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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 26, 1834, London, Middlesex                                crc Oft It ft Mr r-,a      ' - 1 |E M AI , Leopard, tlardjr, fer Ltfc-horn; Prince W iiliam, Burchall, lor Africa { Hafwtll, Brooks, ferCxdiz. Wind N. W. LONDON. Sir Robert W alpok being indilpos'd at Cbcl%a, was at neither 01 the Entertainments given on Thttriday lau by the Imperial and Spanith Arnbaflkdora, at their Houfc in Hanover-fquare and Or-gt^iteetf oaoccafion of the Name-Day of the prcferit Em-r^ior Charles, and of Don Chatles Infant of Spain, Duke, bag, ttc His Grace the Duke of Newcaflle was likewife Their Excellencies Count Rinflti and Count Montijo en-Answt'd W fie with each other in the Splendor of their Ta-tfa: Upon that of the latter waramafiy Surtout of Silver of gna&e Wakrnanfliip * the Dinner confided in 22 Covers jlSwefcT'd op, and an elegant Deft it .His Excellency Count bad the like Number of Dilhes, and in fliott, the tSUt Seafeas were lound prefent at each ot their Tables : But 'twas itmrk'd as to their Wines, that the French Claret was not ^tS-retiffi'd in Hanover-fquare, and that your Italian Wines I*) tfcemoft Flavour in Ormond-itreet. Lift Thursday his Majelly in^Council was pleas'd to order a f|KJsnation to be iffu'd, requiring all Seamen belonging to hb Hxjeoys Ships of War, to return o;i board their refpective Ships, ca or before the 24th of November next, on Pain of Death. The Lords Cornmiffioners of the Admiralty have been plrat'd to order the eleven following of his Majelly's Ships to �ter in Plymouth Harbour, viz. the Princeis Amelia, Capt. RsjHHK and the Norfolk, Cafi. Charlton, 3d Rates of 80 Gobs; Buckingham, Capt. Brown, "Burford, Capt. Vanbrugh, Ham peon-Court. Capt. Mighels, Orlord, Capt. Mann, and Exeter, Cape. Yoe, 3d Rates ot 70 Guns ; Swallow, Capt. Gram, Warwick. > Capt. Brook, York, Capt. Williams, and JJchnrfd, Sir Yelvcrton Peyton, 4th Rates of 60 Uuiu: And they will accordingly leave Spithead in a tew Days. *Tis daily expected that the Admiral Ships Will be likewiie cder'd into Harbour. We hear, that a Squadron of fmall Ships will cruize near Fordmatb all the Winter, and that Provifion is made for Iwiqg the grand Fleet at Sea again early in the Spring, in cAnuWl fx ncceflkry. The Fleet in the Channel this Summer, under the Command of Admiral Norris, conGtlrd of 1 Ship of 100 Guns, 2 of 99, 6 of 80, 14 of 70, to of 60, 3 of 50, 4 of 40, 4 ol 10, j Firdbtps, befides Sloops, Tenders, &c. to the amount of 50 Sail and upwards. _____     ] On Taetlay next 1 Colonel's Guard is ordex'd to mount at St James's. Aad the lame Day a double Guard is order'd to mount at Ae fjorfc Guards at Whitehall, under the Command of an Exempt,>�riga�*r*ntfaSii5 Brigadier. Tins "Day fcveral Perfons will embark on board the Prince Frederick, Capt. Dunbar, in order to fettle in the new Colony at�hi. 