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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 25, 1834, London, Middlesex                                THURSDAY, A�ri& % ^   .w   -1 fftrdsj arrftfd a Mail from Tranee*   , Pans* April jo. | E km nothing new to communicate from oar Armies on the Rhine, or in Italy. The Accounts of the old Martha! de Villars's Indifpofuion and Death wmthaWhHpcrsof the King's Levee at Versailles, but we do not find tint they are jet confirm'd by any Publkk Advices. All agree, that Don Cartoj goes on fwimmingly with his new Conqueiis; and that |,p^-aim trtim mod ot the Cities and . y,_ ."rr in Nacte. niukt therf Subrnifltoru to him, and ^Tlirir fenfew hh CathoJick Majcfty. aj. Wind N. E. The two Admirals witi the tJ\ZtxB, asention'd in ny Liil ftOI remain. Came down jfcadtW.ftinct&ofBiaxil, Veal, tor Genoa, Halfey, " L O N DON. * iStmbtntf tbt latt ParHamtnt. t JiWt" tvekafettau tbt fimt Place.  StmtMtmbtrt. Ua^^tadseenfcH^ PaTlhiMxrt crx^ onTaeftay. Lard Vere Benderk. Brother to his Grace the IlfctfStAteXoneof tbeCommiffionenof hisMajcily's Ct. LosdSidswy EewrcVrk, hit youngeR Brother. J Thomas Rowncy, �fq;   * MrrJtecordcr fcrfig b Berks.-$ Richard Pottmger, E(q;  * The I^Her^Giey, ofBillingbear, Elour'd and Blue Favours in their Hau with this Motto: Orwngrtrtbt Memory tfibt Great King Willi***. TrutBlue fir tbt HanaovtrSuction*, Yefterday Bank Stock was tjo i 8th. India 136, a i 4th. South-Sea Trading Stock 74 1 half, a 5 8ths. Annuities 101 $ 8thi, a t hau, with the Dividend, Ditto New Annuities 100 1 8th, a t 4th. Three per Cent. Annuity 89 t 4th. Million Bank 106 1 half. African a a., York-Buildings 2." Royal AiTurancc 96 1 4th. London Affurance 11 1 4th. New Bank Circulation $1. tos. Prem. South-Sea, Bcnda 1)1. Prem. India ditto 24s.-Prem. Three per Cent, dilts 8s. Prem, Engliih Copper il. 15s. VVeUh ditto il. ijs. Books Ihut.  Lottery Ticketa 5!. n. To the "Worthy LiVHryincn of the City of - London. , Gentlemen, AS I h&vt the bigbeft Senfe of the kind Invita- " tion fa mrvtrfalfy m�Ji mtfymj FiUonv Cirizem, ivbitb ii tmy fait Jnktcemtnt it efftr my Strvict v this Oeritfian, fa 1 tntirtly rtfy nyottfitfftSion and Gttxt-IHlf, and t&trt/hrt tumblj imtrtat tbi Favour sf ytur Votti and httrtji, that I may it tat ofjatr Rtfrtftntatiwi in tbt infaing'Ta*liamtnt; which, at I Jball tftttm it my bightft Honour to cbtain, fa it Jball bt tbt Study of my Lifi to tndtavonr t� dtftrvt. 1 am, (jemlemen, April 18, Ttar tnoft oblig'd and, 1734. Mm tbtditnt Strvant, JOHN  BARBER. N. B. Tuefday next being appointed for the Elcflion, I hope Peribnal Application will be difptm*d with. ------   Undm, 4fril_Al% 1754,  . To the Worthy Liverymen of the City of  London. yfS the Eleftion of this City xvill be fo /boa as Tttefdaj next, it will btimftjffibk form* H aff/ftojtm Ptrfinallyi tbcrtfort bumblt bott, that my Applicationto you may not bo thought improper at ibis Junilurt, in tbt JiUtnviitg nidmur i Gentleman, t As I have had the Honour of ferving this City in Parliament, I flattemayfelf that it will not be thought a PitVumpuon in me to offer myfelf as a Csestidateat the enfuine Kleclion: A Very eonfiitrabU Number tftl icojMtnof tbit City '.having rtfahfd ia manxtr, to tuffert andftimote tbt lnttnfiof trt ptmvtngum* tUmtn at Camdidata; at tit apfrwhmi �/rJ�M rfMmbtrtSn jcr-jt tbit City impArliamctt,ii%. Humphrey Parluns.EfqiandAtd. Sir John Barnard. Knc and AU.      ------- Mkajah Perry, Efa; and Aid, Robert Godkhall. Efcl and AkL Itisbq'dtbitLytwUmtrtagtntraTAttnbatim, ami A** nodi Centmrrtnctmjuil bt Jbnm in tbt Clm'tt tfjmw Gtmtkmf ivbt* lnttgrityamd Caftuiff for tbt Sfabargt ff this imfnrttmf Trujf mayb*tulfortlitd**.' - - "       ^ Soothwark, April 24, 1^4. *pH ^ EleMon tf hi embers to rtprefent tbu B*- tomgb in Parliamtnt, it afprnnttd H btgim Ttmtfimn', bang 'Thar/Jay, tbtfa Gtutltmtm thtrtftrt L4s. the Property of John.Wingncld, and Wiliam Jcl-laifibralaag open the Home ot Gcrraxd Bothomley in dKNifK acd acaling a:Xnrnyn. Twelve were Catt for , and Seven acquitted. -# Na 38667 was drawn a Priteof i_p.obl. and I *t*H3�r (2160, o8c?t. and 110310, 1001, each. M Jfftinjt with the Princrfies, went to view the Piduics of g*uuYandor.Myn, at his Hoafe in Princes-ftrect, Caven-m\ ifam, with which his Higtmefr was fo very wellplcas'd, teacceaet'd hhnttaaxnd the next Day at St. jamn's, and �pa htsa a whole-kngth Picture tor the Garter Robes; the �^hc]tjnsuic�fuuWd, to the general Sat>s&Aion �^CwtaadKrjjliry. This gave Occafion to hb Royal tivacbrJbe Pnsceof Wales to ht to him on Saturday latl whnoaa Pi&arc alio ; which done, in order so fhew his ggjEdto the Anal and his Art, he was pleas'd to defire bis �ke PrmceS of Orange, then present, to draw Mr. ��4er-MyB*s Pscobc. and oblig'd him to fit for it, which tarRoya] ILghae^coodeicended tod�, with an Affability and wfckh crann'd all prefcnt, �r;d with fo delicate and �j~TJ �Eaecotioo, and fo very like, that it ttrikes all n nidi Admiration. Nor is this great Honour, which "*r*f**bfStre hun could ever boall from a Hand fo noble, P* �"/T �f*k of the Goodnefi of the Royal Family towards �b. fence sm late Majesty and both their prefcnt Majeltics ^�p-aWto ftandGodfathers and Godmodier, by Proxy, �p^Godcsnan's Son George, now Seven Years of Age. ii*rS'V*3, �   Sirmun will bt frtacVd mia* txedkney tf tht Uturgy of tbt Church of England, T^ft'tt'M'f tl*l*" Mr. John Hutchms) at tbt �fSt. Marylt Bvu> in OxapjUt, by tbi Rt tb Inflant, I big lta be (kbits'4 a| the KJDf*l\ ^dnmaUtmm^m GlKTltMla, 0JyHE mat and generous Encifcf> rttrivdfatm mam tmimtnt Citintms, am Littrty if mating ym th'$fmNki Ojftr tf m of par Rtfrtjhta'tivti at tf* affreaciimg Em /nw rbit City in Pmrfamtnt,      v      \ ^   ii* / b*m tb* btghfi jirfaj^thj*l*tr tboj* ttarwat ymt'danm wtrtiy to'fiat* rib jnmr Coafidfntt im, fa *� may drftndm my xme to acmnS myfatfn tit mid aMt mmlfmAfii pmtaM Tnf, if I /bmU La** t** H*ff~ Affrobattm: Ttbntfwt mop bumty kjwjm trrnjl, mittf- J Jbmlltvtr kekufemast&tfrm tan bt dent n� GendcnMn, liar null obtJiftt, ami Mf faittfrl bm RoiBrtT   

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