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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 14, 1749, London, Middlesex                                WEDNESDAY,  JVNE 14,   1749. iiii IRRIV'd the Litth�eMM�n of W�r from the Wcilwsn). Came down tlw GodolphiA, Belches, for |a maica; tlie Sally, Let, for Ber-tkiaida i thcChsrUilng )udhh. Salt, for CaroliA* t t^ i.\iir\, tybn, Tor D�blin ; And the Prince Rupert, Dobj, for Sanu Cruz. The Hannah, Tinker, for LifboD, remains. Wind W. by S. "ifrfx/fwff �r * Lnicr frtTt a Ma^Jfratf �/ Amflerdatn,  The laft Advktt �riiich we hare received here from  Sitfy intimate, th�l t1�e King of Prrt/^a found, upon hii  Cirtt Vlkc the Fottrtflct and Townt in thit Province iii  Ac moil flooriflliag CtMditbm, bat that thci Coantry ha)  ctttfidcrahly change its Pace fince hit Uft Journey thi->  tlier, aad ikat thofe People who knew it ten or twolve  Yean      would CEnroeljr h�vc known it to be the fame  it now u.   The Citica and the Coantry are not near (9  populona, Trade and the Manufaaures lan^uifti. Monlry '* u mote fcttccw and the KOMiniog IntAhitants melan-^ �*oly, ^fbnftlnl, and rude-  Thn Drfcription perhapt  mn appear cnggerattd : but as Silt/a h worth more to  the new Sovetcign than it ever wa* to the tiouft of  AaJIfi*, there is %ea(bn to believe that it will be in(cn� � fibly ^hauAed, and that this rich and fertile Country  wtilbe in the fame Sate that the ether Territories of the  Ho�ifeof J?r��*^/r�yare. Since the Arrival of the Princ�  pt; ynonjtft othen.   that the Baton Vqndcr  Ouyn, Pfrfideni of the College of NoWcs and of ' the College of Deputy Coun�eUor>,    will foon dc-  mind to rrfign, in Order   to jnnke   Way   for his  elJell Son to I'uccecd him : That M. dr Benciiick will be  mjuie Prcfidcot over the Head of ihe Baron dc VVaffcnaar,  to mkffn however, in order to keep his Ranlc. the General  DtrcAioo of the Polls of the Province will be given:  M. dc Twickcb will retire from the College of the  gobies of H�L'a.J. into which PoA the VcItMarlhal  Count Maurice dc Naflau Auverkirk will be introduced,,  and the Count de Grocn?field, who has been naturalized,  being born a Sobjta of tht^Kmg of Pr^Jta.   The Port of  Fcnfionary of Utll^nJ uiJl alfo be diviacd between two  Perfons under the Titles of Comptroller-General of the  l-'tnances, and ConnfeilorPeptianar}-: this lad will be  charged with political Affiiirt foreign and doniellick.  The Perfons to  t yet named. * la order to rc-dlabliih the Finances, the Publ'tck are  iUoegly inclined to continue the Farms by Way of  Coil&ion.   However, Che Magillrates of this City who  is the Affairs of the Finances have the greatclt Ti^fiuence,  neither incline to one or other of the Expediei.ti propofud  by the Prince Staddioldcr:  They are defirous of keing  iKe Efeae-tiot the Ptdl-Tax wiU have, which will lUll  caafe feme foither Delays.' Extra's rfa Later fntm Ofarte, dated Jl/.y j\ Q.S. ' Utl Sunday. April 30. N. S.  Squall of Wi^.d came  oa hue. and it b^an to hail very large Stones, but in  Icfs than a hlinutc's Time �c Wire all ilruck with Sur-  prize, for tfcey came duvkn as big as Hens tggs, and n\ ith  (uch Jmpstuofity, that the Houfe Top ,tecm^d 10 be  beattDf m: The Noife they made, together with the  Thnnder, was as if the Heavens were fighting againll the  �anb; however, the Shower happily lalled but a lew  Minutes, and when it was over two or three of us ran out  to meafure fame of the Hail-Stoncs; the generality of  l|�m were four and five Inches in Circomftrrncc, but I  mcafurcd fcveral fix Inches^ after they bad lain on the  C^round a Qianer of an Hour : Ihi-ir i-'orin was Vitrious,  fame foheroiSical. others ova!, and all tended to be round j  upon breaking two or three I found that about the Cen-  trc they weiir irajtifparont, though the other Part was  q^lit white.  