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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 29, 1834, London, Middlesex ft the Author of-the Daily Advert:fcr. s /, B._'.----------------------------- 11FTY- SIX SalilhutfeKrrs vw. thirty- five~*Mco, fourteen ^'emm and Icvcn Children, being arrivM her from fto�-tcrdatn in tjieir t'aflkge to G HO RG i A * and dedrous to return Almighty Go4 Thanks for their Dtlivcrancv (rem i'o-pifh Periccutior, to the free Exercli'tsof the Go!pel; the Ktgnt Hon-the Lord Al&yor of this City bcir>" acquainted with tfacir Intention of walking in Pro-,t�aa fcxn tne Water-fide to the German Church in Trihity-t__fcil Loriflup order'd Boats to bring them afhore, and the !v*.Mar(Iul ro attendthem with a proper Number of Officers Z&AeQ. then; accordingly they lanicd at 8 o' Clock on tj^isy Morning the 27th Imtant, and proceeded in a grave w�nW manner to the Church, where, alter receiving the Udt Communion, and having heard a molt edifying and A&tk Diicourfc by the Rev. 0r. Guerde?, Miniiter of tie Qarch, adapted to their pre/rut Circumilanccs, which drew Too from their Eyes, and thofe �f the whoic Auditory, they ^iferwardsentertain'd at Dinner in a decent manner, at j^E-pice of the German Congregation, being attended by atnafof the Hen. Trujiets fcr the Colony of Gif�ia, and alfo frrojl MembtT5 of the Sccufj far prsmitizg Cbiijlisi Kkckv- *The Inflowing Bcocfaclions were diHrihutCQ* to them : id$ Florins Irom the Evangclick Body at Ratilbon. jc 1. as a Prefent from the Society far promoting Christian Knowledge, out of the Collections made lor them. 471. collected at the Sermon in tae German Church afonrfaid. /ifttr TJinn-r they fung a Hymn, and rrpai�*d again to Ctech, preceded by the Gentlemen aforeiaid, where they lead a graor and excellent Difcourte from the Rev. Mr. Iiu-bmtr. cue of his Majefty's German Chaplains ; after which tfeey fctarn'd a Ship-board. Through the whole Day they were attended by Numbers of feapkof different Ranks and Conditions, who leem'd to ex-p3aTenden�cfs tor the Suflericgs of thefe poor People, who ktre forfaktB all, rather than do Violence to. their Con-Jonas...... H. B. Whereas fcveral Strolcrs, pretending to be Saltfburgb-en, big about the Streets, this is to fatLly the Publidc, that ioK o.' the prcfeor, Sakfburghers have feparated from their Company, or will be permitted to do fo. Pari], November 3, XETTE RS from Italy inlorm us, that our Officer* there wake a-Nigho, and fleep by Day, in order to avoid bo�g catcbV) again napping. Some Letters hint, as if part of tte Militia order'd to Lombardy reltu'd going thither, which ocofioo'd a Commotion, wherein two Officers were kilt'd ; AaJ farther, that another Body of Militia panlng through