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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 5, 1751, London, Middlesex June 5, 1751, June 3. AILED after the for Leghorn Prince of for Nova as did all the other Outward-bound this No Ship Ship in the June 3. by The Prince from is arrived off from at from at from at from at from at in 8 Two from at from at The from to ft put into having loft her The from Jamaica for London is pat into having received Damage in the arrived the Mail from May By divers Letters from Naples we are that new Discoveries are daily making in the City of Heraclea and that the Workmen bad found lately very Marble and a large quantity of Silver May 29. Count Governor of Secular Senator of the Kingdom of and grand General of the Crown died on the Seat at in the 86th Year of his By his the Command of the Army devolves on Count Palatine of June 5. His before his gave Orders to the Count de Commandant of this to deliver a Ring fet with Brilliants of a considerable to Madame de a Native of in the Suburbs of had been upon for his during the Review May 18. The Merchants of this City have received the that five Algerine and a large being on a hive within a Fortnight taken off Cape Riciuto in the nine trading fix whereof belonged to the Merchants of this Ci and were loaden with Corn and Oil two to the and one to the This and the Danger find to of greater on Information that many other Pyrates from Barbary infeft the of Calabria and the Interruption to the Commerce of this May 26. A fatal has lately happened here A young of good who had been violently with a his after courting her upwards of two found it to prevail with her to marry and that ber fole Pretence for was her to his at length determined to have to to remove the invincible which being effected without the or the Spark renewed the Offer of his Hand to the who now thought proper to accept But a few Days after their Marriage the Hi Srind being with the piercing Agony and and looking on his Bride as the principal Caufe of his deplorable deprived her of Life by Stabs with a in che very Interim fhe was to the Gloom and Horror with which he appeared to be This having been immediately without the Interrogation not only this laft but of which the World was before entirely June His Serene the to on his return to June 4. His has been to and appoint Brownlowe commonly called Lord to be Lord Lieutenant and of the County of J fine 4. The King has been to and appoint George to be Colonel to the Third Regiment of Dragoon William to be Paul to be And John to be Lieutenant in the faid the Houfe of appointed the of to preach them on the 11th The Fort St. from are arrived at their Moorings at Monday laft his Royal Prince of Wales and Prince Edward were with his at the Part of. the the kight Hon. the Lord nominated late of now of and formerly a Grocer of this as a proper to ferve the Office of for the Year at a Court of Aldermen Mr. James an Son of Peter of this was admitted and into the Place of one of the Attorneys of Lord Mayor's in the room of Mr. John A Piece of Ground is out adjoining to the Foundling which is to and two Buildings are to be one at each Corner one of which is to of a Sick and the other for the Officers and Servants of the Houfe to in. the Lord Tyrconnel fet out for his Seat in was married at St. by the Rev. Dr. Francis of the to Mifs Meredith an agreeable young with a On Sunday laft died James Clerk of the to her Royal the Dowager of and Member of Parliament for in Laft Sunday died the Lady of William at his Houfe in Laft Saturday died at the in Mr. Thomas much lamented by all his On Sunday died at Mrs. who formerly kept the Salutation Tavern in Morning died Mr. an eminent Cutler without We are informed that Richard late of has by his laft Will and left to Governors of the Lendon Infirmary he was One Hundred Pounds for the Benefit of that that Sum towards the building of a new and Thirty Pounds more towards their 1 fent the Quart Bottle was fent down to in to be filled with that wonderful the Prophet having foretold that its Supply be as as that of the in Regard to the great Numbers about that Capacity being fd well known none need take a Journey to the Spring here will be lefs than that of Information having been given to that a fet of who had lately received a great Defeat from that had rallied and repaired their in a Houfe fronting the Thames the faid to attack them a fecond and as had before out at the a was made to attack them both by Land and for which a with a Party of the Guards embarked at the at the fame time that the High the Head of another Party of the attack them by Precautions of the fome of their received previous and had entirely evacuated the Place before it was inverted by the who entring without any a fecond made a Demolition of air the Tables and other Apparatus for On Monday Evening the High with a Warrant front went about twelve o'Clock to the near Exeter where idle of both Sexes in were carried before the faid who fat up alt Night to examine Several of them when of their Antic found to be young Gentlemen of under twenty Years of Names and the did not think proper to and as he was unwilling to any ' after a fevere all the fome of them the could not give a very Account of Hence it appears how it is to Scenes of Midnight The from the Canaries ftir loft on the a known by of was committed to the for picking a We are defied in this manner to hearty Thanks of the lately from Slavery in by Excellency to the Proprietors of Sadler's for the Favour they the Free Benefit performed there laid Saturday which MOr ney was equally And to inform the that the of Fields has offered to follow the laudable and charitable and them a Benefit on Friday the 14th If jour Son ajk for give him a Stone if a give bim IF Methods mould be taken to Taxes that tend he muft pay to the is the our Rights amd is founded on and Trade never thrives but in Climates of If fevere be taken to coiled or great Goods from Place to this will certainly work in the Hearts of tie Being excluded the Liberties to which have a Right in will they carry with them violent Have not fuch proved even to Government For of what Value is in the World who are cot off from the Benefit of and reduced to & State of The Trading Part of is the valuable Part of to them we owe The of jour waj employed in encouraging arid I of later But if we any Gentleman at the who a Man's Property tiU he procures a Habeas oja Certificate from a little to remove his Goods mould be fpund removing without tt they muft be will not thisbe pn and a Scandal toi the &c. may be will the fraudulent but they a to Mm to carry on his pernicious Craft of the fair who aldrie Will relieved 3 in the contribute to the or When arid found by Experience that they cannot the only the Duty to - a proper Benefit of the and berty of the Why mould he be loaded with high to inrich a few or Men to the of our American and to the great Injury of ali Fair who are the chief Support of the of the of the Method to Tea bring in near double the Sum to the Exchequer they when overloaded with high Duties And every Dealer in Country will tell you he fells much more of than that ' the fame in to the Tobacco would-be attended the fame happy both to the Crown and Fair for whom I humble ' Old and fold very by Whie from theCity of He gives Attendance every Day Nine JuV * oral Mr. The Proprietor of the Chien Savant returns Thanks for the Favours has received from the and leave to inform that his Continuance in England will be and Thia Day - he will exhibit of that Animal at a Shilling each there be or more in willing that mould the feeing before he this ' ' At v by particular Defire of of the fame Grand RoyM the Prince of will repeated this tail ire taken mil
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