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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 17, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advertiter. W E D N ESDAY, Apri 117, 1734. Hague* April aj. IU R Advices from Dantrick, Camelion like, are feen every Hour in a dift'erent Light- They take a Tinge from the Country they pals thro*: By the way of Germany they conic to us crimibn'd with the Blood of the poor Poles j but the French Pod brings them fair and without a Stain. We believe each Party repfefents his Cafe a? he would have it: But with regard to theFrencb, - 'nmA tm Bwn'd. their Actions fuit well with the Account they of l^Staniilatts's Security ; the long time they have akv,dfe^n,^*Succnu^, the i>il*K>rincts with which the ^^mJowembarki and the UDcenaioty. of any confiderabk �Urft betefcc� ready to convoy them into the Bahick, are fcS�ryf?J R�Jpbs for believing the City of 0*"*�k in no _  We leun ftom Peteilbuig, that the Czarina t     tie Delay ftht KingofPruflia to'giant a, Panafec for her,    Uery thro* < & CoWT, *� a&abfolatc %fufal to let it pafs j � �hich ac--dobj a Cobweb is rifing apace between thofe two U irw, lie' French will make no Difference between the late De-*afW�,of KingAuguftusout of Poland, and the Flight of Henry de Valors from that Kingdom in 1574 : We believe - tj^e   a great one.   But *tis certain,, however, that the - jtcafcns which indued hisMajefty to Co extraordinary a Step, '   ani tarionfly accounted for.   Whether the Pojes had given aim oufc of Difeuft, or whether he car'd not to be in Depend-anceca the Ruffians, or whether the private Pcrfuafions ef a attain Power efiefied it, remains"intirely a Secret. In the man while feme People pretend to give out, that the Courts , - rfViranaand Petcrlburg are greatly difoblig'd by it. The common Advices from Drcfdcn would pcrfudde us, tbt King Augufltf* progofes thortly to return into Poland; but that are others that allure �s to the contrary. We are told, tint his Train of Artillery which was on its way to Dantzick, huihtng'd its Rout to go to the Upper-Rhine, to ferve in lieu of the Coottngcot of Troops which the Electorate of Saxony is - tnfaratfli the Etnperor. But this News may, perhaps, Want . They write from France, that hb tnoft ChriflianMajeily is en the feint of declaring himfelf Duke of Lorratn and of Barf, ~J� knia* icfi^j&nfcnm^ to his Monarchy; the the Duke has incurr'd by not fubmitting to the King's Letters of Summons, but remaining in the Service of an Enemy to his fiorercign.      - -        L O N  DO N. - Yefterday his Majefty went to the Hou'(e of Peers with the t�ol Solemnity, and gave the Royal Aflrnt to the following BBs, viz. The Land-Tax BiU. -The Sinking-Fund BilUu A Bill for leduig 5000I. per Ann. on the Priuceis Royal.  -^Ttatto r^eaTCuxk-jobbing. A Bill to indemnify fata as have omitted to qualify tbcmfelvcs for Offices, Sec. a~ .Sooth-Sea Company's Bill.. -That concerning Own-tpofShjetf -- Tfrit (ar N^fmaliatinp Am prince of Orange, fer the free Im- ratadm of Cochineal and Jndico. -- The Hop Bill. >--"L~~ The Bill for Aflaults with intent to commit Robbery. .-.That to redeem and forcdofe Mortgages. --- Forgery JkafL-Militia Bill.