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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 30, 1749, London, Middlesex                                t I �i er. T U     SHAY,   May  |o,   1-40. '---RRIV'I). ihc Rochcncr. Ilalerow. f'om. Oporfo. � Cumc down, the |udi;)ii Bf>ulilia\v, for Opoito, nful rcmnin?, \v:tli thr Ini!ii!!ry, Sparrow, fiom Ciall poly. Wind Soulh-NVclt. Exf'C^ nf n Lfttrr /rem Am-llcrdain, /i.itai M-y 10.  As no Body no* doubts but t'lat ibc Storm Which  tJ,Tc*:cnci the iyiitJ} IS blown over, People of reftlefs,  wrbu'cnt Spirits,  endeavour t" difcovfr Difpolrions in  cc-dcfmjiM--  of tTg^2'"Jt     P'^*'^' ''"^ Svvnrd and the Ciwn to the  Yar-'. V\'aiid and the Scalcs^liy paying them a large Sub-� f:dv; ihry were fo i.! treated in the      VVa^. that there  is not t>.'c Jcall J'robabdliy, efpcciaHy if they ever fo   little c^n'uit good Stnfe, and the true Intercll ol thtir  RcpubJick,  of  their   cxpofinp   thcnifoh'ea  afrefti   to  liavc their Territories tiie Jhta'rc  t War.   After all,  this pretended Syltem cannot be the Produce of the  French Miniftry, no more than ttiat of Sl>�ii, wlio are  entir<;fy p^icifick j for every Body knows, that ly^eff. dc  Paiiictix and de'S\ Scvcrin, at prefent the Oiaclea of his � raoR Chtillian Mf^jcfly, arc ablolutcly determined againll  every Tiling which niay poflibiy ;;ive Caufc to the Icalt  Mifuodeiftanding. winch bis jurt now fuiiiciemly ap-  pearcd in the Aftiir of Tabijjo ; they having confentcd  CO a Thing that neither Cbauvclin, nor Tencin. nor  D^rgenfon, nor No.illes, would ever have don.; they aRnys alledging the Obligation they were undtr of fup-  ^rting thellonoui of the French Nation, which they  always infinuatrd ougnt not to fuiFer i Icif to be oppofesl  in any Enterpnzc, whether jurt or unjuft.' Yirllerday arriv'd a Mail from F a a n c b. Paris A-la-nuiin. All the Complaints and Difputes which lhaU aiiic upon the Subject ol cuUcfting tlic rwentitth ^enny, and the Continuation of two Sols per Livre upon the Tenth Pemy, will be carried to the Omce of M. Orry dc Fuluy. Tne King has appointed the Count deMau-levtirt Under .Mimder Plenipotentiary to the Infant Duke of Parma. His Maj;lly comes back from Crefly to Ver� failles on \Ve4ncfday next. L      O      N      D      O      N. , The Lapwing, Capt, Chyne, is. arriv'd at Portfmouth from India; flic fail'd from Bengal the 1 ft of January, ai.d iron) Fort iit. Day'd's (he 18th of the fame Month ; end brings an Account, ihfcl the following Ships were to be di'.pud.'d for Eugland. viz.  the Kxacr. ( a,-t Wdlon ; tbe LflcMjrt, Capi. Bcnfon J tli-Winclitllca, C apt Barron j ^le bcmb.'iy CalUc, Capt. Hrow;i ;  the Porto Diilo, Capi Fifljcr, and the Triie Biitoi , C.Tpt. Pradl-, ;   the C. 1 chcdcr. C'*pt. Wood, was ^o.ic to TUlitheiry, alio tu be diifMtch'd /or Enj-land. 'i'bc I^pui..^ Itii St. Ht'enii \\\c so h of March, and the iifiij.iju.ri, I.        Ml I o 1 m :nvl-Liouiu!, \\x\ Jc- paned thjit i'l;., t-'i;nx Wtt-I-,- ij.jte.  