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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 29, 1748, London, Middlesex J tit V 2$, 1748. now under July 2$. AME down the for for for Port and two Slips for and remain with his Ship Duke of for and the Ships as in my TJie Duke of N Wind The of from Antigua and is arrived at The Thomas and from Riga in Extra El of a Letter from July * Count the of has a kind of betwixt the and Greek by the he continues to keep up the Papal Every Body has heard how politely he and was treated in when with his he this Place in the Grand Tour of Europe they made about two Years He has now his Holinek a valuable which will make no Addition to the of the It of a Chert full of and Latin To wnich the Vice-Chancellor has all the Works pub lifted by the Academy of Sciences ac ft When who has been tne Title of a Senator of them on Sunday laft to the he was to an Audience with the The feems highly delighted wich the Regard him by a Merrier of a Church that denies his Authority But the Learned of all in their Literary are Dut of when blind Zeal does uot betwixt and * Count hath alfo received from M. de confiding chiefly of fine Funs and and in particular a marie * of the Feathers of Siberian mo it artificially * The Vice-Chancellor hath lent a good many curious Things to the of * As the in of Grand Duke of is Great Mafter of the Order of St. the * Pope has granted the Knights of that Order the * lege of entering his with their a * Privilege that till this Time has been only by ' the Knights of * The Commander who been nominat d * of trie Religion of St. John of to this being arrived at with a to proceed the Pope to be given that it was for him to continue his * fince his was not to receive him in that This did not proceed from any Personal Objection the Pontiff had to the of * M. de which he has declared to be very * ble to him but the Grand Mailer of Malta ' had acted contrary to by nominating an * dor without this and obtaining its * Thus we lee how Matters of * mony are kept up by the Church among her * own and how the Deviation from * them is at the fame Time that fuch partes betwixt the Pope and a Heretick But it is chiefly owing to this Farce of that a grave * Countenance hath fo long been kept upon ' As to the Cavalier he has made the belt of his % Way bick to and belonging to * his that were arrived have been * to fave the Expence of conducting them after his Excel - * fo long a According to fome Letters from there is a large Body of the have late committed fo many Enormities in Ruffia and upon the fevere now carrying on them a good many of them have got into the where they continue the fame infernal having already fet Fire to Towns and The laft Letters from that the Auf trians and at San Fiorenzo are preparing to leave that and return to Italy on board fome but the was not yet tho' the Publication was expected in a very few Count Frederick Vice-Chancellor of is arrived at Vienna from in which the Report of that Lord's being gone to execute an important at the Court of of at his been to the of the Dyet the of as foon as for the Reparation of the Fortifications of exhorting them immediately to a Roman Month for The of Spire has alfo the fame Subject to the of the who have taken the as the ad ExtraS of a LetteY St. ht dated May 27. * I have now a very melancholly Story to relate to The 25th about Two in the a dreadful Fire broke out by the of one leaving a lighted Candle in a John which in three Time all the from Mr. down to not leaving one All Capt. Ballard's Mr. Keene's and Mr. are Capt. Ballard 9 Puncheons of and about 20 or 30 Barrels of out of about 400 or and 8 or 900 Quintals of and nothing except his Books and Mr. Bethune favet nothing but his Books and and about of out of 50,000 Loofe Barrels 19 Puncheons and a Quantity of &c. Mr. Keene only his and a few Barrels of A great many others nothing but on their Mr. Bidgood had built a new which was and which is the The Lofs by this Fire L com- at 25,000 I. ' P.S. Stork's Stores are all Newman's and ExtraS of a Letter from Jidy 25. ' Morning arrived at the Hon. Sir ' Peter in his Ship the Invincible and ' the Hon. Sir Edward in the with ' the Plymouth and Culloden Men of ' The Ships under their Command bring an ' that the and Defiance Men of Part of ' their are put into Plymouth that the Kent ' and Hampton Court