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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 11, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advcrtiicr. W ED N E SPAY, p tc b m BiR  1t,  1734. JIagni, December 14. U E People of thefe Provinces bad emertainM lb general a Notion, that thtSauo General wwbouttaitke feme vigorous Steps with relation to their Form bv Sea and Land, that the late Refolutiou of their High MrghtinefTcs for continuing the Snie of War 00 the foot of Hie preterit Year, was a uuivcrbl Surprise. Men did not know whether the prcfent VMtetsalky teasfor Life, or to have a fooner Period: They f imt anknewiog too, but that Maxims of State, like biahYd Bowb, Slight take many Circuits round the Mark, and yet - ee*er fn it it lift: Thty perhaps belicv'd (to borrow an ft AOafion from, our Neighbours) that it might tend more to the * cam Security to keep the Lion in the Lobby, than to � let him into the Hoofe and then try to mtrzzle him 1 to that * tfc� had reconciled to tbemfclves, in fome Meafure, the In-�t3stnknce and Expence attending an Augmentation of* f atca-f-oiccs: But their Note is now changed 1 and as they * doubt not but their High Mightincffcs, from the Altitude of their Station, cjndircryThingj imperceptible to vulgar liyes, * tht-Report is Peace, arid a Congrefs talk'd of with a fort of '** Certainty, founded on the Confidence Men place in their It beown'tl, that the Preparations making by the Courts us, carry an Appearance veryiinle Pacihck; for the ^ ^^Mlgh.tineffo �mfi|mmate Prudence and^Conduft. 1M fMRd os, carry. an Appearance veryTiuie rauncK j torcne '.'�'�� Eaptrorii providing againlt the Expence of another Cam-�������* BribyFrame is railing Men and.Money with all poffible � *� V%QV, and SpauTfenSog more Troops to Italy to prefs the * GMnotftof Sicily. Oar Letters from Lombaray mention �� twhJM wf Importance, but we are ftill in Daily Expefta- * teofti|rw* from Count Kooigfcgg. .... M&^f Wind S. W. and tbui Weather.  The out-'Mfcaaad Ships rcsnain as per left. Mod of the Ships that igji �n &urday Nfcbt are pot back, and more are coming L OH D O N. 1* Itigbt their Majeftis, his Royal Highnefi the Prince of ,Wm*, Pnnccf* Amelia and Prioress Caroline, were at the Tbettwihe Hay market, to lee the* celebrated Opemjrf QmtBcrfbrmVlAae. Ute Cumberbod, Capt. MarfhaU, from Jamaica bound to IxadoB, wis loft a few weeks iince near Carolina. And � Brtgantine, Capt. Watts, from Virginia bound alio MLoaaoB, was toft the 6th Inflant near Folklton: the Crew m twksppiiyav'd. ' Ia* Week feme Rogues broke into the Greenhonieof Sir jtsaay Satnbrockc. Bart, near Enfield, and entirely deftroy'd m Oraxfcry, which was cAeem\d one of the fineft in the This Evening, will be Perforra'd, ' A|tat Theatre Royal in Covbnt- Garden, TssOrttA of ARIADNE. At me French Thiatre in the Hay-Market, Jdi U&DEC1N M ALGRE LUV, &c. At the Thbatrk Royai. in Drury-Iane, Tk MERRY WIVES of WINDSOR, with the Iftmir.  * iAt the New Thbatre in Goodman's-Fiei-oj, BONDER, with Britahwia. - Hsjfc Water at London-Bridge this Day, at 8 Minutes >hr�at Noon. -     . * |tfem>y BaalrStoiJc wu136 j 4ths a 7. India 144 I fat. bnoth^ Trading Stock Si 3 4ths a a. Old An-taCm 1041 hslf, 104 5 8ths a 3 4ths. Ditto Naw Annuides tot 3 Jths a t 4th a 3 8ths. Three pet Cent. Annuity 93 lhm Million Bank 107. African ao.  