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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 3, 1834, London, Middlesex The Daily Advcrtifcr. N'umV. 1017* Fft I DAY, May 3. 1734. Deal, Msy 1. IS Msjefly's Ship tbe Kintafc lit the Boms thai Moraine sad re-ataBa*; ttotvwAdatBabaad^hk Ma-jrfijr^B Shipa with tbt Outward-bound remain asper laft Lift. ArriVd fine*, John and Sarah, Hunter, fiats Boar* dents fir ILuabuign ; Mary. Poller-ton, from Galfipofy far HoBandV Jnft cainem his MajeftyY Sloop Hawk. ' A large, Man 0f War of about So o*' G�* � ni^ die SoaA-Forebad from �temt�ard. Sir John Nonis continaca to bare aUtbe Slat 6*board the Ships in the Down* ta Exercise their �SaY Aratf on the Deck*-:-He Ulcewift exercise* them in iSaWaf wariBate the Sams: and as to loosen any Sail en awn Slip, aS^be rrd do thefikc. and fo jDofcu. i fell cm? different Sail as be does which will �b yona* Sadors to the Knowledge of tbe Tacks, Ona**JlaBiafCB and Ropes way ban) acitht? aoct be iSapofbsSaqs �poniiitbeOfiarj.* TVL ON D 6 N. It f Jfcnfcntf rfrPaW��*raf; HtmkntHbji**tbt fkmPlmct. m his Majesty - CoL Yates trhnstn on Monday. [LEfaioneoftheLoi^ � of tbe Bcd-Chamber ***** Jla�.ij6tf Sir Wffliasn Jolyfc. But. jjiMTfowrinrT ESptbeold mrfiU. % Hoo. O*. TowOxad, Groom lajOaW w tbe Prince, f Hon-Edward Walpole, ' fccanlSontoStr Robert Wabjok. AiuwrOilw, % ImK ^li^atl^S^aS? 5S� IV tlx Members jtaSSr/oanBatianL Kofc.-57S _jfoBatfena, are to h� Seat� Norfolk far thtee L* , Jntlt^iWLadyofAc Right Han-the Lord Guilford Ig^arAcft^of Death of the ^mall Pox, atbb Hoofc in ^UyrebKfly AeLadylrbyas ttpp'd a 6th rime for the iMK atavMade inGiofKmr-ftrcct- Latx^taeR�jaiHon-U�E..lo4Scaraakw�in-Ur>-H awl if laaiTjf ifl at hit Hoofc in Bcke-fliear. Wdl- the Right Hon, tbe Lord ira^Clinrtftii wai tthcR^.lJr.}ainesShrpteni, fet.A^tojhe fTaarkintlieCoiffitrai�lDk�*ofYork. * ^diakjrNa, 12x03 was drawn a Prace of 100 L . 0> Wflij laft diad lakkaly in Holland, Mr. PuroeO. twwua J Ok Wittiani and Mary Yacht; Mr. Swan of tbe ArwraaYapk, ^appointed toatooaod him j Mr. Vauriiaa jjf akOawy tnyup to faceted Mr. Swan in the Cathmae} ' VMcJawiSacnwn isiaadeSitrgcon of thcGraapm Stoop. � Meeting of the Trcafiuers and Truilm of ItheXlauity-^cheob, cf tbe Ckks of London and jBoroagh of Sootbwark, and-adjaccst PUoes, iu �berc were prefent tbe Hon. Mr. Au-l. Sir WflJoBj Ctupmn, tlart. Ren-'Sir Rkhard Hoanr, kre AWcrman 'aid, v^h Henry Msrflull, �iq; Mombrr oT , fcr AmwflmaixJo Becks, with atxaa 200 more * J""? * the levatal C^ari^y-Scho�&, when uas cbofcn ; SiPinfcfetfeyear erAiitg tbWoiio�iig Gentlemen: * TteJJtpoj FarricrJca. I v Wiiliw� Ptarce. - jptrBUcyi junifan; El Yefterday they w*� a very nuOKroa Appearance of the Trdbm fat the laanaaty in Chapd-ttreet, Wcttmindcr. who ditfd toftther at the Mi-Tavern in King-ftrtct, at which Place the two Worthy Members tkQ. for that City and Liberty, did tbm the Honour of tbeff Company. YeftenJay � Man was coaunktedto Wood-ftreet Compter by Sir Richard Brocas, upon Suspicion ol murdering his own Child, about three Yean of Age. r^^VRO B E RT BO NVWOOD.