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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 14, 1834, London, Middlesex                                a i�thtrtbt wUjjf'H Chirth tftntUni. AY  t^c Auonbly met, and after chafing a Moderator, the Kibg't Com-bu&ob to (be Manjuis of Lothran, ai fo fct� Majesty's Letter to the Affembly, were poiac'J, mtd and recorded � and then a Committee for Overtures and BBk, as atari, were named. Friday, May 3. This Diet was J fine io Prayer. �*L       ^ An AMirer to the King's Letter was fasVa*�a� Addref*to hisMajrih-, upon Occafion of I*,,, alanine of the Fhoceft Royal with his Serene Attaftstt � n� � 1- Yeitetday Bank Stock was 131 3 4th?, a 134 t 4th, a 133 l half. India 139 I half, a 140, a 139 j 4th*, a 140. South-Sea Trading Stock 76, a 7j 3 4th}. Old Annuities 101 3 4th*. Ditto New Annuities 101 7 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuity 61 1 half. Million Bank 104 i 4th. African :*? York-Buildings 7; Royal AiTurance 90 1 half. London AiTurance 11 3 8ths. New Bank Circulation 61. 2s. 6d. Prem. South-Sea BoirIs 21 s. I'rem. India ditto 35s. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 12s. Prem. Englifh Copper il. 14s. Wellh ditto Books ftut.  Lottery Tickets SI. a Si. Si. May 8, 1734. To the Gentlereiifcll, Clergy and Freeholders of the County of Kent. TP HE EkSlion cf Knights cf the Shire fit tkt X Cam!f of KENT being fixd for IFednel'day tht ijj/i Infant, at Maidltont, Hvt hope that fab of tbt Electors to ntiwn w bawm applied fy Litter w otbtfm/i,w// it thard-tr-txchjr tht jamti and itnp-utt the Omiffson "ft. Accidttiti an tbt/t Occojicni unaxvidaMf, and that tbty iviU acctft tbisttntrai Requtjl of tbtir, dpftdramt iVt mr F*Vt*r at ti*' EpJHen. IVt arty Gentlemen, ) m> mtfl bumblt Strvantn MIDDLES EX, G.  OXliNDEN. Edward Har- Im, {b " "'   ------------ ------- -.....-   -    ----- l��3Wip. t Eta&w* Phillips, Eftj; Jtij^firr  I Vetan Cornwall, Efqi J jfogyf*fata*teen pSeas'd tognr 100 Gnineas to be ^2JitjeSanasof Lehh, rear f.dinburgh, the Races MMMortbe ccbcf next Month, m order for the Ge-farabicttof dseKobility who uill be then aiTcmblcd LtaiOttaficacf the Eloftiou of t!�e Sixteen Peers. TO; t&gfr ByxfagB this Year at Durham on the 8th of )fr ^xNeinPe the totb �f June. ' ^ Qatx fjte Aid&sihop of Canterbmy hath given the ngfLrj&roni Shrppy to.the Rev. Mr. Woodrootte, i|�ebcaan*f **d by tie Removal of Mr. Fctheriion to 'HeRi^tCkm.theEarl of Lincoln, Nephew to his Grace Stlto � Nc�c�ik% 1� tJjcaia'd bis Majdly's Royal Li: .as �ssab theTona of France and Italy ior two Years, 4*^*1** k� Torek. Tnlesfi? Mataite dkd at his Lodgings in New fiond-, Tr** Sp*^ Ks$> * Gewleman pofll-lVJ of a plentiful idrtceio to his only Son Lacon Scot, �fq; a �aaaxEatoD-ScbooL lfc.Bijpt Hob. the