London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 2, 1834, London, Middlesex
---_ -------*TP^I^ " *** * " ** */>* .�4 i � ***** V oouoi, Scbajfboujea, December 29. H E Imperial MiniOar^Cowit Wok-kenflein, having nude a Comptaiat to the Lagan Grrtbn?, on Aocpnnt of thf Lev-e* carrying 00 by ForeignPowers in Swiflcfhnd, his Excellency has received for Anfwer, " That the Cuflom *' of railing Mm in that Country being " extremely amient, and there baring � been im new EngagrmeiK that Ihould �* hinder it, they apprehended itwas ; w atreeabl* 10 their Neotralitf, to permit any Foreign Prince f winTsnlift what Men he pWd." The Potentates who are at m&* bnfy raifing Men m the Leagues Grifons, are, the Kings f'Srfttnoe and Sardinia, and Don Carlos, the lad of whom 'Sft ��* ,he P1*1"** Socoeft, on Account of the huge Re-f^j^d, whicli1 the Officers give the Men to inlift iaro tht Service lif Ait Prince ' . - Gcmm, />�. 2;. Oar Generals have itceiv'd Advice, ^g^tFrenchTroops which had been fo long Weather-botmJ, .jawathftarriv'd at Final, in their way to the Amy. A Qantr has brought Advice from Versailles, that the King has gjHrVI to fend hither a new nttachrocm x>f 14006 Men, : ptich will augment the Army to 70000. J '~ lkpipDtc. 16. We are printing here the Firft Volume aftoeffscment to Mr. Bayle's Dttsonary; 'tis the Traaflation K afptrt of a Work now carrying on in London, entitled a ' ftatral Pjaionary, HiilorkaJ and CriticaL As the Author* " "�je making alt the Rctearchcs pdflible after the eminent Wri-l jy� of their own Country, their Performance mutt neceitrrily eidta the Coriofity of all Europe, fince 00 Nation has given > |iadi to a greater Number of learned Men than England, of i �k�t Lfres in general we ncvertbekts have hitherto bad but a I !0yi�peHea.Accoinit. L O N DO N. St ODE/�r the New Yea*. CHORUS, APPY Britain! raifc thy Voice, Lift thy thankful Heart to Heaven t _, to Nations round, thy Choke, . Joys from Giotce'i Scepter ehrrn, Gn 0rm c e',~huPeoples Pride and PrayX Pouri the Hidings of his Rogn, ConSant as the circling Year, Ending only to begin. RECITATIVE. . 0 may bis caning Senate's Voice x Dtfcrve the Dignity of Choice! When Power or Liberty are weigh'd, - May Wifitom bold the Ballance even � " May neither Native Rights Invade, \- _Z Or, heated, to Extreanu be driven: . fofatdefs Faclion Jhajl her VieWa give o'er, ''KprtHvy Loyalty the Toil of PowV. A I R.-Whfle wafting Wars o'er Europe fweep, -Fair Albion's Fields dread no Alarm, - - : J)H[erc Peace and Plenty Ann in Ann, Secure, like ChiM and Parent, fleep. f hut (hall our failing Land, at Reft, - See Difcontent compelFd t* enjoy ; The Halcyon Days the would deftroy, y. And Gtotct'i gentle Sway conlc&'d. r "ft EC I TA T.I V E. V If, Britoos, fltU yoor Hopes are higher, up.* ' Attend, and gratify Dcfirc; Mfcfr WUe from* the Throne we hear the graewtts Voice, W3& ttm oar Wifljrs, and inHrua our Choke, AIR, Upon his Peoples firm Affeftiea, Depend* the Glory of hi* Crown; ^ And while their Rights receive Protection, More nrongly guarded are bis own. - -*The Streams ot IWr and blcft Allegiance, ~ Thus (weedy flow from mutual Trull: --- fecuie the Subject, in Obedience, Glorious the Prince, when greatly Juft. RECITATIVE. Henceforth let no Diftin&ion.then, -sUproach or Merit give to Men ; tlnlejs of fuch as would subvert. T Our Church and State, or both fopport. AIR. But if 'tis a Glory to be, A Nation, Rich, Hardy and Free; � Averie, onprovok'd, to annoy ; Yet wroug'd, --- to give Battle with Joy � "-, Of all Nature's BkiBogs pofleis'd : Yet,'tisotu-chief-Glory confe6*d. That Britons this Happine& know, . And Gfioaca, only Geo not canbeftow. C HO RUS. Happy Britain! raifethy Voice, . LAtny thankful Heart to Heaven , Sound, to Nations found, thy Choice, Joysfiosn