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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 14, 1749, London, Middlesex                                .if 0 its- DAT,  Sgrt�ai�*R Ua te 'tkak Stpltmltr 12 *r, *" RRlVD,.. ;iiP,43jtffe e|!::C09Mi^'.bjr. the Corps de Vilie, at tl�l Bind of atVimi wa* the Dtfkede Ge�resr   "ftieT weat .dbWfy toth�Cb�ndiofN�rtre*D^nKr. where fhev^eard^ JUi/E^AA frd^jIbem.Wot to Prayers to Stf Gouv^re. tfcW afterwards ma%: the TOta- of tfa^Bu'oa br the Po� Kftfrsfld the Pow'Royal; after Diaacx the; walked in-the" Garden, of the Thuilte^s-**ere, there was a|n#t OonC6qtf lrf*ey Ibd M temag Hem. .After this the/ wejnt to the Squatc^^of Loakle ; Grand, and to that Jes Viaoires j aad ma-fct oat, in order to return to VerfaiUet.   Tbey were fidated vpoa _ and -retaramg,�b/ the Cannon oF thelnvalidi and it of the City. . '  ' '.The- Dauphinefs di pt, Harrb c* th* Hijlrwar of a Si^er Watch and i^uk*-, in Ooabphay wtth  Man not fH take! i"aad Thotna* Cu* -ford, fotrernrniif; It^.T^afpdrtatioa. t*�n *e.*e call ft/ Traa^port^rioe^ *od^fix:a^a�ed. Tats Moraiatf will end the Scflkmi at the Old Oaily. the loageft Which bath beeM known there tbiffjr Ycar�. and tbe iR^taive OltornaU will teeelif* their $)wten�cs, of whom nineteen aj� capitally conttCUd. Laft Tttddaj died Mr. Thomas Cbnflible. a wealthy Tinaia* In W6*d^tfett. This Day. comes on tb* EWtioo of an O^uift to. St. Aadrew Uaderftaft, in Utadcnbali-Sttect, in the Room of Mr. H�n, t!eceu'd: for wfden there are no !tfi than twd�e Candidates: Bat hii^ general Opiale�, that tW Sutf^ fjleCwbsch. has been greater tha* cotamoaly known on (bch OrraiTon) aritt4a> betweee tbe foatowhig'Gtridelwnr, ihi Jfo-nit-.9&Ummm&&fmb^d Yetb-rdiy ceWaiaa the yowmj Woman ftlfiaf out df thoFlytng ChaietV � ^eaWt^Fridfeat F^O^latWu attd fet od Foot by fame iir-naiitf,d'^tt'f�a�,I'wSc-,wig-twoj>e welt but thern m that Prlofets, ||hr(hal $axe trows better of the Hurt he received by tatPaU he Jatery bad as ke was hnntim;; and it is imped 4MI1t aliUbhTenO bad Ce^c^tscnces. * A Day or two.ago the Duke of Rkhmoad arrired acre fete London. -   ft is arTored, that in Conf�jti�ce of the Petition pre fated tO the King' by the IoKabttants of die Quarter of: Bfrty, end of DauphmcU-Strcet, a new Projctt ha* been' . bt on Foot for tranijpoiting the PedcAtialStatae rrom tbe Square det ViAoire?, oVer4�ainrl the Ho:el Royal of Invalids, and putting in this Ian Place the Eqactirian Statue of the King; and if this Projoft u not accepted, there is another, tor appropriating to tbis Ufie att the Ground on which the Hotel cl SosSons lands. The King fet& out .on Wedntfdiy wort from Cretcy, in order to go to Navarre, where brs Majedy will day two Days.- - The Duke de Tatttebaarc. Peer of France, died the yth, in the 16th Year of hu Age. The jMarchioflefr de Chatetet, to whom the Pubfick has juOly given |he Title of the Modem Sapbo..by Reafon of hex extraordinary Geciut. died the uoth at Lunerille, � theaitb Year of hsr Age, of the Coafec|acnccs of a : Lying-in, after having been twenty Years without baring ay Children. L     O     N     D     O     N. On Tucfday died at her Hoofc at Piufon*. Green, the Right Hon. the L'our.tef* Dowager of Ptmbrolcr, Rciscl of the late Earl, and Wife of the Hon Jobn MordaUnt, E al% and w�rc rww'd firasm. YfeBerday there poU'd at Guddhalltar AldcronWhtcakw/ |�^^ toe Mr. Cotbeta t.  