ftapftinc, qaarreU'd about their ,Lodgiogs, and at length ktpx it out, fo that about Cixiy Men lay dead 00 a tide, They write from Lotnbirdy, that General Wi"i was arriv'd U tie Imperial Camp with 1000 Men, and 'twas thought Cast Kaoigfegg woaUl-iramediately prelVnt him with the firaon, in order to return to his Hace in the Imperial Ccurick Marlhal d'As/cldt is arriv'd at Fomainbleau ftom the Riifle. The Prince and Princeii oi Modena being arriv'd at -Ircas^ the Kiag of France has lent them Word not to come a &farther, bur to Ray there or retire to Avignon. Capua is to be ca the point o! turtcnJcring. their W inr, Salt and OJ bSag all expehdeJ, and Bread let; bat for fifteen Davs- BtaS.^d.zi. Wind VV. N. W. Nuw in .die Downs, HeJiuia, Meadows, for Venice ; St. Q_inun, Pcuit, for StraghtJ; Paradox. Bares, tor Nants; Braganza, Lyon, xa Liibon; Alaremaid, Pearce. from Holland, for Africa; tie Carter, Mehuone, the MorrL�, Malbn, the'Jenny, Oliver, y Cadiz; the Jane, Va'ughan, for Svvanfey i the Mary, K~*k?, the GolJ.n Fleece, ---, for Lxon ; liatley, \&i�t, >-r Li. �. ~c>�-I'ui back. Prince William. Pick, for i;-;. Cj. . r . Ariiv'd, Haapfhire, hue Martin, "trnm V l^niwf'.-; - i joilph, Guna, from Jamaica; , Nifb.t^ LONDON. iia Friday hft died at hi* Seat at Trcgcthan. near Truro in IfccaiH, the Right *Ico Hugh Bofcawc-n, Viiccunt Pal- and Baron Bofcawen-Roie, Recorder of 1 rcgooy and^J Ttr�- He was tormrrly Grecru of the Be J Chamber to his **JT�lHighnefs I'rir.ce Georgc-ofcDenmark, and repreuujted tieCbacty of Cornwall in levcial Parliamtnts. In 1714 he SUjaadcCeatput^-er-of the-Woafliold t� the late Kin^. and * 17W creaicd a Peer: He was likcwifg apjxjiiiiej in that RagB Lord cf the Stanuaryi. one of the privy-Council, Cap *U� of St. MawS Caiile, and joint N'ice- frejlurt-r ot Ireland, _.?**Trei�ireT of War in that. Kingdom, \\i.xh Places hb **�up -icfigu'd a few Mentha ago, lie LordJlup~marry'd wlgttt, tlM Daughter to die iate Cot. Godltty by the �dy Arabella Chcrcnill. Siller to ht. \m Grace John Duke Watofctaougji^ and Jus left IlTurtix.i6ni'ar.d five Daughten. ^P. the EBeil, who was a Member 01 the lad Parliament, Uxfxx^ to his Lordthip's1 Honour and F.ilate, and the two ^Gmlrrntn are iq the Army. His Lordflup** eldelt r*^fei 11 the Ccantefs Dowavcr Droaftcda, aud toe fecund "ury'dwSu Cecil Bifhop. �er Roy�l H�ghce6 Punccfs Amil.a atrjv'd laft Night at ''�n Uath. ^JV the Court removes to Sr. Jamn*-, and in the ��j~*f te prefn.t at lU newOixn, iu v>hkh the cclc-�^Oiigocr Fai.nclli li to perforin. ."ftSatordjy. tu(i hkeiviie bit Ni�ht. th-re was an exceed g^Maerous A^diente At the Neu Theatre ui the Hay-Mar- ^ .~* *he Jjoaotis Monf. Fianciiqa
