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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 19, 1749, London, Middlesex                                1 le F R i D AT, May i0.   1^49 Afjry 17. RRIVD, the Fly, Ricktnls fi'offl FAlmoath ; ihc Duke of Cumberland. De(>ham, and tlie Mary Galley, Brixcn, bolh-from Malaga.   Wind North-Eatt. Extras 0/ a Lrtt,-r fr�m   th IlAr.uE, Anted Muy |8.  'I'hc Publick has been already ' made acquainted with the Sieur * GiiiU's being difntiffed from the Employment of Grand �,Penfiooary, and in fome Degree with the Caufc thereof: * It ^lll probably ihcrcforc not be unaccep'able to giv'e * fomc Anecdotes relating to that difgraccd M miller.   lie * waa not of any diltinguifhcd Family, butraifcd hirnVf by * his Talent* at the Bar:   He was feme confidcrabic Time * an Advocate,  then was tnadc Penfionary of lUiihm, * aftiwWard* Second Grcfficr with Mr. Fajjcl, when the * Untie bf that Gentleman w.1s obliged by his great Age to * qtnthUEni&loymcnt; atlchgth,upon thcfuddcnDcnihof *' MrvVMderhisini he \va� elcdlcd Penfionary of HalLind An *. Air of Haoghiinefs and Arrogance |>reventud him fiotn * gaining many Friends, and his Cundudat the Head of the ' Party which had declared thcmfclvcs upon the Drath of Mr. * Vinderhcini for the Neutrality, having rcndrr'd him fttfpedfedi he became, when he went to Paris with Count * W'anenaer Ttvicke!, the Objert of the HHtral of all tie ^ Natltiiii but more par^icuLvly^by his Opp'.fuion     the Prince of Orange's being defied SftidtholiJcr,   Upon  this Octafi�>!� he owed the Prefervation of his Life to  the GtnerOfity bf the Count de Behtinck, who fcrecncd  him from the Fury of the People by giving hjm an Af; !uu\  in his PalaCiBJ in ObU|at!on for which lie was lo fa^ ' from making any Acknowledgment, that he could never  forgive his ^nefaflor for laying it upon him. All on a �. fudaQii kc.feetiifd to |iave changed i>ir was on hl^ Wiy to meet hiin, when he was ' put under AtreA by the Co rt. �vho h�d ^ot Notice of it  His Antaji^omU flitcrwards prffented a llaiiJcrotis Menioiial  aj;ainjl hi.n to General Lcutrum, who not unaci|uaiiiicd  with tl'.t-di!lingiiilh'd (ifltrit of Major Minutoli, (uppii.1 'il  ir.   A Copy of this Memorial iicvcrihelcfj was deliver d  to the Sccfeury at War, who informing the King of tlie  Matter,  his MujolJy appointed a Court-Waidul to en-  quire iAto it; but the biave Major, who huf fo often  liicwn hiinicif fupefior to the bcft-conduilcd Attacks of  hii Fnentyin the Field, unable to bear up ui-dcr tl.ij l.ovA  of unmerited Calumny, has put an End to the Affair on  hi.-i Pan, by retiring to a Convent.' iieuva, M.y j.   The whole C iiy was in the iitm >fl Con- ftd^naiion, u|iou Advice that eleven Sail of IVnl'i's uerc ujK>n our Coiills. ttic largctt cf vvluch vva^ a Vcfiel car-r>ing twenty lour Guns, fnd four huudred Men i it being apprehended ihat they meditated a Dtfcenr, lo prevent which, four Gi.ll^es and a great armed Bark had been fent to drive them oH' tlic Coall and a confjdcrable Body of  ejjular IVoopi to fupport the liih.ibiiant., in calc they ih^U land lliimfu'il'. Mil, 20. A Pody of IFryfJjrvJck: ha-c la'ely renewed tlicr li.cjri! ;ns into I'ljluiJ. bat by (onie iV.Ulakc in their Inielligeucv' en.'cfed into a P.^it ol tlic Country �vhcre a BoJy of I'oliih Horfe h:id ihcir Q^iartcrs. v\ho attacked and routed thini, ki.ung i'.iid ruJcing al i^Mc.i Chairman of the Sclfions at Hick* Hall, in the tcvm t< Thomas Lane, Efq; one of the .M.