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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 18, 1834, London, Middlesex                                M O N D A Y� NovtMii ft .1.8; �' 1734. NcvtJrber 15. UST armM from HoUsnd, and ^cing to fas-, Suet*'*, Weight,  for "  " Vip ror Cadi* i 1 ' CuTKf.   Remain, the Ship -Nathaniel and Join, Bclfey, for Liflbon. Wind E. N. �. ___Dr�/, iV�i'. 16. Ycfkrday in the Afternoon laiical, Succc-6, W light, for Goiney ; Nathaniel and John, Bclfey, for Lifbon.  Remains in the Dctvm, - the Ship bound far Cadiz. Wind E. L O N  D O N. rfe Ma/Ay bas had a very great Cc!d, attended with a f>fc fern, bat taring made ate of the Bark, is in a fair 5. of R�o�it.  Her Majrily Us rot at yet apprar'd in avgcA  The Rev. Mr: Chamberlain prcarh'd Ydkrday be-0 her pmate Apparunait.-n* Wind egt permitting the Piincefs of Orange to embark 4 Harwich fcr Holland, tier Royal Highoef* intends to go jftWIy the Way of Flanders, and purpofcs to embark at jijwfeCabisTeroctrowar Wedorway: Her Royal High-~ nl* Tbaiuo at Gravcfend, where lire wa� expend RANXRVPYS, RIlrn Kidgell and EJsubcth WOlcy. of Swka-taatktt, ton don, MiUiners and Partners. !i Waiiam Milkr, late of Srnkhfitld, London, Viatatr. . .High Water at London-Bridge (hi* Day, at ts Minuet after 4. in the Morning, an! 38 afar 4 ift the Afternoon. Saturday Bank Stock wmi 36 1 half. India 144. South-Sra Trading Stock So 1 8th. Old Annuities 103 1 half a 3 4t^s a 7 Sths. Ditto New Annuities 104 ^ fealf a 5 Sth� a 3 4ths. Three per Cent. Annuity 92 1 half. Million Bank 10?. African jo. York Building* 4. Royal AiTunnca 96 1 half. London Afluranct ti. New Bank OrcolatioB iL 1as. 6d. a i jfc Prero. South-Sea Bond* 31.Prom. India ditto 3L tot. a 121. Prem. Thrtt per Cent, ditto it 18*. Trerrt. Bngliih Copper tl WehV ditto Boob Otic Salt Tallies I 3 4th* per Cent. Pram. \ '.. I At IS* ha� >*-! tint "fee*. was* *r* gkiSfcl - G*�V (*�* �h*V 3u&n**  tab* jr a�J* A. Webntf tiot hit Serene Hrghoc�i the Piinte will meet her *C�tih �ac�iaMuey her Koyal Higiuxtsia her Journey Una* flandm to tioQaod. tier Royal Higbach wiU be to the f roctki j of the Nerbcrianda by tevcral Partita ^fnnCliTiOOfa. and aforwardi by thole of the Emperor. giian%Chlw�na4a>Ay will likewifc fend a Nobleman to tnfhamber      Highn^nfon Ins AAMm France. blf^ety ha* been fnantd tonnVanqi tan Right Hon. Xhnw�adon-Wf&t�i)rrA, Baton of Mateav MitflMgiurjr in Carl and Vi&auenof Cicat-Britaia � and a Patent is |aj^|npariag to p>� the Great Seal accordingly. His Indajp �a> aak a Knight of the Bath at the Revival of that Oatia 1715. and in 1728 created Baron of Malcon. 