland.  And the Medium of our *' Imports, viz: Pram Jamaica in the fame Years, 539499 I. " 18 s. 3 d. fiomBarbadoVs.1 2465991. 131.10 d. and tiom the Leeward IfLmds, 642x691. 9 s. 6 d. ** But tt muft not be stnagimd, that this Exccfs is a Debt upon G/cat Britain to thofe Colonies; p3U 01 it mult be pla ccd to. the Account of Negroes, tbe Produce of which is returned to EngiuHl i part to the Profit of Our Trade, and *"prt to Si^rs" a�J"c|^SerGDOd from hence, and * helps to rdike gSd cur Ballaace'tn 1 rade with other Coun-** U:cs in Europe, &c.** Tbe Leiit-Prachers appointed for this Da/, Before the King, cac Rev. Dir. Laviugioo. A-.-VVhkehalit.inpd. Dr. Cobden. � AtBc�o�pA'Aldg�te,( Mr. Drew. At i' S-:cpixa CuicoiauHrect, Mr. Bifcoe. At Si S>i-|j(j5c;ir*. Mr, Woddlonl. . At     Mania io tLe Fiddt. Mr. Blackwcll. Ai m J.u-ci CleikeiiweU, Dr. Stebbing. At St. PkJu;xi u,e by the Tcwcr, Dr Crowe. At si. Sjuc-jj s.-jihw-rk, Mr. Bullock. BANKRUPTS. Dngal M* Giblcn. of Hay in P>ucknoek{hire, Chapman, joiio Liictfield, of Leadtotall'firm,Taylor and Chapman. Ioha Smith, of Popping":--Hey in Flect-llreer, Ciapman. van AfayCeU, or P;:nce% fquarr, Ratcltft" Ilign^vay, in the County of MkUL-trx. BuckUyer and Chapman.   John Poukoo, of ti�cpjfi*hol Su Mary Magdalen Cfr in&ndicy sn the County 0/ Suiy, Felt maker. By Order of thd Hot^^rCdttii^imdneb J Qti mdnefdaytVe liibqnd fourfiay Ubi'ii*. 1 March, frtm 8 / xzi* th*fvt*m, 'HiJim x till* in tit rJrr5^Uft"C�J,PC^Waaf*i7^^rC�1. m�      ^ T�//� Court of Sftants of tht Govtrn*        1 and to wfiitr 'if. * DWtkni: Alji, ttmt tb� Trmwtfir- A 1 a i m ATOtrCE is bcrely given, that a ^art'trh Com I will tt hid tho i it McnJaj tit Jiy? �f tMt Jnjiam, at id �Cl�(i hnbi fernm. v, _      r T. Smith, Secretary. For the Benefit if, %w HKUiiCHi FARINELLO. AT the KING's THEATRE in the Hay-market, an SjtnjAiy the 15th IiUU'nr, will be perfarm,� an/ uriiA, call'J J A  R T  A X  E  R  S E $. With ftvtral Alinathnt and Adtlit'umi. Pit and Boxes put together A      1\Gutm e?*h�. "> ahb Pltcas on tt* Stage.. Ttflteu will be tWljvor'J at tb^ Olfite on Fri�l>y the 14th aal The Oalteiy will be open'd at Three. o'Ctorli | P>t ant Boxes at Flivi   4 � bt�in alipx-jefck.   \\    - ._    ' By Hii> MA J.     T&Y Command. AT the Theatre Royal in tovent-Gprden, thii Day, being the rath of March, tftU be pcr/Lrm'il aa Oaa> tuuio, eall'd '         * E    S    T    HER. With ftvtral nrw Additittu, 'titb Vo(al ahd Inftrmmtntat. - .. _ 4>it~*n  ' Thcatrr,      Half a Guinea each. >irll CaOeiy 4s,' Vpper QtMtrf By Hit MtjuTJtU^&mmand, NoPcrfom wbarever ti> be �
                            

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