Monday, July 26, 1734

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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 26, 1834, London, Middlesex Advertifcf. ^RlDi^ July a*, 1734. ftprday arrh'J a ILfeil frcns FZix&rs. Siockhtfn* Jaty 16. v R_ da BdhsrJxf, the Redan Arnbafla-dor, bavirg rccriir'd Ordrrs from his Court w retsrn tbcCzanaa** Thanks to his Swedish Majcdy. f e Ciry Gate, and not being able to a&gn pro-per Rrafons for h� emplojuig himself 10 a VY01L Oi that ^ was iffim-rrrmrlf rtimsBgtcd id Phica. > In tbe mjcttt Situation of Atpzu:** a*1 Danger, however remote, itthtt* be guarded agaicd. Two Regiments of Dragoons, saJtuoof foot, froai Hangary, are upca their March to rc-the laapoaal Anny in Italy, and wiil be torm follbw'd iTkrvtral ocbrc, in order to pufh wkh Vigour 'the Operations tf tfcepceieat Campaign,,for wtucfr Purpose tkofc Regiments ikh tefc'd in tbe laic Engagcrfiesi �i& be infiantly re-tmted. BtmSearg, Jmh 25. We haw bad a Report for fame Days King iriCiiiuis was arrrv'd at Siraiiuod. and are this Mtatrat uarormM "that be has pa&*d thro* the Dotchy of Bre-Bto a his way to France. Tbcy write bom Stockholm, that "SeStates efSweden�iii�ni(h their A&mhiy in a Hon time-Tu preceded that they have taken a Brtf'wnon tocuntmue tiirjr Allonce with France; a&dtoobicrve a ilikl Neutrality wirhitgird toth-pefauSaoationof Asain. fbpe, Jmif zj. Tbe Wiibass and Mary Yacht, baring Jfit. walpafe on board, arria'd Yeficrday in the Road of Km-toiw, to* Excellency is expected here this E�ning^_Sew-ni feman Merchant* ktdenat Amtkrdam, have reco/d t�T�n rnmi Itpkan, dated tfae teta of April laft, rcaponiog, * tk� a Peace bcw�n tie Turks aad tie Pdrum it actually * tfffr;yt�a t yhaf Potie ��Amt% tiirran to mlnar to the �f P0^"-* *^�|*e �onrjasr'd Prormors, and to � pya my UrgeSom cJMcney towards rcin>liaxiiBgtiiatNa--awiatheExpenasw tht War; thatThaaias KoiJi-Kan * km mounce tbe Tck ct Protedca- at Pcrfia. and reinflate * tlK oU Sopbi on tbe Throne, fe* wbMt Perpnfe be was Ii�ahan at the temhig aw-ay of the Letters, ^pgre*tirs|}fliip^ nrjoool tkttPnacc." Butnctw^toawrlKg this Accoanr, de Matter is diil rendfi'd doidxrai by Letacts of a very late Diet Bona Vcmcr. wttjcb a fibre, tk*t tbe cko Poneo were wj i*f fioai b.�tng accoaimorhifrf Matters ; that ti>c Turks Ull''ln4 their PrepuatMctsfar renrwB% the War Vi-pat; and dot Luge Qoinuoes of AmaBirfco and Pirovifiobs bdbtmberfj lent away tor theIXtoce of Babylon. ; JitaLJ�h t-i- Wtsd N. E- Ye2euLy in the AirancoQ Ib Ibj^yVSkcp the Hoaoi, came ia frojn tie VVcfiwird, u>i theCraiza Skop �u**<L This ESay csme down and nurd 'Inmjqrfc; die Artesopc. Aym, fcrCsda. Arriv'd, the St. Ir, Robert Pearie. YeAerday was held a Court of Lieutenancy at Guildhall, when Capuin Lambe was made Maysr of the White Regiment of Train-Bands, m the room of Major Adams, deceas'dj and Cap:. Saunders* eldctt Captain in the Orange Regiment, comma mied by Sir Gerrard Conyers, was promoted to be Major of tbe tame, in the rootr^of (he late Major Jenkins. YcMerdiT being St. JanWs Day; the lame was dbfetv'd at Court as a high Fctlival, when the Knights Compniont of the Garter, Thutte and Bath, appcar*d to the Collars of their" refpecrive Outers. On Tudday lad John Bays. Efij; of Market-Harborough in Leicederlhire, was married to Mrs. Wats, Widow