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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 9, 1749, London, Middlesex                                IJ. -k.t 4 ��I -Bi Li '� ..^ V' i,.,ii�'itfiniiii>u.. nut nuyttiCt to hik M^'(^%S*Ht>itvn� iT^m^'m rdiitig^ &c. r.�ch>^^^ tTpit* ^SmTIW t from fln^.H�ii(e or.lktWNgi'^r & �ik| Sn�� 5^ 5 eine .the Birth-Dqr of the reigning Queen, the fame cdebraiwd here with creat Magntficmcc. and all pod;b!e Demotadialiaal dfjoy. Th^e ate fcvcn Sliips. now lyuig. in thta Road fCady to put to Sea, viz. two for Tranqnefcar. two for Mtna, and .thTM f ominions for cattm^Ssg Cwmawc^ has beraiftteei.- Mhiiy rich Stikrchanta-LnFferw. ya�l p,'' A Qinirftr 8? ji;ik��.i ihtt 'the Place bl t^rftnrrticr in tha Ad nitiiflratloa of Affair) yiS\ bs fuppltcd by thie :C<6uiit ( J""- '4- Serene HighnciJ fa^ ic^eiwed an Expiels Uvm the Baron Burmania at Bruftds, and it ha� fince been reported, that the Dii&cvltiea whacV ara�c abunt the ulterior K\acaattoa>. hate been ^apftly ^dhdcnuieiy teoKHW^, infoniuch that ibc) wiU be agaiq tismcdiaifSv  proceed upon. .'     i By Ycficroay-'^ Puft came auchcftttck Let'cis f���n the North, which brought an Account ot che Negocusion of � Treaty of Defcpi^Ve .Mluucc being cpoii the Las pes be-t^vccn the Fn.pjcij of Ruiila, the Euip.eH Q_is:aa. And dio Kiqg qf Grca; firicmi.-^^, ior (naiacaiuag tlic Pca^cc of tltc .K Vi ' 'Vnna, to fee wt^r i: rcxuarkuLte, and att(;r%�anf< to i^aLcai '.Tour toEngUiud. L     O      N      D      O     N'. p tir, Kurn^hc, ChrilU^n I^xa^ples above ' taentkin'd, ihii uMiitjr baring relieved nebt- ninety Pai-ticnis fittcc May .kift, cifyhieh, ud^ the .||en�rat tiiatc of the'ftofpiral, a tnore full ana-partlcula^ Accouht Will in a Ihor^'lMM b*��hihi^:tO'the PuMick.     - 'ihn Mr.i LacXm � wl^ iDeatb wasvmenuWd in the PuVlick Papers In July'laft, wusMr. John E^cUit of ttte ,$tnu�d, and- not^hls Brother. Mr. luac Lacam of Pulf-Mc9 I and to pretent futore Millaket, Mr. Kiaac Lacam 'liar pet'hts Matte orcr-hjs Door. Between Two and Three o'Ctpck on Saturdaiy Morning a Fife broke oat in the WorkOiop of th� Widow Tindal, a Cooper.- in New-Street, nt^r Shadwell-DiKk 1 which in a ihoit Tinie coofitmed the fanUTi With a great Part of the J>welling, ac^ four HouA)* ndjpining,. beudes damwrng fevcnl' othen. Jofenh Wells, a Jattmeyman to Mn.Tiadal. tWough whole Ncgligfcnr�|.the Fire is (aid to ba occafioncd ( c being in Liquor, and lying in Shof^ pcrilhcd in the Flames i and a poor Man aflillint; to ptdl dawn a Wjtll, it tcU upon hi^n, ttrokeboth hii Legs, and otherwile fo much bruifcd him, that 'tis thought he caanot live. Vcfictday Morning early a Fire broke out in- Mint-Street, at a Baker's, almoft oppplite St. George's Church. Southwail:..whi(h confumed that aitd abbut ievcn others before it could be cxtinguiih'd. Oa Satoiday was purchut'd, and plsy'd at the Pariflt of Sc. Olive Harx-Street, near Tower>Hill. a large Fire-Engine, made bv Mefl* Netvlham and Ra�gi 10 the general Satu&Aton of the Inhabinati. On Friday Night, about Twelve o'CIock, a Gentleman ia his Chair was robb'd going from St. Jamil's, near thu BluePofts in Old Bond-Street, of Fifty Guificas, his Sword Watch, and Hat, by three Footpads. - And oa Saturday Nighr three Foo'.padi knock'd down the Watchman at the End of Berkeley-Street, PiccnJilly, and left him for dead, and afterwards llopt the Earl ot ScarboTuugh's Coach, which had no Body in It; ihcy flopi three other Coaches, and robbed all the Palfen^ers in them. On 'Satardajr Nj^t two Men iiuairjtHing at�th^ VPpei EiJ of St, J�mj:�*> Street, one of them, nyhofe ^amt^asi GiSiboo. h�d hii NofealinoU cut ufT. �ad m4>.' Awbb'JivvMti Th^ jiil, Dai^V Side.. Thi> Dut; ai\bri AUOl *R  e H�f. Marke^^ JMJ. tgjli; CJ�h"Wi.fSfH�^�jiiT^lJNj�^^ confiftirf ofa Poet, a. B^ |i FrtMh^.  Mitnk^ 'I'wo of which are      ' Mallen; Andlm Oration in Pmile of J>tttt..tts at �Hin-bffrgii, OjtfipiRr. C^wbrtdf*, !>iihitn. (iiTdf*�remn^�ja��>i Wilh 4 0�ti t^^^^^ iheHoyMarkevrilrt Klirk'st Chjti'iftfe-Crftft  and'of thft W Nlcholis El. #�t.H*r jM Faftor.-,    f . - Ji^hrt ,$inti;t,^ of.&t, Ltonard Shwcdiftlf Wilnam Cooko. Uteof St. Alba^Sw-^ntboiiy ,Bradley, of HnlIfReld in Dtitbyfhlfi;^ Satuiday Qai�k bwcit.tyaft >(t6.$a\ .Price.  South-Se^ Stbckr^inoTcict.. .fiiici. ibo I 8th a I ath.  Ditto New* 101. Bank 1 tiths a 97- Thr�e Cent, himlmik^mii Mtakt 101. t half. Equiyaltnt* aoiPric*. Jn. Loildot) AlTdiairee, '^fiHitu ,vB�|^ift�V fit*.: /flank. Ct�  ap- iuto his Urcall i  he b/i the iatae m.nitfi leveral Inches Vciterday cxpihtjg. 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