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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 14, 1834, London, Middlesex                                SATURDAY, DiciHiu 14, 1734. w   1 Stctkbdmt November 17. ME MarOtal of the Diet has bee* to thank his Majelly in the Name of the AffcmMy, for the Refolutions he has taken to continue Count Horn as hu Prime Mioiiicf. His Majefly took that Opportunity to fend Word to the Seriate, that he was inform'd they de-fign'd to transfer the Station to Notko- __ pen, that the fame war very much to bis liking, and chat he^ was ready to fgbw then liaough evcry\Pau of ,his Tettitorits, even to l^naw. 4- It is rcfolvcd to fend into Italy all tfce Tsw$s �m c2ji be fpared from Hungary, fince we are inlbrm-d by a Cc*i�jer from Mr. Dahlman, our Reficlcnt at Conftan-Bti^&r, t!at the Grand! Vizir has given him Ircfc AiTuranccs, tjat fce will .ilridly c&crve the Peace with the Qhriitun 'prances.        ' ' x . -Takx,Dfi- 4- By Letters from Conflantirtople of the 28tr  tbetrw. lnicicit of the Emperor and Empire ; that an Imputation of tin; kind is the more hard upon them, as  tbar idt Aim has bcrn to rctlore Peace to the Gcrmanick f Baly.toittJ; its Tranquility and bafefyupbn a lulling Foun- * dasiaa, �iid :o watch vigilantly for the Support and Defence of tbc Ro.x*n CatholickReligion." But this lad Claufe tmtqnirmd is t^c Copies prcfrntfd-to the Protellant Princes. Chi Wedliriiay came an Exprds to Court, dtfpatch'd from Be Prince and Piincd's of Orange, with Advice that their Bcyal asd Serene Highnefs were well on Sunday lalt at Sas van' -Gins, and fcojtfd to reach the Hague by Wcdnefday Night. We lor that ber Royal Highuc&'s Reckoning expires the f& Week in January. Vcfitrday Morning her^ajefly and their Royal JEfighneiTcs Ac Itiaoefles Amciu and Caroline, took the Air as far as Fcjfcua, ud rcturn'd by the way of Chelfea and Brumpion to ftjaaac^ Tcaorrow Morning the Corps of the Right Hon. the Lady Miftao will-be Ciiind from her Houle in Cork llreet, vvuh ^TOSoSemtun', to be inieu'd �rar Otes-liall in EnVx. Hertadyihip was Siller to General I lill, a great i'avourice - rfQaeeoAiat's, aod fuppjto'd, by her Opporturiiiics and Inte-vftmiathat Pjwcd>, tu liave lud a conndcrableJlaiul in the JKcwdbooaof tbc Mirulby which happen'd towards the end of Iky Sfayefiy** Reign Atew.J)ajs ago a Daughter of the I^ord Biihop of London as takes ill of lijr Small-Pcot m his Lurdftiip's Apartments in WiatsjJl i �is is an^cdcd by Sir Ham Slodue, and is bid to �* Jft J�ry g�ai Oisgcr. ~~ ft* Wind btjo^ exceeding high about Tivo o'Clock ��**3*y aJorrungrfevcial Ships were drove from their An-�*0B� ta the Rjvcr. TkeSttatam, Cspt. HuJJy, was lately loll on the Ccaft iCarriini. but Ok Crew laval. V}^-Tii^t'"i*y Ni^ht ^t�'e.s a Gardener at the Neat lioafcs at Chcl'Va, uho h^d been milling bnic Fitday lalt, �a��ounddiciirieJ a: ikngcrloid-llairs.  