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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 12, 1834, London, Middlesex                                S.,.M-a!.',U Advcrtifef. Namb. 1077, FRIDAY, July ii, 1734. July HE Senate has recciv'd a I,citrr from Don Carlos, demanding-if the Repub-iiclt to acknowledge him for King of Naples ; but the Anfwcr was flWl, via * That as the Repub! ick was deter ' fnio'J to Hand Neuter in the prclent ' War, ihcbeliev'd it improrwr to enter ' into any Mcafurej contrary to tSat  Difpofition.* Tharc arc no left than 18 Spaoilh Men .'of VVar crurzmg at rtrfn: in the Adriatic!- Sea : The Report is llrong. that they j^totombard Trielle, the principal Port which the Em-arcr poffeffe! in that Sea. finta, 7*** } Thar Excellencies Mr. Robinfon and ih Bftiynmx..M�niA*rs of England and Holland, have this Lt d-pateh'd Couriers to tbeir  rcfpec\ive Courts, with iSuJijit of � conference wh'cn thcy nad with tlje LOT^M Miniflet!, on the Subject of the prefent Situation tf&uJ �n Europe. -Til bdicv'd here, that the Event ifa Battle open the Rhine will determine the Maritime fcitn as to tac Part it will be proper for them to aft in this AVjje Crifis. DtJ, J�i> ���  Wind N  E-  The Men of War flill LONDON, His M-jcfty having been pleas'd to order fix Independent (aawunts of foot to be immediately lonn'J, and lent to fasiica, for the Service and Defence of ttiat 1 dand, the folding Gentlemen are Appointed to command tnc f aid. Com-jiae^ viz. .Hon. Sherrington Talbot, George Harrhan, Suweirope, Francis Cavaliy, John Campbell, and llenjamin burs, E^rs. HaMajclty has been alio plca-'d to appcint AUanc Lament, 7botus ftlackie, and Ralph Ducknall, (Jems, to be Lieute -Matsin Capt. Talbot's Company. U}lany Delabene,� iSewton, arid James Adair, Genu. Itfe Untenants in Capt. Harman's Company. titcrge Hamilton, William du Quefocy, and Moore Whit-kjr, Gtats.  p--& Te_2td_y Morning died at his Houfe in rail-Mall, the RjgM J|on, the Lord William Hamilton, next Brother to his Cince the Duke of HsrriiUon and Brandon, and Knight ut tVSuue.ia this prelect Parliament for theTitrite of Lanerl: in $toiUnd. He married About iS Months ago the only D^jhter of Francis Hawes, Efq; late one of me South- Sea. Dirtootf, Yeftwday the Moft Noble William Bt ntlnck, Duke, and tldtf Po/dind, Marquis of TicMckj, Vilcount Woodliock, �. yvas pubjjckjy married iu Oxtotd Chapel to the Right Hw.ii�-L�dy^liirgiret Haftey, eiriy Daughter and srnpa -tes Hetrds of. the Right Hon. the Earl of Oxford and Mor-^�tr, by the LadjrHtnrietta Cavendijh Holl�^_only Daugh-- trr atrf i^^otin lite Diike of Newcaitle. The Cetc* RWijrisav perfoqa'd by the Rev. Dr. G*ne(, Chaplain to the �*io! Oxford. f^*ir Graces retom'd, after the Ceremony was over, with i a fpirndid. Equipage, to