Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 31, 1834, London, Middlesex                                TUESDAY, DtciHitt 31, 1734- Madrid* December 14. HE Court b return'd hither font the Efcurial to paf* the Winter. The Kmg proposes to create famlGtaMl Officers on his Birth-Day the 19th (nlUat. Hi> Catbolick Majefty has caus'd the Body of Militia lately fonn'd ia this Kingdom, to be arm'd and doatb'd ia Imitation of thofe in France, and has appointed Officers to teach (hen the tame Exerctfe and Diftptine as irfcrl by (.teiahf Troops, in order to their being incorporated with jhSrwhtn occafioni requires.     �    ,   .. fkftw. 'Dte. 16. The following Decfamtkmof the En-ittRBto has been lately made publick here. ** ANNE, ^'frGrarV y*  . !>       jJlar thefe CaaTe* we "make known, dedans and affiae, lajtnoar Imperial Word, that we never had any Intentions, leer* at prewar, to violate in the lead Point the Privileges, iAkwrattifS and Libcrtht of the Republick} bet on the fPantly, are refolvM to piefervc and maintain it effedoally vfflfc Rights as we have, hithend done, without feckingto; Attn a tingle Inch of Ground from the Kingdom ami IfattckofPoIaod, and toafliune it ao ourselves under any m or Pretence whatfoever. *!We4a not likewifeexued, nor will mat any time hcra- alrftanand, any RetnrWement of the Expences we have ha) at ia the prefent War, how coniidtrabk soever 1 andi fcwm as the Republick fttill renin her Tranquulry, and- naatBadcv the Reign of his Majefty AUGUSTUS IU. -m,--->�-- -..f. - *r^�n.n)tC|{ts0Bt . a%a4 jfc, m> Waal S. by B. Uawiag bard. AH the Oucwird boaad ta leasaia. Caane dowa. Price Frigate; Towers, for Jaatsiitii t PTcioav Ualaam, far Oporto t George and Mary, KcUer. was oaotaed Yefterdar. X O^H  D O N. TWs Say the New Yeafs Ode, coradby Cmlry C3> bar, E% r^er LaB�tt.s^fa tohWckby Mr/fkcKMa-fter of fcB\t*jemy-. BalritfMaficlt. wiB terebeui'd at the Son Tavcvaia Ksac^oeet, WetmiaaVr, aal TuamiaaywUl be fimg m etedf CoaacaVnj.liii at Sc jaaataV. btfart UMirNfa^aatltlwraftofr^RcTalFaaay. We hear chat the Nafcmls of the Right Hob. the Lord Foley with the Lady Betty Seyaaoar, Oaagjhter an the Earl of U^Mt>a^Maa1    m*H >__^^_a^~^^_^^a   '. .. "/- as.ii _ - ;m nestsam, wtiioeoiaBaaaaMaaaaaualoacB. Tomorrow the mm ban Sm aatd Heir of the Hoa. John Sfencan Ef^i hu^c/chcSawclstlKCa^of BeoVbrd. aadGraaoaa n hcrGaca the Dawaifi Powafcr of Marl-boroaa^'VrUbetsmtiiHKba Vetbrnky MoraiawchtLady of the Km. Heavy fMham, Efip Brotiaqr at has Gacft thaPafcaaf Wiwatk, mat safely '* - -"/in lahiin TbeBatk&amvTafsiMttli^ Accomt oTthe Marder off Caft Gomwa, Goammmderot the Sck^ belcstiag asclartPayw mlmfiiTd theacefer Africa, and from the kmc frnot with a Cargo of NegroSbva to Carolma. ThaOccaaimof tfaaaaaappjrAccsik^ sstasamd �thost'. �" ThcSdpio^MealriBfim Debt mrhelNnxh rfcdfb, &nd theOccofstmsJacieof awr briaf able aa get tbek Moaty, cam-I>!sjn*dmtacGovcinar sVltsdrefc, wtoummapwojido'd a Man of Watis Boat. vaeMamwajd, a� go cm board the Sopio asdbriac^off tlwMea, ia