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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 15, 1834, London, Middlesex                                I,Htm F. R ID AY, NfttiMitR' 1....."v"1 �� in-1�rvi    in- y, , it  i.....11>...... f> &e Jitter if ihe Dajlt Advertiser. SIR. '      "        " Hare hi:hmo�Jcciin'dln�kiT)gpcblick Mention of the Success which has attended royEodraroars to relieve the AStiati j bat the Tefttmwy of lb great a Man � the Lord Chief Baron Reynolds, and that Humanity, that gracious and tender Concern for tlie roJkfc ffrhidk dctetmm'd fo high a Magjulraxe, in tlx rcidll cf fo nucn Bu-Cccts, to daw op fa long a Caf-% with lit eats' la*-, is an Hooooi done    too great not to iofpire sxy. and an Fianiffe c^pabh'dk Spirit, toe bright WbacCoee, as I have the Lord Chief Baron's yea mul iofat the incktcd Letter and Cafe in and }xu �riQ very much oblige, S I.R, liar OaWiaaf Strvav, TfohnvA W.iltn. ,   SIB, r*T*HE satprifia^Gat* yoor Drop* have lately done On a � | Senant of urine, nukes-nas flatter mvfelf that an '� xfjfafiA: Acctssa of die Cirai-flancei which have attended *a� tasy he face f amnion to yoo, aywellasof Ufetothc  sat of the  odd, wfco nay thereby be discficd to aneffeftual �s s icry de^serate DtSemper, where the ordinary *lktifua� fc tcUo- feoceed; I have accordingly indos'd � caeOac, draw* op arid) an Exaclncfs in point of Fait, for  ewa_ I defer aayOwfit nuy bcloejt'daponas a Guarantee, aaiariattleaairdh/ fekmh to yonrDaipO&L I an, SIR,  J^^*aii Ja. Rcr*>oi.d  r�i dean ber Eye-lids, aod to raife them again-aocRar&raa�difpc&'d.to lie awake; her upper Lip was fcaeeei hn &xder one. wiich nw accefiaiy to be remov'd as �te as day a&gjgigrrVl cchcr Phyfick or Aliment to her, �W as Voss asrery tnattl^ft, and abnoft inarticulate,- and atttf poor Cnaicrc wu onder the utmci Agony ol Mind, **wtgbtx3 che CorGdcralion of the deplorable Cgruiition to Wail Sbe tecai iseritlf rafcc*d, yet &e had not Strength "�BE* b btr XScfc^ii to compre& Utc Glands of the Eye lb as: �wt�Tm: Her Legs aai Thighs were abiblutcly cold/ attend! aay Degree of Wamuh be produe'd therein by the featpi Af^ucaftoo*, and were by tbo>e aboat her thought to hesobrhr y-fw3Jii;aJS���i, ia which her Ltg� and Thighs had ��* ear au& racatdJe Share: This lali^J about five or fix aa�i i*� �*M McofcTng. after ber having ukrn iuaie Wob fcat�. �r-ucaVs tgiia to a Device tfjuj to what ihe had l iv, srJ t}Icir;-.^i� the Maid (uuod ***JskSaac ccue ttlkVJ.   Mii.*Rc>xolds upon this, Saftov fcfitt- fbM **** had it �'ic2r� as Opsaunn, both as an Emcttck and a ��=kk. d - its ��kncd w the bft Degree by her 5i�2 t'ac-jit cl Pav�ck, was iar t*cJv-IIou)> togctiitr Wi ysjfeaci is-e. atti ; ilis bowentf broaght down jfee,. J*aix. a�:.'k 2x�i� t�c i'ncc {jLot^with ionic Utile Itjegu-"�i^*3^tm& ^"Knais and flie toond hcridf vefy >r.-^�J : Thcrrupca Mrs. Rcy�>3ds, after a J*i hzauuLa:, xtpcMcd the Drop, and afteiwanb. in ^"iiteatr tLm til, bua which had then a much nuLjer . �%;! jicse cs tie Drcp> (which was the l-'orro the *�� ij{*c%ac}       then hiii for from Mr. W'aid, /jy *- *~ua a Vi'�ti"s Intmal �ach, (he has fines rc-*^iiiuaxij io t&r, arid wah ib tuuacukxts a Su;te�, ^ sar assca pcieciy well, iuadiftnus'd her Nirir, dirties a=y A�5juwt, fpeaks v�ar) iUAiacliy, walks u":i the Air abroad when the KtkZF7**'*' 001 �BfOI�c brr Needle, and da all fojts ol ' w>t*�r>r3tlt* ^*Cia ^^'t10    �ot rcquii'd, hatb a good j^p**** i-'.