the Earl's Uwk in Dover Street, ^le.his Loroflu'p gave a magnihctririintcrtainment to Jeve-ra!I of titcflflhjfjfy and othcj F�ibiu.of Diltinilion. ' rilcdayihe Right Hoa; thelv�rl of |erley and his Lady-,-�^efrosn their Scat at Wreilram in Kent, to ihcir Houfe in tjiwreiior^trtet. The lime % two ChaTfrncrii were or Jei'd to l>e in continual Jas�g on the Princefe Royal at Kenfuigtun, to^carryhci ^^^"^JSPdMwMtfWn Stairs;-~to prev'tjit aiip Accident ��t?-Kr Ko>'aTHigllSVin'hVl^g^y:' 1� Rev. Dr. Rundle, i'reUrndary of Durham, who has wfi4  ccr, ani Rolwrt Edwards, Efq; Ironmonger, who to- srro Sheiiffs o! this City and County ol Middlefex on {Jjr'rik L' forltc Vear.ciuuing, will be.difcharg'd hotn the j4-t:_.cl,y f*v.aru.� they mte not north idooo 1. at'the hJ^Ki " V"r?e c^eCtc^> au(l foop after that Day iIkic will fe*^'"2^ fomc L�v*'y-'VIcnof'ihi�Ciiy, totoimder of "�wl proper Pcrilns to be chofe into tlat Olnce at the next "aawu-Htl!, which probably will be the next Week. The ^Uaicn ifcsl B.JW ftaud f;rll cn thc Liu oi thofc t!l3t havc �n aaroioaied by the kvcral Loid May on urr, Ti.O(iu�3 a�T, fc<�j; Ijonruon^cr, and J�cob  J onion, fen. Statio �w   Edwaid S'.iong. M-ion. and JoQas Nicho'fon. Brewer, Z iff 11 lmti m:o �h� Chamber of London  'U ,,om ,he bid Ofiice. tt^.f^7y^il tic D*��bter o� Mr Lee, a wealthy Far-uai UaJ�,ck, dicwnrti herfelf in a Pond ntijr Paddjigton, Q68r"1- **"us laid, by a young Eclk.w of the Neign&ur- hood, who had courted her for five Yeare, having that. Day married another Woman. They write from Watford in Hertfofdlhire, that a young Woman coming to Chinch there on Sunday Lift, from a tone 1 tbufe at fomc fmall balance from the Town, was met bv fome barbarous Villains, who ravilh'd her, and afterwards llript and murdcr'd her in amort (hocking ar�i inhuman manner, her Throat being found cat from Ear to Ear, and her Body ilabb'd in I'cvcral Places, His Mijclly has been pleas'd to reprieve for perpetual Tranf-portation, William Fletcncr, the Gentleman's Cook who has lain fome time under Sentence ot Death in Newgate, for forging lcvcral Tmdefmens {lands to Receipt* for Woo�y, and was to ta^fdfrcl^'-mihK^y'tcr.- Willi the olher XlilcnWloTs, but had his Execution refpitol after thc~ Dead Warrant was come down. Yelt-rday thirteen. Prilontrs �xrc try*J at the OU-Eaily, , two wbcreof \\ere capitally convicled, vir. Catherine Bougie, alias Tracey, tor Coining t and Humphry Rammington, for the Murder of W.illum Wells with a Dung-Fork, near Finch-ley. James Firth, try'd for the Murder of Valentine Clark in a Boxing-Match, was found gailty of Manflsughter. Two were call for 1 ranfportation and eight acquitted. Canttrhury, July to. I .ail Sunday Robert Pullen, late of Aftiford in the County 6f Kent, Butcher, and Mofes Mol'ely, two