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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 2, 1834, London, Middlesex                                '1 The Daily Advtrfclfer. &rab. iopj. fRIDAT,  August 4. 1734- Hague, Auguli 6. ROM fuch a plentiful Field cf Action as wc fire all aiouxid i�, it fnOuid feem a Paradox to comphiin tf a tcrribl; Dearth of News ; but to ii is: The Cabinet? of the levetal Princes arc fo dourly lock'd up, that altho* we' know thtm to be bufy within. yet wc can by r,o means _ gain a V icw ot the planer on the l^pA  � � cjtpcttei great DsfcowriM upen the Arrival of L pib!f Secret. That (Gentleman ukts Lis Routes in viiuing \m frt)l\xn\m of State an�S Foreign Miniiters, and (rem what i�*fOtiSttber, his" Excellency is come hither to wait the .'� 'IfiK 'of Tfir-S5* ara*to be al *,an(' to (Con>�)�t w,tn toeir i" {feS-Mightincflb. the proper Expedients for making a M...Y^.y^.j^J^.Mh^ hand. r� take fuch Xfeafures as \. fa�Q rwferve a right Baliance of Power in Europe. * � \vee*P-vi every Moment the News ol a Cattle in Italy :  The two Armies there are rcckon'd near cquai, and 'lis af-V&'d that the .ImpcruIilU (hew iKe utnio.i Impatience to "ncob the Misfortune at Parma, by a niw Engigenunt � wth tse Enrniy." * This Pbcewas in filch a hurry a few Days ago, the like  an'i be rcsnetnber'd. The Marquis d.- I-melon, the Frerxi . AatsfiViw. fent to have an Hour with Ci-un: Golof. k-n, *lk Ruiiian MimJlcr. *Tis irapcffifale to o pre is hew this " Itakai. wrought upon the Curiofuies of our PolLicians; *W,lte Foreign MiniUcrs thcmfclvrs were upen Tip toes  so learn theOcciGbn : nobody could conceive jLu it was *-�job *n Errand Iris hnpertant than th; Fate of D;�nizick, � Ktl* Crown cf Staniflaus, bat altera thoufani inch G'J tics, t * CGf&c oat, that bis Excellency ha4 (time !tt>a;ioo> ainongit  tk French Battalions c nkd  from Weci:tenmunde_to  Irmcaaia, whole Safety he defir'd to mcmaicnd to tiie I"*- Rc&in Marker. * %. D&h J*b 3' - Wind E. S. E. The ojtwnrd - bound UntlaK Ships are iaii'd, with  e Slifps leaden with jakict t!< Fall; bur tee three Admiral*, with his .\4ajefty's �"Skip:, tt�i remain, as dcth the M.-Qui�uu, -Canninv~tnc~ T��s�3rx! Margaret, B�ad, the Samuel, Tn.cotht.ck, the bofard, HaTdy, and the Hasnovcc-Aiinncc, Major, tct tltlfaiL LONDON. Vffiridiy at On? o'CIock, Sir Clement Co'trrrl, aaendc-d tyUnco: Lis Majefty's teaches with i:x Horses each, came lB-tht TroTtces Office ior Georgia in Oid f ..bco VanJ. ar.d Ipoceoled &cm thence with the Indian O.ie^ a�KJ the Intei-j^inrto his Majdly'. Palace at Kcn&a^tcn, wot� his Ma-IjeSy reeciv'd tliera, feated cn his Throne, hi the Prclrncc-UJmber, and Tomo Chachi, Micfco or Xing of Yama-oaw,' nuJe a Speech to his Majcity, to wuich hii Majefty r&-ora'd a moil gracious Anfwer. - Tkey wjo waked upon lier MajeAy, who was.-fcited on a Throne in the great Gallery, attended by the Officer* ol State Hed a numerals Court, and made a moJt inagailiccnt Appeir-Toria Chachi addret'd bwnf. If in a Ciort Speech to hrr M:jr4y, to which Rue aufwciM very gracioufiy. lier Jia^fiy tcJk particolar Notice of Tccanakowi h:i N.