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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 5, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advertifer. Numb. ^3.   :| FRIDAY, April 5, 1734. rmaAMatrb 2 E Mbrfhal de VUlarTlna^nuKlc an Set tolfcnd hither fomi of the |cu�ir .Security of this City, � Governor rcfus'd tblrexcive them, erlcc that he had no Inftrudti-clafion thereto.1 *Tis certain fy has got pad between d& and Sardinian*, and that refufk nttcriyl to undertake size in Conjunction with the to er prl s with that a J theSL the form Laft Night the fo!lowing>GentIcinen were dcclat'd Directors of the Eart-India-Company for the Year eafuing. viz. 640  John Cook, Efa Matthew Martin, Elf, Abraham Adams, Ejji Baltzcr Lyell, Eff, '&r\V. Bitten, At. LerJMajer, Wordfoorth, fin. E Ux!, EJii 640 638 637 anyEn^     _____ .. ,_ fatter. If wc are not mifinform d,. prance has jfomething do at prefent to keep Matters within decent Bounds; and what Tom things may take hcreaftcV, js a Tain to pretend ,n Fuma, March 17. Every thing! is difpos'd .for opening early the Campain, both on the Rhine and in Italy, and very extraordinary Preparations are made for chat purpofe. The Military Chancery fet out this Day for the Rhine 1 Prince Eugene's Equipages go next Week, and his Highnefs will follow is a few Days, The laft Letter* from Italy confirm, that the Count dc Merci is fo well recoverM from his late lllnefj, that he yill be fit for Butinefs in a very flwjtune. 'Tii aflu-tti that the Doke of Lorrain's Marriage with the.. Arch-dmchefi will take Place this. Year, and perhaps that may be the Reafon why we hear no more of his making a Campaign �ith the Imperial Army on the Rhine, Laffrk, Match 30. 7'he fudden Arrival of King Auguftus at IXefden, fct all his People in a Surprise; but we arc now M&um'i that his Majefty, in the Courfe of his Journey to Po-iilh Pro-a. Ending hirofelf near the Borders of Silefia, and believing that his Pretence in Saxony might be necefiary on many OccaCons, particularly with regard to the earning Affembly of the Stalest)! his Electorate, thought pioper to take Advantage of the Time his Aimy will be on t.icir March to Dantzick, and (6 turn'd eff for Drefdcn, from whence he can IU11 with Eafe^rtto Dantzick before his Troops. Hague, Affile). Our next Advices from Dantzick are ex-pcftolto bring an Account of Sjrhe Ruffians having cut off the j Communication of that City with the Sea ; but we fancy the Arrival of the Mufcovitc Artillery thro' the King of Pruffia*s Dominions will not be fo hally. Wc hear that fbme Difficulties are like to arife in the Province of Neuf-Chatel, belong rag to bis P ruffian Majefty, which will make the Friendfhip tiFnaiflo'neceflary to him, that to break with that Court at this Time, would be the I jfs of his Country. By the Hurry Trance makes cn a fudden to embark Troops for Dam-fecjc, it fhould feem as if the Minillry began to rely lefs on K Diverfion they promis'd themlclves on the Part of tie uikj, and to defpair of the Succours expecled from Sweden j i which Court we learn, the Propo&ls of the Bntifh Mini-fkr are noil attended to. Deal, AfrH-fy- Wind S S.W. In the Downs Remain his Majeily's Ships the Namur, the Right Hon. Sir John Nor-ris. Admiral, Princefc Carolina, Grafton, Nevvcaitle, Edinburgh, the Right Hon. Admiral Steward, Dreadnought, Sunderland; VbrkTSwallbw, Hampton-Court, Qrford, Buckingham, Diamond, and Antelope ; with the King William, San-ders, for Eaft-India ; Kneilington, Pitts, for Port-Mahon; John and Mary, Jobnfon, for Virginia; Peter and Mary, ^tme, for Bolton; Charles, Brown, for Genoa; Hampfhire, Smith, the George, Moon, and Saliibury, Smith, for LiJbon ; Ercidon, Tbompion, and Two Brothers, Hopfon, for Gibraltar; Stretham, Huddy, for Falmouth; Nancy, Paramorc, for Madeira; Success, Watts, and Phoenix, Duu, for Dublin. Since Writing his Majefty's Ships the NewcalUf, Diamond, *ad Antelope arc under fail for die Weftward. Came down, Amerkaj Noble," for N.ew-J�ng-nd; Hopvvcil, Tomfon, for idbon. LONDON. _2*he following Perfons are-appointed (opreach thft- LeM-BVtnoss this Day. '   Dr. Clarke, before the King. Dr. Foulkes, at WhitelialI-Chapel. Dr. Clarke, at St. Katherine Crce-Church. Dr. Hay, at St. Anne