'mutes Ycfirrd.y Bank Stock M*  half. � ttoo N�w. .""fcrCent 107 was 135 1 4th, a 4 1 half, a 5, a 40, a 1 hall,   bcuth &-a 1'nuiing Stock Old Annuiue* 104 1 .jth, for the Open-Anauiues 1C3 1 half. 323 4tiis, a 3. AsAuiry gz 1 lialf, a 3 41 h�.   Million Bank AJrioMj �o. York" Buildings 4.* Royal A(furanc� 96 *~� 7- London AflTtuaoce u, without the Dividend Brail 1^ '-"tulaika zl. es. a ^ Od frem. Soutb-bca        � l J�� C.�. ftw�. t  Jtotwry-pfficc, 13 OSt. 1734. TWE Mcnagin for exchanging Ttcktti for Cer- /Miajtier* hUt� t'-nal!Numbtr �f Ttckttt *vtln*zbtinnhr tuttrJ fir CtrtihaH-H g'l* AVrVf, fbtt tin �rnS nttt*J IVtAmfdaj iht bib Day tf K*vtm&tr �txt, m*i t kcr, at hal> a Oumes e�J�. C�lle�r By lis Maj I stvV CmmmawJ, No reifju* whatever to be admitted bthwd the Scenes. 7i hgin *t Six t'CLck. The Silver Tickets ill bedclivct'd ro the SubftriM*. ptvinf th^r SablcriptiMi at the Office \n the lUy-Mafket. this Day the iin. Moiday the aSih. and TaeQey the ayrh of oaohcr. : By the Company of Comedians% AT the New Theatre in GdodmanVFields, _ on Monday neat, being the aSthof OAubcr. be prcttntoi � Comedy, eall'd -~ The  CONSTANT  COUPLE: A Trip to the Jub'tUt, To which will beaddeit in Emcrtiimn-ot of D�ntiof in Graeeq-K CheriAcri. never pertirm'd here before, caffd The    N E C R O M A N C E R : on Harleojiin Dr. FAUS  and Leander, perform'd by Mr. Muktr. Mr*. Cham**:*, Mils Jones and 01 her*; firlt Fory, Mr. tlaogbtoo . lorie.. t;.. Tcock, M01.I. Valloil. Mr. Saodham and Mr Uelagardc t tlafmakcii. llr Woodward and Mr*. Valtoi*, Mr.Bardiu and Mr*. l>wc. Mi. repttam and Mi s Ccmrd, Mr. Itiud add Mitt SioHl.atn, Daw*, itprdcoirtT in theCbaraftcn of Wantaltion, Meiieim, acaramcathaod * ic��*. Mr. Tenth and M>i. Woudward, Mont". v^Iom aad Mr*. tu^ Saodbam, Mr. Taylor sad MM>clj�arde; Pooch, Mr-. Tophamy f. till MsbJo? By the Comfanyrf Comedians* AT the Theatre Roy^il in Covenc-Garden, ^ this Day, tcing (lie 2 c Tratedf ft' OTHELLO, Moor of Venice. If'ritten b% Shakesfiar. Odicl'o, Mr. Stevens, bein|t the jib liroeol buappearL-( 00 an* Stage ; l^o, Mr. Ryan ; CalDo, Mr Walker; Rodcrtgo, Mr. Chapman ; DeMemaoa, Mr* Buthanini Etnilij, tin. Mdllarc. ro whicli      he aide! a Farce, caii'd The  MOCK   DOCTO o a. The Dumb Lady Curd, Mode DoAnr, Mr. Hippidey ; Leander, Mr.StoppciKr Mr. Morgan   Kobcri, Mr. tiaiiaro ; Jaroc�, Mr. Mul.j.i� Hi.inut, L)jvy, Mr. Jame�; Or. Kcllsbjre, Mr. rU>bcrt>; Utiat, Mlf�No'f�i Cli�rl . Ogiieo, Mil* Baihutr ^'^h^flrwrt' Mili Norli, par>Kularly the Nair.u, Mif* Ru(ie.i� TaatUwricc, Mr. Lelin's U�pce, cull'd The Kichaiood NU|tg�. To begin exaillj at Six 0' Cls> i Not A(SteS this Sea fori. By His Majefty's Company of Comedians, A T  the Theatre Royal in Drury - Lane, this Day, being thc2d(b ol'OClnbcr, will be re*if X&k and LancaUcr 1 wiib many other nilt.riia. f-ifl�gc� King Richard. Mr. CJu o ; Kii^ Henry VI,JHi^AI�.**�'i; Ooke tf Buck tghain, Mr Mill�i Ea>l of Ridimond, Mr: Cibber; rjjacenfcj-nbcih, Mh. Ti.urrnund. Lady An*, M-�. Mcfoo J Vixflxliot �� b, Mi>. Builcr ; Kin); bdward V. Mil* Hrcn , the li�ic Duke ut Votk. Mif Cole , Uuke 01 Narlulk, Mr. Bcftuo ; tort Static). Mi. Beny ; Licuienant. ot .tiiC Ttiwcf, Mr. W�.