-p!iew, (a Yoab about Thuteetj) and ask'd him QkieUbi^, wno tafwn'd in F.ngluVia JuchaMauurf, tlat her Mzjelty was ettnxaily pitas'd. They were afterwards introducM to his Royal Ilighnei*- the Prince of Wales, the Duke, the Printed of Oraugf, and the iieft of the Royal Family. Jtjrileiday at a General Coaw-of the Bank of England, iir. Wiltira Hunt and Mr. john-Eaicn Dodi'wortii were jcho&n BijECtafj:---------------------------------- arriv*d at Portfmouth, rhc Union, Cipt. I^V'SuaiK, wtojsfuhe Hivacnaii Uic :o� of Feb Lilt, having' pa hmti a large Quantity ot Silver for the South-Sea Cyai- Yedttday at Noon a Gcocr.il Ccunal was held at 'Ccn^. YeiUrday the Art31�y-Compiny. comnundal by Sir Ger-{nrd Coayers, Knight anJAklv-jm^j, .pcriotin'd a toe Eiereifc | a Atsi ta Hanoarof the D^y. |   Mr. Dogget'sCiat and D-dge, which were roj*(d fur the 1 fiuns Day acceding to Cufto-.n, wvre won by cue bantMC-k, of f BSch LJcn^SBtn near Hungerford Msfket'. - f-Vctsfdiy the Righi Hon. dEfflScoSIiniliilt, Lord jFwv^aJ.Jtf otttW hi, Honk in'J'-il-Mall lor hi* Scat at Lcwther-Hall in Wdmtorcked, Thty vit^'jS^irWseiSSm,' that on the *6th of IaA j M�aS"S*r,b lit. we jghr cf Tea was km by Mr. Iwttg,  r John Kvdyn, Ban. Mr  Alderman Gbaict^, ��fn�� Ed^iidi. Efqi *nd Tla>mas Wtxxlfcrd. E'q; t Week the Auizes ended at New Saturn iui the County j wt;en two Men icceiv'd Sciitcnc*: ol Dratii, rt* ! gT"^4 Hointry for Hou'i bicaking. aini Jcr.n Willu h.r a j 0 tune were axtjautcd. lai Tracipcx^itieij, High W3tfr ttt I*aicn-Bri'Jg; this Day, it 3 Minutes afur 1 in the Mcmirvj; and 27 a.'tcr t in the Afternoon. Yeftcrday Bank Stock was 157, a 1 4th. India 141 1 half, a 2. Scutts-Sea Trading Stock 79 3 4th*. a So, fot the Opcmr.g. Old Anauitks 104 1 4 th, a 1 half. Ditto New Annuities 105. Tiirre par Ceni. Annuitjr 93, a 1 4th. Miliion'Bink toS. Afrian to. York-Buildings 3 1 half. Royal AiTurancc �;6. " Lomian AfTur-nce 1 <. New Bank Citculuticn -1. its Frrm. South-Sa Bonds 2U n*< Prem. India -citto al. �6s. zl. 17s. Frrni. Three per Cent, ditto 1 i. 1 ts. a 1 Prem. Fngliih Cipppw rl. 'ijV. Wcllh ditto Books lhut.  Salt Faliics 1 per Cent. Prem^ Cufloai-Houfc, London, Jith 24, 1734. l-'ar   5 A h h\ By Order of the Honourable CamhiilTioncrs of His Majdry's Cuftoms, i3c. C\N JJ'fiiiu'jday tbc y:b ef Auguji^  1734, al -y 0' Cl-xt in the s!fa~iKS~, . SftHC-butn; I'tathuu:, Mr. Turbatt, Lockit, lit. Jjijci. T� whrch "ill be idjtd, The  DE VI L   to   PAY: o a, The   Wives   Metamorphos'o. Neil, sir* H b:r.i, i.r Jthi Lors.ulc, Mrs. Cbii^e , Ljjy Lovc-iuie, HiUJo'O With Eultfttiincunts ef Dancing, viz.. -TbrBiiCkasd-wbtte j�ke by Mi. lHitn^u,tt}i3it(ii htttl. ^> A"i lie lUf U e oukir't, nesi IWur in Uic PUyh'uf;. ..   To begin at half an Ho-jr after Six o'CIock. N. I*. Mt>. Hot�n> h*rit4� a lay Cur' Itinc iu nwltc lit. Inte l,u(nl-i>        bvi 4-rica_�, ia<.uotux:a:icaol 11, �m favour Let witu Bp a new Company of Foreigners, at the Long-Room at Pancrai-lVdii, THE Div-erfion of looting up.*J ll.c Rop� in inv-rltlurjji lna,. +*t; (nut 40. Ca>& Will CC�i:: this Day, c�. aftlyaf iutf in Hour alicr 4 �'�'Cl-j�k 111 Ihc Alciojoi:, tr.it fejcooiituc t'urinj: iheSHmmcr _______ __ieafon.  'lficWh>jia wiUc'Jtb t..u.. -"i. �u iHiuiivudi, �ik!i-*,da'"a>� crid (o �� to tiivc ins Cooipas'y ai' Oppjrtuattf ut fcoLi0 hotnebt Day-l^hi. 74 31, 1734. IK .'HERE AS on Tuefday the 23d Inltant, VV � tcavu M'rc.cd uo tte ccar iijjv'.itt uiihtlic Icacr r, t t> lib Tail, ibinji b,c �at let: x C'upj^ gn_rt i> iu ibt Coutii/ J OifoiJ l>, a ai^ie br'-i M�i. uii.'