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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 27, 1749, London, Middlesex                                cr. S AT.tl R D A Y.  May 27, �74,. Oe*i,* My 25 ML'D. the RLbf,-, for Nova Sfoxia; an;i the Lcm�ro. -. .tnd a Dan-fh ^!i�p. Hoh for H*�rc. Rema-nt. th.- Mcrcuj-v Min^J War. W��  01 lllind arc li>". f^r tifooi being i�"S   i''*"  !�s much r*ihcr li I. to IckTC IHaud. ii�An Jck^o�v!'-dgc the Soverc:^r.;v t?� the S�iiaUt> wksch they ap^->rrhend woolvl be. tie Lor.icMuci-.cc of Tacb SaSniffion. JSibi^ Abr to. Thr Exfcdicnt propoftJ for tJittr-gUBtug tkc iTiftrotce arifen conccrni-g she Dri rrci uho tew ttice* Shelter at Bcnsvenio. ha^ cot ukcn btu^ . and that ilffu'' nnaaint yenin the fame Situation. Bi tti r > j cct bat �neodcd the Accotninodation ^ a Viil-n.i.riU-. hng ^ich has fubfiiied mote thast an Age bttwccn tn. iiouic ofAefiiia and the Hipublick of Vcoico,-bcm prcici^aing to oomioaie the PaTi^rchof Aq lila, which .^tfair been detmaincd i9 wutiiid $�tisni�uori^ McJi^tior. of the Holy bee drnt^-jt 3% �* 0.irF.nvoy in Fiance informs us, that ihi Nc^wiauoa wiuch is carrying on u|vn acrcount of Dia^i.re.icej which ha�e arofe brt\v�n this Kcpubiick and tHc FaTmers-Gecera!, is upon a vtry gooJ Foiting. and that he hopes it will loon be Aciilitd to the Sa'isf^ciion of the Senate. � Drrfitm., Mayz^. Sir Hanburjr Williams, Minirter from the King of iitcat Britain, is prrpa'ing to go to Oorlin with that Chara^lcT. ai:^ is to be faccceitcd here \rj Mr. Burriib, his Bntannick Majeflj's Mioiflcr at fcveral Courts of Germany. H^tlLtf^ Marii. The King of Pruffia is. crpcacd M Wefel tnc lottt of next Monin to revuw nis Troops there; and the Inliabitaats of Clevcs fi.i::cr thcnxclvis, that lis Khj>f{>- Mil make a Tour ihituer to drmk the Warc'i of tUai Place. Pari. Muf id. The ComnaifE �ncr  tch AnitMitjdor's lioofe, had at iheir Hfad a Coi^o'il'^r (if the Coart of Alfcfrors. drcfi'd like s Cominiflarjf. Mf. dc I.irrc�-. Mmi'ter from ih^ Suns Geneiai ni the Un;tfd i'lon nc:, fjavin- comi Uiu'd of (tit Ojira^ hoi cb.atn'd uil ^he .3ati5tacl7>a he c>^d 4t:Ur�. The Alarqais de Pcfi.tix, Srcretajy oi ' Sate tor the Man*geino�t o? tom^n AA*:ts, ka^ acq. air.u-d that Mi�!lcr, tiiit the aLo> c iiuo./d Ierk� �l i-c Farms ihall not oeSy fae tiiJuiifi J from i.-.cu llmv'.oy ij- >..  ; c- - i l'l.\v;jr. a:u'. ....t the Ibar FaTnicrs Gei:cja{ iti-./id w ..u tp-.n i.m;. t.. . fl; Pard..n for w-iat .i:.d pit J \ uaait^ to arctl a SpJciiT. Gi^Jj Coiia. ufcica j^ave t i�acc to r, ui.dir Pieswcce lit her h.iv:r^ cr�jntcrb.