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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 18, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Adveftifef. TUESDAY,  April 18,   1749. Deal, j4prtl 16.     A M E down, the Qoeenbonragli Man of War, tnd SkldOi Sloop. Anived. the Margwi Man of Wir, from Mahon; the Snrallow. Hud-fon, from India; the Mary, Hadon, from Carolina, and the Trimly, from Seville.   Wiad W.S. W. Yctterday arrircd a Mai) from France and one from FLxdnrs. Paru A-lit-ina'tn, April ai. On Thurfdajr laft the In-)tabitan(s of the Parilh of 5/. "Jahtt Jt Lctma caafcd ft Pfitffi to be fung in that Church for the Recovery of their Curate, who, a� has been lately related, had like to have been murdcr'd. In the Eveoing there �vere Illdmi-nations, and this Evening there will be the fame again, �nd more general Rejoicings. The Sextan, who has been already fevcral times examined, it declared innocent, but is neverthelcfs fent back &gaj.n to Priion, where he u to remain till the definitive Sentence ts pronounced. in the Decree which was lately publilhcd relating to tUc Phyr.vi.inj anti S^rgeons i; is ctJ4iB,.-d, that etery Surgeon, whether GriJuaie or not, Hiaii be cbligi"*! to putlii:> Name and Quality over his Door; :hat in a!i Con-i'ultations where rik>riciaiis �nj Surgeons may be calltfd, and where a; Chirurgical Operatloa is to be made, the Surgeoni (haM'iive their Advice firlt. which fh;vH be dctmdi - t     -l_ a',  _   rF~_ 1,1  /�_?__       1 , ,11.. .t._. _ii Cemirif^, A^rit�?. We are itow told, that the inftalltf tion of the IHke of Newcaftle, our utiv Chancellor, will be held in the SenatcHoufe here in Whitfun-Wcek, ind that there will be a fplrndid Appearance here upon the Occafion, and publick^peeches upon the Occnlluu of hit bcin^ made a Doctor, &c. and a Mufick AA. Eiftnhmr^b. Afril It. They Write from Aberdeen, that on Wcdnclday was fc'nnigkt, ftven or ci^ht Men were brought in there under a Guard from Cromar. and committed to Prifon for wearing the Highland Habit, contrary to Ad of Parliament. The Synod of Glafgow and Air have initrui'led their Members to the next Gcneni Aftembty. to infift that the Sacrament of the Lord's Sapper ihould ie more frcqucatly adminiller'd, and that Application be made to Parliament far an Angmentttion to Mioiftcrs Stipends.. Laft Friday came on before the Circuit Court at Perth the 'I>ial of Alexander Retkry. for can^|ing Arras contrary to Law. for wounding one Mac Kenatr^ a poor Man in Brechin, and being habite and repute^ a Yagraot, Sorncr, and idle Petfon. I'he Jury brought him in guilty, and the Court feptenced him io b� whipt and banUh d. The Public may be aflTut'd, that the Rehearfal of th� Mufic,, compot'd by Mr. Handel for the Royal FitewOtkst is now tix'd for Monday next the a4th inllant, ac the Spring-Gardens. Vaux Hall. To bejjin at Twelve c'Clock at Noon. , No Pcrfons to     admitted without Tickets AuiM�'Rs �f $bt FKMALE SPECT/ITOR Flook V.      an *Mtir$ nevj tt'tri, f^ttl'fd^ El� I S r I. y. S . for the J. A D I E SI r tr m�]i fty^ti Mr Iht-uM (f�<\ff �)^ Kilfnikft of V�t�agMt t)^ Wnik wilMsf r<)m|-rirni m | but, M thst ii impefltUa to k� 4Mttiriik tn� Ceiia v tvt prop�l* net t\� *�tttA Thtct, wWk% b* p�bti'h�d in th* r�m� Mmncr m th* FifMh "(^-. 