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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 8, 1749, London, Middlesex                                itfntf .-�i.rlli-.i  I   i. The Daily Advertifef. W E D N E $ D A V,  March S.  i 749 rt)RRIV'D. t*e Nonvich M�� of Wtr, from Ljftbn j the Hbughton, Vl'orth, from Indu j and the Hy. Rirhirds, from Ftlmouth t with (eircral other*. Cime down, the ijnion. Bryant, for New Vork ; the John and Henry, Collins, for Plymouth; the Phrcnix. Gidney, for Mai iga i and thi^ Golden Fleece, Compton. for Exon; and remain wkh \hck ns per. Wl.   Wind W. S. W. T�-nc. M.^rth t- This Coaft hat received Letter* from Coj> pt in the Iritendencies of Cdllumerland thd Ai^btcar^cn. on the Conliocs of the Province of Gnniti^. (hfearening with Death all that (houUl p�y totaiii Taxes t and the People beginning to alfcnible in  tam�Itaot� Manner, every Thiiig fecmed to threaten frcfit Difhirbances;  n-hercupOn it was r^folved to fend thither a Dcuckment of i8o Foot and i'o ijo^Tc, .under tbeConunarjd of Lieutenant-Colonel i.indtman, who com ing to CoUam on Sunday la(l wiifle the People w'i.rc at Church, their uDexpeAcd  Ariival greatly furpfifud and JifcoccerteJ the Rioters, who have ijncc been very quiet, tnd we hope will continue fo, ro;wiihftand ng tiie Hn-tiearoars of the Fciifants of ccruiiu UiftritU of Groninj^cn to excite them to new Diiioibances. L      O      N      D      O.     N  . Hi� Maj^^Wrii! go to the Houfe of Peers again before fcilh. TkeScifRiUilgisalmoR creeled Ontboth Sides the finU-ir.g Pier of l^winflcr-Bridge, in order to lowci ihac."ier to L(.�r-\Va'.cr Mark. 'fi* faid that tight French Men of War ap,.ear"d Fort St. Efeiid in Juac US. acJ tliat the J^api^ing was (itfpalchcd to ge! iMtelljgincc of ticir Route ; but after bc>Dit>'out tfc^Tc WcBih^, and coafliiig round the liland, Wa* uo^Ic la bring any .Account oi" ihem, which occa-fiw.ed great ApprcJscnAcni ih.it they were fail'd for tlic Stieijjats of MjiUccj.iiid I inicrccpt the fix outward-boucd China Men �viii<.h kft ion St. David In Jul . The Dainngtor, Crtbb, and ihc Strccham, i'cnnell, in the JJervjic of ijm: I iiipa y, w cic well on the Iflaud of Mada�a!car in jtiK Uil. On TutldAy U'cinghi died on the R waj u Bmh, for the BjfCOvtry of fji HcjJth, I'uivard H-v!cf, of 1 incoln, Efq; Son of the late Sir td^ard liJrs, Bart, oi Lin-�oIa, and Brou^^r lo iLc jircfe^jt Sit t^lrillophtr llalcc, i Bajt of Hanovcr-Si.-cct lie wJs a Ciccit'cman greatly refj-xJiei fur hu (vcctioJ^ Humoj-, bc'iuv'd for histVuudly Du[H>U.icn and chiiging Ditiviour, ami warefs'd by every Bk-C, ih.K kr.tw I .:n Y r Cfeiradtr. bat Itad retired from Trade fume Year.-. i>o Monday died at his Koufc on the Pakenient in Waortekls. Mr. TUmpfon. one oft'ie Calltersof ilu- Ujnk. Oil Saturday A^iarch 4. there was a vcr^ COi.fidera-t!?c Mecungu !.iJ Poor wfco are iffiiaed uriiii lite Siuall-l'ox, or io avoii ir.c Daagers ot that Diftcmpar in the natural W.>. delirc to be inocalaicd. k appeari-d, that from "4. to 'be laid 4^ h of Marth. 111 Patienis. Wka kid chc Dilrafc in the natural Way, have been cured ; atti a.ovgh fcvcral wtic fcnt to lU lloipiiui when the Di.^iuiper Mrai vciy Ur advar^vd, and fome who died a fiu>rt lime Ulei ibty woe ukcn m, only zb hate di.d �d iLxi 1 unc. Dr. Arv-her. who hi-d autnded the Hoipt-t�l trvia the i4ii� of Maj� lafl. was comjnue a Ray, Mcffcngtj 10 tieG ovcrnors ot '^u  appointed Rectuer. and red lui^e^Laie'.y       collect ttie 6ubf. nptioiu.   Mr. d ibe T*caiuic�"� Atcoums wuic tiar.imtd arid al- lowed, toti a fcparatc Houfe taken fdr rnocuJation. Thofe Subfcriber* who are io Arreirv ht fucK hutnane and well-difpofed Petfoiii who are inclined io afiifl fo charit.