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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 18, 1834, London, Middlesex                                TUESDAY. 'J'twi-tS.-trjl t\ :*v �-* *\*-'-.^v-* . *..**. �as> in !    .....rijln t-h i 1 ill  m-ill. - i    * >� * * Dantzick, June S, |I N  ~ift�.wll.iUA rrmov*d in a ruc?ry . Hour to t%e 'garter raT  1 erritoty, udksagninoblig'd fcveral to'quit their Country and Fort unci; ittasip^ulifli'd an Edict, enjoining all tuV2cbjeifb> to declare their Religion, being dctennin'd to txtiipate all Seeds of Fro-, tcflanifin.        ~ -^S^fmt:^. WindN.W. HtsMajefty'sShipPba^ix. tjfitiui Morning for the River; with the Sedgwick, ffar-for the tart.  T he reft of bis Mijdy'i Stups mnaia a* , WhX:f ^ipce" �mtllown,-_Mft�3f� --, fbrllrrrpools-�Uy, Dtlamore; Antilope, ;Morri�i and Speedwell. Heafirl-iy, allthiee fur I.ilbon.   Arrh'd, Lee, Andctlca, From Ma-ijfiarirj j jiappy Jahetv Macklifli, from CadEt; Marcntaid, Crawford;; from Jamaica; Lucy, Poller, ben McnuerMt; llrilirinia, Tl�ompfcn� from Gibraltar ; Giltiatd. F^incU fearLrghoin; Warun Galley, Huddy, fromMalazzo; Bri-1 uwii, Davilbn, from Venice.; Drag�o. litil, hiwu Scath-rCardiria; Jj>ln and i nncis, Etiwpod, ttom St..?hiitl^o'si 'Kingof Portugal, Hughes, front Lilian.     -L  O N  D O N. His Majeftyhas been p!ea?dtbappoin-: the Rev Mr M�Xjd - Fejiebte to be Chaplain to t.teuteriaut GeneriTTauoo*>lCcgi-�Wtof Foot, in the room of the Rer.Mr Storey� decrai'd. BnBgnGeorgc Gray, of Col. Kane's Regiment of Poor, tp UJSfffgii ,10 a,Coro|�cy in his Maj^tty'i crii Kegioaau of root-Guards, CoromaTided by the Righr ilon. Sxr Uculcs ASfiks, in the room of linfign ^iewton, prefen'd. Lieut. }a{pt>Cb^|on_e|LJrt|r. Jaiptr cbytct/i Regiraect of Fo�, to be Captain in the lame tytgimti.:, in tlie iumd �1 up. Broughton, deceai'd. TKeTollowing Gentlemen to be GfEceri in CcL G^rge �hai1 fefanwnrofFoon viz. ,   . I ^^8" J�hn Lewis Duponcct to be Lieutenant, b r^trrocrri T ^J*l*a!u�an f Su-jaoies^oodr* Itegimcnt, wkricum from tit Service. i�a�Loelchart, Gent to be Enfizn, in the room of Eongh -fife *fc*^ahi Cnnningham to be Adjeom, in the 10cm MMimwt Collins.        *    -...... AiOf**0*"** GmilT*nu> be Officers ia his firf! Troop � Horfe Guards, commanded by the .Right H.jn. lie Lcjd t*pt. Wilbam..CatvH to be Exempt, ih the rooaaof^he, r . #T�?*t *tUr Hawker to be Brigadier, I i� the roeni of .^�^hprdtrrd.   And, . Mr. Rider to be Sub-Brigidkr. in the room of S�b-B:��a- U/m- ?b�en like*�fc pleas'd to appoint the Rev. ^NwJwlas Wolfe to be Chaplain tp the Irirpendcnt Ccm- ��d�rd h�-Wi!liams.   Alio. { L?tt;ri froa XcrU iqr_ the way of St. Chriflopber'ji, inform nsof the Arrival of the Gkwcttier, C^.^Btofe, *rho was reposed to be taken by the Salkemenr aboat * Fortnight ago, feanrig Mr Tobias Wall, a WeiT-lndia-Metchant, well on board. ____ Wc kam by Letter* from Bar badges of the 30th of April, that therr Crop of Sugar was tike to prove fo bad, that fcveral 0* the British Ships which arc now there, will hardly get a Loading back to England. tali Stinday Night died in an advane'd Age, at her Seat at Throgmore oear Wiodfor, hex Grace the Uutchefs of Northumberland, Rclia of his Grace George Pitzroy, Duks of Northiirribeiland, iceend Natural Son of iving Charles II, by