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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 20, 1834, London, Middlesex                                Ma* ad, i7j4. By pardcuiar DeJlre of (am Pottign Mittifam Net miled ibrre tbb Stye*. For the Benefit of Mr. Pmo�, wit. LitTLt ..      and Mr.-L t t. if" Au Miii/ffi CompMj if Ciiktjkts, A ? tl\e Theatre Royal in Drory �Line* C A  TO. ;> Cifo.Mr.NllK, JbN; Mfv* IHIKtot a>ttl�WA%, fttoW.Mfcaj Syphei, Mr. Gibbetj aWtta*, M'.MiltiMl Mare*! Mr.OM| LMito, Mr. WWl��t W*** Mr. MRU} Marti** M*�. HottM* Lot it, Mr*. Built*,     't . ..........-      -   'MIM.''M��.JiUm: ' >',  '*   ' ~ And lemil Knttrtainrntft* tdWttni, partrtt>Vrt infTfrre**  Dutchman aud hUAtfire, a Scouhfcttte, Uw Maiiey 4W the fteveltrta,. . ;- '........  " _______jy* *bkhQ*tk&ttl Witt be t**4. a fief; effii "� The Intriguing chambermaid The Cbaabrrmafd by Mr*. Cti�tt Vakotiatt W ifo it thi� Pity. . '    /     - , /. ... � i , lor tbe Benefit of Mr. Turbutt, Mr. TOphamv atid Mijs Oates.      .        ; T the Theatre Royal in Lincoln's-Imv trrfa'J the Mailt /rem Fravue mud .........�-.....HolUnf Cope*bdge*, Mrr ,$i E have j-j.it. ncari Ac,toe, tfcat iiare French Men ofAVar were entct'dthe Sound, having Trcrps on board df� SgnM for DawxJuc. -  �. : - Frankfort, After 2r: Tee Hjacnreriafl Troops having piS'd bjr thh Negh-bourhoorf, ccctjnue th�ir .\!=rcb u war Ji AtcbsScnbourg, ia order to tfaeir jo(ntr>g the Imperii! Amy. vvUici: tL3 remains at HriJbmn. T� MarCulik _     (int between Scnflicim and BnxhikJL ^ �*icw'i t^" 6cco Men ddvg,n d for ifac Rhd:, %aictj ^Sy^H^adviiej,-that tfcoo- Ruffiam - were tcards'sf ror Jere - jSt vtw cammandi at Cracow, tvutetaatrRm y^yjA tbe^four Battalion* of Saxon Trwys ttatwrrc in there; that he had Ordert to go ic� Great Po!aoi; Li Ai^tothcr $axon Tmop had alio recti* �i Orders lojaa Jl*cn w'tb **** F�ffible Diligence before DaBStdc jjJrr, May a-   The whole Roffian Fleet b feiTd, pcr^ liliviB uft tlrden from Cronftadt, to crutze befcte Dact- fj0tt Mat 12   Our Troopt that iare fa�*d the Pa fa lit Carta hfert J}amxiil^.Ha$ We loft is the jlAsS^oCiugcJbcrg I000 Afen, nioit of ifte Prime 0�-j^jgKtt Number o� ojhrr?, and aU th; Engineers : JVe-^w-Atta^i rrtorc furious, nar a braver Drtrccc ; the Eee-jAAitiUtiy g�H'd u* ftvtrtly ; our Trcop mnaxrag were feAf eg witti much ado by Day-break. *Ti�_.fl�ni t!^ O^tmare fully dctcrmio'd to altide the hit V.x remej. Oldie 13th cor General feat Orders fix Leagacs roand, Icr illUwaptt to withdraw their Efit�ts,fb� ttiaibewaig^s^ p % wille the Country. Wc began ace o:d:n~ly Vdbxdav jlmf,,' and this Day the Conflaerattcn � gtocral. Tibe ^2Munich h}u& gone with a large Derachmeac to hio-IjtltTinchbndiae, who are all AiUtnt-baud. few, J% J>-  Letters from Jfcrlin of the 1 S:b, coc�rm I fcAcanntof the Aclicn before Dantsick; that the FrensJb ' iuwn which ate auiv'd at WcchfehmiMir, anocits tobc-ini^}OC�Afen. and that tbey �ete aiisatiy obdbd im- JsiieCMawn of that Fort, _ l o N  D'O N.    . ., Member chotcn tor the eniuing ParGamcot. Cvjuttta, Cm*tj.  