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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 3, 1834, London, Middlesex                                ST*     mcn Tkey had lall Week bard Gafcs-of Wmdj Rain and fome Thunder, and the Weather ftill continuing boiftctour, 'usJear'tr email hear of much Damage to tlie Shipping.   On Friday wight one of the Men of War drove from her Anchors near Tft�tinn>faittol RoaJ^J�vir^^ ear ofno other Damage. The late Imprcfs at Bi niol has occaWJ a general Belief *~c�. that a War will enme early in the Spring. In the pie-fat Srnarion, fcveral Merchants have poitpon'd their building � Sliiptj-waiiing the Event of Affaiis, to be the better abk to prapa.tk� their Tonnage and Guns ; und ,a� that Port was J*0*** u� the laft War (or   pioioude. Hlut le modcle vV I'Auicur D'une race, en heros fccwule. Entrc fes ills, au champ  T labcricux Qm cc tkut rid, a    raiilaiice. II ic tuonire (eu\, 1 to> > tux. Ah. ^ue m'uispurtc frs ujcuX I Qwclle race ne (era here commencer par uu tel Peie � Her RoyalHigMiefjPrinceft Amelia is to lie this'Nf^ht at the Earl of Hertford* at Marlborough, and Tomorrow rvaches Rath. The Right Hon. the Earl cf Grantham, Lord ChambctUin to tbeQoccii, lets out this Day for Bath. They writ* from Norwich, that on Tnffday laft came on the Eleclton of a Sherirf for that City for theYcur cmuing. when Mr. James Nafmith, a Gentleman in the Intrrttl of the prcfent Members, was accordingly chofen. The two Candidates and their Polls were as follow, viz. Mr-James Nafmith    �. � � -    ttjf),__ Mr. Wflliam Levick   - Lift W�k tht Wife ol one lohn Sulleback, in Caftle-Street, SpitthrJcMs, was deHvcr'd of three Girls; and on Sunday they were brought tp the French Church hi Thrtad-necdie-Strect, and baptii'd by the Names of Rebecca,.Rachatl, and Leah, and a iiarKllorne CoUeclioh was alurwards made for thein. Thcy^wnic from Dublin, that a Tew Day* ago one Paul Fcrral, commonly call'd Gallows Paul, being then conducting to Kilmainham Goal, on a Charge of having committed fome Robberies the Night before at a Place call'd Swords, Was met a fraall way out of Dublin by three or four Men, who fore'd him from the Officers, and, ofed him in a dioft cruel and unheal d of manner t tbey batbaroufly cut oft hb under Lip, and mangled hb private Parts, and having given htm federal defpe-rate Stabs, and covvr'd hb Body over with frightful Games, they hang'd hiw On a'fiftaUThfe' in Newmarket oh the Comb, where he ccntinu'd till next Morning, when he was cut down, and after being drciVd in Callico, in order to render the wearing that Commodity more contemptible, his Body was expos'd in a Coffin all Day. Our Letters do not mention that any of the Attors in thb inhuman Tragedy have been yet apprehended. -- We hear, that notwithihtnding the Play of Del> Joh*. and Ballad - Opera of Ifa Petticoat GovciKtent, pcrlorni'd at RYAN", LAGUERRE abd CHAPMAN's Booth'in Well Smitbficld, have met with the grcatell Approbation, yet. tor Variety they have put theinfelves to the Expcncc of a New Grotcktue Entertainment, call'd, The F^.tertTi Nick'u, tor The Exalted CurifU, which will be pcr/orin'd thb Day, and during the rcrt of" the Fair, We hear, that Mr. FIELDING having taken all irrui�'rwb!e Care, and tpar*d no Expence for the Divcrfidn of tiie Town, hb Droll of Din Carhi Prince of Spain, With the Coaftant Lovtn, b extremely frequented, and receives more than ordinary- Applaufe; and likvwife that leveral of the Songs, particularly the Favowicrl^ucTsV-^^ Sal way and Mrs. FritdianV Mr. Stoppelacr fen. and Mils Bincks, and written by the Author of Sivttt ! if yiu lov/ mt failing turn, to univtrfally admir'd the lall Fair, are printed and given gratis at his Booth in the George Inn-Yard, Yellerday Bank Stock was 138 1 4th. InJia 143. South-Sea Trading Stock 79 3 4ths. Old Annuities 1*5 1 half, a 5 Sths. Ditto New Annuities 104 1 4th, a 3 8ths. Thrrt per Cent. Annuity o| 1 4th. Million Bank 108 1 half. .African 20. York' Buildings 3.. Royal All'urance 96 1 hall, a 7. London Ailuranot-12 t 4th. New B*nk Circulaticn 3I zs. 6d- Prem. Sauth-S� tokfa-jl. Vrcmi'- India Stto 3I. 43. a 5�. l'rem. Three per Cent, ditto il. 14s. Prem. Kngliih copper il. 15s. Welfli ditto Buoks (hut. Salt Tallies z 1 4th per Cent. Prem._� ' d~*l    e    P, he Weft Sloop, Powell .� irowB' Commiodcr, (nit 00 Satuidiy nest, iht 7m ot September, oow lyiog at the licrmitajteto take to Good* oodhdKngcri, ao�i may ba ftwlul tfith cscry �>y 00 ibo FieoO> and Duida Walb ar fiicbang* Tunc, at (be (led Lyon $ti Saithla'i-alUy, at �i ih� Wool-pack in Birthin faiic, and *''cr, at Mr. Bland's t the Tyjerat To wet-Dock, John Twymaiv for the Mafler. For tlit Entertainment of TOMO CHACHI, Mi CO or Ktag of tht Indians of Yamacraiv, S E N"AXJ K I bit IVif*, Indians, AT the Theatre Royal in_Liflco1ii*s---fnn- Fieldn on Friday u�t, fcci"fc 'he 6th oi icpiciubci, wA. fee pcifoiui'd A Concert of Vocal and Inftrumcncal   M V S I C K. Bytbt btji Majiin J}�m ttt Ofirtat. Aod afrer fheCuoecrc it u,�r, mt iU jutncular iXiiu of ilie Kir.f. &t. Mi. lOPti&ai, trum lllio|!ui>, i� iopeirir^iri aiiihe lii|vruticni> ot hit furpriljai: SlnhNOTH,    With t>| hiiif, both m Itaitm ma Hntlifll. Boxes ; s.   Pit 3 s.   Gallery 2 1.  L'pper Gallery 1 j, 1� iegin txniilj at Six o'CJxi At b hi LI>ING arrJOAVrS's -~ Great Thb at rjcai. Booth, In the George - Inn- Tard, Ws/t  Snath/idd, OU R1N G theTjmeof BarthtjJomcw-Fair, will be prctnicd a DramaxictuKtuuuiurin, oc�crpcti>jiui j DON CARL OS, Prince of Spa i v. Tlic Ktof, Mr. Hui.y, Don C'*rlo�, Mr. B^riin i Din J-hr.. lAr. Ilooaruoo, Hui-Cuaxz. Mr. Kufeo; t^uceo, Mr*. L�i/ , bu>U> m<.. Clark; Hcuiicuj, \f. Talnoii, To Ml.ch      be ad;*?, a "< v niltj^Ofeii^ The   CONSTANT   l.OV E Tt Sv IVisb tit Comical Humw 1 of Most/ Racouy. Utcrmix'd with Variety of % � ��. SprioganK^ U/.SiuppcJacr,lira Minn, Mr. U v. if ; Do-dL-, \tr. NoUi* , Ra^uui, K,ir. 0�ut j hjKi'ii, Hi t>; .^^cuci.        Hi j M'. Li.incl   C   luble, m'.Crsy; Vcrumi, Mr. *t:l.ieili , l,r c , Mr. Lacy   arcbcila, MtttOjici^ Sti�>�, Mil* tux :>, l *)Oov�, :.,>� Maiciu, Cioc, Mr�. I'ritt.'iarJ. All the CbanAcG|(0(ir�lf oe� drdid. With fcuicritiuaicott of L>aocu lur^itlug fji'.-.ci i�i itc t��M- . / V f.   An ci'ri iui>�ry ram) 01 Mufici it provnirJ, cu lilting 01 Vtj n.�, IUu- b ys, n*(I -w, Kei(� !>� utn�, T. u , rr ci.tiV'       i-c-The I'Jljgc 1 . il'.c ki> >'h v. ill tec >'i>mudi>. >>fl/ itiuum ..ted �r!. linn*) Lrjc \' -vi.i i�j I >tl>> rat, L>i 1!*   � .."iii'e'icf u> 'It (. ^u.-\>jci\ ;     !'r i'tr   i il  it - � OiLuk* rtiv jut m i.'.e Y'< i 7e begin t-w, Du,     1 jy        and (unttriHt till 1 I ut Syfo. fligh Water at Lrak xy. at 49 Xlbstal aftct 2 ta the Motnmg, and 7 atecr j im th* Afermwai. -----;,7,;,;-   �- r. i..a.j At RYAX, laguerre. chapman and hall�s Gate in- frejl-$mt$j?tUt.    ,     ',-*' DURING the time oi Bartholorocir* (air. *i'.t be nrttcamrd)a�notatit*Ore*.UWf*   ~ � do N    j o a N c a. The     I. Ill � t 1 n k    p jE st it o JtaiolSH-M�.'*tra3 V JiX*m, Ul.Cb^^ltii,UivH�tol T�*;.iih �UI DealJei a laCjrfOscta.caQM 1 The   Barken   Island: ' The petticoat Government. lljKcaef the Annxowi. Mr*. 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