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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 16, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advertiicr. T H U R S D AY,   I ebruauy   i6,   1749 D/jL Frhru.irj 14.. RRIVEO, a Ship from Cadix, and rc�nair.5.   Wif^l North. Extr.~ff rf r. Lfifrr frrm a Pttfin 1^ rrA-j! ImtiiJif^f^r,- at the Hague, � I he Saft Uciiberation* of the ' S;a:c; of Holland, which were ' fcfjiendcd for fomc Days, to give ' tiiem i ime to re^nlcran Account * \i s-.�w F�>�TciBg5 to the Councils of their refpc^Uve ' Ciiri. f�irirapa11> tarccd upon the Kcgubiions of ilie * FiKi  with uhich chi$ * fcijuciac Knedor flsall  be ia.'c�td    'This Dcfign of gjnraes to las Seretsc Hi^hnefs an eminent KiTiploynicnt ta iSte GoTCSUbcai of the Company fprung from the Frejaacxan* cfpccial^ the Jews, ^hu have been a long TimeSjresily   en* dstf Vam uken. rf dircfbng theat to appear At the  GcafoBuce ilxMre-aiention'd.* JS�a?� i8. Tbc Annircriary rf the Oirth of the Hmaajif Vt-xat &i�Khi:oider is tbe Day fi.x'd for exhi liiBifg dK KncaKQflu, &c that have been preparing here fcrMacTiac to cdcbrat: the Condufion of the Peace. Yc&xdsy amv'd a Mail from F a a N c e. foxypxf^, ytm. 19. Some D'-'ys before Count Fincken-tam, Eas-oy Ejxfsotdi&arj fraun the King of Pruflia, let osi on til. Ilccaia to Berlin; the High Chancellor Count Bc&sdtff  ax Ixat'c, tvete aneScd by Lis Order, and kxaot ca tbe Oodd of Spsodau. On the Inlbnces made br liit Esapodk to obtain tneir Liberty, the King of Pruifia jEuaiic AEf�rr, its: be would graiit it them, if her Impc-ru3 \&.siyAj ac^ld coufi.n: to return bun the Baron de JMwidbcrg. uham tie ktopi Prifo er. The two Courts caeauM cn taii Por.!. becaufe the firft pretends that H� Ciii> difcs w:drlv ; the Sicurs dc Rrutcni and dc ^�ife^ BOI br;r.|; S^rjtct, of rhe King of Pruflil, and Banaa &i*fLri:>cr^ b.-:r^ a Subjra of the Eniprefs, and ifflnrrg hJk ci, iorfcr.cd L:. Life by enliHiug Men in Li-raiaa ibi tiic 2>triii:c of a foreign Posver. It's hoped, lowmcr, durt tiij Difercncc wiU cot alter tbe good In-�cSgcaKic bnwccs tbc tv.o Ccirta. Ocmso, TS. i. "Vhe Pofi-Chaife of tbe Marquis d'Ahu-tsarLi c�i ^��ci Btar Kcccc. and the Marquis would incvi-j^j kaiT baco jJltoj.;' (l.>�^'n tbe Precipice, had not the Ca^iiagc ki^^y flatk by i Tree. Psrij J-la-sam. FtJ>. xi. It's reported that the King ia oSj: oil' 1 * Tax of the Tenth Penny in July n�t. CeL Yost u cone to refide hcic from the King of A� Ai3>c u ameSpd t-.eTe, being convifled of countcr-fam^       rf tbe Royal iMay and aegociatiog (hem. L     O      N      D      O      N Ob To(^y the Lord* of tbc Admiraln' put the Anfoa ���� ai Pom'atouth into Couun diun,  and gave ^ CwjjitiiarBJ to Capi. Jtsilinian Nat;; the aforcfaid J>hip �i as hea Giuzd Ship m that Place. THi Day tiicie is ib be a Court of Coiattioti-Ccuncil at G-fidjiaa. %,Um. we *car. tbc Affiur of Ic^ung the City ���e rf Caaiaj-Mcii wiU be taken ij.to Confiicration. Wc ba� tJaa Dr D.i^Jon, D/. SilvelL-r, and Dr. Ti^B^wk-s!. hit Ciodiijic: fjr f.pplyjug the Vacancy of anfcj&canic iheLonJsa !ct.-ri*r> ; aad that the EleAiofl �3 be asa^e aua. \Vcinr!j�v. br oi.e general  lUllot, �iU b(rgia �t tic ii-^r oi LUvcn. acd cad at prciifcTi W� hux iti: cte !)a. Lx.'^ iox the pL/ing off the Fire-�i3Bk� �c iLt Uieca P*ii. it jt.^Ci is Friday the 7tb rf Api2 asai. J^Tst^X)! *'-d Vc^rdi�> ti�e Lt.cvalier Scr'vandon?^ ^"�^P**"'^ aatcadcd and t;avc Order, lo tlie �Biji3^}' d to bsiid lie i>cj:;�jjwj.-ig �"or the Fire-w^tt tbe Grocc Park a. cfj�! Utaiiiy dif-i   u. Uii Hjufe in P-radifc Street. Cifc George W*Be. an o!d ton.niandcr in janiiticaXiiit. hjt\     bcca np.ia^ds of liuiiy Voyagej ta tt* Aitrracx/n   John  .^dain.-,   Efiji aj� Cji>. ns-ie ih* Rrpor: o.' the Malcfaclors irl/^*** rf l>cati> *   *^ �c ciJcr fci Lvttuiicj:  >L.i.li �vill bc Mondsy next) Terence Conner, j )fcph Miplianli, an I Uilher Gahagan, for filing of (iuineas i )ol\� Forllrr, fr flealiag rwenty-fixe Guineas, the Property of Mary Jnnvv ; John I rimlcy, for rt)bbinj5 nnd tlrtpjing naktd a young Woman on Hojnflow iiratli ; WiKiaiii Jcffotic?, aIh-JffFcrfon, for Sinuggltng, CiMidcmn'd in Sifptcinbi-r 11!