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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 2, 1834, London, Middlesex                                ; ix. wm^  s, to wait iti rts. Her Royal Higbnefs the Pri::ce& of Orange dererr'd setting �lfcr Holland till this Dav, on Ckcafson of her Majcfly's "WBpoCtion. -j1" Royal Highnefi, together vf.ih the Princej&s Amelia j�4 Caroline, were laft Night at the^ French Play bouse in the W-Markesi!c fee MclierVeorsLiy call'd L'Aver*, ot the tLL*0^ IrtrnM gte\tly eiueruin'ti. ' �jf*Re� from Virnna by Vcilerday's Mail, fiady ccnaa-mm      ^""'^ p� oT obuining aa�tsa�n for the Depredaiir^caaiinstted aponovr Mcrfihahci in the WeA.Indies, hit Cvtfkoltck Majeftf ^wing rdef'd tbe Examination of that,Afi^it,to be carryM on with the ntmoft Impanialtty. 'TiittalfinnUthataeoodHahawr itreUor'd boweea the.Coara of Madrid and Uidoo, JrAmach that the t fortnerbam croVd tls^Troops be fart to the Fronticn of Por-^al to rrdre. thence; and the Utter has recall'd his Troops frooa the Frootiers of Spaht, and order'd theTlttMnttateraty Ajtaierj to be renw'd from BaHajos and Ellxemos. Ha Majefly has .been plealed to promote dpt. Buckley to be Cape Lieot. to Sir Ckaries Wills* own Company in tbe �rA Regiment of Foot Goards, in the room of the Right Hon. the Earl of Crawford, inade Lieut; Col. or a Company. Alio E&figo James Dura&d to be tieut, in the room of Capt. Brackley. . Aad the Right Hon. the Lord Charles Fitxroy, third Son to his Grace the Duke of Grafton, to be an Enfign in his room. H� Majefty has been pleas'd to appoint Col. Folliot to be Lseot. Col. and Capt. of a Company ra the Coldlltcam Regiment of Foot-Guards, in the room of Col. Robinfbn deoras'd. Also to promote Col. Henry Pulteney to be firft Major and Captain of a Company in the (hid Regiment, in tbe rourii ol Ccd. Folliot.___ Lieot- Col. Hulke to be leconrl MajorranTCapt. of the Ccsapany late Col. Pulteney's. CVpt. Lieut. Richard Legge ra be Capt. of Lieut. Col. Hufte's Company. Licnt. D^addoci:etobeCapt. Lieut, to the flight Hon. the Earl of Saaiborough's own Company, in tbe room of Capt. Legge fenfigo Toomas Maaoe to be Lieut in the room of Lieut. Braddocke. And The Right Hon, Auguflta Lord Viicoont Diufley, Son to the EmrfeJBerltley, to be Enfign in the room of Enfign Macroe. His Majefly has been pleas'd to appoint Co). Derby to be firft Major, tad Capt. of a Company in the third Regiment of Fo� Grfards. io the room of Col. St. Clair, made Col. ot the Reguaent late Brigadier BarretTr. AUb to prorooce Ueut. Col. Charles Lrgge to be frcond Major, aod Capt, of a Company in the room uf Col. Derby Capt. Lieut. Robert Carpenter id be Capt^of Col. Lrgge's �Oft    Tfc- UU't IMJl lUOtCiU Deffi\B r   Majeftj'a Write, the Print* cl Ac^alt-asd Ptune Ms- Hl�2,!