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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 19, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The D^ily Advertlfeft kit mb. 56s J. T H U R S D AY,   Ja^jijary   19,  17*9. 13 your P.'tpcr ha? been alwnys well, icco.vcd and tiicouirgt'd by ihc Citi,':rn<; of I ondon, 1 cuijhot tbt-br bui ) ou vjll rrisAly (avour iT.C wih 1.11 (^i-poraiiiit)- ccnvep^g niy Ti.ouvti.ts to the PaUick on n Mafcr ih.tf t'C-;Iy concern.', the ir-c liKcrcJl sr.d r.tjre Wilfarc of ' r a Cunfid-liilo iinic great Niunii^ers of injured and ai/lrrU'd Traders, Inhabitants of this Li.y, have affcmblcd iogeihrr at tl\c Exper.cc t*( llicir 1 ir.ic and Ftmiincs m order to confidcr of tlic moll cfrcOii-d Mr.im to prevent the Injuries thi.7 duily rcctivc fioni the pcriuciu-.i� Pradicc  f Hawking and Pcdling in tliii City. By the Diligence Ind AnxJciy of ihofc who nrc endeavouring at fomc Re'.ic!, it is evident that their Sufferings arc hard and E^c^oos; twt for want of proper Method and Order in their �ir!l fetttng out,' by fwffettbg the Schemes of other J*eoplc tobc blended vVithiiid'lperpleA their own, atd tUcrrby,rcnd*rinc Jbat confufcd, Awhivk Otlierwaj* would appear very rational ^ Und inttllfgible*' they hive hitherto failed of ih�t Proftxift l�r Suctef:..' wh*h frtim th* Cirenm�anee� attcntling their iCafcilwq' mittht Kdftinably hope for. At laft. wTtli.ii� finall Weafure, I obftrve they iave fctodght thtir Ufid^mking into a reguhr Chimnel. and hive "Wcly fotiSi for Shelter fend Prbteftion from the Ltird M�Yor,'A)wTtath arid Conimoii-CounciJ, who being their ReprefcidAtive*, cannot fail of giving them all poflible iKSf^ncei^nrtd v�h�relnflaence(, jirOpcrly exerted, muft �dd fuA^Weight to thcir-Application when made to Higher Powpn, �� rauft give them a comforiable and almofl Tore i>roil^ of Relief. . Ais the'Efatfe. of the City tjf London it chiefly witldn its^WQ'90ttsdarics; h Muft flcpcnd on the Ihtiabitaors, ihjeTiTcateil Number of whom are the Retail Traders; fo trvy Meaforc that tends to difcourage or oppreft them, � IhotMd be tnrcfolly atiended to, and tha moft effeaual Re-nie4j| fMfdiiy appbcdi fot if they ciinnot be fapportedaa cfa&� .Tr^e,' they will defect it, tlic fatal Confc^iWPOpji Btttndintf which niuft be Decline of Income to thr Cha:a-bitMy thelDccreaifB of its Members, fncrcafe of Ta*e�oa thv^maihder, wilh a Tiatn of othet.gtkvou* Circuw- Ifljg'K'cKiH Ttatlctt do more immediately depend on SiWatJo^" tliafi tiic Wholefile, and in general pay virry l�rg*'X^ y ihofc wiio contribute nothing, many of whom UR^tlte Ipwdl and ti^oll abandoned of the Comnvunity ;' Wl�Ahis cannot be right, this fljould not be fuiFertjd. "The prefcnt'AiV for liccnfing Hawker* and Pedlcrs h*s left^tKo Retail T>1id , grants,, or held to a Fine (as is the Cafe of tbofc who have noit^). tiipuijgh l-*ia under no Doubt but he whod�v� with al^BWt AxUaC is exprefly excepted under the yety Ati iiiB$tli$nxnt that granu it, may and fhould be conftdned ti\'**fttron taring none. This therefore T apprehend nji^'ji'^upiiBveiiwd under ,tl)ic prcfent Power of the Magi-flracy. .The fticosd it the Claufe in the A�i that gives free Li-beny to Manuf^'i^ur^rs to hawk or vend their own Guod� from J>oor.