Thursday, March 25, 1734

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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 25, 1834, London, Middlesex Advertifcf. U 0 BAY. Marc h t$t i>j4. Tfosghts concerning the Bill ft) r*/ Stock-jobbing. |H�RE the I&ppinefs and Grandeur of a Natisr^ depends on Publick Credit, any thing that is barely fufpecfed to interfere therewith, or the moll minutely to affbftit, would Ik cxa;nin'd with tneutmotl Caution, and every Circum-flaiKe thorougMy cenfidered. �- tait of the Conftitution expofedtbem and too Debts muft have been1 contract-.ed'ttC For. , Bitars of the Government are not allowed u ,T j and WKxfotroukd Difpo&l of their Pn>-SbmCafia, it Wilt always prevent People from ^diMitge them from fupportng it in any Emcr- ^gptirent a Proprietor of the Govrmment Secu-duiP/ropcriy at plcafnre, is a Hardfbip and enable in no cafe, other Traders having Privilege, and without it I apprehend sISo Accidents human Events are fubjeft to. ,atfr Accidental Government Securities are _______m greater, ami always" wilt be, than m other ^whinem the Government is afrcOed, the Debts Stitr^bcfoiUoewife, and their Wants muft ^j^B^ain'in their Credit, confequently in the r�^'l�'therefore to prevent any from the Ad-tj^.|etaricg,hunfdf, is, 1 conceive, the !at|(rtn&Hardmr^ ^ -........ W ntht, 'aid. even Aiturance without Pro* ; ,r .. . ow this tatter may hecrmfider'd as lany jtbar can" poflibly arife in the Funds  it's faKeNewt, Impaction and Game; all rin two late Aftain, the Lofs of the [ Retaradf the South-Sea Ship * Vet to imly fabjocVthe Trader to much greater - Uawmretto one prcfumes to find Fault wjth_ that muft be the Cafe, when the greateft of our >to the Government, the .Dutch, find that they command their Properties i Their Wants, �* Temporary, and they frequently change , tFuads, lot the fake of Intncft and Trade, greater InrhHTmcnt to Jk fueh huge t when the prefent Circulation is ftopt, and all IJn the State of the j J per Cent, Annuities, aod Navy Bills atprefenr, fhould tKey on any I 8 it.can be efficlcd, which will make ? of. their Properties, but I dare lay not fo lis canjiveft t and ila fiune nuiLinevitably ll^i^SiaKkholdeti a* was moft >ftly apwe-, mmy confidctable Proprietors who petition'* the ^^^Mj^tB^t^ Nay, theOoB%uence * -lor ufion tl^ (adden Aj^cSenfions of a' igat, they^alltxfo ^rnuftnccefikrilv receive a prodiwbusShock, 'eoe third in Value before a (ingle Bargain is "Cnoi at the prcfcnt Juncture u the French I'from 18 So ta 11 oo, and bat two Bargains fefAkfc was crmrely owing to the like Prohibition t**m . -, .�� Fc�^llmcbagladag Evil, it i* worth enquiring *ik � BjepoUick, as fcUkitous of tbtir ^ fiifiV Jobbing, not only in their own Funds, f and rJut infinitely morfrthan what is mrdaded neaoiuerybenootber, than that they find it aLGootL It %moruxhcir Credit, fill* and in qde of a War, will facilitate the c3ksvi for it, is highly probable, if I Advantages a conftant Circulatkai -r-�J �le�4them. �-, M&��?S!k. � onlj JU� the CnrUey d the �IwCwtwation, enrbarrau the Government and jff<hcPioutktOT, but likewHe be a confirlrraWc real �**' � the Nation, fiace it was made appear tHoo. �w Hoafc of'Lords UU Sefions, that will not only be the Lofiof ftch a Profit, bat likewifc an acmal dead Lois of a confidcrable Sum more, which will probably be paid to thefe verr^cople, trie Dutch, in Qcnamiffionand Brokerage, ftc. for Men who are dupo&d ms^bUic Funds, may aod will do k, as well in MbOand a^ here. Seventhly, This Bill will not only cramp and rcftrain Cbc Market, but even create a Monopoly for StocR-yjbbing, putting the real Proprietors of the Funds uwler grm DHadS-aiiages, fcjhje^kifr!