Counted of Burlington is going to rfeCbptfc. sor Ak Recovery of her Health'. , lai2ti|jKJthe new-bora Son of the Hon. Stephen Poyntx, ' ~      ran lis Royal Highnds the Duke, wasbaptiz'd aoia St. James's Houte, her Majetly Handing r fry Puny, sad his Royal Highncfs toe Duke and ul<$t Uoa. the Ear! of Peterborough, Godfathers. Triads; dU at lus Ladings in Corcnt-g�rdcn, the Rev. ik Afcor, Csner of St. Ana's, and Minuter of Chigwell tlSe*.      .........   * TlaSbSai of ClPB�nptinri-Men for the Dieoele of Can |tjbry QBncsoi the 30th Inflant at the Cathcdial in that ~ he afterwards held by Adjournment at Wye , for the greater Convenience of the diftant [%r. " --------- UttaitySai Mn. Smith. Wife of Mr. Dept. Smith, an Ihsft^iaLoBdsatdkBivet, in toe 76tn Year oi hex Ssssdky&dof the Small-Pox, at his Houfe at Ware i*TIl'iiliit)diiiiir, Capt-joiA Lawrence, Capt. of a Troop in feslbjetyscvaRaral Regiment of Ho^ blue Yeinisf died at her House in DcvonlhireHrcet,...Mrs. k�c4, ana Utidcn Lady, who was upwards of 90 Years I �f Aje. We Hstlar dot the iooooL Priz� is the Property of Wine Mexchant in the Hay market, aad tiat tac fcae us Yedoday ojaim'd by that G^nlknan heacc tacCbsssnSoacrsaf the Loacry. Yc&etdayKo. 119015, 59397, and 69152, were drawn ftika of 100L eacm. Smstr, UzrljKam. May 11 - At the going away oi the ?ta, ta*P*3fcrthbCflyllaod*r 1^ tta KmrwBt* 00 the Staff*. t*i�t��T.   . To Iwgin exacllv at half afl llonr p�{J Si� o* C***; A*, fl. T�i* �?�� df Tddk SobiWibm      hurt mm ymf*n lall t ail will not be adthtttel. tin rcrfeo vbaicvcr n> bt�.'�?�tfcl Nhs#4 t^t' /b^-     ^�  l�.      t-s(-�a�� t r�S*r N. B. The Freeholders of the bid County refilling in and about London, Weftminiler and Southwark, who are in the Interelt of tTie faid Gentlemen, and cannot fupply thcml'clves with Convenicncies for their going to Maidllunc on to (hort Notice, dre Jelir'd to fend irr their Names, as foot) as conveniently they can, to Mr. Fores, at the White Lion at Lambeth s .Mr. Smith, at the Belt Savage Inn, Ludgate-HiUi or Mr. Golding, at the George Inn, Southwark ; where Coaches and Saddle Horfes wilt be ready at 6 o" Clock in the Momjng of the Day of EleAion, and fuch of the Freeholders who chopfe to go by Water, are defir'd to be at Mr. BlatuTt, at the Tygctf at Power-Dock, at 7 o* Clock of the tame Morning, and fuitablc Conveyances will be provided to carry them toUravef-end, and from thence to the Place of Election and back again. To the Gentlemen, Clergy and Freeholders *>t the County of Kent. rVHE Eleftionof Knights of the Shire fir the County of KENT being appointtd to bt btld at Maid-flow, Tomorronu the rciit 1 lift ant, � the Frttholderi of that County refuting in and near London, who art in tbt JntertJ} of Lord VANE, Sir EDWARD* tHS RING, Bart. Art dtjtrd to