|0 ^Door, or otherwife, by their Childnen, Savants or Agents, who, under Cover of the Word Agent, can and do protcA �rcr^ Perfon who deals with them, or nakes it their IiiterclV'fo to do. The third is anoiher Cldufc in the Aft, allowing all Markets 10 be free, and thereby gifing an Opportunity to every Pcrfun, even Vagrants, to vend what they pleafe, and thereby fupplant the jndufttious fair Trader ; This, howevei-ueceft'ary in Country Markci^Towos, where their Situation migjit render it very difficult to get at many Things tlut ' mr ufeAil and neccflary, couJd never be intended lor the Mait^dk of this City (which is itfelf a Market with regard to Maiuifa�lute:> for the .whole JCingdom} and mail ihcxe-fere be di-ftgn'd for Pmvifions only. � The two lafl are fuch as can only be remedied by the Legjflaiurr, and fcem to have been jVJifbki,. vf CoDle- chcarfully and i>v�itiiy under their Influence and Protcdlion s it i^ a Matter 01 |;reat Moment, tljat truly concerns and becooies them to Utcrpofc in. The piffeni Members of ilui gtcaxJiody aro feroarkable for tlieir Integrity and Abilities; ilicy 4javc oi late eminently dttUugiiifh'dthemfvives in the Cauic of Liberty and their Coumry j they have done many good 'f hii.gs for this Cityi there is no Doubt but the faniu .4rdour *�d 2cal ivijl create an lixertion in Defence of their Con-flitucnc, as the Suoccfs of the retail Tradt-rs li fo cfid^ntly  o-vaiiqp, tlm if I'uR'ct'd to continue without a Kcmedy, it will (like (he Cancer in the Dody Natural) prey 00 the Political Uody, till it confumes and deilroys its Vit^dj. I am, yours, .�ITraJrr, Frieman, ar:J I.iwrymaa e/l^onDOH. Deal, 'Jantinry j 7 TH E  Outward-tound Ships ai per laft, remain. Wiud W. by N. Yeilerday arriv'd the Mail from lIot.i.ANi> due on Friday lall, Pfttrjhur^, D*c.        The Emprcfs has piren Orifers, i^fliat'30000 of ber Trooj^s tlxat are quaitcr'd m the NcgU-V boutl'.cod oi N'ovagiod, together with a coniiderable Uody �f CoiT^ckj, may be ready to narti) jpou liic �rilNuiiic, IBlcud�d b/ a coafiicXiiblc I'tain of Aridlcry, a ^rujcr Number of Gjppcr�. and 501 Horii? The Magnaine* iii firUnd arc alto ordcr'd bs. curfiJcrajly ao^intn.c I. Ifcr fmperiil M^jrtl)* has rikcvv;fe cnj-iiid ilie iieiiutc to pr'er )KCb Ri-cruits to' rsiinj immediate y j �iid bc-fides the t*o ^v?cn of War, four Frigates, and tvvO o h:r aim J V i'lJeiK, winch are kq t tit to put to Sra to cx.^viu; tie Saiion. tie Adiiiintty i� orJerJ to iit out, not only a;i the licit of Men of U a' .md G.illcys in t.Se i'o ;s ui C'ontl-uii, ilivil, and I' e^cuclbam, as loon as the Scalnii v\iU j.-cr:.n:. but ailo >o t(/iiipioio a� Toon ii;- p  ;libouriiig S.a; r!al which thcEarl of Sandwich prcfentcd 10 thtir High Ml^'^kifiv-i, upon his taking bt.ivc of tlK-tn.  Dutieg the Jlpacc of two Vcars, which the undcr- * flgn^d has beeir Aftibjfiador from the King his Mailer to * vour Hif^h Mtghtincflcf ,< he h.Hs bad the . Satisfi^Aiun to * be-conwncnl by Mriklng K*amplcs,  ;�M�'� only the * Inicrcfi, but (even the P.aideiice �f idc Maiitinie I'ovtcri * depend upon their l^niou. ' The Enemies of Libdfty vainly flaHcrcd thcnifofves ' svith finding an Opppituniiy to execute tticir favourite * Proj.