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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 6, 1834, London, Middlesex                                yjemta, Ma? 29. |H E Court recriv'd VetVrdav a Courier frcai Lor.dt.ti, with :omc DiijUtcbcs of grcat-Issporsancc ; Tvhrrru|x!n a Con terctxe was isnneJ-aKly held in Pre ^esce of the Minifier* of the two marv orntPowers. T lie Coin? deHcnckrl hi? fcnt Advice hither, that ooe ot the Pohih Generals at tbc Head of acoo Men, had exta'd the Ccarary of Obcrbenten, _ upca jbr Frontier* of Sikfia, ani com- 1    .       Difcidcrs there.   * Tis laid that the Baton dc ^liaJfer to the EkAjr of Baffaria, has afib.'d the %HiiR S DA v, litnt tf,.iyj4. - �   ....... �   -- �-       �............�� II v# j""^at tk Mafia will very fcortlj? fend his Ccnangint VeZl*" 4 WWW. The Captam and kect pot j�7]| j^igjK and remain with the "Fleet and Outward-bound. jS.**n:tc Maty Frigate, Homam, tbt Gibraltar; Fli-zSk. Wade lor BrUg�ater; Hunidirv, Brown, far Ca-J^B^ila, Blafe, lor Lifted; Bithia, RuSci, for New Sigi_Aniv*d the Crown. Thomas, from St. Cluiflo-iST. ExneditioB, Taltot, from Abeam. !"  ^ L O N D O N. 'fdklif the R�g^ Hon. the Lord Mayer, accompanied by |L|rfBK AUermcn and other Perfon* of Diflirsason, went ?r�tfrd *~itT andeaibark'd there cn board ^eS-Wo Company's Yacht, In order to yiCt tbTJftiver Jjuy; anil hota thence to take a View of the Fleet now isja� the Downs. Oe Mcwky UH the Right Hon. Sir WiSiam Strickland, faggaty at War, arr.Vd it his Hoafe hi Giofvetsor-lijuare 1^ tV Rath, where he had been for the Rcccvcry ot his jfc&ai and on TeeSfay waited on his Majsdy ax Richmond, .(nt sod gradojflyroxiv*d, .. ye kfir (kere will be a gnat Number of Promotions in the |-- u (job sj the General Review of the Guards it over. The ftgfct Hon. the Earl cf Peterborough u rtlaps'd, and fcfopmafly iH at his Scat in the Country. Tk Rcht Hon. the Eaii of Rockingham having fnifl.'d la Tacm,   artw'd 21 tBe Hague in fcb way home, and is (hotly over from thence, with the Right lion. Ho tjr^Ofio^on, cldca Son of the'Eail cf Tankcrtrille, atpnisg to make the Tour of France and Italy. YaWhy George Oliver, of Nantes in the County of Car-fm,Efi>; was married at tiammcrimrth to Kiih> Dunn, a =�w�c lady of a large Fortune. lb, JtBKt Brace; Keeper of his Xfajefiy's Mint at Ldin-|�^&d there the zSih cf hit Moon. I^Week died in the 104th Year of his Age. at his Seat B Hcnhafflptonfcrre. Sir John Lewis, a Gfntirman poucs'd ^� VT3bh- Elbe in that Cocmy u TtiodtT Morning HtJ o'clock, Mr. Tucker% Grey Celt m fren Hyde-Park-Corner to SSougb, which is eighteen Ufa, agunft a Dun Mare belonging to the Mailer ot the Tlnr $agt in Piccadilly, jbx zo Guinea;, which were won h/ojcftnacr. W� lean by Letters from GLunorgacQiire, that the Poll fct dot Coonty ftood thus : Boii. Mr. Talbot �  694. Hen. Mr. ManfeU �... 719 ., Tkeywrae trom Etiinborgh, that Sir Jaiao Niifmith. ot Nk, But. has been rechotcn tor the Shac of Potblcs.   