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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 12, 1834, London, Middlesex                                Dealt December 10. IN the"Dbkw^ GcdUfjna, Stewart, Qorcn Carotene, WiUtK. anl Brar-ford, Bt*r�, fcr Eaft-Iadio * Ro-cbcfler. Tamer, for Jamaica; Truc-fenr, MctcalL from DxxstzkJc, for PalmoBth ; Don Carlos, Clark, far \ Caa-uies i Robert acd Sarah, Hnrft. i Union, Gibfan, and Argylr, Dtggs, , rbr Leghorn; Eagle. WbaJe, and Naf-fee. Southern, fcr Ufbon; Roiebcrry, j^ear, Nrprat*, P�k*� �** Vcrdan, Wigram, for Cadiz; gfef , Ststfiflg.-tW New-England ; Prince George, Lang Lv far F almouth; Vele* Trader, Hqo%% fcr Sash CaraSaa; Hazard, fcr Liverpool; Antigua, Pain, and Soocefi, &fea�, for Barcelona; Piince Wffliam, Maienaan. ferFi-tfly, Dove, fcr Dnblms Tiaree Biotbers. Dorrick, EgriMf and several otbro, wbofe Namo 1 caiaot get this tat AtrrVd, John and Mary* johttfao, from Mary land ; iiadEIflobctb, Norcont, from Fan. Wiad Weal by LONDON. k**� S5. Yetoday ber Majefiy took the Air ia ^Tiicud that his Majefly will aa a fieri tame make a Pro-riaof General Cficrn, and that the Howl CoL James QanbcB. Metajberof Parliaaseat fee the Sine of Aire, and Oiof tbeRoyal Regmscatof Dragoons, Sens, mBk brad-ntfivv tbe Rank of Major GcncraL Ytfcrdsy a Mcflecgcr was feat from Gcort with Dn^atcacs �&t K%*t Hon. ine fcarl of Peterbarcssgh, General of the tfcriets, at his Scat in Nordampccofhtrc. Tbb Day will be held a General Coacdl at St. JajatVs. Afer which willle held a Cabinet CotmcO, arbca Mr.Scr JaWUHaTg. Depoty-RecordfT of this Cuy, wll aacad asd jad*' aa Report of the Malefactors now a JhjibJB Newgate^ Jjl Night bis Grace the Dofceof fUJanoadctae&oea kb laeat Coodwood in Satttx to hs Hoaae in Arfiagma-&ictt. ftftioay the Lad*: of Cot Sanaa, of Scoriand yanl, was laarjKtobed of a Son. and hft Night ike Lady and Ckfld h/bcth at tbe point of Death. lae&ac Afternoon tbe Right Hon. the Lord Vifcoaac JavkkanrVdat Lis Howie ia tbe Pnty Gaidca fiomlrc- L 1st Tofflay a IXfcea&tkai nuVd tbe Great Seal to tbe fcr, Ptdjp Gordon, M.A, ChapUm to tbe Right Hon. it Ear] of Balcarras, to bold ike Vicarage of Bans St-Mary thy Canary of Sufiblk and Dioccfe of Norwich, togetaer r^htklUckryof Mount Bans in tbcOxary of �icx and Datea) of Laodoo.      - 1 V* bar that tbe ViaaaBm of LonJon, and ether Parts imuwBaltofblortaliry^iniead copeuoontbe Paiiiaoxnt a#e am blmiog, fcr Relief in idaricn an tbe Pot-Aa. fefatffy caaw on before tbe Rwbt Hob. tbe Load Hard tiaW?aildhtl), a Cade whareaa a Perfc* waaiUaBif: la lariag been committed to Prifca far tifiag and nfing aviajeowt Behaviour towards the Lue Lord btayor, as ha �Umf �aa going laft Eaticr-Hoiidays to St. Bride's Chcrcb, Inajhi he Action agaiail his LordBtipand Sir Rkkard Hcp-!