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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 6, 1834, London, Middlesex �7s; TUESDAY, Avct/st 6, 17*4. YtjUrday arriv'd a Mail from Flanders. StockbJ'm, July id. IS Majefty has cam'J ?t to be intlmited to the Atlemfoly of the State?, that he fhould take it well if they would om,-tinuc their Seiiion, notwitblUnding the ufual Vacation was approaching, tlat the Diet might be detcrmm'd as fooo as ppihble, feeing the Wcllarc of the Kingdom fo manifcllly depended on the Ifl'uc of tlieir Deliberations. One of our Frigates that has been cruizing & feme time pall along the Ooall of Prufiia, and even in the Mouth of the Valula, return d to Day into our Road i The Loaunandertcpoits that the Ruffian fleet lay ttill at Anchor under Fort WechfJltnondc, but with their Top-Sails unreef'd, Set to fail inflandy towards the CoaUt of Denmark. 'Tis ; -Mrtrf here, that the Baron dc Sparrc, Envoy-Extuordinary ijon, fctt Majctt^ to theKinj* of Great Britain, has fent word 10 Court thatThc Treatv of Marriage between the Duke of HolWaiid the fecorulT*rmcefs of England, was likely to take pJa
oaate* to, apprehend i.cui near two Hours, in whicfi Time leVetald their Afib-ciarrs eleap'd. 'Tis (aid that several Wound* w^re rccdv'd on both Sdes; one of the Prifonexs had his Ear almott-cut off, and another his Finger They Were afttrwardstarry'd before a MtgoUate, who committed one Ntan to Newgaor, and the-iUeiiouie-Man, an Officer in Foreign Service, and sruther Pcrfqn, were Cent fl�Wow Pritca. Seme Papmare reported to have been loumlirpw thsinof^xtraorduury Confeqiience. We hear that:';i^.i�M�^l]r. I^g. .JKJbj^iygfir Jtyajclttcs and the reft of the Royal Family igte HunftrM'one q( the Lidies of her Majeily's Bed Chambcflw^tctng ,jn Kenilngton-Gar-dens aioac, aud'being got to the rmbcx ' Yrtlerday Bank Stock was. 137. Indb t^s. , Trading Stock 80 1 half, Pi. a So, with tie Dividend. Old Annuities 105. Ditto iXew Annuttes ibj""t Stha, Three per Cent. Ahnuitv r)f j athsj-a j. Mill en bsrtk 10*. A'lioin zo. York-Bui&tngv 3 1 half. Royal 4ffur.os 1 half.- London AtTur^ncf 11. N.-w B^nk CircuktKn^L Prem. South-Sea Bonds si. 14s. a 16s. Prnu* Indva )L Prem. 'Three prr CVnt. ditto tl. 1 ts.-, P.*r�i. FnglftiCc^-pr il 1 c>. W�Ub ditto Books thut. Salt Taliia34th*pet, Cent. Prem. �. tot S ALE. By Order of the Hbnourabtc Cdrrtmiflior^rt Of- his Majrfty's Cuftoms, &c. /}iV irrinefduy ibe 14th hjlakt* a: 3 * Clctk V r� it* Jrit'r�*>*. lull h* r.xfe,'4l Sati fif Inch ^C�4 it th* R*m at tin Cxjhm limb, LmL;*^ m �/* Tta, C.'fft, lha*Jj% Rani Gntvm, Jrrmrti Ctr&dIfmtmV and 'T&aco, ( t ft* Sal*. ' N B. Catalogue* to be had at the Ku Warthoufir, oi Monday the 12th Inllant. � .. . . � _i Charitablc-Corpofatidn-Houfc in Spring* * Garden, Aug'jft 2, 1734. 'VUE Court of Committee of (be (aid CorporttitM Paymtut of Qnt Stellttg in lift P�*mtt ty tht-~Ajg�mt9l atlrxiiitg a Dtjiwxt tfjLx Mmlbi laitrtfi fir th* AW� �' tlm Rate �/ 5 /. ptt Cna ftrjfmt. anJ tbat JtUrndgmt m tor Jailboioj^a , tnrce : ipot, an Hi.cr loU one Thunder and l.ightnny, whitn " !1 five Morfes, laJeu *vit" u I, gwu of the Honrs w-rc it< u .k Jet 1 on t Duriitjftbe Time of Tottenham-Court Fair, jAT tftATES- Senior and Junior's Great. R ltl< Ei\<**c�. Temple f H rates. ...___ AlCj \i ci Juni.j�"� iotnir^be tJci';rnjr it" ''nrf, htfein *iu fie-'y.i.niute ogi o.Ti UiaUenf** but c"a-*** |.< fi � Hace* ^>'' Oo f S> In t>ii �^�tiy raj.rijk1 Subjo'l of Curiivfity �od adici'Kii^i % � ' -�^^m'^iiriaiV^^a^'tm CWtt* a Tree �0 liriidMofa FLiwcr-p.:. �feth b' l!jm� m>4 bsan npe �'�itt. >o hit Uamuniimt, in; (hit I'lCC ol An u tiih -he VMicn su4 Ovixaett h�'wt ttv4i*4. tot c->u>d te��rbiieg 19 fcrlcAsoau> C uV�( > imiw. ikt truntbrnriui bci'^fn <�f ta-'Pttfja toast. LiSc�r .�f'Cw<�^a��toii*� IS 9 u ftfru At kit Majejij Bear - Garden tlx Hole. in TOmorrou', being the 7th Inlfeint, will be jost.ru J o u 1: s o s# And William b h i m o c (, Tiiev *:c to bji:'. iv.o a--� �Jut-c u �" -- �: Va(t4li>4 bbt^.er, nfcitM Laic t^iattrayc d,v . iu the \ .(?, ; J > nu-.jr Kou't tX U*�t. N. 6. N > ^ Cft't, t &tbt�tr.. u.% 1 heBaU� autet, A. icn a'Cc t^ ta K euai I tree, aa4 'b* ataistt* ecivae at Sia, tif Ocliic I L t oUr�4 *� BoanC a* wh*L THE Proprietors oi Shares, ind Kcceiprj, i 1 it,irt�. iu lie i'-. ta-.j-l .fo^nr-r. utixta"4tvtL rl to ^-ii'
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