Aldcrfgate. Dr. Thomas, at St Duullan in the Weft. Dr. Pcarce, at St. Paul Covcnt Garden. Dr. Barton, at St. Saviour's, Southwark. Bilhop of Chelleri at St. Katherine by the Tower: Dr. Mangey, at pcikenwell. Vre hear that his Majefty will review his Horfe and Foot Guards foojo after the rifing of the Parliament; and that tbcte *M he a Camp thi* Sunmier in Hydc-Parlt. ^floday jhs prince of Orange went to fee- *hc F.arl^f fiWuigtan's �nc Houfe at Cbifwick, after which his High-�w. accompany'd by the PiinccU Royal,and rjjc other Prm-went to view Wcftminller Abby. >ederday the Right Hon. the Lord William Hamilton, w�hcr to his Grace the Duke of Hamilton and Brandon, rtiv-d here wi:h his Lady from Scotland, her Ladylhip bcine Very near iitr tiaic. r      " Laft Saturday did at hrr Seat at Whitehaven, the I.aJy uwloa. Mother of Sir Wilfied bwb, Hart. Member oi Oihamctt for Cockennouih in CauiUK^iiJ. 636 fiS 3� 3> �24 H It 616 60 60 4� 4P3 39* 3 , utui that im ttt Afternoon by the Rev. Dr. Green, Rtilar ef St. Getfge the Marty._ Yefterday Bank Stock wa� 132. India 135. Soutn-Sea Trading Stock 73 a 1 4th. Annuities icon 4th. Ditto New Annuities y8 3 +tl�a a 7 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuity 88. Million Bank 106 1 half African 23. York-Biuld-ings 3 1 4th. Royal All'uiance  9. Linden AfUuance 11 1 halt. New Bank Circulation jl. Prem. Soutb-Sca bonds 1�. Prem. India ditto 18s. Prem. Three per Cent. �Wt� 3* Prem.   Englilh Copper it. 1 j�. Welfh ditto 11.13*. Lottery Tickets 3I 1 >s.________---_, rpHE Gentlemtn, Clergy, and I'rtcbddtti cf lU CsukI) f E -. 5 fc X,  flat ate in d n  ROBERT   ABDV,   Ban. \ A   h   l> THOMAS    BRA M S TO N.    E^q; Ate d i~f'j t-j ir.ni ut lit Sua'fifjetn in llUlttn,  tits D.ij, {Im )ib Jnjtiitit, at (j 3 CU-.& it tbt Evuun^. High.Water at London-Bridge this Day, at 44 Minute* after 1 z in the Morning, and 9 after 1 in the Afternoon. TT*//� Gentlemen\ Clergy and Freebqlden cf tlx Cattfi ef He htforo, that nfidt in tr mar tin Cilia $f Lsndui and U'efimnfitr, and are in ttt latertj} ef CHARLES CA.SA r. Efyi Are drfird to meet at tbt i^e/vwV A'mi Tavern im St. Pant/ Ci-urtb-jard,  en TnefJaj rtV 9/A ef ttii Ixjlartt April, at 6 dClxk. Cujlotn-Houfe* LorJcny 29 March 1734. For SALE, \    \ By Order of the Honourable Commiftioneri of His Majefty"s Culloms, 6ft*. ,� Day and Tdoaomow, at' ib� Office io the iuj-Matkcc, ai half a Gsmea cub. "Calfcrr 5 s. AT the Theatre Royal in Lincoln's-Inn- A l-iclds. Toaorrow. beiog tt� 6th of April, will bt mi**4 in) OFEH*. �atiM A   S   T  A   R  T   U   S. Ctmfeid tf Sig. BoNOMCIttf. fbt Pit and Bexti art put ttgtthtr at Half a Guinea. Fnji Gallery 4*;   Ufftr Gnlitry Zt. 6d. Tickets will be detiter'd at the U*Jtord-Hct j T'fcro inSoiuhaap* t-wi-ttrccr. �t While's Cb^'UichMfe in Si. Jsmtt's Urcsi, andai O&c. oe*1 I>Jor to 'he Eiiif *otc cm the Stage. Tie fa smi Beit 1 mi3 net It efaud m 9. ffcr GaVttitt at 4. . r�> Pcrtuo whatcrcr to be admitted behiad ibe SCCoc*. �~ // m x     tctu istliin. will be pcrfoim'4,  newOratoojo MX SicrqJUism*, t�:-.*J DAVID. Set to MufLk by   tyjuh itmOaiicrid, *iU be opra'd at Ttnw oCtati. TUat'* iv iU be drtif rrV ai th: Ofrkr, acv Door to the *l�rt"T> oa rx'StJgc-. aoj a: Mr�.Cc!ei:^a'> Ladgia^* u the lime TUtatte. abcie. iumi be baJ ai *: j� Hour e*er� Ott. (Sm.ity etccpu^) lha hom-^ b./ tvj^cij! that tix Gea.Icm.-o Subfcriben ;0 the Oj>J* �iU iwt auk* ule of tbcir Silver Tickets ibai Nifclil. My Command ot his ROYAL HIGHNESS. For the Benefit of Mr. Chapman. AT the Theatre Royal in Covcnt-Garden. dty. T_ni,trjw, ib* 6ih of Aptd. *iB fJc|�r�6oted a GKaedf.Mh'tf The 'SQ.UIRE of ALSATIA. Sit e4�itJ nrt Mi.Qyio; the'Mjuire Mr1. Cb�t)mar ; L pjef. Mf.�cceo, i.�r.Sal�y�/'fil~ I'aci:   f li|i�� i.- ; Vcr.�*. MM. wrigbi; Biitiion, Mfi u.>AciUa Libcn),Mt�. fciibr i PrailViflji'^ M.A H;.-rad, Zcohft*. V..,i.f il.Utt, M.-.Ot-tcr, Mt. f j ilr. t^uie ; Bridal N�ai^'�. Uit.OtHca. Mi(|tdi|tr� e-^i S...U i>4l*>i , Uo AiB�", Mr. Glt�er . l>t,.u� vi YkiUlt^ Mi'.n . : Mi itfjthrji.   * I:r. u\ N|�np-^. �., tei^ 4aM�r""-t�* CI .1*... St-� *=4        I**' 'At.i-i. ft. it*.t .1, the Ma(|aC te-.-.,      i.it   .a�* "J ;'�     1-c �
                            

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