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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 12, 1834, London, Middlesex The Daily Advcrtifer. FRIDAY, April-u, 1734- Deal, April 10. E M AIN, Namur, Edinburgh, Berwick, Princcfa Caroline, Grafton,'Or-ford, Hampton'Court, Buckingham, Royal-Oak, Captain, Dreadnought, Yo.k, Sunderland, Norfolk, Princefc AmlsliaT^"^ VVar: With, Henrietta, Biggs, art! the Bulh-River-Mercbant, Read, for Maryland ; and Sarah, Taylor, for Leghorn. Arriv'd, the Betty, Le-pd, mm lilbon. Wind W. S. W. ~T L O N DO N. The following Perfons ate appointed, to preach the Lent-SaaOBtthb Day. JJeinof Wcftminfter, Lord Bifhopof Rochefter, before the King. Dr. Gilbert, Dean of Exeter, at WhitehaU>CfaapeL -Mr. Foulkes, at St. Katherine Cree-Church. Mr. Butler, at St. Anne Alderfgate. Dr. Grant, at St. Dunftan in the Weft. Mr. Tough, at $t. Paul Covent-Garden. Mr. Smith, at St. SaviourVSouthwark. _ Dr.Denne, at St. Katherine by the Tower; Mr. Burnet, at Clerkenwell. y Yefterday being Maundy-Thurfday, the I|e*fDr. Gilbert, Dsn of Exeter, and Sub-Almoner to hi* Majefly, preach'd at WUtfhall Chapel, and afterwards, bring girt about with Lin-anaccording m Cuftom, wafh'd therm of 51 poor decay'd Houfe-kcepors, and-diiritoued^ hu Majefty's Royal Bounty, which was, toeadJkPcrfon * Piece of Cloth, a Piece of Linncn, .With Shoes, StocJcingy-ta^. Alfo every one a Leather Purfe, : ffKainiog one Shijlirlg, and as many Silver Pence and Two-~ peaces aslus Mayfly is Years old: He afterwards divided FUb tad Loavts~t6 each of them in Wooden Platters; and tbcCerc-_noDjr concluded with an Anthem perfonn*d Vocally and In-franeaadly by the Gentlemen of his Majefty's Chapel. ^TheirHigh Mightineffes the States-General have rctora'd to Anfwer to his Majefty's Letter of Notification of the Princcfo _^RoyaT�AlatTiage to thel Prince of Orange, formerly inferted in this Paper, and afliire his Majefiy, " That they will 000-,**. tribute to the otmoft of their Power to make the Residence ** of the Prmccfs his Daughter as agreeable as is pofiible in ** a free RepuUick, and as (hall be conilflcm with the present Cbnftitution of their Sate. Yefterday the Lady of Stephen Pointz, Efq; Governor to �is Royal Higbnefs the Duke, was lately dcliver'd of a Son at his -Appartmcnt in St. James's Home, on which Account his Majeffy was pleafed to order that the Drum at the Relief of the Guard would not beat in the Court-yard. The fame Day his Highnefs the Prince ol Orange went to fiew Cleliea College. "The Hon. Mr. Monlbh, Mr. Sibthorpe and Mr. Chaplin, ahTCaadiktes at the next ElofUon for Lincoln. And we hear that a Project being on Foot for making the River Navi-phk from that City to Bofton, Mr. Chaplin has given the ~ Ciozau leave to cut thro* his Ground above the Length of fair Miles in order to effect it. ^eflerday Thomas Shaw, of Maiden in ElTex, Efqj was �Wried to Mils Jane Garbert, Daughter of William Garbert, tf-BeBdureet, Efqj The Canal in St. lames's Park is to be drain'd and clcan'd ilk Summer, the Sides to be new-plank'd, and the Earth that fi� been wafh'd away made good. The Mall and Gravel Walks Arc likcwue to be repair'd in a beautiful manner. Ycfterday No. 55708 and 68527 were drawn Prizes of fool, and No. ;otf6�z88, 87771, and 111003, iooI. tacb. --.^pjWe^nefdax theDcpofitiom in Dr. Bendey'sCaufe, which had taken up (even Days in the Reading, were concluded i and the Pleadings are ta begin before the Vifitorjtf Ely-Houie on Wcdnefday next 0� TutClay next the Scrutiny of the Pollers for Chamber-to will commence at Gmldhall. We hear that the Andua of Terence was Aficd, on Wcdnefday latt, by the young Gentlemen of the Academy in Soho- v"' De'orca judicious Audience, with very great Applaufc. Yefterday began the General Quarter Sefhont of the Peace w�the Royalty of the Tower of London, and the Liberties J�d Precinftj of the, fame, at the Coun-Houfe on Great Tower-Hill, where Sir Jolui Gonfon the Chairman �f that oeffiom, gave a lcaJncd and excellent Charge 10 the Grand-Jury. Canterbury, Apnl 10. The Rev. Mr. John Fcatherftpn, � A was lately collated by his Grace the Archbifhop of Canterbury to the \ icajage of Bethetldeu, void by the Death oftheRev.Mr. Barium. POLITICAL QUADRILLE. A Paper banded about at Paris. Spain. I begin, Gentlemen and Ladies, with two K'f%i. Sardinia. I have a very good Hand, but don't care tor playing ix if tent. 'Saxtnf. I am afraid my King will be tmmfd. Dantzid. I won't play mint till all the Tramp are car*. fftBHtV. Mutbkau Kltt^M*4~i^axt^AeadJrjste. ' , Pru/fia, My Cards look well, but they won't Jo ui!eii Clubs beTrump. / Great Britain. I cxfxtfl my r%ieg will be ca-PZ P"enitt. Paft. � y. Ruffia. I Play. I know little of thp lidi^T, bvst/rJd} Jdhtremet tttbt trmt Inlinfi cf my Ctwtfry, am irvstlafle Jttaibmewt to tit btajtfy Kittg (jioncf, tvedtht frejrae b*ffy Ejlahb&txrnt. /�/�, 2W m&dbligd. amd Deleted bmmtl* Strvaot, RlCHMS S W M t JlA �t tit Borooghca'Soothwark, April 8, 17344 To the Worthy ELECTORS. Gestlemk*. 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