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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 15, 1834, London, Middlesex BeaU March \%, RMAIN in the Downs, hit Ma-jetty's Ships, Royal Oak, Portland^ and "1'yrrington. Wind N. E. L UNDO N. Yeftcrday aniv'd a Mail fron� Htllahd. * I is reported with great Confidence, tret the Alifundcrilanding which has lately nrifeti between the Courts of Spain and Portugal is like to be at �'_____t-___f_________" l:- ��-.------ pati;fh Officer of Juflice Bjpm feme of the Dooiiltick* of the I'ortttguefe Minuter by Force oat of his Houfc, and committing them to Prifon, for fame 'Bad. C vui v ��*" - -- -------- w - -, --- Itreguhritirs they had committed. His Excellency left rid dirccUy, and retii'd into the Country, protetting againll Jadfid Ihe Violence don; bit Character,, and appealing to the other Foreign M millers, whom he conjur'd to make it a- common Cule; titters frorn France ptct�nd'to try, that opon the Arrival of At Ntw Plan at Paris, the French King lock'd himfelf up for . taste D*y� with his Minifters, and that upon the fourta he ^oitch'd an Exprels to Madrid and Turin, to acquaint thole .Court;, " That he could not accept the Article, as it then M flood, relating to King Staniflaus, even were he obliged to " flurry on the War nlW." The Dune Letters Itowever afTure, that there is an expedient fc> the Plan lor the- Difficulty expelled on the part of franco, ndtbailt � particularly provided, " that in cafe anything "jhtuld bafftn to invalidate the Reafons which make the Abdication of King Suniilaus confidcr'd at piefent, as the * fcie Method to put an* end to the War, the reit of the Pre-� JiioiturksftjouUl ceverthelefc remain in'ire." Our Advices from Vienna fay, that the Emperor has (Iceland himftli dljfeii to accept the Plan. In the mean while Preparations go on for opening the Cam-pains with Vigour, both en the Rhine and in Italy ; and the Drpattereof Marfhal Brcglio irom i'aris, and Prince Eugene hom Vienna, ktalk'd o! at already iix'd. We have nofhiogrnew from Italy : the Stckncfs continues tnengft the Soldiers-:- heavy Impofitions Ihcar the-People ; Count Wallis is lull of Ptojetts to takcAdvantage of the Enemy* and Marfhal Btoglio doubly vigilant to prevent him. iflie Jting bt apain has fent Orders to the Council of Com-- BerceatCadix, to take a Uriel Cognizance of the Freight of tie Ship bound to LaVcta trnx, and to prevent that none bctSpaoiarils fliip their Merchandize on board. , The Poles, Uadcd by the Talattn Lublin, are fti!l in Silefia, intchiogior the Oder; but'tisteliev'd that River will tcr-atintte their Piogrefs,; there bung only one Bridge over it; ted tfcat defended t>y itvetal Tiiouiand Saxons. As the Pala-_l�j"was 6blig*d to pus UireugU Fsrt of the King of Pruflu's -$6fHni J77ile~te~IclH Pnn^ Some-Accounts iniitaaK, that the PaLtm has had an Interview wita the Duke of Wciilenfclls, General of the Saxon Tioops^ -- uthyj>, that tie is about to return into Poland, fu tear of being iuxrounded with the Saxon and KuiHin Armies.' "TieAdtficts from Drcfdcn leflcn the Booty which the P-o'es ; were lately fjiJ to have gain'd, the gnatctt part of the Trea Cut bappthing to be Icti behind in saxony, fcveral of the Guards cut their way