,Mrs.Si�Tea�; Jtae.Mr�.Ktfbyi Aunt, Mnt,Co\>ti\ Towhita wilt be adv'ed In Cnrartatnttentof Diw4a| iaOrMt%M V _ . _ Chiraftcn, etlt'd ' ' < The N EC R O M A N C ERT Ma ri. e <^u 1 n Dr. FAUS TVS. Harlcquto. Mr ION; theOooJatsf 6*.Ukshv�, �o l*fttaat*a �f% Pitrot, Mexxetim aiM Staramcwh, bf Mr. U ana Mift �llnawU>k\ IHike �oa Mr. OcUaai^r. Mr. Otertt �niT Mils Rot�t�,-Mr.DOfi�! ami Mm. Ogden 1 VvnOt, Mr. Bovtt; D 0or'� Man, Mr. ttiffiftil> acd �;i the atlxr Parts to be p*nom�'d bj trMQoamtas. t Boxes $3. Pit 3at Gallery at. UpperGalkry it. 7� txaalj *t Si* JCM...... Yeilerday Bank Stock was 135 1 half, a 5. India 141 1 half. South Sea Trading Stocfc 79. Old AniuiirJc* 104 1 half, for the Opening. .Ditto New Annuities 103 1 half, a 1 4th, a 1 half. Three per Cent. Annuity 92 3 4-ths, a 3. Million Bank 107. African 20, York Buildings 4. Royal Aituranct 96 3 4ths, a 7. London AfTuranot � z. New Bank Circulation 2I. 15s. i'r.-m. South-Sea Bonds 2I. 6s. ays. Prim. India ditto zl. 15s. al. 13s. a 14s. Prein. Three per Cent, ditto il. 10s. PreA. Englifh Copper il. 16. vVelfh duto Books fhut. Salt Tallies, ] 4ths, a 1, per Cent. Prem. AT the KING'S THEATRE in the llav-Market. ih>� being the 39 ii ot V^ober, will be pciforoiM � New OPbRA, ta'.i'd A R J A X E R S E S. Pi; atvl U.iicj to he put together, and 110 i'erlbos 10 be �d flQt'�Mio, Mr. PcQtethmtui Miller,' Moof. VaJ.oi� , Miller"* Wife, MTt. W*)dw�rd *, Miller� Msn. Mr K,� j G j xl and Evil Ocniu-.tJi fnftriial Spirir, Charoo, (he Shades of Hctn, He^ aod Lc4 >d o.bcri; iifll Furf, Mr. thajhioo, Fuiiu-, Mr. leucii, Mu.fTv*lloi�, Mr. Sitncbun and Mr DeU|�rde j H>I-n)ilii.r). Mr., Wcodward prfMd. Vailot\ Mr.Bardin $M Mrs. Bo�,Mr. Tuphsm tod Mil Gcrrtrd, Mr. Iliitd sod Mitt Sandhill); D*moi|, rcprcieaied ia the Cluurttrs uf fanulocin, Meuctin, Sc#*m-wdiaod Hicrui, Mr.' TtrtS and Mr�. Wuidw'iira, aloof. Vtlloi* aod Mr�. Bullock, Mr. San4hain Sod Mifs Sitdb-iro, Mr.Ta>for awl M^UcLgardc; 1'umIi, Mr. Tv.phtiW ; ihe relt <*, no fcrfin �ff�ic� >b.r, �it| ba BTCliaKd iM Millorf - t% Ctttam* 6T tN Ch.ir.pion in ttillsnmtttt.hsll $ tha ChrilKoial of Qyrca Bhiabni, and many other HiltorUal I'ltTiSes. ' �''-'i _; _K'.t�.�wry WU. ,vtMUtp��; CAtdUl MTdfer. Ht. MllU� of mit,ki��hani, Mr. W. Milts i Earl cl'Suirey. Mr.Cibbetv bdhop Craamer. Mr. Milward ; Lord .saois. Mr. MUMet Wliaf). O.r.liner, Mr Johnloa) J Queen Kath ar; Chlosv alias Mdf laata Mr�. 11 *e . Mr. Siccki. hit. tmp>t\ Lotciiiore, Mr.Salway;- To bcKiiresiftly at sis �' r.aat �mK li>ll_>t# aaiatl Kb tkgaalasamt-fctt � afnafsi tai Tomorrow, bciof the )otb lullaur, wiU bspieiniwd aCowaadfa- i^TIMON LE MISANfKOPE. j trill) fraftr EntirtainmtHti #/ Siting mud PtSMdi^. " , To which will be adJcJ, LE PORTRAIT. Mifs Chateau Ncur will dams Jjr� Quafiera d> La Dance. " "' Pisces for ihe Doseamay be takeu at