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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 7, 1834, London, Middlesex Adt&mfi mmm TUfeSD ATT, Mat ft 17J* ESTBRDSY hb Grace the Dolce 30. of Dories
\, Gtntltmr* and FttthUtn, aJJimbUd �t tlx Cr�rhr/^�u>-trr-Stj}im> ef tht Pratt / tbt ll'rjl HiJii^ 9/ tit Cmnfy Trk, Mi at PtntrfraStlt z$d Day tf Afrll^ in lb* '71b Tiar of x9ur Majtiljt Rrigtt. WE your Majeitv's loyal Subject, the rulKces of the Peace, Grand jury. Gentlemen and Freeholders, at-> fembledat theCtid General Quartcr-Seilions, beg Leave humbly to congratulate your Majeny on Occafion oJ the late happy Marriage between her Highnefs the Prince^ Royal and his Sc-rene Highncb the Prince of Orange; a Nnmc which breaths- J Enj.lHh LJbeny and Property, and every thing dear to all true Englifhmen, and true Proteltants ; Titles wliich had been long before now extinct, had it not been for this Prince's great and gtarknn Ancdtor, that Prince of Orange, from whom we originally derive a)I the prefent BJclEngs of thi* Nation, and the gnatefl of all, your Majefty, and the Power we now have of thanking your Majefty for all the Hopes and Fears which arife from this Marriage: For what isrit-tbat the Caufc of true Pro-teSantifm .may not hope? What is it that Its Enemies may not rear from this happy Unkm, and from that Perpetuity it pro-mifes to our prefent Happinefi I As your Majefty does every Thiny in the Power of Majefty and Goodneis to perpetuate our Happinrfs, we in Return cannot but do every Thing in the Power of Loyalty and Gratitude to perpetuate your Majefty'*, and will make it our Bu-unels to convince all Men that this our Gratitude docs not cou-nll only in Words, but in Activity, and in doing all we can to chuie and lend fuch Rrprefcntarjves to Parliament, as are not likdytogive upthofc Civil and Religious Liberties of Eng-liflunen, which your Majefty by this, and oil the Steps of your Royal Cooduft, does all you can to prclerve to your Majetly's t~motrrdnrind and foyal Subjects. _- Minutes 3* 30 29 29 High Water at London-Bridge this Day, at 31 after z in the Morning; and 49 afar 2 in the Afternoon. . Ycflerday Bank Stock was 132 1 4th, a 1 half. India 137 1 half, 138, 137 3 4U1S. Soutb-Sea Trading Stock 76. Old Annuities 1017 Sths. Diuo New Annuities \ 01 7 Sths. Three per Cent. Annuity 91. Million Bank 10c. Alrican 22. York-BuiMings 2. Royal Afturance 90 1 half. London Aflurance 11 1 4th. New Bank Circulation 6t. Prrm. South-Sea Bonds 11. 2 s. Prem. India ditto tl. 17s. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 14s. Prem. Englilh Copper il. 1 J>. Welm ditto, Books fliur.. Lottery Tickett cl. S I R. London, April 30, 1734. To the Worthy Liverymen of the City d London. \ GS NTIBMKK, Aldtrman GodJibaU having thtigbt JH �* ** / dtilijtfjfmwdhf my ft*pr a C<** mcnd, Eiq; 113 1� ?^ PoB far Members for this City, onebfing the Books �**Night, jRoodtBss -. ' Forl^.Parioos^--�.....2046 Sr Jbnn,'Bvnird^"'l^.'"i^'"" 2042 "' Mr. Perry, � � . i8jo Mr. WjBimaq, . � , 1361 , Barber, - -1243 _ _ U*. GodicbalL--1078 inrLttSaeullier, Caps, Shepherd, from the Eafl-Indies, is T^*�tbeDownT KiL-S^'f �bawttwoiothe Aficrxoon a Fire broke out at Zi^***** ^BriiewcU Bridge, and burnt dawn the Houfc ZaL bniMrT, as likewise that of a Badilead- j!