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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 26, 1749, London, Middlesex The Daily Advcrtlfef. W E D N E S D AY, Ar-Rit. 26, 174^. Heal, Jpnl 24. A M K ilrt�n �nd faild. thr Priftcc Frcdcfick, t'nwiey. for Maryland : the Three Friends, Hooper, for Ma'iott; and the Brcrcton, Mea-dow^. for Dublin. Rtmains. tl>� DutchEafl luJiajsan. Wind North-Noith-Wcft. Rcnr. April 5. *f he Pojv, at the Reijiieft of th ake of - Courland ; and that the King our Sovereign will fct out in a few Days for Silelia. tenvar4icn, j^fril it). Several l�eTfonj of this Provinc� have been fined, and ordcr'd to remain in Prifoa foxne Years, for holding fcdiiiou.s Difcourfes. Hapif, jtpril 30. The Fricflander who headed the Populace of Stecnwyk in their Engagement with the Burghers, affiftcd by the Garfifon, in December lart. and who w�i made Prifoner on that Occoiion, has been hanged this Week at that Place. L O N D O N. Yefterday being the Day appointed for a General Thankfgiving on Account of the fcace, his Majeftjr. iind the Prince and Princefs of Wales the Princefs Amelia, and the Duke of Cumberland, w*nt to the Chapal Royal at St. James's, and heard a Sermon prcach'd by the Rev. Dr. Dcnne, one of hit Majefty's Chaplains, and Archdeacon of Rochefter, from the 29th Pfalm, and the lOth Verfc. The fame Day the Kiglit Hon. the Lord Chancellor and the Houfe of Peer* went to WeJlminrter-Abbey, and heard s Sermon prcach'd by the Bi(hop of St Afaph, from the I44lh Pfalm, and the i;th Verfe. As did the Right Hon. the Speaker of the WnxS: of Commons, and thit Houfr. to St. Margaret'?, Weilmin-fter, and heard a Sermon by the ReV. Dt. Con^ybcarr, from the izzd Pf-Im, and the 6th, 7tK, 8;h, and Q-h Veifes. Abotftt fifty Members were prefcnt^ On Monday an Exprcf* anived from the Court of France, which we hear has bou^hf fome fatisfaftory Dil'patches relating to the AflF.ur> ol Tabago. The fame Exprcfs brings an Account of ilic Rettitu'.ion of Cape Breton, after the Demolition of the new Foriificaiioni raifed by the Englilh. The City of Glafgow, in coofideration that they fuff-r'd for nothing but their diiVingaiJh'd Zeal and Loyalty to his Majelly and his Family, have bad i(X)ool. gtaateid them, to tcimburfe the Sums extorted from them' by the Rebels during the late unnatural Rebellion. On Monday tlicir Royal J^igkneifes the Prince and Princefs of Wales, with their Childicn, fpcnt near two Houfi in Ac Green Park, in viewing the Mad.ine crc^icJ there for the hircvsorks. Veilerday the Cannon were removed from within the Chevaux de Frirc to Conlluuiion-Hill, where they arc to be fired Tomorro.v Ni^ht. Ye'erday an Order figm-d by the Lord Charolcr'ain wasdeliverd to ail the Peif ns who live in 6t. J3ine>"s Palace, tor all ;he D.)ors going out on the Top of ti-C faid Houfc to bt l-jck'd Tomorrow Night. HisM.ji.fty has been pleated 10 appoint Samuel f?3g �, that they utver went out wiilioui L\c in Company, aud lia^ cont>.h d being .Accomplice with others in robbing and murdering Mr Scott, a ft-.v Wcrki fmce, near Iflingcon ; auJ alfo of bting concernd 10 the Robbery at the l-my at liitkiuy He vva� latilv a i,fr-vant to a brewer, aud rtiicc hii Infoim^kiion lu.ac ol Lsi Accotmhccs hive been taken. On Saturof.y Lvtuia^, aboat Nine (j'v.Iock. a Man wi:*l drefs'd was attack d in ihe hic'd> nrar Stcpt.ey b> iLtec Fellows, who, after robbi-g him, boufU biii U rjit' to^e ihcr wjih a Lord, and ihcn Lving him down on .'