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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 31, 1749, London, Middlesex # r g^Jt IP Marc M 31, 1745^. CettditioD.^ . . . - . tntkt lf�7f/ii^ March 20. � Slilp in the 0o�m. W�d Eaft-N�rth.'Ba(K 1'CMeaiawj, �n>oat/^]i (i*quettt RoJipfes, "have mad* '* it thou^t very, near, jind;^.>s.l>�'b.Oear|ttkwu of the above'-mentton'd'Monarch, 9 \a^t nothfiig teft inVJew than to make hiti^lf Ma> of all Pomrtmia^ PtiftmJliai andCbiriuif/t^icb in  who * Tirtte he may poOJbly, By Co�hv�ntii6a bi* 0, , e^potick Iftmt* of the Court of J7 -^, will not U fail either J&ediy or indiroft'y to uk? Part, in thi*  Qiwtcl. in b*def to ftt Bounds to the exceflive Povver  bf ttJt.NnC&. V .^>� Ignorant of what his Nci^-� boors thiafc'of him. But as hm beep above fald, thcfc  Projeftt will in all likelihood fail fo long a� the King of Swederi lim; becaufe the Panixai.s of Count Teflin *. cannot force hito.to abdicate, and he hav i\ot even the LUMftft if he was fo inclined, of doing it hintfelf, as  the bp�(>fit� Party are.nerfeAIf well acquftinted With "* W:lntBgoe� Of'^he eabfcl of the Prince Succel^r, who ''perte^s may U l^mM ^ffiiittAl of What ii intended by ihem.* . ^ ^ � J. O H D O N.. We hear from Newmarket, khat there never was known ft more Qumtrous &leetiog of Noblemen and Qcntlemen Ihw ihcprefent J and that  '�� , . .,.1' On Monday iaft three Hotfes ttarted forche tifty-Guihra'Phte, ii Mr. Pl(�Ifin'� Horf? BgftariULford CSowerVgrey HoiTe Littb John, and Mr. qrevtll's Horfe >ickl^,-Which WM woft by Bidlard. *,\ On Toefday three Horfe* flatted for th^ Pifty-Gittneft PUte, viz. Dttke of Aticaftct'i grey HVU-Four�,veenitr'd to run for tbi; King's Plate. A few Days ago his Qrace the Duke of Craftoq was i^lcas'd to appoint John Shackleton, Etqi Principal Painttr n Ordinary to his Majcftv, in the room of Wiliiam Kent, Efq; deceas'd; a Place of �oo 1. n Year Salary. On Tucfday Evening, between Seven and Eight o'Clock, two Perfonj coming Irom HoUoway were attack'd on the long Caufey by five l*"Qptpads, who threw one of them on his Back, and took from him his Har, Wig, Watch. Shoes, Buckles, and Money, and on hiscryineout they nmtn'd his Wig in his Mouth ; the other making fome Refiftaoce they gave him feveral dcfperate Cuts on his Head wiih a Hanger, and cut oft� a Piece of his Cheek. They are fappos'd \o be the fame Fellows who took the Centkman off his Horfe at the End of the lower S(rc�t. jflington, on Fiiday Evening lall, and carrying h:j]| into a Field, rpbb'd him of his Watch, Sec. and rode oS with his Hurfc, which liicy left at a Pubiick Houfc at Ncwingtonr This Week died, at the Vineyard in St. Jamci's Park, Mr. Evan Jones, who for fLVcral Years kept that Houfc. Ycfterday Mr. Samuel Watiien, an eminent Surgeon without Bimopfgate, was married to Mifs