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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 30, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Ad vcrtifcr. 1? kid ay.  A ucust 30, 1754* Deal, JuguJI 2$. iIS Majeiry's Ships Defiance, Pcptford, ' and Pembroke, remain, with G reen-wich, Lynch, for fiance.   All the outward bound  are  tail'd.    Wind North-Halt. 1. O N  D O N. His Grace,the Archbilhop of Canterbury is �Jarrgcrouily ill at his Palace at Lambeth. On Wedneflay Night about i2o*Clock, died at Ncwcaftlc-Hoafc in Ocrkenwell, in a very advmne'd Age, .her Grace tlUabtlh Dutchcfs Dowager ot Albemarle, and Dutchcfs Danger of. Montagu.  Her Grace was cUicit Daughter and '.......oneot the Coheirs o|" Henry Cavcndilh, Duke of Ncwcallle, and marred, full, Chriilopher Monk, Duke of Albemarle, Son ro-thc famous General Monk, and next, Ralph Lord Moffiagu, afterwards Duke of Montagu, Father to the prefent XhJcc. She was hji Grace's fecond W ilc, and had no lllue 1      by him. ' Her Gr3*c was allied to mod Jof the noble Families in England. tofidevb�ngMmhcr-in/l.aw to the Duke ol Montagu, and consequently G'randmotncr to the Dutchcfs of Man-chdler and Countefs ot Cardigan, Ihc was Aunt to the '--Countels ot Qxloro, to thrtadyAifcountcfs Morpeth, Daugh-- ttr to the late Marl ca^underland by his firlt Lady, to the Ctamefics b^Sal^ury and Hdrolt), and to the Lady Lovel, Baronets of/CHironl Her Gfacc was likewlfc Great Aunt to the Dutchefs of Portland^ to �hc-ptefcnt Duke of New tattle, and to the Earl -  6i Rockingfem. His Majciy has been pleas*d to appoint Sir Thomas Brand,' Gentleman L'lherof the Green Rod, and one of thcGentlc-steb L'lhcrs to his Majclly, to be Chancellor to the moil Noble Order of the Thiiiie, in the Room of Sir David 'Nairuc, tkeeas'd. ~      - And to appoint Patrick Hsftm, Efqj Member of Paris, meet for the hteWany of Kirkudbrigbt, to fucceed Sir Thomas Brand, as Gentlchian U flier ol the Urcen Rod, and Gentle-nun fjlher to hb Majefly. On Wcdnefday latt their Royal Highncfles the Prince of Wales, the Duke and PrinceG Amelia, who followed the Stag alio their Majefties quitted the Chace, ran him about four lliles beyond Harrow on the Hill, and there kill'd him. Tb laid that the Earl of Crawford, one of the Sixteen Peers fa North Britain, is to have the Company ui the rjiird Regi-ntntof Foot-Guaids, vacant by the Reiignauon of the Lord Cunudnd. On Wetlnefday the faid Lord Carmichael and hit Lady {drfiaronels Dowager of Romncy) wcic at Court, and were gjiaoovlly receiv'd by their Majelljcs. Yeflerday the Committee of Shipping appointed by the Court of Directors of the Eaft-India Company, took fevcrai Ship* into their Service for the Year cniuing, and they axe to he reported this Day. Ytlltrday the Prince of Wales, Capt. Mead, from Eaft-India, came up to her Mooring at Eriff. The Hall-India Company's Ship the Normanton, Capt. *^>)', who ran upon the Flats on Tuesday lafi, having been ligruen'd of part ol her Cargo, got off the next Day with very little Damage. Yctteraay one Jewell was try'd before the Bench of Juftices, at their Quarter-Scflions at HiclcsVHall, for uttering a bad Guinea ; but there being tome Defect in tlic Evidence, the Jury acquitted him.   - 'fhey write from Bcnendcn in Kent, thai the Wife of Francis Young of that Place, -was dclivcr'd of three Children, t*o of wjian were born the 15th Jullanr, and the third ihc next Day. They write from Huntingdon, that about three Weeks ago, a Boy of 1 j Years of Age having overturn'd a Cart belonging V^ifKanai^ a Farmer, at Spaldwick in that County, and knowing his Matter's levcre Temper, ran away ; but the Farmer putfaing him on Horieback, overtook him about three Miles from borne, and tying hi� HanJ* behind him, fatlrn'd him to jht Horle's Tail with a Cord, aud in that maimer led hun along, tillatlailiheHorfe, by lome Accident, ran away, and finding foaicthing drag at his "Jail, could by no Meam be -ttopt, fo that the Boy was~krlPd on the Spot. The Farmer al j^2��-in his Excufr, that relenting to tie Boy's Entreaties �^as diimouaURgaqs} puliiBgfiui.Aii-Liuit to fct him look-, when Use Horte took Fright and ran away ^hereupon the Coroner's Jury who lat upon the Bodv brought in their Verdidt Accidfnui Death : But triu Misfortune lwving happen'd in the ^5Sferhopd jjji Orace, the Duke ol" Manchctter at Ktmbolton CajUe, and it being repret'ented to Jiu Grace that |,eJ'*,|Sn'had llopt at an A'.eriouie whilll the Boy was at the Jlorit'!, Tail, and that nwvwthilar.ding the Boy was then in the Btmttxquiuic Paai, by having h^ Hands ty'd too tight behind "rn, and thai the People us\i all the Perfuafionrpoffible w aic m 'ehrji'J, yet he ccntiiiu'd inexorable, and even tnrcjuitJ turU.cr Ctiaftifcmenti, his t^racc was pleas'd on Fri-�iy UU to fend tot the Farmer before lain, and alter a lliid i.-'aauaatwu commmed Lim to Huntingdon Goal. / . ftle Report lately inferted in the News-Papers, that  P J*1* of 1 boniai Edwin, Et4. of Dover-ttictt, died �[ ra>:d<0gtcn lome lAm ago," h mtinly falfe and groundlels, �-at Lidy being ahve, �nd having i.ever been at Pad- W. Uur f,tm Ef.im, that dt Pa:ei -.i:Jl brg,n shire s� rll lotermii'd with Variety ot Soodi. fit to OM DaUad Toaes a&d Coumry-l>i.ctj. Spriogame, Mr. Stoppclaer, fen. Martin, Mr. Saiw�y; Doodk, Mr. Norris . Ragotif, Mr. One* ; Mattt-if, Mr.Sioppcliet, |un. Bicker, M>. Linnet , Coniiable, Mr. Cray, vemm, Mr. Wn he tilt , s�ort*'t_ Mr. Lacy  Arfbello, Mil'sQatei-, Sitfu, Mi& Bu�k�, Laycgck, Mis. Martin ; Ooc, Mr>. rriuhard. All (He GharaAertcnrirely new dreiYrf. With Entertainmeats of Dancing bet��tn the AA� by Mr. t>tveDpcrt, Mr*. Uavenpo t, MjllerOafe*, Mils Oaies, andothcit. And further, 10 divert ihe Audience  nth, the tamaus Mr. Kai.illoa v.iUpcctOfm hit fiirpriiitg r�lluiora>, t>r the Con*cniency o> (he Cuat-paoy; and Perfum of Q;ulinc� cOiChcimtf dri�_p�t^ Y11J. To begin eptrj Day at 1 o'CUc�M aaJ cvOigut tiff it at AVj_A Ac RYAN, LAGUERRE, CHAPMAN and HALL's Great TheatricalBootby