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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 13, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Ac^vertifef. Nun*. 569^. T H U R S D A?.  Ar"til. i^,   17+9. o It. Sliip   in   the Down*. Norcii-Eaft. Wind that is huildiiig in ' t'r Us Miias, tuivrrnor of" Cata-, 1-if.ia, lui^ (c.-K \ the Stives ih� were on boAfd the GoUcys which na\c been (iii.iniiril in the feversl Tori? of th.1t Province, in vrAer �0 their beitikj; rmj 'oyctl on the Palace .........-.........p City, wm! the fluiliiional BuiUi�g� Which are uiakiii^ by the King'? Or,;, r. to the General Iloipiial. His MhJ flv, hcfidcs 9)6 IKds xV! ich he ha^ alreaJ^ given ft>f the ;ick, has ordcr'd ail the BcJs that were intt-nJc�) for ti)c Troop* iri the Freld. to be applied to the fame Ufc, as alfo the Medicines, dcfigncd tir the tfa\^;inng Mofpttah of the Artny; dni fttch ApO'hecarics �nd Surgeons as want liinploymcnt fince the Peace, arc to ferve iii this Hdfpitai, and to hive the fame Pay ns they had when in the Field. A Scheme is talk'd of for mending the Highways of this Kingdom, as is dane in France, and crcAing Inns ftJr the Cpnvcniency of Travciierj. VcOerday afriv'd a Mail from Francs. Parh A-la^nuih:, .-fptU \6. fn Confcqurnce of the Judg- Bient proitounced h> The Council in rchrionnto the Sar-geont, their Community will be divided into two Bodies; one of which is to be compsfcd  �y. latl Week Mrs. Grace, Stephens of Little ^odbary in Wihfliirc, being ninety Years of Age. and fupcrannuatv-d, fell from her Chair into the Fire, anj v/as burnt 10 Dtaih. On Monday Night l.ill (after a fliort Iltnefs) died, at bis Houfc in Dronilcy near How, in the fixty-fifth Year of ins A^c, Mr. Rjchurd LoyJc, who \\.'iih much Repatation kept the Vuun^' I.scics Boarding School there upwards of Forty Ytari. He wu?. one of ths dfldclt Livtryraon of the Coiiipany of Mi;iivian>, J^ondon, and had been thfeeTimts Waller oi it. He w.i.. a Gentleman of great AiFablliiy. fine ScnA*. and gcyd Miiuaers ;  Stranger to ihofc islTumJng Liberties frequently too apparent it} Men of b^is Standing, whith tendcj their Converbtion irkftJmc and nnplcafant i he was o'� 'he lontrary, remark&bic for a Cheailirlnci's, Vivacity, and Swcctnefs oi Difpofi'.iyn, which ii�renfibly i:if[)iritcd his Company, and gave a peculiar Delicacy and I'oignancy to hit Difcoi^^ which w*s always inanl), raijonal, and edifying In hiin, it may trujkr be , f�id, his Acquaintance which w.ib exicnfivc.) have Iw agiccablc Companio \h Iniiinaics a iincere Friend/ bis Scholar� an excellent Mader, aud his Widow  roort ifi-dulgcrt HuibAiid. His Bufinefs. which wa* coniidicfabtr, \iriir(we hear) be continued as ulual, by the Widow of t}ic deccas'd Gentleman, Mr. yalia Drur,-Lane. EJud'irgh, Afrili). Laft Satgrday a Meffcpgcr fct o^t froiu tl.i Place, in order to brinv up Mac Di^nalJ, of Barrtfdalc, aI>o i> n*vv on the Way, aud expected here gainll Tuclday next. Ke\i Sunday Morninz a Sermon �vill be preacls'd in the Parilh ^Uurrti o� Sl Alban ui Wood Street, by the K-v.i.: Rev t-ai!cr 1 , (�'>>! Richa.'d Lord bi;liop of it. O.mi. s, fur the iJii.clU (If Chan'   t^Liicitn oJ tnc Ward of Cilfiplt^atc s. �Ji.c iauic Muir.ir.^ a Chai.t) Sermon will be prcatii'J at St. Aogim;t.*3 in the OIJ Clwngc. by �1;c Rev. Dr. Newton, RcifiV o* Jjt Maryi liow iti Ch.'Spiidc, and Chaplain to hrs Msjcily, for tine Dcnefit of lod (h� r Children belo.-.tiag lo the Charity S;hc3l ot l'.irrn'^.^?ou Ward withii. The fame Mfttnlng % Sc�fl(i(>n will be prcacb\^io the Parifh Church of St. kahcrinc Crco �n I erj. nh.ill S-.ret, on 'Behalf of the Chait; Chil4ri(� of Al.lcjsu- \N arii, by the Right Rev. Father i'urGoJ Dr. John iiiotait, Lcrd Bilhop of Peterborouj;b. On Sunday n.