^dkia, irU ieJi ber Stucgtiias weUas htr * *** 54 ^ P0-11*^ lo ^ t^i^ied b oae who nZ~L try t:t /ujWJtrJiiuen.pfr, ar.J by the "^H^JacficituJ MtitoJs cf Ciue, ti-bicu flic Ja. RiYNoioi. IJl 7I^DNorth-btA>ofcw�rtryhard. Veftenfa*fertral Y V Ship* camt down aod faJTd through t but the Wind btofring hard, no Boat* cnhM come lioiw tl�cm. focatfttell thar Names. The Hrerton, Clark, ft gows to Dovcr-tfctr. Reauim in the Down* ocly tktShip for Calais. Yeaerdiiy both Hoofrs �f Parliaratnt m� a^ Weiltnintter, purfttant to their kft Prorogidon, and were further prorogu'd to the i^h Day of January next, whim thev are to fitfor the Difpatch of Bufine6� ailomerly mentWd.' We hear that a Squadron ttnfifting of eleven Men of War arc order'd to the Wefl-Indiesj fa the room of the fiv� Ship* which have been about three Yean on that Station: And . That Capt. Drgby Dent ffit� Comtftodotfc of that Squadron, Sir Chaloner Ogle hein^ to retain none. Lall Monday died alter a feng Jlloefs, at his Sen in Ihe County of Norfelh, very n�ch advane'd in Years, WaBer Bacoa, E(q; Member of tlfcnrefent Parliament forNomlth, which City be had reprefcateM fix Timet in Parliament. VlUrdax the' Lotas f nnijlswi n.....of the Ade^lrahy wera pleafed to appoint Mr. Ednwids to befirtl Lientenaot, and Mr. Hill to tie fccoad lieutenant of.tli Alajstty's Ship the' Grafton. _ ............................... _    ..... The Right Hon. the Earl of Cholmondety, Lord Licuwmnt and Cuftos Rotutorum of the CtXmty of Cherttr, has appointed William Wonnfl^, of Whitehall, Efq; to be Clerk cTihe.. Peace lor the fatd County, in the room or Mr. Tagg, a Place worth 3001. per Ann. We near that the Right Re*, the Lord Biflwp of Litchfield aod Coventry has appointed the Rev. Mi. Smallbrookc, his Lordfliip's Son, to be Chancellor of that Diocete, in the room ol #r. Raines, htely dcccasM, _ Yeilerday several Governor* of St. Bartholomew's-Horpital waited 00 Robert Wc/lley, Efo) one of the latcShcrifi'i ot thii City, to defita his Content to nominate him for Treafurer of the faid Mofpital, when he ww pleas'd to expreG a very great Regard for that Chatity 1 and it's brliev'd he will be choleiL into that grew Truft at the next General Court, which we bear will be onThurlday next. . , . ^ Yeilerday Morning Bradflia* Pelrfon, E% of Stokeflsy in^ Yorklhire, was married to M>6 Foote, of Maidllonc in Kent,' a very agreeable and accpmplim'd young Lady, with a conh-derable tortuoe. ' As foon at the Cctemooy was over, they let oat for Mf. Peirfon's Seat in Yorklhire.   '. % Col. Colby, General and Governor in and over his Majelly's Leeward lilsmk, having obtain'd his Majelly's Leave to return home on his private Amurs> will come on boardjhc Kingllon Man of War. '     ' ' Lift TuefJay died at his Houfeat North-End in the County of Middlcfex, George Crookbank, Efqiopo ol bis MajeftyaVJ jSticcso' the Peace ior the faid County. *"'    -     M Vellerday died at his lloufc in Lciceller-Fieldr, John Nor-' top, Efq: in tlie ConuniHion of the Peace fur the County of Middlefcx.  