X Sir Nich�ia< Wiliums, Bait. tHsMij^ly has been pleas'd to appoint Jama Tdlie; t^; fW S^ptrintendant of his Majetty's founbries in Grea; jpUi, *nd all other bit Dominion*, in the room aod pbee VSkpfltn Bide, Ef  wjiulijr wunoot Foua-wfc * 1 %.lArd Chancellor has beenflcas'd topreftjc the Rxs. BiijSifci Thomas, M. A. to the Rcctary of Krltam. ia fcCamty of Cardigan and Diocefc ofSc David's. Oa Fraiay bit came to her Moorings at Biackwafl, the bnqjkx), Ctpt Jennings from Fall Indb.   . AltiKOwttt-houfe in the Haymarket, on iaiurdix h& was JjWW famous faflor Fido. let to Ma&ck by Mr. ni^L It vu received with greater Satsbclsoa and Ap-pfethia'iny Thing which has been open the Stage iLn l*t. Sojaatn does the Fxcelkccc of toe Fable annratf �adeCwDpafct and Singers. OaFriisy a Gentleman Coming over Epptng-Fonetf, wav by t Highaayrnan, but feeing a but Oppgrnirtry, ig>l?W^S|W>li>liisHo((e and rode tor 11: and at ka^b a>3>-. jR^'fceHouie, quitted his llurtc and ran in Doors: The ^P* P^'iafiJl as he was able, -but benr; rco hie foe t�c - ptOlleaaj, U coueued huaitU to tt-l< jiway �ub his M^-of tiebte Mr. Cantilloa's Seronri bar* beea�os�-ltlihe;Gaichoufc, on Sutp&iun 0.' betcg CQuccrc.* raw7ng of tke Lcc-aWSetawfly nnjlh'd, there bting but 67 Ptasviau-e Cnmjany .fjf..Coincdiaru''nav'isg-'43x!y tafc-n tee S*""**",*neatrr, piopofe to cun'wert 1;  into a itid-?J ud h�mhly-hope the Town      be a: uuJ ii t-*^a-Cgjtti come frequently to Ice tReu mad PctK.rra.-Mtf, Er**�a be madly eahibucd, two or three I una a W^k, tic Summer Seatbn. �ANKrvi-r�. Fosnsine, of St. Leonard's Saorcditcb, *a the Coatty 'faUow-chandler.___ Vf Bank Stock" was 1533 4ths.   India 141 ^.m�liBgStock 7$.   Old Annuttio iCi 1 fcaL-, f*Ntw Annuities ^3. tool a�l i Jsrs. 3 athi, a 7 bck*.  Ttav* j� W^sa. fSi 1 half.  Miliion Bank 104 1 halt'    Afit&n rfcBuudmgs t.  Royal Afiarance gi.  LoeioB Af- i J 8ths.  New Bank Circubtcii c.!. ^ Prta-^--w^Bonds 255. Prem.  India duto 43 r. Pran.   Tare* ftt ditto      pntn,^  E�gli|b Copper iL 14s.   Wo5i iW   lottery Tickets ioI   _ TT Soutti-Scu-Houlc, Laatiuft. �� Court of Dirtflcrs of tt i York-BuMngvHbufe. May 9* 1^34: Governor akd Court of 4jjijlants of ihf tfiprtr/rtr-St^ttt, *tfirr#*i t& tift lafiant, *t 11 *' 6Y�cl far fii wwit, on fprcial Attain; W tttj fvrtbtr gi\-t Sttht, this it* Trmttfrr Btfb �/ tl-t fitut Ctmputj        St jlut tn ThtrjZai th icVA I*ftx�t, mnJtftnd again a If** afaieft Tow Wharf, tu take I4! Good* ��4 faCrOftrt, and out be (i�ke with a;) the Frcoth Wait at ItcaaaW Time, at at the Kerf Lyo* aaJ Urn in S�ltbin^lt)cl nai* ibe lf>t C*a wdl�� be aiinjilita}. -------- At the pirticuUr Dcfirc of fcveral eminent Merchants. but twice this Scajbn. fm^iht Benefit of Mr. Gijiss, Pit-keeper. By tie Company of Ccmediam* T the New Theatre in Goodman's-Fields, A ' Field*, ui TbMrllia/ oeat, beii( i!w 2}i uay of M�y� will bt %Hm ; Oipler. Mil* Wbcrriu , Ta Wlas^SrPa&cT^il tc aied a li�f��t eaiiV. Tlie   STAGE   COACH. Sincere?** Sr^adbncjr, HirNn; C*pt. HaCl, Mr. Jcokios, Ma-Uhoc, M<.ty�t S-icri-.r ITjt.nt Ta*er�. a*4 at TUftaa'* CyflL-tlwuft, -m:1htc ��� thr f"ic arc to I* taken.    _ For   rAc 'Brnefit of Mr. W^t XH A M. Sccreairy, and Pit-Office-Keeper. By hi Msjrjifs Company of Comedians* AT the Thpatrtr Royal \n Drury - Lane, "tu: TtwJasV. iff 2j� . f Ma/, nili be ptjenitt-* e-imedy, taU'd L O V E    for    LOVE. ll'iuum It tl* Lue Mr. Cosoivt. T> 1 i/ tai� Chtoc, alts*Liiiy ta�, �ts.r:uicsunti ef liami/f, mi -uill In esfreffd ia lie Bill, tn tie Oat. Bears S*-        3^  Jr�,lt Giikiy 2J.   