'r fr^V Dooiit. M.viiltty, IVic� ii. I>t .Mr. Osrrintr. at k!i PriMin(-Olw� opp^rire Si. C);ii)��t'( Chuith in th* Strand ( whcrt knf c�noM l^ettt, whrthcr on AmuAn?, fhiluTrphie, Moral, or Rvlaimts SaMrA^ mty %t fovutH with bt niirl'!brrrf|>oi�i�ots. will ha flllhfdly mi^ niittfti lo ut, aM til poiTiM* Rtfi�ri p�M t� thtllw b]r_ Pluniaiion-bllicc, Whitehall, April i8, 1749. NOTICE is Ifrthy ^ivfn t� �ll fitth Ptffim$ Jpimg l� tbtir iitne admilti erccivin|( that feveral Streets were j;otng to be dtro liih'il, Jn ordtsr to form a fuitable Place for iht Equetfarian dtaiue of King Lewis XV, his Father, iatiii,.>-rd to ihofe t�bo Were about htm, that if it fliould h^jnitn th�t he (hoaM live to fucceed his Majcfty. he hoped likcwifc to ddcnre ktt Equeft^an Statue: and he in like Manner flattered hira-felf, from^the Loyalty and Affeaion of the Parifian*. that they would creft oiic to every on; of his Dcfccndants: and then he obferved, that fuppofing ihe French Monarchy fliould yet fubfift, as lono as it has lubfi'lcd from the Time of Clodio, the City of Parb mad be enlarged to the Compafs of all the Iflc of France, to find fu0:cicnt.,Rojm for all the Equcftrian Statues of Kings that Otould rdgn during the Space of thirteen or fourteen Ages. The fame letters advife, that the Court of Vcrfailles is thoroaghly pcrfuaded, that the Quadruple Alliance becwecn the Courts of Vienna. Ruffia, London, and Copenhagen, is fo far advanced, that it would be imnoffible to traverfe it. and has certain Intelligence (hat a War is upon the Point of brcal , Haciboys, French Horns, Kettle Drums, and other IniirMments. Vellcrday died after a few Days IllDeG. at Lis Houfe la Threadnccdlc Street, Mr. Lightfoot, Parmer with James Colcbroke, Efq; We hear that lall Week Ehenezer MuffcB. Efq: of Bethnal Green, Trcafurer oi the Hofpital for tjv bmall-Pox in the natnral W.iy and by Inoculation, received a bandfomc Don.ution of Oc Hundred Pbands, 10 be apjJied towordi) the Support of tliat much-wanted ncceiltxy Charity, from a kind and generous Benefattor, who. though lb Time pad a Contributor to the fame good Undcmki^^. yet far from OlUotauon, dciires to remain uckccwa to the Publick. On Sunday a Servant of General Puhen#y, who wii riding out with him, had the Muionuac to tail iroa his Horfe and fradare his Skull. Ycllerd.iy a notorious Offender was taken, as he wa* attempting 10 rob a Waggon in Biihcp('^at%Succ:. aiui cat-ried to the tfoultry Compter. A� no Reprif ve is con c to N^wgiie for Nicholas the Higiway, whofe E.�cutiua       ic^pi;ed t:il T&.J1I" day next, he will on ihat Day beeicca'etl. tr^ij^h thc?c is great liitcrceffiOn making fjr      bfng tiaciportcJ tict I i'c Wc hrar that ihe ivs :> R-ki! u�is w.il be at etc Tthfatrc Hojjl in C u . i at Cjanlcii, ;hn Dj> , u J.c Coalciuuj Lovtrts, fv/i Lhs L'tucCt t,i ii:. r.-btJU (at Half a uiown cacti, and to admit but one Pcrfon only) which are leady to be del^vcf'd at the Star and Garter ' Tavern. Pa)l-M.tll 1 Will's Coffee-Houfe. oppofite the Admiralty ; George's Cbifec-Houro near Temple-Bar; Mr. Sherpey's, Bookfeller. under the Royal Exchange; nnd at the iipring Gardens aforcfaici. Tickets given out. for the � jthinfifiinT will be taken the 24th. The Eighth D.iy. This Day, exaftly at Twelve, thetwp Knignti treat their Friends at the New Theatre in the Hay-Market; ^ftei which, the Auflionecr will difpofe of fome Originals, particularly a Portrait of Harry the Smuggler, at he look'd at his Trial. To conclude with a new Country Dance. The Doors to be opcn'd at Eleven. Btcakfafting wilt be continued Tucf e ufual Divetftont. To which will be added a new Allegorical Mafqtio on the Return of Peace; with a grand ProceiTion of (he proclaiming of Peace ; interfpericd with a Piece in grotcique i:haraeten. caU'd The Rival Highbinders. To beuin at Five o'clock. Each Pcrfoa to be admitted for a Pint of Wine or Punch. To