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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 27, 1749, London, Middlesex                                ifefv MONDAY,   fEBRUAliT <7, f749. !Drtf/, February i5. -^ '1AI L'D, the Stthorfc Man ofWttr with the Stublrington, Wintcrbarn and the TrVtoo, Rc�d, for Bttee lona, �nd the Brtcanza, dii, fo Ufton.   Wind e! by S. Voyage to NorwAv not onljr remain* abfolutely fix'd, but all the Arci-ficen iti our Yards work Night and jpay, ia eider to eqoip in due Time the Yachts that arc % carrv, and the Squadron that is to efcorr, hit Mi^'cfly. Smtal RcginieBti ne aKo to embark Tor that Kingdom} Tht Abbe ic Maire does not fcem to be pleafed with thcfc auliaurx P|v{Mirations. i�rti 4. The States of Holland bare taken JUfoU�ion� aathorizing the Prince Stadtholdcr to name a C^mktra to fettle the Affair of the Polt-Offices. An Expicfs aiti�'d here laft Saturday, with an Account tliac   return t > their old Corps, provided _JriiCT-  Coinmir-atMittaw has declared, that he wiU^rpmotit a free ind^Kndant EleCHon; and that fi�m ibcfe CSrcDm-sea ti^re were Grounds to hope this Affair would pa:fs irithoot any Prejudice to the Peace of the North. 8/ a ^wite JLctter from Aigle in Switzerland, dated Ftlbtmrirf'ip, there.is Advice, that on the 7th Inflant, Abitt raiir IB the |iff ornibg. a violent Storm of Wind bk^ tlw vaft Qgaatity of Snow from the Top of Mount fto- 4 �mA, �poa a Village of the fame Name, almoft dirO^By Nhnr ir, (mfiOing of iifty.foor Houfes, which with >U the Ositheufea were covered therewith. By this d^rfful Accideat twenty-tight Perfons were batied in the SttW,Ji>f ~*'~ii:^�j|^JuHre been dug out alive, and feventeen dead, iwlM andifeoveredl About fifty Cows, .and two Calves. ?heep. and Goats, have likewif^apenOi'jd. Hi Friday Ki^t died at his Houfe in Great kuflel-ttntt, fitoomlbury, William Rtnalton, Efq; Mcnher of |>i(i|]Bent for the Town of Shrewlbury, and one of the Maters in Chancery. Oa Friday died at his Seat at Milton-Place, near Egham ia Sorry, Adrian Moore, Efqj a Gentleman polfcft'd of a largeMate there, in the Commiilion of tlie Peace for that County, 1^ Lord of the Manor of Eghani. Laft Wtfk died at Hcarlcm, aged forty fix, Mr. Daniel Cajanvs, the uU Swede that wa:. ihcwn in England fome Veiri ago. He was feven J^'cct eight Inches high, and boroia Finland. Peregrine Wcr.iworth, Efq; A Reforra'd Cap^in of Sarrel's Addjtionals, fucceeds Captain Jatncs Wolfe, of Barrel's Rcgimcni. who was lately promoted to be Major of Lord George SackviUe's. . Ml. James Warburton is appointed a Lieutenant in Colonel Lee's Regiment of Foot.  