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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 21, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The fiailv 'Advent /Tomb. TUES DAY, May At..^ijj* .�� - e Mi-' f I u Sniff* inPmerania, May 16*. '~ HE Menace srfach Cbntrt Mcnkh I made the Majiilracy of Datezick. to by waCe. all taeTerriaory and Neighbourhood of that City, the Moment tie' French Tranfpoits appcarM in tie Road, has been executed with all tfce Horn* and Severity imaginable. Hcoonr compebaaOtT.ccf toad up to the Rigour of fab Threat!; and ^n:- the neorSary Caotioa ef depriving rtht lamy c/ QjeriOT, wili fifcort a General ui AOs of 1 kjgiiiaii �hfifj lirt Nitarewedd ttcoO a% were the Ba-fei,*fltfe*fcvHaai.. OntbetStaleftaat, miblick Notice StL^^iatfcerBWjrtailO of the sdjstxm Coamry, to five � I ,Ai^li7i 1......nliiilr a*Jtheir c�-ft\ fcr thatafl tbclr tfitfr-"beiwl letrt with theGround. The People ^mmsfagry. *�* *T Day-break the next Morning, the  Umv foimtd their Camsoa to demolish the neighbouring rlgi�^ �tich tarir red hoc Bills toon cfieOrd. In all /hmtet of the Reach of the Aitillerj', proper Detachments �#Ciifdbv&c. were fcatta erase than; and1 during the ttb�i|Nigbt, the whefc Ccvxorr    6Leagoe� rooad was .wmtpnrral Gmftcgraiica*,   On the Morrow General  lAsthRtB^ ntahBQjoreenatOhrc, and casa'd them �dfenfc irpatr ieuncdiatdy to the Command of his 1 "*or ^ Coouxaod ot Pnnotl Lewis of Winem- ^fi^5?*�Ha&�w^on Saaday Morning dif-� � ten at Scaibotragh, wbeicbe went a few Days *J"k****ry of hi, Heahh. ri^fy the tr�oJ jyatba, of the iecond fiegiment 2Kf?"^-�;Ttfj io Hwie Park, when Mr. ^5^.*,ll^�4Jt^Pa,�^ fi^ctte to Mifc Dives, '2S? ^*c^of ^X4" ^>�y. aadMrjHallr ^^^^r^Jt�pme�of Foot Guatdt, were prefented rw^C^n^"*1^ �*mer ** Uea*enaia, in the room ~J^**^dcora'd; and the latter as Enugo, in "'the It a, in ci and on a SafcitWn of mbrdcring Mr, CantiUon^ and ifterwards fetting FiretohisHoure. On Sttunlay Nicht the Poll for the City of Briftol flood thai; SirAbnuiani Elton toi6 :________ 1�}*$T*** E% 9�$ ,JHr. Cbfte^ 814   . Thftr write from Cork in Ireland, tKal oh the jd Inftknt, ortc Michael Carmody was ntecuied there fcr Felony; upon which the Journey men ^Weavers of that City (who labour under great Difficulties by rtafcrt of the DeadneU of Trade, occauon'd by the pernkiotts PraQice of wearing Cottons, fo deftruahrc to their Manufattures) alfembled in a Body, and drefs'd the Criminal, Hangman, arid Galfews in Cottons, ill order to difconrage the wearing thereof: And at the Place of Execatibn the Oiffltaal mde the following rcmukable Speech , �       �......,.,.J:,~-,,^^. .,..,,.,.....  Give Bar, O gbod People, to the Words of a dying Sin-' nert Iconfeis I have, been guilty of many Crimes that * NecelBty couipell'd rap to commit; which ftarving Condi. ' tion I was in, I am; well alfur'd, was occauon'd by the 'eScircity of Money that has proceeded from the great Dif- * couragement of our Woollen Manuiaclures. * Therefore, good Chriftiam, confider, that if yon go on * fuppreft yotir own Goods by wearing fuch Cottons a* I * am now doath'd in,yob will bring your CountryintoMifery, * which will confemiemly fwarm with fuch unhappy Malc * faaors ai, your preient ObjeQis t aitd the Blood of every * njifcrable Felon thaTwill hang, after this Warning from the * Gallows, will lie at your Doors. Bjr particular Dtfir rc of iorv w^haaVd the drawing of rke Charitable Corpo-_ when No. 94675. **� drawn a Piac �� l�r�ad So, 95516. bees the Ian drawn Ticket, 500!. Wefcam hoc* Norwich. thartbrR^hi Hon Sir Robert Wiijclr. brogaFimcan of thai City, was prefeot at tbe WEkfiJoatfeere, and gausg to give LiiVoie, a Cry arole l�a&wadiJ!