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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 3, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Adve4t4fev F R ID AY,   March 5.   �74? Thai,  March  i. ^f^RRjVD, the rrincc tdward. Daw-fon, from Leghorn, in twenty-three r)*y�.   Wind Eall. .fe Exrtafl of a  J.ilttr fr-tm tlu HA�u�.'./.rf.a' Fth. 28  Thofc who thtratcn us with  an approaching War. flicw thfct  they Know hut little of the (..'OMrlc  of pnWJck AlFdirs at f^r'fui/Ja,  Mat^ I'Kj'Z.rt/.^- Thcfc three Courts arc fuflicimtly ^ weary of Wif.   Tfc firJl antl the laft will not pet mi t  PrK�.i tp aggiaodisc iifclf, and P^.ifi will likewifc  oppoTe h Wiiai fhtrefore can all the Policy and Strcnj;tl>  ol she of Str^n do in fuch Circunillancc ? I lie  Fitocls ASiniAiy b�� already made liic K.ing of I'rujl.i ' ac<;nairud �iijh what he hai to truft tO from them.  Tbert '$ St f rcfcnt at the Head of llus Minillry the  DiitcJicfs cf Vaujoar, who is no Favourer of his Pruf-  usn A1ajr%, and will not fuffcr the Kibg to cxpofc himfelf  to Danger any incro; though it's wt!' ktiowrt that he al-^  wajs 5tcf tprctty tivJch out of Harm's W a; . both at Fontctiei,  whcfc he had a V iew of the Battle from ^ Mill nt a kHi-  dvat Dift*nce,and at irfru;/!//, the Field whereof he did not  fee oil afwf ibo Battle', to fprinkle the dead Bodies  tvidi whidi it was covrr'd, with; his Tear*.   Madam --^ileVsiqOTiT-Tffia^ att^*:o~^^ Wajcfty iiTrdcr  |Kt Acfpicc^ have taken Advaiuace of thcfc Sentiments  Ot Tendercef", in order to perfuadc this great Prince,  that (he H3{^inef; of hb People demands that he ihould  pab the icfi of ku Reign in Tranquility, and^that he  has alivady doat enough for the Glory of his Name,  which will make as Ihining a Figure in Hiftory as Louis  te tSnmJ and Mcxtptdrr.   Wherefore it may be firmly  dcfxoiied apon, that fo long as this Favourite (hall con-  (ioae va Iuitc the Afceiioency over the Mind of the � MoBardh, he will let Eurapt contisiM in Peace. It's ^ Cud dnt. his Muefty will fend 7*robps to the Aid of  the Kia^ , and J iO P^rfer. l)ti;i:J-nl-, iur an AIT-alt     ihe Psoiccutoif Li caeitU^^iig h;s ( (i'.ii.- as a BailuF, when, *h� I>tftiid*ir- Wife i. j;.o ..r�b'y i.riju'.ud Cemthry, !4^J> I. S..iui^a/ were comr^utted to Stephen Df' tilt Da.'/ f. fir t yi' S%J fir/.i.tf fi,- 14f '-/.ts/er it      , ------------------l-ojiJcwv-Afctancc Ho4^ FoumllinK. By    H F. N R Y    F r E L D I N G, M �nt   Ihminum   muitvun   mtdit. It hring imf jfihU to g-t Sftt hanti f:1 mitgh tt mwftmr ttr DtmimJ-far tbem, Iu �- \r il�t, oppofite 10 Kathwinc-Softt �n ttx Str�ad. Tkis  D in rlw ''ir>Qn. AUb a PREFACE, eantsiniQi th , 1 liftofCoO. Lift of SitbfctfVss K.