Upper Gaikry t a. 'h le^in t.xji�f/j at Stx o'cleti. Tackea to be Lad a: Mr Wrexham's Shop, the Black- moot's liead ia i'j-.\docU-fticet, Cbvcnt-garden. Sjyct. T,i'i* i-U%ti'a **j im At> Cut'* tiame ftt lie Mrther io law . Tm*;&f). �Uy 7. ar..' tt U^tm fat tit C� Uwty ibKt. � r/< At the Defire of ieveral Gcnrlemen o^' Tedington and Richmond.  u MAJESTY^ Be Ait - Gakdim in Hcckly-Wole, Tins prefent Monday the aoth Inftaou A Great Match of BuN-baicing wiJI be hfUght * t(t. roor tovaitnfiKltt Lctfrtfoelet|otoraOoia�a��ri,atttA f�mouilflinJt�ii> bull) iha three ftttt that at* hlH'd or a on away toJk ibo M(Hwy, One Ct*olc ur� �jot�d OotHrnn W<�m�ofltr'�ar��t, itwOilKr tr�m C1aft.fl lio u the WprcoM jMafier of thai noble An ucii Sticmc of Defence, at the uWal Waapoua ioo0ht 00 (be Stage. Thomas B-\an.*TT. I re>ii M^c-Ouire, ub>hi�c frtpfjit all t>* Ull Mallet*iA tbia Age, n��ay� txlnf e*uoieJ or futptli'd st the bold 'rhrekit-uf Me, Uauati, will oof fail (> meet �"J light1 biro at ih�l'l�M ahurc-meiiliui.'^inu oil) let liirnkoow, thai 1 am not atraiJur unwittr..g tu ftjlit any Mafttr iiiCliilieiidOiti, upuditoot^erTciiiMtiai fur >lu- aimlaHouia. Arlcadaowuil! beftieen tt thtee, a�4 tt�ia:it*tlit.     .......- N. p. There ��(!� be the ofojl Dive-fiuu ol Ctid#�l-pla yiog, &�, by Captal* vi�taf'� Company. Un Monday. TuoWay. and Tf.uifday thera �tll le Mr. Stekea'*far� pnxintt Uifeifioo of foot Bull*, lit ttajra, auda Uott and bog �|re4t u# with Siiawctk^ foe ttw Uivetu\�i of the Aodietice. Mi� (Li�jlutfii Bear, the Urged in fsofUrx!, ami teveral mteri, mitk near Dow, tii lievvtea at an/ timaof rfia Day gram. To be  SEE N, Jlii Pay ltd fir tl* futtai, btt-^ttn tie Heart of Tea and F.i^t (I'ria Fixe Shillingi) ia Lticijttr fuldtfakart, an tba F.atlftdt, ft CHOVET's, Surgeon, his new Fi* lVJL Anatomy Cwi,h fcveral tmproteroenta fuca fan rt� nV�v�rfro!nlii� late Haul* in 0r�tige-Jfreti) vrhkb rrprefcflt* � VVd-mJr, cluid'd down opoo  Table, (uypVd upenValita, wherrffi tho Circulation of the Blood iirrjide tjubtv ihrvi'Glata Vein* and aeterie* : The Circul-i-'ino it alfd ffeo from the Voiher *> tk* Child, aad trom the ChiU to the Mother | with the C/lolitk uj dixdolitli Motiup af' (tie Hear- and ther Aftioa of (he lotrji. .til %a�b JHttieuhi'i, fv ^thfrr rrep.ra..om. 1^T/ with H-fer��    �     r Mr chom Imnfrlf. itend ta� ll Jit*. M LOST at Uppark (the Earl of Tanker-viiie't) inSufTct, 00 (uturday thearh fnlf. a nlaln Cold wared icd Cotr.etjo Seal I'd to Gold, with a leaibfi Siripg to tit Wsi�h, He Mikti'iN�n\e romaiie, londnn, the Aimi on the Jraf, a f.ltkr, vahrdwuli a bloody Haodln a-iJEfcoitteun. inih�0>tda> uw kfajiw Vimat Vc?tut- Vklocver tiiigi ihcto >o 'he Mm'ie of ((iabaavoO Steward. *t Otcdwr.od in Julfci; 1.1 10 (>i� ff-rter io PrUy-tuirB, Lorvtin, fhalir'�i��H�a<^iin�a�Haw$t4Mthevk'attk, and�G�la)ea f r 1 lie S.al : And aoy fctuoi to whom ftity arc . tTcr'.{ fur ialf |i� ccii'.' to fiopthtto, ni g'�e N�u� K eitbw yftf a ifv*r.'�*d ^'arj^.   

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