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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 17, 1834, London, Middlesex The Daily Advcrtifcr. MONDAY.' Mjurch 17. 1734. Deal, March 14. EMAIN in the Dovrm, bis Ma-jeftv's Shipt, Royal Oak, Portland, and Tonington. yYind S. E. bjr &. Dtal, Mattb 15. Wind S. Hit Majefty's Ships remain as per lit. Came* down and remain, Janet* Tate, for Vigo; Potornack. Shake-fpear, and lUmfgate Frigate, Dsmtam> both for Mainland. LONDON. Yeflerday arriv'd a Mail from France. tawmftom Madrid by the way of Paris, inenrjon m terms �f�) Beat Rrfbeft, the late Bshaemurof the PatpgutpmAm-y&Ek and throw the Blameof the Mhtodcrtondn^likc � lainlwrtHn the Grown* oTCftam and Portugal, iourdy ap-^Baeeneocy^Comtoa. AstheSMnm&cdl tto&ry. CM AfiaT lapen'dlFd*: the Ofipera of Jufike were conwafbttg aCrkiatal to Prison, and hapesiog to pais near the Ainbana-SaflHocfr, foot of hkDorntfoclufaUWour, rrfcurd tbePri-fjgir, *>dgiving him for (one time Sanctuary in their Hoofc, (Mat hft fcnt Wn� away in his EsxeUency'sovro Coach. Tim ftnoediug drew a Complaint from die Government, and 'en 0*it that the AmbafladOr promifrd to make Satishtflion by faamtayAy his Servants; out inftead of kerning his Word, af�We-the next Day thro* the Town m defiance, with the fclaan bahind him, upon which the Court was acqaameed 9*h th* AfiaJfV and bis Excellency's Hoofe urrefled toon after, l^auhiillme^ksici^d and coanmittcd to Prifon. His jgxedkney cried aloud againit this Treatment, and tent his (Wq^tAi to all the foreign MiruOers, bat none of then would ft, aUtdging thai the Arobafbdcr was himlelf the tuft Xmcftt t ftefli Advices from Lufatia lay, that the Poles are ad-fMRfdasnu.asGubrn, in his Pruffian Majefry's Dominions; fetodkrs, that they have repaid the Oder without comaut-aegmy Disorders. k�ro from Paiii that the Recruits Kft m fuch Numbers, dHHwif ate already ai�n enter'd than will complete their f^tt**�, fucb a Military Frenzy rem thro* the Kingdom. iWSptauraajbavealready carried the Oat-Works of Or-. UnAo and Fort Hercole. The Befitgtrs are about 12000 m dumber, TbeCarriiooof the fanner Place is 1500, that of HiakaaWd 6pj�^^ aV icotiries in aHkafie the bonifications of tbeTowu in Flaa-:*':aatMBjBliamiaBt4WiBHa^a^ any isnas -~WiStnnufPS^^lL^L^^}U'1^ PmsTMoa, 4000 Mm arc actually r�ow emplqj'd in restoring the Works of Buaay, that Place having been akoofk difmantloi by Time, - aad the negleQ ol neceHary Rcpairatians. 'T�. unjver&UybdUv'd in Halloed, that in cafe a certain Oxut will not comply with the Terms of Pacification cf&rd by the Maritime Powers, one of the laid Powers, at kail, will deckie for the Emperor, in which cafe 'tis not doub ed bat the U Method will be practised of attacking that Nation thro' the fckiaftheNrthcrUndi. -Hit Excelkncy Mr. Walpole, who fct out on Friday Morn-tbgkj, torrfume his Character of Ambaflador Exi. wno ^ bun in View j and though kwriorin Number to bis Guard, could not gel overjo.fe�nv_ ' "W.Hop, cldctk Son of bis Excellency the Ref:dent of tneir PJl1 Mightineflej the State* General at this Court, has been ^/.pwrr'd by his Uncle, who is cue ol the Council of �Ot* ia