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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 24, 1749, London, Middlesex                                en 1* V ESS A Yf Ottoiti^i, 1749. 1 � , Smtthtrs, for Ltfbon s the Neptune, Noket, for New-York. Remains the Pompey, Burnet, for Jamaica. Arrived the Boulter, Stamper, from Malaga, WtodN.byW. Jm BxtrmB if * Ltitrr from tht _ Hactfl, dated OOohtr sz. � Onr A'dvict* -from Brnti'fh inform at, that the^ndi�t * which kai lately been publifhcd in die Province* of, the * AnJMtnFittbtrlanai, relating td tb* current Coin of thofe * Provinces, has caufed a general Commotion� the Con- '  (eonovce of which was, that, no Body, not evei ibe Pea-; * fluttaaao! Country Women in the Markets, would recefrt * let Coin according to the Direction* of that Bdid. by * Reafo* of the Uncertainty they were in, whether it > * would BotbeittpjErceded.  There ire fbme Cities where * it hat been torn in Pieto.  In fhort, the States, of every ""'Province, and the Magtliracy of the principal Cities, have \ * feat Deputies hither in order to make Remonttmq^ei to * Prince tSfcn^i of Lvraxn, who has referred them to Ws �Prime Miai&er, faying at the fame time to the Courtier) * Who fere aboiit hit Perfon, How irft fefihlctb* Jjkpfit � hmv the MeaningtfCjtrar, Grmn, W/rW,       �tt *K$i-  ttthnkal'Tama, tnbicb are Arabic* to me. Immediately stiver � tats, his Royal Highnefjfctout for7tt*mrwt,togo a hunting * there.  De Witt and Cordes, (he Authora of the Edict of  Placard, presently applied to the Prune Mioifter, in order 6, to difluade him from giving Ear to the Deputies; which  arbitrary Step gave great Offence.   Jj� fhort, at leagtfl * they were admitted to an Audience', where they (poke * with great Vtgpor and Strength 1 but Tome People pretend � write to T���wah^ttlwuRemontbance. There ate In-. * dsfputably feveral Article* ijn the late Ordinance toncerfl-*    the-XoiO,' which never wrr \ 0/ n:       ( * 'TheSt. George, Captitjrayfon, from Jamajfa bound*to Liverpool, on the 18th infta-.i was wrccktd bh the Hyle Auk j the Ship. Cargo, and all the Crew, intirely lt>ll < * They write from Fahnouth, ihat on the 19th inftantar-rrred there hi� Majclly's Sbip the Difpatcli, /rum. a Cruiz* f It lav fatdthat hi� Sxcclicncy Edward Trtlawney,. Eiqt Governor of Jamaica, it foon expected fromthencc. , Hii Royal Highncfs the Prince- of Wales hk� purchas'd levcral old Hcmtes in Pall-Mail, which are to bs pull'd down to make an Opening to Carlton-Houfc. On Sunday the Right Hon. the Earl and Louhtefs of Scarborough came 10 their Houfe near -Cavendiih Square, from their Scat in Lincolnshire, for tlic Winter. The Right Hon. Lady Caroline Pcterlham ij much better. On Saturday (he French AmbaiWor was 10 view feveral of the Publick Edifice* in this City. Laf); Sunday died at Mile-End, Sir Charles Caflleton, Bart, by whoierDcccafe (he Tide goes to his Brother, the Rev. John CalUciou, now Sir John Caftlcion, ol GoiUton in Suffolk. ' Yettcrdiy fe'nmght died at Sunmore in Middlefex, in an advanced Age. the Rev. Dr-Hudfon, many Years Re&orof that Place, winch Living (jf about 801. a Year) is in the Gift of his Grace uic Duke of Chandos. Qa^unday dteJ at his Houfc near Turnflile in Holbora, Mr. Langilatf, an eminent Apathecary. Yefierday died Mr. Spycr, an eminent lioficr within Aldgate. Laft Wednesday Morning early, a Seizure was made near Canford in Suffolk, of 47$ Pounds and a Half df 'lea, out of a Rabbit Cm Coming for Leadenhall-Market : Tis faid^it belonged to a Fail keeper at llury, but the Oflicers and Soldiers conduded it fafs to Colchelter. The fame Day in the 'Afiernooa, the Foot Race \t. Hr� Mfrtf re if �R Nmy mi V**ff#t:B>lli tiffltfihtvxt* tb* *Jl if Jmmj 1/48 a*/ \,the yjl �/ Marti 1749, it Ten eTClpck thit-'Mttttj. fearch'd