bt at tbt Sivan Tavern in Cornbill, or tbt Crvwn Tavern in South-war k, ^tomorrow Morning at bo Clock,   0>ffir4  Duke, Mr, Havard ; Ix.iijuaii, Mr. Dudio , S� o�i aIoqzj, Mr. MitniU.." ; Leon, Mr. Uetanc    Cacaibgo. Mr. Huk-tt : Ma'gircna. M(>. tlotcrii , Alic*. Mn Monlafi ; Old WoiTUu, Mr.PcuKCiiimaiu To wl.icli       be rnidtd. The   CON T R1VANCES. laiermisM with s(uifr>, in ilie Cl)�i�0 i Mufuk bclvtrco itic Aft>, cumpot'd by Mr   u-Ujur. With Enr?rt�inmcnt� ot Singing anJ Danting    will bejjpiif, J ia ri)*STe�t-Bil'S p��ituJ*rV. aCIiauf.' *foirf.^.MrLt  i>- !<  ibiahaui'i Cjtfcc huul   i  Uuko-^l .13 ncjr Aidg.    t>- .11 � .. lul'     'iiucaHcvard ou th. .>:.t�cry utibJt�U lillC... U. 1 u. II 1.'. �N       4  i ilew. 1 will I      � c'd, aW*KJ^P�. hwaaj' La It Time of hit appealing 10 thaTCftaraftrr. � - tf'itb EnfntaiMbtnntf $tngi*x, Dnvci'l, Cjfr. f*Mnm**9 E�id of AA I. A Uflou .0 if* tiafpfic^art bt **:� taSsatv HnJol Art II. A TaeoboatK* by Mi�.fc.-frr�. Sad of Aft 111. SjagiPg by Mr. Lctoiilft a�i at k�nt>i �� * -----_ piafa^t by luoo,. Makff. End of Art IV. A Strabanrf by MififtidM. End of ao, V. The $wcd.(h l>.t Ktri by M�- UW�#ai*e *- � ill te taken thi* Day. , And Tomorrow nvitt bt frt/inttd Thaon of AtbtOf, f* tie Benefit of Mr. Gwirri and Mr. Jarvis. For the Bejiefic of Mr. CHETWO0D.* By bis Afajefy's Compaq cf Ccrudia*t\ A T the Theatre Royal * ia Drury . Lane. Tomorrow, fecial *e&*i . UmtrxJU. 1/n. Cfar*. wiih il f of Dr*r pretty T�mb. Jte. H�ppo?*a. Mi  tK&inwi Miranda. Mr*. Walter . And, ktaUrr ansc. aritk tS* �ata> svasarr t�> the Charatter t Ncptuiw, M'. St�-ipc����*; A�^i*nte. MrifaTosavf 5 fiartby Sptrir,  afr. Wa2rx, rh* trr M�o_9omiatm S.aaty. Da��i pjn. Topriaro.arvJ Itolt i Water mm, b| �a�S. tlia-pa. tJNEttarr. Tophtcn, Oavenpeirr. licit and Wright. With a grand Dane* of tp tjtt, a* it *� c�ttAn�"        be a4aci a Fare.-. id'A The     L  O  T  T  E   R  Y. AoJ re*e>�l after EjMertabiBCsta. a�      bro^c&'csf&tiCfeaeBi^. TitHc-.a to be bad at Ma. tiajeU*A'i Otca: ttsmm. *a tat. nAJUtatlg aa Chiucery-laoe. , � ti. �. Tu\ttt tm for (ft zat of tttf m*3 *# tawVa �tW Cay ~ Ne%yr JcL'd there Ftfcre. Fof the Bin t r-rr of Mr. PAGLET, ~~By tjiii\Jttjc>jly'i Qtmpargy.of Czrze�szsr AT lite I heatre Roys! in Drary - JLane* .0 Pn 'ay i!.e I ;m l.-.ltaar. �>' fce p.'�xi.-�* * Ctuuttj. *a;/j Tlic M FRK Y WIVES of WINDSOR. Tii Pa.-1 of itr John Falfiajf       ftif--f*� 4>       fWj Tb .-b-�J. will tic �.til:-i,  i-i-- it.cj. uu>*4 P L N.i ELOPE. TbeOiCC^rc, >.��*�---* su�kS> a^re*. HEREAS Margircc Owen, i^Jrt" ^ ct C;!om i.i^sfir*�^�r. rv-ftfa SjcrsateataT w rte�*tJ-ihc it a J*��o W^cs^s* wet  �i. JtaVA JifcaWitfi 1/4 /*Vtf a�^r of tf Mvderan L. v.jl,m in ai .Vwq SltUlinti emb.   

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