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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 16, 1749, London, Middlesex                                - .aft, - j| 4 S AT-U.R D AY�  Sep timber, itS* .1749. 5 $sv:3 Dr*/, September 14 HI Empreft Queen fat the Baftkk it lail'dU All the Outward-bound ere ftil'd. ArrivM, th* Eleanor, RoA, from South-Carolina, and the loll* end Zachary, Inches, from St. Kit's.  Wind S.W., Extraff of m Letter from HaOvs, dated Sept. to. "bur Cbmipondent at Pcttrfitnrg, which has hitherto �informed m of the extraordinary- Preparations which  woe nuking there to nt that Empirein'a Condition of  rtsdcnng aWtire the Defigns which the'Court of < u fufpe&ed to be meditating, of rendering that  Crown, after the Death of the reigning King,, defpotick*  tow intimate* to m, that a certain Conn having caufed  a Proportion to be made to the Empress of Jfaj^t, for her Imperial Majesty to difarm, in order to take away, 4 fron AtMfee all Snfejeft of Diftruft, the Smprefs made  Aafwer to the MrfciUer who propofed this, that Sivtden  htringv obliged her to. do what (he had done, her Im-'� perial Majeftjf couM by no Meant deftft from going on'  with her Prepintlont, and fhonld rernam armed ritlndt  only the Swedish Miaiftry, but the Prince Suecrflbr, � &ouU in -an explicit Manner* and without any �quivo-  canon* declare their real Sentiment* in reTpcA to the � frevent Form of Government. In the mean time all the � Advicet from the AWf onfointnuffy agree In telling ui |  dav died Mr. Pulled, in Partneifbip with Thomas Bevoii, Efqj eminent Ropemakets at St. Mary Magdalen Bcrinjondfey. 'YeftcrJay i.Gentleman Went to New-Prifon, Uerken-weU,.anddifcJuirgcd eleven Prifoncrs who l>ad no Bills found againft them at HtckwHill, aa�i la:d fur their Feci, which was eight SliiUmgs each, end the* gtvo them  Shilling etch. " Yeftsrday Momiag h Boat was ovtrfet sstatleajsVow' Bridge by a Lighyr, andtwoPaffengert we^ttn>tt��iately drown'd. On Thnrtday AfttrnOM a poor Maa wai craAM by a Cart agaraft i Houlethe End of the Oh) fewty, Lothbory, whereby hit Skull wai frecWd, of which twat thought he coold fcaroa recover. Tomorrow there will be two Charity' Sermons preachM at the PariOi Church of St. Bartholomew the IM� a Weft-SmithfiekL for the Benefit of the Charity Children belonging to the Ward of AJderfgatei that in thVMorning by the Rer. Mr. Lendon, of LTncoIn't Inn Chapel, and Morning Preacher of St. Bartholomew the Left, and that, in the Afternoon by* tko. Rev. Mr*. Moore, of St. Sepulchre, end LeOurer of St. BartholoaMw the Left. The Musical EntcRabments ai Macyboa>Gardeni will be contiuoed thit Evening. At the New Wells in GoodmaaV Fieldt, thb'ntefcnt Evening, will be performed, a new Enteriainmeht* call'd the Ship-Uaitclttwg* or Harltaum torn'd Fiyar.  The whole to coadudo with the Temple of Apollo. The Scenes, Cloaths, Mnfick, and Decorations are all new. To begin at Five o'Clock. Bach Perfon to. be admitted for a Pint of Wine or Panck. At Sadler's Wells, Iflington, thit Bvenlng Will be fwTrnted an Entertainment not penorm'd there tnefc twenty Yean FUti-Strtftt s and out of the Way of. common Surgei . ...... Jugular and Temporal Arteries, hedoejuitwlihtlacgreatafk Eafe and Delicacy in all violent Head-Aches, Diaataeft or Swimming in the Head, and all ether Cafes Where Bleeding is necefTary, which fetdom fails to give the Patient immediate Relief _ .     " .  ^,     � High Water at l^don-Bridge this DaV .at 4$ litanies after a in the Mofniag, and j; 'aT^r 3 In the Afternoon, i Ycfterdvy Bank Stock:' was 139. 7 Sths. Jodia Stock, 191. Soath-Sea Stock, it6 3 4ths a t Ditto Old Annuities, k>7 3 aths a 7 8ths. Ditto New, 106 t half. Bank Annuities 1746, 105 1 4th. Ditto 1747;noPrice. Diuo Lottery 1747^ loj a t 8th. Bank Ananlties! 1748, lofi 1 8th a 1 4th. Ditto 1749, 106 1,8th a 1 4th. Three per Cent. Annuities, too 5 8th�aj4ths. : Bnglim Cop* Tbe Publuk Are difirU tdmkt Notiu, , n*r Nutobex YJl#i�/ CMeraafctealHulwy of SCOTLAntt^m abt at ecuWMeit so the Sbow eili neic W��lr, Au^'oery jtni*ul�(9m/amt tadbmnofiik* He�d which it ssntVe tob.4eli�r*i wiw it ela*t w faaaw will hat the l�ublitk m�y l>� efhtth fMOnillraWt Watk, m� that mm thing Oall t�t�M th� futw< weekly t��ABe*Se#eftht Kaasktrt. Tfct Delay thl. Week, in ord.r to h.w the Pilot**W BofftjVt^jKtM ufM the own euA �no Uu moft acute PaintJa the Eyes, and wirhogt Con-nnenKAt to the Patieaov " Note, Thofc Pcriom that live out ofTown, will fiod Acwmnwdatioo at rer Houfe till cared. ' ' The ahove-lnention'd Oeit'lewomia nMJ� a very e"at Cii>e of a Dwgh � tcrof Mr. Vmf; whkh may be koown at their Houfe, a Turner*, in St. John> Sttev, by I Iffkenwell. To the worthy Livery mets of the City of London. GlNTLIHIN, J YOUR    POLJ.   and INTEREST  *rt  drfird for ' WILLIAM WHITAKER,%^ri�m tmddoil^rhr, Ttbecne of ytmr SJitrifft far thit Gtj and County tf Middltfm for tbf Yiar tnfuing. On ilofing tbt Beets r*fcrdaj, tbt Pell fteed tbw : For /Udtrman Wbiiaktr - �.....�   639 For- Mr. Corbet*., v  r.'."        . _ .    �. I.   IM._Al_   .1... ------t---m-^m Dgiai to Wa JiMJelly's Sbly rWI�, that **** -TfTOroTficCT, Miet>o�maB-MCT IicIuimiiib 1     "�*M*?.ftS!Sii:' o'Clock, on Affaiis of Importsnce To Edkuard Iromfide, Valenet Ctmmint, Ifratl Jmllibtrt, Par-net Neville, and IVtlliam B My ttefa.nf your AflCwer to our Uee -Apjxal, undrr the Title ^t Uw i�Ute tni CAq  kli v,e have uken the uunotr Ore to jvoid aII Mean, ut Olleneei 'til there/lite prclumtd your Complianre therein will be thought ttalfwaal-, � Weil fur the Sat�>fac1ion of the Hublick at oortrtve*. Ceittkmen. Wc ue depetcd by the whole Mcci.ng 10 (jt/fcntc vurtcivfi yoae nwft ham*!; >crvint�. Jamil Eiee, Je/tfb Wefi, Tbonat Siekter, Robert SotltU.   

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