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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 21, 1749, London, Middlesex                                i>'i>rfT, ftn- MatfkUlc?, atnd tlte Dtxfct. S:orr7, for Ca^fiz. but finer ^j: back, �imI tnnain. v-itti the Out�rard-bo�&i!. Came down, tbe Ann. CIvk. for Boflon : tbe Brothribood. St>tr.forPon!y (-�iled. J Ury lujicnat?, tJ.ai the moft eSc^ua! ��etl,CTi cf trachtrg Satj-its Otydirccr. is to demenllraie. that ihtir Superiors do not covet PIjiics for the fake of SpirBdor or Profit, bj! thai ih-y cuay iffolxZKiu theai ti^c:j Z^al for the Pub!:cL Ga�J. L O N DON. Mr. Thomas Pcplwt u appointed a Corset In ihe Fiifi Troop of Lifc-Oaard*. Mr. Chartrs Bra^fl^at^. Captain m Second in the F;r f i'c*:* ol the Clerg!f at McTciaai-Taylors H*i!, atnouatri to 9-4 I Hii Grace the Dake'of Soraerfct's Horfc Guard-, B!ar, are oideied to patrt^le the ??fee:.' ;hc Ni^bt the fifcivjrki arc played off. to prrrcn: �ny Mi^cLicf bring do^c. The Fieoch AnibaiLador u captilsd at ttos, Court by fte loth cf next Month. Ycftcrday died at h� lloafir m James-Street, new the Hay-Market. Mr. La�rrnce. Mailer of Vrxt. Tennu-Court. Lift Wedccfday died, in ifce 66:h Vew oi hi* .A^p. Mr. William VWilctw, of Stratford iu Htcx. irtii* Ycirj r.-tir"d froqt Ba&ads. of r may b- truly t^ui b: Ut-aaii llt�l arithoat aa Eoetnf : He Was Fiitr to the PaiLcrJrfs, HdibaiMl to tiit WiduHr, a Frirod ut I'ae VirtdOa% Reh-ijious, JaS. and Upright, nithcui A^ecU.toa, 02eBt�iii SJcceit, and Flmery -. r.trcr keoiitin to be guilty of any Vice or losmoralinr. He died a Bachelor, and icit aiaQuj>!t lu; ncareft RdaiiMs the Rciaaia^r of hts Ponusc un^-poe*d of wkM livm^. Y ijJIing from thr Hoatcs on t^ev Heads, had itcsr Skells fcafiawd; cae of them it's bdiev'd will ittit recover. WKra tBe Fire fri hsf pen'd. there was a great &^aiRiv of \V^ct i aad fjme Fe!!ow* were dcfcAcd ta rofcbrag the iiih.:: nr> of tt.nr f uTciTure. Ycficrday the Rcfwt of the foilowicg slaletadors tu|dcr fcBtcacc of L>u.:h aa r^rvk^aic v^a tuaik to his M�j^y, * apj�toa�"!ijng 1 * avoidable.   '1" " pofc, than to gire tolbe Prince'Sncceflbr, or rathe- * Cottat TeCn, his CoopicUor and Prime Minifit r. T.'nic * to taketlcauies for ttnJciicg uc new j^ing ais d^tpotick as *fas (.Varies aU.   Wfaeocrcf toe OeicrminstJOn of ^ ' the King's Life ihall i^appcn. can one fuppofc that any � Attempt will be-made to render the Au:hoiiry of the * CrOwn withoot Limits I If this fiiontd bs done, the War * wontd be iafaOible; for tbrrj is a very confiderable * Party in SzsxAs, who for a long Tisw hare tmp>ored * tlie Afiftairce of two of their Neighbours, thst they � arill not permit "tise Swcdiih Nation to be robb'd of *. its Frrrogatires and Liberties, which it recovered at * the Be^ianiag of the Reign of the pTcfrtit King. � The two Ndghbonrs. dthcr thnweh lotereC. Gei:c> � rofity. or yet fome more cleratcd X'iew, hare {.iven * their Word to this foond Part of the Swedilb Natitm. * that they �rt!I eevcr permit a Fa�lttm which is an Enemy viz. Do^inick White imt liVliUiai Ildmcr, for breaking intt> the Hoafe of Mr. Il bbt�g M# Plemine in the btrand t William Maelocklin, for tobyn* Me. Tribe, in