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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 28, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The /Daily Advertifer. RSDAY,  November 28.   1734' O N  D O N. H E Y wiits from Pans, that WySxtd-ieacy the Carlo* WaldrgrctpeOm Ma-jrfty's Atnta:�i  they adraoce path tie Enemy : That a Detachment edetsankd by the fsBtsf Siic-Hdberghatsicq. tat down before Sabttiaetsa, m brisg began to open Trenches, the Governor, who was ifiachaan,. and Limtecant-ColcccI of the Rcginsmt of tinilinir thought proper to capitulate, and �ojh Lis uttJe licrits, confiiling of 2jo Men, cb&i&'d Leave to anarch [tifta tbe Honours of War. jf tae fame time that Count Kcnigfegg psfiMthe Og!k�, SobiI Wallis pafc'd the Po, in cider to mviscn tie allied Jap. Count Kcnigfrgg came up loce Kith their Rear-Cad, hat it gave way, and lick Mii'chief was done. Tte IgjoKSts of Cremona are JumiQi'd with 160 Pieces of Csn-K Modeoa, Carpi, Regio and Gazflaila having {mail � disk, was trying to 5" Issopagainft tne Czarina ; 2nd that ttc Policy oi the ;t>Hre their Credit with the People, bring ctat to give i*b let the Pcrfians take hack the cc�*p�*d Ciunaio, as Tbsas Kouli-Kan advane'd, the Turks rctir'd bade, and'in fatawer hop'J to forward the Means of an Accoaunodatran. fdbfUy her Majefly appear'd in the Diav^ucg Racn for Ptatriaefince her Recovery Tte Winds having been exceedingly high, her Royal High-Priace& of Orange remain'd on Tuesday Naga at Mr, bat defign'd to embark as this Day if the \\ caiLn Tsbfby was held a general Court cf the Coverrors of feft Hofpiul, when it was agreed, amsnga ccher taing;, tBBtenB Forty new Govemots. Jt was zIm unininwwiiy f �(ni, tt accept of a Legacy of Mr. Samuel Davcr.po.-t. lately inWi, for a Dinner (or the CfcJJtcn of the Uii lioipiUl ^^L^er. � Pwk or VeaL on the 3th Day of AiarchT Hetjd of April, the one being the Aecrficn, ini Vx other atOaaatMa of her late X'ajeily Qaeen Acne: And iikt�i;e ^Jxaptof a Legacy left by. Mis. Sarah Lcrraic WBo*, �4 fcr a Dinner of Veal on the ifl of Augcft Y�r!y. for5 r> hrtBenud CbUdrcn, the lud Day being Uae Ataivcriary otitAcanlonol his hue Mak&y. \.jwikewifc unaaunoally agreed at ihs bid Court, to the Right Hon. t^e Lcid Nlccwa. KnigfetoJ the BO, is anccf the new Governors of the laid HofpjiaL Jkl�t Dutcbtis of Portimcatb, GrxndWchrr to ti> Grace aiyttc/Richmond, hat given very conttdrratir Ltgkcks J?***1 Servants.  She has kit abeen 5cel. Strrhng 10 her ^trjoL to her Maker of the Hcrf, ;joL to hrr ico I. to her Swiii, and to c�cry Servant m Propor-J*^* Honour cf their Employ.   Hi� Grace ti>e-Dukc of : ^eadkujade Refaiuary Legatee. . jf^Qtizz ttc Datchcb of llichmQcJ i� A^.sl ready to Jefcdsr C:rt.Str�afd of the GoL' ' fcin. Cspt- Eoalam of ?�aafetd, for Lcail and hayS^i Lj,?i. Wdkie of the j^Catoiibf, fo.^MochaandBcotaw. tcok Leave of tic ?f*w,�of the Eail Itdia Compitv, 4ncr4er to proceed on "^pcclive Voyages. jj^'flay lift it blowing a very hard Storm ;n the Dckxis, ��e driven aflbcie to the Nccttv.iiJ oi Saisdowc-one ii th  tie o-rr" tr-oAt, J^Sa. fiom the Wed indies, boica Ickswiie ia Luukoi ~^Cte�i of both bhips were iaved k*fl v,t^- homplyinciith, that the Mj.