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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 2, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Adverrifer. fW. jyi. TUESDAY. Anil i, 1734- 'ay afriv*d a Mail from France. Romy March 20. - HE Expeelatico of feeing Don Carlos j kit is at end, the Pcpe bring nnable td relax terrain Siff Poir** in the Affair of the Ceremonial, and th; Piince un-willing nT"lower his Pretention to the Honours fce thought his doe. Several Cardinals, and otheFTV n�asof Diftin&i-on, were to wait cpor. htm at Monrc-Rotundo, and were highly carefs'd acd treated by his Royal Higbncfi.    A art* SWT goes about, as if Cardinal Aquariva fancying that vwcm'd Tonuthiug particular in the Complimcms Don ^wnade him, my obligingly offer'd hb Service to be "TS''|iiM�er H> his Hrghneb; but the Serene Infant, it .S[ erecos'd himfclf, having more need at this time of a jSl tktn a Churchman to conduct his Enterprizes. That SJii now remov'd to Nania, a Place fitoate on the very SSersof Naples, fro01 whence be has tent out a Manifefto, SaAfl the Neapolitans of aU the extraordinary Taxes, ZiTgeeppcrar has imposVl on them hnce his poflcrTing ?XjMdo�i. Hb Highness pupates to wait at Nania for AfltSsop ' *n ***** to au^e "n Irruption in-?feriK The Duke dc liiia has taken a Trip to this City, IA Complintents to bis ConGn the Chevalier de St. SjT; he went lifcewife to the Vatican to kifs the Pope's Jfuffli then departed to rejoin his Army, environ'd with the j^gtf ha Holinefs's belt Benedidlon. They write from " Qnnp, that the General Count de Montimer find-r Doainurjon of bis Troops by Desertion, has pub-liu C^4iawBce offering a Reward of two Doubloons to ^&iStrtk*(fl��Ilreturn to hb Doty wiUim a certain fpace leii, Ajrilj. They write from Oran, that the Spaniards bvrbd a SkirroHb wrthtbe Moors of the'Nagbbourhood of Attftce, and not only gain'd a compleat Viftary, but took jf^ Uartb 31.  Wind W.   Remain his Majefly's Shrps, �j �8 the oaward bound. " L O  N  DO N. lottos rrom Jamaica advise, that the Francis Sloop, Capt. foe;, his been "taken on the Coaft of Hifraaniaia by * FsAach HeofWa:, for ufing a conrHband Trade. Yetawy ibeHoufeof CommonswaitedIon hitMajefiy with l&pfel Address, on Oceafion of rneMefiEkge which be tent to at Hbafc on Tburiaay latt. (w CJurkon is appointed Adjutant of Col. Kane's Regi-p�cf Foot at Minorca. Ydxnay the Lords Cbmmtffionen of the Admiralty were pfas'dmpathis Majefty's Ship the Grafton mtoCornmiffion, tdngxt the Command thereof to Capt. D'Anvers. -Ycfcrdry the Sheriffs of this City were pkas'd to declare M*.Bof*orth elected Chamberlain by a Majority of 7 ; and a S^r being demanded, was granted, to begin the 41b of Sfayacxt. TteScrabneers for Mr. Borworth art, Meflrs, Hall, Hcn-tw, Oampion, Hall and Lord; tor Mr. Serwin, Meflrs. SqwtJEtodd, Godfrey. Adbun, WUkins and Bifhop. �  HaGnce the Duke of Qoeenfbary and Dover is gone down I C Eaabun>h, in order to make IntcreH againft the enfuing Ekfikn of Pern of that Kingdom to (ewe in next Parliament. TleaUtrfia of Clydflskv only Son of his Grace the Duke rfflBttto and Brandon, is arriv'd in Town, in order to be laOM Wennunfler School. UkN^ht the Lady of the Right Hon. the Lord Lynn lay njpmfly 21 of the Small. Pox at his Lordflup's HouTe in -ftWwtt, Sr. James's. |^iriXl$Hl^iD^tng\ .ifee Lady Mary Grahame, a SSn to tbe Lite Earl of Unlubgow, and Wife to Mr. Gra-kaJofAini, Advocate, a Lady of great Virtue, unircHally Arfiyat a Meeting of the Right Honourable the Gover-jan'tf ikOaner-xwufe, the vacant Living of Little HaUing-hjt in tic County of Eifex was given to ue Rev. Mr. John wrSsj, Batchclor of Laws.       - Tky �rkt iitoin BrifloL that they have for fome time pad WBthtre for volunuer ^mm1 to tav* on board his Ma-nYifketnaw �iung ' &ncl b,oke ^ Kctk- k "Way No. 4^069 was drawn a Prize of 50a L and '9>7�Hd2i34a looL each. On Saruklay lift wa1! celebrxttd the Annual Feaft of the Attteht and Honourable Society of free and Accepted Maton* A great Number of the Nobility and Gentry, in their Coaches, waited on the Right Hon. the Earl of Crawford, Grand-MaKn elect, froth his Houfe in Nlarlborough-rtrce^^boot Oneo'Clock. with Kettle-Drums, Trumpets and French Horns playing Ivforcthern. to Mercers-Hail in Cheapfide, where an elegant Entemininent was provided for the Fraternity, and every thing conducted with the grcatcft Decency, UtUnimity and Order. The Grand Mailer has been pleas'd to appoint