�n J G  k's on b .�ril ' r� f*Jd ihit hiv M�je^y ha^ rtct-veil tJ.c aj^Tciblc New'.thiltiil (O pi iiivt /cijkcn Poti-.llion o� i.ou i"; .i.irg, fcnd ot lbs u;.olc lili^ Ol V-aje Br�rU  f t C.ip(? Krci >n. obliged iQ pji bick up.'r\ acco .qc olVcn'rary Wio.i^ ; b it we tear ttai u i- tiaic uJ s Vt three iVlcn ot     ar a.td 5; Tranlpx-ii , iiaving on boi..'d *40 PvkCci �>! Cii.ncn.   a i,rt��   l^.aunry of Ji\ Sorl> of Storrs, :( Wigmccr-, a^iJ about 6 xj > Men.    fi    [aid th.it a fecond Lo�.�>Jv ��i :     icni aa-ay xcv I -on.    I'.hcy �vfi;c fioui Ly.. n~, liiit i.aj a:c Pcoplearc of Opuiioa. (t.at      ihis iduucuiJy to rcccirr the Infanta a aie, fori.-^i a ^liic-rut uf dc I .ccas-g tt.i �;� Li-r own iiovlc. t>en ii' J'l.i.iCi: o: tMc Hdihaad. Ilav.ng cntu'd the Shop with Inimi to l> t ^ iufaiBOus Dli^i in Extcju^r., li.e H.,l'.jaii 0'jng Fellows. L'pjn wkith. ali tuc � lutr Paj,*^ rajm- 10 ti>e Atf.dancc of li cir i:oa.\rzJ.ci. and abafod the Gr >irr nau hi* Brother, dinprrojfiv uourjcl. auu i�^i.lJ i.jic d ihcjtt, ti (oroc cf ii};.- K.in.;'j t-uirJs. who wtrc -  '�.if.,if h.-.Air-g been ( o.i.d j-Kicazcd to ite Km^ hu M j,r., oiderd that the i...cc Aiiithors of it Hij-l-l be laci.aigcd froia thtir tntj.ov-E�ear�. aad degraded ul tLcu- Nnb.h-y ; that f..jr oti,cf> litouid be imprituo'd m i�t l-i.-.ar.jr (ill ij.icc VcaiJ,'aj�d thai �U ifte rcii (hould be put i,i.^er .\rrc.1. D^^ri, �7.   V e a;e  .o. j^rcat Coatlerr.auon iirre upon actooitt 01 a Repute wia>.b prev.iN. that  oar Ifjr l^our is to be dciB�i�i;ed. ard  lu^; �o hnjillt Eii^^iucci  IS ftiicady arrived,        i. 10 ha*e i�c L>Tc�tioo of a An Aft to.chaifpi tke Sintcing>^Fund wit)i the ^aytn'<^t of /fnnuitie* in Dilcharge of th� Navy, Vifluailing and Tranfpoft Billr and Ordnattcc Dibcntore). � Alt Aa for the better fccuriitg the Duties on Coal, Ctilm, and Cin�)eT� cxpOitcd. An A^ to anncntl an A for amending tlic Laws relxting to the Govern menl of bU' Miujlly^ Navy; and for reducing ilic lamc in.o one Ai\ of Parliament. An AA to remedy InconVeniencict that may hapj^cn in Anions on thi^St�tutcs uf H�* �it is mJilpofid �^ttli,a CoUL -.....y^jU^^^^ Mt.U^ft)inefs ttm i�ukc of nliV'eiva tvas fo fee llic Hou(c of Peers and ;l)c Houf*'i oirtiuo �.   . Y  of U'lili - went 'o K w. A.i did h.s Roval Uighntfs tho Duke to his Lot^gc at Wl.-Wior. Yilltiliy l.cttf(^, were rcrpii�'d from Drefdcn, wi h AdvKc, tiijt t .c- rwinp had rc ' ivcd an t'sfn-lV d m sl"c Priiniic of PoU 1. with n .