Scott, of Aldcr-manbury. Yeftcrilay as one Ifaac Turlinjiton jun. a Porter, that plies in Cafllc-Allcy, Cornhill, was coming down -he Stairs at the Warehoufcs at Leadenhall, with a BuIj of Muflin, his Foot flipt, and the Bale falling on him, broke his Back and both hu Arms. He was carri�l to the London Infirmary, but there is little Hope of hi^ Recovoiy. Latt Wcdncfday a young Woman croiling SmithficJd was ftopp'd by A Fellow, under Frvtencc of her wearing Cambrick, who took out his Kn;fe, cot her Apron-Strings, took off her Cap and Handkcichiel, anJ made off. The fame Day a young Gentlewoman w.ti aiiackcd behind the Royal Exchange much in the fame Manner, %t\d loft her Handkerchief and Cap. On Wcdncfday a Fellow attack'd a younj; Gcntlcwonian in Piccadilly, by felting her by the Arm, udiltJi.g that her Ruffles were Cambrick. and that (he fliojld j^u along wiUi him s on which (he crying out. feveral Perfjns c.;mc to her Aififtance, who difcipUn'd him very fcvcrely. and then kt him run for his Life. The Body found in a Vault by tht Labourer! employed In removing fome Rubbifli occa(ioned b/ the Lie Fire m Cornhtll, was not one of the unhappy Pcrfor.s ioft at that TPime, but that of a Erggar Woman who ufed to luke Shelter there o'Nights. OaittriMTj, Marth zfj. On TharfJay Iaft was committed ^Maidftooe Gaol, Jolin Charch, charged with the Wilful Murder of Martha his Wife in October lall. ff^^'Hiki^-Pn/ut, Marrb 30. We the poor Pnfoneri ��urn oar fir.ccrc and hearty FhanliS to our Moft Noble jrawfaQrcfs. her Grace the-Dutchrf. l^onagrr of Somtrfit. �Wr her generous Benevolence lowauib Ui on rueid.iy loll, Wuch.iHr^ � fc4fgtt%bU R�lic( to us, biiog upwiiius vl wlii^:wm:i -% . '?i*^>;.-'. - TheeWi^W'F^bWdfili^ Wbo by unhappy Vivo in CpmbiU. W4t'W(g�ad;ltrip^(| l^ufltn cut into Gentlemens Raffles. 'b-Sog tVc moft curious, of. the kind tluitay at Minuter .ifier' 8 in the Morning, and at 10 after ^at Night. , - � Tower, Mareheremitr i�48j' AJl. tm �r :if/ore tihxtth Day ef AfrH-nattitanj tbtf�mei� tle.Trtm/mittr efbis Mqii^'iOjfict Oi^Otittp H it ttrtt/itJfy himt^th Gavenvr imtlQimfati} tht Btrnk of E�gJttaUtfi>^'ht intitkd uHtt ^dhfyeWf^tttUi/df fir thf Pri*tlp4mdAttrt0 Jbtrtm thefaUtitiMy*"'''* '^A'!^*^* ^* / PmUi*irCtntmm iftr,Amumt to cemmant yrom the z^tkDM tfMttrA 1744, fmnjtft hal/'-ytarl^ i the '/aid /Itmuitj tfi �r tinrjprd ^fom tit ^minjt^und,.tind to it transfirtdlt at th Bmkff'.&%lMd, wtiiirtdttmtdhjl Parliamtnt. " '  JOtfN PtyiidlfTRB Ttreafury-Office, Broad-4itrectj,-March 44, S74f. 