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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 25, 1834, London, Middlesex                                4-1 MONDAY, NoTtMin 15, 1734. ....   . ... ^      � >r fyr$alur,day arriv'd two Mails frpm Flanders. �. -    iV5$M. November a. HE King ha* order'd aa Image of St. Tanusrius to be made of fctlkjI Silver m large as Life, and   Vsagotrd, as 'tis furmis'd, upon no good Defign 1 but peroet- * ifegjhfc Strength of his Majeity's Eicon, they ftept fhort, end talUout, Go/jaw King Jmjiu, and iat the fame tune malting-IbjirSubmiflions, bis Majefiy receiv'd them very cordially. Btrlw, Nov. 15, 'Tis rematk'd, that the Prince of Beve-Wtsd the Princcfi Royal bis Contort, were not at the late jRoyal Nuptials at Poerdam": The French AmbafTador made tbefineit Appearance of all the foreign Minifters. "   Hamburg, Nov. 19.  King Stamflaus cootirmes atKonigf- - log, and, 'tis affur'd, is much indifpos'd. They write from --Copenhagen,r$m% tbeKiBgof Dcnrr�rkrjas given the Emptv tu leave to buy up aooo Horfes in his Dominions; and that ah Danifh Majefiy will next Spring fend 6000 Men more to |l|eRhine. 'Tis alfo reported^ here, that in cafe an Accommo-dukm does not take place, the King of Great Britain, as Elec-" Bit of Hannover, will join the Imperial Army with 8000 tfeffians, and 12000 of bis own Troop. . &2gff, Nov. 19. 'Tis believed the 3000 French at prefent - ia Worms will not continue there long, there being no fort of Provifrons to be had in that Placer or mighbouir,r>ood.       - Dial, Nov. 23. Wind S. W. Yefterday arriv'd and faiTd ftrtheNorc, his Majefty's Ship the Bridgwater, and Griffin Fire.fhip. Remains, Prolperous Solomon, Quick, for Jamaica; WQCam Galley, Viiery, for Providence} -Dixon's Bay, Canto,-for Antigua ; St. Lewis, Darby, for Valentia; withthofe ~ipniy laft. Put back, AJbany, Tanner, for Venice. Arriv'd, Swift Sloop, Harrifon, from Seville ; Pompey, Den, from, Leghorn. t O N D Q N. % Yefterday the Rev. Dr. Chamberlain preach'd before his wijefty, his Rayal Highnefs the Prince of Wales, and the two Weft I'rinccffb, in the Chapel Royal at St. James's� and the Right Hon. the Lord Carpenter carried theSword of S�te, The fame Day the Rev. Dr. Lovel preach'd before her Welly in her Apartment. Laft Saturday the Right Hon Sir William Strickland, Se-CKOuy at War, who has been dangcrouOy ill for fome time, *�g perftftly recovcr'd, waited on his Majefty at St. James's, wojw* moft gracioufly receiv'd. Henry Cunningham, Efqs Governor of Jamaica, will not mbark for his Government till aftet Cbriftmas. Nis Grace the Duke of Cleveland has purchas'd the fine Hoifc and Gardens which belong'd to the late Mr. Harvey of VMnb. -Saturday laft being the Birth- Day of the Infanta of Portugal, �Jjfort to his RoyalHigbnefs the Prince of Ailuiias, hi� Ex-**�*naj the Count de Montijo gave a fplendtd Entertainment �"Grace the Duke of Richmond, the Earls of