over-againjl the Hojpital-Gate in fVejl - Smitbfield, DURING the Time of Bartholomew-Fair, will be piclcoicd an cicclleot nc* Ucoii, cah'd DON     JOHN; O  R, The     Libertine    Destroy* d. With tbt lomiial Humsuri of lit Libtrtinti Man Jacomo. Don Juhn, Mr. Ryan ; Jacomo, Mr. Cfupcni 1; Maria, Mrs. Mol> (art ; Lcon�ra, Mif> Maim', DuoHiDiifto, Mr.Multan , \yn Idpti, Mr. AlUn ; Djo Antonio, Mr. Wjt0?!' i l>oo fedro'i Itboti, Mr. Daw (on ; lit |tride|roocB, Mr. C.ttk ; 2d Biidc(rooco, Mr. Viuai-ward l\> 1 JjIiii'i Wives, Miii ToJkcr, Mifj Noimao, Mid Dmiu/x Mil's S. Kofci., Mrs. V*Uoinod Mr�. Ctaucll. .  Ta*ukh will beaded * Ballad-Opera, cail'd The   Barren    Island: The PETTI COA T *G OVERN M E NT. Qpeca^of the Amxtoa*. Mr�. Rubins; Claruma. ..in. Mula D>.>rmda, Mif> Iollc:i ; llippoiita. Mifi Ovxcr; '-iarii, Mr., \'�,lt>.i, LitmiJ*, Mid S. Ri-gnii Ci.-iiliu, f-lifs NcraiiO ; aimuc. Ui>. CentreII", Si.tria. Mr>. t*iicci . < �pta"iol ihe Ship, Mr. Aiiun . fc^.r-i twain, Mr. Hall i Uiaijwim'� m*k, Mr. tiullan -. OoBoct, y.i. La fioetis i C tnik toll, Uu I tuc Oidclt Uilai Kn> tart la the County ot m^WcIi dcu�i'd, a" dcMed r. tro: if. . Accoua: of tUn (d'p.-iluc Uebu to me Wi .>w,  r> Jeorr m'!, 1. -tut lis to the laid Mr. kilU. Do* at lbs fc*U Ua at kJa^*io, f- - ."si to receive Saiui^kiuo I ir i!�e Urno. N. B. The laid Mi. Jctnitt Hill cjofwoi* 10 keep lie UiJ L , vihcrc all Pcrla*     incvi *i h rtu Uliac&>ibu>ji^:i^.. For th Efttrtaivwnt tf TO M O C HAC H I, Aires ar V tl* Imtam if fama***, SEN AV K I >� TOOAN All OWI hi, Xtfheu.; arW th rtjt /fit /-.//an/. THIS Day, being Friday, at Dullxs aivI Hailaa'a Grtii Thtitrkal Bocth iaSnitl �iU be priforui'd tbt ttw aad ariiwnt tlittorf ot* .   FAIR"   R O S A MO Rfjh*ftiiii$ f*r Jmtini'iath AV�y JP/nonr, an.i Isr itiag f*i/m*f' -Al Quia Kttanr ia U'tisi/ftii.fimfr, ..' " \>j K>>� Heacy, Mt.HiW v Q;�e�vi Eleanoi, Mt�. lorrttter t Cardtttal . I Aqiv^ta*, \tt. WTflitoner Catdioal Cohmhui, Mr. Rldou; , Sit TrttHy� ^ Mi Mailer; Lord Sand�, Mr. IlicUrdlbo 1 Rulamoiid, Mrs. hJattf| Ctcota,Mn. Mamilten. .-_ � T\> which will be added a new Ballad-Optra, uu'd - The    I M P O ST OR : o a. The Biter  B i t. IHtbjh rmi.al Hamart tf\'iz**T> tbt Si ttr, M I X V M \ lit t'iittntr, ami hit Dranxtr BAtOi*DAI�.       > ^ vixtrdihc Birrr. Mr HippiQcy ; MitwB thtViMPct, Mt. HaVjtt % ~' Ba'.Jerdarh tlx- Drawer, Mr. fenltotk > Traensan, Mr. fit�y-t-nt*� Z Mr. hlle; Hardhead chr Coollabk, Mjr.Clarke . Clt|ur, Mr, Smith | ] Vqo�(�\-m, Mr. Raititoci 1 SoUwwi SavKk, Mallet tUllam i Mr*. 4 *iuutn. Mr*, ne'le; Bcny, Mifi Cerrard. : WiihlcrcealBa'crtainrflenisof Uartteg br Mr. Tfnch, MMLJiaM^ f , Mr. Smith. Mr*. OgiCB, Mis. Woodward and others, nafikuurly ~ End n| Aft I T�o rncthes by Mr. Teach and Monf, JtoM. 4 End ,* AA II. A Daace, c�I'd The Coottam Lotera.          . *,' End ol the lXoll, A nincc, cail'd La Dadinase Cbanparf**    . _Poring ihe fidiat of the Booth, before ihe Uioll begin. th* CnA* pi�� wiu be c uenatoVl with Tamblinx, by MrnheerVaodsrhftft Moat> dc voliore. Monf de llroc, and Moat Jaona, QMia Sett of iba �tty f; bc-;i Pcrtorrntr, that wij is Euiope^ ^ ah the DecoruiorM eoiirr!r oc�, and rbe TJr*Mh iilunlirttei WWk; '' Claft Luiin-f. afier  ility and Oeotry to taroor Was wilk ttieir Prefe-.-.u n ufual, and gi�e their Approbation auofdhuj W th* Mem of bit rcif.ifmaoce. not doobtinjl to afford diem as aMpl* IttU* Ultyu, , tteiitc Mr. Sa�kc� ctei did, wiih his Varietf Of Tritllbr (Vireini ot luod. c^ird*, Out'Uaerui Birds E|ft, Monn, *m Mice , but pariKnUrly. ihc luddtoand tarptiiiAg l^ot^Qiaa oT*TiM >hai blaoms b^i�r>arn, and Iho^t forth rip* flrttu id left th**) fit* Mumtes. To �>>�.!� it added, YRftTbt scntoT'i new Opcray calVA PUNCH's ORATORY : o �. The   Pleasures of the Tow tt, A� MTtortrt'd by Mr. KeiFaald* a*, th* Fiemh Thftrwiri the Hiy� marke:. �uh me brit drefs'd and Israeli artificial Altar* etcr yc* (*�* wirh all the juft Moti >o� acd Odlures of real Life, aod VoMf tttf-little lnltfk>r 10 homao Sound*. Liirwilc fait famous Tumbkr and Pofliirc Atflert with thtwA cclrb.ated little Dutch cirl ail �bu� Bf� Year* old, molt krdfeloeHy-ik.U'd in Variety of Dancing on ihc fciff lope, and iullratud by Mr. Rynw* at Sadler's Wells. The Whole cooclodbH with the Orafli Machinery, rcpre^mint The Royal Nuptials of (he Prince of Oram* ami the Princeft Royal of Grtot-Britaia, in the Temple of Hjmta. N. B. The Scenes and Decoration* are tolrrely tiew, end w* ChtT-lergc any mfoo in Great Britain for too Guiucaifjt ccjial rcjfcnauc* 10 lit: brae Way. m To be   SE E N, In the Long Room at the King's Theatre in tbt llty  Market, THAT fuprifing Piecc^f-: A Art cail'd ibe MlCHOCOSM. V$ the World in Miaiiiute, Uttla finuVd by Uim,ytlnJ�n, ot Waltlum.abbejria tfliiV Ir 11 rbc moU curioot aod iaa>oiftcaf Pice* of Mctliai.ilm aver made of ihi� Kind, a�4 hu-> beenlbewa before tie Riyal Fanily.aad ruoll ol ihc Nobility aud Gcoirx, with tba frralrU Affhap; Ira be ght .ja.jm*mt^ *4 brcaditi ia the uahi f.t ro�t. The who]* u �c w�.*vS4iWttOl J �ny Ljp6 ot Time. N. b.   rhii MKiiiitfrwlll b? icraot'J 10 the Rayal fisthaagfta) iUui a I,ui.ifc-v'� "I'kik. afldflj:�o (here a* beic LOST, a red Spaniel Bitch, middJe-fiz'd, a �.-.jlc wc* uuin 1.; Jf.iOar, art J aid wbi'r 1p*ikk4Mul-a .dl..-r r-.i aodpad^i tcfBacfe irionn'd . >dc watmut'dar ih* i,... Uts Kcwe i-rfda�rtvo_Oi. laiutday Utt    Wl.jt-\�r will bring bet :h4 o.Jc.i l.  Ibaii ta�c 1-aJ � Liuicea Mcwa: J. Tl ?; it !} Certify all Gentlemen that, T\ IFKL will be liancilomc :tGlj.fiCoach and fi�     ,�: "orfe�|e: our Tomorrow. a< ; j'CI�| la iLe Mviaibg, (ri.-u I;,. .' � mc 1at die roll in,*. 1. tri: satagc-vMiJ, Ltid^st*' 1.1 ^^l<.;'�rd  4 wilt <.w., fa&uttt* *i tcCoaUe Kates. �1  "'i \. ic  LETT,  in Spring Gar Jem, convenient   1 loulc.     Inquire � t^e.'.-n-li, i:.e Ccraet     ifti.-g Gtrcets. at Miwtifanents in this Paper of a moderate Length art taken ir. at Tu.o 6-. ea-.u. �1 j a, -Hi   

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