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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 6, 1834, London, Middlesex                                ily Advcrtilct {took j* tuirb A Y>   e ptemr t it ft, 1734-. "V- -     ,       3   V** *'-ip* ^ Ikawanlelw^aF . -�    "-^afffl 2)w/, September 4: EMAIN his MajeHyS broke. Defiance and I the Greenwich, Linch St. Chrutopher, Fra, l Vigilance,  " " pbcr's Shr 7   1 !BI- J t with France; for Genoa; AviA^jfrom St, Chrifto- ___irn� Monday, for A- frica ; Hattfburgh Packet, Yates, the Pine-Apple, Segomney, - the \ Betty, and the Sarah, Salter, all for Sarah, lave, for Virginia 1 tBiiHrfflir, WalUcey^atid/''tr�'Jonn, \Ve1ti^'bbtt�'fer' Senile i *5^wrge,,JoliyVfor Venice ; St, George, Roberts, for ''-Litf*-!***      ***�y� '^V1**     St: ^*0Olr �� Henry j        Drury, for Barcelona ; Fricndihip, Shorton, for Mary, Painter, for Philadelphia.   Wind w. L O  N . D O N. Tint are this Day two Mails due Utitn France, two from ^Isiland, and three ftom Flanders. Yefterday Morning was held a Court of Aldermen at Guild-: wben Mefl*. ward and Royle, Stationers, diftjualify'd ,ibtn>fcltes Jsotn Caving the.Office of Sheriff, by fweanng they I�oe not reipcclively worth 160001. '  The Court of Common-Council, which met - the fame Morning, were pleafed to accept the Fines of Mr> Seth Giblbn, , llercer, and Percival Lewis, Efq; Draper, andjthofe Gentle* fjenpaid accordingly 400!. and 2� Marks each, into the : Chsrabex of London. After which the Right Hoih the Lord Mayor, the Alder-v awn,, and the reft of the Citizens, held a Common Hall, to _mctedto the Elfcliooof Gentlemen to ferve for Sheriffs for; '{fcii City and Codnty for the Year entiling, when Micajahi ;F�ry, Efaj Alderman of Aldgate Ward, and one of the jUjtefesttum in Parliament for this City, and William ^fowell, EfqtCotkr, drank to by Sir Francis Child in 173a (atd the only one remainwg_on th� Lift, were unanirnoufly 'ti� oo this Si�j.e. Ani EoiertaiMmus of Dancing by voof. vallots �i Mr*. Buttock. Boxu xi. Butts tmiBalnmts m the Stage 41.' Pit zt. Cat. it. Yo begin cxa�Uy at Six o'clock. - N*M***)tibe rttmri'd- after theCnttam k drawn up. N. B. Mace* lor the Bole* to be uksa at ridgtou** CoffiChoulc oppo-Otr ihelhcaire. . � By His Mayfly's Company of Comedians* AT the Theatre Royal in Drury^JLane, ^* Tomorrow, tciog the 71b of Septembtr, will be prcltotcd a Coaetay, caii'4 LOVE  for  LOVE. - Written b} the tatt Mr. CoNCI IV �. Sir tampion LcKtod. Mr. 1 VateaUBC. Mr. MflwtrJ , Scao . And the Theatre news/smtei. new decortttd, flte. _ With EnterrsiTocau of !Aaatit� b| Mr.NiwIoo, Mr. Effos, Mr. PcUing, Mr. Pavcopott, Mr*. Mlwfc Mr*. Walter and Mus Maoo, psrtwularlf fix Slash t�d Whitejuktvaod thtR���ll�r�. Tu twin ciaAly at Sit o'clock. By buntjjffiftCtmnmd^m ttrfmufht eHmutttdttkini tbeScnet. The Biter Bit. WtbthrmifdHmmmrttfVixii** tii Biter, M1 ________**f yinnert end Iri Dnmvr BaLdskdash. -iritahf the trim. Mr Htr^tkr iMi^ i al^rh the IhaweVMr. klui tiMSsvMr. ieny tffaoaT Mr. Blrt; MaidhcxJ tr�C�aft*r>�r, Ml.CUrk*: ':Ostsmt Mt.aasiiha tqDMft'cm. Mr. Raintooi Sek�v� saaaal, atattcr HaltMni Mrs! Mrtum, Mn. Hctk t BCitr. M ��*� ht Mn Ttmk. Mne�Jsaeav Mr. Smith, Mrs.Oga by Mr. Ttwh and Mont. I*aa�. led of �A It A Mac* cslt'd The OasttaM tmtn      " z *ni of tb* RmU.  .