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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 4, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Adveftifcf. T II U.R S D AY,   M A Y   4, m- Deal,  Mey 2. A I L' D. the Ferret Sloop of War to the Wcftward. Rcnviin, the Sr. ^ofeph, Stevens, for Csdiz ; the "W'inchcftcr, Lc Grofc, from V'ir-gini�j and the Eaft-India Yacfct. Wind N. W. An E.xtr/iS of n h ttcr fmm a Magi-Jlrtut o/AmftcFdtin, <(atrd Apr, �S.  i\  it Ahair* auroavi, every Body here continue* in  the Ptrjuafion that nothing extraordinary will happen in .* the Vvrtb, as well by rcafun of the Swedes apprehending *� their COuxury will be made the Scat ot W�r, as bccaitte  w� arc certainly informed that their Britannick and Mod  Chriilian M^^elUcs arc pafcclly agreed upon this Snb-  jcii, and have tcfolved to offer their Mediation, in  ord?r to diiBpte the jealoufies, Dirtrufls, and other � Subjcftj of �?ifcontenr, and at the fame Time to � ofiVr their Guaranty, that the Government in S'Ufdfii  (hall remain in the State and Condition into which it was  put w the Ac'-filion of Queen t'^Va tp the Throne of  iliat Kjngdoni, when the abfoluic Sovereignty wasaboliftt'd,  which ittiilced prOv'd an advantageous Step to the $wcdi(h  Nation, *nd toi aJl the neighbouring States. AH .*h!L _ _||_Ke3KS-JwiM�iv�Ja^y-r�eejvTHiTnni^^  thai there js now no extraordinary Motion amongll the  Prudian Troop*.  AU the Letters from F)-mce, which take Notice of � the following Subjeiit, confarin, that the eldcll Son of  the Pretender is- gone into Pa/anJ, to marry a Princcfs � Radzevill. Hcircfs of the grcatell Part of the Inhcri-  tance of the Houfe of S�l>iifii, and they infer that ht�  Views arc to fecurc to himlclf tlic Acceflrair"to the  Throne of P�i!aa Office, is appointed Deputy to tlic Hon. Henry JL vcr.i upu;udi of jooo Children, whotvciuiii PiociSioii, ap^iaueniicd Divine Service. After Sermon the Trtaluicis, Tiulucb, and Subfcribcrs to the faid Schools, �Jincti together ai dieir own F.xpenccat the Crown "Tartrn in Thicidaccdk - Sirett. 'I'be Stewards were Sir V.'ilUjun Smith, Kt i^hc and Alderman; William .Whittkcr, Strphrn ThtOwio.c janfltu, Eft^rs. and Aldcr-tJier^ 'Ihomai Waicr, John Tuff, and John Abbington, Tf^f J-.i.vards foi ihc Vt-ar enfuing are, Slinglhy itttheli. iv^un:^ Dickcnlon, iiftire. and Aldermen j Charlei Gray. Ihoma- Tafli, Charfw Alexander, Eftirs. and Mr. Thomas Ilarjifon. , A^ grcgt Care is taken by the Truflccs to qualify tlicfc Children for manual Services and oihcr laborious Employwcncs j and as upwards of 3900 1. u annually cxpAidtd upon them in the Woollen, Linnei), �n4 other Manufaftures of this lUogdom, 'tis therefore liopcd that tbefe Conlidcrations will excite all forts of Pcrfoni to unite in promoting tliii laudable JnftitUtion. _ Vcfierday the follovvjiig" Scholars were x-lefted out of WaUuinftei School to i^,c two Univerfjtics : To Cam-twidgi-. McH: P�rcy. Sclw> n, Dcvall, and Gould : And to Oxford. Meff-^Baiacs, Levt-tt. Ncll.n. and Maifden. Yeflcrda> camu on at Salicrs-Uall. the lilcaion for a Common-Cocncil-Man of Walbrook Ward, in the room of Mr. CdM-ard Davii, dccta�Ji when Mr. Kithard Raycold, an eminent Apothcc-r/ iri Cannon-Stxcct, ^za nnanimoufly chofcn. Ydlerday at the rublick Bre^kfaft ci ven by the Govcr-fipi> ef ihc. Founoliag llofpiial, ii>erc was the grcatcil Appearance cf Nobility a.id Gentry ever known on that OccsfioB, who cxpreflcd the higlicll Sati;i%(iion in the Cot>�3aAof that Cliaiiiy . And uiiny aiii^tiil Subfcrip.ions |wc made, and Bcncfadior.s given, lor ihe iM^intenance of the Chilitejj. and a very haajfomc ColIeCUan towardi iwfciog ihc Chaj'cl. ITic tntejiaitauiu of Cufi .Spring Claidciis, \'aa.v Ildl!, fta'J YeScrday hvemn- tjr this bciif .n. Vtftcrddv Sir Willijiii \.\v.. \,a- much bii:rr. On Tut.:j.*y UicJ cl � ns. Ne^xefi/t, Jprii 49.   Langdalc Sundcrljind, Efq; is ap-pomtcd Collei\or of (he Cuftoms for this Port, in the room, of Alfred Lawfon, F.fqi who haa rcfign*d. Mr. John Dconifon '\i appointed Port Supervifor of this Place, in the room of ^fr. Rocket, deccas'tl. E^ii^rgh, April 8;. Vcfternight � Mcflcngfr \Vas difpiich'd from this to Forfar, in order to bring up -- Ogiivie cf �aIl-Mill, lately apprehended near that Place > he is one of thofe excepted out of the ASc cf Indemnity,, for being in the late'Rebellion. LuJgiJty May a. Wc the poor Prlfoncr* confin'J for Debt on the Common-Side, fliall for ever renlembcr the af ft It oOkk in the Mnning, (^inmi^ttmt'jfi^iitn^.tstgii^ to St/i at I'ii Oj:fi in bh MaJ,fiiTi!�'ifet-^^km0i,^J^^ Hm% 0/ his Mijcjlfi ^lips tlx Mihwtf, - ^Swtiv AJount.xgu, of yid '/cw, ('Mjlfrt \f 7OJ .   i     ,----------'. ------� � -'......     5S4 tt^''i^_^^^iklksih''it. ff/^488 ridaak� great Goodnefs^nd m^^^ tmA the Pnieiii ky.-fi StoriHS^ the^ Lefds of tTife Opera-Houfc, for their' Bounty to us this Day. bpthiitVidualsand a Guinea font with it, which tvfts equally divided by oiir. Steward, to the Relief of a great many Citizens, who are moftly Working Men, and by our Confinement are prevented fioin making Provition fur our Families, fome of which are become burthcufomc to the Parilh, and many more will be reduced to the fame Calamity, if our Gonftncmcnt continues. We iiope wc always remember our kind Benefaiildrs, and ever pray for their Health and Profperity. Next Sunday Morning will be preached a Charity Sermon in the Pariili Church of St. Bride, for the Benefit of the Children educated in the laid Parifli. by the Rev Mr, Watren, ReAor of Ch.irlton tuKcnt, and MiniUcr  x. Tomorrow will be piibUck BreakfiAing at Marybon-Qardcna. The