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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 25, 1834, London, Middlesex                                Jfca/, cs*fe&r 23. IS Majefly's Ship the Pembroke, Oxford, and Defiance, fail'd laft NigM. Remain?, Leopard, Hardy, for Leghorn. Came down and remain. Prince William, Brmfball, Tor  Africa . llafwatl, Brooks for St. Lu-car. Wind N. W. b> W. LONDON. 11| Vefter day there was a G rneral Couh fjIdJat Keofiogum, upon Affairs of great Importance. Yeftrrdsy being the Fcilnal of St. Charles Borcmeo, whole v^the Einpaor bean, hi* Excellency Count Kinlki, the laBPerial Ambal&dor, gave a grand Entertainment at hisHoufe j^iwmt fijuare, to his Grace the Duke of Grafton, Lord jjinsggtoo, one of his Majefly's principal Secretaries of Slate, tkeEarlof Tankerville, Matter of the Buck-hound', Lord BaJrjjnore, Lord of the Bedchamber to the Prince of Waif?. Sit Faal Methuen,, Sir Charles Wager, Baron Sfurr, the Svyc-tikEMW* Baron Stark, Minifter of the Duke ul Iiollkin, fo^eeof Caattmer, the Ruffian Arnbaflador, Mynheer Hopp, lit Ddtch Envoy, Baron Hartop, Mtnrftcrof State for llanno m.BarOBdeBork. the Pniffian Envoy, Mr. John, theDanifli iiorin�J^�,jhej�ej^ Mr deThom Pfeip Ay, OctobH ii, 1^4. Ewoy.Sign �noy* from Saxe^Gotha, and feveral� ^^^ttto&foflSu tasfbon-            ' Aid the nunc being likewife the Name-Day of Don-Carlos, h^ot of Spain, Poiteflbr of the Crown of Naples, ice hit fttrBeacy the Spanrfh Arnbaflador gave a fplf ndrd Entertain- ha� in Honour of that Prince, to the Earl of Selkirk, Lord IfuStBalcbaaibertotheKing, the Earl of Pomfret, Mailer of rkHorfe to her Majesty, the Lord Harvey, Vtcc-Chambcr-bca to tha King, the Hon. Mr. Cook, Vice-Chamberlain to tkQaten, the Marqub de Chavrgni, the French Minilkr, tbt Chevalier �TOflbrso, theSardimao Envoy. Sigrtfor Pouei, Ifrjfcr frca Tdclny, together with; feveral other Peribru of (Why and Duimclion. Yrjerday his Excellency the Count de Montijo, made a frefcat of a large Cbetl of bpanilh Chocolate to the Right Hon. UrbsttHarrington. Ha Grace the Duke of Deronfture is gone to Newmarket, aybe prefcot at the Horlr- Races. Ydterday the Right Hon the Lord ViTcoant Duncannon, Son to the Earl ol Snelbourne, with his new marry \i Lady the Lady VifcounR& Dowager Tullaroorc, arrived hero from Irebad. , LatTorlday died fuddenly at his Houfe in Kenfington, as k was in DUcourte with a Son of the Right Hon. the Lord LyM, George Moontinc, Efq; Page ot the Back-Stain to ton* Mary, and afterwards Page of the Pretence to King WJliam. Ycttnday died at her Hoafc near Grofvenor-Squarc, in an sdwK'd Afee, the Lady lrb|� Mother to Su William lrby, But Equerry to his Royal nighncfi the Prince of Wales. He* Lsjdy&ip was Niece to the barl of L'xbridge. Oi Moatkf h& died, f�dc 4^d Year of her Age, Mrs. Itfit Grafvenor. Wife ta Sherington Grolvrnor, ot Holt to lltCbacty of Warwick, Eftp and elded Daughter to the late Sir Kqbtrt Auften, cf Hall-Place in the County of Kent, Bn. asd Sifter to the prefent Sir Robert Auften, Bart. Mem btrinihelaA Parliament for the Port of Romney in Kent, YeScrday Morning died at Sir Gcrrard Conyeis'* in Aullin-Frpn. aged 79, Barringtan Eaton. Efq; an eminent Turky-UmAant, andoneof the