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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 17, 1834, London, Middlesex The Daily Advertifer. TUES D A V, n * c em ber 17, 1734- I Dealt December 15. |HE Mary. Kctfoot, for l.i(bon, which was on Shore near Sandwich, is got ctF fife into Dover-Pier, and the NaiTaa, Southern, into Rarrifgatc. ThcVcffel from Blyth, and the Urigantinc from Ireland, with Hides and Tallow, lor Rotterdam, arc ftranded, but wc hear of no other Damage bcfidrs the Lot's of Anchors and Cables. The reil of the Ships Dill remain. Arrriv'J, Fair Heoley. Dwiglas, frtfn Oporto ; Prince o� Orange. Ducket, fas Uflwn ; Ds fiance, Afpinwal, from New-lingUnd ; JUtdotion, Piingle, froai--Wind \V. S. W. L O N D O N. On Friday laft dicd'at ri� Houfe at Whitton, near Twick-tfthan In Middldex, the Hon. Mrs!.' Eleanor Veiney, youngcll filter of the Right Hon. Edward Lord Leigh, of Stone I*igh n the County of Warwick, and ReliAof the Hon. Thomas V-rcry. F/q; cMeft Son of the late Lor A Willpaghby dc Broke, Dean of Wimlior. Mr. Verney died before hi* Father, leaving by this Lady a Daughter, who was marry V! to George Bowes, , Knight of the Shire for Durham, but died fcoo alter hcr � alarrUge. The Hon. Mrs. Anne Leigh, only Sifter to Mr*. Vemey, &d in September laft at her Brother's, the Hon. Mr, Leigh'?, at Layton Buzzard. Col. Richard Onflow, Member of Parliament for Guildford, tad Brother to the Right Hon. Arthur Onflow, Elq; Trea-amof the Navy, and late Speaker of the Houfe of Common*, adis^eroufly illat his Houfe at Mitcham in Surry. The Lady of the Right Hon. Sir Charles Wager lies dan-jmofly ill. ' _' . Yefterday Morning died Edmund Wile, of Low-Laytcn in tkeConn-y of F.ff-x, Efq; Wins-Merchant, a Gentleman of a plentiful L'.l'ute and a good Character. _ Laft Sunday Night tne Houfe of Mr. Wellett, a Linnen-Dnper, the Corner of Cavendiib-Sncet in Oxford-Road, was Irokeopen, androbo'J of Goods to the Value of near too I. Francis Popharn, of Hampfhirc, Efq; lies dangeroufly ill of tie Small-Pox, at his Houfa in Great Pcultney ftrctt. Exported into Jioreign Parts, from Novrmber 29 to the 14th Intrant, 5510 Quarters of Wheat, 600 Quarters of Barley, 150 Quarters of Bean% zoo Quarters of Peas, and 60J560 Ounces of Foreign Silver, coin'd, to the Baft-Indies. Oo Thurfday Evening was perform'd at the Great Room in ViUars-Arcet, Vork-fjuildings a Comedy of Terence call'd fhePiionrio, by the young Ijcntlerncn of Mr. Stodherd's Academy in Charles ilreet, St. James,'.;, before a very numerous ' and polite Audience. Edntmrgh, Dee. 10. Vcllerday came on before the Right Hon. the Lords of Julliciary, the Qjciljoti concerning the ad-vocaung /rom the Magistrates of Stirling, a Criminal Profccu-px, commenced before them at their 1 lfcaTs Initance, againll Opt. Charles Campbell. and other