And bamCanegy, of Leys, Esq: is dnfen for the Shira of rahr, a tht roaaof James Scott, E% who had represented tJatSbtretbc four preceding PartiamcBts. TkDtjacicg-Rcioin at Hampftead epecs on Monday next. Twi, iUpio. This Day Sir Miles Supyhon and Cholm. ky Taner, fctq; were rcturn'd by the High Sheriff. Kinghts Uf ekficd for the County of York ; hir Miles was again -wr*4jany'd round the Cafik-Yard, into the City, round :Jjt>rta*Biw^io6, and home to his Lodgings in Coney-~y^tninii&i^ cany'd before ha: Sir Miks gives a Ball to the Ladks to N^ht.   Mr/ TanS was not Chair'd. being lame of the.t�*aa.:,^ --W4, Hat 31. Since the scth lnilsnt amv'd here about J�^>kt anj loaden Ships ; and on Saturday Lail were un po?d into his Majdiy*s Snvke ten Seamen from cn board At Prince of Wales Sloop, a \ c�el beiongicg to the Revenue f^ens, flami'd here,  the fajd SeanKnlintyiPg been kuJ^aky of conveying and embezzling tome Brandy from :|jFh**da~Dwch Smuggler, where they wire phe'd as a ht which Crime they are now dote caoho'cl cn board � �nd feat from the Note, which only waits a fair Wind to I ��y tad pat them on bcatd fomcof his Majrily's Men of War, �"ipg m the Down*. ___-rL~L_?'Vmt** Edis&vflf Cimramt. Mar z9. ^^BS9> AC�y 18. This Day came cn at Burntifland the illefliBBol a Member to lepjretent the Burghs of Burnniland. -tjP*** Kirluidy, aud Dytart, whtn ttc Hon. Fbomas J^^s Bwdteto the Right Hoa. the ll^/l of Ruhc*, -2z^TZ'"---fmK:^:S�^4^k'C^Mi, Max 50. �ffp�faaaTnjy the       came on at Bormidiod the Ekclion Ir?**'0^ 0* Parltament tor that Diitiu't i>l Bturotvs, viz. ft^^Kwkaldy, BuniUland, and Kinghom.    I be Hou 'J%*r.&*m St. Cliir. one of the Caodiiltu*, iud Delegate SX-thelkrgbcf Ktfka!dy, went to BumutLrtsd ihz: Mora Kwdtd by the Delegates trust Dydit and Kinghom, Ckgreatea Part of the 1 'own Coanol cf tbefs three Bur tad great Nuutbn of otter liihibi^w. frora each of Aix*x 11 oXlock the Delegates ttrw icaj the Coun-gHoy of Burmuland. and cunitnu'd together till live. Cud CoSosci Hi^ clewed Member u rrprcfcii: that etUajag Pirlumcm by the Delrgato froui three sa�wl_r^,0'M* W lCX to'*31 :iili^Uijn 01 lLe tuunoli und gfcgttf Son of tie loiifctuiiiU�;! thcJe Buri ITGWi. Water M�Ci^.:.-B.uJ2c its* Day. wot t m the Mtrcic�; sdJ 2 after - - ai ^4 Minutes in the Afternoon. YeSenaty Bank iaxk was 114. India 14 s a 1 half WSea Trading Stock -6 1 41b. Old Ananiues 102 SV*�-  D�D New Am-iaoes 105    Thrt* per Ccni A� *i*t*i 5.   Royal ACurai.c qz 1 naif London Afluran� tilStht.   Ne� BinkCwc-UtwDtl Pica.   Soutn- ^afnds lt> Pitrc. Ir^a caw 4i� 1 wee per Cer.t. ** *t�- Pro. liUO kcfciifo Ccfpei il. 'I' per WcUh ditto Royal Hdfpitnl for ScltHen, at Gtt?fiw13�, , June 1,1734. 7*//� DircSlors of Ins Uajcftfs Rojat HtfpM fsr Sntmn, at Grttmich, A trrthgnt �Ww, that J*tb tfWnr-Drvt/rrf *�V tUbtrd.ifitn tf^hft, *t mrt Ki&Hg t* fir** tht/aiJ Ihfpital'iutb Cltalh anJltitt, fir tbr fe^mrt tUrt, may gixt tit thtir Pnftfrft t* feVw, /tatJaf; en Wtdatida-i tht 1 t'tb Ixfl. *t id im tht Afowtrw,   ttf'Jwtt, avj cftndagain cn Satttrdai the lfth ej'JtJt : tl\tt /eV ll'Ur~ *anti Jer tkt Hnlf-Yi(ir?% Intorjl aat tbtrnn at ^iJfamy tki 1 \tb cf Jagnft ; en id.kb Days tbt /aid Stxi Tra*if, (pttrfuant to their Rejilut.ji. at tit Of-sural ('.Quit be(d the }Oih Imjiaui) 'j;ben Bonds in exchange fir tbe lame %l lil he tjfued by tht Cioxpastj, cairyiitg an Imeeuji at tky^Rule  VtnchcIkr-Strecf,' M�y ji, *734- fffTS is to ghr Natittt tbdi a General Ctmrt ef tht Gtvtrnw and C*nfav% of tbt Mint Advtntsemf'^f EmiLnJ tt * be bcldm at the, Oj&t, m Friday the txfi tfjum^ iKXt, nt t z at 4V#s�, tt emfider    * Dividend fir ilbe Hmff A Charitablc-Cbrpmdi^-Hoiifi^n Spring* ^ Garden,  May 31, 17*4. WE Ceurt cf Committee of tbefatd Ccmratfai r giz: Xstkt, tt all Perfm, �tW bttvt fteigj ttsty Gmuli at   * Aflcmbly-Houfc, Epping-Forrcit* MEETINGS afpcinltd fir lir^^lW, tnttFTt- -- ' Afjf, September, Oefjier, Xrvtrntbtr, hfviday.tbt.tOtK MmdajtbtXttk. Mttiajtbe Stb, Monday tb* aid. Mmdetytbt JfA, _ Monday tbt it)th. \Mtmdaytbt id, \Muutay tt* 50th. Monday tht xStt. Monday tit To the Worthy Liverymen of the City of Londbn. - G IKTUUIS, *pHERE bang a Vacant} for a Brifye-Mafitr. tyitSeDeatiefM.-. Jo�at Waa�, / htmblj rtnt* & F+v&refysar fttt ami Inttrej! to be tut tfjmr Bt^dtt-Mafitri, eW^^nrasVrirf Menbant, attd fiee tf tit BlackfmStbiCm* pasty, ami betvt ttt* apt* tit Livery upwards ef t'tsjtntyfinsr, lean; but bating met nvitS grtat Lops by Sea and Land, St l*Pe for swr ktnd TniiAgeekt, in being ft gtusd cut* appear early in tbe Hail im MidAjmrner-Dtt next, te fa-xftmrtte iiAti jomr Vottt, nxkitb txill he gratefully achavJtjg'd by, > Gotlemen, tear mall obtduoi htmhU Servant, WILLIAM j>AVBY. AT the King's Theatre in the Hay-Marker^ *eUm4o>r emu, bt'ua tht tth cf Jw�, wiltrbe orrfbna'a PAS TO R   F I D O.        . -An OPERA, compos'd by Mr. �AHJ>EIW Intei mix'et ntiti Cbtrujfet. The Scenery after a particular maimer; fit �ni note* rt� be fvt tof*ibct, not no ftettut t* ht�iai!itt4 wiih 411 Tkkeis. vhiih 'ill be 6tltwtt'4 tlm lUy, mt tbvOftmn ibr /ti>;ed The   PKOVOK'D  HUSBAND: o a......,=m.,. ... '" A J o u a n e v to LONDON. "K .... l��TC�^-fe�^�.lJ^^SK<^*Mlth.13MMMi.Mm^~~- Mr.kU&i WjiCraoj, am, siwetniflj U^y WiMoijlie,,, M*i.?�U h4; St ftu-t-'u �'n��head. Hit. Jwutsi Couuc nij.i, Wr. Jlma . Scuac a\*h�f<. M'. Wuo4**r1l�a'ajiia^, air. Gi#/| UmjsM^' ivii�af�u - Jiti�uocwf. *,4i. luLbuu. *^ si...-. X- hMA (<�� CaO-ej ��U be �4.eJTa#iliAOpei*,.tjlji^ The    L OTTER V. J,ci atr.GuodJI.       the Cull timeol hi� mpcirioj upo� iU$ii|r.CtU L�dr L�is, Mr.. Hot&ijuMt^ieatkt, fij. Tort�i' i lo*on� *iica:oti trf Dswb| bj !�(.. UM, fciri.iAXSi?^ ufo I win aaa uticr�- I"o begin exaflly at Six o'Clock. Sfxei 44.      Pit is. dd.      Gallery % 1. tioV.-re-i it*be ir-u't'Jalter it� Ctmaui ii 4'a�a op. C-> ukcarK^l / Best w.ll U fitf^ud O�o,oaio. for the UaeesttmtM ft.*alu Ne^ew taifce Uts IL*eilWiii�. fctij; CuMMiae, ALL Pcriom wba-iuvcany Claim on the pniWal aii�rc of s" R*<(b Hue. Uie of Uow-itaU iatba C us-./- cl ^Jorf**. i 1 j ici.i.c {jat 5*1 .f->!ii> to<* ui* ^iitCMAut*y�*ofU fci'ptAiia To  L-   L E Tff&gi' t t\ *--sr8? Houic and VVinc-Va^|^�Mcj^ Fiflj- ai
                            

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