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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 10, 1834, London, Middlesex                                Parisf December 14. I Report is current here, that there tut been lately great Caballing at Coon, for the Command of the Army next Campain cn the Rhine. 'Tb {aid that the King, when laft at Petitbourg, was two Day* together without Hoiking, and that it was then refblv'd to appoint Mcnf, the Duke to be Geoeralifltino of his Majefly's Forces, and the other Prince* of the Blood to be Lieutenartt-Gcarrals and Adjutants to his H ighneft. *Tis pretended, that tfceDake b to have a Council allotted him of the moll expert Geaoab, and that one ot this Council is to have the,Com- ggwImiitn-Hr Highness----------------------------------------------.1;,_,..1 ' Dul, D�. 8. The Wind coming fair Yettetday, about 4 VCbcfciathe Afnroooh, the outward-bound (ailed Weftwajd, osrpt the three India Ships, the Rochester, Turner, for fru^, and one other Ship not known. Came down Vefler-�*anTteuled thro*, Neptune, Park, for Cadis. Came down a*d remains, Tilly, Dove, for Dublin. Arriv'd, Union, ^CMa, &cm New-England.  Wind S. W. LONDON. On Thttrf3ay Night laft his Excellency the Count of Jgotteo, Amtcflador Extraordinary from the Court of Spaint an Ejaraordinary Courier from his Court, and his �x^ '^mtjhat been several Times fince in Conference with the IfMsVrs of State- ft is again aflur'd. that the Affair of the TjmH"**" oommitted on the Englifh SubjefU in ,the Wcft-jpej, �ma fair Way of being adjufted to tJieSatilfaclion'of jli>djjuij � � �.TlePideSry, arriVd at Briftol from Cadiz, twings an Ac: tarn, thai. juA before fhc came away, Capt. ForrcUer, in a MNinety Gun Ship, brooght in thither eleven hundred ml�roj^e Veffel^ and had fuiu^anotberwhichh�d In ending, in the Strcights.. They were Algcrine VefTels.    || We learn by a Ship arriv'd at Whitehaven from Carolina, || tattle Mdkrrro; Capt fkrkley^bound to .this City, was htdy kd �theGdph of Florida. 1 The Crew perceiving ber , f$j*aadyfcakY. and enable tc reach any Pott, took to their 1 limn ah fork frmifiOTiT ai they could flow ; and after being licatyDaysatSea, arriv'd safe at Carolina. . Tky wiiie from Soafbnrg, that the French upon breaking BpnVCampain having tent 6000 Sick into thcHofpitals of pat Cry, the Air was to infeded by them, that the whole 2�astiueatned with Contagion. Several of the Phyficiatts SarMons that attended the Hospitals were already dead. -"TfisUajefty has been pleafed to appoint Robert Allen, Efcj; tobeooe of the Gentlemen of hi* Privy-Chamber. His Grace the Duke of Montagu has appointed Mr. Bennet �f Wiadfcr to be one of the Band of Gentlemen Pcnfioners. lir. Godfrey is appointed firft Clerk to John Hedges* Efy Tttafinct w his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, in the Bans of Ur. Andrews, deceu'd. Tklb9r.RdsmJcnkin.M-A. one of the Minor Canons sfdcCidcdral Church of Canterbury, is p�fcnted by the htt Chancellor to the Re&ory ot Wdtberc, in the room of tkffar. WOiiam Wood, M. A. who rcfigned the fame, and hedbted by the Lord Archbifliop to the Reclory of Sr. Mary Isedsna and St. Andrew in Canterbury, void by the Death of llr. Cumberland.  