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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 24, 1834, London, Middlesex TIT fe-S DAY, SEttriikfik ft}, 173+ Paris* Stflernhv29. [HE King, Qorrn, the Dauphin, and the Xlcxiioei oi Ftarce Continue tO cagey pcil^l Health. The King has pot off cts Departure from Fontainoieau tiU tJhe 6th of wart Merfh, and the Queen mill 6x cat the z$ih aftbe-tame V.ooth for that Place. The Maifral dTEtlrecs goes to ten or twelve Days to pxfidc in the Name of the King at the _____. Aacxcbly of the Ktlites of Breugne. farts. Sifti*i a?g-thax ssreparad to the contrary., is knk*d on as I^Srw We ne ctfiiEjr periuaded. that thde two Nations ��pto tiaiaethsk Farastaa&agsinfi certain Powers who jfcwe cakes* Party ia the A�u� of PaSaad. ' f}j*=icL, Sefr. 16- The New; of a con�dexable Body of Itishe^ defeated by fceae Re&an Troops, is confirnfd by Itaos&ctn Thorn, bet no Mrndon was nude therein of �cg Stas&acs. Tbctc Letters add, that the famous Partisan Bit there* io, kanra by his great Courage ar^ beany Atrach-p�tf mils Prince, had been taken Prdoncr by tome Saxon � jJTjcrxjfaad eopeaSad tpPieiBen. "' Dtm!, Sejt.xz. Wind S. W. Remain, Pembroke, Drpt fed and DefcaoceMea ofWar ; alto Isabella. Carir, for Ge-ua; Rccc�ry,^rralaa, far Socshanir�co ; BnOol, Salter, faiifboBi Docanc, Speeoe, for Leghorn; Dark*, Oliver, jbrCarafcaa; Battery Fa&sr. Qcicfc, for Ufosb; Beaver, Soai, tot New-England ; Recovery, Laws, for Jamaica; Si�j, Prefwkk, far Seville; Miner, Grapes, for Arundel. Anit'd, Purging SaBy. Pain, from Jamasca; John Biptift, Hamy, the Cams Frigaae, Jackson, and the St. Lewis, BiOvaQoiL -all three foe* Cadix ; , Palliiter, from Kntafac* s TarbracbSaaop, Spcay, from Part-Alahoo ; and fcraal axes are gone tfcn>" whoi Nzsnes we cannot leara. LONDON. Lsaehjl Nighl arro'd a Mail from Holland, which brings tkttknucg Etwaft of a Letzer from tne Imperial Camp at St Beatdain, dated the tjth Infant: * Ofc the rath in tt>c Evening, Coaa Koningfcgg fum-^iKnMa% the general Ottcrii of the Army to matt in his �Tcat, wSereaCtatixflol W� wash^. on Ad vice that the * Eataty had Jctstall their Cavalry t&wQaanrrsof Refrcu- * neat, and thu they had bes one Line of Entrenchment � heyaddbe Sccchia; it b.-ing alfa rtrprdcDiod, iliat thai Rjvtr * Mfhr be rafiVi wkhonx any DiSodry, it was nnaniraoufly * iciaVd to aneaipe a Smprize, sod the Generals uxre order d * to rcparir to their Pacts, and to cave every Thing ready in * Brier o asan^amsdmg to the lnSr^ions ihejr (bould re-� csjre taas Ccgebc Kxaagjig*.^ After ^lidnight the Army * anxda'd to the Borders c� toe River, without being perceiv'd * hy-tac Atisrj, mUscnpon a Bn^de was lent to attack Qui- * itliot, by way of Amiacaaect, while the left Wing crob'd * tike Rim, ths ProjdSl tocit �> well, that the Enemy, who * eapr&td no bach Vifit, made but very little Defence, and * itar'a m great Ccnfd&cn, the ^larflial de Broglk) having * wimBSKhxJoclczpd to a Ca&ne > fifty Men wbo guarded * km, and as Effspage. being taken, together with toeral * Officers.