^llers in Cbit*Ccjy. wa* a Mirtakc, ivlr. Lane not having refs^n'd. On Wcdncfday lart was interr*d ak Whiihsn i-i f* n IJ the Ri^ht Hon. Sir John Norrii. Thi' Week died Mr. Filher, at the Vim^Twcna in :le Miiiories, the oldell Inha^tant in that. Pbil^. S''    ' cf marly    lie go^ igrtii.ll fcotbolic lhtf��m>r, itnd very' fucccfifully drunk \n l.itn*  NiA- irj? ail 5 j Par-k AliiiviJtu* left. Duo '-f?. 'vi,c. L>iti*4;oJ crv (,.|;. i(f)a iiJIth   tttflk' .Anwaitici '�~\^, toj  h*U a icj a 1 Athi . I hrcc per Cm:  Aiuv.'itcs ioi> a 9^ 5 ^ i.i,\^e,,-.\> 1 half. Her, in and after Trinity Tcaa tjf4^ Mifldhfaiti 'Tuefday      May 30. Friday        June t: Thurfday 8. After Term. Thurfday    June ij; Thiirwj* ' liint f. Turfday 6. Afttr Temi. Friday        June '6. embark a coLhiciublc iieinlwfci-ii.trtt of Trjop* lui the ^�.TJc Place. LONDON. , The William   ;irKl   Ann, C.ipi. Waliicr, Iroin Car liua for Jamaica, v..r lytf in her I'.il' ij^^e, the Crew |�vcd. On Fiiday lail hi^ Cji..cc iliC Uii.\c of Atbolc i/ni luar-littl to Mils Dr .itTiiiiJiid. ^ We hear that YillcuJay in the Evening there was a grand Entertainment, whiih cnJcd with a fupcib Ball, at Mr. Thorpe';,, [ijg l.tbcck's Head  I'avern m the Strand i at y'faich Mcie prefcni fcveral kitiji^a MiOtilei), and tsan/ twrer o� St. Dunllan* in O.c Eatl. f r thf Hrrtiit or the Charity Childrcii of CornhlU ar.d I.in-c .it.cr Wardt Kar6l3j>h Iloufc and (i.vrdcas w:l' nbe C'iei.cd on Monday i'lvenirg rext, oa actouni of die .Airp>uLcaiic beinii iheu ci>g..j;cd tor a piiv.itc Fntti an-ucui The ulual lintertannn'I', ivill b:.- on rat\!.lj> Ev.i.inj;, aad ihc lire I'lfcs will be lijji.tcd that Ni^j-'it. 'I hi; linieriaiiunehti of Cup�?r"s CJarJin* will continue this and tvt y iivenn ;.; iti.ring the Siimnicr r.f-iion. -nd coiiiluile wjtli an ex:ti Kc prcfeiifaion of riip magnifier rt fi^urt.t, 1 raii(|�arcncic�. A.c. and ilic tirewoiks 10 imitJitc a^ i>c4r nt pfjUi'i'e the Kr>tal onei in the Cirren P.Jik. 1 lie nrat' HtliOibljiKc and ISciufy of li c I'liewO'ki have given g'iiiUi;^l iiV\ r�pjris l':4Ce� 10 be taken at the New Ttjca:re in inc Hay Market. William Barton, of Kuckholt Ruufc n FllcJt. brg� Leave to acqaamt la SuKciibcis. and the ttH of Friends, that there will r.oi b: a Cocccit or Oreakfdit Uji Monday the zQih intlant. on account o ttc iior^ourabfc the Lall Indu compan) having an Enieitaii.Rttnt ti\cii thui Day, but ivtll be con'.ina'd th zzd inlian-. ;.ni all �>;i:cr Mt>nJ.i)s during tlic bi:uiiiier beaton. There is �if> fVo-Viauu and CoTvvcaietvce 10 cntcrtwo ai:y Namber of Per loi.i any Day in the Week At iudlcii Wells, Ifliiigion, this Eveping. Mr Ooaii-iiitj'ie, Mr VVil'iams, and Mr. Pedro, wi.'l p<.�rat(; Pat\te* Ycilei-day, which were equally divide�it to et�i grt-iT Kcli-f. and the Comfort qf our unhappy Fatuilks. wi�>. w tkoui tUe Benefits\ve receive from �(eU-diCpyfed CUnJtiaus, woald be reduced to oofpcAable Hanifliips. ....... . ' ' L  ' St. Pe cr in Cornhil), by the �T S:,. 1 ovvJ)Tl�^   rlf r,yj u.^P^mm^^t.'M     }e ^i f the K.mIs ot Hosc�MMr�N* M�. Wahm. Mr TirKKi, �T'.ii other te!tbi4ti.dWfttWi, tf i*h*.tdt Wotki it).�� sr.? 1 �i5 firall Re-� n. t-nmr4�vr | j^n* R. 1 mi n �ni S, Dtsftr. in ih! Strsn 1� * : .i   NPVW   c'OLLECTIOaN'* -'Z'    . X/OYrVGLS a.iJ TRAVKLi;, m Four, V    Vrlua t�. t>^jtn>,    �  . Vtfir\ fat r. Ai?!*5-. tini (ciM tjt R. It^U-viU'jun. st tht R�f� iln P��rf .n!>Rer-R��'�.     l N.ir. 'in. 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