Gentlemen and Burgefles, ho bad been in a moll barbarous manner bruifal and wounded ataRfot commirted on the Evening of hb Majcily's Birth-D�y in the laid Town, and the Caule wai accordingly ad vowed; and none having appeared in behalf of the lard Magi-tram and Fiicil. the Dyer was deferred fsmpliciter. � We hear that a Marriage was lately con furn mated between "Mr. Stewart, prefrxmptivc Heir to the ncble Family of Murray, tad the Right Hon. the Countefi Dowager of Aboyne. Btfitm. Nov. 4. In the Month of Aiguft lift, Capt.&aik, llaftttofthe Bng Good Intent, loft his VcfTtl in the Harbour if Trepafi in Newfoundland in a violent Storm, where many Boats were drove a (bore, and about forty Men were loft. Capt. Clark was infornVJ, that in St. John's Harbour eleven Boats were Icff, and all the Hands fave one. Ntw-lhtrK Nvv. 4- On Wednefday laft Capt. Bryant, in the Ship Albany, axrir.Nl here in about eight We^Jcs from London, by whom We bear, that hi* Majefiy has^ been plcafed �confirm the Hon. Janca Dc Laucy, Efq; in hit Poll of Chief Jufiice of this Province. fbtiadetfbia, Oj/. 24. Saturday laft, at a Court of Oyer and Terminer held hire, came orythc Trial of a Man and his Wile, who were indi&ed lor tlrtMurdcr of a Daughter which he had by a former Wife (a Girl of about 14 Years of Age} by taming her out of Poors, and thereby cxpaling hcr to fuch Hirdlhips, -as afterwards produced grievous bicknefs and lamtneii ; during which, inltead of fupplymg her w.th Ne- (tries and due Attendance, they treated her with tSe utmoll Oveky and Barbaiity, fuffcring hcr' to lie and ret in hcr Naftintb. and when Ihc cried tor Bread, giving hcr into hcr Mouth wt.h an Iron Ladle, her owuCxcicmcM* to eat, with � great Numl^r of c;!ier Circutuliancesof the like Nature, (o that Ihc Junguifiird, and at length dud. *~Ttic Evidence agaiult them was numerous, and in many Particulars pofi:ivc ; but the Opinion oi the Phyficiao wLo Lad vilucd ibe Child, that whattwr L (jjii.- might be giv;eox.lj:r, the Dillcmpcr (lie ]a-tour'd u:d^r v.js fu.::. as would ol itfclf, in all Piobabdity, ha�e c:>ilcd hcr Life sboj! the Time file dird, it is thought weighed lb much with tnejury, that tnry brought in tlicir VerJiClonly Manfl.iuti.icr. AlL-wj,-, 0;i. i). in:, Ofy was apprehended and committed to Goil, one Frolicj, ior uiurdenng nis Wile in a molt bar-barou- Minr.cr. KinvP-MtitJamni.a, Seft.i. At one this Morning a Gale Of \Vtl
