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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 3, 1834, London, Middlesex                                1' r :-w- ---J' Deal, December iv� ' |ESTF.RDAY taird Westward, Por-rylburg. Comb/, for Nana. Came down aad remain, Galjiard, Parfcl, for France t Mary, Maultcr, for Cadi* ; Warden Galley, Wigram, Irom Dunkirk, for Cidiz. Tbe outward- bound at per lalt (till remain. Arriv'd, [Boulter, Lyon, from Liibcn ; Prvf-perity, Dickey, from Seville. Wind South-Well. " I. O N   DO N. A Report has bien current thefe two Days, that the Court - iavtrecciv\l Advice, that Count Traun, the brave Governor ofOtpoj, hat b;cn at laft overcome by the honourable Con-dirjem offer'd him.by the Spaniards, and was mareb'd out �iia hb Ganifon, confiiling of near 5000 Men, With Drums btatiog. Colour* dit'play'd, as alio hrs Cannon, Mortars, and laf&�gt-Waggons, and that they were all to be tranfported to Trklte, a Port belonging to the Emperor, in the Gulph of Venice. � �'��(' But as the Letters from Prance are filent on tkat Head,' and the French by no Means to be fulbefted of fcppttffing any Occafion of Triumph, we muft believe it a ftasMMir without Foundation. * >Tis certain, that three Regiments of Spanish Cavalry, gad two of Dragoons, have palled Ronflillbn in their March a$mn the allied Army: And we hear, that the Court of Spun has been fo flrenuoufly follicited by the Kings of France asd Sardinia, to fend a further fpeedy Succour into Lombardy, that his Catholick Majefty has order'd the 12000 Foot which btely CuTd from Barcelona, to land at Leghorn, and make the beft of their Way to the Allies at Cremona. Toe Angelica, which was flranded on Sunday fe'nnight at Ana jn Bigbury Bay, as formerly menticn'd, belong'd to Jobgnc: She came from Malaga, and was bround to Havre de Grace ; her Loading was 1500 Barrels of Raifins and Figs: The Veffiel came in whole upon the Sand, and the Ship's Company were all faved, but were treated by the Country faple in the moil inhuman Manner, whoinfterd of endea-nuring to prefer ve the Veffcl, came down upon them with Acs and Hatchets to cut her up, and they loon cot her Mails to Pieces, her Cable, all her Rigging, and a good Part of her Sails: They plunder'd the Matter's Cabin, and took away his linen and outer Cloaths: Tbe Carpenter oj[tbe Ship going' along the Beach when the Tide was gone off; and having got -ojtof ber his Toots, which he endeavoured to keep, one of. the Country Fellows cut him crofs the Back of the Hand with � Hatchet.  The Country Bcople carried off a good Part of kf Cargo; and 'tis believ'd they would have carried eff the wick, and have cut the Ship in fen thouiand Piece* by the . Morning, had not Mr. Tolcfier the Tide-Surveyor, and the. ' ether Officers at that Place, corns to their AtfiiUnce. Mr. toUafin of Modycomb, on whole Royalty the Ship came on Share, and fome other Gentlemen of the Neighbourhood, like-wifc exerted themfelves dn this Occafion, by which Means the Skip was laved, aud 'tis believd about half ber Cargo. Mr. Tether, teh�d three Horfes as^hey were carrying off the Goods, and has taken the Names of several.of tbofc that fhaderd the Ship; and 'tis bop'd they will be prosecuted as tteKtturcof fuch barbarous Proceedings dderves. a On the -23d laflaat waalpjl in Chafe-Bay, on the back of to IfiY of Wight, the Yooog Ncllatta, a Dutch Galliot, stance Mailer, from Bourdeaux, laden with about 110 Tods if Wine for Amllcrdam, whereof not above 40 Hoglbcads WKatVd. A French