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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 23, 1750, London, Middlesex                                Daily Adverrifen FRIDAY,   March 7:1' RRIV'D, the European, Hunter, from AliCant; ' the Don Cartos, Friend, from TenerifF. Thbfe as per laft, remain.   Wyid W. by S. Extr^a of a Letter /rem  tl-e il A GU E, d.it:d March  Tlxc Piomdiion of Admirals hath * given grcar Satisfaction; and the --              � Well - ant:rntion'd   flatter  them-  (elves, that the Govemfn  to be once again exerting itfclf in our Favour. The Pco-  plj, eventhofe of the Cities which difcoverd the molt t � obltinate Perverfeheft in traveriing the prudent iVIcafurcs  of the Stadtholder, being at i>rdent fenlible, that it is na -* Ie6 their Intcrcft than their Duty cortribv-t-j to the i* Support and Glor}' of their Couutry. Laft Monday, the I* Day the Subfcription'for the Lottcty of fix Million* by the Province cf Holland was opened, the fingle Gity of Anjfterdam fublcribed lor 1000 Tickets, at 1000 Florins each, more than the whole Lottery conlifted of.' r L      O      N      D    O > N. ' 'Yefterday the Right Honot^rable th^ Lord Vere Bean-derk kifiW Ids Majqfty's Hand at St. James's, on his being created a Baron and A'^ifcouut of Greit-Br tain, by jthe Stile of Vifcount Han\vorth  itat cfiijae to a Rcfohiiubn to take ih cKil-*ren Jslieralth.-"^ : T |By a Letter from Bath, d.-itc-d flie igthinflint, we htsar, iat a gentle Jihock of an Earthquake was felt tSicre about 9ix o'clock the,Eveninjr before. the Benefit of a htindrtld and thirty poor Chtlfcu ; tit ift ii-s \\ the Morning By the Right Rev. Father in God GcOTspr F-iri 11 Bifhop of Kxetcr; and that iti the Aftetnooo by t&e Roc- y Dr. Bruce, Preacher at Sotncrfct-Charcl;    ' i The fame D.iy t�-o Sirnions wRi be*prescliTl fra clV-r | ParlfliChurch of Aili.iliows Lombard-Street^ for tlk r,/y r'vc "^tiirf fr. r.i'I P  rx'hat'oi'^-er, Kvho arc \.'.ii,t)g -./fp .i:-.�:�>��!'��/�' '''^ 7^.-* / ar,i PrTci/rryrrj U'cri for the K.^zi. I'a t S;:;n:dJ fr  h: iTf3}d ttt JrArff-r Pdnt, K'i.r hvcrt.'Js in -^iTrtf~-rr.ii, tl-ii.' ihn_ K.'y Iri-vrPnfcptt in if'riri'ijv/iak.t t/<, cr i,fo'e F'liirS th  3 W' cf M.irch ncxti Ss. o!i / PcrYf ... ... i X!^''*h:^rJ:D:v.r,jzrai:i.,-n.-::fffincfrr':i:i,iJJc}iaf.if:N;ri-^t' Signer Giovanni Orfi, the celebrated Clown, Signoi-:! OVt, jj ph-r^ael; .f.t:d r.'/h f.iu .h-^-iuahk V-.f .r,yiJ Rn\f:fi' Tlrcvd^ ' Signer and Signora Semenzati, are atlually engsg-da.: tfu^ilr jj i-^.jv,,'.   /inr r^f,- tf^iy^'FX.iy th. ^'^uli cfo le mils, and will perforin for -the Seafom    _           _ ,   \':r�^.dy izf^r:ibr hi:h ji DiMr, hv.e derj-id iC/^-M, Itut, meets vvitb( very great Eji^ouragement, who boardJs ji^Ksg; li J*;?"", j:n:}^Al'-i7n^n],_ Fhrr.nin^s cf       r.nd Cr^i^-o'J ifags The Proprietor  of South-Mims-School in RBiKnid*!)::^ sets vvitbf very great Ejicouragement, v      ---- Gentlemen at a moderate Price; they are i rin aUthc varieus Branches of ulefbl I ennTing;to> cjuaEV f Ki;;:*^/^ '{1^1^c^^d H^^I/lj^t^^ad sZ^cu^d ^tm for the SetViar of Merchartid and cthcr .uihnsr^..?.�E iW..^ cU Ln-.^us, Jvd eld-intf ff.,fs," Einployments by able Maftere. ^ 1 ..-^ H i^; l^.r:nHs rt^.i .t W.r-I-W/, i^drtjhn.- W On Wednelday next will be. puWifhcd a Pan-jpHec;n      j,, ^ 7;,,^. ,;,^/5 ;r./?;vr^ 7hf Lctr rf t}j?fdd?<:rticu- dreCed to a Proprietor of the Eali-Inu'ia Stccfcr tur-f^e-' ;g thcHiftory of Fort St. George, as f;ir     relati-ausi cS* Siege andLCapture of that important Faclwy Eiy t&e F'reggfic,^ with very curious Remarks thereon. J. White, at No. 2 and Z2Z in the Seedl-Yajul ia -Thames-Street, continues to fell, only for pretint Maii(i:y, all' Sorts of Coffee, Teas, and C^hocolate, va,wEf Q^imc�-tics, for a very fmall Profit; and for the better ExtenrT^gfr-nientof all Travis, he wilJlfiBlI his Teas, &c as fiiSsi�, via- Thi^ Pounds or amt^anli of msf <�aSoit ^j&ex Tea Shfllings a Pound, at al*cnny a Pound Pirofie a&aws wBoit nfliS^^^uuelw * � Ch�ft fo**-0"t if the indii-Wardieafcjs ^aUTea5.Ac. atTfeS^aSiBtt^      '     * atTv^'r�ii&,^ fix'd on the Pack;^ And  y fendrag their SCocrsr 6y their Gamers, and their own Price.   Note, No GoojIs wr2 i.ii3r^,yl.^-^iiJ:datih:jt:ui rjj-an^s Ph.di tillih:Day rfSJif. jSi}.(^(>ji      -5 /. /�r Ccni. cn the Ai^aunt cf ic.ih ht'is i�7na�c ^j^ihf Tir^ir cf Sr^le, and if the Rinainder is not faidy isaijiii: isj/idi totem wzvay within the Time limittfd, the fai^ iS.^rS-3>r&�r; ii to tie furfdttd-to tbeCvw^n. fiir sti^'f'C-jt^dlthas of ibi Sale may be fen at the Secretary s fite lOt      Viibialiiag-Offiie, London; ard ly ti^plying to tbs be delivered till the Monej' i� paid. from tliSt Street. ___ ,   . ThisV/tek tiic Lady of Jnhn Affi-I:, Efq; K:^ight of thcrShne for :jaifu!k, wa: fafely d.;ii\vred of a Daughter r jiis llouic in .-Irgyil-BriUings.        Yellcrday Ivionm;^ died ac his, Koufe, the Comej ifif Jpnd-or.tu, licc.iui! y, fvii. Vev.