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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 24, 1749, London, Middlesex                                HE l3gtch Ship reiAani. South.South-Wctl. Wind K�mngficr^, jiff�il le. We liive b ed (ound to Be Com enough left to load a great Nutnber of SwcdiOl Veflel^, who,excluded from (he Ports belonging to Ruflia, .and not fintiing their Account in trading to Dantxick, come to lay out their Money here. '1 hefe Veflcl� alfo take in all the Butter, Pork, ami Salt Meat that we can fumilh in the feveiril Poru of this ICingdom, and there is nothing, even to our Peas and Beans, but what Aiils at a high Price. t O N D O N Private Letters from Hblland advife, that amidft the prefAit EDtbarraJTment of their Aflfairs, nothing gives thofe who have the true Intcrcft of thair Country at Heart, more Concern, than the DeJ)arture of many of their i;tol\ con-fidcrablc Traders, who are leaving Holland with little Noile, one after another, 111 order to lettle jn lingTand and other Places. On Saturday Night Pftrt of the Fireworlts were illuini-�ated, and fomc Fireworks were play'd off by wny of Tri.il. Each Member qt the Privy-Cpuncii b to Imvc twelve Tickets for Places in the Gallery crcftrd by tj>e Govern- Sent for feeing the Fireworks; every Peer, f^'ur j And the embers of the Houfe of Commons h.\vc two each ; and ai Number is difperfednmongll the Lotd Mayor and Court of AlJermi'it, and the Dlredor* of the ^r^M Trading Cotu-|�n.e$ of th's City. v There will he a Concert of IWufick and Brcakfatting at Ranelaghilbufc this Day and Saturday next. And great Preparations arc making for the Royal Jubilen Ball, the firft of the Kind exhibited in England, The Amphitheatre win be obfcurcd from the Day light, and elegantly illuminated ; will be adotncd wjth Orange-Trees, &c. wi.th triumphal Archc-, decorated with Flowers. In the Garr dens will be ftvcral Pavilions and Tents and a Rcptefe'n' teiion of Lc Botejhc della Piawo di fan Marco at Venice. Id fevcnil of the Avenues of the ' Garden will be Pfcncb Hornr, Kettle-DfUms, arid other Martial Mufick playing the whole Time. At the Bottom of the Garden, at Five VCIock wi|l be a Royal Salute of Cannon, repeated every Hour, till theConclufion of tho Ball There ivill bcalfo genteel Collation, and proper Mufuk for the Dancing'. "V'lf, laid, that .thb ilon. John CornwalIi>, Efq; will niter liintlblf k Candidate fbr the Borongh of E^e in Suffolk, in the room of the Hon. Col. Cwrnwall j, his Breather. We hear that the Hon Henry Vaiie, "Efij; v^i'l be rc-ricAed (or the County of Durham without Op{M>c was puiftjcJ ai d taken, and being ta.ri^d b^foie a J^jlicr, was coiiuniticd to Prifon. On the ioih inllant a Kidinp OHicer of the Cul.loins ttaikd three S^iugglers near Iiaftihgs in Sulfex; in the tiay.MarketV tft^hkli ^^ill be iMA, tficUt tticnt c*IPd the AtiAiotf. To cosclMlt with m new Uxtntt/ l>ance. Th� Doon to be c>{wii'4 at lulf aa Ifourmftcr Five. Places to be taken at the Ke�rTkcatre Li the flay-Market. At Sadler's Wells, adpiniojl td the N�nr Rtvct V\t*f* Iflington, this Evening will be the ufnal Dirrtikms. To �vhich will be added a hew Allevoncal Mafqiir ca ihc Return of Peace t wiilt a trvnt PtocciEoii ol the p�o- Wine or Punch. There Hfiill be noPerfonnanif 1 on�otT��*. At the Niw VVcHi la Goodman's Fields, tht� Kreriaj;. will be feveral ne\v Pyrrfdtinahdes by Mopf. T�tft-y ft-itn Venice.  To which will hi adSed^ fevctal Scenes in tefqne CharaAers, never ^erform'd before, caira Wbs Mr. Oetavilier i Fame. Mr. Meauvio: Time, Mr. Jocio i Prudence, Mad. Tanfey t Plenty,. Mw. King; Jaftsce. . Mrs. phiUipvi,.Tradc,.MK Ifiiidiick. We hear'thatMr.Ifaae.Duhamel,! Watcbiraker. Jcwdler. and Toyman, oppofite ; pttiiftaVs C&anca in Fleet-Street, intends foon to (tli g^^,hi* Stock ta Ttade bv p>ab-lick Auflion; that bis Houic ami ^SAp are to be isoosc-di-tely IcB ; atid that time^y.Njtkc n-i iLe Sj?e %.i:t be- Attack the Officer was much wounded, notwithllandin ivhich, he ioi)k one o( tli both his Arms.   