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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 24, 1834, London, Middlesex Deal, Detember 22. ! IH E wtw-i--bourn! remain as Vcflcr-dajr. Since came &m�, Catherine, Bofiock, for Jamaica; Tyger, Petre, for Smyrna; Whale/, Mi!a,tor Lifben; Till/, Dove, for Dublin. The Acne, Wigg, b biTd for Falmouth. Came fa, fau MajeO/s Ship Gibraltar, and b faiTd for the Nore. ArriVd, Hamburg Packet,. Ycaso, from Cadiz ; Anttlope, Morra, from Seville; --, GttdiBsr.ftoai Virginia. Wind N. W. by W. v Con don. Tke Mail which arrW'd Veflerdaj from France ccofirtn*. dut the Imperialitts bad again repaiVd the Pip, as menaond in �r former, and that they bad been cMig'd to abandon their Brio_e over that River. Tbcir Rental w�s to well ccadaGed, tJot they had ��7 Lvt Men kilPd by the Enemy ; and their rtfteft Lo&� feeou to have been the Di&ppoinanem of their jDefieta upon Guaflalla. Don Carlos b gate to Sicily, to be ntfot at^he Siege of Meflina. Maifiul Coigny bu left the jprracb Army in Italy, and b on the Road to Yertaiiics. The� writefrom the Hague, that Mr. Walpolc the Btitilh AmhaflauW,and tbe Grand Penlkmary. Tavieg concerted a plui for propoung to the Courts, of Vienna and �arb (be firll Qtermrcs lor an Accommodation, the two tallowing Articles lad been communicated to the Imperial and French Atabaua-tdcrs: Firft, Whether the Emperor and France would be content ' that Don Carlos remain King of Naples and Sicily, upon Condition of giving tlx Houte of AuixrU. Parma, and Placcntia, �_h a Part ol^ Milan ami the SuccdEoo toTufcanjr, as an Equivalent ? ' ~~~ ' . Secondly, Whether King Staoiflaus, prefarring his Regal Tale), will be fathfied to be made Duke of Lorrain, and that .Patchy creeled into an Electamte ? Tbe Dnke of Lorain to marry the.tldeft Archdutchefi, to be oVclar d King of. tie Romans, and to bare Parma and Flaccid immediately, aodTofcany after the Death of the Great Duke? Or in cafe tha fccood Article is rejected. Whether Poland fluD not be divided between SuniHuts and Acgofios, the kogeft Liver to okcthe Whole? ' Tis added, that theft Proponnom hare been communiraTfd ID the several Powers coacem'd, and that in cafe they appear dHpo&'d to enter iwo Negocation,the Hagoe wilrbe toe tfiace Jbr the CongreG, in Compliment to the Grand Penfioner, who B to co-duoihe whole, in Concert with the BrirHh Minims*. Yellerday came an Account, that the London, Cape Cornell, /rem Sc. Cnritropher's. was get dear cf toe Oars-Bank on the CmuotSoCcx, and rides tale in the Park near to Land: The Matter k in Hopes ot banging her to London, witbout being ttladta. y�tmfay twb Wamjpnluaads.of T*aV Velvets and ttkr mo Goods, fct_\i tome dmc ago in a BajrnintncWondP land* of Kent by Mr. Brooks, one of hb Majedy's Ostccrs of _K_e, was brought to Town under the Eicon of a Parry of Bane. We hear that the Value b cpwarcs of 50001. His Grace the Archbifhop of Canter hnry has given the Rev. Mn Cooant, M. A. tbe Rectory of Hadiagicy, void by the ikuh of Mr-' Robert Cumberland. Ye&trday Morning died Counsellor Wadden, at hb Chara-itra in Cbiuch-Court in the Temple. tad Night the Corps of Mr. John Rigg, hie an eminent Merchant of this City, reputed to have ehed worth 30000 L as inteu'd in a decent manner at Walthamflow Ccurcb in Eflex. lib