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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 9, 1834, London, Middlesex                                1 ^iiifliritimfiiipii Dealy November 7.      v. -1EMAIN, theDutchS%ferCsdh; Prince: of Wales, Dtabar, foe Georgia? Betty, LrgaroV ft* Malaga � Lilly, Tcrwntead, for ditto t tiak Fttgatc, Bbckborn, for JansasaVGalway Fri- fitr. Gahny, foe St. Cktidopho'j; itdorkk, Ellis* for Name Arriv'J, Vetei Trader, Hudfcea, atom Malaga ; and two others, for whose Names 1 mult refer to my next. Wind N. N. W. L ON DON. Her Royal Highnefi the Princtfi of Orange having etnbark'd onWcdriefday hft at Hamich for HoHawl, fcfld out of the Harbour the feme Tide; bntwas bartfly got dearot&e land, when tbc Wind came about to tbe Eafl, and a palm fcccraiaig, her Royal Highncfs ordcrM the Yachts to put back, and ao CMdmgly rcturn'd to Harwich ouThurfday Ercring. Yefterday a Meflenger vPss diipatch'd to her Rqya! HtghneS .with tetters from their MajrOits and the Royal Family. His Majesty has been pfeafcd to order one Serjeant, one Ccr-ond, one Dram, and twenty-five private Men, to be added to etch Company in tbe eight Regiments of Foot which came fan Ireland fane Months ago-; the Addition being to each Regiment ten Serjeants, ten Corporals and ten Drums, and 250 private Men; in tbe whole 2240 Men. His Majefty has been likewifc pleasU to order, that the Britannia, together with, twenty-five ether Ships of the Line, which were retir'd to Harbour, and were only to have^thcir "iGnnpowder taken on Shore to prevent its ledetving Datbige, Jho^nowTbe drfina'd, and pot into the Docks in order to be ItBttCO. TbeBirth-DayOde, by the Riev. Mr. POkiDgton, M.A. as it was fung to Mufick on Wedneiday Se'nnTght at tbeCallle of DabUn, before the Lords Joftkcs, the Nobility, ud other totals of Diftroclion of the Kingdom of IrcbttL _ Stat. /"> REAT, inexhaofted Source of Day, %j Bright Parent of the genial Ray. ." Unfold tby parcA Beams of Light, -And bring wittrthec, enlrv*ning Power! Each SUvcr-wing'd, each bmstul Hoar, lo/-crcating, rob*d in White. Jria. Luce thee Augustus reigns below. From him diffnfiet Bkffings flow, _ And cloath'd with Grandeur, Gk.y, Love, He emulates thy Reign above. Aria. 'Wake the Soul-enchanting Late, The warbling Lyre, the breathing Fmtr, And tonch tbe;VioIinto Sound: With Joy let e'ery Voke proclaim Geokce, theFav'rirrScnof Fasten With all exalted Virtues crovra'd. Sacred Wiirjoto, heaVnly Gueft ! And Juftice, Attrilxite divine ! Fix their Empire in his Breaft, And bid the fiinuVd Hero thine: -Who gives a Loibc to the Throne, And makes his People's Joy, hb own. Rtcit. This Day be (acred o'er tbe Earth. The Day that gave Augustus Birth ; For he abundant Wealth (applies, And bids neglecled Merit rue. Plenty, drill in Smiles appears, And Learning, beaotecos Child of Peace, Her heav'nly Form, debghted. rears. And Pleafure fports in ejery Face; That Bkfiings, which unceaung flow From his indulgent bbuiw eons lland. Let Proud epptefiirig Tyrants know. To blcfe, is noo.cr taan cemmand. What Mufr on in a