Entertainments will continue this and every Evening during rheSeafon. Subfciiptions arc taken in, and Tickets delivering, at. vMr. Mcrntgoincry'i, Gold-flnith, in CamWidge-Strect, Golden-Square. We"hcar that his Royal Highnefs the. Duke of Cumberland, and fevcral of the fiitt Nobility, were at the Nc�v Theatre in the Hay-Market on Tucfday Night lull, to fee LlQpera ds-Gueux, and expreft'd-^Hfei^ionj and this' Nigbt.it fvill. be perforni'd again.  On .Saturday next, exaiUy at Twelve, the two Knigltta tfeat their* Flriends at the Ncyv Theatre in the Hay-Mt^Hiikt ififhich th^ will difpofc of fome OrTginsls�<'|Murticularly a Portrait cf Harry the Smuggler, as Kie look'd at hu TriM- To whit;h will ,be < added, th*n'� Monthly luKlLitwrt, iet AftS, 9T^% C>rit.ii.>liii�, uMiinjt nthit i'inkul't*. l>elijtf�l> iN* iVlitic.il Ctuli J vntu^.tttn �n4 I>�rt*wt aCWw-i^ lion �!' Nii�� S�.''u, uttK'tn At �uni" of iiM pr�Stu B*�J>�^*ntej AlHr.urt 0'Tiittiplilctj oi> thr N�*t4^IIj �h� li** P�l�we JKi ) \ R-miitt irni * huM = il tK.*Ci)i!itet ity-/ft J^tan^U fc'r Gaf. 'Wt* P/'oforticfi thiTfto, il to    mttiU iyjlff PtrJitiiKxl thtfiid ^hifi (i)id PArtkiilsm, all Ptr/(m-txt� JhtU gitttid mt.. fuidSaleett to titllit h'eliee thrttf, *aidttmi frigir'djar Putfafe i and unhfi the find Slips'ititd PiVtiitt/�n (mni<^ii Jknlikt p^id f i'>' Ncticif, tluit M flv//dy tJk I�M i^Btemti atfrti oCleck imhe Marftiug, fky wit exf^ r*-5V& �* **� Oj^u tir Hull of Ui M'fjfji^'t Ship tit Swtfnm T�* Tb�i^ lying at Itad-viili, alA /-fv fi/l�v^ efi.T^'fmsp. at Otptfftd, tagctlff 'Withtmr M�>fii, J9�w^r*>jr� ?s*i'. "tnJW ; they mn^ be vii-u-'d iy fufb Pet/mtt us urt iHc!i�!t$& ftr ttil^ii t/''f /hid Hide, e-d iidjir thm. jftid ci^l)t;prfe\�f%ih per CiM, or i� Prepattion t^i (tP, it t� h fl*i& t^F^plt*, ii'lia ji'till pitrchaft ihi /t\id ^kipt and tarfk^Lrtr �� fti^Saw r.vl'o Jhidl (iitnid tf>i /(udSdfsOreta >.if(r,J?^i?fjS^t^ Si^ comnprfptit\ifor tlji't PUrfnfcx tmJaitltft^ki Jififl ftP'ddfot; mdtaAjn'im\'y af Afet S�d%l^/itrt)r:V^'''i^ Pipepfiitdlk far/nttil, itndIjimf tbiPitftref -^'t^Qq-gwC ,  VlcfUAU,ING-dFFlCE.:        k *2n fmt di'Mfd Biff ,ati^:,P rhymrt��^vJ^>Hfl^ Otrranti, Cullm/ances, 'BtrfiJ--ifiiPi-etid--�M}' eU Butt Mid' PtuKktM Sti^A>ffi:^utk P/*&i    t&a�it^i ii� Irottlbapt, old/h-eiga 'diyi.-t�ij}Xlh;gM'idt^^^ iit/j, dtaifdlinttif, ildO^itif Ht^Si^i^d.tM^i.pmt'JmSf-CuKiTiu-Houler'Lbndon, Majf }J Y Ordtr )of tht Homtvuhlt the CamKif^-iitrt *f ipi B High WaUr at London-Uridgc tliis Dav at a Minutijs after 1 in thg Morning, and     alter 1 in the Afteriiooa. Ycllcrday J^^nk Stock was 130 a" i 4th y8 ) 4thsa I 8th,  Souih-Sca Stock 109 t Old Annuities 101 3 ^ths a 1 half a $ 8ths. Bank Annuiiies 1746. 104 a � 4th. Ditro JJitto New half.  Ditto .�>}.