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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 4, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Daily AdVertifef. J SATURDAY, Makch ..11^.11 ,....... 4,   1740. D**?/, March 2. ^ M S d wn, 4h* Nancfv-MoiT. for the Weft Indies; the Lore!* B.t y. Hofslick. I^or Jamaica, and the George, Young, for �he Canarin. and remaia.   Wind Weft. An ExtrfKt of a tett.^ fr*m nn Mitb,mi-i P.-r/ttf at Hague, J^.ttJ F,A 18. ""our" un Aov.t-u from Ptttrjhm>i iDtimate, that the  Court of Rnfi is ro longer, fince the Rjnmple midc  of Count l-eltock, under Appreheiifioni of Us Mi�n�t�^�  being corniprcd by French Piftolcs; and as to Troop  and Men of War, it has more cf ihtm than is reguifite  for faving Cturlantl �nd UxhUoi from the otmoft Efforts  of lo knetiilea: And the King of P>^ffta would ru� a � RUk of Jofing h" Kins**o� �f Pruji'- efpeciillf if the  !�o!et        enter Into the Co�ifcd�r�cy, as     expefted  the* wUJ.  The Afiair of �/Awx, �nd that of the Abby  ofP , �r* of the Number t�f thofe which Uve  ocanfijn'd Kl^h Refenmfnt, aiid remain to be adjafted.  Mis Bri'BnntcIc Msjcfly Is obliged, by the laa Treaty  concluded-wkK t^>e Swedes to diftuib the Traaquibty which  his Territories enjoy'd.' i.      O     N      D     ON. . Wc heir an Order wUI be iSiied out for � Number of iP'^tiblifik to rice every Night in the mofi frcqaentrd Streets of the Liberty of Weltminfter,  to preveot the treqoent Jt U>eru:k Mthich happen. ' 'Theyvnte ffom Gibrshar of the 13d of December, that the Severn Men of War from Liiboa was (afc arrived lib*. The Lark Brijgantige, Capt. Colli.-r, from Cape Breton bound for Vjftmia, was, after two Days Sail, loft near the former.   The Captain and Crew fav'd. Both Houfes of Parliament will adj ]urn the Week after next for the EaJlcr Holidays. On ThurUay Night, between Nine and Ten. a Fire htqkc out at the llau(c of Sir Wi!li�m Richardfon, on Richmond-Ifill, which entirely confum'd thefa-ne. with all the valuable Ptlrniture, and the two Houfn adjoiniog. Sir WiUiam's Family were all in Town ewept two M^ds and a Mao Servant, who can give no Account how}( bcj^aa. On Thurtday Night a B�y found Means to get into the Bar at the George Alehoufe the Corner of Nlaggot's Conrt in Piccadilly, and took away a Drawer, in which ware Two Guineas, fome Silver and lUfpencc. The fame Night fomc I'lckpockets were dacded as they were bufily eiupToy'd in ihcir Occupations at the AUcmbiy in the Hay Market. Off Wcdncfday Night was committed to the Gatehoofe by Thomai EUy�, Elq; cf New Palate-Vard, WeJlmia�er, William Carter, iUias Cartrr WiHuinis, alias Harris, who was lirft uken up for ftripping his Wife on Sii thary-Plain, and almoA whipping her to Death with a llu-ie-Wbipi She begging for Lite, he told her he wou-'d fpare her, on Condition flic promij'd to do any thing he biJ few, which (he to fave her Life comply'd with. He '.Len pvill'd out a Box with feveral BaebMctal Rin^j