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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 4, 1834, London, Middlesex                                vcr WEDNESDAY, 6imMm 4. itj* Z>*vf/, September 2. IS Majcfty's Ship* rerobroke, )Dci-_ ance and Dcptford remain, with Grttn with, Lindrrfot France's St. Chri-ftcper's, Franks, for Genoa; Vigilance, Avb, for St. Kit's ; Amalham, Monday, for Africa i Sarah, lane, for Virginia.;. Hamburgh Packet, Yeats, for Cadiz v Britannia, Wallace, for Seville ; St. George, Roberts, tot Lit lion ; John arid iiYlary, Payne, for St r t jrf^WjdMary, Tfcomfon. fcr PlymouU�; Henry and y,^ ^ryv-fefT"Barcelona ; Fricndihip, sWea, jfor Bri-'ioL Arriv'd* HatfeyT Barrcs, from Virginia ; Prcttj!.Nancy, Dnrtll from '-icily , Mac->Do�clI, Millikin,   O N;     . Yefterday w� held a Court of Aldermen at Guildhall, when ilr. Seth Gibfon, Mercer, drank to by Sir Francis Child in 173z, arid the t,hird Gentlemari now rernaining on the Lilt, t jaov'd the Court to be permitted to pay hb Fine, in order to teexcos'd ferving the Office of Sheriff ; whereupon it was rc-folt'd to fummon a Court of Common-Council, to be held - Tomorrow Morning, N ine o'Clock, to confidcr whether tbey fall receive the faid Fine. ' This' Day their Majefltes and the reft of the Royal Family sjbH hontbn Hounflow-Htath. rTl* kft Advices which the Court receiv'd from the Rhine ScmWoV that Prince Eugene continued-quiet in his Camp near ridflbcrg, and that the French were entrenching the mam Body of their Army at Raftadt, but had (everal Bodies of Troops qoaitet'd in other Parts of the Country. We hear rjat the Neighbourhood of the Imperial Ar.ny has reoder'd _Prorifionsfo fcarce in Heidelberg, that a Peck LoaJ is fold for a DoCit, &�d frefh Meat near a Florin a PouniT. IfjogTotno Chachi, and the other Indians, are to be prefent Tomorrow at the launching his Majefty's Ship the Brcdab, a Un of War of 70 G uns, lately rebuilt at Deptford. Yefterday the Eali-Imlia-Company's Ship the Norman ton, 6q*. Rigby, came lafe into Gravcfend Reach, on her way to Mr Moorings. , The fine new Barge built by the Fiftmonger's Company, fci tV, Accommodation of Sir Edward Bellamy in bis Mayoralty the entiling Year, is to be launch'd thisBay from the Yard " of Mr. Halt, Barge-maker to bis Royal Highncfs the Prince of Wales, and exceeds, for its Carving, Geldag and Spadouf-ndj, any thing of that kind on the Kiver. . Veileniay the Right Hon. the Lady fiingley, who has been dangeroufly ill at nerHoufe in Cavendifh-lquarc, fet out for her Seat at Biamham in Yorklhire. On Monday about Noon, the Hon. Col. Montagu, Member of Parliament for Stockbridge in Hampshire, came to . Town, and the fame Night, about Ten o'clock, died fud-dealy at his Lodgings in St. Jamcs's-Strcet. Yefterday Morning M. Grolton, one of the Gentlemen of the Bed-chamber to nis Highncfs the Prince of Orange, who Utely arriv'd here with a Menage to her Royal Highnefc, fet ont fronTlienfington forTIarwich, m brder 10 embark for Holluid. They write from Hemflcy in Yorkfliire, that on Monday ________fc'onlihjLd.iedjit hivSeat near that Town, in the 8 2d Year of his Age, Nathaniel LintbrT. Efqj a Gentleman poffefc'd of a p!tr.::iul Etiate in that County, and formerly Secretary to the Conimiulosers that fettled the Union between England and 5co;Ltml. Yeilerday Morning died in Dover-Street, Mrs. Edwin, lady of Thomas Ednt iv, Efq; s *� The Right Hon, George Lordf Forbes, now Earl of Granard, hiving ifluled at his Fathei's Obfequies, in the Burial-place of thjt Family at CaiUe-Forbes in the County of WcHmeath, is �*peded here