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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 6, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Baiiy Advertifeh T U E S DAY,  JONK 6,   174? jOfal.   June 4 R RI V  D. trc Mirtnadgke. Bowman, ffom IJlwn; the Unanimity. Jn Extrt:3 rf a Lett hcthcr thc'Su>rm * ii    ccrMiiniy diflBpttcd as People perruadc themftlvei. * IfOT my P*�* tpprchcnd, tU�i the pUufvblc Occ'iraiions. ^ the Letcen fo patheticaUy uroir.  and pb!i:ira'ly  {<..b * tifhrd,      onJr a Kind of Opium anftilly adniKurhi J lo * hy ahetpfhe Polittmns trho indefatigab^y u-atcii to pic- * fcrve the Tranquility of ftwv/r.   The Joutncy ot v.ouni * FinckcnHrin into thb Country does by n �     be obfcrvcd. that he �Vii$ ihe Agent ami * CoGifideat of      K^ing of P -~. at S.fi^crht.'rr, to Count * T-x*"- rather than to the King, anu it \v.� he who ne- * gociarcd, regolatcd, asd fiipulatcd cicrj' fhinj; �vt^h that * f'fime Minilter of the, Succeflbr, \v|iofe Conton, Sifter ' to 'tiii Prii�an Majefly. is not ieisanibiiious iAi pc'-.tick * thskn iter firoiher.   Ttiis Coant f incksnftein, it      pre- * tMded, caipe hither to fettle fotne privare Affsm ; but < wit^ool haViiig any thing really of his own to do, he ^ beiaa foon to frequent five Miniiler'*, and all on a * fmiea hk piodoccd credential Letters.    At lefig'K he * afted in Coticm-Mtilh lh 'atre, however, powerful AJvoca'c^ in the  Marqtii: de Puyfieux and the Count de St. Scvciin, b th  of -whom a'C opan their Guard againll Machiavelifni,  and tlie latter ha* a pcrlrcl Knowldege of the Sentiments  of tbe Kingnf iSwr^r, and thofe of his prime Mimil^r.  Vou may fell aiTurcd. that fo long as thcfe two Lords < remain Favou f *riiiiiva i^ in Treaty with the &!a^iHracy of the Galleys uf tjcnoa tor a Gaiiey tvnich is upon ti>e cjioctcs, and which       been 6aifti<.d about tMO Years.   That the Pope's four (ial)rys which were at Spc/tia are gone to cru ;tc upon the Pirates  g tiicrc- Toe C-ir.ic w'lo offit i-icd, hid thice |-ingcrs biiTTii. jirf the AiTi'tan: was kilieJ ; at the fame Time a Cr-iihx of kti^fs ua^ broken to I'i.ccs, whereby four or feve People were kil'-td. and abivc fifty wounded. 'Ihe young PreteuJer u. we hiar, arrived in Poland. The King has a^O'iiaicd the S.eur BK :d af Kcnfingtoii, on his being appointed Steward ot tin M-jvUv's Houfliild. Ti* UhI itit the Rij;ht Hon. the Earl of {{arrington. On Account of fci� .Ajc and IrJirmiiie^. d*'es not go to Ireland a^aio as \-OtA Liru'c-ianii and that ha Grace the Duke of Devo:;fhtrc will fucccvxi bim.  Wchcar that the Earl of Rlborough. of the Kingdom of Ireland, will be created a Pcrr .>f (i.oat Britain. And ihii iir R-.chard Wro.uily. Hart Member of Par-Iiaisent fur 'i u^llucit. wUl Lt: appou>:cJ one of the Clerks Co.nptroller^ ui it.i BoarJ o( (Vricn Cloih. in the room of Sir Thota/i U'.nc. Bvirf. OLttarcd And iha; ir.c 1 i^>n \.'.laiio rtuvi.i^icnd, Fui, Mtmkerof ParliMoent far Vaui.'-.. la :n No folk, will O-�[ j oiuicd Otie of tUe Lor.i> of   1 : .Je md I'iAiiiauom. We hear by a Gci.iUatau tr at caiuc to Tovvn on Sc;nJay ftom Portfmoath, :i?at Gtrc a! liUiK*. *v?th ill liir J'lanf fo.'ts for (jibril:rtr. A.-,- were uudci Sill w ilfi a !-ir VV u.d at hii'c o'Cltck that Morning. Ycilcfda) Morr.i.iy ijr jo.in Rous Part cfjhcCfun'y of Sufolk, maiiK-d a; AadUy biteci CuaptI, to Mits Bdhngbam , On r>ttia) lail the Right Hon. Lady Fi:/>oy. V.ife of jasnrs jetfrey*.  