gilt, and Held her Ih^l when they came to Sxliti.ury, Jlie fliould carry them about the Town, and fdl them for Ciold Riog^. i!e was afterwards deuined upon the Oaths of five fcicral Pcqple from Chclfea. on a vioUn Sufpicioo of ha btiog the Pcrfon who robb'd the Cbetfea Stag�-Caarh the Mth of January lall, for which another Perfon h^s been t.'ken up. There waa a Cov^iman who drove another Stage-Coach which had been lately robb'd, who declared that he really believed biia (o be the Pcrfoa. but could not pi>fmve)y fwear to Jum, becaufc he bad then a dark Wig on, and had nowa light on. Ha behaved (o eot-lageoully bifor� the /ufttce. and fevenl, f.ppofcd to be hu Companions, gathering about the Door, and declaring tiiat be IhoulJ not go to Prifon, a Party of the Guad^ was lent for. which when he (aw come, he io!d tfc j.f . tilc, he thought he Ihould have liv'd fome Time longrr. butilow he had done his worft. ard j ubiickly dtclarcd. 1*^11*^ ^^'^ Highwayman, a Houfcbreaker. a Sireet-Robber, a Money-Dropcer. and a Snr>uggler a light DufliI Coat, wtih a large tspe. a Waiftcoat with a Sdv� Latr. a Lig.t Hange^^iacin-cd m Sttcl, w�!h a liaitd Ebony Handle ; and ary Bo^iy ifar h.n been la �ly roi.bd, may fee iam in the (.at miuttcj-. He haJ on green C!ath adrantced ta rrC|ier C^Ier. tht tlctirhs ol hi<, pr^ciU Sifjj.^y Iwiag Gforgc. the IVitce and rrinceA ot Wa!e f Tra'Je. thae �?f .4j>erity. Peace, and Plenty may rcflMua its bur Land. The b�cr>i g concluded wi h tsne Singing. lUlU ringirg, Cijos fitiag, KoCke:* ilying. and fevca? other |>CBionllrati�i��f Joy. To.Ttotrow two Charity Sennoaa Will be preach'd at St. Scpulch-c's for lb* l^ndit c�f the Giris of the Out Parts { Aat in the MtmiiBg by the Rev. Mr. Aftiton, FetW of Bkm CiDllcfc; ana tHt ia tb� Afternoon bv the Re*. Mr. NithoUbn. Fcilow of St. lohn's College, Thf (kne Day two Cbarstr SeniHBm wtll be prracH'J at AUsallows Barfcias ClMiRk in Towcr-Sircet. for the Ai3S(�c of the to CfatMtc|> of Tower Ward: th�t in the Mdrttiog- by the Rigjbt R^. the Lord Bi>hop of Carltfle, and that ia the AtterOAM by the Rev. Mr. Hawkins, JtcAtff of Sr. Maryr at ^ 'ITte new DnmsTir Learn was exbilitted laft Nij^t at the Globe ia Fleet-Scrcet, to a gented. Audience,"greatly to their Sati:fa�H Mafket. At the new Acadeny in W*iodliw-Street, near Widegate-Alley, wi-.hoist Biihi^g^te. Geotlemeo m�y be taught, in the taril genteel and exreditioarMaBtter, aeid on reatonable Ttrtn*. to plar on the Violin. Germaa or Commott Flute, Frcncn-Ho�n. DancJB*. Fenci*�g, or FTcncb. by N. Hart sr^d p'-opcT .AlESaots. Th^fe Geailcmeo tkat doa't chufe to '' '-'^g"" among Company, may be waited on in another .A: artmeir An ACisids'y weekly, for the Impr j vement of j n jBg Pr>5H:iOttcn: where Gcntieeien and L�dics will be adih ttcd. though not Scholar , oai�Mcribiagfor a Month. Good Gioactfcrfhirr ^ hecfe, at }J. aPotind. sr.J 27*. a Ii^R^r�d J WikOiirc aoddrs-d Ho^Check.