\ count, t(\a i!\e SiaiCj .of Couiland hAd a, .eeo to cl^-ct > 'unl Saxc t �.- tlnji Uukc, and wantd .only (or ii\c v ni of lus l\.'luh Vhij. fty ui proceed t> ti... i%lci^tion iii I'" 'lU I'hs 'ama ] ettin iiud, that Order* ha\C been ill i 10 trie I'lcop.; cf t^uxcny to hold thcinfclvcs i�i Rc.dujcls to march cn ihc full Notitc. Wc have Advice froni tl^e Hiisjiw*-that the Gcncal Bar^nt de Croittlr^m, into whole Conduit at licrgen up-Zoo.isa Council of War was latejy Kppli^u�^^ to anquin:, is return d to rcfume hit Government ot UoiikJuc. We heat that the Sum of tooc-tjl. >v�!l b*; anted for the Support of the Frade to Africa Ycllerday the Veftry of the Pati.'h of Sr ^Tllry W'n'ue-ch-tprl unanimoully refolv'd, at tho publiJ; J'.ai.�i(i -Uir the r9ih of June next. , YcUi-rday there was 108 Dozen -af C-hnmpagne fold at t(ic Exchequer Tor 462 I. bef^l )Hr�cc� } v�l.ivt\ wa� bought b|r the Mailer .of ilic King's Aims Tavern, I'uil-Mdi. There never was knu^n iu.hu Price ^icen bif'ie. Vcderday Morning died Mr. Miller, an eminent Infurancc-Diokrr of this City, at his Houfc in Co!c�u^�f iiiiLVt. Vcdcrday died Mr Searle, �n eminent wiiololalc Hjrd> wa e .viau, in Leadcnhidl-Stieut. We hear that Joieph Pi.llack. a few, Aftron'^mcr. h tn bt (xumined bflofe ihc Riglil Ho.iouiiiMi- ilie LitiJs ol ilic A.ln.iralty, about finding, out lite LoiiyilUilr. in .'i f, Muihc-iii tiial Manner, and it ij vci) will have the Reward proouicd. AiiiieVari.'*! Churcli of the united P.iii|)if� of ."if Mnrj^aret Pa,i.ji.v. Rilod'l.ane, and  bt. (�..t)[u'l,   f-'ciuinn'li !iiri.->.t I oniurroiv,   a new  Orj^an,   byilt t)y Mr (.i>i..ui, be Oficn'd by A'Jr. J.iiHt,-s \V'o'-^;i�n, on vviiitl) lA.jUnti twu Sermon^ w.ll be preach d  lor (ii y� �i liiiiiij'iy/jtc Wsrd ; ihat in tlic Morni    !>/ ilieRcv l>r Ne>*t(i . Kiclor of St. Mar/le Bow, Cli� i'j li li-'; and ttiat in li.e .A trruuun by ihc Rev. Mr. HicklUH, Morniiiy. Prrachcr at  St. Luke in Midelelix, and  1 wCluicr of St. Mut\ai.l Baffiduiv.   Tiic New Vcrlioii is ufcil uc tlie faiJ Church. iomoTow Morning u Chariry Sermon wi!I be preacli'd at Si Aiidtow L'ndcrlhalt (11 1 oadenu�l! Sft-ct, hy tue Riv Mr  1 oxVy, Lciijrcr of Si ILniitt (ir.n.ci h.,ii.li, lur the llci.eKi of I', c ChAiu/ Childita of Corut.iU ai.d Limc-o:i>.�.t VN'ards. 1 umorrovv two Charity Sermons will be preacli'd in th united Parifti Chi-r^.