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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 2, 1834, London, Middlesex                                "The Jbaiiy Ateriifi M ONDA Y,    e ptembek ft, 1734. Dantziciy Angujl ig: H E Primate centimes dill in Confinement at Klbing. anJ is as GWUnate as ever not to acknowledge Auguftu* for King Of Poland.  No Method has been omi.ted that c�r!d r-ofR-.'v bring jit in cut ; but the Force of Riltorick, the AKurcniMUs cf line Promilss, and the Tenor or Threats, have bctn hitherto r pfaciiA) upon him with a like ii! Sutoeff. Jlhe lilt D,x!:ir.ttian they ^ot from him in .Writing, and'ran to this Rfca:     That nc hai fvvorn �! fiitlitv io*KVilg S:ani{Ians, and would riot break bis Oath. " Tlwt I'* '''J a Ert:u Elleern for the Pcrfon of KingAu " gifitu*, and own'd that he poilcis'd feveral Quaitrcs worthy a �*-^fhrcn?.  That in Cafe, with theft geotioients about him, " h: fboulJ to ilili ticein'd criminal, he wat reiolv'd to fit *' down rcfign'd, and patiently fufTer fuch Settrities as bis � Enemies Ibould think proper to inflict."  The Report goes, that thePiifeeof Mccklcmburgh is gone to Pcterlburg, upon W Invitation from her Cxirian Majesty, to aftift at the Nup-fohol the Princcft. his Djuj*htcr. with the Prince of Bcvercn Iradfat. September 3. I he Inhsbitana of the Briigaw, ttewcre flying with great Precipitation, upon trie Alarm of 10 approaching Viiit trorn the French, have receiv'd a ,\Ief- max ^ ^Mlrom Mifflrst D'Aifcldt, to affure turn of his Vrotetfion. ini that the/ fiiall receive r.o Manner of Injury from his Troop*. -The Trench Army are actually at a Stand, and what they defign next is a Myftery.   Prince Lugrnc is Hill in -theiWghourhood of Heidelberg, far enough from the Enemy'. H� Hi'tinefs Intends to-wajt their next Motions, before he dc-"giSps.^unlds the Want of Forage compels l>hn to it-   The Elector of Bavaria, inftead of furn'ming his Contingent of Troops, or any other Way afliiling in the present Danger of theEmpiie, teazts his Imperial Msjelty daily to make Kep*-rttion to tlie Inhabitants ot his Electorate, for the Inconveni-ettttthey fuffcr'd in the March of the Imperial Atmy through .     Country. f 1- :"nfM Atsgvfi 3�- V/jnd_W. S. W. The three Men of Vtu remain. - I'ut back, Greenwich, Lynch, for France ; Sirab, Lan.', for Virginia ; Hamburgh i'ac&t. Ycates, for Cadiz; Amerfliam, Munday, for Atrica ; St. Clinllophcr, Francis7 for Genoa i Queen Caroline, Nicholfon, for Port-Mhonj Vigilance, Aviis. for St. Crniiloph-rs; with feveral tthernwhofc Names we cannot learn, the Wind blowing tori. Dial, As�ujl 31. Wind S. W. His MajeftyY Ships itnwtui. -Smee-latf PeiVsnoil of the outward* housd bhips are puc hick, but the Wind continuing to blow tiiid, omit defer their Names to my next.   All ride ufe. LONDON. 7 On Saturday Morning their Majefties and the reft of the Royal family went again to Houiulcw-Heath, wi-ere a Sag was tum'd out, which took much the fame Way as that which was hunted on Wcdneiday, acd was kill'4 near Cannons, the Seat of his Grace_ihe Duke cf Chan-Jos. Their Royal Higlincfles the Prince and Duke were in at the Death, but their Majefly's had quitted the Chare feme Time before. Princds Amelia fets out this Morning for Bitfc, to drink the Waters. On Tuefday tail his Excellency Mr. Walpole, prefented Lb Letters of Credence at the Hague, as his Majefly's Ambaf-fitfor Extraordinary to their High MightiEefirs the States- Geoenl. The Hon. Mr. Finch is every Day expected home from ^facet~his'Excellency, waiting only a iair W icd to embark. ""They write from Cadiz of the 1 cth