Holland, to be Secretary of fniuxanic. at AmiUrdam, fkee worth 3000 Guilders a Vear, , *)>erc was a very numrrous and gay Appearance on Sat or ""[^M Signer Farindlo's Benefit, the Pit was full ibon the Stage cootam'd feveral hundred People. Many of the Songs in the Opera were new j that which preceded the Chorus was compos'd by himfelf, and fo extremely apptsoded, that be fung u again, at the Re^ueft of the Audience, tho* the Chorus was Over, and the Muficians retiring tram the Oicawftra. " ~ -----;y------------------- YcAerday the Right Rev. the Lord Bonopof Litchfield and Coveaa^jptcaca'd before their Majtrlio, the Prince of Wales, and the Friacrflb Amelia and Caroline, in the Royal Chapel at St. James's t aad the Right Hon. the Earl of Warwick and Holland carried the Sword of State to and from Chapel. Yeferday Dr. Egenon, Lord Bifbopof Hereford, Brother to Ins Grace the Duke of Bridgwater, enter'd upon his Office as Clerk of the CWrt to hi. Majcfly. On Friday died at Ncwiagttm, Mrs. Qonilon, a Maiden Lady, Sifter to the Lad/ Aboey:; She km left 300001. between her three Nieces. On Saturday list tke Lady Asm* Lanky, SSfmrto the R%kt Hon. the Earl of ncdsorongb, and Lady of the Bed. Chamber to tkeir Royal f&ansjea the Princefscs Amelia and Caroline, fct oat for the Rath for the Recovery of her Health. A R f o'clock. There was no Scenes, the Stage being adorn'd "wtBidauo, andcuriouiy hung with gsli Uiihst. Ihe TPHE Mafirsiftbe ^ 4tw4 lh%**rnhh Sttii Laft Week died, after a tedious lllnefc, it h*t Hwk H \ (mtrii0t�t t*u*rA DoleXotby in ?2armartlkeafJur�, Mrs. WjUianw, Relia of 1 JohnWillims. E% Brotho to Sir Nk*oUsWuliam�. Member for the faid County : She kas left the Bulk of her Fortune, which is very rrmfidrrahjf. to Thomas Jones, of Peothebont in the County of Cardigan, Efqt On Saturday died at his Home in lincoln's-Inn-fields, Mr. Bofhxk, an eminent Uphotterer. Laft Week at the Affixes held at Rockefb* fm-the Cotmty of Kent, before the Lord Chief Juflke Eyre and Mr. lattice Reeves, the eight following lecer/d Sentence of Death, via. Richard Steele, Rc^She^ George State, William Fidgti alias Filrppet, Robert fones, for feveral Robberies and Burglaries ; John Vemer abas Paiae, lot flatling two Geldings� John Ban^ alias Rocstcfier. for fkadingaMarei and WUUam rmc�forHoule-breakrng. ^ B� beiore trie Jod^es left the Town, they were pkaled to reprieve, m order for tooncen Yan TranfporOBltm, John Baf-fct alias Rochefter, Jahn Vemer, alnu Pain, and George Sate. At the faid Affixes. Wilham Wihop, HokWn Waters, Jofeph Locas, Frances Kiugkt, George Hak^ John a^d, Eliaabcth Jones, Sarah Smy titer aad Davsd Tamer were caft for Tianf puliation. John Rkhardfon. George Eady and George Eaton were tried for feveral Felonies, and wcte difcharg'd, payasg (keif Fees. Iiaac Levan, Thomaf BUry, James Englilh and James Mathews, were difciuu^'4 by HaptlswMiisw. . George Sutton. Joba Bud and William Roberts, being cbarg'd with feveral Robberies in the County of Surry, were ordcr'd to be remov'd to KingOon, to tike their Trials for the fame. Richard Wiseman, John Smith and William Haynes, weje ordcr'd to remain in Goal, according to their