-i ol ;ii. A�n and A^',iic�, mid St Join ZacJ.ary, wiuiiii AiJerfgaie, for the fkiicfit ol filiy poor l^hikltci. frcqueiitin^' tlie UidChU'vh i that in ilu- 1 jrinoon bv luc Rev  Mr. Do.ijjiuy, MiiillUr of be  Jtlln^�^ ( li k. i jfcan4Gaulcns will be opened fvcy liwrj ini;, as i-lual, nil fart..cr Nuatc^ eiiv.ii I'tiiou > luj^ Une b/j.lling AdiiiMaotc. (be isiiicruinmcnis of Cupcr's Gardi-ni will contioue tins and every tveiung during the S.imnitr jculon, ifiid conclude wiUi ao esucl RepreUnla'.ioii ol the in^t^nirucnl Luihcc, with iis proper Oioauicnts, viz. Fiiiiilcm. licjl >i^urff>, 1 ranffareucies, Uc. aod the FirewoiU* 10 iimutc aa c�:ar at po^iblc Ihc Royal ones in the ^rcen Park Tnc near Reicmbijncc and Beauty of the I'irev^oik� lunc gneu g'eat bitisUction 10 Numbers of Gen lenirn and Laditfi of Diltin^ion. Great Care will be taken to keep 01.1 Kcitons ol 111 Repute. Vi\ iliain Baiion. of R uckholt-Houre in Fffrx', begs iTrjve 10 aiq :.int his Subfci ibrrt, and'he fell ol iil> Friends, ir...t there will nut be a Conceit or Breskfalt on Monday � .exi, tlie 29th ifii^jni, on account ol (he t(onourablc the f-afti-InJ^^t-nipany hj�ving ar^ l jy, but will lie cuhiiuacd all otlliu'Mon^aj > during the c onii "J'.mirtiPi"S^af.vn.   There iin'ltv runilion and Convet^teacs t.� entrrtain       Niunbet ol Porinii* any Day in the VVeelt.  i 1 ercncc's Audn.i m the ofiy.m.d Lan^tjage. ftsr tht.5 Rtincht id * GranniKU Si no �!iiui;cr,        Se prcfeaW-at^ ifc NeU' Tiuiur, in i;,c tLiyM-ikci, this l)jiy�   Wj>h ��| ? occjihtuu) a.miu t'rolojMir, fttidun linftl i\\ KjMlt�g�t�. R^xcs ji.' Pit 1 �. tj.illciy t d    'ri.ket.i to bp ba.l at tl�t^ R*i!i^rt�r , C(>rlce lloute,   I.anCA(^i'i'Court.   Siraod ;  the C>:di�3ncc Colfcc Houie.   Old   Pi'Ia c-Yaid J   and at Mr. Kr�ntis ' Not'le's, at Onvay's Hc�d� St. Martin's i,"ourt, tcucttei- . 1 iclds.    Fo begirt at half ati Hour after St.v. At the New VV'clb tn Goodman'* hul�!�. thS* Ev-�in|, will be Icvcral new I'crloim.tncc* V>y ^^cot 1 aTtl�>y fr.>M� \'enuc. io which v^ili be added, fevef^l S.enr* �n Gto-tcique ChatacUts, ncvcf pcifurniM l>c(i)re, ruLM Whitftitt llottd.t)>: iir, ILitteipiin �i Girinwieli. The wiwle t . Prudetice, MaJiim Tanfcy j Ple^rjr. Mrt. King j ^ Julhce, Mrs Phdlipl j  Trade, Mr, |^ctidrttk. ^     ^ Ai Sadler's VV'tlU, lllington, thin Fvn,ing,\,\fr. Dotttt t\iquc, Mr. Wil'iajjvs, attd i\\r. PihIio, will ptrlono new 'Frick* jn Fumblirtg..  Variety of'P*ni:lr?j^y'ti" iLuvey, Mr   ViTiderlluile,, Mrs. Huujjih, mc "^M'^^^''^ ^ 'birging by MK IfcmCdrk, Mrs. iliiit;K"'-.lijd Tl c Whole to coiiCiude wijh m� Entt.'tjii.il^iat c-i' >�1 cnlVd 1??ipio "AfiicajKis.' InicrTf e�f;^4 �^,ts) ..