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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 1, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advertifer. S AT U R DAY,  April ,0/Mir.b ^o. A M E ilown and faild, the Bcckfy, BiUoaib. for Bermudas. Wind North I'-all. A' .i.y'/cf, J/"-!/ i.   At Toon a-! ilic )ini:hcv1, �ilic l>u-t wi 1 ilc'ibcr'atc moil x\ t Affa r- wmch yet ic.n.ir; vii) 1c.11 III,nii ; Cuch the S ilMiJy of loiiitf Koimin i'4^n-h- for rcpiur-Ing oi Phiitpi P!/>i the othor Portr^flca ot the lunpire ; the Dicfri' I 'impfn.il Coniniiliifin (or tnc Seen .:y of thr Linpifc; thi CcrriiT�niil bet vccn the Scilir and Ikcleliaflical riin.cs, wh. , it's fdid, firmly frefolvcd to make no Change in the Ceremonial ulcd under his Prcdcccllors. H^gae, AfriJ 6. The ln(c Indifpofition of the Prince ^tadtholder, whieh was not a liitic dangcrou-s �*�s oc-Jcafioncd by h's too great Afliduiiy to Bufin.fb; for his bcrcne Highhefs frcquemly, afi n be in a more happy Situation. But our Misfortune is this ; There arc Uill fomc Perfons in Credit who pcrfift in the old Syftem, and who traverfe the bell Difpofitions for no other Reaf(5n but be-caufe they come troin the Stsdtholdrr. Great I'uins arc thercfoife taken to rcdrefs I'.vils, but to liulc Purpofei which extremely chagrincs his iitrene Oighnei.s. The States of Holland have been fome 7 ime nlfeinblcd, but they pafs away the Time in Deliberations and L)eliatrs, ana the Cifies have not yet |>iven their Content to thr Re-folutions for this Year's 6ulj(iJy s anil as loa^; as the Con-fent of the, Mowns is wan in^, fo long will liic publfck Treofury renriin in a Munntr empty. 1,      O      N       U      ON, The Margate Man of War, from C iiu w ,\\ ii.luim tte iown, tiiai 1 inirnd vrty Too i to aipcar in Pubii^k and ejilirtaiii tlem,.iiol by thiuwiii^ mvfrlt' tlirwigh the ..cents, but rail, jur.pn .L. .-. m, >i Tm-oal    1 am, Sir, yo .r., if.'C uUnluul CAriTELlO  Ju MPfD') From my L '.[''"l"      lii'''i> Juiui'r, A >.'.i.ni, Muiih (1, i;.vj.l Toiiiurnw Alunmi^ u ^criii.j pru-clamiing of peace ; ii.Ujfpciud with P Characler., tall'd J'he Rival Hiijl.UnJc... bej in Hvco Clock.   liuJiPulon to be i'.dmiuoJ f.i a Pi.u ct Wme or Punch. At the New Wflli in Goodman's Fields  (Mi prH.nt evening will be feveral fon will be admitted for a Pint of \\ inc or I'uu.ii.     J, Houfc is altered in a moll elegant M.amer, and L!( .-co maiV-lor 111*: Rectrpntjii of Pcop!-: of F.ilhion.    The DrWle.   c all i)cw, with every other lu.t..blc: Decoration.   Wc U.jII perform cvirv Ni^t, lo bc^iu at 1 ..c oXlock. Wcaredciir'd tu inform thi I'lib'uk, that M Bulci:'^;', Surgeon and (Jc l;d, wlio wa. Alii.Lnt, ai;d rctomnuud' f by the cnunint i)r. 11lin.i., l.n SjcccII lur tuiirj^ Dcafnefs, 13!l-jiii;1i. , m the F.ve., . n,l IMlr , ..uk where he gifts AttenJaftce every Diiy f^nn Ten in tie Forenoon to Three in the .Aftcm Jon. and where ciil> ht .�� is. The idow P.xpwofilt, who by the anhtppv F>i ia Cornhill was ob'iged to q the Geor^^c a ;J \ ol-vrc f avcm in St, Michael's AHe;., i.* now rttuiu \ .o the f�'d Hoiile, uhcrc flie humbly bej,.' i:'c vonuiii.'.iiiOn oi th*; Favour of licr Ftieods. Fhe we.jring of Cambri�.ks being pr^>h bi;cd, there i^ ijow upon Sa'c, at the Naked Boy and I nrce Crow ui. t^acfl the New Church in the Strand, (a .--eed >hor) a Parcel ol fam-fi'ic Packthrcati-ftrip't! Mtllin cat into Gcntlewen* RutJk*, being the mcfl curious of tiie kind t'ut have be�:n :a Kngland thcfe twenty Yenr,'*,. not inferior to Cambr.ckJ tn Strength, and no other of the tame t;>ijality to be had in the Kingd'.m.   Likewilc a fmall Q:i.intity of fine thin NJuliin. 7 homas Fryer, Holier and Hatter, the Corner ot Lincoln'* inn Fields, ne>r his Grace the Duke of NewcaiUe s, is removed to the Corper of Great \Vi!d.S:rcct in Gri.4t Queen-Street, near his former Shop, where he hu : My holies the Continuance of all hb Cutlomcrs Favours, and they may depend on liaviivg the frcflicll and bell of G >oJ$ at the inoft ^cafoiwbFe ! rces; and likcwiCe all LsJics that will pleafe t nt.>i->mt(, aini>ng  g�Mt Nurn^r ut othrt tDi*>u� P�riH.�U'�, (tie Idfj ol a Pjmot K.in i� id he t�anJ in �n]r oihsr l'�Jltt. Xitn, .Arc'oonr .of t^�(>'*ti(> I'lu.'f in l.'uf the Trta-y of H�n>u". SUw t>f JViJicf.rrry. Cito* etcc.lcni ^lurjAcr. Totil ol Ihr Shi; 1 aivl Velfcts uk�n, dn-.  ^ the Frrnch \Vt%. V>eifj;�t M.wy ol K.i�e C'ImiIt! II. a|w) M S�. I'.kremint. Rife i>n>l Hifi.ry ut Muimr BHli, wnli .�thn JV!:ik�l Ml'iy*.    Alfu ihe L �rr'� .\hlr cr, ( I tu Mufuk ; ai.J a Vji>ci|r Ol Uir.i\ P. K>ih at hunie and abroi'l. 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