Men of War are to call ' home the Fleet off the and ' that the and fome other Men of are ' put into ' The Greyhound Man of War is arrived at ' The Culloden and Yarmouth Men of remain at St. waiting for a fair Wind to fail to the ' ' At the held at for the County of ' which ended laft three were ' capitally viz. John and Thomas ' for and John for ' but the two former were ' The fame Morning came on a Trial between Mr. ' Attorney at in and the ' Hundred of on the Statute of King Edward ' which lafted twelve Hours The Jury were of ' Gentlemen of Probity and Fortune in the The ' Robbery was committed on the 24th of March ' and the Jury being thoroughly of the Truth of the gave a Verdict of 9601. which he loft in ' Bank 5 Guineas in 20 s. in and lowed 4I. for his being the Whole of his ' which Verdict gave great Satisfaction to the whole ' ExtraS of a Letter f Whitehaven dated uly f 9. ' Morning Short was by two ' Smugglers poorly near within ven Miles 1 f this Place bat being well mounted he ' rode and they him and which happily him they continued the ' for about four when Short meeting with ' James and his who were going ' to he acquainted them wich what had whereupon Mr. feeing the Fellows com. * gave Short one of his and his Footman the ' other The Fellows then thought fit to and ing they quitted their 2nd ' over a Ditch into the when Short his at the and him on the ' Spot the other made his ' The Body was to an adjacent Earn and Niece a ' his rhey found a Guinea and for Tea and Brandy a ' the Name not to the Value of 8co 1 ' went that Night to the Hare and Hounds in this f where meeting with a London Trader of his him he had in Money and Bank Notes about and was next Morning to fet out for ' in order to get a over to ' P.S. This Short is the apprehended two * Highwaymen in March hut on for ' which he had a of ic Guineas from the they We are by private Letters from that the Definitive Treaty was actually fettled by the at when the laft Letters came from and only waited the Arrival of Sir Thomas from who was fettling with that the proper of receiving the Places from the in order to the being ffor one Day for the the fame in We hear that are to this on this Side of the and that all Captures made afterwards muft be Thomas Orby Member cf Parliament and Paymaster of the Army in fet out for that in order to the Debts contracted for the Army On laft the of Stadtholder w on the King's Plate of ico on Barham Downs near On laft the Lord Son Right Hon. the Earl of was married to Mil's Daughter of the Hon. Horatio one of the of the to the Right Hon. the Lord a able young of fine Morning Thomas of was married to Mifs Amelia of fole of the late Andrew who died a few Years on his journey Bath for the Recovery of his A has the Great to enable Jeremiah A. Chaplain to the Right Hon. the Earl of now Marquis of to hold the Vicarage of in the County of York and of A of the Peace has alfo the Great Seal for the County of To-morrow the Right Hon. the Earl of Arran fets out from his Houfe in his Seat at in for the remainder of the Summer On next being the in according to Annual for 140 Years will be for a Silver at on the Hill the Gift of John a wealthy and Founder of the Grand of which the Rev. and worthy Mr. Zachary is now Head Mafter there are 12 Youths of the Head for the three of whom are who will be in Archers Green with and Caps with Silver By the Death of Dr. who died lately at the Town of an Efrate of 1400 1. to John Brother to the Right Hon. the Lord Chief and Member of Parliament for in died advanced in at her Houfe in New Mrs. Relict of Edward of Her Jointure of 1000 1. per devolves to a young Gentleman at a Student in one of the On Evening died at his Lodgings at Gravel William in the of the Feace for the County of and 400 1. per Ann. in the Afternoon as the Wife of Mr. of in was walking with her Mother and another Lady in the near Church Row at fhe was attacked and of her Gold by a Footpad but of the Company him with the Cry of apti being by fome of the he was loon taken found means to throw away the as is behind fome and being carried before 3 was by him committed to laft a Gentleman and Wife Were robbed fn a and Pair near by two of five a and two a noted known by the Name of was taken up at and committed to R M T S for this are taken in at Lloyd's Coffe m Lorn
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