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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 26, 1834, London, Middlesex MirariiWrt * k ID AY. AfrAit �6\ its* utm ^ '1 ffdguti April 30. H E Iaft Accounts we receiv'd from Dantzkk inform'd us, that the Dutch Merchants refiding in that City find-ing the Cannon Balis fly pretty thick abbot their Ears, and being, perhaps better acquainted with the Defence the. Place could make than with the Strength of the Befiegcrs, made Application to tbe Ruffian General for % Leave to come out, which the Count , panted, and prorois'd thrm all poffiblc Security for , SUreJand Effcfls ; but jull as they were about to dc-x* nut. the Magiftracy of Dantzkk fent to prohibit thtir re-�tirrac, aw* �"Wn'd lheir Stay under very feme Penalties.  wcj&>k upon'our Countrymen in nodefirable Situation, fre-  inff tfclitat *>�" War P""1'" 00 Dillinclion. The fame itiicra �U. that the General Count de Munich having been TjJ&na'dof the Steps the MagiflraKrhadtaken with relation I M ^1 vterchints, found means to convey them an Aflurance  that they might relt fatisficd, for that he would take fuch �tfcafurcs aj Ihould fccure both ftieir Pcrfons and Effcfls, in J t ^ Matters?camrto extremity, *r�d he was oblig'd to pof- I fck hirafclf of the City by aflault.' ^ ^ )V/>, Afrit $o. ' 'Tis now reported in good Earneft, that 1 Dantzkk is in Dancer } the Winds have been to adverfe to ,. our Tranfpom, and at the lame time lb favourable to the � Raffiap?, that we fear the SitCcours lent to King Sraniflaus VwlLii'rw ,0� *ue> or' Per*l*P*' ^ave tncu* landing dif--� pa�d. --U.'is. Prudent 10 fear the word} for which Reafon, ', �wc hear, our Minillcr at the Court of Berlin has cngag'd  lisfnulianMajcAy to grant King Staniflaus a fcfe Retreat ; Vimo hb Territories, in Cafe he Ihould be oblig'd to quit � Danitick, and to receive him with all the Honour due to  dw Fathtr-in-Low of the mod Chrillian King.* Dtal, April z^. The two Admirals, with his Majefty's $Mp>,.uill remain. Came down and remains, Patapfico, � tav'for Klaryland. Arriv'd, , Hamans, from Ma- w Wind South. LONDON. f Mtmbmeftbe late Parliament. ' % Members ttcbefin at the fame Place.  NtnoMtmbms. Members for the enfuing Parliament chofen on Tudday. Bufbtm, Sufex. ^CharleaEversfield, Efq; J Henry no, Efq; CoinmiiTary of the Stores at Gibraltar. hrt of Rummy. % David Papillon, Efq; * Stephen Bus, \j Members chofen on Wednefday, gtrifirJ^vm. * Sir Thomas Clarke. * Nathaniel fatty, Esqt ^ Ration in Sony. ^ William Newland, Efq; % Paul Docffiiwque* Efq; Members che(en Vefterday. Canbridgt County. % Henry-Bromley, Efq; Lord Ltetr- - taaatofthe^ X SamudkShcppard, Efq; Attn*,.Hants. X William Guid�v Efq;  John Pol-laa, of Andover, Efq; . , St. Edt/mJ/hiry. X The Hon. Thomas Harvev, Equerrv UMbeJiitig. % Col. Norton, Lieutenant GoveiuOx of ChcV .� ta-Hofpiol . B-jMtCafiU. X Robert MooreTETq; * Mr. Kinerflone. Wibfix. 1 Sir Fraw*8 Child, Knt. + The Hon. VVM-Hui.fulteoey, Efq; On Monday lall came on the Eleclion for Great Marlow |n .tie County of ttecks. The Poll flood thus, viz. ^ For X Sir Thomas Hoby, Bart. i6t X Edmund Waller, Efq; 97 t JohnCroffe, Eiq; 74 w^crcWOB Sir Thomas Hoby and Mr. Waller were decttr'd jJuiyEkatd. ti. B. Sit Thomas Hoby poll'd all but 5 Votes. On Wednefday lart came on the Election for the Borough .......of Siibcldiridge in the County of Southampton, when _ * Sir Humphry Molinoux, Bait, and -  John Mountagu, "Efq; JJKtre Ekfted without Oppofition. Ycutrday came on the Eleclion fbr^ the Borough of South-jruk. and upon clofmg the Books for the Evenings- TJLQL&l A S 1 N W E N, Efq; And. GEORGE HEATH COTE, EJqj Had the Majority, the Numbers Jfanding thus: For ^--J^:J�*r �*r, April 24 Day Oeve^ux Gage, Efq; arriv'd here, morder to u.ibaik for Calais, iu his way to Pans. _High Water at>dcn-Bridge this Day, at 57 Minutes ayr 4 >n the Morning, and 21 after 5 in the Afternoon. 1&^^H�y Bank Stock was \ 30 1 41b. India 156 t 4th. Zj^*"?" T^ing Stock 74 3 4ths. Annuities 99 1 h*\f, |^We Dividend. Ditto New Annuiiie* 100 a 1 8ib. Thne P�Cent: Annuity S9 1 4th. MiUion Bank 106 1 half. Af-r3J!