% hmt dtfbt4jtm*ih% fit ttt Cenntf ^Esux ut tbt *txt High Water at Londoa-Bridfe thi� Day, at 43 Minutes after 11 i " " Yefbrnby3aak Stock wu 131 t half, a 3 4th*. India '137 1 half, 3 4th*. Sooth-Sra Trading Stock 75 3 Rths a 3 aths. Annuities ioi�; � $ 8th\ Ditto Mew Annuities toi, a 5 Sths. Three per Cent. Annuity 90,-Millio�rBanfc 1O4 1 half, Airkan a�. York-Builditigs a. Royal Aflu-ranceooi4th. London Aflnrance n 14th. New Bank Gradation 5L t;�. Prem. South-Set Bonds 18s. Prem. India ditto 31*. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 7*. Prem. Englilh Copper 11.15a, Wdft ditto, Bwks fhut. Lottery Ticktu 6L-8a,. - � ' JtfiSJ u mmjifotral ofAmxmlbf Livttymt* / tbt (Sitj, t&tlJZr, mtGM/mithH^ immJtrttfnfirJ/rtm tbneit* - _ I London, April 30, 1734. YOUR Merest and P*U are tyr'd for x AUtrmm BARBE R, jamrl*ttUrJMmj*r* Who was deeiarM to have the Majority in the Hall, T*hOmtftbi Xt^fnt�tivtttftbuCi$ntkt^^ Por-Mtomwt: BPimhnvtll ffiOid tt bi$ Mfjtfty KitQ Gaoacs, r%bmMijCidHtmtun laCtmnh**J StBtt,aMtinu*kmi Aftrior I fJU^jht* tmJPnmhgatf hu FtUnv Cituums. London, May t� 1734. UR PdUandInlereftarehumbly fcftr*dfor Sit Jon* fiA*NAao, AW. y^Aidtraltn. - MicajaM Paait^, -B/fi C. RoaeaT GoDscHiHtt, J � Wyamt Rt*n/hti*tiv?i im tbttnjiti*g rmrGammt, Mchg h tbt jUwtmmi Dtfirttf may tmhnt Cmu**,, **** *S.rte* rrfilv'4 tt fituj by *mt fif/m tat* tt6ir*4tiUr0 (�lit yttn*p that tmvmr. � . r-; AT. B. The PoU wiD begin thisMoroing atWPock, and will end for this Day; at 4 in the Afternoon, anoSt*s ndpM, thatlhe Liveryaen in their Inter^will poll for thens as poffibte. THE Worth Liverme* in the Inttrtft of x R.OB. WILht M6TT, Efr Attitjri ttmttt jtvtml tmimM Aftttkttti �mi Cititetnt /Jar D*u mt 1 o, 1 a. mmtt a t* C*vl, *t tbt Sty fttvtm im 'T&rmJ-mrrJUStrtrt. tflim/tht �xft**gt, t* trdtr ttfntttdfim. tbtutt tt ftll mt GmiUImH. _ Si a. M*y h t7J4� ff OUR PclUnJ Intend are bumU* defied for x ROBERT WILLI MOTT, BJfi Attttktuft Tt if cue tfjoar Rtftrtfatatrfti��tt* Psr&mnt,
,4E6rawv Micaiah Paaar, Eft 3 And _" To the AVorthy, freemen of the City of Coventry. 11/HE RE AS tbe EUZtlon for tbe City of 'r COVE-NTRY t,af^mt(dttctmmafMTatJaay tbt latb Jafiamt, yvarVtttt and Inttrtft art dtfirjfir. Sir "A DO LP H US O U G ITTO N, JBavt. . tfbo it a Ptrfin mtft xtakufly aftiitd tt tbt frtftmt bafff �/** blijbmtat bidb in Cbartbmmd Statei^m^iii^ibumbimfiij" " that in tbt ftvtral Parliamtatt in ivbithhe bat hmdtatBamt tt it ymtr Rrj*t/ts!2tt\�*ljtad Cr^vnTavtra ia Wb'tUeboftl: SaddleHarfti wiUb* Bart, ready at tbe fame live* at tbt Najg't Vead ia U'biUtbapel. 'IbJep'd tbjt Per font (tjth a^mta�dMtt4,mttbftltaTd,m tbt rntaa time tegt-ve in their Naatt at jMer tf iht JatdPJkett To the Wort^HPrcerrcSn Coventry. G s ntle men, of the City of: Mzvrtijeatents in this Paper of a moderate Length are taken in at fv:o SbiHmgt each. QN TucTday-.tbe x^Mant tomes on tbe Elee- , "'J'/ C O \>% N T R Y, nub* jtaFFi,, and latirtiH'fbanibiy iipH/led, (,f - ' ................'.......ft^&jfif'ii'W
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