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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 11, 1834, London, Middlesex                                UR DAY, Mxt'ii. 1734. Dim/, 3% i R .John Nomj and Admiral Stewart, fliU remain in the Downs, with the Natnur, Edinburgh, Prfoce�> Amelia. Priocei* Caroline, Grafton, Norfolk, Burfoni, Buckingham, Exeter, Diead-Dougba, SunJeiiandj, Hampton-Court, Berwick, York, hUnfalc, Orford, Captain, and Torbay ; Pool, Griffin, and Briojgewater, Fucfiiips ; and Cruizer, Otter, Hawk, Spy, and Hound, Sloop*, swdtwrn and finTd, Suftnnah. Carey, for New England. JhJtfA, the Greyhound, Chriftian, Itata Jamaica.  Wind LONDON. ttttU/l Night arrvv'J a. Mail from HAland. writ* from the Camp before Dantzick, that the Gar-ain p| fiat Place fa�inadefeveial Sallie* withliulc EtFctl� STthtRnforu have thrown $00 Bombs into to* Town, and taj^M fcve^ Hcwfa i� the Ncigtbourhood ofXing Su-0*AYl3aa, that_ 00 the 8th -Inflant, N. S. General Uvea's Troops carried a Fore of great Importance to the of the Place with**rt Wecnaelamod. and ^Mtba/Bxtecs had thereupon wrote a Letter to the Ruf-MGeWav^opray hint to fulpsnd rtoililiries, and receive tkPKVO&Mnt which they are ready to make him, under the SLfr&aafthc Pruffan Miniftex j bat it was not known, at Xprmrmrr of the Port, whether the Count would Men to Sf�nntaties or proceed in the Bombardment. ftace B�g*nc*� Army is encamp'd at Heilbron, where he |� eantncVd and ftrongly fcrafy'd himfclf The MarOul dtBowkk is advane'd within two or three League* of him ; gj| tt the; Mardul has order'd all the fevera! Bodies of the F�ti Army to join him, it7belie�*d that he defigns to at-l^ttelinMrndina in their Camp. added) that 12000 Impenalifis hare, after (even! Re-pjfa| achtalfy pafs'd the Rhine between Britack and Hun-gBjovj that the ElcAor of Bavaria is faid to have: dedar'd fctte Estperor t and that General Merci having oroii'd the f� and estrencn'd htmJelf as formerly menticn'd, the Allies bjs oaadoo'd Mirandola and fcveral other Polls. *fir tatting is every Mo- aot in Exportation to receive News of an Action, both in IoJy aid t� the Rhine. * Horatio Walpaie, E   Sir William Wolfeky 6sf . ,  Henry Drake, Kfi/ 47>A^ ltnund-  - Put, E%- 16^ lifi t Edward Thomfon, E(q; one of the CommifBoncrs of dwTjauDing.  Sir John Kaye, Bare LaftWedaefljiy the Hon. X Btnjunin Bathmfl. and * Tha Cb�flar Efips. vcre choCen for the Countr of Glouccfler, q/k& loha Steuben, Efq; the Poll ftandingVaa, for Thomas Cheflcr, Elq; 3606 ___      The He& Benjamin Bathurfi, E% 3266 John Stephen, E%________ zbxo Vtflmlay in Scrutineers were chofrn on each Side, to *x-^"�theJNl of the late Eleclion in Southwark, and the �BaScminywfll begin on Tuefday Jiext. wi*qS&cJ%t4acn^    S?4^       l345'' i N�ht Mt- i*T3 AfhkV. who keeps the J^oooaiWh-houfc, (the Perfcn who fixft undertook the ma-^^fc^Punchiin (mail Ptoportians) was admiueda T* �� Accepted Mafia, at the Anchor and BapuAVHcad -         tttjyactiy.bay.:-- �-.................   ................. ThtHeaioBforOrgaiiift to St, Michael Comhill, in the SkuW5ew�th, comes on in a Fortnight's tunc : B_S^^^b�w��Nlr. John Young, Jan. and Mr. the Worthy Freemen of the City of Coventry*. GtSttlMEK, ------------ , , IV Tutfday the 14/6 hjlnnt eows on toe Eltc-titn fir r*V City ./COVENTRY. W�       r*t mmi Inttrrji art humbly rtfurfltJ, by Tewr mull faiibjitt batiblt Str-vant, ----------   '      VlLl," BROMLEY. 