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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 9, 1749, London, Middlesex                                m i..ljiy.W,T ,11. t ^ t) li^^�t> A V,        A^r: ^� 1749. Ffkrksry ^ IRRIV 1>, tJwWcnritttk. Sf. I^tb, Krom CardUni } and xht 0-^, Bryant, ftom Kiw' York. L'umj d<���i �o anc�> Renain. hh M*jedy";- S�ips Gar-lAtni and Solrbay. w4A �he Eaft-lnJ>a:.icn . apd the I'tincef! AiMiclfi, , TiA.UuUs; ana ihe EB^cavour, --tor-Bly-virid S. W. i ilfiil' Mufdei;} ^liJ^y Uic' Krfon ifom(i�e anack'd) and ihe-�1 )prd� of ^, IMk b�fo e .� that the Bomb WUl not burft this Viif. Il w toot fco��f�f cotamly knonni; whether it ^iwniiU^^a^^^^ feact Meafaiw. v3befot��akiofe*inr BodM�|i^ > with tehat was batcUa^ ihe4��titt wlS^itl I*   �tfc%�teanttaooiis 1C Wd to tbdr Chalet )irtiei�(u it wo��a bavebjtoi in the oth* Cafe Sfy W Ifte >i�Tia^^ them.-There areib��ePeople Wl^ wUl *�*erthat*^^ it,       all � fiM� has been �>hI upoo thb SaJbjtft ikr bceh rc^tted ^* with BO other Vkir titta t� JKIige the Co  jiteal itt Troops oi;t of Jk&ailia. iheiSaort ^ Strkm .not bcwgldcared witb their bein^u its NtJihj>&i]tirhood, '     dheciaUy at a TJiae what     Kiiig �f i* not on - the beft Terins iitth th^        of/'S^inMi tUs bft not ' * haviiig jrctpcrfonmed theErop^thK^itaiadetoflbtiiJn * * the Guaranty .of the Empire to thev esttes ofififfftet vAhi^dm. -   of  fumm woaki doc have opppfal it; becaufe the ^.tuQciy  �S Triiwryfi worth iiKM�thati/thai^of J^ajcws*. aiui  the '�fnprc&QuOca oinib nothing |d prtfer�e the Fyitiid:  jbip And CoD&dchce of the Bavariac Court.* Ycftoday aniv'fLaMul firon       � cs. P�n$ jNe-muM, Ftb. r 4. Ob the isth the Peace v/ifi poct9!a>M in all the pobltck Pbices of ihis City, t%ith (he Ceremonies prdpe- on fucb an fXCvfion. Yeilerday ft Dcum was foug in ihc Metrupili-an Cfaurcb ol this City,' la Ute Ereautg was piay'd cff the Firework, which ^heas. ^fiaeS that vns ever fcen. Mcaiandf^liljptefodifln--bated to the People, and-fcveral Fouatam'flowed with Wtne. AH the >>vteti^ and the Front of �he Hotel d i> on the War. YcHciday i!>l-frcnch a�id Irslian C'oiuc(ii..Ra fcrfuiuicdgsatii oa Ac(uuat of |>tocUuatii� the Peace. The UtX LcKcra fjoni Roth.^lr advjfe, that a c�rofiilcra-ISc Mtn.V^Rii-ltnn Wiiaequipping there, which was to f n, Efq; frcoad Soo of_Sn Jo^n^J  AbCcBce, and by hit Oder*, a poor �ooi-\ioy dicifed that daiqgcfous Wound: The poor Creatuic langai^li'd far �m ten Weeks, and then died. The w hu!c hiiMi >va. kept a profoond Secret, ad ihc bjiied. wiUMtut iiivij;g ay Notice to the proper Pcrfo!i� uf the Occaiion o( her Wh J bat tfce Omcers of the Pariih b)' Accident hearing fcaethicg of the A&ir. feni Ncikc to Robert Wright, who u the CorooKT for :hc ^ ounry. who iuwtcdiaiciy *'^>'ed Out his Warrants to take up ihc Uudy and iumro'>n  Jwy. aWhu^e^ if had been hi led Jour i.nd iweniy Da)� ; fd oa SaiurSy lali hir ii-cjcc, a ^.ry r~ r^cin S-r-t^o*. ofetd ibc Body, and a ^cat N J3:bcr of v\ juicilcs fomd U-ape} ttM we hie credibly iiifornrd ikis Amir wilt      httd bc^TC oneor^Kii Mnjeny** Principal Secretaries of ^m�.     '    Ytfttwday died-^Mrs. "Reefoti, Wife of Mr Reff^n, cioiaeni. tiatuburgh Metchitnt. in Budge-Row, near Buck-, leribury. (!>A WedneKIay died at Morden.Col*eg(.\ B'ackh^atli. �Mr. Aincy� formeriy a very tmiiteni Mt rchftnt of this C\ty. Yedtiday died at Mi Hotife iii' N�\v' Pilace-Yard. WcU-miniler, aged.upwards of So.Mr.Jt^hifWilkinron. Deputy Cutter of the 1 allies, and Daputy U^hcr of the Exchequer, and liitcwife Superhitcndaot of the Exchequer Watchmen, indQi i whkh Ihn ho kvptiWeral Year?. The ReptAt 0f ihe jMift^agc df th� Rev. Mt. Hatrifen to Mifstiifeca it,witbotttFoiiiKlation. I OoTucliiay ftlBoyabottt.lbWri^ Yean^ of'Ani, Ww> kiiPd nter 8ti)aiw��>SqiMfr)e,Hby A Stick throwni Ht at CoiJtr, Which Rnidc hint oh the Temple� �iid he died ivithia utoflours. Iponday Jatnes Hili. of the .Sectind^Tl^H of tiid(U7%hc k'iligh)vayttt�H it^^^li 'fitt&y B%t,and thft^ bind-i^^eiAetit^ihe CoachMan {�/ottd ^fpy to Tewn. giVe )J baiW^l^l^jjftftiity ta >e ^'rtlWit, > \ byvjanesllitafen Efqf ^ph^Uf^, f6rf6m^i^ vir�^^H*�pl0ey. art3}ovei>Ha the StVa^^ t^l^M m Apeple^ltick Fir, Jtat-ph AW fi%^ttce^er of'kHo Salt and fiycife Dutii^i Yor thef^'Pttm^n^^h^ f'tA^t Ke i>�V*i^'(� mhny, Ymt %hi�h^ffth�n.)eht hiih : tho Bfginnfnf ofSepitiKbitr fili). ih tOi >Sacl^ Uhd ftiititf bro�*n Paper,   --i ' , This D^^hp^mjbU^ (Prki ts* '"f^HIv Gwui^dj tfid RvxTimQifS ofli X         tl^tirV, *t#hilMica1y ^H*^  >w>Mb ItiPmk of Rnkt or M�iriis<    tV/'^Wt ^Ijt^i t� a 1 l\^ � *t>i U> tun. v^iiii ih:*s &M�a. �l i� a a*M� AsdwiMWiaafilM .r      " -�        �   - ^ wtt. J/jun Kirk, Engraver, in St. PiUl't ChuichYar^J, at Fiva Shillings apiece in Silver, And 1 a. 6ds.iu CftPve(> The Way to- Keith's Chapel isiJtrough.PiccidUly, by the EJnd of St. J.imcs's Srfect, and cj.;wr>'Ciargei-Stieet, and tarn on the left H�t;d. The IWarriiges "(trtficihcr with a Licence on n FiyC'  i>8 a 147 % 4th). Irciu S-.ock 17.1 J 4li�s a I half. Smith Sea t>toek, io,| 3 4th5. liata O.d Antuiuc, lOi 7 8tbs. Diiio Ne.v, 10^ 3 Bihs. iLiMt. Annuuiv* 1146. 9; ( 8th. Ditto 1747.,-I90. Ditto J ottvy 1747., 98 7 8th5. Hank Ani\ii(tiei I74ii, 99 7 8th>    Three per Le>.| Annuiiiei ijl 3 8cti�. 99 7 8th�. Million feank 01.   Ki|u'utt!eni. nc Price,   ftu>al Aflu-rsnce 67.   1 .undon Afluruiice no Price.   P.nfMi Copper i.o r'ritc.   Seven per Cent. Emperor's l-oao, no Pnrc B.nli Circjla.ton 4zt 6J. Prc.li.   ludja Uy.,d>,       a a6�. 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