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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 7, 1834, London, Middlesex The flalty Advertifeft TOE S DA Y, J a sua It V 034. , Itfbon, December lit " 1 IS Majcfty hi? appointed a Com million of General Officers and Counfcllors of Star*, 10 cor.hdcr of a lVjctt tbrraifing 100CO Mitirta, and forming them into Regiments. They are to be doath'd, arm'd, accouter'd and cxercts'd in the lameTmanhsr as the regular Troops. Madrid, Die. 22. 'Tis aflur'J that the Difpofuions are made for a new Levy ol 10006 Men, in order to ha�e  faficitnt Forte in the Kingdom witnoat recalling the Troops from Italy, in cafe or any Emergence. ftamhrzb, Jan. 4. Our Deputies will fet oat in a few D�*� for Copenhagen, and we promife ourfetves that they tnii faceted in their Negotiations, becaufc feveral Powers have interpoi'd their good Offices to tftrcl an Accommodation. The States of Sw�J. n having fomc extraordinary Affairs before them, (yotiiior fitting- t)tef, J?*-* 5*) Tne In^mt Philip, Capt., Robinfon, for Ctofc � (ai^ ioT lne R"*' to refit- The other outward-bsuid Ship remain in the Downs as per my lalt. Wind W. S.W. ,  ' L O N D O N. Ycfterday his Grace the Duke of Dorfet carried the Swotd of State befflte the King to Chapel; and after Divine Service, it hfajeiiy and the Prince of Wales made their Offerings at the Altar of three PorfeS, containing Gold, Frankinlence and Ufrrh, a Ctrcmosy which has been obferv'd Time immemorial by the Kings and Princes of England, in Commemoration of ifc tike-P-ttfents made by the Magfto Our Saviour on his Mioifcflatwn to the Gentiles, the twelfth Day after bis Na-oviry. The Knights of the Garter,, Tljiftle, and Bath, were ia the Collars of their refpe&ive Orders. In the Evening there was a Ball for the Nobility in the Anti-Chamber j and their Mijeflies, together with bis Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales and .several: Perfcnt citQuality and Diftiotlkm, play'd jtHiaard inthe Drawing-Room. A curious Marble Statue of her prefent Majefly is near finiuVd by Mr. Chairs of Wdtminfter. to be fet up in the new, fiulld-tag of Queen's College at Oxford, of which the Quecn-tJaafcitt ot" England are, by the Charter of Edward III. fuc-HaJl. Tis new lalk'd, that the DifTenters will drop the Affair of applying to Parliament for a Repeal of the Tefl-Acl, many of �Ifcc tnott confiderablc among them thinking the prefent not a proper Time j that while there is a War Abroad there may be po Fetnuni at Hojasj and that the Adminiitration of publick . Afkirs, and the Negotiations for a Pacification, may not be '�o$unuVd. TbeJUr^Mr. Wilifen, and Mr. Mac Iruofh, two of the ^ororniflioncis fiom the jChurch of Scotland to the King and Parliament, are on the Road hither, to rolliui the Repeal ot t*e Patronage Aci. ', They write from Briflol. that all the Ships lately arriv'd tkfie have met with exccfSve bad Weather; that Wrecks, have Wn fecn in their Channel i and 'tis generally fcar'd we fhall .jktxoi uiucii Damage. fr blew a jmere Hurricane there on Saturday fc'nnight at Night and Sunday; the Briflol Hope, Capt. Tough, from fuhdelnjiia, was forced from her Mooring-Poll, which Ihe ...drew cur of tiie Ground, and ovctfet on ttic other fide of the , R�er. wit,h all her lading, chiefly Tobacco and Vipe-llaves; file fnce righu-d and brought up to the Key, but mult of the j, Cargo ipDik At the tame time another Yeff.I, lately from Philadelphia, bcacd for Faliu.-.utii ty uke iu a Lading of Pilchatdi lor the 'Strrigft^, aI;j draie (rum her Mooiing Poll and funk. The J'ciiU/v, Capt Maclcnutt, tmm Caiolina, had her Ba�t� iiiv'd i,a Iut i;-. bu'. bclcisi;-. lie Utro Ma^daWia, Uidutlc and had cvcik-t, -fnaflj, Bowlpru, * C.cptnf-a^en, an^. cb! >*sSiiin, havu-j; loft all her Tcp 1TU aJ4;.c:i i.i; i;:c S-i!s I he Mailer and all luo Men wtre . it twin 1?, except the ih:f f,:.-.:-, Carpenter, and two Men I*bfM� ns*t-r. fo�i urge I**** Ffevn-pott %ery g%�, mt *t**ta+ C�� Eflesttrrei ia M Smoi.  Mint Qun T.nkart wkaoat aLM, tt-y k. aai ;oc Djitjijh�w tt� jmb* Kewsra LOST oii Sunday the 29th of tXxefpbet b!