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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 25, 1834, London, Middlesex                                1,f ,T f aiiilfr ilia I HE Arfminb, wfth the Ship of War, itaaaja, with Swift, Combv, for Lifer** the Mary, Hill, and Friends GoodwiB, Philips, lot Barcelonaj the bale, for Cd�; the Ana sod Catherine, White, lor Bremen ) and the Amelia, Ferrer, for Bergen.. Arriv'd Ommn GondnriU, Haricy, from Cadiz i .and   ........ Smith, from Liiboo. Wind S. S. W. After, JCn tx. Tbt young Lord Dandy landed here reform? from Calais, laving amfii'd hu Travels. l*he Ladjr �T Mr. Harvey,V Comb, eafavk'd the (ante Day for Calais, lia^ertogon Donkirk, where that Gentleman at present Kyet. We had a BritiQt Meflenger, and a Foreign Courier, tab Moraine, and took Port ittHOediatdy for London. T O N D ON. Members cbofrn for the enfuing parliament--- f)r(*3*z7*.. J sir W2liam Comnry, Bart, t Hemy ^raw?�ar>. t        Hed*ortb, Eiqj   J George famvEfa;    �  � .'  . -- Urmcfabng the Poll for the Cbowy of Norfolk, the fiuue 3�4 3*53 Jfc Sir Edmund Bacon, Bart" J&.Weodfmufe Mr.Mordcn 1 3147 Boil Mr. Gake   ' 3081- TfUunyw a Santiaywa* demanded in Favour of the laft Tk Nambm on the Poll for the County of York, were, fcrSrrMfoSttpvhon 7884 Sir Rioted Wynne --� 7714 ChohnkyTonnr, BjRfl.......        7880 EdwardWortley Montagu 5876 tfetSatfrhry n demanded for that County likewHe. On Turflay Night the PeB for, the City of Briftol flood ti^ ForSrr AhnrtamElmn -'   - 1030 JofcnScrope, Efox 1716 Thomas dofter, E(q; 1657 The Pott for Chewire, opon dofing the Books, ftood thus, - - ForMft Cholmondcky 3817 Mr. Crew    . 3710 �   Sir Robert Salilhury Cotton,  Brother to thejtarlof Wcftnsoreland, and . Capt of the Firft Troop of Horfe Tafiii. that the Lord Catherloagh will ftand oOndtdate fer the County of Kent, in the room of the Utt .Lord Vil-iMVfVane. .-- � ........ �. Tm Reran of lusLonUirj^, an* Sir Edwariceru^ Tot Kafka of'the Shire for Kent* was made by the Sheriff the Seamy before Lord Vane's Death, otberwife the Right Hon. rk Eb) of Middlesex mould have been returo'd in hit room. . _�Ttey jBwtn.Pmrk,. that, a .certain EhgHfh Nobletnan vm'i kofyjnitab^marrmi taem-toJjcwifiJrWcifea, coning c^MaAwmleile da Main?/ JWbtcr of Lewis lUf^rf BemboB, Dakrof Maine, on�oT tte Ptkcetof �VBted Boyalof'Frjitbe.'   ' -'   - iJkn WoJcAIf.Harpor. {Son of Sir John Ffatpor, of Dcr-mae, Bart, will be married to' the Lady Fanny Mannors, SoW* his Grace the Dokeof Kotkod. ' IiitS�twdiy-Governor Tinker, who has been fame time AbwdVairrt'd here; aodYeflerday be waited on their Sia-�*B at Barjunool, and was gracmdly recehrU. Yecmfay died at his Hade at Batnet, George Philips. Efo> 1 Gewksam of a r^rird Fortune 1 The&ate Day died at J*r Home in Srrcttxmflreet. Weft. 14xa.H�c�iB*, Relift of tbclate Mr. Hutchins, of , . at luaHotrle at Windfor, Cape.-^> ^�Hor^jrold^fteer, and Capuin of a Troon in fc,�*W of Dragoons, htetheEari of Stairs's. jkAJBuk died, near CokbHler in theCoCtty of Eir�, ** , on fotcial Affair*. Charicable-C^qponrion'iiDu^ in Spring-....   ' Garden, May 14, 1734.      "t^ fRE Court of Committee of tbefaid Corpora- * timpvtJNtlitt. that tbtnnxillbtfiUb}A*&m> *t Am Jlmfrml&acfPmttmrrHdl, m tbt l%ib Inft**. mt ttm iCktk in tbt Avrnw*. �nr* > ;jf/*j� ^MtOiNf f^mbmb, mrnt 7 Stbt CmrSdt, Htl-tmti,Jiri?f*ndj>&Cttnm**ms. Btmbrnxit^ Cbtrridtrria, WmUtm Cktit, i&d^fMTmUktJrH* flMUMterV tbtt^fbth M*mmt, ibtlfthtt, SiUlfyt,  Anir **n3it)*f PUt,, GtU fTmttbtt mJ luji DUmmds, Okit, Wmbtjm Efirmtttti, m tmrrt frntl tfCtm^J^nJi*, ^Nett, The Goods to be fora trom Toefflay the sift Inftant to the Time of Sale, fitnnom trieMornii^'tiUTatNight. ' Catabemt to be bad at tbt P/*te�fS&, *xd*l tbtirttvt m StriqGerdtm � mtfo / SamuelEdvmdt, f Ntrfilk-Jkttt 19 tbt Stund, Bnttrmjtd JuBimeif.         THE Proprietors of the Free BJbery are * Srtdto mat attbtS** Tavwnkbmd tbt JUpiBxebmtp, �* Fridtntbt lifting**, M^td?tHlMjU4fif�^ CmfoMf t mt which 'time end FUet tbt &umtitttmllb*i**' Jtrt tbtm tn Atwttof   air. I Me�MT> w� U Mm by Mr._____ n&*vnmi risenft> be hat'�t that bqpm MnnA^ lat Sw * cWaT-. VJ.~ j^Tr        . For the B.siriT df/MUs NORjlIS; fytbelMtipnthmCi AT theTennb-r * tur^Mlm�UMD�y  Otorfe arantS. Matt* ewn. Mtact Kataty ; IT ri�iUcr,Mi%H��ti�> ^nsb,^^^^^ The 1>� VIL to PAY: .     ..... � *.     " The W1 fu Mitauoiphoi'o. -  i�ualt^fJw�vltH(:itftlin�ih^l^KHB%�:'a1nBMa�t:^ ap�e��imin Aa4aw� Betag m to at *M� bf tee at tHa Eftiof tat VaM*> it Meriakwawm at fa g 'tt4lw� *" tfa� Ult   m tfeb Oa*p*>j) �i� evet tjt1     *P�T" *i. *    Gnnrj^ ta> beght tsnelly at Seven o*C�dk. h he $&Mi%   '�" \^m. mmdfit tbt fi**t, imntm de Htnrt tfTm^md. ^Frut rt^Sbi^JHOt^er-Bt^t�mrt,mt4i I'ifC'CHOVET's, Surgeon. bttnewFt- �am'-dT Anatsnty t*>'th ftwrai lyynisyavasi acaa has �r w 3 %U>I*��TtoS& cxauns Mini) �aim 1 ifiiimj 1 ' ^ K. D mN K I R Tbomgs Jenkins* Commander, AI|-S ^W^^Sj , anV nuir' %?J�k*^iM 00 �i* Fmcii orlMrtorMBmr�mm ay.______ ^..i.;^ begm ,ejoc^ JtJbndf N. B. Ihe rtcattsbf fiittiSoUcribers who h*�e noi rctpviJtbt UUCail will imk be adoMiiad. No PcrfoathatetT to be adaittae bthjuil rb> Sowt. For the Benefit of Mr. HEWSON. AT the New Theatre in the Hay-Marker, ^* nn atoodajr east, being ibe ajih laHaar, will b* yuftmwi ibe firarannf _ King  HENR1F the Fourth. Witb tbt Hmmi 0/ Sir Jon� Fani'Afr. Uottpa*, Wf. HamCm, tte ain�. Mr. H��i� j tb� friuc ot Wails*, Mr. *la M. To J�hitb  fair at nnUawt Diljpsal inMyans, Wbsnvmbni. faswVhsm, naawiP bria> tbem so Mr/aamsw my, tsfnawi. m Stif^gswfc Ctmnjamc matt barn Throe OaMmwawma*; awlwb  watk;tf. it �i*r>4 m aa mfa-rf. tM or mMsnia. fray * tEwdl live Motic* at the anon nawjaa^ rism, awl j� fokt The Covcnc.Garden Tragedy* lovtgida, Mr. aidow ; Caft. Bakwa. Mr. Out. �> Calrr#, Vt. Iber ratib-inmlp M�. E��twat Kttiia, MU�M 3r.     GaUerjH.td. To begin exactly at Six o' Clock. K*. Tkkct*dcli�e>'d imi tot ibe^uataasin, anncTtca-re inLweoWt-ioarvKi. *jU m  be�m>�'4tb�TkliU0* thi�V.�|.  Mr. H�*fwa�  �c  Eslnttvetfa -pab la, witb tSar^nrit nitcfa'd, wt* aJod b�tale. Uaoxcr wilt biiaa_ibemto Mr,Ce4&3, SW4>4-itwilcr. u Charts dtm*. Atari i�-taircTbirry tttiilinta a>w�rd^ est 00 Q^�lir��a�lA!�__ LOST on THurJUay Night kft, aboiir^^ a �*ik cwedej ��frr O 41, (��i�4 Caac,- ih� Heai aboae �a ritm awt h*b aa�n, amb untie f ijjtc�cakk>fi'J oa i>,c * �.  |*tV, Caaaat. aodaL�)a�Jwbait. 04 (be T^ttarcturf V�caM.f ttif a Cr�tt, Wbo� -cirr brief* it to DitkH CoSceb^dc acar "fcwpW twr, UUC rccaivc a Caiuaa b�#ai4 at ibe Bar, and   CHett�>�t ..L'j W. a,-^-l�a�ttreet. am* bWivm &a� baf� Katf  
                            

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