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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 5, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The  Daily AdVeoifef. SATURDAY,  Aocvst 5, PHILADELPHIA. th H � Delaware: fA, iW/r ADDRESS of ibr Mnytr anJ Cemmaneltf tf tbt Qty 1/ Pdiladclphia, in Common Council ajfimlifd^ May it flfife Hewjrr, IK, the Ma^or and CbmmonaUy, beg Leave to congratulate you, in the fincereft Manner, on your happy Return to your Country, and Acceffion to the Government J Events that fill the HearU of the People of all Ranks and Denominations with unfeigned ___^ joy. rannot b.>t Cltcem it a peculiar Happinefs to have  ^l^tAtxMn ppoiated oar Ooveritor* who-i* fo perfe�U]r gcqtiainted with our pablick Affair*, and Whofe real Re-mrd for the W.eirare of thi� Province,, and AiTtAion for %t Inhabitants, are f^ well known to ui. t From the long Acquaintance wc have had with your liable prtwate CharaOcr, and the Benevotence of your tKToofttion, and from our Experience of your Integrity and ^Uiiity in the Diftiwrge of the feverat publick Orn^es yoa tavc heretofore foftained among us, we aflare ourfelvca ^t this City ^n'd-^roviflce wil}-be h�ppyTnfder your TW-MiiAiTtratioii i altd that we (hall always have the higheft Iteafon to be thankful td our Proprietors for an Appoint-wnt To favourable to the People. Sign'd by Order of the Board, CHARLES   WILLING,  AW. - To which the Governor was pleafed to make the foUow-^MLjVo(we^ '^GitiT 11*1 IH, V Am extremely obliged to yOu for this early Mark of >l RtTpedU but inore pJiriicaUrly fo, for the favourable Qmibn you are |-icafed ^o entertain of my private Chats^: And although, on th^ one Hand, I am confcious :|Bji)r&ll how fiir mort I fall of what your Partiality in fMpar of a Countryaun may have isduced you to afcribe tbaie* jret. on the other, I iro protid to fay, that with imid io die fincere AflfeAion I have for the Inhabitants of ll^Ciqf toA Province, you have done me no more than JbX batrc lately had the Honour to be admitted to filiii.Slurc of Confidence with your Proprietors, I can, friditthe greater Certainty,  declare to you their real ' Rqptfd for the People, and the ^reat Satisfaction they tdie in the Welfare and Profpenty of this Province} 'nd I am perfuaded I cannot lb cffeAually recommend P^f^f to their future Favour, as by making ufe of the flMrers the/ have been pleafed to intruft ma with, for the Bnefit and Advantage of all thofe und i id a iKiic I imc. It is very � IMS. that foxne Pains are taking to re-ciUbltlh the Marine ; * tkfma n an abfelote Ncceflit^ for fo doing, ai it was * diM imiiclf ruined ; but thi> Buftnefs is not carried on * .4K|raordinBry Vigour or Application. It is. *'Mtii^ not vci^ impiobable, but that u the Peace (faould *t^|ndinc fomi: Year�. the King would be in a Condition MMlf � prettv good Fleet to Sea ; But in regard to * im^gmmuiA Schemes which certain private Companies * l^^tdcatedto the Court, forcaufing Siiips of War to * il^MlU as well at CantuU as in Europt, no Encoura^e-'MiMhas been given to them : So that the licUe Dclire * whichtite Court lbew� to embrace Projefts of this Nature, * makes it plainly appear, that it is not in fuch great Hafte * to, re-cllabitfli its Marine,   as has bscn reprt^cnted : It * has other Views to purfuc. which arc more prcfling. The * Idiniftry are taking Mcafures to pui the l'�inance& upon a * good footing, to difcharge the moil burthcnfome Debts, * and to clUbuih and extend Commerce, and to improve * and caufe the Manufudurcs to iiourilh.    Tbefe arc the * Fundamentals of the paciiick, Syflem which prevails at . * this Court    When the Minillry, it is faid, hasfuccccded * in the Points juft fpoken of, they will undoubtedly be ' iit a Condition, if CircumAances (hould require it, of * rendering the navul I'orces of the King very refpedable, * and even ai putting them upon a formidable Footing. * In the mean time, they in a great meafurc content them- * ftlves with infcnfibly gciting together the neceiiary Ma-' tcrials for building Siiips. * No Tune i> yet fixed for the Departure of the Infaiita, ' nor any Preparation^) msdc fur it, nuiwichlUndJng what ' has been faid upon that Subjcft.   