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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 21, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The My^^^w3^;"1ii| mm* SATtJRDAY,  Decimiik at,  1734. Veal, December 19. its N the Dow*, Queen Caroline, Wilkie. Godolphin, Stewart, and Rurforo*, Bol-i ton, for Eail-lniia; Rocheitcr, Tomer, and Ann, Higginibn, for Jamaica; Volunteer, Bafnet,' for Momfcrrat; Volant, Hunter, for Barbados ; Adventure, Gibfon, for Leghorn; Rofby. Glover, for Cadiz; Don Carlos, Clark, for Canaries; Succcts, Snelling, for Ncw-fcwkftdI; Warden, Wigram, for Cadiz; Elizabeth, French, SfX^ban; Neptune Packet, for Portfmouth ; George and Iter, Keller, forFalnieoth; Flaxney, Jcnes, for----; Wikwire, Naylor, and William ana Anne, Main, for Lilboh; Canning Betty, Jcffeiys, for Jamaica; Antigua Merchant. >ija, for Barcelona ; Afbcry. Long, for � � � i Dorothy nd Mary, Butler, for Cadiz; Prince of Afturias, Synnet, for. faucet Lofitania, Burebal, forlifhjm; Elrzabetb, Smith, (arForrimodth ; Richard and Mary, Chambers, and Savanna, Wood, for Gibraltar ; Argyl. Diggs, for Leghorn ; Lifbon-Calky, Blackabec, and St. Anne, blanker, for Liiboa; Con- fjacy. Green, for --. Arriv'd, Tankervillc, ..... -1 Umi Virg>". -Hf "* aTf  . The Trcawrcr reported alio, that he had recciYd other Be-/aafaaions to the Amount of Twenty Guineas, towards the 1 'capportoF fuch Sick or Lame of the Infirmary althall, upon v�J� Experience of the Phyficians and Surgeons, be deem'd iacarable, according to the limitations of the late Donation f-ii 'ami. �...'- We now hear that a Cabinet Council will be held on Monday at St. James**, when Mr. Serjeant Urling, Deputy JUconkr a�. this City, will attend his Majefly, and make bis Report of the Ten Malefactors under Sentence of Death in Newgate/   a Gentleman of an exceeding good Character, which make&his J>eath greatly lamented. Ttmeiimv tivo Seimofi ��// be fruulid at tbt ParijL Ctartb t/ Mallows Lonbardflntt, Jar the Benefit cf tie Ciarip C&iUrfn frequently tbt [aid Chunk ; thai in the S!snu% if " tit Rrv. Dr. Trat?, Vicar of Qbiifi Church, and that im rtt Jfurmen by the Hw Dr. Heylta, Riu.r cf St. A.,,y U Slru,.J. Chaplain in OiMnaty ta hit Maj.'/ij. Tie jaid ^iml ticnji '* Laigbown lt'i.,(i, and 'tis fxfd w/d fan be made a Ward Slbod j hut at frefent the Jame is in great Stretigttt ; en txtulr *�VUU may all <. � �/�� t-.'�. a. Jufc^ht  i�k Cocart�ak. At the Ntit TntATKi in Goodman** Fi �t.os. The COMMITTEE, wkh the Chymicai. Countb*-FEtrs. High W^ter at London-Bndge this Day, at 8 Minutes aftcr6 intbeManung, and ja ate 6 in the: Afternoon. Vcaerday Bank Stock was r3S 3 4ths. InJia 148 t Katf, Bdoks (but. South-Sea Trading Stock S| 1 half. Old An-neiaes 10; 5 Stbsa t half. Ditto New Aanmoes 105 3 albs for the Opening. Three per Cent. Annuity 94 1 