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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 17, 1750, London, Middlesex March MS down and the Dublin for the the Earl of the Charming and the Two for je Fly Sloop Wind - ' t from A 8, The Fire which the Beginning of laft Month was not totally the Day before - The Number of reduced to Arties is competed to be about 12000, which is faid be a tenth Part of this great mentioned in former the Matter of the been from his and Several of Provinces in Europe have The Envoy Extraordinary King of Denmark has already had Conferences with the Grand and there is great that he Knowledge of the of a true Lover of attached to the Royal Fi CoL dc to die ' of Ducat fcr ihe Counties ok March 11. The Court has an at the With of by which we that the new Grand to very pacifically and that he has to the That his would always take great * fare in concurring with the Emperor and of the j Ramans in every thing that may the Peace of the and the fame tune * the Reports which were propagated Treaty being betWeen the forte Courts of and a certain were March i Letters from that on of this for faced a great Number of People to t and for having would his ' of Troops which the Court hath keep In in to march on the amounts to between 16 The in begin to there is that by Year - confirmed the Sing has to a Rood it will conduce Courts of ng the 6.", from Rome that Cardinal of to his being chofen ins to out neyt for has obliged defer his by of fbmt fits of 4h Ague which bis Excellence was Z- k L O N ' O * N. The Shark ff at Barbadoes law the Sec. from thence for and the People were entirely to that in fix i j. A great many of the in who meet many 1 in the of. their Leave to in Nova we 400 of who have from and the Ifle of are to be that hear that both of i Parliament -X 4Ycfterday who calls of was to Newgate by Men into the Service ofthe French which is made was charged with the Royal and the wwe $ Mr. 85 There aro Evidences relented inf 17%, Wh Tnt Family in the County of He a On at in j - The Aight Hon. the Lord Chancellor has been pleated to appoint George - EToY a of ' A ' We heir that a Duel was fought in between a of the in tine of the Inns ' of Court and a ] pute on laft at for the Right of a but neither of them any two Smugglers were brought from the ' at Norwich to under a Le Sermon le dc. ' & fe fera 22me.de dans des Grecs - Le Service a Heurts que les du Refuge fe fi Tomorrow Morning a Charity be ia of and ' Rawing in near bythe Rev. Father in God the 1*0 Charity Children of will be two Charity preached in the of Lake in the for die of the Charity Children to thf that in die Morning by Lord of St. David's i- and in die by dte Rev. Mr. of in The fame will be at ' the Church of die near for the Benefit of tod poor belonging to Bridge Candlewick Wards j that by the Rev. of the faid and that -in the the Rev. Dr. Vicar of Sr. * The fame Charity be preached in the of St. Mildred in for the Benefit of forty poOr to in the Rev. iV Prebend of and Chaplain in Ordinary to his and that in the by the Rev. of St. Martin The Day two Sermons will to in the St Aiin Charity qf by Canon of Fellow of and Ordinary his $ the ' Jm of 0 At 6tL bt * between Mrl the they but jhe and for a both banf backed by in nine Bouts 1 n H general mount at Twelve as ' at Peruke the Two near Church on be all of bob at the following viz. dean 10$. 11. cut and cut and all full 1 Wwr of the in Wear warranted by die all Gentlemen wjB continue their itTo be lett at Aclon in a tart good and convenient newly op perfectly four oh Account of Ac of or Anna w thirty will be revived re in Covent Day is 1 HE Art vf nC 4c ttat Society en UtL Bj Mr. f. H I. trim fhe far C. - ' ft is 6L_ ASure to H L srg j itt w ' the K - to F S Ceir iii or - B E L Z E B U 1. bw 5t- sSr P cf 1740- tj ail one tied frr Bi at W n that im * mattyi 4tt#V^jr t* tht Jrf am mfi Bt tf the CHARLES T 14. 1749. tf tl sir Jb rf Split mat Canal at of 1746, Dy thy the she of iIk the Star isd Garter To all YOUR Company is on as two a in a dear the and Rci ilant three nT of good He was a at 57 io dte no 1 a 1 4th. 109 a 1 h pitto 3 8th - - Ditto 1747, Ditto Lottery 1747, 105 4h.a I ' 9^-5 8|is for Wi Free YOU -are tD joet to Mr. at M if S I C K. Pans M A R t ON 4* S. lie a dbe abni AT the King's m wM Be An A S S E M B T. ' fie Ah wBl fee 4eatM White's a St. & Ticket ViH imat the Koyal in T H E O D O A. to be put fdl fhm at an at Haifa Caini ' Ssl 1B. 10 at an Rr as T* at flour after Sx SACRED & tar he far Oa aaa tn mi - ' f ami Tfac and W 5iiuiia mi 9CX. Each a 1 to taw iaca * Twin's sacs the s. ti. fer 3~tr at dc io the Way aai at 5 a at the cf Mil. AT the Theatre ta The ST It A T A G K M. 8s* ae 5h7 Far tbe af Mr. S O D O AT- the Royal m ac a R The IX E * I X M
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