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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 17, 1749, London, Middlesex                                thi FRIDAY.  March  i^,   1749'- Dw/, March O Skip in Nonh-EftS> >5 the Downi.   Wiml LONDON. HU M^eity Ycficrdiy apfoiotcd TuWday next to receive the coo- SituUtory Addrcfs from ihe Lord ayor, Alt^cnnea. �nii Common Council. ob the Birth of the young PriBcdt. We hcai* that the Hon.GeomDoddingtoa, Efq: Tre�-farer of the Navy, hM refiaftd, ,   .   r And that the Lord Vcre fieuclerk, one of the Lords of the Admiralty, will fucceed him ; and that the HoO-- Townihend. �fqi wUrbeappoiateda Lord or the Admiralty in hit room. . ,  . Laft Nbht died Sir JttS)b Ackworth, Surveyor of hU MajeJIy'a Nairy. '     . L^ttn 6�m Holland meatioB a Report, that the Inha-Utanta of Amfttrdaaa li�r�J^�d four VdTcIs bcrweeo Mttiden md Narden, with Xirders to pierce the Dykes upon t&� firft Appearance of any Troops in inarch tovrards ckatCity. We bear that hu Royal Highnefs the Pi'ince of Wales has bctn ptcafcd to appoint Lord Robert: Sattoa to be tMe of the Lords of hit Bedchamber. The Riglit Hon. the Lord Baltimore will fona etobatk ^or Mlirytawd on boanHits-Yachtpart of his Lordflttp^ liasgage is put on board the Creighton, Capt. Lloyd. Verterday Richard Lockwood, Klqj of Albona-Jc'-Strert. was married at St. George's Church in Han-  cr S^-are, W Mifs VcTAOn, Sifter to George Vcnab.'ts Vernon, of SUbury in StaffordOiire, Etqi ^Yefterday wu married,  at the Quaker's Mceung in Devotifiiire-Street, , Me. Salem' Otvcn. to Mi;s AoiUI. . ?itiece to Mr. Hudfon, Hop-Merchant; an agreeable young I.4uiy, with'a hanii< , a very �gt4ieable'y Bi^B Ij^yt endowed yith every Qoalificaaoa to render a married State b.tpriy, wiih a Fortune of 707c]. a^cr ilAl|cb the new-nnarried Couple dined with their friends at the Feathers Tavern in tbe Strand, where an clegapt Bniertatnmtnt was provided. Ydlccday died, at bis HouTe On CoUeg^-Hi'J, II�^kiah Waliwr, 'Kfq; in rbe d^th-Year of his Age. jaany Ycm Plumber to the Office of Otdoance, and to tbe City of London. On TaeTday died, adi^nced jo Year*, at bis Ho^t in MilU'Street^ near Cheaffide, Clement Tudway, Eiiq; polTcCi'd of large EOaies in the Wcit Iiuiics. Mr. George Leak nor is appointed a Comet in Gca. Cope's Regiment of Pragoons ; and Mr. Staikey Grey, jlaie Enliga in Col. CoimotHtelcy's Regiment of Foot, ia appointed a Captain ta the bal Kcg^mcntt - T'he Chereaux de Prize, incloiiug the Building for the FircM'orks in ibe Gjcen l"ark, arc uking dow . �xid the Building is paling in, to preycni the Mtlcbirf tKat might dtherwittf happen to the Populace fiotn U.c Chcvc^us de Frixe,. as grea: Numbers might be pn fi d on them ta the ttreatConcOuife of People that ic is iti-ily w> 1 atkod the Exhibition of thofe Works. There �wiU be a Ball at Kaaelagh-Houfc on Thucfday the 13th of April next. Laft Night iever^l Gardens were rrbbd cn tbe ba k Side of Oown-Sireet, Hyde-Park-Corncrj ci Linnrn. ij Ycfterday Morning, about Ot�e oC.'ock. tbe H-jjfc of Mr. Slater, in Helmet-Row, near St l.ukr\ church. Clerk to Mr. WbilebrrjJ, iSrewcr, ia 0!d S:rrct. broke Cfcn and robb'd of FSac; and orhcr Gaod�, to the Value of near zo 1. notwi:lirt4nujiig it is ccar tiic Watch-Houlf.    ^ Tin; ncA Comic Opera, entiilcd L.e (rc CicLlci ri^icoU. wns j.>eiform'd l4lt I uclday at ihc Kxng'i Tluatre in the Ha/Majki-t. iliou^ii br^c L>1L> v.crc ilatk up in \�itaas Farts of the .iown, and HjuJ-DiIIj dtfpcifcd, lafifuutins the *;onlrary : And ii\c "ubUc may be zfTjr'd. thii jl.t �ba\e Opera will be exhibited rouu-r.OA, at the faiJ IL.itre. Eajl-Gnnjhctd, Mur,jj. Lajl N:i;lit Cine on the Trials of )ohn Mi!L., alw5 Sinoakcr, and John Rcyi.oldr. who kept the Dog and Pariridj;e .^k- .ojjc va Sijajon-Common, for the barbarous Murder or Richard Ha^kkia;. at the faid Dog and Partri^igr, ti'.c �3ih of jjkt^s^^. Twelvemonib, in Conjunvti. u witli Jcremul" ^^i.i , ard one who goes by the Name ot Ra'j. Cu-.ti^'^ hlaa. i�t� other notorious Smugglers, boih not >c: taker.. uh af�r to at Night._ Yc&niay Bank :>rorfc was 131 1 hai/ for the Opening. Indra Siock 74 3 4lh� for diho. S(mth->ea i>ToClc, 107. Ditto OH Aaaaiiics^ to) 7 8du� SC4. J^tioNew, 101. I 8ths a I hair. Bask Aansities. 174is. 101 3 8ths. l>iss�V IT*?, no Price. Ditw* Lottery 1747. loi 1 8th. Baafc; Aanaicca tfi*-. toz vSA. Thnt per Cent. An-�9i:�i. 94 3 4ris. MsIHca Paak lO^ t 4th: E�]uiVa>�nr ao Praoe. Rtrja! ACwsaca 70. Loa^oo AiTtniiKC,' ta. Eagliih Co^ppct m Price. Serca per Cmc' Ewpcror's Loia. BO Price. A�k Circalaiitin 3L p: 6d. Preia. India Boad'. S.�-i in nrat Ci>v n4 (ill "Tr WD.   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