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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 18, 1834, London, Middlesex                                S At URD At/ Uat t, 173* -IIS Excdfirocf Mr. Wa?|t*r diryrs " his Time ktwftn tbe Grand Pen-i stoner Fati and Mynheer Slingc-iuaJ; A* �� take it, Matters are faaitmcRg t� a Grift*, and, 'as gr-ntraih- txlxr^, 'that {rodent Pco-yie *i3 rat J�jg think h coolitteni *v.h that Character, to nand with rbr>? Antes a-croS trftikV their J�c?gti*wr� arr together by the NfcXk � wtfJ them,  "la uG&dosfy rrfonai tbar Mi. ' :ill5ifc fccrog �fcc5�r*�i, that tub tchs Paia fcrrer Great      ~- *!ai to ssatnr ftskmn Tnoatie* bad cfla- f-sT--------- OP^Wflpcrnc aniac^wgakiaoe which i�Bwtg�l. ~. i^IJjjfcliffiiLaJgl^ SftlrW* &B>wnS*&K' ^ w-"^ FraStt*  W� r^jl {fellfBae ef PoCaacV they &ould coruinae to aft Open '#d* iW*f *sbn� doac j let trwuTiT rib moll la-ii* V&'^i'      ^TrT^rT tWigP*- d*or High Mighti-, -   ^hYob%\l tenser ir^li�hMfafuroflieukl Ifa!y � jreimr that Jsabuxe of Power, the ,.,        ��8iea.-n* trcurc trt?cw their KepaHick into .taft. Jfe E�eSt7>-~.*i Acfidcx ^ fasd to have run in fc�pcw�taf, tod to hive coded with an iln ib Amosix-a � extend she bounds of the - y ihal fill "i ��> J� Par; oe tat "C!<*kc* that iridue'd **#*cJ&  c-'^c uii>. \ :goar the picfent ^|MJ^jl6 Wjaa W.S. W. H� Vfssfly'sShipRoe-^aujLfc��* the Ob*i�ut" beenj McitJunt Ships, are faifd. m^jM.1]iuji iTj nid tkb MajiSy"* Ship.- remain; with Anne, ^&JLtgltab&i Rqbf. Sanders, *oa Brtty, Lcgard, both ***?*3fc4tSbe^h>. Airh'd, Pacta, Spencer, and Partbraope, ^|^kbt�Lt^onii AntttopeSJocp, from Li/bce; and lea, tot car** fans her Name. L O N  DON. f Utmbmaftbt Uktt PmrEomnt. %ikMrtmm&ufa*ttk fomt Puatf. ML. % Jc&b RasBca.      J Walter Pluzlrr, Efq; .fi^OaW tfcAVg!ag franhrfre, Knt. ot the JUth. RfirTImM Lee. Ban, H J Ckwfry. J Sir Adrfpiu* OagtiosiiriJart. * John Bird. Efq; I Jbf.  haAlmJot* Vane.   | Sir Edt^nJ Deaing. [ Kaftiw jf i"i i   f r^~T ^rrr I rrrmr   ESqi IMA f MM* Ilea. Hosstw W aljxrlr, �W; t Wal- ^^mt^ t Aah^y lo^^hrT, Ffq. J Daniel W3- ' OilMheGbf aboa 4 o* dock in tlx Aftcmoarv ^Gen-l|ta�d^I�fycaa^�ODTovn inaGibaifc, were at-:liX m EMt^txnt Iqr a �n^e H^hwayman, who '&mm oW Money. Ac bet xae Grr:trn�an refus'd to Mm* aadadt�M taa gravely to dt?4, and go about his mam, wbadiux FdiC-ar cot legardiog, the GeniJeman mAti m a P2ii &s trader tlx Sea! of the Chaifc, and Wftliai w^h theGnsa; trhcrrapcsn Lc usjp taken and MBtdsiCSe WM� Han tsatf ifpfisg, fiacre be lay Veltcr- �w� feaa" WaSde&iir. the Seat cf Sir Hcwy Fur-4fv i*ria �eor, cat' on Wtdaeiday Ul a Wa^cai full of �MPMdiMraFceehaS^AS^gbxAt iLcaxje to the Ricvlion *)tt*)(n^,fW(M^ccidtrlKPai^ wfa^iomePerfani b��aca^B|a�yicgiecsa toCcg a Picteof Toudi*i�>* tttfthqa tahs*k his P^e. tbeikaic fell among]} the lew etvhich they tai^ axsi tet Fire to it, by which Means %�f ihtKaketaal racS nrre iBiifiabiy burnt bc- fesdjiy cnUhegstoatof tfac Haaiei.  Sir Harry has or-Q^ii8 psftie Cue feTbc taken of tlx poca Men, and they mabettj&oamgsttaircf the-Pod. JF^sftj Hb. 15827 �� crawa a i*tire of 500 L as were �^t5j, iie^ij and 152:1. tocl. each. �w�fe*s^N^feithti,onat OjrtBuj �a� as fellows, S20 High Water at Ixindon-Bridgt this Day, at 50 Minutea trier to in the Morning t and 2$ afhtt 11 at Night. .     ......�      � --��, ,, .--7 ~-*-:----�-' Cultem-Houfe, London. May 1^, 1734. By Order of the Honourable Conihiiiifioncrs ot His Majcfty's Cuftoms, 6ff. HER,EA5 h Aa if Parliament\ made tbt 1 ith Te*r / lis I*tt MajefffKi^ Grtrgt ibt firjf^ 'tu EnstieJ, that Jhm awinjttr lit 34/A tf J*nt, 1716, ail Gait and Mt.xbanJitu *i+kl> rtmmtm �* lit Ma/fjfft U'trtbeujt, fir tb* Si.uriti �/" tbt Dutiti liut tbrrtm (firiht 5/vare fix Mimtht) //v $*hfi�t$ ami Dutinmi paid, ctm-fcxnJtd fir, or ctbtriviji frtmrd, at tit Law dhtiii, ]h*ttl* fublUkh tiiJ h Intk cf CaiJU. fltf/t art thtrtfirt iogtvt Kttia, that ail fitch Gt*tt rmata-ingivtbt Wttrthmji in tht Pmt �f l**Jait, at afvrtpiid, will I* /�MrIff fiJS aenrdj^, mndtjrm Pr*friit*rt tltiftffirtinvtth . ecmjni\.fm, tlx J^Min ditt J^J^J^Mt^iktj^^r^%7~^ PublickNotice will be givenoVtheTimeof Sate7" Charitable-Corporation-Houle in Spring-Garden,   May 14, 1734. THH E Court of Committee of the /aid Corpora- tiengivi AV/iVr, tl/at thn ivilthfitd iy A��tiv*, at tbtir Hsu/ten LtntwKt'Posfttttty-HM* wt Tutfdttf tbt xith hjimxt,  $ Garlicb, H*l-hsds, flrifd and plain CalimnntMt, Bomhazimt, Cbtrridtrriei, Wet&k Cloths, black   for the county i>r fas ik reiofrr�1oSoi�->. t Sir BihKsi Desks, Ban. 43-7 ...    ^i*st3fitwarVa�e 4-75 *E*d�f iUidhici 3579 '   -4^Ge^O*cn4�� ________3-5* ^TticmT>>c?JcW me Llwi dedaVa Stf ^ County Jf a^%i the PoB fbod as �32ow. W^igigtw'ttnyP_'''"^^I "ffi'rfe. prj.i*�,....... 2CSo" fir Tasmat Lee. 1659 raAJJ'jCt to the haeh!r.La�adt. Sec k� tie I reafeny,     1439   _ Ycteday taakSoack �a� 155 3 Io*ii� 140, 141. lTiad�ySfiQck7$ 5 76.   Old AnuuiUo DiPB Siew Am�ibt> icz r iiths-   Tftree     (Sent. 1 !�*is.  Miicn Batik ic^i tslf.    AUlU �r ic^-t ta!f.    /iJiton _ S.   Rcva" A�jrarcr 91.   Lar.dcn A i'll. $ tda.  Kcw jiank. ekc.^t;.-� Ll s>. Prem. *4*-P:t=u  India diiio 4c ?. Prem.  Three 16s. PgesB.   I pgl lib Copper ii. 141.   Wcilh South-iiii-iluuic, I^undoa. 'BE Court ef Dlrzppn May q,  734 Syjih-Sci-Com- '. - --- ..7, iJU' JZJzX'v'J liar Sal* ej lit fjteGbsiisMjJ, ~~*dti* Lll.ru*:l>*ft. asJGrat tzt ;~xi- <^ y m ihti'iil- U ainfiot Efhul^a, a large Parcelif Comfttti, Prtjftt, Dtp, tranfiat end Deal Cbfj),, tiff. AW, The Goods to be feen (rom TucWay the at A Inftant to the Time of Sale, from 9 in the Morning *ull 7 at N ight. Catftlngutt to bt bad at tbt Place of Salt, and at tbtir H$mf* in String-Garden ; atfo of Samuel Eiumdt, tf Norfilkfii Vtt~ in tie Strand, Broker and AucliMttr. fffl/E R EAS the Court of Ajfjflants of the Artillery Company are come to aReJUntion to.build a new Arnttmj in tbt ArtilLry-Ground, fu(b Ptrfin or Ptrfim tvbo art defiromt to undertake tbe fame, may ba/vt a Pieiuoftbe Plan and Manner of Buildingj together tuttb a Definition tf tbt Scant-lingi, at Mr* John Dlackr.utll'i, Clerk to tbe .Company, at bit Ho�pt ia If'ell court in Qutcn-firttt, and leave tbeir Pttpejatt :i:to bim fiitJ up 1 or bring tbem to tbt Court of Ajjijlanti, Mt..., ov:.:/'�/7, en Tburfitay tbt dtb Day ef feme,, ly 4 o'Cheiia tbe A/.it noon, ativbicbtimttbe /at J Court will mitt to rectrve tbe tame. 