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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 5, 1834, London, Middlesex Krkatiyi*N#rtb_Britwny Augufi |HIS Dajr the School Boys here in the I Schocl-Houfe, acted an excellent and t grave kind of Play or Reprefcmati^n,, ! compos'd by the Matter of the School, i entitled, Tbe Rsyat Ceaxcitfir Advice: Or, 'Tie regular E ducat si*of Boys tbe Fcetndatisn of all cthjt National lm~ I frovtmtnts. The, Council confuted of I a Preles, and tiivclve other Members, fcated decently and gravely roand a iite> as & n*nY Senators '� irhe reil of the Boys were polled at �Jae Diltance, in a Crowd, reprcfen:ing the People who ctsae to attend thac Meeting for Advice, from whom cntcr'd "in thfir proper Turns and Order, a Tradefman, a Faimtrr, a Coontry Gentleman, a Nobleman, two School-Malicrr, and lift of all a Gentleman, who complimented and congratulated tie Council on their noble Dcfign and worthy Performance*. That Speeches and Reasonings, in the Matter of them, cbn-oin'd fo many indruclive and perritvnt'Directions, both to Pannts and Teachers, and thofe drefs'd up and deJive/d in f�h a diverting and agreeable Manner, as the more Judicious PUte, which was won by Leonard Hartley. Elq;'s Cfceinui 1 Stcce-Horie, Xua cr bunt forever: Oa Wtdneiii�y five ftarted for the Galloway Plate, which was wan by Mr. Ni-chchba's Bay Mare, CcitiersGelbuaj : Thuriday the 40 1. Phwe was won by Sir William Middlaon's-Cnefhut Stune-Horfc. Stifii: And Friday Mr. Jtflbp's Stone Hcrfc, C*ff, woo the zol. pUte. YeAerday't Port Letters tike Notice of the violent Horri-ouaof Wttjdthat hive been for foaic Da>> pad, but we do not yet hear of any ctmfidcrable Damage the)* hare occafion'd. The Dolphin, of and for London from the Coalt of Guinea, wavfoTc'd up Brirtol Channel, as were alfo the Goflin Sloop, dpt. Gculy, from Antigua, and the Elizabeth, Capt. Frank, from St. Kit's, both in great Danger. Our Letters from the North freak of great Rains that hare fain there for fome time pall, infornuch that the Wttera_are out in many Places, and the Roads almotl as bad as in dead of Winter. They wrre from Loughbortmgh iti I^ccfteHhire, th*t the little Rivet of Ditxhley near that Place was riicn to fuch a height, that x few Evenhjgt ago tine Mr. Farmer being with his Suler On Horieback, and attempting to crols if, was carry'd off hU Horie by the Rapidity qf the Stream, and drowned in the Prefence of his Siller, who was fo tehify'd with the Accident that (he had not Power to turnback, and theHorfe, very happily for her, not caring to proceed, (he continu'd in the Water alt Night, till (brae People who happen'd to pais that way the next Morning came to her Affiftanoe. Sir Francis Child, and William Pultency, E% Knights of the Shite for hliddlrfex, have futjtrib'd togl. for a hew Peal of Bells fot the Church at Stanes, which are to be caft by Mr. Phelns of Whitechapel. We hear that the Gentlemen of the Apollo Society at Temple-Bar, have agreed with the famous Mrs. Celeflini Hcropfon, to fing to them at their Concert every Wedntfday Night thj Seafbn. . We hrar there Is now preparing at the Theatre in Good, man's Fields, a new Pantomine E�K��ainmm,~tojbVintibduc,d in Britannia, or the Royal Loversr ' There are two Mails due from France, and one from Hoi land. High Water at tx�don-Bridge this Day, at 58 Minutes after 3 in the Morning, and 15 aftCT 4 in the Aftcmcon. Yefterday Bank Stock:was 138 1. half.; India 143. South-Sea Tndjsg Stock 79 3-fths. Old Annuities 105 t half. Ditto N�w Annuities 104 1 4th. Thre* per Cent. Annuity . 