noted Smuglers, were committetl to bis MajcIly'sXioal for the Eatlcrn Divilion ot the County ot Kent, by John Saw bridge', Etq; one of hisMajcfty's Juflicesof the Peace for the faid County, on a Warrant ot the Lord Chief Juflicc Hard-wick, wherein they were charg'd, (together with feveral ctlicr Perfons not yet raken} with lying in wait for John Eyres, and violently bearing, bfuifiug and wounding him; and sobbing him o' 4 1. 95. Hi^h Water at Lcndon Bridge this Day, at 27 Minutes after 6 iii the Morning ; and 5 5 after 6 in the Aftetnocn. Yefierday BwkStpck was 138 5 4th*, a 1 4th, a 1 half. India 148 1 half, for the Op mng. South-Sea Trading Stock S2, for the Opening. Old Annuities 106 1. half. Ditto Nevv Annajtics ro6 3 _4Xhs, for the Opening. Thi*x� p*r Cent. Annuity 95, for the Opening. Million Bank lor 1 half: African 22. York-Buildings 2 3 41 hs. Royal Aif^-rance^. London Aflurance i z 14th. New Bank Circulation -I 1 os Prem. South-Sa Bonds 2I. 16s. a 173. Prcm. imlia diro> 3I. 10s. a Si. a 10?. Prem. Tnree"pei Crni. ditto 2I. 2*. Prein. Engl if h Copper il. 1 j�. Welfli ditto Boohs Ihtit. GURPOS'D to be dropt on Monday'(lie firft *^ Intlanr, from the Side of her Royal HigftneJs the Pnr.cefe of Orange, coming from the J He of Thanet in St, Peter's Parifh, through Canterbury^ Seldentniry and Rocntftcr, to . Kcufington, ^1 Cornelian Seal fit in Gold with Diamonds ami Rul�i�, on whichher Royal tlighoefi's Arms was cut-Whoever has found it, and will bring it to Mr. Oliver Miguit, Jeweller, �n Porter-Street, near Lcicetler-Fields, ihall have Ten Guineas Reward, and no Qaelhotu aik'd. i?v a new Cmpany of Tsretgntri^ et the THE Di Of IXlKHIf DM th* K<*jK ia a m&H iUrprifc�| muf nfr(aot hitfxrta c^inU'4 kf a  , rter with Vaokta*ami UM &vcX Ki�j>!.Tua>blm(t,Pc)ttaw�, ad v>netr OrounJ-O^. rag, wttt ^e$wi thia Daf, et* aAtM* i�aif an ttoar after i o'CkH* m ihc aftensaoto^ an#~ Tl* Who> will W^-tV^e *�ih � ctk>tn (�mc�mothei n.i�gi) afajaantT r Imiic� Rwar, -:! Ortt�>yt r�iw'i comnet erf ra**4 �poa jo..! i�o f,-fk� .-i .juirc I'i�hi��*k\ ihe hv!e Nilttr, with ttta tunc Ctcll toA C�mo**�. On� of th� Krt>> toft tltt MHidk ot IiU. �Hc KMts the ncgnvinf, a�4 the other Fwk the Rn4 of~ j�>*. wb-*t��c �ilt �b= uii rhin^A �v> Mr. stoma ftrry; Vcfirr CSerk ul tfce "�ri(S. a: hh 1 .ufe in drat lf>r.e(lilti, (ball ct**i�e Thiny Sb�*'i*!2�nm a4. It vtftr'H t* bt tol  h-.-if. :fc�tn. ' AaJ �hneTer *i!liiiw fuch |ii� 'c*�e��e. 'h�i  inpoo hit ail'-t* Oeetiilijo. II E Southampton -Wiiggon is removM ;an. t*-  o:l)v>r''-IliiJ^e, �oJ will ' !".f (Ktr tr in 'he unlink on Tuesday the iStLliitUm, cool baa i.