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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 21, 1834, London, Middlesex �Mil Deal, March 19. HE Royal OtkWPmUd Ma of War ftiu remain, jolt now cant to Anchor, two snore t of hisMajedyV Ships, but their NuMtlonwtlani. Cine down and faned through. Three Sifters, Bradbury, lor Viiffua. Wind North Eaft. L O NO O N. .... They write front Vienna, that _ _ Jtarml Coart k determuVd to. remain on the delen-M fceiloly, aalwait tbeBveatoftaeprcfent Negociataaas, fUiterdtWi*aagla�^ in can Plan'at l*cnkaik� has not thedeuYdEffcd. l*^Mev*ng J>atiAorh�lnperial Majefty's Tiooja laaabsrdy, *W�fi,*,h(l few*1 Ro^hnenti complete. - � foot. '' .-Meneaeh."' Tea Regiments of. *- 3000' Tea of - - *J�V ifciof , -- 800 fate* of Heydiakes of -1300 lteawto "" ':' Horfc. Men eadb. IrmReg-ofCawxafimof 1093 Thepf Dragoon of -' tb^j Twnei Henataof .--150c IB 68JOO l6l 16 IS* 84616 i ___ that the ?feanna having anfrinliinn ihntfhr Pafitin ^-f ' �M:~kT'" togrowadhfeat nt Haad ot the PolevlnvoftleVd a new Rooibicement of RuffianstojanTchin&andjr iem Poland. * KSfc^tertKa � ownTrbopi are tawing oat of Poland, ia ' 'amtrmCMTca back into Saxony.* \ 1 I Tj^y �u held a General Costt of the South-Sea Com-ney, �t their Houfb in Threainettlle-Suett, and a> coiifidar-i 5k tfmaber of tfc� Pioprirton being, p refcnt; the Court pro- - ejededtotake the State of tbrir Afiktrs into Cooperation, - when Cane Morions bong roadeofanirnportaat Nature, warm J>bataeroie, and the Cbait atewarda adjourn'd toMondejr S oor j aw Monday Night; and that if he tetany Pcrfon to watch, 1 Veaerda^ the Rtv. Dr. Thomas, one of hisMajefty's trains iuordinary, and Rtdorof St. BcnnetPauPs'Wharf, Pv f�el�'d*n excellent S�wut>.:� St. Bride's Churchy before the Tndlcn fcr, eflablrflung me Colony of Georgia in America, �feral of thtyRqerend Clergy, and a great Number of (Seatlmen.on>ii.ii�clion. 1 ^ The eleventh Sermon againft Popery was preach'd Yeftcr-�y at Salter* Hal!, by the Rev. .\!r/Newrnan, hlTSubjea 00 JuUiftcation hy_Merit. The Text was in St. Pa-jr� epiak to the Romans. Chap. iv. Ver 4.. ^rVo� to him that Rr-ward not recfarfjofGrace, but 3.' Debt Vfcb&i there is a new Dancer lately come over from ?aiis, J?0^0 n>v*JiBtneJit at the French Theatre in tl�e llay-.Mafketon the z^thjjniiant, in which he u to perfbrm/everal new wrprmng Dances of his own competing, after theVtne-ftsn manner, entirely di5ewnr&om what has ever yet been �in ia England. tftut taaawj w ale Afttrmm ttr R*v Royid Aflaxance 96 3 41^ London AFuranct ia 5 tOa, BooVs(hat Hew JanJt CV calationoL toa. Presn. Soueb-Sea Bonds SLtjt. a tea. Piesi. Indn dstn4L to�. e tts. ftren. Th^per Cent. din> ki ten. ftaB. Bftglhli Ceefar kl. WeltV Books .fluit SakTaBiea % perOrnt. Pmn. '�� -�� -- To itV Author 9f the Dai tr Advhrtijiii. SIR, ' , : � FROM the l>k^ you tan always fiVwn fa baer* Merit, 01 m re�ninia�dm^ . ltsanlgrnct,: vrbofc extrtam* ModtttywoaJd bos' taftt 'emloi I fp^awtaetnferm, I any - aaturahV flatter' myfebV that � rWord or two in favoar of one of this cWnaer, will cnfifV find 1 a Pace in your Paper. ThePcribav I naaa is Mr. DAVIS, of taw French Theatre in the Hay.Market, who was brought Sunder the fate utgenmus Mr* NicbUni Haym, and has hunr ' Bmre don oaw caddwooiM til dijreirt^he To�n>;.ni � Poetical as wtil as Mofkal way. SbouU I fay alt t know to his Advantage k ponnly nsghi iajure na �wn ww wwravas-a/risi^f | vj IW1 Wftfll Fahu rf 49/. tb* other at CbigmtU, TtUjui.rhVatut e/24.1, lata �/ i�nMr' K*gbt, EJft iaU Co/bin tf^bt Smtb-Sga- Cl%'E%Ut at Wijl-htilm, ia'tit Panto ef.Pnvtr-Stvi, i� Ot Cmuy cfD�rfit, rf tht yarh, Vatat *f io I. iatt f Sir fbttimtjamffimt mm ofjbt tat* DirtShrt tf th* Smttb-Sta-Cmmfamf. ' Partu^t*f^kbEftaUtwUbtdtUwiat tbt JaliUmfi frmmSatmrday tbt Ztb rf\fanb next to tbt timi efSate. ^ Marcu t�r i734- ', rIE Trvftetsfor tbt Annmtaki for Lives of tpe rert'BmU&rt Cmafaof thbmtbjntm Nttiet, tbat /for �*�'// �n mmtbtr fia Msxtbe Jmadtf, mt Mr. Grtnt't Chambert in StatU-Itm, mWtdmfjajtbe i&tbhftnt, and
jaTXTnaie^UitaanefM^ t*V* � 'Tint SIEGE of A MAfcuS. 't 11 J^ntttn by tbt late Mr. Hv cr. . - Ax ' m iWth a,avw Pa,0 u�a a to Ma Mh>wT*j Ahudah, Mrjar.Miliat Oarkw. Mr.Cft&r j HoWa, Mr. taW 1 Ar-tarmM. Mr.TarNtti E�4oela, Mrt. How/ ~. ^ ' L,, T� wlueh (by Dtfiit) will he added a parteef twoAfo, ctl� The Imtrioui n^a Chambi rmai m ' .....Jm4 Entertawmentt tf Damim, fartitwiarh the Amofoas swale, ar on PJnl Nynaka, ay aan lanaae, Mrs, s W-V Wal�wai>m|�m. ; �Jfe-/- ' ADrunltieftI^ot��lioe^Utr�a. 1 * ! And a Mlmiet Richard Steele. To which (by pwtituarfiefire) will be added the laA sew rarer. CatTd An OLD MAN taught WISDOM o a, �.: f ' The Vrwiu Vuuask'o.i ; ' The Part of MUa Lucy to be perfcrro'd by Uru CciwMt JIQth. felcit Pieeet of Mufck between taa AA*, and a a^aiatln*-VioUn by Mr. Chark*. - With Entertaiumenti of tHncida fcy Mr. Denoyer, Mr. XCea, Mra, Walter and otbm, imticolirry Endof Aft 11. A Minuet by Mr. Denoyer and Mr*. Wa Aft UI. The Amorom Swab and Riral Nynwhi, ay Mt.i Mn. Walter and Mi& Mann. Aft IV. The Ruffiin \iihr, by Mr Oeaoyer. End of the rU/, ADinoeby Mr. Dt�wye�'i^-- t,N.B. Servam* will bcadnihtctl to keep Placca on;_,
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