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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 17, 1834, London, Middlesex The Daily Numb, M 6 N 0 A ft- Kj � r ii a it * J7, 1734. � 3- vv'n'' N> N- Wl NoShip ill the Downs. The Ships for Tnrky arc not come down, but axe expeQcd ^ LONDON. On ^Murday arriv'd a Mail from Holland, abd Yefttrday a* from France. - tSu'd, declaring iiim an Enemy to.the Refablick unlets he join'd, the Confederacy in three Week*) fo that'twas believ'd fc would go over to the other Petty, which, however, would dp no Iajury to King StanitbuVa Affairs. As no InJlance of the Palatin of Lublin's Intention to keep his Ground, they mention a Stratagem he lately play'd off with mtSocceCs by drefling a huge Detachment of his Poles in 3k Saxon Habit, and fending them after a Party of Ruffians, who taking them tor Friends, Jet them advance quiteupto then > but no (boner were the Poles got within a corircrnem Kftiflce, than they made a general Difcharge, full in the Ficcs of the Muscovites," and put mofl of them to Death. Notwithstanding the Afluranccs given by the Grand Signior tomaintain the Peace inviolably with Chrhlcndom, both the , Enpttor and the Czarina begin to take Umbrage at the great Prrptnitioas for War making on their Frontiers, and at tome -Iocurijons, which they think could not have been made but by lii Order. The Poles are got together near SSefia, and threaten every Moment an Invafion or that Dotchy. letters from Vienna mention, that his Imperial Majesty kid fern the King of Great Britain's Speech to bis Parliament, bn did not fvcxn a,uite fo well pleafed with it, as if it bad made a more deciuve peclaration in his Favour. * Fb certain, lie Inroerrll > Portugal i and we bcaj that Li>Li>rdih.^ *�4 warily make a Tcui to* England. On Wedifcflay Night lafl three FeDows IcnOck*d at the Door of  Gentleman's Cbasabtr in Lincoln's Inn, all m-rk'd; the Gentknun coming to die Door nimfelf, they all rufle'd in upon him, bat finding that he had Company tbeyv immediately made off. and one of them dropt his M�0c t thry were clofely purfdrd, but taking throogh Ck-c-lHuket, found Means to get away.  On Saturday Night laft Mr. F^Qeyn,  Confbbfft near TothDlFieldc Weflminfler, feized two Bootes full of wearing and HoufhoUl Linnm, and other HonOmld Goods; and another Perion has in his Cuilody two Silrcr Watches; �S which Goods are (uppbs'd to have been fioln by tlte Perion*, or tome of them, who�committed the late isanrioos BingUiiea about London, by a Mark opoo a Sa^ takes among tJ� above Goods 1 it teems to belong to Mr. Skinner, one of the Pattens fSarobb'd. The Conlmiflarks of Us Grace the Lord Archbimop of Canterbury, Prefident, "and the other Bifbops and Clergy of the Provinces allesnbled in Convocation^ haviog urunimoufly agreed upon an Address to hb \f�jefty. 'were mtrddoe'd on Friday laft bjr his Grace the Duke of Gratton, Lord Chamberlain of his \f asefly's Houftold, and presented it ID his Majefty. and Were very gracsoolly recaiv'd. . To tbeKiBg>moft Eicdkot Majefly. - The humble Address ot tbeC^rsunanesol the Ardbbtlhop, " Prefident of the Convocation of the Province of Canter-" bury, and of the other B8hops and Clergy of the tame *' Province; a&mbkd in Cc�rrocatic�i. ** RUfi Grariau S*tnrtfgn, * Thb Evening will be perform'd, v At the Fatncii Thkatiik in the HAr*ma*aat� Le Prince TRAVESTY, Ac. At the Tm ft a t a a Rotal ih Da vir-L��i; The FATAL MARRIAGE. ' At the TiitATm Royal in Covmt-Gakdsn, ABRAMULB, with Piasrvs. and Andkossida. At the New Tm t at* a in GooosSAnVFlkloi, The PROVOK'D HUSBAND, with Ju*iTtfc and lo, intermiit'd