-^l of giving,Law 10 �Urop*: they thoaght iltcir ' feducing Difcburles, which p^Naps'have Qor at way� itiec * with unfavnunbl< Auditors, would take iijTthi; puhruk ' Attention from' tht MisfiKtunci which tb^rcatcvcd the * i^aiion and its natural yUies. * This Mctliod not quins fuccceding, thej' endeavoured * to divide Ailicf, wii��hen the JEnomy � at was at die Gates t>r     Rie^p�lb*�cfe:. * Ir. vait^ virere four Yeats-e   Pacificatidit   As fboti^M^ ^ngui^Bl ind  Ijep^ the famelaiiguaga,^ ^j�d unitcfd in tlf^ fijine Views,  they ren^er'd thcmftiive* inhnStel^ mpi* torihidaUltf, than ' wheo, their I''prcc� yfcre entire, aiid the Enemy at a  Diftance from "ttieir Proniiew* 1 * This Example, and^ovcra! xJtlwh      Hyf Ikme KjnJ  which ftruck nitc du(ii|g tjt^ C6ctti Of aif;MiBiftry with  your High Mig��iiieii*4i #flre .||)J^te{f ft> mo as ffo  many Dcmonftratitwrtf of |he aoficnt fiytteirt, which fup-  pofes a flnft Alliance and iufej^arablc Uniod betwixt  Gi^^wBritsUn �n^'ihi3;Rvpablick.   FrOift the lODre or  Jeii laS^A^'of tbeJu,M*xi'ns, which I loo'c,0j?5>^ �* � facretl. and iwhicb lhall always ferve ai a Mtilis^fOr iti)A  Condud, Witt Jl^odtlie Safety and Profpent/ of two  powerftil P^oplt,*^ who haVc dipfendcd fp onciti and with ' fo much S>^uccels,''t)teir own Ltbcft}^.an'a that of the rdt  of Europe > ..' ;     . * 'Tis wivh the moft-fchilblc Pltafare, tljgh aod Mighty  Lords, that io taking Leave^^dfyotif High Mightinelfes, ' I folemnly declare, by rxprcfs Orders-from the fCing ' my Mailer, the ,firm Rcfolu(iO|i> h�-;ir in.,     cultivate  with all poifible.Care th> gti&d Uii^erilaniim|j| Which  adlually reigns between hisMajeily andyo^rRep^'bHck. ' r cannot think of ending this Dtf pl�, the  Liberty of the Empuc, and that of all Europe. ^ There's no more rown* to fear, that daugfiouji^iec*-*- dents and the Suggcfliutis of pri^'ate liMciKft, fa fa.t^ tp  the Publ>�.k Good, lbou|d p/evail iu t)t(s State, foJonv  asa Prince cndow'd with fo iiwsjy'Vittues, and dcftu^ivdrtl  from a Raca qf liciota, swhoi^: d >inguiQi'd.CharaL'ter m ' that of haviSg alwa)-:) fought tut Liberty, is invcfled  with all the Honours and aU the Aothoticy or t.i^ ' . ii  Torteriry. * This Q}�ange is ^n Eatncll df a favourable I ime Co ' come. 7'licreforr, !cavio� what is pJifcd, and tv.'thout ' entering in o Comparifons, which coula not i^tl of  being odioui, let me bo pet'muicd, i^igh and Ali^hty ^ Lords, hear-.ily to congfiiiuiaie your lii}'^ Miglitn^cllio  upon on c:ver:mriiiD(abic Event, wbith bu> prcferv'd this ' Kcpublitl; from Us approaching Huiu, and which has  pas it in a Condition to make itfelf a^ain confiici'd upon  the Footing of one of iIjc molt po*i.r/'ul Nai*o..� ol ' Europe. * Nothing more rem^i;!*, Higb and Mighty Lord,', for ' mc to do, after liavintj dcbvcr'd iiijo your Uaod) t.l.e ' Letter fiouk the l^iuK my Matlir,  which cooiaun the  fame bcntikikcnt:. that 1 hu\ c the Hono i to exprdi to ' your .High Mightindics, but to y.ivc you iitv moll lium  Die Thanks for all the Marks of Ucnevolcnce and l'd\ojt  which 1 have reteiv'd from you, during ir.y Krii.lencc- i.i  thefc Provinces, abd to dcfire y ou to acccpi of ilic llrungi it ' ^uranccs of the molt lively Graviiude.   