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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 23, 1749, London, Middlesex                                t H U U S DAY,   F E mot a r y 2^.  i -4 9- Ftbrmry 21. A III �   this ,  gt�>: City, l^Aich made the loudell Outcry againrt the t �'Farmtrs, ind it was common to hm the burghers -  oeen'y dcdkre, that if thft" Government would confcnt to ,fet afide thofc Vermine, they would cheartully pay to*  n-ardtthe JExigcncio of the State a ihiid. riay, one half Ll-more4taa^cy^paid-to-tl�fi-4?Arwer4-.---H^4k�4 WMBOt-stltt  only Province un^r Dffii<;iiUic$ upon this Account: 'I he  Provinces of Fridland, Groningcn, and Utrecht, ^are  dcOitute of Finances } Zealand has re-ertablifh'd the ,  Farms in an ample Manner, and 'tis the only Province  where Thingi go well.   Whatever Perplexity the Finan-cesimy hare given, and ftill p,ivc to the Government, it � i* to-be efteemed as nothing, in Compaiifon with that the Admiralty gives.  This is a Chaos that there ' < irti or into, Ijbich Sc Reformers of the State have fallen, is, .� that upon divfefting the bad People of their Employments, -  thefe h*�t neither been obliged to render any Account,  nor to. make Rcftitation ; tho' their Frauds arc as evident as the Sun at Noon Daj' | , i  fti. ay. �'Among�t other Damages occafion'rf by � the otwHofriagof tiie^Ri^vrs, we have Advice of 150 Pcr- fons being drvwucd. in lirittany.   The Abbe de Tourny liat beet-Knt to the Baftile, for fchdm^; a Copy of Ve;fos .' to a Fjeicnd in the Country tefieftrng on the King and the StJtte. ' ~  yeftcrday arriv'4 a Mail from F a a n c a. )?ari* jf-io'miuv, Fc^. a8. 1 he King having formed the Pcfigo of finidiine the Building of the Old LquvrC, has given Orders to JMr. Gabnel the AiKjI^i^cit to draw the PUos and PrbHIrs of what already exUbj and this Aruit � come t9 Paris for that Purpofe. tSS pttjeSiy lus graht.'c4 to ibcsDi^io de'Ch^M* s Brevet '^ith. Letters Patent, which iiave jbwn-rcgutcr'd; ^retaining 900COO Livrc* upon the GovcrniiitJit of Dauphiay, whetcby thi& Pitucc is authorised to bcu-row tnurn as he can upon that Srevct. ^ Vefterday the Court went ocit of Mourning' for her Kqyal Uighnefs the Dutchcls    Orleans. A very intirrcilmg Cauip is ailually trying at the Cha-lelct: The Qacflion is, to know whether the Troatin whereby FrancheComtc was re-unitcd to France, ajihorii'e the Lords of liiat Province to demand he SuccxHiin o' their"Vafi'als in France by Virtue of the Cuftom, which coald not extend itfclf beyond itk LimiU before the Re union L     O      N      I>      U      M. YeflcrJay carae 011 the Elcillion for one of the Phy-ficiant of the London Infirmary in Goodman's Fields, in th* fOOUi of Dr. Couingham. dcccafcdi jlic Numbers wert, for Dr. SylvciUr nt, fur Dfi |^icldon 79. for Dr. Tomlinfoa 42; whereupon tlieiormer was declared duly eleded. On Monday laft the Lady of Abraham Hunie, Eftn Member of Parliament for Src)tiingiu Suffcx, wan taldy delivered of a Son, a^'his Iloule iu liilc-Sireet, li.rkilc) Square. ^ ^ yefterday Thomas Ell,s, Efqi of New Palaq. Y�rd, Wcttminftcr. was qualified at Hicks-Hall as a Juilicc oi the Peace for the County of MiddUfex*. Co Monday Uft was nmrried at St. Ann Saho, J aha Shore, Efq; Serjeant-Trumpet to hu Majejly, to Mri*. t)^>t,ed, an agreeable Widow Lady of tjb^i)!. Fonuuo Yeflerday was tried at Hick^ n..)