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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 19, 1834, London, Middlesex                                TUESDAY,  Nov e'm b t it  19.  1734. i ' This Evening will be Perfarm'd, -a/WiWv arri-j'if Afi�7 from Frame. \ At the Kfi-r.'j Tm 1 at at fat the Hat-Ma*�t. Y$er�ay arnoa a man )T*m I The Of   a of ARTAXERSES. At Ihe TntATAE  Royal in D*��T-L���, The MOURNING BRIDE, with The lurmowixe CrlAMftERMAlh, At the Tmeatki Royal in Covsst�Caidin, The ALBION QUEENS. At the Niw THiATRt in GooDMAsVFittos The FOND HUSBAND, with Bhitanma. At the G11 sat Room h Vuitu-STiiitr, OTHELLO, with the Mao Cai-tais. Ycflerday Bank Stock w� 15711 AJtb, 156 1 half-141;, 144. South-Sea Trading Stock 80 1 half, **. 81. Okl Annuities 104 a t 8th. Ditto New Annuities to;, 104 I 4ths. Three pet Cent. Aaawity 9U. Million Bean 107. African 29. Yotk Buildup 4. RojrtlAffuunce 97- London Afliirance 12. New Bank Circulation '31 ij� Pram-South-Sea Bomb 3L ea. a 6t Preaa. India ditto 3I. t is. a 1 is. Three per Cent. ttitr* al Prep. EneUfh Cooper 2I. WeUh ditto'Booki (hut. Salt TaQin t 3 4"� per Cent. Prt�. Nitpks* November 2. 1 H E Air of this Country firerts to agree t*ry well with the King's Conllirauon. His Majefly enjoy* a perfeft State of Health, aw) continues to apply' hlmfclf I with great Affiduity to publtck Affairs. ! AH Matters of State, as well Civil as i Military, aredifptch'd in his Pretence, and he gives' Audience three Day* a 1 Week to all manner of Perfcns : At "" -      other times, when Buiinefs permit?, he aires the Direriion of Hunting. The Governor of Capui kakk oat flill; but hisGarrifon decrcafes every Hour, both by Desertion and Death, the Scarcity of Proviftons, and the bad QgOtf of the BreaJ, having fpread feveral ratal Diftanpefs among the Soldiers, whofe Allowance is already redue'd to one Andof the ufaal Quantity ; fo that Count Traun the Governor hat been oblig'd to order all the Inhabitants, who have not a track of Provifions, fufficient at lead for a Month, to depart the Place ; but the Spaniflt Troops which form the Blockade fcfcfcre it, are vrry vigilant to prevent all fuch Peribns coming ant, as appear to have had nothing to do within but to help lllnWoWPro^ RtduOiou uf Uui fbxe it now no longer doubted. They write from Sicily, that , she German Governors there are likewifc fo extremely formal, dot they make his Mcyefty's Troops %vait at their Gates, not-wkhflanding the Inclemency of the Weather, and infill upon tie Ceremony of a Siege before they will open them t and that the Duke ot Bitonto is preparing with all Diligence to befiege he Citadel of MetTina in all the Forms, as likewife that of Srncutaand Trapani, the only Difficulty being to determine which to begin with, a^l the three appearing equally dangerous th the Enemy's Hands. The Duke of Bitonto bat done a very fbpufar Ad in abdlifhing the Tax upon Visuals, that Impofi-tV� immediately affccling the common People, who heap their ftMbgs open him for h wherever he pafles.  