Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 13, 1834, London, Middlesex                                IViGN DAY, May 13.1734. TeJerJay.earrttfdfa Mail from Frame. Bruftis* May 13. HKY writelrtw�C�J*�. that din* Men of War, baring cn board z^coMcn, bad put in there front Brcit, and let fail again the 7th Irulant, in order to proceed to Panuick. Utnsht,  May ir. Several NcWc-mtn and other Foreigners of Di&incbcn have paiVd lately tr.ro' this 1'iaec in their Way to thr Rhine, to fenre there as Volttrb.cn in the French and impe (UtAttain.aiBOiigA whom are theLordCharlailas, Brother to jjT&^rauaof 1 wtdale, and Capt. Cumkv, wfceare going, �- �--'- k> make a Cam pain under ray. riounick MajdtysLcavc, 1 ___. .   The Duke cf Berwick, aSer baring -^VFoMfofiteoff rewards Fhi>;pfl>arg> tum'd im March ^ty- Kwafds the -Imperial Camp at Hciibtco: He has l^^jrfd by the Duke de Nooillev the Count dc Bellifle, fgH tbtfivy" 3* "Atfeidt. wrtb their rc^wftive Forces-and i bow �fSin"-h�in�� within Sight of Fnnce Eugene. The pjaaarf tte King's Hoafhoid which were cn their March to u^tCand Army, have had Orders to repair thither with 5"pefiblr Diligence. ^ facy write from Italy, that the Impejiali(ls have icirench'd l}j|Bfe}to-b;twccn-Suzora and LuZara. and thu the Marbal it Villm has fent Oideis,ror the coming op of ail the French ui e�diniin Trcop?, and even to draught Men out frcra all tie Carrions cf the Mikn�e, in, order to render hi* Arms r*'d____ jag of iOO GetBWrs, Friioncrs ; 1 hey are to be forthwith cnxttf'l to Spain, together with 360 others, which were food at Bays when that Fcrrrefc furrcntlrrd at Ditcreucn. The City of Baiktta having declar'd for Den Carlos, the, tec Viceroy,       had fled thither in Hvpes of finding an /fybm, was obbg'd to retire towards OtrentQMGihbria.where pW Sparjfll Detachment came up with a Part of hb Guard} -ifti de&ad them, killing and takiag Fntojeri 3ktaic iba. of than; an3 � was not coubu-d but that the \ icerey himf-lf - wddfall neat into their Hand*. V btal, Mirtxo. Wind S. The Cniizer. Otter and Spy Sloejs i'au'd Weft. "The two Admiral!, with his Majrfty"* Slaps, ruoain as in Yeilerdays Lift., Came down, Yeamans. TSfiis fcr Antigua. Ydlciday fail'd, Suiadmb, Carey, lor Jior.EwIand. D.J, May 11. Wind S. S. W. Yelleniay his Majrfly'* Slip rne'Kituaie and nve_afoops iail'd WrttwarJ. Remain the two Admiral;, wi;h his Majefty s Ships the Namur, Edin-UsAf Princess Caroline, Prircek Amelia, Grafton, Kcrtcdk, Ottatd, Captain, Torbay, Bastard, BiK'-cinglaih, Exeter, DrnJnought, Sundtiiand, Hampton-Court. Berwick, and Yak; Poo!, Grims. anijihdgwater Firdhipe ; wan Vea-' fOBSf Partis, for Antigua ; Ccetfcr Frigate, blanker, far Uctlrijt. Amv'd this .vioming, H-^Ki^sren, Jenkins, front Elilodia; and Judith, Brsd/haw, trcan (>por:a LONDON Thar Royal andjkrrnc HighnefTes the Prince and PtirceL etOfacge having embark'd on board their Yacht* at Amilcr ^am. on Saturday Fortnight in the Lvenicg, in o.