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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 19, 1749, London, Middlesex                                ifi�r-i4� The : Dally A .   On the 13th /nllanf. at the Famjcf for weighing Meal in the great Market was exaJling the jDutirs on it with'Rigour, the Mob rofe, and in a rlotoifi' Manner proceeded io the Palace of thcKlcttodel Popolo, demanding an immediate Kedrcrs. who, to prevent an Infurreflion, ordered the Weighers to be fCnt to Prifoni end- by fair Protaifes appeafcd ^e Populace; notwith-- ,.\,|W  of the Tumult, {n order to bring them to Jufticc. NtiflcSf Afrit I.   A Spanidi Prieft has been taken uj> and fcni to Prifon, for counterfeiting the Hand-Writing of the Marquis'Fogliani, Minilkrof Su(c, and drawing up Ordm in his Name, for raifmg large Sums of Money in i'cveral Communities.   A Frenchman in the Service of the Duke �f Cinifalco. has robb'd him of jewels to the Value df 15000 Ducats. Lfghem, ^pril 4.   In Confequence of the Treaties lately  ns>^f � iJHflinftion, who aro to take Care that the Magazines which ore eflabliJh'd for the Snbfillancc of the Tro >ps, '!nay be well llor'd with every Thinjj ncccffary. AiJ the K.riii>"s Uakirs have been employ'd /or fomc Time paft ii> baking great Qiianti'ies of Bread for the Anny. All the UtUctrs whole Kcgimcnts re in Finland, are iVtiing ouifucccliively for that Province. Vicwia, .if'tlxz. Tlic Proiellants of Hungary having reprtfentcd to their Mcmorif.1, th.-it thpy have been dil-yoflclTcd of 105 Lhurthts, the Eniptefs has ordered an cxa�l.Ac(u}unt lo-bc laid before her of the Proceedings upon th^t Occaiion, and th� Motives which occaftoncd �k;, DUiiofTinion. '�he Uriiith and l^riilTian MinilUrs, and tlic Iliivoy Extraordinary from the States General, ttl in Concert in Favour of ihc ProteAams. All tliofe wlio inie-reft tliemfclve! in tJic Publick Welfare, with to have a Reconciliation with the Proic'lanis, in orJer to prevent any Drflurbances in Hiingary, as h.i� htppcncd lately at Dobrcz:n, where there was an Infurrcflion, which colt the J ivc- of fcvcral Pcrfons, and was carried to fuch a 1-f i;:! . i; at a Pricft was Ihtn at ihc Altar as he was per-formmg Divine Service. Ihj.-ci;i, Jfrj/iS. One RaphicI levy, a Jew, and a great iVJa:ticit>..iuiati, who pretends to have fuund out the Method ot uiicrmiiji g il.t Lonj^ituilc at Sea, fcts out for X>ondon the Day ;.ft. 1 runioii.ui, to difcovcr his Invention to the Ro^al 5oti and uif 1 ^j'cnce of his Journey is defrayM by ttit Government. Ufiguf, April z^.    Iik. Lctrrrs received this Day Brui.L-ls intorm us, that Prince V..^iarles of Lorr, i;ii jiib.uk i:..i.v there the Day before Ycttcrday, i-       O      N      L>      O      tiM 'Ti� now fjiJ, tl ,ij lie Prince of Hclfc RiAnbOBrg will Im; iliO.cn .D .kc ol C'Liii..r.vi TJijs D.iy Uii Jtoya! ItijXlr.cfi the P^e of Cumberland nd hu Grace tiie D ke c .M. un'agu will review .the four C\�n}-ai;s ofArti'liij .w H;dc J'f.ik. 'I hv H.ii he i\' ui i)f U ,r \% (iut i I'.o Commiffian, and the Vojuiiia J tr.cfCdf t  on Kiard liic Sloop jounljn. from N'l-w-Yurk, b.��.nd to the Wcli-lnuics lud uiiinler'il the Captain and Ctcvv iu iluir Paflage, and tanied the Veflel into ht. Drtir.ingo    Tli�j' j.,;ijf|jj|cied i)..tt ihty v\cre tnc $ulj:ds , of ipauij ftiidiiKdcoiiMt-lNl^Hhod ttj recover their Liberty. 