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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 7, 1834, London, Middlesex                                f$cr$*j arritfJ at MnH fnht Frame. ,'r   Pfirxj, November ij. |UR litem ftwn Italy w  Retinue. Upao hex Royal H%hae6>*s Ecmooc into _ d* Town, fhc was (ahaed by the Gon nracg from the Fart, the Belt ringing and Flag* cfupbyVL aad was craadafiid thro* ava&CcHfOOurleof Peopbv aadatnsidloadSfaaacsxad Acda-anponsof joy, to tbe Herie of C*pt- John Paahfaas, oae of the AlaVrc^of xhaCorpccauaa, aad Father of Jotta Pfedip-fia, l**} Member in the presrac Par&aaseat for Shorehaai, where great PrepanrJoas aad bora aadc aor her Recrpnoa. AboutlioCkxktlieWornB^CapL Wio^fc. Mayor, ax-leafied by tbe Aldermea, Socaaid aad Capicil hargrues iarhtirFornulitJev waited oa her Royal Uganda, aad paid thnrRrtpefls to her in the Ukmwf, Words: r " We the Mayor. Abteaftra. SaaaaaJ. aad Capital ITte-* geflb of the, Corpotatsoa of Hanricb, beg leave as Coagra-** tahnyoar Royal Hifharfi oa yoar tase Arrival at this ** Tews, tad to tctuta yc� oar aaot hoaaUe Thaaks lor iQmhf'ijgg-the tfaaaai of yoar Royal tVefcaoe, lcar% wifling yoo afcfc aad arofpam Voyage, aad a happy * Meetiag with his Moft Ser-ae Hijgrwrft rJae Pnooc of ** Orange, your tQaSrioas Cbaion.** Upon which they all had the Uoaoor of ld�as her Royal UJgaorfr'sHa�L IheiiMOTpararJeAffitality wkkwhaJthui RoyalH^haefs Metv*d the Refpefla of the Cotpcrauaa. track ihea msxb the a^oft agreeable Sjurpioe. aad ga�evthea> theataaot &airfaaiaD w DeUght, At Six the Tctva was iatfy iaasaiaatcd. and tbe Swung' conclnded with BctUixcs, riogbig of BcUs. aod other Deinoiulratioos of j07. , At Manningtree, and the other gnat Tom chrocgh siuch hnr Royal Higlusdswastopafi, tJtcSerem were all   tbe hue iampam on tbe Her Majefty ia much better. Lafi Night his MajEtly. acconspaayVl by cam Renal H^b-nrifa the Duke aad all the PriaccSb, ��sat the New Thca--ttt b the Hay market. 09 ate the Freach Ccwaedy calfd Timxm ^JlSjinttiapt, and afpeae'd gready pkascd with tie Pcr- . Vtblerday he Grace thcJptxkeel Desta^bnaodSar Wil. ** Young, fet out for Sir Robot Wafccfit s Sect in Xartdk-_ T'�e fame bay a Me&agcr was ^epech'd r^ithcr Iron .Why thill, wfrhXcoarrs ot g^at"laajnmaa-; Yolerday died at im Hoofe ia Warden-tax*, tbe Ref. Mr. l^pelwee. Mtniiler of the Freach Cfearch is Carlfe rlicrr. _Mn. Dcbifc'j Daugherr has fucrwdrd ber Motbcr ia tbe Tomofrow will be pubUs'd ia this Piper. J fartinLir Kug STANISLAUS"* fivm l>�*tzici; l^auB^aRciatson of the tWpraa^ Haxards he raa, aad y* Dasgcn hecteped, mtW^DUi.>�beiwc�iBsI>cpaiture ^ontttatCiry, and his ArrnalatUukc^sdeffiatheKiag r. ^ndEa's .Dotainions. }*ly 3. 1734 ; in a Lcccr trace by *un�f to a Perfcn of Great Dta^ctaca. This Eveniag will be Pcaaanat'd. ..7 t1* FVimch TtiATtt ia the Hsx-alAitiT, *RLEQtJiri ASTROLOGUE, tI J** 1:h��t�� Rotal ia Dttrr Ltst, *� RELAPSE, with The Daeit w P.r. *� Th iatii Rotas. � Covssr-GtiDEs, ^UMJRiOG v WALKS. waditheMocaDocToa-,T N1 l* Tuuris ia GooawAa-** iiii-t>i, �BCTf!. vwh|heNawacwa�cf.a. TaeTragedy of Jalros Ckaar, wkh the Deaths of Brans aad Ct�as, wilt be renVd Tomorrow, (with new Sceaet and Habits) at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Uot, High Water at t^on-Bridgt thb Day, at $S Minutes after 7 ia the Morning, and at aj after 8 at Night._ Yefterday Bank Stock was 136 % 4th*. ijc, a 1 half, tadia 143, 141 1 