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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 27, 1749, London, Middlesex                                KiJirnb.5531; F R I D>A V� JAtfuAkT va7, 1749* ��� ��< ' "  <  snjr apoa the fane Salj�a,^b� pof^ol. tbc  Navv oi /V;>..-# will be balf ai hn^       is ite�o  TJie' Court �"  ��l/ri f^atiM be deaMli&*4 m tli� Side � of the Sea, yet liie Cccn ct Fr.�*.Y coaU^Mt cdUf, ai *, a Copqae^pr, fubmit to a l*iw.�"o �iv*ieOs't^coik* trery, the Wotkinea wh-ehlhe Kicg his fats thiihrr � iiavc Ordt-". iriiead of dcotcUSuns, 20ol. per Aaaoa. We are inlbnBa'd there will boa be aa Eaqaiiy into, the Sentence of a CoOtt-lftaiml bcdy held |(aith-Amenca: ad  farther iUtemptraade^ ^o reader Couft-blansah for the foturc more eftcacioos. Two Men of ^ar of fottj Guns �re order'd to be llatioa'd on the Irifli Coaft. Lieutenant Lardacr is ^poiBted x Cafdda ia Gok�d Lee's Re^mcnt of Foot. Oo Tnetday laft the Right Hon. the Lords of the Tics-fury woe pka&'d toappoiaiMr.Rcdaaaysc a Coad-Waiter b this Pott. TheRigjht Hoeooralde the Lords of the Adauntbjr m pleis'd to condaue Ifr. Henry RuflcU, Paiatcr, of New Bond-Street, |o be Painter to the Adaairalt}-, ia the roooi of hti father, Mr. Krad RuffcU. deceas'd. We hear that acxt Wediufihqr tbo* is to be  Ifectta^ Of the TmOecs of the auri^.Scbools of dus Ci^. at ^ Dunitan'a Qtieft-Room. for du Cboaer of 0 �>w-tii��. M the room of Sir Richard Hoare, whea it's tfaooght Sir D�id Lambert wiU be cholea: acd it's bcliev'd the TruOces will ooiae to a Scfotutioo to ercA Stands for the Children, when the Kiag goes to St. PmT* oa the Thank%tviag Day. Yeilcrday died at his Hoofc at daptoa ia-Hadtxyv James Lcm, � , Mr. Jacob Jaoav. an meat wbokftle HaSr> nth JfcC Htficl a�d Voixia.ii TbeitoBterbis Fornax �bick jacmar. of thc^Sat-Oficc ia the Teaplr ^ Oa Wcdncfiby died at bis Lodgngi ia necaA Hcrcula LamiBa4.btieaLic�tcBafl� la CoLAaacfl^s A few Days fiace Mr. lo(efb Wddal*. lately to the Uoa Man of War. waa aurrioA to Mif WiUon, aa agreedtic yoaa� WHarn m Wei ndow'd with all the QaaUiCMiew that Marriage State happy. A certaia Officer ef this Chy w� lately laf|wadad by 9� Court of A14�acn. aaoa a romniatar mnk oa iha behalf of oaeWUSam Staafbfd.aBhck.fcr a MiideaKaaor, � confining tbc fiud Pcrfoo anihoat aay kgri Wairaat. Early o� Wedaeiday fe'^Oi^ aa a Fai^ Mas going over Btfham-WoodXoMM. wkk c�dtt Lambs for iuikot. he was met bv B igi , �bo lohb'd him ^ jriiat Mooc^ h� bad* lai Iwi biai �a ib tcrnide a iHoacr, as 10 leave WpulaM^I far ic^; but aot tuviag totted their ruiliy widk tbii buhoroos Qiage of  ed* near DartfotJ. wiikh wtnt orer tiis Body, had ^*crat of his Ribs brok�<, add was ib aufc�b!