'i'fic :r,i {V kcbir.fon, f.:r Gibi�lui from Cork, is loft olF tile Ol^; i^�il'J uiar Ccjk. The King !iab litrtn jltafed to pcfent Tbomv Pficr, B. L. to like Ittciory if i>^o�ion jJavie, in the Coumy ot Nortiiaippioi!, one pf I'cl.jfibo.Oii^ili. Velicrday at the Rdicarlul at St. of tin- Mufick for the Fcaft of \\w Kpns ui ti.c Clergy, the Sum of 3701. was colleAed. They write from Fpfom. t) at the grct'.cft Diverfion is expcrted this Mtciit.g ttiai ha� been InoAn thifc feven Years, there being double ti'.e Numbtr ol UoifKi tliat were xpcilcd, amongtl wtmh are titadtf.oldei, HijhlonJer, Shc|ihcrdcU, &t. and Icaicea Lod^ii.^ to be had )u the I'own. We arc crcdib'y mforme.-?, that for the briter A ciues leading, thereto will be let open, but fcvcral brc*ci.  l� Pmcs of the Mocluacs that belting to the Fireworks, his right Arm was very tnttch bruis'd by a Piece of Wood that fell wpon him, octafiou'd by the Wind. j By fpecial Dcfirc, the Rthearita! (In the Spnng-Oardens^ VauK-Hall) of Mr. Handel'i Mttfie* for the R'^yal I ��� works) which was advertifed to Imj on Monday the �4th inrtant. is now appointed for Friday next, the nft; ard to begin at Eleven in the Moriiing. No Pcrfor.i to be admitted without TickcU (at Half aC>owrf each, and 10 admit but one Pcrfon only) �hlch are ready for i?thvCTy> at the Star and Garter Tavrrn. Pali-Mall ; Will's Coifcc-Houfci df)porite the Admiralty; Gco'gc's CotF.:eHoii(c near Tfh�pJc-Bari Mr.. Sh^jiey's, Bookfcllcr. under the Royal Exchange) anil ftt the Sprtng-Gar4!:ui atord'aid. Any Pcrfons who have already taken out Tickets for the aliovefaid Rcheatfal* and cannot conveniently curne to it On Kfrday next, may have their; ^oney rcturifd any 'Hme before that Day, at the feveral Plliccs where thry purchafed their Tickets, Ycllerday Morning^ died in Surry-Strect. John W.�y, ECqt Counfcllor at Law, Ftrfl Commifltoncr and RcCi'tVif of the Revenue arifing from H*|Jtoe)e Coaches itnd Chair;, 'and one of the Commilfioncfs catcd at Merton Collage in a Member of Leon's Tnnt, was a Gentleman of excellent unlhaken Loyalty to his Prii ^ and a taitjiful Servant to the Publick. Lall Monday Night, about Seven o'CIoclt, one J-^tncs JEce. a CJ^^^a^n'g Clerk of a M g rccciv'd the Authoi'� Approbalioa i: wa> rc-turn'd ii\ the lall Packc"-Boati and we are alFur d tfiat a fiiond F.dition of the Book is publifhing hcrp. Laditt, Confeftiotiers, and others, arc hereby aftjuainiPtl, that r.t the GJafs and China Shop, the Ciiddcn Rotile in Jerm) n ijiixfct, facing St. James's Church, i> a very great Quantity of the bed Flint Glatt'cs of nil forta, particuUr'y SwccttTit-at-GUiies which will be fold at prime Cell, for ren!y Money only.   W^nc (Jlaffej at 4 s. a Dozen, all of the bfil Flint Glafs. Fhcio i' alfo a great Quantity of St�jne ard E:irthen Ware. The Bu^neff of the Shop is car.ktlonas u/ual. We are defir'd to inform ifeg l'�libck,-ibat-4h� regu^. P'vyfiflim. fo famous for the foecdy and cfli'."�5tn�l Cut* t.i Vinerval Difordera after Dr. Bocrhaave's Method, it removed iroiw J.i)infon's Court, Fleetbtrccr. to the Golden .Xcron in the OM Bajly, neor l,udg�tc Hill^_ T""     JJ~A^~ K.   1^   0"~1'   T   i> ThowasCopc, of t.HcJitrand, Vintner and Viftuallcr. Martin Hines, of bt Mary koilie'i.ithc, DdliUcr. Ricli&rd Payne, of Bond'a Stable:, rcil�:r-l<4Me, S.ablc-Keepir. Vvilliam Ctieoiham, Uic of Southampton, B.'