Directors of tfte Bank of England i �3 nkarc died worth 1000001. /A fear Days finoc was roarried at Chrlfea-Church, �� �� � waefcid, Efip to Mils Dorothy Williamlbn, Daughter of Sr WiUiant Williamson, of Monkwerctnouth in the Bifhoprick of Durham, Bart, an agreeable young Lady with a good Forbjaa. -Jfeflerday a String of twelve Horfes of an exquiftte Beauty, eat rj&roogh this City, in order to be (hipp'd off for the life of the King of France. Yelnviay the Shcrifis waited oa the Lord Archbifhpp of Csfloabary, the Lord Chanorllor, and others of his Maj lly's snlHoaoarable Privy-Council, to invite them to Dine with Btftaht Hon. the Lord Mayor Elect on I'udday next at GuidbaU. Tie Right Hon. the Earl of Derby was on Friday laft wefca Mayor of Liverpool._ . Yctctrlay the Court of Directors of the Bank of England ***e pleated to add Mr. Lades and Mr. Kenton to their other W;Tdkr�. Sestral of the nsoft cnnfiderable Norwich-Factors have been |)^ totxrefl with their FucnJi, that in Ca(e of a keg Uoonung the Crapes of that City may be prefcrr'd by thrtadks. Ydnday two FrlTotvi were committed to Nevvgate^by Sir Htckttd Broca5, for ukiuT a Boat iroar : They were detefujd near Fifitmongert Hall qn Wed **> Njghr, after ihry had unloaded a-gieat pair of tin anicoovcy'd tlxm to the Minories. V�looay Bank Stock was 136. 13$ a 1 41I1. Inda 1^2 1 141 1 hall, a z4 South Sta 1 rodiog ^tock 7 ) 1 half, 79. 79 � 4*h- Okl Annuttscs 105 1 4th. 104 1 half, a J4�s, (or the Optung. Diuo New Ar.nuitics 104 1 half, l0J I half. Three p�r Cent. Annuity 93 1 hall, 93 a lliilion iUok 107 African zo i01k Building 4. ff~^fra�  zl iOi. 331. I'rem �WSnj Bonds 31. 54. z\ its. a 17-. 1'rem. liuiia diito C 3*- Prrin. 1 lircc per Cent umo il 15s. iI. ioj. �^ Eagldh Copow^il. .,. Wciib Oiuo Boolu lliut. Talks, 3 4tl� per Lew Picm. Cullotn 1 loulc, London, 23 Oct. 17J4. 1 Onjrrof ^ Honourable Cornniiflioncrs ot f\ V r H" M^V* Cultoms, tic. H�h  J[5tt* '* U"        t"c. 'v/.jV /, Salt Fite Vr- / wrirmmn, grvt i>�rcr, V f�ar trry �uitf  9 Trtitrt. ami ttsi thy  faR*. csU'4 A  R T A"X E It S E S. Ht a'�d Boiti to he put together, *nd no rtifoo* to bt adrnitfeJ wili-ur Tii I. on. which u ill be dcllm'd on TucDa* ncit, st the OiBic in vlic HiT-\1�TWet. at hall * Ouinei each.  Csflety �V By Us Majejty'i Command, ___________ No rc'llms wl'arevcr to be idintcd behind the Scenes. To btgtn  theijS'^and Tucfday tlid i^ih of Oaober.____ By the Company- of Cqmediahs% AT the New Theatre in GoddnnnVFields, on Mo djy ucrt, being the aSihof Oftuber. will be pretexted TTOWuJy. v�"'d The  CONSTANT  COUPLE: or, A Trip to Ibe Jubilee. To which *ill be added nn Emertainnt'iir ut 0>r>cin| in Gtotaii)>K Ch�raflfn, nefcrpcrf 'itn'd here befi re, tallM The    NECROMANCER: or' Ha r lb qji in Dr. FAUS 7 U S. t'arlrquio, M>. LUN, ju�. Puclot's Man, Mr. reokeihm>u; Miller, Monf. valioi� i VilUf" Wi'e, Mrs W�k<4ward i Miller* Man, Mr Kiy i Good andEvilCeniu., an Internal Spirit, Charoo; ibJt_Sn(tdc iero(, Mr. Tench and M�, Waod*>atd, Moo), Vsllv'is and Mr*. Boilock. Mr. Sandham and MirtSaodbam, Mr. Tajrkr and Xi>. Delifiardei Pubcb. Mr. Topham ; the ieli of the rant by the Cemeruna. With newSceoeK MacMneH Flylogs and other Detneatnot. Btxti'ani/Bailoutsm tbtStttgt 5*.  