And ' HisBrothn-, Mr. "Francis Warburton. is appointed an Baiiga in the'tiimc Regiment. Mr. Matthew Ruihton is appointed a Captain In the �ail of Rothe's Dragoons. On Friday Night the Udy of the Hon. Robert Trevor, who was Envoy Extraordinary fevcral Years to the States General, was (afcly dcliver'd cf a Son at his Houfe in Alb^marie-Street. ^ Oa Frktay Mr. John Heathfield, an eminent'Sotain i�. Queca-Stfei^ Wellmiofter. and Surgeon to the Weftmin-^-Jnmmr,      married to Mifs Pennington, Sifter to JolurFiBBainiMoa, Efq; of Northampton. On $atniday laft wa� nUfrried at Tooting in Surry, WiUtaai Claric. Efq; .of Southwark, to Mifi Brightrcd, fbr^ a haiidfome liJS"^^ dif^ Mr. Sdhiroers, at his Houfe in Lcadpnhall-He �as ftwmerfy^n Ejidange Broker, and had FW�       Bofiofifi many Year*. Ul Saiorday died ia an advanced Age, at his Houfe in �JWW�ny. after a foaj^ and melancholy decline, Mr. John jofeph Heffe, aaany ?cars a Domettic to his Grace the Mte of GraiftOQ. By hit Dealings he acouired the Name w the JnS Steward, ai^ died with the delervcd Charaeter . AB the left of ,tli�-Traarporu except a fick Woman, InJu U(f |�rid,y l^i^ht, about Seven ^VO�^Mw*iy at the Sdbms in the CM Baily twenty-"�"^filawiWeic trse4 tiuwe of them''for being con-Cawain Hwhlijctoa. not yet taken, in the �J�J�    WiIISm Howvd, in St. Martin's Lane, for S^^Wdbrd Morton was found guilty of Man- ojfcjl^^'T acquitted Ekven were call for Tranfpor- Ma iSS? Morning between Twelve and One o'Clock. *��al^ Oftccx ia the iccond Divifion of Cdndlcs, was iloptettod robbM, near the Sun Tavam i^aaltte Shadwilf' Matkci, by rwo Rogues, tvho clapt a PIftoi to his Breaft, and riAcd him of what Money he had; they took his Sleavc Buttons and his Lanthotti away. C>n Saturday Might, about ^en o'Clock, three Fellows at the End of Cpleman-Strcet. next Lothburv, attack'd two Gentlemen, and robbM them of their Watches and Moneythe fime Fellows attack'd one of the Mclkngcrs belonging to thtfj Penny-PodOiHce, hut he calling out to the Watch, they made off tt)�iurds theVld Jewry. On Friday Night three ttotofiotks Fellows Wttc t*kea at a Houfe in Shoreditch, beitu; cklrg'd b^ one t)f their Accomplices with committing divers Robberies, Butglarles, &c. Alt Kjiite^ tt> tbtMtMoiy ofthtU'trthv Wtlli&m Radford, Kfyi If'rintn      a Lattf. g^OOD Nature, upright Heart, unbiafs'd M>Qd; Vjr Religions, not auifcre; to others kind; To Secret faithful i virtuous, without Pride j . Deportment gentle, RefignAtitMi tried :   ' Thcfc, Radford, vceca thy drhaifients On Earth; With ev'ry Virtiie blefs'd, cv'n from thy Cirth. Death, thou alone hall Uili'd his mortal Frame, His Virtues live, as ever (hall Jili Fame.'       