. * reojiib C^tnp!c j , a tiuic pu:>-d 'ht fifiiU t*< *. �        " i� ll>il   he W�� ukc;,'up by it-t C �.;al.-t� uf - �     1 j.,-.!i^)f u-i Su'txtuxi ul llci.inj (l.c >.:.c, i �1 rc-.ci��l.'fc n f<  t',) � !.c NjiiiC ol 1>'H- U*u� Tl.c 0*icr ,t i|lc .a : tpji Apft-.uh"ju o .!.c t.  i.rj!>'c� "t '-''i:i"0^a nun r-.'f �, i-O . ->u^j      i_t; ui�) b�tc bcr at im. l/l 7 HERE AS Jofeph Joburn, Servant to Mr, tlrecr, and *tx>m a ihit Mi.ttu>gc�me to h'sCounvi ..hoef* �tHatn>r. ikv himet, in ,\tidv!t�U't, a�J u.Wtr f�:t.w iSat his atatHt triki fett him fv h(� 1 'mfr, ht^mmediaselr iooli Mi roJt tway *�h% BrWl* Lice : F'c i� mi�d c-fu'.i, ibtMit 18 Y<-ao o!4,IrrihWourM.lawn bro*. tioifiin)! H�ir. �r reheodti�o \r*^, Af* |'r ntucto  t\TTilte Tna��r in ibi�^if. mtlraei �.itmli' tfcrA fcia Mjitti*t NrrTice on Friday Night UII, *u<\ rij�b�t� tWt Ct� ia V�wIk w�rk , wh ever (hilt �pprth�o.l the laid J On wyau, ami (end HotsW thereof r !�, (bail re�rit� a S*n%ljAiou fir ihcir Trouble; and.it acyfttKni lh�lt <-stttaiahiaji punvibii Dip, l.c will be pruicoiicd as the L�w dttcfUk .--,-:-.---:-\..      .    - LO ST, or fupposM to be dropt, bftlNlKhtr 11044*4 � uii  >t aem at |W Wbuevci win buijf, ii to Mr. OLL*NDEtt, .W�f(h mikcr, rest Temple l>at, thail b*�e>L-ur Ouiac-� Hewwd, m*4 uo (^aUioa*a�k'4. LOST lalt Walhefday Evening, betutcn Dtp lord BiiJ(|e add tei�h in Kit*, a !kit�f Waub, N^�1C�. the Maler ocargeWum, with aSiU�cChan<, aM-ts�-C e�� 111 in OOld baugioK to it. Whum will txing them to �f. Ocor^'c Ocabam. W�tu-onhtr, ui the dfteti wutuat Oaauae |aull ^e;i t. ul �!ic t'omtn.f bi�d, xlt^t tt>� Y*ant old. jwi fit t> e, icr, ami lu.l o.i a Isntiier CuSUr ouh m bit of BraiV wuhop . ifonm c�it� tt.-irhip, cn^:a�'d the.eon, and aalwcrsb* the N�me   St. Jybe ri>: r ,V| J In. WuuJ, at the Wca�Cl> Aiub, lh� CVfter ot *Mn� ei4nbary, toviijoi!. Clatlt �t^a hairYwo. fo-fcoatsv l?y Henry Mongef, Broker. fo be  LETT, cat     Budding Leaje, A Large Piece of vacant Ground, lying on Sjirfio -hiTf rrir lTjt:�!n-(t�id�B; fk Utt a lilt*ti,~tmtitcr %4 oilier fubl'ik l.ufiicl.. and pr^er t� fcuili up�a. *" lw|Hiie ut Mr. VVidijuJ�e, Attuffiey, u I(*t:ja-^U^Ca. 7b  ^   LETT, 'THE Fountain Tavern ( a commodious and �*   well �ctoJI >W;liill,o�cr-�g�jaM W. StpMbrc*a Ciiui�i>. tbt Vintner d�ti('>iaB to iBi^e jif i:.e Tunic. N. B. TiiC I .oiile u lit lu- apy WCokUW Bsfcefi. ?o ^ LET T. at Mglgate, " A fioufc pleaf4ntly ficuated,     tor a finaJI Ftimly, witL �r.�rdcn, Siabk, Oj�ib-6oofe mlfrinaaw Ii uf* ba�iog �i' agrceab>c Pioljjeft: * ,  ^""^�*'"���JW A to an Aparttncui �t bt^k-hjuft. Hacks*/, via a a^tdtm ether Cooveuieiiciw. w" *?. I, .jj.re ol Mr. Waddiljw ii Matton girfn, of nr. PaaabsMn,, i. Jo  be   LETT, Ccmpleatly furmjb*d, crunfurnififd, inPemlertt*. Row, Higbgate, TH E lare DweUing-Huutc of Mr.Edward* Ma; .is. ; fifiUiogol lour Kooaa* oo a k k�r, *uh lum/timM CM??* �nd baiV a>4 W*i� la-l ioca�h tJooe, Uo Co^a. ^ u'cv <* S.abiiDg tuf til Hade* Icayiite at ifaa HmSt , u ut r, ,n , in H.��*-tanko, acar IM Uaruy-vU^J : o, aaTea�'� ta|-IcehjuU. Cytibiih Jdvernfemetiti in ibu Pujer cf a tr.^crate Length art tuken in at Two Sbillwgt ta(b*   

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