No great Pastagc %vas done about ilic City  to the NoitliwarO, except breaking of 'I iles and VVm-  dows i but this ii inCgoiiJcant in comparifon of the  Vtfrhirl dor.e a League or two to the Southwaid, where  the Shower wa* fo sioicnt, that thcHail-Slones were as  big as large Otangej ; thry tore up the Ground, cut iho  Com in Pieces, and dellroy'd the Fruit Trees, killing  bkewife fnme People who were cauj.ht in jr.  One Huil-  ftone i hear was take* up which weighed tiiree Pounds.  if this Shower had prov^ general it might have cautd a  Famine iu the Kingdom, bat Providence did not luiltr it  to fprcad fv ; is lie Wine Couatry they had noiiiiUi; at L     O     N     D      O     N YlAcrday hivMtj'dly went to the Houfe of Peers with the ttfual State, aadligp'd all the Bill, ready for i..c Royal Aficntj �od then pn>rt>gu'd both HoufcA to ti.c 3d of Anmi pcxt. Cm Monday hu Grace the Duke of Marlbgiough w^s Cwn of bis MajcAy'^ Mcft Honour^bleJ'rtvy Councy^ and took hii Hace at llse Bo.ird accordingly Hit MajdSy kas�p^o:iucd Lieoicnani General Sir CharJe* Howud, Major-Gcner^ Si. loun Mordaunt. and Majot ?�J559nl CholjBOndcIf)'. ID be upon the >iuS for SOuth mttatn. and to review the HevtriJ Kc�iments vt Dragoon Goards osd Dragoons. ui:h iL�: Rtgininus uf Poos, kivl Keffimenta Aud iLJci^odaiiiComp^inic^ol JnvaliJs qoarwi'd U England. The KJag has appointed Joftph lardanCcnt to be hi.. M�^\ Cenful in Gaiicia aoii .\u1uiib. 't*i*'** Francis Morris, late of Co!   KtnneJy'i Regiinrnt 01 foot, u appointed M�J4r in Col. Waiburtou. Re^i went of Foot, in ihe room of i liomas PJ.'lips. Efq; wni J'ptefencd to ihc Uke CommAr.d in the LnghiU lilb Aad Mr. Abel Warren it anpcinrcd a Captain in Col. Koyiftiy'j Regiment of Foot, in tiie room oi Cjix. Francis Morris. Liidovick Grant is appointed a Captain in tU Mig^dand ftegimeoi of i-oot tomuindcJ by Lord J^iiu Wray. in the room of Mr. Ti.on�*i Mcilman, dtccuUii "ic/ wtitsirom tkc Hi^% imi noiwubltjr.dmi; �)i that we have l�ttljr heard from Florence and Lcghdm^ tlte new Company that ii to b� cilibliflted in oiifc trWhitd Outchy of Tufcany, hivi made Choice  no had the Villains fe cured, and they wer�brok� apon theWhcel. They confeftcd the Faels, and fald they had (efvcd fifteen t>ther Engliih Subjetfli in the like Manner. A Pirate Brigjuti uken fev^ral VrfliiliofFthe Uavannah, and had chafed and taken a French Veflel fo near Shdre, that feveral Men, rather than fall intd their Handi, had fwam aflvorc and got into the Havannah. , The Matthc^v. Capt. Clongh. for Barbadoes, from North-Carolina, laden with Tar, ttc Was lately lolVllcar Barbadoes, and all the Crew, except the Captain and eight Men, pcrifli'd. They write from I^Mcy, the Capital of LQrr�in, that his Polifli MaieHy,. the Duke or Lorritin �nd Bar. hai been pleafcd to inake * Prefent AaLtkAJ^amiMny of TiaJeiS in that City of loocoo Livres, svhich are to' be lent but in fuch Proportion at that Company, fhall Judge expedient, to young Meii oil fair Charafkers, and Icanty C�pif*l�, thb belter to enable them to carry on their TradcJ, at the Ratfc of 2 per Cent, the Interejl to be applied to nugmiint the Capital, or to repair any Loffes that ijiay hkppen from Time to Time. One Day laft Week was married Mr. Vanden Endcn, of Sr. MKty Aie, ^to Mifs Froft, an agreeable young L*ly, with a hardfojne fortune. YeftcrJay Capt. Moor, late in the Marines, was married to Mm Kitty Founds, of Eitcter, an agreeable young Lady, wiih a conftderable Fortune. HOKiE    CIRCUIT. Lorii Chief Baron Parker o�d Mr. JujUtt Burnett. Hertford, Monday July 17, at Hertford. EUex, Wednefday July 19, at Chelmsford. Kent, Monday July 24, at Maii|ftone. Sjifex, Saturday July 29. at Lewcit. Surry, ThurWay Auguft 3, at CVoydon. Monday Morning a Woman Was lound b.irbaroufly murdered in the Fields near HighgatCi it Terms her N.