Mr. Frtbolnt^ MMtJiaOt Rappee-Soulf. at tha (aid rheatrt. ! i j- t No pcrfnut to te au'miiied iatto^fccftotrt.without Tkkcti, which wilt be deliver'^ at the Bar of �bw Ttwan� at i�. each. J^fa. Oil.aa. NoPedbo l(l be admitted babiod the Scene*, uur ao> Money to tw returo'd alter the Curtain it drawn up; To begio exactly at Six C' Goods ao� Moo�T takaw away, tia abmt too Ouiaeo i two Iart� Silver candkUkka �p�ra�'d with iba& Aieaaoathini, ��. a�t. c)rew�, Crof.. wild Wbeadbeafa aad-Siaia m lb* FieJJ, at>4 a 8o*rV Head for the Crell) iwc Silt�r Tea; Cawillarioiaik'd with rha laaoa Aimstwo laice Sitter Srrmor, the one mark d wi76 j ibe oiher-lorgot , a Sot ol Silttjr Tct Spioaa. with Tongs *�d Mrttacrr*r�|>-,cr hilud Sword i a Chu'd Oo!# Watch. �ho Maker's Name Jfatf, No. $42, with Pioth^etk Chain and "�u C^d ��is*Ue^Unjer ��B cojra� d m aC'rncliao witb tT�T ran; Arrnt, aod tU fnvuieua wtjitt the Ciell aa ab>�e, a Mtut Watth. wiih ihc I)iai-pl4tt tnaaasld, without a Miouie HmJ; a.I'a� ot Silter �appM rimta PHtoli With,; Lion'� Face ; a Pai�-�f S>i�er Setrtft-rseninr wish aBoarV lieadeefrat'�V or elfe oo Mark ; a China Tea-p>i "with Sil�er Si> 01; fotrcj Tea* Cups with Men and Womao f^urei; a v�|ret Wajffltoat �s�l Bit�atW Willi B�h Button* � a fair Ol' Veltet Drcrthcl wild Vwtoatti �; Frroch whiie S'lk WailUoat, rich.'f etnb be lata, pawo'd or �ahV, t>r�f flop ituni ->d the Parry, mi-$f- 'taaeiaa^SJf-jot** -CawaaifaMifirlia Micre-courtjjkat ilreet, anaVyou (ball ictettc a Kcward of Tweuy Ooinei* for the * hole, aad iu rrooortwo tor any fajc 9 QUaktrzS, lyt r 4-, ' * r 05T, the Picture of a GcnLkm^n and I I j $on, d.awn � full, len|ib in the <^4 wtt Ibraf. .wlith, aider to hate bad f-mc tddltiouil Drawiif W u late Paiater, "air. Kniabi, daeaanU. a Dutcbosaii. who had LoJ|ir.�tncar theStvte^DiaV, and aa AaauaT mem ia (ha � d S-juib-fta MooCi ia Broad llreec, i| any raa(o _ will piy what may be lent tl.ercoa. if pawn 4 or otaerwifr. * -1--.- n WHEREAS on the i6th-InfhMit a wrouahc Cold Soutf-Uor ol a Iqture form, with ibaj rkara St � Man tai a Oou on it. wti di,pt be ween W�4�yu ail Sr>ckwa>i. L ule on Digglwcll hill, Heiilgidj whoctcr briaH it ia law Ss72m riin in Wei.w,�. lhali bay� Two Otuncas Hcw�rv. . WHEREAS a grey Geldings about 14. Ha�ds hifb, foil ifto, mt$ icte, wnb tfiASt attdSaaafar at the Ut>U-l;J> in fiifhoptftic rlrcci, about l� � tdStJmtga. at tba Owner J^n'c ficsh futn by r-iday uaar. ihey w.;j hia1$�vvf. --------.----_---"y>.. ,r; WH E R E AS two-bJitek Geldings were pot iniatfKO.vo �WM>.K>l!i(iOUii-'t(, ai H|� a.li. v^aJa. aniulUr, tn the Nana* of Utcibci:. i.kven. iboua t-liy Ufi,-if (hay are DM tefch'd away t>/ fiida| nca', tl~; 'U he M'pi>'4 ci.
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