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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 4, 1749, London, Middlesex                                ^1 lie  Daily Aciveftircr. FRIDAY*  AvGV crn inform'd, his Majerty's Jntrrtfl. or that oJ the J Couniry, required it ; but at nofuch Ncccfiiiy appcar'ii, 1 forbore to give you the 'I'rbuble of meeting in AfTonvbly, before the Tiir - your-fclvri had appuinttd for the iJi.patch of publick Uufincf'. If is with great Plcafurc I how fee ) oil met in your legiflarive Cnpncity, and very gladly embrace the Opportunity it aflord* mc of fijiiifymg to you, by ihc exprcfs ComjnS"^ of the honouiable Proprietaries, the {^xcat Af-feftion they bear to the Inhabitants of this I'rovince; the cjr"^'* Dclire tbcy have to prcfcivc Peace aiid Concord sniong ihini ; find the p^riiunlar S^usfatUop they receive by their Welfare and PTt.rpcrity: And as I know them to le pcrfc(5lly (inccrc m their l'rofLlTiOn% I have not the Wft Apprchenfion but they will meet with fuiiaWe Returns of Ciratituf'c fr<'ni you. Having been for fome Time abfcnt, jt cannot be pprfumed the Condition and Circumllances of the Country arc fo well nnwn. to me.  as to Gemlcmrn. wtio have conllanily Tcfided on the Spot, aiid who being the Rcprcfeptative Body of the People, are to be ftippofed bed acquainted with their nal Wants and F.xpettatitms j wherefore I Iball for the prd'cnt decline Inying any Tbing before yaa on my tvCi. \ ac the fame 'I itrc I very fincerely afl"'ire )oU, tl at whatever Dills you fliill judge proper to prefrnt for my Approbation, ihiU be favourably received, and confider'd wth Attention ; and where they fiiall appear to be a� I idoi/bt not th g myfelf a conlicfji'rBble Stake in th" Province, it is really my JntHvfl, as-well a� I.iclin itirin, to fupport them iu thi '�ujoyment of all ihtir jull Rights snd Piivilej^rs; fincc, wbene�er thc'J Inie fh.iK tliion, and for the Rcgatd he hath bi< n plc.did to fiuw us, in for-bfaring to c.ill us togetluT bif -re ihc Time wc had ap-poinicd for tlic Difparch rf pcblick Bufintfs The great .AfFti..ion our Hoiioiir,.rnrir has h'en fume Time abfcnt, yet liii jo) iiirr lull.; Ai."q,:;.iiiiuiicc and ihoiuu^'li Knowledge of ihf fuhlicK Ailairs ol ihe Province, ii^iiM *\iih hii �ii 1 g ilh'd Al ili ic?, r, ruler hiin a very lon'p-rent Jud^c cl tilt- tillt wliith fl.jll be ircfcnted to I :n, in order lo be pait>'d irvio La'a?. iiucn only, we arc dottniuncd 10 �'fi'-r, as flrUI appear to us to be for tiie general Unliiy of :lhe ttr r:.! .'] tiet, bath Ciiil iti.J R .'iinuj.    And n  incmis our pa:-Itcular Ackriowlcr^^mcni! to iht HonoaiaL't the Pioprie l-ncs, that thiy have been plcalcd to cu\Ur i ic (jovi-rn mciit on a Gentleman ol fo coi.fi Icrabie .ti. I'.'.Uie amon.j u*, whufc I/i.re't, we kiit'W, i; .', and v, 1.j!c l-.d.iuv.a-i^ Wc believe it t v./ ^fo>^er,.titn, .all TrttirfiSiiiei tfiicr.^ V:i CC CIX Pan, endeavour, not on�T to mamratti th- firi.-i iJ.^jv -j Fii. ld/i-ip nvj nc^'iiat Cttt^^'V^, f.-'j'dr'-t frr       ^/f-f (.ftV; b C to (hew the juft Regard Ue en;efTatn Ur the Go�-eJt� ment, by making an honcurab e Pio^ i^or* for tss Saprcrt ur* Kf'trt, 4.        Sign'dj by Order ef tht Hc�l>. 174S9 JOHN   KINSEV.   i/^chr Uf    G CJ V E R N O R  r    ^%Vyr 1Heartily thank tou fOr tM* fctbJ and sffriUoa-te'-lt' ! drefs. The faroutablc Sctiament* yoei are p'eakd :e \ entertain of me, gtvc me-a pafticuUr "itafare * �� i y an j Harmony between the fevcral Parts of the Legiflitate. | lhall be the better able to rccoiniRer.d ottrfclrc* 10 h� Ma  j .-ly ; give Sa^isfaftion 10 the Ttcprictaiics -, zaA coi^futt the true Interell-of the Pcopfe. The Prefent youi have, to fo .bin ^ ''T" HERE are no Ships in the Downs.   Wiod North-1   Eaft. T7 TT Jit Extras of a Letttr fnat r Gf^litscrm r> 'C^ jmrt'g�5e / /�. Triitd in Lonc'eo. d^SiJJ^h y.  ' ' Excci&ve hot Weather here hash facoce:;e�i a frvr-r c^^ii ' Seaton, ' tbarper tlMP  as ncceffary  tread y ac ' Occjilon  Enquiry  94 Pari  ^Scarcity of Grape*.   A?! the Rye has bc�� ki"j-J J r 1  Frort, which has grca-ly cnhanc'd the Price cf     er Cnrn ;  and the Fruit i>.�imolt illdetlrovrd; For ny o;va 5*j!:i,  I have not one Peach. Pear, App^c, ofKat, ofarySors,-  in  pjy Qanlen, which is pretty ex:tcSt'e.    Tbre*  Pigs,' four Apricots, and one Chtity,  arc a'l iSisi Ki^r  been left me.; The Goofebcr�e4 and CasrasHi 5iivo a-;-' dergone the fame Fate as the (�rapc�. int'.>niuch       uc  have hrithcr.Defetr forS-JDHRer eor Winrer    fhc I^^vr*  of the Trees. bc^iQeo fall as in .'Aatcran; lo that i"hc fc^v ' Grapes whicU i�ioaiRii vn^I be bjt ol Ihile ^etvc;. tot  Grapes withootliCAves never mike �>tal Winj.    TticSe  are the f�d Eflvifls of sbtj cj'ami'oa* Srafi^i * Yellerday txRbUoufes of PaiSumen: ai Wc{!stlnac' according to their Pro*?>j�a��on, ar.*l wctr tsji^c* pioro* :eJ to lie �4fh of S ptrml^ r nm. Wc hear that tbtir Rnyal HiglinciTo iLc Prujife a.-si Princits ot VVjIe^vfi;! ga tt��r Bi'jtr.iiag 08 n=x5 Week xo Clii f an's commanded by lord PcteiQiijn. la the rz^tx cf Cajtaia V/i!brah�m Sub Lieuiepant Cba.lcs Cha-rcy. 10 be Cusicn acJ Csp'ain, in ihc room ot Capt ji�:ktus. iit>fi/f�'Wilham SiarV. foo f P-ty) to b- Eafg^ io Lieut tf -. Thomas He war.:'} l*rg-Er.cm of Foot, iij the ro'?m 1.1 RiTi^n Cent>ingaim, ifcc-j>"d. lirfr^n Miotnas fluilcy. (a-i ta!l Pi}} lo be EaA^n in Licuf.   iv1;j.'iiy"5 601^* t^alio 1 a on ihe C01.^ o!  Irda-a* haJ Dean and I hapfet PjuI'i have C()l'4tc.l the Rev. }�rrc �r!-vi M ,\. tTicrel) IJn? Week JevcMl j-riiitcd LibclWffe a*".;*'.! in the Citv cf A'cUminJltr, rcfle rf�lst- diH. afr-d fiventy, at h'� Lodj'ing* at ^a^--^is. n-ciiu* Cucnihgt n, Kfqj of i^lirl-Slric", I. iter !r� frn fiiliN / Yc:*e    \ dxd  Mr Thomfts ManwsMrvj*, ,it      Hoetc v\ ;,i!i:t'i^'ow, �i cmirtent Niereh,4ii� rf (hi� City. �>n 1 utt'Jay Uil di-J, at hi. lloiilc irt Cur Street, \\.-p-M-g. Lapt CuTWard Gi.tllfy� llroihcx of Capt Johlt Gi.">." ey Co Wccnc .l�V a Boy %vho WS5 holdinp ft ti-e AjT. inb'y Room at H.vnp;\taJ, recciv'U a Ricfc, wi* fcill'd on the i>pot Ycilcrdiy Morni 'g s Mnh, faie! to be i\ Plumber'* X.t-hojrcr, wis� 4?elcfietl id llcafiiig the C\�ck.�. Lend, ^s. f'Oin the !r.habiiant� iq aad about Wood-Street, that werii fia'd to the main Pipe*} he Wi� cAiried lo the Cumpte^ ar>d ibc fjnie D.ty. committed to Nc'wgntc by Sitting A'dcrman.. . Tiii* D.-iy the K?akfaf\brj fornictjy meti;�dn�J wilt be ciccatcd at Tylwirn. -   *' .    �� 'Carurijn'-;, JfgiJ H Yefllr, iiniio. uppoitcd b>U|ad� wjrd^fey lU^iKcif ojupma* th*5 rersjr.rJ in rr.wii; in tJul/f ,   nrtd   rem  �n"� fUWi, tUU I^vcJ^;ng, iviU be f-�-er.^l new iVrfr|nn.>nce� by M��uf. Tntitcy and .Mr. Hei^l'Jck, and tcvcral hew Dance* by'Mfi Jfte Grh- Mr. Rookcf astd NSjff Agnett* wi Tn-bli'ig.  by .Vir. Htndrifk, Mr Mi'.t*. audrihcis   To wbt'ch %�'itl b�ad lUiio. a on ,fce Coi.-t o! um-v^ iuJ i direct. pr^,Kxeicr.J*fhangt! in the Strand, wh"CJie mutinied, killd t..cu Capcim t^;=c .u.� Oji.-�^ ard ,  iuc� . RoctietVr Msi of War �a� barcL'd at Cjni!n.4aJ of her is gi\x.a to Capt Ve-fUriav ilie Drptlo.d, a-ul the Phil.p Durell. Yelfcrdjy   the WiM-.iau and Mary, boand for Nova Scotia, having on board a great Number of pAlatiae*. Uz for ih.ii Sculcmcnt. fell doAo itt^ River, m order ta ^to-cccd on her Voyage, where !hcy wili be foiiow'4 in a few Days by-fourteen Trarffort-*. J,ail Tuefday Ni^ht the Atilirs ended at Lewrr. far tie Coji'iy of SuflTe*. waeo the ixx fuI!o�sin}( Smttggicx* rc-teivrd Sentence of Death, vcz Kdniaed Richards. (For ifc� ba:J>^ruut Mnrderaof Wdiutn Gailcf �c4 Dtaokl CMtct ; Cicprgc Clupiaan, and jaiacs Ooitfalc, for ti�c |4ur4cr 1 houias Canwctl, a Rtdiog Oftocr of the CttllMas, ta tbc Year 1740 : Capt T&tsmaj Holraan. joho Geermg. and Wiltiim TrQwer, tor ([h
                            

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