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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 3, 1749, London, Middlesex                                fit""" '.' �''�i^ The W F D N E S D A Y,   MaV       17 49 VertcrJay Mir. Fnine, an rmincnt Attorney of Ncw-Itin. RRIVED, the WmcKcilcr. Ugrois. ! w iht tidtii! iUu^rroV^^ roMi Marjl.rvJ.   C*.r.c d �n ard ;      A'd.r.nAnbury. cnc of Idc Ducilorj �! the boath b.:. faJI'd,  tic  Icrrci S oop of Wtr. to tl)  WcIlvvarJ, liic ; t. joiVph. SJcvcii^, ior C'a (*'  Ixjvc; n-'tl Count t, iu-ferfaiM bavi^.g left x)\\s Cuy, contrary to t;.r (' id Or.ur^. ivas iiiiujcdi.vvlv rccdlcil, and on the ^th in ihj L>;ning arrellcd, and kiic Prifoner to the CaiUc. M.ytra/i of a frii;afr I^itir frein Si. ^.'U,-/i- hi thf F';.:\''' Cemtt, tLlc.i .f/'ril 2'. � There is one Ambrofc Jaum, �Native of tl^isPJ^co. * who, on the i6th of February lalt, c^tcrd into the * hundredth and tenth Vcar of his Ago, a; appears fnnj * the AvJthcnrJck Re^irttrs of the Pardh. Hi-great A^o � hks W.lde him the Objei'l of Vrncr.atioii,   as \>cM * Adjiiitation, not barely of this NcighboarhooJ, but of * Strangers alfo, and aniungll thctn even of fotne Pcrions ^ of Ddtinrtion, who have taken the Trouble to co.iie ' frdni Places at a confidcrabtc Dirtaiicc, on piirpofc to ' vifit him; what may be poffibly thought more for-^ ptiiiflg is, that   he has arriv'd at tbis  ^rt-a- A.;i: imiN. �      *J .'__� _-------^----- -'-O'Jt cVct talhtig any bt-tter Fo6d than uid.;iv;n Barley * Dread, baked in the Athos, Roots. Radnlus. a d ' Cabbage; yet he is not ody alive and wc!!, b^i fi.r.u _ _ pcelaclc^, or o� .iiiy other Prefer�'aMves whatever. His Stature is about Imir Feet and a half; his Hair is very thick, and of different Shades of tJrcy; iis Ccard i^ of a nio.lcratc >>z^. White; but tiot at all ihm or loU ; he has lor iwi Vc;.rs pill walked ivitli a Stick, rather out of Foim than for Ufe. He goes on Sundays, and other fclUval:', ro the Pariih Church, where he bthuvrs widi ui\art'cilcd Piciy iind Modcfty, and has done fo all liis Life loii^. though it is a full League from hrnc-. Jii a Word, th-^ugh a wry v\il. he cannot he tailed a dctrc-pid Mans for ttio' he is uot lo llioiig as ill his Vouih, yet fc (rt!� noic the Infirmit ts ot Aj^c, �nd h-.\ no ot' r Notion', ot Skkhcl* or i'am, thin iviiat lic dl^ve^ tiom Rela-lioiis uf ot!ur�. He is ol a very mild aii.1 vii-.'al I'rnijx-'", no grc.it  I'alkcr,   b.n (lioarlul  radicr tn^n  rcicrved, * wiiliiij^; to aiifwcr a�iy Q^nflious that are put ta h.:!! * With cqcal I. le.irritfi atiJ Modilty. He li is li.cJ aUejyv ' ill tht faniC A:r, al^cr the i.\.\'.