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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 12, 1749, London, Middlesex /ft I 1> A Y> Mav It, 7743. H E Difpatch Sloop of Wai- put back Yeftcrrlay after Port. SaiiM, the Badger and Difpatch Sloops of , War to the Well ward. All tlic outward-bound Sh ps remain as per laft. Arriv'd.thc Mary, Ryan, and the Klizabcih, Scott, from Lidjon j and ihc Succcfs, Tu 1, from Oportd. Wind E.N. K. Extras ef a Lrtttr frrtnt a Mrgr'lr^tt cf Amfterdam, d.itcd M.iy a. Though we cannot, (lom the different Advices whicii we have hitherto rrccivcd. abf�>lutcly pronoumc how his Danifli Majcfty is difpofcd in rdpcfl to the Affairs of ihc jVcrM, yet thcrt is a Letter from an nuthenick ManJ, mhich affares us, that this I'lincc has dctlar.il lo the Abbe la Maire, that the Engagements which he itaa ^�wWh his Moll Chrillian Majifl^. do not oblige him lo rpiiatn neuter, fee.ng they only rtlatcd to the War >vhich i* joft finiihed; that therefore, if he determined not to take part in the Rupture \viih which the North : (ccin'd to be threaten d, it procecdijd from no other MbHive tbsn his pacifick Way of 'Fhinking and his Averrion to War. The Contentt of this Letter may bfe true io every Part, itM yvt no eonfoqucnire can b�; drawn from it, svhich may penetrate the Veil wherewith the Policy of the Danifh Miniftry cover? its Rffolutibns, when it thinks fit to hide them from the Knowledge of *7�HcTuBircic: ' Some Letters from Parit pretend, that the Affjtr of .7a^g7, and that of Monfieur dc U Bautdonnaye, have not a little contributed to tiic Difgrace of 'cunt de Maurcpas. Who was afways the favo-Jiitc Minillcr pf Lew's XV ; and that the Marchioncf* of Pompadour has greatly kc'pcJ to topen the King's Eyes in relation !o the Adminiftration of this Minider, who, flic alledp.cs, has foffcr'd the Marine of//...<�� to go to abfihite Ri;iii. This Lsidy^ thcfe Lcttcfs add. will hold the hrll Rai k in the-Hiflory of Royal Miftrefics, if (he continue^ to con- disft Jkerfelf as flie has done for two Years pall. 'Tis the who has given Peace to Europe, and 'tis .flic who "J^ecM her Lover in paci/kk iicnriment!, and infpirtM i.iui *. witltJidViAion for his People, tvhich liiis Monarch fliews � on all Occalions. � ^Hhe fame Letters further fay, that the Marcjnis de jPiijrficux.is more than ever in the good Grace? of ine King, who loves him bejond ExprcfliOn j and as tiic Marquis it naturdly a F"r5cnd to Peace, and that this too is the Charaaer of the Kirtg. it will not be difficult for bUtf toI|ttep'bis Majetly in pacifick Inclinau n�." i - O N D ON Orfj �f aCiraiU.r Lttrr r>/ Ctuiii Trffin, at StotlMm, to the UtBtjltri of iu Swidijb Maj.jhf at farrign Cjuiti. It is with cquai C/utcmpt and Surprilc, that 1 have fccn in what taconildciatc Manner 1 am named in fomc printed Papers, as the Head of � Party intending to re- ctlablilh an Arbitrary Power in'Favour of Ivis Royal ^ f^ighncG the Princti Succeflbr. 