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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 25, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Dally Advertifer. \V E D N P. S D A Y\   January  25,  1719. ?'nr Pover, the Warren. Sack it, and u-? r-;nrc Gcorjc, Nairnc, for An 1     1. *h   i^sro i'vickct, lV.*trr, I i i*-",   thf JHith,  B'adl^aw,  f); vJ.c F.agle, MafTaw, for or-, ar �  t! c  \ irj;jn.   IXla fci f- ?ir.ouih.   Arm'd. the i nrr.c?  OoDdvill.   Smith,   troni Ua.     ...ar * -    - f V i.-in-in- Pt.]}), Smith, lot Topflv-itti frooi riJiSiL^ur^is.   Ws^iu N. vV, blows hard. A�E*treS rf � LiHf' , t.fi'.,ssi,.i Ptr/en at I'aris Its. Wtarcai j^rrfcai pcrftfily ioformcJ. th.at ihc Arrcfl '� cf the rcicg rr�i;r  ciircr 2�.rfiCiiaiaiifg C.s W^-.k of i'cacc;  tha: thf yoais^ AJvcaxjrt.- Jeclarca to them, '.h vt he fiU a feofc'e Piia ai bcang Copflramcd to be placed at a  Ehfioetc friMQ i&'c S:nv;. from whoi-i he had icrtlvvJ lb  mary Grares ard Tav^aTs, that whcu^Kc rili.vti.d t pot\  tttcJ. iif Cdtttageaad i'js Sircrgth failed him, and rcn-  (icicj Lim iccspahir c� moving : Tlia: not being able of  kioifcirtoicibirctud^pajrt.hchowLVcr fubmittid to every  itting that QeoaU Ue thought neciu-rj-. t\xx% to �)iiit \w  Brijjcfl}- and  she Fi�jch Naa; tiju; famcu.iu,:, t-.e  was of Opicioa, muS ncrcniieicls be done !o uvAe  biin talk'd  jJd be sapcw his goi:g out of tV.e Opera-  HqkIc. To wiasrh fee ac!l\ver''d. * 1 am content i but  hope tisa: I 6,a3J hs perisincd to oiijay to ihs latl, the  PnrrBegc Witkh- the King- has granted nic of bctr'tng * Amos wvVelsl acn! taiS.,giay Retinae to do the JJife. in OTCiL-v to drfrsifd n:,- fro n my Knctnics; and that J * isaf not bs ir^aJrid a* Rvbd if I be iound ihui pro-* TJded"   \V|.,,a2.L-r a Daabi �a� luade of the pctftCi  Sti.bai'j5:->n oitiir yoctig Pjftccdcr, ckU that th? Coiiit had       re"j.cci.d f-a-c fi.jil .-'iviiJcJit; cr whether it  �aa th,^^ij,i.c j;icj.  d-ciie hiJ( ihc People of I'ari,  irfeo ji^ciw ti K> I**" li'tr 5c-r!e ivuuld \kS , the Ad-�  ftncur^r ua*. a� u"i hi.sav, siT.'c.'lvd as he was  "iJ i!o..ic.   Wicr^ ihe Djicc.de Birt>n  r:po;ti^ii ti> J��b .ii.c-i*  sviiii hid piti'd  in rt ta'.iou to  f.'.u. J,j.- ?'.--,trv I'ltat, Saii .''.-.ciioii, ai.d  �.1-. � u,,: i^r i.rcs.v-i;,. i.iijjiaie Lrr-,- bftn tx.ru'r;;.' >      r.-. SI     Crri^titi f'.-ii". :C!r! a::t   tn i a'y n a fr.v ^i;. s i: i.   fj.c^ 5J,.-.t   h'- L.f-:      'fl .dki-il to mj-fUi.'� tlTi-c. ci: c!' ;.t P.f.cj L.   or ti.c Cciurv,ti^c^V Ti,v..t rl-d On Suli lay I,-!! ; V ; not yf. k.cj4��-: i.^.. ..:;] i:.i..t.'i 4i;nj in the Di'-e'itnu of tL" B-i.^, 'fca^e tilt Pi.ic I. �-.I-      \' O      n' jt      n; p^'.ci Luan: Kduniti vv*!!! 14'h ,im! 13 b!! rv.^ . .   .�     - ., dm. t.>: � '-^ �foine-       -Jc'tw �.,.�.;. ftf tiie BaiL, a.-.>i � oi ti  .' r . tliap�;ic. arr. 1 r?  .i:  h-f- I'o .' Vflticeav fcsr w,;;rJ   - h . M.^' Muadiy b �       ^ e the 0�   !       -s.-      , i eiui. We tear frcii v Hely. Ef�|; A fins Da-."s (fsiw c.i-j t: Bwt. of Bt.lvr. Oa Ir i)       O      li. _!>^..,i->i L.i:.:i iiom\ i'�:;.ij, ' ; ;.f '.-T ,   i!:5.!y la Li Ujc K.�cr on cij|...jjy, h,-tu. l-^iT .'( no IjOcv Wit 2; r'.f ...).\    �. "cr       .-  il la 1. the i ; (,.;ji.d:cd tiii. L. ..l..t-. c f '\ -f: �1 ' A'llliam .iicre hVancij .r Cbulci Tirrc!!, ..2:      :c ^  :3_d c cJ t: iwi Hoaic at Lharing-Crof:, On Saeii, t .c^jr^,, 3i-3 at hJ. Hi-ufc in Sr.rjeantv �� ia Ftc� ^Uiic;. I.'^.v t_OLcUiUi,r, E'.i^i loa;c linic fcce .i.ttorE4�y-Cj;.!^ii^! .'i-ii^or of   jcili.*      lie K jil Col c^e of Fijfi bd Yctr cae of il^ Ce:ic::, ir.d this Year one of '^Efctta^ A C.cn Sriiia tf sai-Atc Hjtc-l), aiiciided ''**fce litaio;; Moirfi*-, iniiiafs-.t Chiri;y lo fi�� hcll.jw-iSPDWca, the dizswii'w 1*^0., ui-oaj ue ton;taniJy and ^^fidiy aicccJid bc-I. *: hcae iud -bread, tvi'i-oui fee atd i= paiiac^'Lj the Loudou Infirniiry, of kc       ofic of the fcyiiciaiu at the lime of fii> Parctt. acid an *3f4<^tJo��:? and fruitful I'ritnd ; lo  h'� pm'a-r C*paC3ty a !jving Hi.!ii.ujd, a ^^limcrtcd K iJ! h�4 tie P]c  hai-c tuiplo/'d hioi ia      Pro- On Mv^nt^jy s DifpcnOiiiOT^ paf-'d the t?reat Seal to enable . A. to hold the Rciloiv of thr Rev jn tii's Ilochf:: . Brcffoiiliiin -n the (..Vumv of SuiVolU atid-DiOcefe of Norwich, to^^cthcr with ihi' ktilory of Baltlfiam in the Dio�.\lc t>f My. Ill Conip'i.mce wi h a Rcq'^c^ mailc by the lnU^'iia't^i ofLhufn'lir iu lie JuJ^;c', � Kc^;iiiicut of lout a^u; n I'arty.of l)ia;;oMi5 .-irc ouki'd to bo ipj.truiM tlieic, to prcvuit nny �,i.lcn;moiit wliicti niay be otfVr'd by tlic i'ri'nv!- .iiiil othcis of the SinidM-Icii 111 a I v.'.rr friM>i Trover of" d'c i�i\.int wij arcirt fo 11 \'. ti.'! om- J.'.itys an t^uilaft'd Snn-p.^K-r, wiit taUi-n at H|).thc liie O.iy hcloif. and convey'd (io.n ihi'ticc iii liw Way (o Cfiidicllcr (ijol. lU hwd been at the tri� i>vo l)ii}-5, ^nC  a H.ingcr, with wliich He dcfcndctl hinifelf (cmc iiir.. i and in the ScnfHe both he and his AtitagoniiU received feVeral Wound-, fIc is f.iid to have been 11 Publica i m the Town of Bambcr in Siiflcx.   - Vvllerday Morning early a Kirtfhrokc Odt at a Leathcr-i-Drellcr's in Hornydowa, which dtd great Paniagc before i: was j^ot under. YeiUrd.iy a yoitnj� Man, a Sailor, wni coimniitcd to Newgate, changed with oihcrs in comntitiiitg duets Rob-licries in Stepney-Fields, and on the UjlVx-Ko.id. ___On-J^Jnnilay onc-4^i-H>tbkrMHTO-4fi;-cd i\eat'Nc\V~Rttg"F�jrT ua.s taken ir.io Ciiflody, charged with the Murder of her Hufband, by burning htm to Death, hij Uowcls being buiiit, H' li      Skin feorch'd in a fltockiag Manner F/r '�,  to bur e^^knuwu^ Uuid, and generous Bciiefi)>ib'r>, fur H.lf a (i'linea put into, tii" Usi',-t,iu^-.Bo,�c the i6ih inlbnt; aid for n Cjj^uilea ]Hit ito the i�> .X thK I>.i>', inarkVl i . all which \>'e*o ci] uHy I'.i^'idei^, to tlie grca Conii>/jt and Ktliei' of a great Nuinbcr