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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 6, 1749, London, Middlesex THURSDAY, April (5, �749- 1^: vr?^l RRIVSD. the Wnuffii*. Johnron, from JAOidca; and th� Judith, BradW. for Liibon. Wind S. S.W. H^prf, Afril 4. The Prince Ssadi holder ha$ juft put the finifh-tng Stroke towards regulating the A^fluJiUy of the State, by nominating for hii RcrrcfcntaiiVe and Prcfidcnt of the College* of the Macfe. Amftcrdam. and North HoUand. Mr. Haaelacr, who was one of the Plcn f otcntiarjo at Aix. tivc Months, then Burgo-Maftcr cf Amnerdam, and is ConnrcUof of thAt City ; an upnght ficady Man, and fuch a one as is ncccfTar/ to eftablifti Order in the Adtairalty, where heretofore every Body robb'd wiiiuIinpuniTy. He ha> nothing to do with the Admiraltjr of 2^aian
ack, w.\o kcocLM 1.1m 08 hu Horfi; robbd him, boand ikim, and threw hun into the Ditch*, vvticrc he continued a confiderable 'lime. Ycfterday began d>e SciLcns at the Old Baily, when linctccn Piifoccis wcie tried, tbree of whom were capitally COBvifted. viz. Doraocey Q:Jinn and William Horner, f r breaking the D^^dling Houle of Mr Ru|;crs. in Virgmia-Strceti and J^n hluggett, the Gtngetbread Baker, for robbing Mr-Macdooald i^i the Chttira Stage Coach ; eight were call for TracfponatiDn. and eigitt acquitted. tUSmiiagt, Mjrta jo. On Tudvay Morning came on before the ShcruT. ihc Ttuil of J^h.. H jdJ. HcckJcrMakcr iaPIcafincci the Court f^t upon Ex�miiuiion of Wtt-�eifcs ull Eleven ti Night, ui.cn the jury mdoled, and Ycflernighi mx Fi�e retura'd U:�;ir Verdict, �rding the Pan-B�l guil y, upcn which he uai commuted Prlfoncr to th� ToJbuOth. being before under Bill 1 he Jud^e has put off palling S�.n:coce agaiul iiim ull I'omorrow. Yeitcrcav Bryan Sl-. mour, soldier, wa� executed in the Grafs Marf.et ti>i the Mu acr of D.ntcl Johnllon. Luxate, JfiiJ 4. Wc tlic poor I'rjfoncr* on the Com-moo i>tdc �<-wjin our hucrrc and hea Thankt, for a Cuinca | h I't MjiiLn !< r.>n Bcmiaftor; ; Mit.cn **re cqu.UIy divided by o\.'. Steward, to o.-i ^^rea: Joy and Hcli-f, o.ir Number greatly incic4i;Dg. ^ *� S'.v!:f ly Morniiift Si.-iiKn v>ili Le jrcatli'd 10 li.e ViUicu P^ilK - 1 cf Alar^ M3"j/4u.ku and i> . ijrcgory in Ol.i Fifh-Street, fbr th� Benefit of the Chtritv Children belonging to Oillle-Bafiiard Ward, by the Rev. Mr. Warner, Rc^lor ot St. Michael Qnecnhith, On Sunday next two Charity Sehndni will be pre�ch\l at St. Leonard Shorcdiich, for the Bcneht of too poor Children t that in the Morning by the Rev. Mr. Smiih. Rc(\or of Athallows Londc)n-V\ all; and that in the After-tertioon by the Rev, Mr. Ditvoo.-LciUucr of St. Mary iflinfton. 1*he Brcakfitfting in the Hay Mhrkct ii defvrt'd till Satkirdity Morning, on account ol the Theatre's boinj; taken this Day Si^notA Frali ; and Mr. Footc hiu promis'd to give his hi 11 h^tcrfainnu-nt on Fiid.iy Night at Covcni-Gaiden, for the Benefit of M^. Bcncraft antfMrv Hale. Mr. Lill defile? to affure the P'ublick once mote, that at the Hour ot One, 'iumorrow, at Mr. Broughton's Am-piiithcat'C, he i� to fight Mr. Wildmafter. wh he intend* to well recompcnce for hii long Journey and good Intentions to conquer the Britifh Stage. At the New Welti in Goodman's FirtiU, this .liid evrry EvcningjWiU be fevtial new Performances by the ctltbratcd Monf. Tartfey from Venice, Mr. Hendtick, Mr. Miles, * Mlx, Milc.