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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 30, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advcrrifcr. Numb. Deal, March IND N.N.W. Yeitcrda? Afternoon all the outward-bound fail'd Weftwardj and this Morning came down and fail'd through. King William, Saunders, for --. Arriv'd, Triton, Pauling, from Naples ; Happy George, Fitzgerald, and the Don Carlos, Clarke, from Canaries ; and the Launce Frigate, Du-merefque, from Jamaica, who hath loll _ her Main and Mizen Mails in bad _  rj>j,e five Men of War in my laft Mill remain; and Vn� came down the Buckingham, Oxford, and Harrrp-SS.Mrt�cf War. **t L O  N  D O N. YtSenW m% *,c'^ a General Half-yearly Court of the e^Sa-Cornpaii)' purfuant to their Charter, when fevcral i^jl, ivere made in relation to the State and Trade of Wfrnpany'i but the Court deferr'd their Rcfolutions there-Law their next Meeting jtftcrd�y ended the Poll for Chamberlain of this City, in iciaoa of the late Mr. Robinfon, when Mr. Bofwoitb polTd lW, tfi Mr. Selwyn 120. The Numbers in the whole, according to the Account pub-Mi by Mr. Bofworth's Friends, amount to 3326 for Mr. Bofworth. 3318 for Mr. Selwyn. � In all 6644 And a Majority of 8 for Mr. Bofworth. fie Nbmbers according to the Account publifh'd by Mr. coin's Friends, ftand thus: , ~~ For Mr. Bofworth, 3343 For Air. Selwyn,   3355 Total 6698 And a Majority of 12 to Mr. Selwyn. On Monday next the Sheriffs will declare from the Huttings �which the Candidates the Election has fain; and we hear Ait''� Scrutiny will be immediately demanded by the other, �hicb probably will not be over till about the firft Week in May. Ytflerday was held a General Court at Chrifl's-Hofpital, lAca Thomas Inwin, Efq; one of the Rcprefentaiives in Par-Jjamtnt for the Borough of Southwark, "Mr. John Boyfield, Mr. Philip Perry, John Croflc, Efq; Member of Parliament fo Woiton-Baffet, Mr. Philip Ayntcomb, Edward Gibbon, JUJ. Efy and Charles -Boehm, Efq; receiv'd their Charge as Governors of the faid Hofpital. At the fame time came on tie Election of an Apothecary, in the room of Mr. Maffey, d^cas'd, when the nine following Gentlemen were put up as Candidates, viz. Mr. Lifle, Mr. Kinlefide, Mr. Check, Mr. Will, Mr.Gamon, Mr.Jennings, Mr. Roberts, Mr. Colebroke, lodMr.Kctleby ; but the Majority of Hands appearing plainly fa the three firft, the Court; hrft divided between Mr. Kinlefide and Mr. Check, and the former having 79 againit 65a Di-vjfioo was afterwards made between him and Mr. Lille, when the Numbers flood. For Mr. Lifle ����� �  � 79 For Mr. Kinlefide -- 65 J&rthar Mr. Lifle was dechr'd. We ire aflur'd, that a confidcrable Augmentation will *fpee-ffliLbemade in hb Majefly's Forces both by Sea and Land. We hear likewife, that (he Militia of the Kingdom will be immediately put on fuch a foot, as to be caftljtcaH'd out upon nj Emergence in cafe the regular Troops fhould be flnt abroad. faid that there b certain Advice in Town-of the French ffceft having (wcigh*d Anchor from Brell, fo that an Account �twry Moment .expefted of their palling the Bxitifh Channel in djcir way to the Baltick. Sir John Norris and the- other Admirals appointed to com--aaod the Fleets now fitting out, together with the Captains � �!4etherOfficem)f the fcvcral Men of War in