^ii| be eotCftUaM withTnatbUftf, by Mnhic �>C MOhf, devatiore. Moot   *> The   DRUNK E N    M A K, whkh he bashtca (0 \ot% cctaayated lor. Ac RYAN, LAGUERllE, and HALL's CHAPMAN Great Theatrical Booth, wer-araM the Hojpital-mjl-Smtbfitldt D Gate in URING the Time nf Bartholomew* Fair, will be pttfeawd an ci tell rat new DtoB. **W4 D  ON     JOHN x~ -~ '-4 � The    Liber tin e    Dut r o v With the ttmital Hnmtmrt e/tte Liherimt**M*m]\ FirtbeBntertaiitmenttf TOMO CHACHI, Mine efthe InMant of Tmmmatm. SENAUKI hu Kim �ifi. Dos John, Mr.Myan) jaaxno, Mr. Chapcoai>i Maria, Mrs. MaUattt Leonora, MiftMann. --- To whkh will fee a*** a gaiud Opera, (aU'd  The  6 a r ti ti   1 st a it o: The PETTICOAT ^GOVERNMENT. Qprcn of the AfflMoM, Mrs. Rohcrrs; Capiatd of lb* Ship, Mr. *�oa, BOitfwab, Mr. Halt} B�tfwaio>t Mate, Mr. Mfilatt: OaSf -t Mrv LagiKrre jCoicih Mr.r^kttbwan.   . , -.-----______. ith Enuruioascwa of 9�atbg. perticaUrir'a rinmsaiaai Dsace, TOOANAHOWI hi, tfrfhcu; end ibe rtfi ftbt f^t the Theatre Royal The Poici �C Mto a new tonu'wiwi INCLINATION. Fkldi, this Day, being in Lincoln's - Inn- ihe'dth of Scpteiaoer, will be per* fonn'd A Concert of Vocal and Inftrumcntal  M U S I C K. Br the left Mafitti Jrom the Ofeiau Aod after the Concert it �v�r, as the famcular OcGre of the Kiof. Sec Mr. TOPHaM, from ifliogtQn, tj 10 perform all the Eipctimeoti TSf Tii* tirprifoji SrhENGTH.    With S/iifiog b| hia>, both in Italian and Eoflifli. Boxes 5 s.   Pit 3 s.  Gallery 2 a. Upper Gallery 1�. To ktgim exuillj at Six 0 Clock. - M FEI LDING and O ATES*s- *�| -_      Great Th�*atricai> Booth, In the George - Inn - Tard% Weft - Smitb/ield, DURING the Tirteof Bartholo w:ll he prcttatfd a DramatkJ^twtaianicut, never pctiorm'd theic bc> dr�r�d. Wi:b Eotemintnent, of DjncMg bctfCen the AA� by Mr. Drvcnpnrt, tin. Ua'enpo �. M.llrr Oate*. Mtft Oatci. aod  i.'.. tfce faraotu Mr. F�i�ifC>o will pcrlorm hit lurprihrg foUoici vo ihc S. IL An ci'nirfJir-arf Faod of Mufkk it protidcd. t wCllinf ��l Vii>iia>.H�a:b>i|t,tt'�tr-�0'.ftcir'c D'um>. T.o'npcit,frci�h-H ili i ill 'cu>aun-^,uny illumiiutcd nl. Ic-�e��l l�1e Mnoni jrul Itralixnt. (or the  orvieiHf:. if ,1* -tf CurA-pan�; ar.J Perf m- I Ct�*ti-* , f -jtXte% mtf dr  EXALTED CUCKOLD. MartorT, Mr. laSocrrc ; the Farrier, Mr, Vanthan; kai Maav Mr. Feak�tbman; Scararaodth, Mr. acncrofti tfarkonia. Uf, Ctdrfc� Col<�nbinc, Mifi Miunt farrtu'aWAt, Mr. Matters| Itim Mr. Halt.        _ ---^i^------------~:::s::  �   � N. B. Mr. Ryan, Mr. Lagatrre and Mr. Cbapeun, in orate tow tertawt the Town m'uh Kteaier*ar�erf, tu�a bew at ihea%|wnajcif~ cauGni tlits Carrrta'ncaeiii to be made. _ � - fthegiti every Day al One fOkS, aai etmtiam till Bbvtm at iVtfAr. Tins is to advertife Gentlemen and Ladies, THAT, for the Benefit of Mr. George I Pinchbeck. yooa�jdl�  tided wr, there willbeespo�*dto view, on lbs Pat V $t��ea tear the Corner of Cow-U^e, duties the time of lUttbiWtw-Fairy thof*-two turico. MaclMH* the Grand Theatre of Am and the Maf&a) BoC improv'd. aid lately broogiu hack Bora Funce t>r CbtitlotAcr>inea>-b�k tlie elders �ti� aa* bcctrfir|^� Btofhcr. Tficy~arc c0ccrs*d to htth�mOiotFiAi%uHkmn tec appcar'd t� iarope, hajMg,been (hewn (with a ge>*mrAt�ls�ft) before ibe prefent Royal Family -, fiicniic the Kiaf, Onren, iraafjlin and the �hoi� C�en � Frsnce, at the fatavc of VaelsiHea. and Uft Wiruer, y'uti theweaott Saii^aioay At rfi� Boy al iiahaayfc'1'- N.B. Ifwy �re fbf � fromTefl in �ha A.r^tMca}4ttlTcn as Hiajht. to two or more, wilbuur loft of Tttac Tar tbr guality. Gentry, and others, AT the Great Booth, in the King's-Arm*- Yaid, ibe upper tV^d of C>*>!ac�\ tutma, ihm Tarn cd fat' tfwLme* Fair. i> to be fo" a bcaa:ifit| laigc White Greenland BE A R, tatcly arr>t' ei frjto Land, fotfcipg hi* hiit. w*�-Uw h' ibe ship'* c.rt�, and wetched 3700 Wcsjkz, to*! 'd'.;tiiy a 
                            

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