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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 14, 1834, London, Middlesex The Daily * Advertifer. FRIDAY, June .4. 1734. 4- IU June E N ulk here iu very extraordinary Terms of a 1'lot that is uid to have been lately ilifcoxct'J, wficiein the grcaU'lt part of the Nobility of this iJairfty hail a hand, and which \vj Ccnccurfc of People in that Town that ever was j-Jsthrrt. eccafWd by a Report fprci 1 about the Coun-J^lf tjsRoyal Highncli the Duke's being in the Downs, ^tbrwifto have the Dcfcripiion of a bcs-Ti^ht. 'I*he feeAfeiwls Ships made a very fine Show, having their jjfc23 difplaj'd almoll dawn'to the Watc: lidc j at One tuxk all the Ships in the Downs fit'J eleven Gum rach. laoi are Lcttcrv inToiVn from the Rhine which confirm tttxE bbug'Mti cf the French Troops bv the late Stratagem f�Gcwnfer of Fhilipfourg: That Officer, it feems, c!c-lgrflstCi5nwi ic'fuch a wanner that they fhet beyond the Ta*de,which the French foorhjgercciving, ran up their Ad-qx� � the very fortification ot the Place, arid not finding askhts inteiruptcd, were preparing* for ,a general AHauhs-ctecaafiuklen the befteg'd open'd their Sluices, and pour'd aTcnent of Water that tliey were furrounded in an J^bcypod a PolTibility of retreating, and began to fwim ; ta&Gmuan pl>'d then, fo thick, with Volleys of Partridge-fft �ihy general. Difch.itges of the Mufijuetry upon them, jt.tcfkw. if '^k! tie 1'iity efcap'd, 9t Vt well inlonn'd,^lhat a certain Pctfon of Diftinflion ^ETKxra'd fiom Peterfburg being aik'd his real 'Sentiments a'4* Cc-j.t, reply'd in few Wb^s, that " Whatever was *Kt8*ry to foim the idea of a great Potentate, was to be m(ud ra the Court ol the kmprcis of "Rujiia ; and tliat her ^inpeu! Majefty'j Example had mctlcatcd hi true a Polite-*Bts, tfctt be did net think the Ruffian Nobility inJctiot to 'ikftoipreieoding ot" the other b.uiop.-an Nations."' Wtkarnhx-m Briitol, that they are in wry great Kxpeftr-ftnstb* Wells thcie of having the molt Company tins Sra-ustWy hire ietn for fome Years pall, a great many Perkins JQjilky and DilUuelian being already arnv'J, amor�;ll imatethe Dukcafid Datchels uf Bruulor:, the Loid No; for that City tsilibeny. Wc hear he his bequeath'd a Lig.icy of 401. ft Aiascm to the Poor of St. Margaret's W'ellmiottcr. OsTud^ay died at his Floufe iu Size-lane, Charles Boehm, $)$ aemiaeffl RutEa-aud ^axnbufgh" Mcrclunt, and one of as-Dstclats of the Bank of Fnghuid. Ydbthy the Rig.it Hui. the Lord Craven, accompany'd ^^iiwflMf^-tww Drothers.-the-Hon.- Wjltam craven and FiiBtrCnven, Efqrs. fee out-for-Scitrborou-'h, to dunk tiie W*imrfthM Place. -taUcodiy lafi hk G^race the Lo�d Archbilhop of-York feii'd to preftnrthe Rev. Mi. Sindt to the Living of 1-Bridge, in tlic County and Diottbof Yoik. ^ck^DhprafariOn pafs'dtfu- Seah, to enable the Rev. WMBart EutlCT, M A. CTiipL-n totlie Right Hun. ttie |*a:� Gncitiiin. to hold the Rrilory of Claytonllo'ne, in Royal-Exchange-A fliirancc-Office. 