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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 6, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The IMly Adveftifeh M O N DA Y,   FBBRuAiiy 6,  1749. AME dowa. ribe MajSk aad thejr accoidiagljr ixzicA laft Soada/. The Corps of that PtinceG sriH be intcrr'd ax St. Den-ia, the Sepokhre c�f the Kings and the Royal Family ; W on her Death-Bed flie de&cd to be baiied wixhoot tfao leaft Cetemobf. On MoadBf and the foOoAii^ Days, fevcnd of the Order of Mendkanta performM the Cjocmony of fp�iak> UMKolf Wateropoa theConi. Thqr write from Rhoaa. tttt d� Sea has been fo agitated for SHys bjr theinMg Weft Winda. that It has oretftowed ha Bonndatira. The Seine is aUe thcrcbf b fardled. dot it*s hi^^ &aa k �vas in the Ycia 1740^ iaIiaaKach that an^ Pcopie in this City are lader g^cat Affrcheeioa of foch an In-andttioa ns happened at that liflN. Bt a new Otdioaace the Kiaa has d^iflaaded the Rrei-meats of Rojral Walloon and Beaflcn WaOooa L     ON     �     O     ft. St.Jiomth FA r. This Ovf tfcc Ri|^ Hon. Jobn Earl of Sandwich. Fnfl CominiSaaer fcr cKcooting the Office of L4itd Ht^ Admiial of Great Briaia. Ac and Sir John Ligoaier, Knight of the Bath. Lienteaaai-Gene ral of the Ordnance^ were, bf his hfagdly's Command* fwom of his MajefljrV aaoS HoaooraUc Vmy Cooncil, and took their Pbtoes at the Bsasd acaaduagly. ^ Lord I&snelerfc's Rmntcnt of Foot, with two others appointed fome tine bncc. wiQ cmlork i^t Week for Gibraltar, to relieve tfec Gxrrilba 'hoc It is reported. Hat the FjuI r, an cmiacsu Wisc-Mcrdiant of Ibis City. On iisturday lad Hzzt, Ff|i h)as married at St. S�pcL!chie's Chai^ tlecve, a v�r agrecaklr Ladr- WESTERN    CIRC Mr. Jajiia Firji.r azJ S>tr. Bj'yii Soatbampton. I'ucfilay Febroaiy la.aitlfceCaiii* ol tVinton. Wilts, Saturday March 4, at Ktir S^ram Dorfct, Hturfiiay March 9. at Oovditcficr Cityaod County of Excccc. McB�!ay March 13, at the GuilJhall of the bme Cit; Devon, the fame Day. a: tbf Ca^le of Exga. Cornwall. Tucfday Match 11. at Laaafrftos S.  Si. Ed^jnii. NORTHERN     Like LI T icrd auf jtfiiu irorj ^'^j r. 7i- C�y of Vorh* Monday tii-.th 6. at ti� 0'. i^atiii uicic Yothihire, q�a bftx Day. at the tiidr of Yoxlt Lanc^binv Mimdajr March iv. a: ta* Calkof J-ancaitr. In Con�r^aCBCe of tte t'tJcri.inta's   p-Lijjij'd oa 1-iiday, * 'fge P^iy of Su!iiKt3  wcsc on Sniunity  Mormng ftria Search in       iif�*, aad it* L*nc� *n cnhAibii��iT ia asd ahaut Owic Wtts. -.'^ Saturday a Man and his WtCc nknctakm in I'brce- �i Mo:ly U I T. TIWTfdiy laft in the Aftemooni near the End of Pottaga!-Row, facing B�ar-Yatd. * Servant to Mr. Wilforf� M��l-tnan, of Clare-Market, best four Irifttmen, each almoft 6f hit Size, and armed with Sticks, and he had none. Ramjgetr, Fei. �. 