l-.it, C'.u;-rt St,,an, W t>t freach'J at th Parijh Owzi *f ^j. }iit^t Ui^ubM.b, :Lut in tit Morning by tht H.:Ur t/S:. Mary I, StrutJ, anJCbafJaim *0*�im,y:v & Ji/fi;,..',, und that in the Afierr.oui Rev. Vr-tew.*, l'..ar jy, Bs:�:>b by AUtrfcttt i for the BtUffy rV&CUt^cm tz biUiitx to tkt Society of Si. EtbelbwrSt > \ Fiji Evening will be Perform'd, A* the Ki>c'i Thuiki: in the Hay-Market, Oris a of OTHO. At tLt  Til 1  n Gouuman's-Fiup), "WLM-KV LASiES, with UicCiivMitAJ. Couw-�."lii>. Veflenlav Capt B�k of die LoacVm, Cape. Gearib �Tdhe Richmond, aodCapt. Worth of the HougHton, wok Lme of tbe Eaft-Iodia-Company, ia orckt to proceed on tbev Voyaps to China. ..... - ditto B�Vik� (hut: High Water at ijoadaa-tinige tan U*J. .at 11 Muma** afttr a in the Morning, aodj i after a in the Afiernooa. YeMentay tsank buck was 158. InUta 146^ 41b, 147. South Sea Trading Stock 83, 82 7 8ths, 83. Old Aeanims 10; 1 4th. Ditto New Amutws 106, tot the Opeoiag. Three per Cent. Aoooiry 93 7 8tle> Mffioa Bank 107. African 20.!. York-BuUdtRgs 4. Royal Aflaraacc 98. Urn-ckn Affiance 11 1 8tBL New Bank Circulation 41. >s- Preaa. South-Sea Bonds 3I. ict. Prem. Jadk dkto 4I. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto al. 6s. Prem. Eaglifli Cbpper zL Wciih _Sah Tallies 2 3 8th� per Ctat. Fw- Cuitom-Houfe, London, 7 Dec. 1734-For   S A L E9 By OrrJerof the Honourable Commiflioncis ot His Majcfty's Cuftoms, &c. QN Jftdnefday tbe i%tb and Tburfda? tht i$tb ^J^fyiajtr, at 3 tClxkim tbTAjitrmm, tsiii it ?*pi'J *t Sale bjtHcbtf G**dk, in tbe U*% Rmm'M tht G�9�m-Hm(*, London, it Parceftffea, OJert Brmm/f, RnMt,Gmrvu, Ctrdixl-M'aWr, SpntctBitt* **i febatn, (dear *f�3 Dntw ) Tht Tea and Coffee ta befi**attbt Ki*g't lVarehmjt tm ytt*Say i*f i6tl>, Tmjdoy tht \-itb TttjlaMt, fhm 8 i� 1,2 f�r*r firoaw, anifnm-i till 5 in tk jfanen*j anJ <* ftr*J*J&? Msrx:*g htfare tit Salt, fbt Uqturt anJTdacc.to it fit* � tfjisj tht 1 jib, H'tdntfdaj the, 1 Btb, from 8 to, 12 im tht Fmoeim, **/ 3 till 5 /* tht Jfttrneen, mad n tfbmrjdaj' Shn:*g b.'jht the Sttle. N. B. Catalogutt ta bt bad at tbi Ki*�* WartUaft m MmJbf , the 1 btb Infant.'' _ _ ' York-Bujklings-Houlc, Dec. i^, 1734. 'j*H E Governor and Court of sffijiants of * the lork-Bui[Ji*gs-Cvnfany da berth Scfkt. 