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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 30, 1834, London, Middlesex                                SATURDAY. Dtalt November 28. EMAIN in the Down?, tbe Friend, lhip, Burkitt, from Dantzick ; the George am-J Mary, Keller, for Fal� mouth ; the Ifabelta, Baker, for Orders ; the Batchelor, Fcrgutbn, Tor France ; the John and Sufannah, Ur-quart, from Sc. Lucar. Wind South Weft. l. .6 N D O N. V cy write from Paris, that Marfhal d'Asfeldt rtqurfied Imof the King to rcfign his Command, but that his Majcfly *9iJ4tot permit it. T% write from Sallee, that Muley Abdallah, the late Eiga Morocco, having a Defign to dtliroy his Black Army, tdcnnr*d to play them one agaimt another, by giving the Oim a Sum oi Money to be dulributed amongft the Soldiery, wd'Jt the fame time primely acquainting the latter, that he *a~etib'd them double the Sum t whereupon a Mutiny arofe, a*tjkf)r were beginning to dettroy one another; but the Arti-faaa^rpaiirig to' be difcovcr'd, the Cbnfequence was his Depo im, and the urunimoos fetrjng up bis Brother Muley Hah. WEjxellrncy Mr. Zollicoffre, his Majelty's AnUnflador, �kcoocl'jded the Peace between this Crown and the lateKing lytf-Abdallah, contirfucs at Tetoan, to take Advantage of tWErerrtof the Revolution, and to secure a Continuance of the treaty, let who will be the Conqueror. Ota Trnirftay Night about eight o' Clock died at his Houfc �SackvUle ilrcct, alter a long and tedious Illnefs, the Right Bii. Junes Earl of Abercom and Baron of Paifly, Scotch Boson, and Vifcount Strabane in Ireland; His Lordfiiip had tlrjisientcf Horfe in the late King James's Reign, and was tf tie Rivy-Council to that Prince, to King William, Queen Atae, aou his late Majefty. He married Elizabeth, Daughter a* Heir to SI? RoberT Reading of the City oi Dublin, Bart. Iby her has two Sons and tour Daughters: of the Daughters . tkdiefl was married to William Brownbw of Clanbrazil in " 6�Cbsnty of Armagh; the ad to Henry Cooky of Callle-Ofay in the County ot Kildare; the 3d to Dr Prat, Dean tfDwmand Conner i, apd theypungeft to the Lord Archibald 'Sii&on, one of the Lords of the Admiralty, and Uncle to *aGrace the Duke of Hamilton and Brandon : Ol the Sons, Wats now Earl of Abercorn. and F. R. S. he married a %tBter of Col. Plumber in Hertiordfhire, and has feveral and Daughters; George, the youngeit, married a Daugh tncfCol Coward of Wells.  The &laAcr of a Ship trora Cadix, who touch'd on TuelUay Weymouth, reports, that the United Squadrons of Fiance arfSpain, which had Iain ibme Months in that Bay, were at �paicparated ; that the Spanifh Ships were all unrigj^d and ha^)t, aod that ths French wxre (ai?d tor Toulon. ^On the 23d Inrlant at Night, the Anglica Brigantine, be-y>g Jp Bayone in France, Capt. Leifor Mailer,' from bound tp Havre de Grace, laden with Figs and was flaved in Bigbury Bay, but htr Crew were all and palt o/ her Cargo. r^!i�Ca^i^^itlca>..and Demurrers, to be lieard before the "VtHon. the Lord High ChanctIter ^ftcrMjca^nj.as'l erni. ^txidiy,      jdol December, Full General Steal-.