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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 14, 1749, London, Middlesex                                S A, T U R 0 A Yi J A N u Ajbr  14*  t y 19.. EM AIM, di^]M per M. Piit lack, the Aaflo}!), Scooa, ��d dw rdmen. Wtfrtgt. both Tor bcSa SluM Arejttfl come in from tli� Wtttmsi. Wmi S.W. blow* terd. jfm EMtrmB ^ m Lilter fnm m Ptrf-mrgtii itttffignct *t ruit, ititi Jfm. J.  TbeSdi^Me lbr?i�tliflti�gCoaiacit> between Brmj^* 'aaAFrmmt, atidb�r AOia. ttm� t� talicftdb Vigour in  ctx>ponidB �i dl� Rcacinl �f 'dc Jbiricr Tteaty be-' rates FmaM aid ibr Jlei�blkk�f tb�        i^W^y  ttccu widi D�SGidbc>�i K^ilbi. The Auftrim Fartjr  at dIuiClBMi itii Aid, SmtaOQSjr iippolies Affiun being  fccded �Mi Hut VMit.d iVrviWi imca tite aatieat  StniiMitinKd, ia  a|db, tdatin;g :o tic Datiei aptm ConaodtUo coming Ja and goineos^ to be chwgdl (ot the future.  K*  cnSn p:e:cB   �r*�!, or will dclhrcr. * MeaoHal to hi* Majeft;, wbich ^mSk acqosint hini with dte coniidrnble Injuries that  bsite bccik fitfo'd. fiir a Number nS Vein patt, by the � J^nai^Qas. Jwhich-Jdie J>>tich 4tbemicl�es -heve^^talEen  nptm tkcm to mzke in the Tanff: And the Auiie Mem-  ber of the Coaocil. who is bdicved to be M. Noaillcs.  is liSvaiie drafcing ap the Form of a new TariflT. the  Maaascmcat of eke Ncgodation whereof will be Cn  trailed to ibf Amteflador which bisMoft ChriOiaa Ma  \Af fhall ftad to dw Statcs-Geacrd. arithont having  �MKb txgftA-n wlot ftaO be a^;eciated for Yorm's  Uk wnAU.Chil4vrqr> wi^o hasboea feat tp Pkria on  an odKr Srfijca tkia ^ of Comawrrt. The Choice  ir tMi  ed People.  fJalcfii fam� aafqre&ea Accident h^ppea^ M*r0ritht  �HB becvacaaud on the tztb. or at fortheft on the' aoth,  fHkea 'At Doteh Traops ire to alter; Hmmmr, and fome �  Painur: Alfn of iiacb dnivcrial Efteem aed Juthiefs of chandler, what bviw, was greatly belor'd, and died much iVond by all M* Acquaiataocc. .^Icipewt Battle whscb was to have been fought at Mr. Amphkhcasza on WcUadday next, between k fson Konrkh. and the noted James Field the is pat c*. by the paiticnlar Dcfirc of fevcrol of the ��MTiy aad Gentry, to Thuitiay the oth of Fehioary. �K Diqr after A . ^cfeday the ScSona began at the Old Batly, whan fiMKa Pri^acrs were tned, one of whom was capitally ��toed. .fobiFctftcr. for fleaUA� about a$l. in Mo-R the Psopeny of Ma-T jone*. Thtrtcea wcse call for Mafponaxion, and Two acauincd, .Ok ThoHtky John Nichalb fa B<^ aboac founceo Years glAe St. Luke in the County of Middle-fex I that in tbe Morning by tfae Molt Rei^erend his Grace Manbew Lord Archbithop of York ; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Dr. Samuel Nicolls. Chaplain in Ordinary to his Majdty, and Aflillaat Preacher lit the Temple. Tbe fame Day two Sermon* will be prcach'd at the Pariih Chuich of James Clerkcnwell, for the Benefit of the Charity Children of the (aid Pariflii that indie Mocking fay the Rer. Mr. Lendoo r and tint in the Afternoon by .the Rev. Mr. Moore, LeAurer of St. Bartholomew the Left. The fame Day two Cbariiv Sermons will be pwach'd at St. Bennet Fink, for the Benefit of Broad'Stieet Ward Charity Children t that