0 the of To the Worthy Freemen of Coventry. GtMftlMt It, 'JTH E EUBiox of Members to reprefent the faid Citfin r*>Iiumtrj, eViVj *tfointtd fer tutfday tkt \\tb Injiint, yattr V*ta and Intinjt art d/firdfir *  JOHN   BIRD,  Efr. iThjii xtaisxfy aft8td tt bit M*jtjty Kif$ Gaonot, tit Brtjii^jiiikn cf&r bofp CenJfttatiM in Church and Utatt, and aim^jtm Pntztittr rf Ut^Jrsdt and Ptofftriiy vf tbt City if Cvetnt*?. ,1"'   J 1    I   1   n 11 ii 1111 1 11    ' 11 11      I       I     ' May 8, 1734. To the Gentlemen, Clergy and Freeholders of the County or" Kent. fH E EkmoH of Kmfbts of the Sb'tre for the X Cczrti  j4* and P.ir.n,ei�, una raijr be Ipu'Je �i'tl> on 1 he Uuicli M ilk m fcidrargs Time, iho Am-(terdam Cxtfte houl'o, � at int KtJ Lyun oml San in Swi.tii"Valley, both near (tic Koyal 1 Exchange, ai Mitrucl Ulai d'i ai fjic lygcr ocor '� Towci-d>  l> **>EDWARD  DERING. Bart. +litfiitik,*ttbtSi:cr,  **d tmcJdtu tj t-e jaii Oinrtj. e>V  t^m U iLiJ/--^.  � N. B. Coachciand Horto will be ictiy at the a��c rUcrt, .tesojmludacefuch FnxbsAless a> aic uoi piuvi^, �^ '^X �r maiedid to fend in their Names a* i'pccdJy as poiifcie, it* ^Httton. attheSwanTavaamCar.it.ill; cr Mi. Edward ?*fet4 at the Crown Tavern in StutUwiik. Lincoln's-Inn-wiii t� jailortu'4 a AT the Theatre Royal .in Field*, rbii Dal, facing ihe i lib ol" May K�w 0?E�A. call'd M    N    E    A    S, The Char alter i art all wiv daftd. 7l*PriamdB^**r*p*iitpil*r+tllaJfaGuitie*. Fir^Gallery 4/.   "tfjfir Gallery 21. bdr-Tickxit will bcdtlitct'd at ibc tedlwi*ritud lavcru in Smrhamp �on-(lic�, ai Whiie't Ch>X'jI   Pcrtbo wtiaicvcr lobe aJmuicd IvhiuJ ilia Sceaci. For the Benefit off Mr. H o u c. h to n and Mr. Harrington. AT tho Theatre Royal in Covent Garden, 00 Musdaj the i):h lull, will be prcfciiied a Comedy, The   PROVOK'D   WIFE. Written by tbt late &> John Vanbkugk. i't Join BnTteT'XO' QjsTu i Cifliot. Mr. Witker; tltirrlVer, \ff. Ryaa ; HfUr. Mr. Chjptoan ", I-ady Fanciful, m11. Yuui.^ci , 1 t4y Bfo-c. Mn. i.alliiD. tkliud^, Mia. Uutyol* . Madcio i|L-.:c, m(, 1 if ucfic. j \,Vua a Ct.inctt3 a li^iic by Mr. Lcvrridge ,and Mr. Lu^ucit.', pr. per T'J whtb wili br �c.:ci 1 Ha lid-Oprri, c�l'"d The   MOCK    LAW Y Ii \  Lagucrc   Mr. Le Sac aod ^f.lifi Bil! 11,   M . l�t *t*i4 'l>ijiit> >  nmvig rci ,,ei'j I,mi i;*�pah!c of p^r.^iai ~l '-'fx 1+11 .f 1 a l.i. if, * 11 h 'ui 1 imiiiUli   4i�i d ul i"� � xa v. c arc o&.:{*  A T" the Theatre Royal in Dmry-.Unei ^* 0.1 Monday the 1 jth c* May, will be fMctte**! a Tnf*JT> OTHELLO, M��r �f Venice. 57 Othello (by pamcular l>cfi�) w be attcttprH hf ate.CMif| iXijenfjfla, Mi�. Cli��; Imilia, Mr*. Ctttarr, taf>, Mr.A.tWAajB* : Kodtry , Mr�.ChsrKc; cJBp, Mr.ltewirti ftalwv Mr. CnttiJ^y donta, Mr. Turbuit; KrabauiD, Mr. Sosaaa i MC*i*�w� *�r. Wk*t.,: IMie; Craiiat-o, ,\(r.Cvtty. ,     .  *^ �/^Vri Faritty tf Euttttainmtrrti  of $%f*f ~nwi DmaJfr i >       ,........   -        tmrt'umlartf__ .  � � and or Art I. A Teneri Affcti. a Uoctto, r*>f br ^r*� Cftbcr |�I Mt�. Bailkwr." " ..,'": Eod of e\a It. irar mr N>>ta� M|/ Itfmm*, tm% bf Mrs. MaMf^ ^ F.iw .