<. Manner, a:id iii the fair..: * ConJitiv'ri, or, ^- i.iniitli cqnlU-s it, iic haS crj')ycd a ' long I.ilc m IKaUiv auJ C oociie." ILguj, My I. ihe Dcw Lottery for ci^jiit Millior.? nils vcfy Ilo.vly. L N D 0      N. Uh NJajvily has been flealld to ni-ike the /oliowing Wi itary J'ruillotioll^ : Ak-taixicr Dury, Ekj; Firll M. jSr of the Fit'^ Ficjijiuu-rt u! i^oot-Guards coiniiiaiidtd by his licjal I ii^^hi-.ris ;lic Dj-^". fo bi; Licuteiiant-Colonc! of the bid Rij^tmcui, ui iht rociu bf fdcatcnaiU-Genvral 1 oUiott, Jectaftd.- Sain.Uunilcy, 1 Iq; to t)c 1 irll M.jor "f thef^id Rrj^iinent. tdw. Carr, hfoj; lo be Second M.jor to tl c ar.ic l  ,.iiiu i; n i-i^r.le. 1 uj; Next Saturd.iy hii Majelly ^f.. troiii bt. J.ni.i.:'i lo KeiifingtonPaljce. f'^r the S^:iu!ki S.af.>ii We near that I'rin.e Ch.;r>i o( l.oraiit v"..ll f>.f.ie at Sotnerfct-Houfe d ring hii otay m l.i j^hiid Oi� Monday Nr^K* t!ierc a ganJ 5i.ljtVrip;io(i hJjf qucfede at the 's 1 neaire in ii;c HayMarket, �.>;,tic hi� irjttjcrty lupp'd Tn Publuk with the Qjalu) � Oo Tucfdtty Mottling d�:d, auvantcd ir> Year*, ' ir Edward tawrente, of bi. lvc'�, tn tUc Coji^ty of II m-fingdon, Bart, dtfccnded from a vciy a&t.cnt ar.d w.-.^'.hy Family J a very accompli'.h d Cicntlcnim, a tealous Hdanr, iiidcfaii^^able in the Service of ins f-mj;. hic ca.-.-fry, dud his Priendi, blkli v. i I. th^t Skvectntfs ot ;'rjT^,rr. a. lobe always more rcidy o l.jiu^ve Li,;itJ :han Lufcr Mi .ds cojld be to ofrVr tticui He is luccecdcJ ia i.ii Title ar.d. hl\aie by hu .Ncpht^v lfj�c \\aolUllo:), K.iii Oa Friday lull a Dm), cccafjor.cd by a Difaeuce fthicb happcn'd the Week htfor� at a Favcrn, was loi.^r.t Acar HaoiPltcad. between ati 0:!Jcer in the .^nny and an liiDi Geniitflban of ons of the 1 ^ns of ^ourt. wherno lae ktier, who Areti hnl, wm ih�c tntough the boJy, of wh.ch ke died next J^ay. ThoHon. Henry I.egge. lifqj Treafurer of the Navv. ktedioren Membcf oi fur Oitord in batiulk, ttithoDt Oppoftiioo. Ydterday George Gibfon, Bf({i wu auisiai to Mii> Company. Yeilcrday were njatricd at Wpodford in tjic Co^�'^r� of lillrx. J hn Biakc. Eiiji of Crutchrd Fryar�', an imirttu ^^ar.^^^ .\'?-chant ot'this City, lo Mifs .Vrtjcr, ol a o� .' lord, ai; .jucahleyoung Lady, with aromfi trjb> l'".>r:>ii r i j�e i    ic� Francrs and Charlotte Kejmoyr. 1>mi ht.r� cf hu late Gr^.ce the Dnkc 01 Somcrdt. who ��v--c \\\ oculaicd tome Days ago at Brontptcn for the Small Fva, arc in a fair Way of Recovery. VeHerday Sir VVilIiam Smith, Knt Aldermin of Muj^atc \Vard, lay dangcroully ill at hi� tL?�fc nfaT*Ald^s e On tVtonda� a Boat on its Return wtt.i fevcr�I )'c'fik Our 1.11 . i.'v/ii Hcicfavtor? for the lame, and do slTure tiur-v, O'li l>nvtihoii of Gratitude was owing to ihc lud-fj-uli!; n ot our steward. Nett Friday will be publick Breakfi?ling at ?.'.-ir\hor Cirdcns.    Ihc Knteruinments will contm le  iln  .ttd every livening daring the Se.tfon.   