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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 6, 1749, London, Middlesex                                for Ci;>*       �      - '�-. Dual*  September 4. )RRIV'D, the Tryton, Aikcw, the l.umly, Reynolds, and the Sufanns, Larkins, all from Mil-ford $ three Dutch Ships from India; the Chert t, Payne, and the New Glouceilcr,Gorman, both from Antigua: the Beulah, Child, from Philadelphia; and the Elizabeth, Davit, from Anglcfea.    Remain, the Lapwing, -, for India ; tic r.n im \f't. y The rt pairing of the Fortifications of this city, Antwerp, Ath, Mons, Namur and Charle-roy, having been agreed to, 'tis faid that Prince Charles will foon let nut fome Engineers for that i'urpofc; and that the Dvf ilually ruined their whole ' Scheme, that fevcral who had dipt in it have taken the  prudent Part of immediately paying their Qjota* with  the bell Grace in the World.  We hourly expect to hear of feveral being hkewife  fent to Pnfon at Amflerdam, where, noiwiihlt-in line the late Placard againtt the Cabal* and inegu'ar Meetings ' which for fome M ...lis part have been held in that City,  with the fame t'.cLi and Confidence as if they were au-' thorifed by the Laws and Cotiltitutions of the P!uc\ pii - *ate and illegal A Armories are hetd on the fame Pooling ' as formerly ; to that the MagUtiates, to aliert their Au-  thorny, will be o^li ;ed to takeover Meatures. * Otir Letters fiOin London aJvife, that the Uiiufri Mi-  nifieri have declared to VI. ILiilelaer, that the Dutch  will be permitted to continue their Kilning in the Britifh  Seas on the fame Footing as at prcfent, without being ' subjected to any Search, or other Moleilation.' LONDON. We hear that M ney is in Town for Payment of part of the Inicreft due on tne 7 per Cent, ailelia Loau, aud will foon be applied to that Purpofe. It was Yefterday reported at Change, that the Indians had fciard upon the Lauaca's. Yefterday Morning his Royal Highnefs the1>ukeof c berland fet out for Wpoboutn Abbey, to make a. Vifit tc his Grace the Dvke of Bedford. Yefterday came Advice, that a large WcillnHit Ship, homeward-bound, her Name not known, on Sunday Morning lafi, in a hard Gale of Wind, was pu: *(ho-e on the Wdolpsck. and was in great Darker of being lort. We hear that lift Week the Right Hon. the I o d K.in-naird. Son to the Countefs of Ncwburglt, w;s married 10 Mifs Kemp, one of the Cohclrcflcs of -- Kemp, Eiq; of the County of Sufiex. Ycfterd�y his Grace the Duke of Portland rcfign*d his Prrfidcntfhtp to tbe Mtddlcfex Ifofpital Ycltcrtlay was held a Court of Aldermen at Guildhall, when -- Wallis, filqt of Cornlu'l, lately circled one of the Sheriff' of this Ci'y, fworc off from' fervlng the faid Othoc ; and on Friday next a Common Hall will, be held, to fil up the faid Vacancy. We are aftar'd that tool. p:r Annum has been granted by hii M-ij.-ll out of the forfeited Eftat* of Cha'rlcsRadclifFe Biq; to each of the Children of the fa.d Gentleman, for their Support and Education; as alfo 1 $01. per Annum for the Support wf his Widow".* We are alfo afiur'd, that Part of the Eilate of the late Earl of Kilmarnock, is granted to his FamOy for their Support. Jkc. laflThurfday died at tf Wife of Sir John Fridc On Saturday about IS m mil, the Rev. Mr. K'. iVtili of All-Saints ���' The fame Night a- s. uf-al i*73tor ^P ****** W,�rchc�. aftd V>vJ�. - �a V---?-- �-rV'�ido� �i�d� � V^;':^'       ______*^w-l^�'f">on. Vv'W^y Dink St--*k wn� 140 \ 4rh 1.," lu'f.    Semi".-??:* llo , Lady Barbara Frederick, off the Point, occ.ifi by the AfTitancu ot 1 On Sunday :wo . Gaol, f. wan Inn at Portf- -  ci.. A. M. Reclor of the ' '�. m "i EiTcx. ->.�.(''y ladcii   order to ir f.c Seffiaps for 'hi* C>ty ani 1'ou'nty. thi> Da> at the C�ld lUily.' There art a hundred und :v:niy t.