Pall was (uppoaed by Sir Henry Mayrard, and �ve other Gentlemen of teat Neighbourhood. laft Week was -exported to Holland, $0000 Ounces of Silver, and Ounces of Foreign Gold Coin ; and u> Spain and Portugal, 2450 Quarters of Wheat, 200 Quarters of Rye, It to Quarters of Barley, 180 Quarters of Peas, 400 Quarters, of Malt, and 50 Quarters of Meal. �� Tbe Rogues who robb'd tbe Home of Mr. Ambrose Skinner �ear Barking on Tcurfday-Night laft, came about fix o' Clock, _*d having their Faces blackM, opooTd the Door, whkb bap-pm'd to be upon the Latch, and badiegonly tbecMQcuUc man aod his Maid Servant, they bouad teem both: Alter the Spaceef about half an Hoar, one of the ilea Servants knock'd at the Door, and was let in by the Fcttowv who bound him ; the other Servant, who bad been feeding his Hartca, came in about an Hour and half after, and was ketv'd in the fame manner: The old Gentleman's Son's Wife having been along with ber Hulband viiiticg� whi^.bc was gone to the Stable to put ep the Horfc, went to the Door and met the tame Ufage; the Hoiband coming afterwards, was reeeiv'd in the tame minnxr after which the Rogues btoke. open every Lock in the Home, and took all tbe Plate and Money, together with the Cloaibs and Linnen, and putting them in two Sacks, carried tbem away on two of the Gcmkman's Horses. Tbe feilca* were tight or ten in Number, and about four Hour* in the Houfe. They write from Bi^toJ; that at the Beginning of the late' bad Weather, which has con:tajKd by Icurta!* very botilc-nuts, attended with heary Sbowcrs cJ R*m and Hail, a \ rilrl h^om Tenby, Huditoce Mader, bden �gh SuxxCaal lot this Port, was wrecfc'd oa Barry Rocks, and tbe Mi5rr and two PaSengers (one a ycung Woouc} were dra*bcd, but wo yoong Men hb Servants were Ctvcd. It fcem^, thougb the Maftet Lad been acqiutnted wttb the Cf.anntl m^nv Vein*, be ' mittook the Land, and tLougb: cf makicg for Scilly. What is remarkable, one of hb iav^tXi. when he fcxiad the VcCrl irretrievably loil. and the Sea bicakmg cxa iheu Headi. he P�I*adcd hb Matter to tike a Rrirlzinn, aad uua to tbe Chaiiccof fftitnicg with Lira, as lie cdy MctLod to five their Ljyes, which he urg'd the c-.are dirc-joJl/. because the young Woman made (ceo Lmentafcl- Cuzi tlat* Le cedd not bear to kor her. The M^iicr cue m^kiu icy Aci*cr to Lb leuraty, nut ftanding by the ice Screes kke cax dune'd. wuhocs fptakuig � vV c-d for acxj two Hours, tii Had ct�r"d moJ. oi �e Time with Pait of the W Stert. c- fcr.-p tar Breakess df ~i* f *c oti�g Fell*w tnarippV. and a-itr lAlug Lease Of bis didrcliid Cocip*nx&-. j^ap'j o�er bcaid, and two Waves throw'd him uic SL.-.-e 1 he Mi&a j-d after go �g aba:t, the Veiil iccizdy p^ird c^n abax tr< MsJJle. the Stern p^ oa Mbic". Lt ti.;u u::- tLe two fVifcttgrrs and bii C4&a iwviox, be peribrm'a an Oi-EHa.'fil'/4 ART 'AX. ERSES. Pit asd Coxes to he par tiftiher. aod no ferfoM to be admitted without TjUcr.�, vhicli will be deUrer'd ibat D*y, � the Office in the Ha|-Market, ar ball a Ooinca each- Gajlcry ) �. By lit MaJ e sty'i Command, No FcrG>a� viiatcrex to be admitted behind the Stcnci. '_ft ttgim mt Si* o'Cbci _ By Command of their Royal Highncflls The Princeflcs Amelia and Carolinf. By the Company of French Comedians, AT the NevrTheatre in the Hay-Market, 00 ThuifJif next, bcicg tha *6th of December, be uicitottd a C medv. L*E MB ARRAS des RICHESSES. Tj mliih will te addr4the lad oe� Comedy, nl.'d H a r t e q.u 1 n always Harij q^u i n. \:'nh. teveral Entertainments of Dancing. * To begin at Six fGlack._______ For JD I E L>, Tbe Adventure Sloop9 Samuel Newman, Mafier, SAILS on Monday next the Joib lall�iii, lyidg near fjicj Hernnugc-thM'b. The \;i(ierto be beard c/ua