-xttwoCi-��5iyScrmc)?!s wiU b? pTi-acVd n the Parilh Church oJ S:. Gtles Ja the I'icKls, (or the Bent fct of lot poor Boys ami toi pOPr Gitis belonging to the Charity Schoohih the f*id Partflt mi Sc Geuige Blooraf-bnryi that in the Morning by the Rsght Rev. Father in God Marti.-t Lord Biihop t>l'Glouccilvt; and that m the Afternoon by the Rev, Or. JconOar. Th^ Seventh Day. On Satiirdiy next, exanTy atTwfcht. the two Kights treat their FricUdsai the NcwThcavt in the Hay-Market; after which, tha'Auctioneer will dtl[h>f>> of fome Originiab. particularly 'a Portrait of Harry the Smuggler, as he took'd at bit^Trial. To conclude with a new Country Dance. 'I'hc Doors to be cpcn'd at Flevcn. Places to be taken at the Ne\�Theaire in the Ha|-Matkct. At the New WcUs in Go^^oi^aa^t Fields, this anJ every Evening.wiH be fcvcral y.tvV Pgrform-t'.icr^ by the prlrhr-Ui-d Ladies. Con�ii\ioncT�, �tiJoth�T�� a'e hereby 5f<}v�inlf ^>. th.-<.i.4d�:n l! at;]r SH-ewmeat-Glallrs. which v.ill bs Irttd at |ti�iHe Cdft. Thete J� alfo a grrat t.>5jant!t> of Store aiu] Ii;itihca.\Viiie. The finfind'j oJ thf Shop:� carickl on �� nfdsl. Whichall. Apni 7. i?*^},. �^      f^xtint, PcrJ- -wi- 4ii.t .".V^ie'S, /-r �mo Old Annuities no Price.. Ditto Ne^y, ftjj. Bank Anniiitiif" i 46, 10a a I 8th,   Ditto 1747. toi S ^tt�-   Ditto Xcmttyi74T, 5I.   Seven per        -^------,       . ..^^ ditto, 75.   Bank Circuiaiioo 3I. 15s. Prem. - India B�Bds r^rrjw, ttt�g tbt        �5*j*#j ttt^Bm^ / ftmr  / Sim ( in tit ytftirm^, f.rft>�i� � � U^^M*IMM^  �iu> Dcfiensi thcie bdo; no m.>*r Itn than ira of (be Jlinall, �ikI but of ibc Ui{> P i�. tktf ttt fi^ifuCmi to Cen^li^td nt Thics Cuiimm I'tw flixll, f >*� Cuiikji i|i� Uifc, till the si'of M�y i 'tttf wh'cfc Viy, if sny reicJrt uMiifofcJ of. ihfsj will be MivaiKcd t* tb� orig-.ntl I^Ue of Fuur Ouinttt il^ isiuli, Mki �s Oaic�u lise ><'('; " Axx\�t �lio�ef*id T. tXWne't m*y k� M Monr* fftf ttit Il n4*r (tf Ul; l^pttdVoii 0/ in; Buuki, ot any LHuuf at rarcd �f CUiu&i, 01 ~rbis Day is publijb*d, (Price 4., ; StcotJ hciumi (iMtk t�mtUtH*th^ If't'i) if Sold b* Mr. y\\iSt, in S .iri K^Jnta J�W, at �iu! Ra4t in fMfr-nf^lo Kew. TU SubfctiitcM wiU Illir4 Um� 4�i�v�(' �< Mr, CsTa -^ifr; Of* 4 i|t( <(Mirilrce|i*, to* t^lil.c i ii�li..in� P'.iOcatu AsiCjuU ei m.4 A Wo'k ilii"iai�i> uiii�tea>i�feJ t>c!<;fe in inj Lvoj-j-jsr. rr.oicJ l-� Mcii. vVuj4W4..i. ti.t, R< .n.w, I, H.-it. Hi'th, Wtu(iJ , ittiier, K�^.a;..,, O.^i, iJuiWo, Hwiuj- tit'lt, Tn.':c C.cuiliJi^ta wliu l.itc I�kcu Pttt ot 'ht Wo'k In '� y MiTT-.T m.rA ikir iV.+!n^,     ti rrf^'Ji' tit th pid  Ofljce of Ordnaucr, April i '      .    .       CIJjARttS SV$IL The allow Pri� ii TjU liy,tHKhitrdlcrtif tvQii1�a>ii4 WH!n>�ntK-r, TUB rreeftftr l^pOrMmt�imhjtH,y umtti rttUtukiiij ParliMunt. jotiM pi.UMpyk K, Ttralury Olhce, Bioad-Strict, Marcfc �4. IT48. THS Twfnrrr 0/ th Mi-j.ftji A'..iif ktrriy ekfcJ S'lttiu, Cmmm tf 'iu.fLty tk- i tf iajtunt, ail Ptrfmi       fiiall tm itinffitj in,   �r ti^litUJ titti, Pui or BiU$ fhiytiiJ^ }m Omtf* mtt tf hit .l/y^","/ Oji/r toe R^ifi ef Ftfttr fir CtKl. f.rAv9�U!it t*,mif}�cf /'im tit tyb Day t/ iLh injl�-t hlvth, f^tymlt llJjji,-.tlj ; ti,; AsKitity ti te ttmpi mkm ttt Slttiin^ F^tl. visJ ti, fr^J-f^rtMtat ttn JUsf sfintlvtd MtJ r. J. 1 �rxiJ hy P s.H.n u*. ^       tiUDRl.K iV)i>l>.'Oi ON.^ '        \___ N..^y Ofcficf. Mfaith      1741^ 1 JVfcflJjr pve Aiffw.-, ibut ci FriJ^j tit 'j^tli a'':t MnUlr, at iCJat^ in tit ^f^rajtt!', tl % u/.'/A, ttn^y ta trpd %,%fi/m:% Pttfi-it at at^ i�.'li4Jti'.t .'ff.i> JOTji/y't f.aA 4a Drfi/tii e%ljrciiv.Hh -uisf' . .//V Lai, rs isrJ P.'it.%-Lri iy'jnt, u/: ./J^- J ..^ iLt P'j.^-,.^^-C^/.. J'l ft Dn'itn. E.-i.l.n.-CVL.'.: H..w'- y     .^ ''i.JfT,     if   lit     Cl   

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