Daily Advertiser, February 24, 1749

Daily Advertiser

February 24, 1749

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Issue date: Monday, February 24, 1749

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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 24, 1749, London, Middlesex The Daily_ Adyerti F U 1 B A Y� Fe BRu AR Y 24. r7v9- Dm/, February 22. O Ships in the Dotvni. Eall by Notih. Wind At Exfr,7ff if a Lffrr fixm a Ptrfn* ef tUftifafkn nt ttt Hagtre, Jatni 18. "1* All ihe Ncw� which has been yUtcly received here from the ' "Courrs of Ruffia, Denmark, 6we-' den and PrufTia. and Cevecal Lctteri '* from the Empire, continue to iniinuate that War ii inevi- * table in the North. Some of thefe Advices found this * Notion upon the important Difcoveries made in the * Papett, abd by the Confeffion of Coant Leffock and bis * Accomplice*. Wha� however may be depended on is, � that the Court ofKuffia has really publiQicd nothing in * nmurd'to the Crime df that Jbithlcrt Coonier, and to the * JMKOveries which have been mad� fince hi� bcn^dc* ^trftad. but what it has eommunicatcd to the Ceufts of * Vienha, I,ondon and Copetihagen. and that done * with nccefltary Precaution^ diat tbcTe Cosna (hflfuld, * make no other tife of it than what mig^t tend to pro* * mote their refpeflive Interefb, and moreover to let ito- * tluni^ of it tranfpire. But tkore> who talk of this Affair freely fay, that a Secret, which it conveyed � from one to another by fcveral Pens, and as minf * Mouths, foon crafcs to be ore. In Hiort, every Thing * that has yet tranfpircd relating to this Bufmefs, of * rather to f^. every Tbing that People bdiew-x^- * cemiHg it, notwithdandtng what is infinuated by this se- * fpeAable Miniftry, is, that the Crime of this late Tavou- * rite confifts in having, in all Appeamncr. innocently re- * vealcd by the Canal of the Court of-�*� � "to the Argus * of*--as well the Meafurn that the Mintftry of Pcterf-' bourg had icaken, in Order to prevent the ill Defigns * of the Prince of>-^ai the Mean* whereby the Emwrcft * of Att^CAmejOLdH! Knowledge of thefe bad DcrMarch, and which it is proposed lhall fall upon the Arch-oiftiop and Eledor of Mcntz, who.in this Cife will rcc�ve n very extraordinary Augmentation of Power; the Biihops of WurlibttTgh being able to keep ten thoufand Men in their P*y, or in the Service of their Allies. 'Tis faid that Yvi Serene Ilighnefs is aUicady fure oLfptfrtceik Voices in that Chapter. -J^sSj^^ � ^'-I1(iigr^r*;''rrbm-tlse 'H�ijttt;--ftufir ^^tMer'W' States General intend to make another Reduclioo m their i'orces of ten thoufand Men at lea'1. The Barl of Crawfurd's Regiment ol Dragaons is order'd to be reduced. The foUowing'^ Gentlemen are added to, the Com-tniffioners of the Peace for the County of Surrjr^ ^m. Siir Peter Thompfon, Knt. WiHianrBelch'ier. Jeremiah Cruich-Icy, William Mundie, Francis Manock, and Richard Chamberlain, ,E{ic and Andcrfon were appointed by the X^prds of the Trcafury RiJing Suj^rexora lor the Duty on Hawkery Sec. in the Rucm of Mr. Holdman aiu) Mr. B.iyly, dccealcd. The Court Mill out of Mourning on Sunday next for her Royal Mighncfs the late Dutt:hd8'of Orleans. The Petition complaining �f an undue-B'cftion for the City of WelU in Somcrfctftiirei is withdrawn. The Rev. Dr. Lamb, Dean qf Peterborough, it appointed to preach this Day before his Majefty, at the Chapel Royal. St. Jamc!.'