-5z.-et cf Lcaioa, Alicmt, js put in there v  lc*k�, sea tsmd have U.^ taken out to n�r. ri~e^*nn:Bj� Nancy, Cape Martaes, fiom Deoia in ^Wiod 10 LWua. fouai.r'd &xy Leagues cd the !^'� ih'     ^P'-jtnd the rttl of the Crew �.�e ^apfOy Ukto d fwCT^'- ^"'^ VLct'0' -1 rfv'J ca Su-riiy JU4 at � ni^B J*a�aica, anJ r.*jorc, tbj.t ilci; uas a \tdknr 'l31 ^-E- !|f iai'ei red of A^-tt, which dies* ^ C:-i,t Forbes, ti.e Vnaui, Asula, Capi. h'-.^f** ^ '^t'tAiJes, L^pt fc��.sie.!i lw: ttry v�ac 0 We hear from Bigb�ry-B*y, of a French Ship, from Mab�a for Havre de Grace, being drove aihore there. This Exxning will bt Perform'd, At the Fkkkcw Tmbatih in the Hay-Mahkbt, Le MEDECIN MALGRE LUY, &c. At the Thbatm RorAt -in DRU�T-LA�ir JUNIUS BRUTUS.___________ At the Thsatrk Rotal in Covt nt - Garp b n, CATO. At the New Tk~bat�e in Goodman's-Ft �t.os, The FOND HUSBAND, with Britannia. _ Hig.. Wattr at London-Bridge this Day, at 47 Minute* after 1 2 in the Morning, and 19 after 1 in the Afternoon. Ycitcnlay Bask Stock was 136 3*4tbs. Inuia 143 3 4th* 34. South Sea Trading Stock 80 3 4th*. Old Annuities 104 1 4th. Ditto New Annu:tfesj04 $ 4'hs, 104 5 Sths a 3 4'hs. Three pet Cent. Annuity o}. Million Bank tO> African 20. York-Building* 4. Royal A durance 97. London Afi'u-rarceiz. New Bank Circulation 3I. 1*55. Prcm. South-Sea Bonds 3I. 6s. Prem. India ditto 3!. t is. Pretn. Three per Cent, citto al. Prem. Englifh Copper 2I WcUh ditto Books fact   Salt Tallies i per Cent. Prem. _' Cuitom-Houle; London, iSNov. 1734. Far   SAL Ey By Order of the Honourable Commiflloncrs of His Majclty's Guftoms, &c. N Tbtirfday tbe zStb Inftattt* 1734, (tt tbrte e Cc'i if the Afltrmm. w/// bi txfoid to Wi- by heb *f Q*niU, in iht Long Rmtn at tbt Cnfiom-Honft, Lmhn, a Panel �/ Brandy, Rum and Geneva, (eltar of'nlH&utiii) \, wbulr art is be /etn at tbe Kings Wanboufe en 'fat/daj tbt ibtb, Widntf day lie z-tb Inflant, from 8/012 in tie ForiHom, and fivst ) ii'il 5 ia tbt Afterna3H,"anH on fburfday httrmng bt/irt tbt Sale. N.B. Catahguei to bt bad at tbt Kings Wartbmft on Monday tee zztb Inftattt. TV/ � Trujlees for tbe Annuitants for Lives of tbt Yok'Buildingt Company do hereby givt Notice,. that they iciil pay fix Month Annuity .upon Wtdnefday tbt i Xtb, Friday tbt 13/A, Iftdnefday tbt \%tb and Friday tbe iotb. Days cf Dttenktr next, b^;iictn tbe Hours of Eight and One, a tut on every Friday in tbt Faenoon afttrviards, at Mr. Grttnfs Cbant-ten in Staffs-Jan. dnd all fueb Annuitants are fiji to apply tbemjUvts to tbt Teii-Bnilditigs Company, at theirHout'e in h'in-cbtStr-firttt, to fatisfy tbt Company, that tbt iSominet or Nmi-atet ttponivbkb fucb Annuities are payable,, are �wt living, or a(l.ChuK'��-ai tt�Ty�era�ar Tow�� IXck i or John Twyman, fir tit Ma/ftr. On tWednefday tbe i8tb of December �arf, will begin A Complete Private COURSE of HUMAN ANATomY, Operation* to Sar&cry, with rraOanft, UdLxs* lioot. and their Icier*! tMndates. By  A. C H O V E T, Surgeon, (And DEMONSTRATOR of An ATOMY  at SargjtW^linSJ At bi* Huvilc ia ttic.Utr ftjuatt.