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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 24, 1834, London, Middlesex                                jt The Dafly Advertifet. r l MONDAY, Mmc b 14.; i>j4. Numb. iaj$� It,?.* /M5v , E M A I N. Royal OA. Portland, Surling-Caflle, and Windsor* with Hooghtoo, Hancock, for Lifbea ; King George, Ay ret, for Carolina; Tring Galley, Dunford, for Oporto ; Nonpareil, Wooding, for St. Chrifto-phers. .Arrived, ftafiaa, Laurence, from St. Ubes. Wind N. E. Dial, Martb 22. Wind N. W. _ Came down and remain*, his Msjefty's �;, taeSheerrds, wilh ibe four of hi* Majefty's as rnentiotfd ^^ftTCwnc down, fince and remain, Prince of Orange, Growcodc, for NewEngland; Sarah, Clark, for Jamaica j Amelia. Dittm, tot Virginia. __that a new Honfe of Commons will be built J7hb SwnttMT in the following manner: I Houfcs between the Court ol Rccraeft and Pabce-1 be poirddovv and a large Portico creeled where with convenient Coffee-Rooms on each fide, and a i?ltgbt of Steps between, leading to the middle of the raurit, oppofUe to which will be openM a Door into Jallery, which is at prcfent the Commonication e Houfe of Lords and Commons, and will be the of the new Honfe, being large enough to contain with the greateO Majority opon a Dmfion, and from thence Slntry into the new Honfe, whkh wiU be bnilt in the Gar-Sat where the Cotton-Honfe now ftaods, either m an owl Sammlar Form, fufficient to contain, without crowdings 480 sVbmber*, brfidts a Gallery for Strangers ; (the whole to be Muitf the Dirtflion of Rkhard Anmdel, Efq; and the other Sfimof ,he Co,nl rf�Wo,k*- BrtbhPtao� *" Cfcmmttee-Roonu will ferve again t and when the new Home  hnaVd ami fit to be ded, the old Honfe may be nude a cntiyenhnt Receptacle for the CbnonUbrary. and a proper IlaceJor the Lords and Commons to meet at a Conference, and rl new Hoofc of Lords added afterwards. ( The Mail which arrivM on Saturday fnm Flanders, and : Oat Ycflerday from Erance, brooght very btde News. -- The Poles, under the Command of Count Task*, were in. fteh aSmtatioaby the laft Advices from Silcfia. that it was aw known what ^^^^^t^K^^jjtj^^^ **j t^mttrnUigihe Way they came. The Troop*of Saxony the Prontirrs of the Bkcloratc by fitch a Manner, as to aatke k difficoh  y bis Majetly will go the Houfe ofPeers, to pa.fi the land Tat,* and the Mutiny and Dtfenioa Bills, and fjch ,, nbat, as are rcsdy for the Royil Afient. T^rdajr the Lord Bifhop of St. Afaph prcachM before their Weftka; the Prittce. and the two eWefl PrincdTcs. in the Rwal Chapel  zl. Wclfb ditto Rink� r- ' cbifitrfirttt en Mm/ttj mtxt, tbt 241b I*/t*m. *t ibnt tCfrtt in tbt Afthmxn ; it t *tt tbt BjtLtruu, tml *ljb �t Special Aftaits, mubtn mil tbt FrV pritttrsc*. dtfrJfmttnd. �i.-.-,.,s ..-, aW- y.f     "; Chariublc - Corporation * Hoatc� r Spring-Garden, ai March,- 1734. fffB Charitable-Corporation for .Relief of Ttidu* *� Jlrimi Ptor, &t. art t* bold a Gtntrml Cmrt at tbt ftmA abevefaidt* Friday *txt% tbt a8f* t^flan^ at tfait* j� tbt> Fttttm*. em ffttial Affairu \ C.. . - umm. ma.o^fig% ' fiftE Direttors of the Union Society> fir i** /vii%Gkdta*dMinb**di%tftTljfihFirt.^ titt, Tbat tbt Hatf-jeart) Gnvral Mttltq    #h #ii Stritfr and en fitrtal Afftirt, VfiH it bttd at tbtir Ogttt ikGmtttr-mt'' � e� H'tdMJdaj tb*zbtblnfla*tt at ftrtt itl tbt A/htraeem,nJJM^ all tube art i�f*rdi* tlx JUidOfiaandtJi/dttbtfftJim.   x :-';'v�,';,' < I. 1. httffi Rebtrttand Gifyi. Toha-hiifi-fard, -Jtb* Stmbingttn, trapping,      "�  :> r WiUiam Bryan, diltt,  � '       ' Caft. Jticbard Cmhtadi*, dim,  -~-\ Capt. Ami. Carl, ditto, 1 |>7 t8 $ c coo o 6.$ 175 * \7 I o If- i I : O t a a -6 I * AT the KIM ^�*s l VlKA^ HJK in thd /V ifay-Market, on Thurflsy neat, fcdla| the' 17th of March* will bs       . An   AS S E M B L Y.       ? Ticket* wilt* be deliverM to SuMcrUen only, ea Wednetfay neat, St White's Chocolalt-houfe In St. J�me�'i-ftrttt. N.B. EvinyTkkrtwiH limit e!tliwo�Oentkmsn or rwol^un**,. ST the KING'S THEATRE in the Msy-Markct,' Tomorrow, htlng the *S*hr of March, will mi*-fcriorinVl an Or-aa a, ttU'il " P   O   LI   F   E   M     -. ', B/ bit MaJ�stvV Ctmmaad, ;^ No Perfpm to be admitted behind the Scenes. ' The Gallery will bo oprn'd at Three o'clock. Pit and Boxti'at f|�t> '>  *i  Garden, on WedMfify neat, htlng ths ��th of March, will bs fretfontfaV aa OaAToaio, call'd to D   E   B   O   R   AH. Witb a new Cmtrtttn tbt Organ: Alfa tbt firfl Ctmtrtt htth  Oroteria ef Bftbtr. Pit and Boxes to be pit together, and 00 Pcrfcni to be sdmltted wkhoM Tickets, whkh will be deliver'd that Day, at the Office la Covent OirdsB' Theatre, at Half a Ouittea each. Firft Qslicry 41. Upper OaUtrf as. 6d.        -!|: ,        �- .      � ^_ By Hit Ma) * trr't Command.    \ , WoPetibns whatever to U admlttedJKhlod.the Sccntt. For the Benefit of a Gentleman under Mhforiumr; By the Company of Comedians,    _�>- A AT the Theatre Royal in Covcnt-Garden, this Day th� uth Inftant, wul be prrftntcd a Comedy* call'd The   BUSY    B O 0 Y. With tlccl Piecnof MuKck between the AOi, on the Vioha by  Youth of if Years of Age, who ne? cr pcrfbrmM In Publisk before, > Scholar of Signer Catanlo, ' , - And a Faroe of one Act, call'd. The    TOY, S H O P.   t With Entertainments of Dancing. BoxtV j 1,   Pit 3 /.   Firfl Gallery 11. ' " Tkkeu ilsea oat for Llnwla's-Ian-Fkids wilt hs taken it Corcat'fardeft*   

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