* Caufu. Vefierday was held a Court of Ctommon-Cotincil at GuiM-hall, for the Eleflion ot a Redor of St. Ptwr'i Comhill, in the room of Dr. Wangh, Biuop of Cariifle, lately dectas'd : The Candidates Weft, the Rev. Dr. Middletoo, Mr. Nichol-fon, Mr. Wiltbn, Mr. Berryman, Mr. Wheatland and Mr. BolWcil; but after feme Motions and Debates, tht Rev. Dr. MiddUton was dechr'd d uly elcclcd without� DiviCon. They write from the Downs, that the Two Friends, Capt. Toone, who was drove on 'Shore in the late Stomv is fmce bulg'd. On Thurfday Night laft the Houfc of Mr. Crompron, of Walham Green, was broke open, and robb'd of Plate and other things to a confidcrable Value.  It is obferv'd, that more Robberies of this kind have been already committed this, Winter, than hT been known in any Year within Memory. This Evening will be Peirorm'd, At the Kinc'j Thbatrb in the Hat-Market, The Otera of ARTAXERSES. At the Theatre Royal in Covi nt - Gard t n, The Opera of ARIADNE. At the Theatre Royal in Dru ry - La n e, JUNIUS BRUTCJS, with Cqlomdink CquRtbzaW. W mgnvv.icr at Londuu-Bridge this Day, it 41 Minutes aft?r 2 in the Morning, and 4 alter 3 in the Afternoon. Yefterday Bank Stock was t'JrS 5 i?th�. India 144. South-Sea Trading Stock 81, 81 \ half. Old Anriuitict 104 3 8ths. Ditto New Annuities 104 7 8ths, a 5. Three per Cent. Annuity 93 1 4th, a 3 Sths. Million Btuik 107. African 30. York Buildings 4. Royal Aflurance tjy i 4th.', London Afturance 12. New.Bank Circulation 3I. 15s- a 17s. 6d. Prem. SoutrtSet Bonds 3I. 7s. Prom. India ditto.31. 12s. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 2I. Prem. EnglHh Copper 2I. We!(h diup Books (hut. Salt Tallies a^^pcr Cent. Prem. York~Builciings-Houfe, 14. Nov. 1734. THH E Governor1 and Court of Jffifianh of . the Y*rkB*iUingt Coir.fa*) J� kertty givt A'ortrf, -That a Plan ef an Agreement, in ordci; to dilchargcthe Company's Debts, baling been apfnv'J o/lly tbe Camfary and tbtir Creditors, and tit Company baiting �a tbtir Partf executed an lnfltumeni agreed on by balb Parties fir fatting tbe /aid Plan iV� Exeeutitn, a Subfiri'ptionBook is now open'J at tbt CmfanyS floaft in lfrincbrftcr-Jircet, and the Court if Ajjijlantt and Committee of tbt Creditors will attend en every Tme/dar, H'tdnifday, Tbuifday and Friday, in every Week, from Tin o'Clock in tbt Mcrningto One in tbe Jftirnom, tn order ta receive tbe Snbfcriptions tf tbt Creditors jor their reffeQivt Demands upon the Company, N. 5. Printed Plans of tbt faid Agreement txiill be deliver'd at tbe Company's Office to any Proprietor or Creditor.    _ Office of Cheliea Wa^Wol-'kirWhitchall, November 25, 1734. Ty HE RE AS a Barge was about Jtx Months Si". 6;h. 9th, totb Wednesday, Tburfiiy, Friday. Saturday, &!onday, Tuetda'y,    ____, WerJueClay, i uh,' Tfcariiay,'   l2th, , Friday, . Saturday, Monday, Tu-tiday, . ^ J-tdnetlay, Vxih'. rhorldiy,   ,9th, Second General Seal. Caufo. Rehearir.gs Third General Seal. � Pleas and Demurrers. Fourth ai.J liii Ctn.ntl Seal. Peuuoiu. r face driven cut of the Thames into tbt Cult belonging to tbt Chelfed Water-Works, and has remain'd there ever fact, ivitbeut being anxnd � end ii Day, at the Orfice in Cu*ear G*rden Theatre, at Half a Ouioca each. Fitlt Gallerf 41. Upper Gallery tt. 6d. By �/h-Ma|I�t-y'i Command, _N'o Perf .pt wii�'e�er to be admitted behind ttie ^wet._ iSfever ac\c  ^niptO!), Mi. Dill fljr� ; Azaei, CooUJcn; to S-tnpfin, Mr. D; Lific , 7-.ISMC, Ctpt. �t'the GuarHi, Mr. Oubu'fl'in ; Afc*!oi,, iho Slot, by lUr-ctyuiti; Ual.il*. Mr>. Mailer; Armiiia, Ut%. Fra:.cifque. a;i de other V*r\t to the belt Aiinnn^c; with til oc� Scenes, Ma-cliino, and Ucc utio.is ut much as the Theatre will petm>c To which via be added, Le Carillon de Maitre Qervaije (3 Dame Alifon. The fart of Dims Alilon by Mr. Frautiiquc. No I'crfon. 