half. Million Bank 107. African 20. York-BoiWings 4. Royal Ailunoce 9% t half, Lcadoa Afforaace 1 a 1 4th. New Bank Circulaaoa 4I. 15a. a 5L Prcm. South-Sea Bonds 3I. 15s. Prcm. India ditto 4L Prcm. Three per Cent, zl. o�. Prea. gnglifh Copper il. WcUh ditto Books Salt Tallies a 1 4th per Cm. Preai. ditto (but. Royal Hofpital for Seamen at Greenwich, December 4, 1754* the Direflors tf Ins Majejlfs Royal Hofpital fir Searum etl Grwnwb it hereby give botict, that fktb fitfoo eu art znl&tg t* jCrcw the faid Hiffited wtb Limit* fir tht Ptmfoam tetmbdlmii litre, jury grot in their PnOofalt ta tbtmtjeaTd f. m "Tnefdrf tbt z^lb ImfiM, mt 10 dUtek, a! Setters-Hell; atJ, im tbt am time, mftm e>fflfi*g ta tbt Strsondmf tbt Jmid Halfital, mury vino tbt Pmtttnn, and kmc mlJJI�f.tmrfem*lfaimfGmittb*t^Uw**ttd. WHEREAS there kina_ajrUrb*�� at* Piio�c*llVtoMe\m*ta�in, is �n Invention of m�y .___ taa �woogh ot'Brieport m thaOMnty of f�rft�, im NrfiM^wV a� A(t m rarfaawat foe iktt VotfoU *\tt*4t obtain** :. Aa4�htttxl(K�teb Ifctdy t $um of mom, Ukftribtd for tht PtMOoft �fcrt6* r iw�ttaa*attht ftne,mrVh ply biatalt to the B*�l*� and Cotpotwloa of ntkpott foe nil Purpofe. , . v,' .. :' TH E Creditor* who have fign'd the Ati&Or of     Dorothy Pop*, law or the London ******* �* churchf�r.�t, ouy rtc�irt their Dividend of �nPrtaemh ttaadltt, Wi.-w-Mer�Han>, to PgJdinf lux near  a�MMnj^a�^aawB�asaaa�aia�aa^ .-y ALL Pcrfons Indebted co theEftateof Mr. ti\fHj\�� flower, )�{� 01 TDoiy.Hrtet, SoathajarW ataaaaVey are forthwith to pay the fame to Mr. Timothy Baft, Attorney at taw �HTi�on iflu'd ajtairaa ihcw, �vih*i�l� topty their fvfbediva Dtbn to Mr. Thomai Satjem, Attorney, in tha rotdtrv, H"i-ahti �c1 chey will he protecuicif*t Law fur the fame. Dr an exaii Eflim&e laielf taken of the Lojfes fifinm'd ty ft?drx+ifml fire ctiemttt B*ti� Jaljleft. i, *p-ftxrt, tbtt ftxttMrntftrtmrntitttefpu tb*J bad mat tu >�i'Jin{ in-fut'dim fit fire-OJke wbttent, bnvt im% t* tbt Value �f 40a /, and art la mttVjf tffiipptrUM� ikem/eimet, milefi tbeftre rtittv'4 bj lb* cbMtitMtCsmiwifutmmttjmtS-mififtftd TtfU : Tbtrtftrt if amy r�r> ftnt, ttmdk'4 with (fee Mitfmtati titeffd ht lb* fit J Accident, wtmld, tmttf Ctmftgimt*etlmtlb*Otfreffed, btrfetid ttctatti. tmtt tawsri* �'g'g �P tbu fttrnt Left, UH)f mury b* sffUr'd, tbtt whatever ib^/ktttbfmi frftr u Jtmd f Mt. Kscbevd Krai, Fijb. mete**, mr Sir. ��m*fi tfilbrrt, Btacber. mt Temple Btr, flull b* faitt)  k �ed Bora co be pat teCcdker. and no Fcrfoas to he admitted withioi Tkfcc:*. �hkh wia be 4eH�c�*d ibis D�|. at the Office in lOc Ha|-M�ifcet. at batf a Cwaca each. Gallery } 1. By bit Maj a sty** CmmmuoJ. Ko P�rf�a waaeem t�te aftntcwd hctuaa tbc Stenu. Tt t*pm~Mt Six a'Cbci. fr\ B Tmtfdty tbt aaf> b*iM*cbrlfituj tvr, lb* Opera wU bt terfttm*�amUmity tbt %\t UJtmt.    ^ Bylhi MAJESTT*s Command. AT the Theatre Roya! in Covent-Girden, **       Dtj. bat% *** a,tt     a>cc(nber. will bi picfeotcd w0s^"o   R   E   S   T   E   S, Pit mai R in ta be par lefcthcr, asd 00 rcrfooi tu he admitted *it^>o- T i G�kbo Tteasre. at ttatf a Otrtoca each, trim Calicry 4*. Upper &al-�t7 3 *. < i _ Bj Ha M a ) 1 s t r 1 Ctmmmstd, f.q Pt:fjt� �&atefcr o be adonttc4 behind the Scenes. L By the Company of Freneb ComeJians, AT the New Theatre in ihe Hay-Market, ~ M   .�� cci:, bcufdiciii uf bcttmbcr,       be piclcoicu IMAGINAIRE : a C an W AI. ADE Th ^5 o a. Of H t R - 1 N - L A W. arfaaae, M iuiii'w^i. Mr. Le S�ac. ju . Ftrt!t, Mr. Yenca*}; ^"w.*     . fe--       Vvi'tt*,, ibj. tvKp'Miut. 141. le flic, ta* * rH :*4f t tt�i|  Mi. Malui i 1 dint, Mrt.Dcf- trlir*   �-^  1 \iMi>j!c  u. ..�.>- :i tcbtt j i~t at) Mwo*/ lu bs at.c     Cu:�:; i�         P. 1* ft^.SM tit �dX iC'ui. NctU-e is hereby give**       v :^ THAT all Perfons indebted to the fepumtfe Eltato of Franeii lutl-m. Ute of St. Mary'HlU, taa^'^taa. Coopei. rfetcikM, �to dtiind forthwith wpiy thait f��^fliva Oilca wMr. ThooiUMCi, Attorney at ta� In Uo��-t�Wt, tomfiarf Urttt,'t who ii legally auttiorixM by tha fald late Mr. BtlWi Mn^lltrallii to receive, anion Nnnosyment loftef.'f ar^rewwljhaUMasa^-^   . N.�. Mr. Jam*� Sasby, fur�i�mK r*r�>erof tht ftM Mt.BatfiaV oo� ioccccd. him ia bit Trade, in his late 0�#lUn|-hOU|� oa St. UUf. Hill. Guiidhall, Dec. 12, 1734. TWi? Chamberlain of the City of London hereby gi^Km^t,ttmthmQbtmtwfaytbtHdfTtm^tW^-dad,, tsbitb trill be dm* n the Prtfrirtsrt �f tbt Orfbans Fund at Cbrifimas next, m JhmrfUy tbt gtbDmy tfjmnrary taJlsrw-i*g i ami that fir the tame ta oakr, tbt Cbrifimmt Dividends an tht jaid Bad -axil aborts btpm t� bt faii mm ibtfirft Mamdajfr 'Pmrfday after fxilfib-Bity, and tbt Uidfitmuur Dividends 9* I'jffrfiilxltyaijrmrjfyinjulf. From the Hofpital near Hyde-Park-Corner' December 18, 1734. JbJOTlCE is hereby given* that a Quarterly CWr tcill be held there em Friday tbt $d ef January next, at to   Clset im tbtFtrtmm, mfam jfetial Affairs ; and euCbriBmaf-Dafhmffem am Ifeimefi^n, tU WteUy Bamrd -wiiU !^.^,�taJ^^>�� *fy aW L.iij    m   A   "~7_ '       r _      "r 1 reeeiw the Sumnt Twenty Foundi foe Kith Dltviwwv. m na i&tt-m t* held oa Tkrjly next at ej ,* tb, Fsrerr** \ aAotcCkU. and their Names fcrc 8, made hct��ea Ti Hiram marata of >aaaa� m the County nt Ni fihaoai Pan, aad William Lilbuin. of Ncwcattle, B|l|) of,lht�lh�rfar^M> ltting to an edaie anJ Cnllicry *t Kenton atorciala, aad an luat* ha Gnnnerron in the faid County of Nurthumber'andi hat aava fce Maf lime Ml ormifl.y within theft ren Years la� pall t Whoaver Isriap the faid Pt�d to Mr. l)��ld Thumai, at hi* Chambers, No. d, m ?mh tncei't'Inn, (hall rewire the Sum 01 Fifty Ponnda Revtarda to be Piki byihar*idOa*idThomis, - L " WL -  "'-�-' **-   "   *-      - Tower Data � or If any I' 1 or by Mr.Thorou Atkinluo, Marthai I'etfonwiU difcovtr whohaathtfaiat ftt at itatOjol. Tho. Athnjbn* DESERTED the 4th Inftant, from the Right Hon. tha Burt of Effingham'* !trgiine� ith ia Cttaflu'rt* And alfo Jjofept, Newma>, 3j Yean old, fine Foot nine lathtaandn Qtiirtfr high without shnet, feddifh Hair, fray B|�� and fieth Coat* pleaion, bum at Norrhjroptun. Whoever appreUods aad (asurat �na or both of the Aid two Otfcrteri. and ftodi NotUw thaftof to Capt. Altiander Wilf.m in Qiiean-ltreet, Weltpitnlltf, Bra)) petite Two Ooi* nea> Reward for eath, befidaa hit Milelly's allowance for taabg Dcfcrters. ' " .   _ /lltxanAer IVtlfon* 1 U) ST the 20th Inftant, between London-Bridgo and dio Cudnrn-houle. a im'll Oi>)d Wattb. �it� Jwaaar** Name Whiteoun. if brought to Mr. CaHceosr'a, Waitttauswr, la Ab> church-lane. or 10 William t'aiktr, Afaidngar, atSaurta Key, (kill haraFireOnioMiRaward, andoot)sieltiucsaik'd. "; f O SI JLj C�f*. i for to I. paya O ST inHFebruary laft, an old red LeCtcr- . . in which were two or   N. H. The abore H*v>eri are ot oa Value, to any one bat tbeOwotr for Pajmtoi oi the Noiei were Hopt a* loon as they ��� toft.        * ---_" ' �;_-ii--      1    1 j 11 1 'I,- LOST or dropt the 2 6th of November laft, ciiniiia out of the Up  touts in the Hay-Mwaet, afasttl TurtoiflKllJnulF-b)i. with a Uutter H/ in pbfrd.'Mttrupon it. Imam* thcr with a Silver (Pronation Medjl of iCwK Ctotfa II. Whewaar will bring thena to Jick'a Ccffohuure in Kio�'MM�i by OaildfiaJI, have a Guinea Hew ltd, and ciuQjieltion* aak'ti. N. B. II the* bring the Meoal ouly, tiny Hull have half aOi Reward with Thank*. ST from the Sun Alcffouiel^^out ifbopfitiia, 00 Thorfday Islt, a �l���r Piui Mug. with a Con� (cdation-Viececn^favMon the frout, and 00 the lisodle j, 0. M, Aflf fotfon bringing it to tbc aar of tl.t faid tlcalt, th*> (lull t��i�ebaJt � Guioea Keward. and no Qiiciliont a�a d (or if Lffsi'd) to be Mwa/f mm aud you flull be rewarded for yoar tic utile, John Beech. r o I J Bi(] eerfatloo-1 (M, pray Hop lit. Die. ao, 173$; I \7 HERE AS a Parcel of SagcCheefc, being VV tour in Number, and d it etled tor Mr. Vo wel, at the Comae of Pall-m�lUllr*ei. wu leit by Mi"a * at a Howl* in a>tcca � Motita of tha tu4 Fatal ot Chccfo to (be ioref*id tot.\>*mt\. 4* to Mr. AtkwG>a,at thw Kioft-Ksad i" tlie Old-CUufe in Cl eapi'ide. fo aa tb* tama aaay be badafalo, lhall r�cei*e tha Som of five IhW illiovfof tUix^na|J�U IOHN  SAMPSON, who y niili Mr. FantlnU, Cifiieiicr, * Hotton ocar the HuuO oiiJ CiiJtii v.hoe ths Itid Mr. FailttKjdf iijcun He'd, v,lure fieriknun and uthcr* tatay bf loin ot tiuiick t'larn, rIjweijuf Vhiubt, Fruit Tn at llu�tf�. . v Nofc, He hai the (iUftcnUry To^rn, that will U { CLriDuaw Ut/ -T:   

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