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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 24, 1834, London, Middlesex                                I Friday. May 14. 1734- �   v*   Jp*    ' \ * a H E AiJininl*, Sir uita t?J� Ship* of War, remain as in my laft.  Sine* came down and remain1,   bis Ma-jeily's Ship the Tartar :  with the Swift, tcmbr,   fcr   Liffcon.    Laft Night foii'J,  ifie Don Cai*o�, Jones, for Cad./,     Tfc:s Mctring atm'd. t'.c   Anne   aikt Otrfrtine,   White, cn-J tie -Anne and Ewzabcta, Jcncj, frcm Cadiz   WtRd S. W. LONDON. Members chofen for the enfuirg Parliament: $enaef:t.   * ^cn- Tficophiim Foiteicuc, �� if Putt, Q,U ll'atd**       l*J* l>t**--*&, Clxb, Tile Gcods 10 he (y-r. ,       ,lc Gcods 10 be iccii fiom Tue.'dav th^ ziff lnTtan: Iimeof Sale. trata 9 ir, tbc \i<^^ l\\ - it Night. Sit&t 'hut "VHE Proprietorl * -jftin^r-ti ct tit 5 frt thtm a-j *^ftrji�i tin i j6ciC*Btp�i,      J'. tints' lit A'-'.s-r.:, *>     C> -. ^ 7 'itpnj, Tu.        hi '-tj �itt t'fhtry Are. fit .�. Hay tt * i 1: C -~r-ii C-i.rti :'tf.r it A' AT the KingVlHtestrc in ?hc HAy-Markcc. Tooi>�' *� (Mt fije:f:e\ and no tVrfv>o� to be admitted tri'h.'ut T�kct�. whith will b:   be eJmititd btbioJ the Jttces. _To begin at half an Hour after 6 o'Clock. AT the   Theatre Koyal 'in Lincoln*s-lnn ^* FkWv Tomcncw, the 25th of Way, will bo ptiForm'd a N�w OfhRA. lal.'d JE    N   �    A   S. JH-e Ctartuftrt art all ttraj e 24bof May. m. ii be prtfenicd aCnniedy, ca.li'A The   CONSCIOUS  LOVERS. Inciana, Mr�. Ilrroo j Tom, Mr. Cibber ; Phfllit, Mr*. CUtc , Sir J->haBevii, Mr. Mills; Eerfl, jta. Mj. W. Mill** MyetJ*. Me. *. HiUtm ; SeiUnd, Mr. Milwafj} Citnbafton. Mr. Grffii; Hutnphfy, Mr. , Wkh aev. Habita, iV.net, Machfae* tft �sg the htpTimt of Aaittg tb'u Sea fin. Boxes 5 s.   Pit 3 s.   Firil Gallery z s.   Upper Gallwy 1 s. ft begin at 6 oCiotk. For the Benefit 01 Mr, PTE WSON. AT the New Theatre in the Hay-Market, nr. tsbamrwmi^mt1&''^^ill^r^'^� 'liiiefi'titdi the Kinrr   HENRY the Fourth. H'ub tit HumcuTt of Sir John Falstaff. To uh-tri  -ihef Puatb-feowl. Mt*. S|*|to�, K >^ct!> a:if J �� . iuduffrioat Jcsiry, Mr. t>ua�ct. Wuli 1 be Original P>o'.ugte fpjkeo by Mr. Hewfjo, and ferera) Eotcr- ran*Dcr>r� �      be e�prstiJ�I lo^tje gteti CilU. particuUrty \ ftttcut M�^k upyo tbtc-imajofl fioie by a Oeadeaiaa, 4uuipj�*i by Sir- valeitiene. Bixtt e,j.      Pit jr.      Galltry 11 6d. To begin exaSly at Six o* Clock. S. 8. Ticict* it hver'd cut toy ibe Straragtm. at the Theatre Royal ii L^ub*-loa tu'M, wiU cott� take" (li>N>gat, bui arc defir'd tu W�.?