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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 2, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advertiser. Numb, toi^i THURSDAY, Ma V i, 1734. * .mm*-'**" c*.      >-'    A' Yejlttday arrhfd a Ms� from Frsxst. �Paris, � May 7. (N the 4th In&xrx I Cafife of' Tnerfcacb fcai ta&mriwi so \ hk Majfir'i Troops, aid E2a� lie Coon dr BeEr&r fad tesm'4 a fight Wiottnd daring thc5�ge_. The next ExpoEaoacf sJasGesBsal : will be agimS:Cd^etex� at cedes so j render his M^e&f tseks \tshr sE lir ' The Chevalier 'de Ei Cxocx. wfcl bis Cu^soy of Volnntetrs, Baving. been maastnTti c&ae tlbelsajK-ftljfh had hid up * large Qtantity at Kay xad Ossas Bsr�gr�, tBpAer withjcoo BombfLelb, made aa Esrerfca tiaEaw. ;3lthrKW^fBe wbokMafcuane of Fcrage zsd -^wiMttiarka ^^In (he Night of the 29th ulc the Marfctl efe Bcrncks Army, confiflSig of 50000 Afen, begia o pai ewer tie RAoae, ' with Dcfign, as is believ'd, to attack the Eseacy is i&cs . late, before they have time to fcmfy ibaoH^oaifpraseff. ' Letters from Cremona aojaatnt as, tfiac. dnt Traces     tie Attietcoodnoe qakt in their Quarters, and t&as fJbcK of rJhc ; Empire decreai'd daily by Deads aai JDeftsBBCE. The Dauphin is ill of the Meafii They write from Leehitn, that the: SezCt c� tkx\&ps� cf Cbrfio*bbecome fodefprraie, thaeeheGcaoefrase'iaTsasrf Maud. Deal, April $0.  Wind S. W_  TBerwo A�=rralb aaiete Iltn 0! War rcmaio, with the eecmtvi bonai wnririrfd es " toy     the Mary, .\ factional, for Lrrfm ; and dbe > ; %Hnshatn, Padey,Jrora ScCiwilog&eVs; .....' , CjeeS, fion Marfcilic;, for^ Hamburgh. LONDON. f Minders of tie lati ParBsssexfi.-"-----~~---7- t Mmbtrt recbofiji at tie pass Purer, * Kfie Mimltrs. Meroben �br the enfrang RttEsraene cfcofci era Scssdaj. "   AUhrmh.  f Hon. HenryPeioais. E% E=c2jj� cafe _      the Puke'of NewcaSIe, PajrcaiSflr ct ^t&t A*:?. J WiUiffla Jeflbn, Elq; Puitne }cr%e �* Cftetfer. hiipaUtr. % George DctLiiE^ca, Eaji  o t Thomas Pahner, E%; iio Jigainfi*       " 1  TcceH. Eig >j C&rtBrbmrtb. t Jo&ph Hisxman Wcohnse!, c� Htm Fold  Edirard Hooper, Efij; Gri*$j-  Sir Robert Sutton, Kra�&c cf tfce EhSl * R� fcrnKflkht, E�g; �' KMartjhnqb.  J Sir Henry SSngfby. Bart- J lira. Ra-ttaiAranrfei, Efij; SojTejor4SenetaFc#Ae Vfcefes. ^liiujttr. -| Sir George Bntrimcrar, Bas- t CeexgeWa^a, �.. Mttttti. % Lord Mcrpet&, Sen ta� ifce Eaal cf CtaCrife * * SirHenry liileU. Bare, Mwo ^/r/i^.- J LeoBarcf Smfe-tfe.flrri;�f s3�Obd--��. 4 Henry Peirfe, tSg, � -  t-Sw Henryfl^fctraiv B*^ -|.a%e � Afenrtx aa' taMyfty't Forces.  J Nichclai F*x�i&�rley, E%; - . 'w5*w,M*�"�� * 1^4.. John SzcksSr, Sea to itj G=&ae sie twfol DbHet  * Hen. Majcw Contpat. Grtttlf^KS.   X Samuel Edwicii,^ Uada TeSaaf ^E�theoj*er. * \Viai^ Verier, E%fe fo^l"** * ^otd Borrfrncre.   | in Roger EuiSBaagSi, _ Members- cfcefin cn ^ ?TE*izy. Mae. * John SeJwvr, )un. Efq: Sen to John Selwyn, Efqs T ViIttuii Sttpelton, Bdrt.  