.li lijik. put hii Rijjht Le^ thioiivh hii. Artn�, in wnich Con^Uion he was found by tome I'cflons pjjung that Way. Thii Morning the nine Malelaclou lormtily mcc::>ii'd will be executed at Tjbjrn. Luilgate, -Ifiu 5 RiKciveJ in Our Begging Eox one Guinea, \v.;h ihit Sc:ijti;tc l':.riie, * '-j.r Lo.a i� a God, and hu Mercy t:r,-\.'c:h (.0111 (jeiierauof. ro (.ei-e * ration : Pr^iic ye the 1 or! ' I jr \si.ii.h we ret-.-n ctr humble Thanks to our ut.k'oun Hi.;.';tH'tur. bj.Oj' 3 Comlcrt both to o.\t Eaviu> and I: v.-,i e:j--^'S divided by o.ir Steu^rJ, to the Krl ef a yreat .\>irTit ,t P'-Or Litiiena comui d tor Deb: on :hc Lonimoa >iJc On Sunday next :v. o C-au) fn-i-.tio'ii \l 1.1 be ;>.'(_<.:. ^ 1.1 the I'anili V. iu'Pt h "1 St Uotnl^h \k t�.ojt ".Mv.; U\t the Ueiielit 01 ilu' 1^ . itiy CInlofLii bti.ji.j^in_|5 : j ':.c ' . _i I.- M );f,iri-, H, IJ..- Kcv i �; !�!_!: i c\\:i I . ^ .ic.v, inJ Fc.! T I .ir,.' ;ii .-^I.!.-uo J.l b, ::. . Mr. Miles : Peace, Mrs. Dclaviticr i Vic'loi y, Mr. Dclavilter; Fame, Mr. Beauvio; Time, Mr Jonei j Prudentr. Mad. Tartfey 5 Plenty, Mts. King j Jallicr^ Mrs Phillips; Trade, A4r. Hcndrick. At Sadler's Wells, Adjoining to the New River Head, lilington. this Evening will be the ufual Divcrlions. To which will be added a new Allegorical M&fquc on the Return of Peaces with a grand ProceOion ol the nro. claiming of Peac� t intetfperfeil with � Pietc in grotclqufi CharaacT*. calld The Rival Highhhdert, To b�^in at Five o'clock. Each Pcrfon to be |d(nitt;ed fax a Ptnt of Wini or Punch. The Widow Hughes, from TunbHiJge-WclU. who ha� ali^'ays had the Hoiiour of ferviit^ the hrll Qaality, hat a hew CollcAion of Rqbc end Venetian Dt>mino� �ftd Malks, a: her Houfc in, Charles-Street, Covent-Gardcn : And for the better Conrcfiichcc of a large cHinmodtoui Room, fhe will attend at tht: Golden Anchor,"ifear the Opcra-Houfc in the Hay-Markw. this Morning at Ten o'clock. Mrs. Ddbois be^ Leave to acquaint the Publick, that at the intended Fireworks (lie hunibly opprcbends her portable Soap or folid Broths raay|be very convenient, which m�y be had at M.r. Bro'ki'li in Downing-Street, Wcftminllcr j Mr. Lancaller's. at the Queen's Head, llil-lirgfgate; and at Mrs. Dubois's, the GoldCn Head in Pi^can'i Coirt, Great Old Baily, Price 6d. each, or js. a Dozen in Tin Boxt'a. There arc four forts, viz. flrong Gravy Soup. Mutton Broth, Veal ai^d Fowls, and Cfiicken Bioih. They will difiolve in a Mi�oi� or two in boiling W.�ter, or will melt in the Mouth, and are agreeable to �h�� Palate. _' _ � A K R ij P r. Martha Lee. late of Ramfcy in fifl'cx. Widow, Dealer and Chapwoman. Whitehalli April ai, 1749. NOTICE is ikTilx gH-rti, tb.il tht Claihft of Ju(b Pafitii at lev. Tieittipr tbf G^lliiitt itt St. Jiimi't Ptsti, to pf tht Fimvcrli eu '1 hiirfJt^ the fjlh infiavt,