-The Alices at Qanieilo immediately put them- * ichoja aStauof Defence; bavfitikgtwrTroops march'd * maoack them brhini. they mad with gnar Precipitation, * cioepijieg fcs (.faiaipaaars whica were made Priionenof War. TteH&s be bes. tew Men kalTd, bat left tooo Prisoners, * aMng-whsm were facr O�orc n. The lame DavMr. RambouiUet, Gentleman-Ufiier to her Royal HighneE tne^ririceft of Orange, fet out from Kenfing-ton for Harwich, is order to embark tor Holland, Ironi whence he, is to proceed to his Htghncls the Prince of Orange, with fornc Letters from their Majeftio and her Royal Highncls. Vcllerday the Right Hon. IncxLord Abergavenny fct out from his Houfc in Hrook-tlrect for hi* Seat at AbergavefiDy-CallJe in Monmouihfhire. \. Laft Sunday an imhappy Accident luppwdat a Merchant's in St. MartihVla'nci Canr��^lrtet^ The MwaVrEh*. Pugh, having a young Woman come to fee her, defir'oNher fellow Servant, Richard Wird, to letch up feme Butter and Chcefe, which he accordingly AiA, and foon after came and broke oft' a Piece of the Chedc} whereupon Words enuiing, (he flung" Knife at him, which ftabb'd him in the Groin, and he died in a few Hours alter. The Maid was lent to the Compter the fame Day, and Yclterday being carried before Sir Richard B roc as, was by him committed to Newgate. - Theiame Day Mr. Vandcrr'Hclt, a Dutch Merchant, was atuck'd by two Highwaymen between Peterlham and Richmond, who took from him a Leather t^iTfcTwftcTtmTvrrc five Guineas and a half and a Moidore, and then rode off un* difcoverM. : Lall Sunday Morning one Brooks, a Carver in Wood, hang'd hunfelt in his Garters at his Matter's Houfc in Drury lane. Biijiol, Septtmhr at. Laft Sunday John Rich, Efq; was elected Mayor of this City for the Veat enluing i and 1 nomas Curtis and James Laroche, lifqrs. Sheriffs. _ Latt Monday a Sailor fell from the round Top of a Ship at the Key, and with the Force of his Defccnt, an Iron Crutch went quite-througH his Body, of which he died the next Day. Lflt Saturday a_ Woman that fold old CloathrinXhiillrnas-ftrect, hang'd hcrfelf, jull alter flic had fclchM a Pye front the Bake-houle. _ Friday nextTsnppointed for the Execution of the Soldier and the Woman, both tor Murder, now under Sentence of Death in Newgate. . ----- 71* Gtntlcmtn, ivbo, at tht Riqufji cftbt SKUtyfarJromting Chi ijlidn KhavJedge, art Truflterjfor tollt&ing Cbnritits �r W-7 half of lit Urfttutid Salizburgb PiettJIanti, haw' rtciivd Ad* vice hv a tiller nvbub cam to band Ytfttrday Simight, frtnt thtir Carreffondetit at Au^Jiurg, that Jomt mart of Mt dlfirtfftd Emigrant} art arriv'd there, in thtir way to Rotttraarh, tubtrt an Holland Stoop will ht providtd lo brii&tbtm to Grawfend. litre they ixill embark on board a Sf/ip appointed to tranjport tbtm to Georgia, wbicb will be' ready for that Purpofe. Jbty are to bt provided ivitb allNtc4ffarmrandfubfifitd for oiaYtar in Georgia out of the CoUiWw Monty : but tbi Money at prefeiit in tht Hands of tht faid TruJUt�tnt bting fuffitim[to defray tht lubole Charge, confiderittg boxv large a Sum hat bttn plaid** tht public k Funds /or tht Maintenance of fuv Mitufitri and a School-Mafitr ; it is tbertfort bofd that God will bt pitas d to optn tht Hearts of charitable andnJuilFdl^tdCkiftians to tnmrage and promettfo M/efvl and pious an Undertaking. High Water at London-Bridge this Day, at 31 Minutes after 7 in the Morning, and at 8 at Night. Yeflerdiy Bank Stock wxrr39t a 1 half, for the Opening. India 145 1 half. South-Sra Trading Stock 81. Old An-nuitiei 105 j 8ths. Ditto New AnnuirJet 104 3 4ths. Three per Cent. Annuity 93 1 half; a 3 4ths. MiUkm Bank 108 1 half. African ap. York BuildingsJ^ 1 4th, .a 1 half. Royal Afluranos 97 1 -half.- London A durance i 2 3 8ths. New .Bmk CirculaiSR 31- 2s. (3d. Prem. South' Sea Bonds 3I. 8s. Prcm. India ditto 3I. us. Prem. Tone per Cent7_aitto il. igs. Prem. Englifh Copper rlrijt. Welih ditto Books (hut. Salt Tallies 2 1 half per Cent.w Prem. V*> bear thai cbe RigLi Hon. the Earl of EiTcx, his Ma Jr4)*� As^oSsiia Exxzaax&sary to the King of Sardima, will fkaaly athuaracre, Wcheaztlsut&eRcv. JchnMalL M A. Fdlowof St. John's Gallrge, Cuciwsije. was birly chain Mailer of fidhop-Staec-ci Stioc'. a Kinierc&ire, in tiic room of the Rev. Mr- Pigoa, decsbd. York - Buildings - Houfc, �' zoScpr. 