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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 4, 1834, London, Middlesex The Daily Advertifer. -- . - � Numb. �5>i. THUk S D A Y, A phi l 4. 1734- Xtflcrdaj arrived a Matt from Holland. Amfterd(imt April 9. HEY write from the Camp before Dantzick, that the Ruffians have pcf-fclTcd themfches of all the Forts in the Neighbourhood of that Place, but have ftill two Intrcnchmcnts to break thro' before they can advance to the Works of the Town ; one of which Intrench-ments is commanded by Count Po- __niatowiki, the other by Prince Czar- wiriki, and coniilts together of near 8000 pick'd Men. The Vknoy of Naples is forming a Camp with all Expedition on de fntukn of that Kingdom, in order to rife every Thing tatbe Fate of a Battle. A Party of Germans have made an juries into the Ecclcfiattical Territories, and carry'd of a yZQaantity of Corn and Wine, deftgn'd for the Ule of the S^nTAnny. The Marfhal de Berwick 4s arriv'd upon the HjaeTiri Order lo open the Campam. Prince Eugene is ggmfcon the Point of going tliithcr. The French and ImfrJHT are marching to the Banks of the OgHo, ready to oKrtheMamuan. King Auguftos propofes to make but a fjatStayat Drefden, and then repair to Dantzick. Dial, April x. In the Down.*, Edinburgh, Dreadnought,* fafatod, York, Swallow, Hampton-Court, Orford, Buck-jghBftj Diamond and Antelope, the two laft of which came gfcsladayAfternoon; KjngWilliam, Saunders, for Eaft--fcfi* J Kkthington, Pitt, for Port-Mahon ; John and Mary, for Virginia ; Charles, Brown, for Genoa ; Hamp-fcire, Smith, the George, Moon, and the Salifbury, Smith, 0r Ltfbon ; Etrington, Thompfon, for Gibraltar ; Two jittben, Hopton, for ditto ; Nancy, Paramore, tor Madeira; Strttham>..Huddy, for Falmouth. There is four Sail of Men tfWar off the North-Foreland, coming for the Downs, one J whom has a Flag on the Main-To'p-Maft-Head, but for l Harcourt, Neice to the Lady XlsBinttf* Harcourt, and Thomas Pennington, Efqr eMeit �n^if Sir Jofeph Pennington, Bart, lav dSIgeroully ill of W Smallpox. Yefterday the High Sheriff, Lord Lieutenant. Grand Jury, and other Gentlemen of the County of Surry, met at the Town Hall in Southwark, and went in a body in their Coaches to St. James's with the following moil dutiful and loyal Addrefs of Congratulation to bis Majerty on the late Marriage of the Prin-cefs Royal with his moft Serene Highnefs the Prince of Orange his Majerty receiv'd them my gracioufly, they had the Honour to kifs his Hand, and he was pleas'd to confer the Honour of Knighthood oh Maltis Ryall, Efq; High ShcritT of the Cud County. To the KING's Mod Excellent Majcfly. The humble and unanimous Addrefs of the High Sheriff. Lord Lieutcmnt, Grand Jury, Juftices of the Peace, and other Gentlemen of the County of Surry, met at the General Affixes held at Kingilon upon Thames for the faid Ccmnty on the 21ft of March, i~33� Moji Gracious Sovereign, WITH the greatcrt Humility, and with Hearts full of Joy, wc congratulate your-M;.}iily on the Alliance now perfected with the iilullrious Houfe of Orange. Your Majerty has, by giving the Princcfs Royal in Marriage to the worthy Heir of the ever Glorious King Wi!liarnp not only paid the higheft Honours to that Famjly, but in (bine Degree recompenfed the Paternal Care he cxprcfled for thcte Kingdoms, in fettling the Succeflion in your Royal Houfe. We cannot fufficiently extol your Majcrty*s Wifdom and Goodnefs, in carrying on the.fame extenfive and generous Defigns of flrehgthcning the Proteilant Interell in Europe, and providing for our future as well as prefent Happincfs. With the utmott Pleafure we obierve, that your Subjects are fo fenfible of the Bleilings they now enjoy, and whith were derived to us from that happy Settlement of the Crown by your Hcroick Predeceflbr, that their only Contention i$, who (ball firft and bed exprefs their Affections to your Majefly, join'd with the moft grateful Remembrance of their original Benefactor. May your Majclly be fo happy, as to match the remaining Branches of your Royal Family with equal