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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 1, 1749, London, Middlesex                                W li D N E S D A r.    I'EBRV'ARY   1,   i74g- An RUl\ D, the Sally, Lfe, from Vir-5i,iria ! the P'licujiinc Jiloop, with iwo tj.jii n Hfivs, from the Wc!\-wnit! ! am! tl'.c Expedition, Cri^^<, \^*^m h'liaica. Ri mai-i, the Uio-tlv.r'v I ovt. a'Tranlpjrt, and ilic UiiiUi liidiiuucn t ihc I'lillp. Uoyl-r^an^; (nr Itoiiideaux! and the Ko 1 ninir^Ii, 'i'hoiiiaj, (or Gibtaliar. Winu SVV. Extriil if     l.^tfrr /-i rt f^inilltr at the HacVE, !/fv/ j'cy  rudely, it will be viry hard to find sny Body who  will be liaidy conjjh to rakfn upoij hiiu tlic Charg: of a '* On ilie o:her Hand, the Propenfiiy to Fraud, and  the gencial Atiachment to w^at is call'd publick Rightti  is fo ftr ng m the Nation, that it will be extremely � difljcult to co.Ic;;^ the Duties upon Provifions and Coin- ^j^iodities^ 03^1 f Jilltd in ihc Country,  unlefs as_ m-itiy  Oilicers arc tiuploy'd as were by the Fanners, whtch  otcnhon il thr vail Expcnce and the heavy Hurthcn j or  a Law mull pa(j that (hali make it Death for any one  that ihall be convltled ol having defrauded the Ooi-crn-  mciU; whuh would be looked upon as inco'nfillent  wi.h flic Libriy of a State th.it calls iilclf ficc  Certain t'oliticidns here fay, ihco are D ly be true, that the Kingof Vrujfia^ who is � unqiiiftionahly a A-crct Enemy to the Court of Rujfuh � and who is tlri(!-l)y illitd to the Print-iSuccclFor tiHwt-'  V.;/. v^i.o married his Sifter., would be wiling to t�ke  A.:viiri.'g'r of the Circumthmccti of publick Affiair?, � efptci.il'y as it uould fuit liib particular Convenience;  tii.i^ fince  tweeting Poirdiioti of tlic Mouih of the OtUr, and the � Ifland of Ritgen, would gr^rady ia\oar his Projeds for � advancing Commerce ; mkiin.ich tliat t! cfe Acquilitions I with the Ports of ins KiiigUum of I'r:.\.i, would make  him laktj Rank as a fourth Maridiuc l^ower in  tlic North.   To ilut End this grand l-'oiitician,   fay thofe � that are Advocates for him, has fcriu'd a i'luj^it wurihy � of himiclf, to which may be ^nt-n a C>..Iuur cf Equity.  though perhaps no belter than ii given to mull of the � Enterprizcs of ambitious Pjinces.' Veltciday arriv'd a Mail from Fbance. Parti A-!u~muin, F,h. 3. The butttici's Orii:an< di�d here on the ill of this Muntb; a^rd Seveiiiy-two Wc are aflurtd, that the King will go inio Mouriiing (cr (ia. Weeks upon this Occafum. Madame ihc Dauphintfs has been very ill, li/ti.afun of a Mifeairiage. but li at prcfcrt much bi-t'cr. M. di TAicI, Miniilcr Plenipotentiary of Frince at ihc Confrcfi of A X la i. hipcllc, ai rived here laft Wctk from Atiiwerp, and i.'.cni dircHly to VerlmU-s. The 12th of this Month is fixed for the Grand Fcftivid which is to Lc ht!d In re on Account of tlie 1'l,w.c, pro , vided that no unlucky Event ii; the^nean 1 inie h;ippciis to rcta'd ii,e Fxecmion that Day alio wnl b�. iMubiud tjic Fireworks, wuich li.ivc bcm pr .iv'd fi.i' Poivers ffDin I'.. K.;'.