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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 10, 1753, London, Middlesex September down and the i mod and New-York the Printe for and tbe John and for Remains in the Downs a Ship of the and tlie from Arrived and the from the from f and the Wind by ' Since our lalt a front v The Country about Bagdat twine been a long Time a large of In i of the who reigned and Sd not be drove out of their of inverted their 10 of and Cent 350 Heads of their Chiefs to tht Grand been thought a that Caftans are to htrn from and to the principal Officers in 20- By arrived in bur Port from fte Levant wc are informed of another terrible Fire at wherein the whole Quarter of the Armenians was The which bur Merchants have by this Fire is at 150000 12. received that the Commandant of our had taken a of 1 jo 18. Two of the Kind's Galleys have taken the of Sardinia a Crew of a Felucca laft the Certain of a Pretence ia v - ' 4*g*ft 16V Oar Governor has received ah fjom that 1.6,000, Troops are in rail from the tbe for The of Venice has granted through their but are going to the fortress of and agreeable to the the Darke of V ' ' We have Advice from that the Extraordinary fmm the died the 9th hi a Fit in a very 26. The and mutual between ha: the ours to Example of the Powers of by putting its Marine as. well as Land a better - r 14. King being that tlie Court of 10 with the Emperor of quire the good tbat die Subjects and his has the of the latter ih all the Ports his has been to the and an to this will in a few s will tier Orders have been fent for our Mi leave tb of the to An has oar that and City of about an Kand We have thai tbe pf on Count the room Of who has 2S. The Troops will enter the of test into the Camp at and wi J conM of 22. An Ordinance is which pats a in this to the Circulation of the 5! and who having the of Bareith and wth a Number of Hungarian converted all die Galh be in Payment into a bafe Coin of with a View of reaping great Profit by them fraudulent and Project has been happily and he and all his on toe Mr. Onflow the at the of through this City ALc to drink die Waters for the Recovery Of his 27. An Agreement is our that of Great to fend on to 0/ in order to pot an End the between the two and to the Jaitt of their faid that it already appointed one of our has fome 2*^"�^ of Governor of Wf was recall him 1 this ho made fw in Years to bear the Fatigue of a w and that he muft continue in it be thought proper to appoint in that tbe Governor of St * his are held in this City in private Prayers km The Of die them with Texts T other and fome Archers went to one of ih all the of the and two of the People belonging to that Who wete to I. O D The has to grant the Dignity bf of the Ireland unto Henry of Mount and to the Heirs Male of his Body ani This of Baron Charles in the County of Donegal in thr faid ' The King hav to grant the Dignity of a Baron of the Kingdom Ireland unto Sir John Knight of the and 16 Heirs Male bf his Body by and Baron of Longford in the County of Longford in the faid And the King has been to aod appoint William fecond of Court of in the Kingdom of to .be Chief of will remove from to St. the in Graces the Duke and of Lord George Sackville took leave of at they out for Ireland Ho the Earl of Marquis and is going to the to mb the Waters bf that | ' * * This the Right Mailer of the Rails for On Friday the Duke of came to Clermont fro n and the Hon. to Letters from agree in giving an Account of the of the R on making fome in order to prevent the of by one of the By a arrived at from the there is sn Account that two Gal which had been a long employed in annoying their Bay of were lately And that the Swan George was loll in ro from the Baythe People i t We hear that Application will hz made 10 to it Part St. George's another to be called St John's The Committee of have agreed to with Purbeck Midlife Walk in from up Wail Of the fecond The Statue of King James tbe on the Side in is repairing and at the Expence of the Scotch Merchants On John paid the Hands the Charily Schools of St the St. James the Sum being Legacies left to the Lady ol Hoi On Friday lafl in the Parah of Giles we e by the Lord for Tippling in their Koufes on the Sunday before during Laft of Campvere in was