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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 7, 1834, London, Middlesex                                &ATURD A E PTtVMllR �A 1. �J iibtdcr,onAccoimtof the want ZlT!%** � owArmy; that the F_ and the D- J"P��a�'d their rtfpecli�e Camp; and that a Jew, who was "WQfcGeneral for viaujOJing the Impehal Army, bad 2f�wd^lai>dretu'dto Manheim, alloW. that a. Ne-!�n�klud 61Jteafen, and as he oaceiJd it impoffible wtaradh Provifioyruficient to fuppry the Army, be thought *    WV** ^Wt to a Plao-U^Safety. HttAlon ChriaianMajefty has tint a Perfco of Difliodjon *�f Peterftwrg, with Inftr^iora, as'tis (aid, to J~"�*wa�s the Differences with the Czarina, and to pay w "pence which the French Troops have incarr'd during �w bay m Rnflia: 6 riv5"2 fcT^5 fl0m CiV and Sare �* Mihn bdnK �-ibrm cL 'trKii Court, to entreat hb Majeily to procure a�^5t5tm,ffioa 01 thc TT ali-J :L  ctous Receptioa. . Laft Thnriday the Right Hon. the Earl of Portmore's Merry A�Jrrw, Mr. Siroorafs Bay Horic Simfli.Mt. Rogers's Merry Tern, Mr. Smith's Frthmttr, and Mr. Scot's Galloway ?��, fbmcdacEpfom for the *5L Plate, which was won by the former. .'�-�. f-HLaft Night ended Bartholomew-Fair, which had been kept with the utmoft good Order i and this Day the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor accompany'd, by the Shorirrs, and attended by the City Mufick, on Iteiebaclt, goes 40 proclaim Southwark-Fair; after which hit Lordjbrp diaa at the Bridgc-Houie accarding to CoftooK -L\ T ' " ~ .; On Monday neat InW Sdlkaa begins at Guildhall for the AJfc His Majffi ttkpany fCmtHam, T the Theatre Rojal in Dnxrt - lirie; LOVE for LOVE. tTrffrt* ij rle Arte AfV. Comohiti. , fin. Mr. MiHer 1 Tank, Mr.CJWtt \ FonfiMt,     J^nlW| I-hit.%�*�*irt�{Jam*%Chftrs�ti��U�* m Gtm*iart,M, Mr�^ Jtotkr � Mr*, nrtfi&kt. Mil* H�ar�Sr} "----------------�-�.t-�. fNf.Mw.Clif*� aa*.�� Pwt of Aafrl bttat rWBrfttiiMorberlV�HawBtawi ihat j    'Stmut atan^. .      . -^w-j-i*. .j--. ... .-^ �h**hMt"r� jaw puatcl, � �a#: drtoratftil Ike*. ;.y n J��A B�t�rtafawiii�s �rf otMwa oy Mr. SinKm, itt ttt% ten, PeUiof, Mr. Da JfbS. And On the Weo^Bay foBownrg theSemonaoi Oyer and Tet-attbeOIdBaily. TheWwee^o^rQ^^ ^ la and the Sueightj, and 33000 Ooncet of t'ilvtr snd 1000 1 of Gold Coin to Holland. Seventeen Ships were clcaVd at thc Caftom-Hoofe inward, and 2 t-outward. On Tharftay but was interr'd by Day4ight, at St. Dun-8ao*� in the Eaft, the Corps of Thomas Clarke, Efqt in a private* jhooeVdep^ purhjsut to his particular Di- redsons, avoidtng in thu, Onentatioo, as he had in all Things throogh the CbuTteof a very long lite, but in nothing more than lis exteahve Charitia, of whkii, tiwogh every Year afoded Irolanees, yet were they only known to the Recievers of them. He died pofleiVd of a very urge EOate, all which (except some (mail Benefactions and Legacies) he has left to hb only Daughter, Relict of John Olmius, Elqj of Leesio A few Days ago a labouring Man happening to have his Leg broke by a great Quantity ot Gravel foiling upon him, was immediatefjr carried to the-Ho(pitaI near Hyde-Park, iCJlIel*:^ rior, was lent to the tame Place, and proper Care was there taken of them, and they arc in a (air way of Recovery. _ Wo hear that on Monday nejri the Comedy of the BuTy. Body will be pcrform'd arRichrsond, for the Benefit of Mr. Chapman, and that- Mr. Ryan will perform the Part of Sir George Airy, and Mr. HippiHey that of Sir Frands Gripe. High Water at London-Bridge this Day, at 14 Minutes after 5 in the Moming, and 38 after 5 in the Afternoon. Yefterday Bank Stock was 138 1 half. India 143. South-Sea Trading Stock 79 3 41b. Old Annuities 105 ( 4th. Ditto New Aiuudrjet 1041 8th. Thnw per Cent. Annuity 93. Million Bank 108 i half. African zp. York Buildings 3. Royal Afluranee 97. London Affurance 121 41b. New Bank Circulation zl. 15s. Preus. South-St* Bonds3I. it a as. Prem. India ditto 3I 9s. Prcm. Three per Cent ditto 2I. Prem. Englifli Copper il. , j,. VYcUh dnto Books flun.  