93, Million Bank 10S 1 half. African 20., York Build-Lnig^3. Royal, AffuranotQtj-t half,47: London ^fluranci 1' 12 1 4tli. New Bank Circulation 3I. Prem. South-Sea Bonds 3I. Prem. India ditto 3I. 6s. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto il. 15s. a i61. Prem. Englifh Copper tl. 1 $1. Welih ditto Books fhut. Salt Tallies 2 1 4th perCent. Prem. Admiralty-Office, July 27, 1734. f fJIS Majefty having been graciottjlf^ by bis Warrant under bit RfytlSign'RTdiuutTt iattdtbt iOtl> Jmiu, 1733, to ifiablijb icrtain Rultt ami OrJtri for tbt of tit Charity fir Rtliif of few' U'iMiT~ef Commijfitn-attd ft"arrant Ojfiuri cf the Rcjaf Na-vj, Tbeje art U givt Ketia to all fuch Wiifattii as afire/aid, nvbofe Hujbandt died �r cr face the yitb ef Augnft, 1732, that Ctfiti cf /be faid Rules and Orders are lodged tvitb the Commijftntri ff bit Ma-jefifs Navjat Chatham, Portfmwtb and P/jmcuth, and alio with it* Clerks �f the Cheque at Dfftferd and IVtehmtbi ahd uitb t&* tfan.'alOJfeeti at Harvcicb, Deal ami Kin/alt; tvhere tbej may be infirm''d of all PartUplan which entitle fiuh Widows to tbe Benefit of the faid Charity, and receive the prefer Ctrtifi-cates fir that furfoje : Bmtficb Widows at ttve at too great a DiHancgJrom the Placet abo**-menttWJt may atfh byLttttr tt Thomas Corbett, Efii at this Office, ivhoilifl find them all ne-ctffary Information; and thre being Ground to bote, that tbe Governors of tbe/aid Charity may be impower'd to diftribute Jome Relief to the Widow of fmh Sea Officers iubo died bifiro the $Otbof Aiaufi, �73Xi frovided their Circumfiances tome within tbe Rules thereof; tbeff are to give Notice to all fuch Widows to refair or fend to-tht-abovt-nanfd Placet, that they may be fro--jided veithribe prefer Certificates accordingly. And tbe Court of Affifiants do hereby give Notice, that they Jhall meet at this Office on Tut/day tbe iptb of Sefifmber, at f V Clock in tbe Morning, to reeene and adjujl tbe Claims of aM fiuh Widmi ai /hall it qualifjd according to tbe /aid Rules and Or den. Charitable - Corporation - Houfg�. Spring-GaTcteri, 23 Ayguft, 1734* - Tt//� Court of Committee of tbe faid Corpora- ^...Jtifogi&^t^^ tkt-Rarmrnt ef one Shilling in the Pound, i<.bicb ly tbe Agreement will become due tbe z^tb of February next, lb* Jaid Creditors alleging a J)ifount at tbe Rmte^ef^L per Cent, per Annum ; and that Attendance -mJI be given fir that Purpeft at tbtt Hmfi ,tVt^J^t0^"^tmo44m4MJ^^&e*h...............- ......~--------: N. B. The Creditors are dtfit'd to bring their Notes and Ronji. h&y tbe Company of Comedians * AT the New Theatre in Goodman's-Fields, oa Murray ocat, tbe 9ih 1 (I. will be prtfemcd a CuraeJy, UU'J The WONDER: A Woman keeps a Secret. DjalViu. Mr. Giff-irJ; Col D'lioo, Mr. Deliae , Pon lepti. Mi. F.oitoi Fredciik, Mr- B-i'di" \ Uoo Pedr !c, Mr. Peuie; V�Ui�:c, Mrs. OiffirJ , tfabclli. Sirs. li�mi'too, For*, U.tt. JUitca* i tu�, j. n��, alfua Oi.teriu en t.c Frcmh Mora by Mr. Cbir.ci, Uitg 'tic Hill t,tuc 01 Ihcil pci-t_fuvn* \ \/ \ .� * . '���t^:-And the TheirrC ccw p*intc.t, near itwatj*, ft*. ," With Entertainment*, at nuill h afcf?*' �� ' *��r. -,--1� beain et *trljr vtMx u'ClSfc , t,_ tj H, ai>jrffy'i temmo*4*�*nfo6 be admiftt*Mi�* theScun. For tbe Entertain ft** Indian TOOAJ TOMO CHACHI, JtW Kim retw, SENAU KI Itr tit Ntfbtw, emttbt rtfi ef tU Theatre Royal in Lincoln*^- Itfo* ixrwnvjw, being (b� dth of jftptcabar, will la ftt* f�itl4�, Tomorrow crm d A Con c i rt NoT Vocal and Inftrumental M /U, S t And after the Concert U
liub Ik lis l�0 la :oc$ t�-tfc:a:e ! (ut. ' Mvtrttfcmenti in tbii Paper of a moderate Length art taken in at Tw Shillings each
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