! a Caufe the Worlhipful Company 0/ Patten Makers of Loudon were Tlaintiffs, agaiott John Smittiftn, Dcfend.iiit. Iut exercifing the f.id Trade, not having tctved a, U^A Ap-prenticcibip i when after a long Ilealing. with Lojulcl on both Sides, a Verdid was given io Favour o( the lujd Company. YcSerday Oxteen Prifoucrs were tried at the Old Bailv, three of whom were cipitally convicted, vu. John Rave/i, lor Aealing a Siiitr Q^4r� Muj;; NichoJa:. Uuody, a noto. iious Street Rolber. for robbing Mr. bhort, iht OrE ��nning at tivc in she Kvtumj prcdfcly. ^rxj Sunday Morsuii^ a L'hiifity Sermon will bcpreach'd ^ Si. Vedatt in Foler-Lane,  b/ tlie Rtv. Mr .Ardjcr, ���orof St. Manm l...J^aic,        IVcU nd of St P^iul'.. "the bent fu of  100 j>0cr fhlUrcn li.Iiiiv^ing  to lliU T?je W^l^y 4p^Ke%*� t^H.pel i�thf�agW P.�*aity.by�?�t Knd of St.'J-inxs's Siifctt, and dovrn CUrgei-Strert. and turn on thk left Fland. The Marrtilges (togrthct with a L'cence on a Fwe ShilJing Sump and Cer:-fio:t\ ate car. r:ful oir jonrreys �* �t Sen, or for the more ready making Gravy Saace'j �n Cakc�-t)f a proper fize to nwkc>5ne Mtfs each, in Quantity tlvree or four Gills. This ufcKil Commodity v�iH iK-vrr fpoil, if keptdiy, and is dillblv'd in a,few Mirt>,itc� in boiVmg Water. She liaa alfo fomc of V''cal aai iW^s fonic of Fowls Wly, atw{ fomc of Mutton. Prke 6 A. each, or 5 s. a Dpxtn, m a Tin Box, for Convcniettcy of Carriage, and to keep tbtfn dry atSe*. Sold by E Da PoK iit the GoldchHNd iAPHijcan Ctnirt ^n the GnaiOU Uailji The Pu^blickfrnay be airurcd of having. a� nfual, ih* bed Piic^ for any Quantity of old Plate, Watrbi Jcwelj, and other Curiolities, at Staffottl BtiicoeV eld Sh.i : the Cornet of Friday.Suretit, CheapWe, llic Goliea BJi ouly, ...He hai alvvaya ready tor Sale the very greileil Choice, of chafed and plain nevir Plate, for Hxpoftatton or orherwife, done in- the ncwcfl Taiki, and stoit workmanlike Mai:fner� and all Soru of Second haBd PLtte and .VVafcivcs.iifemuch lower Pri\;�s than common. TbenoHi MoDcy. for pawned Plate. &c.   A fine Rofe Dtanioad SolitmriJ, to be fo'd vcry_cl�cap,u_--____-------- Drcl{Ynf6nVT)IIice, for FugitiveJ atnd Mariner* ^i be clcar'd of their rcfpciftivc Debts by AH of I'SirliamcPi. at tlv Corner of the Bdl - Savage Inn on Ludgare-HU!. Whereas great Numbers of Tradc-fmen and oihcr Pff-rj, dreading uie Mifcries of a Prilon, bajrc g*>^ into iortfgo Parts beyond the Seas, to the great Prejid^ce of I'acievc-�r.il ManufaiJlurcf of thw KitipTom j this thcfciore i�SE� �c-form lill fuch that ivere abroad on the |il Day of Ijnaary. 1747, that they are intitlcd to the Bcneiii t-f the prvfei-t Ail for RclicI of Infolvcnt l.)ebtor�, ana. by appJyin^ as above, they may have Advice, and their B Unei's doee v.iih the utmoll DifpatcK_and Fidrlity, 00 very realcatbfe Terms.   Note. Petitions, Warrants, Sunirnons, an4 Sciie� dules &c. arc fold^_'_ fi"fgh Wxier at London .Bridge this Day at 11 Minoaca ifter 3 to the Morniiig, and after 3 in.the Afecrnooai. "l^cllerday Sank S:ock wcs 129 ; .tths a 3 4ths^ Incia Stytk 174 1 half. South-Sea Stock, 107. Ditto O'd Anni itien, 104 t half a to; 3 4tb3. Ditto New, tot ; S^s. Dank Aiimiicict 1746, toi.  Ditto 1747. '02 a 8tb�. Di'io Lottery 1747, loo 3,4th4 a too 5 Sciu. BtrA. An-uuincs 174^, io> 3 4ths a 1 half. Three per Cent Art-nuiiic< 94 � 4th a 94. MilUon Bank no Pri�:c. Fq�i-v&lsnt, no Price. Royal Afljr�nce 66. London Affliacte 10,    Englilh Copper no Price.    