half. South-Sea Ttadiag Stock 80 1 half, 79. OkT Anauiott 1 oj 3 4ths, toa 3 4th*, a 3, without the Onrsocod. Dkto New Annuioei 104 1 bait, 103 5 4ths. Three per Cent. Annuity 92 7 8ths, 9a 1 half. MuLon Bank 107. African io. York BuUdingi 4. Royal Affiance 97. LondoB Aflurance it. New BatutCirculauon31.10s. Ptero. South-Sea Bonds 3I. 5s. ,31. Pretn. India ditto jl. tot. 3L 6s. Prcaa. Three per Cent, ditto il. 41. si. Prem. Eng-law Copper hi. Welfh ditto Books (hut. Salt Tallies, a. 1 1 hsfiV per Cent. Prem. _.      _ At the KING'S THEATRE in the ** Haf-Msrkct. on Sstordsf nest, the pth of Nowmber, ai'l be piewm'4 a New o PR Ra. wli'4 ^ A R T A iC E R S E S. �it 3n4 Bosct to be put rofeeihrr, aod no ftrfbat w U daitrtu without Tukc.*. hkh will be oslWcr'd thit 0*1, n tha Oulot in     H*f-Mailct.    han a Ouines each. Gallery %*. By bit MaMstyV CmmanJ, No Petfbai �!i>ir il-b > MarchaDi of Eappce-Sou4 at tbe ft id Theatie. Ha reribai to be admitted imo the Bom without Tkhctt, wbldi will be 4cJiwT� at the Bar of thcTbcstra at )�. aacii. Pi� )t. Osl. 3i. No Fcrfoo to beadmitied behind the Scenes, not any Moosy to be �ctara'd afta the Curtain it drawn up. To begin exaAly at Six o'Clock. Note, AU tbe French Plays for the future will be advertisM ia thb Paper and the Daily Journal, aae* in m tlbtr. By Command of bis ROYAL HIGHNESS. By tbe Company of French Comedians, AT the New Theatre in the Hay-Market., '*Z Tomorrow. bciocVtbe Kth Infttar, ail) be prcftoted a Cyawdy, L E   D I V OR C 1?: Les  Fourberies d* A r l b %vtt n : o *. The Cheats of Harlequin. Kl. Tbt C*m*�n> �iU cmi*n W A9 ntty Mmute}, \Vti*tfi*i, Ikmsflsjsmi fit**}, dmting ihtir SUf bat im tngltmd. To   he   S E EN, At tbt Black H�fi upon tbt Pavtm/nt in H'tft-Smitbfitld, from Itn in tbt Minting t� Six at Night, THE noble ELEPHANT, lately ar-riv'd t>om the Eall-lndki, and a Urge O STJi IC H |ull brought fraea SaUee ia South-* bary, bciaglh* i�o frcatcll Curiouaei ever Jcoowa io this Kiiigdoos, abuodauc* ot Quality and Cenuy daily te-kcu;* tofceihcin Note. Our Stay m\\\ be but Ihoft io this City. tfav. 6, 1734. ^7 y' MACI LOST Yefterday, between Two and Three o'clock, oo Fifh Iticei-hiU, a Qel4 Watch oiih a plain La re, the Maker'* Name Jofcpli Windmill. Whoever brh>(t it to the Nae'i. HcsdTaicraiD Lcaoci.uail>Urcu, Jhall b*ta lis Guineas Reward, and no Questions *>fd. M N. B. U had a plain black Ribbon to it. fjls T the 30th of Oftober laft about St. JatnnH, an India Shell Spuff bat checit'd with red, mourned iaOuld. plain Mini, a liiflil Topary'd, with a I'icce ot the iamc a>ett uo tne Tup Whoever hu reand it, sad will lying it 10 the Crowo CdFec-h  Uiaasatk'd i or it odcr'd to be pawo'dor fold, pray llop it, and give Njtica as aboec, and you ball have the fame tbvard. N.S. tin ereaier Mcward will be oftVd, �rjii�h~is already mora   Gnjham - CtUtgt, will item On Wedmjdaj tbt 13/6 Injianl, ai 6 iCIotk im tbt Evening, {If Twelve (hall have fubfcrib'd by that time) At Dr. Hoot'; Laborattry,  tbt Tw Blatk Bath in Htlbam-Rvw, Lincabti-Inn-FitUi. IN this Courfe will be (hewn, how all the Chyaical Mcvkinc* now in uiicem are prepar'd; the Ufr ot Oymiliry iu the lc�er�l Trader, whole Works depend apoa the Principle* 01' ih'u An. ia partiw'ar tb* fevers 1 ways of I'meliing- and ritaioK Mctala. and tbe Met bud of roakioB, hnays. The whole will be oeW'd ia focb aa Q*6tt. whereby the Alteraiion* Kradualiy or�doc'd i� the Sutiiauces wrought oms rnay bs|| appear, and ito liav^�co9CQti be moil cafily ucdc/liood, whKh have beta or may be awuc i� siatoral rhUoTopby by the Help of ChyroHtry. SUxaocs of tbeCouilcaiedclivw'd, �ud Subfcriptiooi tikto in, at Mr fadward�V Chynsifl. io Fettat'lsue, Fleet-flrect; at Bnk*ft Odsw-hoede near the HAyai ftl'JuoU ; aod V- the Ufldstlakfr't laOf*& iu Oftlbiua Cv.lkte, k^ptgei�'ltfei iheBufinea 10 be hem oik ti/i Ian. iaaaawt#ME� Halliwell, Attoraey at law, in Orw ajrby.Brti, MetroafawJsa.  - To be LETT ready furmj>% At Bury St. Edmond'sin tbe County of SnffoH^r THE Houle wherein Charles Downing, Efes Isteiy. livM. Hrqoir. of Mr. Phih> WiasattsasV at tka |a Bells io liury \ or of Mr. rilher, at tbeke*. air. WilfiavV jaC garden church-yard, London. To be L E%T T, In Brook-Street, Rat cliffey oppcjlSe to Stepmej-Caufeway, J1* A Very commodious Hoitfe for Boardcf^wiU*^ ** in, wuh a larfte cob-vtaknt School hatlt lor that favpalh, aai able to coottio two huoeied scholars, a� It lately did wl^ia a%fa7 f�flkm ol Mr, Grar, toferkae e^ Oseemav a arabw a^It^laat, t�tth other CMveoicncies. Jspao-hnule io Wet liny-ftteet. ra at Mr. To he LB T T, And enter*d upon immediatety, lately wU repaired,       , - Very good Houle on the North-fide of Cor�hiSI, Utc itrihc rot&fhM of Mr. Ralph Wsoa. Onaaajav dcteasU known by the Sign otthe Greyhocwd. jafaiea t^ThajiaW - TP M Hill, Efq, ovcr-aisainH the Crown a dkuilsTavtraaiic^BsaMayaaw. of Mr. ilmma, mwlctt ik hislloale m CrutOeaacedam^ e�itha gar of the union CoKchouto iu CornhiU, or at Wil* efaWt 'f-|u,al ' Ina b�ck Gate. _ _ f- 4 To be LE T T, Andjnte/d upon immediately, In Lincoln i- Inn-FitUi, mar Littlt ctnrn-fiiit, mat Dtir t$ 0 Stint -Cn/ttr't, A Good Houfe, four Rooms on � Floor. ** Esquiie at tit* fall Howfe. 4^ .* To be LE T T at a moderate Rent^JL And- entered upon immediately,  ~ AHoufe, compleatly rcpaiyd and bauofierL with a Vault and three Cefiars, Ittaeat wkh er waaaat'tais large dry Watehoulb. near tony faat ia Dmlh atd) waae tweatf fhot in hreadih, fuuaicd fit for a lieaaharg ilarthees. or tap vaswaatw Ttidcr. Eoquiie of M'. Gooeta laswfuft, gsatsoaar, aau aa ska Oeoersl rnlt-Office jo Lotabeni-tfreer, �-~*~ HAVI N G for a long Time padendy hctrd ibe ftaodatous Admt iiemto*. cahliaW by my vow Edward, agai"il mfelder Brottwr Ciuefofhcr flaseJaM*, 1 of my Failw'* Dufineu aodttetal,    ' �' " J"' 4t a.*feO*ihn*> tbtnmtmn wgtamjtf sM�SsaW�cpkaM kit tttntlK T t* whwa kr raaaaaairaera'oWalhtweataV lbnt*f% wtwbsn*n'4\ at ibjTims/asyKtbrft Atata\ arcf fwaw/e/WVAry mtmmmammWSf^umkmTi aaaaaji tbt fitmtr rati if bit Turn miktfr. ttifii faaeMi, aaataV mub Ma. fntgu, bu{ �/m. eWwyefaVreVi muthntbUcmnmumkul. . .JOfUf MflGHaasOK. _ ^   m' i____ T. _ _a. . *>.. _aas,__� * � 11 � Ml, Mining m the fssa/r MssyUtbtft OtaA. fffQgffg   pimcsii / treaW TtMatt. aim liatt ffeed (terfur Id tirfaw Jar caVataa parr Tincbbttb 4a mubjr Oat, Oat mint Mr. Jabm ami 4nmZ rimebbtcb W/mM fket, iswasM Wd aw� aVajr SaTL tbtfuUSuOtatm. UfcONalLD aa^aUTT Iworn ihe vh of May. i7l*. befcee RIChaRU aaocaa. To be SOLD by tbe Maker, At tit Old Caadlt Wartbmft, At Conor rf Ba Marigtld-Stair/, &mtb%mri, buag aff^tt. Stain.     _ THEvtrybeftTa * ofell Sues, aad defWd 'lifflUm fpkijsa^ Charge, as 4s, 40V par auaav^Jae are^'ta> uey. by i - Samuel GvHjAnl. N. B. aoy rcrCis assy depau. wajfiaaas. aa bf>g Mi  lUhjvvi SaaT ' T W P3   

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