Daily Advertiser, May 22, 1749

Daily Advertiser

May 22, 1749

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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 22, 1749, London, Middlesex The i3ally jy^^^ MO N D May iT49, RRIV'b. the Citolt^r. BftU, �from v�h^ Strright*. tnd ixmi\M wttit the lain Ykcht. Came do^vn �f�d failed to the WelVward, the TVyton M�tt of W�r, livish the Hriace of Watef, Robitifon, the Marwooe- N^lc >nd Great Mightlnellies the Statei of  iM�h��ot the Happinefs to be beloved by the People: * The next Peiifoii that is put in the Lift is M. dc ftact, � Borgonailcr of Lr(4tn, allied to the Family of M. Fagel,  and who is faid to be a very woithy Man; a third ia  M. Hop, Secrvury of the Council of State, who fuC>  cecded M. Vandcr-Hop. Some .Peo|>1e nenUon thp * Coanfiellor Vandc^-Miede for a foiirch t and there is %  fiftk who ia not named at all: becaufc at publick Affairs � are jn fe great an Etnbarfafljaient, it's dottbted_whcther-� he wilT accept of this Place. He is faid to be a good  Patriot, a Man of great Abilitie5, and to be very rich.  There is no other Method talked of (it prefent for the * fvxlcA Rc-eilaUifltment of the Finaneet. than that of a * jtcocral Tautioo. which is to be cflfeded by a Lottery of  s2o Millions of Florins, wherein every Body will be  wx^iged to be cooccmed according to their Station, and * ia Fropoftioa to what they heretofore contributed ro-  wands the pubBck Etpences. This Plan is calculated to * take hn the feood^Citixeaa, to whom it offers the Bait of * a cuB&derabte Fonane. at the fame Time that they arc * aoqoinUig (hcmfelvei of their Duty as good I'atriots. * The Lottery is to be divided into fix CtalTds, in each of " which are Prizes.from lO^ooo Florins to sooj and * there will be in it 100000 Ai^ions agaiad 6d occafioa'd fuch DiHurbaoce, that in divert Parts of the City Aty .were ob'ig'd to fhut up the.Ga'es and Sihftps. and to^d Detachments both of Morfe and Foot to of^ofie then, to avoid greater Inconveniencies, fcVeral on each Side being kill'd and difabled. L O N 1> ON. A Barbary Rover, with a large Number of Hands on board, has been taken by one of the Pope's Galley:^, and carried :ato Civita X'ccchia. Thj. .Veck (by bis Majcfty'a Order) an Account will bslaudhJorc iisi Mnjrfty and the Privy Council of the Nvinbi.r oJ i-tinilics and Perfons who have embark'd for Nova Scoiia, wlwu li* expected the Laws andGovcrnmeni of laai Cobny wiW be niide publick. We hear that befidcs the 17000 Seamen in full Pav. 3'>OQ more are 10 be rcgiller'd at 14 L per Annum cacli, to be within Call an any Emergency. On Saturday lafl fcvcral I'ranfports were contrafled for by the Government, to carry four Reeiments of Foot to Jklit^orcj. one to Anr.apolis-Royal. and anotikcr to the Ice-wanl iiUodf. fjr exchanging the Forces in thofe Garrilons. The fame Day fcvr ral Iraafports werecontrailed with for thecair}ing the Rcgiiucnu and Sto^c^ dcfign'd for Nova �QDts�, which arc to embark lUe Beginning ul ncxc Month at Portfmouth for that Colony. Mr. Samuel Levett is appointed an Enfign in Lieutenant General