Mile-End-Rwid: Thoraa$ Kirti^mtlKklias J$ai)rinak<;r, Willitm Fairall alias ShtpMnl. Richard Perrliri alUs Pain aH�� Carpenter, aad Ri<:tuird GlOveC for beihg concerned with others in breaking into the Qitll Jj Walters, for Tetcft\ing froilt TttnfpOTiati ea dtdcred for Kvcctition, which will be on Wedncfdiy tintxt. Kingtnili and Fairali are to be hwtf, in Chains in Kent. JohnMdrgct. who wai condoned tor robbinj; the Cbcllca So|e-Coa(S. d;ed foBie time fince in Newgate. Yefterday a w-ell-drcfs'd Maj| was eomniitteJ to the Kolc at St. James's for Mifbehalrioiilin St. Jatnct*d Psf k. Laft Night the Con�ncrV:IrtqueU  Cortter, to fee tfic l-t7ewotk�. . % __ Itttepleach'd a Ckanty Sormon at C hritl-Church ia Ncwgtte^tMer, by the Kcv. Mr. Yjudley, Atithdcacoo of Caraigaa,1|fu]l PrcWhir �K Hi^b^.ittJ ChaptI, for the ficncfo of too foo* ChiUlreu bvloi�g j; to the Charny School of FarrtB0lon Ward wi.hin. 0:i Sunday oeat two.Charity Sdnnoniiult b" prrachM in the PaiiJb ChuKb of St. �o:olph witliout niSiojrfj; , f ,r the Benefit ^f the poa^t CWdren of the uid r.iriili; ilikt w the Morning by the ,R*v. Ikr, Fickeriog. Reckor of St. Sqwlchte't: ai>d that in tbe Ati^ritooa by the Kov. Mr. Terriit, t>f the Terople. The fame Day two Sernjont will be prcacb'd in the -Pariih Church of !}t Swthin London Stone, Cannon-Street, for the I^flclit of the ChilcJren belonging to the I.�eiuie at cse faid Church; that In tne Mor\iini; by the Rer. Mr. Ridlc}', Mtoillcrot Poplar, an J K'i.Ut of Rum-tord ; aud that ia the Aftcrijown by the Kcv. Mr. Miilius. LcUorer of St. Mary Magdalen B�rtnom�lrj. There will be a Concert of tVtufic!-.. a>�ii Uri;aL*"nHin3 at Rancbgh-Houfe,on Monday niSkt.IS tiCjal. By al Pirc woiks ; which wa� advcrtiftid tb be on Monday the 741 h inHiot. is naw ajpplnitd ,for tbjs Dny, the Ji.tj aid {to be^in at E'even in ihe Morning; N6 Perfons to be admiued wlihuat Ticket* ^ai Half a Cionn each, nrtd to admit b Jt cnc Perftn old)) which are ready fot delivery at tfceStar audGaitcr J'Kvrm. Pail.MJl j Willi Ct>tfee-Jldofe, oppofit* the Admiralty j*GcO'gc-*9C�)fri.e-I-foiife' near Irrop��-Bar; Mr. bl�cepey\�, Dnokfrllcr, untlcr the Royal F.xcban{;c J and, at, the Spring (.inrUwii* ftlorcfaid. Ihe Tenth D*y. TciOOrro*". exa s. Places to be ukcn at the New 'I heauc In the Hay Market. .^t Sidler's Wells, adj lining to the New Rivcx Hem!, lilington. this Evening will be the \1l\13l Divcrfjoni. To which w:ll be added a new Allegorical Mafc^iic on the Return of Peaces with a grand Hioceflion ol thu pro-clatmiBg of Peace ; intetfpcricd wiih a Piece in jjrnteftjuc Cbar4Ctfr�. call'd I'hc Riv�l' Highlmiriers. Td bcjin at Fise o'clock. Each Pcrfon lo be adniitltd lor a I'tnt of Winc 'T Punch. At the Nrw Wells Jn Goodman'i Fiildi, this IZvrning, will be feveral new Performances. '1 o which will be added, feveral Scenes in Grotefquc Characters, never pcr-f'^rmJ before, �call'd Whiifun Holidays: or, Harleqaiii nt <�fccn�vich. The whole to conclude with the Triuinphs of Pcice. Brccaiuiia, Mis. Miles t Ma's, Mr Milis; Peace, Mrs. Di:]ai'ilier; Viftory, Mr. Dclavilier ; laiiie, Mr. Bvauv'.o i I'ime, Mr jone* I Prudci.ce, M.vd J arife) j Plenty, Mrs. K-tng; julttcc, Mrs. Phillips i Trade. Mr Her duck. On Sole at tbe Naked Boy and Tlir >iock, 177. Souib-.Sra t>tock, ng Price. Diuo Old Annuities loj 1 8(h. 3 4thsa7 8lhs. Bank Annoiiici 1-46, no 174-. 