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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 31, 1834, London, Middlesex                                Xfoj/, Ofiober 20. KM A IN, Prince William. Birchall; Marcniatd, Pcarce, both lur Africa *, 3t. ferritin,-^ettit, lor the Wrights; ' Hafwell. Brooks, for Cadiz 1 l*ara-dox, Baroct, for Naht/. � Braganxa, Lyon, for Lifbon.    Arrived,  Abel,. Holler,   from Bardadoc* �   lfabella, Poye, from Cartlma ; Betty, Deli-tpottc, from Lifbon. - LONDON. There were Yeflerday three Mails due from Flanders, one ftnft France, and one from Holland. They write from Portfniouth, that his Excellency Mr. &gJkoftre, whom his Msjerty, odPof his great Tenderncfs and Coplpafiion for hit unhappy Subjects, had tent to the King of Morrocco tornakea Peace with that Prince, and to agree tor the Redemption of the unhappy Perfons in Slavery, having fotceeded in both, the poor People landed an Tucftfay lalt at Portfinouth from on board his Majefty's Ships the Shecrnefs and BUndford. They are to proceed for London dirtftly, and srC to pafs through the City in a Proceffion to St. James's, to Ittorn Thanks to his Majefty, who will take a View of them ?iett the Garden Wall in St. James's Park. - The Shock of an Earthquake which we memion'd on Mon-d�y laft to have happened the Friday Morning before at Pottf-�outh, was felt in tevcral Pans of Hampfhire, and ipread an ajnTwafal Pmflernition. but happily occaiion'd no Misfortune. Yefterday Morning the Indian King, Queen, &c. fet out tram the Georgia-Office in his Majefty's Coaches for Gravefcnd, in order to embark there on their Return home, having ex-' netVd themfelves on all Occaflons very heartily artach'd to the jbftiih Nation, both in Affection and Gratitude. Yefterday being his Maj-fty'i Birth-Day, the Morning was �uWd in with ringing of Bells, at Noon the Guns at the .Park and the Tower were fir'd, and the Evening concluded with Bonfire*', Illuminations, and other Demonitratioos of Joy, in all the principal Streets of the City and Suburbs. The Officers belonging to the Bank of England were drawn up in a Body, and fir'd three Volkys of Smalt Arms on that Occafion. 1 Befidestbe magnificent Entertainments gtren by his Grace the/Duke of Newcallle and Lord Harrington, the Lord Chan* odlor gave one to Uie Judges, and other Gentlemen eminent in the Law. The Appearance aft Court of the Nobility of both Sexes, Foreign Miniikra, and other Perfons of Dillinclion, was nu-7 aWBOusandfokodid. At NoontheJoUowingOde, compos'd byCoTley Ctbber, Elq; Poet Laureat, and IcttoMufick by John Eoclrs, Efq; Matter of his Majefty's Band of Mufick, perform'd in the Old Council-Chamber, before their Ma-1 and the whole Court. GAIN the joyous Morn, _i_ , m Sacred to Calar born. (O many fuch may rolling Years fepply? With ample Uleflings paft, -   Fulfills the Promife of the laft, Compleat and fail. As happy Yean enjoy'd can fly. AIR. While hence remote Ambition glows,. And breaks with Arms the World*? Reppfe ; Defeat and Conqueft too afraid. Invoke and dreadTireat George's Aid. Superior Glory fills bis Mind, To bids and to preferve Mankind : Nor too lecurely fleeps his Care;_ .   �FW fond of Peace, prepared for Wat. __RECITATIVE. With equal Might our Monarch and the Sun, Thro' Skies and Seas tfieir Couric have run. Far aa the Fiery God his Beam extends. TJnrGodkkc Gao&c* his Aid or Influence lenffs: And the fame Fruit the genial Rays produce, Our Prince, by Peace, procures for Human Ufe. ~~ A I R, Let Phoebus glorious five f Divide with joveTfcc Sky, And Earth with Day fupply. Has leis Great Gaoace's Glory flood, , When o'er the Globe tsjlow, - Where'er the Winds do blow,~ Or ioundleii Oceans flow, His waked Empire fways the Flood t RECITAT I V E. While Southern Suns behold the purple Lands, With Gore of hoftile Bands, "~ At once o'eiftow'd and fattened to the Plough ; How difmal there to fee The terrible Fertility j Where rcaps-the Sword, in vain the wretched fow. Bkft Albion's Peace no Storms of War annoy, Hat fruitful Flocks fecure, her Swains enjoy. AIR. No hopeful Harveft fpoil'd Deforms her yellow Field, Nor frighted Commerce dreads the Main: While Earth and Seas conlpirc To fill Mankinds Defire, NotGeorce nor Phoebus Quae in vain: As pleating is the Scene, from Shore To hear the Winds and Billows roar i So Martial Sound*, from Terror free, Afliflant to our Joys (hall be. CHORUS. Awake the Trumpet, beat the Brazen Drum, And let tbc jovial Noif'e Give Signal to the Bomb And Cannon's Voice; The thundnng Cannon to the Skies, Gteat Caoaca's Fame, The Arbiter of Peace, am Source of Albioio GUdtn Days, prccJairo, OnWedwflaylaft died atKdjnbpffeh, theRfffctHon.tht fwonefi Sonmville,. Lady or J�mes Lord SoWrviUV, of Drm m Ediiiborghari*, and of Spytuk la Watftit*. who otwg the a$th fai a lioeal Defiant from Sir Gauloer Sowrr-�Jle, that came into Eriglarid wttK Wi�lanv>ne Conquerar, cbund the Ink at the Bieakm of the Sixteen Peeh in 1712, after it had been dormint toi. Yeara. ltr_.�    1*    �   ~ -.77. 9/t Hr�h Was*j,Xo�do..nVidr Ai.0ttj|4'iy after a iaJheMorBu^*^ frt the TfietitrciC^il in Oorent -------,..      .uM* . , t      * * this Daf, atiiit U� fill ot OAc�*r� mm U itltmilk Lett Week died likewifeju Edinburgh, the Lady' Betty    1*n&T of  . �.      -    *-j\ * *     "i     S Bofwell, Wife of James BofctO, Eiq; of Auchealeck. HAMLET,  Pr$HCt  vf DeniDtrk. ^ Yefterday died Mrs. Vincent, Rel^S of John Vince.nl, Bfqt      Marnier, Mr. ��ta > Onoff, Mr. Sttffcm ; Hast, hit. r*-*L~mi forrnerly >n theCommifliooof the Peace for iheCounqr of  'gj^.^Jffljf*!tl*�^Mr.^^liianjjftra^i Middletex > � '   ���^�J^.��P�^'i.QfHav^a^Hallael vul 'l"'v n    1%  �..,�   *   , �_        -j.-,'     th�t�^iavt.W||ita, Mr.M�rg*naa^Mr.M�4lare.k>i i We hear, the Rev. Dr. Mtddleton. Leaoterof St. Bnde'a, wfthfcvml BamtaH�mts of Dmasf *t MrTote Mr. G riggman. Curate eflBtuSopfgite without, Mr. BofwtU, Mr. Dti�etr*r. Mr. D^  Mrs, Oft** Mils Mfeaavi Son of Mr. Bofwell CbtumoO-CounciltMan for Pottfoken ^l!*!0^. Cwr?M!* 'Mr* a*,^J?-PlM1^, Ward, and Mr. WuUiboVSon to the Lord Bifhop of Sodor wd M Mr'Ulk *Dw*�-ttto* ^ Man, ftaml Candtdatn for the Rectay of St. Peter's Cornhill, vacant by the Death of the Bifhop of Carlifle. , Walter Blackrt. �fq} one of the Reprefentatives m Parliament for NewcafUea^on Tine, is chofen an Alderman of that Corporation, m tbe room of Henry Rcay, Efq; lately deeeas'd, who bad been an Alderman at Years. On Thurfdajr die 17th InlUnt, Ralph Forfter, of Northumberland, Eiq; was drowned, in attempting to crots the River Tweed with his Horfe fVom Coldfbtsm K> Cornhill; A. Geutlrman endeayburu^ to live him, narrowly efcap'd with his Life. His Body was found the next Day near a Mill about a Mile lower down the River, and buried at Barnbrough on Monday fe'nnight. Laft Week a (mall VefTel belonging to Fifher-taw, was call away near Tine-Mouth, in' her Patfage from Newcallle to Leith, when the whole Crew perifh'd, viz. four Paflengers and five Sailors. 