-. Arrack Bill.        Hedge Bill. _~Trdt for repairing Highgate, Hampltead and Iihngton Roads. - Rovfton Road Bill__Yorkfhire Cloth Bill. �-�Thufor nuking Navigable the River Weaver in Cheflure. - ���� Mr. Buckley's Bill for printing Thuanus. -� Bablack CbatthBill.    � And 16 private Bills. After which he was pleasM to take Leave of his Parliament 1 ittit aoft gracious and attcclionate Speech. ,0n San^y Morning UA arriv'd an Exprefs, from Mr, Wal- pakac the Hague, upon which a Cabinet-Council was immo-oudy ajl*d at St. James's; the firtt that has been held on a Saohy J&dcc bbMajeily's Acceffion.  And wc now hear, that � th^FaibarkMie4i.^^iligh4iels^iJhe Princeof Orange with "ETCc'.iiQit for Holland, is nx'd for Saturday or Monday next; Hit i'ecy will go on board the Fubbs Yacht at Greenwich, tojand~at"Kottcrdara, thence proceed to Amflcrdam llcpping at the Hague, and that bis Highnefs's own Y- Yiclt.iu; anting at AnnicuUm to carry them toFrieiland. Ti rirM.-jdUes iave put off their going to Richmond till the D^uf the Departure ol the Prince and Princefs of Orange for titiuRj. - In Ij:*tewajd a;MLK  aiid^yij^^, each 5C0I. and No. .494*1 YeJtcr>L unJa> next by Mr. Vincnt. Orgamil And v>c licar th^r Mr Richard Biidge,.^ Jfril 16, 1734. To the Worthy Liverymen of the City of London. QlKTLCMCK, TBeg'your Acceptance   ny totoft fifteen an&bearty Thanh (tbt tttly rtturn I am ail* tt matt) for ycxr F.rc-.-ar twkt btftnvd cn wi, a Favmtr ivtitb I catvtat jhj&cientlji txfrtft tbt Vauu I bavtfw, not mfy for tbt Hmsmr e/'Twixj' bttn h many Titan a Refitftntativt et tbitertat Mttrvpclit. hit efc-jfy for its bring tbt mot Ejftii let* and Fricnffip, ktbuir givts Mt a Pit a fort net tt bt dijirib'd: As tbt Tsnt for a w-c EUaitm dro/Wi mar, ptrmit mt, mtj FtllnojCitisusi^jt maitjea a Tatdtr of my Strvict, and intrtat tbt GmtimuuKt ef jfwr OW Hill, m ivbicb J bumblj rtlj, and am, �'�"""�": '�""��'Gentlemen,-"'" Yaur meft tbti�d faitlful bumble Servant, �        1-  .      John Barnard. � � . ' � " April 16. 1734. To the Worthy Liverymen of the City of London. G I (f tlb men, *TPH E prefent Parliament being now brought to its timdufom, I ttnld net tmit rtturnirg jm ry itrj ktany 'thanks Jar tbt flaneur jou did mi, intbnjhg $nt ant of your Reprt-JSmlativts in it, / bept my CtndssB bos bun afraablt fa jsn, at j haft it bas bttn my Study tamdt it Jo. As tbt Eleven Jer sr kkv mt is nonu drawing mar, yam ivillgiiv mt LtoKt to ajftr yum �? Strvict, and if you Jbali tbink me iwrtby tt bt (oatina'J in rfat grtat fruft, I ivs'lt tndtawmr to dijibargt it tv tbt b.jf of rn Ability.   1 am,  \l in iiKii ~Z a t.'.c did cf.jich. >fakcr cf tb- Sail Or^an, i.aih Contract d with the Cicntlcii.cn an c! the Pari3� Or;.m Panui J U ri't-Chu'ch iii Spittle-fields-, 10 make for rht-ir P.-rift Cl.j.ch. * l3i I "''I, Anuuiutt Vcltcr.uv uaiUtbUwk .a^ 130, a 1 4111. nui. 135, u 1 4th. South-bca Trading btock 74 ICO 3 41a. Ditto New Annuities 99 3 4th*. Turee per Cmt^Annuity b8 3 8th�, a 1 half. Million Bnnk 106 Airiain 23. Yurk Buildings 2. Royal Ail'urancc If. London Aflunnce in 1 half,   New BankCir- To the Worthy Liverymen of the City of London. Gentlemen, _        v AS J have bad the Honour to ferve this Homur- *T able City in Parliament, for ivbicb Jgi b.