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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 2, 1749, London, Middlesex                                r 'il n * -'1 ' S-Afjfe�.,BM,.-^,^^:;i(..^ t^^a.iuj, 25a*/, VME ^wn~end lattd, theEliea betb, MUtt. for F�to, tie Mn taje, Maeoeern for Poftfnoadi; the -Gtrflaghar, fot^ Aet^ao* j md feJtjrelCoelhtrr. Wind N. W. \At Bxrt�a / * Utf� finm m Hqfltmt t/8afil, -4aW /A� tot* P�~AllthftC�Moa��f *nrfnrWjrW form to be fcartdillaed * *ith the Rigour with which their Btfallcacics the Urgency of Btr**j0�* .proceeded agiiaaWlhc Pcffons * whom they nil ?5otpiratorV Md feverll aeatoiss Ra- * trlett ere epprchenfive that Affair* eft!) feddcitly take v*t�otb*r Tarn; the Ntjjnber of the Malecoeieets not * dlouftifhing,' ud their' Courage eagtneatiee in foch ' * Manner, at their PM&tufalUfe begins to pftbfickly ihew � Welf. . *  Amongft otherComplaintsof thetjsieanetnetdPawjr, * then it, one eery 6*9*1*4 me >�� aytjaartbcfr Go-ventortwillriot aemitil^lMuttiWhtm to DeeJhblifhed * fa the Capital of OmCejJtOfl, and difconraa* Cororiertc, a'pernicfon* Thinjr�the State; whereas *he Cine* : �*fJU&7. �*rhb, and fftttrew, as well.es all the �trn�Joiba *^TOfc�infi*ty*� whichwecftebliflied upon thoLawt "of true Policy, ereevery0*jr mekng�ewEfiTort*toex- * tend end open thefe Source* of Riches aadikftngth In � theirTerritoriet.   This �wtf Kimt flf Potii-j nf itiffli- 14 ttUbetet Dt irYnM, brings to Mind another Aft of Jealosrfr 1 :*:5rhichUcommon toelltbeSwifs.   Hulorianshivepr#. * Jcrved antfaentick Monprnents, which prove, tbu/ever "fieeethe eighth Century it has been well known, that >i *4ke MoaotaJnt of this -Country conceal rich Mine* of Gold. The Inhabitamt of the Coontryof Jherled>*t *$kD*y ineke great Advantage by walhine the Sand of - * tMAr*/�*� which run* at the Fool of foase of thdeMoun-f taint. But the Swiflcn luive bound UKirifdves by a Law. � get totoueh thefe Golden Apples, which grow, as it weir, * in their o^n Garden, and to conceal, at mochas in f then lice* the Knowledge oF, their being in PosTcffioa of . *iAm fran^tt their Neighbouru tothe End.ihattkefcmay �>,aHrrer�hdcrB|0 theTempttttbn of conquering the HekxtkA * JIfi,'mttx(icr to draw from thence whit is fought after "f'�t(uch.vaft�xpcnce aod Rifk in'the other-Hemifphere. , � ", *vTfceElcftor:of Gp/ox� is let out from jfn*?�ergt ia.  order to return to Bam. It's affurwl, that the iiaron de-' .''Hoefcb, MiAlfter from Bavaria, is -only going to quit * the Charterer of MiniAer Extraordinary from bis Court, 4adwill remain at that of his Serene SUOoral High- - * left Inl Qutlity of Mihifter in Ordinary.' ^ t   o   n   j>   o   n. i9hkj> Portfmoutb, bound for SptiQ, having Ottbot-d atveral Artidccrt and Uwnfils for the Woollen Mannfac- - 'tnre, were,ex^nin,d at the Cockpit, when ninoof them 'r'fWm difcherg.4d froakBail, and feeeja order'd |o concaue ..'n -Bell. The fame Pay. Orders were glfea for profecutiag feversl Tedoot concern'd in tliat Affair, agreeable to fevcral Afle - �f Patiiement  (one whereof was made in. the Reign, of Qgeen JSlizabeih) to prevent Artificers from going abroad without Licence fiilt had and obtain'd, whereby it is made ;J%tfsny.fbr any ArtiriceMO depart the Kingdom without -Penniflioo. . � - Afe\vt)�y� ago Charles 'Hardy, Efq; lete Commander oflheHornet Sloan, rt&gnU bis Employment in the Navy. We hear from Midharfl in SuiTex, tbat on Moadar laft there was a