}'^iaifcd ^Mt^ Cheapfid 'VMfidoaU^ Mr. WUtnhmftl Pt^, 7a*. ays Wa thrfooHPrtfom* bckmgiM toiho B^ng-Gtittii bumblf rttutn our btany l^kt for a naioa^�bm.. latt 4b�, New Thea^ ia dM(�ay* Mmktt, Mr. Fooih will'^kklbir a'?b(% ColleOtoiof riaarcs^ lU mrnntcd. Oiiigiiuas�.a�d.liMiie itt^ Loiv wkh 0 nnwPiokmio. Places ki�\tmBoxit toM tekea at the Attaiba-  Tht AnfU it yet4BQraiett�ibl(^)eluii^^ ii :d Ke ft^n 4nd liieard from Twelve at Noon tnl Six, at the Hoafebprwcen RawthmdPt CoKtV-HoufC mi jthf 9^0rd> H<3^ i'l Henrietta^Sbeet. Coirettt -Garden, at 11, mh PiMbo. George King, laite al^ Apprentice.^to Mr*. tUxi B&gwcll. cn-lVww'HilU.nbaviBg abfented: hiiblielf- b fnAa hb MiaKcba Service for fomf Time. it�d biiFetbec UfJIng: fone Diftaace frem!Umiuiiii, this U to ItfelireaiJilirtt bi�y-iGtwds or Mfrnwv^g ^l)    r^;. '�   "^tbU  jDtfy  it puhlip*d^   ^    ^ im  Stwm y�tumtt,   (Pnct I /. 11.  hmlj /^L A R rS S A: or. The Hiftory of a Young V-^ Lady. OHapicilxndina the ai�ft famportaat Ooncerm pf Prints lot, JUti fMtknlHly Atwijia. the DiAicfln that may *tten4 thi titMtmIt boA of l^arcats aod ChUdrvn, in Hclatioa CO Manitce. ' PMJM hf tht �EoiToa  �/ PAMB^LA, Pktatcl , awi atft bat-t bit Maj'jh/'t mvft ^rdtitui ParJip. UEOi �>�>i riffawUv iF>tnt^ Mar^ui4 U^ARUtNS. Aath���l iIm J^-i^ Sff.. OMlatnina .ntienal tXamatiom upon iht tiaccftauity af \\�*Mn Knn�rltd|�t mm [UlWrtatibn upon Crttity, *(. t NMi'NaOi.^Whwwkyt Mr. Whkr�(< RtrolutkMa and Changae thaf HaW' h*Mta�d r� twty KftiSool*, r.oyKRN��rr, aihi state. ifiaitratad *tlh S� p >"f^ fbt EhOi^m Y t^htbtrt mmd �        f^f R. KBAL^ ��>Wa BEkE AS" le liai^^^SiiSh^ to liny Mtwf than wfa7Vbajf diri^^TAaim thfniD,   thtt h� ar thsy owy bt antefafadiNl aadedariaad i '   '    ,^ BBOFORD. St. Ptnil?in>nt.Gmrii*t Jsm, u, lyat* Airf dia Jahabitano �f thli Pnidi hjin itfoWrd, snd do N^by pmaHk Aiccompli<< or Atcfinwoa, fo ' - ......     . Ihatl receive 4h4i MutRw^ard fro dw JVitth tvtil^^ m. ffnA. � ��fyOidfr,u,^.^- ^t.j'aiii Oviimt'Gardtm^ Jmit, 24, 174B iX/H     HAS divert Burglam^, Robberiw� vf!!|fv Thatts, Otttraaw sad Difiiidoi, hava bdta Isuly comnbtM wilhih thii Fadflt, byloofr, idhr anddifofdeily (tadbmi And vhittU tb� lohabitaati ia their Vcftry-Rown afUmtikd hsvt this Day VatC'd iiiit9 a voldnury SuMbrtption to enable them la ctf�w aFitnArgr th# pr�Ni�iai,'dei(<)lng, prt*, withoui any UeduAlun. And further, rney^ do rjanife a Krvfjti �i Ten Ounuj, la any Pcrfua or PtrCiiaa' who Ikall girt Etidcme upuA 4 Trial �(i>uilt 4iiy ut the Bawdy-i(oul�t within tliit PariAi, lu aa ityvn fuvh B�>dvnc� l'�iru� or Pcdimi lUifiri* the fame  nm�hai(ly Ncte, Aid fit'thrr EnCuurt^rmcnt all Prurocutiant will U Mnda<)cd sndaartied oa uttlie fiircKc^ ui iIk Inh4Minii. AnU u ihii ikiicii.c � c^kuiaccd  tKul*r liiht&.Ubt> t.t this PaWlli, 'and j� it will I*' i M<�n� ul (inyiellirg, nt �t 1 jiI icni-iVir/ the Umroi ind OiAru^tK*'" '^bKii | ilia l(Vc.�J V.tWinl'.it. Furih.t I'uij.ia ita; Subliii|i'iJn UoU ftuv� U� ui-tn � Mr. ijiji^*!'' Ihufv m Suuiluinj-tou-Scicct, ti> ivcr.re t>n \^ic 11�.i'juT, ik .f* He     jf 111    ri"�')i, \.!.cff 'Kt Sjli^rijiii'.u }\,Jt vuj b. -   ^ � ''i j �   

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