^T,M*J,idlMI*. lM the Prinze of Adorn*** "  uig *eU ciUbirtVd 1^ and tiat kit Fcscr Lieot. James Steuart to be Capt. Lieut, to the Right Hon. the Eari of Danmore*a own Company, in the room of Capt. Lieot. Carpenter prefcrr*dt as mention'd in Yefterday's Paper. Entjga Court Kncvct to be Lieut, ol a Company, in the. room of Lirtst. Steuart.  And The Right Hott. Charks Loro Osfleftane, Son to the Earl of TanketvOhr, to be Enfign, in the room of Eofign Knevet. His Majefly has been pleas'd to appoint Capt. Phillips, of Brig Ktrke's Regiment of Foot, so be Capt. of ah uxjeflendcut Compiay of ZattuoaatTab^y-Fort, m tKroom of Capt. Webb deceas'd. And Sir Alexander Cnrnmim, Bart, to be dpt. of one of the independent Companies of Foot lately ient to Jamaica. .  Ycderaay tbe Lords of the Admiralty drdet'd the Fleet under the Command of Sir John Norris to repair into Harbour, and to have only their Powder taken on Shore. The fame Night Sir John Norris arriv'd in Town. Oa Monday hit the Officers of the Cufloms went to Rother-hith, to examine the Saltaburgfeeri BaKage on board the Two Brothers from Rotterdam, to be tianfltinp'd to' the Prince of Wales for Georgia, when the Officers rtJus'd uking any Fees for their Trouble, aad Mr. Bridges the Searcher was pleas'd to give the Salrzbuighers a Guinea. The Prince of Wales tail'd the next Dav, and atriv'J at Gravesend oa Wedaefbay, where the Salnbutgheri were met by the Rev. Mr. Ziegcahsgea, one of his Majeity's German ChipUnv. who diilr&utea ao each of the grown Men and Womea $ s. and to the Ciuldltn sa. 6 d. each, befide dome RtfrefnaiseMS which he caus'd to be fern from the Shore. In their way to Gravefeod one of the Womea was brought to Bed el a Daagbtrr, aad chriQeaVi by Mr. Ziegenhagen. The Indian Chiefs were carried on Wedoelday by Land to Gravcfend, aad vlLted there by the Gentry of the Town : The Cuflom-Drxae Boats put them or board on Tburfday about 4, aod they failed (he same Night far Georgia. . On Monday lad died in Great Onnond-ftrert, much regret tut Mrs. 'Vesri&le*, Siflcr Jn-Law to ^s^rHyad, P.fqi one of his Majefly*s JufUots of the Peace for the Countyjof Middle sex. Tbe Radge Galley, Capt, Penkethman, from Buenos Ayres, u anw"d in the Downs, with a very large Sum in Pieces of Eight and other rkh Mcrcharsdiac jot the Hon. the South-Sea Company. Yefierday Bank Stock was 136, 13; 3 4|hs, a 6. India i+i-ir *alrl South Sea Trading Stock 79 1 half, Ho 1 4th, 8c. OU Aasuutics 103 1 4th/ without toe Dividend. Ditto New Annuities 104 t 2th. Three per Cent. Annuity 923 arhs. hl&tion Bask 107. African ao. York Buildings 4. Royal A�ir.nje 97. ^,�r>s>rlon AtTurance iz. New /iink Cucdbuian jl. j� jlj^R. a 15s. Prcm. South-Sea Bonds, 3i I*, a cs. Prem. India ditto 3I 7s. 3I. 10s. a 11%. Prem Three per Cent, ditto zL Ci. Prem- Engliih Copper 2I. WeJth ti�cn Books that. Salt Tallies, t 1 half, a 3 4ths, pa Cent Press). AT the KING's THEATRE  in the n Mkikci.        