1734 Ttr'tlEREAS fome of tbr Creditors of the Tork-- liuildingt Company haying fikda Bill in the High Court of Chancery agam/l the Qompany, tbt Gtntral Court held the ibth Day of June laft, directed and impcnierd the Courlpf\ifjJijiants of tbt Jaid Campanfto-meet every IVtdiiefday, to treaTKvitb an* Committee tu-ht appelated by tht Oeditan, in order to accommodate and give iLcmSaltisfatTiim for their Debts \ fwet which, thtrt hailing bun a Muting of feme of tht Crtdiu*t>ai HlackwlPs, Cffit-bouft, the Court of Ajftftunti appointed a GommiifiTTo meet with fuel Perfons as the flidCrldilori< jbould think fa to nominate, in order to canftdtr tifa~~Mtlhod for giving ibc'm a reufon-able and fpttdy SatiifaJim for jbeir rtjktcli 4>* fVgcaW. iearaW-tTtte mating #*/ tbt ir�*r**ti fir }bt JfatYfimr\JkmmtH 4�"N at Michaelmas ntxt,
. Herat Exchange Gatt. Priat Sixfme^ ^ -' 'N. B. Tbt faih&aJrantt, t*rit*/lt JtvUti *�jjm0i lay Jonathan Sift*, artat&t* bt bad *)* Metf, Mm* mitT^%,-S 'Zotvtr-b ill, and efMrMatlbfixH * ft* Bmm* Y G**jtti* Ltadtnbatl-Marktt. By the Cmfaty ikd tbt tail Btfeminaw. BR ITANNIAi .The R o y A t L o~v s ft s. Orlunnia. Mr�. Clurnbets-, 0�rmM�ku�, anftJhMm: C^id, Robert*, betoa. tte^ttltisnvother ajpyrttfeg��i th��a|a.' -In whi�h will be iotio>iM>d a mm runcaiima lateraOe,aalPi BAR LE$JJIN m the Cjtt; o a. A Wonder, CrimHite turn*d sEItpbaat. ColomhrB by jur*. ttBtefis. Harlcqnifli Mr. Lop, |uo. Coion*ii�Y HathtaJ, air; Kefta i Cluwin, Mr. itokeihRiiD 1 t�6in�a,' Mr. wefhutk� III liiaainr. Mf^Hind; a WK*. Mra> I*m Mifr4ao4ham v. Mailer of ih�. R!�ohaw. m* Itolett (OmM�i t pprra, �fr. �a� aw Hie II. �'i�b n�� Mufick comport bv Mr.$��*�, - "iT> Boxes and Ualceuits �* tbt Stagt Btxts+t. Ftt. **�*� Gallery 11. 6 J. - ^ n. P. No left lhan ih� loll Friar will be darkf the Ihe Petforrmnee. And to pterent-ObOniaion*,-** ��M� waaattlf,,, ctjj be %imw& bthi�d the To begin exaOiy at Six o'Cloek. f^Money iob�r�mrBVaWtheCoru�i�4nwa�*, - ' N.D. The'play and tottf ia�w�Tnt�r� obtif'd u twdrWa^tg aVwfw^. of trw lodiipofitloo of om of tbt prtrdrM> rvrl(�akm. Place* for the Bo set to hi takraar Pi^�t�*� C. tht Thcain. By the Company of Comtd'utns, ATlh* Theatre Royal in Covrnt Garden, ** Tomoffi*w,-being ihe ayh Icitwt, br tftknt�4 at ta�M L O V E's SHIFT Laft - QR,' -�: , Foot in Fa s ii i The foot in * a s 11 1 an. ^iawkf., Mr. Ufan J Sir Wilful Wiii�aa*4 Hr, Hifp&T I Wnrthy, Mr. Male founf Wdfihv, iR. TTtTttr; 9* Nofcliy r�. i fliiun, M'. Chapman ; >"ap, Mr. Mo�a*�: Mr,MJ ili�*ttt Am*4a. Mr�. JJallam . Niuitli, M(�. KulUt , Hillui'i, Ut�. r�s*tifeft FUrcir, Mr�. *.>\by. , _ To whi�t� will be added a BaFaJOira. c*3"j - - �The '^E^t1^-m:^A^:-~~ on, --The Wives Mitamoiphos'o. Sir Jolm Lovetute, Mr. S>oopc!�r v Jobfc*. Mr. kiaSani laJe Lo���lc, Mr*. ICilbVi N�H, Mitt Norti. ' With E*ltrtainmtnit of Dancing, fatlknUmiy_- - A r* w ^ mini Clmti'ii ��>j<�ii upoa T*b'e, l"fpV � \so,h*t t# lbt t>JA �w fc thf CJ..U to the Mother ; wiili thefiftotKh ad �*��th M-mnarf ihe Heart, and ihe Aftioo of rht Luaa*. All winkp^i^.. ,S gcilwr with f*��r�l other rrcpmtioa*, will be rh**� ami J^tm csplaiaM in En|li(b or ftcuft, by Mr. Cbotc* biotfcL-. Nute, A Gyiittcwocnapproowlvanalify'j mil�ffrff|i�f *J|�jam.'ri*T? Advtriifementi in tb'u Pafer of a moderatt Length are taken in at Two Shillings each. 5^ 41
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