\Z'lJ**?txlJ)oart and several other;, together with part YrfJSf^f* Meedng-hooie in Bbck-Fryars. w IT*/57/85 was drawn a Prize of ioocoI. which rrJT "5* Property of Mr. William Thomas, a Land ** �Oatnovaonfe, and No. (0462, 10001. which ^JoMi- ABcrofj wCornhiB. * ;Uon, the Eail of Egmmjt baa re- *)f*OUR Interep and Poll are defir'd Alderman BARBER, jour late Lord Mayor, Who was dcclar'd to have the Majority in the.Hall, To be One ef tbt Refrtfentatinitt of tbit Citf in tht en fang Par-liamtnt: n'boisiotu afftStd to bit Majefty King George, car boffy Conftitution in CburtbarJ State, and a sealant Afftrter cftbe Rigbtj and Pri-vilrpei of bis Felltno Citixrni. May 7, i-34- 'T,HE Worthy Liverymen bftbh Ciiyt wbo have * pot poWJ, and are in tbt Intertfl of Mr. Alderman BARBER, Art defir'd to meet Sir "Richard Brotai and Mr. Aider man Cbamfsa, at GoldjmitbiHall, tbit Day, at eleven, one, and ibrtt, in order to proceed Jrtm thence to poll.__ ~ May 7, 1734, YV/� Friends of Mr. Merman BARBER X at tbt Nortb Side of tbt Ward of farringdon-Wtibout, Cltrktwwtil, IJlington, and Parti~adjseent, are drfird to met! at the old King t Head nt^r Smilhfield-Bart, tbit Day at tm and at tiOO, in order to proceed to Geldfmitbi Hall, an/join Mr. Alderman Champion and bit Friend/, to poll for Mr. Alderman BARBER. Si a. London, May-7, 1744. YOUR InUrefl and Poll are dtjir'd for . HvurtiiY Pa asojrs, Mjgi ~J John Barbir, KAldwnm. Sir John BaInaid, Km. r~ Micajah Pcaar, Efy; j To be your Refrejentatiiii in tbttnfuing Parliament. JVViL Mr. AUeraandQopic'iiALL, fn order to pttfixre the general Intcreft, has thought fit to rcfigii.___ To the Worthy Liverymen of tlie City of London. A L TJIO* fame Advertifements in the Daily '**,^J?oJl-B'oj (baving'a plain Tendency, by invidious and gronndleji Rejjbfluni to inflame your Pajfiom, by bringing into Vneftion tbt Cbnrtb and DiJJhten in tie EL Urn of Mr. Willi nuft) defirvt omff Laughter and Contempt, and maybe inAly deem'd a Force upon every Mani Under/landing.. // may be tie-cejfary, to prevent tbt bad Defign thereof, to rtpreftnt to ycu, That tbt rrartby Merchants and Citizmi if abUTtjUmonu^ihaljb^ Right jo to do. lam, _____ -- .' -M Gentlemen, Vonr mojtobllg'd, and - I Mo/l devoted bumblt Servant, RICHARD SHRP-FAR9. To the Worthy Freemen of apfy Conftitution in Church and State, � Lover ef Ptmct aw� I Unity, ana etveri rvay Qualified f&frjmpfrtamt* Trnfh. --3 NB. Tie EleSion begins on Tntjfdajtbt iybln/lemf.�^tA Fmmen in and about the City of London art dejVd t$ it tiara intimt.__ ___ '.-�. ------------Norwkb, M*�b4i 17*4..--| To the Freeholders and Freemen of the and County of Norwich. Z&HER*EAS the EUflion of Members fori P" ,he Juid City it nyw fix'd It be om Wtdmfday At\ I c/A Injiaiiu^K arA lujnejl it eatmflly re^J^ymi^ Animadierfiens tbtrieu i a Pruthit jo mo*jlrous, at n.ujl be dt-ttficd by every bonejl Man, And, zd. That Mr. Ifillimott't Cbarafltr, at a Churchman ami efbe'^if, fuefiitn'd bj any Ptrjon wbatfitver %tbo bat the fufd City . , fiamu'yixygtis and lntn0 it eatmflly rt^vfUJtl_, -Mk JmptjdL(^k*&mAJbriaVp. ^^.^hl^nnyo^yoln^^l fo good at to impute tbt Omiffim tf ftr final ApflieaHan,rtr jiarvj titular Letters, to unavoidable Ditficnuiii, and mot (a, of Rtfalt in m, vJbofi Dtfiit and Ambition it it, Otn_ S/all le, u ba-vt your Ejitcm and Approbation, nubnmrt,, m Gentlemen,______ _ ' " ' -J Ymt m*A faithful andoidim Servant!, .W E. WARD. * - mii.es- bra nth w avri May 6, 1734. I If? HERE AS tie EltZJion for the County of l. !>ShX i-i// be T.nsrrnw the jtb hflant, tbit it * give Suui to tlx Frtthtldm are in the Jntttejl of i>:r ROBERT ABDV, Bart. | a s r� I THOMAS BRAMSTON. Efp | Tf-at :.i tbt fid Cuiii-ti -m!1 be njj, at rh Radnmam^ C fed - - � - ' ' ..... ' ' * 'itMjle-Rur tic Sun la-.itn 11 Uiibun ; Andtlntt �*"- 'jp*l. SjJJllUfitwJlmf A�i'l and Crov.i Tjvtm in iFrittihaptt. SjJJZtllmfit * read, at tit fame time at tit AV?'< Head/� rt'litt.lapeL 'tit dejir'dtbatPtrfoxt fj f beauiMmd*i,J,%MJltki
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