|.;ick lego into Corlica, to accomniod.ile ll.e 1 I. ij, ft iK-'Ar-c. tie R-b.ls ,Tiid the Government. *Tis j'.e.i . Ii 'id f)..it II i:. lu^fdi. t v'.ill be aitcndcd \vitli iiU'1; 1, ; .d Itf.i! il-ac ca.: betxpeil'd (n>in i, >nd .11. -v  t   Mv. \.i \ !,c I'jitlcd 10 the ri. iprui \\ Sail .l.ii'ii.t c .' lid Ii i,.r.r uj of j.Mit.!u.j; ,(;(;; I\o;le ^lic .', I'ij; i'1 :\ ; i .1   uy wi'i -v" i . J i.l l,j/tu,rn .' ti. ,' e-M de' V. irldK   \ ..j  iu  , � 111 I   , i.  tho prcfi-r: a' ilic CieBer.-l to lie iittl.l On the � .( h foiid iivc Pkjucis ui'ju-     1 ji.iuii i rci,';-. lu.o ilwi; i.Iii'id, E      O       N       D      O      N. We hear il::it Tcnr.ortaw i- aproirnc.; ftir pr.dilmiri.' the Gtiural IV.iCi- till., ijiho It  liit;    lUe^  ijf l.ouilon nii.I Wclhiunil,, ; ai:J thai N-iiice-. a. c iii.: n, the Lord Mi.vur and j/ii 11: cw (i.O 1 , ill Ol.;,. ii.) L)f J!>t,  V. liiiil    , ^t II.v., ll'.iy i 1) l.c 111,: te A (..Mdoii. tr. t�r Ili-h U.11I ir ul \Vcniiii..>!ci and ID n,r ii-.cjliici l.t a' .'irnii, li� e.(heir .Attend ance on ih.n |).v   :in,l i.-,,,'       tl ,. ('.i,,.. .,. ,,.,,1 Vtllcrjj) 111. and I'ln' 1.1 tl i; i .|iic ai ((Julr-j-� y . ll.e I 1 .net cf W i.i 5 vs. (o well ;t^j\c/'d as lo be ablo to vo to the ll->i:K 01 Eoids, to hea- (he Pelii'i-^ on the i', 1. �, 1;l|. HcrRoia II.J.iul-. the Pi n   ii.i been lately   t Burkingh..iii liouie, it gcing to nit Ic 'hi 1 e. Lctter.N Jioin  Pd'i. JaUd IcLmhiv        fj, *-oninvodf !c (iiilii i.;i4giirjd nr. Rt v J Higt.iicl's n by t^o r:enrU Mill cf W-'K-fday. �, , (lull .Ailniiid! I!vl..mti. !>*,; |.',..cd ai-.d  wvtf  bcfiic I'l'iidu :,ri t) ; siul '''*t llu\ liouii) ixpei'l 10 lu'.c ail AcLOant that Uic 1 Lcc lakeu �iul I'liindii d. Vtlicidav  (he  Bifti^  Ho:v  Wrilum Grant, ford .\d ^OCAlt ful .ScoiUnd, arm d ii Town i;o:ii il.at K ii.g lu n ^ VcllcrJa^ Moriiiiig lo.nc .Auiiiois o(  i'liiB-� IjicIv puj^r "^i wen. c\i�|uu�fd M the Sicreiary ot otdU j l^u*. The T*o Sirtcrs, Csps. Chiikr. frcm thi: Sp4nit*'M�|l!; for Jamaica, loll tlio Middle of Deccnibcr; hit Car^U w.ii val.iable. and pirt of it was favd. On Nlr>iidj) lal; �\.\' m.iriicd at ()ctor. 5n lIuMit \\di)n � (hWc, |o..n NV'adc. ITv]; to Mifs Mc.iitn GudJt.y ol Pctcrboroii, h. A few Da)' fitice t'ial the Hon. Wil'.ir.m Vy'ilj-.m?, Fii]! nf the Idand ot l.mitiic.i. and Uiothcrot Mr* AJIo'.i, He oi ]\coh .Allen, I'Uj; ot Cl'lt'or.l Ktrcrt. li,.iii�,- on-t'Udtn^ He W.1S a Mcmb.-r ol the AlTt-nibfy, biu' 1 t tli-Prny Co^incil. and a v.t;Ii>ncl of chc .V;i.iiii in tin: 111..11(1, wi.tre he had a very large F.lVi''., an�i wa' gier.t'v cl>crm�d by the whole hl.ind. and by i-r*iy livviy tbm had the I'U-Rfiire of his Acqvumtmce. In Ihort, c�ery IImii^ that is v;Ood might he faiJ of him, for wi? a Man ot evccllcnt Senfr, which he never made ufe of but for the bell ol Purpol'cs. conftquently his Death m.