married it Daughter of Archibald of the Scotch Privileges in the On Friday died at his at advanced in Rev Mr. Daniel 7eurs auo a On died at his in Mr. Hill who a few Days fince his leaping from a Bank at On Saturday the 25th of died at his Seat at On Friday died at William meriy a Merchant in Saturday were tried at the Old four were capitally viz Hannah for jind robbing an Infant in Whitechapel John for forging a Power of and pub liming it as Edward for a Burglary and Mary for dealing a Guinea the of Ann Eleven were call for among whom were Thomas John and William from who in Favour of the on her no Body appearing This Pay the will As fome imperfect Accounts have been of the Trial relating to Borough of the following Extract may pe depended upon jp be On Monday laft came on to be tried at KingSon upon on the Prius before the Right Hon. the Lord Chief by a Jury of an in the Nature pfa Quo exhibited to Caufe by what Warrant he claimed to be Bailiff of the Borough of is a Borough by and fends two to and tbe who is annually L the returning To this the and infilled on his Right of holding the Office another was legally put no left than fourteen different Matters tbe ' they that 995 at a held on id was attempted to prove u by the aud other km To this it was by the Defendant's who very the between Borough by Charter and that by faid to die if it had been die we could have pro written 1 but ai it .is the can only law before what been able to collect in to the of the That the as a bare that of which Pain pot Notice the In Part of the Years was an i by them it except in about five that the f to time had before And to prove more jiving were had but wer as in upon Account pf fome belonging to Office of Thr Defendant being thus deprived of fome material hit Council of the laboured under io and hai toother Proofs whom there was no Objection Next they proceeded to the Irregularity of holding the laC To encounter this the that h-d the Offices of and who they of no fuch as was then contended In the other were and Behali of the and not materially co by m the tbe fo after a long and Trial of thirteen the his his up the Evidence on both and a few and ia i Verdict in Favour of Defendant upon all the and by Pain's E w is declared for the MeiT and and for the Sir Simuel Mr. Serjeant and The was by fir More Lord of the and Philip Carteret and the Defence by die Lieutenant General and Peter tie for the Bo On Friday a noted was committed to the for a of twelve under pretence of felling him a which proved On Saturday a Mm wis taken in charged with robbing a few befoe Mr a in of Pieces of and was the fame Day to the G On Five in the a Man well was in the firll Field going to who had been and f- beat about the Head di it he was to yr j the e was a large of Blood out o' his 6. Lai Giles of Norton near was comm. to our charged one John The Noblemen and men of the Committee fbr the of the are to meet at Eleven at the St. Albans - not that any Body can be fo void of to 3 1. 15 s. for the of a Lottery Ticket oL 2 1. and when it is upwards of eleven td one whether they kaVe any and above 16 ( 2 to one whether they have of more than * As by the late Act of Parliament for the of no can granted after the of September This Paragraph is inferred .as to for their Licences ia due - Figures of the the Earl of Mr. m Fiect to .be up the latter End of now is Time for the Curious and cf both to entertain over del and a Days will dcr rive this of the molt Varieties that were ever exhibited in this AU Sons of out of Pawn to be &c. alfo bought if not or Money lent to near at the in the Old and at his and There are fo many and Cures fet forth iu the publick that the of the Pa t cf them therefore ty remove ail of of a certain Cure Tor v e French without or auy particular to cure that for a nnt to - Cure is Enquire at the Green and Gold Lamp in Parliament a for that is given for one of the itf fir Emergency ruJ This Day at Noon will 1 AN and Serious ro of OKI I n O. of the Bit to the op Leg co and in: mi ( 1 1 By an of the Church ani 1 for R. at in This Diy is lit Qui ant a No 1.XXIII f Ihc HOLY anj Hi Uf the f TWO M. io wnh 1 4 ' tafl oJ o J. at iht n il - lw by lit o' 1: j ami rht tai MUi ia a 104 mty fee hW Sonft 111. 6 i.
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