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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 17, 1750, London, Middlesex                                .Xkah  March i^. MS down and fail'd, the Dublin Merchant, Gleg, for Dublin; the Adria&k, Knowling, the Earl of Ofaefterfield, Tories, the Charming Nancy, Tickner, and the Two Brothers, Roberts, for Marfeilles. je Fly Sloop remains/ Wind North-Eaft.      -       > >. !   _ '  /Mafl from Holland. A Gnjiawtinofk.FeL 8,  The Fire which happenedihVc the Beginning of laft Month was not totally eictfng^ifh'd fill: the Day before Yefhaday. - The Number of HouJes reduced to Arties is competed to be about 12000, which is faid to| be a tenth Part of this great City.  Befides the. Changes' . mentioned in former Letters, the Matter of the CertniOiips; vtNfc been difmuVd from his Employment,' and banirtt'd. Several Governor* of Provinces in Europe have likewife beeadifolnced. . . Ptttrfl9trbt.Maribti. The Envoy Extraordinary from' *he King of Denmark has already had feveral Conferences with the Grand Chancellorj and there is great Likelihood, that he will'^af^f^^J^^^^^^j^n hy? Knowledge of the Worj&j of fr&Honou^and Integnbr* a true Lover of M� CoaMsy%iaa4*\waftmoh �ato*flyj attached to the prefent Royal Fi CoL dc Chow  nana* March 11. The Court has receiy'd an Exprofs ! JromBaron Pehckler, bur/ MininV at the Porte, With tjjtipatchc* of &e U& Importance, by which we learn, [ that the new Grand Vwir feeins to be' very pacifically in-. dined, and that he has pofitively declared' to the faid? Baron,-* That his Hjghneft would always take great Plea- * fare in concurring with the Emperor and Eraprefa of the j � Ramans in every thing that may contribute^tQ'prefer^e  the Peace of the North,;- and 'at, the fame tune affured! him* * .That, the Reports which were propagated of'a / Treaty being conduded betWeen the forte an '  O *   N. The Shark SJoqo ff )Var, arrivM at Barbadoes frpm To.-fbago, law the Mihtia, Guns, Sec. flupp'd from thence for ^lartinico, and the People were entirely to cva&Wte that [tffland in fix Weeks. i   "/ j. A great many of the Proteftants in France, who meet kw�h many ObftruQions 1 in the Exercife. of. their Reli^idn, Thaving petitionVi "for Leave to fqtt&e in Nova Scoriay we |hear&at 400 of them, who have rembv'd from J*Jorman-" and Picardieto the Ifle of Jerfey, are to be tranfported . that Settlement. We* hear that both Houfes of i Parliament will' srifc abouf lafier. ; �   .      ; -X 4Ycfterday pharies FitoeraM, who calls him/elf Ear| of tefinond, was commirrrd to Newgate by Jullice FUeldihjJ, inlifting Men into the Service ofthe French King, which ~   is made Felony witfMfotjPehe^t jOff.Cfcrgy, b/'fhe ^�Geo,i|.. He^ was likewife, charged with aftfing pmtent Majeftyi the Royal Family, and the Pron^fta PfrWkn. kITI7�^"f^ wwe .King's Mercy.'' netffi fe^^te $ Mr. gut- 85  There aro tine* Evidences . ntn^thiShireofL�n�rk> relented inf 17%, Wh ^A^t^SSS^ Tnt Family in the County of StaJbid.   He die4, a On Thm^y*dMIdSv^;]rJh^^ at In* Ifmfej in Clarges-Street, Piccadilly.     j    - The Aight Hon. the Lord Chancellor has been pleated to appoint George Wynne, - EToY a Commilfioner of Banl^.-. runts.        ' " . �'     A    ' We heir that Yeftcnlay a Duel was fought in Cheffea-:Fields, between a Gcntleinan of the Law* in tine of the Inns ' of Court and a Shrbplhire Gendeman, occafion'd-by *Dif ] pute on Thurfday laft at Ranelagh-Houfe for the Right of a Box, but neither of them receiv'd any Prejudice. Yefterday two Outtaw'd Smugglers were brought from the ' Caltlc at Norwich to Newgate, under a ftrong Guard. Le Sermon Anniyerfaire-pour le mainticn dc. TEcolede ' .Chance' MHpcoifc & Weftminfter, fe fera Jeudiprochaln,, 22me.de ceMois, dans t'EglhV Francoife des Grecs en; ,SoT)6. - Le Service comm^ncera. a On*e Heurts ddMa^ii. ; ynfe perfuade que les Defccndans du Refuge fe fouvicn    ; � ' The'ihn^Mo^ng ^ in.Alhaljows. Rawing CKutch in Mark-Lane, near Fef-; church-Street, bythe Moft Rev. Father in God htrGnte' the Archbifhop of^ York, .for 1*0 Charity Children of Tow��r Ward. Tomorrpw ihejre will be two Charity Sermons' preached \ in the Pariih Chnrch of Sk. Lake in the Coutty/of Middlefex, for die Bencnt of the Charity Children be-! fonglng to thf /aid Chttrci; that in die Morning by ^the "jQght^.7FathcJr m�Ooi Riohard Lord Bifhop of St. David's i- and that: in die AAemooi) by dte Rev. Mr. Broaghtohj L^nrer of Alhs^ttows in Lombard-Str�Bt. The fame l>ay^vo'C^^^M|^os will be preachM at ' the Pariih Church of StMkgiliii die Martyr, near London-Bridge, for the Benefit of tod poor Children* belonging to Bridge atid Candlewick Wards j that in/the Mbrhhtg by the Rev. Mr/Gibfoh, ReAor of the faid Pariih; and that -in the Atternoon by- the Rev. Dr. Pickering, Vicar of Sr. ^Sj^ulchreK   ... *      /"    .' ;   The fame Day. two' Charity Sermons'will be preached in the Parifti Chnrch of St. Mildred in the'Poultry, for the ; Benefit of forty poOr Bdys liekmging to Biihopfgate within; dtat in the Morningthe Rev. iV Shuckford, Prebend >f Canterbury, Rector, of Alhallows, Lombard-Street, and Chaplain in Ordinary to his Majefty ; and that in the Afterndon by the Rev. MV^vting, Rcclor of St. Martin .QuQyich.. ; . :v..-.'iy. -.-  . -"". The  ^ri;be|an^g iimLthe iHnuflet qf Pojpkr smd'Bh^wlu'U^ihskaa.l^e Mbrning by fthe KcvrDr Barton, Canon of ChriJl-Church, Fellow of Wihehcfter-College, and :Ci^ua'm Ordinary to. his ^j^a^^Wi $ the AjftcTfloonby d^&ev;Clarke. ,tofoHn*ditri�Hver:---.^e**�^K-  >:"-;-�*' Matke^^bdeforr^ tlJd^pofinon !;:t, ' .(which ^nmm..,.. Jm thr. r^rfit of Mft, W�offipgton. : 0 At Mf. �>c^glux>ii^Amphidiearre, 6tL Wednefday next, �wiH bt * feverfd I�fl*f Skffl between Mrl WoUF, the Swift, they hodlt1ajm*a;*e. yifclory,} but this; fcejng jhe decifii Ba^ie,. and for a coniiderabte Sum, both banf backed by _ mn^btei^gWounds in nine Bouts 1 n wthooght H wjll S've general SatufaOion. iDoors open'd at: Ten, andTdie [afters mount at Twelve precifely. Byi^lls^ies as nfnal. ' ThUia,tp;acquaint.alli^ndemai, Merchants, andothefs, .that at Poliard'i. Peruke V/nrohoofe, the Two Brewer* near .the Church on ClerkenweUPGreen, continneni be fold, all ^orts of bob PeVukes, at the following Prices, viz. dean '$wyVfor.D�f$Vat^ 10$. .ditto darker, 11. fiatrTemple cut and cnrl'd Gsaaades, t6s. flat-Temple cut and cnrPd Browns, ids. ^d. all made full andfamionable 1 ^.pair^ofe^dh Wwr of the Ex& Jftate in Goodnefs, and-die Wear warranted by die Vender, Whohopes all Gentlemen andPurchalers' wjB continue their .' itTo be lett at Aclon in Middlesex, a tart good and convenient Houfo, newly fitt�d op sjxI perfectly repaired, four ^r%e<4lfy'i nex�, oh Account of Ac ly,, of �v^)tue. Bi^cay'd, or Anna Bullen. w " theje thirty Years) will be revived re  Rs^rhl in Covent Garden, Day is pAf^�y {Prist 1 ? ) HE Art o� Hatching; and! Bri-^'rg, t^i vf nC 4c Rncmr't ccrii* W l FrrtfH far C. - D***^ Vpmeer ' ft       KomB- SnrT r_ *�s---�p�TiA ~~ tii^Dcj is fxbiz&dy (Price if. 6L_ ASure GUIDii to H � L l.^   ttivMc wh<4c �*ici� itt fvJrc^ni �     tnw-. ��.i.-!_-..        w ' the K - , to F ri� MJtW?  cs - .... .....  4�h.a I ' �f ^!W'!f;W! / i^H^-PW Cent' Awpo�a> 9^-5 8|is IH^ Truftecs for e^largiM acJ imiiH^Jn fywmfMAm, 
                            

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