'I'his Sufiiicion i� f. injurious, and ias fo modi Uie ublJckly to declare the I'alfl.sjd of iho/e who prcfumc to put roe in fuch a wrong UJm. 1 have the Honour to- be a fcftinber of the Sen^ite, and * the AtFcfUlion with which they take Care to caufe fuch * Falihoods to be infrrted in the pub'icU Prints and Ncws- * Papers. 1 am, &c.' We hear that in ordir to promote and extend the Wha!c-Fi(hii:g, the prclent bounty of los. ptr I on, on ail Shipping enjployed la the /aid lifhrr^, �vill not oiilv be Continued for fevcn Veari after the Expiration of the prcfent AA for allowi-g it, but an additi-nal Uoui.ty of 2CS. per 'i'o;i granted li irint ih.it Tinie, lo be paid out of l.ie CuileniJ. l>tr fjtnc Uouniy will be pjid to .Shipi fitted out in the iiriuih PJintaiions, and diicharg rg in Cireat Britain His M^jcrty ha� put o/r going to il e Houfc of Pecr< to fign the bills till the Uoufe ufcf, which "us faiJ will be about the N.i cp..,ix, app'>iiiicd Ainballador at ihib Court fioin I rjncc, ;iio ix. iv'il in 1 own. �pp"inicd SuMc.oj of liu- New Urulge *\ettminftcr, in the roim ot hlr. Cirahmc. deccas'd. at -------. _........ ~^....../ in thfct City, for bting conctnt'd in the Uie RtLclliun, and excepted in liie Ai\ ol lideimniy. 1 Cere is an Accoa- > from Lciglr.oii in (icdtor^lh.rc, of a great dssj of Rzi\, \\�^�.[\ TiianJcr ami I � �KuuMiy; ; wd that 78 Sheep were kiTd by a lUlV. ol . u-hicr i.j^ On Weduddsy Mr. RJph Ha/Toll, ol LMchojfc. fJl from the Side of a VeUci rito th.- River, and druN.uU ; aiaJ Yciladav Lis Body wav t3t:ea tip This Week died atHoll OAay, vrr) rich, Mr Chrift iplier Peacock, formerly an cumunt BioCiitle-W�avtr in ilr.ck-L�cc. SjuttlfBeld;. YeAemay died a-ivar.ccd in V>-ars, at Carpenters Hall, Wr. Fordiiam, an eii.ment I ^ .ii^'tt;cr. Ycftcrday at N'ouu a Waj;,cr of a very extraordinary Nature was wa'k d (or in bt jjiun' i'.rk, by a litiUljiil eighteen Months old, for a cofifuicrable Sum cl Woi.cy. Tnc Child iva� allowed thirty Minu.ti 10 wulk the l-cnj^ih of i)m Mall, which is half a Miic. b.it pei formed n in 23 Minutes, to the Admiration of '1 houfandi cl Spoiuiors At a Wardmote held YcJlrrday 10 li.c Panili Church ol 6^. iltidc lA FU�-t>utci, ft>r Uic Choite ol a I'cadie, in thtfoom of Abel Jarvis, deceafed, ^ht^ Ott*.d>d�t� wtfre Mr. Nicholls and Mr. Lotf; Mr. NichoIU had the Msjority at the holding up of Harais, and was aeCofvlingty dccli�rc >, for robbing Mr. Uelaport at Iflingt n. 5evcn;ccn wcio call for 1 ranfportation, and four acquitted. The Entcnaiiiments of Cuper's Gardens wtlt continue this and every. Evening during the Summer Seaion. anil conclude with an exact Reprefentation of the magnificent Edihce, with its proper Orrtatnenis, vi*. 