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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 15, 1749, London, Middlesex /v-rt The Daily Adverrifer. F R I D AY, SgfTpMita i5ft Dtak September 13 RRIV'D. the New Hatnpfnire. Burt, from Jamaica, and remain*, with the rtmprcfs Queen. * Came down, the Cambencll, Traver�. far Liflion ; the --, Tower*', lor Malaga j the Prince William, Davi . for Liverpool; the Prudence, Hub-bart, for Maryland; and the Providence, Stewart, for Dublin;, who ' tfSjfti. i'ui i>u.u, the Santucl and Judith, Griffith, for Kc^York. Wind W.N.W. : Jn Ext red of a Letter /run * Ptrfin ef great CrtJit at ' Pari*, dottd Sept. 8.  The Refufal which has lately been made of aJmi- * tiiitring the Sacraments to the late Sicur Coffin, has midc * fo much Noifc in this Capital, and in fun Manner * divides the Advocate! and Diviner, that in. Spite of the * rigofoui Prohibitioni made by the King, in orJcr to �-  calm the Minds of People, and prevent an Infurrtftion, ' . ' > Warmth that has been rjeprcfied on bjtii Sides upon this V v� Sabj�tVct, and in fuch Nunv � bers, tbjit the Publick is oi'ciwliclmed with them. It is, .. * however, net-dottfeted-by feme People here. baflhanhT" * gentle Means that hive hitherto been nuoe Ute of by the * King, will in Time produce the Effect which is expeftrd * from them. His Majefly it not defirous of*:tnakingpUfe * of any other Method than what proceeds from Mildnefs, * believing it to be the fpeedieft for remedying the preje nt * Evil, forefecing that � Continuation of thcte 4omcu!ck * Dlffentions cannot fail of being fatal to the raofl powerful * City in his Kingdom. There is, indeed, an Ordinance * talked of, which, it is faid, is immediately to appear � opon this Snbjeft, and which will condemn to a levere * PuBtflioient all thofe who (hall pubtickly enter into thefc ' * Disputes, whether Advocates, or any other Perfons of * what Condition or Character foever. . * The News-Writers are again fixing the Time of the � Departure of the Infanta Dutchefs of /Want, and now Bake it to be the ad of October next. But as- we have private1 Intelligence, that ought to be rather credited thai the publick News Papers, which afiurcs us, that �j ".'tile Demand of-the Infanu for an Augmentation of a Penfiop has not yet been cOmp'.ied with at VtrJ'utiles, one mfy confequcntly infer, that the Departure of her Royal * Highnefs will not take Place fo foon as has been pub- * liflied, (he having Directions not to come away till (he ! '.has obtained an Addition to the annual Kevcnucs of Don "PtMphtt Conlou.' \$tal Exchange, uhen a pividend of a i hali per Cent, for Jr.tereft and l^iofiu for , the Half Year ending at Michaelmas nexr^-w** agreed to. The Warrant* to b). which ended at oix, >aad then Mr. Wergan was declared elcclcd. Yeftcrday at the Seiuoas at the OU Baily, all the Trial, ^�e�ag ended, tic Court proceeded to give Judgment, as follows: Nineteen Prifoners (already mentioo'd) rccciv'd Sentence of Death: (Mary Dimorc pleaded her Belly, and jury of Matrops was impjnneU'd, bat brought in their VerdiA Not quick ) One to be tranfportcd for fourteen Years j thirty-three for feven Yeats j three branded twelve to be Whipp'd. At this SeOiaus \X\ Prifcuers have been triad. Yaftcrdajr coroin'utcd to Ncwg%tc by Juftkc Berry, the remarkable and watl-known Moll Blair, alias