Commiihon, �e ill gone on board theirTefpeclive Ships, but are expeclcd in Town again after �     ... lome time. Vcferday their Royal Highneflcs the Princefles Amelia and accompanied By his Highnefs the Prince of Orange, ^�rcuthe Ojng Room in the Hay-market, to fee the curious �pwt Of Mechanifin calTd the Microcolm, or the World in Winauire. Hfefttrday her MajeAy was fo lame of the Gout,' as to be Wretfd in her Chajr to the Chapel. ..... -4$ WeekPeter Hawkms of HauJngs m Suflex, Efq; was turned to Mils Watfon, a Lady of a very large Fortune. . The Hon. j ames Brudene), Efq; one of the Grooms of his TW�Bed^ChamBer, and Member of Parliament for An, w�m in Hants, hath declin'd Handing there at the next tmun. And, We bear that William Guidott, Efq; their other Member, W George Bolden, of Andover, Efq; will be chofen al the ^ Election without Oppofition. uft Week died of the Gout in his Stomach, Francis EUer-Efqj at his Scat near-Chirk Cattle in Denbightlurc. TOttday no Piize wa� duwu highcj than 501, SATUR DA V* M arch 30, 1734. The William and Mary. WiBiam Dak, Mafter. from Southampton, lately run on Shore at Flam borough Head, and was loit, but all the Crew fav'd. Laft Tudday George Marks, E'qs going from Lcoicn to Stancs, was attack'd by a fingle Highwayman, within haJf^r Mile of that Town, but he having a conhderablc Sum of Money about him, and having pctceiv'd the Rogue at abect zc Yards di (lance to pull a black Crape over hb Face. Mr. Marias fet Spurs to his Horfe, and made for Stares with all the Speed he could, the Highwayman purfuing him with the u;n.cd Boldnefs and Rclolution till withJA 300 Yards of the Town. They write from York, that at the late Atuze* there three Perfons were capitally convicled. oneordet'd to be burnt in-the. Hand, one Transported and fix whipt. fit e were acquitted, two of whom, viz. Charles Hay and 'Squire flog war tried for commminj a Rape on the Body of one Love Aaron, and five were dticbarg'd, no Perfon appearihg againtl tbem. The fame Letters add. that a ridiculous Mob having got to. gcther on the Entry of Mr. Juftke Fortefcue into that City, and keeping a continual Shouting round hb Coach, of the Gcntlemens Names that are Candidates at the next Eieciisn, in Oppofition, as u fijppos'd, to the Court Party, hb Horks were frighted, and hb Lonlfhip proceeded not without tome Dinger, which he afterward took Notice of frctn the Bench, obferving, ihat as he came Only to fmetite King and Ccsuntn, and had no Concern in Elections, fuch a Behavkur in the People was a very improper Outrage 00 him, anil ought to be difcountenane'd by ail Gentlemen. An Advcrtifcmcnt having been inferred in thb and (creral other Papers, purporting that the Inhabitants of the City and Liberty of Weilminfler were deuYd to meet at the Sun Tavern in King-flreet, Weftminfter, on Thurtoy the iSih Intrant, to cormder of proper Reprcfaatathrcs for the laid City and l.i berty in the enluing Parliament; in cocdeqaence of the UiJ Advcrtifement tlicre was a very numerous Meeting of Patera of Diftinclion, Clergy, Burgctfb, and other principal Inhabitants of the faid City and Liberty, who. voted William Ccwpcr, E% into the Chair ; and the Right Hon. the Lord Charfe Cavendiih having declin'd iVanding, in a baodjbme Speech : thahk'd them for the Honour they had done htm ; whereupon