lett, a warm and convenient Gallery, but eight Feet from the Ground, fituated between the Scalding OlTlce and the Modd-Room, fronting the Fireworks in the Green Park. For farther Particulars enquire at the Tbatch'd Houfe Tavern in St. James's Street, or at the faid Gallery. It will be matted, faih'd, and hung. I'he beft Sort of Irilh StuiTs, flower'd, llripcd, or plain, are fold by S. Hartley, MerCer, at the Naked Boy and Woolpack in Ludgatc-Strcet, where a Parcel is aniv'd with Variety of new Mixtures fuitable to the Seafon j alfo gr^ Choice of other falhionable Stuffs, and Half Silks for Laaics cheap Gowns, and all other Mercery Goods ai ufual. High Water at London�Bridg6 this Day at 51 Minutes after 11 in the Morning. Ydierday-Bank iitock was 131 1 4tb a 130 3 4ihi. India StctcK no Price. South-Sk;a Stock, 107. Diuo Old Annuiiiei no Price. Ditto New, 103 1 half. Bank Annuities 1746, lot i 8th at 4tb. DUto 1747, no Price. Ditto Loncry 1747. no Price. Bank Annuitiei 1748. 103 t 9ih a los 7 8ihs. Three per Cent. Annuities <) \ 5 Sihs a 3 4ths a c 8ths. Million Bank no Price. Equivalent no Prtce. Royal AiTuiancc 70 1 4tb. London Affuraiice do Price. Englilh Copper 5i. Seven per Cent, f^ntperor'u Loan, i<8 1 half Five per Cent, ditto, 74 3 4ih(. Bank Circulation 3I. 17s. 6i. I'rcni. India Uoitas, 53.1. a 5is. Prem. Ti:J Day is pitblijb'd^ (Price bound 10s.) r\PHIOMACHES I or, DlilSM RcvealM. V.^ I� �<(bt Di4ki|un. Wfctrtin 1 he Principle* ofI�rdSiiAr rsavav, TiHSAt, Mr. TatAHD, Mr. Coiliki, XU. M/< t z vi i. i i. Mi. WooLtTo:*, Mr. DoitwtiL, Or. Mu|nA^, Mr. Cnum, ih� Authai i&c ii EH r Wuic, aiid t/CUrr ia^^nlti F^tvcgrcri ut Daiva, ate cuofilkntS. ^r>ctul for A, MJUr, ovcr-*s�i:>!l K>ih�iio� Street in the Stf4;iJ. This     Day      are (In TvaJtM mat ftiltt fulonYi, Priu i'. Stctii ^1 HE Whole \Vorl{s ol the Moft JUv J     Di. JOHN TILLOT SON. Ute I 01J Aul.b ()�.p o( (V Fr.ateS oAtkacfifti *ui t-i^ctu L wht>\-J'v'il! y^Jils tviti 1^ rtoA f* rttuve tinl^ an,{ tl'tir ff �.i iarfy thgm M ifoni tit rt^�Siv� at Lcitg Ratth. fly OfJrr �t' tbi ki%i>t HaKtmmhU fit Ltn& _ Contmi{}i�>tt>.s fir Trit>4i iOfJ PInMit^Umr, 1 hf,., \-Hi.,:,, ^ fui i in k-rLu/)' ...I r. _     .   tho. hill; yww^ryi Tower, Marck J7,, �74;9k" THE Tre.i/urn e/ kit My-Jift Oniimxttr JhnhSkVi t^'otiu, tifrtt iy rt Rtftlatim of tit .'/wcM-^iMr tit XSmjiJ 0/ Cemmtfft �/ the "a-/^ Prtv y"" htattt, 1748, �tf PofifK tjj>9 JhtiU he intertfiti in, ar iatitlJ uitt,� iVtj DaitmHuti piiy/tflt tut tf kit htajifiyi Offi(* cf Oraiantt, tviiii&wrm cLittdan Bf itfort tht'^xjl e/"Dtctnthii^ 1748, itht JcaU tm sr itf/ert tit so/A Day nf Aprtt ntxt, mtrrj ihtfiimt tt ter 'Trtt^fiftr of bit Majejiyt OJiie e/ VrJmwcti t� h tertijLJki iim N tim Ge^vrmir mid Ceti^ity 0/ th* Bank e/EitiltmJ, ifi�U4timti^ uittt and havi m ^himity for ttt Ptindfii/jmd JttttriJI Jke fi ti'f /hid DfMarts, rtQtr th R ertfygff.ft Ifttk^. that purjhant t� a R^lutiaa oflhtHiamrMtit Ht�^ ^ Commas of Tut/day thi ai/f injlant, till Pnfim ttiitjbmtt intirtjitd in, t>r tntitltd intc, iettf Bill �r jJi/b ftnMt im Cvutfi cut of his Riinffiyi Off.ttt tf tht Nmy tr nami^itgi of fctlratijftrli, , wr Chaing-Cref, ii� ThkrJJiif next, ttiiijl the icib Day of tlii frefeat Ap'il, at Three o'CM in the AftttKotn, for cLtiJitig AuJit^srtfir tht ftitr tn/uing, ti'iduferi ether Ajjiurt >4ltf/iug to the 6'ii..v/y. ^-U-^HE REHKA'RSAL  iLK p, tet J    F-'oft vf tht S O N S �/ lit C l.t K G V cirA' it "t Si Panl'i Churjj, ihit Day, the iS/b iipait, toid tie i't^ g/i 'Ihuif.itty iit.\t. 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