Salt Tallies a per Cent. Prcm. By tbe Company of Comedians* thc New Theatre in Goodman's-Fields, cali'ti AT oa UQ*4ay oat, thc 9 ac*7 The    W O^N DER: A Woman keeps a Secret. DooFdis Mr.G>ff�rJi Col B'noa, Mr. UeUoe , Ooo Lo^cr, Mr, Ho&oi ftUckk, Mr Uardii i Uao Pcdr>, Mr. Norri. Cibfar, Mr. Lyos; L'ff.rAo, m''. Peokcibuiw i Alfwziic, Mr. Fearer ; Vwlju-e Mr* Giff�rd . tuUlUu Mr>. HaAtkua; fiat*, Mr*. Kobc'U ; loir, With S�r�irg in lUliaa and inglifli bf Mil*Jiwi, alfo a Cnntctto on chc ftau.h Horn h/ Mr.Clur^, beipgibchrU time ot Ihcir pp-i&mwQ 0:1 (hit S'z^e. And txi eiiax>Ol�M( "f Osncioc hy VO-'f. Valioil and MO. ftollotk. But a y. B�x ^aivW'^ issaai iwifhiiAHility. ItotFoajr & f Uhaafv,   Mkhatl ItWsattha Trfcr WW flcrof .ht txolphk Sloop) at CoUIm'* Ct|Ve^m�rM�7iL.K*Jm* riar*s fairs.-----   . "^*B! John Twyman firthMj/f  -   7 t�|t. ThtS..** Thwrrtof Itrt, mk^UaMt a^**perfMM*i tjoii the partisuUr asjwiwafnt the proaigiMsaal tivwtviApeMaa. tton it ho met w.idr. aw oalr from thclMtHrt l^at Vewsryol Orest-Brittio. bat Irora ihaKiaf. Qo*m, aadNohiluy Of ***** aw F��ke�. and far lUpstlor to aay�M now pjttawl to rhar nt* �4 sjt, lkfc M�Wol the Heart, and the Aftk* of (he tangs; All which Partkalars, m> geibar wish fereral other rrtp�r�iion*, will be (hswn sad sJcarff MpUioMruB)>a1l�wr>e^byMr.Crtotethhofcl�. Note, A Qeatjswottuapronrly oaalifyM aMMtsadthatiaalsa, JJlin�tOH'rurNpikeZ~~~, TH � Truftecs empower'd to pot in Execu-ilon fcveral AOs of ParriiWiaT~tor rueuLitsf ttw Hiahwara from fttcrat Hscer thereia mtmkw'if leaawg toeara* Mia>i*Nrt7aMw "K3uF�mnipiia''Pi�iri^ jjuroinciu 00 ' burttsy peat, being the 1 iib or tbls loiteui, af 3 e'Uosa luibeaAeiouoo, tlihe JcrutVlem Tunra on Ckrkc�w*U-sic*n.      - \ LL Pcrlons indebted to the Kftatc o� Jofuh ** Werkauo, law of AUermaoborf, tootfoa, Pjtbcr, 4u**i?4, aredefired 16 p�y iu ib if Oebcaco M'�Tbomw Well*, of AAlta-Hmt. viftaaUsr, or to Mr. Robnt^hUlimora, *iu*ut� irUv, ia-Ttrof (norcua U'tc'. wh* arc app^iaira by tb* l&tnmtttDt 10 retalft the (inw, iopcjaalt wMrrotrhey will b� fued. STOLN on Wednefday Morning fail, j^f 41b loilaat, from tkt Ch*rrf-ire� i* Woie4>M^�rw, alooadt^ borytML&tii $i)�rr Taokard. owrhV C.y^*a>oaaV C�*�r W. LJeL.�n (he Haiidle, weiabsaf 3) Omw i rstwf we%j|�. Who* - wiCiwn Armitioeg, fc ifw Ch�ir|-u� torcfsurrfrilt reeenv'sha M iocy ii i> p*�o d for, and ionber, s Ga�oe* fUwtrd it tL� fttHm cm befetur'j vboUole and pawo'd it. - Os�~w Thuriaay ihe        of Augal- Wl. m or near WiltmhW Ahbet, a Xirop of  DaW^Bae� ~ if D I'd Clutter jfaXbioo, wiili 'our Rous end ooe (ntti �* la* leia, Wmcucr hj> louod ir, �od will briog it to the Btas**eit ball Cc4ksc� houfe ia E*(iugull-itr*ei, faWi hit* n 1"ntjrn tiwsid.aaa�iOsaiiiiia **�-�-' ' �r  " ,   - � .,. LOST thc 5th InUanc in Drury-Une, be> iwcco Eleveo and T.*cl�e o'Ctock in lh� FO'Ccoo*. � Mfcr v��iUi �nh  Cypher 00 tbe back of ii, a teataer Mrwf eudSilMr 00 which i� �igt��'4 a lyoo. whoever wilt be 14 it to ths) tsiMbfc tioile m sc. j�Ws Uay*ma>aet, ftslf hm a CaaiM Ifeeedi LOST from Harnmcrfiiiith, a Uver 4bc*iiigb, a Hawk aiofe, hi* T�r� aboex 10 t> o>4. Wh e�^t bri << r$ frwTte tj� kXc C^cbmaker. ia rissaciUy, fast) num dCakeTaWawla Advert'femcnti in this Paper cj a moderate Length are taken in at       Shillings eacb.   

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