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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 10, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advertifer. M O N D A Y,  AnUL lo.   i7*9. ��- -"''       ......... .., ,\     .        .  ^ .. Of*/, jfyril 8. AM E down mmI (Jlf4, the Smni, Dorrdl, for ; the Qaccn Anne, Beamer. the Cm&r, Wilkinfon. the Laadovcrjr,   Blatket,   and   the Hoiigliton, Read, all for Jamsioi, /Lrri^d. tlw Two Stiicrt, Bogg, from Carolina. Downs.  Wind ^fo Ships in the N. N. E. Ju S*ermS tf m Later fitm M^Jim tf Hif^ttm �f tht Hacoc. j^jmw. * All Mr Advko Hon tbc Nmh intiaute, that hit * PraCaa Mgcftf hu in all Rt^JMa* imiUMd 4he other � tvmtn n dnt pan of the World, and likeihe Courts * ^jfb^tm, Swdm^aaADnmaH, ha* caoTcd his Miniiicr�, * ia all tlM Cjp�m where he has any, to declare the Motives * whidl knc iadand him to a�ke fnch nalttary Prepant- * ooMW Im' that ihgr ara oaly w prtvcnt ii* being *  thaiNation ^.f and of the reft of  Swvdiui Prnmtr^mit^ by l^e Treaty of Wcftphalia.   Both PtUmi and have Reafun to expect to meet with � Oppofition frria this Quaner, on account of tlie Suc- * crSioa to the Dotchy of CcmrUmd, which is a F ef of the * former, and has been under the ProtcClion of the latter � erer fince the Dcuh of Duke J^'^rt, and which ii's * pcetcl^ed the King of Prtfllui is at dui junflttre defuous * of biicging niMScr the Dominion of the Houfe of Bnw.L- * hargi aad if fo. there would be the grcattft Rcafon to * cxpeS. that he would ofc bi^ Intcrelt in Favour of his * BrotlRS in Law. Prince i y nuny; be- * canfe, they (ay. that would be the Means of preventing * the Court of Pttnficjr-g from permuting this Prinec to * po oat of thit Empire.* LONDON. LaS Ftiday Evening there was a numerous Meeting of the mott eminent Mccchanis of this Cuy. when a Letter from bis Grace the Duke of Bcdioid was l-il before them, to lie fdSio\*i�g Fur pan, thai a^^ loon a> ihc Di-cU tauoa oi the Governor fat St. DtSminjfa was  known, relating to the fcitiing of ihc ill^m! of l\.r>ago, a Courier was diipaichcd lo \'crlaiJe< relating ihvays bie the lame with that of * this iuavc and fre e Coaeoy of ibe Scorpion Sloop of War �rom Guernfey and Jertcy, which, we hctf. is ortUr'd to be difliandcd. Oa Wcdncfibyaniv'dat Sp'ithcad ReUr-Admiral Forbes. iBhuMajcfly'sSaip the Superb, from tite Mediterranean. Ycttctday the Workmen work'd on the Building for the iiiewofk* in St. jaaacs's Park, in order to have them ready 9giuaft Ihc Day appoiatcd for playing them oft'. The Re*. Dr. Conybcare. Dean of Chrill Church, Ox-�td. u appointed to preach before the Hon. Houfe uf CoauDons at St. Margaret Wcfimiuiler, on tbc zjth m-taat. Ihc Day of (.tJittck I'hank^iving for the I'eiice. Lai Week ThOinas Orby Hunter. Efq; Member of F^Uansent for Winchclira. was married toMtf* Ballendcn, a near Rdusoo of the Right Hon. the Lord Bruce. La*Satvrda/Mocing the Lady of Sir Waikins Willuui ^'>Bae was brought to bed of a Son, at his Haute in l>Mraiag-Strcc(. Wcdminfler. On Saturday fcveral of the Mufick belonging to tbc Firft Rcguncfii of Foot-Guards svcie diicharg'd. On Saiurday there w*^ a Meeting of the Umpires ap-roiszcd dctcrmiBC the King's Plates at Newroa/kei. at hu QtACc the Duke of Richmond's in Privy A^^den, (o ^i'i-i tbc ASaii between ihbEarl of TankerviUe's Stadt> holder, and tte tarl of Pcnmore"s Highlander. wHkb was run the latter Hod of lail Month at Newmatkct, when ibc ICO Guineas wcic gnco to the former. A Grant ha* pafled to John Nieotfttp. and Laytoii Smitb� Efon. of the Office of Watei^BailiA^^ of the Ki^r TkamcSk from the Great Bridge at Suint to the He^d of die Aid River, and all the Branches and Rivulett dif-Charging theinfetves into the flime within the Limiu af ic-(aid, lo be held during hit Majefly'i Pleafure. They write by the lalt ^ips from Jam tea of the Deaths of GrcRiam Lloyd. Efuj an eminent Merchant of that inandi and Mr. Charles Norris,an eminent Attorney