He w; lodg'J in ill? New Gaol. '"2 ivhich, he took one o( thtin Prifouer, af;cr having difaSlt^'d both his Arms.   He was fct to London, aniJ is fuitc On Saturday died Ml. Lock, an eminent Chcefemongcr iu KcwgatL Sttcct. Ytitciday a Coallieaver was d^-ttftcJ in dealing aeon-ftderable '.^i.inlity of Lead from a Houfc neir the Church in Spiiiluieids, and was the f-imc Djv commitud t;* Ncvv I'rifoo. NichoI  on Horfcback, the Hope which ihe Paviours had put up to ^cvcnt Cariia^cj, &c comingia, puU'd him oft his Ho.fc, andfradur'd hn Skull. Tomorrow, being the Day of General Th.iokf-^hring. and Itkcwikc the Fesft of St Ma.-^k, a Sermon �s to be preached in the I'andi Church ot St. Mary lc Bow, on the Excellency of the Liturgy of the Thurch ol England, furfuant to the Will of the lute Mr. jjhn Iluichins. Ciii.^rn and Goldfuiith, the Scrniun on botii ihoic Occafions will be pr^ched by the Rev. Dr Newion. Hector of thp faid Farifli.   Prayers will brgi.n at Klcven o'CIock. Tomorrow will be no pub.ick Hre.kiaAiin; ai Marybone* hardens, but by panic alar Dcfire, on cdnefdjy next, the 26th inllaiu, at Eleven o'clock i>i the Morning, will be a general Rehearfal of the whole Han J of Mufick, with Singing by Mil's Falkner; and on Moniiay next, the ill fMay, the Evening Enicrtainments will bcjjin, and Coo-tiouc every Evening during ihe Scflion - Tomorrow Fitnuif, exactly at halt an Hour after SiJt, ihctHo Kntj^liis ijcat Uicu l'iit.i.J9 at the Nov ] hcair* in liia given in this Paper. After wh1�.ii Mr Dv:h&mcl prvpofrs to co:tttnu� his own Bafinefs >s uf-^at, frpa^ate from the Try IVade. Places to be Ictt fronting the Fireworkr, at Half a Guinea e.wh Place, with a. cotivetsient Drawmg-Roosn. ifvwantcd. Enquirie at the Cornet of Gtoaccicr-Court in St. James'* Street. To lett, a warm and coorfntcnt Gallery, bat ei|^kt Fret' from the Ground, fituatcd l^etwccn the Scalding Odtcc and the Model-Room, frontingi the Fircwoiks iu the Grr.^a Pa>k. For farther Particujvt enquire at i^e lliit^ih'd Houfe Tavern in Sr. James*a Street, or at tbcIiidGalleiy, It will be matted, falh'd, aiiJ itung. Tha Widow Hughes, from Tunbridgp-Wells who hn alwpijs had the Hpnouir of Ictvln^ the hrll Quality, has a new Colle ununos a^ MajEcs. .01 her Houfe in CKirJcj-StriMii^ Covcpl Garden: And for the better Convcniencrc of a'|airgc commcKl^aui Ro^ct. fi>e will attend at the Golden Ancnor. near the Opefa-Houfc in the Hay-Maikct, on WedacfdAy Moraing at Teo. Gentlemen and Ladiea that hava Boi.d', ^os. a        Prem. On H^fdncfjuy Morning wilt if puIi'ija^J, Pr'.i 6 J. By Judonfy of Hit MAJESTY** BmJ of Q.J-z^u. Dt iVripri. )r� ol the MAC MINK lor i.�*c FIRUWORKS, �;tli i\\ m Oiijnxntj. inJ � Iktt."  /ttr Mjoncr ui wfuvli  , I7.jq,  on acroiint ol the Gcn:rJ \x:j^t ttft^J ij A.t U Clui'cllt:, 0 er m \Vhitc-Fry�ti, �n.� f li Ij R. (� V, �t rull>"� HcJ'l in Wjli-Mal) i �t c.jli kitii fKi^ia r..t.3.'. iiij/ he fjpplicvi wlrli them iraJy kw'ii uf/, u> Haa.ir�k!a, F-'sjci, ^ Tw^nty-flVCT, with Allovrsticr. Nate, Thit H�mphtrt oill l� cjirct'd it Stati'>n�rt-Il�i!, tai vii^^a pUiUiit, �f prictti i-ny 4'j� of it, v'M be ^cfetuic'.. Plantation- A' ^Tjitei��!l, .Aptil Mi, i7!9 NOTICE is Li.ly ^iv,n to .U fu  _ '   ._IHO. HlJuL. 5. ryArrr Plantatitin-Office, Whiiefaatl. April i�. 17^9 it  to gi'^i Sttut to all fmh, P^'j.Ki i'-g '� i    ^(fVuSiOtiu, ui i>mt n.rfi'JOrJirt at f-t. (jj^uJ-^. thtir tttur admitdted en IumJ tit f:!tf,ntg il.-^r.. B t A-U" F O R 1 CANNING LONDON. EVER L E y. Ti> xp^ir la lottrJ tfj^/.i.l Shipi, ut l.za^ Kioik, f sin Dot, Jacjdity, Wtdfifljiy- and finr/duy next, tr / tm On lamJtf.\ jindt.jfi^n-^t iifs. Bj (>,Mr j/ti.f R.^U HiUi/uruUl lilt l.^rd, CttmMijfiimm/ur 7rmd* ami FLutatua., _______TliOM.NS   lUi^L, h.'^lJn-y. FRIGATE. 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