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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 3, 1749, London, Middlesex                                r--^'ti l^'At||U^ � Canqacr'd Placet ia dtc LoivCoaatnev and the Affair  of the Renewal df the.TaHff". bat fuck a^ fl�o|iM ton�  rromtla� of Biiac^ iht'fUtiUt^W'ii,hr^k'iil�^^  Cairiftian MigeOx have acqaainted thofa ^tf the Empicfa  Qoeen, that tfaoogh the King was in Pofleffiotr of< the  Town* and Piacek �r the NetherUn^iis bcIoogiDg.to het  ImpCTial Mi^eftf. yet hit llijeftir woaldttot,     dell'  TOtog them Dp to the Auftriaif Troops. :�hailjse. �M>M,%w iw Envoy Bntraof#]i�/^d f.{o^jp^^ theCouhioF Turin, � r'-f^t^i-'lJt      i �V'. - '  -.'^''-ir / av.^..r the Un�ri:rr#:bf0^rd,-,i�&^ their V� __________mM^^0s^^'$ |ai0fe#l^^^ih^ jtti^taivOnpoh Rimeridce-^>t �jC^; Monday the aSth'of December, the. Body of Ms Ctacc the late Duke of Somerfet was carried front Petr worth, in order to beinterr'd at SalUbury.the Bnrial Place 4tf kis Anceflort, in the following Klanner.   Ttie Ijilearle m% drawn by fix Horfes, cover'd wit)> liJack; Velvet^ and foQowcd by three other Coaches and i>3(,�1niwhicHwera Iboe of his Grace's Friends ^d t>oniefitcks, between, which anui the Hcarfe went a JMIoitnung 'Statc- ndv^ ctnpty� and they were foih>witd Ik ii^Xpuirc-Ma'nie a^d Six, and by about iuuy Perfons on HoH(;back.  The Fu* jMsal teach'dSaliibHTy about Two o'Clock on Wcdnefday, �nd at the great Wett Door bf the Cathednd the Ph>cef-�on was forni'd in the following Manner i firft went twelve ^cifons in black Cloaks, then tour of bis Grace's Footmen an black, after them four Geatleoieii in Macki tfhen- ;Mn Khodes, his Grace's Ap^dicwy, and Mr.GufdoF, hissof-liciior i next, followed the r^Rev/. Mr. Barnard, Fellow of St. John'* College. Otnb^idge. his Grace's Do^wiUck Chaplain i after him walk'ed Thomas Elder, EA); ;his (grace's principal Steward, bearbg al, pucal Crown upon liCufhion of Crimfon Velvet, fupported by Mr. Williams, hi) Grace's Secretary, and Mr. Gardiner, his Oorne^ick Attorney i then followed the Body, inctolcd in jhrec Cof-fns, the III ft of-Ccdar, the fecond of Leadv the *tliird of Oak, fuperbly coveted with Crimibn Velvet, and adoru'd with Ducal Coroneu, Stc. and in the Middle of which was fixed a gilt Plate, mfcrjbed with bi� Grace"* Arms, Titles, and Honours; after the Body walked Sir Charles Wyndham, Bart. Percy Wyndham Obrien, EAji his Grace's Giandfont, and the Honourable Sir Thomas  Bootl'r, Knt. Chancellor to his ^oyal Higbocf* the Prince of Wales, one of his Grace's Executors.   The Proceflion was met at. the Welt Door of the Church by the Canons, Pitbends, and Choir, in their Formalities, the Orgin, v-^cosnpaoying the Voices in ftnging the Burial Sentences, while the ProcdBon w^ed in that Order to the South-Eaft find of the Church, in which is the Dormuory of Ike Duko of Somerfet i then tha Choir fung a full Anthem, and the Funeral Service was read bv the Rev. jDr. Wynn.   The whole was conduftcd with the grjRt^ft Regttlarity. though it is Cippofcd there were prcfeat naar t loooo Perfons. "   � I On Sunday died     the thirty fourth Year of >is /^gf, \ aauch lamented by all who bad the Pleafure of his Ac-auaincarce, Mr. Edmund Sharrock, an eminent Habcr-daflier in Flcct-Sucei. Oa Sunday Ntgbt iaft died, at his late Dwelling Uoufe in Panton Sircet, l>�iceftrr.Kic!ds, that uuly worthy Atid ' bonell Man Mr Daniil Woodrooffc. He was  � rn wfcuoi the DifiiclTcd alwayt found a Fri y  Ginfe On ^utc^inr lAfiflmttCbaiimiAcd ll�4ttn.Gawl��fe by Tkoihat ;�nyai 8^; �f> tiHt ftiae^^Vta^ WcfiaunftMy Kipl^.