'Ibjt m Central Court tf thefaidCoatfany wII'm^U^ by AdyartiK ment, at their Hwjt im Wtmbtfierflrttt, �* TmtfJaj nrxt. tht 17lb Irtfiant, at Eleven .0 Clack in tht Fweaxa, ca Special Affairs v.l Rov.u in Dkury-Lane, G OFFICER, with Mtmis, or fi* i*c Royal in Covcnt- Garden, Jndthey dt olfafurtherghtt Nditt, that aGtmtal^mmrttrff Court tf tht /aid Cimpdnj, wiUbtbtU at tbe fame Ylast m Monday tht 2$d Injfant, al Elevia dCUk ia t&t Fartmsm, furfuant to tht Company t Bjt-Lavt.        _      _ It Decern ber, 1734"       7 fTHE Governors of tbe Hofptial near Hyde- Park- Corner inttnding to contrast ivitb a Butcher. Bmktr, Gnttr, Soapboiltr and TaUow-cbandUr to jtrtx tkt Ettrnfr, axyBiichtr. Baier, Gnter, Soap-boiler and Talhui thandU* nSt pail b* luilliqi to ftrVt tht Jamt, may find their P'epofaJt in tt%iri*gx fealtd up, to the faid Hojbitaf, 4f, u f. e O^.* in Covcnt Gi(ic %> .ll be � Cfig �t ifte IV ek:-^a -. i i       1 ungate-hitt (a rtue ibuujtrit t>> be in^ll t. .� teia^ : t f'e. tie ot the liilltut Mortalii)) v>ticicaiciaaKc�c;t L>*t tg>;s foip Nice llllT�.>;�d ill I'ciioa* �hoii.'i;Ji ��>< owmt. *it /' ire defuei to bo (peedy i� fignjajs the lain', i^-'i "      t-c o / ^rcfewied at the, vt�eiin|| nl the r~*ilt+qx ,. fcvcfil _ bclu(. hia i.ai'.d, for ihc cuwi �  t tcacral kuaiv �, linu ad�a   ;lx faid ftftu et �--; -v..fcot ttc�k4 VakcL;. r# hi SEEK, tlh Da$ urif* thtfawt, bttvtn, tie Htart t/Ttm awl Si* (P'iu Fhi Sb&miiJ i� Uutft^itUr-mmt, m li* Mt&Mr,mt  ;�'�; \/|k. CHOVET't, Surgeon, his flew jPi*-) IVX aaee �f*^t� �m 1 ibaMiNbert �irh the frtoUck and tfaflttkl Motiali aTll^ti ri| WBhatfi taj N�*r. a G***e*C4Baa prt  t)oat?|M ^MMMMl tht Utafaa On iLtsuday the \0:b ItylanU at ft* in tbt Evening, wilt begin ACourfc of Mechanical and Expert mental \ rbiUirtiy. t� whit* (t�6v� th* uiM iiPHkawat t.a.*a�^| �*�r�fc ftw ttrxi? t im Cb**mb$*&t Wtfmiftjtttl M WiM* Ci'aI>c�C* c* tM (tiHfitaciK* �ist bi� bad. t�4 �hfai|�^:kl a�c takta � ; att., Mr. .Vaui't, aoAfefler, at �b# OWb��t*%i; afMitt S� lV�aa'� (Web, f1�et-ltrcc�i Mr. JcJrMS, bb M*|*y� ^ �Vueia�v wtr s�. a�w't Cbmtb, Soho; �al MbCtwrt'a, $arj�Bo|. i� .-CT t��^t�r..fct|>.. _ ' * Os Ahnr.nr tbe \bib hftant mil legi* A Complete tOURSE of ANATOMY*,^ ** By PETER hi ACCV LtOCH, tog** (Ami Dxaoxs^aAToa tf Ax a you y arf Smjpmw-HaUjyl^ Ai Hi theft im Brtad/rett, SkJ*WB%**      \ Yean jor hu Mi aa sai hijmwatttbeareMitwijr,aCtolb" ikajm ibt Cm C, bot aM H�f ar,� ��; aUwbauf Fawcbu � l^vaiiaVc-Urett, ivoadoa, Hill ia(WW TMH Ooaori* ftevirc WHEREAS Jam�| Gilbert, 17 -We.�e�a*a, �rw� (be Ri^lht i�on, lord A�t .taadrtXal^! AwCafilf. cm ****** |aa�,, �ad 109k wkb bW a Cm** , Gcl&sy t9 Iti-od. a t�u� btab. m tray rattb � hi* Btt*8� a iiulfr -       -    - -   � i.tro�^4osWai.iiaaaaai|Mit| iwe aafcjlflaa. ..�bi IxnC lat root^. 40th*4 Dl�n.�jl� tHallt. 2^.L!