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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 21, 1834, London, Middlesex The Daily MMdj^r P R I DAT. JbNE iir 1734. frem tbe French Camp before Dantzick,. June 16. F. work intcfljwlv fvnifti oor Jn-trenchments, and the lame will be per-reeled by "Tomorrow Night. We ire likewifc crcfiing Batteries far the j 3 Mortars our Fleet took from tbc Rul-.fians and doubt not by their Mean; to annoy terribly the Enemy's Camp. r'earc in no Want of Provifioro. .iod (hall wait very contentedly tbc Return of our Fleet with Succours. Wecorref--rtd with Dantzkk, fpite of the Ruffians, and learh from titax, that they purpofc to make a vigorous Sally thi� Night I BjoarheBefiegcn- . � I ^Jfitlfi, Jtait 1. Great PreparatioiK are making here for rkCoron�M5nof hb Majegy..i** * I>ifSculrx^ntcs totletm one the Number of Kings avcihave already had of that iNarr*, t,4 whether Charles VIII. of France, and fomc latter Princes,' ntto beadmitted into the Lift.', 'fkalj J*** > 9- w **** Majefly's Ships remain ; vkbProlperity,. Comyns, from Gtriney; Infant Duke, G catty 60m Seville, for Hamburgh. Arriv'd, Spanifh-Town. Sflpr, IJtey. itom Jamaica*- Since Writing, bis Majcfty's .....L ON DO th- Ti fikJ, that a Treaty is actually on Foot between the ts&trot *nd a ceramPrimx m Jralv, who had a very earjjr tadiuthe prefent War, and who, would tbc Report be true, mid got want a P red dent for fuch a Step in his Family. private Letters from Berlin mention, that his PruiSan Ma-efijis very much troubled with a Lethargy, that it-has feiz'd hiO fcreral times, even at Table, and that it was greatly fcar'd led the fameihould degenerate into an A popleciiek Fit. *Til confidentiy reported, that Mr. VVaipole fucrceded in-crrl? in the Drift of his late Negotiations with the States-GeDcral; and that he has cemented the Confidence and good Vnderilanding fuDufting between their High Mightmeifis and this Omit. Th reported likewife, that the Maritime Powers have a-perd to take upon them a Mediation of the prefent Dilputes m Europe: And Ionic Letters from Paris allure,- that tbc fame feeing nude known to the French King, his; Majefly declar'd tbu he would willingly lend an Ear to any Prpppfal be might irceree with Honour, in order to pot a Stop to toe Effulhon otOrillian Blood. They confirm from the Hague, that tlie Wednesday and Tbaitlij in lail Week, being the two Holydays, which hap-prping to follow each other this Year, were to efftS mighty things lor the Roman Catholicks, the fame pais d with great Expedition on one fide, and an equal Apprehenfion on the visa, hot with no manner of Drforder on cither part. The Notion of a Revolution which the Populace of the Romiih MiofipD had taken tip, how ridiculou icever, bad fprcad it jHf.thro* alt the United Provinces, and even Brabant and iwtbelievU to amount toftvcral thflufafid r^trfjr The Chamberlain's Witc bring with Child, was to frighted, that fhe mucarry'd Yetlcrday, anJ her I tte is in great Danger : And one Mr. Chatnitn. a Carpenter of the Neighbourhood, afiill-,-ing to exungpiih the Fire, was mifrrably burnt. Mr. Allen, the Mailer of the Inn, happen d not to be in Town, , ; Scarhirtngb, June \b. Lord Shinnon and hb Lady arriv'd1 hereon Friday Night, and the Hon. Mr. Southwell Yeftcr-day j fcveral Coacocs came in laft Night: Lord Craven and the Eatl of Lichfield are expected here every Hour, Com* party flock in daily. rlifckrs, and had lb far the Attention ot the Magiitracy, that ttt-Gisird of Klaperroanj was doubled in the fevcral Cities, aal Parties of Horie patroU'd the-Streets both. Nights. At the ffjgat the Corps of Burghers was call'd out, and itood ready m� Drums and Trumpets to give the Alarm in cafe of Dan. pr, but no manner of Dilorder happen'd there, at Amfterdam, crmanjnother Place. The frincc and Princefs of Orange were not arriv'd in Hcl-hnd on Saturday lail; but the Wind having bccn�nce favOur-tibt for their palling the Zuyder Sea, it u imagin'd they haw by this lime made tneir Entry into the Hague. Letters fern the Rhine take Notice, thai_when Prince Ecgcne bad News brought him of the Duke of Berwick's Bath, his Highnefs ftiew'J a generous Concern, and laid, Ifoilirjkaldied Qhrhujlj ; I left not to firiJhLLiJk "u-iti Ibmtr. ' Whereas in thb Paper of Ycflcrday it was inferted, \int a Ttejsy of Marriage was on Foot between the Right Hen. the Lady Louifa Bertie and Capt.; Bloodwotch; we are now well sfiu'dthat there is not thelealt Ground for the faid Repeft. TfeRi^ht Hcjp. the Lord Vilcount Lymnucgmn, larely i^canted Kecpeii of the NewToreft, and Lord Lieutenant of ri� County of Southampton, iiJjthe room of hu. Grace the -iMeot tiohou, will be alio made Governor ot the file of Wwhtf-isL'ihfe -rOom~ol his GraEe~the Duke ol Monugu, Bade Captain of the Band of Gentlemen Pcnfioocfs. till Night his Grace the Duke of Buckingham was ex-p^edat hb Houte m St. Jaxno'i Park fiom Abroad. Lift Sunday Thomas Greville, of Great Marlow, E( mar-ncd wMfu^ffler, only Daughter and Heircii ol Samud Wiltr, of Rcaduig in Bef kfhiie, Efq; ..... Vc^crday aniv'd at Limehoufe-Hole, the Spon-lh Town- Faftor, Capt. Walliam Gray, from Jkinaica, wl.o left xJic . , r 1 r � _ c IiLuttl the 25th of April bit, when noSbipwras arriv'd thtre 1 a $ a Meeting of feyeral of tbe Lrverymen of hunhe America. | tlu City to i.nJiJer sf fa and ftsfer Ptrfom to bt tltiicd irJa Ut Ojjiu tf SLrifi (far tkilCUj aid Cm**) *f MidJItfirJ fir tbtYtat� utfmitz, it mat uaaniaouRi atrttd n tin ft tbt favti The fame Day came on the EWttton for OigsjuE. of St. Midatl'j CotnhiU, when the Nuiuben ou thctuil BjlU� for lb* Candidates Hood thus, for Mr. Kelloway Mr. Young Mr Boyce Mr. Frcwd Mr. Worgan Whereupon the three hii being tnrown cut, the Eleaion lay -flSJ^f^t iicllo,*,a>' and iXlr- Yoang, when on the kcorA ^Singly �K3y"""^�* 53-"Bunft. i**..3?* �a�dedai-d-Yefterday Moming, between 3 and 4 o'Clock, foon after kS-^''ra?lie,,.