Read's Regiment of Foot. Mr. MttcLcl Uirt is appointed a Lieutenant in Lieute-nant-GcDCtal Wolfc'� Regiment of Foot. Mr, George Coatee i� appointed a LteuKnant in Colonel Lcighum's Regiment of Ftiot. Laft Fjtday the Rev. Edward Bennot, M. A. was pre-feaicd by the Earl of Rochford to the Vicarages of Kirby and Waltoa in Effex. and to the CommiflArymip thereunto aaaeud, woith aoo 1. per Annum. The Rev. Mr. Bidworth ^ appointed head Mailer of the free Giammar-School at Newport in Shroplhire. in the worn of the Rev. Mr. Pcrke. deccafod ; And the Rev. Mr. "�JJnfo� is appointed fccond hf ailcr. 0� Whitfunday died, at his Living, where he always fcMol, the Rev. Mr. Wdliam Harpw. Rector of Berwick � Elaut, near Abbcrford in Yorkihlre. The Living is worth 4xx> I. a Year, and in the Gift of the Right Hon. the Chaccdlor of the Dutchy of Lancafier. Laft Friday about Five in the Evening died, at his Hoafc in Scncano-Inn, Fleet-Street, John Yale, Efoi Coecfi^or at Law. . By a Leita from Litchfield of the 17th inftant, we are wfwrn'd of the Death (the Day before) of Chcllo.i Iluetlcy. Efq; Batchelor, a Genilemaa of a large Ellate in War^fcickfliire, which devolves to bis Bfo:her, Janvcs Huntley, of Taomrth. La* Week Mr. Maxwell. Pur\cyor of Wines to his Royal J^^aefs the Duke, coming on Horfeback from Hydc-^Ht, was flung from hi* Horfc, by which he frailur'd �2� Skull, aid Las lain fpccchlefs ever fince, antl 'lis *�>�th� cannot recover. OaThutOiay lafl died Mr John Turner, Yecman of *�� Majtfly-, Battery. Verterdfly KforninjS about Ten o*0otl� fioned his Death tlfc next Morning. Lall Saturday Afternoon at tvcr one of the Children, anvhich was a Womai^,, had her Right Leg broke by the fotc Whe�l I'miivJn^ ovet-it. Divers other AcclAl^t^ts, of the like Jifaiute iutve hap-ptined rtnce the F'air at Bo\y began ; On Wedpcfday Ua i|irec HorlcJ4UAed'il GuiUford for thejOl. Plate, whichAvis wott by ^Tr 'Pfrii^'i^tey Gelding. On Tburf-lay ifiBar UotjGw fta^tJsd (ot tht.Pktc� th� A'ft Huat was WOuby Mr. Clatk'i grey Mare,*�at a bit/'Mare ivon thrt Tecohd and thiWl Ht^i, and the f}�te. ftri/i^oifth, Irtty 17. YclUrday Mor|nng*cv,cu?ect>Tran(-, portsVrire4 at$pitheM, dr lUstlments ' of Foot t� QtbraUal', who are flioinly ir)tpiK^�"^! lierc to on bark. Alloit df the Tranfpotts caine intb the Its ba.it lu visual and vmf*........ ^__. 'I'hefatne Day i�Hed llrom^EEicn^i ai^ at Ni|;t* v crt-out of Sight, * feveo Tr|iafpOrtB, having the I'emihcJ on board. goi�jgfoirNov%.Scodi, under C6nV|^y pf ihc Ali>-iny Sloop of war. RaneUgh-JIdufe and Gardens will lat ;^ opened this Evening.^n account of the Ilpufc mid Amphitheatre bvjng cog?J}ed for the SuUfcfipii .Searop, ^nfl coacludo with an cxaU ReptvfcntauoU f>1 thf^ tni^nificent Edifice, with its proper Ornamcntg^^ Embfeinatical Figures, Traftfparencies, &t:. and th(i xiri^vorks to iniitatc a!) near as puiuble the Roynl oncs}m wk Green Park. The nc*r Rcfcmblance and Bcaoty fi||thl;i|irewai||a have given great Satisfu6^ion to Nitniber|v o^lGen*liem*n iind L.adics of Dillii^ttoa. Gxe&t^Care �ji]l 'taktun to keep out Pcrfojif of iU Repute.. '" 