^ that ceo' CO RecoCTn>et>ditir.a ; likcwilit FreOi Chine*, this and evciy ^ntnAny Vforcicg dnring tbe Winter Scafon, are fold by R.ciiarJI S>>n!icr, *i the fcctwd Hoa% in the Pav'd-.AII^- fiiim the Leather-Market in Lcadeahall; alfo ftof the better acromasodating the QoalilT, Gcatry. and others, near St. Jaif.e:it's and Wedminfter, he W another Sbor. the Comer of Cheguer-Conrt. oppofite Nottfannabetland Houfe. tUg .��.er Si i.osao�-(ir)ci2>a cf mnct Mjniht.at atar �C�ci. Co^mmPj&'mrrl^0>d)nigh tiiU fut up /� SJ* at tit O&u im ltiM..,fft rarJ^f^vtb, thr HJh, Jtjrfi, I'jrJt. (M/Sttrtt^ t� if fold -'jLtthi^tm) tf bu M./,Jty', Sivft iUr^% BmrthfK bjg /�), cxJ  ftw I'mtl/tur^lm jkJ Phmusk la Cihultar and ihiT If.^ tf ^'tucf.J, --U /3 t.t^rti turn :hffi PL,n i<.iih F.rcti ti t-'il ilI t-'J It A aS T >. l\> �i V'' tit �ih� . s� Mi��     swnf w �� Cull Stir f, tliii'ii f�.' *t-t>i fn MonJjy r*;\t, tl* ?th tn^aiiri' on l�:c\i\ Afl�it8. _______________J T.  KtMJJf'T.. ^ttmlit ('^ft^^7-C^"�^' � i (jnik and i^if'UW � AiJfrifi>i*-Strtn^ ^furcL- 9, 1748. Oriirr ol  h� G K A N O B U C K. tHs Btcthirn of tl*   tiMrvt vn McnJa* iiett, it Six o"CJ."Jc in th� Viro'nj, � lUwrirrthv. r.'', thtlhitihM llwufiy tflitt�i i�nJi Fffj^y^Su , .    , W. P.   Or^M/ Sttrtfttn. 'T^firOffitfts, StMHien, ar.dDthvis, lH.'|i>ngiivg l\ tti the iV'Urt l>tJ e M�ri;>i� rfWriln .inJ LcaU Vratmat I'ltUfr* �rcJeliia ti> meet at tScBoar r.Mr \)k N" 'fc w ho hit j paij any fv^iUtait Inrrrrft for any Sum or Sunn of Mjnoy v. II I* JnftiwiM, h?w thfy may ivcovrr it, at \rhkh Time fctitsi u'li.t Thtii^i tcii.1u'.g t� their SftVice wQl be tiimmuiuc. t .t tu thym. sTTPatii (>iw�r-Oa'./�ir, Jtim. z�. 748.  WH Mil E.AS tiivcis Hur^laru.s Robberies, Tlw ti, OutmcM �ni  (r, WIc anil ttii'vil.tU IWom 1 .Atvi whtrtn the Inhali'tJntt in ttinr Ve.lry-RoMa 4!rpmb!rJ K*vt ihit l>�y cnier'd into a voluntary Sutitcripgon t(v rnaMe ti)�m la treite a FniM fur the pi�vcnt!ng,  itiB|: and punifhinf; a)! t*ei�cr kuA a,-pAehm.l furK IVfaas, l|l�^ InfMlntanii luve i�ruivc<). and do beivbv pmtnif* Uw f.te^lttri(>, Tvr^nty Ou!ne�i. I'ur everj Street Rojit^ij', in mt'' of a s^JiJ"! Ctftvifllon, TmCgin'ai. Ki?t       Grioil Larceny within the PanOi, or di* A�ea\*M of iiiher of the Pl�)h\mfe�, Five C if�. Two Cuineai, AiM nhereilt the faM Inhaliitamt. heipf npprchenlivf that fever�l 4f theft Felcn'^ �nd( Otfonrcs. aiifo fimn bivl �m comnihted hj I'ehims fre-luentiog pvl>i>v)c Gjtiiin|j-I'li.a(%i, DAWdy-^lu�f(�, KivHtTifloufei, and Other Pt�cM of lit Fami w>thiii the laid iWlh, and (ie.m reftilirM (4� mqch at ia them liti.) to profecntc and toiitllv fufiprefa liich IJoufk'i t Therefore, for the Enmr^gcmeiit if "il titoh n ihron^h a piililieV Spirit am will.ng r� laj a prujper Fi>uniUiian fur I'acH l'icfi�iii )f �ny Psrfoo or rcrff.ni �tui within tt>e fitj Spice � piM by the tkii CJuinlmajJ.