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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 28, 1834, London, Middlesex                                DAY, 6b *t EM BBR 4&, 1734. _ _. C     1 til* ^     WO"-,'' � Dm/, September 26. |*H E Wind hath blown very hard theft -two Days, but all xhc Ships ride fate and well.  The Outward-bound remain till better Weather.  Wind N. N. VV. L & N. DO N. We arc credibly intbrm'd, that on the 16th Inftant, N. S. the Mimftera of the Maritime Powers at the Court of Vienna, prdemcd a new Memorial to _ ,      .the Emperor, enforcing their Defire to u the Diftrences cf Europe i� a Method of Accommodation, ad trying �� the moll patbetick Terms to foften1 lib Imperial MakftrS Terms of Negotiation : And we are infora'd l�ke-that his imperial Majefty anlwcrVt to this �  That be held the kind Offices of the Maritime Powers in m (he Mgheft Efteeni, and was ready to receive their Propo-- towns w�b all imaginable Sincerity and Alacrity $ but as Hi V'leeJwwrf^iT rrrrain Court* were known to be fickle �  rope were to be obttin'd by a leb Sacrifice than that of him-* Of, and his augurt Hcufe."* Tabid that hb Imperial Majefly hasded^r'd, that in cafe ike War (hpuld continue another V'car, be (hould be induced to draw alTtoe Auftrian Ferces from the Rhine, to employ them it Itad/. and to If ire the Defence of the Empire to the Troops c/tbefcveral Princes. - Yeflcrday the following Gesdetoen were appointed by the Directors of the Eaft-Inda Company to go Super-Cargoes on board the Ships now preparing tor their refpcclrre Voyages, _wt Mr. Pratt, Mr. Newnam, Mr. Morton, Mr. Lyel, Mr. Pare, Mr. Lane, Mr. Huefea. and Mr. Martin. leterday the Court of Directors of the Sooth-Sea Company ere rjeasd toreinftare Mr. William Henry in bis Employ-�cat of Chief Cicik of their Bond Office, which Station be las for many Years ertjoy*d with Reputation and Credit. A few Days ago dy'dat his Seat at Blrkrnbog in BarnrT-fSie^ North Britain, after a long lllncfs, Sir James Abcr-bonoy, Bart a Gentleman of an univertal good Chancier, Bad is /accorded by bis cldcrl Son, now Sir Robert A'ocr-cfonby. . A Jew Days ago died at hi> Houfc in Charter- Houfe-Yard, Thomas Buckley, Efqi and Ycuerday his Corps was interr'd Is a Vault in Rotberbith Church.  Yefkrday the Right Hon. the Lords of the Admiral/ were efarJed to admit 74 iuperanaaatcd Seamen into the Petition of Gteen^-Hoipital. The fame Day their Lord/hips recerv'd Advice of the Death f Car* Shirley, Mafbti-Attendant of his Majeiiy's Yard at Woolwich. J They write from Liverpool, thajt the Angola, Capt. Cooper, 4me a&ore at Hylake in the late Storms, and was loll with al her Cargo: The Crew were happily tav'd. AQ the Ships rode it fafc in the Downs except the Pfcccnix, neation'd in Yefteniay's Paper j but the Weather has been fo toy bad, that