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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 2, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The- Baiiy Adtertifef. FRIDAY,  June a.   1.749. A M E io*Ta tsti (clel. Dake, Drrr. ftr-db* Mrdiimaneaa.   The �sitf ^' CHE!tAr�#i�i df Am&erdam. * Tfee fi^oEBS Mancr i� wlikh _ ' sfce Coast <�eTe&i. PtW Mi � Mtter ot been jsfi^iicd I17 ku SwcdiOi  Majcfty htmt'cEt from the .Acc-.Hau�� H- o�gli tbe  former was afecrotascs be&cadei. aaid vbc laster could  nercr be ctear'd of        kad been lud <       Charge.  People canaoc b�lp rciaaikiag, that tkts Dedaraooo of  bis Stredifll Majtliy �� ia fcoe Degrtc mipmsvs to the  CovTts of Rtji* a�" IVwwrf, aribaw wfcro it bccaaie  Beccfiary to pubtifh stc Moarc of �*ir AtsusacBts. fuS-  cieadjr tnade ttapfca". tba: u *j� to prrremx tkc Ekccu.  tion of the Re-e&bltCuBCK ol t^ Smcrc^nr ia $�v)^.  meditated.   H(s H�jcS]r. bowcTrr. boS oalj j ^iliiies the  Counc de Teffia or Ui-i Occa&.c�5. be- cren a!? JUr Swrd�  in general, by tajrag. t/     ftsik'a'' i'J^-'.'rt c^,  jttdtciai a Dtfi^ vrhiith coasTe���ais  rda-aaon a liitle  equivocal, fluce any      wio !i2w�ii3d esuicrain t'cch a l>e-  f^V^t would ceaie u> ccbnv'e ^< �i^ astscr tbe OcTiOsunatioa  of/MtkfuL   Time wtEl dac       tki* ftfyScty ; and all  Euroft ought 'o i^tCb. after visis bat beea d ^.lar'd t>y tne  Courts of Ra.^ a d D-mamcri. t&ac Cocci Te&a acd all  the Swedes were ftscb ss ka JAijAf Ci:s tixy an * Peojrfe at the are cadcr g;Ra> .^.<'  rc> �t Naptn.     Whra  I.o^i. ia.;i; icc tliti ai-^iiier, found it imjxatLtlif to rs.� j-i;!!: dac-.r fstvij: Vj     r     Rooic, he ga�e NvKkt of s;     S:^i;>ii Kc-.i s: N*;" r>. wV. ini mcvltately witfttlrr�r.  aoJ!  tw Liitw.ir .Mra:i> :o J�CiCte a grrit Par. c� S - F.-^rvt.!. having bicc of It.-- ko fv^--, ��    n_ ^.-^i nioll o* liic new L>.iev>r > *Aa:i- -i^it N ..j.^a - t. 1. ;r,fj tieir limp'o;. ue.-;,. - -_.ir    ^   , . oiuc, a/c rrptJ-.cvi       i- r.-i Fcople     1*..'^-^. On Sundajr Night died at Kii Loi)etng�{at Greenwich in Kent, the Rer. Mr. Bcllenger. Minifter of IVifiity Churd) in tht Little Minoriet, ,�nd Matter of th* School at Ratclii^ belonging to   Uic Worihipful Compinf of Cooptrs On Wednefday Mr. Moon, a SchoolmalU-r �r Mile l\r\<\. was chofen by a grca M^jirity Scho61mallcr to the Lhanty Children of Aldgate W.irJ. On Turftlay Morning a conlidcr.iblc Quantity of FrcncU Cambricks was frikrd on boanl a Ship in the River by the Officers of the Cuftoms, thry arc valuci) at upwarili of 300I. Car. Wilmer. who waa7 in the Week. We can alTurc the PuSlick. that the Battta between this great Champion, Mt'. Motte, from France, 4lid Mr. Lill, a SubjcA of Great Britain, will be foi^jt this Day, being the fccond of June, for ten Guinea*''4(>wn, and ten out of the Box. ibeAtticle^belng lodged i| MLJImuj^bt-tons Hands. The Doors to be opened at 1^, the Mafteri to fight at Twelve.   