*'?e.6on�!out, a Eire began in the Stables (occa- as likewise icveral Ware-to Merchants and Cocnrry helonging to the Crofs Keys Inn in Gracechutch-tUert, �--- fion'd, as 'tis (aid, by a Servant leaving a Candle burning) and ill two Ho^rs time burut the faid Inn to the Ground, mgetbei *ith aUthe^ Fumiuuc, Stock, &c. houfa full of Goods belonging Chapmen, a Waggon laden with Goods in the Yard, and tbx hick Pitts of about 12 Houfcs advent l hcie are two P�-fcw mifling, one a Gentleman who lodg'd these, and the ocLer a poor Woman wi-.o vvis to have been reiuov'd as the Da,y to �heHofp�al. live Horfcs belunging to tbe Sudbury Canicr burut to Death The Barbcri Stop in |ke Yard wis %J and the Apprentice* lxin� lotk'd m thrre, �*erc U*d W*eal Difficulty. A GcoiUrMi pvr-'t'd Uwn lte l*� �U�C8uir* Floor, and was haypiiy caktihTd wuhaot r.urt. High Water at London-Bridge this Day, at 6 Minutes after 3 in the Morning; and tb atter 3 in the Afternoon. Yefterday Bank Stock was 137 1 half. India 146 1 4th, a 146, aj47, for tbeOp-ning. South-Sea Trading Stock 79, a 1 half. Old Aruiuirin 104, a 1 4th. Ditto New Annuities 104 3 4ths, a 5, for the Opening. Tom per Cent. Annuity 94. Books fhut. Million Bank to;. African 22. York-BuiWmgt 2 3 4ths. Royal Aflurance 96, Books fhut. London Aflurance 12. New Bank Circulation 7I. Prem. Soath-S a Bonds zl Prem. India ditto aL 7$. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 11. 4s. Prem. Englifh Copper 11. 14). WcUh dhoj Books fhut._� _ ^ X Sourii-Stt-Hmiic, Loridony . - ^ ""�7'May."ii34. TTIIE Court of Direftors^of tbe Sloutb-Sea-Com- faingivi k'stitf^ that tbty will put up ta pt&l'uk Safe, at tbtir llcMjt in Thrradxtrdle/trfft, en Thitfdaj tit $tbt �f 7"A text, at r/rtvn in tbe Far noon, tbt /ollficixg Ejlattt, im tSt Cauaitt �fSsrfdi. Oxford, fAiddltftx and Effex, vie. A* Eftate, latt ef Sir Lambtrt Blackivau, Barf, dtctatd, (one ef the latt Direfferjef th*faii"Cimpa*1) [sing titnem 1 ammth and Norwcb, ufam a navigaklt Rittr tine, in tbt fcvtral Paiijhn ct~ RtrdL-anr, Frutbteft, tf'i (vit, Lim-fatbet, Brazembjff, Stntn^flranv, h'tmitom. Cant la. Sestlivaed and QaLh, all in tbe County of Nerfili, of about 1500 l,\ fa-Annum. A UafihcU Eflate, latt of Ftandt /Aruw. Efp (mt �flW faid latt Din dart) lux* im tie Patijb afSitttbnokt, or Parijhts adjacent, in tbe County ofOxftrd, taltd Abboti Wood 1, containing abiut 80 Jirti of Aral-It Land, and 220 Aoei of If'tad Ltytd, tbe Timber and Wood tbtrtm valued at about 4000 /. A. Freehold Efiatc,Tatt ef Amb>oft Page, Efyi (one of tbr late Diredori ef tie faid Company J lying in 'furkt Jhttt, near Enfold in tbe County of hlidduftx, of about 4/. ftr Ann, A Lea/tbold Ejlate, ef fart ef tbt Manor �/ U'ejlbam in tbe Caatf'ofEjfex, and of arfarni call'd Ham/iitb, and two-Ttntnunfi in the Parijb of IVrf.bam in tbe faid Ctwtty, late tbe EjlatitfSir Jobn Blunt, Bart, dtztatd, erne *f tbe latt Di-rtdsri f tbe jaid Company, Particulars of she~ abvvt Ejfatei ivill be deliver*d out at the faid Ssatb-Sea H#tftt fiem tie $tb of June next to tbt Time ef Saka :-------------. ....... N. B. Particulars of the Eflate. calTd Abbot's Woods, may b; bad in the Country, at Mr. Robert Berry*s, at Cane-End near Reading, and at Mr. Thomas Wood's, at ia�epheidV Green near Henley upon Thames._____ York-Buildings Houle, June 17. 