Wilmington, Albemarle, Poinfrct, and Selkirk, the Lords Harrington and "Wyey, and to all the Foreign Miniileis redding here, cx> *f*�g the luiperial Amlvflador and the Envoy of Saxony, ^{ofcvcaloth�Perfcn�ofDiftiiiaion. And, Nam* Mr Ben awyvi n^nnas seata andta* a �V� FdAral �f St Mara, whose eheava, taaSanPHi tm>d%t*eT m* fear, Itr.Finanf, Attorney to the Prioce^f Wala� an^-MrFanarrfaii. Ins lUsVaJH^ terof tneTcnmea, OnSetaedayiali theH       ' jei't Scfl�nr-G�rsnl The Lead Sfjapof fraliftwy, n�nnnr ensennnnr ncmnsm enaisBT anv am wsnaw, ^SsnvSi n^tr s hot opens, fixese hear that il�l_ny �f ftr. I&too. who died bm Week, had (jaft Ismwennr Vmk) carneftiy defir'dtobe of ibana ial.aaidnia.1 Phnrdert tO fasiM mCluld-Bed, tb Majety baa j 1 i�|Ki'dto grnnt hss Bornirntentto JehoTaiBe, of St. AaBa^Seho, Gabnatita, his Heirs and '~     "   ' "      tof honew-inveotfd _      aTenmofi4Ycars. m VnUKnTnrnl At the Faaacs TaaVraa in cbe Hav-fJaKKBr, Lea EM^4JUtAS dm RiaiESSES, *c At. the Taiam lorat an Davar  L*at, JUNIUS tRUTUS. _At the TssaaTaa fto-rax in Covtnt - Gaaos �, Jit' FATAL EXTRAVAGANCE, wsrh RULE a WIFE .ad HAVE n WIFE. _Jb the iSmw Tnta/ran in Gooosaan*s-FixLos, The RIVAL  tarTtinni�"trff Mr"1^*. Homphry QoBtttyof Woirotslcr. iathe Ctaaary of York, Grocer. ---- 1a,Woei�m'dVapti of the Heath, near Seeorbridge in the , at 56 Mmetea root Night. 144 s half. Soath-104,01 8th,at 4th. n Alcmbl/ at her Home aa � jt. 1 SeaTswhngSnickfs. OH Aanai Dob Near Aannaiea 104 7 Whs, a toe.' Three per Cent ABBBky9z 34101. -T......Bm In j   Afxkaaxo. York- ftddjacs 4. Bapi ASmmeeof. I4nnan AfanMste is. MowPTl fT  I iii A.g^lW loar�^Boad.3l.> Ptem. Iada daan �L las. tanm. Tlaae oer Cent. ,L .gvPresa. Eao^CnaouxL Weh% dmofiooks "SalfTnlla^^i^CBIirt^ fnnibi fiiiil. Coveae^xrden. WHEREAS � *Dmty Ps/xr �f TeJIerdajL ttr sjrfr fw/'ant wti Jolaji*a* for jWosmm; Trant*ewat - The Lady ** in AyhXfnci. am Impotrix s mm-i$ Am my t ��j jfr dTojBwni At Wmrfi boa mfjmfi. t* mjamlimm ittm -1 m/mtmr TmmtjYtar*, mad math vHkm I imvtmimmjt Kmiifmm, mm I ota>  -i* * ______.___    Tottfm ht sjt fCMj,     _____I_rj(j�ll Jhd m tridtfta, *t*t�M it Hf/bkd'.* torn*,,'tatif' _-    Xe   TART UTrg By Command of their koytJ HighfwHea thti Princcflh AMELIA and CARDLINET^ For the AuthorV Btiujit.    , j $ AT the Theatre Royal in Covent-Gardco;^ ^iM.Oaf, the t$lhlaft. wilf b� FATAL. EXTRAVAGANCE. taira The Mower, Mr.Walker, loalft, RULE a WIPE and HAVE a Wlifi. The ran of ailifanii by Mrs. Hornet'   > lew, Mir. Ryan, the Ooptwr Ctptaia, Mr� Hulsmt rwflinti''' ntr.MetUrti MLmta, MrHMha^T^ Eattrtmmmmi e/^/arfar oae* Damtm iHmm At jkftv , Itnsa 1�.   