Veflel call'd tbeOliveya, Demmo, from Boor, dtaax, was alto loll at the lame time, with about 30 Tons of Viae: The Mailer and Cook were drowned. A Dutch Pilot Hoy, Doit Mailer, run alhore the fame Day at Zockenend in Cbalc-Bay, and v-as fo much damag'd that Bw could not be got off again: Six of her Men were drowned �getting into the Boat alter the VelTel Uruck. The other two ' Vtftls were entirely beat to Pieces. The True-Love, Capt. Mitchel, bound from Briflol to KiDale, foundcr'd at Sea ; but the Men were all iav'd in the fcat,'Accept one. -'-- - Hb Ms]cily*s Ship the Gibraltar is arriv'd at Portfmouih 600 Cadiz. lotSaturday being the Birth-Day of his Grace the Duke of Buckingham, )rer Grace the Dutchefs Dowager gave on tlat Occasion a jaaoft fplr ndid F.ntcrcajnment to fcveral of the KohSity and Foreign Mtmllers, at her liouic in Sf. James's-JPaik. _.    - -. Last Sunday in the Afternoon the young Marquis de Ville "�mmj Son to bis moftChriitan Maji^yV AmbanaclorarCon-' aaatinople, accompany'd by another French Nobleman, arriv'd hoe JO fee thcBritiih Court. � Yeftcrday Capt. Collier, Commander of the Fubbs Yacht, - |J,'c*n'Ct' her Royal HigtineTTrhe Princefs of Orange from Dojer, toCalais, was introJuc'd to their Ma jellies at St. James's, bf the Hon. Sir Charles Wager, and met with a gracious Re-Option; he was afterwards elegantly entertained at Dinner by Sir Charles Wager, at his Houfe in the Admiralty-Office^ On Friday lalt died at Brillol, John King, Efij; an eminent Virginia Merchant, and Mayor of that City in (be Year 1732. The Dean and Chaptered Canterbury have choir n the Rev. Peter Vallavine, L. L B. Vicar of Monkton, to be one ef the Utnor Canons of their Cathedral Church, in the room of the KrvTKlr. CuinbetLind, deceafed. Yellerdly Morning died at Richmond, William Edmonds, a Roman Catbolick GcuUeman of confidenble Fonune. Lai! Saturday the young E�rl of Plymouth was brought to �  man between that T&wn and P�n , od afterwardj rorb'd hint of �ii Al�iu-> ccJ i'ocket Book. >*4then made otTilao' V\ unJlut>rth-'I m>n. OoSaturdaiy .Morning hit. unOiiscer belonging to Lis Ma-� Curioms eiidcavouung tadctcil Ibjne i.n.u-.'^Irr- at Lee-vrsen nar Ltwilbam JU ktot, u-j by cn: cf iUia Ihct dcid attelpot. Mr. White, one of the CLiki in the �co!np:. c:s Oifice in ^5 hank, u nude a Survr>cr ^nJ Coiltdor ia iL.- N�w- .On Thar Way bfe died of an Inflamatio* on bit I me time aw retir'd from a moil extenfive and Uborkxa Pfafticc at Maidtlone^n Rent ta enjoy the Repofeof a private�Life... -    v Vt ilerday Morning the Soldier that recer/d a Blow on his Head oh Sunday Morning from the Ccntincl who (hot the Corporal at Sotnerfn fjoufc, died of the Wound t and this Day the Coroner*a jory will fit On bis Body. Exported wkhnv the two laft Weeks to Portugal, 19906 Qrarters of Wheat, ado Quarter! of Peas and eo�Quaiters of Beans : To Holland and the Earl-Indies, 680640 Ounces of Silver, and $000 Ounces of Gold. Editkart, A'so. 26. YeOcrday the Lords of the Julliciary crammbufly refiu'd the Petition of the Provoil and Magillratts of Stiriwg, anent a Bill of Advocation pau by one Lord of Juftkiary, in the Complaint ag>iaiY Captain Charles Campbel and others. -  VVe were miSnform'd in the Article of ^eiteraayV Paper relating to the Rev. Dr. Middletori. Tht� Evening will be Pertorm'd, At the Kiko'i Tmcatkb in the Hat^Marxbt, The OriRA of ARTAXERSES. At the Tmiatri Rotal in Dtutr - La n b, The ALCHYMlSTi^rith Colombi�� CoeaTtSAN. At the Thsatrb Rotal in CovtNY  GaRd t h, CATO. At the. Ntw