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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 5, 1834, London, Middlesex c OVEMBEK Teflerday arrived a Mail froh Flanders. ____: ,.Hanever*. Otfotcr 30. O lefs. than ten Couriers have pafs'J ^ro*llmPla^wtthijJi the Space of fix Days: *Ti$ (aid, they are going to as many different Courts, to communicate tbe Plan of a Peace drawn up by the Maritime Powers; and 'tis added, that theft Powers will fend their Troops into tbe Field next Spring in cafe this Project ts not accepted. We hear like wife, that a numerous Army will appear orh; sfOO the Rhine, that a Squadron will be lent into the frjrfrfc, and a second into tbe Mediterranean, in order to re-fcre tbe Tranquility of Europe by Force of Arms, in cafe it ' taawot be done by amicable Meafores. ffratrVj^, Ifcv. 4. According to out lad Letters from Stockholm, the Treaty newly condudetT between that Court sad hrsDanifli Majefiy was not to.be made Publick, till certain foiaa were adjoAcd at London, relating to the Acceffion oi the -| Xisf of Great- Britain; and 'ris not doubted but (everal other Itinera wiQ lifcewHe accede thereta ' frit. 3- Wiad S. SaiTd, Hafwel, Brooks, and the Ccftr, Malbon, both for Cadiz; Paradox, Barns, for Nam*; Fitace William, Grctt, for Dublin. Remain, the Dutch . $�p, fbr Cadiz; St. Quintin, Pcttit, and the Adnatkk. ~ Hf"*�hj both for the Strcights; Britannia, Davilou, for Bar-crfcoa- Came down, hltbam, Macnamara, for , "� ; Hadiey, Bams, for Pottfmouth; Friendlbip, Batty, for "Cain. Arrh'd, Wt&naorrlaod, Shanks, from Leghorn. LONDON. '". They write from Vienna of tbe 27th oTTdft Month, that an iMdVaas arriv'd there from Petenburg, with Advice, that XoaS-Cnam, the Perfian General, had actually dcclar'd to thtCkarina, that he would conclude no Peace with the Turks, lie Consequence whereof (bbuld turn to the Prejudice of her Majesty cr tbeEmperor. Letters from Cokgn confirm, that the Garrifon of Worms m augmented to 6000 Men, and that; 6000 French were nasally advancing to attack it. The Duke of Wirtcoiberg wmmarco'd with a Body of Hollars and other Troops to ob-fcrrethe Motions of /the French, and to Watch for an Oppor-tjasey to give tnem tome Dimfion^ i Ye&rday being tbe AnriirerCiry of the late'King William's ' Krth-Day, and Landing in England, to which toe Nation tads indebted for its present Liberty and Happincft, the (kmc ass cbftrv*d in thb City with the ufual Rejoicings. On Monday fe'nnight about 3 in the Morning, an Earth-fake was felt by a great many of the Inhabitants of Derby, and almoin (everal 01 u>e neighbouring Places: The Earthquake aa Hoaopfliuc a&d Sufles: was the Friday Morning before. . Tomorrow-Night there will be a Number ol Lamps fet op iaCaqafcfil, asbprcimrns, to light the City of London at th(% Bxpiratkaof the Term of the Proprietors ot the Convex Lights, which is near expii'd ObSunday Night fall died at his Horfeat Woolwich, Henry Boaster, Efq; Irafurerof St. Bartholomew's Hofpiial. He was taken ill that Morning with a Quinly, and. was. twice let Bland, but found no Benefit from it. He was a Xlanofextraor-dmzry Qoiiiticatirais and much lamented by all that had the ibpameur of his