103 a �oz 7 8iht. Ditto Lottciy 174'. �oi 3 ^ths a 7 S;!>. . 47i. a 4(i. a 47s Prem. This Dny IS pMijh"!,   (Pritt'M  6U.) ''n'ABLAGO  >,r. A Gtographic.tl Dtfcr.ption, X !�:'liJ *ai 0�jl Hi'i^, cKclltnt )t*'i�> f�. �<,' J��jf / Situ.liumii'th*^ famovt lUand. lu wkiU'  co lh(WH>( tfa� r- i   ei iir W. Vx-.wxt,nt'   ->fj-.'ut . lau IA flnt-Sli�rT i �ail by liw Hunt, T'>� '� c��T ^ ill tW i-Ujl-Boob, in4 wbotvar prifll* lajr >�t Di�m New, mj no Price.   Ditto w rK�hrn>Wi t'� ?r VSffiuisMtl'wJHMi^ "XJtttm nwntioiiM m the i    l^tiH^ hii K.tm� dM!i l� c\Kirr�J,-vt, m>A fuit�4�INw�r�!l;�ni��l gytn h'��� _    _^, IflMitAtion-Ofi.re, HlTicSall. Af�ii i�, 17 qs, \\ N'fVft Smi;     'h\>f rrv^hv^,! O, J'% /J�, 7fi/'.7Cw, ffltJ^;'OM4f, a. 'fihtccn Itijfi.gii er Ttn-nirntt     tk'/HTfS-Jt tf gr.:ru>l to ilv Siii^iWs Ci>M/.tJ*V. tt t!t S,:j/:eaj-I!nrjr, j^tne Tc/vjtt/ . mp'r, .'hi />Jf K.r-.v iiT' u- L:ti iKttt in tiyejiv^rit Oi.,-.p.:t!-It! c/Mj'. S.'f'^Hiit, Jfniini, Di."ue,Ci.i�r?*//.,'*D*W�, Mi/tf, &:/f,'Sf>,'/r,ii       .\h'!/Sf'r^ry. 3. 'Uirtfffi A!j.'a..g,i er '7rti-.�'?// / Ffffirt. e� f *�./*� Jrjfr c/ thiXM /?�,- biJ.^t thf Ct^>ptrsi/,r''i OJ-c in th OV->Mj/'./my�a^: xbc n!;anj( Lais etit t� ivrife thtir Pw-fcJ.Us^ K^lf, Tf.-i- Couuritt.e 'ui'I nt tht f.nse 'Timi r.'Cfivt Prfji^t^ fiyitufwh Pcrfin or Pn/ant *sif itiuixg 1^ ftrtht^.^ ft-'J t/a^uut, cUvr and afry (exvny uU thfilit Mjt.-ria/i tt' u 4*�r��E�f iu IhMafJ-Mwth-ihrtt, n.xt eujfiKivg ts tl^dntrr lk�/t, imJ/nil- ti theOf.vpciimi tf Elh.aL\tbi^iitrcntiif. Ik tht tfium Vime pottiijlar ii/<�-:mitim my it Ittd at the Cuafin&mt O/W ii/or^M/. D.   S F. .A, MA N.   arr}!rt&r. 8'. tiion'c'* Ho(pit.il,Hwle-I'jiL-Conif,.Ap'tl 9, i7�9, Ti^TirEKEAS it ii offriL.rAJ, /f,./*v.*,/r.y.'-^.ri'" V yy    djircui cf Jaitg tit Fin'.fvrh /;       it. Vt-ergi't Hajlital, t/lii ii t9 ia/vrm thtn, tkai iki-rt- nrt kst trtjt WarJt from 'v.hiil} ibty tan it fin, i/fut ti\f ^rfH'a-.ifn Ife^tit^ a^rf that moft tf tit Villi rtti tn l/itn ere in t'erydjtjrttaztt iJifitJif: /t ii thtrufvri IcfeJ, tht.1 f^r Utfuny fii\fir th: fj:ki tf t}-t l'ati(t!ti,  ut no Ptf/n -i L:ti.Mtr tun It t^sttttai. r>y Qnhr offJjt Bc.iir./, �  _    Hlie.II SAV. a^f 'Jo tLe B.^iljji, tht Piina^iJ Sm^.^ti, ric  orati,iU, y4U >(� huniliy <'�(;'-f.. to tht tJi.-jJiowiU at riicur.victi I iiiil *t Ilcotliei Stc^in'iiiun'>, liw S>n i^x.^tn, 1^. Siri'l-H.ll.   dinner     bo ^B Ui* tt� tai >i&i> 4 (p K*ti aa4 H.mirt, ttm iifit'i tg fabficii^ ihcia atairvn tn./Mm �t Utt � tui �.ai�r. iiam\| H(.9(ff, �;�. tli� CaMb �a4 ilnufi*, Pit-cmHOft ibc Whiiu t^to III Jam^t-ilueet, Cunnt 6arar�4 t^ Sila Can* arw At BvU aai (���. H'tlliorii i tlx Mia(ktu H^^iU; Chrai>< i tl^t iU I'Jata ^Mf titt Ihifjtiuffi, >Viffln$ i ili i.i|ih'n m Tuvl(y-&ti�itt, S��th�*Hki Ci:iu)>cM Arnii on CtrjiclUl I tb� Rawa ta C�>U(i�4rfMi Ua Mrrcu Pilliii Ul Juifuli-StrcKt, WcdnsmJcf ( ck� Tw� lln��n �% Krvkid �t. CWtt't i tlw S)>ut(*>i Horir' in Kr
                            

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