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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 1, 1749, London, Middlesex                                E 4�'        J.-:., W E D N E S E� A ti MAHcil i. �749� RWVBD. the Bifhopftone, Aytw, fri>m ftriilol.    No 6hfp ia the CttJdt ttt Atti^xrinta.il^tdFii.ih. ' The Reform of the troop* of * the Sute. the Plan of ml^vck * been fent to the fevvral Proviaces, * it not yet fipc'd; tbcir DeptttiM * �t the Aflf mt^ of the States Gencrsl w�tt for Direaioat � in order to jpot. the hft Hami thoeto. The Delajts '* tlwt are ma^Jk this intportanit Affair, are Wf pre- jlggj,^ of the St^e� Teeing it it trtty }'D�y^ till thit H cfiAcd, at fome Thoulaiidt of Florini '* extaanrdinarf E]^pc!iac6.! Bat thtft!.' h not fo thorotigh � an Union fifi re-cftkbOOiM amongft tho^/McOiben at *toJadaGa tficm to tcinfimctto the ufdul and advM* * tageoo* Ptopoitioarof iil* Serme Ifi|;haer� the Prince * StMthoMen tla-fcort^ every Part cr the' Qomnment \ waau lafodki^ It It with tiut Vie�<^ ihat ^tie Pro- Sietors t�f^if rhdia Stocfc, htink thortiaghl/; cdiiTiatti[l betw^n th^^iiia t85Pittftqni7 * who preicttd thkt. it wa< th^r Pm�|j�s^tife to jodge of * tFkc Adhraaiagc. or Pnjiidice that might^arife' from any; * PropofiBon made Ir^ the Plroprieton. TKft has; given Orcaiion tlo tWe laft to deuAOitfirate.to thdr High * Migj^tint/Tei. dnder whofe frbic^ibh and Charter the * Company AbfiBt, tjhiu die fiirdfton are no mt^re than * hired^.Agen^i arid Fafioft to the Compaavr.an;! con-� (efiVMilf of the Pntprietort. t$> a* IJqt^t Comtliif&oners of AlW�aU in Caafei of PriMt, by Vmueof a^ComrailBon iSea|fil; roe' tithof Avliy %7A^� which bath Ctice beca, aiwhenu��ttd �nd deai(rcd legal by an Aifi^ joTfarluunenc. The Cburt fitonce a Week t lejift, .vis. bialivery Tlmrfday, to hetr fuch Appeals. , Yedcitfay caMe Advic^, th�t five Dutch Slilpt from tb� �Etft-Indicsf laA from the Cape, are arri*-d at Dungehefs; bat JVC (Ton'r hea)> that they nave brought - any Nqw� with rcfpcft to dturltaft-India Affillrf. The Viftqria .from Gallipo^y, bound to Venice, is loft ear the. ti^iijcr Uiace. His. Qracs the Dake of Grafton haf been pleas'd to ppO(i|t V>>l- Fitar4y� Ranger of Witelebury Forert, in the voom of Col. W*itwoith, deceas*d. Qny ^ichell^ Bin: ia ap^lnted by the Lords r f the Treafiir/ Celieaor of hisM^iJily's Coftow^ fortUc Lpwcr Piftrift of Jamct Kiver in Virginia, in the room of his Father, decas'd. tail Week Mr. John Arthur, of Greek Street, Soho, Tteafurer to die Middlcfrx Holpital, recctv*d a Bill of Sxcb^ge, drawa ' on IWr. John CoHett, Merchant, for ?\\. being a BcnefaAton to the f�id Hofp'ital from Mr. acob BoOkfiqaet. Merchant, at Hamburgh. We are allured thai the Troftec* ot h-Kn den-College on Blackhmh, have appointed Wtdnefday the jjd iiittaiit. for receiving Petitions, and for the Elchiou of three new Pen&oncn. On Monday died at Chcalfea. after a long and painful ninrfs, Mrs. Jones. Wife �f I'iiomas Jone�, F.fui Secretary of the UtteryOfiLce. - lUft Week died at Nottingham, Dr. Dcering, an eminent Ph)fici�i of that Place. ^Monday Morning died Mr. John Hughs, one of the CleHkt of the Treafury. OaMonday diedMr William Do'.ley. an emiiunt Iron-moag^, over-againfi Gray�^ Inn (Jate. H. l6o.:i Ttw (ame Day died Mr. Gcorj^e Shatp^-, an rininent B'oker of Exchange-A llry. On Monday Night, a I,a�ly in a Chair �a , (cv*n,l P.iO'p.ds. hJt teko F(jptiacB ttjit l  on whicblieen4invoar^d.ti�.'efcape, buione of them p^aed him, knockMlumdoWtt^^d robb'ilhim of a Guinea and foift�Sil�Tr^ Yeftcrday the Son of Mrs. Wheeler, � Baker, in Diftaff-Lane. who tbe Day before fieU into the River from a Lighter at Boll*Stairs, was found, and carried home to his difconfohte MtMbcr. > ^ Laft Week the Newingm $�||e-Ootcli was atnck'd by two Fellows, bctwMti ^ewiiii^:j'hl| fflingroli. there being onljr one Gentleman va-||R.p|l^b. they to(�k fiom bim about i| s. and fterwatda'di^avided tke Coachman** Money, which bejptre them. JMng^oiili; 5�^. 