\v be j illly confider'd as an univcrt,4! Ef�i  fcrar las Corpie is for the prcfent to be d�politcd in a Vjndt in St J.,nics's Church; but 'tis thought it will be canted to J*tu*ica to be intcrr'd. Ytfterday at a Court of Aldermen, Slintilby Bcthcll, Efq; was fworn in 'Alderman of Walbrook Ward, in the room of t'COrgc Heatlicotc, Rfqj By an Ofiiecr arriv'd from Holland are inform'd, that during their long l'ailag� and Stay a� Helvoetlluyi fourteen Soldiers died on board one Traniport, having been enibark'd upwards of fi.x Weeks. f.nfigt> W^almeri of Harrifon^ Regiment of Foot,>-ir appointed a Lieutenant i.i the faid Regiment. And Lieutenant Howard is appointed a Captain in Graham's Regiment. *      . YeOcrday Jonathan Brooks and a Clergyman were tried at Gui dliall, fir combining togetkcr, making an Aliauir, and conhning in an uninhabited Uoiife, in Fenchurch Street, againll her Wijl, Maty Reading, Spinfter, poireiTcd in I.anil, 5ce. of ijoil. svith an Interft 10 Compel her. Bgiinil her Will, to be marrieii to the aforefaid Jonathan I'rooks; when Brooks being found guilty of the AllauU ai.d F'alic Imprifontncni. was fentcnccd to te conljncd in New ^ate one Vpar, and find SccuritteS for his good Bch^vioa* for two Year' nfrrr.   The Cltrgyman was acqtiiited. On Wednefdjy Evening laft as Mrs Bullock's Servant of C'laphamwvs rciuming tiom London, c^'politc the R'Hck-Kilns by Kcnnington Common a Footpad (tizd him by tl.c Collar, and demanded his Moni'v, which he gave hit>i ; and foon after meeting with oneo  with him, which he did, kccpitg at a litt'c L^i-ll^ance; and the Pe'fon was a^ain aftacfe'd, jvhtnthe ^V'aich came to his AfTiil.iccr and fecur'd tSse RufT.an. He was carried bi.-forc Mr. Jollice Hammond, who coiiimU'.cd him to 'til- County Gaol.   He his made grcit Diic'.vciics. Y.'llciday a certain OfEcer of this CUy, of whom manv fcaiidjl i ' .11 ks 10 ijuv unknown kind and generous B^ncta^lors, for 1 hri-c Giiiueai put ir.to ihc IJe^^^in^v-Box ih's D.'y ; d f .r a Ciuinca pj: i: to lij l!'>\ in u I'.iper mark'd L D which were eqji.ly duuLd b/ ourSt.-waid. to the great J-'jv, t iinifo;;, aud Rilul ol ui uiili.i--vy LitiZcus in ihi� cold Sialoii. By pani'.ular Defi'e.   B��ng the l.tftTime of performing \: t.'..i i)> alou t )ii .Sj'i,ri;.iy uix'. ai Jii- A.'^t*oii Koi.'jn, lute the Nciv I lit .III- III it.c Hay Miii.it, Mr Fooie will cx!.ibi: .1 V. tl C'lli-CU. II of I'utuic.. all \virran;rd Orii;iiial>. and luirc tn ire iiciv I o;*, w.ch a iuv� i'l.. Ii>i;iie. l'l.iCi-1 (or t e B^.xes \'t be lahcii .tt the .Ar-vtii 11 Room. The /VLiCLun to bcjjiii cx.i..l'y at ha.t uit Hour alter Sit. In ti>c Selfi lis- Papr, puhl did Yi-ftrr.! ly, Puce 41!. only, a-e f. vcral icimi Kablc Frial , ii,iea'y Liiur G.iliJJ.an, '.'"crimce Conner, and Jolrph M.i|)iiJiii, (or Hig'i I'l.if 111. by di  1 '-n/ i!ie c incm ^.on. ol t.itJt Br11.l1.1 ; all.I Jon   o.i, tlieoiiiti u:i..'i.-f K v cu ]� 'e .y to Kf tii'� C'haj.cl u (lifo..)',ti PiccidiHy. by the Lod of ^: j iii.t >'� Siitcl. and davrn V. latgci i'.iitt, �nd tuin en t.ic .e.'t l(.i;d The Marn-.ges " 1 uigctlx r v. ii;i .1 I>*ci:ce on a lUr .i 1' St nip and Cci;:fl..jt ) arc tar ritd on for a Gome i as ..lual, .-iny Tuue nil Ecu, in ihe Afternoo.', b/ an.>:l�er ir^ut.ir Clergynun, nt Wr Keith s Itllc C h,pcl in Mn I :iir, rc.ir H>de P�ik-Cofi'er, Oj po-fit� i'l; gre.t Clnfw^l. jiid wltliio ten \xrit oi it ; there u a Porcn at the Door like a Country Cjj^Ufcii Poich. ~ N B   A   N    Iv   R   U   P il"   S. Mary ! 