Pirn, AW. 24. Letters from our Army in Lombardy cf she 12th Inltant fay, that, the Weather being again fet in for Ram and Snow, there was no Poffibility of Keeping the Field any longer, fo that both Armies had been oblig'd to take Qtnr-Brn, and there had been no motion fince the laft Poll. |o the Lift of the Preferments of this Week, we have nohing kit tleName of Fieury: 1'he Abbot de Fleury isprcfented to the Abby of Royaumont, worth 1 zcoo Litres per Ann. the l�uash de Fkury is to be made Camp-Matter Cicneral of the _   Bortc, Sx. Dtal, Krj. 17. Remains, only the Ship for Calais. Ini Ealt  LONDON.  Tie Fleet in Commiflion this Summer under the Command J Admiral Norm, Yke-Admiral Cavcodifh, Vtce-AJniiral Stewart and Rear-Admiral Haddock, confuted of s6.Ships of fhe fine of Battle, and 3 Firc-fliip*, 43 of which are to be Raotd, anil with the Fire Cups ready to put to Sea early in the %icg. in cafe lui Majesty's Mediation has not the defir'd Effect 'inter: His Majclty had alio a Squadron of Men of War lathe Mediterranean, and another in uic Weft-Indies. They write from Po ttmouth, Chatham, and the other Ports, �Vat. La Majcily's Navy is in exquifite Order," and that they csttd fit out with Lai; and Speed, upon any Emergence, upwards of 130 Ships ot Force, besides Frigates, Sloops,- &c. . Btfidcs the Britannia, which is now rctitting in Portfmouth-Harbour, the Royal Sovereign and the London, Ships of 100 Gaes each, lie ready at Chatham to be put in Com million   Clip's Place of Goom of the Stole to her Majefty wjli fink, and that the Right Hog she Lady Tanktryilicr wii. fticcecJ her a� Mitliclsol the Robes. _Lall SatuTi-ay Night their Graces the Duke and Dutchefs of ikau^ vmi; *!. al their Scat at Ditton-Park to reside at ***�. H u-.e Privy Garden, Whitehall. ; -Oa^rdav .  m the Rigbt Hon, Sir Robert Wafpoleisex-pe6e.^,ir. i own i.^m Houghton Hall in Norfolk. ~-Fhe~foni \V;i;on, an Infant, only Son and Heir apparent *> the Right Hon. tlic Marquis of Cacxnarvon, is very dan-inocflyill �t Twickenham _____-;Veflerday in the Afternoon died at his Houfe in Poxtugal- ^Iincolayiiin-filds^Thomas Lutwyche, E(q;aGcntkman __aEercat,Eminence at ih: Bar, one ol the King's OjuocJ, JW.^00*" 'a the prcfent Pailid{.�!.nt :or Aemoudtinam in Backs. �    - , On Sunday died at Theobalds in Hettfordfhire, Mr. Solomon *mith, Su�aiJ m their Graces the late and prefent Duke of and Riaiog - Mailer to one of_ tnc Troops of Guifds. - Jl> His MAJESrVtOmmtoti AT the Theatre Royal in Corent-G **� Yobwwmw, he�t the Mk at" ttovRBbrr. wfit ha PASTOR   FIDO, Am OPERA, ^th fivttml AMtitm, imrmiitd Cut t viiit. ' ^1 � THB RPSICORB,     *' tit mi �-m� n> be pat cttthrr. mi no tVefcat to ht nil �hN*iT Teters, wfcich mWht Atllm'i that Dtf. � c^tm c**ka Ttwaire, at Half a . 7t btmim at Si* tClttk. Note. All the Play* tor the future will be achotsVd iatiuV Paper and the Daily Joumal. and im m other. 'j For the Benefit of the Author tf tbt M AD   C * PTA IN.       '    AT rhe Great Room in Villcrs-ftrcct, York- m ' PwmoaCs prefat Turftaf, btiaf the loth Of Nov�mhart-mk miX It perfrrH � Tn(t<|, ca�.