osder so aawafSatiamflion to the CrmmlaamaTi s bat aama dm Beaft Crew skaaaaKag them, Ca^GtftkmmawVAalam^lmejmmlm th�Vnmaiai, by lma�l�wm>atpiBV^s^^ bem� afliatJwcrcmOabiafaclHv the Boat rm�3 > dm Sm^Satsa, assl aVd waotlwCacM WinoV^ midQmt. Gom\sa. who vaasdsm ia the Cama, om^atnaand^ TJhaSamX G^'jmmmgs, aniVd hft WcekatBrifmt from Phnadtfphia ia x$ ftrya, ami the bitty Saow, Chotl flerwick, in aa I%V vthssjh am ihsagbt the cjakket nffages ever heard of. The Moorhai, On*, laeldmi, wla is MrivM at the fame Pert framVmismvlatmw^^ x her Mea i^-dorer^i.dK lamlmd WeaUer. ~ .: Vcmmlayllormag|BBattHB>gA Gb&Bon&s, ami ImmM si barthmelfaiaad aBey, orcrfet j bat two other Beats fcspptly foTbaiaja-a&ve."------~ The faincMmmag>Wbersy vam o^^^     facjag1 Tie Hear �aoea|ec#|bBm ta- kes aotsoe c#iaa fmV&dc mmmlri sa^^ attPrismniaarsmw a� tamMAimimmBSm)f*�an''to tiop the Pioepcts wkkb tke EmmmEafflMmmn^ fa   made. by Mr.] i^Thm w�anoot doubt but thePalatiaatevStates,nad !0iftrias of the Crown of Poland, and Great Dotchy of liaiosaia, at well as aD tbofc who have at Heart the pub-b^Welfue and Tranqniliry, mkina into Ccftfidcntkn tmrmtfmt fiacere, true, and invariable Declaration, aad lameiB>�> prevent die Cc�rinuanceoijrJbtUCm^ TMliae EfEufipn of innocent Blood, will onite as Jnp> aa '�njhvana find out fome ialutary and proper Method � 'T^thefomoch deflred Peace ofthrRepublick. ;M To thb happy End our true and iincere Aim has been - �#bnd| dirctted, and Hill cootinues: And although our IJWmvoan cannot 1aiH of being already known to you, wc jkatomrtbelefs judg'd it necvffiuy to publifb oata more .wlaamooru by tbiiprefeht Maaifrflo, and to give aarA� fllpBce at the fk^e Time, that we feck only to bring about ttk-~ Union and Tramjuility in Poland, oarlAUy and r, who w�> wiU.ctlcAually maintain in her Rights Ocaitons, being detjtrmin'd to employ all the Which God has lodg*din ourHaads, m preserve the rr^kk in her Centtitutkn, and in a folid and bumg 2�l tad from this Refblution we will never fnftar our* be diverted, either by Negociation, or any Motive JBtver. * Aad to the End that this Refolution may the better come toe geowled-e of every Pcrlbn, we have order'd thepre-jekaiiikfto to be pubiiuYd in the Kingdom of Poland, M Gnat Dutcby ot Lithuania, izhtb of No-vtmber, Jib of Dutmbtr, By CemmjHund if Ltr Impttitil Muj*fy� HERMANN CHARLES KEYSERLING, ^, " CiuufiUw of State, PrrfiJtut of tbt Acadtmy ��5, " of&ucHitt, Alitiijltr Phntfutetjuiiy mmJ Ex-" ti.xudinary  5� J*r.*7v Oa rhiajjuDav ia the Moraiag, a yoaag Idaav haimt;abom a hloieh to Jem of hb Ttoik, ao Appstmicc m Mtvfiaam tie Igaam iaTbrnaas-drcet, �Kay biM m Sr. Ma's Smcpk; by the FaS of a Bdl from the Caeca, be tam^MtftKtame^mnaf, a Rope am the Wheel of a fkB*hm*ad ovcrfec. DtiCm, Uht xt. TTbs Day mat Maxwell, a Cripple with two Waoam)(4gs,'sjio oewham/d thrash d�u Town, fur *^"lr"T*ri'*'        aad tmstmg hum m a ��cie Maamr. This Ewawc wsH^e PofarmU At the KipcV Tsie*Tea; ia the Hay-Ma>k(t. The Otis, of ARTAXERSES. At the TatsTtt R<*yas. in Divtir-LASi, The MISE^ withCoi.oii�is.