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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 22, 1754, London, Middlesex F R 1 D A March 1754. ap. Hi the the the for the for } and the Viana for the from Wind blows of a the March 3 is upon the between the Courts of and which we penetrate nor at J but one may venture to that it's weU known there wants a mutual A in the mentioned Court that the of has that he has been a Dupe to hi of the French who had engaged to at the Tartars and the 1 by the in order to make a oblige this laft to fend back a Part of their Troops which ire In and towards the where an Army of 80 or 100000 or were to be near We have even been made acquainted with the Motions which the of France and Sweden made upon this at and that they have been able to do could any way move the of the Sultan to depart from his The Army of his k no more exempt from and than nor from the Lofs of hu common dents every more than the Finances of this who in other it moa be is a great bat neither his India nor his both in their can Revenues enjoyed by his Pre- to the Expences of a War which only lafl three As to the Reports which have ' current of a Bank at there is little or for fince would to therr Money where there is a ' and all the other in are completing their of the two will amount to 480300 of will be able to take the Field in than fix Weeki after receiving Orders for Now it feems to be rather a than a ' that all of following the of one are divided into two political the one the Sword of the other in the L O N O d N. a General Court was held at the when 8 Dividend of Two and a Quarter per Cent. was declared for the half Year the of April 00 the Capital Stock of the faid The Choice of Governor for the Year is to be the 9th of and that of the Day Morning died at her Honfe in of a lingering the Right Hon. the Lady Mother to the and to Admiral Col. George and Col. John all Members of the Houfe of This Week the Right Hon. of was of a at Lord Houfe in The Right Hon. the Lord has appointed Lawfon Deputy Clerk of the Peace for the County of The Brazilian Nations on the Confines of the Country that is to to the Crown of have declared that they will not that it is a Mark of the and Slavery to be transferred from Nation to Nation for their and that therefore they are determined to convince put that Treaty in that they have not but to deal Several near Guy's are and are to be pulled down upon the Expiration of the jn order to make Room for the new which is to be built with Pait of the Produce of an of 25001, per Ann devolved to this by the Death of the late Lady A new Street will very foon be begun in the King's near Gray's Inn it will parallel with and front the middle great Walk of Gray's Inn Lail Night the of the late of was in Henry the Chapel in A few Days fince died the Rev. Mr. of and Vicar of in On at Mr. Anthony formerly an in Laft died Mr. in reputed to have died worth 30000I. We hear the Friends of Comos will meet this Evening at the Ship Tavern near when Mr. Skuter Will be Early ay Morning the going out with the Bow hj three who after was in the him of Two Shillings and made off. Ihe Mate of the Warren now lying at outward being found dead in the of the Ship po the fat co the not agreeing ao a on Account which gtve to he was till a farther in the mean Time Company's who weic on board at tne have been carried at to be - Oa Night otte Edward a Brick had the to fall the Top of a Ladder at Col. Howard's Houfe in and on the This Week a Butcher's Man in who was bit by a mad Dps about nine Months went and like i On Afternoon a Servant was killed by a FaH from his on the Stratford 13. This Day Dr. to through this Town in his Way from the Seat of the Earl of to to attend William who to be ill Next Sunday Morning a will be at Church in for the Benefit of Boys and forty Girls belonging to the Charity School of Ward by the Rev. Mr. Lecturer of St. Maiy at The fame Morning a Charity Sermon will be in the Church of St Mary in for the Benefit of the Charity Children of by the Rev. Mr. Fellow of and of St. Botolph without Having been frequently How I intend to of my and I Sell 1 or give them to a who will obtain me Rights in my or annex them to a of There are many Ingenious &c. about who might ferve by or in the Oratory on or it will when to the Value of near at any Number of advancing 5 Guineas among them have the whole Produce of one I want a Larger Oratory to hold at 500 or I defire the Public not to be if I do not preach on DefeA be J. H. A Houfe long that has with upwards jaf 800 Country Dealers in the Linnen and well near and the not exceeding i 2001. to be fold at prime Enquire at the in None but very Articles William White's Chocolate Houfe in St. cleans all forts of Gold and Silver and though never To and if the Gold not may be made as bright and as good as after an entire new John at the Black Lion in Great near continues to and 2; per cheaper than commonly My printed to be had as Samuel has brought from to Mr. in St. Martin's Ic near a large of white and made by