\ and rcfpitedi and 'TTiomas Jones, l^r counterfci'iti�j n Draught in the Name of Sir Watkin Williams Wynn'-, Bart, with an Intent to defraud Meii lionfidc an.i Uelchitr. Richard Colfon is ordered to be tranfporfcd for fourteen Years. �liKabeth Watfon, f(�r returning from TranfporiBtion, and Mary Ryan, for breaking opon and robbing a HphK in Kciitifli-Town, updcr 6cntcncc of Death, being both pregnant, the Report of them was dctcrr'd. Wc h9ir that in Confec^ujJicc of the laudable Ro("o-luiion of the Inhabitants ot 4)t. Paul Crtvcnt-Gnrjcn, of protcrting their Conlhblcs and Watchman in the Exctu-lion of their Duty, a Caula was tried before the Rl^-.ht Hon. Sir John \YiIlc�, Chief Jufticc of the Common PUa�, at VVcltminller, aaainil two Gentlemen, for airaulcin.;. beating, and ibibbing a late Conllable of that Parifti, xvhilll upon Duty ; when the Ofloncc appcatcd to bc of io heinous and flagu-vnt a Nature^that the Jjuy btought-ia a VcrdiiV"agninlt^�e~br thfm for 6oal. Damages 'i'Ui^ exemplary Inffancc m.iy probably deter PcrlbnMrcm com uiiitinu nightly Difordcvs for li.e tuture. The Report of Mrs. Botcuvcn's lying dangcroufly ill proves a MiAiikc, that I.;iJy being lu a fair W,\y cf kicovcry. NnvinJUfffih. It.  Lafl Saturday Morning died. L'Krirto plicr Midford, Efq; of the antitnt'Family ut Midlord of S.ahill. We hear that the two P^rfons who were apprthciu^cd at Boroughbridgc on Sitrplcion of robbing tlic Mail, arc difcharg'd, tlie Poft-Boy having dcclir'd that ihcy were not the Men Edinburgh, Fii\ 9, I afl Tuefday, afttr the Lords had received tlic Rctam ot the jury which fat on Bryan Symour, iinatiimoiifly finding Lim Guilty, and were going to prono'ince Sentence, tiie Court was ftopt for wunt of a DempHer, thn Ha igman, who ufually oniciates in that Office, being fo much indilpofcd as he could not bc brought from his HouCc, though a Chair w.v fent for him : The Lords adjourned the Court till Yeltcrdny at One o'clock, when, a Dcmpfter being found, SeJiten�e-~rf Dcatb Mrai proitounced on him� appointing 'him to bb hang'd in uie' Gr�ir�-Market on Wedncfdav the ag.h of March next. He appeared extremely affcftcd, and pled hard for Time to repmt of his ininirold Sins. They wri:e from Aberdeen, that on Saturday laft a Footdee Boat with fix Men was drove in from Sea, at the Cove, and beat to Pieces on ihe Rocks. Four of the Hands periAied, and the other two fiv'd themfelvcs by fwimming on Pieces of the Boat. The fame Day a Moit with tix Men, who had gone a fifliing from Muchells, near Stonehaven, was overjTct, and the Crew pcriihed. This is to inform the Publick, that whereas Dr. Hillmcr did perform fevcral Operations on Thiiriday laft, tilt. Chriftian Bofenbcrg, the Surgeon, whom the Doii^or has pleaa'd fully to recommend to the Pnblick for his !;reat Ability io regard to the Eyes and Ears, he pei^ orm'd an Operation alfo, svliich svas very c.vtraortim.uy in ic! kind, by relloring to Sight a Pcrfon who svas bh�id of both Eyes, to tiic great Surprize ^nd jull Declaration of all the Speflators 1 and as Satur  >74fl, 100 ) 8(hi a 7 Sths, Tbrfe per Ce.it. Annaiiici 9? 491 7 8ihj a 9a 1 4ih. Miftton Bank ipy Rquivalcni, no Price. Royal Af-furtiace 66. . Cqndon Afl'urance 10. Englifti Copper 4!. i7t. da. S|>vcn per Cent, fimoeror'g tioixk, no Price. Baiit^ Circuli^lop 501. Pretn.   ladia Bonds, �8|. � |i4. rbis bay is republiJhU, (Price is. Cd.) TANCRED   and   SIGISMUNDA. A Trstcdy. Ai It hss httn *lXti, sod �i it Is tu be sfttii at ti� ThcaiK Ror>l m DrOrr- Lam on the 7th of March iv.ki. By      JAUfES      THOMtiON Priatcd fuf A. Millsr, olc;<, bound a 3 volt. tio. PixtbuuiMi J. Or h't Sriruiu, in * Pocitcl VLiuiiic.   I'cice buuttd 51. This DayUpulflJh*d, in One Volume^ j^tnrij., lllujirattti u.tlh fortylaa   l.t �f   I. .^^tr-{'..,:.., Tht    f J t 1 H    E u . r I o .    u/ AVOYAGIi   foiuul    the    WOK 1,1), in lh� Vfiri 1740, 174I1  '74�. 1741. �'^4. bf OEOKOE   ANiON.  E'si   rw�   U; lfili l-.ivn, with I'rrt (I.,,., kit. of cits auulh cn i'lit bl buu      u; .-�lI} ll     A . \j'-.;s c- i� " Vhe liniuli- '.i. r>-J mi .-.'t l''i*m ('fifi 1 fvjif       fcti w'  .   .'..i     l�^ f r f im"^ �     ^ ' t' f '^u- ? 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