thro* a Body of 6000 of the Enemy, and made their Efctpc : General iliriUtolt'i Lady was (hoc in her Coach. ' The Cornell brtwecn the Competitor} for, the Crown of Poland is uot his to tubJue the Poles by Lenity than by Arms. We have mcnttou'd fcveral generous Actions in Augultus, but tjteBelaviour of RingMairrfTiuj to theVaUtin or juow Iceros tpaottfo them all. This Pnnce ucaiihg that the Palatin. and ^CBufiderahlePait ot his J'roops, were gone over to his-Ad-vrr&ry, immtdiattly remitted him a large Sum of Money, telling him, that altho" ne had Quitted his Service, he was yet WtUicgto pay him hts Arrears, * liUewtio that uf his Soldiers. Tis iaid (hat hiv M'j'dy will nave an Interview with the Kifcgcf Stveden this Summer at Hanover. And ^"bat the Queen will b? appointed Guardian ofthe Kingdom iuing his Mikity's Abfcn�. . ,:. Rehear U>at her .Vlajsrty purpofes to,refide at Kesfington; an3 that the P.cad thro* Hyde-Park will be turn'd nearer lUughtfbu'dgr, in order to prevent the Dull annoying Keii- iagton-Ciaidcns._______ On ThurfJay laft Dr. Egcrton. Lord Cifltop of Hereford, fciij'd his Majclly's Hand, on being appointed Chrk ot the OcCt in the rocn� o! the late Lord Biihup o: V. inchrller. TtErti'ay Motnmg about lour o" Clock, his Excellency Mr. . Walpol.-, it'.cs Maj'ity's Amb.tfiiv.cr to tee Sutes ot Holland, fct (w lot Harvvici), in orCcr to cii.U:il: on his Return to the Haw?. ..... Yellevday Momirg the Lady of Sir William Vongc was ifcly dehvei'J of a !>ai:gh\t at his Hoj m I all-mall. _ ^dlejr^'Mortjrr^dii-c: ot at tti, Lodgirgs a�-0.andui� tUect, Covtpi-Gasden,. li..utphiy Doln, fc.qj ot Sibton rxar bj.xm ir.diirini in Stidlj;*: ; ar.u u/ir.^ a llatctitlcr, �� kit his El'.atc 16 i.^ only in.tr, who nvari/'d. John I'oMs, Ef^; of Noith Ilaw. J hi ,.i::c Mviniag an Attorney rf Genum's-lim was fooodc;r �.: theCatsat in Jr'me/s Park The A:,,-r T.Kttitsg 01' TuiUcs forelial)!iflt.n IneCo.Qov t'. v 1. :n A Ulrica, appoiuua pu:iJant ion
fty. Piaver^ will bcg.n ;a h-li" ~n iioui adtr Lkv.u i 1 toe Forenoon. E/finBrnrg!', Marth�?. Laft ToeOay it etgt* in lit Morn the Lords of Judiciary emerM open the Examination cf Iflg, ^_______,f------ _ wrvH y *\m � i the W'itnctTes relating to the Rict at Stirling, which tA-k up their Lordlhips till nine the QfXt Mcrn-ng. ttnen the Jery wtnt out. Such � Number of PanncR and W'itnefie* has lekkwi been fecn. 'Til faii there was abovx two hundred Wftneffrs fubpttna'd, and about forty of them examin'd. The Jury 6f from nine in the Morning till five in the Afternoon, and are ordcr*d ro retum their Vcrdiel on Tuefday n*xt. Ijft Monday Night Jicd here Dame Agne� Hay, Relicl of Sir Francis Grant ot Cullen, one of the Lords of SciSoa.. Thb Evening will be pnfcrm*d. At the King's Thiatii in the Hay-Mar it ct, The Or**a of ARTAXERSES. At the Theatre Roy At in D r v rt La � r, Th~#MAN of TASTE, with Harle^vin Orthcus. At the Theatri Royal in Cove'nt-Gardem, SOPHONISBA, with the Toy-Shop. At the N'iw Thbatrs in'GootiMAfiVFtitos, Tke DOUBLE GALLANT, with Jupiter and I p. T\IE r-n.c I. t: history, digh Water at LorJon-Bridge this Day, at. 19 Minutes after 3 in the Morning; and J7 after 5 in the Afternoon., Yetlcrday Bank btoCK wus 140 7 8tr�, a 1 t 410, * i, Books (hut. ladia 149 t half- South Sea Trading Sock 9z 1 4th. Old Annuitie* 167. Ditta New Aimuic� 10; 3 ifins, a 7 8th�. Three oer Cent. Annuity 93 7 8th>, a 4. Million Bank 109. AWcan ao. Vork-Building? 