Theatri in GoodmanV-Ti blos, The COUNTRY LASSES, with the Lottery. High Water at London-Bridge thn Day. at 45 Minutes after 4 in the Mtwing, and 6 after 5 in the Afternoon. Yefterday Bank Stock was 137, 136 3 4ths, a 7. India 144 1 half. Sooth-Sea Trading Stock 8t t half, 81 $ 8ths. 81 1 4th, a 1 half. Old Asmmtks 104 3 8ths, 104 t 4th. Ditto New Annuities 105, 105 1 8th,004 7 8ths, 1 5. Three per Cent. Aaemtf 93 1 4th. Million Bank 107. African 20. Ycvk-BuiUiags 4. Royal Affurance 97 1 4th. London Affurance 12. New Bank Circulation 3I. 17s. 6d. Pica. South-Sea Bonds 3I. 8s. Prem. India ditto 31.131. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 2L Si, Prem, Engtilh Copper al. WeHb ditto Books font. Salt Tallies a per Ccy. Pitm. WhittMl, Mttf i%, .1734. WHEREAS it has beep rtprefehted to the Kp*, that Rtthard CaaiiDioa, Elqi m�t ** ToeWtf the 141I1 of Mar b't. abaci ibe Hears of Three and foor in the MoroioR, robb'a �sd mar ia his Uwelliaf-houre to Albnnarle-ltreec, imbopanu of Sr. JarnctWdlrainnec in iha C�uaiy of Mi4dlcles. aod fjli Hool'e bom co the Gfouod hit kiajctlr, tor the better diisorcriog and bring-tog 10 Initios the ftrfbosgu&y of fitch bcatooi Criraej,�� p'e�i"U to prMuttlas nuH aracioas r�rct i'liipg. of Va.ue. � " v Shalt receive of tt.e f-id John La vfco, a Reward of jol. fir tl.o WbJc. �Tlio l-to^iiii lor iuj fart, liive Notice at )oe*t Coffee-hemic, ta Miiie-fctuiE*c-4Irecf, or aubc Clumber* abuv�fa*d. _JOHN JLA WSON. York-BuiIdingS'Hotrfe,J 14 Nov. 1734. TTHE Governor and Court of djfiftanti of *" lie YttkBttiUiitgt Csirfanj da btrthj givg Nali�tt Thai a Plan tf am Afrttmunt, in order to diicbarge the Company^ Debts. ha 1 in* bitmef'ivi>'Jejb*tlx C**fa*jandtktir CtfJiivrj, #bJ tit Co.-*/*i�� hit^/iftg tm tbtir Parts txtcutcd an Injlnimait ag'iiJ m hyhub Portia fir fulling tin /aid Plan tula Exuutkn, a SiJ>f;rifiiia Btsk it ks\u b[*mJ at lb* Company'i Uuu/c in UTi*il*j}tr-fii at, and tit CsAut if Ajjtjluntt aad Cemmitttt of I hi CnJtU>rt iLill at/nJ im t-vtiy Tut/Ja-), IVidntfday, TlurfJay and TtiJau in c~f'i It'ttk, from Tin o'CUci in tbi Morning to One tn tit Jfttnaa, im arJUi ta rrttivt tbt SubfcriftieKl of tbe Crtdlhri Jjr tbtir rtfuS'mt Otmandt nfen tit Company. S. B- Priuttd Plant sf tbt ftid Jgretmtnt itiili bl deliver'J W�M ojs-if tn ant Prvprirtar or Crtditer. at tt* Cemfiinti From the llofpiul near Hyde-Park -Corner. November 1 8, 1734. IDIOTIC E'n hereby given, that a /fecial General * C.Mr 1 ��a./JL' 6t hid tbtti em Friday tbt Lib tf Dtumbtt c.-jrt, at 10 tl'.brf in tbt Fmimun, mfm txtrairdinttry /tjf'uirt uiar.ng t� tbe fad Ht/jJttU. Tt ?0�ith, Secretary, AT the KING's THEATRE in the Haf.Msiktt, thU-l^y, Ivira the }d of Drttmber, will he perforata New OTfiV.A, taird ART A X E R S E S. St tod lotts to be put tr(*ther, aad no rtrfba* to be addrirwd � withoyt Tuktu, ehkh wilt bo d*lit|ht vet or dry. Ahd there will bt a BatthLr Tw* Guinea* btfrrirtbe Champion* rnoonr.------- - *    1     *  : -:-wvbe $ mx n;-~;^ At tbt Blatk Utrji uftm tbt Pavement h tr%JISmitbjSUif Jhm � '    7tn in the MomiMg taSijt at Night, THE noble EfcEPHANT, Jatejy fiv r[v'dtVoroihcE�(!