And The Rev. Charles Milles, B. A. i* collated by the Lord Jsjdbi&op to the Rc&ory of Harbledown, next Canterbury, inl by tt� Death of Mr. Frances. on Vo>k-Buil4ing?*toure. Dec,6, 1734. ; Ttf & Governor and Court of Jwtantt of Gentral Cmrt tf tbt. faid C��tvWf.w// h htU �# ftVtr i* IrtntbtperflrM tnTrutij *}* l\tb / cbi*-tbtfit****, on Special Affatra._. Oa TorBay M was paid into the Bank of England_____ - - ~ -    -    ----' "'    of Georgia rftl*Tniu^ for eflabliflung the Colony _, aAs&erka, the Sum of tool, collected for the (aid Colony, If the Rev. Mr. John Stanley and the Rev. M{> Thomas iWwhi, Reciters of Lirerpocl, viz. collccied at Liverpool' *>l and at Pralcn zo 1. A few Days ago died Peter Cranke, Efq; one of hisMa-jpfh/s JofHces of the Peace for the Tower-Hamlet;. Erratum, iuYtfitrdayi P*f*r% in the Advtrtijtmtnl of Mr. Ymjt Ctmuri ij hUfnk, fir Friday the totb, uad Friday dc 13th. This Evening will be Perform'd, At the Kikc'i Theatre in the. Hay-Markit, Tie Onii ot OTHO. . ^ �/At'the Tucatkc Royal in Drury-Lane, The hiER RY WIVES of -WINDSOR. At the New Theatre in Goodman's-Fields, TV POND HgSBANb, with the C^�Wc��//r/m/. ^Hsgfi Wacet at London-Bridge this Day, at 8 Minutes �? 11 in the Morning, and 38 after 11 at Night. AT the New -Theatre in the Hay-Market, Totnorfov.beirg the itth of Dct��b in. N.B. If fjGtttlttua digrti u & im mitt Utmntt tbt Vadtr-toki'l it*xumtd,ib*^^b* fititffdbiitmiagtatbt foid Samuel YelerdayBank Stock was 137. India 145, 144 1 half. I^SeaTnding Stock 8: 1 8th, 81 3 4th*. Old An-�nej 104 3 4tfcs. 104 5 Sths. Ditto New Annuities 105  h*. 165 3 Sths. Three per Cent: Annuity 93 3 fjths. �OBnalsanJt spy. African 29. York*Buildings 4. Royal Afanntt, 98 t 4th. London AlTurar.ee 12. New.Bank Q�n*hapn4l zs. 6d. Prein. South-Sea Bonds 3I. 13s. Prtm, aadia ditto 3I. s8s. a 19s. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto *L&. Premr Englifh Copper zl. Wclfh ditto Books fhut. *dt Tallies a 1 4th per Cent. Prem. j^T ihe KIWG's THEATRE  in the . ' >Uy. uaiact. itu Cay, bei-e the icih of OcccmUr. �i.l "pBtoua'd aa OPk&S, til.'d O    T    H    O. ffe wi *>>t� tube put Ige Her. and no I'crfom to be tdmUiei Tttksu. �h*b will tie ecUtcr'd       Ua>, a: the On'ia; *�Haj-jj|�il-ct. �th*<* *Guiocic�ch.  Cillery j. By Hi Ma J E STY*/ Command, Jo Ptifvak Uiercr t.j be idmictd b^hmd ibc Scenes. 