*, and the Revoreod Mr. Lyne at Whitehall. This Week died in Queen-Squar^ Weftminftcr, tht! Lady Chefter, Relia of Sir John Chcfter, Bart, of Chichcley ,, BucktnghamOiire. Her Ladylhip was Sificr to Sir Walter Bagott, Bart. . Ob Tucfday Night died at Kenfington-Gore. Mr. ^pb^ Dowlbig, niapy Yean an eminent CalUco-Printer, ^Jjwh he tad acquired a handfome Eonone. hear that the Veltel U arrived in the River from ontogne, having on board Davis and Duff, On Wedncfday iatt a Trial came on iii Itho Court of Knafs Bench at Weftminfter, againft William Gray, a Matttr Coaehmon, for wilfully dnving his Landau igainft the Coach of Mr. MariOiall, an eminent Merchant )� �hii ^iiy. in the Road fjom Bow to Lwdoo, wherefc)r t>m� Ajdc Tree of Atftt; MtriOuiIl's Coach was broke, and he ftad his Family in Danger of receiving much Damage. The Jury found the Coachman Guilty of the Indiamcnt. Jnd the Court will give Sentence againtt him next Term. J^lip^ this wiU deter CoaSmen from the like rtaWcesi and aoibij)g will more contribute to it than puMlhing them according to L*w. inilead of accepting * bare Acknowlcdement of their Offence and aiking Pardon in the publicK News-Papcrs; which Clemency has lutberto tended to fnconrage ihem^ a� they have been fo ^y forgiven. Ota Waceiday lafl a iCaufe was tried, wherein an emi-^ Phyfician was Plaintiff, and one that had been bis f WM Dcfcndai^t, for uking away, when he quitted ^.^ Mafter'a Service, a Livery Coat, without his 4-B Maacr's Leave j and after  long Tjial it was given la Favour of th� Defendant. thr� f ' Prifoncrs were tried at the Old Baily, 01 whoa w�re capitally conviileU, �i*. Benjamin Wattt. i netedt SmaMfer, for a^i^ttrAidctiog htetieir according' 10 Order ATCfnindl 1 J|H Biirk. far robb'iig Mr. Terence WiMeo in Ltncoln^afK F�chf fcft robbing a UkW (sitl near Crippkgate. Si;fC were caft for Tranfportatioa. and three atquitted. On Tuefday lafl was rung a coabpletc Peat of ITnitMi Ttipple* of 504:* Changes, at the Steeple of hi� MaieAy's Free Chapel of St. Gcorgein Win^foi Catilc, in three I iottr?, twelve Minutes and thirty Seconds, bciRg|^ the tiril ever performed upon thofc Bcllt, by the folloinng Men. xir. 1. Mr.Samuel Tookes. a. Mr.JobnBork. t Mr. Wd-liam Benning. 4. Mr. George MOTru. $. Mr, George Fookes. 6. Mr. jofeph Eatwed. 7. Mr. John Spencer. 8. Mr. V^iltiam Codt ainl Mr. Berry Manly. YcSerdav a Boat, going for Gttc�wkh� was dvcriet near Dcptford, W running Coal of ft CaUet bj^ which Acckitmt A naffcnger was drbwaiVl; the Waitanaa wat iaved by m-AlEftaace of feme Lighnermen. YeAerday fme Miller, Servant to � Gttdcntr aiCrojdon. 0* bia. Return home with a Clar|, asi I^oor, felt nadtroaeof ttiie Wheels, which wtfai over hi* My. and tutoke fitvcral of bis Ribd ia fnch Uaaacr that theiwts so llope of h� Rtcovctyatie�s of maajp in the following Order; the BliwcO*; ^61071 (who aie tatned, c^oathed. aitd edocaOMl'IbjF the Sdhf Jerfey Conbinrs, hidiiicd in crofs Bclu of jcrfo^, bliie and wluie, preceded' by then- Bijhop Btace. arrayed m hit Rabcs, and attended 1^ fix Pages on Focf (three on each fide of him) alt to whit^ ba| litCofated with Ribbons a^nd Jrifey crcfs Beha i>f vailBtttOBlonn, wUch Appearance, as it call'd to mlpd ih* WLdSag^ of tiiat Com* modity, and the Benefit that that Brancli of Trade was about to derive fto.-n the late Peace, imparted tite mojl fcniible delight to every Spefiator, aad wai neceired with an Aeclamation fuficiently cxpreflivc of the Sa. tic^dtiun it gave the People; next in thnr Order came all the Other Companies preceded by Mufick, aad Co� lours flying; then advanced the Tranpcts, followed by the ConitaUes. with th|tr Stavea of Ofiiiee ( to thcfe fuccctded the Toiyn Clerk, in his Robes, with the ProcU-niution, which was read by him io Hvc Other different Parts of the Totvn; then follc^-cd the Mayor an^ Cor- !)oraiion, in their Rebci. preceded by their Maces, and bllowed by the Affiilants and many other Gcmletneo : in hne, fuch and fo grrcabh: was the Order aad Decency of thi} Provcl&on. that it lircw after it fuch an i^aste Multitude of People, tlat it made it cveis dificult for the Pro-ceflion itfclf to ytb. The Proceffioa over. th� Corpontion reuim'd to the rown-Uali. where Acy had