�wer acd Dillillcr. Waer at !.�-d ,> s- 16 MihUfet after \t in th* M�5t'tng. a; d 41 �*^�r -4 r.  o^fc. w-t t to \ 41.*. �. * .a^otk, 1*7 i half a t 4ih�. JoiiUi-Sc* >'\Hfc* o*,� Prrce. fiints Od .Anovsit-e!^ no Price. Ditto Ket', l j \ bait � t4^n Rilhk Anh�:!ti8. 1 46. loa \ +tH. DjU�>\-.-. (>ol*iKe.v Di to Lottt-ry "4;. io� J 4tli� � l.--t t5.�n� A* .-Isca  Ti"^. 104 7 S!h�. Tttrt* itr < .n. 4!. I'rcm.   Indy a ^o^., Prgm. Tftustr, M��tn i    t"4iS|i Ji    S\fi(*, i'fvt h a Rfu'^thx e;' #*� /tsscr^tV. tht itm/i dmnrj!! ef tl^t "�>/ Stcnl, t?*!*, ^ P*>/^*t ^"^r ^Ii^V/f/t C^.i It/ OrdifMtt^ it h iio^tfl h tit ie, Cvivi^iiaid0�>^f**f if thtBaxi tf\Ewjiimf,/\J!i'AtijttittJ-tftf J JuH-cft>t .r� Ammtty JIt t^-TihtdifJ*:^ hfmr/t 'J^f'ft' Words w'lh his Wife at their Hoijfi? oppofite Shadwell Church, ft^bb'd her in the S^idc of the Uell> with a Hanger. She was immliidiately attended byfevcral iininent Surgeons in the Neighbourhood^, Who fel^'d tip the'Wound, but fhe being five Months mne with CHild, broke the Lito. ture fevcral timet, and died iwnt One o'Clock YcUeVdi^ Morning. She was Widow l>M_|ohn Dean, wh6',receivcd fo gr.eat Favours from the Eaft-jutdia Company, on A�ount of liis Services ind SufFerin** On board their Ship the Suffer, fincc whofe Dcccafc 1% has enjoy'da Ponfion of foL per Annum. FeCj after lik long Examination before utlicc Berry, of Sun-Tavcrn.'i''ltld�, by him com-milted to New Prifon. L�fl Monday Niyhl. before her Death, fhe dccliired no Body wasto blame but hcrfdt. her Obllinafy being the Caufe thereof. On Monday in the Afternooi* one Jarvis, a Bricklayer's Labourer. U he witj buildingj a Si:ac>]d pppofi'C St. ,Ocorg^'� Church, Bllckman-Street, fell from the fmne. and was immediately carried (o St. Thomas's Huipiul, where he died an Hour after. On Monday Night three Sold>rs haying fome WonU with fome young People in jewiu-Strcet. drew (heir Sword', and tut andviniUtgl'd tiiein in a barluirous Manner.  'i'Jicy woriJ fccutcd, and comitiitted tol'rilon. The Ninth Day. Totnorrow, exadly at Twelve, the two Knights treat their Friends  Hjer will dil'jH>le of fomc Originals, particutlily a Portrait ut' Harry the Smugglwi, fts \*t Itwk'd stH�:s Ttfial. :Ti?t:ooclttd* with a new Lountry Dance. The Doors to be r pen'd at Etr%ca. Breakfalting will be continued Tuefda)'!, fhuiUays ar.d. Saturdays. Places to be tal;�n at the New i l.cuie in tlie ll.iy Market. At S.idlcr'6 Wells, atlj .ining to the New River H.-ad, lUinglun, thi> Evening will be tie ulual Ditcri'.ons. To which wdl be added a,,liew AUe^uncal I ck. Each Peil'on to be admitted fur a Pint of Wine rr Punch At the Ntw Wells in Guodnian'a Fi. Mr, tlii� F.vcninf^, will bL' leveral new I'trformanccs bv Monf. 'I'Brifcy fr.,m mice.   1^0 which will be iidJed, levcral Scene*, in (^Kty* cf�jueChaiafters, never pi rlorni'J be�or�', culiM, Whinun Holidays: or. Harlequin at Ceciiwii-ii.   7 he whote to conclude with the 'I'riumphs of Peace,   Brirani*ia, M>9. JOHN PlyUMPTnr. Treafuty Office, fttoid'^*****' �tarUi i^, r^f'- CsmK'Jn cf f'utfJLy tteiijl iii^'&nt,  , tr f,~r fr,>vttff, ivlti^ ';v y'<^.ifyti! Kfxft /if* /fMi- lit* I*t OJiia fv-frMMf* Strtrt, '\tit- h vutfitk ^ .WrAuMftiv  Pi.pa er l* /� ^-u/.'iis'jf /*/?/�.'/. fmi! J.-  ititi*. 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