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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 12, 1834, London, Middlesex                                jfrrieTf a�*rVif at AMf /** JiW. STdtarfeuy/a, iVWalvr.if; IB mm kni a depart fcr fetw Dm, that the Jt>*tJi ��rt itfohM TO make Rcprilil.fcriWAr.irfirWorm*, and would attempt to potfcli tbcmichrei of Hcaklbcfg, afadpait a Urge Body of Troop OMR t Mc that Rumour blowti  ^iW/. j. The hft Pott 6mt Zamofc brought Nt�X^m lkte hit been.* very caafidcraMe tattlein the f of Podehn* between 1 Body of KidTum under the at Oncol Ksitb, sod another of FeJt* eemmandad by ijacynfai, inwhkbt&cformerhad greatly'theDiT-ttH| tod one df their General Oftcertaod iooo kjea- lieWtAyp^feh^CdrfirtiiaUon. &xktt*i*. VvWn.E.  The Pdoi Rrcfhifr fcifti the IK** lh�Mornro�.  Rcrtuifl, Evaioti, Uatk, tor Hiatal mf 5hn* fie Calais. .*�* o tf. , |im|m aVrtiBaWataBj, Am lis Naptaliof the Prin* m*tw^�e*ltooV^� of Prtnltt, wra the Mar* g*M of friw*2wrji*ca^to tike Prince of An* sett, lb ia^jeayk rawjoraV a*4 PaaM lyUnitter* wen ,fe> irnuuxedonThaeentTfttehAt, atthe Revel PalateatPoti-daat, waw gtaat iiiaeafctaV Tkw PM^m ted in �710, and M�ympra Site aboot ten YcattofAg*. Her tbttelo^i^a ifo a^'d mtJw Print* of {Jtruitij to the. d^Bn^e^lipattfl&^i^ #^^^^ii^pBfi^^iJ|^^i^^p^j(swr �nsV.^^^iie^tpaV lesanw^Qe^Vs)^^ jaaawJ � fi^^ Ittiriitity Prince a/ BnMkvickrBcvcren. ISfe team add* hkPttfSan Mejeiy taring had a SMSiag in m CaUof hri kft L^i thelame came to an *ttau^eaca*eV ettriattfft apwo^toQatoityrf War*, uacewmch he haiheeataMdacafitr, the Load on bit iWWrfrsntdykfr and hit Riffrwaw^ freer. H�k\i-ffobot*K*J>gcm*m^pt* Gtmttfi aadr Rcftldtioa '�beJhitch Enjoy the .Baien de GiallcU, bAing arrivM tt Tmikm fiou HUbM the Riqg. fcr him toOatuJy io ta�to hiox atU.I^1uctt�*c iaotwitl *�feoork. Hu fiataficaajr. k one ol i^pcatct FarVMmei V thai Primpe, illaJ^4k^;ilinAjn .Vie* wmk �gtakQaitah^mai The MinjraH bthw able IS be pJdaotfct the 3ol�*npity of t% Uani�, �*j poiamnt b> the Phocc iteyai. The t^dWlnonppear �f *fawk, bot rt�o�* ttoy te-cthAltMt IklnVk WeaW in ha Bed-Ciumt*r. . TiJikJ thit tfe^pator at goiogio ere^ ateath�lcaorate iidafBaaiialie, inrne�o�ahcHoatec4rHe�Vt^i&l� whkft, ifMei aaafcea wty emii det Al eWar} anVJ that of the voung. Don Garbs Inhtat of Poitii^l, which was w,inief liAii, faat pftient ne avwe ulk'd of. Miry write Irom PatB, that fcreral Perlbna havt been aken a*rlfacof btfr, aadconittttudtoritf Bailihv under SuJpicion olbeiagSfaeiaa ineajp Oawa: ThatNegxiaiion� far a Peace ate tarry\1 on at Frwiiabh-, and Pteparttiow ler War in > fart of the EJacdoot i arid that the TrootJei ap-f ta Naplev, and the Refinance