> ct>aw uiant ajo out��uaa:. To_ be  L E T T, Al^irgc Vaitit, (>o Eoot long ahd 16 wide* ln<|i;rcot' m .a tfli*�altij!iej *>yvtt'�iih<�i.ui rV HLS is to give "Notice to all People what- loercr, that are or mi ded 10 bring good ufy KubWJb �j Flcct-lJiuh, that they ��� txwf ihc lame for oathiag, pro�i . c or ihuvel 11 imo tbc f�id � here and id tuci a nuo->et   sitrf. ur any tlu:ig chit's 09: profXjr trrmake good �*f r>u�4 Ground, tike the Liberty to throw iwroGt Oaootaoy KobbJi op�> ;hc.jaj�rii)f�r>.ur before 'he Neig'�twr'i Ooors, tintrart lotbe pircAiMUut � e UhL.it. raker ot tbs U>4 work,-or horn he thill appcio-, at teate ihcir RuX bi(b lo (u*h * ft�firiootsm*ilt"^'N�iHBt>'^"6t"Cr�rj^ iSsCLiiJcj. rakerof tive tkid-Work-r*-fe�e|�r flrovet in tfit a4 piu&tiuc4�( law l.r the Dimaj-es that may eoius thereby. To  be   S E E N% Thij Day avd for tbr futart, knciim lit ifauri �/ T �i J to hiurjhr &l�Fjq*ctt\ cr. :.: Lull jU:, it        .....-....... ........ \ A R. C H O VET \ Surgeon, W^ncw Fi- A Rare ot Anjtomy ('.villi f.-vtril tmpfot'cmc.iri fi te !nt ;e uh'ni t'ruin^ut U(c tloutc u Ont-.g/t-ttn*') v-bidt rcptcitnu a w dj^iu'aito*oupxi ^ Tij;b;e, f&t'ps*'^ �P*5.'- al'*e, ubsrt�ni:. . Wiii;�re,       iwot^p CniBriciTaaJ, 4 i;i-s-� jsft i^eatbciji*, 4 C�kt Bi'b�i�ct0.rfi�. a 10 �!�� Tiffrtse*. " r . H Scoot spjnijilnij fa. 7 Tv�!* Rfi Saanicra. � Th- ,rrfeiaiJOj�J-. etcepi I hem ii �!it> OmpirVj W trefi nitft,"ig hrJW� lr.^a M�ia.a� Mjrta;�ft. the iyb irJi^u; 1,1 irurntn� �Rjie,_at she t*j;io��o^i'l�t��. ** it>e iaiba^.^ CJf-� tnc Cot* wawhcuwi Cr�l->l*rbd�i�, THan�t� (tftet. aid UitKlodigS^umitrs at Cisaa' \Var!so  in  vihur Cv�ive� i/w>; Ihc litomifrails itnif K aiji. on a Kl>i r, l*i�>y a!n>�lf rebuilt m t��f'coi lirp'ir. tt�� O.iac.i > e�r tnd Wti.TJ rcun.fj 4rt8 lilifi a fi� Canal fnp-/iiej loiuraliy by n�u�s* 5j' ing f ifie M�ttd il cofirrlf tie* bbili, ttatliillRX aocim�i a 1-i.w*. wirh ia^i.LUfj/fIA_ |,?fr�,flfr. ttea Im fjf Eei�. wall� Vara, gdud^priny UircV.' and  i>.ry-(�oistc, iS^OK'-va, a b'atk GelJt ijl. luto'd of five l'ia<� o'.J. a Sur iabn trtt-Ixii, thc near Foot bchtoti wtit;c, OVtktl It. i�. �t_U SJ�;u_. ht�ti. WbtKfcr �>'j guc Njrite uf i!t Ij.J GcUin^, f> as beuuj) tc again, t-j Mr. T.vjou-- i-Uaimir4a: Ca-bury-Huute, or n� Mr. Gecrgt A_.kcr ia rhe L'�-rcr-tirccr, lUi c-tu,i, dull l.avc 0.4 Gjik- Kc~_ja,      icLa-bic C_�tj--i. DROPT trom a Watch Chain on Wedncf-day the io:h l>itar.i, bci .vc-.o He K y.: Eich*_tc ac4 St. J* >-i*jtt�ic, a Cir.cliao Seal lei wCJd, uc4 a Celt 01 Ar  iit*4 �- iillclmvi.   ^*�v_-,tr u> t j_4 i'. �~d        br�o> � Mr a*�wr IMos- Q-j'-lmith, ar rtje *ar t�T�� flock-!'.re�f, Ji.iU� tci�c One Ouiota Kt-aiJ i qi if al.ea fnittJftm C*?f*tPLn,,&(, bavt Ixt * fnutd ludb t* bt (***H'f*ii(J. fbit Paftr it fn**rtd�nfy &>6AaivtL Port, tee Patetdttt and ii msnu fiJ at rta-flztblt Rattt, B*,
                            

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