London Daily Advertiser, April 19, 1734

London Daily Advertiser

April 19, 1734

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Issue date: Monday, April 19, 1734

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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 19, 1834, London, Middlesex The Daily ' Advectifcf. Ntimk......$005. F R I D A Y, April ip, 1734- Paris-, April 23. VVhifpcr deals round here amongft our penetrating Politicians, as if the Plan concerted a't Ycrfsilies for the Opt rations of the enfutug Campain did not take in the Conqueft ot any Towns or Slrcnc; Places, it being his Mojefly's Rcfolutk'ii to make no new Acquisition, at the Expcncc of the Princes of the Empire but that the Projecl is, for the Count de Belliflc  m penetrate into the Electorate of Saxony, with a Flying � Cup of 20 or 35000 Men, whrlll the Marflial de Berwick " tarda the Imperial Troops, by feigning to attempt the # Siert of fixne Place of Importances that General, it Teems, -"iasjcoly toaflbre faitnfcSf in Earncil, of i'uch Polls as  mj fcrve to favour a Retreat, in cafe of a Run of ill " - TV Mode of making a Campaign Co poflefl'u car young y^hiflity, that it has carried them all off a volunteering to it Rhine or tbe Oglio: 'twas lucky for fome of them who ? �t emre infHr'd by the Vogue than real Courage, that the * SeaGuseliere ba�Iately*hit of the Iuremion of a Suit of 'ArmorBulletproof tiiat may be worn under the Cloaths, |-*ad6tfoeafjr, warfeveral wear them for the fake of Shapes,  life prttend to defpilc the Danger of a Mufquet-Ball, and * t& nothing fo ardently as to get within a Sword's Length cfdr Enemy. ^ v "Themury old dancing Marflial dcVillars, Commander adoef of the French Forces in Italy, died at his Quarters * atCtanana the id Inllant, in the 84th Year of his Age." Ow/, April 17. vVind N. E. Remain Jjis Majefly*3 Ships" Sterbi. LONDON. _.. TeSodiy at Noon Was publifli'd his Majefty's Proclamation fa iSjahing the late Parliament and calling a new one; {he Writs bore Dare Yeilerday, and arc returnable that Day two lfcKkj,Tbt the i^Ui of June. _Wg hnr that cn the return of his Grace the Duke of Dorfct fata Itched, the Earl of Scarborough will be declared LoroS liesCBantof Ireland ; that his Grace the Duke of Devon-&st�iU be nude Mailer of the Horfe,1 and the Duke of Jkris ttsan into the Poil his Gia�e held before bis going to Jab*], of Lord Steward of the Houflicld. We hear Jikcwife, that the Earl ol iirair is about to rcfign tkOwauandof hi> Regiment of Dragoons. Tie Lord Vifcount Torrington fucceeds the Lord Falmoutli, njmtTreaiurer and Pay mailer Generalof Ireland; and it tanjaow tobe kid, ilnl Arthur Onflow. Efq; the late Speaker, �3iHcte4 Lord Torrington as Treasurer of the Navy* The Right Hon. the Lord Vifcount Cornbury, Son to the hAttCksaddk and Dr. Clarke, Head of All-Souls College, ^ be recfeofen for the Unwerfity of Oxford without Oppo- Yefterday Bank Stock wa� ijo 1 half. India 1 35 1 half, 136. South-Sea Trading Stock 74 1^ half. Ann-iitics id. Ditto New Annuities too t Fth. Three per Cent. Annn ity S8 1 half. Million Bank 106 t half. African zy York Buildings 2. Royal A durance go 1 half. Ixmdon AlTunincc in half. New Bank Circulation cl. 10s. Prcm. South-Sea Bonds J..ja, Prem. India ditto 21 s. Ptem. Three per Cent, ditto 10s. Preni. Bngltfli Copper it. 1 J�. Weltb ditto tl. 1 os. Lottery Tickets 4I. 7s. S m� Faringdort-Wiihour, April the fgth, 1734. v � 1 . ...... T tbe Reqiuft of the Deputies, Coimnsn-Counal, ^ and feveral of'tie Wortby Lifrrymrn in tbis War J, lour Company it� drfii^d-at-tbt Cafile Tavern in Fleet-Street, at 7 0' Clack tbit Evening, to concert prefer Mtafurct in fapfatTifig tbt Inter eft of JOHN BARBER, E% Alderman, To I* one of tire Reprefentatit'ts of tbit City in tbe enfuing Parliament : Wbofe Prudent Conduit, and Human Deportment, in tbe Defence of Properly, and tbe Prtftrvalim of toe Peace and Tranquility of tbit Metropolis, we have fo lately and happily cx-peritned,__ _ _ To the Worthy Liverymen of the City of London. Gentlemen, ydS I betve tbe bigbefl Scnfe of the kind Trrvita- tion ft univerfally made me by my F.