-)iae wai 'i\\vi fli8 was a Midwife, and lived formerly at Ktnrifh-Txnvn. but by the Perfnafion of foftie FricritJa Imd lutciy taken a Houfe in Swainc's Lnre, near Hi;j;Ugatc On Friday tail (lie was fent for to Kcntilhrown, where flje did her Bufinefs, and came awxy, a"d, as u fuppofcd, was fct upon on her Return by Tome Villain*, who robb'd and inuraer'd her; the Wounds fcem to have been given with a Pitchfork, and her Gown was ilripprd on her Hack i (lie was dilcovercd by a Man climbing ut'if r a Bird'n Nell, milTing hit Hold, and tumbling diieO'y on ilic Body. Bojhi, March zj. We hear four or five tnglilh Vitlcla were lately taken by two or three Spanilh Petilaageis in the Bay of Capiprachy. Ranelagh-Hotife and Gardens will be opened every Fvm inc. as uwal, till further Notice, each Pcrion p.>>inp Ot\e Shilling Admiiunce. The FirC'Trecs will be lighted this Night. The Isntertainments of Cupcr's Gqrdcns will continue thi] and every Evening during the Supinier Seafnn} the Wdlks will (>u beautifully illuminated with Lamp Trees in a grand Tdltc, difpofed in proper Order, and to conclude wiih beautiful J'lrcw'orki rclcnibling ihc Rojial ones in the Grc(.-n Park. Tlie Fircwotki are c(lecincd by great Numbers o( Genilemen and Ladies of Dillin^ion the bell ever cxliibitcd in Publick. C^rcat Care will be taken to keep out t'cilons i>i lU ICtpvte. Aiijadltr's 'A\!l�, Iflirgton, this Evening, l.fr. IIeni(kiik, Mrs. Smith, und Mifs Lowe, will ling fcvcrnl new Song i.ipio Aificunai, or Harlequin Grand Volgi. Eich Perlon 10 i>e adniiticd for a Pint of Wine or Punch.' At the Nsw Weill In Goodman's Ficldi, this Evening, will be (cveral new Perfprinancei by Monf. T�rtfey from \'enLcc-   To which will be added, uveral Scene* in Gro- Peace. Miff Grimier i Vm^y. M#. IfM GlUiVt ^0nf. Mailer Gr�ni�, Time; Mr. Grani�r 1 VUiUn Tartfey ; Plenty, Mri/Kingi JulUw, 1^. (^OKiie { I'tAde, Mr. Hendrick. � Ihe Widow Hughes, from Tunbr^g^lHff)r|, �^ok�s aUays liaJ the Honokir of ferying tb* ftrft QgllKty. IWI continues to nuke and lett all (ort$ of M^fp>cniA�,Pl�lI �* Room, ihe will attend this Day, at Thfl^VMock, AcM Door to the Rofc at Mar) bon,  In ,hi MMmftmtitt TtfttrjM tf a fititg pij OrM'u �. bt Ltd at ijtn -  SAN k k U F"TrX^- (Jeorge Stovin. of Crowlc in Lkicolifhirc, Graxicr. Stephen Fry, of f>iday-Stiw,Jt.�iidao;_lnaho^^ YelUrday'B�nk Stock was 13$ liaif a V Kttis a f aihi. U4vt Stock, 186 1 half. South Sea Stock �tj   a ic6. Bank Annuitici iy,|i6. oo Prioe. Ditto 1747, 104 I 4t|^   i>vX9 Lwrr^ 174;, loj  I hall a 3 8:k>. ll^attk Annuttlet 174!, tcf 1 ksif a 1 1th. Di-to 1719, |5A1| 'f*** * ' *'h. Ihree per Cent. AtjnBitiM no Price. Mution Bank, no Price hqitivatef-r. no f r!ce. Royal AAarMicc, J8. lond.n Affurance, i�o i S F..ttgUAl Copper 5I. 'Seve*! p ip*"TCr'� loan 144 rive ef Cent, ditto, 78 \ ith R�rk C;tcttlat;c*i. 4.!. i;*. gj, mm.  tnd a KoucN -^X. n< a i4 giting Chrrt-ai Knowleirc. C?c. TMF. NKVV PUACnCE o* TU-.I Y � ccpu nin|! th�B��ft�iy l>i5t,���jf > (>�ili��i. ^ .-f.TW Vt>i > of t'jrtirlnj! t'tff Viitu*. iho Jlein� the {ir-n �.Im ptCrat An: Wt>�rrl r�Dt will UArt^M i iV t/nkftMviat CKb-�i?trtl J thf V'icm.'t awjkriwJ tni r�ct*mM4 ( anj RtiiftnM �(>. (�nnr4 in lliir IMj R.rclaltoat: AnJ dt.-cOlrU tvw ti� lit IVuHti! hu f. 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