Bye-Battles as ufual.  ^ At Sadler'sWclb. Iflington, this �vening�!lBr.Dominique, Mr. Wilhams. and Mr. Fedro, will pcrff^ fevtral new Tricks in Tumbling. Variety of Dancing W Mr. Harvey, Mr Vanderfluife. Mil's Baker, Mrs. Ho^iMlU and others. Sirging by Mr. IIcmfKiik, Mrs. Smith, bqd Mifs Lowe. The whole to conclude with an lintrnaintttent cf Mufick, call'd Scipio .'Vfricanus. Intcrfperfcd wiih  Ficcc in GroT'^fqjc C'harqidlers, call'd Harlequin .GrstVd Volp,i. Each Perfon 10 fee admitted for a Pint of V i ot Vtoney Wciglif. ovtryci invented, which has bttn the ^ j ili- 01 Jiic5\iii,; lo iiuitb bsfc,! tounterfeit, and diminilTi'd Coin, tht-v 'ill continue to 6c fold, being ft) contrived that a Perlon uf ilie nre.inc.l Cwwity caiinoi be inip' led on ; one SiJc of wmch lo v\acn/ refcmblis the Coin, the other the Name oi'the I'lcctt* they tie 10 wij;li, thar no Krror can arife, vix. a  t*,'k Hu.Jt-  injj the Hay Murketj Mr. Kirk'i, neri Northiiin^ici hirui-Houfe ; and at the Shop of the Proprietor, John Kirk, lingiavcr, in St. Paul's Churtli-Yajd, ior Zb. 6J   the Set.__ IPgh Wai a.iivvi J.. ! Sir V\.Ju.:ai V; . �> jr'-ricJ: ifsSTibtr of Pai!iJi- mer.l  of cf.e k t>.v : i' V." ;_.^-�c;   is rj e rOiJ-S      hi* B/i>- en tr.siXrl^TTih're.   14 a J    ICVCTil �'-tJ2 ]ir-.-xA iji Li-j,l�ad the tiler, bir Thcrvji juun Lo-v. l.>i{. ct CH-. CtrulliiA-c tui Ciicii-Ce-*;3 i..,     _ _ Au Oitier u iijid r'lr isu S*:iSi i*. 01' Glafgow in Scocaiui w csvttifr icoc^l tc� �i.=i:r Damages done m ihxi Ci-^ fc. tir K-ridi e.^t-ft tlx 't-.e Rcbcliioa. I he No'.icc w'^.:^ k.a.> �:�ij:. fi* 1 mJ of the In- faeimxtoa i^ainlt %is f--..'^..rjL \ ClAr^ i^.--' cf Oxfod. �o 1 tuirtdA) ucau. m  bccvi I tii.i�<�i ay at c-ii at a -it j -e. a-ai Ccoinjon CQj4i�.it. iuj tic Ctni.'*.� cs fji'.i'g at �n_� coals or �. i! -Xr: Eapea^c CI li'C  . aoii no Wc lao iuiiiie uxe �*cil: �. i^c Lord ViUouttL i fiaiii..^ u r^y a Maiti *i Cricket on ftiCUuioa^-tjtceu, ftr a 1 sic^eiiitr ii-ia 01 Moucy, g^it the L�:,i \ ut&^-i Lt*��, i-^-i Ri^i-s'd Ihc iiaa. icUn..} Viae. Lai. o=c u� u>c 1 cii* al t�e y t-I. i� i� �eii tcuvec'd M tj ^       to      ^baiiid. The Uun Blues Wall^-T ^a. iK>a :* ie J'-fS P ji�i*T) to tbt D-i.e ot Cum b".*t.i. at.* a McjAttLroi P.ink AnnJiiies 1746, 106 Ditto 1747, 104 3 4ih al Alfurance, 78. London Atfuisnce, no Prn,c. Hnghrti Copper ^1 Seven per Lent liiiiprior'i Looii, 140. 