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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 23, 1749, London, Middlesex                                T U E S 1) A Y,   May Jill /)f7.   ilfrr 21. ^RIVD. the CHrmmg Molly, Hckirj. from Pon!inou;h.    Rc-the Gibraltar. Klli)!, and ihc ladia Yacht.   Wind N. E. ting the ting and bts. YeflCTdaj- arrived a Mail from Hon AVD. A.fi;'. ii;.rT 0 The Merchants of tLi� Capital hare armed fcveral Tar:atts to jam the four Galleys which arc a.^.i'ng againt! the CorUir? of Barlwy, and m King has tupplf'd crer>- Ship with 40 SoMicrj. Ammu-flitioD. and Amlierr. together wj:h Br w his Majetly. 'Ti� added, that there it now BO Talk in Denmark of any Armameau or Preparations for War, which tt b affared have been coantennandi.-d. Ptrii, SL^zi- On the xift a CIctk of the Fartni. ac-compai^ed by three Aicbeta, went to the Uoufe of the Oiuch Ambaflador, andtidtiogtheOpportunity of the Ab-fcace of the Swi& Porter, entered the Chamber of his Ex-ceUeoce to Aarcb for Tobacco. The Clerk, and two of g aiiit J to examine the Worki, aixl Icc ii rxctj-od. The Jjmr Ltitert adil. that che laying the ne�v Duty of thirty Soi* t*uand on all i'obacco impcme.'l to Dunkirk, anJ �o Crnr oa all that dull be exponed, has deter-oiio'd Icirul i>f toe �caltnic^traders to leave the Town, and iMtia&oj'd a g  fiom Pa.-is advif^r, that^he twenty French Batta-!i<�ni. *ri .;c Klkio i.i",o Daupl.iny fo much alarm'd the to �a{  nn.-. M J^. wa,i pre-*rii�3 b;. a�j Grace the D.-kc oj BcuIotJ to the Living of Lift Sata:t*ay the Lady of Si f'ranri. Diifhwood by fo C3tsgcfoufl, sliof the Saiali-Pox, at thet Se�t near Hi^h Wukham. that Dr 1 bompicn. Pliriic.kn 10 his Ro>al Htgonct: iuc Priacc'i 1! j�sdiuio, ueni Poit tlicrc lO attend her Ladjfti-p. Oa SjtA.* Mr. Djv ., o t'^e B!.jf-'^jp Uoufe, the End *f Harrow Vlicy. in t:i;cl�ajicl. bcin-; Uitovicited Wlilk Liquor, cjorrrii'.d wi-h icicaJ of h:� 'J"tj.4iiii, when in the Fray be irtrited icch �sclent 11 o�v5 on hi. Prcall, and other Part'. oJ liu &.><:. . that Le d;td the umc Ni^U about Eleven oCiuck. Oa S.iixftMling� bat wat afterward* Itprteved Uljl ami;. A18wsm att4.4h�aa ai)Mtf tfo lohs wKo lay tor Trattrpbrtation t they found Meant to get up to the WiniioWt which ii about fevtateen Feet from the Floor, and cat awajf the Iron-Bars fixed in the Wln-dow-Krame, of which there are three feptrate Seu alcove a Yard behin4 each other) and after they had got thro* i)� Window, they dropp'd down into a Garden bchihd the Gaol i but not having got off their Fetter*, they were hcird in going along by aPcffon who Immediately alarmed the Kwpcr, and Dennis, and one mare^ were (oon atierukenT but the other two found Meant to get olF. The above Valentine Wyatt, committed on Tuefday, was in the Dungeon along with them, but refuftd attcmptin|; his Bfcape. Brifle!, M.rf to. At the Horfe Race* Which began on Mbnday laft on Durdbam-Down, it it computed there were betWern forty and fifty thoufand People, befi^es a great Number of Coaches, Chariots, flee. Monda>'� Plato of 611, lis. Value, was wrh'aj follows, viz, ill, Mr. Sawyer't forrel Mare, Catch me If you can, got the Punch-Bowl, iiilver Waiter, and Gold Chtin and Locket, of 501. Value. �d, Mr. Pollard's Bay Gelding. True Blue, got the large Silver Tea-Pot, Value lixGuiueat. 31!, Mr. Graham's brown-bay StoneHorfe, Tipling Boh, got the four Stiver Spoons and two Cornelian Seals, of five Guineas Value.   Bite did not run. Tuefday's Purfe of twenty Gutneat, and a Bet of firty, was Won by Mr. Dcnnirigof Ludlow's brown S.onc-Horie, which came in firft the firft and fccond Heats. Edinburgh, Mty 16. Tucfday Night lall Lolin Camobel of Glenute, Elqr was mantcd to Mifs Jenny M'Kny. Daughter of Hugh M'Kay of l^ig hcuff, Efiji and Grandchild to L'ging by Mr. lienifkirk, Mrs. Smith, and MiG Lowe. The whole to conclude with ati Entcnuinmciu of VJufick, call'd Scipio Afticauus. Imerfperfcd with a Pi�te in Grotefquc Cbaraiiers, call'd Harlequin Grand Volgi. Each Pcrfon to be admi:(ed for a Pint of Wine or Punch. The Poft-Houfe, the Sign of (he Golden Lion, at Bonlogne in France, is now kept by J�'hn Gray and Compuny, where all (iemlemen will meet with gotid Eniciiaiaincni at re-a-fwin-ble R4tcs.   Poft Horfei, Chaifei, &c. Im in /i  Day at 47 Miuuitj aficr } in the Molnl' g, and 7 after 4 in the Afurnoon Vrllid^y llink Stock wa� 13O } 4th� a 1 h If In 1^ Stock iSb a 1S5 3 �ih. bouih Sea .Stock 114 iJiiio Old   Aiumiuej   io()   i Ditto New   lo6  7   8ths Bank .Anuuitict !;.�'>,   lod  i Kth � 1 41(1    J>;ti( f^?, lOi i bill.   Dtliu l.ottciy i74f, no I'jivc.   liaiiA /\uiiji ties �7)8. ir; 1 it]\ a 10;. Thr.-r for CcM. roirt  tit? i 4th .1 3 Ht't :{�^ bo Pttcr. 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