J Henry Penan, fci^;,. YeSrrday at (batting ti>c Book*, the Poll for the Members �37 iiat City flood tins :____________ _ ..... For Sir John Barnard, Km. Xfz. Parfaas,...... Mr. Perry, Mr GodichalL Jk!r. Barber, - Mr. WiUimott, � 2-6 268 203 lOO OaTae^ay ^Jight lafi Samuel Rcvnardfon,E(q; was fworn m one of tbcSix derks in Chmcery, in the room of Sydenham Me3&% ��3; and Ycilcrday was introdue'd by the M)Avr of vat Rc3b to tbt Lord Chancellor. LaflScnday JrAn Corraocr, Efijr of Rougham-Place in the Gaumy cf Suffolk. wa� married at Gray's-Inn Chapel to Mif� AmChralcr, a young Lady of Beauty and Fortune, one of the Dtax^hsers cf the laic  ........� Chciler, Efq; of Cockenhatch is tlie CooBty of Hertford. Oa Monday the 23d of April was baptiz'd at Tinmouth O^Oiarci ii^oHijanirxiland, John Mann, San of Thomas 5i5aasn rf riot Place, w'hofc two Great Grandfathers, and two were Godfathers and Godmothers, all �ayeafeft Healti sxd Seoic. Ye&aday Na 101467 was drawn a PHtsc of e.00 1. and No- 11^945, and* 106980, 1001. each* Weibcar, rial on Mooday Night laft there being a general. fri*ySeaxci, iry virtue oftwo Warrant j under the Hands and Seals ci itirttcn cf his Majefiy's jullices of the Peace for the Camay �f >5id31eiar. and Liberty of Weflrninfler, divers dif-arderly Periomj werejaken cut of feveral Night-Houfcs and JCsgic-Cdlais, betwixt tbc Hours of eleven and two in the J-liECsng, nho were cairy'd the next Day before the Bench of jjiSocs at Cjc Y'tflry of St. Clnnent Danes, and toarteen of zii-jn were commiucd to lard Labour, to Tothill-fickls ^*  ~ It-.. .-A3- mlrifc U*i**rfty. | The Hera. E4*ir-I Fisiifc. Eafi I Hon. TfcomasTownfliead, Li?; ce^ �� tie Teliss.if xic Exchequer. P�thjltr.  X Sir WirTam Cask, F^r.   *        Sxmas, foj&iy. J Edward Afhe. E ^. axifd* Lcri c�* T^Jt. ittoB.Horau,Tj}wci^nd, Aw���w. t Sir laha Cope. Ears,   f Ct;t EoiiL-Bai Aiar/fttrwg*.  J Edward Liili, Eio; Ci.^}-.Vj- Six �V^. T Francis Seymcur, Et-n --�M ^TowS:,~E�^" * -- tute�,'t-i# ' I witomHaye, E% ?�'emb�s ehe^n on Tc�t2��-. ^tfarrt^ /iwj. 1 John Co-iu_r. Ei,i i.bicr ci ti* On SxrardJ^' la!l-be�g d>e 27th of April, the Sttpney Fcaft Iif33 ai the s&al Place: There was a greater Appearance off GrnTlrmm cpoa the Occafion than, was expefled. The. 'Scnagin �as preadTd by the Rev. Mr. Rawlins, Chaplain to sic Jian. Sacirty of Lincoln's Ion. There was an Anthem Jong before and after Sermon, one compos'd by Mr. Purccll, Thrffihrir by Dr. Green, who play'd the Organ, and the Col the Ciqr To the Worthy Livtrytncn of London. G IS fit M E N,        - .     ' 1^ U^HeanJtdl^mUuAi, and titjfo \ />'*JiM' ^U^HtHwr        J      J" ~     7 . ... the h& Yai'i ^TJifrm Boys pat oat Apprentices at 51. per Boy Gss/ea ai.tsadry Times in Bread- and Money 7... ta lefiiiS poor djiUciTdTimiljcs � - \ fat rlnalhinj; Tea poor Boys      .    �     . , � I. 80 s.   il, 00 00 ^5 OT OO It  19 00 117 oo oo TJ>� jSaamflinrrnsCTCredcd the Collection , -   '02 06 00 _    Tne Stewards cho&aJ^r the Year enfuing nre, Tii Hon. Sir Geo. Waltco.   John Pftillij^on, Efqj tr Wsliaai Cfcapmin. Bart. I Mr. Deputy John Potts. Csarles YiisbraigiC E%       1 Corktt, E/q> . ..  � Laforib, | Perry Mayne, El^; ...................."�i'"-"--'--v';"i~frafc"Ri�omoT"':" Hh Gsaoe lie Duke of Mon- cgjue, Hcmy N'eal, E%: T4ie Rigni Hon. the Lord Hairy. Capt. James Winter. Henry Fox,'Eft), CaptrRfeh�d Sfratton. James Stcuart, Efqj Gibion Dalzcll, Eli]; , iligj> Wares- at London-Bridgc^jbfo Day, at 45 Aliuutts aiLcr sctifitfceiaQming, and 14 after 11 at Night. Ye&rf*y BankStock wa� 131 j 4th. India 137 1 4th. SJiiii-Sea Tracing Srcck 7 ^ 1 4th, a J 8lhs.   Annuities 101 I 4&. - Dioo New Ammioes 101. Three per Cent. Annuity S3 1 aih. Million Bask 104 t half. African 22. Yorlt-te-r?tltrtgs z.  Rayal Arlarance 90 1 half. II 1 4ih   New Bank Circulation 5I. 1 os Bond*      Pmn.  Indu ditto 29s. Prem. �mo 6s Frem.   Ei^i&-Coppcr 11.1 js. ifiim-   Lonerr T�cktu 61. i os. London a flurance Prem.   South-Sea Three per Cent. WeKh ditto Books sis. London, April 30, 1734. for lalerefi and Poll are defir'd Jldcrmam BARBER, your late Lord Mayor, Who was docWd to have the Majority in the Hall, Tm Le Out of tit #'i**kulattiei of this City in tbt enfuing Par-2^mj.u::  if'be n r2tU affcited tu bit blajrfty King CitoRGh, ^f^yCsxyiitjauiB lailLuTih and ideate, and a x-eatcui Affntw sifrlt Might! mu� Privileges of bis Ftllnu Cititeni will end for this Day at 4 in tKcAfrcTnoonri^nd it** bop'd, that the Liverymen in their InteteU will poll for them ta torn as pollible, 771 *IayU 1734. to the. Worthy Liverymen of the City of __ London. .   ._' "'Gentlemen, .....-Z,....^* JX/I1- % Leave to requejl tjbe Favour of yeutz. Po/hi/id T'iterejl, to l>e youi Rehrtfeutaihui intbttn&itg Parliament^being encsaragd-fcyibt-AdfUtttkd..D.ifiiti^-m^t0t- Number of eminent Citiztns to cjf'tr ytuZinr joint SerVtee.   ff't ajfuie you of our utmoft Vigilanet in the difbai^t^tbtJD^^fU^^f^ Gentlemen, Your mofl faithful and' obed'ant Servant/, Hum. parsons, john barnard!, micaj-ah pe rry, rob. (JODSCll.ul :2| To the Worthy Liverymen of the City ot London. G k nile men, _______ T many Meetings in feveral Parts cf this CtYf of great Numbers of Liverymen, tkey lawi rejei\ej. to eUi in Concert with tbo/e coiifdu able Merchants and eminent Ciiiztsu who ba-vi fo verier a II) pi otnoted the Inter eft of Mr   R OB E R T  W.I. JL.LI M OTT. At the prefeui EleUian of Members to refrefent this Cify im Parliament, and at be is a Gentleman of inow* AhLtjst And ,bt         �** �"* M1 c a j a h Vt r r y . Efr, Aid       y Ho u t K i WlUlMurr, Efq;  Merct^ent. To feriie ibiiCtty in the tnjuina Farliani it. i :d C,ncu> i it.t. d2m:ihu&~&~-i&.J>_
                            

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