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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 5, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The telly Advertife. WEDNESDAY,  Aphil 5.   174^ Desl^ April'^. A ME down and faiVd, the Sowerby, fan Birbadoet s and the Lion, Hoy. to the Weftward. whh a Ship from Pool. No Ship in the Downs.   Wind B. N. E. Mtircb 29, Wc have re ccitred Adricp, chat on the i7ih inftant, the Fcaft of St. Jofejph, Patron Saint of the Houfc of Auftria, tbe Refonned and Lotherani were forced out of five of tlicir Charchcs at Raab in Hungary, which the Roman Catho!icki immediately took Poircifton of; and that at Debrycen, a Town fitaate between Tockay and Waradin, then hu been a very flurp Skirthifli, on  like Occafion, between the Townfttcn and the Imperial Troops quartet'd in tlic Race; in which 200 Men were kill'd or wounded on botli Sides: and that they wxre obliscd to march a wMc Rcsiacat into the Place, to put an End to the Diferder. BtM, Nmrtt 29. The foreign <;azettei have a little too foon difcorered the Intention of certain Prihccs to engage �Dar StBTcrri^ to take one. Or fome fay two Co-adjuton. An Entcrprae of this Nature can never rat:et !.�: tbo Duties that ufcd to be paid in the Country in "^the Time of the Pachtcrs, upon Servants, i^Iorfes. and *IIoincd Cattle. Orchards, and Plantations of Tobacco, Kisx, sr-d Hemp ; but iaftead of leiiipg them out, as for-iiic a:di Wcl! India Compar.y are rcfolved, after the Example of tbit oi (he Fall Indies, to chufe the Prince S:adtho:dcr. Governor-General of their Company, in order   The Mailer of a shc-'iiL Vtil.I. arrived liom Algtcrt id eleven Dd> nriag ot Wiy boot j on svhuh hi, Roval H.^h. Order, fo. both (he Guns being diro.ounted, an, %iU. five Pounds of Powdc. each, which broke ih y^-r ^t.' �'f l'^Kl'2>Gun ll.od       KirinK sf at Lrghorn brtiigi .AdMce, (that at the Tuae of Lu ^ on a futtc. bjl had  'P fefty Gjn* to be Uunchcd u. a few l)ay� after he u�l d. Hui asother of fixty Guoi vi\ the .Siock ^ l^ter� from Tricae inf.>n u . that tevori! IK.,! (vU o^difercnt Sorto cf the b. .1 H-.ngar.aa U ine* had brought there by Order o! lit I. M^jcdy to the K 1..^ ct t.�ic^. i Vcfterday at a,,Cour{ of Atdertncn, Sir John Tbompfon� Knt. Alderman of Candlcwick Ward, accepted of Bridg^ Ward, in thk room of Sir Edward Bellamy. K.nt. dcceafed. Tne Candidates in the room of Sir John Thompfoo. for Ctndldwick, arc faid to be Thomas Chitty, Charbs Afgill.and Jamei Crockot, Efqrs and Tomorrow a Wardmote will be held to fill up the faid V'ncancy. The Rehearfjtl of the Malic cumpos'd by Mr H.tndel for the Royal Fireworks, will be at tho Spring-GAdcns. Vaux-Hall, on Mobday fc'nnight, (i)e i7thinitant. Yellcrday the Hon. Mr. HarbotUe Grimllon and Harcourt Powell, Efqt were frcfented