1734-"JTll E Governor and Court of JJfiftanti of the Yark-Buildingi-Comfatn di bettby give Setice, that a General Curt-of tbe faid Comfaity null be held at tbtir Hfje in Ifinthtjier-Street, on Wcdujdat tbt 2btb Infiant, at II o* Cloth int'x Forermn, being ent of the i^uarttrl, General Ccuiti, ac-<�rdi*g to tbe Company s By-La*vt, and en othtr Ajfairt._ \ Mine-Office in \VincheJter-Street May 31, 1734, Y^H r$ js to give Nt)tt(et that a General Court ' ifibfGtFttrnor and Company of the Mine-Adventurerr tf England n to bt balJtnat thii Ojjict, on Friday tbt 2.1ft Day of June mA-t,atiZatl&ofnttocoti/iderof a Dividend for tlx Half liar, tiding at Midjsimmtr next, and that the frani/ir Booh Villi be prut, from and afltr Iburflay tbt 1 yb of tbe faid jf*�*, and ip/nd a^ain ea ThatfJayt'tjbxrjubjijr J[ffyf^jh^*1^- In order 10 preferve the V- E A C E of the CITY, /it a Meeting of fever j! eminent Citizens, it A~A- r^cai uxitximmfhagrttd' cn fa put in Nsmhtaticnvfsr Sherifft fjt tbt ltui miui"g, tbt tw. .......A �u.............. M ICAJAH PERRY. Bring the ffKiar Xldet:menv4� have not Jerv'd that Office,^ and who are Grntlemen xtah#f.\ afilttd^'to bis Maj/Jly Auug Gtirge", and tazJgiffy Ctn/iitutiouiotv in Church and_ State._ folt'jvam i&ortby Aidumtn, viz. BAR N A K D, Kxt. :Efji � To the Worthy Liverymen of Lontfen. ., YOUR Intent, Vote **d Poll (ij^erffkt)~ari r rw�M d'Jtr'dfir TH O M AS MR R C E &ti�rlsrS*tiM�.�-IU)r, tMh near ih* Rotal tkch�r>|t�i�t Michttl Bin***, at the Tjrj.er aejt To*��-4t�k i *�d at TMhmi CplH r�. John Twyman /or the Mdfter. AT the Kirifj's Theatre in the Hay-Market, ** Tomorrow, being �he 234 ot' Jww, will bt pertorm'dt ' PASTOR FI-DO, An OPERA, compos'd by Mr. HANDEL Intermix d toiib Cboruffn.___ ^ The Scenery after a particular manner. without T�ker�r*hkb will bt_4elim*4vtUt Pay, at theOffita K> the iui-&utk�t. at h�tf aCntMie�h. Oallery 51._ - � By Hn M A.j a � t r't CwtrsMi/. By a By particular t^tfire. -f Mtih .Giatkmea oj have b/en niminattd byTJbt frutial LwJ Maysrt; therefore dejtrethe Vdu of their Fellnx Citixjtm, f� Mr. GEORGE MERTIN tbe Elder, Cilixen and Siiuntr, A so Mr. WILLIAM PATE, Cir/waand Merchant TayUr. If'le jiaed the f'Ji i/i the Lift of fueh Gtntltmtn Jt mmiaaied ; ard that they __ the VVrorti. To Ltveryjucn, ot London, the City ol MEN, G I -h t l e fOUR biiercjl, Voteand Poll arehumbly d<- �*� fa'dflr THOMAS H Y D E. Citbui and Difttiler, ft It t� if the. Bridge-Maftert sf tbti City, in tbt loam if Mr. fjsr. W(hh, dtttatJ; having bttn a Uouftieefef in th* Pariftj tf Sr. Stfultlii't �tfi/j ftiim Yturt, and bttn a Liveryman oj h.t Csxfany f.