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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 13, 1749, London, Middlesex                                \ � F R I D A       Ja     ar y   i3�  1749. ^\It'D. tiae Ba^dnerr. Amci; Irn* Virginia. Anivcd. ^ Aaflef^ AUcn. ftvm Lifitoa. Tlic Scdipoii SIocp.' �::h rbe India SUupa, and Wtft-^dtb Weft. .A Ertrmft      m Lritrr fnm tit  Tie To�ir wkdi the Priace Sta^tli�!d�' took into FrirsJafJ bai had the defitcd E&CJ, his Serene Highnds havins deunntatd the Difpiura bctwcm the S-a:es of th.it Provititc and the MagtStam tjn the (Kie H.and. and ikcft between the Barg^eri and c&e Peatants oa the * 4Xkcr, �'ith wittth fcater Faciltt]r than �at exprcttd. � As Thiogs 'VV^        iikrMrite ia m bxr Wajr ct b:irg * brought to iCB Arc>ngly apop a fatisfaaory  Anfwer to the'ClHa|!laints which he has made of the  Condttft OatOatralBn^n obfcrvcd when      Auftrian � Troops were in the Territories of his Re| As � hitherio he ha* receired no Anfwer but what has been  couchrd in loofc and cqoirocal Terms and not at all iattsfaflory, it's very^och apprehended left this Affjiir  flioold occafion a Mifundcrftanding between the lin|jcnjil  Conit and that Rrpnbliik.* L     O     N      D      O     N Tie filU'W'^ ufatd ttit m grmmat Ctfj if m lau itai^tJ Jddr,/,. * Wc yoor If^ydly's mtA datsfal and loyal SubjcAs,  Oumcelloc, M�ftcn and Scholars of tfce fojvcr^ty ^ " of-, bci^ powerfully cklSed upon by tr.c fcjpjv Re-eAab'ifhmcat of Pobhck Tranquiiity. b-^ i cair. t thankfully, to ap^r<�ch yt^ur Sacred Ftiibn, urnJci God,  theGirer of this mraluabic �tr�ing : h i< cqu^}]/ a Pic?.  fare to rtcoUtrt. and Juftice to acJ:BOwIct!g;c. rha:, froiu  the aowe-uicd Diavcry of your MkjcRy's IrcLi}-, and  yoBT own Royal Wifdom and V'tgilanre. we l�a�c not  wawcd. under the fad Ncc�ffi:y of War. co. ft.^.^t and  iurc Hopes of � hanoorable Pfsce.   Voi:r L'i<:vcifity  largely p.uakirg of this atenfii-;: Bcarji',  in d inljl  Return, preiTes-hcr m\t^ fervent fr-*jcrs to tfac Suji-cnic  Peace-Mikir, that the nt  to the Waitntb oi Voetb ; that �hde wc are djfcbavmg  a resfocib!c Daty, we n�ay x'fo tender an �v.i*x^'S?  Service to ycu, 5>ir. ojr cjHI gracious Prince, urbo lia>  Picafure in ihc Piofpcriiy cf bis iVorSe.' The Icdiiftry, C>pt- Cox. IromCaro.ina for Nc^r-Vork. is laS nearCcisey-Iuattd. The Crew was laved ty i)ic CJumuBg Molly. Capi Orfmond. bound for thai Prov;nc eKh at bis Hoafe in BartlettS ^ut.ding*. Om Wcatadilay died at his Houfe in Church-Rcw, HampAead. TbtNaat jencKir. Efq; one oi hi> XUjcStt S Jufticcs of the Peace fcr the Cocnry ol S>..Jilei.