14 June, �>j4. TI/E CORPORATION of the ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE fottrtbx �ne Nrti-f, that far tt* pvattr Enccwagtmtnt cf Ptrfm v ) 2 co / c \ )ooo > -e 1 1000 h 2000 i CJcco Brick Puikltngs, or Coed* therein, per Ann. per Cent, per Ann. Timber Buildicg*, or Good? therein, at 6 j. per Ann 4 > per Cent, per Ann. IlAfttrvJcms Goods, �n Tim* t>er or TMcH'd HouJe*. at ict. per Ana. s d. r Ce�. per -Aim. I (i a. And that thev wti jfare- fir SEVEN YEARS, 0* *y B'kH wdi*g to the Rmttl ^High Water at London-Bridge this Day, at 5: afat ? in the Morning; and 30 after 8 at Night. Minutes� Yellerday Bank Stock was 136 5 4ths, a 7. India 145. South-Sea" Trading Stock 79 i half. Old Annuities 104. Ditto New Annuities 104 1 half. Thrve per Cent. Annuity 93, Million Bank 106 1 half. African 22. York-Buildings 2 3 4ths. Royal Affurance 93, London Allu-rance 11 3 4U1J, a 7 8ths. New Bank Circulation 61. 12s. 6d. Prcm. South-Sea Bonds 21. is. a is. Prem. India ditio 21.9s.. a tos Prem. Three per Cent, ditto tl. 41. Prem. Kngltfh Copper il. 14.. Wclfli ditto Book% Unit.__^ Cultom-Houfc, London, J By Order of the Honourable Commiflioncrs of his M.tjefty's Cultoms, Ike. QN Friday the x^tb h\jlnnt> at $ o'.Clock in the Afternoon, ivili l>e txpofd to Salt by ln"b cf Candle, in tht Long Room ett the Ctiftom Iloufc, I^nJen, one hundred ard tigbty CnjLs of t ejus'd I fine, which are to be dijlUPd into Brandy, cr made into I'iiugai; ivi/hin three Montis after tht Delivery, (fiurfiuint to Law) fir ixhuh a Jujtjicient Security is to fo given by if oid, to be cance/Pd on producing a proper Certifiaft fori the-Officers of Excife: N. B. Catalogues will be timely diipcrs'd, or to be had at the King's Warehoufe, 'where the Goods are to be feen, from Wcdnciday the 1 2th Inllant till the Time of Sale, _ i I Be dtCosary and i.>�xefe of Durham, tqget her with the \ r Oagttf Shiddi, in the County and Dioceie aforeliiJ. ;.-*%"-�Ra fjcm Aa.to.-d in Kent, tteit a Couple was lately ssw)'!ttee wtofe Agis tcgether nude 1^, ai.dttat there Eg mtlarferenic'g'oh OccVfion of fo i-Ntraordinary aWaJdiag, the Bi:i!e ftiid Bridejjioo.it led up .he full Dante |~*3fi"lll'ttc Gaiety imaginable. A few Days (u.u died at Mi'tcham in .l".irry III. Tfecnus Hill, f imerly rinmcru l'acr 1 Vttk.BaiLf;cjs, \n the Decline uf Life he tstk, to ihc Riyirt of many who were fcr.nble ol his Rieat ^Siias. He \*-a; paitic.ibily vilctm'd f ^aniteiifticks i and his r.atuiul Nuacity loapcr, in.prjv'd by tiie Kiuiwlcd^',-,nt , *^sad as k bene, v..',', AJ.l 16 th� \'ru\c lofeMx ctyjy'i that Happimh in his Cor.. Sitiags tpp -ntcil iu It r.rlJ betuic the lCight 1 ion the Loid T^Cticallt: inTr.nitj .'I'cTiu, i_'4. \* in an advane'd uiaer 111 rctij'd from Bu- ti111-tl tor a riullcily Lil.e-u PciforniaiiLts arc the brtl and 'weefne'i ol Man!;ir.5, a> %\cll 1 LI 1. on^eru ut all I la Hull. P'x.fptions. Pit is an J Demurrers. E Pso M suiik v. will be open' 1 on - York-Buildings Houfe, May 31, 1734. "J* H Or Governor and Court of Jtjftjlants ot the 1 ork-BuiUin^s Conipam do hereby giiy Sotict, (purfuant to a Rtfolution of the Central Couit,' beld the and 24/i fn/lant) that fuj.k to tht Company, ym or before the 1 of J u>i� m.yt/.'ftr-aing, ( purfuant to tleir 'Pe/clution at the Cent'a J Court held ikqj^Otb ~Injtant) iiben Bonds in exchange fir the Jame tvtil be ijftteti by the Company, tarrying an InUtcjl at /'e Rati oj 4 ptr Cent, per Ann. cuunttrrg the Stock at to /. per Cent. And fir cat tying the Ttef!,,tiont of the faid General Courts into Exteution, the Cot-erttor and ('curt of Ajjjjlantt ivill attend at the Company's Usu/e, the \ lib, \ \tt, 1 ajid l$tb of 'june, from 100' Clack in toe Fan noon till z eai.ii Day.' To the Worthy Liverymen of the City ot London t YOU LI hlntere% Vote and Poll are humbly fu'dfor T H O M A S H Y D E. Citizen, and Dili,Her, 'T^ktSHt*'-of~i.be-Bridge~Mafiert--rf this City, in the room / Mi 'JJ'ii Webb, deieaid; having been a Htrtiff-keep,r in th Feitfi of St. Sipulchit's t-uenfy I' ven fears, and been a l..-:ti:ma>r uf hit Cbmpaiiy twenty t'lfj Years i (mis had thirteen Chiidrta, Mlo �ttj-*vhnh-itre-JfrU-nnpr9*>*d*d"fi�'-� *ud- m-jhixeXtod^ ttnte.Lfi 2000 /. 'Trade, by txhich means ht^* now rediu'd. N. B. At the lall F,lefliun for Bridge-Mailer, I had the greatrii NuinbeL.y.Ltilpdsj except the leifoii elccU'd This it thetiuitb time of tttUfmnJ. ~ fbc Elcsiim 1.1.V />. c; Midmmmtr Day, _ the W-orthy Liverymen ol the City London. ol and InlereH are humbly dtjir'd O e rr i. f m f !. ^f'OU-R Vol; R A I ( Citizen Ti be one of the B John It'tbb, dtteai'd; baling been a l.iceiyman uyj.aidi '/".venty )iars, badgieat l.offis, aa.lbijtiiht up a Luge banui, The Urclion will be on VIluiuiiunci-Day, and 1 be^ me Favour of my Friends io Ur early 111 the Hall. P H T O O N J'., and ClotLny^ier of L 4> n ij o n ) ridge-Ma/tei s �}' (Lu Cit;. In. lie rcurn of Mr To the Worthy Liverymen ol the City ' London. e m e n , C, f � rfO L'R fir H E N R Y Ir'dlt and Interej are humbly dtjir^a th B A Y LI (by 'n.l.b 1, Tj be one of the UnJ^t M.i'?, Ci.'iz'n and Ltatt/et � nen Draper ) tot, i'Ki, in the rx.fi of I. a. John It'ebb ; ba-vin* bins a l.s ^ei ,m.m ./ t'e Lid Lv'pa . /i.\te.-n te.irs; and I at'* Liui ytjt I iv !