4. Royal Aflurance 96 3 4ths. London Aflurance 12 tN^ New Bank Circular* n 6L 7*. 64 a 101 Prem. Sttsrh-SeaT Bond* 3I. 16s. Preaa. India ditto 4L 9*. Prem. Three per Cent, mtto 2l 1 os. Prem.- Engfilb Copper jl. WeUb diao Books (hut. SaltTalTkaj per Cent. Prem, O T H m'i\ N demetrius CANT1". mih, J,ue Prittee cf. AhUi-r,;* . Xai i'rinfuttj F.r.glitH, fiort th; A�hor*> cten M*m:si f.;-t, Vf: n. r i n d a r.^ m. a. /Vr y ;h�t the Author rrwurM Cv-jiei of th� Otl|uut< ot* the Suttatv^ v hkh Ate kcrt witli tWh Care Aivi Stcrtsy lo the inner S tKu�l>er�, conntWoij; �ch fia'Shnti - Pi�itt�t mi AMI] J�wi, J.JjnimlPavlKnifton, �t theCrtWR bt I.u(ffi�-t*r�t, x^tim Sutftript^n*arcUkcn in. At the Dcfire of fcveral Pcrfons of'Qu�l�J.' For the Btntjit of Mr. HIPPISLEV. AT the Theatre Royal in Covent-Gardfn| ; onJT�ica T the Theatre Royal in.Drury-Lanef b# Mcoby the 14th Itnlant, wifl l� fTckntsi a CVmoly, eaUrd E � - m�*mw---- A The Gillery will be open'd at TJnte o'clock ; Pit and &�es at Fii e. T� ttgin at Six 'Ctntt. 5;.-if3r Fari-reE* bu<*M[ tiftt tbtt tbt Sahjitikirt^anS lot nit Vfi tfltxlr Ttiitti at ttit OccJHxt. By His MA JEST T*s Command. AT the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden �n We4ne&�y next, the JOth of Mind), w31 be perfcim'di E T H R. u� A TOK 10, C-lli'd E S ... Wub fe-vtral r.cu: Addition u affraiicg in tlut Cl-..',.l,r ; Mai!!n-.ita. Mri WAI.KIUI j Sclwo, Mr. Kjtn ; SoadMniba^ Mi-, liall^k. ; Rtiijltiidi, Mi;. Buchanan ; UiH�(u, Airs. Stcvuu. -IVitb poptr DECOR*TJtON�. ^ �And Cntmsinmenti cf Si.i^nr; 'and Oaftcin^, by Mr.Gltnrrr, Mr. Lilly, and Madcnioiaelt �ai!r. . . To which will be addal a Farce cf ue Aft, cail'd ' The TOY - S H O P. Th � f'rr^o br peWumi'd by Mr. Chip-ron, Mr. Bridge ittr, Mr. A. Hasbm, Mr. lirplicy, Mr. W^jtll, Mi. Kale, Mr. Jaa**, Mr. Nub, Mri. BulWk. M;Mulurt, MitiNorti, Mib Ui^cj. Hie coisiscioiJsTIToir&R^ Written hj th latt Sir Richard Steele. ^ Sir Jv^mBnH, Mr. MtU�.t Hitil.jvm. Mr.O"te} T�sm, Mr. (Sbkr*! Myrtfc. M#. W. MilU} StalatJ, Mr. MH*a ludant, Mm Herns; Phillii, Mn. Claret Lutinda. Mifl Hol)>d>y > Mn. acadant Mn. CroA j laWb, Mnu PrittluixJ. To which (by particular Drfi�) will be added the tail new Farce, rqil'i An OLD MAN taught WISDOM : Hn by Mr. Charke. 1 Whh Entmaiiimmt� of Dancing by Mr. Dcnoj'er, Mr. Effirv, Mm Waha cod othm, partiruUrly ' '.� *s End rf Aft n. "A Minuet by Mr. Dtnoyer and Mr�, Walter, Ael III. The Amorout Swain and Rival Nymphf, by Mr. Lahttlt*'' Mn. Waher and M16 Mann. \ , ^ :^ - AO iv. The Ruffian Sailor, by Mr, Ornoyer. V End ofthe Phy,, The Ppbneie, by Mr. Eflex, Mr�. Walter, arc, 1 N.B. SemntiwU be admitted to keep Placet >n the State, part of which, far the better Accommodation of the Liditi, Will be furro'd Into': Side-Beats. ' . . ". Places and Tkkett� W bad at the Widow Cook's, Box-keeper, In t�f Paiiire to the Thtarre. ^1 Baxei 5a. Pit 31. nrd Gallery ��.. Upper Cillery la. \ * At the Deft re of icvcral Perlbn* of Diftinftion. For the Benefit of Mn. G H A M B E R $. ^ AT the New Theatre in Goodman's-Fields nnWcdncClav the 16th cf April, will 1* prefcnted � Phy, all'4 Tlie SPANISH FRYAR: o r, � '' : The Double Discovery. Tftrfinond, Mr. IMan; ( aVcrrnto; Mr Giflardj Owmer, Mr, Pen* , M�. Rcbrfis , livir:,, Mrt. Giftatd. With (ireni EnteminmcYiu uf Slusiug iudjjai�.