�� kr Uk lmprifcmnettt j bat afeer a Trial of banc dcoe, prJIMff was nonfatal. ? $*! write ftom Caaabridgr, that the Bmfcr of a certain &:fmt arthat L'nivtrfity b gone o� with 2000 L " , tmiaif dkd tbe Rev. Mr. \lckcart, Maiflcr of-one of "TjMitncb Churches. , -^fkvnby Latenfrcm St. CfiriOapba*;, arrn^J by tbe wfaTBwH and dated tbe 6th cfOaober. that die Speaker. jyWowfr. fiooa Ao^uk ia Geiaey, was fcfc anWd there, -tpgoa board 441 Slaves fcr Sak-. rOaWedneaay Uil Mr. Keukwr. a Wrf liEa McrcW, ^f�fwiirdtoMia Wife, RcUaof blr. Wbe, btcaNouiy nafck ia Krchin-LiDc. AtBdjty one of tbe Pyrato ccuscrra*d in tbe Mardn of ''M:'     00 tbe Cooii of Goiney, as fcrawrty raeaoosAI in wahptr, was brought to Newgate bran Wain, where be <*b*Jy apprehended; and be is to take hat Trial lor tic taaatUwnextScficm of Adatiralry. Tha feBaasag Lines arc by tbe i t� FARSON'i CASE- imlmUuimif U~sis/. T HAT yon. Friend Mamis, like a Sto.dc. |. Canwrfhudir, k� Strain Heioxk, MorealFortkoo^iBijpfies: Yet, all Moft own, tky Wdb b wffc. Tby Caratc*s Ptacr, thy fnatfcl Wiae, Thy bofy, drodgiag Scmeof L*V Thy jafckw illk'nue Vicar. Thy want of all-ccafclsnf Li^oor. Thy Thread hue Gown, thy Caflbcfc lent, Thy Credit fank,  �*��. Drc. 3. The Piibermen who were csil away M Wednesday m oar Bay, by their Boat being omfct by a bhoal of Herrings, have not been beard of finer, excepting one ol them, who bckily got hell of a Hollar, and was taken up by _ lome Boats who came to hb Relief. Wt are afiut'd, that aa extraordinary Match is now on (pot, end near condoded, betweea two of the moft noted Cripple-Beggars in tbb Town. The Maiv's Body b * little bowed trgetber; be wants one Foot and Leg, and hb Limbs befides arc fa maioVd and diftorted, that on one Foot, the Stump of the otber Thigh, and his Hands in Shots, he crawls upon all fear. Tbe Woman was born without Hands and Part of the Aran, and without Lrgs from the Middle of the Thigh: So that if Likeoen begets Love, 'tis hoped thb will prove a very Icring Cbopk; at kaft there will be no great room for Perfonal RefleakncneitnerSide. * We tear that they bad lately a decifive Meeting upon it, when that whcJe important Aftair was thoroughly diJcufj'd, wkb gseatVlddrrft and Fcepaility, and with valt Variety of odd and hmnourous Circumgancts, as from fuch a Scene might weQ be expeEkd. A Gcmkman then happening to be pretcnt, bad the Curiosity to take Notaof every Incident that occurr'd, wkb Drfign. as 'us aid, when thrown into fotne better Order, to pobun, ;for raiting something towards a Provinon for the 21oflriatis-PaJfi^tleal^ Tbb Eveaiag will be Perforni'd. At the FaaacM Tnt*Taa ia the Hay-Market, ARLEQUIN 6AUVAGE, &e. At the TatATaa Rotal in Drury-Lane. The MOURNING BRIDE, with Miumn, or Tit Dtvil & StmtH*f/t. At tbe Thsayre Royal in Covsnt Gardln, LOVE makes a MAN. , At the Naw Thbayrb in Goodman's-Fibloj, Tbe DISTREST MOTHER, "with the Chymical CooKTEkretTs. High Water at Loodon-Bridgjs thu Day, at 36 Minutes after ta in the Morning, and 3 after 1 in the Afternoon. Yesterday Bank Stock was 137 a 1 half. India. 145 a t half. Soath-Sea Trading Stock 8a a 3 Aths a 1 half a 7 8tbs a 3 4ths. OldAnnuitiei 104 3 41ns a 105. Ditto New Ansuuces toe 3 8ths a 5 8thi a 1 half. Three per Cent. Asnusty 93 1 half. Million Bank 107. African 20. York-Buildings 4. Royal AuWnjce 98 1 4th. London Aunracce tx 1 8th. New Bank Circulation 4I. 5s.