Or WoJndtJay died at Bafit, Mr. Gale, of Rood-Lane, an eminent Well-India Morcliant. - Thb Evening will be PcrtormM, At the Frbncii TiiEAt^u in the Uav-Market, ARLEQyiN era COLUMBINE, &v. At the Thbatri  Roval  in Duvky-Lans, By his Majelly's CwmwanJ, The TEMl'K^ At the Til bat a    RavAjt. in Coyttrr - G.nr&xh, .King HENRY the i'ourth, with thc'NecKVMAK^ia. At the New Th kathb in Uuo try. an's - i't uuds, The POND HUSBAND, with thr Is scromaucer. Yeilerday Bank Stock wns 135 3 4tr;a, 136 t 4th. India 143 t half, 143. South-Soa 1 ni'itQg Stock 79 t 4th, 79 5 Sths. Old A.viuitiet 1034 103 3 8ths. Ditto New An-nuitics 104, 104 1 8th, a 1 4th. j'hree per Cent. Annuity 92 i halt. Million Bank ^07. African ao. York Buildings 4. Royal Afluiance 96 1 half. London AiTarancc 11 7 S;lis, a i z. New Bank Circulation jl. 7s. 6d. a 10s. Prem. South-Sea Bonds 31, j^^Pregu Irith* .ditto 3I. 8s. Prem. Three" per. Ceiit". ditto it 15*. Prem. ' Engliih Copper al. Welfti ditto Books fhut. Sale Tallies 1 1. half per Cent. Prem. Admiralcy-Officc, 14 i'iov. 1734. rpHESE are to give Notice^bat in Pur- fitance of bit Makjtyi Utt Royal froilnmalion, mp Lo'Ji Cmmijjinun tf tbt Admiralty bo%c gi-jtn Dirt{iia�i,'lhat the R7 f Siiiw to SiHitins* b��y, Tc&g ifet (*o Csh:fi.i�� �Viei kiynti in Kr&J�n� aBo�jai.'*3 of Q?4i f �t Cceuy 4*ih %t* Lv-l-tt to fee   tm Matter, atr. VuitX tiowm, B evxer, of 1 iniUtii, �t b"�i N..|V(b Or Miti.ag, if tlx liUi Ctar/ will �oIitfTS�i!� !�> V�f. tnrve, t� rn'ift :ii.^tt F*�'.� t9 hit Vui.l^ltioo , iit,tr�i:'c �ho<� , null rt�*i:**Th� are.-----* N, fi. He it �buuc 6-c foo :>or*4 dnoa ted lluk W41 rrr�v tbt Smbfcnptiom     fir Cndthn J*r titer nrJe^viV mottfi *Lf$mth ComMn. H.B. Priniedei^tfth*J^&mmMm&k0VK*'l -   ^^*L0>*ytt*?V O^itttamyPttfrtiim 0-;CittdmW� . . . �  rtffica w Ire itoftfti jphtern riike,, �hkh vU.se aVIKetl Tdaaairow, atrtanOflM m ihe Mii-Mottt, at     a Ovct* ��b. Otllrry ��. By hit Mass sty*' Ommtmof, No rtrK)o> �b�tet� i� at �imkfl*4 bthiai CM Sttnr*T � i -  � _To begin *1 SiX fC&tjL- �        ' : aT the Theatre Koyal in Corcnt-GarrJCD, *   Tomotmw, btiff the Hthof !*emmbtr. will b; frtefiaaal P AS TOR   FID O, An OPERA, tuth Jkxr*t Jd�tiaut iMttrm&d �jd4 C ti o su'�.*'� x�. - Which will be preeetM hf , K�� dMiin* tiritJ a�fL clatV T E R P S I C O R E. rir am!        lo be jot ttfxthtf. �uS eo fttfcft* to l� tJeaVM u-{rhtut Tctc'tv wt"ch \&Ul K sSrat rj�f, at tt* OAct in Civcnr G�rim Thc*ire.a; tta-f a Cciaci each.  lirtt Cktkr| ts. per CiaUeiy 'is.--- iJ, /wMaiiitt'i CmotW, Vo IVtlt-n* wtia� a>e Vijun*ia f-*u*\J0 W,ARiEQJJIN crft  COLOMBINE, COLO MB INE crfie JRLE^JLJfN i Ui\EURE^LfX "'naUTOAGE. xl*   PROLOGUE. Lcs ANIMAUX RA1SONABLES., JfV/i ftvtrmlBverl^ivmnttofSingiaf em/D+etitf. PlMw tor 'M      rt; kukm at Mr. J^itou.*'*. Atuctunt �f Rappee-V�tf. �t iHi*�-Iwitau-- Nd i� a, to lj * ouHfJ nK<� t^e Im �a��� T��atr,ai�ar� aritt-be  * �>�* ihe TV* ie�? j�. aica. Tii }.. Oat. a*. No m r n c>    ^ i�nj'�tj bcl dKt tt�e auacs. t�r a*y atone/ utl reuira'ti *f*ct ihe fur�ir� i*'-'��U.-#-l�vi�ft  b�iOleics,&�<� "�nh�r'�t� H.ti. :. if.             ��' ��'^rs a<4 sJaa � little c.1 in. J .ci.. �h.�w H-cji r..4s.i. Mr. ti^tirt, at the C.ict nod R��.c 10 litl--e*U4U�, lili!ui��UiUi JU�*fii CtKeliinii* aik'A .____________ 1 � 1 4 �*4 |^ ai|�* Pmpci u. Coft.'iy lltcci.  a ttte Ctwr^c-f  * .u��n bmns. ts*$ fca�* �isd iu ?a_�c:t �is;. ._____._...__ Tu^l'iay or Wcdncfday next, *a* 4* jic,'.. *in> U\ tUe i:  . 1 o Ucx. i-t Vtib. HutA. o� t.jWit m){.<.^.(. ^Gootl Coach and fix 3b!c Hories let* IntUot. f,t Ct.tl'c:, !tlcU.-;i*.a�-. i. 4 riC ,7t �OMf |� taoijrr^ wjili JrU�� r. 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