with Pitt tr *� Pl*t or Hafjmg bttttr tUm Mit?, BANKRUPT S. Richard Cutwtight, of Wotmhathpton in the County of Stafford, Mercer. John waiiams, late of Kiddbentiinfter id the County of Wor� cefter. Batcher. -John Varky, law of Batrioldfwiok in the County of Yorb^ VTooI-ooaber. ~ John Spicer. late of the Town ind County ot Poole, Apotbrf caryatid Grocer. . '. > .. ... . � High Water � liondon-Bridfnr this Day, as 14 Minutti after 5 in the Morning, and 37 after c in the Altemoon. , WEyoorMajrity'sincAdnxifidaisd loyal S�bje^ the BUhops and Clergy of the Pa�viace of Cameil aficmbled in Contocationt beg Leave to express the Jott Seme we have of yoor'Majefly"s confiatt Favour add Good-ne6 to us j we arJtnowkiMe, m the mot Utaakful stsanner, the many gradooa and publkk Afiormnces which %e have recerv'd lance yoor Acceffion to the Throne,- of yoor firm Reialationtoistaintain^theCrwrdt of EnglaB^as by Law " oftablinVd, and to norect the BHbops aadOergy in a foil Enjoyrnm of thewRdigiow and Civd Rights. Graiitu^ � therefbre, a* wellasDoiy, lays the firsAefiObligation upon '* us, and upon the whole Body of the Clergy, to employ onr *' utmoft Endearours, in onr several Stadona, m tender your " Majefry's Goveinincnt cafy and cwapctoas, aed charfully ** to concur in all Mcafines which tend to the Support of your " Royal Authority, and to the pespatnal Eflablilbasesstof your " Family on the Throne of rJkeir Kiaedoaas i the only fare " Foundation of Safer/ cad Haffiatlrto as and our Potle-" rity. - -*�^Tne iA Cuisuuu jaatiawn, *aot only tor car holy Reli-" gion, but alio for yoor Majefly and yoat Coves ninent, " oblige us to take tUs Oppostsmity of raptcSng onr earaeft " Wilhes tod Dcfirca, that all legal Methods may hie tded for ** difcounsenjodng- and fupptcfSog that anafiul Lscenuonfneis " in Principle smd PnctJce, wakfr prevads amoag as ; not " caly to the Difanioar of theChriSianNanse, and the Ruin " of Merngools, hot to the selac*uy aatof rhek Minds thofe '* ImpygiaBs of Rctmbo, whk&rendate above all things to " fecjitc Rcipeftand Reverence to AoUsoriry, and Peace and Ur>I^anC^Goreittmeac .Indus |�^ �*-Workv dw SMioni and Oamr. m the Mtniaenof lews " Chfift, tall as Sob^ 03 amSaaed Majefly, are obliged " by �0 tieTWaTIldkM to bbourend amft; " Hvljfch >� mi Majcily's mod Hooounbk Privy Council, mod uak theu- Places at the Board aacordiagly. Saturday Bank Stock Was 139 3 4ths: India tie 1 half* a 6. �buth$ea TradinnStock 8� 14th, a �a. OM Annul-* ties 106 3 Sths. Ditto New Aanaitte* tdj. Three per Cent; Annuity 93 3 4ths. Million Bank 108. African so. York. Buildings 4. Royal Aflurance 95 1 half. Laafloa Afflu. _ . ranee ia 1 4th. New Bank Circulation 61. Prem.v South- S*m5,bor?4 Sea Bonds |L t6s. a 17s. Prem. India ditto 4t ju a 81. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto at. 8s. Prtai. Rnglifh Cop^ pa si. Wclflf ditto Books (hut. Salt Tallies t 7 Bths per vent. Prem. . . ^ . . . . Cuttom-Houfei London, 15 Feb. 1734; To be SOLD, By' Order tif the Honourable Commiflionera of his Majefty's Cuftoms, ON Tuefday next, ibe iStb Mart, *t 0*i, SCtxi, tmll tt txttfjto Salt, *t tkt IFtitfjOtrfi Ltoty* St abb in StttbimgloM, mtmr Ttnvtrjfrttt, Srt/tm Htr/h lir -........ r&au) Jtvtral Parcils rarf chit Oaf, Whjt�*� ChuwiJate-bouts if U. JantciVftrcei. a loffisirnr Guard is apoeiored #1mia aed wtibooi (be Hoofs, to pre* ��jt all D:(or4m v4 Udcceaciai, aas 10 otuifi jcrlbst guilty Jt thtaa, iaas�diar�ly so qjii ibs Haw. ;* lirki Ordnrs �>" Jtl**v ixx ta dfiirer any Bottles and Oi them $Mk-f*oirds *od ta -hot 1 Tbe Doors to to ops�'d early. Nine o'C! TheCoacbc* are