% Vcilerday dted Mr. Morgan, ua cu^ti^cn! Ejcc^ac��-Bf oker of this City Oto Wodncfday Ntgbt. about Nicr c"Clock, a C crtir.tJ �ho was oa Daty ax Whitehall, wai tlruck bhad by the iMftrgning. m waa Mr. SaSc'i Apprentice wbo was in iht Boa; aB4 wasdrowcied with i^im, a&J cot hi^ Soa. *-t>o i^o'. the Briber after b^m ia aacthcr Beat, b.t boi itL'.t: ti^ five hii Father, who goicg ihrojgts BrtJ^c lUmLJ^ng m h.> Boot as he idcd to do, turc'J ro..i:d �r.^ lald hi Son tj e-e Wat a great S)  ihxc-c ^tilowt, ufto rchad hlHl of ^ V\ i:<;L Acd Jdor..y   �ud CiwC cti atf^.'- tki$. t itW^ tcwviiCi i.;  . On Wcdnefdajr the Smith for (Ualing Rnackets from fe^tral Do6rs in C'rofvenoV-S.^uarc, was whiptat the Cart's Tail nnrad ^he fhid Square CjiitM4it)^, y*u. ti. On PridiV laft 6311b. of Tea as feia'd by Mr. Collins, -Excilc-OlKcer of FolkiUne, bttwccu Denton and W  hit Majelly's Sloop the Pore opines (he had a Signal of DiHrcfs hoiilcd on Board: for on Sunday about Twelve o'Clock^ a( the Back, of the Ifle of Wight, (he tnet with a violent Storm of Wind, and was driving on a Lee' Shore; (he was obliged to let go three Anchor:, a-hcadv which they found would not pre\-eDt her from driwngj on which they cut them all away, and Jikewife their 'lop.^ailt; and the W^nd fpringing^ TSp^To tiie Southward, JtbVie them from the Shore, or o'.hrrwifc thry mnlt inevitably have peri(hed.   The Bilii- mcre Sloop of War came from Plymouih in Company, but parted with 1 hem in a hard Gale of Wind on Saturday Ni^Kt, and has not been heard of fincc. iiriJgt'uafer, 'Jan. 2. Laft Saturday died in il.is Town the Rev and Learned Mr. johi) Moore, A.M. FaJlor to a confiderabie Congregation of Protellant Dilfcntcrs here. He fuccecdcd his worthy Father about thirty Ycare fincc : and kept a privaie Academy upwards of iitiy Years, vviih Reputation and Sacccls, and to the great Benefit ot this Place. Off.ce of Ordnanet, Jan. 10, 1748. Whereas fcveral inaccurate ami faulty Prints ol the Edifice defign'd far the Firework, on Occafion of >hc Peace, have been laie'y pub'iihcd, and others arc advcr-iifcd, by Pcrfons ncttlicr fuihcicnily inlltudUil or projvily anthorifcd to peiform the fame: In order thm/orc to prc�Tnt any further Impofitioo on the Publicl;, tlijj N'tnirc i� given by hi? Grace the Mailer CJeiicrnl and the Principal Oflicers of bis Majcfly's Ordnance, tiint rorrert Flain, ProfiU and FUvauons o� the Edilicc, and a coiiiptcte Vic*v of the Fireworks, together with a full Explaii-uion o( the wbolr, tvill be publilb'd under thilr Dtre>.'Uon, and by their Authority, and that timely Notice thereof will be giien in this P^ipcr only.   