7� bt&ia At Six �CL* blue and white'ftrip'd Ticking pocket, in which was a green l"urf0 with 20 Oof neas, a Dos with two Guiocat and a half, one Crowu and balf a Crown i aootherBoi with twoSiooe Rings, oiw with five Di�-mwdtparkranda-placerbraaotb�j^�b�fwitbwo'Spares and a Cyplwr of B. C. add foor Mouruwg Hiog*, the Nitse ih two it Ceorge Smith, io another Sar�b* R�i*r, and io the other William Corrycr, Wboe��r will bring the ftme to Shticnci'* Coffee lioofc in Canaoo*Qrrct. fbalt have Tea Cuiteai Hcward paid at the Uar, nod ou QoettiOns a�k*J. If oftVd to be pawu'd or fol., pfcafe to Hop them, aod yoo (haU have the lame Reward  or if alLor any of the Hioit be foldtwpaWnVi ^blc Vaiw for tlieUuK. tM/HEREAS Jofeph TIarcty, an Iriftman, VV by Trade a Orptn<�r, tubb'd hi* Lodiinge on Friday lailol  light Olivc-foloor Cloth Coat and waittcoat, liu'd with a Sba^'co  Pair or light-bloc O-cethet, a t�atr of IXiubic-tliauncl 1'ump.,� iu,'t of StotkiagJ, a Pair of ttutHct. Siotlr and Stcitk.Butlcle.'a.id a i*w bob Wig. Wtioererbrin(!*him. � Coioea He* �rd. He it about fitc Feet two |oclie> high* 1) Yr art of Age, pale Completion, with dark fiyebrow*, and hajM* aao!d white Coat fore under iheArtm. _       ^_;__ LOST on Sunday lalt, between 5 and 7 o'Cloak ia theEvcaiig. g'irg totpChrilt'i-Hufpital, a pla,,, Siltcr Wattti wirb a SiUer Slider, a Leather Stiiog and Key, ihe Mi-|tet*�Nime 00 the Uial-pU'.e JuhnCracucr. Wbuetcr will bring y.e taidWa'ck to Mr. Abhot'�, at the tamb ia t>c*e�cu(-cx.urc near the Tcoivlc "> '':e Strand, (hail receive Two Coincat Reu ard, aud no (�ic-(It.ns : , o- it 1 rf i'd tu tc foldtr pjwti'd, pr�)r Uop it, aod bi�c Nuiiu lUicuii     X"u It'll hate reasonable Chartje*. N U. Nugreiicr Reward will be offer'd. LEFT in a Hackney Coach on Sunday the �It tnftant, a,C�|3 of PibUt, Steel moui>iip|/, the Maker* Name Vvillon; tfi* Co*chmtn Jook up the Fair io Corohill or thereabout', and le: it doldea Ball i� Sackviiie-llreci, F'naiiUY, IliaII r/Ccivc halt a Guinea Kcv jrd. aod aoC(acitior.i aik'J; or if ilfct'U to be pawu'd it foWt pr�y tit� Nwtkc at �t">�c, and y<.u (hall have the fame K�w ui, I t*. V. No greaiei Reward w(U be �ff�r'J. S'TRAY'D,* black and white HrGwr,wtth ftttt Hoes MUiHi *|ft*^^(r* VlMflK %ti*(wfcs^iit% WMr* mftCJ at Fltct.diieh. flkaU ha*r ttw Shiftefa Rrowg        _* tjiy HEREAS a fmal! dock for banging VV the Maker's Na*acOa�wt�a ^Od^Waatjoce omf      ' laft by Mr. J�  cm m ot btktg t\^tmmawanwfpT^t*tv.tonmmiM*mam] it ayaio patifg Charye*. ��'for * 41 A* T~ H,   "* *' ^v***1'-� ^Three-end Coach and fix Horfe wilf fet out tnm the White Bear Xan in twomify on llsarlW aatt iat uthurTaat, by ^ -     -h  JVUBom Beytt. N.lt. ttth. Briftol �tJHolNWatw.l�^fl|� Winiun Milkr. M��er of the (aid tana,       , .    ---------Cock hi rnll Matt. ct'dj g.mNotKa. that alUdtc* mu .Tune.'  '� - -      ���        * '"Horn- "tT ;y'- iJC/ILUAM BROADSTOCKCStwmiket "f . at '"-V - "r" H-n JTna^yabt^l^lK H ipfititt ENRY CJLARKE conU. r-     ^�kttieotb�Crceka^Lail�I^wW4a�u.