at Kingflon i tTcnilemrn well known in (his Kingdom. On Friday laft died at Waliham Abbey, in Mex, Mr. Warner. Yetlerday died, advanced in Years, at his Lodgings in Red-Lion>Strcct, Holborn, Mr. Jof. SheflSe'd, who was formerly an eminent Merchant in Fenchurch-itreet, having acquired a pirniiiul Fortune. Oa the 111 inftant was interred in a vcrf hafidfeflie Manner, in the Vault of the Ttm)^ Church (at kef own Defire) the Bpdy o( Mrs Eliaabcth Whitchurch, of Nony Caflle in the County of Somcrfet; a Lady whoTe ainiable Qualities jprocuied her the.lrftva �Ml?llcdh of all wko , had ika Happincf* of her Aeqiulotatice. in |er the Pocr have loil'a compaffioaate and beneficdit Patr6m.-lH ud iier Friend* and Acquainunce a moA i^vaeable and ebljl^nt Com Minion. A Reprieve is come down to the New Gaol for lCc*> nedy, conviflcd lall Kingilon Affixe*. bdng conctmal it robbing and wounding Mr. H'azlewocil aa Deptibfd Roal. He is to remain till next Afliees, when \is theti^tt he wiH be otdci'd fi>r Tratifportaoon. On Saturday nineteen Perfon* were tried tttheOhl Baily, two of whom wert capitally ctmviAed, vis. Jofeph W.-iters, for rrdirniii^ from Tiraufpottation | and Anae Vain, for bring conccrn'd with (�ro Men. not yet takdt'. in robbi1^g Martha Perry, in Weftiv�f^ rM;ri,Jt^r T qeVeW-Aleibfb tht^rMi (�r ImA C^mrni/S^f^'Tr^ 4Btdtmfiflkn, tttt^Mi, cn Ta.^y trtf, rAr 1 itjf>^, fltrivr Oniri /ei- k^i mf..^'tini^ith tbub-F0itmrmMfiik i�t* th r.f^mtt Tt,^/l^.-*n hjfafd, amf tlf .tittt AiJimini 0-/11 .wi�V/ Ptrfyt^ c A� 4r< Hfmi-mr^ m the fo^twr ^Thtummrt npJr'ii f tiUthtmfUvn in Rt,iJiii,fi l,Kf, at Portf-tttktb, It tt cwi Ht itio\l ficb P,ift*t �t Zvi-te eittfrd tlrir Stuart ivJti' tht Ci!.tm.ijfialUH ifHt Mi^Jljl MjVf at tbnt Ptatt aid Pfymi-t^'.    ' Py OrdT t/\ Ibf Ritit //intsaoiM' /Ar Ltr/i OtwotfJiott' i fer f -oiii ami PloMt^iMh _   ' IHO. Hii USttrtUn Towrr, March x\ 1.49. Its Trrtrfartr tf bit Mi/fify't Ot\iMiKt Jkmvh)^hh AWiV/. /b,a fy a R>/�liiii�m �f tbi Him^ttHi t&i iianji tf Ctmrntm of tbt t H Otrf tf M,iirl\ 1748, aU Pti/imi ivba Jkdl I* iHtrrefl'tf iH, tr imlilLJ m�tt My D.lwturet fkTfuiU tMt tf bit Mi^fy'i OJ^i-e tf OiAaniTt �.;/(.-rr j/ bii MtJ.jiy'i St.iy bruij viwi Satift, X tf:iu f. -j-tcti .J n./Juif.n tflh hdnHT^lT' ti- Hftiji of' C- T-i;*/ ef [uifdi-.y tbt I'Ji irjhvit, ail Ptrfaas jbiiUI ft ii':criJftJ i-r, af irtfuUJ ��f*. rt�v Bill or luili.t.y^dii A� Ourli 0U ef iii Me/i/lfi Ofita tf tbr Nmy f tti.'lmiJlisg, tr fir fmi^ftrti, ".x In b iirr,- madt tut tn tr tfftrt tbt J �/f Vny ^Dtttmkr 1748, and ivbt fhall, an tr btfvTt tbt tOtB D-'p if Jpril ni.xt, brii-g tbt Jam* /'"fit til Ojx{ in Brtdit-Stratt la iw itHlrkfd end arli/td tt tbt Gawrmtr and C/t-vftlttf tf tbtB^Kk tf EkgLud, /l.'dl bt tntilleJ umtt, aad bmn im AKKtaty f r tbt Pi iniif4il uad lutiTrjl in tbt fuiJ Billi, i^tT tbt Rat* tf Foitr fir CiHt. ftr ,iiimiia, tt cammftt frtm tht i^tb Dtfy tf till injhttt Marth, fuynilt ll^'-yt^ly ; tbt fidd AnwMly It bt fbargid upom tbr Stabt'-g Fund, ioti It bt tranf' ftrram at tbt Bani cf bngUtiduntil rtdtemtdit P^litumnt. _GEORGE DODINGION. Navy-Oihcc, Anarch )i, '749. ^r^HE frintijwl n/uni and CBmjr.(jJfom*rt tf bii httytfbft i A'.i*y gitii Xotict, ibat tn Fndtf lit  41b tf mtJtl Ahmtb, at /ns tt'Utik in tbt Moriumr, tl\r it nadf t� t.'-tal ivitbfiicb PttCkiMi til art tuclinrt^t la fti^-t bit Moftjlft Vardi at Drflford WI.I ll'tolxvitl- Xi-itlt mitt'J Lttid, Stufftti ,w.l PirittUi I tt'arti, uf^am a ftaiidin^ Cjittrjcl, ihM ibtey moy atttnd nitb tliiir Prafoluii til tluit 'Itutt. Holiiival lor bmall Pox and Inot ulation, ai liliiiutua. ' I �i tt gfvt S'alict, ibat bavimg prvviibdi:iv f/tarat/ X blm/fi far Imatulatiam, lui.' fl\dt im a /otv Dny� b* rttidy lo lakt tn a uriuit Sumbrr jf Paar, ivbj urt mlliitg tt ft injiul.ileJ, lo aniaid tbt Damgn 1 lisy or* itktU '� itiaJ-'-go, frti-I'idid tb,f btav* tin Ihjiimftr in tb^ nathrtJ tt i.f. 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