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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 1, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The f.'U.l!!., ^ T M I' R S D A Y,  Jvi^E i,   i -49. [AMP. down and rrmattis. ilic ti.^-India Yiiht.    No Ship  in   the Wind N. N E. Oh^tt, M^y 30.    Several more Families liavc come down the Rhine, intending to (c�Ie in the Britt(h Plantations in Amencj, fume of nr irMfliBTTiii m "t ^^"^ Switzerland, oihers from vl'irttnioerg, JJuaUi... the PaUJiutr, and even Lorrata. Snifieh, ji"* A Gold Mine has been difcorrrrd in the Dutch/ of LuxembouT^, which pfotnifcs fo well. t^M B Cortptny ha^x applied to the Governiiicni. aad obtaia'd Letters Patent to work it. Ycfterday arriv'd � Mail from F � a k c t. Parit A-la-mii. Junt 6. Letters frOm Genoa of the 36th of taft Month ihtlmate, that if the Corlicans are dif contented in being obliged to return under the Dominion the Kepublick, itVtxrta'. that this iaft ii not Icfs &tif-�ed w^th the Coftditidns that have been vranted to them : However, m the Kmg bai nothing in View but Julhcc nd Equity, without efpoufing the Imerel! of any Body, liisT Mttjcft^ will be the beucr enabled to reduce Phings to fuch a Point, ar when duly refledrd on; every Body will have Reafon to be fatisf>-"d.   Thing* are likely to' remain quiet in thii Iflnnd. utttil Iris Majerty tu^ pronouaceJ the Term! of the propos'd AccommoOation. The fanie Letter* mdvife, that the Communication with Lombardy is much interrupted by the great N^lmbe^ of Robben which infea Ihe Miiaiicfe. Moniftrrat. Torttjnoi*. and the Pavdan. They have even the Aiidacionfnef* to put all the Villages iBftdcr Contribdtion. This Banditti is faid to be 4tx> in Number, and have L.rmed three CompiRic*. under the Name of three German Reginenta. Ger.cral Pallavicini Kai fent a Detachment of Huffars to difperfe them, but tbtfe Iaft were obliged lo reltre. lyi. dc la Noue, Miniltcr of the King at the general S^'xtl of the Empire, is d�ad, in the 7:d Year ol bis Age. Aftlons 1705; Tickets of the firftLottciy ^86; thereof the fccoiid 5S9i Tickets of the Loan in July 49.;; thot'e ia Augull 4961 Anntutics uo Price. LONDON , 'Ycft*Kl�y Evening, Bb-�ut Five o'Clock. the Purfer of .rniit L-igt. 'Vcllerday two M�n were detected in pcrfona.ing two Scumen bcjonging to the Worcttltr Man ol War, a .J receiving PriJe-Money in their Right, at tire 5i:ar la, cm in Coleiuan-Sircct s when bcn.^ carried IkIjic the li :t-ig Aldermau, one was cnminiucd tu New^jatc, aid the ot .cr to tiie Poultry Compter Yeflerday wire cominittird to the (litchoiifc h-i Tho>;>ai EHys, Elq; of New Palace \anJ. Wct'-ai'-rulof. a N.'.r. ir.J Woiiun, on a violeiit .S^ii'k i.n of haviQj; llk>!ri. a hr c Parcel of Fable i illlieil, li':!ic ol wl.li.il Uas lioi'iv li WI J "K, Wcarirg Apparel, and Ki; t iho^t Mai c*mt to Lmh}. when there were ao Matts of i\;tucco CHzed and Imruglit to Aberdeen, and lodged in the Kicg*� WtrdlMnife They write from IIxmiI:or�. that John Miller, Merchan' there^ ha$ offered a Reward ofoneCxdinea (brlidcf '>�t pfOmiCcd by Parliamefti. ard the TruP.res for encouraj^iny, Fidteries acd .ManuYa;lurc< in Scotland) to each of the li It five reribas �ho afscf this Care fliall inform agtiinll atn ia the Sh^re of Lanark weanng or fc'Hng French (..iiw-bricks at! i Lawn*. If thcfc who iftiCi well to their Covintty would follow this Utsdabic E-xairplc. 'tis not doubted bm an entire S:op will fooa be pJl to wearing or vending fireign ManarsOvm, to the great Encouragement rf 0 ji own, whicH are arrivc�l to fuch Porfctlion as to rival wi.h the Frerxh bo:h in Quality and Cheapnefs. AW^tf?*-. Mrf^i.. We the poor unhsppy Debtor- on the CoBTSon Siik: retcrn car iKartir and on r aJdcd tiic lall l''ntrrtaiiinu-nt, cj!("d the Aiictjon. The whole to cOi elide with a S�>aii^h:ig Ep.log'je. call d I 11 for Pat; or, l^ir Smuy^ltr f uilM at his �i�n \V�2j>oa. BjXC? 4 s. ili is. 6 d. Gallrry  1 �- 6 J. We cin aSu'c lie P.;Mi*-k. ihit ilir Battle hrwrcnjl i< greit t-TiAmpi'f', Mr  M u-.c, itn.n 1 i,  ul.i.ll At ite N ki \^c!'> :n � . ijrdii'an'> ri 111, lh">, Fv IMI mil be f%rr(.t) neik Peifotntiu o by N.i>!)l 1 arll<.'y In in Vecne io �t:vh wili be adfed. (cv ; Mari. Mu Mile> ; Peare, Md'i tirariir. Xii'tory, Mr Jje Ciranier i Fane, Madcr Granier i Tune. Mr Grainier j Prudence, Mad.im Tartfey ; Fieisrjf. Mrs. King; Juilice, Mrs Ph.llips j Tragic. Mr   Hrndrick At Sidler'iWellf. Ill ngton. tl.i> Evening. 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