�;ii. Capt Peter liaOloiv. o.' t .i_ ULu.!. afhuie at Hunt's JW. leaded wuh dry Good., a?;J ready 10 tail lor So^h K.e}s. St^P thzabech, Capt. Joau Doi.cll. 01 Bermudas afhoie a: and Gciitn's Wh.a.*. Sloop Suaunrx-liLud, Capt. Richard Jennings of Bermudas, aftiore. Sloop Abigal, Benj. Kent, and Slorp Sitcceft, Nath. I lowland, of Bottoii, not f,ot off. Sfoop Kliabe'h and ju-!ah, Wiil. Smca, alhotc. Eig-'it Sugar DrogirvShjops r.fhorc at fundry l'l.ccj, molt of them get ofr The following Ship? ro.!c it oat, but fufler'd � Durliey Galley, Capt. John Gythings of Bmlol, at Port Royal, loit her Fore-malt. Ship Fov. Capt. Matth. Foy, of Bntlol, lot* hcr Mails. Bowfptit and Boat. Ship Benjamin, Capt. Bid-ford, of Briilot, loll Bowlptit and Boat. Ship Monmouth, Capt. Symons of Brillol, loit fome carv'd Work ami Boat. Scooner Hopewell, Andrew Steward, cut away hi* Malls His MajcHy** Ship FlambotxHigh, Capt. Hawkins, at Anchor at King.lovvn, loit hcr Bowfprtt and Head. This Evening will be Pcrrorm'd, At the KiNc'i 1'h eat re in the Hay-Market, The Out a a of OTHO. At the Tmeatrb- RoyaI, in Drurt-Lanf. RULE a WIFE and HAVE a WIFE, with Merlin, or Ttt Deiil �f Stone- Htngt. At the New Thkatrs in Goodman's - Ft itps, OEDIPUS, with the Chymical .Covnter�-eits. High Watrr at London-Bridge this Day, at 5^1 Minutes after s,Jn the Morning, and 6 after 4 in the Afternoon. Vcfterday Bank Stock waa 138 t half, 138 3 4ths, 0 9 India 147 x half, 148. South-Sea Trading Stock S3 1 half, 84. 83 J 4th?, 3-4. Old Annuities 105 3 4tbs. Ditto N*w Annuities 106 1 4th, 106 1 4th, a.i half, lor the Opening Three per Cent. Annuity 94, 94 1 4th. Million Bank ic? African 20. York-Buildings 4. Royal Affurarlcc 98. Lot. don Affurancc 1 z \ 4th. New Bank Circulation 4I. ieV Prem. Sourh-Sea Bonds 3I. 15s. Prem. India diuo 3I. 191. Prem. Three per-Cent. ditto al. 6�. Prem. Englilh Copper 2I. Wellh ditto Books (hut. Salt Tallica 2 3 4ths per Cent. Prem. v ^ Royal Hofpical for Seamen atjGfcenwich, Deccmbet'4, 1734 fHE DireSlors bf bis Mapfifs Royal Hoffxtai fin Stamrn at Grtimvicb Jn^btrtby gh/t Notice, that /ucb Ptrfons at art willing to fervt flit faii Hoffital luttb Lmr.tn far tbt PtnfioKtri maintain d tint, mat X'f-'i in tbtir Prefofy/t ts thtm, Jean up. en xTudd*y tbt 24/A Jnjlant, at 10 o'CJaci, a: Sailers-Hall j and, in tbt mean time, upon applying to tbe Steward1/ tbt/aid Hofpital, may view the Pattern), and have a Lift of tbt feveralforts of Goods that wilt bi wanted. Guildhall, Dec. 12, 1734. 'Y'HE Chamberlain of tbe City of London hereby gives Koticf, that be will betin to pay tbe Half-Year's Dividend, nvbieb will be due to tbe Proprietors of tie Orphans Fund est Cbrifimas next, on Tburfday the J�JfTond *f may ht jff*rJ, ihji wbdLlf\et ibtyjhj' tbml( ftoftr 10 /end to Mr. Hicbata Acn t ike unhappy iuff. nts AT the KING's""THEATRE in the **� cay Marker, ihi; l>i/, fc'iug ihe 17th of Ucccintxr, mn.I be pcito'aj'd an Ui-'hRA, talVd ^ O T H O. Pii a-d Bote* to h� put t'�eih !)), ai lilt Uifu* id itic llai-^U'Vcr. t��l�"a �'.omc� c�li l.illciy 4 . By hi 1 M/J ( iTV'i Command, Tio I'c>l'jo> vn'c*'' he td Inh.ntl ij.c Stcric�. To begin at Si. Cbnjlmai tit, tbt Optra nij be feiju ti'il tin Manday lie - Jrf l/Ui. lly His MAJb.S TVs Command. AT the Thea'fL- K pot n'jeitii.