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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 18, 1834, London, Middlesex r>r�< T*he. Daily AdvCftifcr T Htr R S DAn4��,i|�.iM1L. niitf iiii'ntfniMBTr Ytferdaj arrived a Mail from Pram* Paris, April 24. HLBY write from Straflwrg, tint the Gi*n who lulTtl u^jevtheSpct, and took the Reminder Prifoner*. ^Zttitom (oneaPriefl) have been taken op diis Week .i^don oT the Murder of the Curate of Morurevil; the SSSTbeen formerly hirVfcar, bat wis ducharg'd on T^dfbaa Wk* de Vilkroy is dead at hft in the 71ft WmdN.E. Reniauni tip Downs, Sir SNoTO, and Admiral SteWrt, with the Kaoror, �dmg-Princcfi Caroline, Princefj Amelia, Grafton, Berwick* d. Hampton-Coart, Buckingham, RoytfC^Car^in, ftrffc Dreadnought, York. Sunderland, Argyll, and Pool LONDON. Tetttday rJirff wan a General Council at St. JamesV, when i RKtaatfen was ordcVd to be iflued out for diflolvmg use On Monday next their Majefiics will remove from Kenfing- gBttjRjchmood.---1------------- _ -The fame Day the Prince and Prineefi of Orange unbar k AniweJ&r that on Tucfday Princds Amelia will let out ~ ffetbeBath* to drink the Waters there. y nroase two able Seamen so ferve in Jus MajeflyYNavy, in thrraam of their Ships Companies, whoarecDbepratefied. Tit WcekWR^t Hon. tbe torf High Chancellor was please1 wprela&t the Itev. �?r. John Pbinwecll to the Rotary fe/CM Ikirnold in tlie Cpont^ YcfietdsyNo. 79509, 37107, and^oSoz. were drawn fines of ipooL each, 'lua/i Ho. 66722, 76159, 22171, jj56oi, aad'36744, each 100 L . Lai Week died at hit Home at Old Beckingham near Nor. wkb, James Tbomptbn, E/q; formerly firft Aid de Camp to _im goyal I&lrads Princx/seorgeof Denmark. ~ ~~� Gtnileiatn, ' _ - ~t ^"1^ r�ar mtfi thMm, mmt - ^ < Robert GofrictJAii TJklb*mH* Stmaatii t H. PACKINGTOI ttamh, Giitlehcs ----7-�-- � I booe bad the Bmurtoferve ths Honour- mhlt a.y ia Parliamtat./ksJ&bJftoijm my *�'**?ij b, omimliauaito^mSef^mnkttaJaiagKmta, 1 think it iaambfat am au�mab^ufaUik^mtml9^ti ........ TZ ........ tfajljihwfl B. LECH MERE. , April 1 my Bretbrtx, fir'jasr raUta^IatfnJ,%^ tjumattbtinatt/t F*imarFawWi�t... To the Electors of the Borough of G*>TlVlfttlNk TOUR Vote and Inltrtft �r� n r ....... -fed* f^aoS liberty of ^ ------ WcheartlMagcneralPjpvy Search having been made on Fnnay Night lafl by Virtue of a Warrant imder the Hands anTSqifa c?rwdreoTJuiMajeily*� Jaftkes of the Peace for the liberty of Weftminfter, there were nine doorderly Peruns ttltro oat of Night-Houfcs and difordaly Night-CcUan, who btiogcanid_ the KM X>�y>fore f>: B hard labour. ThtSakoftheAmoos Capt. Miles h adjouro'd all Monday 1 next, at the Requeft of (ome Peribns of Qufity who cannot kn^tttheSaktillthatDay. ' Cn'n��Mh�e^ of a Neivcus AnJuna and Palfy in titeSto- Tawnatftbmllt Servant, ^JHw*pffRY Parsons, ^naa^m~x- jtyril l6, I754. To the WorrJhy liverymen of~rJie City of � IjDWon. * GtlTUHlM, TB& jour Acceptance^my wtsfipneere and hearty \ * Tbemb(t&mty'rttmra Immmkhto mayjjbrjn^a^mr , -#�&� &e/fsu.'Jta ate, a Fmtaw xry. anu'ent ffamily in that Country, whtco M^CTersJfej^of lime^h^UiediiW