6d. h� had rcceiv'd for his MSttir.   -   , -^'^ This Day tlHScmoAattheCiOldpittCht^^ Catherine by the Tower \,i(^Affu^Vi by tki Rev. Dr. Denne. ArchdtMon �f lUtO^t      thatFriday, aext    the Rer. Mr.-Ridley. Ji6i)r�ntgPirencbcr�APe�4^^ 'nditrRnrerof 3t. Attn Limchoufe- ; 1f�N� Sermbus win iMi p(t�ib'd Jiia^�!k Mt dMPariA Ciiorch of Stl James Clctkenwcllt for ^e ftflacfit^of the Charity CKildKabcli>npogWtbe�i�Apart(bt onethh Day' by the Rev. Dr. Ntdiots, Vicar of:�8ti,Gjie� without Oio  ^tc; and d�g other on Frjday byrtte Jt^'Mr-Kowel Uirer of Bt^ Kath^ine Crccchttfck^,' ^Ni^vgMr, Fti. zS. W^ the-c�H�fi9r^eft and diflrefled Ikbtors on the Common Si& nwuttotir moft fincere end finfdgn'd Thanks to n ghierovl^ |�l benevolent Benc> faaor, for a Guinea eiveii ^^0a* to our Steward, in A Paper mark'd W, whicli'^e�iaalVdivided; a Relief never more A�fonable t  n great.Nanib�r of miftrable Mortals, ftmie alrnoft talnrf, othevf tick and wreak, having nothing bdt Boards to tie Oai; focthni if iiot.tim^y relieved by wcU-difpofcd ChriRiM^ we.mift inevitably pejjih for want. 7� a MtnAer 0/tit Stcttt/ fir fhkMfg CMfiioM Iumvlc<^e. S I K ^ THS Society for PnMii�gCtriftum lOmeitJIge, havibg Jit length h^Uy ^nittied. by the Bleffing of God. and UiV jo:nt Coainbttttoas of worthy Beneh^on, an ImpreiBtm^r Fifteen Thonfatn il^^t^ Bibles, and being defirout ofpremndng, at fiir ai.eaay^ all Abufc* in tbe Diflribation of them* have given Orders th.it the following R y fiiture BcaefaAipns to' this Drfign. Bull M fet apart towards a Fund for a'nc|v'-Edition�-wbcncver it IhMl be found requifire.'        '    *    , I a. That the Expencj^ of Carriage be defrayed by the Society, and deduced by Mir Members and other t)irtri> 4>utOr�, when they make Remiitances for their Packets; which they are.^dt fncd. tO do with Difpaich. 3. That their Member*, and others who may hr (concerned in the Uittribution of the Bibles, be dcfired in (he ftrOngell Term to g*)^-againft their being fold at a higher Price than 4*. each Book. 4. In order to make the Benefit of the prefent lmp<-cf-fion as extepfi've as poffible. that the Members aind other Diftributors be car'nettty defircd .to difperfe tibe Bibles in "fucii'i'2ifcreet Manner, as that no fingle Family be benefited tlicreby to the Pr  on ihc ir.xtt. r  F7i^ji�% U)S r�rnin,i,  .11 Fi�r   Cjbi.....' .\J t.ijij (U; Ui-u(.c. ul It...: Gc^� en bjjjj tJ.t UiJ S.n.) T b r Oh f �cf    I ft, the a�t�* of Fehnwrv, .MLj Mtmtk Tok *!iSIfftttotk .ft tH�SHi-ihif. �> JtM&lMtflmiy* W Mw��n th� �jai K�|-Sttvc� m a tM*dt 1�H)m in whkh writ! lttv.� thiy, et Estt^*^ . v^ne ^��>'n *m> U�4'iHa �fe�ii\NHi h� Akm.\vt anj C 4f�, � �� bm. fat |S I. I J�. �� A�(mNt�4l JtOKt HOilNmf'. �� m*�l4l4'Ltt.e.      4.i�4V4 * un the Bi.\n Sh^w'anl r��ml othcn t J. P*rxXt.- mi |. 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HE UN IV ERSAI- MAGAZ IN It . ^   of Knemhtf anil Ibafciv, �e Mwtety Owwainaigt (inihiM5N�tt�ruittt Plr�^tbMO�fficr.Plltcf Ar.)    . The MftMt nl A)i MatiM ^ tiM t� li a CaM^.PIiii | Miwiki �a l��e Aiiiwii; *e. lilt Uikaia M�a4or KJaani Unimm,, Otkttt $Mt�Ai| ike Hdbqr of tntUndt IH�ONMMl b;ii�, are. It��ikiika an tkc tV(|Nt4r ef OtrititMn^ cutiaiM Copp.^rPi>t�i tita A��iWn�t �f OnMmintt/m^iim* | a tatf^thN lionof �JthnTwrwB�liavfalw�e attttytiawi in A (��. enfllan { Qjjtta Aant't {ictiema ta �(�* iMhtr t�tt, at ttf OKmh't It O'l^rvt /��. L^eiw. ^4UiP4thm$ Kt-w Htdr Atatf-tfi^ni md �ij�jr�m fine* tafimr^' �Ufit]k at Jhrdt tert^'tirbc acatfid ijfcrs OJS w � rdsthu H tht ^�� tigitifft nvitl Cffh-t tft^ermOKmitmmtif t�irf3�-hfirmiiim* iml ExaKii*,rti7nt rihOing tlfrf/9,' �/ pvfrr Cmtt        t*. -i � Oficr. 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