CeoiGi'i Scrp:ergiven. Clotci, bis Peoples Pride and Pray 7 Pours the BktCngs of his Rcigo, Cbnilact as the circlicg Vrar, fiatiing only to begin, lay the Rigiu Hoa.thc Earts of Buchin, Strathmore, -�, Haudingron, Sutherland, W'eaij C, and other of the Paw, arriv'd here from Scotland. Suaday lall-died at Wiokield in Wiodfor-Forrcd. Edwatds. Eiij; (cxmcrly Bar-Iroamon^cr of Cooi-t, but for about 30 Years raft has chkily itiidcd 10 that the Country, and been a gcod Ikcc/actor to ike Ncigh-*1 there. nil, ExtrmS tftbt Dtm/ Ltlttr, Dtttmhr 31. " The Neptune, Cape. Parks, ttencmn'd Yefterday, drove " on the Goodwin Saada, and is ewiiely loft. The Lilly, " Capt. Lang, of London, ran foul on several Ships j and this " Morning ran on board thcConftancy, Cipt Green, where " Ae loft all her Malls; the Men quitted the B.igantioe, " which I hear it fince tank, bat cannot confirm that part. " The Cbnftancy, GifOs, receiv'd great Dam age, by her Side " being Oav'd in. The latent Phih> havn^ Ent her Head, " Fomnaft and Bowsprit, is going to sbme Harboor to refit. " The Volant. Smyter, loft her Head and receiv'd other Da-" mage, and b gone to Dover-Pier 10 refit. Many other Ships " receiv'd Damage in their Anchors, Cables, &c but I hear " of no other loth The mne Eaft-India Ships, the Tyger, " Petre, forTurky, rJhofeibr Jamaica, and all the great Ships, " r-.-ei�'d on Damage. Wbd Weft." Yefterday a very unions Marble Statne of King William III. was let up in the Great HaQ of the Bank, on which Occafioo the under Servants hVd three Volleys with Small-Arms jaft as itwaahVd upon itaPedeftal. ThefoliowingbaTranllatJoo of the Latin Inftription nnder it: For Rftoring Efficacy to the taw*. Authority to the Courts of JuAice, Digeoty to the Parbament, To all hk Sobjecla their Religion and Ijbertiet, And For (xieauming thefis to Poflerity By the Succefiioo of thellhdbioos House of Harmover To the Britith Throne: To the beft of Prmcea, WILLIAM III, Founder of the Bank, Tb� Cccporation, from a Sense of Gratitude, Has creeled this Statue, And dedicarrd it to his Memory, In the Year of oar Lord MDCCXXXIV. And the Firft Year of this BoOding. ~ We have an Account from Combctlaad, that about fix Weeks ago, a parcxLof Figs (aboata Pound) cane wkha Let-\ ter to Mr.Crowle, Ofiocr of the Cuftoma at Whitehaven, �rhkh being figned mthe Name of a Person unknown to him, hefufrxcJed some ffl Defign, and got several Apothecarka to examine the Figs who upon opBsjag thesn. found a piece of Ornom about the bigness of Pea in each Frg, there being e-nough in the whole to kill 6 or 7 Men. A Perion has made *Oathbrfcrea Magiftrate, that he verily believes the Letter to be the Hand-writbg of George Harrison of Bridekirk in the said County, tor that he taught aim Arithmetkk, and is ac-quainted with his Writing: and the Perion to whom be deli-ver'd them, in order to lie left at the Poft-Home in Corker* mouth, has upon Oath described the Peribn (rom whom he received them, which agrees with the Peribn of the did George Harrifoo. Mr.Crowle theremre endeavoured to get him ap-.prehended, but found he waa Bed, and has prpmb'd to give five Guineas tothosewhotccure hun. He is a tall thin Man, about az Year* ok), with 6>ulr.-browft Jank Hair, and pitted ImhtheSmaBPoz.