very fhortly from Ireland. Yelttrday died of a Fit of the Apoplexy, that fciz'd him as jM�as fitting in his Shop. Mr. Bcutley, an eminent Gold-=   lmkh without London-Bridge. -- Yefterday's Letters from Ireland lay, that the Lords Juitices rciXlcnvcry of the Murderers of Gallows Paul, mentiorfd In Yenerdiy's Paper, a Peribn hat been already apprehended, Mhijctt^'dthathe^edmtymgl^^ up to the Tree on tWuchtbey hang'd him. \,Tn�fc Leuers add, that a Perfco having cfcap'd from a Bailiff, was met by him the next Day, M-ia-nrder � prevent the Hazardsofa fecond Efcape, the _ J^catbought proper to knock himo'th* Head, and Wdkd ^oatheSpot. iwy have had violent HujcrJcanes of Wind in and about tku mo'1 extraordinary Efftft of them was upon ..T!**2ld. cf^� WdjbiougU\ Chufrisikek. which ourXci-":-J*y�WfW~wSt�.., was turn'd about for a_Quarter of an Hour ^gefher, withthe lame. Velocity fisihtFiyeii of a JackufiiaUy Yei!crday the Printer and Puyift�cr of Fog's Journal, who ^^'WpCuItody by bu Majellv's Mtifengers, for the pPfJ** Auguil the 2^tb, were adnuitd to Bail before coe of � ,JkJT!* rPl'adpiil^eiaitaii8i of-4ttte, -in-=erder to their �Peaoncc m the Court or King's Bench the feriLDay of Yefterday Bask Stock was 15$ 1 *th,a , half. Iadia t+y Soutli-^ea Trad tag Stoak 79 3 4th*. a So. Old AMnotatsf t�5 5 Stirs.  Ditto New Atwatbes 104 1 4th, a 5 8th*. per Cent. Amnty 9} 1 4th. Milbon Bank toS 1 half. African zo. York UutUings 3. Royal ASoraact 96 3 Aths, a 7. Lc�utOB Auunacc 12 t 8th,  t 4th. New Bank v':rodaticn jl. x�. 6d a p. Press. South-Sea Bonds 5! Prem. India ditto 3I. a 6s. Pica. Tnrw per. Cent, ditto 11.151.a 16s.Prem. Eagtim Copper il- ic�. WeUh dnto Books (hut. Sak TaBks 2 1 4th per Cent. Prer*. At the O R A TO RY, THE Corner of LincolnVlnn-FicIds, near Cbe-Marktt, tbh iteairf at Screa o'CUa. m Oratw* wffl be prooeitfic'd ---   . ;-------   � By  AlTGUSTtN POYKTZ, �jf. On ttiBtauks tfth* LIBERAL ARTS *wi SCIENCES. . Is �bkhbe will fet forth thr Bc*i itdltflMpit*! tmm �*� �fi>r�iy arifc ftwa PtrLa�o t� academics of SdtMC*. m wlika Mr. HCHUTf �iB beOppoMat, tut Uifpo-e >g>ioU'w|.li| H|afNViriiairrl iff Muof deVohore, Moot Jc Broc, �a4 MoaC Umo. be=�AJSeK t� thstcij All the DrsorutoBs easiicftr *�. aal iW Bmb i Uaaxatcd widi Claft Loltrc*, after ibe Macrtr    the KkiMtn Al'rVcto. 7#       mr; Daj at One n'C**cl, m*l aMtbtut till Eleven mt Sigtt. Thb beiog the lift Wcefc cl" �he f^i. Mr f'ipjafe/ iawis to crenaia -� -^be Compaar c�or E*Ca�C wtib fcr� e*rcrt�at McdVjrot The    D R D N KEN    M A N, v�hrJj bsbastce� to ^ag4CJcbWcJ tJf. At RYAN, LAGUERRE, CHAPMAN and HALL's Great Theatrical Bootb% ever-armnfi the fftjpittl* Gate in IPejl - Smtth/eid, DURING the Time of Bartholomew* Fair, win ba t**fts**d an ttttQtm r�� Dcott, ttU*d D  O N     J O H N t The    Libertine   D k stRorD! ffltb r*V  t Maria, Mrs. M*B�ttl Lronoa-a, MiuM�rP- .... T�>�hkti �Ulbta**d a aaJUdOpera^uird The Bauin 1 st an ,t>� * The PETTI COA# *G OVBRN MEl^T, Vpoesi tf the Amtaoat, MrA Robem| o�r*�'K�f;-t!la.,fMB> Mf* toatTwain, Mr.Halt; B^it/WtWi Mare, Mr. Maltart: Oa�� r�y. Mr. Ugwrrc ; Cnicr. Mr. r�n�(ih�ian. X. ; Unb EairrutnoKati of DawtBg. Pirtiealarlf a PanroBaknt 0a�%. The^otct of INCLINATION. ASt> a rew Eotntainmeat rn Cro�e^�� Charaftrr*, *aU*d The  FARRIER  NICK'D : The  EX ALTE�D  C V CKO Mticarr. Mr. Lafoerre-, thefarrWr. Mr. Vaaghtn i h�Msa,,Mr.' fVoVcitmia; $ca�*nM>t\ Mr. Ptwroft l Hailc^Uio, MV.C i***A**�    m�u.�i Alt-wtti; Mr. N.