�*ia'dfjr�hiT>iattaof �hi� Piay.  air. ifewfon �rtl uks Ljre ra dc;i%nng Oood< llulo, �i*. fine rice HoiJaud S! tn f'd. mirk'd M. O. tour dicta. fbA.-d, mark'j M. O. C. three "1:10 roarkd I. S. about ihniy oce piaio aud itiHcJ Jihirit uu-rcaraV-, to.cral S: a blue Cimbiet KiifraCftJfd. m new H<'. a fair u< Pui�p� tuar a'd RiUiaid Wood, &* -lea at.j ili.c l'c-ter Plates maii.'j I. S. aod dtvciauther Tin Vti^ocfcr bfif^> tMrtn to Mr. Wt�-ii'� abcvclaid, (hall date hire Oui-ixu ht'i �r-     the Wnrtr, ar-d in Proper I ion for any Part. Ii i/tf.i'J ;� be pa'c'd or I'/ld, piay (tup ihttn < ut tf alrcaJy ps�a  ..rf-ij.-, y ^o.- M.�-a-y afiain. ^.^m.. V^TOLN out of the Dwcllihw-houfc of Mr. �3 j -* y.ar{�. n St. llcroc '� r'ania, lpfu.icii, lalt Viiid.y NikIk, t^e ly ^ 1.11. , c iU�cr  a��:-'J oiii -*J, ) j aic J.lir 4 to Ii .�> rl>ei\ i J  . i id l;-.> . �i t.c I t.rcc  .id5en ri'.ivlj  d tl ix       m .'u tl.u   cu!c it I]     tJ�. an: *)U (bull 11. i c - ^: 1../ the wSu'c, at     p *r'i n'Mt *o� * ) t ar re (J P.-.U 1 j       i-tati aaii�f op� if* Roe* i� a fbrprtfirf warrtr, (tWe hitherto eo/MU'd by anf S�t of tVtfeftner.) tr�ft��ftr�-v.lir� V.uUi. f, TumbLnf, �od variety cf GroweVlHtttteiU (ai pri^HM at Sad'ctV WellO will begin at 4 o*Clotk this l>�r, �od fo CMMtstut dvtlv% tit Sa�nn*t U*.l  tween tlaooflow aod Charinf^rolr.  wnt*j�ht Silver hiR^j Sword, wrot* 6n_th* tlu&i -- Jones. Cottier, in PJci tlrett, Dobio, with ft � red Prlt Ititth'd, aod a tc�k tmkW, Wbott�twil| b-iog to�m to Mr. Cotfctv Swoid-otttler. at Chari^ ctolv4h*U r*> ceit� Thirty �hilli�|� Reward, aod no Qycllioca a�k*d. A Good Coach and four able Horfes feti oat from the Ate.taati Aldcttnaabati'i L^dew, TiMWotrtfw.tbaajib^ _ litflant, fbr ChtlferrwheT* Cieatlerttn an d PanVnjen m�y fe iecutaf rrKHiatcd with Plate* 10 Newport, Whitchurch, Chttitf, aod PlMO acjicent, at rta^abV R, ta�'I�p%. famous Ctiok, where all thole wb.. pleale toraakt U � of the UU Huuk, will meet with the bdl ol Emelismment, *i�il Ufag�i �* beti or all fam nf Wioe� it reasonable Rates. _____1_ZI_: _________To te /eTt-OT/teyWy S ~0 L D, " O* fbttrfJay the jotb Inftant, between fie lUirt ef xQttnStt tn tbe jir/arr James Ligbtbe**, �/yj one �f the m*- fieri of tbe High Ctmrt �y* Coatavrry, fmrfboni tt � i>rr�w /* /iv faidCe*rt% AHandfome Brick Houfe, near the'BeR In Bdmontoa), in the Coooty o� Mtddtelil, with Coach.hC*)(e�e4 ' Stabling fur four llorfet, and other conrenwm Oat.Hoof**; a Careen and Oiatiard wtll planted, and a Clofeof Pallure a ifrjirtine 1 hereto, �U Freehold, late iheBIUto cf Idward Amhnoy, Qcot. dcttit'd.     Particular* whereof eaajr be had at tbe laid Mallet's Chamber ta Lirtrt)ot-|rn.        ' �     . . I, �       ........ Tbit ii to rive Nuke it all Gntlrmrh, Deaiert in Cyder, �Ma* .....,   atbert, that tbj$ Day nvill be fold very Cheap, A Parcel of very curious Guernley Cydcrr by ** the HogOiead, 10 be talleJ ia �Vault under Mr. Pm'sHouM, two Doors below the Clack Horfe on Great ToWer-hill.   Atto-d�no� , ill be iiieco �i the faid Vault, fmm nine in the Motoiug till 5 at Niftbt, during 1 in abtreiime. and ao'loogcf. To  be LE TTi    ~ At Twickenham in MiMefex, over-ogauift Richmond, landfome Brick Houfe, four Roomf�-otMf Flnor, haodfiroly Hired up, clean and neatly foroifh'i with all common Cooeenb-ociei, with two Garden! well pUnted-ted fo fooi Order, Gtuattd a lu lie ab,��ctti� Church, froninf the Tham**, wtibv a naodiome Pirce of Grouod eodoftd before it. a�o aeother fhaal Moufe Ir lor a fmall Family. Baquiie �> the Bills 00 them dinaftj op ot Mr. Thomaa Twinine in l>t��reoi-court near the Temple. -   To  be  L E T t.-    -^ pUrniflfd or Unfurnifl/dt A Compleat Apartmcht of three Rooms and 'li't� light cloiet on a lirit Floor, io a tlcao airy Court� Fee.' chutcii-lWet. tit lo be LETT,     ~~~r SEVERAL double and fingle Houfes, with Imall Gardens. Alfa tJUes new bdill "'*k Hutile* 10 f� Sold, \v�l| linfh'd and waio&otttd, on  lou| Lcafe, and Imall titouad. Rem, fisuaie inaat>peo Air. and wi'hin one Mile or^toruua-Bridge, having a verdant 01 green PtofpeA bHbfe them 4! five or lit Mitel. Ecquire of* Wiliiim Uawiree, fe >. in King "JoboVcou", �ar Sr. Maiy MatU-'aleo's Cliprch in S�iuthwath. . To obviate tbe general impofition on Gentlemen in ....... -�^bt-^tk^^piiimiiig^^^mWr''^ * ~ COACH- PAINT 1NG is now performM with A�tira  , l'�r NraJr Mor.o 4>.-pcr I'juor.d chekper ib-iuc/imaiixily liken, atu> A ^dCrtrtn iu ^ti*iat painted; oo a Ci�di �r chat iot for B�. in the mill ititl manner, by Thomas Gsttnwooo, ? And >   C}:l:bTmn!eri. William Tauntohv   3 Tn IVartnr flittt in CM Ita.'u fitlJi, late fust Long-acre, Attrr&attapea tU*y be waitci 00 .uii Patterat ot thi�-(w�eilHthiNr"' JOHN   BR O W ki7~~~ At tbe three Cbairi and Walnut-treel\ on tbe Eaft Side of St. Paul's C'jxnb-yarei, MAKES and fells Blinds lor Windows of . all Sorn, ind paiotid fk>wer>o-� l t Uri.�-tliaiu. Hit. Willi ait Sr,rt� "f tabid- I, Mafc-fWT and .yt^tt r*b:c� of ill �orl�. Airuail Sortaol St^ts Vicf a.id Ch.m-wv fUftea 1.. fiji a> J wilout-ttce Ircanoea, with Coach-gUlfc*  t *� t>>"i, " f;ator.jil� Kim. HAVI N G for a loni^ Time patirncly licaftl the ftaodaI <.. M ~it> lii.u.t-  cisriHErK, / Lromaid T.tUtt. r.ia. ?
                            

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