Two lJani;ti 'l.ips Wire ariivc! at St II<*lcna from Ciiina, wl.o gtv. an AccKi.n;, ili.it ilit- I'liiiCil". Wjlc, Capt. HiHy, I .c vvjj^ t r the .AJmirals Bofv..i wen �i,d Grifiin were well at 'i in] i l. David's, ai.d were loon lo dij-art d r I'.aiiipe. .'i hey wr\n. fr k., i'.'/.nnuih of the 2,''>tl) iall. thit l.i> M:j lli,>. ,, v. ii Ji.p:*.; |-.cd t o I", rtiinomh,' for the uiimcoiate f.ili.,j.;  as that ftwiy l>e very ut'iful tothe Colony, and tri relieve thctagreat l>illr\f�, .igrrcd to fend them over to ("Jcorgi.i, bcitg thr m."noll N vinibcr the Frulleef prclent Circtimibr^css will eAal>le them to lidd. Lall Saturday was married at St. Paul's Church, Samuel Whitcomb, of LiilingfoB. late Htgh-Shcrilf of the Co'my of D.->t(ct, Ffqj to Mifs Al'in, D.iuthtcr of Jntob ^Allifl. of Jamaica. Eiq wob Fnuci* Nunes. Car. Wilmer, who w,i� b ir^t t>iU by tl vriia in Georpe-Yard, i hn Livingfton, foi'mt rly inc'itLincd, died lall Week in Irviuc Priluii, of the Wound he received when ajtprchendeil. Rantlagh-Houfeat�d Gardens will be Qp�ncd every Evening, as uluail, till further Notice, each Perfon paying One Shilling Admittance. The Fiie-Trees will b& lighted romorrow Nignt. ,     . The [inter^ttinmcnt-'i of Cupcr's Gardens will continue this and every Evening during the Sun^ncr Seafon; tbe Walks will be beautifully illaminated wi^ Lamp Trees in p, grand "I'ltlle, difpofed in proper Onlerfcjii�d,to co.nciudc �wiih beautiful Fircwoiks refcmbling the Httyikl bnc� in the Green Park. The Fireworks aic ellei'medfi^ great Numl;cri of Gen Iciiun aftd Ladies of Uillinfticto the bell ever exhibited iW Publick. Great Care will be a^ia to keep out Pcrfons of ill Repute'. At the N.w Wells 10 Goodm.W� Fields, this F.veninj;:, will be feveral now Performances by Moitl'. 'lartfey from Venice. To which will be added, iever^l Scenes in Gro-tefque Figures nevpr p'crform'd before,, cah'd Whiifun Holidays. Tho whole to conclude with the Triumphs lof Pence. Britannia, Mrs Miles ; ^Ittr^, Mik Miles.( Peace, Mifs Craider i Vu'lory, Mr. JOc Granicr; Fame; MaR-r �Granltr ; Tiro*;, Mr. Vnet^<-^i Pr.rdencc. Miiidani Tani'v; i'leiiry, t iiiig. Varitty of Daiuirg by Mr. Iiarv*y, Mr. Vandfifluiic* Mifs baker, M�s. Hauj'.b, si.d oih^rsj Singing by IJernfiwi k. Mrs Smith, and Mil5 Lowe. The wdole to coieUidc with a. K.ntrriai!;mtm of AJufivk. call'd Scipio A( ieanu r i-nl \ til^i, I'.ath Pctdn 10  lie adnu led   for  a I'mt gf U inc 01   I'unih ihe l  idge tdis l)�y at 48 ivlj.a;i�3 after y 111 ih^- Motni g, and   ^ .^uer lo at Ni,Jit Y.l^crday It Ilk  kio..k was 1 jY^i S:!i.    lud:4 Slock" 187.   South .-ici Si. ck no Pii>c.    Di.io Old Anouitifs, I  no i'ricc.     Ditto New no I'rae     Bank .'\niuiiics i:'46, i   lOj  3 4 Is.    Ditto  1747,   104 3 .(ihs,   1)1110 Lot cry 1-47,  icj 3 41I1S.    Tank AnnuiMci 17-8, 104 7 Bdu a 3 4tiis a 7 y (is.     /'I.itc , nr Ctiit. Aniiui'iti ic.o 1 ^ih. M Uion Kuiik, no I'liic.     "quiv.ilei.i, n') ; r cc      Royal All..'ante, 7fi.     London .Aiiji ant e. no I'lice.     Englilh Ci'pi'cr 5!.    Seven per Ceiit  I'.i; prior j Lo-n, no Pj.te. live per Cent, ditto, no Price.    U.i.k Circoiation, 4I. 17-1. 6d. I'rctn.   ind a ilot.ds 3I. 16s. Tbh Day Ii jitLhJh'd, Nufuber   HI. to ______......