Pltisv N. B. Mr. Mrrlrll eat Mag Alt M tawr fcttni as tht mmtmbtwmtL r^m for bt Brut, M thu omti� komfo m Cormbjtti mitt At Sm*t,. mmi riteti for AtBomiiarttUittttttJtft. *   r, , For the Entcftainment of the Lttmktr Tmp> For the Benefit if a Comiapi. J\ AT the Great Room in Viiiara-ftreer, York* t\ * Buuikiif, ibis Dst, btlaj the �ttb of Navettbtt, w|| The INDIAN" EMPEROR* The Conqueft of Mexico by the Spaniards* �with several Entbrtaimmimts,    -  v -Pert* to it ptrfimfd if yomm QtrtUntm. V. B. to tht It tpo ft0 rim tktt mt mti tifform'i m At DArt ofAo lambtt TmfrftukoUt C.u wAiittk* fit ikZ *tc*Hiom.t*4 tbo Dtifamill h nthtif iw\ Ma^^*Z Comoirj Omen ijtpr tit flat t pin om York-Rnbtiraffl-Houfc, 14 Nov. 1734. rffB Gmmar ami Cmrt of Jtjfifiauh ef At MBmmUmm, CmfammhoAj grot Nmtet, fbat m Ptam of am Jjpmmmt, m order to discharge the Comaany*� &ti^l*Kim^mmWJfi7th,Cmm^amJ*dr&  AmrnAoOhaDmmmm mfm At Camftm. N. 9- PrmmiPUm JAtpii 4pmmtm nuUtt Mver'i at At CiiinaW* Oft* mam Pnfrumwm Crojmw. From the HoTpioI near Hyde-Park Corner. Noftxober 18, 1734. XJOTlCEi* berth riven, that afpedd General CmrtmmU it tMAort mfrUm At 6A tf Dtumitr matt, at so iCtmi km Atlmrmmm, mfm uctrmritmmry Ajfain �datmg m At fmitmimtL T. Smith, Secretary. A Person tint cap be wA raommenried to in- '   nwft�>-gCttft an sjtdbImiM TomOm, m4 mwiiliagto P.!*^fa,l*!lVTte1!,!-?k tasf ornaajnt aim at Kl.TtunmS, * MayoBB-yacamB^aeoaaaa. w WEkilAS Fetcr Bird, the Son of iW Bird of Hsrs flrect ia Dsibost-Crrta-Hankr, hath btoa mlC o^^WtlOMCout.  rtd W4lfUeai( aai a (teaa p.ir of inSSmT" If aof perfio will brtog him co Mr. Wlai, BttiU of leianeTSMr ortohufaiiurafwefaM, fhall have, half a CTwa RsvardnaftlM Charges. O S Toat ofaShop in Aidcr/katei oa. WctWdsy ihs acah Inftant. bttwatp ibeJUaraof ( .   BtMWJ.t Show.OljifiwIlhlUfc Ha^lur^lir. wi bftag ihs J�m� to Mr. Joha Oolwy. ar AlvV(ksteCof* iiaraFivcGiuaHs acaare. and no OjicllloniranVoViairia for ml ptn I OST on Friday Morntng Jaiis betfrteii Li freftw.Or�t aad the Jwafskm CooTr�tiOo  QpelijoM a>t*d.      _ ,.L ���-.----�-��-a. ..J f O S T or miilaid on Friday Night, the aad 1 V laflaar, a (hull fotket-took in a Marbbd Paner Cover, son* tJataf fbcae M*mor�ndum� aad auooors of Cafb. �f so lift to bob bat d�e Owner. Wbamr brioes 11 w ihv ler of Rtoaaij's r bMif� io LoobtrJilrcar, Chat) b*Vf half a Cuinea aawarai mni an Qptftioos >�fc'd.    No grtswr Bjwir d will ht git on.        _ For PORTSMOUTH, AThree-End Stage-Coach on Mr. Rowe'a new rrinciple, Cnt oat from iht Sprtad-lsg|� [n Qrmm. Imt Toawrrov Morning tm tdlb lolUnt, at fix o*Cfotepri aodaeu ia tbcraon Wt4a�(isy Bvtoiag i aad dttont ig.U J^, Kiag'* Arms at iHtntawoth 00 Fridsy Morolatu ttofitoM ' f�taro� to Laodout oataturisy Bwninf, tod well (0 Coetioai WiutM Snloa, �*(b FtUaiatr p*|ipg l8s. and allow'd i, Fooadt Wsight: All otbrr rarcclt to be �srried at nab This !ug� will bo pcrtotaM with aaore fiafa and ia 1 ilua the cooMBon M�hod oow ia ide, as eta bo tafluy *d. bersof FcrfcuM, who hs*e for font (iai�Miieiv�a Ma* a Coach upx taa fame FriodpU on the wfodfi* liagv. N. a. liaadfaoM CJafl Co*th� on tbii o�w Pri�JpH j to any part of    Kta^ocn ti Coouboo Prion, /� � f/
                            

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