Sa'.iic.:i;>ior>< a-f  ken in, and Tickets dclnrcrttr^ at Mr. Mo it;^-:aer�Goid-I'miih, in Cambridge Street, Go'drn-iiq arc. At S.^dUl'� Wcll5, liiiugtor, t;.is l'.vt;r:rig. ?.'r D.-mi-nique, Mr. Wtliiam^, and Mr. Pedro, v.ifl pci'ann !c'e..d new Trttks in Tunibit g. Varieiy of tj^r.ii liy Wx-. Harvey, Mr. VandcMluiic, Mr . I ;.e whole to conclude with a new iilt-j^oncl on the Return ot Pe.ice F.jch Perfon to '-c ad.m tt J f^r �\ lu.t of Wine or Punch, livery i'>vciung ihtro be d Ucf�i.; Song& unU Dances. At the New Wells in Goodman's,fi Lfj, ihi� F.V;ni'-p;, will be fcvcral new Pcrf�ri�ancciT�y Mo!>f T 'c- to coi'Clude with the Triumphs oJ Pcitc. r.wt.iv i�. Mis. Milrs; Mars. Mr. Miles ; Peace, Mri !UL�vil�,r; \ ^'tory, Mr. Oeiaviiier : Fame, Mr. iBeaavio j J k..c. M. j sncv Prudence. Mad. Tartfcy ; Plenty. Mu. Kog; juihce, Mrs. Pbtllipi J Trade, Mr. Herdxick.        ....     _   ,�,.5-j,^ --g-------- r ft Ihj.. u I- (\rce cf ()idij.tii.tVfav f. 1-4^, (K.u-'t  e/ III (.K.V,      dt -    a:.,;./ B.,rJ.'. }^l\h, "t:'-'\t. I .V..-.. t:v. W-K..' '. fi-. I. i-:!... ."/v---.-.' ))�..! I, tl-:J'.'    .' ; �'. . 3. JMj'':-}^ � ''/M hi, �f tkf w,/'      'A.si-.A.v/'.'An iivV.'/'e     4^�'i^^'^^ :H 9*^ Ltt, er 4. .7 M.J:.-     cr I,t:,:,> i �i/'^tr.'tf\.'r*f, n lf'uih*^^^r,�   �* 1;. ,1Mtyurgf!)-'T.n,KHlt''tCr- r '/Ui!,'. K        hi'iiffMr , ' 1' or Mr. V--J,, Fi/ :-f'r/~i;:J. ir.       (\.:f./i .v .y i\!r. J\%.M'' . Sfilti.t/r. '    '   Di ij^i*ir^a:, im c.' hi   - < (.' .../'.'�If /it /: tti C��** .:..'l'..'-\ I '�I'. , Ut i\tfi>si iid'tf^; Jhr tlv ,',ivVt .V-i J Oi.   I' K:   E R I   (i.. C.n^n V/.r. h ''il":t /.''(�:?^^'..�'.^�," It;.'.' u-^.ii-,' i'i'l>,fJt ft u,:'i h,r.J. i'Tiiii;-. 1 //(  Piililiek   Iiifritiafy  if.' y ine�, Vi.ij-I!r. Jofiph Fiflier. of Queen bticc;, t. t.tii hJr, t.lrr. High Water a- Loadon-Di :dgt li.i. I>^y at { .Miin-tcs after 12 in the Morcing. Ju.d j3 aJtct %t at N.^wn Yrdeu^ay Cmk Stork vm i2  a 13a Ir.d.a Stock I '7 3 4ihs. South i^ea Sii-tk ie8 1 tialf * 1; .Sth�. Drto O'd Annii^ties io�   1 h^Jf a } 4t^i    Dko New 04 7 Siiis a lo; I 4ih Bat:k AunuLies 1746, 104. Ditm i74r, iO|  hall. JV.ivo Lot'.ry �--'7, if J 1 4th a : istiis.    Bank Annuities .718. lO" 7 f>lh^ a loj ||l|th|. I hrce J er Cent. Annuit.cs 9; J H-'ii a ^ o.h�. Midi, n Ban;.-, (1.1 I'rice. K :h.*. F.r(j;li!h Cupper 5). Seven )H.-r let jv^rari l.o.ir, 130     tnc per I'cJit. diuo. 74 3 jli�. D ill. C ire^laiwii, 4I. lO^. {'.ciu. Ind a Bonds, ^:    * ^i)*. PiCiii v. is />;/.-/yV./,   (Piictf I s.) I'M;) -t il h\K>l)' io 4 i'.iuiplil. t Tbis D! i.'-z'r^is ��1 .IX:' . �  I   I I i..�iie I . r.. �> I. .ri' A This ihrrt Conip'rtf BoJv lag/     l'3...b:ii,      I' ! �, d ConvL-v.inctii,^ hi TiiC ry <1 n ., t.l.c f tUWAaD WOOIJ, t cuf   rf-r-i V .  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