-Prem. South-Sea Bonds 3L 14a. Prem. India ditto si. 19s. Prcm. Three per Cent, ditto al es. Prem. Engliih Copper at. WeUh dkto Books fltat ball Taffies a 3 8ths per Cent. Prem. WHEREAS on Saturday laft, the Audience w ibr7*Mrr� ftJjraf la Mhmtylm* was rirtatly imt�'4 at ebrir Difif^unuarut mhtt-ftHin aii4 atademailalic R�U�d'� not iUmciax>*> U�r Names �wei�4 no rcrfoos to he admitted wiiaoat TKfceis, whim will bt dcllrcr'd ibst Day, at the Oflke in ibe Uafata'bet, at haV  <3*iocs esch. Gallery j�, Bj Au MaJBsty'i CtmmaitJ,   _ No �crfoas trhsMvcr to bs admitted bthiad iba. Scenes. T# �W*r Si, JClock. N. b. Tkift Ta^ttt which csuli a*r cswr ia n Jut/Jay laft, wiQ hi tidmr iter Jewry rrtwa 4 fir tbim, "at tot OJict U tbt Htf-tUrkf*.M Satwitf war. By His MAJ-ES TY*s Command. AT the Theatre Royal in Covcnt-Garden, **� oc WcdmefiMj erst, tbe t&hbof December, will hi prelected aa Ofaa, c�i<*d J O   R   ^   ST   E   S. rb aad ftbscs to be pur togeiMr, aitd ao r�riocji to tie idrnitrrd o�tti9� T � tbo lath ol IXwmtcr, wi4 be pitlcatea a Caw�dy.c�UM AHLEQ.UIN   SAUVAGE. To whic^i will  l:c added, k' L'ETOURDI : o u, jfrUquin Fourbet   Fourbt &  Demy : or, Harlequin a Cheat and a Hall. Witb Bnttrtainmtnh vf Dancing. Kaots tar rfac Bora tnty be takui �t Mr. Fribuurg't, McrcUot of B.ppce-fc*'*. artbe /aid rhcure. No ltrtiooi t > be arnutcd ioto-tbt Boxes withiUt Titkcti, whic'i will be oilier d ai .he ftaref the Tbea *\ 11 Nj i ul.� 10 be aJmi.'^cd behind the Verm, nsr auy Maiw/ to be rsata'i aid the Cu'ai > i� drawr. op. To bfgtM at $ix JClxt. Ami ttwantvi v4tt bt fnftmttd a Ctmtfy, mWd Le Jotltar : v, Tba Gamcttcf. Ifingtc*-Turnsiie* TH E Truftccj cmpovrcrM to j�t in Execu-tlon the ft�tut *A� or (>arK�ta�nt �cr rrotirifa tbt Htjh* ways frcm the ferns! PBKt� tberew nKiwic�V�\ tc*dtM towsf* Ml|�-f��Os�*hi>ow at� Msmp�** � M*�st� tt � o'rloek in tbt Af.cranoo ptccifttj, at the CsSk Ttwta saw OrsyVltni Gate ia HoTbotft. XHE Gentlemen educated at the Charter-hooli^hoejl, wdelii'dtoawti: atttMCaaaat rt- Day. tta M.11        � toaasea senao% Maa Oratammdtt Halt, *od Iram thcatt to fo �*� dtae at tbt Oawa aai Aaakoe, >M' *l**of� St. Clcmct's Chwtb to tha StrtaJ. ^ (lets are deliver* by the Porte* ot th� tir�*t, tod a�tht Crcm.a aadi* or the tafatej Tear. Dte. 10, 1734. DESERTED from Leicefter the 29th pf NovewH', firwnCapt. J. G�ey of OA. UaatH ttsaiwew, MUbatl C�rn��k,a well mad* (trait Mteymth � good ffMc,la�k W^a Hair, 30 Yea^ poariCoetin� AKtm to \\n (*��* Rcfmcni. iasUttAaaft* . Place near Sdho-rqusrc. tiny (h*ll hare Thrre O^taraa for rash Ma% over and above what is allow'd by AA ot I'ailbnsCnt: Tbt Ha war* iw. Mayn&ni GtteriM* WHEREAS on the 19th of November Uil, 1, ~ � L"e ,0.,he E��M�nt� � MsteChiUatwwoitwMontlMOMitas ropt in teroopVcoort, itoibofn (I oedoo Lihcny j it had on a bite lrip',1 LlntWD Proek, �td ptro.'d up in a red B'an|�. d .. ^i^^a -j�v�w."w y****' M V|phi m lajaj u aajicaw^ uu .^''tf* �'hc,lM,"?'> bi�� the Ureai.* aFemaJe Chili was la d at the poor rfMr. Craamtr hs Dean-It,.