London Daily Advertiser, April 15, 1734

London Daily Advertiser

April 15, 1734

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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 15, 1834, London, Middlesex The Daily Advcrtifer. Nnmfc. icot MONDAY, A>kit ij, 1734. arfwV Ibe Math frtmfranti and IMsnJ. Kmistgffergi April HE Roman Aitfllery which had been brocght n&rat Polaagrn, 3 Leagues from MnadL if arrtrd back to Hci-ImgrJV from which Pface tome People grreaat it will beftmov'd to IJebau, in order to becoavey'd br Sea to Darn-. zkk; b� others think it will pafs by �Land aSong the Frontiers of Samcgitia. His Prufiun Majeily, it (cans would not coateK to ks palling thro* his S|er ii*^rf)mthe^d I�fa�of the Kingdom, and one of the Em �Bcr*t||enof Wv; wlkkhthey unniediately (eiziL The " nepkai^of Dpn ChiaScri, one of the Chiefs in the late Corfi having receitM a CommHRnn from the Ring of ___lwo Regjemcpts of Corfiraiwr.^ thc-RgPubUck of l)� already ennirntfd theieto. Ommm. jj/rdi 3. AU is quiet in the Mantuan, both on t>tei. Afrit \%. All hi* MaWSy"*Ships remain as per laft. Came down this forenoon and jaiN through, Pompey, God* bern, and Camilla Klaniah, for Virginia; Hare, Baker, for Faro. Arrrr*d Balhha, Ruuell, frcm New-England j Halli-nut, Bdiler, and Euphrates, Peacock, from Scanderoon. L O N D O N. Yeflerday being Kaller-Dav, theit MajeAics, the Prioce, of Wales, the Pnnccfs Royal, their Royal Highnclfcs the PrincefTcs Amelia and Caroline, and the Prince of Orange, preceeded by the Heralds and Pbrfuivants at Arms, and ac company'd by great Numbers of the Nobility, went to the Royal Chapel, and heard a Sermon preacK'd by the Re*. Dr. Gilbert, Sub Almoner to his Majcfty: After which they received the Holy Commonkm from the Hands of the BiAtop of London, Dean of the Chapel, affifted by the ^ilhop of Durham^--^'.L'.' ........1.^...............':..;'/:/:'..... The Right Hon. the Earl of Scarborough carry'd the Sword of Sate to from Chapel. The Knights of the Garter, Thiftle and Bath, appearM at Court the^fame Day in the Collars of their rcfpcctivc Orders. This Day being the Birth day of his Royal Highnefs the Duke, who enters into the 14th Year of his Age, their Ma-jedics will receive the Compliments of the Nobility and Qoa-lify at Noon on that Occafioa On Friday lafl Sir J[oftph Pennington, Bart, refign'd his Place of ComptroUer ot the Cam of Excite i and wc hear that he is going down into Cumberland to Hand jointly -with Sir James Lowther for Knights of the Shire (or that County at the next Election. This Day the Lord Bilhop of Norwich preaches the Spinal Sermon at St. Bride's Church, before the Lord Mayor and other Governors of Cirflft's HoipitaL On Saturday the Right Hon. the lord Mayor and Sheriffs went to the several Markets, and made a CollofUon for the poor Prisoners in the ibreral Goak of this City. The Right Hon. the Lady Lynn is fo well recover'd of the Small-Pox, that her Ladyfbip is thought to be out of all Danger.  On Friday h& came Advice of the fife Arrival at Dover of the Halli&x, Capt. Butler, aad the Euphrates, Capt. Peacock, from Scanderoon, intbeSeivjoeof the Turky Company. A Bill of Indiament being fbuod at the Tower Scitions a-gainft Tbbmas Barncti, lor riding Hories oh Tower-hUl, to the Damage and Danger of his Majcfty's Subjects palling and repainng that way, he was on Saturday taken up by Viriue of a Beoch-Warrant for die same, and bound over to plead to the Indiament; and we hear that the Jufticcs are refolv*d to put the Laws in Execution againft all Perfons that (hall continue in the faine Practice, which has been the Oecafion of great Mif-chicf to Paflengers, and to fcvrral the endangering their Livcs^ On Saturday hSt No. 49107 was drawn a Prize of eopVond No. 97s 17, 33849, 66418 and 18412, weredrawrrl'rizesof i-ooi. each. " ^ High Water at London-Bridge thfa^Bay. w t% Minutes BAN K k U � P T� Samuel Flo)-�l St. Leger, of the City of Weftmim}�r, riner and Merchant. Ma- ^Charitable - Corporation - Houlc in Spring * Garden, April 8, 1734. f^HE Cewrl Uj lb* aj/ /^f�f, "inf lO'a* Silt Gtivtt, � Parxtltf Stmb, CM�m> BU***t, 9*t*h mattM CAi�r* 1 a Jm*tl ^g*�rih*f ftsw, Omm IVnUtn CUtby Shirts W S'ftjh,, i*rtv.Vr; Caefrr, a larit &�antihtf Mt*t **i 0imm Jffmrti, Vtittt Stmfc Sif^ritim^dr^ll^l*^ �t�H�fw, Sri Em&tt, ftrifi C*ttm, SUgrtfm, JtrifJSiHt, *MU\ skpasof the Allies and _ TmbtJjnlzt- In the Nigtt between the 1 ith and 12th ::Ia^i^fc||ejRog�ses broke into the Hoafc of the Curate of 16�sonL and naardcr*d him and hbServant, they afterwards |Utr*d tic Hoase, taking away a Chalke, iooo Crowr*. in ^pme, asd other Things of Value, which belong'd to the Gnats, ud had only been depefised with the Pndl under ifcpnof Sctaiity. p*Z.Jt*ilix. With a E. AH the outward bound laird ^Faragoa. Remain bis Majefiy's Ships, Namur. Edin : brjrja. Priacefi Cardine, Dzeadnoeght, Sunderland, Orfbrd, IsMKptaa-CoBrt, Bakirgtaia, Royal Oak, Captain. Princcfs Asatoa, BVswick. Vcek. NcrfcBc, Argyll, and Lynn. bricb^Shoiif, Clxist.Svmiriit Pifttb.&uw, �l**pS>m tity efSilutr Lte/, tityt^bt Plattx Stivtr SUtmml A'sN-fiutt^ StKi-Btuihs, fUm GM Ringi, Stmt JWwb Girntt Raft, Diamond Riqs, end Diammi Bttti/n t ADi*m�J Jfttitittn Paul tfttkUctu �*i a lm-gt ^uaniitf �J G*U md $ik*t U'atthti, iift. �' i- N. B. 72* GWj/� ttvirufd/hm Tmtrrm tb* t6w H tUTtmt �f Smk. ~- Samuct Edwards of Norfbtk-Strttl� Broker and Autliontet. ' j 1 ' 1 � � � ^ :.. � � .  1'* 1 1 if' v~I*11 1 ' i "*|*"HK Creditors of Sir Richard Manning1ianv~_ TvnWttuw, �thtet in ttw Aficnwoa* oaf)|�chn ritn in Laae-Acu, Afrtir*. THE Creditors of Elizabeth Stewart, alias A tta^rorr, iliat le�b, who l�f�l whaicvar to bs admitted behind the Keatt. afar 7 in the Morning, and 52 altty^f ia the Afternoon, Saturday Bank Stock was. i jo 1 half. India 136. South-Sea Trading Stock 74^5 Sths. Annuities 101. Ditto New Annuities 9a 7 SduKiioo. Three per Cent. Annuity 88, a t half. Mdl^trBank 106 1 half. African 23. Vork Build-uigsi. Jloyml AfluranccQt. London Afluranos 11 1 half. New, Bank Circulation 5I. $s. Prem. South Sea Bonds 16V. P^rcm. India ditto 26s. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 13s. Prem. Englilh Copper 11. 15a. Wellh ditto 11. res. Lot-gry Tickets 4I, 6s. jlT the Theatre Royal in Ltncoln's-Ina- fitldh Tomorrow, beiog the itftbef April^ bs will nvitM aa QtWA, satt'd , . a / S t a r t u s. fbiPil andBfxts mn/mt tfttbtr *i H*lf mGidmaA______ "' WjfGaiBtj j^t. �"rV/ftiiGiStty zt. 6/ Tkkets will be 4cli�erM at ion ftreet, at Whila's CbceoUtehouft in St. JimeiVUrmr,aad at we office, oett Door to tH Hntraoec on tlw Staf e. tbt M *nd Boxtt miU u*k*ip*n-d till j. fhr OiBrtin st 4. tin P oot nay, their Ticksts will on boadmiiwd. 1, ,1 dt/ifO tlMt 4fl Pn/lni mould b, t,U.f.A ft tf4tt ,i^7CmZi,. to moit ienbin tbe Hoit, in U*cot.,'i.Fll*.fMdi, wbick * hoUr.t'o prwnt/any MofHiboDmof tbe Tot tire. witmmuniy By Ibe Company of Comedians, the New Theatre in Goodmuo's-Ficlds, AT ihi� U�y the 15th loft, will I e ptcGmttd a Comcjy, catt'J A BOLD STROKE for a WIFE. To which will bi added, a or* �ntrrtsiiMt�tat, calFd- BR I T A N N f X: The ROYaL'lO V E 1h S. - ' Tbt landing of Prmet G ER MANICUS ml tbt Tmtr.~ His Rbcbftiom, ~ ....... ..... His faffing tbnugb tbe City. His f.rll Interview with BRITANNIA, the whok�jr�tnjfM�j wub Tit SolbmnizhtioW'tf tbe NufTiAts i� tbt Ttmple of II Y M F. N.  LorJ Rikc, Mr. Hulett ; dpt. Bully. Mynheer Ctjonmt. fen, Brov trieriortWTarooai xttt^lmrwimitretTufveu'd at tbcTtxtfre as Urory Ltoei Citiicni, Mr. tyuu, Mr. Stoppclaer, Mr. Hatbfa. Mr. Fteelifltc. ' , , � " ' The Hoofe bo adom d with the Portratrs of theKayalffaniitl'. and Hitbneft the friocc of Orange \ and a aew Ctfikfe-aitiaoi Apollo and ttoMgfiii; psinrgf by air. Haytuan........... ------r- iheClnatlm Stene., Muthioc. and othar D�cor�iin� cattrelf new. On which Account the i^� �od bilMici ou the ituge wtUbc 5s. Buses 41. Vita�.6

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