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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 6, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advcrcifcr. S A TV R DAY, Ap Kit 6", 1734. Deal, April 4. |IS Majcftjr's Ships NcwcafUe, Dia-' mond, and A tit Hope, 6ii"d yetttrday Afternoon to Wdlward, but all the reft of the Men of War, with the outward-bound, dill  remain.    Since came down,  Mayflower, Scot, for Gibraltar.   Arriv'd, Pel ham. Nichol-fon, from South Carolina.   WinoVS. by W. L O N  D O. N\ On Wcdncfday laft at the Horfe Races at Newmarket, Am led Gower's Mare,  and the Duke of Bridgwater's Mar flarted for the Sweep-Stakci of 600 Guineas, which vat won with Eafc by the former. The loro* Portmore paid his Forfeit at the Poll. Three flarted laft Thurfday for the King's Plate, viz. the Dote of Bolton's Starling, Mr. Tryt's Horfe, and Mr. Vane'* M"c� ^     'ormcr *'on it "with great Eafc.    " Yefteroay the Lords of the Admiralty were pleas'd to ap-toiat Capt. Williams, Captain of the Grampus Sloop, to be kpoinof his Majcfty's Ship the York, a Third Rate of 60 cJ^in the room of Capt. Laws, deceasU And to appoint Mr. Smith, firft Lieutenant of the York, 8 be Captain of the Grampus Sloop, in the room of Capt. Williams. '    . * There Lordfhips having been pleas'd to grant Protections to tie Mackarcl Men and Folkfton-Frfliermen, they were the frsx Pay dclivcr'd to them at the Admiralty-Office accord- lift Thurfday George O* Conner, Efq; kifi'd his Majefty's Htnd, on his being appointed Captain of a Company in his Mijmty's Royal Regiment of Foot in Ireland, commanded by tirRight Hon. tie Earl of Orkney. Tbe feme Day his Majefty was pleas'd to appoint George Milmlmc, E(q; to be Enfign in Caw. Blagravc's Company, in the Regiment of Foot-commanded by the Right Hon. the Jjjnl Vifcouni Molefworth. We hear that Sir John Norris has been pleas'd to appoint William Altx, Efq; to be his Secretary at Sea during bis Voyage. Richare Milland, Efq; Deputy Receiver of the Land Tax ib the late Col Robinfon, Chamberlain of this City, deceas'd, fa appointed by the Lords of the Trcafury to be Recaiver Ge-Betal of the Land Tax pro tempore, far the County of Middk-fcx and Cities of London ana Weibrunilcr, in the Room of ibe^CoTKahTnlbn. .-r.. Iaft Night the Right Hon. the Earl of Scarfdale, who mi thought on the mending Hand, rclaps'd. A fen Days fihee died at his Houfe near Uxbridge, John Wedpn, Efq; one of his Majefty's Julliccs of the Peace for uVCoaniy otMiddlefex. MTuefday Night died at Englefield ip Berldhire, Mrs. Wright, a Widow Gentlewoman, who has left by her Will ^jdtogffg .Legacies, viz. to her three Sifters 401- per Ann. to och of their Children zoo 1. to her Hoofekeepcr zco 1. and 10!. per Ann. to her two Servant Maids 501. each, and Mourning; to her Footman 40 1. and Mourning ; to tea _  Muden Gentlewomen 20 I. each for Mourning; and the Re {jdueof her Ellate, which is very confiderable, to Mr. John ./Fairfax, her firft Coufin, who is lately come of Age. /    We bar there will be fhortly a General A Hem by of the - -Dej�riej-of the French Churches of London and Weftminfter, to agree about congratulating their Majefties on the Marriage of tbeprincefs Royal with the Prince of Orange. We bear his Royal HighneG will accompany the Prince ofOraoge this Night to the Theatre Royal in Covcnt Garden, tofee the'Squire of AlCitia, for Mr. Chapman's Benefit, which HBsdefcrr'd by his Royal Highneis's Command. Laft Week was executed at York, one Jeremy Pcarfim, for the Mwder of a Phy fician of that Place : it teems the Dodcr High Waaer-� London-Bridge this Day, at 31 Minutes after 1 in the Morning, and 54 afwe 1 in the Afternoon. HTHE Gentlemen, Clergy