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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 14, 1834, London, Middlesex                                ThcL^ Daily Advfcfl&Sf. FRID A Y, ,M a it c ft   14*  17J4. TtjlirAay arrived d Mail from France. Verfailles, March 19. N (he 15th tie Priacefs of Mbd/xtx, Who arriVd a few Days trabreat nans, tame hither, aad was 'tsitJodsKfd to their Majeflirs. the Dzopbia, sol rise yourtg Piincrfies; Her H rgtascss supp"d the (suae Evening with the Princess of Ccnri, and Ujr in the Ap�rtw�& belonging co NUdcnot&cQc ce la Roche for Yon. Dm/, )W t2. The three Men cf War �21 remain. Cunt fovea tri fcii'd thro*, theSaccc�> Raeafolpb, tor Ma-rrland;the Wdin^oreland, Shanks,, for Vccice ; the Mary Rtyoe, Jcrvicc, (er Batbadoes; tbe Tjissmph, Talbot, fa Cadia* the Sucker, for Bridal; f.ves, for Genoa; and the InduOry, 'WW N. E. blowing L O N  D c the Miney. tcrFrxcce- N. Advice is arriv'd here by way of France, that the contrary Winds having prevented the kmbarkarJca of Don CarSet ior the King'-'�01 Sicily � foon as expected ; aad that Price Lobiownz. Governor of the Citadel of MefEaxa, tarnsg re-agiu'd bit Often tq capitulate, the Spanifli General bad at but confenud 10 give nim all the Honours allowM the Governors of (itctasi>di-*pu�i and that hb Garrtfcn thoaid he naasportcd to Tiicfle , whereupon the Prince agreed 10 forrcader the Oh �works,�this Day, to the Bcficgers, end to eracoate the Place b� the 20tb, in cafe the Serene Infant afproVd the raid Gon-aStkrav Bed no Rilief arm'd fat the Garxnon beSorc that tint.   �,    -     ;   . - .....:: The Spaniards have teen feveral Months before the Citadel, am) have nowfubdued thcGarrifix*. act by Force of Arae, bat by narvteg them out. The lfland of Skily baaiag bora failed on thc-Jtingof Sardinia by the Treaty of Utrecht, the Spaniard* fat own before this Place in the Year 1718, and - |ook it, after an obftioate Siege, from the Savoyards aad Germans.} but the latter retook a the, next Year, after another Siege Hot left cbtlinate than the fbrntar. The Harbosr is reewm'd one of thaJb^t^^Ae^Ae^mMSSm^jma g raarh firantncML btcaaTh^yiBen^ynsdg^naCuui ""dSSat.---" ' *7*KrjfmpcnauOs b�v= flHl a Gamin la SytssxaV; bat that '.Town-having been likewise invefted maay Months, aad ao feoccouf to .be expected, 't� thought theGovcmar wfll toon fellow the E�mptc o*.Prince Lotrowsaw as has Ds&xfaibr *�m of Proviliotu can't betfaoogbt feni. The Place k ia snclf �3 fcpag, being fitoate coram Ulnina% aad accetHie oaly by ooe Gate, that' the Spaniards dcem*�i k isfrcgpable p the b& War, and did not atwck it. The Tewn ss � waf amweaabic ! to Hiflpry, and wis foimafy a City reckon'd abore 22 MZes ipa&J." It held out� Siigeof thtee Years sgaieil the Rcsans, �n thiiftt Pisilck War, Jolely by the Art of the faawos l!a-thematkian Archimedes, who, after tbeTown vaatabrnby Stow, was buxbatgaily kilTd here by a Spldaer,'tertae gjreaz Scgrei of the Koqun General Marceihe. who gave all poaShJe jdqtt to   of rUfbadoet - -^-fcw-Djyrege~a Difpeofation pte'd the Gjrrx: Seal, co wWcMr^Wiliiain Howdkf, M- A. to tdd cbe V'iczr>g�af ^Boa/n in the County of Kent anJ Dtacde of CaKuiitaiy, � the Rea�y of BixcicJt. iad/Detring, who died sa Wcdfte?ii> of the SeaoH-Pcx, �)� Daughnx cf Mr. Henihaw. ol Eibaxn ia Ktaa�-aad-Siaer-�p5irRo�land VYynoVJLady. --^tThe Report of a Marriage being on Foci between tie Lord ymmx Vane, and the Lady of ifce Lord Wtiam HtmTton, *l *� ate iflitr'd; altogether grduedtefi. Tii (aid that bit Royal Highnefi the Prince of Wales, ac-occspankd by fcveral periora of Diflinftion, will be prpfent at the enfinag Meeting of the Horfc-Races at Ncwmatkct, whicb begin toe firit of April.    - We bear the Managers tor the Corporation lottery arc on the 25thof March lollaat obUg'd to dofc the Accounts and Work of tise Srid Lottery ; wbertfore if the Prop.-ivnonofthe Fort^aatc Tickets ant fo rentifs as not to apply for Certificates frost tbe Managers, in exchange of their fortunate Tickets, on Wcdncfday the 19th, Monday the 24th, and Turfcay the s;th. facb Tickets as {ball tetnain anniterMartCT Lady-D*y, cannot be esxbang'd, bat by Aothority of Parliament for that vrry parpoje. Tbis bay, about Sena o'clock in the Morning, Thorn's WiHiamt, tbe Pyrate, will be carry'd from Nevcgnte to Exi cation-Dock to be Executed, and from thence to be hang'd in Cbaias near Blaclkwall, where a Gibbet is erected for that Patfofc. 1h: At�apt lately made to rob her Grace the Dotchefs of Pordaad appears very curaoidinary, ��J i* *� have been made in the following manner :TheDuke and Dutcheft had been to fid with my Lord Oxford in D>m-Orert, ber Grace was in bn-Jewels, and rerorning home lite at Night, witifcfeveral Footmen before ber Chair; jail as it entet'd to cirbft Piccadilly, a Hackney-Coach appcar'd. and drove between the Koormeii aad tbe Cbair ; tbe'l ires of tbe Wheels were mufficd tfi pievtnt any NoHe, aad accordingly tbe Footmen went on, thinking     ........_______v .................._.......______ tie Cbair was behind them ; bat upon the Chairmen* trukiag t/nMPrSafwrY/ifY^ 8^ t/Mkttbntxt tt tbt time tf$*L a violtnt Odtay, the Coach mov'd on, and they proceeded. When ber Grace was got near Charing-crofi, the tame Coach, or anoekrr muffled in like manner, threw itfelf between the in Chair aad tbe Footmen as before; but the Duke, who \vast that lananr coming by with a Gentleman in bis Chariot, and feeing her Grace's Chair fiopt, alighted and came up, which 'tis tboagbt prewentrd tbe (econd Attack. 'Tis (aid that there were fbar Men fittmg cxmceaTd at the bottom of the Coach, and twoapoathc Box; bat in tbe hurry they all found means ta get off. LaftMcnday one John Boddey, a Boy abont nine or ten Years of Age, was apprebended at Kiogfton upon Tliames, on Salpkiaa of bemjg coacera'd ia taking awav the Lace, &c fcom the PdpK-CfcKhof that Chorch, and being examin'd be-loreoBebf liuhiajefty** Jafikca of the Peace, he irnpeach'd bit Father,. Mother, and (Jncle, one William Wilkuiian, and y^i^iwetc, t^\M^*M.Ki\iim^Htaamt^(^Rob-bery, aid alfeiw tae^irgc^en^HcMfec^Mr.aarkin Hottiora, and iteaGns Goods and Money to a great Value, aaJ on Wfdaetlay Night, aad Yeflerday, they were all ap. prebcaoed; and beiog carried before Mr. jullice De Veil, the Robbery of Mr. Clark was plainly prov'dngainft them, and accordmgly. John Buckley. Edward Buckley, WiHam WiU-Iradan, aad William Sweet, were committed to the Gate-bode for fetbtt^Eaamiauicc^ contxrning the flealing' of the Psdpk Cloth, *c. But Mary Buckley, b'u Mother, was ac-qaitted, dae acting by ber Hoiband's DircQion. YeSerday Mornmg about ten oTClock, a Fire brake out at aDtftilla*snvSnfi^kfireet, Charing cro6, which confuro'd the apprr part of.tbeH.oaie, and very much alarm'd the NcigUiixiihood ; bat by timely AflUUnce ol the Firemen, ia. it was CJrringaila'd withoot doing any confie'erabk Pa-magp. Ycscrday tbe Rev: Mr. Burrougns preach'd the tenth Sermon againft Pepery, at Salten-Hall 5 the Sobjccl was, an auricular Cl^0sm tmi Abfsbuim. HirTextwas in St. John's Gofpel, chap. 20, ver. 21, xz and 23. Then jaii ft jut to tbtm again, Ptaxe'te mmrtjmi at Fatktr batb ftni ntt, even fa find I _�av, -j|a�*�aSra.Ar tad jaid ibis, bt brta'-bedutcn tbtm, and ~&idia�*tbtjm.Ttttrvitj* ^^H^Gb^-^^WImfiJbeva^iut^ rich, iaij are remitted mat* ibem i ajd �wbtfiprver Sim ye rt~ are retained. Pays appointed lor the Affixes at the following Places in Wales. . Sir WiBiaai Chappie, Knt. King's Serjeant at Law, Tbcmas Martyr, E.qj MfTk�^h- Friday tbe i ttb of April, at Dplgelly, Cttarasnoa. - Tbuifday the 17th of April, at Caeraarvoa, - AD^dca.  