-ni, wiliouc any Doiuiflion. And iuiine-^ they do prort-d- � Rr\urJ uf Ten Ou.n-jj t t I'cff'ni who All) d.ic�vrt any nf th( Daud_t-ilouf e Paii" will ho ftwar4rd by ih� Cumqi'ttcc in fueh Manner at it (hM a^pcai tl Nature of the "nifnt d^ferv^:t, Note, As  farther Cncournjem^nr, t\\ PniVuticnt will Se Cundo^cd ahd e.iTfled on at tho E�p�n� u�" the liihjbvt?n�t. Atid a> th it Srrvire of the Piiblitji in gcnerjj, ai ol i{>s patticuljr lnlu^tu^l< of (hit Parifli, aiwi *i it will jfr a MeJiu uf lo|iprtll ng, or at l-'.tl( i vin){ the Da0|cer9 and OhftruOioni whicti i>rcvi-nt iiuny of tiie N4ibility ..ird Oeutry from p.i(t]binK of Theatrical >!^'eiiu:nt�, it tt hojunii rh� Pilbliric will cicrt a laudable Spirit Id aflili^i> lu rn(uiint|i:� th.i IVf)?!', by (enerouiiy mniributine r  the Tunil whtih the luln!' tmo !wve bemun to railV, and whlcn Ili.iil be appiitaMi-to the afori-f4.>l i'i . Ut only, and uf wliirh an Account is d>rt-etrd to be nude  cfled by the feveral Subfcrbers. Fii that Vyrp'-fc the Subfcriptiiin Roll now (ici upon ar Mr. B|iran|te>'t H'lnic in Southampton.Street, to r��T��' fbr voliuiturv f'(;i>irilr.iiii.n� of Aifh Ccii-ilrmrn anil LaJiri a> are ilil'iMjlcd lo rn..>.ii< hi; and I rvmute ih-i �<<^ J Dcfign. By Order uf the Inhib tan'j h\ \\e V.Hiv, J  S'RANC.KR, k'tflr^CMrk Notr, Tlic Ciiinmhlct will n in (lie Vsilry-RMmi o� l^e f'd Pjr.flj r.cry Tocljjy ai fin .n the All< iii'mh, uhsn SuljKripl.ju* will be f.vtrii in. the I'jrl n t f botircr, hri latefy prne away Froii li � \Vi|v- ami CNi''itii. a;id Irti ;)u ..i a Cfiarj^c In lire Ioj 1 I'ai.ili i l.c r. fi.pixil. il to woi I, le ui mr I iihani, in itic laM C�un'>. And ..lUi I h..ii.ju Rui'c , i( ill- J,i I'jnih. l_>bouriii, h.ii lefi liU ChiiJirii lor iuniL' Toiie pall a i'ha';.r- to ii.r UiJ I'jri'}!, ami >i f'lr^'p � I t-i I \i �; .r I nv]u.nU ji I" pUi, aril ii Uiil l� be riuiiwil lu j ft. .n.l W.ir. |i itu-fr ptifjni i'i.i 11, aaJ ui'ifc iht Paiuh �r. m ih, (...( (^lur^i* Ilia Wceic frum tJi* Da'.r Im'ti*!, (Tiiiiltf i.nd'y iixcjir?, bur (-ihciwu a It r ward       bo -j^f i 4    t ..-^r.h.-nlui; ll^m. W II i\ n I. n );ht. Chwtf-t'jff/ �< 'J'o ibe ItWtiy Vrujlfcs of ike Pul?i:ck Itrjirmj y \X/HL:iU'.A by Ol/ Chi |.'nvi J.irf' j.t MirTsi'UiMoiTr r k : i-.�il't PkM(�,  lhat  (III U� tr: ... u'.t..ji h.. t t r* W /.111   t'i  Igij^n.l �;l   I'Jill.ii   j ih.i l?|kajyj  fcjvr   I.:-. T        ai '  i, \ CiUx^ri i-rl". � ., IjAis -il j1 r <*   .   i^t-       1 ,^   I  .   .11.1'.    . WW.; : ^ h* I, .Ifc   ��� S.l       l.,f, ''.r r ' u ,1 flu lit, i   iu 1 ti� I .l'       .!:�;.  i    j   . . C!wi4    .1 I., iri.i r ! i e fiv    . t^it��'U i,n '['hiiii** Bnrnet ji.c k^-u !l r.c ..1 ^  ll V IV... �      I .. i t'u   L.i'^Kv   r> ^rtt-le (t-�pr   n .ivl jtn:- .      I>a�   in.1   >�   II .    II.   ).r,     (    furl!,, ,   /   ( .c art.-,.(      1. . 'A �c H, ll.  -tf . ;i I II  ,iCfj*U'T^j rri-'I Ja* �! ii.i, ..it,. I. Mr w      f      I    !    .. I -----: (..h Ol.-lr, i� ' v*r^      'or  i r.*   I. tl!�c.  * t \\ : I' r �r ll ni r* J t. >,i, h �tl^ ..,lh i�r.inj I. 'l.r I'l       .� \ 1 S r<.   

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