Th. Whnk rYaiBbe^^cfg *�a*J fdres; for erery oaw coocein'd can tvflily. that Sowhwatk Fair was never c�n^ on with ^gopd a Decorum, not oWAi^Ja^awvjif^^ u�r rt^:mmm^^:mi cityVM two, liv�eral, TriaKW^ Akaawlrr ForbeT �� Ourtti CMnr>ingba?. both rfikw Appcearicai.ihlt^xy^trieflrft fotWulilng add. givu� ojfcbrioxs Langahffc to fome of the Soldiers of Lord AiicramValegime�t, *lfle ow Ditty in the Caflle i am) the tecocd for airatking in a riotous Ma�M�.Gejrgf 5pke>; a ^^fit^B^g^^^li of the Caaon-Gatr, aad afterwards ih^ 4*r Lawo.Marka�; wmm waeeiMy-- %Ji�e^.ti#s^ ' JCby* -a^Sliimtm Ssffeaj^StMtnli^mV ejrffnied, and araerriated, d* laid cSarleeOraadngham in Ac Seta of aoo Merlmr^ ordoiatd,^ b^ Bar to tlm Tc�a�oth^^pf :thi? Q^^^w^^ to^^rffdorn or of' to aay-of the Smmu _ __      JQ^Afingmnv any- of thk Catyy. or � Ma mber - of any of Snae�ofcn^t�Ja>lHaJirMcm^ Of-ttua, � 5mtcoce, and ordained him to ttasefti in Prifon tiltfhe - fcsfl^nd Intfcieot CamId6'to bsnilh ' OaJex the Penalty of 400 Mcrk�Bcots,'ii|d, in .caic :.pf-  has Return, that he fl�U be imprisoned ia dm fo^efidd � Tolbooth. there to reaain for the Tftw to'iol of �  iU8'tw^:|ioitiii^ '7- '>� TtefJimom Pitrtimimttcmeij.mittttr /hmiT*mt*t. On Memday MrJfiutf a gnratNumber of R^wtjrf,,ajr well as-Fatine^. for hi^ig %|riiat Ttanenlj but a Nomber of the Avoirs hnvmjj -�eriy in the MornW ieg prOvidml thcmMves with fluags, fome of which were �mhiccn -Inches in Orcumfcrencc, paraded througlf the Madket, fveclaimirg the Wages to be Nine Pence, and that they would allow fiSaovo go oaTaader that-; not-withdanding, ievelal hired at Six Peace and Seven Pence j andvtbe Farmers a|tempring to go, a#ay, ^rrying the Hooka of those they .had hired, were attacked by. the Rioters, knocked from their Horte*. add ilm Hooks wken from them, particabrfy from one Mr.'Walker, aad from Hf. Crocket of J ohaioabnrn hi. Gardener j tha J^fy being hedged ia by feme Houfo, U was with fiteai Difficoky.begot off t it u feported fioce that he is ^tid; However, many of the Reapers, as fond of Wdtk as the Farmect were ef hiring them, agreed for aha fame Wages j but were no fooarr aitempting to go off the Markett or ileal away through" bye Roads, than they were turned again, and lakeways pdmt* who had eakea Shelter in Houfts, till they got a proper Opportnnky to flip off to their JUafters,. wfcre pulled out and driven to thctdarket: ThoTe who.anade the | kai Rcstttiaice were beat, had tljnirv Hodks .taken from them, broken and thrown into a Loch whieb is near at Hand. The* the Ricftcnwcat on with Thread of burning ihe -Town, if any in it oppo**d them: In the mean Time many of tbe fjifco were^gfad to get off, leaving. fufA aithey engaged.to follow them the bcR Way they could, but not without Vpllica of Sticks and Stones being fern after them ; wbilft other* of the Farmers refohring, if poiuble, to fecure fome of them, hitedshem at their own Prices i but one of ihVRJtogieadcrs, thus lured, making off, was foiffewed arid taken, with the Help of fome of tbeTownfrr.cn, who were defined to ahW t bereupoh the Ajarm was given by the' Rioters, and'* Number of them coming running to the Re Itefixf hem iemcd, cattmg. oat Cut-Throats, tbe ScufHc eaiaedt; muf of the Rioter* were beat down upon the Spot, ajui