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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 1, 1834, London, Middlesex                                Adveftiicr. ^amfc. jij MONDAY, Ai>Rrtnr. 1734- arrived a Mad from Holland* Brefiau, March 25. UiE Fsceof Affairs in Poland is much J ahei'd:  the two Princes Liibbtniiilti I are rclii'J. the one into Hungary ami the other into Silcfia. Drr/Jen, March t3.   The King rc-\ tarr.'d hither Ycfterdfly at 7 in the Morning, very unexpectedly ; it feems that hb MajeJiy finding the March of I his Troop; towards Danttick terribly obilcoclrd by bad Ways, thought pro-pa|r>i Tern hither, to baric*! away the neavy Artillery, S ci*      nectfiiry Orders, titer which he will go back tUrtb 24.   Upon Advice that the French are in-teotiene Enterprise on the Rhine, Prince Eugene has *5tfto&tmt th of next Month, to take upon him Sc*a�nd cf the Injpcriall Anny there. IJjjtfcjjf, JtVrfjo. Letters from Danrrjck inform us, A/tto Vek Mar&al Count de Munich publilnd a Manifcilo -thrt�*tb�s2anr� declaring that he will not accept of .any f^^ywMi after the Expiration of 24 Hours. The Ruffians w easi&l a ftft at Nchrung between the City and Fort JfejJ&Kinde epeo the Sea-fhote, by which means all Com-p^tariBS with the So will be cut off, as likewife the Supplies of Prarifion which the City us'd to rcceire from that Quarter. TOT Hodk* in Dacaack have been already fet on Fire by the. ShStasd red ha Shut from the Batteries which the Mufcovitcs Vacas'd in the Suburbs of Scbotbnd, the lame lying on a UJL aad is thought to have a great Command of the Town. K/r*iik R*&*� Cast? before Dantzick, March 27. The j^fottoniiihabaBdaECC of Vigour, we have already be-mthovu^ i*u Bomb* into the Town,, but to no great Effect, �Tattoo* cf the (malt-Cailibar of out Mortars. Our heavy AftBby B arrhM at McmeJ, on the Frontiers of Pruflia. Petit* March 29.   If the Raitiaii Artillery (which wc hope) " stacks** the Camp before Daiuzick till about the end of ptcA, wedonot qarfifpn bet Ring Suniflaus will leave the Uy by that time, without being required, in order to head the fttft Nccsliry, and join the Crown Troops. - Jaferdam, April 6. Several Articles from Poland run in aaoarof Ki=g Suniilaus: Count Pocey's Troops are faid to keocm'tl to 50000, and the General Ifmaillof rctii'd upon. i �om WiMa toward* Livonia : The Crown Knfign is taken Friecr by a DfS2cbj�.rt of the Palatin of Kiovia'* Troops: CstaCeoxr. Grand Mailer of the Kitchen, was purfued by aaoici r'biim Detachment intoSilcfia ; but all this we arc told war r Kfcnitn. Saturday bank block .w��xi3i t hal�> a j .jths. India 136, 135 3 4ths. South-Sea Trading tftock 7$, 74 1 4th* Annuities 100 1 half.' Ditto New Annuities 99 1 4th-Thrce per Cent. Anmriry~90.^'Million .Bank 106 1 half. African 23. York-Buidings,^ \ 4th, a 1 hall. Royal Aflurance 91. London-^uu^ce\i 1 t half. New Bank-Circulation 4I. 1 os. Prem. Soutli India ditto tl. t8s,/Prem. Three F.nglilh Copper ilk 15 s. Wdih Tickets l^jjfi- Bonds 16s. Prem.  Cent, ditto 11. is. 11. 1 os.    Lottery Soutii-Sea-Houle, London, / March 29,A1734. n^HE Court of Direftors of tbe Soa/b-Sea-Com- fain give Notice, that a Utneral Court cf thtJaiJ Covrf^ry iiill he held at their Houfe in 'Threadntedle Jireet,\n IFcdmfdoy the \otb Day of April next, at 11 in the Ferefyeff, to ten-Jider of the Company* 'Trade. London, March ic, 1^33. AT a General Meeting of tbe Proprietory^ tbe Kaft-India-Company this Day, at the Swan Ia&tru in Carnhlll, (in confcmu.net of Notice given far that end the fix next preceding Days in the puhlick PaperiJ a Committee  f the Soutb-Sea-Company, conftquently ought to have mot* at Heart tbe Intcreft of thafe /us great Bo/ies, than that of the Eaft-India-Company, ivhich 'tit hop'J vjiltput tbtm upon tbtirGuard,and incline them to fuppurt the Proprietors Lift, agreed t� at a General Muting at the Sivaa Tavern in