'f'* At'Stdler's Wells, lilinRtoh, this^JBfvi^lng, Mr. potpi-liiquc, tv^. WHl^^nu, and Mr *aa otltcri. Singing by Mr. Heiofkiik, Mit. Sml[j�,j:i^Mif� Lotvf. Tisc whole to conclude with an EnUiia^mhht of Muficki eall'a Scipio Afticanna. laterfperfed �Hih aPieca in Grotciqiie Chara6ten, call'd Harlequin Grand Volgi. Each Perfon to fce admitted for a Pint of Wine or Punch. At the New Wcjis in Goodmau'i Fiddsj thii Evening, will be fcveral new Performances by' Monf. Tartfey from Venice. To'which will be added, feveral Scca�t in Oro-tefque Characlrrs, never perform'd before, calPd Whilfun Holidays.: or, Harleqpin at Greenwich. The whole tt> conclude with the Triumphs of Peace. Britannia; Mtt Miles: Mara, Mm Miles i Peace, Mtf� Granifr i ViAory* Mr. Joe Grauier j Fame, Mailer Granicr i Time.  Mr, Granicr ; P(u4ence,. Madam Tartfey ( Plenty. Mrs. King. Juilice, Mrs. Phillips t IVadc, Mr. Hendrick. From the new Academy in Windfor-Strcet, adjaceat to Wiiegate-.Mlcy, without Bifliop^gaie, are wanted isvo Perfons that can found the French Horn, to go to Sea. They will be engaged by the Year, and po other Duty required of them. Further Particulars may be heard of at the faid Academy, where'Gcnilcmt-n nre taught to play on the German or Common Flute, Violin, Frcneh-Homs, �(c. Danveen the Thankfgiving �nd the Fireworks for ihcGeaeial Peace, with a perfpediive View of the Rotunda and Gardens the Habitb which there apoear'd. paiticularly the l,adic$ vylug \viih each otjigr in Drcfs on that Occafion. Thib Print culou:'d has a furprizing beautiful RffUl by the Concave (Wafs. Saturday Rsnlt Stock wa� tlo Pricei lad it $Wk it^ I half. Sonh Sea Stock i 16. Dhto DM A�a�iii0 i 8th. Ditto New 106 7 ttha a 1074 fianik AwmUm 1746, 106 I ?th. Ditto 1747, 10$. DiwtAtpittf 1747; ir>6. Sank Anr^utrics 174^. to; 1 ath. 1 htticper�5lM� Anouitwa too t ||L) at 4th. .MtlQoa Sank, w� ftk^ Kquivatent. no I'l �.v. Royal Affatattcr, noJPt^. Vm^ 4 m AiTuranee, 10 y 4'h�. Ettg^ifh Capper d. * Scm JgT' Cent Kn^ttetor's Loan, tj^ FivrperC�at.ditto.7srSUtt. B.�iik Circulation. 4>-' i^*. yreiti. fwd^aillodi gl, Tifu Day ae ffiiifo^d^ {4*mt 6*J Not*. All tba Writ^ei* ai th� tbwM iM)�lna4tnb!� in tiiianlity to b� pilimri Jlw>nnt(ty. ait eiMaia^ ia (Mb Volumn, anJ �t M!Wi^.TaH|i''e.ta _______*M1 Preparing for tin P R BS ^, jf niat ks 6fIhtjEttlsof RoscoMMosrjT itoftnt-Snfttt, 1. D����T sivl If air4it,S2tSAkttta�.CAatM.|l|r.SraaiOin itr. ^Val'sh. Mr. TuKit.. a4 Mhit �MtMi4WiiMilb rl>�t.la tit* �twA^' h /'^��''��i tSrfiee of'6idi*aij^ May �i �3ME*t .'f.-\'Jk>t,"^ i.!nir*VL'Qf in iit T4Wr, m-TtdMu lie tott,^*. ...^.-i Shwtltt Sf^fs^ Svetrdi, Ut^t-Btmh, MMt^ Mir^l of Lf>i4>n, nkitri frmud fJ^tik^ nxiUkdtKtfdt^ huh Pitft.1t at ffflvjir 1^ fene. �  ' _ CHARLES BOSH.. ��� � � ' Navy-0^�r,||April tj^i'l^^4jg^^^ a A N K R u p r S. Samuel Peter Lichigary, and James L>a, of the City of Exon, Merchant!) and Partiierii in Trade. Edward flranwhite, of l.avcnliam in the County of Suffolk, Stayniaker and MaliAcr. '�1 y 1J THE Prhcifpl Open ^il-i-mfS'j;^himT$^ �/ Ten ifChtk It tit Mtmiti^, CMv4-^�>i*r-i�ag&-��sm^eji^ t� SJe at Ni op* iii'lit M^pfif* *\^d�l t'wifiaa^ /V-H^iU of lit Shift tit Mtdwuy. Burfiim mj^Twm; tt% Tuu, md tie him^ Sitfal Stsr^tf^ tf $46 fim;: tiitthrr kxiik tbt Mt^h fiin^, Sm^Uft Ai�*f�� thtf^S^4iiB*^^t�mP^ nshJUl mtHrni tit fiudSakmt / tMeiiitiutpa*^, ,0fdlttmt-m/mt'ijft/rAn^ tilt Ptopetty tf th* Ornm. \ N^vy-O&e. klity la; 1-49. T//� PrimipJ Cfiirt W Cumi^tiun ^ tit Navy gh/t Sttiee, tittt �m 'Tmt^y tkh ,tf mtxt Mvith, tt Etiitfn a'ani im t6iAUr*itT. C!U)�^%i^i* Jh^t' ^ rHMpJtHiUrt (frmU4 if) frvm^ tarj trtml -wVSfl Pn^iti tu /haU h intlinaUt tifaffty iht fmii far J em' � ^imtlkf-t%� tmJl, nvitk fmmttb ftxH^e Stimt, Citlltr Si�m, jay ihfuidSttif, at ftr i�xnMtt�y, im fitty Etmft *j^�r tiv Day tfSJi. Akj P.r/^tt kkU at^t ^.iuiax t* ImyAeJmi Ship. 6fr. nmy vie-m lur a! any Tijut kfrt ll* they t/Soit, ufm tippiyiui u the OjJKtr, tf tht JjlJ Yti'J imtbtfnftt^ waikitijf tlaurt. :1 Ij&nattta of /Mf^dmd Limit CoMit Piiidt, High Water at London-Bridge ihi* Day at 7 Hiinutes after 3 ia the Morning, and z; after 3 in the Afiernodii. Tbh Day are publipydy Btitg � ffoftr Pitjtmt f.r yiuig LdiUf �n4 dtHilimim M liih tirtaiin^-m, (ihiit V. id. nuit, ttatly iim-Jj New HlSTOKY of ENGLAND, \iy Queftion t�d Answer. E��i.ifl�d from .ib� mnft rri^lwatcii rndtOi fliftoTiSDi, part'culjily M. KAl'IN de THUYHAS. Tht SUih Edititin Adorned �ilh ihirtr two Copfci.l'I'ici, itf.rrenrln^ Ibc m-^ft Youth. And A Nc* KO.MAN WITOHy, liy Qu.Mioa %M Anfwn. Uu^tA fruii) tnticnt Authuxt, il)'.- iii�ft i linung ihe modern. By til* Author of the Hlftory cf li.t'wid. Tli* T))iid tdiuoo- Aitorned w.th Tit'een IViiiptr PUtci, irpfci iitin( the mpA a>rtiiv>4b.c (XtuircJKCt in the Romin flirt ry, for the tnicrtiii(nieni ot Yanih t'liO e>i for 't'hunus Aft'r/, Ui* twM b} R. iildwin ;ua. at the lUfe IPiffital for rit !^aU:ti*iiitit aiii difrtid yvhai OhU-.m, i* May 19, 174^. NO r ICfi it hereby gtveo. that AltintiQaa being ncccffary to be tnade for tlie Rcceptioat of Uma PcrfOnr of high DiflinQjoa. the Mufick which was adver-(i>'d for I'hucfday (he liih indant. to bj pertibnnV! m th� Chapel, itdcicir'd till SaturtiUy the ayih .iioUat. atTwdto at Noon, and the Ticket* for the ajih wiU betkoi svcchTd. The Mufick to be perfurm'd. c�mistl* c>f (he iblldwiof Pieces compofed by GEORGE FREDERICC HANDEL, m. Pit/I. Fhe Muf>ck far the lata Royal Fireworks, nsi the Anthem on the Peace. Set*id. Wlcd Pieces fro.-n the Oratoi!v of $�IoA9�, relating to ihe Dcdkaiiun of ike TcApie. YU'-J. Scvcnit Pieces Cosapofcd f^ r th� OccafiM, the Word* takea fioia Saipiurc, and applktble to thu Cluiity �lid its Bcncfaftois. Nt> PcKo^s whatever will be adttitteJ bet }tf ft'MuA Tickeu, wbuh ate ready to be de'Wer'd at Hail a iimaoa each, at the Hofpital, at White's ChocoGa'je Honfc ia St. Jamrs's Street, and at Blatfoa'a p^^'Huofc la CQrafcill. Note, There will be 00 CoilefUw: aad Mr. TobMo liaviuu prioud the Wmd* of this PerfodBwcc .for the Brucni of thi> Chaiiiy, Books n�ay be bad at t!ic Fiacci where Tickets ate drJivcrJ out. at One Shdbnit c^t*.:,. ;

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