Thii greaily puAjiles our * Politicians, wlio cannot comprehend the Motives of fo * lonjg a Delay, at a Time when it fcems that ihe Interview ' and Junftion of this Princcfs with the Infant her Confort, ' after fo long a StpAraiion, ought to have bren precipi-' Ulcd raihcr than dcla;�'d ; and the more fo, ak his Royal ' Highnefa has yet no Mai* iroc. < Heir Ma*� tb the Bowdl oT WmA L     O     N      D Extras tf a Lttttrfhm Uan, A^.UHUfljX^-' We bad the gyeatea Apfearwee of NeNJy   Anfon: and Henry Pclhaa. ESiti AU______  condemn**) it the Aftacs arc a(^'i lit__________  Edm�nd RidttMa. lor the Marlit of QiiarMi Cia* t ter. is to b* Uaw'd on TmSkfmmmHmkmk-' Common, and dbnrafd* kaag^ ! CMmi �ii drt other five arc to fei cxecutcd.al H�ililiia%Mt^ -jt Cantrip    .   _ ._____� _ - ' Trial, that he 'foraifii'd Hm Glaf    SMfsJkrTwith the  Fire-Arm*, and \vai prcfcat tbicing the Dwfooa ott  board his Veflel in order to cany him to Piaace. '�4wa ' he was (ho^ Capt. Holmia had twentyHhecePaiifbBa of ' k**** Reputation who appear'd to Ms ChaiaBtr. ' but there were three pofitiva Evidcaccs agaiaft hiaa, �ho  prov'd him prcfent at the Infiana. of the aiaidcr.  Nine  other Smugglers, cfaarwcd n*iih-~hiriBf^cconil�^^ ' Arms, were ordcr'd to Newntc. to be tty'd ia Loadon.  John Reynolds and hia Wi&. arho kept the Dog awl ' Paruidge'oo Slcndoo-Commoo. whcteRkhaid Hawfciaa .' was whipt to Death, was tried oh m fadiAoMMt far  concealing the faid Murder { but it aaifeaiiag thatOutb  and Rob. Mills,  lately czecoted tor tha fiuac.  aad  Winter, who muinler'd the fisld Uawkiaa, had thmtcsMd ' the two Prifoners to defhoy tbeai, tfid let their Hocfe  on Fire, if they ever mentioB*d it, they an^fc acqnitied.* By a Letter from Bcdminfter of the jtft iaiel wa aia inform'd, that the Day before, bcsag Saadi^. tarovFklloart who had adcd as Drummcn 10 the Aioim coafeta*d ia deftr^ing the Alk on Turnpikes^ were fecund, when be carried before a Jufttce. they gave ia al^of acoaisdcn Number of Accomplices in tikat Affiur. after whom d>l^*eat Search is making^ ^ in order to pat a Stop to thofi! riMOaa Proceedings for the future. On Tuefdly laft Mrs. Pocock. orTamile4>�tt m the County of Bucks, died, at her Hoafe ia St. james'lt Soore. Yelterday died Mr. Antboay Merry, an emiaeat iiex-chant of this City, at his Moufe ia Abcharch-Laac. We hear that Mr. Gitle. of Mark-Laae. auajr lean one of the Surgeon* of St.Thoous's Ifofpted, wU! ia a few Days refign the fiunc^ for wiudi arc fami Caa-didatcs. On Wedn^day Eveaii^ three PrifiMcn ia Near-PrifiM threw a Rope, to which thor had tkd aa old Hiage,'aver the PrUbn Wall, which hitchiat in it, they fwmaM �p the Rope, with their Fetters 00, and e�apcd Oaaof them had fome Timebefore efcaped from a Suing of Plrifbacrs, as they were going from Bicka-Ilall to Bradcwdi 1 bat that very Afternoon he apply'd hiadelf CO his oU Trpda, and aole a Silver Tankard, for which he was taken aad again committed to Prifon ^ Another that cfci^cd. waa ia for ftealing a Watch i aad the dkird. Car taafiag liaaca. Yelterday the fevea Makfaaors weia cvfit * ftrong Guard, in three Qarts, fam Nennptc^ al at Tyburn : AU their Bodies wcfecarriedw far ���� . 1 except Manefdon. who was broaght back to Nae^gMe. aad iroo'd. and afterwards carried dowa to be kaag JaChaiaa in Suilex. On Thuifday Night the Daughter of Mr. Ward, who keeps a Chandler's Shop ia Crowa-COoie aew MMig' Street, St. James\ had the Misfartoae to faU oat of a iwo-Pair-of-Stairs Window iaus the Court, aad fiaABr'd her Skull.  