^�h*i l?"h��� h��r�H '^t/t^^f^m^ \VHEREAS Mary Pynion, a8 Years of tvomt. twij v4Vae, atM>- G*e Ibot tad a tuVbiait^cat �vi froaa tti $m�m� m Ltuufe.VtaO'J-iieUs <* TbaHdaf MMaiafvHl** J aaJ tcl�;�fiy 4l (be itoo}S tn� oiber Ria^tbiwlltga IHaaacnd, u tbe ^�(� of a Heart, and tea* ltama�d�toaft* tbaHOOp t:, Sic bad c� �bc� abe wro(���r, a tea #->�*�'d Uaoaa Gowa, iba R^ly one W�. �aa tic Bottictt ao^tltcf. Wk>c�a� apfc*h*adi ta* bad Mu| pt�,t�.f> ib�ttbc be hrw�hr toJuOie*, iktU��*t)t� at rba H^s. mcw, WiatV, Mfc ti,eS�*a of Tea Gakaa* apiln be* Coa* nflm |f thek***areo�crdco be (a\t\ fata'd of pawali.arajr a * (Ha* aas     r�rty: �u4 a.*c        to (bja lloa. tmlttfmlatbr^'M tfc. ulw�,4wf ii���Kr.    ______    �        _ _ IA HERE.IS a Dtrd of Rcleafe, dated ^ . V * J9m |iTs. (xade bn�ct�TiiMratnFrnari�k, of Ktatoai a tbe Cmi, ot H �il-ud^ .at tiftuia. �t Nevc^ule, fftjj'ol ifei.otkcr Part, f*� *a�Ef i4i as fcft.tt **J C/>lK�y m Kfntoe atotctaid, aadanjMtaie ia Ct*v*it>*. u, ilirfatd C'i�My    Norhamberland, bat kaea lor fiiaae �ioac txi ^(rmflud �.nikiMbcfcu� VearaUDp*�: Uboe�tr>�MM (1* Uti Oeed*i�ii.. I>a�ji Itkratai, at tibCtjimt>tl�, No. 6.mfiEi ' tBe�a-kaci. Ik*t rwoci>i fiiiy l'-fjoad*llf*ard, to ba paJ4 by cie t�iit�a��i liijcuit, >4 by t.lr. ifcotrm AtkirC�, MtnhaM, at Toac* IXjti ; cr a! a*y icif a.*it] dife.�er �bo bat lbs (aid Caci, i �,� afcar.ti?cu efa itae Its**'* >t t*-c Slettyaid ai>d toed j� lluna,  �V'eaBaa% bSac at-�j �iu e ttfi�'d TUliaji ivcUr, ia *Jslth ^�a�"a glUt.fwQEl vub ;o Gesoi,  Ji.a �itl> 1 �n   ��'b twj >ajo .:Hhei, ittr o� Maotd W two J� Gc.jf�e S�u%. �a a�.KJi  iaxab Mrjsr, and i.i thtrothtf WtUim Csa.fc--.  Ucinrtcr      br<<� �U latnc to Siierninr'a Ctafos hosad ia C�;�s-Sc u*a� Ke�ard paid a: tbe Dar, and ao QaeAo-* aii'j.. ii tSct'i To-bepav-t)dr�r|y:, pleaU tofmprbeta� a-a f       J rmc �'� no�e fck^'i vor if *4 cf aay of'TUc Kifig^rba r^iua-paarii'c. *�,b(xu it laaena-io ariylukite, Vorfa-firuata, and vcara  || l>--��cd alb bum thsfaiJ Rr((imt t (be 14th tf November, (ttrlt 0.1,-10, 1* i\9>. fealBSttod �< U. a#r hi- a F-tuifhl        aad made bat Uupt i �-.11 j r* iluw � �'.�le t*j�'_ua, Ii �i| .t�i^�.U('�.J tetruert ibffcMen. orballr, ia wyOnwy Ona , *;J 1 �r s.j�c(Ui�-* !c.C�i. Kti^h Uy at farnagjuo in beflt� 6,�e.'** i,��� -^. kj^ate. � ; iJiall bate Tfcre* Gwiataa (cs..f. a t'.a'e t'b.M ab^ut nine J,, d* {� ijf.jj-Vi. i-tt. H ..b.-rfi (I oodos Lilicri^fKit''' til-;1'* I        1- d {f- a .jeJ-Wrfc'. % / a i  - n.c *if. 1 �.Lit l�!i � ii* trtiii.*. a femCd Cbiti waa-.at .* �:.* i>>;i t e�> (of ,f-i; l-i < a-b-t-*-. � jt o*air-:�:'    .taJ.c-'� li-lt.r..   

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