the outward-bound Ships could not weigh Anther. letters from Cork advikV, that the Hannah cf Virginia, Thomas Dickenfjm Matter, took up at Sea, in Latitude pdeg. 30 m. a hundred Leagues from the Gapes, a (mall Btattbtkrauig to the Mary RatdnT of BriRol,-bound from Giiaey aidSt.Chrrftophei'j, with Sugars and Teeth for Briflol, Adair went out Mafler. The Mary RatdnT foundered the ifi Inftant in bad Weather, in the Lat. .jjo drg. 30 m. � 1 - VVyar then Mafler, who with (even Hands more took to the Boat, which was but a -finail one, and without a Drop of hem Water, the Ship having wanted for fix Days before die fasdej'd. Wyat and 6re Men died for want in the Boat, two fcnrhr'd, vit William Gallop, Sailor, and John Hoops, Sur- Paffimger; they coniinu'd eleven Days in the Boat, ad were taken op the 12th Inilant with their Boat by the �bare Ship. Tbry write from York, that the Rev. Mr. Mofley the Vf^tP >t presented to the Rectory of Wiggmgton near that H**, m the room of the Rev. Mr. Walker, cfeccas'd ; that gjehtaanral new Pavement is finnVdln the Nookand Wdl ftrtsof that venerable Cathedral; and that il^ Corps of the jbob. Mr. Wentworth, Son of the Lord Makoo, who died �"fHi Holland returning from his Travel*, is expeded dally, T order m he inten'd in the Vault of that ancient Family in tfciaidCathedral ^NeatWedneaay the Horfe-matches begin at Newmarket, ^DnkeoTBolton's Cfjefiw't Filky runs againfl thcEarl :-?Ttmore*i Colt for 200 Guineas. - r^Tbw^yrlieSuk6�f Dcvoa&ueVbay Colt runs againtt the Duke of Bridgwater's grey Colt tor ida Guineas.^ The&me Day the King's Plate of �oo Guineas will be ran fc'M* Year old Horfcs. _ CM Friday the Earl of Pcrtraore's Che&ut Cok runs againft rt*" f*$�* Mur for zoo Guineas.   ArJ On Saturday the Duke of Bridgwaters bay Filley Patch, ^gtinJl Sir Michael Newton's grey Filley for zvo Gui- laHThurHay the Coroner': Inquefi fat a feeonj time on the *^of the Drawer that was fi�d 10 base been rl jig out of a . mTw_r*� Stories high at Ciuring-cro&, and arur examin-J^W^ Witncfles, the Coroner granted bis Warrant for J^jag the Corps, and adjourn'd lU Veidicl till Thurlday w# h m Lttttr which cam te land l�fi Mtadap, fnm tbtir Ctrrtfanittnt at Attffiwr�, thai Jimt mtrt �/ tbtft Jiflrtftd Emigrant) art �;nVi/ tltrt, iu thtb tvOy i* RtittrJam, *ut*rt am HallamJSleep at/// hi frtviJtd H hriig thtm t* Grawji**', Htrt tbfy iriff tmbark m hoard a Ship afftimttd to tra*JHrt thtm to'Gttrgia, ntihich nviU ht rtm'df fir thai Pmftfi. 'Thy art to ht frwiitd ttMlh ail JCtetfarttt, andfihfifitd fir tut Yitar in Gttrgim eat cf tit CtlLftim Mo� Pttfriettn trill it ready to$t M* H. B.'PrintedLi/toft >dat thtOjfictmHtdm    _ " Never Afted there before. By ibe Company of Comtdiam,     . AT th� Theatre Royal ih Coven^-Gtnifii, **  e Denth of Ma � y j^ieen cf ScotJajtS. Qoecn Mary, Mr�. Hoctws btiff. the nrlt iin� of brr appcarBf on (h� Stage *, Nnr^itk. Mr. Ryan: IHiiko. Mr. A. (Ullaa* j Morrat, Mr, ntidftwater Cecil, Sir. Robrtu > DvOj.Uf', Ntirs Nona \ Ojiaan To begin txafliy at Six  Cwfl. .   .-� Not Aftcd thele three Years. By Hti Majejlfs Company of Comedians* AT the Theatre Royal in Drury - Lane* this r>4t, being the aSih of Jtptrmbtr, will t� njfivii  TtattJt, ��M'4 _ The  MOURNING BRIDE. Written by tht tat* Afr. C o A-'iOTCTrrxr^ Kin|, Mr. m�U> Ofrnjo, MT. Milwara \ Ovofkka. Mr. Oji�| Gaici*. Mr. Cibber. Sslim, Mr. Croft \ Pt��. Mr. WMtaat) r Mr. rufbou v Hcb, Mr. fill* I Ltuuora. Mr^Huffbaia| * Mr�. Ihuimond ; Z��, Mrs. BoiUr. _ - To whttb will be airfed  BalUdf ant, calM R   A. IT9HE Quadrants invented by John Hadley% Efq\ for taking tht Latitude, or otbes Angles at Sea, exaclty divided, and fstmijVd with Gla/Jit VMrltd on Purpe/t, giving a true and /ingle Reflcilion, are made and fold by Jonathan Siffbn, Mathematical- lnftrument- Maker to bis Royal nighne/s the Prince ofWalei,^at the Corner of Btassfird-Buildings, and Jejrph jatk/oa. Mathematical lnftrument-Maker, in Angtl-Cotirt by Sorry-Street in lit Strand, and by John Gilbert, Mathematical-lnfbrsanent-Maker, in P oft era-Row on Tower- Hill. The De/criftion of the /aid {Quadrants, 4vitb~~Direflions for their Ufe, is given with theirs, and is fold by-Ar&utl at tht Royal Exchange Gate.  Price Six-pente. N. B. TheJasd Quadrants, cwiauflj 'dividtd and fini/l'd by Jonathan Si/Jan, arKal/a to bt bad of MtfT- Mount and Pagt on ToTuer-bill, and-a/Tilr. Matthews at. the Bunch of Grapes in Leademhall-MarketS By the Company of Cdmediamr AT the New Theatre in Goodman's-Fields, on Mq<�lay nest, being the ) , In wliicE will be iptrodue'd a new P�n:oroioue Interlude, tall'd UA Rl^M $JJJ Mm {kCm: ............o a, A Wo n o t R,   Colombine turu'd Elephant Culoinbi>e by Mrs Harlequin, Mr. Luo. juo. Clown. Ml. Itnkcihmiu Kotcnt. Colombdic'i Hukbaad, M>. Rofco ; Ycoauo, Mr. Weihetilij Mt L^od^^r, Loodoa, Sept. 18, 1734-Iht Gentlemen, txhc, at tit P.tfuft tf the Stcitti fir panning f~ri'*"* K*o  Wile, Mr*. Woodward; ad Lunconer'i Witr, Mif� Sandliara ; ^ after of itie b.epbaix, Mr. Huletc ; Ccudrmcn, Mi.H�rb.n. Mi. Jcokiiu. aod Mr.Murrili Heib Vkciniin, Mr. Nor rit-i E|6 VVomio, Mr. MoiiUli; Omuea Oiupprrt, Mr. Ht, �..d Mi. Most . I'ortcn, Mr. Pearcc aixl Mr. A)l�, l.��kct-Won��", tit II- ^iib new Mufick (ompoi d by Mr. iecdo. Boxes and Balconies en the Stage 5/.   Boxes 4     Pit 2 i. i>J. Gallery 1 i  6 d. N F.  N'> left il.in the iuil I'ric* wiii be taken durirj; the Time of the PcftbrmaQtc.  