0|Wtc&^hy Night taft died at Bath, after two Days Jfcei the Ris&i Hon. the Lord Edward Powis, fecond Son gAa Ifanjina of i'otta, coousonly enU'd Duke of Powu, his Inns keax So wrilrd br the late King James during his �s2e. Hit Lcrdfluj) married a few Months ago the Lady Bonttta Wild^gravc, only Dabghter to bis Excdkncy die {adof WaldrgrjiW, his Majetty'a Amballador at the Court of |pan\ whom ac b*> left vt lib Child.' HaJUajrtr ha� ban pleased to iiiue his Conge de Elite to JarlkMi and Chapter of Bangor, to elect tne Right Rev. lakt it God Cb^.^i Lord BifluK of BiiUdi to be Jfifbop of mtS*,mid by we I'ranflation of the Right Rev. Father in GntiVTtam* Sbetknkto the Bilbcprick of Sirum. tnl f rifay tat Lunk of the Admiralty were pleas'd to ap-tthtCnjl Raben Sitcfticg, to be Gwrnnander of his Mayfly's ^^n^tointCapt. Rohan Carey, to be Commihdcr of ftattBtffciil the Rev. Mr. Samuel Brady, coke Chaplain ff fc�lfaj.3j's Slip de Capuin. ?t*8i�y the Rsgr.: Hen the Lord Sidnry Brauclcrlc, Bro-djoritbt Grace 1^ Dckc of St. Alban'i, lay djngeroufly ill aftbSaaaPex. OaSsbpday NJght died at his Hoafe atChelfca, John Ornhttft, E^: iatne 97th Year of his Age. >Ye�adiy canu- �.To�n in good Health from Oxford, the If* Dr. aiaddV^ca, one of the Candidates for St. Peter's '(ataV. ' : CkStnadty Morning dird at Windier, where be had been aVatlSaxlVceks, by the Advice of htsPhylicians, for the faaVaf the Air, George Jcnktm, ESj; an eminent Dutch MsdnatinSc Mary Axe. |TaiGcsxlraon ittun'd by the Sheriff of London at a frcond F7� and to wtofc to^uixy the Commiffioners for making a fcny af a8 the Ofikcs. Oaks, &c ia the Court ot Chan-a^iaanuxnded the Offices of the Six Clerks, the Sworn At Waiting CJeila, the Clerks of the Iitrolknent, the OttfccftaeHaaapej, aiad the Clerks of the Peuy-Bag, areas Admiraky-OfRce, 14 Nov. 1734.  THESE are to give Notice, $bat m Pur- " -fj ftiatttt 9/ hit Majtfii iattftq*! PrtcUtMiU^ *t,l*rd* Ctmmijfiontn �/' th Admiralh Uxt ehtn DirtSt'ow, tb*t tt* RV Asrr *t*i�Jl tbtNamt off*ch hit* drkteVti tu M*> --, j--,-----DV,""^ fi* ja- ,.T .---........ frrffrStifj en or itfir* th J^ib Ittfm > **d thai tby tvill b* rt-tiUtr'ti Jhm tt* timts tbyOo fi tt/ptSknlf rttvm. By Ctmmtmi oftbtir UrMiU. J. flURCHITT WHEREAS h an A3 mndt in the #bTear rr 9/ bit frtfmt Majtfyy it h n*&tit tb* iftjftir fit 94th D"y y^WM �7)^. ay Mafa$fHair-P0**trt tr mj ttr-fumer^, Piiuktmaktrt $arbtr+ *r atay StUtr tr Dtmlrr At Hah-PimJ(r,Jbdtt matt, � nu/t ft b* mtutt, nay //awr-ftrw/ir, ivitb any MattriaU vd>mtfet&trttb*t th*� Sttartb, tr ffPmdtr tfStanb, ct^Xiet &>jf m*dt tmtSnnk, ^JuSmfi, fill, tr efftr to fiU, am Hmr-Ptwhr fi molt, bt,Jbt ar tbry,/imJl firfiit tbt Stuntffaitmf PmA. And 'wbtrtas CamfUhtl *4 jx*i, l^.DeGtoo. lir-O^kfi^Grj. ilr.ThoW 11a d*icke vkk.Deahzm H loitcctJ ltr.WStam Hataxke, 1 :ke, I cod, I Mr^Jognun, Mr. Jo.'