*Co�aTtr*jt. At the TtiaaTKa Rotas, ia Covtsr - Gitsts, The PROVOK'D HLSRAKD, with the Rah of Pboiikvimc. At the New Tsraavaa m G�o�u***�-Fiis,p*, The RECRUITING OFFICER, wua the Cur mica l Cou�tsbsalTS. . __' Yeteday Bank Stock mm 139. led* tat t balf a 3 atbs, for the Opening. Sooth-Sea lndiaaSmrJt It t 4th mrOm Oproing. Okt Ammom tot 1 MK DiMit*�< 1061 fth, 106 for the Opesaaf. Tbree pet Caat. 94 � half. MiUkmBaak 167 t babt Alrlmm Mtiap^ Royal AumaiecoS 1 half. Lamia  it 4th. New Bank CSreaiamm   * t ^�s..^s-.~-y--. ~-*~*rmrA^&m r s e s.v *k m* Utm mtejwtvwhw^tMl'ne fsrfem >� b> tiawkW witfcwt tVfctts,  e# *lr�w*J ta*t Day, m mVotW in the tuysMatkvt, at aaV a OMmatmh. C*�trry %%, Jfy Ms MAJtsT^Cmmw.  MPHYTRION: The T w � S o 8 1 a s. Ttt�t�hwiU>aa  QaLta,. tfererfbsto tw�maii(�� tm^MtDaSaBmn iMaavaamejf mhe ratora*tf�ner ma Cmi^i�*fm�vf. ft iajai est Six iCktL Ibis Daj% tbe pfi hit. imU iegm HUH MAM fjar DaiiONSTaator tf Anatomy me. bmpm Jaaff/ *i b>* Hu^ i� Uif*utfSshh^fs^Sf � To aUmuallers and etbtrs, fubjeV tout* U tbt POT-ACT, ^HATlit''i^''bf^ s aaloH�r��id fnnaf twih ta* irest llatdflKp* ..tf *�n, ptyiaa �s�h^int|�Ji*ihiri brtaaeneafmiftKy il�ea)to| t�  .... btt * taaCW*mt of. mmMtrirvasMii    __. _ �M aowlimwaiivj^^ aMCanamthoiriaitmbtmMfeoiKt. itbtisf mbi thaCeatmel-sm) t u> " ^m^atoil,wlf�Mem Hasa tWhr.rtwU*.. m;Mi�i<�hiN/' mSf^ibemma, tut to msf hi im�r to mort^i�4 as ihsawetfegol thajaihamiii. IOST;Tefterday Moroing,.between to* . I^i-itoars of Mate �ad f oeiM, in Hglbon, Rml^faieb cmMaa-tsrarr, or m ��w ihcra aad �Uik^f|si��-a loaa mmmmV* J. W. S7S4aubotbfidc*. mwlmawuiwo rotraml Hwes,itwecmTiimi 'iMiMMdOfM. aal ia atfrnr tn ttiUkit aad' Sm-|mmiet itimilnaii!.' waaemr mm im4 tbt tsmty aaw eilf hrmt ee.Hmt 1*�is* aim �# cWsruasr.M�rr iUUmar�ft aria>' . Otmiaaoors fhmfl �a�a Tiuwa.c^m^ -pHE Crejliiorsof Jofrph Jones,lateMaAer I ofttwAatwtrp r�v*jrai>m.|>arf J�m*ry w. at tewe o'clock u ifc� Ina^f, at mjf^paa Tavern babiad thaSo a�Bistu^to^jJ^jb^Ahul m*mj�~ tatsimtWdw liamvm of^^. refts^ cjjj/frirs. a^aostuVtocawsiw fat WaVA,-.   .     � ...   ; ;    .- � aJNY4gcrloaiigiiafraa Pmploymcot in the f \ Ciryof LaMkw, or ia �uy pk4�nf kM-tVfc af'iae*" io t, bt �WI�a � Law 10 9,9k m dm CvtutKOiott* Camtvt m.uu&'tJ**. maf hlsf of> ferahtfc (t�iy �aire�it vrcbsnm*. , '         � N. B, f i�a huadi �4 foM* is v/aawd on a goadSwwitf lame Camay at MiddUfcs, as �|�r i.�a(� l>i>cA tar tb� mow ffafc* it Um) tmw Mmc, - .7Tr-k rftga Wm ifucr 3 in the Briihm d ��W4 chia Day. m 41 Minatm theAffirtfiOba. A Good Coacli and fix able Horfc* fiti ogg laaasry. tot Ciwltcr. where Ootm ce>fn (V . CMittr, *X' �tiil��>mrsUict._ .. ~' "        To     LETT, /�   Pattr - AV"* -a v<*y 6��^ Houfe, wuh four Kooms 00 FUiU( j4,ei, rcW f(o�f�4 si j s#i hu iU**o�asi a
                            

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 145+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

10 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication