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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 12, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advertifer. fits. M o N n A y, jf NE 12, 174., D�iJl,   June EM AIN. 10 the Prince Willian), Woodin. from Galhpoljr; and the lieorgtr �ud Joyce. Long, from Virginia    Wind North by F.�il. KiTfhr, ftfi^y 10. On the t ith inft. whilfl the Kiog was fhooting of Quails in the \V�h1j of the MoneUc, he accidentat-'y (hot one of his Scr-vatits in the Head, at he came out cf� Bu(h, of which Wound he expired in twr* Hours. H*gnr, Jttie �7- Ali-EfFct)di, the Tnpobtan Ambafla-ior, having been lately infakcd in his Houfe by fome Jcwi who had quarrelled with his Attendan:;, he prefcntcd a Memorial to the States General, to de&ie Satbfa^oa for the Violence then committed aj^inil him : But laft Friday (being the Day appointed for the puMick Rqoidogi oti Account of the Peace) he wrote to the Grcfier. that, as it was a Maxim in. his Country upon fuch foSemn Occa-(ions to forgive all Trelpaflicf, be dciUcd thU AfTait might hi ei>tirely buried in Obli%'ion. ' Jn Extraff t/ a Lttier /rem a Pt-rfix cf Dif.i�3ita at tbt HaCUS, dated T*** 5-' * At � pfffe"*. but fciw^rcinarkable Tninp happen Jn " fHabtickt, theNcwo^^titers here pat themfelvcs to the * Torture to infeK fomcthing to nouridi the Curioftty ot * their Correfpondenu ; and this is the Occaiion of fo * many odd Rumours flying about; one of which that hts * been for fome Days current here, u. that his ProfiUn * Majefty had atf on a ftiddea. aiid wiihoaC declaring ' hit intention to any Body, fcnt an Order to the * cekbraicd Mr. Maapcrtius to immediately depart from ' Bitiia, and leave -his Domloions, aaa take away � erery Thing which beIoa{|,ed toAisr 1^ Order, fays * �JKi*�� .R�T>o�% ^"nSllcfs aftoat&isf to 4ll ihe ' Courtiers tlian*it was to hinii tO whom it >vas Test.   Every  Body to wiUife Ear it came reafoned upon it in order" ^ to difcovcr  the Caufe.    Some imagined  that  this  Favourilt,  and fecret Agent of the Cabinet of Ftr-  ftulus, had promiled more to hit Ptuffiaa Majefty than  he COijM pertwrn, and that this Prince finding himfelf-,  to be again the tixiid. Tione the Dupe of the FrcncV  %lj.iaAfffi t�5l dcrcrniined to vent his Spleen upon the  Wn>cd Academician and forry Politician.    Sho jli the  Other P^ach Favourites at the Court of Btrli.t fliare the  fame Fate as this is faiJ to have done, it will be a Con-� firm'atien of what f>as been reported.    There are feme  People, who piercc�v:ng the Coufidence th�t his Prufiian  Majefty placed in fcvrral Frcnchfolks. and at the fame  Time kttowing how extravagio-ly devoted Frenchmen  were to ihcir Nation and their King, and Jthe Contempt  they lud ior every thing which was not French,  forefaw  and foretold what itfaid to hav ba?..�a Earl of IkfsbotoJ�;ii m the Knigdom of Ircfa'j, the Digniry of a Baron of the KanjjJora of Great tisitairt,. Ly the Name. Style, and Title of B ^on Fonfonby, of Syfouby in the County cf Ycllcrday being the .Afniverfary of Us M�j ; a d at Noon the Gum were fired in the Park, acd -t flic Tower. 1 he Hare, V-apt. Hi.-f.ry GcoJwin. from the Northern Colonic?, was k.tl. I.'.l rear the BcrOTu<*a Iflands. Lctier  from Aml'ci.'.iai tau.nate, il�at a moic rcgnlar Fortn of Govrrnnunt t- ca the Ponu of being introduced thantver had been i.i ih.i' Coumry ; the Grand Petifiooary is for the laturc to crtnlac bim(clf :o the proper Duties of bis Oihce, witliojt having any thing to do with the Mini-llry : Dumelhck Comcras are to fall under the Depart-nicni of the Count dc brrktink ; Count dc Gronsfeliit is 10 have the Dirciticn ol fonrign .Affairs j Secretary Back is to fuptiintend the Military ; and Mr. WcQtzcl \* to prcfide in what relates to the iinitncrs La!l liivLiy the Loan of King's Bench dctermin'd �he Corporation k-'aufc fcr C armarthcn in J^avour of JoLn Phil-l|)sjia  Mttch^ut, ih:'ate Mrfvor. Latl Friday came on m the Court of Common-P'cas at (iuildhall, a remarkable Trijl b^twcvn ihc Bo�tf�jia's Mate of sn Eall lnj:j.:rj:i. I'ljii-.utf. arj Chi-1 M-te |of the faid Ship 1> fcndaot. on .\vti.>ii Iji ! for iC^I. by the Plaintiffaji^aitiJl t;ie Defendant, lor violcoilv be t;ng Bad bruifiog him, when sifter .t {lioit Tii.l the jury i^ivc a |V srdiil for the 1'l.iiniiiy, a d 2?!.  Damage.-; Mr. Thomas H*�;ilman ii a^ipvir.tc" a v. Ictk oudcr the ^Dakeof Bedford, u\ the Rootn o; VViih^m fjircfa, who died a few Diy> fmc; at bi? l.o.i 1:. > m t*loDii:ft>ur)r. On Thuifday lall died at St. .^iban�> 10 Hcrif rd y an entincot  Lim^cu-pjraper in Chrapfidi- NORFOLK     t I     C L' I T UtJ CM./ y^j.ut  U<        M LlijLe icki, Ivlondsy Juiy 14, at Bockin^r.sin. rcdford, Thurfcay Jj!y       at i;.J?' umingdon. Saimd..v July jy at H.fUJi.i:Jon ambridae, taor.d..v 'jj/51.     Ca-. �*)lk, ThurfJay 5. a-. Kirv ^- F.Jmur.J-j *Offolk. Monday Aj^uA 7, it tf-c Gu::d:!all of me eiiy of Norwich, of Norwivh aud County oi' th - U�e City, the iaiuc Ejay, ftt the lame I'   .  not .� Wki-cr :hcrc,  -i i^pfdtd to be oiw who vrfii la/iaci!)  a icivjot tu the Friday brt   two  l.adi cnjpl. y � la VViu'.cu,.iiri< g tHojfe It Camberwc:. ciur o . . ! Ij n atic Vclcfd.y Morn.n^j ea.ly a .Vi.!.    J= i-iO d *- ''-'C .^ouM. 'tuei of the l.-on.'.ioi.i..c.. 1:0.1..  oy  t�"J t BO Ccat on � the other a Ihort Man, gcntttly dtvfs'd, in a { dark brown Coat, dofe button'd. Pcft/mtmth, Jmt 8. On Monday the Daughter of Mr. Higgini, of 1 ratten, a Child about five Y^ars of Age. w.� feizd by a large Boar, which dragged her through a Pond, and tore her in fo terrible a Manner before they en. Id deliver her from the Breail, that her i.ife is dcfpartd ul. Exrttr, Ifint 7. Lift Monday died Thomas Ball, of Mamhead, Rfq; who formerly rcprcfented this City in I'ar liament. He has left two hundred Pounds to the Fout d-ling Hofpital in London, and the fame Sum to the Devon and Exeter'Hofpital. to which latl. in his Life-time, he was a great Benefaflor. Ludgatt, Jnne 10. We the poor Citizens confin'd for Debt on the Common Side, return our fincere Thinks to our generous unknown Bcncfailor for a Guinea put into O'ar. Begging-Box this Day, which was a fcttfonablc Kclief to many poor Souls who are without Friends, and wbofe Number daily incrcafes. Tomorrow �Ul be a Publick Breakfafling at Marybon-Gardens. The Entertainments of Coper's Gardens ivill continue this and every Evening during the Summer Seafon \ the Walkt will bebeautifully illuminated with Lamp Trees in a j^rand Tatle, di(po(cd in proper Order, and to conclude with beautiful Firework* refembling the Royal ones in the Given Park. The Firework*are eftcemcd by grcit Numbers of Gentlemen and Ladies of Diftin^ion the beft ever exhibited in Publick. Great Carfc will be uk.'i to keep ont Perfons of ill Repute. At Sidler's Wells, Iflington, this Evening, Vr. Hemlkirk, Mrs. Smith, and Mifs Lowe, will ling fcvcral new Sonf.s ; with Variety of new Daoces'bv Mr. Harvey. Mr. Vander-fluys, Mifs Baker. Mrs. Hiu^h. ai>d others. Sc rral new " ""TriScs in Tumbling, by Mr. Dommlque, Mr. Williams Mr. Pedro, ar.d Mr. Frances. TiJie who'�tio co' '�lu.lt � nh Scipio Africanus, or Harlequin Grand Volgi. Ljuh Pj>.iiun to be idmtued for a Pint of V"->i' or Punch. At the New WcPs m Goodm.^i l-"V'niing, will be feveral new PetJoM-imic. ' J    n Venice.   To which will h.   ...  1, > 10- tefque Figures never f '    WM Km Holidays. The whole o .rc.,!o vmh the Tii. 11 ph-, iif Peace. Briuiinia, Mi .'�i  ; Man. Mr. MHcij. Peace, Mifs Granierj Vide- , .At Joe (Jranni ; lame. Mailer Grsinicr; Time. Mr Ci.-ani-i j i'mdcnce. M.iJain Tartf wn Chrgt-- Str t ?,rd turn on the Jeft Hand.    Fhc Mirri.j'cs (i,> i.i n L.cence on a Five Shdlmg St mp �  ,in, ; t Mr Kcu.S* little Chapel in May-Fair, near 1 i. lic-Paik-Louar, ojipo-titc the gre�l Chapel, and wifim ten Yar�i o' it; tftere is � Parch at the Do' r like a Country- Churcli Porch. Saiardfy Bank Stock was ro Price. India 11 'ck, no Price. Souih Sea Stock no Price. l)i:to Old .Atinuuies, IC5 I half. Di'to New 106 1 4th. lisnk Annuities 17^6, 105 I half. Ditto 1747, no Price. Ditto l.oC cry 17-17, 10j I half a 5 8ths. Bank Aunuirits 17^8, 11^4 1 h.ilt. Ditto 1749. 104 I half. 7 hiee per Cent. AiilMiities 99 3 4ths. Million Bank, no Price. liiiuiva'c", no r'nec. Ro)al AfTarance, ; 8. London AUurancc, no Pi ,cc Hngliih Copper 5I. Seven per Cent iMupcror's |...n. no Price Five per Cent, ditto, no Price. B^nk (. .fc;ilation, 17s   6d. Prcm.    Ind a Bonds }l. i<;s a   .^s Prem V his    UTy   7s   pu:'lij,j~. By bit MAJESTY'/   Rou'l L,.,�et  an./  t'riviJrg^, Ptdicatfd u   tbt  Societies   lor pfopiigii.nj; Chrulian Knowledge, U<.      " T^HE NKW  P! C(fUrw to all Trniptiliuxtt j  i-nui Ctiinch, L-ii-'oo Bfh-'gf._ _ �brs   Day   is  pitUtJh'd, A Nr^ Editiaa,   in Four Volunut,   (t'n(t feix'd in tlut F>fer tOt. 67.   ar hfund ilt ) a.' I-^HH:   I i ilt.il y oi   10 M   JUNKS,  a Jij    H li N U Y     F 1 K L D I N G,    �/<,; At.rf   iOmtum   muli.,n,m    vultl, PruiCcd fo* A. MilUf, oyfoiilc K�llierinc SrrccI in iLj -Str^ml. Hb,it   may Ij,/, t. Th� fimc Work m 6 rot. lan.u on * Ui|cr Lc'ter. Pr. tinund it 1. a. Micciianici, ty Henri t'lddui^, �l<{^ j vol. Kvo. I'r. bound 151. 3. TLe H h Arxirca*), mi hi* Fiicfld Mi. Abraliain A.-...11J. Ly .VIr. F.riling.   I'nte boutij tt. ..   . tif .^.ttojic!,   Vuy.j^,     TiaxU.  �,� D ..�ti-.ei, at are .0 jrne.al Kaceiu     llluftiaicd ty yt,.