FLii.-.hifu-x ifiil ft pcrtr.itttd eithtr ta ijiaches or CJj.iiri, titl:r ri iitnjrf cr gcing. JlvDj^ri l.ading ta tht f-vtrcJ Q .uleriii \xiU not ht optii d till �.'. i'rJl oCliitk. A'j Ptrfm lull l-t penult id to p^ft ibii/.'^b St- famo'i Pal^-it, er tbrcugb tbt '!rca/ui y Plactation-Onice, Whitehall, April 26, 1749. ' I HIS It /J gilt iVtf/ur ta nil fu- ��./ ht'i .".^/ofj*' AWy x*^^* AVr.-.v, thct f" Tht'd^ t.K-1 \ff it.xt ifi^th; At f*^ c'C^iHi t.t r'v /�>'.- '.'iir^. dt-t-^ii^ir^-r Hti^\$ 'trill ftepjjt to S.it- irf Hi Ofrr in htf itf.'y'tV Yti'dtit Fsnfftttithf Hiitt f hit fiirJ./S-l Sfrpf tbf Aitd-MT, ifsn-^/iW 9�4 fW. Af�i� ipi atd P.irtiiniart, eil Tirf^ 'i-.bo /xl/J .Httml ^ fid Self aft to tait S'itr',-f t'tre^Ff /^TwrW J^r that Jh^ti'ht paid fir ai*d ttUr*' ti^ity tit th Kfid tf ftrty tk.yi afltr tit Day �fSale, th^ lXptJitS>ftmjJhalihft>J'titi'A^i^i�m thtJPit^rtyjf tbt Cr�1vn. Ctmmttn jlr httin� tbtQtyLamdt in tht Jrttmitt .1 of th Chtmhttiaiit of thtCSptf U*^_gh?t^h^^ tint tbry mttttd. f�' Ult ou ^nU^itg Cttfa firfist^-tmVtartt tbt fclhiiing hft, l-ix. I. /i/tv� Mefii/fgii cr 7t�tmtrtt en tht St^ SiA tf the Old Bm/)', txt.nditt^Z^ t^oithirrtf fr&n tht Onttr Httft-tsixt' Lidgati-Hill (r.\iitijtvt pf tl* [lid Cetncr) tt fi^ GrmaJ latr/y gruntfxl to tbf Sttrgtctti C.ky.fany ; I'iiv tvhtrirf art tmffjp, tbt rtjl noil- a>Y rr /.tfc ntrt in Jt^'fralOicaa^iait tf Mm. Crutfon, Q.rr, S -u' cr# er Ittt ttvrv �'� the ftvtriJ 0 OfpfrsbW. Ce/i'nilttt fer l.'tting t'biB'�iy^t-lh!ipt l*i>ftb If X htrehf gvi't ti>.,t t'fy irtt^.J ta ItTt ty f*.urul Liifsfor fWinty-atrt Tiuri, thtfihivir^ l^tr, v/^ 1. A Mijf'u'.gt or Tfti.i.fnt i~jrd th dji!: hn i.i lYccd-StrttI, in tbt Ofiiiptiliim of Mr. 'fibs (Irtmlv^r, t. A Mefufryt cr 'Ittinritnt itiijjni^g ti tht ftdd /sff, wi //* Ottupatian of Mr. Glervtr, a Pfult'tr. 3. AMtfuagt cr Tit'Hi.-nt atf/:in!'!g tt tht fsidfum, hi ttt Oerupatiou of Mr. Styl 1, a If\ifi,i-n,U.-r trbitb fdd t/irtc S'iiid,ri u ill it L tt tt'ititr iv �vt Lot, cr fipurati ill tdrte, at tbt OftUn cf lit EidJtri. 4. A Mej/Uiigr or TtfifmrHt 1.1 \eu,gatt-Slrftt, � ttt \.Tth Stdi- tbtrtvf, in the Occup.itnn cfMr. iPtUL, a IVat.df/stiUr. 5. AM-'Ifuageor }(Hi m hi tit Ctt . / tilt.>JLr. 6. AMijuagt cr itntrtnt it Rt^d-Ltait, Lt tit Octuptjnn of Mr. ftii.iri OtJ.'t, 'Jo.ttr. 7. A Mtfu.ige ir T^K.-fii'it 19 RiJ l.a:(. in tit OuiftaiM of Mr. Kikmm, Siui^.r. H. d Mfuiigt ,r if�:-t.--t It Rrcd-Ltt^t, intlw Otnftaijn of i1 //. Cjimb, r, Pifli ,, -y. A.'. t; A Mij/iiiif^r lit 'lri!,nt n: 'i Cirirrr tf lbu.n,i '^trttt, .'m Fiji Sirtlll.'i, io iLtiiii. ( :t. - Mr. BtddL, ^tcluatr. 10. .i slid, or / igBuilMitj^. L.mbx-Bnd^f-tJ^i, ta ti, Ot-ii/iJii/n ef Mr^ Cif:"t, Pt'i^t.J.rt .�Ind tbf jutd Comtrattet t^iil fli m tit CttrAl C'ianltr ^ (]ui!'ILall, Londjn, 1,11 IFtthitjdoy t-r/. the \d tj Mny, KlFi.tr o'(i'ii t'l tbt Ajhino^^, ti) rn.iKti Pfiftldi fsr ihifartt, cf .bicbfurtb.t hjottnijM.n rndt.irttJt'iuiiiljji r^,j L the Compli .Ihi'i Of :t in t.(: Pnjgi-^\:rd, ^Sijh^iu-ri i cm 11 inch find pi tmttd i'ai ti.ult�i tlif Ptrftm itddtt-'^ ftr tin ahtttt Lull an tx j.ritt tf'iti I'rfp-fl] ]^)^ I'iClLLRlKr,, Cw.ftrJJfr N-fe, At iJ.u'j Ii'.V tl^ Cxi-ri-'ftt -itidl rttii^t PtepfJl far tit nn^ ll.ufi ur.ltt vpi� ttkdaK-B^U^ 1'ilL Ar'iiwfl-My .>ic (h.^ u' t.ic 1 liiluicii tl - r.^.t. Cm t>-I'.'.w.:! -^fM> tii? C-!in cf X.j-^.iM>vJi Wertnjiii'�i.-i, aij j ii<�, iitj�< j|y.,r.C';4 t, \< .1, \V,j ,i)i!�jr \\\'. J4 I- \.x. jl.C. 11 k i /' C..'K!.. it Vi-(4.. MtiCf. �l. It tn-i jftcn��iJi iJi- iiult, 1 jr^i i.'. , -i, b<,! ;<,� / j �1 Ell' *n(i-, u! Thin o'Ci<. ii A , ',,^;f.i.i. ' - uj^.n L. :, ... inii oil Imu, <-il''i ,ii ! ...... ^:�\..lM, -i /r .. , . n-.^! �-~ � !! Jif.'nj (.�i-rjj 8.4tt �i ^. . . � .. J
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