4".mb!emittical figure*. TranfparcncicijJic. and the Fireworks to imitate as near as poflible the Royal ones in the Green Pa.tk. The near Refemblance and Beauty of the fircwofki have given great Sati^fadion to Nutlibcrs of Gcnlcmen and Ladies of Diftioclton Great Care will be taken to keep out I'erfons of ill Repnte. The Seventh Night. At the New Thc.itre in the Hay-Market, Tomorrow, will be performed a Concert of Vot-al and Inttrumcntal Mufick. Boxes js Pit j (niiux, ai tranfljtcd into French from the Ujjgir's Optra None will be admitted into the Bo.xes but \*irh pn..tcd Tickets, which will be delivcr'd at the Ollice of ti.c ThcHtre, where Places may be taken At Sadler's Wellj, Iflington, this Evening, Mr. Dominique, Mr. Williams, and^Ir. Pedro, will p-rforni fever*! new Tricks in Tumbli g Variety of D.incing by .\fr. Harvey, Mr Vanderduilc, Mrs. Hough, snd others. The whole to conclude with an Entcn.iiiinirni of Mufuk, call'd Scipio Africanus. Imeilperfid wj:h a Pierc �n Grotefquc Charadcre, cnll'd HarIct|oin C�rand Volgi. Laeh I'erfon 10 be adnij:ted for a Pint 01 Wine or I'unch. To begin at Five c'Clock. At the New Wells in Goodmar'.^ FipKlf, thit F.vrnirj:, will be fcvcral new Performances by Moin". i artisy trr.iu Vctdcc. Fo which will be nd.'ied, fevcyal Scenes iu r�io-tefqoc Charaflcrs, never pcif^rnicl befoie, c.\!r.i Whi.fits Hotid.iys: or, Harlequin at (irecnv.ieh. 'I'he s�h'i'� to conclude with the 'Fiiomphs of IVi'.if. DMf.in;iij, M-s. Miles J Mars, Mr. Miles ; Peace, Mrs. D^bviheri \ tctory. Mr. Dclavilier 5 Fame, Mr. Ueniivio ; 'i ime, Mr. J^rrs ; I'tudence, Mad. 'Z'artfcy ; Plenty. Mrs. King; j wiice, Mrs. Phdiips > Trade. Mr. Hendrick This Oay, ai Four in the Afternoon, will be a great Tlurling Match in the Artillery-(Jroiiivl, bt-rwf.-n ihet�en tlumcn of Lcinltcr and Mifiillcr, fur a cOfifN-iinbic Sum '�("is b.:li >rt Buildings in the Striind j JMr. FoMer'b, on I.udgaw-Hill ; and at the Pubiilhtrj lli>ufe, the Golden IlcaJ in I'm-jcan'� (Soiirt, Great Old B ily. Ytllerday BinkStoi-k was i^ia 3 ,>ihb. luJiaStnk 179 a I 4fh. S.JUili Sea Stock 10; t huU a iri t bsff. J)i to Old Annuities loj 1 Bih a 1 4th iJitio New irft Bank Annui.ics icj 1 8th. Ihnu 17.^7, i.-i Ditto I.otrcry 1747. t^J. Bank Annji>its ijiit, loj 7 8ihs a lOJ I 8ih a 104. Three per Ccn:. .'\nnuu!t . a 73?. I'rcm. New pub/ij/yj, hy hi} I^^jrjly's Authority^ Advrn^d'wilh ul'tt. dt 0/ 130 Capfir-l'liiit 1, Mt.pi,innJi,aurti A NEW COLLECTION <,/ 'OYAGliS ami TRAVKLS, in Foi;r Votiiinet, ij�ti>. PiinCtd for T. AfUcy, and fuld by ft. BiMwia jun. �c the Role in I'alrT ^iiufter Kow. N. ff, This Wo.k ii in fiich high Eftetm �hroai(, th�t 1 Trtrlli'io.T uf it Is iiu* priiiOMf, �t I'arii, by tJritrr ( the Ch4iic�llor vi Ft�ii pioui[i..n i.i il.� i.a\ift-.i-, tiid I he .5litri of Hu liitd. '�Ihis Dcif IS publt/h'd. In Four utat l'u