^ Forumoif who will let what Price they pieafeon chem j whereat now it~| -is& open and free, that it cannot be fubje�L to ahe Power of thofe rew^ whole lMereft�d upon Man- Eighthly, Advkea of War atid-Peateamaaulcrul in other Cafes as this ; Cochineal, Indigo, &c may be and are fold upon a View of Peace, aridrjoughtaatheVfcwofaWar, and that for-a fixed nme,' and on probable Advices % many other forts of Goods are fold without the Setters being acbiaHjr pof? feffed thereof j thus CoE-e, Hops* ***Y' nwft of our Comra�b with the Navy. aie#hus performed i thofe thtrefbtt, if they are�vils, mayTie julUy eflcemed as great, or greater than aoy k w that the wkde, the Very Nature of Trade, rf- ns as great an Amendment as tats does; but Lam appre-ve, ut this will be round the very Eilbace of Publick Credk, atricchfiquen^ other likewife. " ;- Tejt Rome* March 13, jTVON Carlos arrived Veflerday at Cmta-CaflataaBa, and 1/ was immediately complimented by Cardinal Aquaviva and feveral other Pcrfons of DiOiocrion. It .remains flUla Doubt whether Ids Royal Highndi will come hither, the Point of Ceremooid steering greater OblUcks than were expe^cd. On the 9th InOant the Spanifh Army began topafs the Fyber, four Leagues from hence, and will flay at Monte-Rqtunao rill the toad C�ram^:� Prince de Santo Boono has recetv'd a new Summons to ictnm directly to Na- Eles; uod>rFaioof.ra�JmpertalM^y,s ut 'tis bclicv'd" that Prince will not go thither, unlcfs it be under the Effort of the Spamm Forces. Cardinal Cofcia has recciv'd the Pope** Abfolution: The old Father has ailoally conceiti'd aFancrfV tjutt PrtlatP. on Acount ofiwloge-flnrry in bafling tar Oongregauon deNaumtlit as he hat done; aod ierne People even fxrcmndnmr^rhathf^ have an Opportunity to play ovcr^ in this Poatificate, all the Game be practiced in the lift. Drtfdkfi^.Martb 17. Before his hfijffiy began his March from Cracow, he ocdeVd two CrownPieces id Ix given to every Soldier in ha) Army, and two Months Pay to each of the Officers, as a Gratuhy for the Fatigues they have endur'd. Several Waggon Loads of Money accompany ttMrAnny in its -March, in Order 10 enable the Soldiers to pay for what they I 'W^anWfreWntilfT^ Frttn tbt Ruffian Catmf btfirt Dantnih, htanb ao. The head Quarters'of our Army � fix'd at Pratt, and tbofebf the right Wing at St Albert; the left Wing isitreefced all along the Villages by the Sea-Jd� towards Cangfuhr.' We have tiirown np a Redoubt at the Head of the Village of St. Albert, and planted eight Field Pieces thereon. We have no Want of Provilioo in our Army, but Forage isfcarce; and in Order to remedy trot Inconvenience; proper Magannej are orderM tabeeretVtd, and rhc-Country will be oolig'd co fiD tbarn witn"HayvOi&, 8^~TTieT7irn of Battenng Cannon long Tefterday the Lord Btfhop of BriOol ttttchM before th# King. The Right Hon. the Sari of Scarborough canted tht Sword of State. Laft Week died at Stoke-Dock it Plymouth, of an Apt* ? pWUck Fit. Capt. Lawo, CommatkWr of hk Majcdy's Shi|S the York, univtrfally btlov'd and hmentcd. .' '; ti Xaft Saturday George W^rreri, e4 Pemiham.urSuny, ^ was married at l*eter�am Church to Mifi Moor, Daugmar of Tho. Moor of Richmond, E^,_^_-,.,..-:_-^^-.-^^ai4 On Saturday laft No. 31711 was drawn a Print of toool andtTieNua)ben33�47, 39910, 8649;, and 103097, cadi , Laft Saturday Hugh Rogos, t]u> prr^ndajl blind BeggatV was tried for the Murder of Thomas Haifidd on ue Highway, near Guilfbrd, by flabbing him with a Knife to Uw-ffc*fti , but it appearing to the Court that the DcccasM wu the Aggiaf for, and flruck tatFrifoncrfcvcralrimtaoveriheHaMWall his Crutch, after a Trial of three Hours ^^,kmi galkjf of Manflanghter.'