good in the and fold cheaper than by any other during his nice and Neats cured after the belt has Years with By a Method few are acquainted with 1 cure and require nothing till the Cure is I give Advice that none may be at 5 s. to E. at the Golden in facing Bank Books India Books xio Three 1 half per Cent. Old Annuities ift Sub. i. Ditto 2d Sub. loj a ift Sub. 103 t a Ditto zd Sub. 102 Three 1 half Bank Annuities ift Sub. 104 a Ditto 2d Sub. 103 Ditto India Books Three err Cent. Bank 102 | a Ditto 1751, itto India Books New Bank 11, 6d. India 9I. 149. a 15s. For the Benefit of Signor and Signora AT the Great Room in on Monday will be a Grind Concert of M If The Vocal Paru by Signora and Signora the Violins by Signor and Signor the Hautboys by the Signors A Solo on the Violin by Signor A Solo on the Violin by Signor Chabran i A Solo on the Violin by Mafter Pupil to the late Mr. fince luj a of ac Half a Guinea to be had of Signor at his in and at in TH E ot the CHELSEA PORCELAINE gives that he intends to fell by at Mr. FORD's great Room in the the latter Ead of this the and entire Stock of his at CHELSEA and of and Services for Croupes of &c. complete of and wito the Variety ot other and The Undertaker of a very great Ex. brought it tu that as to be allowed to any Attempts nude in that hopes this Manner of his Works to the Publick will meet with moie as he is to thi Value of it entirely to their and that he will not open his nor exhibit any Article to till next Notice of the Tune of tec will be in this nd the The Publick may be that in this Sale will be warranted TRUE Marriage and Banns Spurious Edition of both my Books is zV oa a thin very unfit for the Title Tbe tf aid in with a King's but no Name of or | and on the other Formi of Marriage and One Form of up the of Banns 1 I therefore it incumbent oa me to this to upon with for This Day are OBSERVATIONS on the Office of TA B With Cautions fbr tbt fafe Emotion of titat 1>rawa from By SAUNDERS of in the of A- In the This Day is Volume of Catalogue of for Year 17541 the In this are the of the late Di | A late af lare to the Royal and many of above One Honored } wil be at T. in Money ti lil vf the Prices printed in the my the Plate of and of all the Country and of ns Day is in in 5?. I Ihe nj of METHODISTS and PAPISTS compar. d. Printed for J. P. in Where may fame in two Price 9s. Friends of Sir RICHARD GLYN X are to at the Three Tun Tavern in the at Seven o'clock this THE and Freeholders of the County of are to at the Affiles at on Monday the i in to confider of a proper to be put in with Mr. to the County at the THE of the and Liberty of are to meet at the Sun Tavern in on the at Twelve to of proper Perlons to the faid City and Liberty at the Freemen of the Borough of I and in about London and are to do them the Favour of dining them at the in on Dinner to be ready at Three of Tower of March 14. and the principal Officers X if do hereby to as are to and for his to be employed in and ether Stores and of to and from the Magazines and in and about the the adjacent and other as alfo to cart and take the and bred and made in and about the Lodgings and belonging to the faid and to unload the fame at the Place made ufe of for that that they may leave their here in on or the and offer the and befi Terms ivill be contrailed By Order of the W. February 20, 1754- THE principal Officers and ef his give that they be ready to treat with Cuch as are droits to for the Stares far on the Deris the that they may attend their viz. Plank on Friday the lid of Norway on the of Riga Majls on Friday the of VICTUALLING March 17J4. THE for his tb i give that en the 3^ of tm following of his Ships w/l he recalled or the in and the Money dut to their Companies for the Times viz. Ship's or March 13, - 31, 1744. 1745. And that there ivill be Recalls cn the faid unleft Application is made to the tbt faid from fuch to any Money appear due on the laid B - 30, 1745. Sept. - - 19, 174J. - 31, 1744. - - 28, 1744. T Icb HE for Victualling hts do hereby pve that on the of April o'clock at they Jhall be to treat fuch as may be to undertake to Brine for the Service of his made after the late Mr. new invented The Conditions of the Contract nay at the at the London or Iff applying to the of his at or the of the Salt Duties at in And on the fame Day the laid be ready to treat for or other for the Service of hit St. Luke's March 20, SUCH are to this by Butchers Butter from the to are ta leave at tbt faid on or before Saturday the they be informed Sorts of be March 16. 1754. General Board of the of the faid Infirmary be held on the eU the near the fetid to take m Ballot on the viz * That for the in all relating to is a may be at to by The Ballot begin at Eleven o'clock in tbt and be at in the Afternoon By Order of the THE Members ot the Society arc 10 meet at the King's m 00 iim the Meeting and tne laft before of the Society for it m of ail Gentlemen who in tivat yiH for the anA of the that they oa The wiil take the
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