'Tp//4 Trta/ttrtrsf Idijjtpif^'i Jfttvi ientf^ivtt AWirr. f; tlfnt furjuanitp aKi/nhttianifthelltnomrt^if^ ^ Qmmant of ^utfdaj tht %\fi im/ant, tJl Ptrfoni iMhtJ^ttU inttrfjled in, tr tntitlid tmto, any Bilt tr' BUD. fttfohlt in Gmrfe out of his Mnieftft Offita ofjli N0iy or jKi3ttal'aig, or for TranfyorHr'V^itb'ivtr* ,nmdt tut em tr k^ere tit ^tji, Oajf of PetmStr y^^t. And who Jkidl, m or htfirt tht zvth Day of /tfrii next, iring tht ftmt into hit Ojfitt /� Srend-Street, to be miirM and tertifitd to tht Govtriter and CoKf-my of tht Baiii of Engkaui, JhoU bt, tmtitled unto, and h,rvt im Annuity fir tht Printifal and hittrifi on tht feid Bill*, afiir the Rale of Four ftr Cent, per Annum, to toatmenu from tit t^th Diiy^ of thit injiani Marth, fajidls Half-yearly j rAr fid A'tnuily to be eharted upon the Sinking Fund, and to be tremf ferrabie tit the Bank of England until rtdtetiied hy Purliiwunt. _GEORGE DODINGTON. """" * i, Excifc OfBce, London, March �j, 1749 NOTICE it htrtlygivtn t9 alt Ptrfont,-vlIo ly aa AB of the t^ueatiith Year of hit preftnt Myejiy'i f^ignt for grantiig to his Mnjtfty feveral Rates and Duties upon Coaches, and other Carriages, therein ntentianid, and fir raifing the Sun of One Million ly nvey of LoStt/y, to be tharged upon the futJ Rates und Dutirs, ivtre required to give Notice in ft'ritjtig rf fucb Coaches, Berlin', Ltvuiaus, Churioti, Calujhtt, CJicijl-Mutit^-i^ Cbaifes, Chairs or Carctvuus at they rejPe/fivelf iuJ, cr ki lili f uLelv^:, I'ttht 2*1."t-ing, andfroin'l xCo till Fi-ve in the Afttrmon, for tif r.^ciiii.-fucb Nitues and Duilei ut .ijjitjuid, fur till Jn^i Cict-'g,' �v-ithin the H'lcitly Bill) of Mi.tt.Jiiy ; und tf.ul til Prfjtiu -..lo kiif fu(h Ct:ifi.i^es, ml Jv.clliiig i.itlun tOt Btllt (,f Mu inittj. in^iy, tt/o" ^'pplj"'g '^'e Ojfiti oj Extfk ami to iht Plu^i they ,1'tJt rtfpiCiiotly inh,\tit, uvr ^Wsiui, ttfiJ '-.i> Ptiyrrunls tii urc ilireCted ij th)i nci-. \hc Price. EnghA' Cop^. $ I. 6c�cts per Ceat. Enperor'a LMf. ijO. Five per Ccet. Oitio, Bank Ctrc�tatioo ji. ICS. Pr�in. India Swud*.4:s.  4S*. Pftm. Whi ehill. Matrh 7, 1748 51 APtojpoiat hmimt frtm fr^kTed mtr� fit ^latt^, fhr it� 9�tim 4r ft* fatnrt m htt^ ti� Mktf hommrai^tk* Ur*4^0m^lktmrwJif,frtoA miHumkluJti yttUhJv^iii&SY.thfmrfe^ iJiM, 4if. ^qtmm^flMi: miitj^ �wrA W ��rAM� ^At Jim* That ffty AcP,, ef tMtJ ^ k gi^n,eJt% Tit^' " tvrrf friwte SJSer. mr StHm�tfiufitm dhi P, i^ir-Rtnt, or f�j,, rivfivn ^t^.X^mfM:iii'Xt^ firatitm 'ti^ia^mPt*;^ tm fay nitre thm 0m�UBl%lftr.4m� firewryJ^Jinft^grtmMl. �� .j:> y � � i:. 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That alljMh Ptrfittf mi art dkprtat rftmtapi^ im tht mtrnvf Sttttemtat, dt Mtttfnt dy Ltit-ir, -tr fnfiimltf givt in tltar Namit, fpifidag im .h^ Shtp iky Lsfl ftr'jtJ, mad, if tktj hmvr Famaititif stAsf Nmmkr tf Pttftat kdm^mg ttt FaidSft tky intpmi tt f0nry ivith tbttm. di/igi, Eff, C�!��^T-�  tfhis Mt^eftyi Nmvy at Plymi^lh. Aid that pnfjr Stti-e-^'.i'i K- gticm ef tht foud Btoit ttimg etffJ ft ftn ^1 fbv int�*lJ N�,mkt Ji^di-ht tintfUttd, tr at Ijttji -.-m the nth . / Afnl. 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