� to Lia u� Gaii* ^ou. P�>*ry aad Uirrup-Wa, wika Su Rcbm uxk      ye-t PkaXacuy, and poll d TaelicfisM fce the Coraay t� Xfc&Jk ccttp m To- ' Tley �onr Ccm DabEe. tlx: coe Charks McCkhnd. a Dnfxa uk ibrL^VrGCcs; ?.!cisf�mh'4 Ke�ir.cnt, pre-Jam^betUci^mHtircotbe Eartay cf Kircuibright in Scanad, ml t^uaid* a&c xdsagj i.oiipjie thai Honour with 'ieGLva tt l-ilsixs^h, who Ls� body taken upon bun tlx Vrijmby hSomcg ood at Lei Hoafc at little Chelfc fcsaaYcarci act Age. Mtb. Jaci-toa, fole Daughtci MtohwedjedmcfJs soooal whkh fall* 10 Mr. Jackfon, let Ita Cwaa, mm ax tie Uaivaiuy of Cambridge.  d Haven. taeCouon J PrrArekr, James Peaite, Ef^v a Gcntlein*" UsSmtby ctx Mxry Ceatly �aj conunirtcd to Bridewell 9 Ssr Tinman OLugu. fcr facs>g cyucern'd with her two r"     defame D*y coeatuictd to (he Gattbaulr, �nmy Grave if i Jhtuld Jit the very Things wore ,      wwg**' >ne � Mifery, Thievery, and this untimely find j alf which I pray of the Gentry to hinder their Children and Servants for their own Characters take, fho* they , v e P� T�demefs for their Country, becaufe none will . 2rfirttf ,T*f Co,toos.      Oyfler-Women, Criminals, witorci, Huckftcw, and common Hangmen.   _ High Water at London-Bridge this Day, at 43 Minutes Her 1 in the Morning t and u after a In theAfiernoon. ^turctay bank stock was 134 1 4th, it Half. InaSTJi c ^l* ^44V*.4* 3 4*�. �43 � 4th,j South-Sea Trading $'ocit 7?   7b� Old* Annuiuei iba 7 8ths. Ditto New Aimuraei f ajr 8th. Three pet Cent Annuity 91 � �3 4�1�- Mfllion Bank 104 1 half. Alrican 22. york-Buildings a 3 4ths for the Opening. Royal Affurance 91 ihalf London Aflurance-t 1 3 8ths.- New BankCir-culatxn 61. 5s. Prem. South-Sea Bonds-a8i. Prem. India ditto 46s Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 19s. Prem. Englilh Copper 11, us. Wellh ditto Books fcut. South-Sca-Houfe, I^ondon. May 9, . ... t7?4- 'VUE Cwrt tfDtrettors ofibe South-Sea-Com- � fanygbvt Notice, that tbtf fmv* ai)t*rn%d tbtir Salt of* tk Rmaindtr ef the Qxhintal, ami\lbttgofbiiitat Duft, and Grana SUwftrt.tiU fPtdntfdy the zid InjL at qin tbt forenoon. _ York-Buildings-Houlc, May 9, 1734* 'THE Governor and Court ojJjftjiantt of the York-HuildinghCmpanf dtbtribj tilt Ntlice, that a Gt-mtral Cswr / tbt fold Company will it, btld at tbtir Hou/t in WincbtJttrStrttt, on Tuff Jay tbt lift Mont, at 11 dClttkin tbt Ftrtnm, on (pedal Affairs j .and ibtj Jirtber givt Nttict, tbattbt ttaniftr Bttlu tf tbt laid Company will bt fiut en Tbmr/day tbt i6tbInjlaMt, andeptn'd againmlburfiLaytluktU cf June next., ,   - . Charituble-torporation-Houic in Spring-_   _   Garden,  May 14, 1734. fHE Court of Committee   the /aid Corpora- titnghtt Notice, tbat tbtrt will bt fold bj Auilitn, at tbtir Hottfi en LaMrentfPeantnty=fiUl, in luefifay tbt titb Injiant, at ten i Clack in tbt Fort noon, vise, J large Quantity of Cambrickt, and 7 Stbt Garlich^Hol-landi, Jtrip'd and plain Calimancotj, Bombazines, Cbtrridtrritt, Woollen Cloths, blackwattr'd tabbUtfotHat Linings, Uifuattr'd figurd ditto, plain Mantuas, black VtVvit, Silk Ho/e, a largt Quantjtyof Plate, Gold Watches and loofe Diamonds, Clocks, Wainfcot Bfcrutorts, a large Parcel of Compters, Preffis, Dtjki, WainfcotajtdDeal CbefluMft. *Note, The Goods to be fe�n from Tuefilay the 21ft Inflant to the Time of Sale, from 9 in the Morning 'till rat N ight. Catalogues to bt bad at tie Place of Sale, and at tbtir Houfe in Spring-Garden ; alji ef Samuel Rivmdi', ef NorfoU-Jlitct tie Strand, Broker and-Anclitneer.