There is but little Hope of her Raootcry. The Fair at Camberweil (which bcgus o� Moaday next, the 7th inflant, and conunucs till the 9th) ia liltdy to he the greateft that has been known there for fcveral Years, great Preparations bdng now making, in order to accommodate the Gentry in a polite hfanocr. Several ArtiOs, and the tall Pflirr Woman, are likcwife come froan different Paru of �ng;land, who will ofc their atmod Endeavours to give Satbfis�iioa to all who pleafe to honour them with their Company. PeultryCemfttr, Jmpfft 4. We the ankq^ PHfoncrs for Debt on the Common Side; beinv above ci^qr in Number, humbly pray the Chartqf of all w^-difpos*d Chritlians, being many of lu at tWu Time ia a daagcroos Condition by a raging Fever, without any FrioMla to fnp> port us. and not having the repeated Chanties as other Prifons h^vc. are reduced to the greateft Calamity: What our kind Benefaftors at this Time (hall vonchfaCe unto as out of their accufton'd Goodoefa. dull be applied to the Ufe of the Sick, and for them only. Tomorrow two Charity Sermons will be pecach'd ia tlse Parilh Church of St Thomas in Southwark. far the Bc�c�t of the Charity Boys educated in the �sid Paiiiht that ia the Forenoon by the Rev. Mr. Defagardc. RcAot of Maikfidd. near Lciceiler, and Chaplain to the Rigta Hon. the Load RIantyre; and diat in the Aftonoon by the Rev. Mr. Barnes, LcOurer of St. Bride's. London. At Sadler's Wells, Iflington. this ETeafeg will be peefitatcd an Rntertainmeoi not pctform'd there thcfc twenty Yeats, call'd the Harlot's Progrcfs TJm! whole to cocdade with a grand Reprefeoution of Raaetagh-Gardens ia the Manner they were decorated at tk� lubilcr Ball. To b.-gsn at Five o'clock Each FCrfaa to be adouiied fat a Pwi^ of Wioc or Pucch. tt� KawWtfIs in'OoodmaiTs Firidi, thi� Fve>vr(>, cw rcrformanccs by Monf. lartfc) and t, and leverti new Dances by Mr Ju.- (Ira-QfitMt<9r, Mr. Mile, Mis MiIm. a ll ftni f.'feral new iiongi. tlMiiig, % Mr. Hcadrirfc. Mr. Ta^fey. M J.n'>r. lOhiWea, tad �>thcrs To whicn b# added W htfait Halajhya, or Hariconin at iCreenwich The whole to koadade with the 'Triur^j^ht r.f Pc^ice. Each Petlon td ke admitMd for a Pint rf v^'ine or Punch. As fcveral A^ple that keep Mtfick-3h(ips have printed and wrlaca-cut talfe Capie� of the Soogs th�t have been ham this Seafon at Vaux-Hall, (in particular, that fung bj^ Miu Slevenfon, Did you fee e'er a Shepherd) it u thought fcoMr to 1^ Notice, that the only genuine Colle^ion will not be publMh'd till the lath of this Month i by eo(H< paring whick, arith tho(3 that have bicn farrepti'to illy printed, die f^oblick wUl be able 10 judge how much they aavc been imposed on. To be (bid, at the Suffex Coffee-Hnufe the Corner of Cow^Laae. W^eS-Smtthfietd, jufl come front .b^ord, a rqpilar Sortment of grtezle, brdwa. cut and fall-drcfi Peroke*. all madeia thetttweft and nratell Pafhlon, and cheaper and better than any expofed tb publick S�le. All Orders far fixportation or any jMrc of England wilt be'duly ^ier*d. Frdb Goods every Fortnight ____ -i&cliil&n^OfficifarFiigrtlves and MiKiSwloWcTwfT of thflir rtfpeM HISTORY of SCOTLAND.* wiih ilio llsai �r Kotett tmc. ofatljr cn|n*'d by M>. Boiutd. Tb* Nsasken wUl b* txMiim^ *itt}L>j, it* tim 4)Trruid %Mng CMTcace to utj Xtim Book if faur'4 in SuiioiicrvNill, wboev^r pirste* it will be pseAntte wita tjbc utaM* lUciMro d|� j Pajw'i, ia fUuaIr Cms ia tb� Htnai ) a�4 Harris's, la AM�� ITTAN*s eminent Nervous Drops tor the of HtU. HfSmttk; Vtfoon. r�uMa%i �o4 Lnwnab uf Sfinln, Mfitatari ani Ti�abUnf �f the Hraii, Trtmbiii^ of itw Ntivn. aa4 all acrawws ftwyWats im Man. Wumei, aud CbiUicn, at not oa,j f. f?tm hj (kt aua? AAJaiiu 4aily puUifb'd et Ptitbm b�iu| cjrrj.iwuin Wluic tim ^^dn nam. (ht l.�id Mayuta, b�t t>) NunitKi, ul otix-n in a*'. nm�*a roAiflka, wbidi he ia'auda to pabhftln (heir p p�r Tifr. >pT.ctai. at ilic S     pf f'�r>c i��Mlr bdaa, the rU fa>*� f n, ao Lu.l(a(e-Hill ^ *i il>a (^rc factk'a Ha*4. a Taf1h�p, In t;f�� vr.-ifiinfl St. Jamai't Plaia | a�4 a( Mr. Oiwltr'a. ^  ft*   strvt   tUm  iuji   A(   tai, - ,    ^ � -,- r -^^ ^ Tba Rifhi OrifiaaJ Arcu,bul*4a Water i wcl kauwn for ita mnft A-^ '^-l/':-tcUct ^'1;. add UttiUalic Unnj, in tha Cur* ed uiwul aad ' '"^   

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