^     F   /'   S '   N*u� raccfuily reiKcd, wiiii Urge AJdiittj*!,. aiiirfhd ti tbrm/rcit liii Oj^^i *r drt*K\n Bith^ atd biKJt mt Al.'vtifdim thar Aicrmmt* >:vd f'tntfuri t�i  thcr ibt fa*t, th*.t ck]f Jt^fti^iHit, d,4i'vtr tbttii iKto (bit O^itt ikerj^t t* ftfi tmiir - deeumt*� ^ytdtbiTthyt ihar tbf Imfrtflt jpawJiiw tut i^Jitn/t ti��, ��i fttVfHt ihir hirtg rtturntdi^Hv thr txih^r mf'i^i*^*'^ . tit tifjttnit/f ibff hf, nn.f jfud' PffA't *w L-f'.-irfii/fdji..iiK . JecMtHfi arr txfsuttd/ uitry thiit fv'/xf ifciV � tit if t/je irr^Jurtr of'tbt A'rtiy, tAkt tbiir It-fr'jft, ifdl^, at thf ft'ifxy-Off.tt, Aftrr 16, ty^g. .' By ihi; Coniinilttcncrs  for  ViduaHiii^ ha - "W^cffyT~Navy. \JtTIfERSJS divot Pirfini ksvt bed 5"��t ef .V*w� Vy   i'Kfit/td M thiH fy*tt umi ttttis b.t^^ rfrt-t* Bifft Sxtbofgtt  f^yjff n^eii^ tbi-m; tb Jf art t� Jtbvt lCi>ti K ittit th'j Oj^f*^ T enftr t^ frh /a\.'� ./feii* cij, 4>*�l tf.^r(ty clfitr thi Jmfrpfiiji.atdiiigi ti:t ttg:.: /f tb'ki, fnJ tl'iir l'(i'^ r.iutntdinfo tbt b'.xJ^qafr .^k) frzj ..^t^dt aj ^(l>,r�� li-iji- tiiy nviii it} undfmcb Pa hit cs kr^e ^�ff*d tt*ir A^vx.- :.-n{ '-.it �/ M �   '-/r'�> .'.jT thi i'idupUiisg-0^, diby ti.), i,-f} _Fxci     "ilu'e. . ,'��      i        . �,-,|5_ '      It IS' it ta ^uve N-tu;, tb   , -   . JL    ^ ^tb Dnyrtf' ti-it i.'ijii'Kt yhsf A/hrr.cjrr, �v.ili It y.i nftitHy /UtatLkf jUJ^r,      _   . licgjb.ndstf fine Sauthar^ Cy>ieflf, tlxu tb,y t^tiiitJ ta iat Ij f>^ti\d Lc-fii tbt jyjtfiicmf Ld.'ty vii. i. 0�a Bhildin^^ Lfftfei- f^ty-ftsv e* cj Jf./ssVfsj L'fi/e fsr IzLcniy cnr )\.:r-, at tbt Oj^m cf iIm liMtit li'biiif (aii d Stiitturt Kt\,  ititb tbt Cr:x.b.if; ^'ffmrtt- mtncft tb.irtj bcL'ngt'ir, fit)i.itfd bettvtev BiJitix/'g -f.-JitJri tmjf Lyeit'i Kn, "vdtb a hi-j/'Bcgt sr linttatt /i^rnajf tiv fun; Mil. ta tic Otiuputio uf Mr. O^y, N\.rff^rri nxd tk:/.-:.* r>ti H't.r.btifi f.xKndi'igftMin tbi- faiUVhritf ir K xxfy at I'^tji'j^e t > 7 Lwi. i-Strul ,1'. itb fV^s/ti tr'bitti.ctb f.'rf r5 r.r/'j and -.iitb ar ii.itbu:.: .'v.4) Affi'^g'i or TtmiKmit, t*t ^ t'^ F.iji Mid lb: ttbit cn tbj Ifyi HiA- cf tbt fdl Gett^vt* er P'�>ii;t ii Fiont itt Tbs�,,i Smtt, h:b mu.iniMttd, mad �^ii'tt l,it. IU thi Octafi,t!fa jf Mr. Hart, Takw^t/i, J. Five MiJJungrt ar 'Ti-nrittriAt i.t frc-z: tiiitigtai t� t^i oiihr, IK ubjut .�ild.rjgati., odfdiiin^ ta t-mj^jrfitdLt^ ^'et/titeni f-i'i) I'-'c ji.id Ctittf rivo iKfAitej' ert aur/i'T, iht rcfl it /Af / 1-o.d (Jciup.uitni ef '[bc.-tuu ftbitiUr, E^tztJ-itb H^tnJ teaj ydjit Height. 3 7 Ac C >Jllc and Fidita /�*, lyia^ ItiJvd the fivi tutsVt" mtntijnd Mrflu.'^^ti or TcHinunti^ tiitb tbt ft^'trt^ UntNt^ a uiebouft, Slidlfi, ErifHiiu itud Buiitiimgi afprtmniirthriti^ O't kth Sid,I tbt f lid tun lardi exttrndiig (rMi tbtE iL.rttl aut if Aldcrl'^iitt Strrtt, attd tuktt ttt the �rt^t JaI^ '^fKt. Sl.dli b idts, et the Uufr EkJ if tl.-t:/..'id I-n t'^ d, txicndntg thcnftom, uvd luLi in /tbt 0 ^fiurini^ Lett/it for tvtvttj*wr f%�rr, �Kr M'J/iuigr ti rtitrnunt, tulfdti*iilM r,titrm,frtmku $ltVtfteSf at lUlliii^^titr, lu tbt Unwfatian of '[beemi Mftrritt- * 6.  fur a Itrm tj fivt Ytttri from SiidimtOKtr mxt, tie ftnff M<:JJitiigi or   rinrmemt, 
                            

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