to his Majefty and kits'J Hands, on their being appointed Lieutenants to his MajcAy's Band of Gentlemen PenAoncrs. A few Days fince, after a lingering Illneis, died the Rev. Mr. Gitfard, Prebendary of the Cithtdral Church cf Norwich, and Reiftor of Stoke, near Guilford in Surry. Laft Week died at his Houfe at Iver^ near Uxbridge,-Mr. Richard Parringdon, formerly an eniinent Diftilier in Grub-Street, and many Yean Deputy of Cripplcgate Ward without. Vc^rday was married Mr. John Adolph Schroder.' Merchant, to Mifi Anne Mighdls� Daa^ttt of th� late Tlmt ji^if j&m ^' LxMd iii^ it pwtcd in fn-Si^KfJ* H (Wty frr^t SaiAO- �r Stttxaw. frft frvm tht P^rfttntf *f My ft--.-JWf mffr*fm t� fm) ts�rt thtnOnt Sfi/iing:f*r fir rony       Ji^a J� frsKt, d. Jim: d awm.wt tf^ttm Jtrti, (r.-rr mul oAmv tlvMJl/ly Affts^ On'Mon^y Bvenlng a Man wall dirfs'd was robb*d { F^r^ j*^ -f/f. �nf /k r^^^-^^'^'?r^7T^?r^'^'-'f ffffT h-Tower-fliH;' near Ea" "*    * tir-TomlSvinirof 41, and a^kr-wards thrown into ToVCierDitch, am) by At fall had one-of hit Legs broke, and was terribly bruited.  Hp wal (bon after taken up, and carried lo the London Ho^itjil ia a dangerous Condition. On Saturday lail an eminent Shdmaker in Maito-Laar. Covent-Garden, was fo terribly gored by a mad Ox, that he is Ance dead. On Monday died Mr. Skeldon, Mailer of tbe King's Arms, a noted Inn ia Leadenhall-Street. On Thurfday UA was marritd at Sr. MargvetX Loch-bury, Mr. Edward Rqih, Peruke^Makcr, .ia Haip-Lanr, to Mifs Ann Lucas, of Bilhopfgate-Streer, a moft agree* able young Oenltewomao, wicp a b^adfome Fortune.' On Friday laft the Duke of KamiltonS grey-Mate. Mr. Leed'8 grey Mare Splnfter, Mr. Smith's brown Mare, and Mr. Marttndale's bay Mari Sbepherdefs, Haned at Newmarket for his Majcfty's^Plate of too Cuineas, which was won by Shepherdcfs, contraiv to the Expc^ion of the  Knowing-ones, who back'd Mr. Lcetis'j (commonly calt'd the Hambleeoa Marc above three to oike bcfoire itarting. On Saturday the Duke of Ancaftct'i. J'illy beat Lord Portmorc's Filly. Mr. fanton was to have datud � Filly, but forfeited, as it was a Sweep-Stakes. I ord March's Whipper-in beat Mr. feathurft'* Rt^bt^tjicd. And fix five-years-old Morfcs, viz. Duke Itikta'iltun's brown Horfc Tartar, the Earl of Portmore'i tjrortQ K.^r*'c Skin, Lord William Manneri's brown Horfc Ta>vi:rv. S^r Marmaduke WyvUl's brown Horfe Broad-Bottum, Capt. Shafto'� Chefnut Hurfe Jofeph Ai>drews, and Mr. .Iita'* bay Horfo, ftarted for the Subferirtion-Plate of 100 Guineas, or upwards) which was won uy the Kadof Post-niore's 6kin, on whom the Odds at llartiog were laid agninll the Field. The third Day. In tbe Hay Market, th's Day, exaftly at Twelve, Mr. Foote's Break^adtng wilt begtu All the Materials frelh imported, and the Compiuiy to be watted on by two Knights from the t.snd's Fiid. and � Brace of Cats from Italy. To conclude with a new Dance. The Doors will be open'd at Eleven. The Ladits and Geitilcmen are defir'd to leave ttttiir Lap-Dogs and Spnoirts at home, becaufe of the Cats. Places to be taken at che New J'hcatre in the Hay Market We hear that the two Royal Africans will honour tbeir Dancing-Marter, Mr. Lalauze, with th<;ir Prefeowe, to fee tl ^.r !