�4 * "OTHELLO, Mm of Vtmet. tVrittru �yHSMACftP�j��.. -t\ The Pan of Othr&s to he �i�aip*Jbf the Awhor of la* Hlwi�\ Tt m%xb ma bt mUtd, a Bifid Farce ot ot* Acl, <|1P4 The MAD   CAPTAIN, If ub federal Alteration!. �   k And a New Paot-ocue and Eriioovs. Bote* t*. Pit la. ' Vis btpm exit ft tt fit t'Cltf{. DR, PEMBERTON^Courfc Of Chy-�t�lMe*4 ot*"1 g'ing ihcrc, wnt to Barulpn*. frosn iLatx* 10 footfry otbtt Ports im , the Mc.l rcrri&eaa and rtc rarrow Scat, aed Ultlyir&n Noway. The M>�itlr)t� bat 11 g haa lafotniauon of t!� Coawaoaer'i Uatiag >bt Ship, ou Kr&� appearing to lay Claim lot^err Ut to*i>Fg,hatc orjjr'drt e Goott �>4 kbiplo he stfa>'� uuil tubtkk ti***t t>yco� vhocver thcref>re hate any Coaccro io either iL *e in iheirCtaiiB into iheStUertxy'sOffiteotttctjjici IVx  rc the ill pay of Feht�ary ecsKftiutog. N. J. I�hi mt bi'ut el�p�V. the laid ilagiilraw* will prucced (a ti dy 4ttV>�C rw b� farrbcr mbim'c, aa; apply 10 the Dutch tntoy ui Patk-fUte. Sr. JaoagtV AT the KING'S THEATRE  in ehc ^ Hay-Mai^cl, ihit Uay. htKf the ij(h of Nu*c bc put u-�cibe. and >o feitoas .a be *dxitr�4 wiib^ot Tiike-f. wbkh will be delltcr'd lint Day. *l tbc O&tyc io ihcttat-Uarlet. at halt a Goiuta radi.   Gallcty �t. By lit Ma j % stv'i Command, v Tt begin at Six o'CH. On IVcdncfdsy the iStb of Dtconbtr uexl, will begin A Complete Private COURSE of HUMAN aNaTOmY. UpciaiioM la turnery, with Fraltac, ViSuMr tioos, a** (heir fcwit ntnttft*. By  A. CHOVET, Surgeon, (And OsMo�ira*Toa of AstATOatv at Smjmm tiaJlJ as ia M�4to icssh, im wn� met i�� at Ay-j.oary: au Uaatkm�a, Laajra, K�; nsay-*efm>4 opoo gxoj Ea:artata�tn( aa� citii U(ag� trtunnseir hutarlsa Sewrast. ' . v  - � LOST from a Lady's Ear laft Thurfday Ink the Afrerttoo, (a* ihppsa'd) in getting M�rw of aCoithiati iloCea-lifcrt near H�x>rrr.l9u,r�. or ia LivVoIeVlea, or ra^hant^rr* V Ir*. cm htilitant prop let iraaipwcat. of a food Water,'  eight if ' CraaMawi � katf, hot *ctt f( i!lrec�iN tk� haat A�w�r4..%, jV�,-.^ - '      ' ^ , -f^O^T- laft Wedoefday Night at ttw Op�ta-�Joo�t. Coteat-farwav.aa oUaag tajaa(�I'ciotA^ �rc�ght Serf-boa, with two latgc oblorg RcTa t>h�ao>*4s on thi c�ifi�e of the Lid. a�S a Wcjoaa't I'iftara oa the infialk theraaf. whoetrr brieg* it to MrsT x�w and poStarir, Bsfikm.at thi:QcJawll pefcor wii,^�r rtaspSc-bu, fltall have ThirtyCaiocas KtwaeA Mmt iQa-fligraata'd. �     . ... ; OST oli Saturday Evening, the, ioW I*�' Wj �a�t. a tmaO Ud oil C^4WaK�. fh� Maktr's NatMThV ToaspW LooJoa, N> i6y>. �i�h a douhWj Coat of araa* �a�Mraf*av caibsCal-, mix. tbt Maa* A'm�a Lyo�iaaptar. tbcWoaMw**Aim* thnaatMrsHead, aid <�ri t& Bos u r^atVa Ophtr �kh J.D.C fc ha4t� ^fia� � patr. aada�Qf��ioaa aak..    ~ ~ ^    ^^^^   ' . Aod a.fj at the base fin* was M)~a mi4*e-(i� 41 tilvar Wassh, rha Maktr'aNiaas 1T�.w, aa teat sVi n> CoM, cogratf4 m'ub a OsaW ' r^kc*�Wieat},��hao Am�OK�?lv 1 cu�� fciJf aOaiata tUward. aod t� (QMtiioca aak*i. - LOST on Wedntfday the 13 th Inftant. from uta. Cjpoar*k�c'* ti��ty-Sttbhi ia Scroop's cowrr, �*|d> �*ai*a u. Aavtiew'sCestch � ttulbcev, a qwddlc-Cx d hrowa Ongaf ihs Poaaiiaj Breed, aaiy� 1 bia fata, a wwicc Thaat a^ b catt. both hats a little ("tad, utm kvm Lag prtity mbk*r the otter ��ry toutii ttsaft, "wu a tre�it mi tifi;. trvwvcr wul hrHl bijav to Mr. Urates**, at the a��V-Hrad ia UltmZ Hud-nrni, tVic Um, (h*i tare ha f a fcw-tra ka>�; j.   

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