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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 20, 1834, London, Middlesex                                LONDON. ESTER DAY" apt. Porta ki&'d his Majelly's Hand, on being made a Corn-miffionsr of the Navy, in (be rood of Sir Goorge Saunders. Letters from France mention, that upwards of twenty Sail of Ships have tetn loft on theCoafts of that Kingdom ; their Names arc unknown, ex-apt that of the John of Cork, bound in Bourdeaux. Ycfterday w� h�Id a General Council at St. James's, when ^Majcfty wa� pleasM to prick down the Sheriffs forthe Year E N G L A  N D. Bedfordfliire,      Thomas Groom, Efq; Bcrkftnre, Henry Tompkins, Eiqt Buckinghamfliire, John Ware, Efqj Cambridge and Huntingdon,  Poupon'ch Cbehiire, Poftpon'd. Cumberland,       Fletcher Partis, Efqi Ihj'uyOiirr,        Frfcricii Sitwell, Efq; Dcvontoirc,       Nichola�|Joopcr, Klq; JJorfetftiire,        Edmund Hayter, Efq; Effex,' Samuel-SymonsPepys,.Efq: Gloucefterihire,   Thomas Lingen, Efq; lletelordfliire,     Rob:rt Mynas, Efa, JHert-'ordlhire,     Anth. Rodney Buckeridge, E(q; . High Wa*� at LoaoWBridM tki> Dky. at 39 Minute* I aim $ in the Moraing. mad 47 after $m the ArrerMoa. liladwyn Duppa jun. Eiq; "illc, Kelt; Lekcfterfliire,     Charles Bofville, Efq ^incoInOiire,      Robert Lychefotd, Efq; Mownouthwire,   Richard Lewis, Efq; Norfolk, George Smith, Efq; Notthamptonlhire.Thomas Langton, Northumberland, Henry Ellifon, Efq; NottingbamJhire, Thomas Liller, Elq Oxfordfliirc, Rutkndfliire, Sbropihire, Somcrfeifturc, * Southampton, Suffbrdftiirc, Saffelk, Surry, Suffex, Warwicklhire, Wiltftiire, WorceUcrihire, Yorklhire, W Carmarthen, Cardigan, Glamorgan, Brecknock, iadnor, Pembroke, Montgomery, Denbigh, flint, Carnarvon, Anglcfea, Merioneth, Sebaftian Smythe, Efq; Thomas Tomlyn, Efq; Sherrington t>avenpott,'Efq; iohn Brickdalc, Efq; lobert Graham, Eiq: John Hodgets, Efq; John Reynold;, Elqj obnCopeland, Efq; Poltpon'd. Robert Parker. Efq; WUUawt Vylett. Efq; George Na(h, Eiq; Poffpohtt L     E     S. Thomas Bavan, Eiq; William Brigttock, Efq; Grant Gibbon, Efq; Evan Williams, Elq; John Clarke, Efq; Weriott Owen, - Eiqj Thomas Brown, �iqt Pollpon'd. Thomas Griffith, Efq; Humphry Meredith, Efq; Roberts, Efq; Robert Vaughan, Efq; ' We hear from the Ifle of Tbanet, that a Boat belonging to (tflioghap was loll in Court-Stain-Bay lall Saturday, and itt William Pafcal Mailer, and four Perfbns more belonging her, were all drowned. '" Tke; Bear-Key Faftor, CaDt, JohnMaftennan. bound from NtwalUe to London, was loft lait Week in Yarmouth-Roads; ' lat tae Men and part, of her Rigging are fev'd. Ycfterday Morninj* (he Hon. Robert Byng, Eiq; Brother to At Lord yifcount '1 orrington, 04c, of the Commiuloners of � toMijefty*! Navy, and Member oTParliament for Plymouth, > tat married to the Daughter of Jonathan Foiward, Elq; a Wtft-India Merchant. ' - Yeatniay Mr. Jacob Pcrcyra was married to Mils Da Cofta, Wghttr. of Mr. Antony Da.CoiU.of Wincheller-lUeet, laid fe&aF^rtttfieof iqoqoI. Lift Monday the-Lady of Sir John Hmocote, Bart. -Ifeeber of Parliament for Bodmin, was brought to Bed of a OWghter at his Hqufc in St. James'sfquare.   _________ VeofMCoklham,- Efq; of Bow-llreet, Covcnt Garden, is tRWWed Surgeon Extraordinary to his Royal Higuueb the-PMceof Wales. 'WTuefaay lied at the Seat of the Lady Cotton inBed-CoL J^ing, a Gentleman pofl'elVd ,.f aveiy plentiful !' A few Days finccjdicd Mrs. Kathcrine Joeelyne, Daughter j^Sirajrcejocelync, of Hyde-Hall in the County of Hert-W, Bart, lately decca^d, and Niece to Sir Gerard Conyers, r On Saturday laft died at Ely, Mis. Elizabeth Otborne, Jawlterof the late Sir John Ofborne, and Aunt to Sir Daii-frQfoorne, of Trinity-Hall in Cambridge , andonTuefilay teCwpj wit carried Jrom Ply, in order to be interr'd in a belonging to tliat antient Family, at Compton in Bed- Night the Corps of Mrs. Cack, Wife of-Cack. ^Wfermerljr a Banker in Fleet-llreet, wa� carried from hi> H�M in Bloomlbury-fquare, in great Funeral forop, arid in-fr'dinthencw Burying Ground. ^The Report of the ten Mal -* Ptrjmr% as art id":*g ft� Jirvt fit JaiJ tUffitsI wlb Littm* fir tb* PtKfixttrs maintabiJ ltxr4r may girt* im tkar Prtfefah ta tkim, Jtatd *f, titTmtfJ*i ih zyb Im/iaxt, at 10 e'dttk, a! Saktrt-Hjifi m*a\ im tht mzam time, mfo*  tvt- jdfnd% n ASobei * l(IUi n, it young Man that writes a good Hand 1 Attumpu, *uii can Ki�c t kjJ icm(U/, i> *it;u.� 10 be i-i ant'iwf tbuliptr. an Firr-Cga �hai*tr, luwrlaff M tbrfatat of 40 >i. and are m tray cf (mrprtmg tkumfthtn. mmlifi ibf art tfQm'd $j tbt cbaritablt CtnttifmttBmi tfwtO-dtJftfid tttpb : tttrtftrttf ~my ftr-fin, ttmb'd with tbt Mttftttmmtg ae&ftm'J tm it* fatd Accidtat, vMli, tat tf Ctmffamtanlim lk*Ddh  be a0*r'd, that mbatntr tbnfmatl ttotk fttftr I* ftmd U Mr. ttcbmr* Ktmt. fifit-maggtr, er Mr. Bdmati NTittvr*. Hmuktr. at TimfUBar, jhtS bt fairlt tad bomtfltj edhibattd amtm^tbt mat if fj iafttttt. AT the KING'S THEATRE  in the ttavawkct. Tcoufrow, In* tbe aid o� December, be pertariB'd m OPbaU, ai:'4       , O    T    HO. �k *n4 totst to be cot t^fethcr. mta -o faix* .0 he tdm'weiS withoDt fltkets, �bkb. �W be aeHttt'd stus l>��. %: tha Olfiic io ibe Har-M�ilret. at faaD  Caioca ntit.. Gallery 9 \ By bis Maj t sty*� Coaaaamd^ . KoPtttm mhmtmta    be aOmimrd t*i*a4 tbe Sam*. Ttbtgim at SiMt'Oxi. tt. B. Tmtfday tbt 241b Afi�* Cbr-Jtmst S#ef tbt Optra wOt bt ttrftim'd ta Utaday tbt t^A t  to be aJnmrrd vithooc Tttkct*. �hxh will be otHm'd thjt Oaf. U the Otfwf to Cu�rat O*roto Theatre, at lialf a Gaicc* catb. Fi>U CaUer) 4* tipper Gallery a�-  . Le Ixgr. jt�. Uz'uiif. Hi Vcrccuj] : Sofia, aii. PtiT-ain,     *J cbeg�feirr#tc* i� tut \*tiHU**at3gz. T> �. iih will t� aiitd, b ib>ec *(ti. Ifdbelle Fdlc Capitaine* & Arlcquln .Sergeant : o y, Cohminne Fiile Savantc. iVub tbe Stast *f tbt Paorreuoua cf Lovt. Tbe Parrot tbe Ptai'fawiabc pcrtmm'ebt ht' cv?: t it .a silW--- ii % jih aa bar�. cert>^ .� j;  o 10 ci� Ki gjuan. a'ojJ*� ol l^J-< f     J Crt^i.# <2^i| ic- N. l^r.^.f, tct uraftia r.i Ir^at tue Cjpa "'T   to A&r^a. Print of Orawfs Read, JtrmynJrHt. rHp Society of Honorary Frets Mafooi, _ . are dtti-H to ntet thi� Pat ia� aoQi tcftatr, at sis la A* f�*niM p^cltlr (bei-.