A"d iu p>c>cn( ObHraOiont, no reilua whaicrcr C>u be admitted LcfunJ the ^c  drtwn up. rlacet for :lie Doici to tc t�ica at I'ld^o'* Ci.ffeclioule oppjfn� tbc Tl;eauc. The I'oiBpmy will continue to Act crery t)�r eatcpi Saiorday*. o on, HOB   in   the   W t 11. ~     " Jlter'd from the Country - Hake, nxritttn by the lata Mr. D o c o if. - ~Hob, Mr. Lafoerre, btlnftbvntll time of hi* Afpftrpec* Oa tbia ^�ge i K00T rfatKer, Mr. H.rper; IIwb*a Mother, ijji, Prkckatg . Fluia, ton. Cimrell ; Sir Tbo. Telly, Mr. Sbtpp^fJ. Fri�adl>, Mr. Silway 1 Ukk, Mr.Tutbon Batty, MH. Slii.ctwro. To M�ln ciaelly at �i� o'CUxk. - By bis Umu*�a;naJtttfnttahe *4mntt4h\IHtsA tbafeamit. PlaceiTo Im caktrt at ilw Widow Cook'i to lie riayboaU raflaaa. By Comaund of h'w Royal MigbreiV, 00 Monday neat wig pa fvoted a Play, call'4 Araphytrioa. by jhe two &^m, with a* I uinincnt, call'd the Buran*Mailer TrieV'd. Ujarticaim Defrt of TOMO CHACHf, Mieba JCiug of lie l*diaas efYamicrave, vKNAUKI bit* By the or  " ____ Stuttn,'Prince JOHN 'TOOANAHOlfr,' and tit reft of tht Indians. - For the Benefit of a Family that bat fujlaufi great Loft by Ftre* AT the Theatre Royal in Lincoln's-Inn- AK> Fteldi. oa Tuefday next, the ill of OOober, - it* trr PTfturdM riar. calld - DON QUIXOTE in Enolamd. Written by tht Author of the Mi a g �. Don QaUoce, Mr. Roberta j Sawhofaacha. Mr.MaJImV 'ateart Badger, Mr. Mornn 1 Jtirlora, Mr. Alton filifor, Mr. In I Do-rmh�, Mr*. Mollatt \ Jtatbtl. M�a.gte�l; Mra.Oogk. Mr� �fattoaa mm. Sneak, Mift Joata, Go. Miiatacia, Mil* Joaa.>a. '- v*hith liDgiog by a GcatUvoraan wbo never appear'd oa any turn before, particularly at the End of Aft L ThcMciryMootbof Mai, TawhkhwUlbeaddadaFaru. caU'd ' SKIM I.N G TON : 0 R� The _ C O U N T R V     WtDDINO. With fcreril Bmertainmema af iiu^lrtg ad* Daiwif, aa will fee ei>_ prcft'4 in the tfreat Rill*. ^ plitn to be taken, and Tieketa to b* bad ai ibe Thurr* Tarcra o*cr� afiiall the" Pliybuula^     _...___ Boxes 55.  Pit }3. Gallery a i. Upper Gallery y a. " CtelmTJesd, Sift,: t^fta, DESERTED from the Hon. Col. Thomas ragctti Reriawm utfoas. and fa ti�aie�k-gi�y cHlh Cmi," tSalS iUct'J, U'�ilki,..( ,aj Hierthu of (lie fur*, did cm WcaVaalatT qm| /-tl) lallant rub hit Mailer, Jofeph btiiltf.ECj; afx VmA �*mai Ouiieai, and i*u finall OoM I'.U'tt-PKeea of forraaal Cow. ibeaa iK,ii.nd ihirti, iwom wbicb were onrkd on the iJSkaftba Matk v/iiU the Letter ti in black, a P;.ir of new *iey. sMt Stock mm. a m�� * '.ur- f'-i'ol iiivrr Wioc Butkiti, asd a 'air of litter KaHtwe*iaiL t^op�.r ot new fompi, and firwal otkeriThirtp 1 whoever ttuTm* Itcn.'i (be laid Nichuiai Jtml* d, to at he may be proarbt in iZiibZ: j. g,.e Nmj�e to�hc laid Joleph butler,� hia Chaabcra.l^iTataw ciurc. Midd.e. Temple, (hail have eight Guinea* Reward. wUhfeaahZ �U� Char jej^ Advtrtijim;ati in ibis Paper of a moderate Length art taken in at Tm Shilling *a f laid Hwibaad John -mi pctx more iiiiu be p     l> fatiifl; ihta u to 4c�i� all far the future not to trull her, lor if" � Debit ibe Out) herufui ecatrUt.   

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