Satisfaction, both to your felf and "this Nation. May all Endeavours to fow Jcaloufics between your Majcfly and your People prove abortive. . May wc be long happy under the Blcffings of your Reign, wherein we are protected both in pur Civil and Religious Liberties. I And may your Majcfly and your Royal Contort livelo&e t� I more numerous Progeny of Princes, who like their Glorious Ancertors may be the Ornament* ai well as Defenders of the Proteilant Religion^ the Scourges of Tyrants, and the Aficncn of' the Rights and Liberties of Mankind. They were then introdue'd to the Queen, to whom they lilcewife made their Congratulations, were moft gracioufly receiv'd, and had the Honour to kifs her Majcfly"s Hand. After which they were introdue'd; to the Princcfs. Royal, and paid their Compliments on the fame happy Occafiun, and bad the Honour to kifs her Hand. And then they waited on his Serene Highnefs the Prince 0/ Qrange, who was pleas'd to receive them in the moll obliging manner. ' � The great Caufe between' the Lord Mayor, Sec, of the City of Lorain and the Chcefemongers Company, which was to have been try'd at the Bar of the lioute of Lords, u put off to next Seffjons. The Parliament does not break up till Farter-Week. The Royal Family will remove to Richmond the fame Week. On Monday lad at the Races at Newmarket, Lord Lonf dale's Grey Colt beat Mr. Cotton4* Bay Colt, 8 Stoae to lb. 4 Miles, for 300 Guineas. On Tuefday Lord Gower won the Wallifea Stakes of 600 Guineas, 9 Stone, 4 Miles. Feur llarted : Lord Gowei's Bay Mare came in full; Duke of Devonshire's Black 1^'gs, fecond, Duke of Bridgwater's, third i and Lord LonfUale's, Lift. Yetterday the Lord* of the Admiralty put his Majeity's Ship the Tartar into Commiflion, and gave the Command ol her ro Capt. Norris, Son of Sir John Norris. ~^ The Election of Directors of the Eart India Company will be declar'd this Evening. "" Ycflerday the Numbers9623,19197, 44580, 53146, and 54019, were drawn Prizes of 1001. each. We are credibly inform'd that the Prince of Orange wOl be this Evening at tlie Theatre Royal in Drury lane, to fee Comedy call'd Love for Lov a, for the Benefit of Mrs. Butler. We hear that his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales, will honour Mr. Mills with his Prefence at die fecond Part of the Hiilory of King Henry IV. which b to be afttd for hi* Benefit onThur|day the 18th Day of April, and haj comiaauicd the CereniOiiy of the Coronation of Queen Anne Bullen to be periprm,ed char Night, for the"EWertatri'nYinr^ ortiir'Strtne Highnefs thePxince of Orange, who accoaipaiueL Lis Royal Highnefs to the Play. High Water at Londan-BriJge thia Day, at 14 Musjutfa after 12 at Noon. Ycflerday Bank Stock was iti 5 jathsga 2. India 134 % aths. Sottth:Sca Tr^ii^^rock jx 1 3th. a i 4^ Anna-, it��8''"ic>c�'^''',4Ubr m 3 81ns. Ditto New Annuities 09 1 8th, Three per Cent. Annuity S3. Million Bank to6 1 half. African 23. York-Buildings 3 t 4th. Royal Ailurance 91. London-Ailuramx 11 1 half. New Bank CircuUti*iv 5I. Prem. South-Sea Bonds ts. Prem, India djtto 19$. Prcm. Three per Cent, ditto 4*. Prtmi-Fmgttir^^topper +L-rj*. WcUh ditto 11.1 os. Lottery Tickets 31. 16*. _:-' >, m HHRE CcnlUmen, Clergy\ arJ Fnetwlderscff tbf C�wjr c/Esitx, that are in the Inter tjl "tf Sir ROBERT ABDY, Bart. a n o THOMAS BRAMSTON, E(q; Are dy'sr'd ta meet at the Sun Taxvnt in Ntlbtrn, TtmsrrnV, th* $A Infant, tit 6 �' C&ri t* tie Evening. 'T'HE Gtntkmen, CUrzy and Freeholders of Jh* Ctunty of Hbrtfoud, thit refiit in or near tte Cities �f London and H'eflminfier, and are in lb* Intirefi ef C H A RLE S C�SAR, Eft, 1 Art deSr'd t* trttt at the Qnem't- Arms Tavern in St. Pant* Ctnret-jard, on fue/day ttt $tb cf ibis Inflant Jftil, at ,6 To the Gentlemen, Clergy and Freeholders, of the County of Bucks. Tlf HE RE AS a frfft Report has hee* in- *7 duftricnf!) firead, that t intend to decline ftandhtg for iSr County of Btub : I tbink it necefary to ntaketbit (mblick Deela-' ration, Tbat J am rtfilv'd to offer Service at the eitfid*g Els3i
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