\ be-��en ftfm ** Ss�w fa> W�rr bssKeut. WfMtnry�bf bcaiaA Wnotwr baa tm* tan, mni wUI kirn m ttw slop tavcta u Cbara�at tonf biact Hair, a troop � hn fste,  F*er, for* Cmp�iiM, ef Tra4e a Oaata^ ana. aad wtxt-cf b tut Kefiawstal Ctoatbs. rvfcrttj alC> at the fawe time. a�4 ftoth the (ai4 CMBpaan J Kc0sH..34TcM��f at*. i�e r�w� c^ibt laches any a Iwf bi�h.1 an attorsey. bam fe !�octii*hnafjire. � etf ht�4a mm | Loot^ h�P|rr�wauyacJfjns�ia�ri i tbm'd. aad went of iahisl (sosesuICotrH, . " ' . �' . wfneecr take* aaf C�sm eilhex of t!� uii rtftmrfs in aoy OoaU aaa fea^Woia t� Feotf fuppke. Elb> m WtthA ot ic ibt Qm�> ant�tf OScrr of tb� pit KefMktw at iaWsbaff. shstt rcccira two Game*, Reward oter aai afcata abas is alVWt'd by act of fatliiawM fxaporthcajas of Oeitneet. ----- , ' . ffetny Topple. A Good Coach and fix able Horfts fits obc ^* sea the ate- laa ia AUtttsuabary, � uoa4*y >h� t|dl l3B�-5t. f m CfaeJser. �bm GtaOtmm �>4 raficngm easy beacawa* m*m*4 with KjasioSc-pcn, Wltu4faarcB, CbcRrraairiaatsi at e�ifowh�c Umtt*. ~: . '** . Never prform'd before. By His MAJESf r*s Command. AT the Theatre RoyaTTn Cavent-Gardcn, Tomorrow, beii^tbc 8ih of January, will be pcttbtm'd a uw Opera, �sll'd A R I � O' D a N T E. pit tori Boies to be pot together, led no P�t>^i ro te i4n�iirj w iihooc Ticken, wbitii will be dcIi'ce'J that Dar, �* Oti*� in Curcrrt Garden Tficiire, at tulf a Guinea each. Cult Cafkry Uupet GsUery 6i. By Hit M A JUTT'i CmmanJ, No Prrfoos wtiaterer u be adraiued behtid i\jc Soscs.- By tie Company of French Comedians, AT the New Theatre in the Hay-Market, Tomorro*. bciog the 8tb of Jiooary, �U bo ptcJoBCS a Code Pierre \ meJy u Utea�l>, caU'd Le Eeflin Henry clarke continueth to teach C>otlea�t�tl�CiCeka^Utial^aateahnss�^ water, cjear, �i> aad cipcim.-w ��e,|>^ Virhooe oesiMca�ar�tia� h*fbe.bil cth faxo � way of mskaag ibasV�e�dMRa Ptotwc to ibetau theyI ts�st� thmtelmoaly o�e Hoar a Oay for ibctr owa pnrarff baa wis be take* profw Caw of, �^ U will wait oaOtaaaaM �t>e� a�j where they (h�tt pteafe Pmaalt toapttnaaa. ' .-"-, r a CTSr b iVFk r� - Glaziir, At tbe Sajb in WlnjUld-Strett, near Celt's Brew-Houfe in Wbilecbapel, Buyeth and jelleth all Sorts of fecdnd. haaJ sad�* aa4 Saft Uaon. arWaQ amtoToM Uttmmh SitVa,av�i luh � j^'ticr-v�nc b/ Harlequin i raurlilc. Mr*. Cochuy ; the Sh^.bocct,, Ut*. Mlun ; the Htirfe tod Hetdc^iuoai, Mr. ual � aai Alt.. Master. To whMb be asdce Notice, chst tLcy iixcA jo mike \ Dividend uf huElaie, a* Ut 11 hail, yet c me 10 't*>r &, MoidiY 'he 3oih tultaat, ac the Hmk ut tut. H xabcttt Prtcl ut Piiocn-llreec, Luihtu- y : Such Crediton ihctct 1 at n,� ?. tc fueJ �iiri.�.t lartcj >-rnc This is to give Notice, TH AT the Truftees appointed for repairing �he Hold llrom Sc.Gi:e�'� Pouo.1 loKiiU-tr b:i^r. ftc. ate :^ mm at ihi Woor.t Ci ff-c-houlc ia Gftsfn�oot tntes. C^.rlli. � 1 aV,)._____ LOST on Sunday Night, the 2zd ot December l�l>,jit ihe >p taiaje ncw-buiit '^fc, wiiha>targe Piece Gr*an4, al'dia, b�txgt?g aad U.eauW fis'd : !:� likewifa fit tat % EiCwe*. a MsU UitiiUcr. or ay orbcr Hafiocti requiring Huomr Atb aP�*�e � f �. �+*i rarm-y. ��t> a targe itt Watehj�(r, fit rW Craveal Soeriof fedtchu Tluec t� a �^ra to Lett it. I^uiraat |hjel�i4 llaoieasdkaa* farther._-  � Xt j__\ ANY l*crfon that's turn'd of 50 Years of age. aaay ba�c aa Aacxutr of tool, per ajwaas, payabk Oct or �> gr�� fe'iaie u tlx bcu rati uf IrcUai. u 11 Year* Parcbaie. Ao a4�v�f � u waxrd "i* abjut 1 jo I. per Aauuoa, fiiaaM ia a y'^JiBt Cowxc �. aa4 cot ab -t 40 uika trurai Lor^ u. I  j uc* haii Br^ iha Inilc Gar .oca, ccar tbe fcrfttiili ia *ttkmt�4 aa Sorry. a 1 ttflja that >� inr^'d of b**e g�4 Settlesy for aay Ao*- uahy. i>epaid i. ta 4301 per Aa�aai u waited, ia a a ga&i $;t_:n� it watcd tatlkrfaid Ott-Jf (tr Sos�L foooat.eC a finr M 100!. to tfsa!. per Asa. after Que Life, i� bow \t-f moiii w�-ic-, �.y �bere u MiJ�Mci, ol .... . 1 r�JfrK^:jaixg crol g �� a r�c via-jec Iti-cB I�e*� to TW. aadl i�i�o J aiaeataa. bus itrwa wiih Ata^ has Yelaaiaa^a. ;