10 be  mated into the buret without 1 ivkcti, �hic'> will be cici �cr'0 at the Ujt i.t the Then re at �i. each. Pit 3�. Oal. 2,�. ""     ..........-............   Never atlcd before. On If'tdne/Jay next wilt be preffHted.g new Comedy, cuIPJ _HARL11QJJ1 N   TI RE Si AS.      -  - . " JJlington - turnpike. THE Committee appointed at a General Meeting ol �he i tultco. cmpowcr'd to put in bxeculun fevs-r�l Aft* oi I'iih-imrrv. for repairinK tho Highwaji from the Icicral j/u.ci ilarci.i meuii m d, lc�d>f>ri toward) lligh;jaio Gate houfc �rd i amofiead in ttc C'ouuty of Middlclcs, are to ip'ct b/ /ici'i'iurnm-nt on rhurUa the yb or Dc.cttobcr next, ar Tii'cc d'Cl'Jck to rt.e AiW'ouan. at the Jcrulal.-m Tavern on C!crkeu*ell-Greco, in orocr io_�j_and �ie�r t>art    il'f ftld Hoaiit. _ ^ NY Perfon willing to difpofe of Freehold r\ Farrni well icnacied. iii a tf'JOd Part of rxrfctfliire, of about 3 or 4ooi. per Awun, b^ dircAio|  Letter roT.G. left v.'a\x the fiDtti i.efcf, fjg'itfymg their Nam� and r|aw of Abode, m�y hear ot a ruiUiafcr. �p-.u uafut-abU T�ioj�. Wlitebmtlf May       1734. 7 HERE AS it Has been reprefented to the - - Kinr, that Ktchard CacttlMe*, K4a> wad, ��T��W�> tbf i�tk of May ta�,�bavt tbt Hc�r� ot Ttitc* and toot in rat Moncitf� robo'd) ot 81. JawcaWeflmialier iaiN C�wtr �f MiddWa, md hi* fkiOt burnt to the Oroood 1 hit Majefiy, to* tat tetm difbmma tm� briaf  mg to Jtiilke t tx>a?y cot of the AttmiepHen ibcnrr* e>�ternV, who (hail i*cyrtt any one oc raort of in* Crncuuk, t*ata� lac or tbe. be apprtOowcd a�aui r, t� aaf �wa ot the Criminal, who (hall tfiKam bn ot h�i Accenptitt at A�tcaa� pticet in the laid Morder and Robbrrr, to be p*Mw Coerrin�a�f any due or more ot tkcm, _    ,    PHILIP CAKTI thIOH.;> HEREAS the Houle ofWiUian. Crowp* tixA. ot' Walhata Ones ia the Parith of Fnlsam, was (m Ttrarftay Niaht or Friday ttoraing) broke ewea aad robb'd of InafM Thiog* of Value, among �bkh ���a silw PmeMagawkNI w.m.C;  uh a Coat of Armi os it bra rug thiea Ly�a, Utitfm Crcfi a Talaot,' a Sitror punch Lade and SiWct Tea Spoon* raatk'd wkli ttWahat* lettm: It brought to be lu'.d or pawVd, pr�� rtop tbea and ti� Fartf. and (tire Notice to th� nhwe WllliaonCroenpton,oe roJoan Tboropfon i 1 Red Lyoa-cotm. * ailiag-ttrwr, aad )M iVaU tuta|* fomely tcwtrdcdforthcTrooble. TUB Governors of the Free - Grammar* * school nt" Jr. Ota�e> Southwatk Ndtic*, thait tbrjr iattwd # _ Icrt by Lcal'e, two Mtlliiageaoe icncraeno ta St. (KatcVrtrttt, ntNt tht f'ulni 6e.moodfej-ltre�t. ore �o ttK Poflrflieoolf jc*� Wcilky. jhvcmJket, attd the oilier �(Jp>imt>t, w� tvbpy ; and that lb* tetnora will lit to receiverV^pol'ais leaiMcp in Writing� Xm(t*t the Jd ot December nt; at 10 o'clock i-> ibe Foventjoa. *t. ittl Veflry.HallerarSt.Ola��'�Cbi>nhlof'��liuh mnrapanicataf.taNH% mv.ion may be had oT>4r. n�rry �petcc. Ward**, i�ar Si.CKa�ir*i Church, or Mr. VViliiam jBalt. Attrirflcy. cw t nndon Bridee.       , ^ LtfsT in February lalV� an old red Letter-Cafe, in which wert two ot three Ree* po and �<*� Not**, oaaj � lor 10L payab'e r� William Barnard or Order, by IhamnGamttiL  \'*\�a>ovcf oo anbey oewlott. |_> at the Opera-Houte b Cormt Career, � Uattf tnm Snuff;boi wi;h wriwjht Wo�t Opon the Lis* aWcmin^piftMw mi  laid Boi to Mr. Naylcr^ Jeweller, in Kin^-llretr. Oavcar-Oardaa, �t to Mr. Snow, Banker, at the Anchor wi boat umplf bar, (bail ItaW Potty Gnioeat Hewaid, and no qpctlbnj*�k-d, or rf pawa'd of their Money again �itb ibanku N. B. The Boa it rot worth it* Reward to aaf bat rr� Owner, tbcni^ few there will nut be any greater Reward oter d or yieaa. �_ OSt on TuefdaJTaiTlii^Veftmio _ Hall, a doobte Cife Gold Watch, the Nana repra, UOiom % ft had whcnlolt, a Odd Chain with Steel Switch, and two Seal* �*( G ld, the one an Ojy�, and tb? ctber a Coretltaa tttMwar fltall brintTit to Mr. Dae id Hubert, Watchmaker, oxr-agalalt tXiebam-yard in toe atrand, (halt ha�e Fi*eGuio�ai Reward fat ttaWtadr, or   ." propor ionablf for anr Part thereof, and rw QoHlkoa aak'd. N. B. hfo greater Renard will be ottrt'a tor it, tbe Caft* biis( eattemeiy fligh. STO'LN the 28th Inftant,- from the Red Cow �r Mile-End. abont Ni:e o'Cl^k h �h� kttmot, and I'm to gn toward* Cimbndge'Hcatb, a black M�'r, abcot 14 Hand* *jw} a hiilt bijfb, � Blix; down her Face, the near Heel be*!x>d wht �, cornea levcn, and b*d 00 a Bride and Saddle-, lVfco��e l and  e!l m Ftsntjory. & a*(hi raaf behai ato'n, (hall haw a Guinea tUwarJ. and reaijoabtcC'rarajra,   " s8 A�iCr7J4. DESERTED from the Hon. Col t'agettV Rcgimrnr. and fram Capt. GcrdoeS Ccmpaby, IrvOl ttctkiag in HV'.t. the 17th Ktlani, with (heir ttc�,tmrniai Cloa.h*. Thomai Maron, fire F> ot eleren l- i� Chid crooked. It either of iLem. or both, will return to their Coerpaaf wttai-t 1* Day* from the Da-e hereof, rtwy fha'l be paidu >'J; and if aar P�r-f^n orpcrfon> frture* rLtm. t,r *�i*r;vat" them u r>y t>oai. aoigieea :' Notice to Col. Denrteii at Ch�lrn�f>rd     Ilti. or MaynardOtJrrio, Agkot to the faid Rrfcimmr, in K�iht>ice-P!�cc tear Srito-ffrMir, (Lay_ flull rcrxiee Two Guinea* a* a Reward tarcach, am audatk>*C what i* oi reeled by Alt ot Parliament. _____    Mayr.arA Gutr'm. A COURSE of Mechanical and Experimental ____    PHILOSOPHY, Will begin on Monday tht id ef December, at (> in tit Evening, at tbe A c a d e my in TtntrerJUeet, By Mr. James Stirl in g, F. R. S. a � � Mr. William YVLajtts. THE Defign in this Courfe is to demonftrate rh 'te Thio/� by Eiperimentf, ubkb ba�e txt� tbuad oet by GcJRM tir4 � iih Mathasmatick*. but will be more pari-cnUity f �jb �!W> '( ci* ba ait aijw'd �� boat mucb Trouble and Application. The Motion ul etc flacau, fhakaot iIm U^c, Icii(t(<. AU. wt!l be eapUio'd by I hs  GREAT   ORRERY, Made by 7'o. Wright, offttetfretl, hUtbtmaiual hfawmm* x htaler to Iii Jiiajtjiy. Subfcnptiofl* are taken to, acd C*take�e� of the Co*w*et}�*a. at Mr. Innya'a ocifM. Paula, aid Mr.Sirabao'* and Mr.iTmot'a, fcuok-feUer�, io < J i*hiX "        For Sale by tbe C A N D 1- E, AT the Marine CofFee-houle in Birchin-lanr, ..... oj We . cl ay the fb of DecemVr ce*f. at Hot a Clock ta tb* Afietcujo,- cr�*.ilkiW.ii�Good�, �r�. A Varttl of hie" Miajuj Cittocn. - 80 CwkjfiscMjrri^CocSi-^iKti-- ............ v ta fag.white Pepper '/;fV^ a 1 Ditto Peppe' Vvtt. '  '\.Jr Ciu!o*.u�, �iibeti�illilcij�*�,^bf .^v" Samuel Torin, Brekiri    *^-\ A Large *     C .      *^ "5   

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