with lighted Flmbeattx, but no Perfon was found therein j they thek beif th� Woode tfll Bvenftifa'but all to. nbpurpoje,': v';' \ �\"ri:"vl :r r T ";t -lMf .. Tw&wy-.MimikJ4i4^W't^'l*� �Jntb'.G�ak% Hole about Six o'Clock that Morning, 1 -* --"�---� ab!ue�'JlP%Bt:::r'," .,ftoiirth^Noe'lkr'�>^^ ]| Uft Sanday jUeil. muck regmtett; IJrO/CStockran^ fw 'J emioant and ttperiehted'Hkyfician in tlhiCUy,    7      1 They, write from Greenock, that the Britannia. Shaw, it TarriV*d there fronv Virginia, and that i�"1he PaJT�Re Capt Sh^w, in ftrik fell over-boar and was drdwnd. )lw ,t . � .. NaTy.OHee� OAober tony tb* fid Bi.% Wta* eW  Navy.Ofilce, October to* 174c N.Wf At htrtiy fivt Kttitt, thin c* */ AWersVr *(.*t, at I'm iWtti i*tht Mnn%� tip mMl % jl�?.a>. v-Ul i� aS i>j>~> /a-.i.^ _j*t____. t ,T   a;yjtcyUALLING RP;lCBt O^bkerjtd, 1740, it  |A*awv�V|v�v AMat* r&ar tkm it Mtty it ihtttctat ^ifcpffi'M i^>ppMa);%: toJty^Wk VICTUALLING-OPMC?, 'OApMk    i^rjioi ir*tiwn^^'>: r^FteMA givt Ntitti that n FfidoftHXt^b* rttb iitjl**tt tSf tot Duff. &*rl TtfaOtimtJ* &i$tt �*J �V%i �ne* wtfirvictoUt Bitit, P�ennnwr^&lW At the New Weils io Gpodman> Fields,: this prafent �Evening; will be perform'dV a new JBniertantwent^'Call'd the Ship-leuachlnij. or Harlecjuln - turn'd Fryar*... The whole to conclude with rhe Temple of ApbUo1. ^Ibgtttt J by Mifs Agnetta and Mif. Juletta. Tlic 'Sce'nei. Cloathi!? Mufick, and Decorations Ml new:" To begin at half an Hour oaf); Foiir and cn4 at JNUne. RachJ Perfon to be admitted for a Pint of Wlee o?"fopfltf:      s .1^:1'fa Stock 19a 5 4tki. South-Sea Siock,-'Vij �<4tka ivStb Ditto Old Annuit ev, 108. Ditt�|Vew, ioi vJntfffl f$M. Bank Annuittei 1746, .105 3 4  c. T6 #hic|t is ynMi, A^tfcrlptioB of �fl the 9i*m, 'and a T�v{e of various Jtcsd- L4idgstt'Strect 1 and W. S*a4by, 1 Churdi Us Fieet-Sutat. Tal�isu)temlcdMa.Sfi��i{ncno/' * besutifal Edition wt all tboCUOia. VirfU U in, ihf Pi*(s. ana isnftt Pwwsi�msh l �h%>*�vlr Utter,  � tthcets, ��, Ma�4, h> tht Uft but wjth tbre� Frontf^Weei), Prfea |>. Vouik}, This Dq ispt&lift?h (Price hund is. 6d:) ThiFnrtb MM-*, -uitbfsrt* Jtihtw #eV Alur�liti,, / A Complete Guide tcyaJJ Perfonswho have /jL any Trad* br CwkMra wKb the Ciry �f LONDON, add �Hrt� Injt and ConJcOorri. Priottd fur J. �flc) P. Knaptpn, Id at thefihlp, o�iV.nilnft 5t. bunftsn'i " * 1 bei ^irlBfed^tsw-i ^V�rWnr Psper, aid Cuts; In two VploiiMf, Yt\t* s�, in     Schooui and wither tat.C�u), �4|anni 1 fontainiaa. i. J'h* Names �f Stmts,   awet, Liaev, dk. in iha fald Qt W aad withi* tht tflU �f Mwtslit*. , a. |*r># ft*"** 11W Sltustjon df tin (lurches, CJupfii, Mactiae-Ho�k�., C?mpiafe HafU, a>�. withle the bid Bill efW^Tliry^J. An a^o^ref �l at mukmtb^mw 41* till tbt ^\j&ikJfiM�&i a e C ftr Cavr. it t* tt piJJhimJbkeJufofo;/ tit fit vibitklJtQ fo/fyiitmi t, tbt Cmm>4� Ctf *btt fiimf*mp--mtfaiJ,-ultbtQmdt taiutim*jswkbi�thirty Jft*Ji a/nr. Tit Cntitimt tf tht S�lt umbt'fim �f tbSttwt&i - op* 0ttbt mmty-Qjjktl'     ^ v.;,;,' *;  r' ,     VICTOAIitlNG'Or^'l�It�.'1Diy.baV �Jk �>4*' i JL f*wr.Jira�i**^.��iifWk^^ m'� rcV fatwft*j jtbniwillh rt*fyfr frntt fit fi�ft, fir He Smite of Hi'M^i^i^Nt^^- [ b '�>.^f<�Wi 7& Gmu& /e tVj^'tnv'cf ka ffram Wmbmtft �f iaV Cv/kw* H,*f,,oHTHjd,t,;Wanj >wi/l, an tbt 1 ijt DortfMareb, I7$0, pay and difibjrg* o/l Prim if a/ Mjn.y and lnur*fi that fi>a!l b* then due on the /aid Company'1 PtnJt. -yfafabty-myfiirtbrT^vr^fhmtrlfa tolli reteivt fender 1 fir hiding the CoMpan? fu:o Sum* ifMjnj f** ibtir Btndt, mi the Rate of fb'te Ponndi per Centnn 'ftr Akmm, fij tbiy /ball bnviQxtafion fir j oui that in recti vhg fitb Tender* Prtfirtmte  '�** per Annum, fern the ^\fi  uiJI txf�fe tt Sale at their Bfan/i in Ft ni h�r
                            

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