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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 27, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Oalty Advcffi^ T H U R S D A Y,  Apr it; 47;   �y49' I AM E.down, t&e Baltiinore. Chew, for Maryfatna. the Seville FtigMt, mi the Neptunt. Coilca. for P\j-moath. -Put back, the riince Prc> derick, --. for Maryland, the Rebecca and fliz. Dean-for Dublin. ihc Three Friend*. Hooper, for Mahon, the John and Williani, Rumgey, Tor Madeira. the6rcretoii, MoSowi. tor Uublio, and remain, �ith the Dutch Ship. Arrived the Terrible. Burk. from Jamaica.   Wind S. E. jb Extras ^d iMir frm an mthtmick Pit/tn at AmAcrdam, tlaitJ April ^6. � Thofe who were of Opinion that the Storm *ith which * lite Utrtb it threatened wai blown over, fecm to be much * iiiciigtheaed therein. TbeambitiousPerfons who willingly * execute the Syftem of re-eilablilhing a defpotick Power itt * ZvxJkitt begin to perceive that they have reckon^ � withont thar Hod, having been now made fcnfible, nOt-< withilanitag *U their I^olicy, and the Meafores which * Uin^ have taken, that tbty un no Way avoid kindling ' a War within as well at without the kingdom, as fooa * asthofewho are iotereAcdiaoppufingtheRc-efUblilbmeht * of the Sovrrdgnty ffis'! tave intimated to the People ^ * Dcfign of fuch as are at the H aor  of the Enterpri�e and Head of tb^ Fa6^ioJ> <'*rc fnx ir�ft  his Scctt W!ii. any cihcr of tlse SMtaoi ,  u>g, ricwta,  Lmdea and CefenbageH.   This firft ?od bll have a p-tl;'abJe  Inureft In oppofing the Re-eftabliJhment of *l�io!ute  Power-in S^-tdai, which would very hkdy coft them �hc  fine t'rovinces which they have uniied to their reipeaire  Crowns fincibthe-ficgjioning of this Century. The iecood, � together wit^ tl^e whole Empire, vrould hive Heafon to ' be apjptchailive of the powerful SucjS^vn whictt their  moft dai^cnHuNdglibour mfghf draw from S'if.akm under  SA abTolote Monarch j and in Ihort. the Engliih are  particularly interc&cd to have Things remain in the fame  Situation they.ire at prcfcnt in the BuUick, by rcalpn of  die Trade thef carry on with R^Jpa, and by that Cana: Ydlerday arrived  Mafl Irom Fa * k c e farb J-la-Muan, Mmjt, We are afltu'd that a Courier has been difpatchcd to the Bifliop of Rcimcs, who is coming from his EmbafTy at the Court of Spain, who has carried kim Orders �rom C��ft to itnaia �t lua- BUboprick of Jlcanes. The AAions fiJIon the sotb to 1605 l,ivm, the Tickets of the firft Lottery to $73, and thole of the fecond to 548. They write frrim Toulon, that five Men of War of eighty Guns each, have been bunched there within fcortnight, and that there is the like Number on the Stocks. LONDON YeAerday his Majefty and a great Number of the Quality were at (he Jobilec Ball at Ranclagh Gardens. The Blue, White, and Orange Regiments of the City Militia, with t�'o Companies of the Yellow, are order'd (o patrole the City from Five this Afternoon till the fame Hour Toinorrow Morning, 10 prevent Dillurbauccs, on Account of the l-'ireworkt. It were to be wifh'd that Perfons who intend to go to fee the Fiaeworks would provide thcmfcl vcs with as much Silver as they th'jtk will aniwcr their Expcncrs. bccaufe Othcrwiftf it will be very diii.calt to furniih Change for fo many as may want it during the Hurry. And as the faid *^l'"�reworks ciay be fccn from the Tops of great Numbers of Houfcs within the Bills of Mortality, the fcvcral Inhabitants thrreof arediTir'd, for their mutual .Advantage, to kcepasfctv fires burning after Seven o'clock in the Evening as poffiblc, to prcvcat their Sight itom being obRrofled by U>c Smoke. The Printer of the Dcfcription of the Fireworks having infened his own Tranflition of the Infcripiion;, inHcad of that which he was orJer'J to print, it is thought proper to give them to the Publick as they were mtcuded. viz. RedtntcgniU Euro}* I'iCf, Securitate Itederum Stabi-Itta, Coramcrrio Felici cr Rcllitu:o, Sub .'\ulpicus Opt Pimcipis. LxiaiUT S. P. Ci_ B. 'To gl'-ilt Pt�ii  to E^rcfe, 7a /iiure tc< Fiiiih cf Ireati.i, I0 rtjiorf crJ iKi'ar^.  Cjmfrui( > Felt. Hil ettiUftlarr Tcndemert tad HutnanltF-endeir'd^ him to all who^Mul fctv'd aoder hit Comatand*. end hi| Country has loft ifi him A brave, a diligtnt^ anil expirienced Officer. On Monday MOnvinJ. il>outTen o^QQcTt. iheReiftalW , of Jacob Salvadore* Eft]^ was convey'4 >9 a Hearfe from his floufe in Devonlhire-Square, wlthoitt BiAiopfgate, ta the Buriai-Ground at Mile-find, altcnde^, b^^  f Coacha, and'anuaierbasConcourfeof diftoiUbtate P^iendsii and other Perfons on Foot. Th�>Monmittgonthi< itielan' choly Occafion perfcOly refemblfd thAt of the Patiiarch Jacob, at the Threlhlng-Floor of And beyond Jot dan, of which w� have an Account in Hoi/ Wliti ^ib/M was his, fo was this, fgrievou* Mourning; and*, indeed, his t^H-fpent Life had procured him iftte L^t( ��d Bftttm of all thofe who had the fleptinefi of pttfoAal Acq,ua1itiUnce with, or even the Knowlcdgi^ Mm. Iti tHeX'efweit^ of � Mcrehattt, few aitderAM |�fia�^.(o �#li, note belter} hb Reputatioa ��A the R  6fthe�r{t Rank. His Temper Was cafjr an^ ei^blet bis naiutal Inclination to^Charliy prompted hihi to ^iyy, but *-\ the .,_^.'i.r ef       labtrty, *Itt �jijJJt,iir 0/ ijfcf frjifjmJ.ty, Tht mt'd graft*� dirge tlfc St ecu J. Captain-Luutcnaat Francii Burton is promoted to be a Captain of a Troop m Bligtv'i R�giiucrkt of liuilc, to ttc tocm of Capt Titymis Bur.on, prelcir \1. Major Cn/iftopbcr Lla-gc, of St tlcor^t"* Drjgooni, is promoted to be Litj^cn..: Cfi.'o.'.c! vf tUt Rr^ijictt, ia ihe room of Mr. Araiim. rijvd to .'i.i^^i o Oo Wcdncfday the ig-h nirtiir.t  d Itindt al a rath'r, themofl tender, and indulgent 1 at A friend, the moiV finceret and the beft of Mailer*. His Hdrpltalitf was ij-f rifing; and his known Modeft/ au y put* ting in Praaice that ChriAian Precept, of not letting the IcfrHand know what the rffihi Hand doeth. Neither was this his Charily of  referv'd Natnrei but eytenfiv^ univtrfal. and diffused, not confined to thofc-of 4iis .own Pro-fcffioii, but the diftrcfs'd ChriiUan alfo was ah Objefl of his Compaffion. To be brie^ bis JHliinanity and Pity, his Muniitcence and timely AinlkttC lers were drefs'd in white, one of them went in a Coach; the Bodies of tlie other two were carried for Kent, to be hung in Chains there. We hear from Berlin, that Mr. Code, an eminent Sur-geon\,of Oxendon-Strcct, who iveni thither about Faniily ASair^'hat been appointed Surgeon in Oirdinary to iiis Majefty the King of Pruiiia, with a Salary of 2000 Rix-doliars per Annum. We hear that onTuefday, at Five o'Clock in the Morning, a Duel was to have been fought between two Gentlemen, for a fcurrilous Afoufe given to one of them lull Monday Morning in the M&ll in St. James'> Park without the leati Provocation, which would have been immeciiatcly refcnted, had it not been for the Interpoliilon of feverul Indies who were then in Company 1 but the Gentleman who gave the Affront was fo terribly frighten'd with the Apprchenfion of Death, that he liiJ notappjar fli the Place appointed, but iriftead thereof went into the Country very early that Morning. This Day, at Eleven, the Ma�ch at Back Sword between the Huffar and Mr. Siicrlock will be fought at Broughton's, for a conftdcrabic Sum of Money. N.'i i I'l the Panih Church of St I.ukc in ihcC' ji.) i/ ^'.lJJIll.x , ihit in the Moiiuug by the l i .:tliiic!J^ i'ji tJ.e Children belonging to that Parilh i that in t! r, Reaof of St. Mary AlJrrittary, �ad Archdeacon of B�!ford i and that in the ,.Utct�icu>fj' oy tha Re*. Mr. I .and, Vicar of Furnc�via~Pelhad� u� tiertlord-thi^e. and Lecturer of vSt. Antholln. At Marybon-Gardens, on Monday ntrt, the lii of May* (he Evening KaiciteiM^ients u^ill begin,' and conti&ac every Evening during.the Seatbn. Tothorrow Evening, exA^ly at half an Hour after Six, the two Knighti ireat their 1-Viendi At the Mew TheatK in i\M llay^MaHtcti �Atr xVhich the Auaionecr wfU difpofc of feme Origirfati; Mrtkulafly a Portrait of Hirry iho ^mugildt,' ashalpWdat hsTrbl. I'p which will be a^d, the iaft(? or PnnclK Tbreh Tlfcketi to be fold for to fed the Fittworfcli ia the molt jCbtnmotiioMs Plaeci being in the Ftoqt. finqaira nt the Bar of, Ytttmg-Slatfgluu^ Cuflie lluufc, St. Mat- ' litt's Lane. tlivh^^jjijit London-Bridge this May at 14 �ituui�a ei 0 in tlw Moi' , Hi   ,, _______ af�ei 6 %\\ titc f^oimln^, and 4s ajttk 6 ii^ tKe Afternoon. Ytfte^ay'^Biini Stock was i�9 3 Sthtn 1 half, tna-a Stock, no Price. South-Sra Stock, no Price. Dii,te 0*d Aanuiiiei io) } ^ths as 8tht a 1 half. Ditto New. 104 I 4th.a s 8thi. Bank Annuities i'a6, loa $ Sths a % 4tht. Diltd. I749i tot I 4tb B>hs. Ditto l.otrery 1747, nt� F'rice;. Bauk Annuities i7ti�, jp} 3 8tha a tkalfi Three per Cent. Annuiiie.