glcnou* Light His early Excellence duplay, __^ When cloath'd with Terrors, thro' the F|ht He fpread Confufion and Diunay f Sec! fir'd with Ankxit to engage, TiJ; Bririlh Amnion pours along With an impetuous Torrent's Rage, And pierces thro* the thicket! Throng! Slaughter waflcs at his Command, ~~ And thouiaadt link breath hu Hand: The Combat bhv& wh re- c*er be goes. And wide (he purple Deluge Sows. While thio' lie vanquiihM Hoft, By kii intrepid Vaiuur let. Amazement, Terror, Ditvo.il fly. And Ftar, with oft-reverted Eye. . Goddets tt/wr. haile,-prepare-i The GolXn Wrearh lor Groues'* Braw, Geoice, more worthy ol    J ^ arc,        ' Aria, jfria. Jbia. Aria. Than all that &tture loi:    alhw-w j Tho* Brunfwjck's, aril a N^i'l - .Nam:, HavvElfd the loudcit Voice *: Ye evct*��'cJiful Guardian Pi... ......Propitious round Aucusrui w._::. Bid the fmiiicg, cticlir.g Hcwr*, Waft new Glorirs to hi-        :        � On him let cVry Blrthng rluw. That Man can hope, or Hcav'n beflow. Ueav'n, to grace bis Throne india'd, ^ Created, with cxncieA Care, Ca r o l 1 s 1, lurpiiEng fair. And tump'd I'crfcchui cn her Mind. Worthy over Heart* so rfign, Bcau':y's Hand thy Pctco diefl. The Gracrj ico, a blooming Tftsn, In e'cij Feature luiilc cenjeii ; E'ery Cha:m, aui Gift D.vujc, lives in Gsucicus C��  ; ist. Chorus. We aSc co rasje, propiuius Fate! Pecu-ur Blct^ngt fcr oar Sate, Tlut Plenty, Wealth, asi Peace may (mile, And pour Abidance o'er our ICe : But hc*r, O  hear. Hibemia's Pray'r, Freferve and g-^nl toe Royal Pair ; In that kind I'ea.'n wil! give us mere Of Gktry. Cirandeur, Wealth and Fame, Than e'er aJuia'd Britannia's Name, Or cva tied the World before. ^ teArnby dkdat U Hoofe in Gt�t Qucta-ftrtet, tUHow. Bnga^^cwiml llebart, Vmh ro the Wttht Hon. the Coun-als of Sa�bUt and the prdent LordHobart.- .       >   , Laft Thoriaay died at Uxbridge In the County of Middkfex, Capt. Philip Pom, aee of the Grooms of the Great Chamber ooiet the Lr.d Chamberlain of theHoulhold. Cijpt.ot a Troop of Milhia, a3^�isrvc)Tirofti�Window.L'^^ cfMlaoleiei. ........---.;'-^'. We, hear that Robert Wcflley, E(q'� dneoTthe tateSherift of London and MiddWcx, will be put in Nomination to be Treaiurer of Sr, Bartholomew** Hofpital, in the room of Henry Bowater, E% deceased. Yefterday the Right "Rev. Dr. Thornaa Sherlock', Lord Bilhop of Saliflrury. was confirm'd at Bow-Church, alter which h� Lordfhip was mtrooWd to his Majefty at St. James's by the Right Hon. the Lord Harrington, and paid Homage to his Majefty, who,was pleu'd to prtfent td him the Collar ai Chancellor of the moft Noble Order of the Gttteri in the room of Dr. Hoadly. now Prelate of that Order.    YeAerday being the Fefthral of St. Elixabeth, whofe Name her Cathblick Majefty bears, hi* Excellency the Count of Mon-tijp, tbe SpanHh Ambaflador, gave a moft magnificent Enter-tainment to the Right Hon. the Lord harriogton, the Earls of Scarborough, Grantham, Pomfret and Albemarle, and feveral others of the Nobility; at alfo to moft of the foreign Minillen refiding here, and to many other Perfoni of Diftinftt-on: The Dinner oonGfted in (bur Courfes of twenty.fix Dimes each.  ' The Right Hon. the Lord Southwell, who fet out Poft ior Harwich on Thurlday Monung to yifith^L^dy/up^n Advice that the had been taken ill there," met with Letters at Col-chefler, importing, that her Ladyflup finding herfclf much better,had embark with her Royal tiighncfi the Princefs of. Orange for Holland j whereupon his Lord (hip Yefterday re-oun'd to Town. ^ This Evening will be Peiform'd,    - Ai the^JKme'* Thuatm in the Hav-Marhbt, The Ore*>rf.ARTAXERSES. _. At the TheatiTb Royal in Covekt- Garden Tbe Omr* oft PASf OR^FIDO. . ' At the Threat* 1 Royal -in DkurvLane, JUUUS CAESAR. \ -i tio* fb�*t>ms of nmtmm m^witi ^�iHi fram ftrml Ptace* Amte amrioa'4 leiwam w>iiini|hJMt; ia the ACtnaooaj -at the Rrt tyoa "tywenofcClailnWaalM TpME Committee appointed at * rsUfl Plsats Hsmn .     ____ oh Thurftar Mtr. Mm tin un laftaaa, at lVwi Afntnopo, �t the Jeraattm turn a  an�vitv Part of tN f*H Keada.'_^ \yiyHEREAS Edward. Frith, h�e, VV ne�-Ci*6w�� Wt]�Cowi�y of 1 tafttat, raotivt iha I High Water at London-Bridge this p*y, at 5if Minutes after 9 in the Morning, and at so alter 10 at Night. \  '      - ... Yefterday Bank Stock was i;6. India 141 3 4thi. South-Sea Trading Stock 79 1 half; a 3 4ths. Old Annuities 102 7 Sdw, a 3. Ditto New Annuities 103 3 4th*, a 7 8ths. TK* per Cent. Annuity 91 1 4th. Million Bank 107. African �0. York Buildings 4. Royal AlTurance 96 t half. London AlTurance 11 7 8tbs. New Bank Circulation 3). 10s. Prem. Soom-Sea Bonds 3I. 3s. Prem. India ditto 31. 6s. a 7s. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 2I. Prem. EnglMh Copper zL WeUb ditto Book* (hut. Salt Tallies, 1 3 4ths per Cent. Prem. Hand-iiwHand Fire^Oflicc. SpHE BireBon give Notice, that a General Miffing ef tie Cuitribatart pf ibt /aid Socittj villi bi btld at their Ojjiie in Angel-Court in Swnu-Hitl, cn Tbur/day tbe hi 4/6 Injiant, by Ihret in tie Afttrmon, where all tubobave infiareJ are Jifirtd t� be frejent. N.B.  It* tltHhn t/DweUm fir tbt Year enfmxg, by baEstimg, trill be held at tbe fame Plate tn Monday tbt nib, , Ywjdai the 12tb, and Wednejdai tbe lybfnjlant, from Nint to T-wrlve in tbe Mcrmng, and/rein three to Sim in the Afitr- "TTH E Annual Feaft far the County and City of * Ox/trd, will be held at Stationers-Halt, near ludgate, on TbwrfdaylibTTip Infiamt. Tickeo may be bad at tbt Fin* Tavern, Ho/lorn l tbe Bid ford-Arms lawn, Cogent-Garden; tbe Wag's-Head Tavern, Cbtnp-pde j tbe CnjsKtys Inn, St. J$n's-/lrttt i Mr. Tbomat Sexton, Surgeon; in Bj/bofjgaie, nearWidtgatt-alley ; Mr. Cranliy Ktrby, llaberda/btr, at tbe Dove in Bi/boffgatt jlrctt ; and at Mr. Jebm WU&nst.Mt tbe Fox in Sastbamftori-tmt, Quun-fyttare, OrmondJlreet. ~~'    *~ AT rjic JCING's THEATRE  in the n�f Maikct, u,i� Day, the ?it� of November, will be pcrform'd* New opera, call'd A R TAX ERSES. *it �i4 Boxes to he par fpfcibcr, spd ito Pcrlbuio be �dmi�fed wiihju: Titken. �hKh wilt be dtH�er'd ihii Day, at (he Office ,10 itw Hai-M�ifccr, *< halt a G.uir** each.  