in the Morning by the Rev. Mr. fCippax, B D. and MaAcr of the Academy in Little Tower-Street t and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Foxley, Leflurer of St. Bennet in Grxccchurch-Sircct. The iame Day will be two Sermons at the Collegiate Church of St. Katherine by the Tower, for the Benefit of the Charity School i that m the Morning by the Rev. Mr. Dc la Garde, Morning Preacher at St.John in Southwark, and Evening Leautcr of St. John the Evangdift in Weft. minftcT) and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Townley. Ledlurcr of Dunftsn in the Eail. The $zd Day's Sale. This Day, being the 14th inft. at his AuAion-Room. late the New Theatre in the Hay-Market, Mr. Foote will exhibit fume entire new Lots; confiding of a Poet, a Beau, a Frenchman, a Mifer, a Tayk>r, a Sot, two young Gentlewomen, and a Ghoft : Two of which are Ori|^iiuTs, the reft Copies from the bell Mafiers: And an Orauon ia Praife of Sight, as at Edin* burgh. Oxford, Cambridge, Dublin, and foreign Univerfiiict; with a Dance call'd Prince Eugene's March. Being pofi-Wtty the laft Time of performing it (his Seafon. This Morning at Eileven. Exetcr-Exdiange, and on TucTday Morning next. Variety of Operations for Defers of Sight, when Ml under hi; Care, proper for that Place, are hereby defired to attend.   Teiorarrow (Sunday) Half after Six in the Evening, will be continued, Exeter-Exchange, in the Orcier of a Cour^, Lectures, with Varicnf of aew Obfervadena oa the Art of addreffing. Ice. tna Eye the Argument.  Plan in this Paper of (he i7di of rbefalt   Intro4o!ccd by a Pancgyrick. &c. The Araltution, ice. both not yet given,  All Objeftions with ludgment.  Delicacy and  Order, admitted and anfwerd.  Lower Gallery free to the Ladies.   Highed reierv'd for tbe Nbhility� �rc. aad tfae SyUabui as utual. As the Merit of. LeAurcs-in Science can be known but to few, and Approbation is (^dom where there is no Interefl to comman4.it. treadng on SubjcAs where all of Diftinition and poli^ Eduratiea are Judges, and where all have an Jntercit, muU ennge many to fee him in bu Pro-fefltoo, which otherwife, from the PraAices of envious and humproui Men, they might never have had the Curiofity. to endeavour. Let the Judicious aqd Impartial then jud^c, whether (hofe Attempts are not laudable, which excite a Erfonal Enquiry into FafU ^f no Icfs C9nccrn th n the OTOval pfDefctls of Sight; in the Succcii of which themfelvcs osv Friends mty pofiibly have an Inter ell i be-caufc 'Ui pofliblethcv may want the fame Relief; and for the Rcafons above given, without fuch a ConviAion, ihey might never obtain. His Apparatus, 8cc with him. lioui'e oext Duke of MarlboroughS. Pall Mali. Hi|(h Water at London-Bridge thi, Day at }o MimKo after 6 in the Momiog, and ^7 after 6 at Night. Ycilciday Bank Sioclji wa� iztf t 4th a 1 half a 1 4th. India Stock, o  Pr c �. South-^c4 Stock, no iVicc Onto 0"     '1 hrcc Kr CcM. AADuttir*. i)* t half 3 4i(i� A f h�!f. Mittioe ak, toi i half, hqiiiivalent, �u Price. ' Royal AlTu-�MCr. ya. Lop^ou Airaranc*. �p. Englifti Copier, �n> ftikk. BifakCb^uhtion. Piteiii. India Boa^ ;4t. -Piewi. _ ;� - - For tbe Ba'^i"of lbs i\s\i\v3X*s SiDtf^   , OX and Pit lickrts fi.r CORIOLASUS, iit6i>Mnt>  A* $tr,�i�l t |. D**Hlf,�>. *> titt IWhij t iri T9^tbt Sehooiina(Vers �/OrcAt BriOfit A��f frthnd; QEOROR  R. ^ Y^EORGK the 5rcunJ; by tKc Gricc of God, VT Kinft \U Gnn Bitatii, n,nMt� a 1^ Itcliiii. I>te��4w ^ tint Iwk, tt id i� Whom th�a pn w� il^ut  <�^^ %  Mtt)t. 4. aitCl�onid�>tyindHifturr. 