of the late Mr. Wats an eminent Merchant of this City. Vedcrdav the' Corpfc of the late Mrs. Manlbip, Widow of Mr. Samuel Maoihip. furmerly a Bookfeller in Cornhill, who dicJ onWedneiday lad, reputed worth tooodl. warimtrt'd at N�wittgton in great State. On Wcdaeulay bit the Corner's Jury fat again at the Rum-mer Tavern in Albemarlc-Street, and finiJh'd their Enquiry concerning the Death of the late Mr. Cantillon, and brought in their Verdict, That he was faff* J ta htwhttn murJtrd\ (ay Jbmeoi his Scrrants) and the two Men and the Maid-Servant that hare been confin'd cm fince the Fire, are of, der'd to be try'd, on Su(pick>n of the Cid Murder, at the next Sci�oru ;u tbe Old* Baity. Mr. Comrnins, a noted Matoo, of David-Street near G rofve-nor-Sqaare, who was one of the faid Jury, was fera'd with an Apoplectick Fit as he was returning home, and dropt down dead near bis own Door. YeAerday about 7 in the Morning, one Mr. Hughes eroding Stepney-Fields, was knock'd down by two Foot pads and robb'd ( but the .Fellows being immediately purfu'd by (bine Per&ns who came by at thc.intUnt, cue ot them was taken, and is irhce committed to Newgate. Erratum. lnYtfitrfa't Advtniftr, infiiad �/ James Vernon. Eiq; at Kingdon upon Thames, rtad Jantes Vernon, EUj; in Grofvenor-llrect, and William Bclithu, Elq* at-Kinj (ton upon Thames. High Water at London-Bridge this Day, at 35 Minutes after 6 in the Morning, and 2 after 7 at Night. Geatkaawhobad Fines, were cbotenactord- _ rie tffca#^Gentlfrnrn. taring paid their Fines tbe lime Day, briRCiz o* Clack, were excoi'd, viz, . Humphry Thayer, Efa; Skinaer, dank to by Sir Robert Baybs in lyaot^Wffiaiai Perkim. Talkw^baawilcT. diank.40. by-SgRickwdBiocMin t-^o; 1^. W^a�4^. MercbaBt-^ T^Fk*. drask to bjrKunpbry Parfins, R*^! v*J-li~� Ben-MusHou, Efip Gckbntkb, Tfacenas Snow,HGoldtmuh, wrrid Petty, aad BeBJuaia Moyo, Meiom, drank to by tbe. prefcm Lord Nbyor. :""TTMlf�i^;�^^e�il^^ by tk^rj^ Lt�d J^jor^,' as P�f�s.f^ota,to1 lerrc U�4)fiwe ocb, Paiacr-SaunerV Re-bat Atwond, Draper ; T Ward, Startoner; Wdkam fowtfl, Coder; SccaGsuo. Mercer; I'bocnas Roylc, Su-lawri and PcichalLewii. Diiper. We hear uar UeXI^y now in ba�J alout 1 Socol. to-ardjboildiEj a tbe ljcrd \Uyor; 14000I. has bten paid irso the Ccasiber ue Lon.V*i S.ooe Miifummer-Day, iatbeFioocf the Vft bar that the Gcekzacn who were Yederday elected �*md to btcu cS. Yelerday the Cokxreors of S:. Bartiidsanru't Hcfpital held neiraaaital i"t*i at dc Great Room iu the nrur BuiUmg m the �ud Hoipical Tke Stewards were, tie R.gSi H�i. the ladof iiixidaie, tic tail cl Ac^k-xa. tic tiii of Oxiwrd. Ycfterday Bank Stock 136 t half. India 141, a 1 half. Swth-Saa Trading Stock 80 a t half. 80, for the Opening. Old Aunuities 104 1 half. Ditto New Annuities 105, 104 3 aths, a for the Opening. Three per C*nt. Annuity 94. Million Bank 107 1 half. African a2. York-Building* 3. Royal Au"uranot94 1 lialf.a 5. London Auurance 1 a. New Bank Circulation 7I. tjs. Pretn. South-Sta Bonds al. 4^ a Prcm. India ditto rX. 17s. a 15s. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 11. tos.Prem. Englifh Copper il. \.