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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 29, 1749, London, Middlesex                                � �   \ The Daily Advertjfer. M ON DAY,  Mav        1749. iW,  Aftijr 27. \M� down and Tailed, the Richwd and Sarah, diiiy, for St. Kitt's i the '"'oamn. Woodward, for Bar-hadocs ; thk Ncp:unc, Cole, for Sewfoundland t the Prirce Wil iam. Danill, for Liverpool ; the New Votk. Grave, and the Antelope, Atm(>ry, for Ba^badocs. Ar-hred the Set-era an H rff, Mac. or (Jcidini',, founetn tiitnis, to ciuy c:j,_t itiiuix fcvcu Pouadi , give r takf. On Wednefd^y th; ^th. a free Purfc of-?f 1. is to be rnn foi oj the la.Tc C arfe, by bx and five Vcar^ old j the fix Vcafi Vila 10 drr.. mas hzjbc twelve Pouc;* j the five Ycifi tire itosc Oa InuiWuy the ^h. Hs MsjetVi Plate. 0� FriJay .he 6 Ii, the foar \\ati-old Ptiie. Aud in lue Ume ^V'c^k uill be rcn. A Match bciMccA the Duke of AncaUcr and l^rd Portuiore. A Matc'a between the Duke of Hamilton and Lord March. A Maicb bctnrcn Loid Hglinteo and Lord March. A (kidtctt between Mr LccihaadMr. BUke. And one t>ctwecr. i.ord Potiirotc and Mr. GrevilJe. Ob Thuriday lail died at Lii Ucufc m George Street, the Lady ol Geceral Guifc. Oo'I'hurtday Mr.Garrick, the Co3iediao, was married to M�dcxnoif>;lIe Vtolctti, the fimoiu Dancer. On Saturday UA died at New End. HampScad. Mr. Ravcnfcroft. late an eminent Mercer tn Lo<-nb.iid Sifcet. On Tucfday lail died at his .-^untS the Lady Mews, at her Sea: at Hictoo in HaniplJure. J.; vis �.lcike. t atu-tal Dilpohiiom, aihJ actiuiied .4ccom^ .y > ;irten;cts were c'ltihargej o^t o -.r.is;'. i^f at- Moatcd for. ihjn t:a: kc Lau beta *. iloilc K*vr.J^. and had iod a conudet^olc ium cJ M  ^IJ�.t i Nt.nr; v.i>  :�li.ca at his ^J^gii^s �n blioc Lace for pj> 1:1^ fcvcr�l Sam oi Jiiui Com 10 tne B-nLcr* ucij 1 imijic-Bjr, kud tarried vtr^ (%mp�a tur it.ittu.r Lxamia:iit( ho, fiMiii); a Mitn ttifo .f|ilmU^:>i*^ his Wjfe^ refentedit; upon which the AggreflbrUabbcd hip^ in the Belly and Neck wtlh a Rnifc that there is tittle Hope of his Recovery   , The Sale of Pifiurcs, ki. of the ihinl and fourth of tbi� ibtlant, was m tbe:tiame,or Mr. Rgbcrt CriOier, who has bceti dead ilntolV (k 'Vtiaot-'^d .noroursa(Bgy�^Be�lk,'Vhleh.w^%/i:^fort^�^ Relief to a grcat,iiiany poor^fifaticM/yhoft N^jjbfr^du^ly �incicafes.      � 1, - .-.....,,              " ',' Tombrr&w wJlt be H" P^b^ick Br^akftftlng at Marybon-. Gardens. " :_The fintertaittiaents of Caper?s-Ga>dahs-wiH-eent this and e^'ery Evenine during the SunAuver 6eafun t the Walks will be l^MutifuU^ illviminatcd with Lamp Trees in a grand Tailc, difpofed tn proper Order, aitd (u conclude with bmatiful Fireworks refcmbling the Ri>>al ones iu the 4Bree� Park. The Firtwehks are eftcemcd by greit Numbers oi Gentleman and Ladies of Di(Hhat0ti the b^oft ever exhibited in Publick. Qrcat CVc wit} be taken to keep Oct Pcrfons of ill Repute. This prelcnt Evening, at the New Theatr� In the jllay-.Viarket, will be performed a Concerr of Vocal and JnArumcntal MuGck. Boxes'Pit Oatlc'ry tt. After the Concert will. bit fpr^leDied gratis, Xi'Opcra.du (�ucnx, ai tranlhted into rf^cnch. from tK�i 0citg:�!�Jiiii', will be fevcraljiow PwformancM by Mo/>C 'iirift^ii, ltd, Icveial S'pcncs ii) G Wftiifuu, Venice. "Jo wliith N*ili be, add^^, .w,v.