-ven Prifoncrs to be tried, thirty-ei^hi of Whom ara r�r e.ipital Crimes. Lail Night fivcril Kirds with fine FeAtlurs were ca-ch'd and put into the cage in Covent-Gard'rn. Pn Friduy lait twenty young Children were received into the Hofpiut for the Maintenance and Education of expo fed and deferted young Children, and were baptized there on Sunday one of which, a very fine Male Coil;!, was named William Peon, in Honour of tbe Memory of that worthy Englishman, the hue Sir Willi 1m Peun, Vice-Admiral ot Eigland, Sec who took Jamaica from the Spaniards, and did other fpecial Services lor this Nation : He was Father of the late William Penn, Elq. a worthy, h Reft, and wife Mar, who in the Year �6Sz fettled a Colony of Englifii Inhabitants up in the now thriving Province of. Pennfylvania in North America, in fuch a wife Mannar, that they have hitherto lived in perfect Friend (hip with the native Indians all 'ound ihrni. without the leaft Intctrup:i n, which no other Englifh Settlement in that Part hath fo continually enjoy'd. On Monday Night a Woman was found drowned in the River near Chcliea Water-Works : She was foon after owned, and faid to be the Wife of a Gardener at Lambeth, and was acciden'aHy drown d on Sunday lati. Yefterday n Sdvcrtmiiii's Boy near during Crofa was defrauded of P -tc to tbe Value of near ;ol. On Sunday next the new Organ, built by Mr. Bridge in the Church of Si. James Clerkenwel), wdi be open'j by Mr. Stanley, Organttt o* St. AnJrcw 11 Ibnrn, and the Temple ; when two Seimons will be preail.'d for the Benefit of the Charity Children ; that in uic .VJonnng by the Rev. Mr. Doughty, Mmilker of the faid v.in rcn ; and dint in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Canluui, Cliaj lain to the Right Hon. the Earl of PI: mouth The Dorclufter-Bcer Vi�i" a tain ft the Duke of Devon-wire's, in Piccadilly, arc to be lett. At Cupei'sGardens, the Entertainments of Vocal and In ftrufucotal Muiick will, during the fliurt Remainder of the Summer Scafon, begin at Five o'clock a;>-l end at Nmr, (with fevcral favourite Songs by Signora Sybilla, particu larly My Faith and Truth, out of the Oratorio of Sam-fan) sm to conclude with a curious and m. ^nifitmt Firework, which has given great Satisfaction to the Nobilny and Gentry, when Neptune will be drawn on the Car al by Sea Horfes, and let Fire to an Archimedan Worm, and return to his Grotto. The Entertainments of tht> Place end Tomorrow, the 7th inftant. At Sadler's Wells, lliington, this Evening will be rrefented an Entertainment not pcrform'd there thefe twenty Years, call'd the Harlot's Progrcfi. The whole to conclude with a grand Representation of Ranclagh-Gardens in the Manner they were decorated at the Jubilee Ball. To begin ai live o'clock Kacu Perfon to be admitted for a Pint of Wme or Punch. At the Nov Wells in Goodman's Fields, this prefent P!vcning, will be pcrform'd, a new Entertainment, call'd the Ship-launching, or Harlequin luri'd Fryar. The whole 10 conclude with the Temple of Apollo. The Scenes, Cloaths, Muiick, and Decorations are all new. To begin at Five o'Cloclc Each Pcrhjii to be admitted for a Pint of Wine or Pouch Great Variety of all Kinds of ufeful and ornamctal fccond-band Platcand Watches, at Prices extremely low 1 alfo much Choice of large and fmall new Plate, chafed and plain, haifbed by the bcA Workmen, and in the mod clc->ant laftc, for Exportation or otherwise, continue to be old at Mr. Stafford BnfcocV old Sliop, the Comer of Friday Suret, Chcapilde, the Goidca Bail only, who giro I.o,t,rv ,^4-.  �^ t �.h, a , hlh,. ' Ditto Cent. Annui-ir. iu1 �       � � |th.    A1Hon sL ? �ec Price.   Fq.ivalenr. no ^"C   Rova! AfforJrf* ho P "0 London Aflnrancr.        i f.C,'    fen�l,j�,..iW.. Seven per Cent   Kmpfrv's Loan*. ISO ftkv Cent ditto, no Price.   Batt^ CtKufa-t'on na �?rlce   iJaZ Bo.d. ,1. ,?s. , j|. ,.   Thttt , Mr Salt T-lUcr ,-I' o P ice    1 i,rec ,*r Cent, fvtcheq j, r Or fet % tn t>v: *J* no T Navy Office, Anguft ti, i;4�) HE Prindpal Ofort aid CW.-e.v'f-*?. rr nf I,, M^itf* Month, til Tri o'CJtii in tbt Meriting, tlif>ii   F.yhcr, {>'.. aii- Ft*tins *v*v /9sJS - aiit-K.i ri-e i.i.j S.i's      /-j r. st t'-r-i.fl -aid  /.��,. i�lVsy��.V iVfjid ''f r-..t./i .-!...� at 11; lixt' -v'/r.W i>,-n after'fix Utf tf $��1,; th IK-fj.:J: I; f.r' /rr r, At*(tfo\  tffny �f''f A'�.'�v. r'v.-r .; //"..--wV.), tij 1 $tb :nji'jt', ji tit Fcroii'k, t'jry f.'�,�,�.', tj t'.i to tht i-t*(rtf Bidder /tvntt* Lit, iff, iv. �->/�.'.- p. f, VVri.'/-6/i. IftoKQi awi ,utj l
                            

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