toa great many 7g the Mbbftaadmoft antient Families in England. He was Pater-_ Mlly defcended from Prycban, who UYd jjetwetn the 400 : **d4$o, King of Garth Marthen, aTterwards by the Britons. ^dlrcmlamBrec^ �K%At by Inheritance He wasKliurnallyjdefcended from the ^ynahaaaof Daiuavon inGlamnrgariibire. His Mother was ofu^DiujKh^.of.ii!ini^ Serjeant ftLaw. He died a Baichclor, and has left hu EuW (wokb * ""y krge)^w Roderick Gwynne, Eft}i his Nephew, and "JfcoUiereJ Minnatfuke Gwynne," of Garth in tlv,Cduoty cf | Bttxaa,-Efe .The Remembrance of this trery valuabk Gentle-.aaaa wiU�ibitfi to the lateft times. prcfetvTd by all good Men, Ijadby thofe FoandationsorCharity which,he hjs le/t behmd ^^^ftnxhiof future Ages. Nobady ever poficft'd that - ^S*!^�J-ow^ Mankind, which does so inuchCiedit ' yh>uataNaiurc, in a greater Degree than himfHf; nxm hence AT*** he was fecredy audiousof good Offices for ^-FJ^M^Ent* he was in his more publkk Piadice and V?",Taoa a >licnuous Aflcxtcr of Liberty^ From this Prim that-Zcal. which be diilingvifh'd in all Parts of his *4*efatout Mtknt Ovil and Relkious Government. He pof-U+tiwtural Qualifies of Mind that make Men capa-f^mogemtnendy krviceable, -which with fm'table Advun-^� E4�cirjc^ andaairuui^ Knowledge of Men, ren-JmV!"1 'Akirior to none. Anextfaordiaary Share of Wit, krl? *w Ma> *� ^100 frecjuendy producuve of,ixiegu-yS*_^?* Lift ordy, fcrVd to enrich his with a greater fcflgj*f8eauty. Order and Exadncfi. He everddpHM "�^wofWit which roadcMcn xnoic negligent of thcnfclrts, SSJr* lhc (everal'Putie* of Sockiy. Hk Conver- "wpaffionately defir'd by all who knew him, in which StaJwK^ -�f ^ IinagV�an�i Co agreeably foftcn'd tte aTTRn o� his judgment; and ibu agajn govon'd the Fire or" ^J^wuhtuch a happy Exactnefi. that after tome lime 2�nT 7* ^Pwy, "was natural to look upon him as a Be- fhriuhitgdxmmEJiamf^l^andtritndfibif, *�UaiaajfAftmberi ftferm>~ta ParHamtntfir Plort, WiUiSl^r^iibiti^ame MmAay Oe-itdj of (bis ttifiat^A^%ihtntbn are 'tWi tkm, ��-�giijie 'ibdr KttejjoK iJMtwpelfaMimtitn,nfak mUftt , fuUfaeSmn�buiged by tbem. JJ^aorfroni whom one had receiv'd the Uxongcli Obhgitions. 4a weiwur of his Death, he was not any way different in hb k??* T Mind from what he us'd to be; Co that the dofineof wsLifccouldi " of Mind from what he g^ue could cot be known by any thing but by the tccreaiipg jWyaof his Body, Horn the ordinary Continuation of �- jtatotivtjiait ~. IbtfttayCauda*baibtiaogrtealb toytur*t~ tan J------------, -.,-..�** Itafi it hoi beta say Study to taaktit Jo: A* tit 'EttBimJor a new! taaistanu dtaja^mar^ym wttpvt au Ltovt to effjtr you my Strvju, amd ify*a JklaU tbiaJtmt wartbyto bt cwtiau'd in that great jirs/f, I m'ft tmdttnmr ft fif!a^( it f; ih b/JI if AbiStf.-t am, ^____^....._______-. 7 Tear ami *U�d **d foiih/J bumble ^tnvant, : ' Micaj ah Pk R|tv. To the Worthy t-iverymcn of the City of SjooQoa. GtmiMis, TT is in compliance ttdtb the Earneft Requefts of * great h'ambtrf
Mt 'L' give Notitt tberHf to t/y Seruttnttti, at M*r*t,t *� fide, at few at may bt,
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