ic oi A.aiixnjf. �hwn fcpi�i�3ij� 4 uyooian th�iu'd i- NcM_r*i1tur ait �hj OfMttt for * fcgoLr Practice. N B ta KbtJi afuic *'�y *.U U lanwu iudifednat Boy rUb-tuns AV^re.tMi. Ua(^'�I-tt,UaitifcVlasiMf (hcTkmn. WHEREAS about the Year 1731, ApplU c*ticn was mad* i� Mr. Ttw�_tollk4tar4% VaMtr *4 tha ia|iliil4 Admiian-eaci eocKemm^ a Utacy kit RahtrttmMltnat I tab It ikaite�. that Mr. tchttt BtotwOrtct it now artit'd in Bnttttad, aad may tet*W�f �the l�n-&-*aaia Coffathouft ia Bhtfain-Uot. toadna , >. �.. STOLN out oPthe Houfe of Mr. Ambrofc SlinMr, of Loog.BttdR. (by cicbt or rea taftatri'm ttWfardla ot StTkinm �he County ofettirt. on ThoriaaiTt^pia^t^ WNWb ooc Stlret TsakardcoarkM K.O. oaeSilvtr C��A.4. f. *m9M+** A. P. a Botak A. r. i�o sil��r Porri-etr*. oa* aaat-'4 �. %>K mr}. Silrtr (poMw, on mtrfc'd A. S. 8. out A. S. OM A. F. wCO.M, one A.s. k. two GoM Rw|�, one with thit ftfia. tmtt*i*0lH*f�*1> oaeCorit;on�Cattic atbftfaid. TTHERE has of late (bmc wicked Fcrfon I or Vttbat brota off fcveral Knocker* ham ih^Ooanaf twloi fnuite in Dcio-l��e*t, F*t(er-la �eMail Of �� 4M rootfeiiditm, t>y b iruls on Monday Muraiog th*a)� tnltaac, NiajaWVi. the tiour* of Oae and Sit. whxtcr will diatom where tbt tm& 0�e i>. To that it miy be had �?aio, tktil hara OoaGaiota la-wawC" aodooOyclliuut a*k'd. It offer dio bt fokC VWf f ft aai Jut) lluU have thelkne Reward, |i�iu� Noikf ��. W HEREAS a ^3 of Rfteafe, dated Aug. ap, 167*, ma�� bttw*eaT�Unmmf�wkk,of V V amUMo _iyt m*ww� v*a>**�*a*avaw *wl�w/awa�f am MBJBbbbajbb| fotbaCoantvot Noributaberlaad, Elq} aod ha_o))bWiltoftawoaaT Part, aod William Iflbom, of NewaitW, of tbt otbtr Part, ta* Ut�B to an hlUteaod Colliery ac Kamoa atofeCiid, aod anUktM la Cunocrion in tbafiiid Coomy of Northumberland, Im awm let time W� orm.fl�id within tbefe te� Yew* UU piitl WlxttvaV bri_��; tbe laid Deed to Mr. Diiid Tboma*, at bii Chambtr*, Hi.6, iaQa* mcotVtno, Hull reotira the Sum ot titty Pooad* M'aid, 10 bt peat by cfaer � �� *>>w P�yn�ei't ii/luaf f *n4 re�v**r ih*-tatat,; - fi. 0. Mt. Jame* iaiby. i'urtniiH partner or the f*id i4t.�mU& o^w (utccedi him to hi* frade, in hi* lata Dwaib'pg-bowJii oa fc. Mat? nil'. _ �. - . . .- "v LO S T on Sunday the 15th Inftant, between Camkcrwcll and I'etkliam, � very loull pUiaOold Wartb ia�-double Caia, tha Naat* oa iho Mavemcut John Coitoey f-~taVaTi on the Dial-plate Cotton, Iwkto i it had to it a J^kMHk JRiM with a Braft Seal and Waft Key, the Mat a Hart K-iibarLwimka/' and a long plain grecu iilkfum, in which _>a* a Cold Ihimd^mQjUp1 Shield and a ItnaU **'. Wboavex bfin^a them, or eithtr of tbaaa. t* Mr. John Pcpy�, at ins XVowo and Suptar in^TIttt.Rrai*. (k�U bavti' Fife Ouine�� Kew�rd tor tlw wbolc, or p'Opmc coabia trir aay nafL.' being oioieihan the Value of the Cold, or if al�c�i>y pawa'dor (_lZ youi tyvacy again with Tlucla tad chaigct, pro�i
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