TTier Grace the potcheis of Cjevtland'. Lift Firday died at the Bath, Major Jqhn Hanbury, one of the Knights of the Shire for the County of Mpftmou.th; and M Night JonHanbury, E^tuseldcttSon, lay at thci'ouit f ftearhar hrslioafe in-\Vfcitch?ll. Tney write from Calaii, that three French Men of War, part of the Brcfl Squadron, were lying at Anchor in that Road, as likewise five Tranfpori Ships, in c*lei to ukc in the �vo Regiments fur Dantzick ) and that an Order from Court wis 'hoatly expefted for their Embarkation. L>denmfrarn the lriflt Regiments in the FrencKSmice cccnc aver daily from Oilend, and they report the Delation from the Army m general "to besery great? ~ * �______ Abundance cf Seamen hare been irnpreiVd in the Downs within these few Days from the Ships homeward-bound. On Thurfday latt there wzs a Gcnaal Excrcifc of the^reat Guns and tmaU Arras on board Sir John Norm's Squadron in the Down;, for the Improvement of the young Seaincn. A few Days-ago died at his Seat near CWcntry, Samuel AI!e yne, Esq; hx HighShcrifr for the County of Warwick; and cnTcefday larl bb Corpfe was intend at G really in Derbyshire, at ivhkh Place he had a confiderabie Etlate. Lali WcdctbeLady of ThomeArcher, fefcpone of the Golieireffn'of the b;e tail of Orford, was iafely dcliver'd of a DaugLter at her Houfe in Covent-Gardtn.. 'I he Diicctors of the Bank of England hare purcnai'd of the Mercers Compiny, a Pitcc of Grjund behind the Royal Ex change, for toe Conrrni *�' Wd �t T�room of Maior I .HI- * eke, �iz-a'l roop Exempt in the, roop, in >Xc Major Lrfle.   And, � hwj. Capi. William Herbert, bte an fc� Troop of Hoile Guards, 10 be Ca^ <* � 1 a of (Japt. Madan, preferi'd. . , ialBCj VeW by a Letter from South-<^*^ flhoipe, Elca Uadtmbark'd ou board tu- A^^T ^u War aiClauki- Town, in ord�r to icwm to '���* �*, U.� laid Ship u e�pe&eJ avcrjr l)*/- } A CoMMott-Coxirtcit-i holrJen 111 tH_ Chambet of the Guildhall of th� City of Lotf don, on Thurfifay the 13th Day oTJuiW, in tlio Y�r of our Lonl j 734, arid in the Eighth , Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GeorgetheSecondi KingofGircat Britain, Ac.'. Mrntt tfjmte, p#j irnckti1y.eiecitd to repuent the Shire of Argyll ia the esuTuing Parliament; and that upon the fame-Pay he was bkewife circled, hy.� (snfickrablc Majority, to leprefenf the Shire of Stirling. --r\'' . Lail Thurfday the 401. Plate given by the County, of Edin-bcrp^tBuilhavebeen ran for on the Sands of Lcith, but fome Difitrresces arifing, the fame was delayed, and a 10I. Prize was run for to divert the CompaiiY, which.Nrfter a great Stmg-g!e, was won by a Horfe belonging to ibr Karl of sJrawfoid. On Friday the City's 501. Plav was won by a Horfe cn~ trr'd in my Lord Somervslle's Name, and belonging to Mr. Smaih oear Ahbory in Vorkfhiit. And on Saturday hisMajefiy** pool Plate was utm by a Horfe belcnging to 'Squire La^nbcrt. There was at great many By-Races, and a good deal of Company and Uivf tfion all the Days of the Races. \ Ycilcrdsy Bank Stock was-157.' India 147, 14.7 1 half. Soutn-Sca Trading Stock" tti So, �o 1 4th. Old Annuities 105 1 4th, ioj, 1x2; 3 Sths, 405 a 1 4:0. Ditto New Anr.uirjfs 105 1 half, a 3 4ths. Ti.rc* per Cent. Annuity. f;4 1 half. MiUiofrBank 107. African za. York-Buildings | z 5 4th*l Royal AlTuianee 04. -London Aflurance 12. New Bank Circolaiicn 6L-15 s. Jgrera-- SoutluSea Bonds al. 4s. a c^- Lrem> India ditto zl. 1 rjt, Prem. Three per Cent, ditro il. ids. Prcnl. EngTiffi Copper il. rf�. Wclfh ditto Rocla (hut. - * ; _ For     C' A   L TTjc   Mary A   I S, Humphrey* Gilbicv-Commandert SAILS pn Thurfday Ci^oit >ir ik uo itc Uiaa.Mlti at EiUiicftcTuu;^ ibe Am-lictizto C^ffichouie, t-f al'ibc H f*ie-t-amx- tl ThotOM C^lii�*',, (Uu irtli^Ts rear Sr. Kub;f iJ���^iiir,.   " ---- . ...I______John Twyman ycr the Mafter. L OST Ycftcrday, near St. Martin's-lane, a very forte ^!.t-e .spjtuel Midi. b% with J"upp, h*v.nf- t\vi bp��. Ea�. a br.'.vj ipat up n bcr rote, and aaoibrr Urfooic �p � u ibe Naive of Chl.x-, ilii a Unit CtAi.r, iOu-.b'c, ttz. Vctboo, B)x*&iburv.  Whoever br �Urrf-s>iviLcc, thai!       hk t a Gaacra iMa^d. bit Cmfany rtvtnNtiut Teari 1 bat bad thirteen ChiMrit,tvdk tf nvhhb art jiilf luifnvidtd-Jfvrv I* tbritYttn timJtfl '2000/.'in Tritdt, by tvbiebmtant be 11 n,' Lbe Haj-Marker, at lull* a-euinea ��ch. �H�ry v 1 -- - -By--Hit- M a j-b �-t-%-� ComtHandf--    _____ fio yettiat whjrevcr to be %Mrimti hrhtnd |ha Sceotf. T'o-brgin at half an Hour af(er 6 o'clock- lt Z To ibe polity* Gentry anl~ ether j* THERE is lardy a/riVd from rhe Eitlblndie^- a-young' E L E P II A N T.    . , I. "Tliii iiobla L'��iuf� wai hrought over by jE-apr, 5>>e�>e4rtf ffOtnv Bcocoolcn, in lhc Ship T-eihieullwr, and it no* !�> bs 4*#a at thai   < Crew Moora ar the Looiva-Sp^.y/, .from fit 1 ill Jen in tfnt Morninjla and (t�m fwti ijlltlirit in ;t - .---,r.'-l    . WHEREAS Mary-Caplcr, Witiiof Nich." Clu.orrtei). v/ca: away on Fii , " aid uu-fc Oooa. and Ktoney with tier to a cjondetabte V'alu*. witucvar' briugk hrr �o ,\ir Tillm/i, ioQu^ket-Orcti, b>t(lc(lsldi, Hull tcteus i�� t'tiocdi Reward. "' .       _    '  , .1    Ni*i�, SI* iiatail Wonwnof abro*n Cocnpleiion. 1 A Gentlewoman hath A mind to take Children to uoiMthat are �-�� thtco or {>ui Y�*�� old } or ao/Wwo*. Perfiiti ihat bath amifld tuli�e private, wiifood air, and at a reafo*-rrice, nia> inquire at Mr. I ay lor 110 OW-ltrce -lija*f�. Royal-Exchange-Affurance-Office, 14 Juhe, 1^34. rflE CORPORATION of the ROYAL EXCHANGE-ASSURANCE do hereby gm Km, iLat     tbegreater Erumravmtnt tf Perjt*? AJjuriw **itb tht /did CORPORATION, lb,] bavt REDUCED FIRE-ASSURANCES,, and tbjtUleir titftnt Rates are at follow, nisi. their Pttttdumt tf Soms Aflured. Any S�un a�t cxcccduBg acol -= c   l   ->tr   1- IW.J,;  ******  i*-'**�**t*.n*-  fi*�j**** Brick Buildinga, or Goods therein, at 4 s. per Ann. s. d. 2 of t6j- perCent. ftr Anb.  o. Timber Buildings, or Goods therein, at 0 s. per Ann. 6. 4 >per Cent, per Ann. Hazardous Goods, in. Tim*   .4^ ber or Ttiatch'd Houfes* at 10 �, per Ann. 5  �i n� f�nt   nor Ann      V. * * .i * 6J percent, per Ana.   ^- ^ ArJtlr.t they Afot fir SEVEN YEARS, en any B>itk or Stone B*yL/i*w, any Sum not exceeding 1000/. fur TWELVE? SHILLINGS ferOzj a'J a. fir 4, rooo/ fir FOURTEEN SHILLINGSjuO"' iw/'Vw fibje.-t,^ the/ifjurtd te myC-i!hm Cnt.d-aw t9 rialsguJ Itffe*.   Pretojjh at la^t may be had at tithOfie en dt Ruyul h.xd^i. N. B. Ail P*rjcmt Miead^ fyke* ty tU fit* Cl'pmthtt fiali tf *dji.e mttiiamd. J    _________        "V' fihuiiMaii 1 Hi   

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