||,�e ; Trtil.li. M< <-rol'. ; Ltj�4 Mayor, ^'r. Harper , C*("by. M<.Oa'ei; H�.U tfc. \;r He�itt. With ftltil Piecci of Mufuk, ami Eattrtaixmtuti / Daetiig. fmrticuLuij Bndot AA III. La Foltettc U'clt ttat.icc by Mr. Ni�c1jo aod MO* Mann. End if A A IV. The OrgnkcAi'csUat by Uaat Le Boo. loi ot ihe PUy, A Grand Ballad, cah'd Le* Urgti�f, by M�. fell a. and Mn. Walter. Mi. Vuleocufe, Mr. relief Mr. UaiCL^ari. Mr a. yelling, Mill N ann anj Mil* Brett. Tu wn.tli will be a da.-J a Grotrlii et>,uuicc. a..r. Uen> ; Moi.f 1' udie, Mr. fcitt ; JottCc Muamu�, Mr. *wtt�r*, Midam Oct y. Mi. Tmbuti , Coullablc, M�. Joota , BiieW-ei.-Kccper, Mi. U.Turbuci i Ftxrcr, Mr. Hallam; Jec�|, Mia. D,>if-^i| bel� Br nd. 'd Mil* Man*; the rro��l�Mr. l>*�**-poil and Mi*, {lei'ing ; Picrot, Mr. fwltloaj . rBfish, J^-aO * Mcicltn, M""1- ^i'Wienle. Wiih proper Scene* Mathioc*. aodoihar Decariiioeo. To prtv.nl j�y Obflr�a>- in tb* TnJot+�ntt% - ttejon ism it si- milled bekind i�#�Vtw�, Boxes it.  Pit }�. FbftGaOeyy is. UpfWr QmJktf is. i^fXt.nf^Mtiif'Uch, R Sir Jalper, Mairj. *lr. By tbc~Ccmpi*y tf French Ccmfutnt arrto*d> ,       . fy \ .   f AT the New Theatre in the Hay-Mfcrket, a tbi, Vt; boat the t�th lallsni, U phd ..   *,  - i/embarras des r!crtES$E$i ; T� wtieh <�i|i-ba added.    ^ 1 ' HARLECH FN H U LJM.     i . With JtK *&i% * N.ft. The irfut d HuLejoia ro he pertunsfd M Mif, L ptacr* toe the Mae* may be taken at Mr. Fnboort*** Ra|>o*e-S     �t the laid Thtatt*. �      '   ^�j�>m be ra�*d wnh theft Arm* oo ib^�iu*IUna> dre�%Crof> itH Wbca>Sa %i;�er �p9d*t, the otm msit'd with J- *- tb* ottanf |j�f.ji , a Vet 01 Siher Tea SjMoau, with Toii$s and StraksCT |'� SB� enblHrd tw.-rdi a *h***4 Oo4 Watch, iba Maker's HafM rftjrtk n.x in, �ith� PMchtwch Chaia atd twoOo!4�Stait, tht karthr 05 e^�ia, d ia aOrrehaa with �h- faias Arms and lift ftntltoo* fHtJI �he CieO a*^ ijifi, a Metal Watch, with ih* PtaHrtat* to-�t'�V � nh ui a M*^kc Ht->d; a Pan- ol Silver t�pp*4 yiotjft-riODla �Kh* tW� Facr; a PairsileerScuo'iro,either with atoir'atiliJaMayaiX or elftoa vta'i , a China Tei-ewt with Salter Jpvut i KMMI t u Woosea fijoret; a vrlm WaHHoat aaal �llWWw wirb (ih funnm ; a ra i of Vclrct Brcechrt with Gold lattomsi a fecnih whiic S U WuUt>at. richly emb-ovjeid wlrnOoliand tt�|~ 1 t> x.-a a�d a  kali -�* Shirts, Rtolt �f tbrta msthVI *llh �a - In  Ta� cl SAerrt-, l^rcwdoi.% HJI ly of |h� RcbelUrw) l tk* fttdtt tOdkaa ot � r Ltiiefhi; frteai lhail ilii.k pruper, *nu a iwo 1 airvt ttvtkmgi, *nfl HrtJ-ClJ*lhi, OW��*, paot� ard K'c*.  *rt Tbtr**. wbucter will g;tc Smiu ol tut raid Goods) ;o.fct tixnc Mr Ciljci. {ball tait fire t-B'.*ea�Re�,*i�', ataj iaPro> t>��� tcr an> p.� it rftiM 10 be pi*u"d or told, ptaf ttop iita�, Aad foe      b- irwai Jed an. all Cuu&  1 ! � Paper Nm. ikj up ia an IfidiaCortoa HaaAct&ar* -wtw�cr wia fcrw�,�t to Mt. 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