-der to pafe the-ZavirSea to Fiieiland, wetgb'd Anchor ibou after with a tii Wind, and made the Port of Hariingen in Friiiland by it on Jmndjy Morning. Their H^hnefi'es landed under a triple Difciarge of the ArtiJlery oi the Place, and u�c re-�i*'d with all poffible-Maiks of joy atd Rcipul. 'Ihey pio-HtBcddBCctly  . HI. The Prince's Li^c Guards. �4V. Col. S�ii�un on llorieback. fdlow'd b Toaraen, each IcaeUng a lompter H * AKrtdeD/am and ten I - y twenty-two urtr. Ifcsd of fiX the Depjaa W. T*o RuRiiifig t"<-ctnt:ii *a tue Habits-VII. Tbotfcoie and two Gen:lc�ncn on tiortcfcasL, diet d in my rkbCkotb. VIU. dpt. Carpectrr on Hcrlcbacl:. zx the Ccachts, du�n by four tioifcs titi., bad w.th of lixPrerircejod the M�gxiirai�^ �'* th� City, IX. The Bimn D'Aylva, Maiter vt ttreifcrte to the Firmer, Hones in mago&criu Furuiture. . X. Four Paga drcfc'd ia Habits of Cloe Ve'vtriicrd uisb Grit. ' _ Xl.'The Prince i� Orangf. �*Coachof Statr, Sia ^ kailct Uuaii^ utnuu'd Wi^Goid. .*HI. 1 be LidM �r.~ Prir.crfi Dowigir. iWtkiMur.bcr, her o5nc;: tte -. ine Ladittfit ti:e Princes Rcyai' -. -XIV. Thmjr-fcv�nCoacLe�; Horlotacb, belors- U.^ u� the Nobility arui Gcat' v of ti.e C�y Ail their fegijariLe Gentiemen. Otccers and D^nuntu*-. �tie b tpleaba Hjb;t�; as swre Lktw.te theU e iy4n d*ir jufiir.^ t.y .U T. �� theu aligLtingat     1'aUce. v* People. ^nOccabai' Milkia mace a Ucx -J ct"? in arnv'o wtthm tne Cuy t,iC    0 " tjietry. 3"-d re|^-x:cU l&c - kf.rt :.--�:d time Tt-c AcciiiuiiionsarJ � __. _ t-r ��JeKe-^rnci ine Pr�^e fc-* �rth haCcnfoet, v.^.. ttw giw^d t-v: c�a be unajjtx. J. At Nigbt the *Jwk Lay wis liiarnirated, aci at M a r-e 'uwork wa� pLa�d tff, v.t.scn i~ s teen prcpar'd a; a jritit*-P**"^! and waa cjttc�i:t>i With ci.^ iuccru. of oJ i rk>~Wool-flapler Jeremiah Surtnan, of Yoikjlreet, near Cr.vent Cardtn, in the Ccucty cf Middlesex, Cabinet inalur and C'liapnun. Henry Tilfley; of Newgate itrcet, I omlon, Linnrn-draper. Richard Yousjf, cf Thetford, in the County of Norfolk, D^per, Meiccr and Chapman. Itcsmas Wjl:on, of the City of Y�ik, Mariner and Dealer :n L'w!j,__ iLijfc Wntr at LTadun bridge tfci; i>ay, �at z Minuics a,?!�-r 6 in the Moiiiiug ; ai>J     alter (> in ihc^rtilcrnoun. ^j^nuj .BanM.^ttirk was t-M..;.a^4d^A,t Aajf.   India i�X Scai^-Sea Trading stock 75 3 atiii, 76.   O1J 3 athf, a 7 eJtis.    Drito New 1 cjuf._i; Annuities ici  5 Sshi,   101 Aor:-^5:ie5"~ioi 7 Sti.s, 10z- |"��r�:e per Cent Ai;nuityr)|. "Hulkm Bank ic-a-j-^ths. African zz Viiflr-Buildirig* z. Rc\i! Atlurasce � Lalf. London AiTuiance it 3 tft.V. Nrw Bank CircuUtjort 61. i'rem. Soiith-hea Bends m Prein. Irda ditto        Prcm.   Tn'irec pei C��t. ditto 1      Pr�u�. " tlih d:tto Boolvs lliUt.    Luicry Fcgl:ib Co-per ii i+v WeJfl; Ticket* 61. 1 2i   61. 16s. a iSi. �fit To the Gcntlcnu-n, Ctrrgy and � iTcehoKlcrs o!  the County ot Ker.t. T* //� ElcZicn 0; topgl'.'i of tbc Shire for I he nf K E N I" ilfii'JiJ ti it Ml ./ -e �I.im ;.f /lit L.,JL  V A N E, a a v ?Jr I I) W A R D   I) h R I N G, r..i,t \4rt J.ji-'j !, tr       iK T.lVirn in l.