�. msv"^ tefque Fiju'es never prfornVil be*or�, CiiU'd Holidays. Tl^e who! /pir toanv Yearn Has been Ki-ni againUali England, 19 now revcflira to the N 4li maf Sur'r yl agiiiill all linglAod, and will be play'd, th� firUl�n FriJayl next, (fa9 �d of June, un Dart(ord.lirini, and'tbe Jccoad ic the Artillery'Ground, on ^qadaw nex^.       '/  ./^ J'jhn Taylor, Oculifl. who attended bbJ^atheJr.Rinoy Yean in hjsTour through tiio^of l^ef fiacipal Cifiis-aad T'ownsii Europe, Sad ii th-roughlyiftftwaed 'all'Ml^' Kaihe*'i curious Method* of Opcrittioii, and has pr y SucccQ>, con  tinaes to treat aH Diteifes of the Kvc� and' Bvtli  Fxperijrnf ac his Honfe in Qrcat Quccn-Sticett 'Uiikoli) b Ii;n i'^clds' , ' H1^' \V.ttr 9 in ilw Afitrwood. W S hiy I'n ttVtak*n!^ ft -\ l^c'.* "^crui , r\ HISTORY     KXOLA^tn, i� m**ikmirf     i� t^i^if � OJKl.rtt t� t^.tnHV, ia ftnttttnc all CICEiiti'* V ' HkttAg *t>Mlv fxiMini'd Tr>rJUt>o�t-'I     t'�t |��u/Vat,h��;jialMa - tL imhiA hui^ptrtiej.    gUiik m..\ Krifi >l   .III ....... I .....--,--- /mifert^t4 ,f* iitrntUm* At tl. a'i. c�f �f .*    i* kid �t �,/. Ii.,�i�S.'v.r<.  I ' '"pBK 'i'hctiiogtcjl VVotk$      tn- L.cir?ViV ' JL   Ut� PO fv'?^ X^m^- f'^i^'* �^     lift..-* *^ An%k* fTuntuti in n.t U.rViiKty uf O.R-i*.       C��v� " �LL<. ,�t� PnrW^ C, pU^t, iff ^Wte'Wt t i�, S�.-i%V� :�� AVdiJiMii^firW^ betiie eu4ttvti WitK �nt At to the C mm�jttrirt,.k� tEO^ARD'^ ; S^ilrf.kjr.O. Itrtiwrn*, �rtW ;jisid. J bis    Day,   firt    f^*^j*f t*^, BfMtF�'h p'i�it^"t^ tlr\i* �f� PfcKr f'*S�*�, � �/�f J*."**-, ��4^ 8 A M U A*   C L A ii Ke IC, 0. J>. .   ; IVftthn wlih l�* 6%h^^M>^^'"'*���      �rwd 0.c�fiiy�.      __ V�'iib 1 rnute, gU'in^ ii>tH#vA*U'�'^t t.^r, M'* n|�  �'the Auih..r t tiy Bl^lAMlM VtHi� i�.�,4    liiCHhy i.cs. The WDtkl �f SamMt Cuikt. l>. D. �n�4 �.�, |ftS;�. . ~ J h� Scrmenj rf L>f. S*mu�J CJU'itt, in a �o;. fei ft. j Ur >.S*iJ�Utl,CUi|te'� SrtOiona iMlC�f�� Si�^vtt�. lo td. OAtte.   , E'cKictn S.rtisoia on U\tni tkesftWH^ C)^>�, K�lAn a4���_ - OlKcc of OiOnJiice, }Way jiT "(^ -'^   ----'------   V--------.-r - �^�T^    mww^m /ivf.; Dt-ttfH, P/iycketf, Bftttijws, 4�un0tttfttii* itmtttkl' 'tij ottti HiyfrtiictiiUt Stinu ^iiir miff it 'viii ?^;t at titbtforJ with BlmkutuhrtWiir,,, ��r afdM^-^ CiVn;^, tfjgl ty ttt^ PUtHd V^itb iJMr Prjtf�f*ii t^t k-al 'Tint, ' Navy GKce. Kjay riccivt 'ftnJifi (/t.Jfd'if) /hm mniiii-iit- 'vJtk\ Oj^ct tb* UiJU if*i,i$xMtj^fS�ifit tkSf�iyumt�B�'tk*�ft^ t'lird at ii/ntnt(ji, 'tihtr$ ikty m�y.h �tij0 tkni^f ft to H m^j.- iy lie Tojiai tuitijbailStKi^Ji (^�^/'fJ Sljf� *snJ the Emfoffirty /5a>i, tkf D,p>ifrt jftJi U firj,itid, ^A/'it&mt ilUe. Mb> 19, . *4y ffitirt cJ'lit  fift^.^'t whcreN umbers of Poor apply and aro^auiyd wKhotiExpeutc a   A   N >K.   K   U   i> 't  S.        , . John : Cook,  now or Uie 0/ Long-Acrp, iVliduiff^ IronniopKer. . , John Chriflian Jlulile, pf I-pndo;�, -Linneii Draper tJvvard Uitt die cld^r, kiie of ^iahfinflcr iu Djifctlhire, Ruber! Harrovv of ChcHi iiu in Hertfordlhird, Dealer. Saturday Uiok Scqrk Wiis 134 3 a iH-    hf^f Slock,   no Prite.     Sou-h hca Stock' ii^    DiitoM^lb Aumiiiies, no Piice.,'| Duio New       7| ttjjii, a, lo^. fli/ Aiiuuuies 1746, IPS I 4''i3,    l)�ttv ij-i'-   '^4^''^ Ditto Lottery r747, nO I'ucc.   Biink Aimui.�c� i ;i4d.'|U4 5 8 tij.   J l.ree per Cent. Annu^tii:* idl> a 1 tJli.    MiitiOJi iSank, f o Priie.  Eijuivalei.t,  no Pr^^r.   Knal AJiuran^e, 74     LonJon AlTUiance, 10 7 HiTTs.    fei j-.lihj Cop(>er ji Seven per Ctiiil Empnoi'^ Loan, no Prup ' live per i'eni.   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