5. On Rkttarkh ailil'eetry. 6. On Drawiat. I'bit tht Pctitiantr htk decn at i the ftwral       af tht ftU W�ii �to ihem in the heft Mamxr | r ' f tht(aowbeiU2TClMbi.tk�L---------- ^-----------------------^ talntlni, MbliSiiBI, 9, OisKil^lpet___ to. Oa ttateaaaniiiifljid, it. IHU�rs*�lC[�iiii is.QaliMMalUfi�rf at mut EiMtt >94 nmUi ia leMWtst VV�ikiob�aw4Tew�f�w1tiVw Thii  Day �rt fubUp**i^ Xfrkt %K) THE ELkiMENTS of LOGICK. Mr.   WILLIAM   DUNCAN. rriatt4 fcr �. RoJflfy. la PJatt^ilsR; Tht S*etmd EdiUtm, wti muj M/ltimu, ia tin* ww# COLLECTION   of  POEMS. A Frintte fer R. OMflty. i� IHlKMall. Iftea, TI>eA >a�>. flint    tJ, ^/t/i /)tfy � fMiiifi�% (Prints.) CIRCE: Being Dulogues between Ulyflcs n4 his Mt*. wlita Ike* wttt itaaJbnare iat� 8mm ial.1i��'� inanet ridlcuhog Ou Vkf >* FvlUcsoir Mwlrrne. �mtmnmit cally haw moch hipaiw Bium art tiu* Mas. UraaOttie fimi Italiis, hi tht tttiTMr. LAYNC. Priate4 for R. D*ia.y. ia FaU-ltoR. tMm Aa ItaiU. b| Tb.s Day is publijb% im tw Sna, (A /mmU$r htimg asew frimid }*r tht Cmwmmig   Jkmtrti ANew   Memorandum   Book; Omfifltni of fifty-two 4p, aiiPir/�m,^J.Jt'4�/fitihBiUtmmfmt any Timt iarty tbtm $� tkt Unmfmrf'tOgtt i�Mrtmt StrHt, mitJrtftitv^ hurtft At litttt',      k�vf titJmm mtntt ffufn tit Bttti. bi JU tt tk. ttjl BiJJ.ri h �*� C*mmitt,t �f Bridgt Hm/t Lfi�M, t� Ufdm/^f tht t%th imjtmmft <'ivt 0'C/Ki im tht j^ittm-m, mf iimUhmil, iMukm, J............ Jtutmlj-fiv* Slith / Eim-fitti.r, tf Umd mmtf haif Mtetimgt,  tr thinmiutti,  �*w ijttm im tht. Bri^'Tmti, t mt lit ~     '  ~ Stulbvimrt i tt it tukeu awof. /turtttm PMjft. Whithj^id 7,\4itr mat ht/ttm im tit Brid^ Turd, mmd m*r* fmrtitmlmr l^firtMym mmj ht hmJ mt tht Cmftnlltr't Oftf, SttthwaA. X- PrCI^BRINC, OmtttmOtr, IH E BrtthFen tA ihf Anotmt and Honouiable OM ei|^ia^t�thtSyt(--- Chapter, art dalir'd to Bwet thtir^aSrU cha cSm Tu^day tiftt, at _ _______ _ othn VMEttn for d>� Yssf �i4'Wq�. Si> o'CiMit im lb� lMa�Sb    *h�ts a ""r �l4iuQ�. r Of4sr�rtheORAltO. This  is   to  give   Nttice, HAT  chrrc  will  be    M<�cIrr of _ tocraJ ot the Pco�)c who kctwif b �n by rt� �m ^ Ciaa of Ca/hlW In Rofrosin-Laitr, oa Wt>bicf4�/at la e'Ctxk i* (ha Alternoon, to confull on mttttial Afl-Mn j -  .   - T �re auw m M4 n nasy at tk: Oc� U�4cm, mm ecfir 4 k� bt > tive been ioiiir d, altj p      ;> i' ':tf    FrUj 'it jl ot Fcly i.ctt, b) reafun that ihc Account, v^tut )r� ba ii^^Aoli feotia tl.i-n he ma4ff �i Uit Kj�{'a AnBJ an Town Hh. ��icc^ M PatlicitiOii;   _ H E  Annual   Fraft of tU.-  (tcmlciufn ^ ^Mcttri �t Mr hlitStr , Ich-.'H rf II Ji.'i^ J, Hntf^aA^ -Ihite, will tx hcU �l thr t'*lH�: 1 4�crr. la IVe,-rj^;,^ Thalt^ � iiy tht it u> f�bi>i.>i)> iirii GHORLiK MFRCER.    7 , JAMIS SFAR.4NCKF.. ^ ^''^�'�* o.:l'a-Kv*,   l^uuiti ta I.    �J Two n C .k. T   

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