Aa a ioi.m uf  tlii� Gratitude. High and Migh;y Lord), 1 prop'^fe 10 ' pcrfevere ail uiy Litic time in iho e Principles which ' appear to me to be the moll proper to ihcw ii>y Aitacli-' inent to the luccrclt of this Rcpublick * I Ihali by this Mc-.ni luvc the double iJa'i .'a^fhon. to  telUfy to your ili^U Mijihur.cllcj the jjentiiiicnts wduh  animate mc, and to tt.ink of the Maimer whi d Vvi\crd.>y h\; waited b% his Maj dy at St (t>-.,o>'f.       , ViihrJiv ftiivcd ai r\>^r, from Porcfmoulh, thti Vtv\--.-\i'ini-.1 V.!; .ir. in hi� j-ili's Ship the Captain, w.l^ mriv.d tlic'i- I'l.n A- m.iih. We h.ar lioa iihcfitrto'i. tS-it ijt tl;c !vc fibrtiy Wc-ithcr i.ii.l ^^tc,!! tl nj!. :.i l"e 1 y-rjoflt uai fuuk, wito (ivo l*.ilVn:;ct^ �>d a ^V*-;ft)n r.n.1 Hvc itori'ts in tcti and that tlK�il�>rVi wca^ all dio.vhvv!, atid xUt IV.RVn|,�t� wi.h^'cJt l)|^iv;�l(v favvd by Cvini.^i:'! afhote : Attd lh�t ilic temporary Bridge fiotn \Val.on to Shcppcrton rcveiv'cl lo much Damage.' as to render it not j*aflable 'till n* paired-; occafion.d by a lar^e Wc'l-toanry Barge brfak-in4 loofv. and l>ing ncrofs the files for a cbniidcrabti Time Iwforc fb* could be got off. , Tomorrow the NobUmtjii and (5cnitcm*n of the Paiim of St.. Gcorj^c. llitnt.vcr-Sq�a^c, art to meet it thtif Velbfy Room, in orJir to cor.;recd for, or arc wi'ling to take any Places, arc dcAircu ta tiJio out tbei'" Ticket!", and to j ay the Monejr t^ i^r. Rowlc�, at St. James's Cotfvc-Houfe in St. Janies't SU�iett and Co prevent ImpKfidoa, ciilivr by foilc Reports,.. 0^ otherwife, ibo Piicus of the Boxes, aiKimaited bc�uy Krai a Guincn an^ a Half; and the uiunaited� at a Guinem c4ch Place t and no more 'Fickcts \vill be made iban th� GalU^'y will cafily contain, by nilow-n^ a Foot and a half 10 etfch Pc^ruli i and Care sviM bc taken to provide good Rcfr�fl�� cncAlji,' and proper Attendants fur tho {..(uHcs. Oil Siinday next two Cliarirv Sermons Will be r^reach'd a: St. Mifliii Oumicb, for t)�e Jinn fit of Bwt4 Stt^ct \Vzu\ CRari!^ Children i that in the Morning by i^e ^^ , .Do%vi^ .%dor of ^. Miihad in XVood-Sttcef,-^r-Vd* Le^ur^ t>f Mary le-BoW in ChcapfTde} and that in tha Aftcrnocin by the Rev. Mr. Dixan, A HS. and Fellow oi Queen'* C�{kg;. O.^ford. .  , This JUtii evcrv Mori>ir>g bcAceforward, before Ten, the Blind, and others %vith   Houfc, vcz: the Duke of iMari-bo/OHgh'.s. Xii ill be *r I he Lta ,tre -R� Exebai>^e, but of'Sunday' Kvcrtings, and only for two or thft:o Leilu^ifi inpre, haviiig anfivci J all >c propofcd by ihem. On 6uimLs> Eicnin^ ni tt, Lti'unc, it.. at tiie RccjueA of Nifinbeis, rxa^tly as Sanday Uu iiyi'abas to all for,the whole Holi'c >i5 ufjal. r�!r'.. PO'x-, m the <�oat, Charing-(jHiU, and M.s. r-.y,d, DurlMui ^\rd. Well S.aUfl.fiiSW, are amonj;*' rdl..ifi-d lall VV �.ck to ^ight by means <}f an artiticial i'li'^^ii ; a IVaft ic e iirirly new. Vcilerdjy S oi 1 I jK. iiquiva-lent, i>� Price ftiiyal AV.^ .nee ' > 1 lull. L�ncii>� Aifjitnre if. ^n^lih Co'.u-. n.> l',Ke tbnk Ciicu-Uiiou }i�  bJ   Prt.ii ro. i) , ij.   a j.^j. I'tenv Tins Day ts pubLjh'd,   {I'rut jj. Gd.} C^OR 10'l. f\ N I S    A 1 ! 1     V.   /\i It is fitnica let A. .IMlif, .y^ j'i.* :. K iili'* (.(-iu.i.i jjj t)i�5t.i�J, Ui I' lij: �/s  I. Fof ibi Btncjii ol RUX  . VRf L'AI iJNf.      : THE   C .r.nrjfi-,.,.-, � ! i.   i   A. 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