York-Buildings 4. IM�f AArancc 98 1 4th. London Affuraoce m tfth. If<�ink Cjrculatkm 4L as. 6d Prem. South-Sea Bonds 3I. ijfct 14s. Presn. India ditto 3L 18s. a 19s. Prem. Three � Oul dkm sL cs. Prem. Bnglilh Copper al. WeUh j� Boob (hat Salt Tallies x 1 4th per Cent. Prem. AT tkr KING'S THEATRE  in the fedsna'dao opera, cira . O    T    H    O. *�"� "�b.ba put tefether, aod no TaTom 10 be admitted jsnaat TKkeu, wtikb win be dcHrer'd �hat Day.    . BAN K R V P T. Thomsi Aldwill, of the Parifli of St George Hanovrr-fquare in the Comity of MidiUcfcR, Dealer and Cnapman. -~~fyrr4b4'~Benefii ef Mr. Yotiwc, Orgamft. AT Merccrs-Hall� on Friday the ijch In-fUar, will baa CONC1RT of Vocal  and  I n s t r u me utal M    U   SI   C    K.   * The Vanl rarts to bt perfxm^ by Mils Cecelia Too^f **i Mi&lu> balla Yoongi the Mtrasncntai br th� H*t)�n tram the Opcr�s in pir-rkuhrs SJiooetbeVt^iibyMr.rrMirtt, � Sotoonif* V?^ ttlk. by Si|. Oporili, and a Solo on rht HatKbor by Mr. Ky tcli. Cuaclnairt withAnecrhbratM Water Mafka, tw�pit4 by Mr. tiandtU m*iiM.h Mr. Feiiimin BiJccr wilt beat a frreambe oa the KcnW Vtoau, auua-ptmed withTrocapeb, rrtach iioras, ftc �     .      . in Mciters Halt, and at Mr. Yoaag's Mtswk-uuo in St. Pao.'. Ct�w*.v jfiri.ax 51. each. , ^^^^^^ To hp* st Sevt*   Cl*ck. f  ~S T^^om^y Evening lafr, between To   be SEE N, ifri ijw* near Cbanng-Crofs, 'Tn Animals, one a Cow found in the Dafeitsff nracia, arita fit Put. t*0 of ihe* liheibofaofa Mm. (ha Natlsof a Lob*itr ana a Sail s fht huthe Ml/ ofaMarf a>dT*il of a Horlo; Che makas a Caitfay. t>n* h*r Vb�ta�kM, and underIWi F.i^lifh, FtcMhaodCaeimn 1 fha p�t� o*t her Tt�fo� like a Lyon. iofcc(�cnaJfo,aCaliftat0MtMtsal** , aidCiPeethkaher. -- Tha other U an aasphibioaa Aoaasstt Ot, who lives �the ��� as well as opan Land, as bigu aCMaan>taortr( ma Bach as bald a� ihs Palm of <;*'* Hand, tU Rons esaAly lit* a Rasa, ot aa  e�nill�ttalimp>r>iratVi. anna, wb* was extremely p.eaa*d to fee aa Aateaal w heavy �a Lard ta fo nimble in Ibe Waef. ~ �.chr�iloDpaying Si. mi rcrfbaaof DUUlkovihat ib^p**-"] On Monday tbei6fb Inftant, at fin in th Evening* will begin ACourft of Mechanical and Experimental Phiiolbpay.. In whieb (heliiea the ufu4 trariifcW m ce-' �onllrate ibe ftracfp'.ee of M��h���k�, HytfrcaatiaRa, aod O^ckkt) will brOjewa the PLANITARIUm, a oeWMschiae Iuciplaia and cxpofe to View, the Motions, Maesirodcsi and b.Haaeea ot rttc Heareoly Bodies, and all cha Pben� mena ot AHmVioao), in a barer and truer Manner tbaa has ever yet been (hewn by tit* Mitiiice. By j. T. DESAG U LlERS, L.L.D. F. R.S. At his Uiufi in Cbanml-Rwe, W*ftmi*jlrr; Where CataWflois ot ibe KSDCtimeats ma% be had, Si4 Sebsuipttoas ate tsken in ; as alio at Me. Jeaux's, Bookftder, at the  omweiit> Tutamtow, bebg tbe I2ih 01 ibis tailani, V 4 o'clock id the arerouoa Pieeifidy, � the CaHle Tatcrj acw Cray's. fan-Gate ia Holborn. THE Gentleman educated ale the Chaner-houfi vtboot, aredefir'd to meet at ibaCbapelToovMm�. tba lathlnHaOT, by K o'Ckca�ttoaeaf a Scraoa, aodaa Otattoa ia the Hall, and tram thence ct> to and d�e at tbe Cr�sns aai lottSt.r " over slain . Clement** CnorUi ia Use Straai. st Mr. Reward. ADR E. ^^V*.1" 10    P"�h� tvrfbos to beadmimd **i�^Wleey ?, *      "      ' Cuiuw fi,U *� y'i CtmmanJ, no Mntxu v;,�tCicr 10 be admitted bchi�d die Scenes. AT Bi thipDmPany of French Comedians. �.hfc ^ Jh"tre 'he"Hay-Market, w MEDECIN MALGRE LUY . 