t� unhappy Citizens. N, r.J^ilt., '/nil. Z4     Wc the c^nfiAM Debtors on tl e 11 oulc  reiiiii our iiioli linciiic 'I Ivir i)u.' Guine.i ilcliwi'd lliis D. y 10 our iifcward^ \i\ a I'djei (i^'.u d R () vv!. ch was icpiiiU)' divided uinimj.',!! u.",' lo 'i.r un,, eak'.blL- Rtli.f, in.iiiy of us in 11-jUatving Chndi iv'. iind ill \y .1)1 ahiioit of ati the common Nertli'jtii; of I i( , Oar i\ uii.bi r d.iil)' nu r. .iiiug, wlitiie Ljidgu^gi arc oiity i .1 Hoardi, and uur .[^.iLfiiU'iiCi: dipsuJia^ upon wuiiiiy Bcjic -fietors. Dy particiiti^r Dflie.  The 53d Day's Sale.   'Miii r>a\'. at lii> A', l'.i'jii Jti 0111, l.ite ifu.' New i lioado in (he 11 ly iVi;..kt'.   iM    ('onic will o'l'.b't fame entire rww I.u.j;  iir(�t), Oxiiird.   atrbi'iili^e, i) I-ilifi, .itid (uui;', 1 Uimi''fu''>. With a n.iiire 1.1 r ! I'l'ii.cc I i.igi,ii.,'i .Vinrch t Ail \\r!i Dc.l;-a  o Dhic Voll\ Dan Street, i- amoiigtf t;ioii.- r.iiori-il Inll U'cek, notwitlillar.diog lo very old a� 10 be cu.iiiu'.i to her Rou.n ; Mr.Kvans, kaihcrine Wla�cl \ J.innJ*":- Street, ol both I'yes 1 tllo of both II) cs, 1. ; i.;: M>, ;;t .\lr. M.,;l.-y'',, Wnie-Mcrtl ant, Uear-Vard, I.u.c^ln'> Inn Fields; Mis. Po(k', at the G'oai, Chaiing wrh inu!iy '"''/"rs, of >v,|y^h, at their own kc 4ucll,''kYi'VxaJrr,''i*lV''wi!l In- (uo.m'publilh'd, chcir Number exceeding 150 dirtVicn: I'eilona, amonj;ll whieh fonic were bcin Lluid, or vMie (o fiom ilieir Infancy, belidia thofc w::0 dy not iticiiiie to have ihcir Names made publick. The V\i,y to Ke th'i Chapel iithro.;gh Puc dilly, by the End 0/ St. J.uucs's Street, and down Llargcs-Stieet, oiid turn on the lelt H.nd. The M.irri-iges (to^tth r witli a L ec^ice on a l-'ivcShl!ing Stamp and Ccrt:ficati) arc carried on for a Guine.i as ufail, any Time tdl Four in the A/uriioon, by arqiher tcjuLr Derp.man, at Mr Keith's bulc Chapel in May i-air, licar Hjde-Paik-Corncr, onpo-frriJ the gre.it Chaise/, and wihin ten Yards of U ; there is a Porch at the boor like a Countiy Church Porch. Gcorije King, late an Appreiuice to Mrs. F-li�iibeth Bagwell, on To>ver Hill, having abiented h>n�felf from his MiOreli's Service for lojneTniic, 4Jid his Father living fame Dirtaiicc from London, tliu is to prevent him buying Good* or borrowing Money from any Pcrfon what-ioever ; his Fuih.r Caleb King gives this publick Notice, and deihres, th.it he will pay no Debts of bis Son's con-, jractiiig.    Caleb King. v.. yit.4it-Ir nt j.h'f'ii'J I'fjlerJjy xutfl ftn'in fitm Mr. WcdJ j; "i^A^N 'k r Tr"i~T S.       ~ Juhn .Ary, of Barton upon Humber, in the County of L'' coin, Chapmr.n and l)e.ilcr in Cattle. Robert Miilc-r, of'I'opiham, in I)evonf!,ire, Merchant. jof^^-ph Cjledl.ill, of -Abbeilord, m tiie County of Vork, Mcjcci and Giocer. Ycflcrd.iy I'jiilc S'oelk  was 127 1 half a 1 4th.   India S otk,   174  I  lull".    Soviih ica oiuck. no Price.    Drt^ Old   Ann-i'e>, 100   }  Pilu.    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