the Thanks of the Affembly were given to B5~Lerdfhip arnJ Mr. Clayton, for their Services in thb present Parliament to the faid City and Liberty. The Right Hon the Lord Tyr-conncl moved, that the Right Hen Sir Charles Wager, and the Hon. William Clayton, Etq, (hould be put in Nomination for Candidates to ferve in the enluing Parbaracnt for the faid City and Liberty, which Morion was feconded by John Cro6, Efq; and was agreed to with the utmofi Uranimity and Chccr-fulnefs. And the Rev. Dr. Friend alio ia a vc*y harxlibme manner exprefs'd the Thanks of the Clergy and Church of WcflminuVr to the Hon. Mr. Clayton, for his many Services to their i5ody in particular. Then a Motion was made, that thb AfTcmb'y fhould fupport the faid Candidates with their Votes and In^ml, it was likewiie unanimoufly agreed to. WeareaHur'd, that a Jew Days fiace there arrir*d _in Town the elder Brother of Mynheer Cajinus, the celebrated tsJl Man who lately appcar'd at the Theatre in Diury-lane. and ttat be is allow'd by all who have teen him, equal, if 00c fupcrior to hb Brother, and will make hb Appearance next Mooday zt the Theatre at Goodman's fields, is the Entertainment of Britannia. * Tomorrow tnxo Charily Sermsm cctZT Be frieut?i a! its r*a-rijb CLurcb of St. Bartholsmcn: mar the Rejal Exilaxat ; tbaS ia the Marring by the Rsbt Rev. father Gsd Rttiirt J^srJ Bijbob of NorTtiib, and that in the AfterKOSt by the Rn: Or. Stclfltag, Preacher to the Hs9..$g(Uty tf.Qr.a�t-ha i far thr Bereft of 50 poor Boji and JO Girh bekaigig It BrsaJfiretl-Ward. The fame Dat there wll be tita Charity Sergism freatlfd at tie Parijb Church of St. Siuitftmby LaJutx-$temr. fr the Benefit of the Charity Children of St. Gtsrgfthe hlirtyr in Snalix-ori ; That in the Manung by the Right Rc-v. Father in.GtJ, Richard Lard Bijhaf of Litchfield and Coventry ; afd that in the sffttrmem by the Rero. Mr. Wheatland, Ledarer sf St. Sfffhtm Ctlemaa-Street.  Hirh Water at London-Bridge thu Day, at Minutes after 0 in the Morning ; and 26 after 7 at Night VuteiUay Bank Stock was 132 1 hail, a 3 4rtii- lodia �3^> >3S 3 4ths. South-Sea Trading Stock 7;, 74 1 4th. Annuities too 1 half. Ditto New Annuuia 99 1 4th Three per Cent. Annuity 90. Million Bank ic6 1 half Ablaut zi*.S^JBjidjnB...J...X.416.. .*JLG^..'..Rojal Afiuxance 91. Ixndon-Affiirinoe 11 1 half. New Bank CbcuhdOA 4!. 1 os. Prem. South-Sea Bands i6s. Prcrn. India ditto 1L 18s, Prem. Three per Cent, ditto il. it. Englifh Copper il. 15s. Wclfb dato iL ics. Lottery Tickets 3I- icj. London, March 29, T734.   _______ 'THIS Day the Poll for Cbamhrlaw ch's% axd m#tvithi?a*dh% tlv fi>i% Kfibrti *�.(.,V fa /V Gttat Cet^wtiart fimtfakOJiiei, fat. Ik* PtU fitrf thti; Fcr Mr. Jehu Bi/ivnth,  ��      �   �  3J-l6. Fa- Mr. if ilitem vWiwt. �.......� 3 31    _____ To the Worthy Liverymen of the City of London. GtSTltUtV, M// TH da Heart full of Gratitude; I * ira^etni in its Ctviepitnc*.. I ffifem it tnygrtatrjt Hsmtr t� have had the unbyats'd Iniii-natim ejtnj FeUtzv Citiatni, *nd tin tntyGierf. that / fita{t f**ji.e in Life, (Ulan,Jor tk*'tr gnd Service 1 in the expiring Year ; tidtfirt that'fa many ofthtm at the Bye Laivt did not difqualift, iveuld ftand Candiilatet at tie nerxEle:TtM, appointed 
                            

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