%%, Wellh ditto Books fhut. Salt Tallies 1 half, a 1, per Cent. Prem. CiraritaWc-CpiT�jratron*Houfc in Spring-Gardens July 16. THE Court oj Committee of the faid Cor-. fatuit* give Nttfict, Ibafthirt tf-iU it fold by AuBiam, at thtir Hwfoin$tri*g-G�rdtu, on'liu/daj tbt ^Otb UjlaiU, at 10 o'Clack ia theFonnm*  A idrff Qtaht'w tf Caittrith, Car/tth, fiu Holltndt, a. fm.?ll Quantity of Wooiltn Cloth, a targe Quantity of Mem and IVimtKijiaeatiuz Afpartl, frinttd Lintunt, Stuffi, Burditj, �u*-tfr'd Tabbiti, Sbagrtm, block Silk, ritb Damajli, green, red and white rich brocaded Silk, Silk and Wvrfled Hojt, fine Jafet a*ITbrtadi, Laces and'Edify*, Bed Curtaini,' C<mnt*rtanet and^uiltt, Sheets, TaUe'Ctelhs and Nafiins, fruiterand Draft, Fvahng-fieiei and Swords 1 a targe Quantity of iireugbt Plate and Stuff boxes. Geld and Silver Watches, Cornelian and ether Seals ft in Gild, Diamonddnd Slam Rings, Buttons, Neci/aees and Fasts, loofe Diamonds, Rami Silk, tfc. All pledg'd to tbe faid Ctrfaatkn, and'forfeitedfor want of Redemption. Note, Tbe Goods t, b* fun. from.Ibwrfday the ^th Injlaut io~ the time of Sale, /svm. 9 in the Morning tilt" 7 at i\Jgbt^_ Catah'ues to be had at tbe Place of Sale, and of Samoel ErtwardsNorfolk-Slrcett � Broker and Auctioneer. 1, f li'' il IT"1 � H.IHI*�j��---�HI- U...-1 .Never Aded before. By a Company of Comedians from both the- AT the;New Theatre in the Hay-Market, tld* bay. bcipg i�e �acU of July, will hej/rifp'teil a new ^he^HUMOUROUS ELECTION : ........."T' o a. Court and Country. The principal fists to he per tin q�'4 by Mo. Hobenv .Vfri. Chu\f, Mt*.fcgertwv TaUxm Mr.Ttohoir,-Mr&-J��^ UalMiBiWr. WaodUaid, Mr <MiMdburn�imiMr faUe. Boxes 4j. Pit zs. (id. Gallery is. Piste* arc to be bid �i Hie Ferukr.ouker'i M�t Oqpr to tke Pliyhoalc. To beginrejuflly at hdf an Hour alter Six o'clock. Afrkah-Houfe, 25 July, 1^4, Yr*UtS it t$ give Notice, (bat tbe Roytl/triaut Company of England <Hk*11 exfoji to taU, *i tieir Hnnji im LradnlmUfirut, on ThnrjUm tbe icf* ofAssgnjtnnti, m*1iM o'CUtl t� thi Arras**, thfetewing Goods, <vm. ...........iifm 'jhfajtain�%ii�~." Elrfhitnts %ttthj � _�_ M*tlMt*tit*i ~ -- . Jfrer Witt, � ' Old Sirmft return d from AfntMi ��;�'�"? ' 1 ' " \ ' '<�- . ' " . , To the'Worthy Liverymen of the Qiy ci^ London,ana to all others that were nqf Friends, by their kind Rccomrnendaiion or good Wiflies. / Gchtlsm in ana otheri* T Have bad as mucb Succefs in tbe late Affair of BHdgt-MaJler mt I eontd rea/onablf eseftil t /8r H* Perjm * nvbo has got the Plato, made his Aftfkatiot/onr iiitrtnt /Vat** ties, nvhlrh baffen'd in about fix Years t and others h**t Jnw : raking Inttrtft nine Month, and mjfeif thrttWtint� Mjbm Proceedings of ihoft feem to bt to my Advanlagt I ibtrtfitrrif **?ii< i�� offer 1 another timti-1 eb^rymrfltrtntr^Jtamtt'imnf--humbly entreat yom all to acttpt of my'mji hearty Ihtnii forjonP great Fa-vusrs, and friendly and kind Rettsnmendatiomt, mUiii -lai betn far htjand art Expe&ation, Jo that J am at a Lop fit ' Words to exfstji tbejmfi Stnfe I have ef it, and ant, iuur mejt ehdient bunbit Stt^ant t* t^oumand, ' HEN RY BAY LI9. S. B. If any Gentleman has oceaiion for  Perkm to r�.ceir� Rents, or to do other Buftnefs, he (hall have good Security, t ' intend frequently to be at John's CctFcehotiie, by the Royal . F.xchaHgC *l)out 1 a o:�lock j or pleaie to direst, for Hany ' Baylisat Iflington, near Londoo. - v " --r=-'-�-?