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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 6, 1749, London, Middlesex                                F R IDA Y, October 6, 1749. 08clxr 4. IRRIV'D, the Chefter, Corkfoe, from Briftol j the Richmond, Groat, from Liverpool t the Delight. SoUit, from Mahon; and feveral Tranf- Kts from Gibraltar; a!fo two ten Indiamea from the Weft-ward ; and the Philip, Hill, from Hail for Leghorn. Game down and faild, the Neptune, Beaton, for MarTeillcs. Wind W. S. W. flast, Stft. a 1. On Wedncflay Morning Ufl a Native of Sicilr having bad the worft ia a Law Suit, in which, lodgment was given s^asaA him by one Or. Morgigni, he waited for him near In* own Dow with a Piftoi loaded with a Brace of fUUi, which having difthatged through hj* Head, be very calmly walked into a Church that flood over the Way. His Holinefs being informed of the Faft, and the Circnaaftances attending h, immediately fent his Guard* to iaveft the Church, from whence the Criminal was taken by Force, an/ it is thought will be executed ai ke deferves. '1 Aa ExtraS tf a Utterfrtm Am^TEXdaM, JattiOOtbtr %. � How nrceflaryfoevcr it may be for'bii Serene Highnefs  theStadihnlder to enjoy fameRepofe, hefaerifices that, and  even hi! Health and Pleafure, to promote the latere*, of � the State, with the Reins of the Government of which 'Providence has iottuftcd him with.  All who are in the 1 ��t__m*nfy ��; coo Au*iluncs whenever they fhall flaad in need of tact* Adi'^^fr -      -   ------- A iaau* iiom Pari* aaention an odd Affair which tup- Ei not **mg ago in that City. The C'bap!ain of the reft a* Canj|a% returning home pretty late at M>Kht. jaaaajajai Jw two Men. who came behind him, muffl:J hi* fact U kit owa> RaWf and then bid him come along' *** taeas, ankhoaa ntaking any Noife, promiAng to do �"�anno hurt.  Br dkcfe Coaducloia he,was brought to  larajc Houfe, amilnnodnccd into a Halt, where he found � Lady, whom he was dircfled �o prepare for Death. After he had cabfelTcd her, a H > rchicf was tied over �J* *je> J Se was next conducleu uito the Sueef, where a Coith �.ucd that carried htm to the Louvre, where he f  w*� (tt tiown We. Yeftef44> WM held a Wardmote at the Parifh Church of W-Mary M*yl�!-n Old Iifh Street, in the Ward of Caftle �rynwd, fot ta. Eleflion of two Common-Council-Men Jet the tasi Ward, mtjba room of Mr. Rohan Twretr,aad Anthony Lucas, Efijj lately decanied. The Candidate* were Mr. John Pittway, Mr. John Hopkins and Mr. Thomas Holdeo, Surveyor 1 nvhea Mr. Pittway and Mr. Holden were declard to hate the Majority of Hand* i but a PaO being demanded ia Favour of Mr. Hook ins attainl! H>. Holdan, the fame wilt begin this Morning at Ktne VOork. �. Teftcrday the Partlh of St. Clement Danes, at a Veftry. agread, that his Majefty's Attorney General'* Opinion Oranld be forthwith takte in order totally to fupprefs t ie notoriein Bawdy-Houfes between the Church-Va*d a^d Temple-Bar, and to profecute all fjich Houfcs within the (aid PariBi with the ntmoft Vigour 1 and alfo ta give tvfuch Perfon or Pcrfons, on whole Evidence the Keeper or Keepers of fuch Houfes fhall be conviQed, the Sum of five Pounds, over and.above all their Colts, Cheige*, and Expcnces about the fame. A laudable Example t worthy the Imitation of the neighbouring Pan(hes, for the Good 'of the Publick in general, and for preventing the Rain and untimely End of ralh unthinking Youth.    " A few Days fince died Capt. Henry Rogers, of the King's Reginient of Foot at Gibraltar. - Mr. Henry Rogers^ Son of the late Capt. Rogers,' is appointed a Lieutenant in General Winard's Regiment of Foot in Ireland, This Week Mr. Barnard, Son of Mr. Thorns* Barnard, formirly an eminent Linnen-Drapar in Fenchurch-Srraet, but many Years fince retir'd to enjoy an affluent Pattrnal h)gheft Reputation, wu married to Mifs Hanbury, (a mod agreeable young Lady, with 100001, and every Endowment neceffary to make the Marriage-State happy) Daugtrer of Mr. John Hantyiry, a conGderable Merchant, in this City, a Gentleman univerfalty known and ctleenVd. Laft Week the Lady of Mr. Cornewall, Knight of the Shire for the County of Hereford, was happily brought to Bed of a Soa, at his Seat of Mochas-Court, near Hereford. On Wednefday died Mr. Hopkins. Maitrr of the King's Head Tavern the Corner of Chancery-Lane, Fldct-Strcet. Yefterday a Gentleman'* Servant riding an unruly Horfo in the lower Road, Chelfea, and leidtrg another, was by the ftarting back of the Horfche led, nulled from that he -rode uf onV and dragged a confiderable Diftance with one Foot in. the Stirrup, whereby hi* Collar Bone was diflo-catcd, hi* right Aral broke, and was oihtrwife fo much bruifeii, that avaaa he was taken up there was little Sign of Life ia Ms*. On WaalsjeldayKight about Seven o'Qock, Mrs Lyle, of fhingianuii Banai, in Company with another, coming from faafiaasaa. Was attack'd in her Coach, and robb'd by , two. Higa��jrmeii not the Bridge in Hyde-Hark of their Money, ftiags. See. Yefterday Morning a Fire broke out at a Coachmaker'o in Wincheltcr-Strect; but by timely Afliftauce was prevented from doing any great Damage. Yefterday a Man, faid to be one Walker, a Shoemaker, in the Minorie*, was found dead in Tower-Ditch* near Iron-Gate t he had a violent Cut on his right Arm. On Tucfday Morning h Sailor Was atuck'd on Dartford-Hill in Kent .by three FvOtpad*,1 and on hi* re.fufing to deliver his Money, they gave him three Strokes with a Cu'.Ufs, the laft of which cut oflThis Nafe. and then robb'd him of his Money, and a Ticket for 701, which he had recciv'd fqr Wages. Laft Wednrfday Evening as Mr. Mackheath, Surgeon, at Charing-Crofs, was coming to Town from vifitmg a Patieht at Marvbon, met with fix Mtn in the narrow faf-(age by the Halfway-Houfe, who in paffing him wifh'd him a good Night, but however pull'd off* his Hat, which Hooping for, and taking it up, gave him a Cut on his Fore-brad, upon which he drew his Sword* and fought with them all for tome 'lime without receiving any more Wounds, and all of them went away j but examining his Sword af-tetwani*, found it very, bloody up to the Hilt, and chopt y Places as if it wa MO Ql& AwiuJu**, no Piite.   Ditat $Uv� t�j % 6ths a 1 half. Bank Annaitk* 1746, toeWftaa 1 ath.   Ditto no Price.    Dino Lottery �74/, too < fth. Bank Annaittrs 174!, toy 1 fih for the Opening. Ditto 17*4. toy 1 8th fot tlteOperrng. Three ier Cent. Annuities tox a  tih. Sevea percent.. Km-perot*< Loan, no Price. Five pvr Cent, ditto*- no Pritev OankCirculation, rra Price. Inda Bond* ]|. foe. a if*, a 191. Three t half Salt Tal'ics 174$, i �. Ptemioa*. Three per Cent. Rxchrqucr Orders* 11 s athlXfcouat.  . ^PHE BO.0'JCrKB�.PER"s GUItUS. PtmIk >VHti�jn thtThcoiy of th� Att .�* tkwiy *>*JUi*>'4, aai �Jka iwtMc* rtfWt'd faff *tti C.miU*(| tn Ptite f**tt�." .    ; Pmi f. Cdm*mtr>t  W��i�n �T totfe-Kmi**, mh she WMsisk Wif* Othtvt ana VMlimri BwsWWI m the Ttaat* at' a lisnfh. Drst>r.M*4  Oraat* �aa way ** *4i�*�4 ta ai �*J*nt lMssamaat P�rt ll. Omt*ia:n|� Srec�*Mn af B�h^KHTlne, aftw tht ttUan Muuitr, ay a aVuW tatfy ia�� the UM,t* % ana �t*fhi ta TtSaVAom ttd SnOftonMts, ih� cMktr rttaii tlwit Snwh, �a tn>�(*�<*- *t� �e t��h i wkktlintlM UU|tre# �!! Jstak* k �* a isalti Eatrt at afbrtUd, anl awAtae. ta Shofkwan*} *aa *r*Mrciatly *JkaC| who *WI ta w:�ft3tt> Way 1 yWn Stack h fctMcnre ent laM PirtkaVin,*mya^af*>hkh*nwfc*n*iwa*xhai  al whkh *    " Part IV. Attetnatk. 'hath t . aiVrchan! aaiM taast a*nar*ily ejM ae4cr .the Massieef Mirehmia in a thitnafMck anii rot*laa *fthie*Y ana � j*eas*nlye#� lonti ta M*rcht�n, who�, I>iaN(� Ae the wait yt�t i*a wteSMdh rfjjoi. (btthja Tia rt And th* Vawty af aflttlesal Cha*tn**4 Ch**^' ih�t �ti�wt in* gJib^wiUn-'tpJ Imiaitathiit *f Oaii�Tt aatfcr*'jaaalF a in* I^b^wiba-'tna Ja^jfatiathin af ffi>flhyi Method af B 4>, **W Ii*ft4*m im Fmttm*ih  � Sola k� iha Aathor. tn* �1 a to tmtHiitM, *t �w> U*hlat>aaA fKiaf St. M*�nn diurth, Lenion BtMft 1V WtU^hkf>�M4l| W. aftyrr, in M�}'� BttiikM*! j. Il�Vin6)�. at the Oittta Man in tuJB*H.Stmt 1 and at. Shctpty* and** the Piasaa af the *V*|al For i the     T  E  E  THi Br lit MmitJI/t Rtjat Ltttft P*tm t R.   GREK NOUG H'�   Tinto*. th* ana if wMch |�nf<  com th* $,it*f im tan Chaw, ----       Li    -  -a-^..  -iw -� - .a,rv. ^*-'.Jj a^yg-gjt^jaa^h rla. i^aswtraarai KasipjX., ��taiiai .aaBBB^..w*aaBBwtxaaaiAj: ^ � . - *V ^ a i*i*^*b JaaA*kt^*hwdft a^^fe*KVJ|*Mg*J^*-,, ^yg^*^*!! AAco* aad pafww* tha TEEIH an*�at> lacur^rtuay, ind ktft Uch u �r*a>c�y'  rH.A /WaaeiwJ and �� � Uril* T1�M pnMklf ����* it I ttwa *kin o*e� �*�V**� Said only by | K�wt�ty. at th* Oat* *�d San near .�.the Oaf*w. Houl* in St. Paul** C*�r�h Yui i and by *h* Aathar, T. Citfaaajh. fkfott-mm, aesf St. Stywkbr*** Charch, 5*�w-W.U, iMdae, Unas a*. '(rhtVittlr. �   < * .� �.'   v.-;�.V.'--- Good Altamka t� Mmhant*, Ot*t*?�* of Sh(f�� and ShaahiVfenv who My Qmuniri'-* ta fell apin, and D Ui af DitttLon* saay V* mm ai' Fr  mtndtUm tn thh Payer.   . ' .         jtjh'* rivt Afj/�Vt, tbot mU'tJntfii*} thtttbof Nawmttrmtt^ in tit Ftrtmtn, tL.y/fallt* rrdj to IH** i*Hbfiitb Ptt&tfmt may bt ViiHiifg /a Straff fir tbt/hrKtjl i^fat^Jtfj Mijrtfi SAito tmdVtfiU i\�tb Prwifismt, at m^tmtPmtC^iltbmmi^ ami it in tvtmt tbtrtof. And that en tit fittn* D�r tl.y fl*/t h trtf* reij H traffic tit ViOaudlifig tffktb / lit te�jtfy't Stiff ar ir^taftnf, i* tbt Juii Ktngim, at may ttntb tittr, mmd tt in enter, mf Pnvifitmi. Tbt CmStkns ef tbt Cantmfi may bt fy* ttt tU Sttrttmrf$ Ogiet at tbt f'itin�Ui�n to, CtmlttrJ*, ttar c�/t tttdutt kumSU Sc/wa�f� Thofaas HoUr*, I^Hh Officcrt, Forematt-ivlen, wh! Mannet, beWnyine to hts Un/tmy'* U�t� tt� Mtdwar ** Dclfdka M*a of War, aadu ikr CoaadMtd af Coaamaae 9>a(t, at the l*>nam *ha MuuUa U�*s ctikd tb� Uimomn* Shtv, mi tfaeSb�eh�* af Mifcii*. on the a
                            

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