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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 3, 1834, London, Middlesex The Daily Advcrrifer. WEDNESDAY. April i, 1734. Karri. ppf. Tejlerdaj arrived a Mad from Pranu. Parts, April 10. |HE Army under the Command of the Duke of Berwick on the Rhine, including the neccfiary Guards of the Paflb an tint Rim, coofiflsof 157093 -effc&iv* Men. We hear from Vienna. : Emperor has &c*d his Eye on GeneraixWalu's to command in the Maatuan^iiiCaie General Merci does I not Toon recovesobe Shock he (afford by halate Fits of iheApopIexy.Three ItrM ShiMyhave been freighted at St. Mato^wd ordeVd round lolWark, but whether bound afterwardswe �Bwrnot. DM*, March 26. Saturday fell about two o* Clock in the Afternoon, the Prince Frederick Packet-boat ins drives^fram be? AMbon at the lower end of the Piles, beJbre any arid cove to her to receive the Mail, the Wind browing uS WbrS p)*X-frill. Wind S. W. 07 W. His MajeEyV Shim, andt^ the outwani-bQund,remain. Arriv'd, . ,Locke, fion Dublin. L O N D O N. �_ The following Perfims are appointed to preach the beat-sermons this Day; Or. Pearce, before the lying. Dr. Day. at Whitehall-Chapel. ; Mr. Woodford, at St. Katherine Cxee-Chinch, Mr,Haywjpod, at St Anne Aldcxfeate. Mr. Kayner, at St Dunftan in the Weft. Mr. Abbot, at St Paul Corent Garden. Mr. Goodwin, at St Saviour**, Soothwark. Dr. Middlcton, at St. Katharine by the Tower: The Bifliop of Norwich, at CIcrkcnwelL ' " We an well afi'ur'd that no time is y a fix'd for the Departure of hi] Highncfi the Prince of Orange with bbCordbrt, fo extraordinary a joy having ihewn itfelt in Holland, on ootafioo id 4bMarriage with the Princcfs Royal, that it is not thought proper for then Highneffes to pais through that Province, till - ikJrfeu oHhe HoUarjders Ejracy has a little fabfided. Thty write from Gibralter, that the Spaniards are opening in the Fortthey have built at the End of their Wall 24 Em-Wazorei to foour the Bay, and 10 to point to the Lanoport The Fort is about 1 aoo Yards from the Lanport: So that if there mould be a War, k is lea/d that the Ships wiB lie tbm with very little Saicty. Wt hear that George Woodward, Rfii; his Majefty** Envoy pxtrtoidiBary to the Kingdom and Rcpubuck of Poland, b - orderM |o return home. It comes confirm'd by the way of Dover, that several large Oooney of Lekrfler, hath declin'd fiandine at the next Election. . Yeterday the ddefl Son of the Right Hon. the Lord Cado-gan lay dangeroofly iD of the Small pox. Lad Saturday as the Lady of Capt Brightnun, of the fecond Troop of Horie Grenadier Gmrds, waj walking in her Garden near HomuW-Hcath, her Foot dipt and the fell backwards, and fxaSurM her Ska! in fuch a manner that the died on the (pat. Yefterday No. 900Z was drawn a Prite of aoooL and No. �*3� 77. 105586, 110602, and 60S5 4, 1001 each. Oft Monday lad the Cattle between the Rev. Dr..Bentley,, Mailer of Triniry College in Cambridge, and fcveral of the Fellows of the laid CotW came on[before the Right Rev. the Lard BHhop of Ely. at ElyHoufc in Holborn, affilled by the Worfciptnl Dr. Aadley and Dr.Cottcrel; when certain Depofiuous being ofia'd to be read, it was mov'd by Dr. Andrew* nd Mr.Grezvcs, the rin^q fer Dr. Bentley. that they Jboold be __hown*d m to have been Contriboton toward* carrying on the Smr>a*ad bad rcfin'd to anfwer to fonw Interrogatories ptopos'd to tbeni> But these Ookaktnj being anfwer'd by Dr. Strahan and Mr. Wron. Council for the Complainants, the Court were Opinion, that they were not sufficient to Tup-prc6 the laid Dtpofitians: After "which the Council for toe Cbmpfaimnzs cfcen'd the Caufe, and were anfwer'd by the Mailer's Couacil. YeffarayMornmg they began to read the Dcpofiftam on both fides, which it is tuppas'd