Btxti 4*. Pit is. 6 J. Gallttj \t. td. n. R. No 'eft il.an tht full Trice wilt be taken during the Time of che Performance. And topievcnt Obstruction*, no feiCxi whatever can bo admil red behind the Scenes, No Mo'iey co be returo'd after the Oirtaio i  ; Rikchell, Mr. Chapman. To which will be added an Entertainment of D�ocing in Crote'�i'ie CharaAcrs, citlrd The   N E C R O M A N C E R : Harle q_u in Dr. F4US TUS. Hir'.rtjuin, Mr LUN ; ihe Giiodand Bed Oeoi'ii, ao lolcrnalSpiri-', Charu", the Shadei ur iiclen. Hero, and Leander, perfainrd by M>. I.evcridtc, Mr. Stpppelaer, Mid Norfi, and other* ; ibe Kid fury by Mr Lally , Dxmont, rcprettnud ia the Character* o�'Mixtr ierot, Mrzzettn, and Scaramouch, bt Mr. te Sac and MttrBall o.Mr. Duke ao.i Mr. D�l�H�rde, Mr, Obiter and Mif� Roger*, Mr. UupiC aa.t Mr*. Ojdea 1 I'uiish. Mr. tkltH;, I) O'l!** MaQi.M.r, HtWlDsf a aud ail the other l'aru to be perlofm'd by the Comedian*. Jtoxes s s.  Pit 3 3.   Gallery t�. Upper Gallery 1 s. ATlhc Defire ot feveral Pcrfons of Quality. By I/ts Majejly's Companyjf Comedians* A T  the Theatre Royal in Drury - Lane,' ihu-ilay, teibs the 2jth ol 0 Wi.Cib*e�j In^ijt.j, Mr*. Herou ' fhilli* Mr,. CU*c^ Myrrtc, U%W. Miiu ; SeaUod, Mr. Mil ward ', Humphrey. Mr. aheppard . JJaael, T. M.tU� Ari.c , Cnnbeiion. Mr (iriffiii t-uuads, MiUi.ullidaji; Mr*. Sc*i*J, Mi t. Shircbu'n ; H'.bclh, Mr*. l*rltchard. With feltd Pitcts of Mujick, and Entertainments of $s*&i*g and Dancing, particularly In Act II �V*� evit H>m,b li{t Ko)*m*�d       fuog by Mr* C.bJW. kiad ot Act IV. A Gr*nd Bahad, cal'u Lei Ucgerict. by Mr. tti a tod M�. Walter. Mr. viilcarulie, Kit. le liug Ur. neurit. 4:�� fclli.ifc, Mifi Mann and Mih) Brett. To which will 00 addc J a Ornefque P*nt, raiuie knte tai'tnro-, butt , CoiilUblc, Mr. J �ea , BuJcwei. Keeper. Mi. B.Turhutt , fo'trr, Mr. lUllaas-, Jcoy, Mi a, Datccpjc ; )tcf. Bfid. , Mr, Lei(!h -, Pjtopey, Vlarcey; Juitite*. ate. (rj>. Mr. flafot and Mr. bite-, Ladiei ol fle*fuer. Mo. Pructu.j, mi*. Panccy and Mr�. Uavenporc   Beadles, Mr. w�itt', Mr. teplir, s-i. { Grey and o'her* ; Lc* Capricieus, Mr- tttt and Mil. Wal-cr , tr.c Hull'ir*, Mr. TbuiiDood and Mil* Maim', ibe fin^aliau-, Mr. ta�o-P'it and M'j.litiiog , Pierot, Mr. ttlioe, t'luiU', MuoL J^ao, McKlui, M'xd. v � Icucu.'c. With proper Scene*, Muhiae*. and other Dcotfitiooa. Til prevent any QbfirnOion in tbt Performance, no rVr/ea cm it aJ-aiirtcd hibind lb* Scents, Duxes j j.  Pit 39.  J-'trlt Gallery as. Upper Gallery u lu bceiu caiwlly �l Su u'Ckxk. Hifr> Water at Lrndtwa^tridp this Day. n 49 UlmtA Bftct 8 in tic Mocniag; and t� aftet 9 at Night.        -ff^t By tbt Comv&ty ef Frexcb Cemtdians /atf�^ f      saw* *� *w# � -� �,-^" AT the New Theatre in the I lay-Market. ^foajorrow, berafihe aa:h l,t�nt. wtj btf�ele�tc4 1 Tus|i1Tf . bcrsa L'EMBARRAS des RICH ESSES, T� �Mch *il h �M*4 *��\h* Comedy. calM //,/R L E^UIN HULL A. It*j>- yr-.v.i/ E*rrfa; t*Td tj Mr. ftVnNCI �� b*�n earned**. J Kkh for r.-t Pcvr, will be taira at Mr. F�ib�4r|'�� MCethaJSt �f Rtppcc-S**�<*. %t (Kcfaid rbr�rte kNCIsCtyst1 3* Pit To bfgia eTcacUjr at Sit o'clock 21. 