'T'H E Governors of tbe Hofpitai near Hyde- * Park-Corner intending to enlarge tbeir lloufe by fsmt additional IVardi, any Ptrfin or Perfini ht�i�, GiMtt, Mr, Wetheiitt \ IV <*�. Mr*. H  'Tt�eboeri>� by MiftWt*nit.    '     � Aft I r. The t>BUh Sfcrper hf Mm�f Vailoii and Mr*, tettodr. * � "-�--ftftif. TNK M�\k-ta.t DM�. Boxes, Stage and Bstconics 4*. Pit as. 6d. GaQery t a, Tkkru to bt ha4 m. tfce Theure tattm, aa4 at riiaaoali Qifc|hii�a>> where Plic�� tor the ioaat are to bftabea. ft tegim exactly mt Site 0' CteeL u_ For the Benefit of Mr. HEWSON *nd. Mr. WAR WE LL. By bis Majefl/sT!cmpany !ra. a>r. HtwhttHKMioilace, Mr. M�8hf� 1 Foir-.. furf. ,vr. J aet; Cibtet, Mr, W��tU $ Servb, Mr. Matklin i Mr*. Suik-a. Mr*. �ictto�a DoroiJ*^ Mit> UotliJaf j *.hmf, Mr*. Cwrc | iMiy Bonrnfol. Mi� Herk; Giptey, Milijr o And Entertairunetiu of Siftgittg and Dancing, m. Aft l. The ricro � by Mr. Tooliun *ad Mr. tMiaofort. Aft tt. A 4 *>�* bt Mr. aadM'k UateoBart. ' A� III. The Gtnil Ih Macfot by Mr.S. UUyaad M>s. WalKJb Aft IV. A LH>k  Garden Tragedy. bTitl the Original PaoVOOUt. terctiiiks Mr. He^vfoo , Capt, BiikMn, Mr. fbtbttt* t GalkM, Mr.Toph.tn:  -l^enuoi Kist4*. Mi6Atbettpo � N*pTa*a�V�tifii Jowti tadamMr' Jcaoy, Mr. gufmr.   .;..____. .. .   . N Wednefday next, the aid Inftant, will _, b* *�� f�* t*. Kaw-Cnaa � Sawv, a        feifewki Wftifc alovfimr G��r�H b� Knkl l>Ot C((re g tw r by WonMi.  Hoilaod SoKCh nine (tuny tiullttY*. thabtft irtthte* tlam,  Mttt for a Heat t aod a fab of mm Smuwajt toe tbe Itwai. Aftdow �b� (acre i>ar viU btrifta 10be fa�jbt ibt atBKk.Swor^��ct�a Paltjrf( Bath- skto'Oliwra, any Mu that t�caha  Haa4 to ha�e a flit. �   '� . ^ .      ".....�" ",\'       '   '" "  . '� THE Creditors of WeBtwprth-George Fitr, Mettharst sa=d Chapman,  bankrupt, art defirad i� meet th�_ Anqprcaot' tbe bid R�[>krapr an Thoriihr ont, � sis o'Clotk io ib� AltcnOoo. at it� rtcecc Tafcra mCorvKill, to Vmsfuk On tedry Ipceial Mattcts rtlatitf t*> timfad B*akr8pi> Biiatelaad CffKb..     .^ri/30. 17JA.   ' � LOST or niiOaid. eight Eatt-India Boods, ..Utter:.Br.l9rtool.eatli.No60?i�c� Joho Toirtr,A3t] 10Maine 2ti>7 to l-Jhn CioaM, fctq; 167j� JofiaU c.t^ity�kf. a$o*0 to Jafiaa Woitf�cnb. mo -and,  017 to Ibwy Imil. tifq; WLu?ict hat toot* thttn. �4*  ne*cretti-�a>ar 0 OvPt �� tbe iall'tadia-Hcaft. I  OST oil Wednefday the 8tlv Inftant,~at the.. 1/ C�:a Caj r-bcof. at Hate Jtrtw kt �Ilia. * (ta�b> Cafe ChiM Wacih. tbe Nam* t�an. Cttfg. tia Nuoibcr foijof. with JLtcJ lib* bco arJ cwa t�^*Sc*U, �b�^*aChryflal �itb a Coat of Aran, tbt eke aCoroehaa �tth a Crab. �bos�t4 �MUb( lboea, �r ^o Richard GfeyS, Watch* maker, at To*�j*jo'� *,�ad ia Sc. JaacVtircct. tiuui ha��  , Mi.Bjtnan; M>iC  will beaded a parte call'd The INTRIGUING CHAMBERMAID. IntHtiiWd liitb Stags-T!.e Chair.bcriuiiJ by   mi-. C'l vi ;  Valcetioc, Mr. SoprcUc* ; ( nl tuui. Lit. .lUckWo-fi. B. br p^ttticout p�r�c. ^iid'd tu Ch^atc tie Play of thehclij-lt �.-r liie rr^ijc> it�nibo�t�or u t��kiL _^ * ^j^wdnjPVtrt aril) bt Cffgrd.  - f �?J aLUp^ (*c Eirl of Tanker- ae4C>e<.tf� teal        Goad. wnWtFSlJ� ,� iTe v.:�. V*,as.   wr-w orgs tbett �o t.^gLl^y^S JU-ar.-. at prdro"d*0* iti. 11�. totictio � rti�
                            

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