^nly tin feati | has had tbirtttn Chilli m, <-uo of iwitb art ft sit unpro-viJed for ; and in tbrtt Yean timt Uft iOOO / in 'Tradt, by ^.bi.h mtanj h* it U7U< rtdltcd. N B. At the l�tl Election for Brn^e-Milter. I had the gieatcil Number of Hapdsr except the rcrfon ejected. 'I'.'ii it the fxntb timt of fttitimng. Eledivn vtill bt tn UJAmmtr-ffti�� . ' .e,.^,^..... Company of Comedians from both tbi Theatres, AT the New Theatre in the Hay-Market, *^ �h'� 0*1, being the aill "f Juoe, will beprtfotfed The Beocar's Opera, Tragcdfe'd. Mathcatb. Mrt.Charke) foilfi Mrs, Hihertt 1 Lucy, Mil* J'fcett pejchum. Mr. Rolco* Mr�. Ptachum, Mrs. ..SbtretW'fj Lotkii, Mr; Torbuir j" f/'itOi. Min?r Aibt \TjSU"S*iBiTifor; HrnOTrnifn fud^e, Mr, Uallam *- hio of bi*il�.i. Mr. Jont*, l>a.Mtra|xt, M'. H*>�-lals; M'�. Courr, Mil* tKcti; Hit. Vii-o. Un. 'iaiout ; MoJ/ Brxxcp, Mif> Dechiiigto't. All toe CbaraJItri In Roman Shafet. ~ To whith wiH b� �fl4-"^ The L Oy ERS OP ER A.- H^ifb Enltrtainmtnti of Dant'mg, vvi, - The Fifrnt by Mr. Ontof-iiu- ~ ** � JSS-Coii^iiyittMwe trtficliadot tf* Lo�er� Opera. To^bcgin exactly at half an Hour after Six o'Clocb. g�w 41. Pit li. 6d. Gullay ti. ; Oa Monday t*n wi� be ^%iiWtiiiA:iii~v*%im, *�h i:.e|x�^i Of�]uk -AeU on Wciacbay wn*rd"t* fe�-�*3 UOin :u, f ,.f Aiwf theb �8 Ycai,) �ij'd tj-C Nonjurcr, ,wri:�cn If t--�-t| iVi'-vt,"nsji ,Joc' I 'uteit.___....._ S i B B LI S's Gueat At Mr. S I B B LI S's Gkeat-Koofci In Oxfurd-Road% M*ry-le _5 1 s S 11 e a t. o.cjK. Coe>pel.pi�Hff ,� o'M*i by C�pf. yire^ai*. Ooip*.� tvi'ttttttUt .GeaticBBcn ttUtt-t- MatUii[raau.ii, yhklLwiibt tx^Ji.iM&�iJ.f^ . ___________By a new Company ofiWugnWT. - ~ AT the Long-Room at Pancras-Wcllj, the - Uiieili^at of lUjung optu'ft-e Ri.fe in �luipfirr-ij 0>*n/:�r, t FfWliert" ttjiutfd by a:�|r Sen of ferurmcrr) toteiti- AiAjuutrjpa^---" rv�t^<�c. *o4 ir*fi;iy �l htomti Uiasaf, ( f Via bezkt tu4.akMaj,js9^. t'j^oMi^'i^'u^lSm'::;.; Samnici icjtx.. The *b?iJe titcitu.nxoi ��!! tfl�-�W��� at to fitc ile 'pcrtan,** �u 0;n> riD.Qiijr of ^ijii^JiiMas by P*y bjhr. ~~" S B |t ii Ibxiid litppcu to b* �,ci t�Kr>i'if, �tUhbcm Nutsbet rf Cojchcs u ill be *l�J>� tttif iifKMi the Sfut tofarri l.bt CoOfMMf ta t�cjao. *'� j& r on U*ei Vo*a� ia tuflts oa Ttvu/fitajr inn ill of Hit, t y �oy mtb, m�
Coarit t to be (bewi) a.^1 �t tbe white Hut at Uwcioe WcaatAaf ibe^iUcf jutf near, or they *re W4ito Huo f� ib�Blmitt AaiifaaV 0itfiicci*�a(tlc rcltiioc 10 ikctr fcotii ar "t Koankg. thenm t*> U ntuitoioM b'f bir^fuhe. Duieut Ncwtaflt.e. or �bom >� Quit jj^ioi. �(^xdii>g 10 fuUi h 1 U*)eltrVOr)f(r# aiid Bwl��t pco-ut'<;�f 1 he fl<�eot Eutriof rf, Mir|^q|/t�a ftoor, v4 not lel> i.-.w ihrea Ho�Ie� to Ho:i. Aad uo Micrdaih'tc 3 J ot Augoil oti>. rU'eol t'dif guinea* Value *iU b� Bus by tuy h -It. Ut'* c� Ut'dutf. i- V- i^rcr*03�P.ne u> Mtiahol the ViUcol (111/ ttntia at any oac rims U.f"o#e. car'ys g The ofl.� 10 be e.tti'4
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