**:_Ywk-BuiUiogs z. Royal Aflurance 90 1 4th. 2*SUW* 11 1 *th- New Bank Circulatipu 5I. 10s. rSt ^"^"Sc* BonJ* 113 r>fc,n- India ditto z+\ Prcrn. iETF* V*1' diuo 65 Vtcm- Englifh Copper if ijs. *m �W� il. ioj. Boaks font. Lottery Tickcu $1 a 6d. To the Worthy Livtijrmcu of the "City of Lomkm. GlKTLtMItt, ,--- AS I b*ve tbe btgbrjl Senfe cflbe kind InviU- * imfi axk/trfa!}} mad* mehjrny FeOrw Ctriztnt, tv&hb it my frft Induermrn! tttftrmf SmritttmtbitOtutjit*. foltmtitttf rttfmjmn AjftBkn ami Cmd-�li/, ami tbmfin UmUj imtrtmt the TmvurYjikr f'ttet and tmttrtfi, that I may it mttfy-r Rffrtfintrnt^uii 7* it* nJjJif farr,a�u9t i vMds*t\i fl>�U ejfhm it my bigltjl Htmur tttkai; � it JUH U the Send/ of ntf Lift t� tadea^vmr t� dtfer-vt. J mm, . Gentlemrn, April 18, y*tr mtft �*/�VW 1734- M-AthJitnt Servant, JOHN BARBER A'. B. Toefiky next being appointed for the Election, I hope Pcrfonal Application will be difpena'd with. �t*Jj*,~Z{)riJ ^J, 1734. To fhc Worthy Liverymen of the City of Lonuon. jfS tbe Eteffion of tbis City xvill be fo Joonas Tne/Jay next, it will tt imfcfpbU for me tt ttfftp tt ytm Ber/imaltti there tire brnmble heft, that my Affluatitn t*p� may met tt tbengbt tmfnfer at ttiija*ff*rer in tbe JiU&xing manner : Ga m^i.e hen, _________ . As I have had tbc.Honourof ferving this City in Parliament I Batter my (elf that it will not be thought a Prefutnption in me to offer myfelf as a Candidate at the enfuing Llecticm: My Condoll, I hope, hath been fuch as may entitle me to the Favour of your Vote and IntcreH, whkh will lay a biting Obligation eh, Gentlemen, Voir moft humble Servant. _ HUMPH. PARSONS. Londmt, jfprttzj, 1754. To the Worthy Liverymen of the City of London. 7*11 E EleBion for Reprefentat'tves to ferve this City in Parliament teinr ttffnnltdfir TnejUsy next tbt 30/6 lnftant, I beg tbe Favour tf yottr Vttt and Jmterefi, as wll at jour early Appear ana in GniUball tit my ttbalf, nvbieb 'vn'll gteatyobBge, Gentlemen, Tear aufl oblig'd, and Mafl faithful bumble Servant, __MICAJAH PERRY. To "the Worthy Liverymen of the City of London. TRavefeen VmAdvertiJements in tbe Daily Poft* * of Tuefday and Wednefday tbt 23 J and 241b hflant, nvbicb artgauraUt taiem t� tistjjief at me, tbo / have given m Ot-eafmnfwfalnfmnatkm tWHuindia them, bavhg ahaap voted agabijr tbefe Points, txbieb by tbe AdvertsJtmentt I tm J*ttw'a' to bttvt fatvtmr'd, and if my frtnttt Interejt and tbe pnblib Welfare bmve in oxylnjlomt been imvntv'd in tbe faniel&Jliait, I hope Gentlemen xmt net jndgt fa hardly at t� conclude toot my ferving tbt firfi was tbe only bloei-ue fir my endeawosering t� fro-mate tbe latter, fir / beg lewe to off use my fellow Citixens, ewr finee 1 have bad tbe Hanmr to reprtftnt tbtm im'Par-1 bavt oSed and loted aexardiq I* tbt beft *f my and in an indtfendant Manner, at b'eamt a Refre-)i-jativeofa.Free Puple, viitla Kmtere Rigord tn, and Zeal fir our haffy (tytitutien in Church and Statt, and tbt Rigbt/ and-Libertiet tf tbt &*bjttl in general, and *f tbit City in parti* cular. 1 am. Gentlemen, v ' Ttssr mcfl abiig*m\and Aha faithful hnnible StrvOnt, MICAJAH P E R RX. CSt.y To the Worthy iJvtrymea of the Gkm-tiimi*, T*HE EleOwn fbr Members h fertx in Pdtftt* A mtntjnr Ml Hmnmrabit City, bang /*Vjw> Tntflay arjrf tbt 3or* Infiani, t beg Umvtfrtmxv mj bmmblt Rtfmf fit ymr rtMandlntertf, mmkb/bmU h g^tfty mm** le*l'J* h Gentlemen^ lmr tmftblig%d >t>^WZf ^ ^ ^ Vorthy Liverymen ot* tht City of To the Worthy .iverymetl London. G�NTtt�JtR� ; pINDlNG that my former Aihirtiftmtnt bti. "*� . mtt ixitb a kind Acctptantt frtm many Umitmnf &ti*tl*t M take tbt liberty, ttitb great SnbmjjRen, In fet nttMf CanaUitttn refrtJUf tbh Ibmwmbje C ITY ^pjM>*f 1 I andtbt To the Worthy Liverymen of the Ciry ok London. Gf HTLEI4 t H, 0T*HE great'and generous Encouragement 1 bav$ rtettv'dfrtm many eminent Citizens, oc.cfkjts me to take the Liberty ef maiirsg yui this publick Offff ?f my Srrviit, to it vtt of your Refreftntmtpvesat tbt apftwtbixg ELditn tf Mttnheii to ferve this City in Pai Sament, At I bavt tbt.jbigbej_ Ji$g.*f,fbe_&tt?! U��ur ysu tenfer cn tbofi f p gnat tin tndw.'d suns hi this man; f better Accommodation offiub ftrftnt \ tw_f. ;