Sir Cecil Wray, Bart, to be his Deputy Grand Mafter, J. Ward, Efu,; ami Sir Edward Manfell, Bart, his Graid Wardens, and Mr. John Rcvi�, Secretary for the Year enfuing. We hear that a Trial of Skill will be performed Tomorrow, at Mr. Sibblis's Great Room in Oxford-Road, between Mr. Jofeph Johnfon from Stapfcton in Yorkshire, and Mr. Francis Shetiock from Dublin, who is to be leconded by hh Father Mr. James Sherlock, great Bets being depending thereon : each Matter to, find his own Swords._______ High Water at London-Bridge this bay, at 14 Murutcs after 1 o in the Morning, and 49 after to at Night. Yetlcrrlay Bank Stock was 152. India 13$ v 4th. Soutb-Sea Stock 73 1 4th. Trading Annuities 100. Ditto New Annuities 98 7 Sths. Three per Cent. Annuity $9. Million Bank 106 1 half. African 23. York-Buildings 3 t 41b. Royal AtTurance 90. London-AITurance it 1 hair. New Bank Circulation 5I. Prcm. South-Sea Bonds 3s. Prero. India ditto 18s; Prem.   Three per Cent, ditto Par.  Englifh Cop- per 11. 1WcKh ditto il. ios. Lottery Tickets 3I. iss. 6d of the 734-City of To die Worthy Liverymen London. Gentlemen, . THE Sheriffs having this Day declar*d the *� Numhrt m tbt Ptll fir tht Ofeevf Cbttmb*rUiit, and a Scrutiny baviwg bet* dtmttudti and grotttJ, I tab this tar/ifjl (jffartumtf of m*rwi*g wtj mefi btartj Thanh ttmyhiimdi **J Fe/Iaw-Citizfv, fir that large Apftarante tbty maJt\im tmy Btkejfi an Jfttarawct fi mutb tit mere fathfaSmj tt m*,.i* tSaTOentTeaen, ivtclfy utattacPJ, and fir tbt mfl parj^ekJWr Ucited, bavt Jo uriiudtj contributed tt it. And altbd f am hnt toofenfibie of btrw littleCanfejntnce mf.Cibtitf ttthjtOjftce %vtm�d bt to this great Citt, yet am I dtfireuitbat JuJH(tmay latefiaee j and therefore bwr&h bajy. and dmbt me eh* Cameimmmn tfx^giodOffbcet, inafpfting me in tbU^crnthtfttdtteaaUfalJi Pelleh, yeur kind Intentions isAil beytinderd effeSnat, tt Your moil oblig'd, and Obedient humble Servant, W. SELWI N.il March 1734. ----------    IjCTKk*, Mww i. JfT a General Meriirg rf tlr Prctrietcn ., ^    Ecjl        Ct*tfa* f'n Dot, ett tbe'Siiv* i4 VtmNIl, (in .-ffB^famof    Nfti.f g:vtn fir tltit r*/th/'.-- *.-\t frrctd;�� Pay* '* trtft&itti Pofrti} * Ctt'titlrt no. i nffttQtnt" ft rrfnrafhsnif tt t'e iicntlemtn in. eit^-.-'i-^f Direflit*, fir their goodStrviits it fiv t.xfirin( 1'rjr ; /rr.Cakb Cotriworth.    ..... John Drummood. Ejf* Mr. John Ecdeficn, Samuel Feake, S^i John Gould, fin. Ejp, WUliam Goflelin, EJj: Si* John Ixxk, A'w.       " BaUs-jT l.vc'l. Ejp Matthew Martin. Eff% Mr. WiHiawT Rons John Savage, E.'p [ JctlaTWdrwXMth. E/fr Mr. Jofias Wordfwofih, km. 7e\e Rigbt //�. Sir Wdliiai Biltcrs, Kv;LordMaytr, Mr. Pctet Godfreyr; Mr. John Emmeriors Mr. Charles Boehnu 0*f. Robert Hudton, . ^_____ N. B. fbe finer Up art mi it tfyrfrr^m Ditemm.     an Cujlom-Roufey London^ 29 For S A LE, By Order of the Honourable Commiflioners of His Majefty's Cuftoms, QN Friday the 5/6 of April* at'three o'Clock in ^ the Aftermon, txitl be expos d it Solely Tnti e/Candlet in the Long-Room at the CuftemHcafe, London,a-ParttlffBrandy, Ram, Geneva, Spruce-Bier, and Tobacco, (dear tf alt Dmiut-J Which are to be /ten at tbt Kings Warebenfe, an Wednefdaje&e id, Tburfday the e^h of April, fiem % tt I* in tie Forenoon, and from till 5 m theAftermm, and oa Friday Morning before the Sale.      Catalogues tt be bad at the Kings Wartbomje. To of London, April 2,' 1734. the Eaft-India-Stock. the Proprietors Gentlemen, Company being appointed for Tomorrow the $d Infiant, it very much behaves every one of ye* tt take particular Care  Ivrvimg fervJj^teartfieer^a^, art thereby difiutttjjy J fir the next Elefhtn. _      / _, THE Proprietors of Jtaft-India-Stock art> MM *�   tt take Kefice, that the Uft emreed tt at the Crmvn 4*vtr% etudmnv fmb!yi>J. yeas frefa^dhyaCtmmitre*mminMtd^U dr. private Meeting^ their tzia ehtfist Friends tr Drfemdasttt, egul" may be thetefJe mlmtftfaidtt hayt th8td them/tivei\     mm lfs- -^tffith/erwe, that a Majtritf tf that Committee art.' __VDirtihti. trGavtrwstf the South Sem-Ccmpanf, ^fuenth emght to have mere at Heart the Lntereft if' teujjt ttm great Bodies, thorn that efitbe Eaft India- Company, kwich'tii btfd veillfat them apt* tbehGuardand incline them to fippert th* Prtpriettrttsjt, agreed to or a General Meeting at tbeSnam Tfmmrn in CamhiB, the 1 jre> tnftaut, (in etn/ejueute tf Nteict given 
                            

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