1 have juft Timf to inform you, that a lai^e Tranfport, with 600 of the Foot Guaidi on ho^rd, which has been mifling feveral Week*i hath been in the Downs to land the People, and though the Wind was S. W. the Surf was fo great, that they could not attempt to land them there) fo the Ship is now nt Anchor about a Mile from our Harhouc^ and tjie People all landing here to their Satiifaflion. Mar/htdfta Pfijm, Fth. 4. We the poor Prironeri r.'turn our hearty Thanks to our worthy and unknown Bcnvfailor for ninety Quartern Loaves of Bread, which were this Day dillrib^ed by the Turnkey, as a fcafonable Relief to the foor confined Debtors on the Common Side of the faid rifon. For the Benefit of M'- Povcll, at the New Wells, the Bottom of Lemon-Street, Goodman's Fields, this Evening, at Five oX^lbck, will be fcvcral new Performances. To which will be added. The Saildt's Progrefs} with the Humours of the Fleet Marriage. The whole to conclude with Harlequin Skeleton, and a Hornpipe by Mr. Williams. During the Time of the Bcaefitt thofe who chufe Wine may have it at a t. a Dpitlc... Pit and GallciyV 1 s. 6 d.   Boxes ai. 6d. We aredeliiedby Mr. Pinchbeck to acquaint the Nobility ami -Gentry, that the Sale of the late Mr. Mackenzie's EfFcfts, and for clearing the Rcpoliioi^, which was to have been thi� Week, is (by on unavoidable Dlfapftoint-mcnt in the Workmen who were cnlar4>inc the Lights on the Stair-Cafe leading to the Repoftior> ] vbligcJ to be deferr'd till Thurfday, Friday and Saturday the Week following, being the i6.h, 17th and iflih intUpt. The VV�y to Keith's Chapel is through Ficc idilly, by the End "f St. lames's Street, and down Ciargts-Stiett, and turn on the left Hand. The Marriages (together W'th a Licence on a Fivr-Shilltng Stsmp and Ccri^ficaU) ore car. ried on for a Guinea as ufual, nny Time till Four in the Afteroooo, by another regular CIcrgvman, at Mr fCeit.i's little Ch^pe) in May-Fair, near H>jlb^Patt-Corner, oppo-ftte the great Chapel, and witliin ton Yurifs of ic s there isaPorcM at |he-Dour lika a Country Church Pure i.' SIR, IN one of your Paper.', a few W  ago, yo'i fiid that 8 Bill would be brought into i') wiih f>rj^c Si.nii of ready Money : A^id b( fides nil (In-, there arc i;ot ]  than thirty or (or(y Tlioiifand rerdiuj id and nbojt tlilj City only, wliofc Livelihood dop nJ* upon ihi� Manufacture. This c'onfidciaticin fiinly will have Weight with every or.^ who has any KcysrJ   Rciti iu a4 that Money, but luvc MWif tj M more to It i il tli�y mc, they li��e ilir Art to fake fioni II : Thoretbre fair Huycii uill be firudrnt to in.ikc no Ikttt witiiuui nanuni; the Sum. WkctUcr true ur lalle, I'litiiotiun can ilo no Harm, ^^^^ -miUi'dbflCft. Feb. 4, .-48.' WHERE.IS Jivrri ivitJif^fiJ Ptrfoni in inuiiy Purli of lh:i Ki'i^d'jin make a Pidi^isi of (ountitf,iti/ig the C.