^ble .an Undcrt�king, by contributing cither fhe general Fund, or to the particul-ir Relief of thofc who arc aWiClcil m ii>e natural Way, or for Inoculation cftly, are dcfiml to p-ty their Cotitributioos, either to the Receiver Mr. Ray, who will bring a Receipt figned-hy F.beneiJ�r MuiVcll. tVqj the Treafurcr^l or to Sir Jofcph'Hankcy and*Co in Frnchurch-Strcct, or Mefi*. Bruce and Campbell, Baitkcf.s in the Strand. Yeftcrday Morning an eMcrly W^imnn, at a Dcok-bindcr's near Bridewell-Bridge, over-reaching hcrftif to fee what a Parcel of Dogi were barking at, fcU fioin a two Pair-of-,')tairs Window, and dafli'd out her Brain*, fo that (he died on the Spot. -Yellerday Mors in^ a Plaifterer in Aldcrfgate-Street beat and flampt upon his Wife, and bruis'd her in fuch a Manner, that (he expir'd foon after,   He ha* fmce abfconded. Mr. Clark l^errcr, in fiedfordbury, hat laid a confidcr-nlile Wager with Mr. Judfon, � Woollen-Draper, in May's Bui'dings, that he, the faid Farrer, ridei his Horfe forty Miles a Day for fifty Days running, without interval of Time, and to begin the firft of April next. Vcllerday a Man and Womati were feia'd at a Publick Houfe in Gravel-Lane, Wapping, and committed to New-j gate, chargM with robbing the iiun Alchoule at Knightf-bridgc on Sunday Inft. About three iVlonthj fince the pogjof^�i�^ftiii|eotjCbei niift, runniniHbfo^tj*7tbgjj[tT>"^^ tTitT^nairTiifr of Mr>. l'iii.lmtn7~g'"Bruih�nater,  on London-Bridge, _one V\ illiam Taylor, her Apprentice, feeing fO fine a Dog pafs him through the Shop, followed htm. and whtltl he was reading the InCcripiion on hii Collar the Dog bit him in the Hand, which by the Help of a Siirj^con was foon healed ; but on Monday fe'nnight he was fcr/.cd with fuch a violent Difordcr, that a Phyfician was fcnt for, who enquired if the Pa lent was ever bit by a Dog. and upon farther Enquiry of the Owner of the Dog, was anfwvred, that the Dog was kill'd on a buppoittion of being mad, and that he had bit one of hii Ilorfe.i; who having fume Symptoms of Miulneff, was alfo knock'd on thi'lKaJ. TJie Youth diid laft Iriday Morning in the moll violent Agonies; bound in his Bed. This nviy caution Peiiotii how they meddle with 1Irange Dogs. Cc/^r/, Munh 5. On Saturday ended the AiLzcs for thif County, held at the Caillc of Wiiiton, when three Perfons ri^iceived Sentence of Death, cue of which wai Robert Jsiirilotli, other wife Fairclough, fgr being con-ccrud in murdering Riciiard Dun-', Manner, iicai tin* Town, about five Years ago; the P.irticuLr� of whuh Mur'dcr weris nuntioi.'d about three Moiihs lincc. Joiirt Stnith, toticerncd in the Murder, on whole Evidence Kair-jj clbtlj^was convidcd, is ordcr'd to remain till next Alli/.c. This Day the St rmon at the Collegiate Church of S-. iCatherine by tlic Tower will be preach'd by it;f Rev. Mr Skinner, Ledurcr of St. Giles (biipplcg.ue j itml that on Friday next by the Rcv. Dr Buikclcy, CiupUm iu 0 dinary to his Miijcily. B~X~ N--K.   R   UP   T   h. WiHiim Reiily, of Cranborne-Sirtet in the Parilh of St. Ann Weilminllcr, Cordwniner and Chapmnn. Peter Milhvar^. hf Rofc.Sufct in tlic l*ari iy P�rts a/ this Kitii^tf'iti m.'if a fntSlict; of cwtttrf^itiiig th* O-tm and utterittg o/juf/'i: iin.l cwntnfdt Monty \ tbnr/hff i'U 'JujfiLU of the I'fiw for thr f jt-nil CMtnuia in E'tglunJ aitd It'cJti, u'.J oihi-rs nilum it mry can^crif, aiu: Jfird lo liii^ Solid 1\ti' \ and (.lid an .-Itrmnil Ic Vomitaivc Caok, SoIJidl'�ta l>i*J^irjtjl\'i Mint, at hij CJjcmluri in Clii/ient'1 Jnu, LoHduii, tf lUl Pt)finu no-w midr .heuf.tiin ; and ii//h fium Time to Time of alljuth lU flidll bsreifter be li^cuftd of iiity Ojjitice tilatiHV to 1I4 Cti.i, tugithfr tvith Oyjiiii of thtir Cummitmtnti, ami of tUt Infurmiitioni and ExcfUiinatiu'if rtL.tm^ tiiitli, and profi-r iZire uill it tiiitn to liroftiutt tht Ojftiid, i 'l-ai,r c/ ttii Ap^thi-c.try by Htlht, frer.t El-Jtn a'CLti in ti'.' 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