'To taid the Sailors, who are all married, have left behind them .19 Children.   . They write from Amitcrdam, that one Father Va>n-Hooren, 96 Years old, was married a fhort time ago to a young Woman of 24 Years of Age, and there were more than a thou land People at the Church to tee them married. To whkh will t� atted  Ba�W Orera. -. The DEVIL to PAY Tlie Wivm 'M'tTAM -^Sr/>r�^The WoooV: �, A Woanankcefl ATW ic      tw&mgw" �Ws Day, beID9 tbe }tU lnH.o�..dl blt^ii^ai^l Leith. when the whole Crew perifh'd. viz. four Paflengers    Tkt Part tf Beji H #V ftrfmM e> M. C,,.iT leaeave. Mr Mlfa|, Mr. fMftnfwt, Mn. Mauo and othera.  - Boxes 51.  Pit 3 s. Fird Gallery u. ,Tr|rTr Ttittlij By bit M*j adtsuitcd txhiod tbc Swxi. No Money to be racura'd after tba Curtain it drawn op. To begin exactly at Six tf Clock, placca far tbe Bosca 10 ba taken at Pidgaoo'a CoffcebouCs oppofit� the Tbcatre. ----'-�-'-It-OS T on Tuefday laft in Cheapfide, a Silver Watch, the Makera Naaao Tbo. Planner, (he GUI* cracki, ____j Silver Chain snark'd ft. W. two Saab, ocw SiUer, ibe otber aural; a Head on tbc Metal anal, a04 a Head in armour on tba Silver one. Whoever bring* or (end* it to tbe Haad and Apple in Pitficld-Uicct, tioacoo, or to Peter Wiie, Watchmaker, in Cheapfide, laail receive a Guinea aad a batf' Icward, aod 00 QuellioaaaUc'd. 03obtrti, 173 a.. I" O S T, t;he Picture of a Gentleman and his L-J aVm, ajiawnM full Ungtb in tba old Bof lath Oraf>, wbiafa, in order to hate badT^nc 4dditiOual Drawing aided tbcrato, waaatMtt t�o Mdnih* (w�a detivcr'd so n (at* ratoter, Mr. Knight, daceaa'd, a Durchoaan. wbo bad todajng>iKar>baSevca Dial*, and aa Apart-mci.t in in* old S��in-(ca tuiac in sjroadlircat, if any Par foa will icod 01 circ Notice  f to Mr. Wtlli*me at tbc South.(ca Houle, afuM^aaward ariU ba gitvn. and be on lUcviptof itwbUftttaia v'li pay wbat may bf law iWften, if Pawn tf or otbetwijr. R^'cHOVET's, Sufgconf his new Ft* 1VJL Buw of Aiiatocny tsvith ftveral lM(MM>acisjfe^fr maval tram bit lata Mook lo Orange-Urcftl wfweb npraaptsa n JaV v.* man chaia'Jdown upon a Table; Itfpp.-.'d openktf aUv*. avUrala tti*^' Circulation of tba atood U made aifibW thin' fjUfa trir� and arteries a . Tbe Circulation it a\(o feenfrom ifif N other Ut QdiMi^m ibe Child to the Mother \ with the fiffoikk a^ Biiffowtft M  angliOj or Ptaoch, by Mr.Crwvat hbsiicli. ~^ Now, A Ga�iticwon�nB properly cptaldy'd wU*aaaj4,�|el|sfay| *T#tf| A COURSE of CHYMiST^rr Pbilofobbtiol and ftailkdL       , By H. PEMfeERTON, bf.B. F.RnSl win, 110m with a On WUmOay tht 1 yb *fN*>t�tbl inn Aflajneea. sd CbciUandt aagiStickt�ck.byt�tn�anlla�'lkaCoant^fayrbinj. 1 C��k Tutky Motbnr-Pavl */beU*. nr, 1 t\T ' loo eafct EoC fteogal Stkpetra. KS \j tloffihada Jamaica and Oay'd Sugar*. , 13 C*ik�Sparma-C�iiOil. , . H. , Tbn Armk. Cocokii India, and Stlcaiack, to he a^nanrfsAkl tba Coeaaaaya Waiahculc* bebiod tba aWMadfc^aifc^^aaT Day the !�� leilaat. Tbe Madf and Pavl-Sbaua to Ufkt m Iff 17. i.i Uy ere Hall, TtisaaavUrcr* to tba itax of Saie. Catailaiaaia *!! UdeLvv'd, by Samoll Torin, Sworn Broker.   

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