not forcieen in Sicily, - fat fending the propoi'd Simcout to -Morningthe 104 Peribas ledeem'd fromSlaWry * \hat ArsbatT/jo tbc^M^dMorocco, eight 1 fcnacrly hlaJcta of Shmr, cane hither from they lanaVd �WlwdoJl4taH inVl �ere dilkrU icanl mo the wddkfeHoda in that Wcighbcwrbood, and MfcaVd �ath afirca&fift by order of Sir Charka Wager 1 afcw tifc/ a rtt tueditfrrl to the Royal Gairden at St. Jimtz't, iMhalllMdry raphca^dn) view them oat of a Window, a�4|�iiccm: the Thanks and Blcfitogs which People redcem'd Sfo aak%rabfc aStatc of Life bad to �turo for hB Care and eeai. Abant 3 they pt&'d ihraugb the City, and were  ai^afbaDgdethron'd, an Infurreftion .jaaadeby h� bltckSubjedt in favour of Muley AH a yooogv Son of the latching gluley Abdallah had MnWd liaaaof edinas to hit People by hit Croelttrs and fn. hnwDiraaoBi. which coaified c��efW in exercifing hb awatrity every Day apoo a confidcxable Number of poor whokhclkheaKctf ata6troke, in a very fur. The tordi Cotnaei&nrr* of the Treafary ba.vi been ptrafed JW^H^Lhciiua, Huj. tobeColicclorofCorkinthe Kaajlanaof frdbad. in the rocm of John Lave, ^*fhe iaaalhnr Sbep. Cape Tweedy, bound from Briflol to was JoA near Camphicr, Rotterdam, with four Foot �l>w�r ia her Kuld. but the Men aU fiiwd. gO�Wcdaaaaay^NigLt laft died at Canterbury, after an wt-ajjaat1 ten fJayt. in the 66th Year of hh Age, the �^hfc-fefwCaaOmland, Minor Canon of that Cathedral y*wkot 41 Yeaf. fUBUx of the untied Pari&c* of St. Mary f*3''MBaadS( Andrew in the fiune City 2$ Yean, and ff~* of Hatfoaky s�o Yean i all which Livings are in the tofd ArchWbcp cf Cawerbury. ^Athajd. zs easiuect S�)gar-jBaker in Ditt�ff Lane, wa� 25** * ***       ago to >liSTi�a�picn, eWeA Daughter J*^*'nWTta�pfba, liUj.   fedfeid-R^, aljdy , llcrit and a wrejeafistabir Fouuac. I l#lla�aa\ WB> OadtiiafpaH > dt Silm t >�1 to^ak>>4o Q^bih' saw* �w^'  w�a laaaiV crch^aWt b Neck wrth Indent tefcW it, whic* ftw hadcompWated} bMllwwreaini ottt to^i towrw, Jht flang it by the Neclfc over the HctiM htto tie Gar**, wbt* the Child wat taken up, and crtitah% akv  The WwJaaai k taken into CVody. . .Th� rVenrng will be PerHrvaA At the Kivc'i Thxajte,!. b the rUv-MAaKir. The OMra fcf ARlTAXERSESr^ At ;tHe TiiiAtfaa Rcffjth to Ditir ht  LA lit, JULJUdCi^AR^witbrtK-^TatCviNOCitAMilt-Alo. At .the The at at Rot*u ia Cava mt  Gaan a ��-The STRATAGEM. At the Nitr ThtAtm k QootMAMVPiatoi,: The PROVOK'D HUSBAND, wkk tht Nataottaiicii. High W��r at f^ndoh-ltthige Ibk Day, � si Miautet *Rer,i2.IntheMotninS, gnd^ aftctia atykian.    . _  . ~Yetterdty Bank Stock wai 136. lik I4|, �, t. b*tt Sccth Sea Trading 3�ck �a t 4tH jut Mr' G#Aanm> itka to|. Ditto New Aanaitka 103 7 8tht. Tkrte p� Cent. Annuity 9i 3 8thi. MiUkm Bank 107. Afrtctuxo. Yotk Bondings 4, RdyalAffaiii>c�96iJaiir. Loadoii AX> fvance 11 7,8.hs. New Aaak Ckcalatian $U tea. Pr*�-South Saa Bond* %l 35. Prem. India ditto $t 71. ��> Prcni. Threei^Ceni�lrwaI.Prtift. Rnglih Copper it Wclfh ditto Boo&i fliut. Salt Tallies 1 * 4lh� fcr Cent. Prem. ,.   '   ' ,       _ ^  . Mihe-Offiee, Wiricliclkr-Street. TftftS is J$ jkoe Notice, thai� Ct*#r�/ C**rf ^W, wfZTAf fctftfrrwr #r#M tbvfotl* Ml*^ ** . *f*' tl+ Kltilhn Dhte�t fw tkt r**'**fi*g, h h*U*i*�, it hdi at lit AiUPbUi tbi, Dm fit tv6, *M .3�. fHo Ytnt* io, bca4pi(i�4 athMfci the. St�n�>, sol a�y Mooey ta ta reiura'd af:�r tU� rjufraiait drawn u�. ByCimmmnitfkii ROYAL HIGHNEI8, mkitbtb Ryul iliibmja tbi Prittffu AMELIA *nd CAROLINE. By tbt Cmpttny of Pr&ntb Comedians* AT the New"Theatre in the Hay-Market, on Tfaurfday octc,' baiag   Miatfdiy, TkwftsfotJ Fridsy, �uu*H iWlf Sj0) k*** �> *Hti**d._ Nrv. ip, 1714.      ^ WHEREAS a Letter )m been received con-t*mii^ 1 he GuM SnuaVavi U ely lull near Weilwyu i� tfcn-fordfliire; (bit it 10 give Naiica, ilut Feat* Qutiwa* (hail bepiilio il� rx'iVitroi i'. at ibe Wlitarkviia Wallyie, aDdthM ltwf� (h.tll hs oufunbs.Mcwaid. i� aaMcii QAilaS t*Utt %J ta� waaWk a� I * .Trallara be wa�iaW'�ia' eaafiettot' a em it s r of eHfkpfi ^JfirTwe^aJa^wi^aj iatkfl avhaiava i^lhttGw^ Will fcTilKilw, imnt ill ^ SMeain Nut ra( Stbettttt.at ih*'_, NwateVV, Chi liatifci ilaaWi � fafl     uMaViai   �� _ HIPnfk/fff.\.wJtkWkwm9r>-.---. aweabwX �u - fin JilW T ' la taanvtjaa, J^tSVi^S DESERTED from tf*m jte Cotapaa-n wiaaHo�.C^Cwa��l�,� �ilwaif h^eftiiSeiiB^ fiiiliaft ^Jealtg Wiuchetter, Feiar oteriot, M Taajanf three <^Rtnhiah*rthuMSiNtitWle�B Trad* � Baylor; of  o. ^Ifjtf �lht JKia^wCbtea, ini m Hole on On Lett fi�C.o �a what la hf     gl FaOkmatl fc* en- ' vi, -  � ,  f.i, � �...irT7!ai:,..ja.."-. 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TheTkwrsi*aTaof^eeVfafa,* I  OST on Wedne/day lift, Jbenraj � udr-aos nr.rh 4 dui-bW ui �� * % wkan 0� ioa m a l a^a, jot wisi aeiur at aa T���B in Wcfl-Soaiibbelii �s> My. *t*Jl�*>, *at� tt"^r,� Ct��pfid�i �r to &:r. tcateX TkrhV. cc n. a. Nofrc�M*a<�wwiaec ajiteat I" fi TttLj ata Va)aa fa A Good Coach and fix able HorJb $m **� frucD ib� Aae-tfi* ia *^ta��twy.t**4aA. ��iie�eei^ _ lalHot f^eCh�Uer, wb��CeMj  N��pori� wawhewa,,Xhinjir, aaij dyncx- tx wafenaafc fcato. ANY Pcrlbiidc^oustopurdufcBrick-1 ** eca> ibe Thawr*, wrhia Ux.�_� J L vMsa. wa#; h in* to Mr. Aaihwy �>iap5o�\ u th�a*'�;.> bei�*i� T��l�a tt* l��.er � tb� (eatflc ��fe�MefC*.i Temple-ear. tbowt |t*ta ifi lU Ef;8�t\ e* :��*b"e rcarO"atieTrar>. 1   

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