\tri and Mtttring offijft imA count,rftit Minry ; thmfur, fujliat of tbt PiOii fr th( f'vcrnl C^unlhi in Engluful uti.l If'.,/, i, �//,/ athiri 11.bfiin it inay euucrn, art JeJir'J to tiike Noti,f t>t>e"f, aiUfnJ an .licoant fa F :(,.i'!i Q-ok, Sulluitu) li. I., M:j,jf) t Mmt, ol lit CJji.mbiri in Climtnl'1 Inn, lanUvn, uj iJl Fujom atrvj uniLr Jciuf.tian; nud frnmTimt tu limei./ uJl Itiih at Jb,Jl htrtuJtir ht iiuufed if tmy Ojf,nu ifli.tui^ tu tht Cli'i, tu^^.thr'uitO Cofiii if lhar (A,iitmittiunti, umt-jf the Int,rri:cti.''\ c.J E.\.itrju.tt/:vi nLitii,il tijiriio, .'nj fu^u l'.,>c ..' /. tuifit ta f>r.f...l, l\- 0/,->,J     lit Ui M.j-jty I i i..r^. This  t>fff it pMi/b*d^   (Prut  2 k,) SOCIAL BLISS conHtlcrM: InMarri^e M piWrte, rehkhii^M Mnau'r^M. rial MkCrfc WWhy. (ah. tainina 'Dliatl NNIlAi* � W kna��t In all jiW MbaMH**! MeilVk rh�srtrip*ieiil�Bi^3)mM* (sT au  With tit %�tfc �# MAMSf Baker, >M Nutn ihctNo. Gl DEON    ARCHAll. Prlntrd fer and l�M by R. RJ�. -nrT' T tT j Tl f    tii ihlBiiA in "Pswa snJ Co a'ty. Ttij   Day   ts fmPtiJb*:\ THE REPORT �r ine Pr^dir^s m\ Oftnhm of the BOARD CCKCRAL OmcC^ en �M( KianrinsiltHi iiklw ih* C<��t�itf*t' hti.d nud ^9>tvi,9, r i.f^t i� In mffrtkt�Md mud �(��t.7 V*/lfr-Cttrmi, CiKORr.H SHKLVOCKK. StrrftM^ N�vr*Ofice. Feb. 5, syad. ^HB P,itu!ft,t6fit*rim�dammi�t�0�fi^biiH�hi�*'f 1. Nnvy H i> /mtb Ptr/tti mt mr* imUm^Ui U mHt$A the f.iid Sei/r, amd bid /�' tbim: Amd mt m Dttf^dU (ff Ti^Htiiyfivt Ptw-di i* imth HwKtrtd P.mtdi, ar im rnfitt-I �i thi'.t\ it tt ht m-i'dt by ibt Ptr/�m �r Ptr^mt mtt' Jt'ttU pu'(>>,tft tht fu-d Sl'ft ttfd Pmrii a/air�, c// Ptrfih �x.bj Jholl attitd lb* /aid Suit art It l�tl Slitt lUttif, mnd totnt f'ttartd f*r tb^t Pvtttt; m*d m�!t't ih* Sbift ft pu-tbaftd jkall bt f^id f*r and litbtn ttvim* ml ihf Cmd ^ farly aftir lb* Oay / Salt,  tbt D r,t   ii'C/xi  tn   tbt  Aftrrmagn,   AviU  bf fmt tf It S,jJ* in tht Lbt-g Rottt ml tbt Ca/'itm-tlimfe, Ltmdtm,        � Sygiirt,   Cin^tr, and C II.m,   in 7/�/. Tl. ital, il.de Park-Corori, Feb �, ly^t. NOTICE it Lnty gitm, tbji m tlarlt CimralCmrt nii/I bt bi/d bit* ta FndiTf tht ijii iltfS-Ki, tit EUvut t'duti iu tbt Ferrjtcsn. __HUGH S.^Y, gyi.  ^ - ~ Wctlminller fafirm-nr. feb. j. �74#, NOTICE it brreiy gtittn, tbk t tbtwt it m Fcumty if ail Apotbtcuty ta tL PuHiik Ufrvtjry ht yaimi-Slmf, IViJJn.inJhri and fu.b �� iiUud t� af.r tb^mf.tvft CaajUt,� foy tbt fantt, art rtjuittd la tittind it jH'tiUj B^frd tm *r btfiire tbt ltd ivjfuut. _RICHARD PLArr, Sttrumy. 'IT^HF. Mrr� h nf.i ami other Hcrl'om poifd'aM Jt ut lliUi amt Ctrl Qav� Jnwn by tl�� (everat O iwoe**! ia Kt��k Ameriij on Ac-.ouni I'ji fAi-iii)'s Sci'cs la ^acc ii>:*        CkKUKZ. � >l4ri fil.i i( iIk i.ittnJ- I .il- .jii *5iiajc It ?kc     vju K   O   V   A   L     OAK YOU arc (itTifivl to meet at ihr iii  l^'if-rn - >f,-(.-f   ,fi   },r  Vii'.,  S   -tl-.ik. the   l'n-'.f i.c)   i:'   t^t H,^� Ck-i,   i i>>.l. .fc ..1 t!,- Ai! wio I, IU- W,.4 *a. i.J til. 1)1 uiiiij I) I a/-,, ji-J ^luric �i; -
                            

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