Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 10, 1749, London, Middlesex
TUESDAY, Ja MUAiiY id, U49- Dtali January 8 ]AM K do*n, tlie Aojiifttfs, Pufkcr; . the MOntrord* HanQop, the Stmi-yikh, J*�rr, (Jritfin; Dcthick,. and the T*v}ftosya to reft himfclf from the Fatigues wh'ch he has undcr-"lOB* b his Journey; and that from thence he will pafs to Malta, where he fixed his Uelidence under a feigned Name. L O N D O N. The Imperial and French Minillurs Plenipotenti-itlcs rrived at Antwerp the loth inftant, N S. under the DiC-cbarnof the Artillery from the Ramj^arts, and the linglilh and Dutch were foon expcaed. The Eagle Packet. Capt. Mitchcl, left Jamaica the i^tb of November, and brings Advice that the Beckford, Capt. Bondl, from London, was arrived at Kinglton; that two Mcst of War were to fail from Jamaica lor England in a few Pays; and that the Fleet from the Spamfh Main waa fafelv arrived at Jamaica, having a large Qijaniity of Pbte on b(�rd,and bad made an exceeding good Voyage. There b Advice that a Dutch Ship bound for Cadiz from Liflios, fell in with an.Algerinc Rover; and after linait Engagement of feveral Hours, the latter funk, after the Captain and feveral of the Crew were kill'd i the Dutch Ship had feveral kill'd and wounded. One of the Tranfports from Holland, on board of ivliich 1WS Col. Lee of Cheller, and his Lady, is ftiU mi fling. Capuia James Wolff,,of Barrel's Regiment, b appointed Maior of Lord George Sackville's Regiment. This Day a Court of Aldermen will be held at GulU hall, when the Vacancy of a Recordtr of tliis City. In ihi: foeu of Sir John Siraccy, Knt. dcceai'd, wiU be dechr d ; and nextTuifday the fame will be hlld up by Uic IliiI Court of .AidciiiKD Lift Sunday Bfchlng died at Mitcb^ili in Surry, in l|)e fixty-fifth Yc�t of his Age, James M(.ttfc^, Ef^i an cmi> tient Jew Mcttham bf this Cityi - " Lail Wedncfday Morning di�d at Bath, Edmund Pike Heath, Kfqi a Gentleman of a good Eftate in the County of Surry. On Saturday died at hij Scat bn Epptng Foreft, Mr. Abrahain Ffancia, nn eminent jc*- Wine Merchant, and formerly Mallet of the Tavern in BdW-?itrett, WcKiuiurtcr, called tht-Qgakcrs Tavern, whidi he owned in the Vear 1703, YcHerday died Mr. Bearlool, in eminent Tobacconift in fiafinghiill-Strcet. The Rqv. Mr. Wray Is appointed AflTillant to the Rev. Mr. Allifon, Vicar of Wandftvorth in Surry, in the room of Mr. Thomas Sampfon. to the- general SatisfhJUon of the Inhabitants of that Place; and it's not doubted, bat his exemplary Life, good Scnfc, courteous Behaviour, and folid Judgn\ent, will contribute very niUch to the ircHoring of the anticnt Harmony, Pricndftiin, Tranquility, and Unanimity of the Parlmioners of uie Parilh. And the moft rcfpeafnl and grateful Acknowledgements will ever be due to tlie Worthy and Reverend Vicar, for his wife, pradcnt and.feafon:id Afliilaut Preacher at the Temple. Wearc mform'd, the Ail made the (jth and loih ol King William, fprbiddipg ^11 Perfons of any Degree, Age or Sex wliatfoevcr, to make, give, fell, or utter, any Squibs, Serpents, Rockets, or other Firewtrks, without I.cave of the Mafter, Lieutenant, orCommifliontis of liij Maj'cfl) ^Ordnance, will berigoioi'dy put in Execution, to prevent any Mifchtcfthat mayariic to hisMajelly's Siil'jrds: ThcPcoalty for makiug, felling, fic. fiich Works, is I'jvc Pounds for ever/ Offence; and fM,'fr, no Puce. ^Bank Cir�.