*uty ilaal. j*t       favourable Opinim they are pLuiJ t) cnt.i turn of Their mojt Obli^d Hurr.bh Servant^,,,. I.aac-I'aca rt't S:iAra. rl/E Freemen cf the antient f^n and P>t cf Saud^iih,  ~ji*ui />'�--<, ard g--v, tb.ir f'ofei Jor the tunprefifit Meir.biri, -wlv -j^tll it folly etckiuniledgid by ti\m. EnL'liflvCopp-r-Houfr-, April 12, 1754. '/V E Court of Afj:,liinti cf the Governor and '.umpairy of Coppy* Miners in Engl.u.J. dj'tenb% gr^t miffocr, art d * in Gimlcn,   April 8^7^734. 1   C� 'TV/ E Ccurt cf CcamiiUe cf the Jaid Cerpra- tingic* AVj.r, that there willbt jUd'hi Auefhn, mt ttttf ; Huff* in Spring Gardes, cn T*e(d*\ the sj/ Inftant, ett lO-tf-M Click in tbt Fsretm*. a Quantity of Sill and IttrfedJ^ W Silk Gl3vei, a Parcel if Ptikt, Curtains,  Blankets, igadlttf' .Mttr'd. C&s*.;..,,.ii�,jf^& Fmir^nm^i triple* cm, Sblifs ami SUfoi. F*^;CJ^. Brut, -�f^*| a large ^nantits ef Mens ami H'amtm Apparel, ' Ftklt ScmtfiJt\, Hantrl'LaK* and tared Htsdtkatbt, TabMJnntntSt^,Gl4d**i ^ Sihtr rich tmbrvdt/d Hardebercl-itfi, Printed Linmm, SttdFtj Burden, flrifd C�//?w, Shagreens, ftrsfd Silks,  (, and Diamond Bmklts; > Diamond KetMntt� . Ptarl Xeikiaea, and a large ^uamity of GtU tad Sik H'alcbtt. &C. 7r" '     L �, N. B T&itisds U be vre^v'dfoom TutfJay At |6tf �' tbt Time ef Sale. i,L"_i Samuel Edwards of Norfolk-Stntt* * Broken and Autliontcr. Catj!^tinbfbalattbePtaitef^att,and�ltbt Oj**-t'tit-Hatjt en Lawrence Pamntnty-Hill, London. :C lice, that Warrants fo> the Half tiut'i U:k.', Jlr LjJ^ Day lift. iull be deliver d, and paid to toe Prof i-.'j. / cf i.JL/d $Jwits in the faid Comjpeiny, at their Htufe it B*jr-L*m, am T T E RDAMi cess   An n   "Sloop, For R O The   Prik Richard Fd i-.ic*.>t� ur. Ibe-Stagi-.  t,-. e i. i H if :      l'�' J� ' . :  .tlii' !.. . ..ii-,,_i==a^, Sa U)i tBMttrt fo'i f'tct niTt^xjti-tm 4a- � ihe t'tmt �f f. i Fiaz.t fai tki'tifztt l*he ij$�m m ri4p.jn t CejfetbJU},^ -�� i^fe-*. the, Tbtairt. ______ ,      ' - 1S� ByComnund of his ROYAL UK For the Benefit ef Monj. IVIa*' . l ' AT  the Theatre Royal in Co-   ^ T.". thi- Dijr t'*>e 17 H ln!�. wi iielvu*�. . -~,        �' SHE W OU'D if S H E C O U Wrjttfwby Sir GEj&*�i lit Coirfi",* hit f.yai ; i'tctnui'-l!f. .ii9$^~l , in j ll" j --i, Wr. Oatty, i-U ; A?;� ji, ai'� f.aiUsa . Sf=i?r�, lAii'Uti tn. - tfiizi'l&iv �nJe^iU�mmf-^limA^:-f^tlUtd^i^ 'tv J Aa 1   A l-r. . � Hot'.. r.t*.ier �3i M. i*ile, 4kc -coi.^g v.,ih.i*-.i  - i...:::u o: *r.i Al.itSiw, WJlU u�w;-| A-vji^ ".a. tf �tfi'iii' ,~JH"i. ViKe" Ti.U" m*f It tai a? Mit^T* UUi>�t, Ot Mt.Gftgum''tf *..;/ fs     :�t ljc 17 .-. Ua. �iii U ?,"cf.or.c^ i\ns� VinuUj,ta&'i QUIXOTE in ENGLAND. Written by t\t Aaihor cf the Ml S li R. fu �!..�*�      a., pat.tui^r l> ) �l The CoVEST-(iAR!�EN TRAGKDV. i' . -i � i hit* itsfji ( v.- tr.�--.'r*. Mi:t Martin , 1 ; �itii:**, Mr.  �ii.c.t -,  .,Lj -tip �^jiCi�'d up ;';ia t .j., jtif^uitt. r;r i^i.a- Bif(s 5 >.     Pit 3/.     CnJ.'ty is r .acct f I <*r- ' . � . (. , o. To br^m      -x'.\ 35 ha!t as IL ui |mU 0 I OST on MonJay the 8th Ir.ftar trt. a jtt'.Uou Vut.tc in Vine-t>i: vr .   V.K;.��r * :r. Cr-oogr, ai�;� **7   

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