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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 31, 1749, London, Middlesex                                T 0 E SPAY, jAUtiAxr ^i, >7�9. ^ A1^ B down �ikI fi^rd ha ktght. the Chrcttdoti, Peclc, for J^iinticti; the John Ba^Ra. Uirvey, for Cadit; the Thomas and jam, Glorer, fot VirgUiti i wkh another Ship, luune uAltnown. ArriVdt the BrotK||^ LoveTral^fpoft, from HoUaad. flt^rcmain*, ^ith the Dutch Emft-IiStlianien as per lalt. Wind N, W. Jh iSxtraa 9f a ttttfr fnm a Ptr/m^f Di^Hffion V the Hague, 4litied J with the principal Members of their AiTeinbiiey.* JL     O     N     D     O     N. There u an Account by the Coontefs of Leiceflcr Packet^ Cipt. Jenkin*, arrived at Falmouth in thirty-fis Dxys ^om lamaica. that the Elizabeth Man of War, W the Con-Aucftadore. which failed with the Tilbury, OKford^ and Warwick^ the tsd of November kO. fbr Englaitd, loll -�heir UfiSn in the Windward Pkflagr, and were both put htsk to. Btoe Fields in Jaii�ica.  Capt. Jenkioa writes, that he met in the Windward Pailage with   Iwge Sliip of -about )oo Tofu, carryi^ twcmy (iaos, and a black oot-imnj which Ship it** fappos'd was 'the I  Advice that a French Ship bound for Canada, ladea with Cables, Stores,^ ftc- in her Parage �Jprung a X.eak. and funk.  Tbe Crew �ira� (kved b)r a Man of War thft coaV(qr*d her, and. carried �ife to the intended P�rt. . OaSoadayaSloop/romHolliind, with part of bis Royal ' liifibsefs the Duke of Cumberland's Baggage en board, aM Hotfcs^ came up the River to Depiford. � [ Two other Sloop from the fame Place are pat into Dover, sod are hourly expcAed up the River. This JDay comes on at the Tt�wn C- n.       C^dogan, �{qi will be defied without Opyoc , Wearei^vss'd by Letters from Dublin, that on the 8cb O'f :hb Mouthdicd there. Mr�. Kaihcrine Arthur, Daughter �f the isHe- Sir Thomas Hatkctt, atid Wife of BeftedlQ Arthtir^ of Grcitt C.bragh, in the Coumy ' f Dobli�, Efo} She �is MiUrcfj ot" every Chnilian Virtue, together with Aa cxccHcai UndrriUuding, nnd grcac Po)ilcoefs, for alt %hich 0ie tvas nioit juitly ellccm'a when Uvifig,   calling out. one of them th;eat-encd to iho�i hiin i they then robb'd him of fomc Silver, aad made off. YeQerday a Man was committed to the Gatehoufe by James Frafcr, Efq; for IU�Iii>t; a Silver Spoon froiii a CoCrc-lioufe the Cor�cr-of Panton-Street.  CaueriKoy, Jan. z8. On ThurfJay laft was committed tohu AUjcHy'kGaol In St. DuniUnt, Jsme� Baril�tt. on (he Oath of Mr. John Wright of Snavc, for forcibly "ttting his Houfe on the i8th inllaat. together with 'WiUiam Priggs (now in CulloJy) and one other Pcrfon ; aad after biuUtug iJie Haudk of him the faid Mr. Wright, taking from him two Bag* of Money containing 311 7 s. 6 d. ' We kear that the third Perfon u taken at fcntcrden. Jm s8. On Sunday laft died Sir Robert Cann. |�ely one of hi* Majclly"� Juflices of the Peace for the Connty of GlouccAcr. .On Sunday next two Charity Sermont will be preach d in �a Paiiflj Cfcurch of St. Jtcphcn in Colenian^Strect, for g� Benefit of the Charity C jildrcn belonging to the United vibes of St. Olavc jew-y anjl Sr. Mariin lioninonget-and the Wardof Colcuun-Stieet ( that in the Morn-(hy the Moil Reverend his Gr�ce Matthew Lord Aich- l�--^Of Vork ; and that �n the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. ^I**!*, Rc^ior of St. Michaol inWood-Sirrct, and LcAurcr fStllaxy Ic Bow. ^* are dcfircd to arquaint the Nobility and (7entry, JT**^ Gallery fo commodioufly fituatcd to fee t!ie Fire-T*"** (as mcnuoncd iu thib Paper funic Time aj^oi will ^ "Bilhcd ia fswDa>3, and ihoic who hjiNC AlitaJy agreed foe, tt are wilfing t6 take any Places, are defirtd to take out their Tickets, and to pay the Money to Mi*: Rowles. at St. James's Coffee Houfe in St. jame*% Streett and to prevent Impofttton, either by fatfe Reports, or othcrwife, the Pricei of the Boxes, and matted Seat$, are a Gufnta and a Half, and the unmatted, at a Guinea