__ A COURSE ofMccliahlcal and Experiment^ PHILOSOFHY, Wilt begin on Monday the xd of Dtetmbtr, at 6 in the Evtuing, at the Ac a i>e u y in Tevur ftrret. By Air. Jambs Stirling, F.R.S. A N  0 Mr. William Watts. THE Defign in this Courfe is to detnonftrate th)fc Tiling by Esperirnent*, whith fea�- Ut.i tati^i cat bf r.eomctrit*! Hesloaiiif, wbub rotf bo lUJih :c> Iwi, it iTc uifi*�u4 w ith Matl,t>Ri�t itk*. but wilt be mure ptctcUti) K> iv �ku ar* tot aiqiiinitii tlicrew ch ; it b>io^ tcry p ffi'>ic tt it W�ir tj fire a |>>d NoTi��o*' ilw.fc n�� IHUatciid if�~S�tut�, �bt(.h(4>'( bt) aiuign'd witiioot much Trouble arid A|plu*tM>ii. Tbe t.fo'ioo i,t tue t'laosn, Ciuda u| th: M       CUijC: , &C Wl3 be csp!aiuM by* l'he  GREAT   ORRERY, Made by Tho. Wright, of (tett-preet, MatlestMiiaJ /r :W�*af. Muitr to his Majtfy. . Subscription! att-iaken in, aod Cjra!. rm�  ivtCe njitv, at Mr. Inoya'Maar St. Paui'*, and Mi. fcr�t><�V ,a4 Ml Sfato^'f, J^4^ IcllCf. lnCornhill. 1 H � Governors of  the J'ac - Graininar- Sclio'l of St. Ola�e'� S utbw�ik Nv.tivt sh�r ,uy t't^j i� leit by Leafs, t�ro Mefiiiigc*or reitciiscitr* in _*t OUi�'�-u��tj ��r tho J-.i�dof Cetmondlij-hreet ; one ia itie l' i/. shoe-roakcr, and ilic -oihrt adi'iirjicg. uo� ttafyy ; *tux irat ijts W-vero r� will (it �> rcccirv flupolau feai'a op i* wn>tc-� i*+u*r tbe )d of Deuinbtr rest, at 10 oVlxk i>. >t c.�aws. �: ihm Vedry.Hall near St. Ol��e'� Church } �>! *kkh cV-*t *aia* l�w im�oa� of V-j Cmji^U, tn Ut. JaA per at Tower-hill, payahle to Mr. Giln ' *>-tor ifaru D*i* aaca Uate, and dated 00 or about the 22d lalfaa: &~*sinl'i Wb e*�|r will bring the fail hill to >p-.    - �       _ HERfeAS a Mourning Ring, with tlitt lolinp'jo" 00 theooiftie of ir, t> wi;, A..a ei**.\Ur,Cb. 3c Ap 17)3. 60, with * Tquara CKr>iialor bi,'i, tan �^^**k oa cad. iiJe ol tbe square, bciog broke CoU to   Up-pji'd to be eft by Mr. I hoarnaa itwdtler. c��ei�V, f^zctcac t* bi rncuded. Wliocytr brirgi the f.U Ktoj o> 14.. th�rt�� Aaire**, at the Vtoolpick in  4-r. tay Itarr, aged �b. ot I) Ye nt, while d iwn bet F*�. bet M*ta r-.autt  csj :ic iv.mi JiJr, wi b three white t t~lte turn >i,l.'.!c-(il*cc, a (hori Tail, a/>d bare 14 Iliad* ht|^>.   ut>  *kfi 1 er to Mr J Jim Smith, ( 'be V jfkuura Oiey n'.^+A't^lltva, Suu bwark. ta Mr   *:'.i:(t  uirr, ihtli ti*�e :.ali a Cui,*� bewati'.�w- a- icataxba ' liar|ie-. For   P O R T SMOU T H, Three-End Stage-Coach on Mr. Rowc's _i i.ew ffii.tipte. fci� iu: lion tb� total-Itaf^ ia C.-au> 4>ct* ia there oa Thuitday E��o(3*}i ar4 few out        itutaVtaf^. Kintj'i Arm* at Pontmouih 00 FricUv Motekjar t;.e'anw ii �. a^kv rciutiii 10 Lundon ontaiutday Event.f, *c4�i�l U i^tiuux <�ri<(f i|dj' Wit.lrr Sritoa. each I'-iTe^d p,jint iS�. and) alliw'4 o caff gay J'oucdv Wcittit : Al. ubcr faruli to teu'ticaatirticwbc auiea' ^ Tlii� ii jge * til be pet'orai'd with a^.tt Eatc ad ts atuttt wl� TaV|r tbjn ths cotwnou Matbod tiuw io uit, at  c Io. lime ttov pal! b�uo t c.m**��* l*edlonMCila!iiCo*(h
                            

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