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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 26, 1834, London, Middlesex                                Daily Advertifer. fau e{tafic*fit thoughts concerning the Bill to frevtnt Stock-jobbing. "~^HERE the HappiiKfi and GrandeuT of a Nation depends on PubJiclrCi-edit, any thing that it bare]/ fufpe&ed to interfere therewith, or the moft minutely to aftecl it, ftsould be examin'd with the ntrooft Caution, and) every Cucuni-fiance thoroughly canfidcred. All human things are fnbjrS to Im-j mfcCtion, and thorforr I think it has - always been a Rule with LegiflaturJ, to fc�r m^"Wcef&rayreceive a prodigiousSttocfc, W|nbiiiy4ll one "third in Value before a fingfe Bargain is __ _, .re m_ the French atvd but"two Bargains "71 mm* �wuu iu   � -v��kj*" �**�M ^atppencd at the prefcot funclu wkajiJcBfrom tf86 to moo, aodU.   ___,_ W nl vhich was entirely owing Lo the like Prohibition ^tailUJEll. V fhb is fuch a glaring Evil, it is worth enquiring �JRSUhjtffc-** wife a RepubliCk, as fbUidtaus of their gPtf* my. feffcr Jobbing, not only in their own Funds, f^Bacen, and that infinitely more than what is uank&cd i*??^0" tstt furrly be no other, than that they find it fl^i tai a general Good. It fupports their Credit, Mils J2*l'?f*0e"e'� ^ iocrfe of a War, will facilitate the "2FT?'',lf*'^1"T"iJ~!A"dvantages a conSant Cuculaticn ^WfcWtwpuld be tempted to lend them. ^**7> Tha Bill will not only flop the Currency d the faeCircolaticn. embamu the Government and -,^P***AeProprictcr, but iikewife be a confiderable real g1**Dtbiatnt to the Nation, fince it was made appear JJ*J�>j*tHon. the Houfe of Lords lall Seflions, that -g*^^ have paid about 800001. annually in Commif- :mm*&tn$tf 6x. fc(r TianJkaiom acre j bc�dcs, it T0Eg DAY, M arch i6y 1734. w31 not only be the Loft of (uch a Profk� but like*'iic an a�luat dead Lots of a confiderable Sum tnore� which will piobably be paid,to* thefe very People, the Dutch! ift Cjocunimonand Brot^sse; &c/fofMen who are difpoCd toac\ in the Funds, may and will do it, at well in Holland as here. Seventhly, Tnis Bill will not only cramp and reilrain the Market, but even create a Monopoly for Stock-jabbing, putting the real Proprietors of the Fund* under great Difadvantagcj, fubjecling them to Ufiuen, and Men of overgrown Fortunes, who wiQ fet what Price they pleafe on tbera ; whereas now it � fo open and free, that it cannot be fubjeft to the Power of thofe few, whofe Intereft it always is to impotc upon Mankind. Eighthly, Advices of War and Peace are as ufeful in other Cafes as this ; Cochineal, Indigo, &c may be and are fold upon a View of Peace, and bought on the View of a War, and that for a fixed time, and on probable. Advices t many other forts of Goods are fold without the Sellers-being tctauly pof-feffcd thereof; thus Coffee, Hops, &c hay, moft of our Contracts with the Navy, are thus performed -, thole therefore, if they are Evils, may be juftly efteemed as great, or greater than any; fo that the whole, the very Nature of Trade, requires as great an Amendment as this does� but I am appre-henfire, in thb will be found the very Effencc of Publick Credit, and confequently whatever prejudices the one, will the other Iikewife. Dral, March 24. Remain, Edinburgh, Dreadnought, and Sunderland Men of War; the WHihingtoa, the Middlefcx, and a Dutch Ship", all 3 for India; Beaver, Smith, for New-York ; Otley, Beach, far St. Chrillophers; Loyal Peggy, Rkhardfon, for Jamaica; Sea-Nymph, .Staples, for Leghorn s the Elizabeth, waite, the Friends Adventure, Symonds. the Anufope, Morris, and the Betty, Friend, for Lifbdn; True-love's Adventure, Reynolds, and the Eagle, Hains, for Genoa ; Philadelphia's Hope, Spawfodt, far Philadelphia; Sarah, Mill, for Maryland; Generofity, Monton, for Dieppe ; Manoty, I Nichols, for MarfeiUcs t William and Jane, Roberts, and the Adventure, Atkins, for Gucsnfey. Arriv'd John B�ptil\,' Harvey, from Cadiz; Anthony, Redmayne, from Montfcrrat. Winds.W. by W. It  O   N   D  O  N. By the Whitfield, Capt. Harrifon, arriv'd at Biiflol in 30 Days from Carolina, comes Advice of the Hill Snow, Grew, Mailer, bound from South Carolina to that Port, being loft on Cape Farro, but that her Crew were all fav'd. By Letters from Port Mahone by the St. John Baptift, Capt. Harvy, we are inform'd, that the Hallifax, Capt. butler, and the Euphrates, Capt. Peacock, one from Smyrna, and the other from Scandaroon, were fafe airiv'd there in their Paflage*Home. On Thurfday Morning but his Majefly's Ship Sheemefs, Capt. Fitch, Commander, came to Anchor in Portland Road by contrary Winds, having on board Leonard Sollicoffre, ETq; his Majefly's Ambaflador to th� Emperor of Morocco for relic ving the Chriflian Slaves now in Captivity there ; and alfo, ... ., .i. Matters, Efq; Commiflary and Judge Advocate of tlie Town and Garrifon of Gibraltar. Yefterday the Rev. Mr. Holmes, Vice-Chancellor of the Univcrfity of Oxford, accompany *d by the Heads of Colleges and othrt Members of that Univerfity, waited on his Majeitry with a loyal Addrcfs, on Occafion of the Marriage of the Princefs Royal with the Prince of Grange. Thofe Gentlemen afterwards waited on the Queen with their Congratulations mite JuneQaafiooiaad This Day will pay theirCoropli,-menu to the Prince and Princefs of Change and the tell of the Royal Family. We hear that all the Officers of the Regiments in Ireland are ordcr'd immediately to their Pods, and that (bme of thofe Regiments will be ordcr'd on board the Fleet to ferve as Ma--iinefe-r-::="..