�� "H-Griicfipic Char "tiers, C�ird Hir!i.ip,ii   iri".'       1 Pcrfon to he adini icd for a Piiu c)! vS       � t^n Mondiiy iie�i the fitll ^jreflt Mm h a. x Sealon Will b�- play'd In the AinPciy Gi i."^ ,  i hciwcen the (.ii'i�!vineh ot Ad,!i'ni^.i>n Club .^.� . ; tifiuUinm ol P: 'in.'iy Mid London. ThVr-a-e uv*- ^ veiyconOderiibl-T li< is drprmUp).'. tnrtv.Mf' n the Nfbiemeit an  ^jiu'lt (11(11 1h.11 in end to lif>ii.)ov ihis 5r!a wUh htir rrticn�c. '1 111' V'lK'k'.ts tri be pirtli'J by Two o'CWk". The ^'and Muicl', wlaltli tor mvxw Vfa;^s Iwvs* been. Kent a.,flitiit iiU I'liflaii'I, U tiovv revt.'rfi-il to iba Nativef �d Si�rry 0[;,'ii..!l i*U .' n;>l:ind, nf>d will b'" p'fty'd, the firft on FridajT the id td' Jmn','(,in U.otionl tltini, .n.d thif fecoud in ih� Ai. I'ci'v-'-ro'"tl, oti tlu' Monday fol'owing. Aid* ' tiu,, iJa.-, .1' live in tho Aferno'm e.xaftly, the Wvjf* bri.tj;,c MiDi-ni.ikcr .tmi the i!'>ktr run 100 Yards in ihel'jiine Pl;u t, h r i\vin>) Guiiuas, on li c I'otlVitiirc of fotit Guineas, Jkvl 1 li ij d riU .10) Difj'Ute. '~~ Rilburn Wi-U Uartr u much approvM of by fevcM �. r.,v I'lcutii f.^r iu piirj;^.tiive Qi,ialiiir�. Injod by liXpeiiCBCC Of l) 11.>.ro'. Cn.iitV'. &c. I i) Ix. (liIJ, at ilic Siui'. \ C(}|l.e lloufe the Corner of ( mv I.aiir, Well SiniilifiLlil. jull come from Oxford, a re^'ut.ir Souuunc ot giu.ile, biown, cut and tuil dreia ^ iVrukes, ail nindc in the iieweit and tle.iieit rttiluou, an  t a r i ( 1 i>. Ill*"- VViirks lit lit: iiudl c-l. l)iatt>i iVli or Pui-tl i  Qifltrly.  It't'i-u-,''it   l'*rl   'J'  fi t.'  ir .1 � tit .^f l^.'l-',  I'l'ir rl   i;.rl ol  / il.f > ^'-"'^ ' a i�. w*- � a� if   >'il..ltrjl>.c -ni r^-.anli f tu Lx (U-UUfci iiUi.it^^^^'^W.A^-tf Hfr-fhcW I'l t>' e t 1'jr  I-   t' g m. i�i tl.� Ml iji#  r� 'i.fj . .t .* c lo F;rr� S f*s �. jJ'u'l y     -11 Iii     1/     f a.' v, JL   l>t K s i I      M  I IF 1�, S'l s ^ M , IX. f; . t i I. \Xi '% i    , t �% ^ N'f     W,, lil^    Mf      flC*   I', oM.ff     Lt.fc4a..  ^ \ A 'I his pui'.tjh'ii, w   iij^rOKY   ol   I'.NtiLAND, _ - 'r *^�rtinn and A/ifwr. F.Mff^^ltJ fr.'fn th� inoH cfl  M. R'kPIN o� niOYRAS. TKc Skid tUiI.'in A'ioinrj wtih thirty.>wa CuPix'-Pt'C*. nfrtro'inf tlu asell r l< k cuUart in �hc fcii|(Lih niflofy, fw4 iha )i^Tcil�jn(n� v UucAio,, .,.4 Ani'a.r   Titra|b4 fftnn !)fll1*lil AJltwrt. t-si Ib^ iii..l* .cUti* '-l ntun^ ilt< mu4c'�.   tm (he Authur al ilia Hiffjrt /  n|l�n4.   'I'Im T'l 
                            

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