* the UH Lcja*>Ht�htof tali Y�ir) h% or��t n �MI  Matier aa4 Wirieai^( the Yaa^.tilavaj. W1 HERE AS two Butts of Wine and ao Ca4c� or Raifmt �r�ie tTj;ppeH a� Gibraltar tha^ih of No-tetobrt Up, bf AwJttw D.n, on board�ha ship SmHM), SaM\)(l WWtd M*ller, cu*GitnNI i� Mt*. ttiubct'ri Worihi^poa li loaatoa, *hr�h 0(Kd� Km| ajritM. a*t tbe Aid Ktalltr Mxhtttif btta applied to fot tbt tame, oviltoott'mg where to fin J iMfa'4Cg|&aMinttf�rc(afa-nknthia Mcthv>J  p ttbw matt CisaVKcf seat Blltinftlktrft t**dy to^eltftr tb� Aid OoOdt I or b� pplrw* to Mr. Jofcph\Vbit�; at tcwtVttala) C^iftabovie in 8#naia> al�| oeir t\f Herat tuNarajt, Q>* way be fattbtr iaiKSrtaSl. LOST or millaid, one Gold Ring, with a laqte RiillitM o� a a oJ Vtt tt, wel)ihin|ie *"il h��� ftientj* Ouii^a* tlex�afiJ. ana no t^tehicnt aAM; *od if offct'd t� ne piwaM or Ibid, prarttopit, a�4 you (hall litvc the fioac Kc*4iJ. LOST Pecembcr the iSth, between tht. t HeJforJ Arnti Taveui in ihu itate Piaita, Cb�ew.g�t laec, a |tee� Silk Poift, ulKieia&at halt a Guinea tad two F�rtfcW>t ami at tht other fina ��' the ftirf* wa� a Ci^le Stcoe Ditrpond Hin�U vetfRt eight Craiat, a Httkr Jrelki*. sod a fma)| bteck SpMk bt tM IMM* pectre good shape. Whoever bring! iha lama h>either Of ih*a�o�a� avnuon'4 placa*. (h�U ha�� ri�� Gu'�s��� H�wtf4, �n4 a* Qatliioaa a�kV. tt t^Ta^4 to be fold or pawa'4. ptay (top it, an Of, a Silver Cera) |ilt�  Gobi Waith, ti>c Name Hctinl-n, a�< rprKift|ytai�d>|.�fi in iline on llmrMiy tvemnR , and (c(� mil �|iii> I'oaS IM ttlog'i* Ainisat i>oriltinliuce drrirgthe V^imer Seiftn, each P.iflcn^:r paying lH�. and allow'd 10 e*�ry 14 PoilMila Weight: all mher i'arceli �>l)e c�rr 'loiVciii>a Sluubi, fruit Tree*, +4 eii totVt of Flo��r�. Nwe, He hu che Cliflenbory Thorn, that will be, io Flo�at on Cl.fi*lmat Day. To be  LET T, ready fitrmjb% CHAMBERS up One Pair of^Stairs, at Hi. 3 io Coaey-coou. Ipquire at 'Squire** Ciifcetiuufa in Fuller'tJllDtt rtlr CrayVloa. '   ~ To be  S O L Di    ^     ^ FOUR Freehold Houfcs at the upper End,of Drury-lamf. oppyfiie 1 Jw Coal.yard. >l, Inqunc ol Mr. OjbJure, ai bit Ciiimben inCleirieat'alnn. ' 'To be l e~t~t; In Brewen.Sireet near Golden-Square* AVery convenient Motile and Shop, with �k large Yard behind the fame, very fit iot a Woolieo-draper; the fame luring been 1.1 etcee.!inK 8�Jd accu(tt>m'ii Woulleo-drapSf't laop I 1 s'x>�c thirty Year* lait.pall, uio  i ilie KuiTtir>J0 ot Mr. Jofio r�y. l.f, WuoUcn-dnprr, Jctca-'d. Inijiira at the C">wain Bieacra Hrctc* uccr-afaiDll the lai'. H >u^. To  l>e   LET T, lit Switbtn'i-L\anet between Sailers-JffaJl.  t Kamily. we; fa 4 'ugc c'ry Waieli^fi, fit fot ftmat S. r . ot KjjU: k . 1 wrky g i*a Thu�J 5�lii��, li-.ktr'tc. ; �lli> Wvi'llcd l>�m>ik, ttil Bjwet'd k�P* fell, &�% st..u.. � j ti>t,\aU S*i*v�� �r (hi�, MCajtt* n>. *Ji�i*nj jioff., all i�� � nunc. � 4Ct*p�ii'*wt-tMaraiaf. . N. B Hi, )... 0..�:>^*l/ lilau�ol *ll lull!, *lltt V'antty of Vaitlt Ca^ tu i�U.i>.   

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