- EJhdmrgb, Dee. 26. This thy was interr'd in a very hand* 'feme manner, Mr. Laurence Pandas, late Profeflbr of Humanity in this Univerfity, in which Station he .acquitted btmfelf with great Appfaafe lor thefe 46 Years paft, and wa> jullly c-ftcem'd one of the greateft Humanina this Age hat produe'd. He was Son to Capt. Laurence Dundaa, Coulin-gennan to Sir John Dundas of Fingask, who was Grahdfauher to Thomas Dundasof Fingask, Merchant in Edinburgh, to whom he has left the Bulk of his Ellate. a� ha lawful Heir. To the Author of the Daily Advertiser. SIR. HAVING been afflifted with a Cancer in my Bread about fix Years, and applied to several People for Relief without Succefi, at laft bearing of and feeing fcveral People > that labour'd under the like AiUBent, who had found Relief by caking the Remedies of J&mz Ward, E(q: I addrefi'd myfelf to him, and am, fince my taking his Remedies, much eaucr, having no reason to doubt of i perteA Cure. I was very much uupriz*d, when Mr. WtUittm Waxi (hew'd me Dr. TuhitTs Bid, (Page ao) in which was a Cafe of a Gentleman'* Wile who died with a Cancer, wherein the DoClo? ' hath not named the panirnkt Perum, hot by fcveral Circum-ftances I imagin'd that he poiatad at me: therefore I gave Mr. Ward leave to use my Name, to dear up a Charge, publifh'd, as I apprehended was done, with no other View than to injure aa Gendemau, who is willing to do good to any Peribn that wtfl apply to him foe AiTiftanre, -- Kat South-Sea Bonds 3I. 1 js. Prem. India ditto 4I. a is. Prcm. AXE R S E S. trtviher. and v Petibaa w m)__ '" ec eaiher'j jNt d�f, �t the Gatocstlcltr Gtlteiy %K tsTY'i C�wsmW, 4 J Emittedhthieithefmaea, s--f, "ixiCUei. that Ut ifit frmm*$Jto&' larirMrOalvry. AT\he KING's THEATRE in tht.^. Hat kfatjctr, 00 s�Ht4sy nm, tba 4th of Jaaaact* *� hsk,^ } A R T a Y p n t>y any 3�KrC�s at half a down each; to a*DdrfoV��}i a sheet of Paparwita the Gust -and the Wiocet to a�� half a Ouicea to the faoad nsftthat. K. R. the rkce tesy ha tkw'd at the f*ht Heufc till the Day of Shootitig. : �� ...... �;- -_. ;T-. ' ' � : 1A/HEREAS on Friday laft an anonymous "� letter cans* by the Paswy.poO to the CNeabsn ot loba Lawfao. hfa to the Temple, a* eirefled, vbra he tu que of Town, ppaianag put* at* 1 raw to infutm him of the Xobbtr vof hi* (aid Chamber* i as ao Eounvaaeoaaot to* tbaOifcettrr. Mr. taeflwiotbi nm tb*Taid rctCcs if one of tha Mtostefta**, 4 ta*aiaa>t�rdo�� as OKBtioay la th* Game I ev it �ny other Prrfcn, nM canceta'd sa th� laid Anbbrry, that l� (hall rettiratmCoiricasonr and �hot* the aavard *fti'd in thataid dam to; an| Jar. L*�foa, tm any Nutise,^ wilt maeetbe P�rtr at Me. IhwiUi �otb tmtbet of�r RmMaf tea Gutacas to $ef oat that flhtl 4tftottr rhePctraa�boati*a�pt�ii,stf a ley, to now ibeJLoja Mbit Ooot.ea STOLN out of the Cabbin oi the George �tiitanitoc, Fe�*i� Moan MaSer, lyiof at Mill-Stain, *Wi waa mi the Miw�un(|pt iti afuxabla *.�ardfce aay ot the botetatdThirf�.__A.. .....,---.--,- ., STOLN laft MomJay Morning, out of the cruiiodsof Bd*ard Scsaicb, otiteBtJakTojiit to the^farift of Sir. p. �^Tbroi�Uy M�*. *�b � atall stafiahts 9�*mi. a hula ^i?N^*b^ M.iTwd rad, a>daho� i> H.paaW|b. Who-^Kb^^Niai* Idt.artSrtuth.of gileefMita^bttaB** �, WKiTSrjM*i�� ra#ol�ar*-t�Coo�eto�ffc, thalVia-"iwbatf auU>ea|te*afd. ____ 'TOLN out of the Lather of tie 7i?J* rown aacictCn* or Acwmpljei* may be brmgfat w ftalfh�i*2 Cttiaea toward of. WHEREAS a Piece of white Wool/en Cloth * w wasdropt out of C�rt aoiog trooi �- ' Btt^fc i -.hoever ba.b found .�|*V�S bS^^g|2 OrWej.attbeSaraittVHeadlno o� anow-bil). �� eo^ s**i-7 Pachof. w aro*d(W�, Wall. W*. HiwtA^ii^^sSSSi Cbar�*>: Or *tK*�er caa fire a�r iMelliftaw of the/o7^ I * W*o��>f O �g, with Utci coiw Ear, md gpou o* the m*L� brwr*ir toth.0�aod*UVioD^iUy^awayKffii TwoGnieca* Bf*�rd. �t� f O ST on Sunday the 22d of December laft, JL/ � of K*eHnjltMi?, a Uo*o aud white fpottcd OuM. una* BifimudeutkdT.il. and b,dateiherCollar ��ih a �f�fcH*uT2 whiJi �*j votw'd the Oww't Nunc Whocm �>ljJ�Wet^ii!2 Dot e� Mr. Pocklu^t^ j�C fc-tsMb Spancl oftU ciio� and wbttvptie^to*; hit R * Uiely through, sad anTweutp cbaNacMo� a^rcr. Wtocr., btui to tt>* abate flax, th ill bare half � Ooioca *�wh4 * ' dtkertij'itncnti in this Paper of � moderate Length are taken in of Two Shiflings each.