-la'.ion, jo*. Pjc;a. Lilii iioi.di, J4 a jjs s"i^s. P.e.a, High Water at London-Brtir? tiCsJ^r � $� Maitt� after j in the Moiring^ aid 7 after 4 ic tfiV >C�'a �J ri�tfi��a c*i*4,��*��| WftMt \ht r |bt Hon. t(M � � ^ l�t t.-^i^rt* *f �Ixw Sh M.. t>.iUa'� JV-it^-n. tibnh rt* to f^iittk \Sa* ifHf** T^tue, .Va k� Mr. tSi^m. turriv^ c u,. �i i(>e )v t-p. HI GmMWh Stij�t i ud at Mils Ot�w ) lr�'i, (t lb* Gis'Jto r�n. Si. |�n��� � St�ctt. ttt.^i^Mdl St. Jw^ctt Vitct. r>k� f �� �i�l> P-t�f% �ilh i>��t>fe�� IttrfJi!) t/f to:k ��/.'j�r, et J^irfin �CJt^i im'tht F^r't-.ttt", t3 tin/i^tr �/ a Pit*/r *'..*iV.*V|ji Jifr. LtththH ttn't A\j��tr-, t.-itittB-ng iit O/** � at f� tht Sttm-i't rf* __ j05. AYLOFFB. VJCfuX'lllNr.-G\'^MGE. jatti^^ THE 0'�*/i%�tfr, f}r t'tdnJitai My^V, jV*stj kt'tll, 6e /^.'fW at llv -IrfyJort-O^yi � Bta^Strftft tilt Sl^ri- .ii.':,^ute?t Me^.y ^au t� ^1 MfJ^Jlj* Slift tmlir*-mtntita'jf fi's. ' Jerfey, kg^til-'X T�0 it, tj^tfi Mf^'h* 74�i Saphire,%�W�jf Mg. tj, 1741^ rtjg^jr �ry#.�.% '74��j l^odfon's Bay Houfe. Loi-dtt.-t. jaiN. 4. �74*- THE Hmjifin't Jfjy C ^^^panj ivii! t�f*ft tt SaU, fi tl�if- II^fitM Ftntjia'ii Sir/ii, M 7ikr0 jf tit l6ki ef Afarth mixt, at Thrtt *CJtek im .^tfiib�9, LoiKion AiTataisce^HtMifc, Jan. 4, i74S-9- . TJJS Cart e/ Dirf^99r, ef tkt IffUtn-Afar�mtt Cir-fa'Mtiim ifa i�r�^i^j>w S>ttfct, ti^r ittj i#w amtttr rifii amttm^tf^i Mr. EJm^aJ Qvir^tl ami Mr. J^'ifi St^t-Kitk, *r tttitr �fih�, t^fywtPuBeiti Jtf -thj0iraptw i/Si^t W MavtmmJiJts at Sia *f ^imr tt S��, ami fir aJmtnHg ij^ Ht-u/itaad GmIi fr�m iRtrr, it*/ld?*�i J atdttfJ the fumt art ttJu/ratJ � at./i0th P*r/mt hti* mrt^niUtmg ** taU Shaft al>�vtttm'ttafsm iht St*jat Eitimtft, fy "tf^'ir tt IB* S^Cauaitttefi^Qrifiam JJairt, JiaU meet 'mil uUfreftr EtKfmregmtnt. Ftr /nrthtr ItfinHatn* , ewfture nttit0erk\OJSre^aeMiretr,-Hi,f/. C Middlcfeir H6f|>it>l for Sid& and tame, mi fo^ Lying-in married Women, in WindmiH-Strect, i^ Tottenbam-Coan-Roa�i. Jan. j. 1748. , J^rOTlCE it inrthf givrmt that thtrt ni^Ui h 4 tie fsU tttl^ital wH Thmr/Jtj the xssh imjla^t, at fen 'C/�ri ia tf&r^fW..t:a.f.tj^t not, (K: iitti m&uit, �iUi� A B A L I,. inOant, it V, hi't . 11.-*-'.*! .ri iijutt tx ix. Ju^-^�^ S�r�ft._ R ANEI GTTT H iJu S e, To- n-.artow, the iiih imSiaz, mdi be aCONCltJlT ! M U S 1 C K. With Siasi.-5 by S"((n.ir� F r A M .a4 Mr, 9 E .\ R U. i~ ' To itrf'"t �t E..�e� o'C^ick la t^t S^Iwa sj, SREAKF ASTINCi .* Nc>tf, To be c.inttutd ttrtf Wni:%ci-!�.t ^ U �':isc> 'iM A(t>. txt Oihtt l>uxmi;a'>, wrtiknitI1('7 '�Ji b tHc i-iUtc *i CHIKKTCfHtlX CCtK, hit .�r.�h T HE Mctisna; ih. Cv '. t i. r.... :, -.1 � D.. ' .1. . .1 'r !