^r'nlljl,   ;r tht Ci^-.ilJ 'L..<''f -n Ss#!m.,,J-i,      Sl'tlx.-jJaa Mwnrtfc a! 6 .'C: lu.4y  alilz.:. .tC-i i' ic*i�Ciii//ft ii arc l�ul |>liHidcd, ara! lu-y i*e tr�j .v.;-.;..     . ": :heir Names at tpc&iily as pL-fiil.  ,  to ill. j    a: i;�c --v,;r. liveru u�Cum.ill; or Mr, LUwaid -|tci( ii ux Ciuuo lave;u in Soad.waik. ' M#>9, mi* '~- To the Gchtlcrticfti Clergy arid Freehotdcn W the County of Kent. '  THE Eleaicn cf Kn\ghli of tbtSblnfot tU * c:��rs#/' K E N'T /*V fir U'tJ�t0*j tttjtti Injlm* */ Sfaiifffinf, tm t&i fiAqftbt �/vrf* tiwSm wkav* i#t Affjitd bj Ltttrrtr ttttnu/t,  *att in tar Fttvw M th , ** tit *rt, J.............. ..........,,,,,,.  � V:''.;.*Vvj. Gehdemch, " i MIDDLESEX,   ~"'" G. OXENO^K. N. B. The Freeholders of the faid County rcfidinf hk about London, WelAminilcr and Southstatk, whoareiatM -Imereit--df'-'*nrfatnK^ "'PP^f ll�ClB�iti art ftm to a Ktfilulio* f� tnili m I _      mt>� _ t__      _ Armatny in tbt Artt tit >y(iround, ]uule i� St. JtinotVllrcct. and at �� OMi^r, nen t>h      Ijnif tnccoo dieSUfe.thit flay tod TootorttrW* To begin exadUy at half an Hour part Six 0* Clock. N. H  The rickcti ol luch Subfcrilwu who have nut yet paid tbt  ' CdH will iim be admti'ed. _; No Per I'm wh�re�er cn he niimiited biliind th* SteneC a for the Entertainment of the foreign Mimjlers, '.' For the Benefit of Mr. E VERS M AN�~ lirfl Violin. -       -1 By tbt Company of Comedians,        ' AT the New 7'heatre in Goodman's-Fields, 1 " tliii 0i> the 13 h of May.     t* jirtfentrd aCwiw avi:-�ir>, Mr�. Hobtlii-, iy �'r. j.1"f� i� ^>,IJ^8 'f *ic" *' 'hi�.W*|r�__-j By particular "Dcfire. ..    --------- For   the Bt-netk  of Mrs. C H ARKE. I By bis �Majellyh^ompHny-of?me4uiHSKi^^i AT the Theatre Royal in Drury - Lanc�~" iln U.) it>c 1 )ih S May, will bt vrelerred a Tragedy, sail'd-^> OTTI E l*I.O,  Moor of Venice.       j Oihcllo (')y p�i'a.il�r Dcfirc) m r.ChaiLc; '.'.ill.., .'.k.Meu.i e, till. Cioj^j, t�-d,v.u ., Mr Tu bud ; ttr-abaaiiu, Mr. Bouwu , MOotaaa, fclr. It.,- t ; (lulu o, \\l- ' it itb t\intty of hnttr tuinmtntt   of Singing ami Dmuitg, tarlitulurly PnJ  t Aft i. A Tc.icri *ff elx> inj MiU >f�a�. - ~~ lui ol .\t\ |V.' AmiUu vfi>(% wbt* Jh.dm, fw,g by Mr*. Cibbar. tul    il.c 1 lay, A new Mvouiitc li^iao i*juh b| Mrs. Baibkt* 'u*�Licr> Ib^itli-c) v. ill bev'ded a Kirce, tall'ti The INTRIGUING CHAMBERMAID. li.ttrinuM uith Sunt*. m t'lumt:rccMJ, Mm.time; Valenn; io ir.s fla>bci4c-�>af> Tifc tt H\ Tik^ -M �f'.i '<� ty Mri.Chufce. Mm flmy, kf tft Padt* ir-j    �2a Mll - 1 �" "">J':�t. da*c. .irnl sh� a jib aaJMay^i* 2i�t        v     ^c "'>c^ 'I'" J,' J> Hug by Mr*. Cibber ml J JJHAU 5�. li-    Fi'jlGj.'lrt zi.   L] UtfttGuiitrr   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 145+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

10 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication