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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 2, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Daily ^ Ad^ftifeft T U E S n A Y.  MaV ', -     ^ Ann'*crf�ry  Mc r, bcirg Appointed 1(0 be i.c-d x-'-Wj^iill T'  Sermon J^5'^$,'�A^r#       ^- r''*�t^'d "^n that Otxsiion i't^jlli^l; at Cb'ii) Church in Nv wgitr-Strcct. "  - J^^:i3f bjlhe Rev. Mr. r>quire. Archdeacon h( P t;ii n which th*'"Children of the rvrtsl Schooh �\vil! attend. Tht "1 raftCP* hire,, for the better conJurting the fiid Ci-nrlly, pul>l (h'd .the fj>l!a*�ng ftttlej and'Ofdert, rts'the f.inc Were ncPirmcndcd and iign'd by the LtiJs the-O-fhrps. F rrt, Tiiat the /.'ircft on�, given by the prtfent L^rd Bihop of Lon<.  fcnt to, the fcveral Chitity Sctoo)"-)' bcdu!/ obf*Tlr*il'J p.'�rtiCul*riy, The CautiotiJ t'nfcts^g'vifn �gainft tSnehing the ChiUrm any thing thpttnny (ct them �b >v�i tht Condition of Siiv^ots, or the n> 're hhbritjbl Rrttp!oyinent�.   ' I�efn, The Mcth-d there jprefcrib'd to the Mailers �nd KJillrTlK* in fsvcral RufUi,, tot pnflilCng the Mini* of the Chitdren with ft JutlrSenfe of the DutyandAffc^iOn tney o^fHo the pkcrcntGoveraiBenl. and thfe^ccrifion in the Pjrotclbnt^iae, and with a ji^tft Dread Of the Pctfectitioht BVid Craehiei to tie expelled from a Poplfii Governmcrit. - Jtctn.'.Th'at thfy b Uj(i '*^""* P>�' ^"Ree?*'he kad to rtte Btfinefi tti�y �^ molt liku tn ba employ*J in. either fiiScivaVii*, or in Huftandrf,, pt''tKs irt the Wotllen. Iron^ or fuch other Manafadiirci a* are moil ufcd In thrfe PUccB where Gtiarity Schosls are maintain'd: And in order thereto, that the Children/whiMl at School, be (fo far as HCohfiftent with tl>cic...aect (Ttry Learning,'and ihcdffereni Circumflances of parti^ttLir I'iac(�) inur'4 to Cpmt ^ind of Work or Labour, and in fomc Meafare daily employ'd in it. To tlUlthey in�y he^reoilcir'dmoft�fcj(ul tp;tltePublick ; and fur thif End it niiiy be .proper, that their ^arnJrgsK' applied tow?rd&fifldirig thcin in Diet, L�dgir�)i, andoiht' jic�.'(raritS. . . ' ^ , ; . RULES frof^r 10 h tf^rv'd ly fht Mmfi*h and Wfirtjfu.  ft, That tne Makers and M'iftrtfles do tberafclvet atcutd tVe School at the Timet appointed by tTie Founders tind TTuAees; and keep iheClfi)iii^di%entl>'.to their Baflnefs during the'Hourt of Sch-'Ming, (bffcrmg none to be abfent >il^ an^ time, bat npoii arconnt of Sicknefj, or fome fuch teafonable Excufi^ unkls incheTi.-ne of llarvcll; fnd wiirn 4(ie '^ruftcet:  .iuiF''.duri;s; butriifjChildrcn iirckrpt riway; tic Cruftecs to be . cauaioie-J with 'ir, that othcil mOYi' cOiitorinable m^iy be tak�n into their Piacrs. zdly,' That thry teach the OTi'ldr< n th'fc Doflrines and Principles of R uil ot^fnl m tboCourfe of Aurivate Life, and efpccial!/ fuch as c-joccfn Faith aad tiood Manti^-rs. |4ly. -That lacy bring the Child en to Church fo rftm a CRvin* Service is there penonu'd, before ti bfgms, and inftruA tham to belt.ve iiinnf Ive* orderly, kn^cimg or flandtng, as the Rubnck dirt:A%, and to join in the Pub'ick Service with, and reeuUity (0 repeat after tbc Minillcr. with ui humble low Voice, and in ttte moft ddvut Mzuik r, in all Places where the People t-re fo d-r-fl d, in (uc.-. Manner as not to difturb (he acft 6? the Congr gat o-i, and particularly in fin^juig of Pfilnis : And that tUry lilc'-wir.-takeC^iC that the Children br'ng their Oiblcs .md Cncutkon Prayers alwiy* to Church And in order ti pr�vcnt t >cir fpcndingthe Lord's D-y idly or profanely, it will hepirp r that every Mailer and iviiiirefa give each CiuU fuoic T./k out o d by aii piopci �Vit :iiod� difcoura"e Icl ncf>, uud fu'^pref, il.e nj^i of \ t fjch at Lying. Cmf:rg. Iwciriug, pio'.tn ni; the Lod's Day, obfcrne L) fcourl , i1ce.1l ng, }<.<: pthrm of mi in Mind, and obliging t. fn o j;rt by Heart fj, h I'^rti ci ii e Holy Scriptutei vvlioie thole r'fiingi ai  f);'.ii , .  . Gaily, lor C)p(i'io ; ti.c .Mi.-^iU .^r-lit-- Siller., Oliver, (of 1. .1   Y'cfltri!:iv  arnv'd u f.'^ii   II jl...�..>,       !  t : c  ' fri. in I (� \ n , � i anda gt�atKainherorWetkm�n atf to bcliiptoircd In c collecting in Poinetaniai to fupply th^ M*g.�incs widcb are forming there by the Kin^ of Pru^a and S*vcdcii. The intended Camps near IMagdcbourg and . ktMii^^iWrg are mark'd' out. btit the Pro6tIn Trowps h^ve 0"? "V'-h received Orders to formthcoi.   AH ibr Letters from Cour-laed affore, that the States �^il! ftkrn proceed to the Elec-tion of a qcw Duke; and that in all ProbibtUtv it wiil be carried in Favour of Priace LeM'ii c*f llrunlWick-Wolffea-bottcl, K^'ft, A^rit 15. The King finding that the Court of Rome has not yet ddivet'd u]> thi; thirty-fix Ddertcrs that took Refuge at Bcnevefir, has jMder'd a Captain of the Guards to go wi h ^jkj Men, jlEJ bfcck up thc'l''owu till proper Satis�aa>ua (h%ll Ik Obtaiii*d. l^^iyjTH, Ajiril �g. By a Gondola from Capniia, which arrived in jwo Days from BaAia, we hrarte, that the AtTairs of Cortica are very ftp from bc^ng acco�inioiatal|H)e Malccontenta pciiiliipg ia cot hearing any Thing of the Rcpublirk of Gcnoj. and priRcfiing. uut if they  b!lbop Of ^Bourge�� and ail the Aparnnents of the fbrr.t�r werit feaied np, immediately after he teceiv'd. the King's lu-. ibc Umicd I'ruviijcrt and  jw JJ.--|H:ndaiicu:s-    l ue F.rcworks arc to be p!a|( d ti'lj" m tf t.vcoing: and u;i the \i.M a ColS^-tioa wtlil be ii>.^c lur ibe p or fiitabitjr.is ot tiuigeu- p Zuom. L      O      ML)      O      N 'f'hc EiT-jt. Cip:. jjtk.on. fum Moclta. i> (..tV an v'J at ;*.'y(oo.stii : in: icit UUoa tl\c i;>ih Oi i�,l)uaiy, uvft the b- j^";.!n. t..p!. M.^rJ, lioinrw ii J boi.nd frwMk', Hcg^l. ato (jil ab at fit Dtji ai.Lr tor Lr.;Lr.J. Vctlcrday came on at Djfh.im. the E!. ioii of a Kni^jit of tbc Shire iff t;at to^fHy. wvhjM Hi- Hon Hcp. y V ;inc, vi.a> iJc:UJ.  iJi-rv.- i-nng 10 f)j-jv)it!ion. NIf Mittu;, NorOiJn \\ iipfViiii'rd Ca,:ti!>i i�f 4 Tr.) p in I.teut3n3nv^'^ac-<. !'. Of. |:l_L-v. of /lybrlvl-c in KiJrx. wa� luiriicd i.> .^.'iiij     .;r.c <. . �J be far jj-ra; S ia t;.;* t'a,-�f ot' '> c-t erd y, 01 crnitnj the I ri-.vo-k> iii ; z  1 cr.'ci li.u-ii u lii t.ii.t>d.i..ni � i , wi. vvtilimit rl.c f. r�'>..icfi �.). or Coaliiu tsJ Mr H .i/rjt. or  ar y   o:   i:ic 'r.niH-; for   it   .