The Undertaker of the Manufaftory of China Ware hereby acquaints the Publiclf, that be h� prepared a Urge Porcel of that Ware, confining of Tti and Coffee Pots, Cups and Saucer*, of various Forms, bcijdgijjaeral other, -ilUu�gi-^s-^�tlHbr^yt(ris UrnaTSeiuTwhiCh he propofes to otter to Sale Tomor^ow, being the aSth IhAant, at the Manufaftory at Cbelfea, from which Time the Warchoufe will be open conftanily, and Attendance given. The Ma-nufadnrcr does .lifufe the Publick, t^otwuhflanding he has fecn in fcvera^at.ilogue* olpnWick Sales of Goo4i, China, 4c. that fcveral Pic 6f, Chclfci Ch^na wc^ thfcre ex-. pofcd to Sale, tUii n.j^t .arc fold ^ny *whe^eelf� than at the Manu'.irt..r)  jn i K.tngJomj �� likewife to Smms the Nobi' .irMir.   i.i L^adics, that be can execute any Oiclw:- liuv au-'v plcciv to give, in great or tittle, as Ser-vitzi-joi I in i uhuiiS ard Plattis for  Table, alid Defcri F.(];>ip ,v f ; ,>'eji. Cofi'ec andChoCpj^ate, and all j". ns of f^.; v.i. .i Ciiioii Avhatevcr, 'In thi; prefcnt Sale til. I'rkeisji.doneachJPicoe.  lir. Sprimontk I'no Way to LCotU's Chapel is through Picc�dtt(y, by the End of St J anus's Street, and down Clarges-Stieet, jind turn; oh the left Hand. The Marriages (togcthtr �ith a I�:ccnce oa a Five-Shtliing St�mp and Ccnificntt) are carried on for a Guinefl �� ufu3l, any Time till Four In the Afternoon, by another rogubr Clergyman, at Mr Keith': h'ttle (^ipt^.i^ M�y ;    tW iContitry Church Porch, �J:Hi!ieitlfoii'*^^�e^ |br Mariners to be t^itf'd^f theiy rielt^y^itt Parliament, at C^ftier of the B^ll-Sangetnti ou, XudgaieHill. Wk^i&s great Nutbberaof Tradefineit and other PcHons. dreading.thipMireries 6I( a Pt^on> hVve gone into fpfcrgn Parts beyond jfhc Seas, to the great jPrejadice of th* fcveral Manutnitures of this KJngdom^ thiatlicrclpic Is'tO in-foron a'lAich that wtniJ^bcMaoil $he ill Day of January, ��I747< that^i^f^lre ihUtlcd to the B^nfefif if {|le t��fwa Aft for Relief of lalo^lJMitats, and J�)t*ppWmg as above, they may have Advice, and their Hi itneYs diwr with the Himoft Difpatcb and Fidelity, on my reaftjnible Terms. Note, Pititiodns, Warrants, Summons, and Schedules, &c. are fold.        ^      f . Patrick Chapman. BAN  K  R  V P   r. Connor, of Broad St. Oikis'sif Vi^ualier and High Water at LondQ|i-Brid|^ this O19' at xj M^riutcs after 5 in the Morning, and ji after 5 in the Aucrooon- Saturday Bank SlDct^ IMas no Price. Stotk no Pric(j. South-Sea Stock. nol^riW- 0�tt  fitiglit� teft. This Day ii fublifiPd, (Price \s.) npHE Royal African 1 .pr. Memoirs of the X Touat i'ri'm*'^ Annamsbo*. C*mpi^bendlA|a diflinft Account of his Uitlalrjr �r.d (uniiTi W� tiin Bfoclwr'i Voysgs to Frtoct, Mtd. RcceiKiao ihcct ^ lb* Mmukt ia whUh bmfclf wm coriMtd Ijp hii F�. thcr to tht Cignia m\� iM bim; his Condition wbilt  SiUv* ii> B e true af his.beiAi re , mi\wU - _ l� fx(6Md a Ltilcf ffom tbe Auibiot ta > Vttion �f OiftinAimi, in Rffrnacf id feme natural CurioCuM U Afric�i M wail �s nthiiint tba Motivu wbtih m duccd him to coi�Mfe iMle Memfirt.^rj Pnutc4 fo* W. R�f*c, at i\�)Jmif* Hcsil, FWt.Street! C. WooJfaJl.ani) J. Raraei. at Chaiiog-Wrtt) sad at ih� Court of R�i>�A4. hiAorical Kcmtiktw Cimm*n�m Iho Curoi Subjcai fit 8 7�i, tvitb Mmflft Or^Jitm, Ti^w^l^il^tef^ (&fr, Bn^/ptiu, cmJ ^tt.