-.ite, ' .i':J haih a It ife and /.': N. B / ba-i-e 'had - J'.ne (, / br �� i!n� / U) adwrti/.l 1. this I'afr>, : liit / .ii 1 t.iihiif { pr >pci iic.luu* Iwi ol rhc 1 .il Mr. "i r 1 � U4111 � -Ci a: it.j i, tc f.Hi I .ill -r, u. '. , I . Iwf tU ktwvsri "/ .. AT the King's Theatre in the Hay-Mar fcc�v oo Tta�Kl�y netr; bcm� �h� iSth ct' !��-*. �tli be ctelara'J V ASTO R F.I D O. An O V E R A. cotr.pc�'J by Mr. HANDEL. Itterrtiyd tiith Cforefff. The Scenery after a piitKalar manner. Pit *�i IKiiet (> f�? pot t.>J�:Ur, ,l� U&U fi�t�t. �:4 iha Olfttc, licit D-iir �.> tht Ensure i�fc, thi. Da* Tcntotrow. To be^in at half an Hour after $5X o'Clock. No Pttisn whatever :o be �^tn>;!td tyhuvj tl� Secret. N 8> Thi� will be tt*-i-�l P�jf,.�m���. By a By particular Dtfire. Company of Cttnediam frcm htb the Theatres, AT the New Theatre in the Hay-Market, ihu U*r, beiig ite iv-b orjucc, will be p�i!c ficcn>�t>i Maoly. Mr. R > M HiMMM n> �hcaJt X�^JoMat Cwm,* tiki. Ut.Jtimn j NH-.ire hitfurd, *�!� � 4*lti j l^efJjp, Mr. Cur . Mift J��#y. _� M t-. Ureu ; Mr�. Mo:h:rlj, Ut*. J^Jfelck Stc�kt, alias LorJ i-ace, Mr. Janet; thk*, Mr*. Ilctwrri, Mi.Socfct. Mr. Turtwiii Jnuny, KTifi BiCIl, ���, SietSa,Ufa.UmD> li.',. L.vcmoie. Mr. Kit*. W#� rKi Nympb bte Kobn^aiJ. fiu>� ty Mifc Jure*. EoJof �U.-taiCc, llR el*k a-4 WiwicJAcbrMia.aiMtM U* Mif. b'CtsU rhcei 10 t� h�J at'Mr. Wife��, i'�roJie.m�lcr. acii Door to ih� pianb-.tiifT"' Borrt 4/. Pilii. tid. Gallery 11. No i.l'niy 10 tw cctian'J af-ci I he Ciul ** 11 draws up. To begin exactly at hilf an Hour after Six o'clock. And on Vlcjusf-.ax ncn w itrKpee'tmy v.-1.1, Maj.tl'"� Kcai- m;m of N 'fill H*'*;h felite's, t-in'ji�r' oi, tia"t. tiiicnckvUf"d tj*i>, wiii a Wi^h lU>i^�u JSjIp, li^txlv n Ml.'ym , fiVift BriiJ h�..Jf a *S i'.iij'd . il any *-.x(uts m 1.1 (cw^c .10, �i ht oaf bi 1 icl'tl ���j a vxtiy A tlx l.:J Kcji-n.-lutr P"i> d* Kii. tt', tefilr  ..k: by1!!:, t"�pU c �b-rrrc.i. t>/ iuiSftifSiail*, Agen to�ttc-fUce.iac*. �i liO)4u. �,r b, J-^V. U4tkr4h�w, Jmifaz.* J A. Wo O O. CTOLN Irom Edward \\m,.atllic Fouii. t3 '*!!> ,s Clare ItfCiC, C.i.c iiUb * CtftKl 1* i_ a �i.;rc� ftp. 'ih SJ-'ji Nunc u>4 Pismat At>^le .1 Ur^iii. fiv aiari'j with I'. L. J[ �'!.''; If*--f��>-t �nb liver .1 t.'s.ti.t, use- ivttb b. w. j iwr-sl Te*-'i(i*''f�," a kmlc �irH � " tlidJ.f. * Pw-cU .�dk OiMk'j  ui fc. W. t. lO li Kl^e ��!h lUif t'ci iii il� -l.ai! a H�*n, -s � t D-.ta. xjiri. e ol wfi4.') it owl, u .v.:I.t� lit �uti b-ilio:-f!.cr, iic.ur'U{Ai| �.li t.c r�,umr;.cr G (Jlt-ti-iV.c �lth t*.i!tU-llgr*�  , ln>..! /*d Lite 40 :wu ; k�*>. a piawa j ,�ii UltUi.t S--.1 * t'li icUc mi a � fc. I. � .ut c C(of��*it , ui s.n ur i.-i'i g 11. �i-d ii�M;l �i:i> 3ltu>� II, P9tfx , .rr��ii, �twaf . i 1 V. i-O' Agr. . pa'c C , 11-'- b- uw� Ifa.r, |Tc�l ]*�*Va# ' u.j,t�j iw> *rc^i ,w.y  a4K.-�al�iMjiitfa^ l'-ii a Pre* ol lil 'm'likl 1 ,. 1 . hi iti iicrr� mi) l^ac it-� vi lt*�� �> �J�. IM*a* r iAtu. t Tt���4/a Cb��s�0 � C1m�^*� U*,t**<*. ;