By Order of tlic Ho'td, CHARLES   BUSH. Ncx Sundav will be tv.o Sermons at the Colleg.iate Chuich of S . Kfithcrinc by the Tower, for the Ilencfit of ti.c Cl.aiity Scl.o d ; that m the Morning by il�e Rev Mr. De ia Ga-Je, .Morning Prcaclicr at Sr Joiiii i.i> Souihwnrk, ar.d Evcuiig Lc p of i'crcrborojgli; sad thai in the Aftcrnooit by the R.v. Mr. Smith, LcCijrer of St. Giles in the Fitids. 7 o be coiuinued on Sunday Evening next, H.df after Six, Fjtclcr-Exchjnge, in *he Order ol a C ourle, J.rflurrs, uith V aiitiy of ^c^v Obfervacions on the i\ti of aJdreffiiig, the Eye the Argument.   Plan in tlijs l'4fH:r of the In induced by a I'anr^yriik. \S�c    Ihc Ixtili not yet given,   All Cbje^lioni _ l-'tlcacy   and   Order,   adiiiiited  and anhvcr'd. J.ovnr Gallery (\.e to the l.adici. Iligliell rcfcrv-d fu the NoUduy, and ilic S) Uabui ns ulual. As the Merit of l.ritures in tjciciicc can be known bi.'l 10 few, anrf Approb.ili 'ii is feldoni vvhorc tln're n no Intcrell to cc'iiimiKv! i;, !irn;irjj on Siil-jcc'ti where all o' Dilliiic'lion ami polite Eiucadoii arc Jmlgea, and �hce all have an intcrell, niutl ei'S-'Rc many 10 fee him in hi!. P/o-fctlion, wTiuh o'hrrwile. ff ni the Pruiliccs cif rnvioii� and hujayiou> Alt", tley nn^jhi iicicr hatfc had the t uriufuy to eiiiiiai'our. Let ihc Judicii'us and linpanidl thcij jud^c, wbetiicr (hole Atccciipf arc i^uc laudable, wliuh rxciie n peifonal Fuq-nry ini.> l-ai't� of no Ifis Concern th.in the itcinjtal o! biltOh of Sight; in the Succcfs of which ihcui rib'cs ar hiicudt ni-y pufliUy have an Intrrcit ; be-Ciulc 'ill jodiblc (hey may want the fame Relief 2 and for the Ri-a'ons above ^iven, �^'l(hou( fuch a Conviction, they niight i.i>-cr ()b:ai:i. I'ucfdays and Saturdays, Variety of '4)(�rauun., Lcdurc Room. Houfe next Duke of Marlborough    Pa'.l-Mall. 1 he j/d Day": Sale. Tomorrow, being the 14th inft. ar Lis A es; wuii a DaiKc calld Fri-ce Eugene's March Being pofi-tji.iv iiie Ui! licie ol pcrlormmg it (h>> Srafoo. J Leieire Letters in I'own from Stockholm and Warfaw, ji.fo. ai'.ii^ ili4t the Lifv- of jl.e Eail of Stair lately pubWlh'd here, ar.d decimated to hn Royal Hi^hnefs the Duke of C ii-ubriUiid. has luenidmird t�oih lor the Mafterly Ob-ftfi;.ti.'in Oil tl.e.Af��i;: 'ji Lh.irlc- XIL and King Augullu�, and for the Lifcoxcri, c� a ^Mejt VViakncfs la onc ofM de Vo!tiirr's b.d Pcrlornuncc , bjt Iroin Paris, we bear, th:s U1I Ii.c.den( la� difi'blijj'J foiiu- great Mea, who, never-(hrlcft. with (he utrooU Attention have read the dvinff Welds cj Itv isXIV to LcuisXV. and hav( dccUr'd of -ho iaft. Aop:icaii,>n. &c Wiih   J u'giiiLnt. tiwir SatitfaA'on with the Jufttkcft bf the CharaAcr of tie ytoung Chevalier. PotJle"* excellent Diet-Drink, or Reft jrative julep, ih.li will infallibly cure the lCin|j"s Evil, Leproff, Scurvy, and all fcorhuiick Humour', which has bt^cnfotd at l(ltn|^ton upwards of lilty Vears with great S\*vccl's ard Rtputaupis. is now prepar'd and fold only by Mi'� Strah PooicMrrand* Daughter, at the Sail tjloth Manultdory, reiir the New Wells, Goodin.nn'n Field?, at { s. a Qjiui, as lifual. rh> Bill 4r4Wi M .ir,J'. t.t*ti^rf, t^t^iijH T^ifJ^ ft it l^, w.