�r, and othcrt. Each Pcrfon to be admitted for a Pint of Wine or Punch. To begin at Five o'clock. At Sadler's Wells, .adjoining to the New River Head, Iflington, this Evening will be the ufufll Diverfions. T�J which will be added a new, Allegorical Mafouc on' the Return of Peace t vvjth a grand Proccfllon t f the pro* cl a I thi^of^eacc_xJi^tetfpe^ Pil^e in gnK^fqugr "CTiurdtkcrs caird The Rival Highlanders, To bc|(in ht Five o'clock. Each Perfon to be admitted for a Pint of Wine or Punch. Ned Nodes, who lately kept the White Lion at Mile-End-grecn, has now taken the Twelve BeIN in Bride Lane, Fleet-Strcer, (late in the PoffelEon of Ely HiUicr) and will endeavour to merit the Continuance of hit Friends Favours. At the new Academy in Windfor-Strcct, near Widegstc-Allcy, without 6i(hop(gate, Gentlemen may be taught, 111 the mod genteel and expeditious Manner, atid on realonab.'e Terms, to play on the Violin, German or Common Flute, French-Horn, Dancing, Fencing, or French, by N. Hart and proper Affitlams. f'bofc Gentlemen that don't chulc to be tnugnt among Ccnpany, may be WAitcd on in another Apartment. An Afl'cmoly weekly, for the Improvement of young Pradlitioncrs i where GcnilcniL-n and Ladies will be admticcl, though not Scholars on fubfci ibiiig for a Month. The bcA Suit ef Iriih Stuifs, (lowir'd. itripcd, or plain, are fold by S. Haithy, Mercer, .it tlic Nuked Boy and Woolpaik in Liidgaie-Street, whctc a Parcel i� univ'd with V'aricty of new Mixtures fuitabic to the bc�f(/ii i ai''> great Choice of other ialhionabic Stuff's, and Hulf Silks for Ladies chciip Guvvn.4, and all other Mercery Goods u� uiubi llij'h Water at London Bridge this iJ*y v 15 Minuies after 2 in th�; Morninc, and 96 after J in the AltrHirmn V'ctlcrday bank j.oik w .ut.k nu Price. Soittl-Sea Stock, 106 3 4th�. Umo Od An-� tiiiio no Price. Ditto New, loz 7 8ihs. Bank Anuiiiici it^ft. 102 a loi 7 Hth.t. Ditto 1717, no I^icc. Ditto l.oitciy 174", no Price. Biuk Annutttet 174I*. io� 5 8ths. Tnree per CVni. Annuities 9J. c 8ths. MiUicn Hank no I'rice. i.'�\uivalcnt no I'r'Ce, Fo^al .A/Fu ante 70 I 4th, Loi\Jon AlTufance no Piice. Knjjlj/)! Copper 5I. Seven \iKX Cent. Emperor's Loan, iz8 1 ^rh. I'ive per Cent, ditto. 75. Hank Cirtulaiioii 3I, tat. 6d. Mrem. liii^.a Ho�'d n/to')*, Sifireen thr iijurt of Foir an,! fix m tilt /Jl'itimon, j-t.ilu.iit le a Oeeiff f/ hii /H,'J,/ly 1 Cmri vf fx } ^/Shi^i in liis I'art, ivuuUi tntti iLrm ou Thurjday "Eit'.iiii^ 'lixt, 4,1 Six a'CJaek, at thf Cre-in /uirt� Itbiiui the Ru^tj l.x^bitii^e, in unltr tu tof/ttit n.ilh tlvnt wi fetrtiiuftir Bif.n.'fi. Torter, March 27, 1749 'TT^/f/i Trtiiji'ifr of Ni M,.ji/ht Oi,fntm >' bt ru;J .id Ubip^ and i':i>l"jl.ii I, .ill PtiJjHi -\^ho Jf.u.il ,.tUiJ O. /'.lidSide urt to taitt Ni.llCi- lh,ncf, und i..mf ti,fiii'd for tiuti f:.'pjjf; ,uid uvlft t/j, Siiff fo fi,rthiif,d jh.iil k f.i//,. ,,'..! t.iA u ,4-M> 'It th- End of f'oi ft Ihiyi it/,f t Ut^i^l,'l,lJi IXJ-'J^U'A tuA lnon.t ihf i'i,p,ftj I,' /K L/^-wa Whitehall, Marcn - AFr-fffd !\nt^ kxn fttfnt,A untu l-n . Siifit >^ � ,' � ' . �% �'.--if", bl f'jktf^ /-Jt/j w'thi- � ,'">**.. � i . 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