Godard, for receiviof ftqlen Goods, knowing them to be ftolcn. She was taken by^Mf. Hughes, Tobacconift, in Holbcrn, (who is well kaoan to fpara no Pains to ferve hit Friend �nd Country) wkw the ASftance of a ConRsble, tic. She was oonceard-io th� Houfe of apretendtd Broker av Dick'* Sliore, Limehoufe, whera, by V'irtuc of a Starch, Warrant, were found gteat Numbers of Goods fuppofed to be ftolein and the People arc run away to avoid Profccution. Letter from a Gentleman at Canttrbury t* lit Frittn/, a fimwr, i� L**Aon, Sept. 13, 1749. 1Wrote you. the 26th ultimo, that I wa* going to take a Tour among tile Hop Plantations, and at my Rctutn would give you an Account whether they'produced the Quantity they were laid at before picking, and I allure you. upon a ftriO Enquiry, in gene"! they far exceed, and .ire fuller of what you call Condition, than they have been lor fcveral Years pal). Some of the Planters here are fur* piiz'd at the, high Prices Hop* fell for in London. , . Certainly 1 the Dealers arid Iriih Merchants muft be in a lethargy, to be thus managed by Fa&ors, Innkeepers Tapiters, ChamberUint^Pojrter?, Hoyraan, and-Cafrtarr) and i.n^he Country by Coop^ fiaii�tcrs, Blwkfi^th^ and Batcher*, who fend, out a Set of People, whjch wo eatt; Gamblers, ;o itifpofe of their Lies and deceive the People.. I have heard I'vera' fcnfeiefs Letter* read ftOtu thefe W�-r.igars, advifmg die Planter) to keep back their Hop*, and that they will make. thc_-Mrrrhanti and Brt�ver> comply one tarm.ng ttom it>e i*n\ Afwt on A�a�nt th*��f $ wt conttary, gs^e them Onlm fj divhlt my SU�M4tooe|rt tl^St*t�Mi SMitxt cflty (smovntint t.� nest iiw6Tthou(Sra �i M �?-�Mi*i|(tmte Year 1721. ' *v '� _ ' -  Fair YtanGrowtk jhm 'i fit) r� 1712, 1719, 91317 fold from 8oa,rrpar'd and adiiunillcr'd with the greateft Succefs by lh� ate ingeni us Dr. Gilbert Nelfou, are now (as well at his other Medicines for Cure of the Goat, Rheumalifm, Dropfy. and Jaundice) prepared and fold by his Widow, Mary Nclfon, at Sydenham's {lead, (he firft Door pn the right Hand in Broad-Court, the upper End of Bow-Street, C'ovent Garden, where a regular-bred Surgeon alfo attends to advife and a (Till in the Adminillration thereof._ Yeftcrday Bank Stock was 139 3 4th*. India Stock, 19034111$. South-Sea Stock, 116 1 half. Ditto Old Annuities, 107 3 4ttu a 7 8thi. Ditto New, 106 1 half. Bank Annuities 1746, ioj 1 8th a i 4th. Ditto 1747, 106 1 8th. Ditto Lottery 1747, 105 a 1 8th, Bank Annuities 1748. 106 1 8th. Ditto 1749, 106 1 8th. Three terCeot. Annuities 100 3 4ths. Seven per Cent. Em- Gror'i Loan, 146 1 half. Five per Cant, ditto, 80. dia Bonds 3I. 13s. a 1 as. a 13a._ Wlbe PUBLICK. THE Propnt'or and Author of tb$ New X>irJctl. Biographic*!, ,ni CeofntfUUcal Hitton of SCOTLAND, hiving dow cnjJJcJ �"th i Huntfr iittUCHtt tb* whok W�rk, toJ with Engraven tnJ til etlicra to bci� yl ilili nieful, Dbttuns), |M Impaius) HMjiy, ia a toncO and �� Manner, rinatid xrcffcly fin them, aa4 the Headi with the Mipi ieii�cr'i) puaAually *tcol4iO( lOthafanatr aA the IJriJ. are mi*t'4 in Stationen-Hall, �o4 tha tntry ftitti by the Auil-or, iluickie any Nurnhcnv H*Mit, �f M*i>*, aot 4cJi>c/'v�iog Ncmbrn be pnoteJ ot\t ikWf� Letter, mere orally and t^jieit thin ihr i>rc�cJir^ fi idi^tnttr, ui the ftttuiz the Hi'-s sctif hi Dcnyeiy yrith Ua Number VII. wiii pv�k- the fendinf 'he ricjJi 4 h�t> thawaUarab-Vint^afatWssk- High Wajicr.at London-Brid^i this Day at �. Mia ate* after t ift lha Mornny.,�and a^ �ft|t� a in the AftcrnMn. Xll/UURI?