00!.cr, .f !Jil}, ipf'iite Street, Lbndon, Vkluilicr. Fiantii Roo.l.,. ut V.clTs in Norfolk, Merchant. IIiv.     a er at Londou-BrUl^c this Day ai 46 MinutcJ afer *i in the Morning, and t6 after 9 a'. Night. Niilti.'. ly Hank   Stoik 128     Ird a   Sock,   1-4 I .  It a 1 Soub-5e* Sto^k. ir>T.   Ditto Old An n.i..-', to 1 ^thj Dif.o New. ij >. Bink Annuities i?*' o s .1 I.. a } 4tb5 a 5 fe'.hs. ' Ditto 1747 1,8 ) 8ihs ail l>:ii.' l.o!irr� i~4�. i;""   I 4th a 1 half.    Hank - -. u..  r,". I Jifi a I half t I 4:h a J 8JiS. Thrrc pfr L.-t .Annuities i) } 1 4(h. Mi'ljjn Bir.k lOi 1 h�!t Iv!;iva!trr, ro I'licf Ro)a! Ai'Iu-ance 69. I.onilou Al-i.itai.e K. I'l.^Iih t.or|ci 4I 17s f/d. Seven per Cnjt l. n. p;-i o^S Loiii, 125 Fank Circulation 375 (>d. I'/cm.     li.Sia Dund). a   24-    a I yi   P cm. 11"   I-tni'ic'iiu II int fC.   I.T-J   f>j),       -ly           Ill  .1 j i!  I  . vrii .. I'l ^k,  .� I -n     .J t'-.-J ikjl .- (I.   l:^ %  .. .Win .1  .1 . .    I lirticai, in.!          . ihcni lo A^unoil A i.tr tui.i! auc w u>li i.:   ' rt.jfO.iilj. r ;) V is .ml 11.11"?;. - >-.',. I 1. 1 '.r  \ 'Oftt   U.....�! �:| li- r \|'. .N^  111  1    ! (i.c . i" f!.  ���-ir i '   SUNK ,    .   n    .�-�  . *   V��f 1>      .,� .        (�,� '.' -a /\;v  IS put.'' ' ' � 1 ^i I      h I.O iN I) C> N CoL�irll'.(!. �ni.�rj  p.lirr   tllllMl' l'>'IICuli�. I, (.>! ihf |> i��!r l,(e o( .1 I'ltiff.   s. ''ff'.hi in 1 f.n i.i'i.   J.  \t:ifi�;\   t> . M iU'nn",     .k.   ^. i .^.y 1.-I Mf Her>htri''>'tj>iui. i>i tU >T en'.-4 O'loid ApilifU.   5  IX:\-'.|>,�.�t ,>f 0�!rr.|i^ t'nWiith |i>�l ti>".ii.���i � monUment.iI tni'crptiun t-n lie Column ef Iticnhiiiin 6  Quef- tiom in Werimeti) iivt S-,)i�i>� i.^t. T.UMht^Ctjf .k*.'ir:�. S. ^j�t rriiniksb.'e It It u: i;.� t'oul: 1. .>riiii�r in xJht i\Af-UUtk�'t \vf'� K�. m�rk�. 9. K'rl 111 ^nl^^rr^.'^ Nlcmurml, 10. A ruiiix.t l'w�� of HiiWy, with i.K'.iti.iin U.(if<1.'�n ( (Itftr I ortid MurUrts. la: ii�Uu an(lo>i|iin>l CiKtf ol I'mty. Ac. I'iiiitiiil, ler �r>,l lo!.! i'V R. lUnJAin j n. tt the Rpfe in VtXrtjnt'Att' Row ; ot wh-.m miy t>'v't, ci;nipU(� Sell, ct n> * 'jU M�.'\,'U liMm -the llcg'rtiiiii^ m t!..�  I'llHf. "--------~ --'   ' 7/v.f L\i\ it p^hWTi^   Ti^^''[( i'"?^ f^umlcr   K.Xlll.   f/ IIF'.   UNI V I.: U .S .'\ I.   M AG .^ ?. 1N T _    rl Kiio-.vlci';.-ami 1 Usiinir, i t Jmiiiiy i:^?.   Cc^wa -� >i�. Jhc Thft.vy 111 .-X.l .VitLiiis. tit.'ii ilir Citiiien i>> lini piflv-ns . ilclcri .siiif, tlifir IiU.itMnnti, I I'unja'.i.n*, liil f      C � r.'p;        'itt iinil Stlrnici. I'UtiM. Mini'i'ls  Ac    Th* ContVtj'iun, tXTi ��t, IVt*. rrrviMvi, I'ufuiu, ft(. ol t't 1:iijiiilivicil.   A SjrtcU �^� !.11 .*t ,J'i!^ts. An KrHiMiry into i(ic t.'o'uU.'t     ihs T**..' 11 |.,.ijF Hif U. - mj inn* n.ud v..^! ih� Kcuju     King li.)�Jiiil V|.   'I Iw     uj's  �ncul j>�rtUf.*     isi%>v.ir .i , cm* th� Ur.! I'Ytniniut Artii.fj i.� l*�r!ijmrni llnrrtu?.'ii. .1�t'5 nl)).re i   wnli   I'rvtal M,it!ieni..'ii.a! 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