*, 9; 1 Silt a 9$. Md-lien Bank, no Price. &qulvalenv no ^'rice. Royal' .Ailit* ranee, 70 1 4th. Lond6i| AAU anre. no Prjee. fingiiih Coppet,^ $1." Seven per Cent. Emperor'* Loan. ^%Oi. F>�e per Centi, ditto; 74 3 4(h). Back Circulaaon, 4I. Piretn. .       Htfads, 49�� a ps. Ffcm. t HOM AS HIBJll0H T. Hfjht Po:tltry, 6ftmM    hit Rtjal Ui^bUfi P>tkU GEORCB, S[f�t   fi#��y - /�   ecqaalHt   th$   CitrititSt THAT his Majefty. by bis Royal Letters l>attiti,'h�s licth grScjoufly liUafrJ to (ttwit to bim, lut�xtc�t^, AdmlnJftrsion iUidl Adigio, the nilll'MWct, fulo Privilf^i: ami Authotitj, by hiinftilf�ai tliemfclvM, UefuriM, Scrv.mti, or Ajtrnts, or fuch when at h� or tlwy Jh�lJ (ijrec witli, ANll NO OrHERS, P.r ttt %xixta of f��rt�n rears, to make, ufc, cucic.iV, ami wivS hn ww imrenttoa of. mak\n% fmt>t/ " ' by hiinfslf �ai tliemrtlvM, Uenuri^, Scrv.inti, or Ajtriitt, or fuch Whert �        �     ' '(igrec with, AMI NO O"^    ' tt� tnak�, ufc, ��>;n:'.U, ami _ ......_ _ at, inaiiui( jmuii PtrJfiHiv* Oit ftriiily conimandlint! al) aoA t��iy Pnijn mi \fnhix%, IluUies I'uluic anJ Ct>i||.iiji�, �nU 411 uthnt hta Ma^dly* �a by rrat'an n? liring (ina farloiii. tiuoies I'ulmc aiu t'l'tujuii. . , SubjCilU, of wli�t ElUic, Qiulity, Uojict, Natr* or Cmviitioo M�tt, th.it nijiihrr they noc any of' ilitni, dinmgthe faiJ fourtern V�an, rth r diiritly Or indirrilly, (lo rriukc, a\t, or (lut in Piaftice the Tjid liivtft-tt"ii, or .vny part of the f..>iCwlioil) may bf lu(>|.lyeJ �ith fiJ liiviiit.ifj, 4fia w.'lh �l\ other 0(>tic.>l Inllrutiieiiti, naUc al'ct ibe iKiiCctl an.) molt unu.TfnriJ Mjiincr, �t ical'tnlble I'licffi. Tl>J7~bay is pubHlb\U   (Price bd.) By Authorily of liii MAJ feS 1 Y'j Bom J v/ Onk.ifte, ADcfcriptioH of the M/VC111 N I*', lor the HHF.WOR.KS. with nil ,ti Or.ismcnn, Miinnci in uhuli tliry arc lu be irilnb^icd in Sr. Jat /Vpiil n, 1749, on mvoimi ui' ihi- Oi:iit:i.il K-i Ch^ip-llr, Oa,.bcr 7, 17^8, i'liMcd by W. Bow.pr in Wbite-rrysii anil f.ilj by R, DoJffey at'I'ull)! Ilcul in l'4ti-M4ll| at c.ihor ftl whiili HliA;* alt VciCm* tiuy be fupjillol uiih ibrni reaily lew'ii up, in (lun-linli, fiUwi, �n4 'J'wcnl^-fivM,  with AM'wunco. Noir, '1 hjj I'uiiiphlel "ill he entrr'il .iT St.iti.in�r�H4lI, jfij Mhocnr [lirjrci ii, Of \/itnit .iny l'�rt of it, i,vill be ptofti.ulfrl. a LVtjil of the Utk, I huillt^t, inrtl 11 Ail I* N Whltciull. April ti, 1749. OTICE ii hircly giwn, (I'al lL  lh( CtlLtitt III St. Jumtt i Park, tt f,i ll'f Fiii-^\,orh oil 1 ).! i.Liy injhm, ,/.� /j cstiK intt //�<� P^irk thinHgh ihi Uj'I kl �'* o:  i.p t,',ir I'.iiitii, muiihe I'.u/iifttny biLigin,; tv tiuh Ca,:ib li ,L,i'd r c tiiLiJ, M th.ir Ci''(b (uii.ii up, ibul ihi't mi.) Lc III urin p itnJ Canjuft^n at p.JMr. �V'. Cv.uh I'ill I;       .\t (.'{'.Ink I'l tb, F.li'.in,  t..l 1' N ICinCE 1:1 f lo I{ i I   I t:i- l>; : t   I.     . /    /   /. '. / )  //. ( ^.1.1,.'-^ ,-.    .,       �> > i P. rci..ili, A;,,u  I. �t: .1 �. 1, 1.1. D.    t. (  '.'iilf I /', J � .1 I cr l:.^-   

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