&. Mr.Hran, Mr. U|oerrc ar4 Mr. Cbapaurn lr� oi# to %a� tenaia the tbwa ^�iih grrater V�riety, l�w�M at theBapar#m cavfi^f thisBoiertaocM^t tob�tM  jrtn f,xn E'^H in tit Afsmr'aj To ihe^ualityt\Gentry* a\ AT the Great Booth, in the Yard, the wpptr fin* of Oiw.lana. doriog ibt^f � thokmew-rair, ii 10 bs icco a beautiful_ White Greenland B EAR, Uctljr arm'd froa Uavri'a SirtlgBiS. wliareh* was taken opoa lfl��d�f ice 0-1 tb�Se^ 106 Ltagats from LapdrKKkwt, bit Di r^ w*�     b* �rw^hT�'s Crew, andwei&hesJ ir� W�i|B�, pro*  Wrong and fnnre that aChui our approach it. To bj Seta any lloor of the D�r. wirtwwiofs of Tlsat. V'-' �- �      .    �    1       �; - �  111 " 'r  ..... TJmis to adverttfe Gentlemen and Ladies% THAT, for the Benefit of Mr. George Pisdtbctb, yocotett fan of �bs U� Mr- Chrif Itiphcr HoAbitk, wb) by the nvttta Kmd�eT� of his P�ih�fr'� Pi�otor it It ft uripro* ii6c4 fai. there willbeetpVdro view, 00 theVar'd SrJioestseirtbe Cariter of Cow-la^e, durfufi the time ot' lianhjbnsiwralr, tholk two cirri1 Maduoet ibe <-*rtad Tbeatre of Aits �"d tbt Matticat Bos upp  good tn lend ih*m hi Bioiber   ~* " ....." Faca. Magor Hall- ; Mrs. jit FEILDINjS and! OATES's   -" Great Theatrical Booth, In, the George - Inn - Tard, IPejl - Swjtbfe!J3 URING the Time ol BarthoIomew-JKair, will be prtfce&cd a Dtan^v. tAicauisaaeo, acacrpCft^oT. ;is..b�.'��.,.�al�*sJ�.................................................-..........,...... DON CARLOS, Prime cf Spa i si ' Tbr KfcgrMr-. � Tfwt �;- trm en**. m.v^3n"ilim:j;*o.'w ' tiotfllb^aa, JtiM-Gcac* z. CUtk i Henrietta, �ir>. Mr. ilasac ; <^oc=k Vra. L- ; like*{� the KinK, (>jiecti. Dauphin, mi the wboW Court of France, at ikt trnXttn ot VarftiUaa, tad lait Water, with the attaoa tttitfatiiiia, at the Rojsl Bttbanaa. N. g. Tbey are (hews froca Tea in ibe Morning it)I Tea at Night, -totwattJOT. withoatLoisofTiiM.      . r-jk Tb be SEEN, At the BeU in SmitbfieU% A Very large OX, full twenty Hands high, Xi ibe (sett tarfica, fatnefi aad Jtiip*, thai c*�r was fees*Id ihU Kiafdccn, and eicicds aoy of bis Age, he bring kpi    tora'd of Fire Year* oM. We bjw bad the Honour 10 Qtem ibis admiiabla Crtatva  . hcfo'C ibe Royal f$aMf7~~ ,. ' wUl ilajr here fare Tisne. Cjf the Cobreairney of theQu. To all Gentlemen, Farmers, Gzzzten; aiid whom it may concern, Tbefe are to give Notice, that. ON Monday the 30thTnllant \yjll be held tbeAaeaal Fair, ccnimji'ly fh'J MUnBu/.fiif, ia'tbc (if* Atfc Fd Hoop I *vcfo to Co.i.hili, en Monday oett, bii�g lh� 9b ot September, a� -A�-&'Cl'*k ift Uw �rrt>iog, 10 toolult on Iprtiai Afl". r� it *t.r^_LU ibe Uid KaaJimjl . r EFT in a Hackney^ 'Vwt if si* j-f i>�'i.^ � iiuie, caw, CammitE, iwwKalli�. a lit it* ��v s-Ai^ji fan a�d�Uro nd a/< re�ri�� T�o Cuioea*pwjad. N. B. No Ortlirr Reward      lilt t< uffll'd. To /i .n w-J II A N b>ei t>>' T. sUpparJ fr-n� ti O.rt, H�i  "CV-!t.b>. Mi.Gia �:r. L Mr. Fa)C&-u       pe;: >caiig r^fianca ia iu P.   ao ti'm -c*Liarf J i^J or uafea ia pto�kic4. cornice oi I ii��rJjy'b.y>.e .oa^Ti�k�e���.Fic .  Jus.,  jdx>awy e>.*coptLe t*>i. To bt^in C'~trf Djj at I e'Citi. JoufttntUat till i I     -V.^v'/. iOST on Saturday laft, about Two o'clock . t, tbe at trenn, ImwaraOM BetUleliem gate aad Fiachtaat, , �* a^M HouJ, /> t/d tau, UPp�< broad * boater ha� ivstnd a, !.d Mjf'i <� uMf.l��*l B��iky.attUihrMTui�.o8�ribla|,�. �itv �*r  i||�r 9Hfa\i 5aa^>/C>k] ic Wat.ox-trcr, tbe Rammer of �u ia bis Force**}, a^^ Ih�T�iJ wi-.t. asfwcit iu ibe Naose ol Win, fow of fit  ' UtVa-tcr b�|f b� tbe la .a lx>y, to tii, barWy-mow at IQu ILV: guj.li Mr. S�oie�'a. ih�Jl      half � K���rd. AJvcrtijementi m thii Pater of a mcderate Lettgtb are taken in at Tuto Shilling> each.   

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