�./cr 7>t lit. ed.     _^___ High Water at Londoc-Bridgn ibis D�y at 40 Minutes after ^ in the Mffcnintt, ' ni^d ^ nfjifr 6 at Ni);ht. Yc(Verd�y Bank SiocU was 1*7 5 ^dw 1*8 i 4th. lnd>a Stock, no Pric�. South-Sca Stock, no Price. Ditto Old Annv.iiici, 101 { 8ths a } 4ths. Ditto New, 101 1 4*.ii. Bunk Annjitie* i;^'*. t�o Price. D (to i;*7. 97 t half a S 8 hj. Ditto Lottery 1747. 98 1 balf. Bank Aniiuiiiet 74". Three per Cc..t. AunL'ines 91 1 half. Million Panic, joi I half. Equivalent, ro Price, lloya) Airur.tnce, 7�. London AlVanncc, lO. EnglilU Coojperi no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan, no I'rice. Bapk (..trciiiation, 3as. 6d. Prcin. India Bonds, 141. A tji. Prem._      '__.' ITTAN's eminent Ncr.votis Drop.s lor the Ciireof eonvn ftvr Fnii, KpiVpfuj, tnri K�'|io| SkkMfv Ofiljlial*A .1^ A' the Me.ul. fUOrrKk', V�(<�un, Fuminn^ *nii''L�ii�nt6 of S^tlL Palpltatiun Trembling ol the Hctil, t rrmMint ( th� NtlVtl, sm �II ntrvoui I. nii.pliints in Men,'Wcnite>HiU | st the Q,t�en UiM^ Iwthi HnJ > Tnvthip, in Orarfchutrh S>trret ( tmi *t Mrt. Cf��f�-If�S, ! tlie OoMrn >'�n, St. (jniri 1 Sticst, m-lgJii^ Kt. Juitl** I'Jjfr.   Price ji. each llottli-, with U^ietiUuio,___ South-Sea Iloufc, London, J.in. is, 1748.:; ''T^ H E Curt n/ Oir.rfcn 9/iht Stt^tt-Sftt Ctetfnnjf gilijt X N'jiK.', thnt n Gintrai Can't ef tbt fnid Cji^tanrf tt/7 he held lit th,ir Uguf* in Tl/itftinteMi-Sirttt, tfaffnij-i/,iy tht igtA iti/lwif, at Jf/if/ii I'lf tit ftnnevn^'Jtr tte'Vur-p'lt of iif.'Li'inf a Di^^i'ifd'aTthf 'ir^:�gT.a^'tttt SttiHf ihi faU Company ftr tht Ualf-Ytnr indtfg ati'Juipmttihp^ \.\.   Pcrlons  tliat have tnttr'd  fiT hi4 MijfOys SI. p OurbnJ, are dcfireJ to irpaircn licarj immrA* at.'\, .-Ihrrviik- tlirv w)iri�e difnitvl'.ind trrated ailVtit^Ti, Mir. tii'.lcs ai till- 1."m-'j1;iJ Dillct, Ins a Wfl'il to tj'{e thfin ott tMard, and c i'r| tiitin tn tlu- .Sli.p  -�ril Camplcni-Cjtwnaodsr,. aS Is-iif .1 tj iri't i\ii Tuvl^.ty nc�t, tho i^fh inlUni, sl NIne'o'Clock In tVi- Mmiiinp, .It till- KJii^'-i Arn� Taxfrn in LcHitwrJ-Ssttet, tod>afu!t i'll |irnpoi MwAiiis to h9t.i!c(n lof tht Jpcejjf irc^irint the Wsg�sski I'tii-cMonry dur to thern,   Fi^uire for No. i.__�' i^/./*��/(�a� 6'W.if, Jan. 11, 1748.