.n Jefler, Mr. Theodore Johnlbn, Mr. Lloyd, Mr. Thomas Matthew*, Mr. John Mitchell, Mr. Gabriel Neve, Mr. Solomon Fenny, Mr. Tt omas Prince, and Mr. Join Scott. TkcNajMCi of tus dnnem Commanders of Ships, who, J**3tfe3ar*;-m*e ibdeeoind from Morocco by hi* Majeily's arc as {qUdiv feCfciEt}. trdPiria-, jnnnaWe^co. GnwBaykyi n�teGra�r$, JdnBW.. Nicholas Wsdge, Jawcs Howrll, Kkhird Couch, * William Mathews, * Fin-John Alien, * iidv.ard Bower. t      The throe US died in their Paflagc. a Mak- lioufe bekogin^ to a Parmer of confi iJjhkNajtr, three Alj!r� this Cde of Bjfhop-Stortford in Hen Fuc-ani was burnt to the Ground, together ^-OeBana, Oil-houlb, and teveral Ricks of Corn and (*�f*n*ifc fixtcec Cart HcrCrs, but with great Difficulty. . Tiis Eveoiog hUI be Pciform'd, FatjtH TuiiTti in the Hav-Makket, York-Buildings-Hoyfe, 14 Nov. 1734. THE Governor and Court of Ajfijlants of 4   the Tarh-JluiUingt CtMf**fd� btrth ghot Notkt^ Ibat � ...� ^..�..>pany laving on ibeir Fmrit txttittdmm jmflj___ agreed ok by bott) Partitt far- fttfting tbt fait! Pimn into Exttmthv, a Subfcripthn-Btnk h now optn'd at Ibt CtWtanfJHcttfi tm ttmcbrfcr-Jfrtrt, and tbt Ccitrt of Afffimmti vMatttndom tway lutfdau It'tdMOai, ^bur/dpatnTfrUatt !* nxryWlti,/hit Tm oXtuA hi tbt tlotning toxOm in tbt Jfltrmon, in ordtr to rt-eeivt the Snbftriptiom tf tbt Crtditwt for tbtir rtftt8t>vt Di-mands ufan tbt Company. .      1 < N. B. Printed Plant of tbt faid Apttmtnt nxillbtitH  btrth efvtNotirt, tb'at tbty will pay fix Montbi Annuity nbom Wtdntjday tbt \\lb, Friday tbr iitb, Wtdntfday tbt ittb ami Friday tbt ZOlb Dap 0/ Dtatiber next, btfiwttn tbtHmrt of Bight and Ont, and en every Friday in tbe forenoon afhrioardi, *t Mr. Grttnit Chamber1 in Sta'pfi'i-Iun. dnd alt fntb Auuilan/t nifbo/t Nominert tannot alltnd, or art ml ftrfonaOp invum to tbt faid Mr. Grant or ant of tbt Trmftttt, art dtjtfd to bring a proper Cmifkatt of tbe Lift or Lives oftbtir rtjptfiivt Nomina or tiolninctt; and tbofi tubo claim any Anmitf by Afignmnt, jot by any laft Will or Admimflratio*t art dtfird to find fdeb Jfligtnunt, Will or Adminifiralim to tit /kid Mr. Grttnti Cbamfort fortbtxitb, to bt enter'd. ;      L__ From the Hofpical nestf Hyde-Park-Corner. Noyeriber 18, 1734^ JtfOTfCE is hereby given\ that a fecial Gicuetal *^ Conn *mll,be biU'iotrt'oa Friday tbt i>tb of Dectjnkcr next, at 10 0'Cluk in tht FottkOOtt, OpM Mtrae/dinary AJain rcLtting to tbt faid Ho/jiilal. T. Smith, Secretary: AT the KING's THEATRE in Hit? 4* Nay WUSSE CCKiUETTE. A nt Taum Rotal in Dru�v-Lane. MttJ-l��   -  _    _______.     _______    . . a*^hel!OTH�R-lN-LAW, with The Bunco Master I*1 �he TntATae Roy mi. in w wiia ibe. Open of Flor I At n\a Ntw TatAiat in G iJJiiEODOSlUi, �.i;niJairAN Co*b st - Gaaw f. n, (a. UOPMAM'i-Fl�LOS, Comma*! of lis ROYAL HIG1 A^tbtCom^tfi^bCom^M,t T the New Theatre in the-Hay.Martteti^ ^tfci.Da�, bnn* tW tttn lattaat, �� bt |i ninf� Cnnsft La FAUSSE COQUETTE;. ......o �, ... At ua.uiN Magi c 11 w. To wWch     bt a**�\ A R LE dU IN   HULLA. U lib Jtvtral Mnttrtaimmmit tfDmmtim. bt rttitera at tht B�t�f meTbtatrrat jt. ���*. fit la, Ont j*7 many afeer Oat ctotai* U *w�o ��, Tt kgtm mt&t iCM* On Wtdhtjamt mitt mailt bt fmhmi m Le TARTUFf Bi Nnta, AH taa Plajrt fee the fkuxe �tH he adnrtts'd indnn Facer and tat DaJy Journal, mmiim tmttbtr. for the Benefit jj/ tbt Author /l4(p Mao Ca pt a i k.. AT the Great Room in VHIers-ftrect, Yora> ** Buw f�, Tenwrre*, U^TxmOtn �b� lata of flewmbir. Will rt prtfcrtrJ  traf�4}, ca*M ' OTHELLO, Moor of Vemct. Writ,** fy SttAnttra*a. ' Tbt Ftrt of OtUUo 10 U'stiawnitta fet ,h* AmIw of On hanv To arfrch w/S *r aided. T **** * �a?aJ K;ne of �r� Aft, KaU'j The MAD   CA P TAX N. tfub fixtrmt Aittratitmi. Aad a New PaoLocvt and firttoevx. tuit% j a. fn a a. r� bept ekjBtf at *� o'Ctoc\. At bis JMajejifs Hear-Garden in Hockley i* the Hole* ,    . This prefent Monday king the i$ib InJJarj, will be a great Vafs Sfort. lft,TWO Dogs to fight ten Lctgocscach ae 1   th-fimw� ani iCittoj      (or �m a'Oufoea each.  Callcry it. By bit Ma j *        Cmmand, Mo AxCiOk wUterer to be admitud bchma tt# Saenet,  >> _ To btgin ml Six o'CLck.      By Hit MJjfE S TTs Command. AT the Theatra Royal in Covent-Oarden, 00 W�a��Wiiy ��i �hc aoth  #mber, mil b; pjsiiaied PASTOR    FIDO, An OPERA,   ��� to b= put igciber, uwf'no !'���)> to fce idixAittd vitbout T*�� icpt t>. r.tco �i tialt a GinVarath. * ri>tt^a)lr/| 41. Upper Oai:*ry tt- *  M a t u � t �'t Command, No fc<|�i.�^tei 10 be adujiucd bchuxJitjitcre*. Pm$l^i*tetbematietft^ AT die Brittlh Co�fee-hou( ca {�r'4 topnAlgJ ^..1-4-, tfchi, hre ciprdttkoily aad ttwMr ta��ht hf ah* laka^li-THl TO/J?a^r^to^m,y^* */�^^nSSn�T Malf 6tn or fit rerfawi may ham *�? odm ttnmilndr awTZi Mathematkka tfaiawDftratai aoyoabw Haxhc, ftaat Att��xJai'�. r *^      *vt- MONEY lent on Mortgages of Lands, tie* *�* a, ca.'. �T a ��>i �/��,. ia^?� caoad Shape. Whje�e> ha* fwwj f.'c        tei      tetj^mTfuE �aAettHiK,a trt'frioVb Sr. S*^a..lkve a�tt teSLXilr tbilHava Twenty G*et*t kwua^, aaa    tjiettwtaaai'Vl       ^* if ofcfViftbcw*V4orfiti. tr.yK3p,b* afcJwViNaka. OST h(t Wcdncbiy Night (a$ fuppos'dj "pot?;i llyi� �'itM.___ LOST cn Tucfdiy lul the mh InftanT^ she nial-p;tte. w t, � �,b:a . u..^j�^l2 Waict-ma'-a: io Cacha^e-aiieir. Ih.li Late titi- c";      ".�*��. LOST on WediKfcby ^^HiiTl^rz AdviTttfements in tbis Paper of a moderate Length art taken in at Jknr Shitting, ucb.   

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