� �ei y      11 l:i.i^�vii tiut i-. v. Ill-c"�. >t       Iloufe Itri^, AMil itj. Laft Ihuifday, abottt Thrtec^(Jtoci? Itt the Afteriioou, ther* fell the greatcJl Siicwtr of Ilaii �t DowR'f^nd and o�her Places near (trittoL that hM blTcH known in ihofc Parts for many Vears, the llail being ml ai laigt as HaalcNutr.   ,   .   , Lvii^^r, il/.jjr t. t^Te the poor riifchft*' ronftn'd fot Deb* on theCoiflmon Side, return our flnccrc .-i'lid h**t^r Thanks fur a Gainea put .ivUo our Ucf,gK*S*Bo-'^ ihiii whith wu equi^lly divided by our ^t var^l, toa ari^i Number of pooir ciiixcnt^ to the (teat Cvmfort and Ketttf of themfelves and Familira, who are in grdt DiRriifs br being hinde ed from working fo^l)ii(ir Support, and turhcui Number greatly increafet. ^ This Dav will l>� |$ub1ickB^kfafl!hg at MarybbB| Ga^dcn^  The Entertaintticn^a will cbntinOit this ahd every Evening dariiig the $*iqirQti.  Siibrciripnbfta are tilccii i>, and Ticket* diUvcirtn|, it Mr. MdnkgoAeryV        ' fmith, in Caiiibrldg�-Str�tL Ooldcn>Sttuar^      . i J   . ' On  Saturday i\ext. txattly  at Twelve; #P��ro Knights treat fheir Fiiendi at the NeW^ "i'haW i� th� ILt)Market; aliCr wMcK'the AnAiOiiMir will dU|Mr�er'^ fomc OrijviwK, p�t$i^tklatly a Portrait of flany thi* Smuggler, ash^ looWaVhli Trial. To Whfcwlll added, thii,laft finu�ai�)�(iit diU'd iWAi�ai#.fl^od>nt elude with  new Cdurtti-y Daf^<-^.  1!J|� ;^  by MowL Tartfey IVtiiin'^l Venice. To which w^li-be added, fcycral Scenes tta Groi; tcruue CharaAcrs, nev�r pcrfgrrm^l biifore^, calPd WhUfaii > Holidays: or. Harlrquin at Gr��^wich. 1'he whole i^f , condiide the Triunipht of Peace. Uriunitia, Mrs. Miles s Marr. Mr. Mites t PcRte. Mrs. DelavilierViifiory^ Mr. UelavillirI l^anke, Mr. B�auvitf.ii 'litnci Mr. loi^el j Prudence, Mad. Tartfey J Plet)tv. Win, Kingi Jttrticei Mrs. PhtUlpM T.r�d?.'Mr. Hchdrick. At Satilei's Wclhi, Xflincfcn, this EvcHtng. Mr |)oini� niquci Air. Williatns, and Mr. Pedro, will pet form'fevct*! new 'Incks i�> T.umbH g. Variety e�f'DBiiitipg'by M'^ Harvey. Mr Vandcrfluife, Mr�. H��ugb, -md �A�hrr�. Th* wliolc to conclude with a no^V allegoric:)! I^aflt oh thtf Return of Tciicc Each PerC^n to be 8dhH*>cd for h Piri^ of Wine or Piinch. Every Evcuihg ihtrift will bc UUlvrcniE Songs nnd Dances. '   >   , ......>.<.��    ......I,        1.1.   IIP..........� II .,.,1 M Villi   'lli.lli   .I,,!   Mill Vi'ftcrday B.;nk Stock \\m 120. indi.i Stqck 177 1 tialA Soufh-Sca Stock 107 3 i�ths DlUo �Old'^Annuille* 'tQ| 7 8ths. Ditto JNcW ir4" } .{ths Batik, j\pn�H(l!!� 1746, 103 I 8ih. Ditto 1747,0*01 7 8th�. i.'itta Lot efy',1747, no Price. Bunk AnnoiiJes 174*, ,ioi j S\h5 a 7 lth*t''a t 4rhs. Three per Ctnt." Annuities 9 j 1 4th, iV^ilttqri Bank, �o Price- Equivaleat, no I'r c4. Rovul ;A|Eutl�,ttv�j, 70. London Alluronce, m 3 8:hr.  Engttlh   k.-�.�] ..1 . ' :! 1 ).^' li.-  '- .  !-Ji.i':        -C 1 :.i.jt l \ I ' ii : .-l-.il ..1  � .        ' . ,   ^   !. 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