and Freeholders ef tbe Cmtft f/"HERTroRD, tbat refide in rr near tbe Citin ef �Wm and U'ejirtiinfitr, and art in tin Interej} ef CHARLES  CAESAR,  �*j� Are dtfvd it netf at tbe Severn i-Armi Tavern in St. Pants Chorb-jard,  en Taefday tbt t)t'o ef this Injlanl Afrit, at 6 c'Cixi. _   ... _        . To the Gentlemen, Clergy and Freeholders, of the County ot Bucks: TX?HE R EAS a falfe Report has been in- * ebtfirfeujly ffrett'i, that I intend te decfinr /funding fir the Cm?y cf Bncbt ; J-tbini it ntctffary to make tbis failsck Decla- ratten. That I am ref&vd ft efer try Service at the tit(ai 19 r/..t.:__.-s- -i.--   ---------� J- EleShm, tbtrtfirf tern ttii Offcs-tsaa'tf ta her tbtEowzr cfytar f'etet ar.I Interejt,  (be CuncTncaur. here rhcr ma) be had at �.=y Musi every Di>, fsutday etccpte ) Ibi Iiiud-b->- hopmg that ttc f.ca.lrm;o Sutfitibcn U� ibcOptfa will MA 014*9 ofccf lixv �U�ci Titka* thai Nit^t. Sbtn: T*HE Cturt cf-DirelT  fantgiX't Nerieit, tl'at a   �'�:>> �   1. ivill be Md ett their Hunfe in Tl>**tJ*n   tbe 1 Otb b'Sttx ff A^'if rexf, /tier cf tbe Cemjvt*) i Trade, at 1 t V.- For the Benefit of Mr, V\ n k r r�i m ' s. By the Company of Ccmr^ur:-, At the New Theatre in Goodman's-l'C ihi't Day the  6\h lull.       tepttlin-.d * C u>-,'>, oiiM LOVE  MAKES  A   MAN: The  Fop's F o r t u m b. Cation, Mr.DclaM; Ctodi>, Mr.Gitftrd ; being the lull timturthett ______ appearing in thole Chataflert. TO which will bo added, a new Kntcrtainmcnt, eall'd BRITANNIA: The  ROY A l/'lO VERS. Wy Landing ef Princt GERMANICUS tit tbt Ttwtr\ His Reception, Hit faffing tbrengb tbt Citf.__ His fifft Interview with BRITANNIA. i ftc whole tortslodini; *ith 7�r Solbmni z ation ef tbt Nuptials in tbt TtmpJt ef HYMEN. lord Rake, Mr. Hiitett ; Cape. Bully, Mynheer cVJMai, fen. Bro> iher t> tlie Umaus tall Manwholaicly appeu'd at tfcf Theatre in Drury Lanej CitiKciu, Mr. Lyon, Mr, Stoppelaer, *Ir. llarbio, Mr* Etccll,8ic. : The Huufe will be adorn d with the Poririhi of the Royal Fintllv*. aod hit Higbncii the I'rlnee of Orange j and a oe# Cicltug-picce of Apollo and the Mufti; painted by Mr. Haymin, 1 he Cloaiha, Scene*, Machiiiet, and other Decnraiidtts emhrelt M�r. On which Account the 1 I A R D. CupiJ. Mil* NtrffiHft*�ir'i,Cte�th>i Hymen, Mr.; _ Melt i r.M"' Kilbjr; DriJai V uui, M'd llillya>d ; Zephyr*. Manf. Malttr, Mr. Gtover, Mr. I* i ir|t, Mr. Iclac, Mr Dclaturde and Mr. I'uke J Dudal Swaint. Mi LcUc. Mr. Dcla^'rdc and Mr. Duke i Bridal Nytnpl'*, Mri.Ogdcn, Mil, U'tfera and Mi|> flallon ; Un Amour, Mr. Glo�er l Daiii�*�f .Plealute, M>mC Malic* and Mr. Hou&aton., a 0{idaJ.Nynipht Mai'riupiiyieSalle,--------- WiVli new C|oaih�, Sceue^ �ST oihet Decora iron*, prupcr toitw* alqtit. liemH die lad Jinn of ihe Compioy'i Arti t nil riaiicf fiul.id*/*, Tickcu ifcliver'd out fur Moimay Ihe ril-t�i*=wiii tc tbeo iiksu. Baxtl  C *.       Pit  3 t.       Gallery  2 t. � # For the Benefit pf Mr. W. M I L LS- By bis Majefty's Company of Comedians* AT the Theatre Royal in Druny Lane, thi* Day, the dih of April, uill be prclc-ud a C mcdj, call'4 The    A L C II Y M I ST. Written by    BkN. JoilNJON. With ftletl pi't" of Mufiiif uud-�ntt>t4uu#tentr*f Singing and Dancing, eviz. _ End ofihe ill AA�..ATPanw;, tall'd L*i fo!l,tte, t\,Jl B�*u�#, bf ------jf Mi. NivcUm a o id, A Drunken I'eal'iu by Moof. Lc flru'>. End of the 4th, Ualb yrMnlilVathling Cbeir, iyc, fonn b^ Mifi Aiid at I'Hrfcna ol tbl The Grand Daiico peifuiu/d In KU* Suvjntt mill he a'Jon'd la {rep Placet en tbt Stage. * And I'lice* �J be taken ai ihe Wido* t'o      in iho I'UyhuuJo Pj Ttt begin txaflly ai Six ff' Ctoci. Ceing the Ull Time of AOipg till itfi*t WUHatt,   

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