>m�i. A �� V.;}airf> :�st._ On Thurfday next 'duUl he publijb'ti\ (Pritt hotntd 7hru Sbtllimj^) AGeneral Hiaory of the ST A^E:  With the Mrinoin of mofl ul th^ pnncipal Peifbrmen dui appeaisl on the Enylilh and Inlh Stage f.jr tljelc Uft fllty Y���, w. B;e�er b^fotc puliliiEaii. (clltttfd  and dl^tjhd hy W. R.   C H E T W O O D. Twnry Tiuii P,ompetr at  ikt IImjui Knot m Dnfwy-L^a*, LuU-m. t'liiiCcd   for   W.   Ovrcn,   near   TeRfk-Bu. MINT-OFFICg, Feb. 4. i-^i WIIKREAS d, f 0-� and utleriitg uf f,flje and counterfeit Mantjt j thtrif>rt ail f^imt \ of'tbt Fiiic/far the fi.-'iiral Cjuulict ta EtgLandtaej if ,^xj othtrt '\ .dl P no-iu uniLr A^cufation ; and tdfa tram fimt ti �Jt'tt tf tjj j^ts asfhiiil henafier be auufid'jf .iitj Oj^.nct nUtirg :i t'ctC*, tugi-tbtr 'uuto Cjipiei of tour Commtnttuti, and if fJt .-j iUld Extunilinliutu rtintiiig  ti\rftu,  tjid frsfg,  C ,/ it tuAin tu frajinite the OjftnMn :it his M.ijt/ty   Ct, Navy (^(hce. Fcbiaary fL EN SING TON  T U R N P 1 K ft.-X^H E Truttccs of the Kaifington, Chclfcu Hnat H S�w K,^-licnac. en M*aS4e Sttufal* ihty made tn Supp�rt' THE Brnhrrn of cf-c Uudahic Afi" ciatiti.n �sr AXTI-GAl.t.lCAN!�, �� itfn'^ to Auni tlie Cra."! *k_-.ra---      ,        _ . - -     -      - at r.rtoXJYk, .t'rhe SJaij! TucTn, R�  Ht.tri'.-ili.l)>, to fa; � ^Ifit & OBI BrrsJaca of if>*t A;^.�-jin. ''I "HE OiH crs, rcity Ofliccrs, and Swrnefi, I    etr thtfit Jtrfv�!feit�T ci, tti: w�� 4n J>e�Jr4 hit M�'.e!�y*� Ship Iek4 Jl tbr Yen tf^^ Me djfir'J tj c^rn at tfee Grcns r>n Ctfnt Tswrsi-XiJi. Ttetwuroir, *�*tj ihr ^'.h �aff�n'. _ WH E RE^ A S thcnPwerc taken  by the VV�i.rflir sru C'^rr.By. I. Th? 7.t^i I'atkfn. �. Three Dtrt�h� eapa, 4J cir�wiiTM.T(.-"ii!:ir,.��(> Siu;,-, ,n the W^ft.lndlt�5 thil Oofjiaj, ti-Jt �a Shutn in tur L i P. m Aiil I.* Io fOiA �1 l<  Ten idi F'�f a* die Afmitoan, Jt th� S^T^      AA-m and eve to KrMi.a-Rc.�J,        Ho(toa*3 , mill naret ;n ^hiw'.-Rcom the Ctuver of ffuuiKlf-da?c*i !isE7on Mondii;^ St. ijrtf. -.h.r        *ri'^ V t.. 3vr,J"M   Mtttr^.     U..   V.*..    J" . KEHEARSAL of tha �h .II ^-z   WKTm. rflE Pri'lti/>.J OJurr, ^'idCmniJi-stri !/ Nci-v^ give Noti^i!, that un ?tiy'i.L.y i'/,/-/..-t^-n^xt Mjiith, lit nine o'CJtiA. Cr.imdt^Ksr l'. l iii Offite in his M:;.jty'i Yard ut , ta.-. 'M'lfli, f'-tidi, (tinJ ^tur, i, t^h h.'d-..If- :'  ~ J if 1.   .'1. iiLili Run^if, Jiiirthiii fiji; /v/ij, anii iji ^.ad furt 'Ji(furJ.:f.r ii  ta dip'jji:       nt, f.-zc       Gct. ,^ tl ytgr,,,,Ut, 'uilJ.' l}ili^j'.l ij r-J Itf'irf.tt .1 /, t'-'r (.'>.'�-ti* P.iilt J.lh tut p'l 1! 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