great Contefi for the Election of a Bailiff for that B^orough, when Mr. tienry Pruet Avas duly elccled on , >H.XJrvr.the Duke of Somerfet't loteteft, after a strong . ppjofejon. .'lefterday the Lady of Bsrnaby Backwell, Efq; was ; 6ftly dtUver'd of a Daught�|, at their Houfe in ^orfolk- A lew Pays �go was married at St. Panrs, Mr. Francis 'fittlton, of Gray's Inn. to Mift Molly Talker, of llorton Kirby, in the County of Kent. -cc-Monday Morning a Duel was fought in Marybott-FUldt;ii between a Military Officer and a Civil Gent eman, wterein'.'the letter was very much wounded in the Sword-Aim, They write from Newbury, that on Tuefday Morning !amelderly Man in thatNeignbo  on      Hand.   ' lis alfo fatd, that fome �fOrsnatioas jure been laid egaiuft him for Smuggling, :~he. has been advertia'd for Outlawry. Wednefday one filifht Lews, that bdong'd to the iuig's Brewhoufc, in Eaft-Sniithfitld, had the Misfortune f*0 have a Ca(k of Beer fall on one of his Legs, which fcroka the fame, and it being obliged to be cut off, he died tnerday. On Thurfilty J^>ght. about Seven o'Clotk. two one horfe Chairs running to get by each other between Eumoaton A&dEnjiekL one of them over-turn'd, �nd-Mr. Pcoifton, WW^was going for Ware, who was in it, wasibrctich *��wdjhs>t ii was thought be cannot recover. r"Vtry^Mfftr, Stft. i.   We the poor Prifoncr* on die t-pmjnof) flld�, wa:a Words to exprefs our Thank taisttis ^onr geatro ^ and worthy BcnehtBor Edward Ironiide, tilqt our j^'jfnt heriff, for twelve Qowtcrsi Loaves. Wo Checfet,      halt a il^cad of Twopenny, tcntto Alfo to wtr aifaW �.n��flxtl>. for tH^UUlngt Qt* *aieif � * iteWntnf, en4 te efter e hi the>Aftewbfn. withHf.;Horable, ourKeeper; paj^*4Xt �l for ML .        ,1. 4-  '   Navy*0�c�, Aegul> �,v�749  Guinea by e* ssaJaowa Haad. �4rk*d n. C. all which fr^fiBPfabUOA"*'  %JM.v�^                     $J> Keener, ttmfc rfJmm**       �i �n�vit�bly Mve J ii4,        t^mh V & Mtfft'* % tM MtrfinVi pevtflted in theVhaaahand �Pwartlt.of fotty have-^nni'd b.^^^jo f*�f. #*f-=f*r ��aW^W �/�?s fWU, - U to Pjrifon, out etVk* ftefped h�kl Dnty we owe^to *ur t/^r MaAr^kl&t. a*       wRM^f/ 4VM. *i Lires, rMMWiArtasHUng wr bar* loft miift!of oar Tbiitge in -A^�^/ k, fat *******    ' pnbttck^-;-: \ �   %>-x; Mr. r*in>p*r*tiu�rfcw for th� le^lg�oce    ricnV'dWfnta ^t^ mcw-Peir^ end for the^fovoafoble'jRee^eptidn his Per-fornMatjet kltct .jsrtth.* Jrle alfo eegs Leave to nfbuaint th�Gen^�n4 otbenk'rtbat be se Jpakmg extraordiniry PrtDaratsoaaa* Itie GreacTaettrtcel ante neatmefca paracalar^re wrllWlTdin ~ .the foiure.*. * \At Gapp'e Gardens, ther ilntaectrtal i^utjek etiaVtli SnmawSeefon,'" fcverel favon lady ady Fairb h, .to eeitvesM all nofV�!icale*dfc-r�e�sW��toTiw ion) aod to^cOsseiatls/llMdlk^in^^ work,*which has grVtn'^g^Satie^liDn t*\ end Grotty. ^Immj^^Sm-�wAi'VGa^l byt Sea Horf^^ .^jttjjtj    A^hsswrtan Worm, �nd mnrn to hitG'rorsjov' > Imjbmmm^ Place' � AtStdler'sWcfls* Iftegton.tiUt^^ aa Emcr^osneati^|^fom^tb0e�^ oU'd the -Harlot's I^gW Ttsn wWi w toccJade.wlib a grand R^iefoatMie�^f .|U f Cow-Liae, yja^ittW^fg^ll^^^^ ______    .. -snad^in ^newesl ^ a�s cncaner.and'better than any iex^d^jte Otdert^ E�&u^q%p giM,. obey'd.  Fmh Goods every Fortnight yrfiaday Baek Stetk-wsB i^^^ih/ .__ 190 i-lsalf. Qouib 8� 8ln)tV.r^,'i�^|Ma $ 8t^ay&il�. Three rer CepcAon�Wes soot�8tha t 4th. Mdkea JUak, no Prke. Equwalant, 'no Price. Royal Affinaece, no Price. Londe� AnVranoe, no Prjce. ��|Wb Copper, $1 jti. Seven: prr Cent. Rmpc�r> " r noPriee. Five per Cm.dittov np^ricn. Bank Cit^i cl. 17s, fid. Indm Bowie �|. . 