Gallery 41. By his Ma 1 e sTv'r Command, No Vcsiivi arharevo co be admitted behind the Scenei. To begin at Six f'C&tt; Tbc Sil�er Ticket* �UI bcdeli�c<'4 to the SuWcriborr, pifldg their Subiripti-JiJ a: ib� Office m the rtay-Mifket." ' By tbe Company of French Comedians,* AT the New Theatre in die Hay-Market, <� vco;Uy Kit, being (be i ith lultaot, will tw ^ict'eaieu a CsmeSy, c*.'"d La DOUBLE INCOSTANCE : Oil, Arlequin amla Co%r Malgre huy. (o <*hich will bo added. Lr / NIMAUX R A ISO N A B LES. . tVith (cvcral Eutetuinmcnu of Dancing. :  (, be a tuuicd ;om the Boxes without Ticket*, wbic > will be ^'  r 1 at the fin ot tbeThcaire at f . c4Cti. I'tt 31. ':>*\. it. Sit j it * "> b �i3miitcd betiiad (lie Scenes, iwr aoy Motu.-/ 10 tic ir-.oro".   tiwCiaad/atltcr t. . Jeremiah licet* ul Sheffield in Yuiklbire, ia Jaae Ulf, tbi* toacquaux him, that it he will eoino to Mr. l 'i alorefsid, ot gi� Hoiiu^tvlbubeiaar be fpalt* wiifl, lblll h>��aOiunca KfWird, He ia 1 j Ycajs ut *|�. with ink btowu aiir. T�eB�y lA, tewg tucaTh tfxvontof ic^t. tHiysjb)* Ctuftwar ietbaCowrtfy of MMkfct*! tbt ath taAaat. nwiMillltr . r-----ptyshl* toJohaCatweil and ( �?!*. C. im oot ditto, aooL payaowto" � Not. i7|4,M.4&J orwditfOv tool. paf�MM� , pay. a Nov. 1734, C Wa \ and ufarvile m mHS* -btir* lh� Propelty of a^otr Heh\ aad bath tm with tbt fatd Nottaand Money; Thtsw tberrfiea to*a whatfortr, not to take anf of thftsV       � *W the lame, and      Natitaj to ^ DarU la Cross Baok. ... -     - N. n. raymtat b Soft at the f  OST from a Coach, in________ 1^ Kinglloa in Swy, 00 twnhtf the �1 latWat, o'clock in tbv Afmnsoon,  Tomu OoU WawL tat I Marfoo. ont M�(Wt to the Number, bar rbiatJtots)!* wi) bring .he laid Waub to tbt Bar at Witt's Cofcas) fl�� hsve SirOumeis Kcward, andao-Q^tioaia�h% mmmm STOLN Yefterday, out of the William Da��6�, H�i�-1�>l�r � tfcmwwn*1 *�fV-|jfel la>e. a Suit of item Damask CoataHfhvOswn �Wji*t tuKllring, the I'etticoat Uo'd wiiha^y'd^iea^.aiidl igM "ring Ni^hf-Cown, hk.�d with � g��* ftwff, *� H! pawn'd, pjayttop them. a�d yoatha�l haw Or* Ospjlf STRAY'D on Sunday Mornuig -^ ----^------"*."w-     - TOiwi at  mkinjuii, a bay ( pw^irw^willdBftrihrtbt Marku, irnl pay ih�1 have him again, .by �it|a1riag �t the Roy4 Otk, *" -A N Y Pcrfon deflrous to purchafc ,    '-Ofjr the Tbatnrs, wiihin C�t�n MiKa of lew* big to MivAnilwiiy kympfon, at tbeMavnaw nffii an between TweW and T�o,oe at the Tempkt f s of *tt. aaJeh Oiaon, T deceit'd. tiiou u by the kiftu ut (be Creyb��*�V lM|*ee of llilt,. tPl. orcr-a^amll tl* Crown a d ttuliaTents* a*ChaMS ut Mr. Thoess* iMwIcit ar hitllouie 1-1 Great Otm al Bitai,"ea 1 Bar of the UahM) Cofflefiuufe 10 Cwiull, or at Ws�Ta agai " *    * luu bsck qaic. To be L E TT, And enter'd, upon immediately* In Brook-Street, Ratcliffe* ep;c/I(e to M Caufruay, A Very commodious Houfe for Boarders,' in, wilt" a laig* c4tt�cotcr( Schoul fc*i e tv-e >b�r tatv. able tacoo(ain two Tiuo^tei i�.h;'.,�. u it lit*./tf^J xfcijr ta u^, t-u\)� ot Mr. Cray, lotttbcr �itb Oardcua.  ii*^ as4 ttay-, wi'h other C
                            

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