-!ngl ai will be eipref* fj in the grnu Uill�. ' . "** Boxes 4�. Pit x't. 4A__Gallery i�. P/jv� auy ie liim, atj TuUn UJ at C\tfu-Unft, efpjit*t V.'e hi ar il.it thr Lord* OorntriiT;: haw ..rJi-r'd a lioatfv.a id a Me to b Stip� ..t Portl'mouth on bu:;id ot t.-o' t, Di�fct�. tlial upon fcaicliin-^ f.lrrc;."!. *ho mav have defert-d ln� Ms jelly's ft�ain%� Jvlati may the better kc.uw ti.�n � "x" n�wns two cr ihrte lave been Jicady uken, who vviii be try d at a Court Mirtiil as Dclcrtrr*. Tc/Hjwnv in tie Jfurttoc* tht V-eii, Dr. R*UJlt?> milfnmtb at MmtrtCiaf.J. Her; o( t? e Ad inltv ifiu r:;>,i) c*..^ ut tl.e n-- anJ j;c;iig :o ti.e ^i.opi t:^ctc i^,r Mm ivi^c, the laid Hoat-at:J li.at bv n cl Hy 1 he Company of t'rencb Comedianj, AT the New Theatre in the Hay-Marketr 0:1 Mi.nby ocst;'the 17til lsftant, will.be prciiit'cd a Comedy Cill'j --------- _ Le b E S TI N de PIERRE; ' <- or, 1 he Libertine Deftrofd. To which will' be ailed, Ie Biron de La Crafle. * No l\t m tu K adipittni irii? the R**tt-w^h-.-3t Tiefc'etSi whVhfwill U-d^bver'd st thefiiV ct-thi Ti^ixv. �i 5;. each. Pit ju Gaikry 1 s. t> d. I'laccr f>r lU- B -x� m>y be uken at Mr. Ftihoorg'a, Meschant cf Rjjjt-t-Sr.iitT, at tlic biil'ib'-atrc. N.; I'ciC u t� K- i.V.nvt.J bihifJ tlw Scnv^, nr,t any Moary to be re-tiun lidha lU- Curuin 15 drawn up. 'Ibc Celebrated Diversions at SADLER's -WELLS, [T> EGAN on Monday laft, and will be I A3 c nduii'd tinj Day darj.j the Sutnmer-Stalcui; (Wcdnca�y� and Exidaji in Lew excepted) To whici>t�a^aod a New Pantomime Entertainment, tall'd t1 \ By Command of his ROYAL HIGHNESS. For the Benefit of Mr. DtNOTBu. the Theatre Royal in Drury-I^ine, -��: the 17-th LlftaM, will l that Br-aTitvi:, tlhjjti .r: lU M.t.tJU, fr liiy jiall cttam Mfrcy i with �a O'>li-ivat;on ou Prftbity in Dillrcf,, or rhr Primate of Poland. ii. In U.l- t..1 ci-.ii:jj at Six wii! Ix a Ltflure, oirifiran'tl by the AppTuach of pjtri-ri;'* l>i>, on New Msn.on ,f jrriand, and of St. Pairck ( wi^hrr It wai r-,ti cu^utT'd ; thr Name, the LliJgua^, the People F M->�' G�ar.i:n�r�if p : M aery eruinrnt Chira^tcis in 'ilfltlA. * ai�>>u>a'u:'^< KciiMikion Ivvil Hvyum, El' :rnr.>'.'J iy Mr. Dvu.yn r. w .Sent., Cut h , �f.c :d Acf, UaaK i*.- by Ui^Dea.y^r -il M first tiaKcl h.r Ap^"-' *�e rgm at bi*" t�" Clock. lining, Dtan ef A !.L Per forts ii,J.;bted to (he ISuzc of John l>a�' dt i.'i, l^tr-rV t'rawfcrd hi I'llw, ajc. :.\k. .* Bjc*^a.-u,v, M....-a->� j W-llen: a'Cii.-..-. ii'-t, D> .,1/r, ...\ S urhuuic, �f Le�d�)!'..-.l!-:l.frt, Itoemo'.,. o. ot dirm ; �;,, M aUu!jiitluRanof the it i J -J.,. C:awl>idr- Ji.fj:-, A;-.-.�V.-.-� uii.f k CoramiiKeaBml.iup; awariui .j^Ut th. 1-.; I'.-r'r'-, �Ua ha tW wiiaW ftnthff Niiiiu. ^ ?.! 1 jfti/e? Netitey THAT theTruftees appointed by Acl of Parharocnt foe rrpairio^ tht MrddarKa and Eflcx-'l'jrnivlte " at :i--ir '.fiT t;-i�cral Wc.iiny, aju>'utct| to k hcid at the Bir.Wa^' Stvi'f-Jd i:i thr faU Cuiiii) 0/ tlL-a, on Tuc�l
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