� 5 zi/'t^ to eup if th t^fj-n ^"l^f�ff� j^!, ir/ring ct tht F^iitrj, .�Jjj'ii' tfUvr Pi.ijtt,jri ill jhtdl It uciijj.nj /'�^r tltif ^tut ttSfjij^ Pf'^'-Ti �j inr Afiraui sf fpifl'tg tn tf>t ai�Vt Stiteit:iair:r,  J� //..^Ji/a* i'f l.,rtif, er />���/*�  Sr       ��' : :, tt iif if^ fidU.-.irg Ojfinri, afffintfJ tst rcuivi tmi ivsir ti-j t^^-n-j- ill St^>ij cpn fi.t tl-vt /':.�/�^, T/'a:. 'JuJin Pj>ri^n-.?M, li^i SaL.itvf- anJ ijnk e/ itv R.paiti to ttt 11 aJi .illJ I'iiiiilutijiiit at ti'etr \ Pnts^aii.-ti'. tit f'^'-'i'-^K fir. Citi-rAnnrr 0/lii Afajij^yi A'u^y at AltJ lit. 1 lrr,it.i^^' StiiiU -t.-'i.' if j-/aft,'J t>'t eiiv ~f* t'  ^jrtl. jltdi      iiiUipLtiJ, or �/ It -   - tj recfivt me^ Fnfimt 'i^uiiMtrJ mm iLx jrtth cf Aj'iii, anj he reaJy to j'ml ��       tceir; ^.x^ rKt ;V�/,.^    ji h gii. ft ej the Pluu PLa^.t It '..it.t- i^.h vj tor lo t,f,,tr ^ u,d. i to irihiri. -fi-^ii f.r UM &c./.r -V/ fi(v SfttJ.'mnit, tie fume VjivMtiiiiri �i /t.r. I-1',-.ft inUdsn, oj S.anuii, /fmll lu,-u.,f, U-:i!^i, M.ijjrij, J/intri, Five o'clock. Each Perfon Wine or Punch. ighlanders. 'i'o be^m at to be admitted fur a Pint ot finttftUir-.   ii.t.ti.. ^jjidt *-vU i^i-�.. ...�J ....   � f / (/(,. I� .Jit I I �I  IJ I >   > u.t y. -1... �J' J ij'�M \s nil.I.. 1 O      t . u ijji 111 c; wedeidty W:!:.^^. and BecjamiB !.ii.-,e Vu, *' tngbrd lo, ,ce Vca jhat levori! Ho jngar.an U mc* m( ci ,11, 11. .jfjf r to be frnt  (,ori   la  Inipcful '   ' '  i   .:   f ir .\t., Dc-par! mi' ot  I  t High Water at LondoB-Bridgs this Day at zO Minuw-s after i in the Mornint;, and. ^ 1 after 1 in the Aftcriioon Ycllcrday bank Sipck w�t 1 )u 1 half. W dia uvk no Price. South-Sea Siock, ic6 7 8(b* a 3 4(ii' a 7 bit. Ditto O'd Annuities 104 1 half. Duto New, iut j 4�ii' a 7 8ihs Bank AnnuKio 174^. icz Ditto 174 . co Price. Ditto Loiieiy i74'�, 101 7 Hihs a ict batk Anatiitie* i74! . Three per Crii' Auji  cr Cent, ditto, 75. Uauk Cir cula'.oi }!   i.'! 6d. I'rem   India Bondt, a ap ~ron3iJn7~ApriI~7r  � f ^11F Minbt-rio^ tf.il Ct.'- il.fi/c tit Merthan:,, O. t.t., M'y! '1 "J >'//j "1 till Port, iLouiJ r.tit t\t.i .1 V.iy r: Xt,   tt   tl-\ e Ciuti, at tlx Cr.,\ n ,        i-i . li \.i/ /.\J'u/i�-,  ti vfder to ejiju/t     i!^ tl.'^ .it ' ft. M T J        ,r i; � i ..lurL..., i.r f     t^L^     .jLt      l'      - M J L        A; ^ . . �1/ ii. .L'-i.        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