Seven per Cent. Em- reror''; Loan, no Price. Bank Cy^culaiiou 5;$. Prcin. i.f d�; 36�. a ^a�. Pe-. Ihi SittMdyo.ume (rtii'ee nmflfttt the Tf'i^ri} ^ ' \N Account ot a Voyage tor the DUirovery ,  of tbr North-Weft Paffan^ J Th-t&in'd in the Ski? tfOi/tMau, is tbe Vejri I7.)6, 1747 j dpi. Franiu Smit�� Comnuiiiti. Bi  the  C.lrk of the C ALlFORNi.A. Sold - Street ac the Rofe in P*trr-ooflrr'Rov�: Wh�re m�j h� had, f hfc Firrt Votumc.   Pii.e j�. ti. The Subfcribeta w'l) liar� rhrir Books ddiver'iJ tu tiVtA *C Ktr. Cir~ birtt't, upon i ^lih tX. rcttioni wlicts la tie pUccd m tbe Moiy fiilhr, Sts .i.cic!. Hilh>r|f, �ii .i (k-cXi, hitM(>^ a hi-t oi (hit l.ill k'tlit'on, nuliy bc.in!, �vith  coin;>kte Set vf claii: new I'fiiita, oil (vjy n^. (or tt\t        �a-ic Isi III III f. curmui PfiatJ, ptofct.) lafoKJ, aoJ ncaiW bo�..-t i.a Iwu Voluii.tJ.   1'rii.e 3 I. Alio Mi. b kli'iuid'j Sicrrd Hifini*, 1 rol�. FcUi., 'i^au^ K^n'ah  , wi'.li the       S-.t  � to ha�e Su�!i,ho�ir-*� HiScrjr ef tine MINT OFFICE, rb 4, .-a'?. �W..j��w , *td'fT(frr Cat* JtU'tIi U Ml NA*rv OlS.f. FeV i6. 1^4?. 1     , M^^^f r*./V*/ 4.^.../r;4-"r�, ^tiid tht iM;&, ^ tfTif -;':�.� A* iir it, 5." ^t^'i% i      t ff  fc*l**f ^hjt rat* $a&,  *.it .i:i-fer .{ir/.mt a .Sh^l^ ii^ pitm -*ir�*-cr. Shift, ^ns f*ji^t.'^�!r,-aJ^Ff.-'/tst  " tmiril^siKnf mt rff />'�        ^/tt^. i'^f ly*} *f S*ittr ti*..i}!f�^>>t IHK Ac nti      Attf^rncys of die ikkunty Tams    - je XT-asi!. r;B9�i.:-� i^tjmfs a;Ciixk, JMt^^V til W � Orlf N;^-J��i �3n sJ-.t iS* >ef S*".tmha la#, tjiat .t)^ Soon It iSr. f^rfa's .lajT*;'�-�-ff 53, r3*(e|^ htU �.s4i.�1 tiis :       IVj-tsai rLJ6e  I .�aib tir Hmtk } of �vhiii 'ip^�lt d by Mr. Jolliffit, �h St. Timet'i Strte; j Mr. Ctotbscr, Ftett. : I Mr. CUilie, at the Ex^lunge j aiui Mr. o jja fciit�Bi-�'G*.'s Com^ai.v   iuic uiiongn:.: rt> k� M*-J�3i . tk �>-3. tts'i-'ia,, ^vaj.-am �.J.�>f;i<"<:%.ni." isusScr, r..4ka*�-.i.ceii��!a ktai .at ti,Hal...;f v't.jriy  5�p��fts <54i-:rv;e, i.'r -sftiTrf Sf        as ^fr. titer's ita 1^* Onfti' t-fljj^Te. tie j-it^iT-sioa-v.-it"-r.-..---      ^    , _^ ivfC. iV�-. L    X i .Sri?C / .w' KfrjU'fj^tsi:. siii  3t'^^J.^'i  Si-  i i:        t;�c isi-uiictiiiii ris^m-i ^ik-^ wail i� ait c'J C-.tl   7        ta ll�ftrKttt�-S'.rc-;f, '"I^rl i-   l-rdBTcts H 1ft il lor fctti.iK �n<^i Hilile in f .'uiiiKer� lllujlruted With jJHyl'VMv ^ ''t    b 1 *^ I a    E u n I o -4   if AVOVAGii  round   i.'jc   WORLD, in ifi�V*arli 1746k ' ' I' �74�. ,1745. �'V*-Ey      tOitOl!   AN*Otf.  Bj|: ' n.^w   r.rl  AI.'SON'. C//i.ida�tr iti tV*/�y ^ J iijti.i.ir%n "J til X'fjjfr^'i ir �^:* i.% "' ' i.'itft'Jii it la rft Sju-.b S/st, CuflipfU'i ftvm UuVajwn �iiJ M..�f iria>> ly RICJf .lltD �^ Af.TT.t, M S. Ct^jli^ij' Ut^MaJ^v't        'h <:./<'C/-.ii� tm :Kn �ii. .';."�.�. ^   'iViee        ill Siir^'ti." ;  Itw f-uw on Royat 1'rj.Vr ui'.'uu-.s. tj!uant�i (ni.ti ffiiy-..�c Vrj* Ci pi ft .P.all a.   I'tif A��u, ch� Su�h E.li'ion, vruh llircc U i Cs ��-�, vix. ol the SvyCh;m,Pait of .S�,mL Air.ciu a. oJ t'ati �f it,.? t'i..*i,; O..Mn, �ni) (�f iiic'lTr:,*k o/" tti� Ctnlurlj.T I ...tJ iSc \VuiU.   Vine ievi'd, or 6t. buuud. '     � Frliit>  /jr J. �nH I*. Koaiitfjii, in l,v.<4Jte S;n�f. t.'otr, the Stti*! UtE , ina) tie had U^M'-i. y, j I'liftcuiarii.   Hrice 71. t.-� t*.; I'a..-J, -vjr ti l-:-.^V �..       ^Ur*.^ >&. Jfe fivs ,.-ISc- fi;..-..s   - -   .. � -   , a ^�i-~Jj|-� �. . .t I  . . A   S   ;^   i: Tat   -a �y^if'tfe,' L A ^ i O 7.  i - i -. -. .jc-.-"   

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