*^�a*iw the Memory, satb OctBttWwhoii aaaw^or t^sJ^^eSSl it Mceffiwy or airmail to tett�r�c tfeat %**r**T?ttZZ7L7ZV ontvetai YeantrwY may ia a gam Meal ctb into a way ot making ifhrir Reidwrg b nawrn CM J^g themMve* oety om Hewt a Day btHmm �� S ; He� rotMfp�tewttk,e#*SieMfaL^ hoato NMad the Royal feschanaw. ot aa 0� cSmrrcSmSXi JwwfllMe, at each of--r sillnIat*anlnwinataalagj tp* Utowig be t.kw proper C� o*. � h.^JSwoSama *hen and ,bcre they ffaB ptt*j>^t�wely >**�� W/HEREAS the Shop of Gooi^ mm. JL.'^thlMiB,5V^i"^ H�bh.maa^dW^��^t��. ffmetbaVniparty of James Burdotk. !*��,�_ iMCruwaiu Tavtftnck-ttreet, to the GaHm* Ray hereon.WcdoeHay HtUtw witf btrngt e* 63 adeoaiwaathe Sale till ell bCllf^ " d,Hh�*�alby�andPeeiiat-Saaow, Iwaw iyaaajm*m' and Feffiaa*, Outdb and o>tier Vatwca. fktimmT Camblcts, Silk and coaamon '^slyaUt(�, �wd Qiwmp+mc f-ad�� Yc�r Pcm*(ff; liisg m ttuhafl* aad Cm mS'pvwn raeimea in' �b� ' County of Eftrc. Partkolar* thereof"may be had*! ik* 1*4mfjyg'a Cbaobcra in SysaoBd'a-iaa ka Cfasaaaey-Laafc       _          f To     LETT, *T \' In Lad-Lane near Milk-Street*      ~: IHE Houfe of the late Mr. Hatnrnond. Dry-falter, wftbor wtrbowt rht Wa*s*?*ar. s^ajaic�l Mr. apothecarr, ia Cr>>wa.to�wt. CheatwJe Alio a winc-Vasb to be teniaCtow*enettafaeettaa. aa above. At the Bull and Gale in fldter*,     �* IFinctntebred bUck Chaifc Marc, come $, ^ lull 15 Hand*, and *�tt paih'd, bsi.g wteJ to  CiaJe aa�ilt for a Caotkaaau'* Co**6 or Chario*, as nkewtfc lc*  m***1 Otmb- 9t0, sj Hand*, fit foeany low^GcaalcaaMoe a,a*f,, To be SOLD, At the Red Hart Inn in Feittr lane, A Beautiful Bay Stone Horfe, fit for an F\ Officer, fire Year* old I'd Ctaft, sj Haada lag*, tbwawghry fbuod. andhaia loogfoil bUckM#eaal tail. ( To be Lett or. Sold, Next to Mr. Hawkins's in Woodford* Ejfex* TWO Brick Houfe, wkh Coach-boulcs, stable* and OifJrn to cad), with otiWr C^sweatita. eewof the Honfc* ec'vB fo-fUh'd. :o te     wrh ot wii&aat :>cil>ide. & i8ilitr.ofartf o*nc� Ba^eeasse^aaaafljipa, MJb m Bites of Oroood to batld on, aw a fci*� LavaSfe. T� fe LET T at Cbrifimai next, Fi�/aw mt Pttmfttad*Levtl, mtmr Wtttvmh imXtrnt, 1FTY-FOUR Acres of Marth Land, late-io the Qttopation of Mr. Jdto ftmimU. deataa'd. afaajmsa �t* ...t^tpuxhetm�t�lf,.at,V*\V*& it fMfdt^f^^Jmvkmtkmk * as tbe Royal Atricia tlouie ia Let Jciui>f re� ; Me- Jsfa* feaiiR, Uifiiltet at Woolwich ; at Mr.Tboa*** t^m'^ Ibaca^c*. *�ab*f faaet* peptferd. _ . | To be LETT, //; Switbin's-Lane, between Sailers-Hall and Bearbvtder-Lane, AGood Houfc with all Coavtaueoccs, fit for a iniddHng Family. ��(h a larga drv Waadkuadc, if tar ftawrai Sorrtof Bttfmci*. Th��aiaa*V>a�4 uouLctttt. mt tarn {ml I hvoleaojkwiw farther__    _" " To    Te    L E T T, " In Lw~Lanct near tbe lyty-Houft im Little  Eajlebea?, 'Gi**'. A Large Houfe, foor Rooms on a Floor, ^rJI waiiOiotud ai>d iaib'd. a Fax of b*^ IXaxi. artoa^ flan�~ hoofi Rxotn, aad a Vaub (a rt* ftcct; Tirlnwt/'* Maagb to he fcU. with Paakwi'a Uittfil*. �* Mx-fwAea,.'CUI* fnftm neb-in^-rreff, &c *U Uiel. vau fb
                            

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