-r, \f>d mi l\rl'�u to be zim'nttd v iitmoi Tikct*. v- /.-t.'i will <*.' OiJi'cf'J iii4( Uty, at fix Uffov in Cnwtm 0 I'l- -"re, *f IU-1 a Ouio�a each, f-irtt CalWry 41. L'j'pcr Oal.cry 'i By Hi 1 MaJIiTv'i Com a an J, Vn Pc'f -n� Wlii-rie- ��� i>-. * 'iiiuicd belli J i' c C11, SurgeT, (And DtuoNii a a 1 or tf AnaTOUy at Suittont-HaUJ A iu Uiuj't in BmadJheet, St, Jams'/. Never Acled before. By tbe Cotrtrwy cfi-'rencb Comedian^ ffCT the New The.ttre in the Hay-Market, ** Tonurroir, rxif�ifw lib ol LVcemfer, mil be petftctti Jrlecitin 6? Sa Trcufr Ceneditnt, Ejc'avet: o r. Harlequin and his Company of Comedians, Slaves. J ij-w Cenfdy er-r^.vV' ef th+te dtfeTtf Pletyt, rtfrefrntin* en iJisv* ef' the Frtncb S.'tt^e r* general, r^i'mr/j^f, ititb at Paoi-ofiUB. The ,fi r.-ftv, tab'J ARCACAMBIS. at Trqgrdt. The id Piece, L'ECOLE d� MARIS, *C**eJti* three J:h, witttx h MouttRS. 'tbt Piece,"HARL.lv> QLI1 N (*lw*t,f 11 AH LEQIJ IN V ITALIAN THEATRE. ' With feveral Entertainments cf Dancing. IVaeni *or the teoic� majr K i.C.n ai Mr. HiSoars}**, MCfthaM �4* Ra^p.'�-%�irT, at thclaiJ theit'r. - N>> reiforn to'bea mitiea ir.:�� Use B."tt� �nfi �t Tkkess �W> will be c�ii�ef�l aitht Bar of the Trxsiie a>_ j*. e.ta. Vis J�. *-�a1. N\� rerfMi 10 be�Jrni.: i t*N>nd iNt sice*, oar a�> Mooty to M rrturo'J af.cr the Curui-i . T� hetift est Six .'CM. M, Thomas For ROT TP R DA 7l\ Vfltiix of Or an ge SIcop* Duftin, CofntifaxJer, SAILS on Friday next, now lying at tall lu� .Vas'. to t '� i* 0-7t> >�- 29, *6?*S. oiaiie Kt�^o TiIlium ftnakk, at Kesioa in the Court� ni N.rif.u:iib;r!jr Civ*a�bc�*,' No,6, i�Ct�* rutnt t-tnn, tbj:l r�ci�cilc Simul Kitty l\�c4�ftc*ai4, 10 t� pat4 by 1 uo la'ulParid lliomai, cr by Vr. �h for iuc'i Uifc f�), to be paid at luiil.ij, %�j ineir Nimcj l�ac:ca if licd'd. T?w. Atk'mfoiu [O ST or miilaid fince November the 24th, _J 17)v o^C ot the thuc i-g |;� b Now* ol Icol. c^tb, No.in i>.ty�bL- in N.ilnn.cl Ne�h;f>, N> /J.> i a . 294 (Mtat'.e 10 *n,!t� l>riijrm> ,.1 i'�� the Ixtctt' ihe N.i'Ct ihcre i� wrote. o./l [n'\ hvtu liuee:>*yi at ti �iiJ cr , tbe &>-c in IW ln> bfei jciriiiti �( I he :i.i-k liucc i lie **>>\r Ivc * ti Mr. J'>!cp.'| -In lli.I) at tha ilauk, IhiU ncsuc j'�.Ou ac*� *td, u-iciQae-fti. iua. , b--�ivcsii H�r �-^- V>ve -C-�4i-, L�ii ..i* H*d L-y-m * tk i � iha "tf i|iiit�". a '� oi.cni*a'��ti>a e. i< a b'uc Great Coat i;di ��> *c:� itj >cf c�r! i > ittr� l� in. Tor.er. ia m. Anjic*', lueci qui the ittti, Uta-., tisi'l cane jtita Isc^f. tz4 Sii-pcuw: Hcvj� cl, /� l�irfoJ, J Hi (f pi'cmlii SiiVc*. I ii lei i it cr. . i. t . -c iux.j c 'arge ^wc ii idc m - J c .-e<- --a <:< .o ii.; wlte/, oce hemg 1,11 j ore fail A � liv'i�l H-.iu, , let O -i >l t If ilul Bailcru, with c* - Lei i i�-(>. 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