- Wjhl FR liAS divis Uiirglari s� Oiitrn,^, and bilonlfts, li.ivc Intdj- been comBiittty ondcavouring ij apple-htiid the I'eil'.'iis I m�n'I ill the faM Hui jtaiy ; 'I h irfiir t^ l, have irfuivM, jnd duheijh)' prvnule a Re^irtiiil o( J'waniy Ciiiiicin (ever iiihl iihijTc ihe HrKaid ;ill.i�>'d hy Ad of IVi-Iiati rni) hir a l)^fon^'ly una 01 nioie Peifui � Pi-rton, �ko toBi-mitic.l the fu d Burglaiy. tluit he or tliay nry b� li-i*liv pmvtdrd ituiT-ot j (II if .my ot ihc l'^i'lon> ci/iiciii'o ll.eicin uill difojvcr hi� Ai.rnipliie or Arromi'Jurj, (  ilunt lir �ir ihty nviy Ic fO��ii ho ftall Mulce fiirh Hifiovrrv. j Artit .If jn Kn>'ouiJ{;nnrtit ("of I'ucb 15tf^.orcIie^, Mid to hiiHi; the 'Ot-r-nJiv, to juHitc, the fsid VcftryiMn (iiul i'onmitTumcii io iwRtijr I'loii.llr i fiirthrr Rew�;d i)f JV^niy Omncaj (Wei jfld dbnve .fha /Vllov�.ii>ci- l'M fkalt U> c..iiiniif!cd 111 the (aul I'xii-h within the .SfKt �if fnUi Mrnltu neat �n-1.111)', i'l l'i-|>iil hi lliir 1 i' ifuier al>'>\r.n^'in'd, fo fiit'D J) h�, the ut Ihi), thuU U I< i^jII) i. nxu'lcd tltareuf.   Ry Older of tJie K�an', _       i  SP ANC.EK. thr k 1 N (i  s   r 111- A T K K in thti A V  M A n K lU', Tenioiiuw.  beinf th� I4lh inAaar, will be pcr'ofin'd ( I'ninic Open, c ut t�^.|h ip| >ci'^ liijl P'<, *i ih� llitu:* lO tht Hay* M�ikil, ai 'laii a ' < iimra c' eSI>IIv^s- fly    n�   M A J E .S r V 1   Cinfti��J, Nn fed-.u wliitmrr   lo   be >dii>.i(ri l�;h'n4 l^.e Scrim. Ihcliiilriy will tic oiwnd at Fou, o'CW'U, I'll ini &ix(l at fiwt. _T"    lir ">�ncw at till f:irr.c H'jur, at hii Huuu ^-f polite it.r (.V'k ��i Maixiret-Stlcvl j ^lii-T be ctntinuet lu draw {'ifluiei m ChiD4-lnk ai ufiul. In thi| C^cr-iriK> LaOurc the Hhtenomciu uf the Ha veil - Mi>un will Ic expUiii'd: Mjft Tomorrow Evening tbsNatare and Cautr tf %u\tt aiid Lunir Eclipln. On Monday next, the i6ch indinl, at JR��ttinjelJ'� Co IIwift la ILnt.rtiaSuect, Cuvm-Caidcn, at iis in ttkt Enenlnj, h  ti^n^ of the Planrti will be (a mstrfntcft ao4 ctt'lain'd, thit ' 'cntlcmcn who have not Itud.cd AltniK>iii| Ltt^artJinay, bj' attenduir tbele LeQurcs, .uquire a diftintt KnowledM  nc Siullirf at tfce Fat f�f nth Ic/hirr, ALL PfrfoMS inilrbtcil co the Kflate of CHISTOPMER COCK, late of the PwiA of St. Paul 0>r;av Gai.lrii, tikihiuu.r, dcct:.ii'd, (ic hereby iei}\iirc  ('>i,rf, MiMU limtl', I.4ind9n, who ii U|atly ctnpowtrcd 10 iccdx the fame, or thiy will be fo , are l,kc�il: dttired la fend mi A<, t Woadrofle, hte of PantonSnft-t. near L�wu(ce> FWldl, VBholde/, dci;ra> d, br have any af hi* ElfeAi 10 ci^nr ''>-id>, arc defir'tf 10 pay and drIKw lh� fame 10 Mr*. Wuixhoirc, lot V .J^� and EzMtilrii, m Pantjr-Strrei afoicfald i And alt Kifom �hi� hate �Of Demands � th �nu of (ht itam to hu M ��KUiru, in didtf to iUiiK>^ Iri!^ W '   

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