-fndie�,and a.Utee OSTAICM ^M0tt|W from Sallee ia $duth*tiaib*rK* frcir.g the two |reatvltCur*eAieie�cdrI known In thl* Kingdom, abuadance of QuaIUv aod Oemry daih itx- iorttr.g 10 fee them......... . ~   . ~ N. B. Finding Hneoorafrm'tit from the Quality and Otatr�*,ih�   -black Rlcph�otandth*|tt�i01triili will Bay lomawotl liaMSM&ir Mo'e iheyjA abroad. "   ; � On WeinefUy tbe i%tb of Decimber InjtM will begin ^ A Complete Private COURSE of HUMAN. % ANATOMY, Opeiatton* In Surgery, with Fracture^ DiAjea* lions, and their fcvsml Btiu'agfciT x k By A. C HO VET* Surgeon, tT_Ai>4 D*mqnst*"ato'K'W Ai^ATOuy �/ sitrtimt Htltk 4t hi* H lufe in Ltic.ller ftto*tt. '   >   T 1  O b" i* on Wectncfday Night the 13th pati,. | , J at the Opera-Uouto la Covvm Girdct), ilit(t faoar* Ooldj- � Spurt-bat with wruuKht Wqik upon the lid. a Woman** pictare wilbtav - and t wo longifh Kofe Diamond* upop ifie top.  W hoevcr will brirg (he laid Dos to Mr. Nay)or, Jeweller, iu KTriji-'treat, CwveofOirden, or to Mr. Snoe, Danker, at I be Ar.thor �i bout Terop|e-baf, dullji*�w   ' Forty Ooloea* Reward, and. on Queltion* tik'd i or if ^awn'd Of fold, their Money again with i haiikt,         ------ N. D. The Oos i� nut worth j:.e Bewara^many but tU OwMb tbcre_ _ fore there will not be any greater Kcwsrd uw�rd"or f Iteb,   '   " "jj   O'S^T on, Sunday laft, between Covcnt- | > fl*tdcvmul.Su Jatnet'* noufe, fappoa'd to be takea to by a Shae-Cleancr, a Ring with three Itriiliant Diamotajt, the aeiddtafttw,  > weighing about three Orajm of the firtl Water. It offcr'd to ba ~ paen'd, fold or valu'd, you are defir'd 10 Hop It ( or it tli� peraVii that hat uken it up wiltbrlntf ictoJUt. John N^ugle, Jew�!l�r^thc Corner of Southimp on-nrect. Cov. ni-0�ia�n, Ihill have Two Oui�*t-waid, �Bdr.oQjieHiQti�atk,d. . bE E T in a Hackney Coach that took uct  ; a Fair thT'CoriieV of'Swlllo'w'i'flrettTrar.'the Mceiing-Hotiie," biweeu Seven awflBight o'clock on Saturdiy NigM lall, aedfet*Km down inK>cbm?fli)-Buildinyi in l>c*ii-flr�l, S, Iv^.a brown UrabCrear ( o�r, with I'la e lluticn* and Velvet Cape. Whorver bring* it to Mr. OakeVat the I'olf Houfe, the lowered of &-*aI!ijw.Hic�t aforetaid, )b*lt hare a Guinea Howard, arid �o   aikd: It iifcr'd  (> it, aod t^e r�me Kcwarj (ball b* give". r N. H. Tiifi Oudim�n u k now*!. _   . ilifli'tr OST oFmiflait! on Friday the^22d paU, f *b-gt Sevettin the. kuniut+ju. the bJUdi:.S.w.aa.Xawa to. Out ......mew l�ii*. uj (iimtng Irunithence, * I'tomilT.ry NJteTirUer the Hand of Sir Cxlar Child lor 301. dateJ iaOAobcr 1*11, and payable ia three Monih. to the Order  t Mr. fainck Stttspuic. It (be Huldtrof the fame will hm$ it tothclUrof the uw tatera bthiedthe Royal Gtclrioge, or of Knigtit't CoffiC-beofe-ra Lir.x-llreer, any Time oa^aT before the ijth Inllaiit, hu (h�ll h*ve hah a Gum*a Howard, Care havi'tK heen taken to 'top forwent ot tlic Nora when dim._ on Friday wight the I   OST or mil I j pall, a fm>ll.l'oc�ei-iio.,k will a Mai bit-Caper U>�cr, Con* toioirig IJirie Mcinurao4um uf� '� lonrtwre'-Hrsei, fhal' l'�ve Ijair aGuiiea Rc*/ard* aad] rmtjycljlont'atfc'd.    No arcatci Hc�ard will be Kiv-o.' WflEKEAS on Sunday Evening Jaft, be- ween I i�e and Si� o'clock, * Hickory Cu^ch took op a Oco� tlewnman iu Milt.-lane, and fee her do�o <  ner'>, at the blue Lyon and SurVg Ne*�*te-ltreet, tic ffcaU bate Fit* Xh'llin-' Hfw^fd. �H'I nrj <|uflfimi� �ik*d. To   be  feremjiarily   SOL D, Btfire Ribtil Ihlford, Ejq; ont of ibt Majitrt of tbt C'-urt of Cbamtry, puijuunt u an Ordtr of tbe /aid Ct Tomorrow, the $tb Injf. at Fi-vt o'Chtk in tb* Aftunuon, I'WO  large  Lordfliips or Manors,  tvi Matkci,, l-ifli.'ty. ii'J all Kojiliic, aoj (cvacty pouod * Yca ihk ia v\irilA!.| �a. tue adi'ioiet* ***r ii( ifie Countr ot' toS^FX.   puticua'* wlj�ie\>l* toay t� baa at (aid Msllcr'' Chi�bc'i m sjin'iad'� Um ia (.baotw). aca.   

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