-AS (qi\\6 c^KSoJfH " yV h�re en4tiv�tr'd to dflctl) iV Wnli df (ht htJojieinc tt> tha Sft r�' hit Msjiilj's "MsY* Wttj entnli!i.)tM *t {anMta uiidjr my CvnimnftJ, hy Wpi^f-nn^it t' irittfi t^ft W �*� int'te* Ptirc Monry due t# them no Au-owh cf the �'k?��-tr Tcru Irfiuit; th'�n what *a� paid hf tli^A^ntt' at J�!t*ra ("vt �uh iltn't.-Share) iwl h,i�e at!�iftd tlie laid St�rWn te> -apply.!* �Wt irtW th� sW| a Nutttfcn of whptn atrnnjitiyty tame, in a Ae*r,t oh Aet'oWnt th*��t's ^u* r�>-�h� ..... -- "------------^ ,n| i to . . ... ^igtmtnt fi� their gallant. Bfhariaut, nor 46 I kitow. ah* 'than faitw-�lart�aj to tht. Aceognts of the laid Vsrtwe, than -th t ihtt*o��: rteummend'it M� the Switica and Sold'ttt �'tat M~i Jtmik* hrfat� a ' lWlftution of the -laid lYne-M.rmty* wa� wade, tn'-.tpj^* the rata" Agent*-for what inA T>iA).Vu*t�>% wfcetea .tlwv-iiiillfind Cr*4�aivrn thentjfurw� S�u��if,;th>;i�� ^afi, . \m*tyftdtW�&Mltfnt tnYFerton W Wlmm,mm:4�-ASearnenof tht ^RatH'tate unrVv the Oravtw^l-of ^aMdaiiMI Kriowtes to .tnske AaahVftlon to him, ir�Hnu�tir>jt that M hatAatif Part et* tt*vjGu4 l^lae-Mooty in h^'HanMs, or any btbtMomyt tofcat-tn|to d>�^lwMl receive, a^rwa/j tfJtn.Uitjnwa./.'-- To the-worthy Ltvcryiueii -of the Cffi^ Gawr ibis�m; ' �"". '�' 'v^> ^ YOUR POLL ftfTEIttSr krt' JUSM fir " � - .. � � :* '� WILLIAM WlUTAKER.E^i./A/. ribm /m./Orttkmritf, To h one ofjiur&btrijt fir Up City m�V 4f-$UdM^tf'rt for OfcYiar i*rfw� witt* it mill finally xhtt* \ - . . ,.....i ii i i. . * i i ii in in..........||| -III' -*-mmmmifll>tfm South-Sea Houfe, CoR&atv Sept. 14^ t}^CK; rW^HE Cear/tf Direiios if fat �'Gmjfo.-jtfvt X JVa/w, tint � GmtralC&rl ef tfofad faifw it bid at tkdr Ihtifi t� ftbrtt^tttd/^Strm,>i*r ?M^^/I� 2ithikjfent, Jt$tevfHiathff��>wtvT� j;. f;'-y^f'v .. 'A ' fiouth-Sea-Houfe,^ Lar.�o.n, St^tr^, t74|>. T#B Ce*rt of Dufclert �f tip Stuth^St* C*t*p#Q;'|rW ftctitt, that tie T*t*$fir.B Note, The itbtve-nicntion'd Tenementi villi In tttt t^ttSerer I fiiarete, at tht Option ofthe Eijd*rt. ' ���it. On m repaiiing Leaf* for fiwtHty-vne /ennx^fve M'fMget t> Tenement), tontiguoui to each other, in frsut next withutt hereof tpatismi 3. On a repairing Uafe for twenty-oat "feort, tnt JSh/fnngt or Tenement in Front in Ea/iheop, tbiU'tft Gteverjffurneri* . Alley i and four /vuill Tenement t in the fid Alleyf ih tht^H'tfi Side, all untenanted, late in the Po//ficnafSir$inmu}tfe%K\i(nt. 4. On a Utifi for Nine Ytare and a half, Mv# tfyfiuegU #*> Ttnentttti(ontiruoui totmliitbtr, (i/JJ'citB-H'hurf, omt-whertltf it Utt out to Inmates, the etltr in the Oauftitiw ef Marthm Lambonnt, and a ( coper's tt'arehonft undtmenth, unteifitntetf. j. On a Lenfe Jer feven Year* and three X*Mrtirt, eft MeffuaMyr TtnemM 0' tnnt,j*Jih jn CretCtunh-l^itf /* Leadee-/ haJl-O/reet, untenanted, late ia thtPeyejJianef Mr. QierteG'urif. 8. On a Buildtnr Lenft fer fxty-one I tart, erne M'/%*if fr Tenement alining frefikvatdte the Alnu-lhu/u in H-vt-^Uw* xvithin Crtpfiegale. 9. 0� a Building Lemfe fir fin ty-one Yum, me M^aMgr �v� Ttutmout next the above. v . iSate, The tue Lyt-mentltt+ vfmt tn At dtfOflnmr a*rf. en eVdex to  Dennuwuei mud the* *n Wjretm ZkUteeenmpn^entUfMUefOdemn^ ;