Acquaintance. - lesbrdiy the Lord Chanorilor, with (everal of tbe Lords ot 1b Mikity's Privy Council, and the Judges, met at the fucche-qaer-Chamber, to nominate three Gentlemen in every County, lor hit Majesty to prick one to serve for Sheriff for the Year Private Letters from Hanover mention, that two young Weaken had'been lately apprehended there, for inveigling the young Fellows of several Places of that Electorate into Foreign Sance; The Method was, for^thricecmiiing Officers 61 a attain najgbouring Prince to plant themfclves in Ambulh near theOut-flctrts of tbe Town, and then to dcuch thefe Girls afcotk* Place, to look out inch young Fellows, whole Heighth aJ*�Denerk|r rrttkr'd them fit for tbeir Purpdc. Thefe the csaacgGiphes lound Means to get familiar with, and being of d&rtni Cfcrapfexjon.', and both of an exquifitc Beauty, were � long at a Lo& tor Admirers, to whom they always pro- Elrorjaeng away together, and at the fame Time making a t Skew of Money, and having a Waggon at Command, r^ScfcenJe wis caiily executed, and the Men, as loon as the Vehicle was amy\J in a proper Place, were leiz'd by the Offi-tos. and cany'd c5" by Force. On Sunday died fuddVnly at Drayton, near Uxbridge in ^j*****. M?fy Countets pf Uxbridge, Wile of tjenry the s**^M"Earl of Uxbridge: Her Lady lhip was' Daughter and ISBesr to Tbonus Cateft�y, olv Whiiton in the County of ^Whamptoo. Eiq; andjikt'er of't^e prefent Lord Paget, who was coc of ti-e Lord- ^: thtrkd chamber to his preieDf warjray. -rp^J Write from EdwbaT, i hat latl Thurfday Night died neLady Diriroan ; by trr*L>i=r- a Jpinrure of 6boo Merles ^PF Aeann revert* so hrr Son t:.c. prcltnt Laird : She was _��g4�r of the d.-ceifcd Sir William fiuintt, of Grubfjcw, BifT. Yl*-Happy Rctarn, Cap: Ij!^-, from Santa Cruz, having' J****1* a Storm, pa into V igo : tpe lmty, Capt. Boarman, "�ATuant. fcas"bcen oblig'd. by Di-'.-cfc of Weather, to part of htr Cargo ove/-bo ioce�cJ Silver, and 6oc?o 3! Lcia'd Gold. Tae tViowbg of his Majeily's Slupi hz\e hit Spithead fince i*:*ac*y h&, to take thtir Winter StatKm< as follow. In PoJtimcatb Harbour, T^eBriamua. Capt. Wfcitney. a hut Rate of 100 Brafs v*^=, on bem j cf which Admiial Norm f.oitted hn Flag. **e Bjcnbeim, Capt Griffb, a fcccr.d Rate of 90 Guns, OS"* wto01 w� Vice-Admiral Cavcudiili. 80 Guns, -........ ./'��� We ate tnformM, that a very cut roiis and tnWul Inftnrment, invented by Mr. Ward and Mr. Smitli, for taking Atriwdes of tbe San and Stars at Sea, iiv/fcw.an frWww, will be finifli'd in a few Dayrby Mr. Hefth irrthe Strand, ^rrmde Publick, whereof Notice will.be given in tbu Paper.; Erratum, tn Ttjln}*jt P�kr,(�'� tit id Jrliek tf f&r id dtumn, fir St, Michael's C**W/, rtmd St. Peter's. Thb Evening will be Ptrform'd, At the KincV.TkIathi m the HAr*M**�t, The Ops it* of ARTAXERSES. At the Tm b Afaa Rotal in. D*w *t - La �t, TAMERLANE, withCtpHAtus and Paocats. At the Tit bat as Rotal in CovIwt - Ga*ps n, TAMERLANE, with tbe NfiCftoiiAftCB*. At. the N � w Th�ath� in .GoanMANVFtitos, TAMERLANE, with the Necxomancik. High Water at London-bndge thu Day^ at 57 Minutes after; in the Morning, and at^aa. after 6. in the A't"""^ YaJlerday Bank Stock was t 1 half, a "3 4ths. India 14: 1 halt, a 3 t half. South Sea Trading Stock 80 1 4th, a 1 half. 6W Annmtio 103 t half, a * atbl, without th� Dividend. Ditto New Annuities to'4,3 8ths, a t half. Three per Cent. Annuity 03. Mfllkm Bank 107. African so. York Buildings4.... Royal Affuraact 97. London Af-furaact 11. New Bank Cirodarion 3I. tes. Prerft. South-Sei Bond* 3I. 6s. 17t.P�nu India ditto 3I. tis. Prem. Three per Cent, dioo aL6fc a 8s. Prem. Bnglim Copper al. Welfh ditto Books (hut. Salt Tallies, 2 per Cent. Prem. the KlNtiv-rattA^kU iiV the i'b of November, will A1 x* Hav- Market, this D�f, brio*, the be perhvm'd a New OPBRa, call'd _ A R T A X E R S E S. Pit and Boxes to he pat together, mod no rcrfoos to be adnimd witbobt Tickets, hkh will be dell�er*d iBii Dif. at tha Offirt ia the Hay-Marlrer. at half Guinea e�*h,_ Gallerr 4 �. By bit Ma J a sty's Cimmamd, . No Ptrfooi whatever to be admitted behind the Scenes. T$ btffit 0t SixJGitcL The Silver Tickets will bedeljrer'd to the Subftribers, pafiag their Sobfcfipriam; 'he Offite tn pbe Hay-Marker., By Command "theirRoyalHighneJJes tbe PrinceJJes Amelia and Caroline. By tbe Company of French Comedians, AT the New Theatre in the Hay-Market, Tomorrow, being the ih jpJUw, vill be paslcottU Comedy, T4MON Le MIS^ANTROPE: o v, Le Vol Innocent d*Arleauin. ThePirt of Harltquio to be perforin'd by Mr7PRA^NClS f>s*
u>aodai^ai6cen( fiite of Mcchkmlm ever mad* of tbi� Hiud, n�d bat bccnlhcwo before ton Royal Family, and null or ibe Nobility and Gantry, with the greault AppUulc. I� height ia ten Coot, �id brcadiii io tbe BaiU Us l-oor. Tbe whole it reiy beaiKifuUy compo�'d of ArcliiieAuic, Sculp'ure, I'ainriug, adulick and AUroooroy, ��oriing %o tbe txlt �u!es and Principe*, with vail Variety of rflo.L g f.tur<:i. To fee a pankular toirptiooof tbii wonderf* MaUune in all lit Part* would bt t�d!�f�, thtfc who have foeo ttdejUtmiS the Entertainment Kuptfkf TtMaaahr. It ttgnally dcU pr>�s aU that lit and bfat H, tad �>�� � rua& �i�onao *ai�^c�w�v I OST the 3ochof October lift about St, l^J JameaS an India a^'itwf boa cbecli'd wkh rad, mttnial in Gold, plain Rims, a BifBl Topciie'd, watk> ar dor to<�, praf taopit, ami giver Notice ts aborenod you Hull ba(e tbe f�m aJwiOR-'Wh Oaaskasaasi gy mm H ENRY CLARKE cofifWtlvtottr.* ^ _ Ceotlemcn tbe Greek and latin f^uaca Atjeocdi amay arUk> tKolar, clear, eafy and espedttiow* Ale.bod. wsrkwaa o�wAbtai||awM. the Memory. SochGcwknsrn whose iwtWiaor Tt'**-- � aatsRala. it oeccira/y or at! rccabie to retrieve t bat Uaraiag, wfaish a? dfkajftttX uf several Tear, thev msy b a (mt aacaidrc Mrc Ixt. k* f eth iuco a way of making their Reading m Pteat�;c to earns k>w|oa tbcmtelvesonly one Hour a Oiy tor sfceJr one prienteA'i aoJ M biaofeif KstncMsVtfataaoewjretfsaatwsma Wecl Jurt* k�� loch a Progtefi. �- He t> tofce Ipokc with, or dSrcfted to, at Mr. GUrbeX Rimtft-fctl tt JheOoW. RaRia ttytk lane nea/little 3>uain. at tbtRyvt lim af - bobA behind chcRayAEathaat*. or at o� Cta^mfl Obacaery-W at each of wfcicb PU*� ail i*u�.aaJDer�Aae.ie�i for turn will bstabmjw^Carta*; aad tow�w*��a( ban aod ?b�a�b>y ft'H |t�P> f/iawaty wapaBaa*
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