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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 27, 1749, London, Middlesex Drii, ATircb 25. H E Coallm -from the Wcftwtrd a�* arriv'd tnd fail'd for the Rivpr. The Ships as pet Ull remain. Wind Soath-Weft. Sfrrihrm,Har{l) i^. Prfpurstioni arc making here in earnell for a War J the King having iffued Lom-tuifiirins for railing fcveral new Regiments, and made a nunicroi.� IWoao. r4 U�d .tvh�ch ihe King of dae Two Skflies engages to fend fix Men of War under Sronifli Odoon. to prarcnl giving Umbrage to ihc Porte. Meni 19. We art infonn'd that thcrr has \eocxtiber laft. for having been chufly concern d sa dK Rioa tbatoccaficnM the fencing of a Garrifon there) teoarM tfeesr Senience) according to which, two of them �tc (o fsJfsr dn�c Years Impnlonmcnt, an4 then tb be baaHh'd fat Uiiej and the third was brought .to the Scaf-ftAi. aad had tbc Swoid pfsMovcr his Head by the com- Ifov, M. Boejr, who was Secretary to the Gconaantcaesde Raad, has been appointed to fuccced the -Ua if. Baysrar&fr Secreury^to the St*t Party in this Rinedom, at the Head of * wkmm is die Count de tij^, had formed a Deftgn to en-� tfce King to rc�gn the Crown in Favour of Ihe * rtmcc SuccdBor ; bat the oppofne Party being timely * xmxit aS the Intrigues made ufe of to bring about ijiis * Affiur, took foch dScAual Methods as preven^'J Ma* * from beaikening to any fuch Projri^. Upon Uie � Ki^g'^s Cdliog fick fotne time after this, the Frmcb Pany 'ytaSeibomAar Porfuits, feeing the Death of his Majctty * woold kavc Batnially c�Fc(ted that which they had pro- * jcAcd. Bot as the King is now in a much better Ht^te � of Hcaldi than he has been for fome time part, and tivit, * with awl a Miracle, he may yet live niany Yearn, great * Pua> arc agaia taken to indnce his Majeliy to Life. V��cis with an Iron Bar. but *^jCP?*** ^ luperior Force The one proves to be aPci^ who wms about four Years lincc lentenced for IVaBfponaaon, bui made hi> Efcapc at Black-Fryars as be msi gccng iato the Lialiier. f^* '^^^*> the Servant of Thomas Smith. Kf(jj 4MlVc� Pa'Ajtcc-Vard, had the Mufortunc to fail into the ltofla� BciT the new Bridge at Wcilminftcr, and was ��wb'4. His Body was not taken up Ycllerday. Ta�� will be a Ball ^t Ranelagh-Houfc on Thurfday April i�cj(i. br^L Concert of Wufick. Mjulcr.. concluding with a Ball, will be on -asrf^y �the Jurk'sHead lavu/). the Corner of Greek-Street, Soho. TickMt, 5 Mch, wl^!^ WiTI- a Gentleman and Lady, may be hlkl at tikt Bir ff thtjNIi 1'avern, and at the Turk'* Head CdrM-Hoolit ef crflSHi^t the Savo> in the Strand. To }>Miil M SU **U*dt.