%'bnv(litizent, zvbieb is my fole Inducement to offer my Srrtice on tbit Qccafim, fs I entirely AiwlThomas Rowney, E% for the City, together with Hz. Strjotat Skinner. Vefetdiy Morning Declaration was made by the Deputy Hig�B*ihrFcf VVeilrpi'iHer, attended by the proper Gfltctfis, JfaBtieEltftiofi^f ^ratwbejsof^Parliament for that City aiui Ltarirsmould come on ntxt Monday Morning,--------- TkeScnitiay, wtta relation to the Cliainbci Iain's Ofike, is eunedonwuEgreat Aliiduiiy at Guildhall; onTucfduy Af-ttrtoon the Candiditci were equal, on Wednesday Mr. Uof-_JpA jbid a Majority cl" 7, and Yeilerday of 5: IlSAtoaday Se'nnigM ditd of the Small-Pox at Norwuh, Be*. Mr. John-Pop* Blount, A. M. youngeftSon of the Sit Tfaoaws-Popc Blount, of Twickenham, Bart, and finahtr ta.-SkHarji'-Pope Bicmnt : He was a young Gentle-"c� wtofc endearing Qtalicits make his Loft very fenlible to _ Im Rdadomaod, Frkc^s. -.-OfrWi'edaefiay Wwea-g about nine o* Clock, the Pleadiog* �g� *t E!y-hojfe in ilelborn, in the great Caufe of Trinity �65rge m Cambridge, sad Waited till uvo in the Afterncon ? fan part of thcCl^ige which tcuiccru'd the Viola tio S;atuto--BKJiVartlwth'd bv the Coun&l Icr the Plaintiff, Do�U>r.Aud-�y and Mr. Wycn afid-VeflcrddyMorning about the {lime Kour^ i^e Maljtcr's IMrcce upon that Branch of the Charge W 0-*. Andrews and Mr. Greaves. '�'n.Sl '"^',t'"-1)' 'a* >a U�c Evening Signora Cuz2oni, (o long ??~^ here from Italy, arriv'J at her Lodgings in Polaud-*W it gcod Health, and is to hng I otnonow Night'in tl.e pwa ClAiiiilne 2: the Theattc Royal in LintolnS Inn- Fieli. Vtatrtjy No. -- Ontcf the iccc Cu2tm in St. 1 24; was drawn a Piixe of 500 I. and No. , cuch 100 I. i. Pir/ ticb, as I jhall efleern it my higbeft Honour to. obtain, fo it Jbalt It ti't Study of my Life to endeavour to dejir-ve. I am. Gentlemen, April 18, Tear mzfl o^lh'd and 1734, hfifi obedient Servant, JOHN B A R BE R- To the Worthy Livcrvmen of the City of London. , G E K"ft E M E s'r TT is in ccmpliarce tt'tlb tbe I\*f*rtsat ntfrs/1, aid Ixr.v �s.7� avf-*'.� litm ts.Af bat if ,1 fhwe, ikvh&tbte, atdjintdf Jttad'trunt a tbe Li^ntt.% at rxa'i at lajerrjls efmj Ftllr.i> Citrttm, can a.sHe et:y Amendi, Thrmliff^tji~ibf�#jl*ml txe*td,-4uji / hofH-nlna^u eUtavew'i to fkeiK in tbe-Servite ef tbts City, ivill f.'�. are defrJ t* take As/irr. tbat tbe Eieilim of Knighi ef tbe Sbite fir tbe f:id Cvnttiy lullt-M�#, tn next Wedrtrfday, fiefrg tbe Z+tb"if tbit fr/'attt April, at tb* 7*iv&*trJ3tdf>rdt 'ss&spt&srw * &fk 'A.iJ.^ih^Li^^.T^'y*:: tbtir Vet ft fir - - ;- Tbe Hm. JO II N SPENCER, Efp Sir ROW I. AND A LSTO N, Hart. Aid. if fnAt of tie Freehldeu of tbt'fetid Cevnty, that art in tfe InUrrji of tbt afireftsd Gintleoien, Kt-bo-art i* agd abcii~~ /.stfc.-j, tciSl ntft at tbe Rtfe and C>&zt.rt Inn in St. 7r"*� Stiter, near IL'eb- Hall, If'eJiSmi/b/t/d, en fueflay Mtrxiit inert, near tiiiKi-nan, " ffr-^mnvpru, ttt 'tti!j,iay flfMiig u/xt, at 7 o'Ctxri, they *-.-;li' AtrTfurd a great matef'Ge>alts9m-jas^J^FuuLJdcn, that iiill be tbet glad to atiaiatktrry ibent-1rt&* f.iid ef Prdferd. "~~~' ' ' To the Worthy Liverymen of the City of London. G E �Tt.E M S N, �� AS' I have bad tbe Honour to ferve tbis lfonottr-\ able City in Parliament, for ivbitb 1 giveyau my nt9Jl /-early Tbanks, and as /-huend to offer my Service at tbe enfaing Eletfij);, I tbink it incumbent on me to make tbh fubfok AfpUcativt l-tyau, mf Brethren, for your Votes and bnttrejt, 'tttefr tjbaJl aliva\i rjleem as tbe grtatefl Favour done to, � Gentlemen, ..... ~ *-'"-tby to place this dsfiinguijhijsg MJurk -f your Confidence in, fo you may depend cn my unwearied Endeavours to tn.juil ta.lelf tbe mojjj rxncl and fa'thfiit manner cf tin important T>uji, if 1 Jbouid baxe^e~ttapfii(rfi''of mating y.ur Approbation : I therefore itcji bumbty l-jfe /if'ycrir Vc:.s ar.d lr.~ etefti -ttbirb f jha.llever Ink ufzn at tbe grttatejt Hint ON H-'ednefday Night tbire fit 'Jto take Nmtet xiat tin JUttb.� of Member* ti ft'ii in - f^tr^mtm~y^r~&at I'! ice. null in all ProiabAst^^er^ia-Jifsn Ah'day the Z.xd Vat cf lih 1%1-ent Aj'il, wJh* lley art Jrju'd to apfsar tbereAmril g'.-i-t .'Is '-rlT-ret Jir the tit.) p'efat Messverj, vArUvvdll be tfan'tt Jii'jt aiirzrxltdgwd byiiira. E Mjjlers cf all lb; tegular l.odgajf etc A*ik*t etsA Hxiuraltt S^Uty f frteanj^gutfttd Ma 'int. the lie .1! T*-z*.n 'aatb* TetijU l*a;ir of a moderate Length or: taUn 1-. at 1\ ;

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