five-second,. one of the Narhe of M'Cleod, anotner of _dseflame of ^kianer. and the other three Grants�, others; ia the COnfvJoa made their Efcape, but luckily no further Mtfrbief happened than broken Heads. Thefe taken Were' iamcdiaUly carried beXofje two Juilices of Peace in the i Kemjhourhoa^Livko, upon e^ajauiing into the AiTair, com- 1. eWHiMamwwmaia  : We learn from Rotrawrtounefii |hat on"$�t^vfRAf|i %)'wgUft, as four Pciidns ��ef inf, there* a ^6u of Capt. Drurrw^tai) in the Jtoadon Trwic froth Borrowlfoancfs, > Mr. SgBttoutt Merchant there, and � Snilof cif the Nirnte 4f^��d�.V''l|s*. EgliuMmn K�i on tbo Bottom of Ut* Boar*wr^hevfirfdV> ferveifby a.Slbfth in the Rtv#t, who fotlt MrBMt f; tot a.Guineade^i-  vef / YelUrday to Mr.' Hof join  r S^day'rrexf.mrtTah^d, will bei.Aho Cafe of Mate* VnTrade or Bunnen in UndoV, AcT n>� taking the OalhV; wKtrhet a BtrieficM Ckigynfaji can, im Confckncr. marrv i whether there maV ium |� Plota' of States againft the People, wOtft thaft thoff M'Pf^ "fii Malta agaiAft thofc Jiates,,' Confpirtty ^.feOm* merce of Bngland t CrUicirmon U$t^SpdWvThe Avignon Journal: Ltty.Pop*or ReHgiott* Ptip^.whith baft7 Advice to the. Bs. and Cttrgy to be.bury*d itf thvir q*� Pews, like 1> B.  *�* /fhe Whota to 'eomtl^de tsittk the, T^irrpTo, of Apnlla. The Scenet, Clffa^^Mijfick, and Decorariont, are all new. TobMin at^iVi'$Om.> EichPsrfon to b*admitted fov a Pmt of Wiua or Piihch.,.     . At 3ldJer>WeUr,T motion, t hi. Evehit^ wiU ^nrafvi^d a1 Entertainment nmpetform'd there thafo twehty Ye*rt caU'd-tha Ha/tot's�h>gr*fl. 'Tb�'wh�li�>to ebf*cl�de*lfh a grand; Rffpmfentatmn of RMne)*abGirdm,^ tKd Man^ net they Weif derated at the Jftbiloe Ball. To begin at Fiva otCreck Sack Perlba. WltittVl m>,� Fftt (>f ^WiaaJofiFaach/ -   :     "     y ' -r^W..^. Hlgn vV.'ter � Lona^rr.lfridgfr' tW 'DaVat^B WlnW^ � " id't6W flnrWAftrtnw^ after r In iha^Morhtng, and'j6 after * in to ^ener1r�r^ ^W.ijifVtfT too i half. aoUth-Sea,f ^iock, no Pric*, . tnd^^u�c)f� �74bt ��i i.wm- yitto 1747. .too l(   cry 1747, no Price. Bsnfc AoonUlei 174^. ikt) itto 1749, jod i'8th.  i;hrw yer Qywl Awal� 1 h�lf a $ Bth,4    MUlio-^hkrtrO'lPiS, DutoOtd'An^ rtuitier, rt>7 3 +tlu a7 tohir Dittj New,itoPriof,B�nk AannHies 1746, lOj-VSth.  Ditto; 1747, ,io� ft ash. Ditto tottery 1747, no Pr 1 Bfh.  Ditto ties, IOO: I Ec,iMvaJem,,ftO Price.'* Roys! Ajr^ance, no Pr,ke. ..JL.0V don AflUrarice. no* Price,    frr^lifft Corner^ jL to*. Cent, ditto, nbPricat* Bondi 3]. lai.Vaii "Q P^ce. y   - --     .....     ,    - By r*v> KIMGV A new a�� Msutifal IVl of th� HOI.V BIBLE, t,w h* C,,tJo?yf .h% WwM.'.ff APOSTi.es, *w. -With Mfm*u & The Sastef Pilnit i� �  WluV hi* U$]**t'* Bo��l,.UcfiK*. PiUued mly for 9. Awfttn, in NswgjMjbtrMW �oJ (oii �xfh� 8**' ^0�* lay.nd,'�c^li�j. tMJrerW. 7   \    ,-     , ,   thg wcmliy LWgymtnQllhc Gito(Lox7ifMt Gtmtiimin,   v���.V�.#, �'�  �*�*;�    "    . wil^jam miitAKWtf/idtfr^rt^^tei To be �*t ofjwt Sbrifi fir th(, Off antQMKtjrvf'MMkfi* , On drf*!-, ft* Bwi/i Yffl*rd*$,.tht Pell fteJ tlmi: Fur /flArftwn fF/ytaitr   i   �   �i ^ 577" Mr. Qt'iefr - - . ��>�'   ^7 AW, V* PMt'B*** v-tll h eto>fdtk� D^Jr^<9ff^L, v('.h,i/e'Ont, ntvt'n.UhoiftfhiK tb* fa*J$tqrt fwf-XXj**�** ft   Rm�Jj Uuin$ from 1 mc\ m ih* }l
                            

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