fcot was G'ely  broc^'ht to i'i> li  o� a D.�u4;hter, at tas llcurc lu ticnnciia Xtcct, Cavi'ililli Squat e. . The Gothk-k Lion (a Dar.irtj Snip) is arnv'J in ilc Bowtu from China, bo-r.d to Lcptntiagei; ilif uil d froiu Canton tbe 19^1 ot iJccen-btt, arid cintc uj> v. uti HardwKk. Capt S^iuplon, and the scatbjiough. Cupi Divcrgne, ar.d two d�[b v.rinamen in the iirtiihl; ui ; and I ; p; l'c^^^J. parted Coiniu ;y ui ii ilicni. ^d the (jottiKk 1 i^'ii paritO Com par. y kvi.ii U. k'> F.ycs. and f*? it out; fo th.v notwit&nandina: nil the Cati: tm^m.-blo was taken, there is much Dan^jv-r from tlic Ang.iiih ul lut loting the other Eye Eit'iftfafg/u 3''. Wc hear from Ncwc.ilUe, tl\it tVc Hawk from Atnlterdam, coining do�%n the Kucr iV-rrt that Place on her Voyage to Ne^v-Yotk, was oveilct, ly running faul of a K.e�l. Her Carj^o n v.ljcd �t iooo<^i, great Part of which, as well as the Ship, Kai rtcuvdcon-lidcrable Damage. Vetlorday Green Pcife fold here at Nine Sh I'i-igs iKo i Peck. \ I Ranclagh-Houfeard Gardens *ill be opened every l^ icT? [h tbi Prfff,  imJ ^^^rtfyvt'i ft fl�?/>!V� J.   IVr sr � i.i.Mt � ;i. ^ ji. Stf "t, V  �. �!\, , "if. , . t V, \Vl>iI.�        l.tul'i v rfiU��l I' I j i.r,J :t. > i-rl n int S '^.if^tr.-.n �V , r>;�lhc I'MiC'pat C^iKi'^s ^-,.t C* tti!n:.:svi.ti� ( \  hi; M.ij ii>*.>.  N.tvv. and hopes to have the Coattnitstnce of ihcir Favo ir. bcinR now rcturn'd to his fbrihcr Sitvaiion, at the .Si-n yf the I BibV, next to Tom's CofTee-Houfe, Comhill. At the New Well* in Goodman's I'icld.', rhi� F.v ning, will be fcveral new Performance* hiy Mont, lartley from Venice Tto which will be added, feveral Scents in Gro tffque Figures never perfOrm'd before, call'd Whiifun Ho tdays. The whole to conclude with the Truwpi ilUndUon who go there to drink ir, and hive Experienced its good liflefls, �re alfo pleafcd with the Situation of the l'la fc j ,and lor tlioie who chufe to Wuli: owr the I iclds, tne few S lies that are in the '�Vay from +i�)ndon, fy St Jolm's WkoJ Farm, are mailc n>ore rommodious to pal^ over. fl'gh Water at London-Bridge this Day at Mjnutis after J tn the Morni: g, and     after 3 m the Advrnoon. Yclterd,!y B.nk Stock ^as 136 i 4th. ind..i Stocl:, iSji. Sou(h-Sca Stock no Price. DiUoOld AfmuititJ, ic6 1 H h a 106. Dit'o New 106 3 4ih9. Dank Annui.ics 17^6, 3 4ih9. D tto 747. 104 3 4iiis h 5 Hih.s .1 3 4ths. Dido i.oitery 1747. no Price. Bank ApnuiMes 1718, 104 7 8nis a 3 4ths. 1 hree per Cent. Annuities lOo. Million Bunk, no Price, fiquivalent, no I'rite Roval Aflurance, 78. London Aflurance, no Price. Knglifh Copj'cr jl. Seven per Cent. F.vprror's Loan, no Piitc. Five per Cent, ditto, no Price. B nk Circulation, 4I. 17s. 6d. Prcm. Inda Bonds 3I. ity- a t6s. I'rein. This bay ae />///V//2�V, (Price 6 j.) BtiiUti/uUjf p'liilid it 'Tivj /alum.t i>i .Vm . ' I^HhL Wcrks ot lit nv�(t c-kl r.iial Nli K.r Jl     Port! I ninicly, tVcliuin h ill i: i   ir.r-   , Curii Uarl iil D"j'f, CliiUt F. .- I..-. 1 utii, (,,., . i>,.t,.i^ L'lr, �/ AjiB . ll,,   Iho^,,, l,I.J.   El-ii Notf, Ail I'lc Wii ngi I.I ihc l)i>*o tnrn'ixnM 1*0'i,, vbh th ate lixi iiicoiifldriablr in CI >anit y lu br ^ot -i.^ ^ey i.iitiy �ir iviiiUjjj il in li.cJc Volunj.�, a >J ��i< iifvfi l{( ir ^..   .,      m^cur-. fr iiteJ for K ti  't'cTtnn; t Ci.tir in Flcei Sure!. Thij   Jhiy   'is   fuih^yjP Neatly taum-i in CJ-^. (P,,(, Z,. 6./ ) A Sew TiamJLi.n (b, M,   \J\.U\VU. UOYSK. 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