-,'vv^io kept tJiC grcateft fl^;inuf;.itiir!C3 for rr.ai-.ing Stoekiii^'; in Enj^Lmd. " Tcrtcrday a 'Lzr^-y, iadtu with Tiwber for Woolwich, at Lo:;;Jv;:-iV:-idge; the i'en'c'qs were faved by the _  ^ ,....., jSv'tif^fur itr f'iAuuliivg at' Pcrifmcutb, Plymouth, 'Vtd Dovfr, � j^i aiiraHnd Court of the United Company of Merehunts cf iEa.;gl4iiKl Trading to the Eall-Indies, "held at thfeir Hoafe m. I-iuulEokall-Street, on Wi^ncfday Martfi 2r^" 1749, ^ ''/pf^-/Ml^}i^p^'ia '� mait the Co/firaafbr 1 MzIUmi */� OuKTrt of Pieces of Eight, on tie z^th afjfily, B^,^ listen hcT^rm thcritK-mtiUiond; and tLH the fame *ivhf_ ' f'T'r^.rrSj ir.er�fjs^cd, and hcmfidal to the CoTBpany, and ihttl the -Ji'i'jiia rf ihdi Cjm.t be gi'vcn to, the Gtntlemen conani^d in aL~h.vp if.   �. Jhsi the /aid Reflation be printed in the few at to New, 103 1 h::If a  r' 4th a. 3 Sdir. ||     E:S/c3r'd,' That it is the Opinicn c/ this Court, that the L^f [74&,^ ICJ I-4& A 3 gthj.    I?ir:o B~fi-, 11 of Fj^ri St.Qrurge ivas not ccc^/tond /;/ any h'tgk^i: -ir'i tjif^  Lottery 1747, 10-3 l _;di a 5 e':h.-.   Liinik i; Ciia:t .gZiHir^djrs^ ail proper Mi ^ fur is ifi their Po^werhcvhig kerl "'3 to order, Execu- |o:i on Wonday nc::t at 7'ybura.   Guards are ordcr'd to tend the S:r.�uif!crb thit-jicr.        . 1 On S.-iturJr.y l'",v 4nrfreid Yrars piecniMg cficiL�:Jii;-Xxon 'in 1C88.   Vk'rittcn at the Defire of the fate Queea Miry.. By    J A M E S    W E L W O O D,     M.. If. Sold by John Woar Tma;'.'^^i  rxt  Uult Moirgute,  on ihc'lJ',f Tj^'d^, hta �rf/K^-.?i^B-ih!'-tn-Wrdl, inthefiutt^atOccupati.vt ofYftxuheth F:>'tf7}!L^:l,  Jo'jtt Coofer,  Lutlsfled, Lajit,  H.u'hS Gt{tcb^ eatt El::zJtub Harvey^ ' '   ' ' '  "!: Ldiic   (Ir fL-vef.   Yturi 5- 'On for fcf.   Ytur} cmd a ^j^rter,   c�e 3S'/Jia^t nr Tenrmchi eidjcinirg to Atdir/itaidi:rj 'P fUm, in th f -Ll^^iliul  HctdfC't,  Clyfldfl. ,. 4- a  Lccf for f'ixu  I'edrs   euid- a Shi^Y^V'^' M'.JiUire vr feni:ii:tnti,i Fr:,Kt,j' ii/iiuryJ^rferJtf iiel:LPuffioufMr.Pik'rtkt-.r4f>-i.        ' 5. Om jiBidlding LiOp/iM' fxfy-c>u lV<-rr, !ii\^lff::,:ge cr., "l[j.%i.uiM adijinivg li'eft..vrard to tlfe Almi Uoi^t i.'i Pint lJ:i(rt(4 t^mliiic il'.iij'f.ir.'iir. ''' ' tC:. 0� j3 I^if fcr fxty-oii I'turs, CfU.M-fudge cr A.4;,  j/'r t^.vo l,f Mtdiured Lots  '"K''>ti in ^i*/ :ir; CiJfJ/mrJSttvef, net '^.hereof ii empty, the other in ibt iAi^'inivti b/fsmtJ Guy. M-ae tfi/jHAi0g-iimtitbfidd^ iti tfn Oavfditioit of ftliM CuU'trt, �f(/i jdLd ihit ehefiii^L^mmittei'vutUpl in the touviil-Chmbtt ttt Ftm i^'Uulk im iht A/tirmotm, tit rtui'Vt Fnfoffily, hr tdbe/am :' t/ 'mbub further in/ormatiamand Pri�tt4 PufttfjJiV* mm mMdrfJiftliUtd Pitrtii-mlan Jl Ptrfim Siddittg //� rtwy ' edh*^ LaU mm A� ^Tttr tl^ir Prapyuis. -^Il|>|if igifl l>- SEAiMAN/Cifl^W/r/-,   

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