>t At! tit. n*t*iiit hy *k�or. Ni�eU� *! Mt6 Maaj- ; ;EiUo4 Aft IV* A*tii+w ,      fcr**1*- CiWNr. tod of th�' lay. A new r��oo(iic Itaiiaa &v3( bf *ar�.Iamtt� To which toy defirt) wilt btadM � Farce catt*4 , The INTRIGUING CHAMBERMAID. Ctiamberraaid, Mti.Clirci V�.�an*e, M�. Swopefaer > CialawBMW* Mr.  Macttio.        . : � With a net/ Comic MedWy-OreitoracompoiM by Mt'Owtv. End of the Farce. The BprI Ih Ma|cOt fcy Mr.�. tahy awl Ticker to tvliaaai ih� Golden Jar ia So�bi�i>M�>tl��B� at.-bUa* Charke'� Lodging*, at Jhttmlden Harp in Littte wUIel^ltea^Crtrtfe Rarasn i uudat u.cWtd.,1* C,vk\ Boftctptr, is iba) rtaibNl* fir li*e. _     -------.....y^.'-. tt. 8. Tnkets deli�cr*d out by MrvChaike, W*- ShW, ingu� �oiMif� J^*�, tor thttl'lay. date^ ApiUthcajwaVtiMaiwt lj, fki. wi I be fskeo on M .Cift^rJ; IMkia^.MaV H^v.rJ. t>d , Mr. jeaJt^ii Ateaxo^, 14*. lUimlti."   Leou. Mr, Defaiu:; C�a�>#�� Mt. tfalrrr: Ml UK. Katern ; Ajiea, Mn MowWi ; U>4 woaaa.att.teafci To which �il be �Jd*J, The   C O NTR I VANC'ES. Imermii'.l \viih S.ir.g>, in the Characters of Rox��R mm4 Ro�awell, Mr. Ejtdl i Ambu&, Mr*. Rohtna. With a dcw 0�crtuie, and telccl fkces of f.u&tft bctwaw law afiaV enmpot'd by Mr. Prvlbar. With l.tt-crtaiomeat*.�i ^i�ginc aaJ Ua f >  6o�� bf Ur. ateaU. Boxtr+t.     PilZ,.6J.    'wMiwj*r�>-~ To begin tyualy at Six o'Uock.       - 1 aO^/xV** of feveral ImJ'us efi^afitj. For the Benefit of Mr. H OLT and -Mr. D A VE N PORT' fiy his _MajeJty's Company of Comedians* AT the Theatre Royal  in  Drury- Lane, oa Umifdiy the t�eJ^'e,crtB�M'�Jr^l4r.laaapt. And EntrrtairtmtTtn ef' ir^Hjpr ' ~^    ---- Wi.h a Paocatniiue tatertaicmioi, a� wUI Uti^cU'd^iarhtBUaatb thai l>�f. Tic^/rr r� A/ fc� /. /nit in fUttJIrtetj *�4 tltU* xrtiTi^fm ai lhtn>%tmm  - Caai^U, tn lb* flajboufi rtfjfirt. : _....._______ Bates 51,   Fit }�.   Ftrtf Gallery i�.  Upper Gallery it. * '7i Zifij/a at 6 o'Cixi. ~z Vj i rmMrii.rt fc*e hi* tw* tiKi�al 'rum hii late itoole ta Oraitfe^lrcf i) wb  a Woman cbaio'4 town uouo a Tabic, topp-Vd ooea*J atbve, wbaeeaatjaa Circalati >n ut' the b!�o i*.> Marion of Vhc Heart, aiui .he rJ i(k tu&g^  All PwBca^a^jw^.....- pettier �i!h tcucral oi�wr rrx^'t*iiat�, will br^HNra) aad) *^|�* ~T cipiiinM mi*.-!jr�ffcini� Ffcach, by Mi.CJl*cC tanklr. -T ~ i Nutc, A Ccntlcwotoaopiopc/iy 4ialilJ'd �i 1 alCCjjIa� I 1"* H E Debtors to the Ettace of NkhoUs Fur>, lata ol Lo.k!oo, Wiiiljw, tfeccaa'i, arcicajBarV fiaoaV v. i.h ly I-/ t)> *^^o cy �il! be luci for tbc Lainc. 4 Auil j, i7j4. DROPT laft Sunday Night, two Bink Notes, occ Nc. H. )j, tar i.Vocu* Ha, fj, fai |s�aV boni da'rc-l IH*. i2. 173J. *"i payable to Aasc Aikr. wfcaina biiogt ihtm to Mr* Anitf Muter, a: OooJaaaVa-f Thcam, ibAI| bave 901 Kawa^J �>trt Ta�..k., a.-4 �.> U�-it�Ma a*i"al. a*afaw*)t beicg tt JO greater iU�aid wiU Ucctu'o. LO S T on Tuefchy the -th Infloat, WrWcta Scr|ca> � VI ic, he a.iJ t�r� ii�Ji.l".r�-uly �*.�, a fefcaw aaat a taallay Tail. ao ihc Name f Uc'.Uruii..   Uh^r.-. t, |>jaioNr ShutkbuJfeb. Bi�;i'e.Ur.att;.el^��T�iEfit.aie, tVH^hjga*^ Ouiaca ttcwaiu.   N. tJ. fh�s �Ui b< uj|:v|;u Rf 1 *-ac-�j.   

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