--."..................................- His HighneG the Prince of Orange is going down to Chatham to view the Royal Navy there. _ ,,?. Wi fnghnefs*s Depamite foe Holland with the Princeb Royal, is put eff to the light Nights. Lad Week died at Barntoun in the Shire of Edinburgh, the... Right Han. Elizabeth Connects of Rutherglen, Wife of John] Earl of Ruthcrgleji, younger Biother to the Earls of Selkirk and Orkney : her Ladyfhjp was Daughter of-- Hutchinson, of the County of Nouingham, Bfq; Widow of John Lord Kennedy, and Mother to the rftcfent Earl of Caililjs. Yefterday died after a (hon lllnefs at his Houfe in Giefve-nor-fbxct, Godfrey Clarke f,of OBicou: in>.,J^f^QyihJts, .Efq; coeaf the prettnt Knighb''oF'the- Shire for-'that "County, uiid Candidate at the next Eteefton : He married rhe Lady Catherine Stanhope, Aunt to the Right Hon. the Earl of Chclkr-�rld, but fhe dying in 1728, Iciiuo fffue, fo thai lu� V.Hate" which is about ooool. per A.nnum, falU to Gtltcit Clerk, Efo; his Nephew. Lall Week died at his Houfe hoar Carlillein Cumberlmd, in the lo^tb Year of bis Age, \Vilium Thotmond, Wq; a Gentleman poffe&'d of a plentiful Edate in that (Jouury. In the Ycaar 1645, and the 171a of his .\� , he was 111 tLc Battle of Nafeby. where he had the Misfortune to hw� bit Right Aiwftot off by � Mufkct Ball. ' -  - . Laft Week died at her Houte in Lincoln � Inn Ftekb, tfct Right Hon. Elisabeth Lady Craven, Rdift of William lant Lord Cm-en, and Mother of theprcfent Lord. She was Sifter to Sir Tulwar Skipwith, of NcWbold Hall in the County of Warwick, Bart. And thb Morning her Body is 10 be carried! oof of Town, to be interr'd in the Burial-Vault of bet Family* at Winick in Noithamptoafhire; Lnft Saturday died at St. Alban's in Hmfordfhire, the Ho** James Southwell, Efq; % Gentleman of about �8 Yeats oUL and of fine Accomphihments, a near Relation to the Lota Southwell of the Kingdom of Ireland, and of Edward South* well, Efqj his Majdly'* principal Secretary of State foe that Kingdom. Yefterday the Lady of Colonel Schutx, Privy: Purfe, �tsl Groom of tne Bed-Chambcr to his Royal Higbnefs thePnaot of Wales, was faicly dcliver'd of a Son at bis Houfe in Grofvc nor-ftrect. ' Yefterday the Lord Bifhop of London was pleafod to appoint the Rev. Mr. John Richardfon to be Reflux of the Church of St. George in Placentia, in the room of the hut IncnmbetiV and alio to annex 901. per Annum to that Living. On Thutfday riert will be held a Court at Chntft Hofpttal* for the Choice of^m Apothecary in dw Roam of Mr, MaSe/f deceas'd. - ( ' On Friday laft a Fire broke out at RoyAon n Hmfordfhire, and burn'd down near 30 Houfcs. The Damage doot by it is computed at upwards of 20001. Yefterday No. 1*0146, was drawn a Prrzeof 1O00L udi fell to Mr. Dover, a Merchant trading to Ireland. " ��inimir No. 103707 came up tool. " ...____ High Water at London-Bridge this Day, �t )9 Miootfa after 3 in the Morning; and 58 after 3 in the Afternoon. Ycftetday Bank Stock was 13 3 j 4th*. India 137. jSom*-Sca Trading Stock 75 7 8ths. Annuities 102. Ditto N�v� Annuitier iooi half a < Sths. Three per Cent. Aruwdty 90. Million Bank 107. African 13. York-Buidings 3 t half. Royal AfTurance ot 1 half. London AfTurance 11 1 half. New Bank Circulation 4I. ios. Prem. South-Sen Bond* 11. ios. Prem. India ditto 214s. Prem. Thrte per Cm* ditto il. 5s. Prem. Englifh Copper il. t$a, WtjUb ditto 11.6s. Lottery Tickets 31.15s. - rH E Gentlemen, Clergyand FreebdJiruf tbt County tf ESSEX; tbal art imtbt iMrtS of Sir ROBERT ABOY, Bart. THOMAS ABR AM ST ON. Efqi Art dtfird to mat ml tbt GVpum Vavtrmhthmd tbt Jt  change, Topurrvw at Six f Chci hi tbt Evtntig. rHE Gentlemen, Clergy* and Freeholder* cj tbi Count* of York, that art ia tbt luttrtfi tf ' &r ROWLAND WINN, B*rt. CHOLMLEY* TUR NER, BJp Joint Candidates fir tbtjaii Cmnly, art 4tjb*d n� mtttmt^U XtbtiSt-btadTmitrn inCbtuubis-Jtrut, mFriday mxl, tbt V)th tofiaitt, mtbintbtEvimKg, .   _ Weftminftcr, March 25. ppHE Inhabitants of ibis City and Liberty are �* defu'd to mat at tbi Sun Tavern in Kwg
                            

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