0*H. t*d (he 2i (ft t**�Cmpci, Wl I tc psrftf'dB'd a       ofes1h taii'd A R T A X E R S E Sf 9t �A Boict to be pus r-gnber. *od no J*c>1uo> to be ad/njttai mtbw t  will be i*)iicsA (bis Day, at (be itftlu ,iM Mas-sicker. a  a Omk� c�h. Gsllery 4 �. Bj bu Ma j % vtr"% Cimm**J, Ha FciCw Mia*cr to be a \tt Tickets ">R fx ddiewV to the satsftribcrs, fUfiag tbsif ifcfcu-jxim at idc Oslte m tbe UaX-Ua r^tissV       i^'V.^F The n tc r cVM AisreKltr     u   .    o a -...    -      HARLtcyj 1 k Dr. FAUS Tttft, \M Harle^oio, Mr. LUN, jw. .MAtt'aUav; Mr.f^satasi^LJtfBtW? Mouf. VaiVN* i Mtttvt't Wire, Mrs, woodwards Miltsts faWMcl Him, Htro aodl^i�sr�.p(rformM by Mt. mlm� MnA" Mvfs Joo� and o/bers} �t� Furr, Mr. Hrathtof s |>atii�, L._. Moai: Vallois, Mr. Saodham - � -i rvr^Mjini linitfii v/oudaanf and Mrs. Valloi*, Mt.Bsrdm ilTd Mrs..Mv�, Mr.1M| and Mi s Gcrt�rd� Mr. Hind and MttsSsodhimi PtiiatL't^ti intheCiMtsfttrtof rMwsloors M�*rt(M, sesrOnowh aaf *jsWft. Tenth ��d Mrs. woodward, MonU V'allon aad MtVWsWlt�l Sandhsm a�d MirasaadnanvMr. Tatlof sndMT.r>�li{katt)�ir Mr. Topham \ the refl    (he rant by th� CunaMiaas.       - With �m Scroett Macbiws, Flytnjs and othw l^awMkaa.^  v Boxu cud Bmtttmn tw tbt Stngr jr.  Buti 4.1. r� If. f>ay;^ N. ft. No left tUa tht toll Plica �i� be tahtn (hsrhf*^" Tkssf t**l the retfbnnaow. And to ptewot ObOruOkaiii a* a%tk wtovafaf :J uu ba admiue d bshM the IoSm*. ho Monet to be wara'd after thaCottakb ittwhafV Tob^inexac^y MSkofCl�k.   . ^ placet for th� Boiva tobt taken at Fidgtoos CaffsOlWttta ff�dsW th� Thutrt. . ' By the Company (>f GtitHtditott ' -   ^ AT the Theatre Royal in Corcnt-Gfu^en. ** (his Dar, beuic�(h( ad ot Kovstnbar. aiU he [isfiinl r Ttafidjr, al'.'d  . ' ' ' "  5 OTHELLO, Moor b&ih�}d ftrna of h(#*�fo'���t� Mtaai Scale ; Msodnrin-GuuBOiooi, Monl', J.i�k�, Monf. Vdlcasstfi. a*r� ' l'�llir.)j and Mr.parrnpun , ChJcefilCoardt, Mt.Wtitbt,Ht. Joaau Mr. Of*� and Mi. Leigh. With pr^pa tce'iei. A^ai-hinet, Hshits, �r4_whtt Orcorataaaaj Boxes $�. - Pit 3s,  Firft Gallery is.'' Upper Galkfy ic. Tu bepiii cttMf Atats o'CIock. By the Company of French Comediansf AT the New Theatre in the Hay-Market,' ** on Moodt'l ocsr, beiu| (tic      (Mts&i, witl ba prsJaatal a l!k FILLE CAPITAINEt La FILLE SCAVAKTE. With the Scene of La Pforiiiiut D'AssOtfa; to which Marleaaio pcrfotras sunaak'd. To �Lkh will ba addad. DU MON COUSIN L'ALLURE. a Biltad Ootra. Ti>� Fm of Hailenuia to be psrfound by Mr. VRANCtlOJQIfL in .born Cuawriira. -With frvirel EnttrttiitMuati �/* Dausriat. Pli�s Tor tw tku� msy bo liWta �i Mr. Knbodrgs, Mrrsaaataf Rappee-Suu*. at (be rald^htatrj, Nu t<�ifoos to b* adnstttad into theaOm^ttboat Tsskatt, �hkh #11 be dsliKr'd ai ihs Mar of the Theatre at 
                            

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