%e'm?tffi^0o^^ reaib^cTS^ rnrceh c^LiB^iftr. andr WcaiiiqrAjwaicL the Pnmcftr^ the faid Counters WliW ^mm^^Sk Uktwife a fon w>o kMhi^* Saldhop; for iM^laK Patt ef jma Goods knoJUM tlieai � belldk^^ aM^tky bM C&nd opbnhiklt ad&Ediitind Day, � PawntwclUt �t Ftalkam, was bound over 0.itef�dit�'tke4ai*IIitt, liekaving,F^ of tke Qoo* l^ntf in hi�42�ttadM! wid klviJig )>y�9AUeqian{t\^nt�rtettoB,: M oT^ JoiqpB TapptTi Ibhn Doaftlas; and Rkka^4�dcy, fiw iMrgki. riduflf'krvakiAfe ami cuttingBwdlii� Jionfi^ wmI (UaliagTwofounda.   .....--.  ^j^- - QhtttrS>h^ liieslu:  A#Aiilite>n Jlilf �dhiiftcali^ ttt^l>ferui% life Peatii i)f    ' ^   " ' ' ' " ^ who bvftout of bis i^hdwconi^iif for�jdi�w� Xiaita Pro-curatiuiii, or.^cnfionS)diu- o�.iufl|.^ ,Aiid^^lW|�i�^oa? is making in the CQarUjitOlmtetbu�.�giiift n great many Clei^ymctt -and;othw�, whoTof ItmaTTsirr Miffed to pay thofe ftnali t^es.'which; iMJi^iwctiitea^annSttA of Men^^- � � � :   -^'M.'^ '   '   ' � 'T:    " EJiiitmrgt,, Bi^. i6. UitT^iieial arrived in liie Road oftiith, and fintt. put iiuffi^ilriidfland, uhder Con^y plmma i�r i^t, ��nx-^mmt^. wth Troop* jbppr^ froi^^ldf^:' nretinwthat above forty Morfra died in the Faffag:.' and that three other Tnmfporta were /(jbinktsd^'flMiA^Jftsi^m en tlh:^ C one o mUai tlil&^^S^tttb PlyAoM^ in a HriHy bad Condition '^Wt^'i^^f^Jf^Afi Wdeike 9th and ta|l|V^K^6 WiU��aij;4orbiddinjt all Peifons^any Degree, Age or Sex wjutfoerer, to niake^ givc,^U o^Hgw. any %nih�. Rpc^^is. or �*�;nt�wofK^^^]^ . , ^.   . _'any Mifchitftfcat __r______^^�..,^�..~j�^�^3Tlw[hnaIt]r for auikingi ftllin^f 8tc. fa�ik Wo*s, i� F�t4 Foands for e*efjr Of-feii r-prlliogly flionger, but yet ittore agronUe than ever it was before, is to be feen and <)m�td from TWdve o'Clock at Noon till Six in the Evening, at the Houfe between Rawdmidl's CtHfee-Hoofe and the BcdfiKdHcad in Henrti^^Strect. Covcnt-Garden, at t a. each Peribn. < The W^ to Keith*a Chapd ia thioogh Piccadilly, by the End of St. Janica*� Street, and down Clafpa-Stt^ a|ij torn on the'teft Hand- Tke Marriajiea (together with'ja Licence on a Fivc-^billing Stamp and Certificate) are carried on for a Gnioea at u(iial, any Time till Foar ia the Aftern9<9n. by another rcgaUr Ckrgynao. at Mr Kekh's little ClupelJn.h(by� bftna ciiiHi (wwi^fim tlx R%fe Ha  Nufl^birs'^o}'jl))!^ ~----      � ^8etefei��tbp�M!ft tnttWr jKeWifViA', nttm'i ,:wWfh (^^W i&s tiS*mgt In, 6n Lu&^&mi,t ih*lqhKt�Atll||i^ tli'ii NcM,  Tiqifhop.ln GMtechvteh.Stfrcti and st Mh. Cmi Mt'U ntH.  TofOiop. In (i*�(��hvtclt.strrctl sn4 st Mrt. hr\ tt-ttte OqUmi fm, SU Utmt't Street; em-MSind Sti iutan'i pLk, FHw 3 �.eKh Bottle. 4ithiritfAionK; ' -'---    --�--------.....--�--------'--ti. P VB LICK If�tirt i$ *rr- General PoftOiace, D�c. 3f, 17484 CySr#i mfn ^tniaj tiV 9/**        �f tti m)U MMp'%f GEORGE SHELVOOSB, Sttftt^fy. VICTUALUNGloFFrci^nMarr 1*49. nvt NciHr, ibtti � fhiiaf Bfxtt tit .itMi^niit, tit frttl/mrfOllfiti  i4 BrQUfd-Strhtj, tit Shtrt All�v)amtt Mtitrjf Jut It kit Mtjtjfjt l^li^i ityilir* Dunkirk, ttiwtu AmgufI 5, 1747, and DtfemttrB^, 1747. Poftiion Zebcek. Jih 1. Md> ^Ufu/l liJ'tj^it. WHEREAS it hits been reprefeattti' fo hw Wcstuflna, k Ot� Cmm/�t StilKik. #�s lubfcc iectf onMo Inmif, bci� i Ten >u>J l.\%ttt, u'Ckckria tK<( Nifht. iby five ttknptii^ ^ t vi wliith warentriviid.Mtih Jk  f Costof Arinii^ i.n *. VMsagu) vi(. � I'eti iiftucca tiiccc Ooliliiai, Uf) Mulfo  eofiii-ilcxdUr Sum (4 Moacj, Xk^cim wud a GmU Vvjtkl.w a chairttCWc, �c4 A  ',l''ff tin- �UAw*�Il� �1J t-r^r^Jij '.J J.'tit ihi- IVil'.rj .(,ncrfn.:J 1,1 tlv I'liil ViMl^trf am Ki..z>r>y, u p..'Aid u pi(.ft!(lc tiii ir A gruvijui i'ardvnf'la any oatf' c# t.'T.-a �i>o ihiii . .-�.it xjs. At.i.onipltcc cr Aivoiapljcet tixstin, '(klb&t kc  i-fr6cn4c4 ^aA C"nrjij�r t thcfTC*'. ....... I Hor.m NttwcASTjL^. ."S.ruk-��;.:- of Ten �n4 Tv, ,        irtti r,nf lo'$tvcn in i�it  . !-' c-:ti-iii,r, t]je fii.1 ia�,i Htu� Ut (im* K�sij ir     ''I- Ii 1\   

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