� At the New Well* in Goodmim't.Pieliii thi� grefcht Evening will be fevcrat new Paifohnaaccs { and tac| Per-fon will be admitted Xor a Pint of Wine or Punch. \ The Houfe is altered in a mo(t etcgtht^Manner, and Bgxii mad� for the Reception of PcOpte of Fafltion, The Driles are all new, with eve^y other fuiublc Decoratiin. V^c (hall pcrfortn every Night,,.co begin at Five c'Clock. Sndler's Wells, adjoining t6' th� New River, Head. Iflington, wiU be opcn't) this AfternoOB, with thfc ufual Diverfinnt. To which will be added a new .A�|:goricat M�fqiie on the Riturn Of Peace; with a grand liocvlwR of (he proclaiming pf Peace t intetfpei(c4 wi^i a Piece in ^rotcfque Chari�Act% call'd The Rival Highlanders. D.iring the Hulidayit,the ^iverfion* will be|>etJormed twice each Daf r the iitrt Tinie tt Two o'Clo^. %rit Landbn-JB^idge thia'Day at 59 Minutes after 4 in the MorBirtg,^ tn^>t ^ ia tbf theJn andlthe Kjl 0f h�r Cuttojncrj F��ouw. �Si'(4'**.-^|^''v*f?wiL*^: .jtJtyAiji^ MUICH. '^'^^W^fi^i^ ^ psffe^d �� BttBneft' �elitf��i t� Am*,,. Houfe, Sign. Coickt Ship, and Ftikicvrcieth Paiadng't Itkewttir at my Uoufe in Ktd-Lian-3il��t n a large .Vrell-di�i'/lcd Cilieiliott ai B~* the TreofUrir of his Miijfly'i N'^iy, and luie ttvay thv fiiJ Ships as pir tnwntary, in forty D'i)S after the Oti^ afSuli. Aty Pi.rjon or Perfons who I'h id/ling to tthtpi,Ufe. mny Wc-tv tltem a Any '-ln>te-P^re- the J)ite of Sale, itf-sn appiylng to the Ojfnirs of the fmd TtirJ/// the propir luorking tiiir x.. VICTUALLING-OFFICE. March 25. 17.9. 'HE OommiJJiontrs for i'iclualling � his Mt'jij^y': Xa-Lt give Notice, that on li'.dtiefj.iy the zc^th injiuni, in the Tvreno'jti, they HiU be rtaJj to t'Uil fr Pan fur tie ^er-ijue ;/ lis Mujejiyi Nai/y. York-Buildings Water-Woiks Olfite. March 27, 1749 HE DireSloet of the fiiid li'erks du hsrtkj At/Jif, I hilt ,1 Ge'uial ^1' T 1 TMajilaj Ifcnk Ste�; �� sk; Plrk�: Ssd^v Sh&ek t ttaut'i> 'iia Ttotl'., tr '*^~r Ousst tlhi ffo ran.. Il�e� 1S*�. �is r �^ �Ka;.*�*tt �?4 �ra-. m.'t'm^. Tits*-Itfterif ; *��� . ftedl. , ^"'^ 4 * ^f^^- r^y�.W FV^atV.T'- ^�3?.(H0i- jslmjj, k^ti^ %.T.-!^Ss. SJjaaf fir i-c'tfjt Plfrjf.111^. F^riiiait^;^ jti�a\^.ix^rm^ � /iur eih-m ix-ntk^ J^fT!^ iM'S'i-. w;*'-,' ".. ."K'"t-.^-S-,;/ ifwBjfrjwf .'fiVati, jtut it I~L ts-jbJiia/'cSir .^^"^ --at'�-V3�,'*.s "^a-^jeejs., fur t c-� * r^si- Ijc ^' z^-^i i -J TxhertS^ t&y 'Cra�t,asay wiS-.!5ir iswiS-r rr'-. ... I "F&ae pd J-JB rfjrs-cralasqr St ^-^.zT i fiail', -wd* i^nr- fjumk^ St- js^^.^ Hi fir emr S^iot ^ TsuJwc 3StsKi*�*rmv .saar j0fT^:^ Ff^ CJ�S3^'^-�JF J" M.^'ji^'^'^.X.-���� Plymcttm. cLfrifi. fum- j.e a^Jif ate a a i" ^.it . h a Umijrrixjf s^jv Tia Tr^ftjrTT if-pti.llp Pa lima ot. 'imme iht .A � ^1" -' -^s^*  � att she ar/eS-i _- � - - � *r -m-^ mg.au mj. 1H' ^M: i 10 ?v iu-?.?* I Ui'iirtil xliiii'tuly Mi:,li>ig of the E^r ^-uti-ri v.ili he httd at thiir Commitiit Runni in nUiu 1 Stteet .-:^trunU. on H'ldnefJiiy ti.-e 2<)th hij.mt, at EtVe o'CIoiX in lb: AjterHou.-!. ByO'd', KKHARD WALSH. ^c.rt,ur^ N. B. Ai the Pliptu-tors of *ht ftxidH\rkt ha-^e fnijhcJj. ftiiitd Eiri-Eiigiut, there are to he JolJ at thi f^ixd ii\reii ehrtt H^rfe-Hhels ir E'igii'i /<-r reiifng up W.it:'-, en* ef-tx'jij^ Piittiiuhii in^ui'e .u I he fui.l it,- iii-e - . R. L^'. � :. Ai.----: Ji.... * A D *�!_, A- -A ;