8s. a a!. 'IT Salt Tallies �7f5. � Prije, Thwjer Cf^tl? Orders, no rrtrc. Nnmber Mill This    V*f T*. Fifth VWr oiwn^QMsMuStM ajitetike tiawjIisaHi&snitsaf tb*Ritt� rf-JVMtikttftft. latawltmlwT ,�^fasiW�Wi**^^1�,�,w*' THE   |^!Cr^ , .   f*Wf^, ,M 5^WAII&.iCna.sWj 'jto- esWv�aM'ael�r�>Emttfftrtt J%r� it, n-m to .............'yiyii^noArx^^ .  _______v - Vi W'tttiW.'C;^, �; :*1 --}-mSmh '^*e|tVay.#n%Jh>' M�Ig Jut Ttmkrt Prffjrtvmt *  WhMsi m^HB CmmitiH t* il ^ *Gm*Jn*Sim* tt ma afktmn Brit*?** timtyfhlitt. .-� r*� 6VA tin Om*itt� ?vifr mfrt of lln� HtytJi,.4*Eiih** 'Cltitr*tifth. in'tnttr^i*tvgJtrtfktk Bnfjnh mtjMt Ate* Anw tjw ttim h iim^Tm:   * J,yi�rvtr, Month, tiil* ft*fir Pu^hy/t Aall t* tftad Wr^kty Board of the.MJddlefest Hofpiial for 'Stot and  k    ^ � Lame, and for Lvieg'-fo oiarrled Women, >puini tht C&ariry f {fa B�ar4rt�iiv ikfam Olta CutJUtr* J'?/ pfly alt �ne t*a*-ki ra* KmmUw wWlwt eay JUaaswM >-* sfcir cittt* latartdaiaftawr Tkw(t>T *T(*. StsSkteV, tWCiAM SUI UCbrmfclU. TU get! of rrrtm ihr rw�J� fefiaaf4 wteia fsaat eitatOliflary, �iW out w >t th*( �t. Rafaan, aVM. Tnc-aeataaa w�i�-�n!aV4 Hrais of Robert Bnsr* u� r��ij to ht it. �ver'e tbi�I>>y to tW>vas) Stxft �na.a*s1 (*. Nvcn^ws' �fea ��-TTT�ttiit tlw'astiatt fhislt ' ' \ * ' Tat tfcaafjssawtAsrir*maaetnrfwn Hm*'*^** *mm**i, ad ttHra'i ovnij smart yiiaMt Jboj*�n> u tea Vtesfct&it of tbs Nwafetn, Tat EmWMiaWciyi titi, IMgss it the Owtnag*( r�BW�thaKiJI at< �Msretr mm, sum �mU aan�- - YMi Heait �r*  �� &�tii{saiaa.ai tUPvUktr aM the HWtltuM �TUtt>.^tfc ! c*ca?l�tatar, �> Pwthetn he�e. Iltalt aaf Ji�f� tnw, *Hskh �e�� the Va*t*uki�% to W as �r�j tatBMasay* sMJKMfatx. N�W. ft ariUo* Kmbcfotittt (Tadbml* tody for lUmr, an4 tbn.thtiwiUUtoanilWt  TUgoUWh onjh� �tow'4rt>isfct of Fat** dm FwaV Tfce tfaM bom whit* ifm Injunw m t�acar  �*W, .gives tfttnt. THAT (he i* to be confuited and (poke .�ita ia *)l C�m Rtt�n� to Um Eyes, on atmlays, WoiM'At)*. is.w Ycsototl!, oittwot latcmfdiiia. ty tiw ftaw itatdj. tkc Wtn| tt>� only Surrwf. on>u;bi up u ib� oletui Ail bj ilx wtil fc- �* Mi!1, j p-    �ai has pratla'' �"dt !���� Sottkt* Wf'4S fcw opo-Mdi at She pi* C�S> U Ukt umB acota Paia* fa tat Ktcs, **i atitbbot Con. ncsaost n� tat Patieais. ftu�c. Tbedir. rterftao* ttut bae aut of Toam, w'tiX ftnti AccotBswdMioa �t tu Huafe nil' ru� aiv wiltiaa to fuWcf.!� for trarffliiis]-�N Oamc'tcd tldt.in tits Uoomy lit Sariy.'tra^daflr^ rabMwUrt Tu(�bv nut, iht 51k 0/ St.trmWr. st ism WUttf H*(i mCoilJijrj, to confejder of ;ke mod ttfcfiu.il WtUjtsi* of Mtriaa ta*        lis v�~>">ioa�s�intt ftfaiW ana Hirlrr.._ ...... : HIS U  yvgsvef>tf> the OlRec(�end � OnrnfMY of b:s kt"ji-*>"> Sfei[) Sn'ieft,' chat tkdt SffMAiM of chc Pti�r W*hww fviiMU'i. w;U U m�| *t tl* alkri 'ofto Ofl�n{t:on.Or��t Towtr-HjJI, on Tfcurto�y tho aid tftfltat, on4 fht Shms not tnta i?ir*>4e4. win U ul osa> jUt^Tajy for, wynjt H  4>n o'clock ia th� Vinakwrl, to �U�W� M a ptat �i* tN (ft**. _ _ . the Office/s XTOTICK is hrrcby given to JL^I tad ComtoBbs �f ftti *Sj�4)fs Sr>�* ClAstn. Sfrtto 51e�|>, who w�ic en �oini thcev st'�� ttkiac tli Iuau fine w M#y 1744. il�*t **� will U nsiJ ttor uf�ptu*� of the fa.ri Pi�� W the Kine/sHt** Tavern w r�Ov��Ml�> ThmWJy rti 
                            

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