WedncJghiy tbe 23d of April, at Beaumaris. Tbe Lrot-Preacbcrs appointed for this Day. Biicoe it*' King, the Rev. Dr. Penny. Ax Whitehall Chapel, Dr. Pearcr. At St. Botolpb Aldgatr, Dr. Warren. - At Si- Stephen Coleman-ftreet, Dr. Clarke. At St. Sepulchre, Dr. Hnfley. At St- Manin in the Fields, Dr, Gaily. At Sc. Jimts Cierkeowell. Mr. Wheatley. Ai St ;rUiherioe by tbe Tower, Dr Watcthnd. Ax St Saviour Soutbwark, Mr. Smith. This Evaniag will be perfbrm'd, At the Thiitm Ro��i in  Covbht- Gabden, The OiATotio of ESTHER. ______Ax.4j^..F�vx^cM-Tai�ATa�---ia -the Hay - Makket, Le JOUECR. &c  Yeftetday Baelt Stock w*> 140 7 8tK�, a l^^L. �ai 8th a 14! t#A|n.,�^tQ7.-      7 ��K ij H.t�N�w Annuiiwi 105 J 4th�, �0j 5 8tbs. 105 | 4**!* Three per Cent.1 Annuity 93 3 4tn�� .N],�U'on-Bank too. African xo.  York-DirikHnp 4.   Royal Aff^�� 96^ 1 ^th. 61.a 1 o* Prcnt. South-Sea Bonox jl^i7*. Prete. I***d�a at tos Press. Thrre per Cent. t?i�o*�U 10$. Ptem. al.  Wellh a��o Bodtt. Ihut. w m. SaftSfli Salt Tallkai'p** hi >'�l......i South-Sca-Hotitc* London* si Feb. i?h� 1- T*//J^ Coittj of DirtPert of ths S0*lb*8ta� Cetvfavt give Notice, *� fftdntfiftn tfr i6toD*$ of Manbnixi, thy tviil fat mf to Sab tbi fiQreSng' AyfonV via. .  �,�..>�..> T*x�Eft*Hi i*EJfix 1 matft'erfferd-Brifci ef tbtyetth Value#^49/. d* tttxr at CkigvxU, ^thtytartfValm a/af/. tale of Robert Knfck, E�i late Ca&irt ff tbi Stmtb~StB� CempaHt." - ,   ..... " - J*E$m at Hyi-Milm, UtbtPariQ- *f Pow^Shtk, im IthQtantiifDdKfit, fifth }t�rfy fahu a/* ,40/. late tfSi* y aad Twnomnr. Oallery Fl�e Shillings.   ^-,--     , :   x �, The Stage will be In the Ctm manner at in the Aflambly; wttbag���t number of Benches. The Gallury will be open'd at Three o'clock | Pit and Boies at IJ�e. 7b begin at Six dCM. Signtr Farintlh hmefy ttfettbm'tbe Sutfcnoert mB not mute t/fe if their fukttt tn tbii Oteafim.      /      ' ^     ... ** By Ws MAJESTT't Command, AT the Theatre Royal in .Covent-Gardeit, thU !>iy, bdnj the i^ht^ManJi, ^ t�aio, call'd 1  E    S    T    HER. Withfivtrdlnew JdJitim,  teft Vital amdJnftrunentat Pit and Boxes to be put together, and no Pcrfbns to bo adinUttd Wtnmsc Titkcu, whkh will be dcllvtrM this Day, at th�0$^UvCov�nt^O�t^tt. fheatre, at Half a Guinea each. Fitft t>Uesy 4s, Vggm OaUasa IS. 6d.   ' rltgt tVaort at Lc�kdon-Bridg� this Day. at 45 Minutes a&a x in the .\loaning ; and 3 after 3 in the Afternoon. Jtf Hit Ma 1l*;iT,v*r Command, ^ <   NoPerfons whatever to be admitted behind the Sceaax ;    Tq begin it Six �r* Clock. By the Cmpam ef French Comedians, AT the New Theatre in the? Hay-Market, tbii Djy the 14th. Inftanr,' will be prenatal a Ceawdy calTJ Le   J O  V  E  U-'-ir;-; The    & A M E  S  T B Hi _ To which will bo added,  ' Les  Intrigues- d'Arlequin : . o x, � Harlequin's Contrivances. NoPerfons to be admitted Into the Boxes without Tickets, Whkh will be dellver'd at the Bar 0/ the Theatre_�t j. each. Pft ti. OaltttT Places for the Boxes may be taken at Mr. RapMe-SeranVat the (aid Theatre. - No Paton t� be admitted behind the Scenes, norj turn'd after thcCurtaln Is draw n up. RA*"'-' And e*_Me"d{tjFnext will be.' -<�*.. in Monday next will bejrefented  Cms), ydfA Feftinde Pierre, .vTne Mbttltoe "mm   

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