-� By a new Company of foreigners, at tbe Lttf? * RrttfatPancras-Weltsi I^HE DiverDon st Dsottne nooa iba Itnpt.tna n�olHViiniifc>ims�� Mr, (not htihett  nMttrtVbf any Sett of P^trfefBWrs) toia-ther *lih Vauhiosj epM tW Ouk |ti.pe.TuabbiKt,Mlan% *U vsfwtTot OmwdPap-sing, wi� b�s� this JW,�** sftly at half an floor alter a>. �'d<nktnihe attraom, and, ibcomiaa* �rng �M tarannf �t Km. The Whole win t To be SEE Nt this Day and far the future, between tbe Hours i� Uio iluuic iu Oiagc-Jlrr ) wb�ii rvptckoi*  Wo-iu*u chaia'ddo�n v\*m a Table, (gppVd open'd alive, whcicin tic Cuiul*:wn ul 'he Hl'Od ii ouac vifibic ibro' Olift Vdnt ao :;iu the CinU 10 ibe V.uiticr ; with t!: ol ibc Lau^i. All wb'ir^J'a'tKuU't., i.j- her *nii le�<-'�! ut'icr fjc,. la.iuii*, wilt be Ihewo too ne�i)j caf^ui'J 111 Ei't-itlh ur Ytc *ci liiniltli. Nuu, a Gcuclcaoouii piuitedy ({uanty'il mi 1 atteod the Ladies. cluas �-l�hJinintert�ijiroeot, which w ay-iia>i, ;_r. . A LL the Creditors of Sir Ralph Hare, Bart. . deceas'tt. uhnlita in and abwt Lbn4oa, are ettr'a to awat at Bao all'*totfeebnufaio Lntnbara liieet, LoiJoei, on TbMf'avtM �f AurmHaslt. at4fl'ClMk inl |b� ajirr*^ �u�arcat�a thtdmnZ between ill the fail Sir Rtlph Hs�e > Crtditors * o Mr. itkb. :ur of the laid Sir R�tpli Haitv anal to icc-iv� tben" reintaWaTti ourof the IVd Sirltalpa Hare*> Klair, *htch liaulrea icoaMMtaw taiU *4r. Lei|b>Jjaodi, towaroa laiUfatfiun of tbeir ictjpa^rtlMiia7 -4* "' SSI:' To be Run for at Bcllsizc^ ON Thurfday the ift of Auguft, A Plate of to I. ay Galloways, 14 Hand*, to ���rr to *on�\ �� abor� of u'iderto alio* Weight tgf-|i*h�>. To o*j a Guinea aa4 a ball'iUaraasa ol iwt>an�it half at if* Poll. r 1 wt> ang * n�n it im Ti. �- OnFrW�y �t�e ad, A Plata of 91, by Haeirty Uorftt, �� Haoab. i� arty 9 Vo�*. bove or uiufer to allow Wei�l,t ior |is w wei�in i*�r l^fce.. ihn t*],-, on above fivoGumaatat out) tiro*. To pjy halfa Ottioca Bntra^a,car-,Guiie�at the Pi.ll. . '"' Oo Saiurdarrhc 3J, A Purfe or three Colneat. by Harlatr HcrleJC 14 ttana�,to�atff 9 Stotw.�� ?nm*^<rm^rmliWhuT- �** ttutlf t� aaJSa* Guinea Biurance, to go to the licood-betl Hoefr. Mare or frfl^ak On Friday the M'h, ib� Town pi, e, I  f  Hurts of ao^aaaMaV ill be Huu for by aif Hor6, Mars or t*ei jint, (srryinc 10 firm. that were ifluaUy Hamcrs tail $tadau. a�4 thai � .'#. at rht If r< I was 10 $lwew�bury, fit Pays btiire (be Day uri of a ami 6 o'clock 10 the Aticrnuu�, a�U tt� be kept ar jksa rublick Houlc* as fiibfuiko at (sari bait' a Cumm cooarJa ib*a4r*)> faid Town PU'�. The Galloways are to be oseaCit'd ac the tUi Vina afarefaid, hp. iwccn the Hour, of Nine aoe Twelve ou Wctb^iitsi as�<�u�t. ftisaT ihefiillDayofRutwieg. -a� All Oil'pqtes that may arifi cooc�mias| tlw fai4 ttwral Paste* am Sum* of M a-iCf, to be ectcrioio'a by the M<)Mrxy of the Seblbiaaa' itico prelrnt. To be LETT or SOLD, In Bruk-Iane in Old-fiteety near the Neva Cburtb% late in tbe Poffejfion of Mr. Henry Rofe% deteas'd, TTWO Dye-houfcs, and two DweUing-houfeti o � s.vcf y Urge new bu.lt � ouf-, *. h 1 large Pica* of Ciuvaad. all'diii. bcl .mfiii6 totf.arxlUtenfi'. ba'cj: Ka like wile fit for a �mZ it, a Malt Uillillcr, or any other bufiuef, r�)ujitig ttooan. a)a^ � I Piece of Ground to build oo, ou a luog Lc�fc. dJvertiJemcMi in this Paper of a moderate Length are taken in at T%vo Shillings each.

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