0 a, The Mock   Docto Writttm   by   MoLllM. D E U X   A R L E CLU I 1* "b EltrtmiuantKf Dattciag. R. N S. Us iU ft A�j*e �y     �'C^. Tlcleia ate dcUsct'd by ihe Porter ol the Chaner-hoofe. Vinojtu'a in Lodgaic^lrcct, aod at tbe Ccowa aad AccBar.   N. B. Steeards are pro�ide4for tluaaftb^ Year. - Dtumbtr 10, 1734. tft?HEREAS Peter Forelhew, a Miller by V Y Trade, s Maa of a middle Starts ia, aboai a� -Y�a>a of Age, hath ibisdJay robk'd hisLodeintsof a Ii^bt sofcor Oftb &ifcCoax wab Plate Buti oca, a Silver Watch, the Maker'a Naaw Wa/d,Lwadun, opooihe UiaLpiite, and had 10 It whea Ilia, a sitter Seal, wiib Sc. Oeotae killmt tha Oracoe. Whiter wmafpfebe^ tba laid Peter Fotclbew, Das he may bebroofac tojcltwe, ihalbavcbaif aCajva steward, and realonabW Charges. If list laii-israicb * tAi'd 10 U aawn>4ov told, pear (top. ii, wul lite Hons-' to M;.<3ayioo. at the C�fentry crots, Bromley, Middagt, �oi yCs, cot wuh 6�c Di�-sparks and a place for another, ia* otbw wi he will retary ii� a Weeks tune be Quil te kir^r r.�ri�' . or ohoeeer inf-nnu bis Mailer where be assy be sovaj, ibaU be reaFJaabiy rcwa'ded. Wacii ha went aaras l� haJ oa a tvoc �i. u|i i  Cheat Jatsc* Itre.t, BedtJed-raw, a Stiver Punch $ acr, msrk'd uwo the Hi*JUJ. P. Wbtxvcr briif* it to tbe Bar ol Junatbau'* Cuicf bouia ajb>ctai�, fhattbate h*lf a CWocs Reward, and no Qiielli^an a.k'd-  if oBV# so bi pawn** * t�i4, APerlbn who is experkne'd in Accorhptt. and aow in a BafiMls that s*>rd� srnte letrtra lioare lb kit** \ *!? ,**Pt,-t t1* &***�� ot a Mcrehaat. Trader, ac'atrfh. which be is wiliiog to cmpk nao, ' * ' biN inMflk tt;eet. %* at ibe rtmttr't^7bi�W|Vitr] A For B AT H7 A Two-End Coach and four Horfct fee out John mikinfa. ~~IS�)"HT1N  DE LA EONS. J F.WELLER* DEM O V ED from the Ring and Croffti JC\_ k� olIleR'eet near tbe Meat*, to the Rtageed Crow* set Weiu�ircet ces* tbe*ct*n.UisU, snJ teste,, boys esd fUss all forts of Jc >eband Qrrioaries at 'aarouble Rat^ to be Tsottb;---- ^^ccb*m-ra>'�ira-bilt in ThJcadoaaalc-llrect, us good) **jKoea�*�t Itoaie aadnarden in ttgcjistk's-atlef, tk� trppenaid of lloa.oc. which iibeeepaji'dio^Vnui^niOK. _ A�l a IMfe, the s.�k J rt* rtrcc Uuiss, ia Corahill, the ibki Hto� St-Pe.eiV� ey- - . fa^aiiect" Mr. Jjiesh B:aiihiw, st Mr. Iliuhtog's, a Packer, is> Orcta La.tks>la�e. aear C*is�9^ Ureat, Luodoe.. --~irj�t 'We, Coasb boeie ard oilier 1lnr Tsaofti. tmtm Y*�d. aod O.rdcnt �*;;fd id a.-jlf j.;..ed wirb �o-i4 troif, aim a'arta rooil-S m p'-aikiol h ii.j ClK'ttt,. Ap^ies �td Vtalcoi*, m4 7 ACrce1 of Woc4 ta d. Alu 1 :t(J>���e wi:b a S^ra.>ubk�.lwot>coaiaa.aasl 40 oU Inn 01 Aijb.c, Pii(u:c md Mta^o*. Land, with Riant of t,. a�w.  tiU�. �C s f Mr. JocsaSbatr U |>��C1LHC litcet  it Lout ( iii ^tfsie, leaden. T WHEREAS the Shop of Gootls, la I �jj Matwci'r, ti.w.-i �kJ Siabu-oiikei', daceas'd, ecm: the r*i jpeftf of jvots Baractk, be is r�oo�*d nib* tte Crown tn T*vifl ak Hirer, 10 ihc|Cutd�  a>y ia the wbc � jn #c~:<(uy  i'c nii �i| is I".Id . Ttia Oo>d* cudsHt onit.�- J iatia-, �inpM �nd p)�i:> Miimu Tabbict wan wjui'vi. l.iui(j>, .aflt^H^-ij;!,^ Itirds^rtand Sbafai octs .r^ CcrtaaM. Outtb ud o h-r VeI.eis. Or gi,o� CarsvUts, ink $4 CtmmM CamUkit, Calimsiurs a;, snasai, Qj.-icJ zbA *!.iUt,*c O^ts. Jcait. �cd M� cwana � C^t*. v�'.i�*i4 5�:k Caps, utdfaort aod WCi NB. �ab�i�. G-.wp*. �.rf     v.berTi'tiftbel.o.i.-Si,, ��*, �a<� of Ljwfevciifatfcioa �i itajbeablf Rain.   

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