Cornhill, the 1 5 rib hft ant, (in etnfiquen.e of Notice given for that end the fix next preceding Days in the Puhlick Papers ) vlith mvther rirw titan to brtferve their Pr4>per4itst and to promote the true Jntereft of the Eaji- India'Ctmpany. N. B. Moll of the Gentlemen who made what was laft Year call*d the Houfe Lift, arc of the Crown Committee, and the Committee at the Swan was for the moll part chofen from among the Gentlemen who propco'd tbe Proprietors Lilt at the lull Election, to which the Stock-holders then tiiought fit to give the Preference. --..... Crown Tavern, March 22, 1733-4. A Great Number of conftderable Proprietors of the Eaft-India Stock being this Day met at this Place, re-ctivd a Report from the Ctmmilhe appointed to firm a till of Pirjons to he put in Nomination for Directors of tbe Eaft � India Company for the tiifuiag Yeart and the Lift being read lias a-minimaufty agreed to kvitboift any tbe leajl Objection. 'The Names of which Perfuns are as fillfU's, Vix Abraham Adams, Efq; Si, W.Billers,Kt Ld.Major, Charles Booue, Efq; Dodding Braddyl, EJji John Look, Efq; Sir f'rancu Child, Kt. Aid. Dr. Caleb Cotefworth, Charles Col borne, Efq; Mr. |ohn Eccldlon, Samuel Feake, Efji Mr John Freams, William GoflWw, Efq\ John Gould, jun. Efq; Capt. Robert Hudion, Mr. Samuel Hyde, Balizcr Lycll. Efpi Edward Loubcr.i, Efq; Matthew Martin, Efji Mr. William Rous, Jones Raymond, Efq; John Salter, Efq; Aid-St. (^inrinThompw". Effi IofiasWordiwuftb,>i. Elqi Jofia*Woidlworthj;a� Efq; --......~/t s---------.------- Aid in :ht Da> jj' EL:tun � appointed fj fan as IVedxefday the yi///v// next, it ii Jrfit'J the Pi a ruturt Villi exert tbtrnfehet in 'u-uiti it' tl. abo-v. mention d Lift. A', n   rio.c uuitv'd with. 9 Sur arc not ioihepttkai Lit', ui Directors, " \ooo w High Water at London-Bridge this D*y. at 10 Miaufci afterq in the Morning. am| 40after cjjy Night, . , .; HERE/IS at a General[Mettixg ef tbi Antitnt and tftmmrabie S*my if free ami Jctrpttd �> a SatmrdJtyltt*'"$t�h-tf Manh.fe-itrml 5*" fix Smen *�rttJ to dtmt tit/*the Righltoii. iir Earlef C.tmvfarJ *l thS***4 I-ed-t at Hafiiirali m Frrdety thr jrA i^tmrnrfi ~m**y Vftht Brethren a i will rntei'hit LsnQfop tcert, tit n f t * rn f raw/itnal Ttiiets at Mr. Be*t!cji. at tbi Kimrt Arms 7iw# in it& Strand, dmd art defied t� take tit Jkme iyU'jJmrjd*} Svtwft n1 order to make m prefer Prwvifitm. BY HIS MAJESTY'S COMMAND. AT the King's Theatre Tn the Hay Market, * * Torv>r�ow, toOenM ai.�e�fitt; wiBrtctaa.-^-,     - AT the Theatre Royal in XJncosnVlnn- rxli*. Tomorrcw, briag tte aJ of Aprtt, will bt oar* fotmM a dcw Opcrj. ptao.fheet 1 t* Whke't CbaDiatt-bMilc hiS3c jan>�V�-Umi-f Md at tat O&kanUt DjOF lolbe EqirauM uti ifcatraga> tfcacOa*. To begin exactly, at half an Hour after Sot.   _ At the Defire of fevcral Perfons of Quality. By tbe Company of Comediansf AT the New Theatre in GoodmanVFiclds, lhi� D��, btina tte HI of april. �iH be pnrited iba TfatfciJ of' J U LI U S   C M S AR.'     _ To wbttb will be added, a or* a�Urtia�na�cat. iaU'4 B R I T A N N I A: The R O Y A L* LO VERS. Tit Landing tf PHnte GERMANfCUS mt nW fkner. His R ic arr 1 oh. Hit faffing thitmgb the dtp. Hb firtl Interview witb BRITAN N^IA*- --------- ihe wbok (oo�ladi�C *kh Tie Solemsizatio!! of the Nuctials im tht Tfrnttl �f ., HYMEN. I.orJ Nike, Mr. HuWtt ; Cape. Bu-lj, Mfohen OjaaM. ten. Bro> thcr r.> liw tamoui tall Man who lauly appear'4 � ike Tncarta m . Urury luia, Cmtaa, Mi*. a.yu#. tdr. SsoppclMr, itt. Karbia, Mr. i-lieII. tie. With Singing *� Mr. Nichols, fnm ike TtldtrtinDrM^tesmi, being jpti firftApptaraxtt ae this Stage. The Houfe wi:l ic *j.>m A with cbe Fortran a of theKoyar Feraily. aod b Hi�huboulc fafl^e. *�4 .^o at Vm teifjrt t\4jfl4idyia, ^"if 1Great Pusza, Oanct-Car^o. - ? *�J ..... The Author's Ticiett       eirf fsr lie %i of AftU If r - *   

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