frfcnt Slate ul IrAdc, a< well tx (he hbcral Aiu (iW S it eirti refpfitive Country. Ih M'. N U O E N T. Vt nttd for S. Uirt, in Aire-Mary I.in�i D. Bro�ne, viiKoul Tcmyle-.Ui( , A. Millar, iu (he Strand) and O. Hawkiat, 10 First-&l>rtc V^iCTl'Al.HNcTc)FFJCE. M�y ii, 174�> J. _jri'r A'i�i� , i/jot aa Jf'idn.Jdup t'-e %\tti fjtimt, i� tie F'^fjMi:, thty oit// he TtaAj t9 trtatfv Pi,u,/tr fit 5�t^�./ �/ Cf!?re cf 0-5rTrce. Mnv �. s-*aQ-ffl|- f - � � � � - I II ml I imAm N*'* * ":i-"r*e, i�piSi ;4|, �?4t?. " > TNF r-^->F nf.-^-' ...-f ih *^yf/t tt .-t ht lyjft ~Vr *?w,ri"�'7"l*->.'/If /.>���!'"�;--j;r!'<|, rv llS.fe.'rt, K-yJ ih 5Vrs.^i ? ?-%*. '/.J^A TwfJis j .f^'y.-iVr.' -f?.-.'. r"j. I'-v-i, r�*_f-*. sJ'-i. ^F ' ^'tj i-rVA r-, iSi iTWsi &r �' frs tst*';'�iV 'r-./ffV , .'�'^ PiS-t.^jt-tsrr tT it ^:.2F ^'-^�^'h jA'H -o-;,*!- �(,- �''!r'� V f . I ri**�. />if^^ I;*"/ - Si vim tk'/ tjSti^^i ara F^fk'hl.-i'u .al" j"*?;-�--J ;='^,?'.'� r/' f.'S*' th Pr^ptrti sFth- Ci-r^.r. Jv.ji-y C�f5ke, May 6. �;4q. , T Prrfjis :ft t.-l- r L--''iUf^^'�'i'^S th\f^t� S^ii-.fa�^ J.-.1 4t I>l-^\- ,yFiiF C-r'. irrs T???*;jifvnh if. 1 j.r� .frft.-. C-.J fr-'ui5 U-i3f r-iltj. at CattsK�y'� RhjA.^ -. .a,,.ia *;!sci< 'J r iinrx'^ tils i'AliCa i'rt,jr:.ti; ;''ii.ic,-t ; �T J i wl�nii *trj' C)T.s'J!y Wlb- a f'-'i Sari: r,^.j? -�'./�i jjj 3� . ..-.'i m ISci! �t�i �^)C<� CjiJtfif^;!-ejntij;rw�i �^ 'Rtf-.i Stt^.k'::,.!:. ..^l ^ir Oii'tAji-A. �,;(T�iM~ �n J'Ujit, lite-� itiv'L-. n,l S.- ,w�� *ni r..:j> in At- . i ��'ift lCk!. , Vr .i- �g \n Mr, t.!iu�t,-n>i.ir, Ctarlt �V� taw: it.* C.-rr^B-jf, si �'..�y,i- Tt oj i.'Mtjtan}- ^iikli..r r*v,.^rs -ft zUir S -injfl. kui lu'fih i r>� tiir jet!. tnttaiM j "Jtn* lifnt H'�tar, r.ui r^iiicrr.*.^ !Ui .Jjr A't-Bn-ij-Barmjiai tlire; kt^jICairttc* 11 5.t..-i.ti. '.iii, till; !* ^'< -H-'iT titr,9i�^JASka. AM it it i"..Ji�.ij:fi . s; 3;-It-jtS ii.'i;, fitji.lj ji�r ro i-afifl At Niqf .j'-'Urk, ..-its-io'i. -ft : '. -I ��tt ji,-. ttLH'- irjatt �h<,-.:T C'ia-na. J'^Jll^ t ofiKaiiiE-rei znd A arrant <,)ffic lL.U lu c'^^ a^i ^iit^n� TT.-d lit ibit rt>uD.tt�a Affna In F oin'er: Ca.w. UsCi,!"-''. J'yi.>n,'Saj �;*(,tt,r ��i�jujt,4l 1�r3�# >C: -.k. r-.r uia;;>^': out l.a di! xuiiiu*] A..iilL: wisul* M I T C !J C I. I., ^i'* f*^, CiK lOi^.V -ru"t I . .il.Jt j:t ' i the - l^-t^l uTr i l.<-t�r r -.t. V, -H.il, tii-'ti- '.^ ' 'ta:ir, ft, - r.^j nf ti� W3 �,:if Ijjse .� ielt. t K Shi;) "rj-*"-it ;i W..-. ; iij.r. ..J, ; .....M I /^'(l SaP, it . t]� lll�U l�rf i.- : Tt... *. .. i.^ '-iir ('�-�-rt*! M. Ti.Vn VJ..^J-J,, e.-.rrf-: e-t^H.! Th-n.-r - .rt; . <.J^r ti ,.iT., ttK-�. OfJar �4 the .if JiiiiXi-> C � �>ar ��' T^r.* :.* -irr V-r^ 5iftCTr.i�rf6 irtiiU fay �iih�X.-c/^. VbiniuB.B . f',,-. r ;�r "���." K-rjtr Jed l� r^�v^^^� tvi.� pr�v��t.-.-i.�(-iii ii'ias -111 3:* 'UwC i>r� .iwu:. 'i it'r UK- f� j_t�c NVrnr ro cncuc iLacir, J.ir.; oe^ V...�.a �AuweilBia. <^r.a: it to .iirrt u iiu- in4 ihif l mi �. -. ir,!,., r.jK �t .a |uK ml, tt! i i. tSc Aftcmucc), la 6^ tt.: � jrvs.iii� liu-a Otaelfttaiw ; at.J tttU i�r.i� .�rtn** �imA �� ciu: U.a .--vr. ^i^i ikJiarJ Lx^md -Jm- i^ci^ia'-'-Sit tn WiMir-j, all4 RANELAGH UOUSE. Jlf�, is TTMH br^nn tSc tVtNlNGS
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