^ nearO a Sermon p-earl.'d by the ^gnt Kev ilic lii'liop of l.am'atfon the O.ci(ion. A'i i.id ttic IJojie of Commons to the Churvl Maf|;uici Wdtiniuiltr. un>. Iica'd liicUrv h:r Fuill^ani.Ch^i tin to that H n ju'ab'e Houlc Liit batutoay  t^-.-; Pnu . and Piincifs of Wales, with te\eti! Pcrivjns o( l>.iiiiidti'iM, din'J i.t the Spiin^i Garden , to the Churtii of St. a Sermon preailiM \y r arc n. C!" Un.l i TtillP, -ii. ih..t hi. Cj'race the D.ikc 3' t.l.or of the Univcrfity lie.! lor :i' I m. '�ii''j',f, ji  .. e Coinn.er(i.f mi nt. 'Lii..(,:  /'jliti. a.i^ (.vera!  tjcl.. jn   1 rote lo li*c l\-j..j,.i o; l.:\^i.t;  i.w.y la^ tliLV svttt [;ic- {Prue b.i ) AN imnarii.tl Rcpn-f nLirion of t'lp Com1u(5t of tlic (circr iM( � Au U Ch.>pcl|r, 17 8. '1 Ills HitKliy will l>� Ci>in|lll , UKl It pi .>ui>fc4) to bp pubtilht J oil tilc I .il > A in,; cjfy 1 c rnf. Tliit a Number, emuJim'Hi I u'fy l'-E�, li�.I.: It tii,ilFi i^', luf !>.� I'rtice. Tli.ifr whu 're (l ">c>l  t'c iliit I i:>lrri.kii,|>. L'li.l lu�r iKc Nuniberi pmitt'iiMy ilrlivntil j[ lii.-ii 1. f cvli�e t l..t> �.( Au>-'<, wiilat the Ci'iri     Londoit, \Vf(linii,ft�r, oi Haruu(,li ol .Vu'li,�.rk Prinfcd tor �n i.4 by *U iht DooI  111 Town and foumiy. VVIirit may b� l.id, ihr Fiift iaJ Sctun-I N .-YiVn. Ulhi-c ol (>lOll-iiie,  t.id/   1,   ' , ij) 'HE PrtiidpJ Ojj.Ciii tij' La M, t ih.n (^Jjl .e iii :ije idtt,-, ill 11, 1.1. i hi \ i h iilianl, f vifi.l l.'iti oj Pun'.'iiuKt ,iit.i I'. (...i ,/r./r. 1, r �11:'J HrJ.i,    hiivlioiiii.    t>hiUl.,   Shcff Si."i..  H^ifJ Si,    ,,  I'.:.- .f.nt, .s/-.^,./.', s.^-r,/., Muj^.t      /j, /jA.;.. /.,�...' A'a/'., f}iirii!, /  .1 tj If, et Til ir'Ce, t    /�       '.jd^, 1'/-*.t rvV if*" t-i l*ti\t   /'rti^Vi/w/t -^Vu,vm.     .n.... fkt.H: >f>.:i,rs (/.\LJ Uf-) /foMt ^mJ tff'at 'itlth /it(lt t*tfjims m^Ji hf hcJin.M ir f^ffly th fhtiiY'tf^ M a Jlimdim' CP*. h\:;, i\ith fv^tt- f.i^'t'^t, Stt*,\ CnHty Sfetiei Gun Stmt A'.'.r Stent, rt.-j./ �vij{/ //...'wr/�> Wj?// 1" JlNaVy�Ofltc�, iVtay �j, �7-|9; hit Mmji^t }',tt,i ct {houf/i, n.kff thy fK�y '{fiirxfif f>y Jud) P ..';�f../.V r ctkr'xCifi tbiy iv,.? h, ,?mJ fuJj Pttfint  , iy^if.^- : ' ^ �    ,.   ^ ^^^^^ IJy iiiJ Cominini ncrs fur V'�(5luaHi�u his .    Majefty's  N'avy. WHERE A !i  divir, IW/if.vj i'uyir l,d ^ttm't ef Hhiuf in.freflil to tiff: ly hi, end ciilii /.Wf Jii//s of K.\ehii'-^f, r.lJib hoV! i.\H /'ii/,/ i�id ch^lt^/J i\t t^lf)'��� txii-Jr'd iind p-'Ud thiy da J'iitf.'-Uiitbi d/^-i.t t/j.m i.;'i .'.-il (.'/i., n :'.//.'1,7 '/. tluJ/ Juaaitt, mid ti-.'-.'hy {h.:r thi l:;i.JI:jL.>id ..; Ji,.'i v,..:'ji tl and fnv.tlt th u i.trg riturmJ iuttj ll/i a ti',t rjner ,>id /I^In'nt.d, >f ttl'i'T opi'dtt ej HiU Prifi-iyfi'it, tmJ la hirt i.i ^Ujiliij'i i'MualltagOjj.i* and ^tanhai'Ui tit tiv f.dd Pi-rt, duii-ii^ebt Tim tin.l tiie (liHiraJl 'mhiib t-iiy hupbtn to ti n:il.fif.r ibi fiipp/yiig the Prrvijio'ii jhidl itjl. A'uian the fi.nu- Day tbe fuid Cs'litiiJfiOHfiit uii'f he rdft >wdy eo If (.lit* Prapifnh f'  i: H'lu'i, Lor.ioi, May z , '-49 By Ol.!r cf tj( t'.n^uj.d'L Cvniiujji-.iuri i:i M.j.Jyt iL/!.-/.!, 
                            

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