- '^jj^^"''^':,'t*'"' * The Affixes will act end till Tuefday or Wcdaafoay, |mW being 31 PvMoiier*yH%faefi^ the Highway, feftnfttHouvbteid^^ one far Forgery, and nhw for fingle Felony. MthB^�rjjttJ&4Maefc!i, Uk aoth D^rf MarcJh, _ P R B S E N Tj * ~ The Kiiig** tnbfl ExcaUfnc Majcfty in Cbttjatil Hij MajeJIy having been pkafed to appoint the Right H*U Anthony Aildey, Eairl �1 Shaisbury, 16 be VrijMmmlt of the County of Dorf� a�d Town and Cbunty of Pool, hh\ � LonMhip this Day took the Oaths appointed w be taken then- -upon, iattcad of the Oaths tf AttrgUnce and Supttmacy.____ C.rickkdt, March %f. Thnriday laft being appoiaajl fc� Jblemniang U� NoptiaU of �he Triaca of Orange with Uw Pr'uKrfi Rwal, the fame was �hWd here in the foliowlng manner: TheMornuw wasufhet'd in withringibg of BtH^.> at4lc�rr�hariaHb]ine^D^ atwtkbther fince expeAed by Land from Riga being ttopt by bad Ways, 1 z Mortar Pieces,with a large Quantity of Bombs and Ammyp-wupjare^ Jtt�afjfjt3yfi^! jelly's Chief Engineer, at the Head of forqg thtntCind Men, is now actually falling down the Viftula from Wariawi and immemately on hk Arrival, Garrifom w�U he difpers^d into all the fUopg J'kcejt of Pdtfli Prefe,1k; rader to drive the E^nemy quite cut of that Country^ The Son of Genet tl Lacy coming hither the other Day from Maricribourg, under an Efcort of only 1 $0 Dragoons and 800 Foot, was let upon by the Caftellaa of C'aerftb, with a Body of 3006 Men, bat the eommandiog Officerof- the - Efcort, placing ha Men So ad' vanugeoufly that the OuUlan thought chem more than he a| firft bektv'd them, betook himfirlf la fLght with great Preri-puarioB. King AuguHua is arrived as far as OacAochow in his Way hirher. Psrii, Marti j i. We have nocking new from July, ear pt that the Count deMerci, the Impcrud Geaeral. bad an apo. rdcOick Fit the 17th InOanr; being then in the TwJl. ^- The Pieforatsoaa for War arc iaai to bt my gtou all over this Kingdom 1...�n 1 choie made bare oonfiA chiefly in fTffurffw Perukes, ucb Shoukkr-Kaoia, and wrrnkWd Fornituie for the Horfet. ' Dtai, Mian* 83. Wind S. W. Ships, aaaiaUtrK outward boand. RamaiB, bis Majtfiy's V**Y. �PP*�f, don, Currier t Mary Brown, now or lata of Bcwdly in tat County of Worcefler, Widow and Grocer $ Trudove Grccfl* ur- p�"�� t*-""~-Tr ftiiiti In the tSainji ty of Mjddlkfot. Upholfleter. ; ;. / High Water at London-Bridge this Da/, at a MJsutea aficr 3 in the Morning , and 30 after 3 in the Afternoon. Saturday Bank Stock wa� 133 3 4th> a 4. India if* 1 half a 3 4tU. South-Sea TraoUng Stock 7; 7 8lU Ajniia. ties 10a. Ditto N�w Amokka too 3 ^ths. Three nee CeSTAiwuTry167. Afrfcan %x.~ York-Bttidings 3 t half. Royal Afjtoace9i 1 4th, Loav doo Auliranot 11 1 half. New Bank Ckculatioo 4). 10*. prem. South-Sea Bond* il. to*. Pmn. India ditto �L 4a, Prerh. Three per Cent, ditto iL 6t. Pram. Eaglijh Cmt. per tl. t jt, Wdmdttta tL 6s. Lottery TuJtm^L 14^*^4. htotchaa, 1733-4, ^mZlxUattlHirU**/* in foi^*M*ft�<t, *FnJa, th xor* hftant, at 11 i� tbt t*r<t*m, bufrmtf tit Hmlfym^ QwUaffeiMttS ty tb* CUrttr. South-Sca-Houfe, London. March 2a, �7J5r4* Cwrt of BirtHon of the Soutb-Sea-Cm* THE wlibi paiJefem tlx t$tb Day oj StfUmbtr mtxt, dndtUuvift tb* frvtral BenJi �f lb* fiiltwiitr Vmabm inettjimt % and /bat fiurn ami vfttr tlx /aid Daj all Inlcrtjt tbiucn outf ttajt. "" - - - No. 3lo|toNo.39oo#, ��-4�'��Na44o#, No. 4601 ta No. 4800, L O N D O N. This Day the Univofiry of Oxford will wait on their Ma- - - ^--^ T-, , jeftks, and the reft of the Royal Family, wkh an Addrefsof k�a paid about 80000 L annually in t^rnmiP j CongratuLuion. on the Marruge of the Priocefs Royal wkh **. tf Tr�Bt�tUoni here j befida, if [ (he Prioce of Orange. No. ' t toN<r. 153, No. 401 to No. 300, No. 80110 No. 900, No. 1101 to No. �xoo. No. 1401 to No. 1600, No. 1701 to No, 1800, No. 1901 to No. tood, No. a 101 to No. 1 zoo. No. atfpi toNa 3 too, No.jooi toNo.5100, Nc. 5101 to No. 5300, No. sjoi to No. 5600, No. 5701 to No. 5800, Ne.ViOi to Nv. 6500.

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