Inllant, that they were till delivering the Treafure brought home fome time fince by the Men of War from the Havanna, that they had begun to wilidejjhe Ships lately returned from the Atfogues, andxhar they waited with great Impatience to4earn when and in what Conditions the Lffecb would be delivet'd cut to the Proprietors. TheDeattrof the Viceroy of Mexico k contirm'd. His Grace thtAtchbimop of Canterbury' is much better, bit Dr. Mead QUI continues to attend him. X)n Saturdajrlaft, about 3 in the Afternoon, a Fire broke *t at a Grocer's in Princes-ftreet, Soho, ocafioo'd by foroe Shavings taking Fire in a two Pair oLSiairs Room, and in lefs ~ than an Hour confum'if that Houfc, and very much damag'd the two adjoining ; but having been lately rebuilt, their Party Walls prevented, in a great Meafure, the Fire communicating. TheWind was at that time fo high that the wioie Neighbourhood was thought in great Danger. !Ph5~fsme Day a Fire happen'd at a Paflry-Cook's near Jol'n's-ureet i but it having been percciv'd in time, was cx-J tuiguilh'd without doiog any co^dcwblc Damaoc. We hear that the Corpte of her Grace tne �te Dutchcfs of AjIxmirJe wilt be interrU with great Pomo in U'eltminller-y Abbey. --.^..... ______ fa    .....' "Lalf S^'urday the Right Hon the Earl of Balcarras, one of "*?'?teen Peers-of Scotland, arriv'd here from Scotland. D/*h�pay being the Anniveriary 0: the>"ire cf Lcndon, the l^RJjLBon. the Lord Mayor, accompany'd" % the Aldermen' �od^ihertffs, will go in the aliial State to'St Paul's Cathedral, 10 hear Divme Service. Wc hear il.at the Eall-India-Company have receiv'd Advice, tlat feveral 0! their Ships homeward bound were r.c: i:i time � W father the Cape, fo that their Anival will not be a> loan a� wis rxpecVd.    Sir Rog� Newdigate, gait who has Lren dangerouily i}l of tne Mrull-pox> j, Ccw l3 a falf way o{Rrt0iCr>.. A tew Days iince d::d a.t his Houfc in .Spit:k�elds, ,\ir. iJaMon, an cmintn; Weaver, Uy'd to lawc died warth upwards 0� lOOQol. �uring t!.e Uurrican- cf \V,nd which blew on Saturday lift. � KOat w35 ovrr)ft lu lhe Rjvfr Tha anj Woman drownedI.  The Waterman �a4 fa."J. �n trtoay-hft M0Ilry UAi km |h. pay.Offi.e in �'�^~���ltoPoft:mouth. to pay tl.e iv.o Moi;th W^ves ui ^ due 10 ^ fi.p, Jw'.y ...g    i.paLcsd. On Satnrday aAVomin �as committed to Newgate for the Murder of a Drover at an Alehoute near Hampfteadt fonie Wordr having aiofc between them, (he Irutch'd up a Shoemaker's Knirc that happen'd to be near her, and ftabb'd him iftto the upper Part of tnelh?gh, fo that he died immediately after. -The lame Morning early a Woman aboat �8 was found dead in Shoe-lane, With Marks of Violence upon her that make ttbe-bev'd {hi was murdtr'd: and there being fome flight Sufpicicn of a Man and his Wife who liv\l io the Neighbourhood, they wcic taken up; but the Coroner's Inqucil having fince Jat on the Body^ and no Grounds appearing upon Examination for charging thofc Pcrfons with the Murder, they ftcreiiifcharg'd. Tney have begun to pull down apart of tlic'Princc of WaJcs*s Houfc in the Royal Gardens in Pall-roal!, in order to rebuild it. His Royal tfighncis has given ftrift Orders to the Workmen, that the Inhabitants may be annov'd as little as pofliWe. We hear that the Dt&l of Fair Rolamond, at HIPPISLEY, BULLOCK and HALLAM's Booth, has met with univcrtal Applaulc, and this being the bit Week of the Fair, Mr. HIP-PliiLEY itends to entertain the Company every Evening wiill llrTfJftcTCnfl Medley of the Drunken Man, which he has been fo long celebrated tor. Wc hear from Richmond, that the Fair Penitent, and the Stage Coach, will be Acted there this Day, for the Benefit of Mr. Milward, in which the principal P.nrtswill be perforro'd by Mr. Mills, Mr. Gibber, Mr. WAMills, Mr. Milter, Mr. Harper and Mr. Milward, TL-.i Morning there 11 ill bt a Charity Set-men prtticb'J-at the Patijh Cburxb of St. June Alio(gate,~fa the Rrv-Mr. Sniff', l^lurer of St. (ii/a in the FielJs, for the Benefit of tbt Ckantj C bildren belittling to the jaiA Church.   _    _   � ~    "ban k r u p t s. Benjamin_AVebb and Richard Ritfftll, late of Carnaby-Market in the County of Middlcl'ex, Vintners and Copartners. * ..... _ High Water at London-Bridge this Day, at 10 Minutes after 2 in the Morning, and 30 after 2 io the Afternoon. Saturday Bank Stock was 138 1 4th. India 143. South-Sra Trading Stock 73 3 -tths. Old Annuities 1*5 1 half, a 5 8ths. Ditto IS'ew Annuities 104 t 4th, a 3 Sths. Thn* p.r Cent. Annuity 93 1 4th. Million Bank 108 1 half. Airisan 20. York Buildings 3. Royal Affurance"QTj 1 half, a 7. London Aildrancc 1 z 1 4th. New Bank Circulaticn 3I. 2s. 6J Prem. South-Sea Bonds 3I. Prem. India ditto 3I. 4j. a 5s. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto il. 141. Prem. Engliih Copper il. ij?. Wclili ditto Boolu ihut. Salt Tallies : 1 4th per Cent. Prem. Admiralty-Office, July 27, 1734. IS Majejly having beengrac'cit/h'pleas''�mpt-n LefeoJ. Mr. tt�rp�ri Vikoutw, Mr. Mtlwari vUmHI^' Mr.\V. .liilts Jeremy, Mr.Oatcit Trjpl�m�. Mr. Onffia |Mn.Fr*ll, Mr�. fttitttr; Mr*. ror�ti?Kt. Mil". ttot'ydarJ No�i'�, m�. Wiliis) Mir. Prw� Mn. c:i�; ^--d .tt�n <.!� id Kmt'-flfect, Co�eoi-Caro, noaifWaiit, Mr. Hall ; fioitftt-aiii** Mace, Mr. Mollart  Qua-rer. 5.�r. Lanuerre iCjurr. Mr. rcaArriiiiean. . .   , Witb tincnainincota of Vut'mg, particularly a Ptncotnia* Paota. The  Forct of  INCLINATION. Alt> a iew Bateuaismcat in Gnxefqoe ^Charafter*. calPd - The  FARRIER   Nl^K'D :      * The  EXALT E�D* C U CK O L D. Mercury. Mr. tagaerre \ chsFmier, Mr, v#�gu�n; hit Mao, Mr. Fcakcifcm�o; statamottdi. Mr. Bcacrofi; Mai ieqoin, Mr. Ciarfc t ColombW, MiC Maim; Farritr*Wdie, Mr. Mollarci Ala.Wiit, Mr. Hall � N.n. Mr. Ryan. Mr. Lapcrre asd Mr. CbapmaK, t� eraV to en4 tcrnipihe T wa �iih^srrarfir-VatKtyv hm bin at^fra Baptwtaol ciufiii? tl.rt Eotena-aaiaAf to heaiacV. To begin every Dayjtt On* iChck, anJmfiitsuMU Bhvt* j&Mighi. At  HI PPISLEY,  BULLOCK    . and  HALL AM *s Great Theatrical Bcotb% ovtr.q&ainjl Lfe Ihfpltal* Gate in SmUbfietd,     - Tomorrow the ^d J,njlant�,..aad____ . DURI iN'G   the Time oi  Bartholomew* Fiit, *r*4 be jtif-mrj*d rlic True arj Annr;>i I'liluif ot F A I R    ROSA M O N D.. Rrpnfittitg her jtmeets vcitb King Henry, mutter bring poiflJi hy i^ueen Eleanor in W&"ji;ci tliii.tr. King H�Wj, U^. Ii�l. i ' I <�  �- *-ir*. luts'.lkfi ?� A . -Jr. Wuaituei t*' Clarke . Caigui, Smith | !i|U..it cm, �'-'.>. Rair.i.n. ScVwai Suiitk, fcljl.'cr Hsllain | Mrs. .".ruin. Mr*. Celt ; Vt l Alt 1. r�o J'uftthe, t/ Mr. Tcr*h �iid M(X>I. J.luiO. fcnj cf s\t\ II. A Duu, til'.t Tht C'-si'a t Lorn* t.A -A the tJto'X A 1 mux. tali'd lc U-i nst< 'kimptira. Ounr.ji fhefiiliog J ibe Ilxxii. bet^t i:.c 1'   11 :cf.n,,. the Com* �i:l be c^iertilti'd <* nii Tumbii^ bf Mjr.tKtrVaodeffcviq", Munf, ite Vol', re. M : I" 4.'c !irc<. �*4 .Mjol. Ja^-;.-.. U.i J a !xti if (ho tcijl tej Ccrfonoeit lhat wajf �a lu-opt. vl ' Ail tte Ucv^urjo ?i�iri.y ccw, �oi ihe C^^'h i Imc ruled With Gl�u lu'ir... afrcriMAfa  ei  fih* hi^jir " Ai t-t't . / /� begin every Day at One a'Clsci. and i.i.unuc tilt EU%im at   Nrgft* MvertifcmtHti in da Paper cf a mderate Length are taken in at Tiuo Shllingi eaib.   

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