*, ,e�r Ketrcr-la-*. i�rf� DiJ^oo^'^ *i,L^*?f?tsS        "���rs ofc*t eeawbefiMssv rw.ii     v    �      .',R5 rwrwrs ot ore or aotaoi fa) Si* etZ "JSW&fVT P*�^. �hf Sue* of Thrrw CMaest each1 Child, oatd imawdUitly ttpon tdeDittowt   ' ^---- Horfaiilt, Choreb-Waiilea [ Mr. Thomaalea ritklat, OrttlttiBof St. Andrew's iiolbom. WHEREAS a Female ChUd^ about four M._. oW. was dropt *i St. Pstls Cbwch^vatd. eaSanriaw Ntgnt the 7thIn(laoti wh e�*r diferers to Mr. Fanatr, Caorch-Waiden o� St. Kaitb'a Pariflt, the Parents of ibt said CbiU.olr t� what Panulhe beloogs. (hitt ha�a Two CoiotasReward: She calk h�#Jf Petiiy archer, aid fajt (ht U�u la Bolcaary-ba*, or ' (Irtct In Dtury-lsoc ., - RU N aw*y lrom hb Mailer Dr. Ralph Phillip* who keep, a Stage at�alowal t� ffes, oaTtaasir ihetotli InlUor, Richard Plh�r, a tad about tiTra/�cJd.trcmC)e�> plesiun, and wore a Rreeo Lirtry t�ri,'d op wish ted, ft*rati Wattkqat and Brecctei with white Dictom, a hlrck Wi$, aod rMttort* as^Twav* bier, whoever 4�i>as him to Mr. arovghtiM, at ilcQreyboand b Sroithfield, Iball liar� a Ounea Reward; *^*-'--iffilr Hsisit ioa Weeks jim-, be (hall tetiruirei*.   . -,---,,-,, , �.   �      '        !,, , LOST on Monday the ad of December 4. hoot Nooo, 10 the Boat of ed>ard Fdhcr ot sacnlatk. �* na* i ween thp landing at the Steel-yard and Loodoattocw.� Wcataat blue and what ttrip'd Tkhftsg pocket, io which **� agnttt raiit with ao Ouiocar, a Box with two Camas aad a hall, oatrCiowa aad) half a Crowncool her Boa with two a�wa Rirfs, oca wkb ft� p*. otwd Sparkrand a plica tor aooibet, the other witb two *p�haa�i a Cypher of B.C, and font MoorniB* RMgs, .be riacas Vtwa is Oeorio Smith, m soother Sarah kUztr, and ia the other Corryer.  whoever will bjbg tbt Oune to saermet'a C^hoafa fcs STGLN or ftfay'd out of Mr. Matron's ' Groundsnear ihc Halfway-huaic by K>M>taruw�L a dark hro<� Gelding, beewtep I\and trHsodahbjb, fullctfad, a wliwStariniw Forehead, his off Koce broke, a t�(h Tail, m} tit bttamjL *** fifico the latttr Bed of Norewbet Idf. Whoever bttsgitt* Urn* to Mr. Bdwardfiu, Tallow-Chaa^kr. io <7j|�l-Ureet aear the Dial*, fballh�*tf a Cuinea Reward, aad aoO^cBtOaa atfar LOST on Monday Night, bciwecn the T*o Brewers in Wyrtb (freer near Sr.C4cvt�<**Chwchaitaa. Strand aid Prlday.Hreet, a silver Watch rnada by~*WH*. . kS RlbKin, aed iHtth Seai with a tyoo co ir. WKoWtr �ilhri�|tLT, d.e Two Brewer* aforcta 4, or �� Mr, Joht&a, Ptiuie-tBaJLr u jjrosd-urcei, (ball receive half a Cukes Hcwvd.' ""-^s sa APerfon who is expcriene?tl in Accotrrpts, � - and now in a Bufiuelt �bar alfjrds lowe tcil�rs hiomt in a Ota. which he is williag to empLy ia fcrij"* rr� AMdaapta  kt ot a M-rcbue, Trader, gu. acai s* l^irdof hy a Letter directed t.t A. B. to be Jeltat JU^Ccjf^ioJL Li Milkllfeet, or at the Printer'* ol ihi* Paper. On Monday tbe \6tb Jnfianty at fix in tbe Evening, will begin ACourfe of Mechanical and Experimental Monllrate ihc t'rnxipie� o' ".itch^nck*. Hyjr.rla.itkr, aad Optjju) .ill be ih�wn ihe pL A n I Ta tt IU M, � a�w ua4u>< Ctrcsa" * ft       LETT, The Corner of Red Lyon-Courf, Long-Aerg^ ANew-built Houfc, four Rooms on a Fkjor, twoKit > Maybk awd Fcrtland ncne Ciii  ab-^c 
                            

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