a haadfome CoUatioa. drank his Ma|e(ty Kli^ Gcor^ea Healtb, their Royal Highneffcs the Prince aa4 Frihc�b ^ Widi^ and the whole R^al Family, Pcaco aad Fkaty to Briiaia. with many otlicr loyal Healths. Go^t^ Fti. xi. On Friday lall wAa committed to Win-cbdlcr Gaol- by Richard: New, �|b| Gcorve Bryt^ lata Corpond of his hftjeflyV -=�--'-^ '-- Smith, a Boy nok Twelve vant at a Publicfc Hoide ia At the fiune Time was committed by the fosae jo^icc, one Cox, who has beea a Captain's Clofc of licvcial Men of War, for Forgery. We hear from Winchcacr, that the Wives of Jackfon and Carter, two of the Smugglers that were czccatcd at the Brill near Chicheder. for the Morders of Mr Gaily and Mr. Cbater, were broyj^ to that Gwd oa Friday lad. for being accei&uy b d^.latd Manlen. FtntPrifit, F wainctv and firratl^rcA Ww* Charity Sihf St. Bcujtet Grttccchurch. The Way to Ke th*� Chxpcl i� through PiWdilly. by the Cnd of St. Jantcs'f Street, and down Ciatgi^'Strect, and torn on thtt le�t Hatd.^ The M.irriagri (tt^cthcr with a L-ccace on a Fivc-Shtlltng Stamp and Ccnificatr) ate cftr. ried taa fcr.a Guinea at wfaat, any Time till Four in the AfteriiRM. by another rcgnUr Clergymaa, at Mr K(it|i't little Chipcl in May-Fair, rear H|d�>P�|k-Cotmr. brpo> fit* the great C)iapc}, ind Avitnia tea Y�hls of it; vm^ is a Forth at the Dorr like a Coeotrf Ct^ar^h f^tMch^ in futboa to the Anthor 1 do dechM thte Truth to the World, that Mr. 6dinetl� it Mrt.H4ittrBTe*r, in Cotmtry^JlRirt, Ha/MiirkeCi^hat in a nioHwoadfrlral M�atM3c ciucd ftii of U�e Goat \A my Stomlch and Bowetr. vtotcnt PMut til the Smatl t>f my Baci^ to fach a Degicf^ that t coal4iaottoopto^dKlde ny Shoc^ aiMl wMi gftat Dificalty to . ao ^?r^. Ditfo New, toa t t^\\>. B.%nk Annvdtles 1746. too ^ 4ths a $ 8ths. Ditto iN7> I S. P:eiy. ^ ' " ' �^JpHErtNn^iimngi Copies of ^JStaii^^ _ of JOIN T^tVRUOE, tj\i 'ecrttatf, 6^(1(0 thi con? o> !rr.%T�; af�r�ani> lo the t�.o PnttcOwt t>LlV<aiilRtCI� _ CftOMVtrfLL. >�wii| *u(iK�hMctiioH�;sortii�eiielift Al&t^ fKta the V��r |6il ike R�(tMtno tlM tola hfr. 0}i(�) OruBitt. m the CiUm Uaa. nnr Voik-iaiMfaus, In th* Note; A ftw'of tht Raytirajwr mty be h�4 atCI. . iPW� ��* B*ardf 0mij t r, ' * fit J^ilittb ami Lt/t^ f't/mmt '� 0.****f, ff HI-: UNrVEllSAL HISTORY, This VaJbitve c�a(�jtt), of dwiLiftofCitti. m wT Suttftrilxin Nsnm, sai A Cnmyktt ladta ta tin whaSa Wo*. Ptivtt* (ocT.Oibmc. ia Ony's Im| A. Millar, la th* Slrafl4| Od f. OAem. ia P�tW.M>(ttr-aa�r. Note, Otatkmtm^an di�r�d t* (ireOiim tacnaulfttth^rSstl* faoa as |wftb^ iKu^ fcrat1>�r few �rf (Wna o( tht Virfoe^ ' Tbts Day is pubU0d^ intwo l^eimuswP'iiii^ DtJuuttd I, HIS M A J E � T y. A Compleie System of GEOORAPHy. t\. Bcnf a IVuijMieo of all the CoHittric*, f Oanrf*. tSItt^, CtM tVmitt, Hi>c�, LA** aad Ki*c^ MouM^up, Mina, lcc� af tha hitoM W��M. tb� imII anttiis! Rnol tWas �>) CliUttts lha* hsft h,TOen*4 ia ��{r>r, laJ ^rnyt; nukiOf ol lhrmi�it. Hitch. AiiOm, -Cumjm, ll�gei. 'hitibf, Curbctt. and IUvM|t4R. t  , lifitt, GttJtltmtm Xutt tvv* tjUrti tiJi H^�i >� IKfUf. i^HnJ It MIN r-OPFICK. U^. 4, . WHSRKAS irvtr$ t-vilJif^fiJ Ptrfm in /mlrj P^rrti of iIhi Ki*fd�m mmk* a rtai'Ut ef fiumirftitirtf^ thr Ci/> md mtmiMg tf/W* *ml (twnttrftit Meaty; thfrtfn ctt luflai f tbt fiOttftrtb*fiwrtilCetntin it Ei^hriltmJIKf/.i, anJ tthfri'u.-Swa iiwaj Cftcfn, art defird ta ttih }*�ttfe If mi/', mdJil*J urn Ati^t ta Femtaiac Cuit SulUdSar fi lis Mnjrjif'i StUfi ml ki Ch^mhrtim Ormfitt'f Mt� Utdtn. ^'�U Ftnpnt mtw umi.'T Atufatitm % aW Mfrm 'Cimt /� 'i'iitt ef ctt/t(k Mjh�UlxTtmfhrkimtctifti*flfltiQfft>itt nlitim f th^ (iiw, tfgttkr W/iCtfift tf tlfirCfm�iit*uatt, im-itftit hft�vuait*i$ md �xmum�/t$et nh/tw^ ihtrttt, atd fisffr Curt tviU It tairm t� frt^mte fktOjf>�dift In* M^efyt Cimgr. 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