�* Ih^d-'Pmm^i t irlr CiM4|^��ii f tA^t �74 fsiiv � m0l'tk�-MUtr */ 4titut t;^ 7iu, vuhh/mr Hmtd-hmf^^-t* 'Jj^i^ thtfnanvth mt hi* Mejtfjt fmijM lfWwfc#( .^Wlil �M7 h itifw'ti if /nth Ptrfiht ta y�;Miritel it tout t^tiMhtHC^A ub* fh�it ^ItttU tbt JaiJ Smk mt t�-Mdl? NMk a�ti ttmtpff�td /tr tbct Pvfafu *md w.^dhr and Shtfi / fu^thtt/td /w// � feii /m^ Mdt^Am'iijiua at tit Endtfft^ty Dmt tfiit iht DjgitfS^^i^tf'f^ ^aithi fjrfektd, ni i* rfs, t�i^/Ui^datkmi^litM^fSi^t St^t JtMPfTt Sttrthttt 639 �7�w, W Cnm4 im�^ }^lf^' Tie PttrS^tr ft tt deMtt n^iOttf-Jiit^fptO^^m^mm^lt^ tbf Party iktb not f^j /Ar Rem�&ldh^^jU.FiiriM' tbe^rtififcritZthMt^fM' N0Of,._ md.i^.mwm JktijSmi SbifJ as per Ttrvt^ih^, Jittj Daft sAtr titJmifSik. J/y PtrJtM or Pttjims >w*� tirt �td/^%�% fie J)^,^^.!^. Mity 'vimt/ tb.'Ht iat air) ^imt.Ujin titiDaf*f&sa,tft0iiff(l^)^ t� tilt Ojgittri 9ftt* jmd Yardin tbit jrnftr  -t tiilUKg hifoti^ iiiyiUjefiftYtmh at JfH^ f^rd, ir�cfu.i(b, Ofotbam, md '^irtfMz/r, /ui?* lieii tMt� , ojr  a ftoHdit^ Cetttrttff,  that tbif  tm^ efh'mi t'l^fr PropafiJt fi ihit 'Tits, and fitirrg luiti iktat S�mf�a ^pti .Liftis at mey tt frafcrltjirvf ittit ttv/kidlard)^ I  Guildhall.'l�ndo�. I?eb. �c, 174!.' l^HS Qmmiittt effthhdMimie'tg �Ar idmA^m>^ 1. for tk* lordM^t ef tl'n Cifjr far tor Tmr M�ix�|piEv hutlif, tbfit tbcjimndtijSihtlrCa)fdl-CJhmiirat^Mi� iaiJ, 0iFri4>^titiJe/Marei*>ifXt, t^Tt*e^iAditihfjn^ �fw�i, � i� trdm ft mtr*t Pnfa/^ j^njai jiii Cm*mtfn, Jtfr-ftm, amiPaitimnt �*0*nmihil^l*'*ititrtia firtmPttaioftaU Jtxinf^Poftt m ',U ll^'Jl, Sauib^ cKdNtrtbSiMt, ami0a�*^iit Bp SJ" ifthifitid fdanji^n-llmjt.   U tbe tvcm tim tiff aeOf hcti'iie Iftfi^matiaM af tht Nuturt aad ^^galt^ of tit fisidPm^ andPo^t at tkeTvn'eCl/ri't Opcf at OmW^i^tr^/k&f. To the Ranger, Deiittiy-Haiiger, Deputy-Stewatd. SkMnr-BailifF. De|JUty-Wo9dvn|r4jMmKVe(tf XiM^ Majcny'i Ck^ce oflEnfidd, Parcel of his Uirtc|� ttt LUncaAcr in the County of Miildlc^ �Mi a� itcir rcibe^ve Deputies, and to the Surveyor of^JL and Woods in the South Parti of the fiOd Daidif. to his Deputy'. \X7HERE4 itlatbUemrtfrtr^tJtwtt�m RICUARO yV WEDGCUMBE.a�i^*/fe'^&i4li^*�j0lirJ^ of Ltmtafttr, that div.rfi Piifm bffvr fitm TBm f fik Jitnfd to ?Ut Up and dig, mufAi fill ahut^ tattttf griflt ^aatititt if'Turf, Mmtd, Gravd, eiuEarH^tfi^., Cbate, Parttlvfhit M^flfi jhid Dutjy im tbt Cm^ ^_ dif/tx, ami tony arttMrttbt furn', ta tbr rnui D*trmrUa/fti� aitdimftxbOjfmat, mJhttlM aof'Timt I* tummitttS^ m Ptrf    r   i'.   WARDS. Mr. �.fH',tA MSIDAWL, Mr. 'IH�MA5  iAIUf^RC*. KDW.iKD   WILSON, F-f.); HtNflV FOrHEItGit.1., l-l-ij Ml. mu.MAb   W.^LLKR, M�. auiisitxmiik fioasuN. Uuictr ID it ai. tW T ' Ici t]   U tU
                            

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