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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 1, 1834, London, Middlesex                                � ��iW.I Madrid^ ^September 14".    ^ IS Court has at lengtfV iptof to enter Into Ncgocistion this winter for fettling the feace of Europe, 11^00 Condition, howeter. that the Reflitn-tkm of the Kingdoms conquerM from the Houfc of Aaftria be not fo much as rnention'd.  *Tis added, that another Snttfia w�, is the acknowledging the Infant Den Catlcs u King of Naples and Sicily. pMttiti.&f*. �8.  General Lafci went away the tgth ^rkh the HulTars and a Regiment of Dragoons, and on the vfonow he was followM by the four Regitrrnicfuf, Foot that mnaiti'd in the Camp at Ohra, fo that our Territory is at lalt skfiieiM from Foreign Troops.  General Lafci intends to rake ' I^Qiirters ft PoTttJhi.   The Ruffian Artillery, together [bar Ammunition and Provifions, were on the 17th put oo bard fceeral BritUh Ships for Crotuladt, and they are fince "fcifd with � fair Wind. ... .   . , DnUtn, Stpt. 24. Their MajefUrs have put off their De-partore for Warfaw till the middle of next Month\j the Queen �bm� to rye-in there, in hopes to give a future Prince 10P0-�n4 ffcat will be a true Piafte or Native. Btidtlbergt September a?'. Ydlerday the Prince Royal of pnfia treated Prince Eugene at Dinner, and this Day fct cut at the head o: the Troops, to place them in Winter Quarters in th: Dotchy of CTeves and Ccunty of Mark, after which his Bepl Highnife will return to Berlin. H-i'-i'irgbt Stftanbcr �8. According to our Advice*from Fcttrfburg, the new Treaty of Commerce concluded, between the Courts of Great Britain and RutTia, will be fign'd ear of hand. The Arrival of Mr, I'Etang at Pcterfburg from Parif, has contributed greatly to hailen the Departure of the French- Troops jkairfd at Cronllsdt ; we expect every � Moment to hear they have embark'd. The Project of a Mar-nags brtwecn the Duke of Holttemand the fecund Prir.ce& of England, has given great Spirits to his Royal Highnefs's Party nSwc&n. A Report goes, that in cafr this Match takes Place, U* States of the Kingdom will renew the Pcnfion of Z5000 Crowns per Annum, granted thitt Prince in 1723, when he marry'd the Princefi of Ruffia. Some LcUers ftoro Stockholm mrwion, that in Confidcration of the liberty which'the Kingdom of Sweden has in a great Meafure rccovcr'd bjrthe Accefli-onof the prefent Queen, they are about to eltiblilh an Order of .Knighthood, to be cali'd, in Compliment to her Majefty's Name, the Order of St. Ulricka. According to the Statutes to be drawn up, none can be admitted but iuch as by the TelU-1 amy of the four. Orders fhall be dillinguiflt'd for being Men of a publick spirit, and who have been never biafsM by pcrfbnal ' IntereS. The Number of Knights is to be fifty *. the Candidate are already $00, a Number of Patriots ail Nations cannot boaft I The Court of Sweden is at prefent very bufy in floring the Magazines and fonify'd Places of tat Kingdom ; the Generals are intent uponfpreading. a good Difcjnljneinrougb the Amy i their Troop conuft actually of fttS^rM*�i 30000 whereof are Cavalry, excellently mounted. A Turkifh Prince is arriv'd at Stockholm, in order to embrace the Chriliiao Religion. The Senate has appointed four of its Memberj to confer with the Daniih Ambaftador on the Subject of the Negotiation fomeume fince carried on. Dial, Sept. 29. Wind Well. His Majefty's Ships remain, with Dritlol, Salter; for St. Lucar; Star, Macdonald, for Hiyk tie Grace. L ON D O N. Weleam from Paris,-that the Allies having purfu'd the^ Jmperialiils to jhe Banks of the Po, and finding that they bad|_ bark their Bridge to prevent being follow'd, the King of Sardinia, with the MarmakCpigni and Broglio, contented them--iehres Hritb intrenching their Tipops akmg tie Borders of the Risers in hopes to hinder the Germans, from appearing again nraaf MrtofthcManiuan. ,, We hive an Account from Jamaica, that the Rebellious Negroesdefcrt daily, and have lately cut off a Partyof 150 Wht� Men. That their chief Town js impregnable, being inter) on a high Eminence, and fortify'd with leveral Redoubts, Audthc Paffage to it lb narrow, that only two or three Perfons can na-breU. That fome of them come down inDifguile on -Market-Days to trade with the Jews for Powder, iMtwiukQanoVJ ing 'tis Death for one of them to have above a Pound in his -^Cnflody, and carry au^y all the W hue Men they can convc-.nicntly lay tStir Hands on : that .their Number is very nume-rOos in their Towns on the Hills, having a King over them : tat it they are not fpeedily qucU'd, the Con Sequence may prove fatal, which will require a great Force to cfFce.t.       _________ Velloday Micajaii Perry and John Salter, Efijrs. the Sheritl dt& for the Year enfiung, accompanied by tbe Right Hon. t-ord Mayor and Aldermen, went in their Barges to Wert--tninfter, and there, at the ExchequTr Bar, were fworn into  iUu|.i� at hji lloufc in Grofvcnor- i ._ They write Na^jdc, tftttcmTuefoayUftMr. Ffcller, Member "n tie laft Partkmem for Plimpton in DerooOtire, was chofen an Alderman of tlte Corporation of Yarmouth. - Laft Night the Indian King, Qneca, and Chiefs, went to the Theatre Royal in Cov^-Gardeiv �nd laW the Tragedy cajrd the Albion Queens. , On Sunday Night the Lady of the Hon. Mr. St John, Son ot the Right Hon. the Lord Vifcount St. John, was fidely deliver'd ot a Daughter at his Houfc in Grofvrnotrflreet. Laft Friday Mr. Hunt, an eminent Virginia Merchant, was rrurrred to Mifi Anthony, of F.dmoticon. St. Anne's Church, Sobo, which has been foe feme Month* "liriog and beautifying b an extraordJMry manner, had ioe Service petform'd again in it on Sunday (aft.   .   -.TheiRer. Mr. John \\^roofre, M A. ts prefentel by Admiral Hoder's Widow to the ReSory of Warden, in the Diocefe of Canterbury, vacant by Mr. Fetherfton's Removal to BeUieritlen.    , � OnTueiday the ijth'pflalt Month, aPurfeof ao Guineas was run for on the South-Inch of Perth in North-Britain, and won by a Mare bckngiog to his Grace tbe Duke of Hamilton.. - -'-------- On Wedne!aay the 18th, a Purfe of 15 Guineas was run for, and won by aGaUoway belonging to -  *m H'tJutjJaj tbe zl 0/Oadir wMt at Eleven o Clad in tbt Fmrtmtem\ atcar/ing t� tbt AB ffPartuumnt far tKotfarating tig Cwfiain, **d U tlt�t mr^id fix JffijlaKtsj* thtYtar a^aM N. B. PrimtA lip cf tttPrtfruttri Hull hi ready f btdjli- d Committee of Gcvetnohef Beiblebem-Hofpital nvill mitt at tbt laidIh fatal-in Mcvjulds Tmanvw tbe zdltftant, at 4 ��&Li* /> ^ftiWMfcyft r��w Pf^al, from /titb Ptrfexi at art txiutag t� Jtntm tbe fiud Htftitml ivitb Beef, Mutton, Vtdl and Ptrk, at a ttitaim Price, t� Lady-day MUXt._"___ fHE ifyadrants invented by John tfadley, Efq\ *- fir taking tbr Latitmde, trttber A*ghi at Sta, exattly divided, ami furnij&d txitbGlafftriK��d mm Pmrfeft, giving* true mrndfiagle RtftOien, an mode and fild bjJtmaibmmSifia, Atatbtmatkal-Imjtnmt*t-&faJktr to bit RatalUigbrntfi tbt Prime efWaJttf at the Crnner\ef Bxatfi^Bidldugi, amd Je/Hfb Jatkjom, Mathematical-Imjinmtnt-Makrr, im Amtl-Qmrt by Surry-Strat im tbe Strand, and byJebmGHbtrt, Matbtmmtital-J*firumekt-Illattrt imPajtern-RowanTawr-HM. ^tie Dt/tri/tien eftbe Jaid Qnadranti,  �'. llutbaoci, Mr. Knttv � Clown, Mr. Peokcitai�o , VconiiQ. Mr. Vlctliciili, i(l LcaSntr, Mr. Hiraf ; 74 Looiot^r, Ut. T-�fb*t*rY��*a*a* Wife, M'�- 111 mitlon . Ill Ljcdjixi'* W'itc, I'.n, WoJdmard; li t-ooax^cr'i Witr, Milt Saodbaai; ot itx hitpbt:*. Mr Hu!ci< ; Gt,*tlcaun, Mi. Hubio, Mr. Jc-.ki�s and Mr. M i Hcb Ui'inu, Mr N'.�-rit; F.|r \Voqua; Mr- Mo^Ufti Voiift, w. Hat** ac4 Mr. Arret. i:�>in-*'oai�i>, Mr. tic II. vkiib nc� MuCck (aapot'4 bf Mr. Sce4o. Bsxti and BaJiZMiti en lie Stag* �#.   B**ti 41.   Pit tl- 6 J. Gillltll 1 i.  L d. N r-   No!cf>fL*n :h: :u.! flics mui be r�ken dt>ri:.K the Time of (he Per*V>rtsaeu.   Aj-J iu prcrett Vb�tu'lH^*, <-0 rtiij^ �ti�ic�cr cu be *4mv-ll� brl:i-j fKc :tc-rt. To begin exactly at Si* o'Clock. No Moocy tn be ic.ur^'j after the Cu un?*r./ ��,;: e-K.tieae i-� Aft e�ert n�� except Sj-or4  LOST on Sunday, about 4 o*CJocic in the AtlC'cu.ii, :.eHci n;r. MlUua'k MCitiog ttojule mmi t*Ac-mirt-H ith-Ai,> iq ti^>;ix.ii'� 1-cJi.   li-�fcr will bring the tunc m i-'t. h, �t ( * U�u onA.   * A^eOhere but once. �  , By tbe Compart? of Cmedia*it G*TdeA� ^yT**Wk* 'he ai of October, *tU bs ftdnm a Tt�� "tSc"* Albion Queens* o a,      �, fbe Death of Maky Sfyee* of Scotland* - c^ern Man, Mr*, lioetmv beiw the 94 tto* of hrr anMatitf �ft that St��e th*. Date of t��fv>�k4 Mt. K��n; DatUb*. m, M^Htl* ant M�t*�, Reachf of Seatl�*\ Mr. tatevattri C�tM� Mn\R�* ksrts; I>*ll*i\ MiJtNorrt \ Qvttn Eiit�WthrM�� Haltaai, -    A^-    T� whKh will be aAM, +    < The   NECROMANCER* o a . Haritojatw Dr. FJUS 7US. 4  1llU. Mt�. Tharrnaad ; Z�r�, air*. KotUr. TO which win be tiled a tull�d Htt�\ eaU'4     _: FLO   R   A* o a, II O B   in   the   W* 1.1, Alta'd Jhm lb* Ctmntry. Unit, nirtWre by tk hit Mr, UocuiT. , ^ Hob, Mr. Utorrra i Hob's Father, Mr. Harper j ttobH Moth�� ' alts.Prkc!,�ni; fUta, Mr*.C*mkH V SirIho.fVlry. Mr.tbMMMl� fritodly, Mr.s�iway ; Ukk. Mr.Tuibuit Berry* Mrs. a1u't�|el>� Plau� to be taker) at tbe Widow Cook's In the Vlaybtuf* Paitfisv^ To bi)tin eitftlr at Six o'Ctutk. .   .        }Ws 8yk4emljjtBftCenm�4,m�rerfHitt* beaXmiMtdbimjni the |Cias>J By Command of her RQlfAL high1 the Princefs,of Ok a not. Far tbt Entertainment //TOMO CHACHl,   M*U "or King ef tbe Indian! �f Yatnatranu, SBNAUKI Ml $�tn. Prince JOHN TOOANAHOWJ, andtbertjn �f tb* Indians, bring tbt laft Wtii of tbtir Stay in LmJm,   r For tbe Benefit of a Family that has fuftaju'd great LojTes by Fire, "* AT the Theatre Royal in Llncoln*�-kn� A Fktd*. this Daft bcinK the Kl of Oftober, wW he pfeAnMal i, PlaT.calW . ~ DON QUIXOTE m.Enolano; ..J- In which are iairorfnc'd two Scenes, reprinting Dm Qpiaote al Oidiiate rorXicmber of rartiatneer, wbicft coBtafathe Hatnonrtif MS�or� and Ci'rpjMIWO*. IFritttm by tbe Anther of tbt Mtsaa. Don Quisoce, Mr. Robenit Sancbo Paacha, Mr.MalUrtt 'I Badfcr, Mr. Uargaa i Pairlote, Mr.Alton i Major, Mr.tact} jaftri alias Lord IUm|, Mr. Beucrotr t Dorothea, Mri, Maljaitv JciiaeL oc Dukioe* DefToboib, Mrs. Steal J Mrs. Oesale, Mrs, 1|SfMMf < looes, bo. MifsSaeak, MiftJoMt, bw,. To whkh will N a*U g� OSTft I  o�a ta �Si� Ki gd^en. abanisnce ol        y aod ticoi'r daiiljre^., f>(ii 110IVc litem*-.--------- -------bT By   Firtuofos  or  ttbtr  Ptrfimt,   Levir* ef Curiofit,,   at- To be srrisfr tr  nbtr  Ptrfoni,   Levtn   ef Mr. N t w MAN*/, at tie George in Eajl-Smjlt the Denver, lUtljut l-o/i of Time, A FISH, lately taken (being fouT Foot long r^V and li�c ftmt \noid) beiwerti the Hupe n�d CUnttUri, U)p* poi'd to be drv�a by Strcli^�F iMnlier cur bf the Sc4, that fu* � �i*aJ like a ta f, a Nt4e �oJ Mourft not ruuch unlike tlOTD, ~ a Bull.*k. � Dick tike a Jio�r, with flj'irtJttili**! ttait^ll o t*k�- _________________   .   _ ..   ... yWT fcjr {.is, ft* l�j>V. aod r�kw��iull)' utUw^d alt met Wm Vk� MsrWej-hit fAif lhtti> like hit U*ctf, *(ih ^it Tail IMnfp*��jir, alfu ICalfcp'4 li�e iCj'oii:!. acd trtotilully tolour'J with red ipatt iaHpuMti:^ �oJ  gleet tiMoy uirxr CuiioA-.Kf more to hcTes ItHtim rbai.< can be i.err oKn'i'Mi'd, wonblr eeerf rerW�'Ofcft��a�ioe, j^l -wtiich U'a ttopd aitl |i�c an entire S 4. trow|[to ibaMota* ti-6 tilt 6 Mt t*i, h\ each F�tfc� M&ffd- a* bti dnurf J* (l:,fwiril>r Cocoplesiwii^i Utile twrh d wefi ihc ^ni row). Hair, flat fwxti, bf OuopatiooaCaUiar* wirli � little Cut la hit uaderiii<; || t ~ wt.ht) i& u�)t I'fwm ibe Dote i�icof, whiictei takea *odj fecaroa tbe (aid Jafl� - 1_____-..... Word tu Mijri.arJGucrio, kli}* A|seo< color bo*�ls*ifUfinKoj, in ; a�:t.botic.|�ua; near Sjb�  UUOpattoaaa^MBsr* ' ; |i ts wdl reiurn to hi* Cuwyaf ,. Mcof. fx ftaU be oardou'41 il ae�, I JaOMi �ikVutak'd. N B. No (tca'.cr Kew^iii wi.l btutfei'd. ; JJ"trti;}nienti itt tin Tap'r cf a tvoJtraie Length are taken in at Tu* SbUlingt ead\   

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