1 ivc per Cent t-'itio no Price. B..nk C irculaiion, 4I. 175. 6d. i'rcni     liid a B'tiuls 3!.  if)s. a 171. This /)jv li piihlijh'd,  (Pruf l/ound r^i.) 'T^^HK Coinjil'.iiu V or Ni^^hc Tijou^'irii, on L t', l>�th, >nd liTiiouit'liijr.    To wlilcti it ad.icJ, Al' -f\u4le on        ol :Uc B..'.k ol JOB. By    ih,     R.J     Ih.     V  U  U  N   G. P(jni- rt \iiy \ l.on ul r.iiiic, Ike Unin-rUI l'#/1ii>n lu Srvn Sitiics i iwu Epiltti to Mi Po^, an tt)� AuihuK <7t ttt� A^e , BuArK, � Til{cd|r i �lld  1 tic Fi.r�cnj;c, S 'I'llfeC^. Sfta'iJ    y^lumi    iuniflile BIoORAHin.^ liltllANNH;. ul the moll c -.in'M KKKStJNs *h,j of A : or,   I'lif I ivrs liu liive liounfti'J laCJUtAF BRl TAI S ,..,, M.,   y Sv�'c. < ..0!' '�� �*>" t*-"* liUrn iM ihi \V,./1< W'tkly,  -i kj'j /'^m,  ."i.l ". 1, .a^/ >i   'tiih tirj HI '"p H Ir l.O N 1) O i>i iv\l A u A Z I N K i Cotu4(ntng, ffint^g m'ii� . (her  'U� B v'U l tl>pr�, lt i'i llty    A iidw l>�lf>tk-\ivi) ol' Siin>�il-,A w.   C r of M�c�n�>.   (li \>ti Nt ihtru F.llfr^.   "i     olipil^,.!!   ^..�I'shr, pol'ticil Oriiicit . Hid f liiii�iit it I'vo)      t. Ait art t'-^U An.iy ,�-� J        u ic it   A O.I.lion I'l 11 iliii.il I': i.>(iiii �   N.i�i i� i  1 K v.r  >mm )rt I.  VliiHclt.   W th l ^ir.t V� tty �. l'..i�i ol (*.et>v.   Ovcviuinc-*    >i�iji        ,1 i.tl-;   Pn Mirringfi iiKl liilhi, Ueatb>, U^nkrupit ; Pi I ol MvxoL jf ^ �. inif4 fur R. Dstiwin }un. at ths Ro(r lo Ifttn ri>:tttt this Day is pkbltJb^iL,  (frfoTbdJ -     Number KX\ H   .y (VltfimttA wrf* 4 Cif/xr fht', ttfrtftmii'g fit tf�Ut/�t 5iUt�/ tj^ CItmitfi, 41 CU/l/t-Hllli uMt r f/tt^ Coif rm Xuf gJmm/ifct ^'MtSJ-B ktign i atl tinrft a l^iirrf, tMbiiitinf tht i^tt *Ct Mtmmr     wadh^V ^rih.   UNlVivRSAU   MAGAZINE of Knowledgs tnii Pteafuts, (�i 1749.   Otwaijvff. eJ>b^ tC-^n m Edward V(. in hilturittl ..\iipunt bl thr Oup* i,n iU itti.fa. > Im Philiirojihy �' tli� .i)r. t\ Aaceiit to rtlViis th<  K'iArai5 in .Si. PtuPt t1twc!t.Y��i4y (..'fidiin i and l.ild liy ihc It.n l:iifll/' oLl Sl}'->l L\rJ cf.'jt tt Lsti, futh� 'fxni t'tilxr St), if,. Phtt,   ^!.tti, S'lfpfi, i^'c. tL9-j tjijMtd iau. If Pur.h,./,! il  IJ J'/fft   l-^i. j^.r Cat    ,U f^s "h^t tf .<-iff.i,v', '.rhiihlXfJil 11 tj b( fi'f'fttt.i fv !.h Cf*'      im  ii1l tlflir fit JL>.'/V S,t^,f. A':j t'trktm *r Ptt/atM tf.:tt iite \^ii'lfi^ lu i'liy ihf fiiiJ qU StJritj, t^iry tit^.v tivm mt tiny 'fiitit bifti'f thi Sjt, uf-ilt titf.'ytit^ 19 tit OJU.tt if tbt Ji.td fat J in tiki fro^r itarirvg Hjuft. I3y the Principal Officers and CornmitlkMicfi of his Majelly*s  Navy. 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