will not be cnith*d| in leas than cwo Days. B A N K R U P\T (Antony de Uheger, of the ParifliofSt. Marti* in the F*e!ds |n the Cbonry of MUHttoc, Merchant. aw Stringfellow, late of London, Merchant; " t and Wilhara Warden, hue of Southwa: ' Sony, Ghtfe-nuker*. Chapmen and Partners. the Tedcday Bank Stock was 131 1 half. India 134 t half Sooth-Sea Trading Stock 73. Amnitici 99 j 4ths. Ditto New AimuSrics 98 1 half. Three pel Coot Annuity 88. MSlioB Bank 106 1 half. African 23. York-Bitiidings J 141k Royal AHiirance 91. London-Affuranoe 11 i ball. New Bank Cu^aaladon 5I Prcm. South Sea Bonds is. Difc. India dico 10s. Prcm, Three per Cent, ditto Par. Eng-Mfh Cbppcr iL 15a. WcUk daott iL 10a. JLonery Tickets 3L 15s. High Water at London-Bridge this Day. at ao Minuta* fhn 1 i in toe Morning i and 49 after tt at Night ' London, March t^, i?}}. jfT'a General Muting vf tlx Proprietors of tbt Cornhill, (imwtfymtmt �/Nttktpit* "fir that nd[titfi* nt*t to refmrm fhnmit tt tii Gtnthmtn in tit frtfint Dm^Bmn^jSrlinW gooJ Strviett U tit ft/trim Ytnr \ It Jtjtrt lift fi nttmf tftim tbt new KIttiitn, ttMmnhitmtU id tf April'-ntofj.tttti'jtfr their Inttrtjl with tit Prtfriittrtt* frtmttt tit/Uiewing tijf tf tit Gniltmai tttn igrttd nftn, tt it fat in Nminntm Jir J?4� .\ rfdart fir the Year tnfkinr% vitt. * Abraham Adami, Em I Sir John Lock, Knt, Doddtng Bradyll, E/ji ' ~ ' - - -Mr, MiTa Batne, ______ ~ C*fl. Richard Boulton. Sir FrandsChildrl^.��rV85f. John Cooke, Efn Dr. Caleb Cotelworth, John Drummond, EJfi Mr. John EccteRon, timuel Feake, EAt WilhamGoifelin,^i Caft. Robert Hudfon, Baltaar Lytll, E/jt Matthew Martin, JSJ|� ^ Afr. William Rous* John Savage, �*t ! Jpfiai Wordiworth, Ej9i Mr. Jofiat WprdfwonlJ.ifc The Right He*. Sir Wifljatt Billet*, Knt.UdMaytr. Mr. Peter Godfrtv, t . Mr, JqH EmrntrMtii, A/r.CftarlaBoebm. yieh^virg fmldfin ftar$/mcttjm^ mrt tturthdiOuaWd ftr tbt Htxt Eltffitn. 1 si Apr J tt it fittest. 'T'HE Gentlemen* Grrgyt and Freeholders of the Cmmfj if P 11 1 1 r. that arr m the Inttreft of Sk ROBERT ABDY, Han. t A � O T HC MAS B RAMSTQN, Efin J/e dejird tm mutt mt tit Sun Ta'Jtrn in Htiitrn, en Friday the iytb ligtuet, mt 6 * Clack in the ��r*Hg. Ibis is to give Noticet, that 'T'HE Governor of the Corporation of the Royal Amdemtj ef MmJLk, hmtb mfftimted a GemeraJ Court of the ti -r�V ----- - ... , 1 . J*** j&etdtmtj t3 he Lid Tsmsrrtrju tbt Ajb tf April, at 11 V M� of War of the Breft Squadron are now in DuakukRoad: | CUk i� tit M**U�. mt Mr. HaJr^er^R^ in tit Hay A�ta�eat many Troops are amv'd at Calais, and more daily 1 r,*rbt, ^*v� tb, JiZal S^kriien tt the fa,d Axadcm, an Opected. in order to embark; and that great Preparations ate ��---�- y J -asihiag along tbo CoaO fat that purpoic. Yefterday their RoyaJ Highfieiles the Princeis Royal, the Duke, Princtu Louui and Princds Mary, aucndedhy fcveral oftitt Nobility-went to^^ fct tie Mtcrocoftn, or the World 10 Miaiatare, lately hmih'd by Mr. Henry Bridges of Waltham- Abby in Eflcx, and were fchjghh/ drlighjted with the Perfomiancev that they^avcMr. BrklgnaTOyhandfome Prefent as an Encouragement for his *�wuty. rThar Majeilies are expeftrd there this Day. Nj^ht died in Dover-Street, alter two Days Hindi, the Hob. the Counlefs of Thomond, Wi(e to the Right Hon. the Earl of Thumond in Ireland, and Vilcounc Tad-O&tti Britift Honour; Her Ladyfhip was cldcft Daoshoa of I - Grace |he_Dukfi .of. Somerfet. Next Week Col. Douglas, Governor of Fort St. Philip m uelQsnd of Minorca, will embark with fcveral other Omcco atPardmouth, in order to repair to their rctpe&ive PofU. His Majefty has been pleas'd to grant to lohn Bandreth, D.D. the Deanry of the Metropolian Chord of "Ardnagh �the Kjngdorn of Ireland,- tow fcy the Rcngratian of Dr. "fid, late Dean thereat. Lift Monday the Rev. Mr. Brook, M. A. was prefcnted by Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor w the Rectory of Aibney ta Northamptonfhire. Laft Week died of the Gout the Rev. Mr. D" A rev Dtakon, M. A. Rector of m dM County of York, and Preben-of Sj. Pejer's there 1 related to the very antienr and nabk **�Uy of Holdcmefle. and Brother to Sir Charles Dakon, ^"TOcnun-Uflieir of the Black Rod. Oa Monday Morning died at her Houfeat Barnes in Surry.' �e Uiy Newton, RtWl of Sir Henry Newton, of Whaddou tt Qunbridglhirr. 