former Sentence. On Wednesday laft the Affixes ended at Gloacxiler before Mr. Jufiice Fortefcue and Mr. Juttice Lee, when two Persons tcctiv'd Sentence of Death, via. John Wcthcrfcill for Burglary, and Ralph Fletcher for Felony. Ooe John, Howell was bomt is the Hand, for dealing Goods and Writings to a confiderabk Value * and feven Perfens were ordcr'd tor Franlpomtion. This Evwing will be perfbrm'd, " At the FaasiCH TnaaTaa in the JIav* MaaaaT, Le FES TIN de PIERRE, &c. At tie TuisTtt Royal in Divir-LAjit, IHN'LAW, with the Lottery. At the Theatkx Royal in Covemt-Ga�din, LOVE'tf^AST StllFT^nwitbrPFRsiua and Anuromspa. At the N e w Tubatke in Goodman's-Fiblds, VENICE PRESERV'D, with the Lovtt't 0��*. -ft AN K' R V Pi1 S.-*" Richard Hale, late of the City of GlouceUer, Sugar-Baker. John Bateman. of Copthall-court in Tbrogmorton-flreet, in the Oy of London. Merchant. " \ South-Sea-Hotifc, Loodoo� 15 March. 17JA 5. T�//� Court cf Directors of tbtSe*!b$ * btli at tttir U�*J� in Tbrt***tuUs.jtrtk m ibmrO^ tit 20th I*Jt*�t, mt tUvtn in iht Tirtmm, bti*g mm tf tit Hmjp YtarU Cf'tt mffoixttd fa tht Charter, �*Jfir fittimi Afmn. 'T'HE'Anmrccrjary Meeting of the Jrttjfm for /una tt tbtir Ctarttr t mnd tf m Afidmia tf Dr. 8m tbt Ctnvtrfit* �/ tbt Ntgntt; tiilt �V UJ�r reV r % n tit Cburti tf St. Brn^a, mSm St. Brtdt. - * Jtrtii, 0* TlurjXty tmxtt tht lotb Ayfaw.* ;i�M , Pr^^wm^^milittmHtmmfl* ttt Ftrmtm. W Ala nigA tV�tcr at London-Bridge this Day, at 27 Minutes a
. moifelle Salle and othen, with a new Scene and arw Hiiku. And at the End of the Vhy, A Minuet Cm nsadm Hakk*) brkfr. Denoyw and MidaDoifeife &iQr. To which (by Command) wilt k added a Cooed* �e* eajcAcr. cahTl The L O T T E R Y. Inttrmix'd itiitb Stmt. Placet to be takan at the Widow Cook's u> the Pflrrhii i'i ratals The Ladiea are dejlr'd " - � I . - -t^r. an Hour alter .Three. B0SU51. Pit j a. Piift CaUcry xur Up r'd to ftud thair Scrrantstofcecf their PtMcat^fsair To be SO L D, By Order of the Honourable Comrniflioncrs of his Maj.-fty's Cuftoms, TN tbe Lang Room at the Cujiom-ljloufe^ Londont *� 00 TburfAn tbt xotb Impost, at tbr� o'Clthk in tbt Afitr-mtta. Sugari, Iftiu Gttgn, Alui F.faiiea, andCttten, infimt. Tit GxJt it bt wwc�V at ttfygami-Kt} from lemttmw ft tbt tj Salt. By tbe Company of t'rfneb Comedians* - AT the New Theatre in the Hay-Market, thu Day, the 17th laftant, wiil ba aickofcd CoauJy. caTJ Le FESTIN de PIERRE: o a. The LXhtriitu --------To which wUl Le Baron de Dtjlroj'd. be added. La Crane. Ac the Dcfirc of feveral Perfons of Quality. For tbe Benefit of Mr. HIPPISLEY. 4-A-T the Theatre-Royal in Covcnt-Garden, I JTX Tojnorrow the iSthloAanr, wUi be mioord a Coaacdy, cwTd The S T R A T A G EM. Scrub, Mr. HIPPISLEV ; and the Part of Chevy by Mr. HffiArt> Djufhur, who never ipccjr'd on any Suje baforc. To which will U added, a Farvc cf < The TOY- S UK! tj ah, uira HOP. With fcvtral Enuruinmenti of Singing aad Daaciaf, p��ili Tippling Philofopbcn, tv Mr. LcTertdgve j the Rgatafcei Mademcil�%Salit, Mr. LaUv, Ac. and yAi.G'wsz.UiXibDamaJ T.^ti ri d bjJ *i Mr. llfCjUyi, tn B^-jtrut, Ontxl-fnk*. (sm
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