each Pl^de i and no more Tickets will be made than the Galicty will eafily contain, by aliowin]g a Foot and a half to ekch Perfon ; and Care will be utcen totwovide g6cd Rc&dh* mcAti, and proper Attendants fair the Ladies. Agreeable to what was feme Time fince pobBA'dl ia this Paper, on Sunday Evening lafl ended all the LcAiarcs Dr. Taylor, Ocoliil to his Majdily,- ever intended to cive out oF bis PrctfiiiKoa, the Oefq^n M which he gave tbem (judged laudable by the rmpattial) being folly anfwcr'd. He it ww preparing for LcChires in the Science be pro-feffee, to whkh (as abr(>ad)khe Faculty and Sta �< bat iQentlctn^h,^!^^ This and every Mornin# y tkf Bnd or d^ Cla^^        and tat��n ibtlbTc tlahdl. 'It* Mamfb (togathtr witb a mmm oa a FIvt-SlittUiiv fliittp sutlCenifi^ fawaaVM. riad ob for aOaiiMa^^ia elaai, any iHtiwIiU^^^F^ AHthiioofl, by awotliertagttlar Clegpsaiaa, al Mf Keith'a High Wainr at Londoa*Bridfa tkU Dajrutjs Miaatea after y in the Mocning, aad 8 after 8 al Ni^ht.    f . Yeflerday Bank Btock wat no Price. India Stock, no Price. Sotttb'Sca Stock, toy. Ditto Old Annuitiet, loO I half a I 8th*. Ditto New. gS 7 8ths. Bank Annmt-ties 1740, 97 I 8th a I 4th. '^tto 1747, 98. Ditto Lottery * 747,07 1 4th. Bwt Aaavitie* 1748.'977^^ a a8 I 8tbi Three, per Caat.,Anftuitle* 60^ e Sthfa 90. Million Bank loa 1 half. Equivalent, no Pncr. Royal Aflfurance 69. Loadon Afiarttftco^ 10. �ognfli Ctopper /4li7i^. Bank Ci)fCiiilatioti|7t.6d.Prem. iBdiaBoudf, ass.a a6i. a ss;a;^ftaa.   Seyea jper C�nt� Eiai!i�ror'a NiE'O^ntJ^aifh uiterefted in the Pay Vlue to the Rvafiaenll nilM ^ the lale intended tsMidM agaidl Ada, or �rfe^M>flc(*M or WUl dS^im by th� ftvcrjil ^o^tAMTs in North AmerhS.for'tltSt SeiWect a�e'd(�r*4to meet kt dMOoWn.Tavtm behind the Ri�)�>' BRhsngCi Tomsrrow, beim Ike iA-,�f l>btiuiy, at Eleven ^Idtk, WKen it k tltst emy Bfidy conB. Efii feeretary, (Wt to tbe COlAlCU. ot STaTK, afteriMardt tin the Iwu i'loteAuti OI.WBH -i RfCIiARO CRQMWeU<. feata(�lM aurheiincli Mtm Ori|ia�lf,'fi>iin�ily in the Librwy ti JOHN hoU bOMltfERX, Lord High t%anc�llor ui EnaUnd, in Seven Voiaean to Foli�. ar� 10 be fold *t }I. lot. iB;^ctt, by Mr, MAWHiX>D, (Bsr  ql'SuKkl, tfin^, Md An-nuitin of the t'ublicli Cainpanle*, EnheHMe' AiMHitlo.Faitunn in liquid and Holland, and P^ntatiuniio Ain�(i ton, at th* Crowrn in LudgMc-SmeL General Poft'dfEce, Jan. i6, 1748-yrtTffEHMJS $bt PtfiBtj irinpug tht S-w�Jiam Mml YV from ikat Tnva-iifbtt/trtI, am Saturday Uft, tbt 14/1& injlauf, tuiat Macktd *e thi Highwaj, �/ a PUu tdtrj BaJHtjif hitnuitim S-waJtsm tu3 JbiiftrJ, in tbt Cwttj of Narjtlk, Hif^b^ajmtm tm Htrftback, -u-bt carriid off tbt Ltttin ?�m$�intil in tbt Rsugbam, MtMam, IVtlU atU Faktnbam Sag), and mlfo tbt Lttttrt Jrtm /nigral tthtr 'l^wiiMd flam im tbtTbttfird Brameb: Tht Ptr/mt <\ub� eommttid tbii Rtbbtry art dtfiribtd t� bi bub fltmt Mtm, and out tf tbtwt luat mttuiittd m a ligbt-grty Harft, mmd tbt atbtr tm a brtnMm tut: Ht tm tbt grij Hurft  �iABi�Nf, 4r �'}� fP^wJ rviwcd fc* f. 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TM S PtimtifmtOftirtm^dOmmJStlttr,rfht fUpjtf'i NatfgHt'ffyttet, tbat 0a tbv'jdt^tbt *dtf tttrmaty mxt, ft fee im tbt hhrmtmg, rbrfTiKi^'t Hffif* tk Sa.'i at tk't OJict, tbt HmUii^ ktMyrjIw'tSbifi tbt LmtJh^,\ Btr.ltm  . �*^r^| Miijltt tmrdit Wa^ ^bt*' ear^ttkla*^'>^^^iM['m,b tbm, at tiyi^w 'i^^:4i^,jtitM!i*f/i v^im^:i>t/*Mdi^ *�d mtht '4iv'>Wft�>y*)y^4 i^ai' ttl ar0':mMtf0jUtt t^ttniii tit 'jiid-.Safr^^"$^-fi>'M*m: Axdt^ot' 4 l>tft^ / Ttamnf'Jhm lft*^i tf I^aw4 ivi!*&td iPtmttb, �* im tr^tr^ , 'tm t(irtti,:ti tt it mteJk l� t%t Pt^ftn tr Ptrftki jm bmrtiafi #v fb^ Sbif, Md P^mi^akm, i^'.t.4f,'t FitU>, tm Tbmrjimy tbt t)fb c/ Fikfutry ./jr/, jt AV.v.* t'C/tii frttiftJf, tm dtclari a Vatttty tf a Pbijl.iam, tm tbt rmtmt tf Dr. John Conoia^ham, lanly d-f(^t'd; : .tffttmt a Jiau ftr tbt Eltftitm tf aa-ibf ; tti,dtmttb,T ff,ei / yfft.ii , R.   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