1:5?^ rBroadef *nd Sa,Duel shT>bard, Efqs. the prefer! **�JMs of the Sbire for the County of Cambrate^ WU be re next Election wuhout Oppoiition. rt i 1 , WUUs*> ^**ws. Btoiha to hi* Grace the D Jar KuUand, one of the prcfcnt knight at the Shue fcj cie To the Gentlemen, Clergy and Freeholders, _of the County of Bucks. _^ _ JI7 HE RE AS a falfr Report has been in- djJfit*fy fffi+df-lkit I intend udiilinefianitng forth* Cmntpef BneL i I tcialMjmeJxrj to male thh f#ik(kDtfia-rmtisM, That / mm refilvd tj tjjftr my Set wee at tie enjutng EieSjm, titreftrt emit thu Opfertmitf it teg tbt feetmr oj your Vtiet mmd litrejl, *u4>ith I jbali fludy to dejerve iy my fieady AJbertmt to til Mmjejty, the Lain, Libtrtiett tutd Ct�J)itutijn tf my Cmmttj. / mm, Gtmtlempt, Yumi tbbged bmmkle Servant, W. SrAKiior*. Englilh-Copper-Hoofr, March 8, 1733. "T'HE Court of AffijlatUs of the Governor and *� Ctmpany tf C*jft^ bit meet tm Eniland five Notice, that a GtMralGmit if tit faid Ctmpamji lull he held at their Heuj't in B^h-lome, taediM, en Thwjday tbt qtb tf April next, fram |Q in tit Ferevxm till i fr, mt Monday lit Z^tb Jnfl. IT- rrHE Proprietors of Eajl-India-Stock are Sefifd to take Notice, that tit Lift agreed t* at lb* Ctvtum finvnv,. wiu pnilipSA, wot prtpardty a Cuiipiitttt ntntinatid at tt privaitMetting of their �twj ihojtiiitriendt or Dtptndantit and may it there/ate alateftfaid to have Elefftd thtmfehet 1 * Tin mayaTfiJifyfiy*, t�at a Major Iff if that CtmmJt(tt tgf^ titbtr Bank Dirtihki, orGovernon of lit South-Sta'Cttnfanf, cenfequtntly ought tt havt mart at Heart tbt Infer eft tf thofi tmm great BoJiei, than timtif^Eafi-Mim'Ompmmyf yMci'th iop'd will put them upon /hirGm4rd,a/id intllit litmt tifippm tbt PropriettriLiJ^.agrnl Tavern in Cornhill, tbt rC/*^H^*^�n rt^ww^ JVW�# given for that end tbefixnextpTtteding Duyj in fbttmil^k fa ~ptri) with no ether View than toj^ejervttbtu^Prtptriittt tni te fremiti tbt true Inttreft of'tie Eaft-IudiaCempam, ' N. B. Moft of the Gentlemen who made whatxiMu t*j| Yelr calfd the Houfe Lift, are of the Crown Coauni the Committee at the Swah was for thenyft-pttit _ among the Gentlemen who proDtB'd^he^Propiittors Lift at the lad EWlion, to which the Stock-holders then thought nt to give' the Preference. ' -^-,--,-'......� ....... '� �-- 1 �' Londtii, April i,'"""1734. To the Proprietors ..of the Eaft-India-Stock. ---------G-tH-v-tr-em-t-w;--------- -~ "T'HE EUSlion for DireBersof the Eajl-Ind'ta- * Cemtany being apptinttd for ^omorrinft tbt }d fnft^nt^ if vtry tnuco bthmes every mt of yen it take tarti/ular �art A$bw ht volet far, Jbtd A> it it tbt Opinion 0} atrtat many of tbt Pmprietort, that neither the Ptoprieiert � Ctevin LifliJmld etl^r~'^ihtm~itiniire^vittifer, the' it it llfughl iy thtdif- : Mit$*J Pr*&3^^Lbat~tb�.V muwifeteft ; and iy leaving tut tf it fitch.Gentlemen at voted for the Exeije Scbtmtj-tr inert' an^vufyt known Prempttrt ofii, and in their room te taht ft megf *H~i>f tbe'Crtnxri liift at V.HI 1 make the Number tmpkat, owthink ti/ill he meet If the Advat tage of tbt Cempauf. -~ ? f � Your humble Setyanti, Several Proprietors. The foUfwing it a Lift wherein there it no kn SirWMlcn,KtLerdMajer ' Ch
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