>jp;( .fy -1_ W til-Lijtc ^IJUdlC, Jiiitkii.RJd. lie Coni- 111 �-^ a: iL. f ot:ery 1747, no Pr.iCc, Biaok Annuities i74K> > al Afluratjct?, 7Q. London .Alltirance, 10 3 8ths. EiigliAi Copper 5I. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan, 130. live per Cent, ditto, 7j. Bsnk CircuUuon, 4I. los. I'rcm. liMl;a Bonds 6as. Preni._ This Day is puiflijfj\l,   (Price 6d.) Nurotcr xx\I.  ,f HE   UNIVERSAL   MAGAZINi-: (m three S ccti of Lciltr I'icfj, t!.r�� L't)j>n'r l'ure�, Itt.) A rrue Rcj)ief�nutiOi> �nd Utfc/i(itiiiii 1,1 t'le F.icwofl.i riliib.ttj at Dublin, 'the Infiiipt oa , S'aurs, \'iH,iitt, f... ut (|ie iii.i^nifi(eii( Temjile iif tl.e Vntwi-ik. in'hr (;rrci> r�ij:, St |.�nic�'4. 'IUk tUiKiy lit" All Niiuim, il;u(l.jr J-wiih i Ijf.e C\ j p f I'Utc. 'I tic IliMory u| tr-^la-iJi the Life 0/J^h'i Rjl-I, "i^t tuti' l!r ; liid, vmIU a tiiiMu, He *J cu^r*v'o Uvm 9U ur'f-'i^i      nt I^.f^.r,.-*. r. '.I T.i' fJ.fcj ljv:u\tj, Alii Ocvvnfii'iv.       - '        i>'..- oton. �l       K > , s .Aiu.! n !.^ I'.nl',  c i'..^        Utii*i: N&ii.b;!"..   I'l'.;. tjrfi t  or ft...** T ivill Iv /e/j, ill tl't l,3tig-Rmm in tlv Q/^mt-ffjjffi\ 'flhxt' o'Clici ill llit Afitrnooii, th Beijhn Slt^p,/ft4i^t''^Jtti^J^,.l^0^�>--luilf, Burtiwa ubatit ihirly-jix 'fcnt^ nafuj (fi^^ '^'j'Si'f^Jm^ix a^siittfi 'leutr-iyhinf. '"'   '4,. Inv:iitoyir.i la fien oti icard the fiidSkif^, ttmi atmr, Kitig i Witnhwfi at the Cttfivf/iflktji. London'Hofpitul,     lultrniary, April m% �T4^ AG.iundCan't efthi Uo-jtincn <:/tNt CJarify^'M   A�i .:t fi,, fdd IM'it.d    GV.',/^w�V niA mjr,iB,..j�y the \Qlh of hUy, at Kltvin a'Ct,ci t.',ii/.lf, a.-iJpeJji^-igMirt, ''�jplllv'lnd(?pt'ndcnc inV;tt ihaye eakm fj;il   Viiztun *c flic f'ri>, siii �.ilt tc aiveUiftil ajji'ii itt fni^-t "lirrjc. 'I'ifktts to'Uiiie^ thii p;iv �i ili; C.,l tlmri; ixnortn^ it ti>'S�]i:i�r a �''t"TlitiW Mhr'hlli" I'licoj Aiid fuvcrjl (filler I'tirni- b,iuif'ni|t niiii i;x�dii%ji/it." Or�K|)t, Fi^it, gtJuw CwiKlK^litiw, tu t|W^|*|i�.D!s�r''^' ]'nlub;(.ti)tt uf tlu' fnifi ynilh I' '{'hit h ih>mmf iir I'erfoiu not to pir(imn Cu briiii; luro llie ari^ntA^ Qim4-C I'Uce, or into other Str<;i:r or fiirt;^'* '^tW PSfili^ Kilh, tj^rcum, I'riiit, ur any other Ctiimjdity wlutfMtcmj, ( being ffulecutcil, i� the Jiriv�i�(  u'Ctoclt   pf�eiWf N i�, Bjr (>j(i f iiUr U�fit� the AircniWy ibltn^M lh�r U*y ;> 'g^Mt^fk ii;l tiiithir Nof c�. A i  KAM-:hAGtl-HUUSE, oa Mcrt^ay ui:%'., (lie Stii iiiiUni, >�ill t! A IJ       A      L        L. ATrer the V.ruti xn Afjoiur,   m iK.' Paj 'x\t7.  ji.S./, n.MJ I,; !j flk'At f*'- S'j tV.I 11 10 L-   ..^u,r,..l 1-1   ��> .Mm-,, Hit Xy       � rit'Cvr, JI I *i ('.^ H.'.lV, �> Or.j <..i4:n<4 �ij.H. P''.i! I.       U.'.   .11 i-j, t.4 tu i.tili(;< f'eifjfi* j,u.it i I U.v;il IUi�4iiiJ iUl,. t   .j^.t II r I'l.vr ii .1.   

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