-----:        ~!   ~." tn _ ~*pRE Managers vf-the Templeh Mills Brajs Works give Nntk/i 'tbat tbey itiill \tntinut paying tbt tbree Pounds a Sbare, order'd to be pajd at tbt letfl General i\tuti*g, at Mr. Ramjbirt't in St. fbamai^jlptflles, near QueenSlreit, -London, onTuefday, Wtdne/day, anH'Friday inrvtrytyceh, from two to fx 0' Clack in tie Afternoon, to the fourth Day of "June next intiufive, and no longer, till further Nolict bt gvutn by the. Managers. _ A 1 the King's Theatre in the Hay-Market, tbit Pas. being Tucfdsv. the 2lU of May. will be terluiiu'a PASTOR   FIDO. An OPERA,  compos'd by Mr. HANDEL. Intermix'd with Cberuffis. The Scenery after a particular manner. Pit tlA Bote* to be put Cogtchcr, and no refloat to t� uhnified u ith )i� rickctt, which will bo dclivsr'd tl.ii Da/. ! (be Office U lb* Hi�|.M�lcrr, ac).�!�'� Guinea�ieh. Galtary �� By His M a j e s t v'i Command, tio Prrfoni whatever to be admittrd behind ihcSMOt*. _To begin at half an Hour after 6 o'Ctock.____ T the Theatre Itoyal  in Lincoln's-Inn- Fkl tt (h be admititd. Mm F�Jvu wbaistsr 14 be sdoiitse bit&oi shf |�Mt*V Mr. I: TTi.r. , .   ,.   ,.'AW tikri llh Sf For the Benefit of Mr. Ptrtor. .   ,   */ln*I MK Lee; ABy bis Majt#fs C*Dtp**y tfCeizJuitih ' T trie Theatre Royal in 0rurv -i-anc, ihtaDay, the tilt J$ Mat, �i*Uk rr ^an'ri. Mi w. >i,J.V Sri>Ms,,Mr. Cibbw; **tM* Ut. * at***. Sit. t'ofet Luciia, Mr. WWSwej Vnm, Ht. tvaus ; kiaitia, H*%. fkn.-a 1 Lucia, atrvftwiier. ^ .'. lll^'Am'Jfam^r >,�."'��'.' And (emit BqtertaiMacaia ofD��*Rjt.. rutktiUrlr thelStrtla, i �      TOwHiehjbvr^reVwinhes^M. arsreecand   , The INTRIGUING CHAMBERMAID. ;       Intermix J -xitb Som}�?     -The Cbanbtrmaid by �:rs C1i�� i Vat<*i!*r, m. Xtuppttattj CoL tl**% Mr. Matr 10 ba aMakMd ietoibt aose* hot b� priaeei tlwatsj which will m dtUverd at ibeTbtaue.at s*. * z-Ktxpers. By bis Majefly's Company ef Comedians, AT the Theatre Royal in Drurjr  Lane, ** Totn^mw ihea2dof Mar. will beprraneed a Co*t�r'u&'a. The PROVOK'D HUSBAND: Lord Towil), br Mr. Wi'.lum Milb: Latfv Towelr. Mta. lietaoi Ta �iS� trill It tedded. The  DEVIL to PAYi o a. - The Wives M h tamo     h oj'd. With Vatitty *f Buttnaumemtt, atw*b* txfttf** lh iht-tHtm tbt Gay, Tickets ddher'd (ml fir Tmrflay tbt 2$tb I*p4ut, will bt take* at ibis Play. _ --------     .        _^ At the particular Defire ol Feveral Perlons  of Quality. By bis Majeflfs Ccmpcny cf Cemeitians, AT  the Theatre Royal  in Dhtry�Lane, on FridiT-the I4fh ��" M�r. �r| hee�tieu�d aC �wrdr. calPa The  C O N S CI OU^  L O V E R & Written by tbt late Sir R i tji a a 0 >Ti* II, Indiana, Mri. iKtaa; Tliinfci^e, uA t-lonzi \XS� sa^ la aufca eSt  tu|, that u� BaTH Water nay Ipuklu'g at iba Footuaia all tfee Year, aaal Ataetal raasailtal wciC ataje at BAI  i�| Alibiiiftcar. a.td UU�� MeaaVa.  | ijJlQjPr ____oei Time, (rgat > litita of IaT*l ���>.   

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