7� Fcr    C  A   L  A   I   S, K a t ii c  r  i n  b     Sloop, John Clartbut,  ALifter,   ^ ~AILS on Monday next; S "�* H^Jf �* loan-r.Wharf io taJta M i a *tth W'ajlrt a� |s> c-�Bj� Tio>�, � ike Are) Lyon I* SwitluV**  l->, ar4 arret at Mkhatl ftaaefsat tbt Tyfay t Tower- Uotlt, or ......        � John Twytnaa fir tit htttjttr,   : For   ROTTER DA 7fa   M a R v   Sloop, Hen'y I I^Unpr, Cemmindtr, SAILS oa \Ytxltrefday next, ttoey lftrf ( St. K*-&ersM*� to. tain �.: f>>o *     ra�.�|rt*t and may ba l>Bfa �itki on tlx Dn^i� �*S at tw^mmm TisM |.tk>Aaw�, t^eiamCcarotb'tiA of at 1st *& lyoa'Mi ' Vssx. b>n!>vaSwitU(�s>alsty Mar tfwkUy�l�(: Chatsfe ; at Mickaat fil*4H at (Ul TtlM lam TV�er-ikvk 3 and at Tbassnj CwUraa*!, (lats> iLks?} a*Coiii��HCUreei�oai� smt it. kith* John Twyman for tbe Mttjter.  Malice ot ike i Stair*; oe A COURSE of Mechanical and Experimental PHILOSOPHY, ^ Will btpm em Afas/uy i'?t       of Ktvetnhtr, kt Six in thf &%tmh*i, at tbt Academy ixTww-flttttt     ' , *>b*tai eoay be ok'ol (.truth as ate acqaaiatfd) Uaii>cMii^v^B*.K>u ke sVhc pai..tu^-ily s> ru ibofc uhoars) b 6 Tti> * by F.aperrsMstts, wh�ch have t��a fapad out Of I Rc4f�v�, �{Mcai may be aleul t.� tutvh as ate aca>aitV(4 ^__,s3aiactivJb|B*�*U kem-nepau ; it being �i>� �'   scar St. jraad**. aaj Mr. a�ahm'� and Mr. >fmuuV, Banbae:'***, b CucsAiS. To be  SEEN* fbis Day and for tbt frtnrr, btttueem tbt //earn if Ism ovU Ei-gttfP-twr Fiw SfflEwgiJ iw Itueftu tuidt jfnaret em tbt Emft-fid*,*t V/f R. CHO VET's. Surgeon, hU new Fi- JLvJl tare a* Aaatoasy (with litecial Lii.p��>�cbc k!^oJ it ataiie eifi^fe itW<,!*( v�in* aad arteries : The Cirotixtu 1* atsb scca eros* ibe ^other   the Child, and Irons ibaUuU ro ihesewbc*-* with che OUaUtk and dtaUaUcli Motion of the Ilea::, e/od the *Q*o* of cba Lorajji. ATI wh>ch Paiticula", ro-fe-bce with several other JYes�*rat�w, will be ifcswa aad clcarlf ex?tuiU � kV^a!h *>r trtxcfc, by Mr.Crtovet liimleli. fiocc, A Oeatkeronaaa pruerely cyaaidy'd mi I attend the ladies. . WHEREAS on the 2lit Intrant? between ticllM!l J Two a* che Attcrsuon Bad Tvclve at Nsjhf, the Catralot ar j^te tisrtao, Elsji �>.*� Otae to ibe old Ciowit Ot&c >aI tac aaocs-feasi;^, vers broke �pc% �.   , two larff Slivn O^dMiak* dSelc Ajou � Itutn. tie. a Sc. Aa* di�r�VCr4"-. �'" Wiet'lkeA aed Sni � >t^e H'ij. �ud � Boar** tie*J far ice C ttt; two Stirci Tea CassJicra tuatk'd wtth tha latta A>vaa i twit la fe s�.�e� Sp^aaa, li.c ��c oaufc'4 uuk J L. ihe other loearM a Set ol �l*�* Tea S{Uvw*. with T.^t* aod straucr T'a SJ|. verhtud kauri . a Uiaa'd O 4 WauX �ac Maker'* Nartw ilorr* No. %42, w ith a r**J*t�ch Cbai� no4 � Sea*, the lai��r oat csfi�*'d *� aCovacUaa "uh U� (ami Arais and |i>e UBalloue wub tte CicU a* .b^e , a uam\ Waic, wub ifce i>ta>-Pkite coaossl'da wuhMc asi^uuic  e*�u �j Silfcr capj/d i|j>>� I'lltla with a U^Vr"*Ht; a^�w^^vwSMier�,er.tt* will aBoar't McaJeofrav'd, oe el�s oa ytttk . a Chti^a Tf-fn wirfe Ni�tr fp ut. iuu� 1 die Tea-Cuf w"b acca -.* W�xa?a T^ure.; a VcI.cj We.U^oai aod lUecdtM us �>fc tiwtroa* , a r*r of Vri.et sjicxth.'s w�ih Go d Bwiuat,  H*at. white *vi� WaJSc�*:. i*Utl| ucixviat wirh Gold and Silk } a txe r� aad *vs tit'J � �:icr �l etacSx Oti.'.orn wleie ,1 ni*y twhed, tiui: �v��: � re> Otiaraa (U^.t-4/ a-J- v-ei>^��� kU   

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