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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 15, 1749, London, Middlesex er. �)#�/, June 13. BStlBftDAY the oatwturdlwuiwl Skipn faiPd Weilward. CataedoWD and fail'd. the Bolton. Allen, ifbr LSfbon ; and the MayflaWet. C P^'mo(' V^iA Prince will not overcome it. * TlMs woald. one may venture to fay, be an iireparable ' Ws to the Houfe oxAuJiria. That Faknily can never * faave aPrieod who will be fo heartily inclined to fupport .�itsJoteraltt, and whoknt>ws fo weUhow to }|iiipn)veiT> ' at thisEiedoi;. Oar tali Letters from Jl/c/m. idittcd the f la of this.Month� advifc, that his j^Aoral Highaef^ was ' rather wor'fe than'at the ^apartareof the preceding ^oll, � having a violent Fit of the. Gout upon,him, which ihc � Phyficuns were apprehenfi^ve would no^ leave him before .fv,� . . , . ^ Lneafec}f>tfccfic- (great Pangcr length the abiu-iOtt^Superiority in the Empire, which fhe lias Veen fo * longamMvpuring to obtain, and which (he^would before �c ki>�V tt�queftionably have gained, bad it hot been fou;hc * Obftadcs which tliis Prince laid iii tha^Way.' ' ..^ L hO N D O N. A Clapter of the Moft Noble Order of the Garter will, we Mnr, be.jheld in a few Di^s.at Keniington, to (ill up ,ti�e V|^wie�"in that Order. , , '''l4tft'M6ndkyj|tree Ships from J^oticrdam. boan4 to Fbilt^elphia, put iiito Cowes, having pn board apiv^'Ut ^ lcoo||autmcs and Swifs Paflengcre. .'The Right Honourable the Lord High Chanceiirr has brenpttaied to appoint Thomas fiufl'el, of Chippenham, in ^e'Cramy of Wilts, Genilemau, a ^4ailer Exia^r-'iifiilrjr Ih W� Maj�-fty*� High Court of Chancery. On Monday wa� marned at Wanftead in Thomas ^"fdUi JEfq; of Rumford, to Mifs Prances Payne, Divugh-*ttr �f'Mr.'Jacob Payne, of that Town. . Ycfterday was married at HaCkney, Mr. Esekiel Franlp. -Plerukc-Makcr, at the, Bottom of Inage-Lane, to Mifs Levi, Paughtcr of Mr.^^achaiiah Levi, of $(. M�ry Axe, �JewiitIlet.' s A-' t On Monday Ni^'vlied at hi^ Brother's Hoofe at Pech-Itam, Tjjebphiltl* Efo; many Ytars an eminent , J0^(a((Ui|t J^t Leghorn,' from which Place he wa:> but lately liUiiK'd, and was poifefi'd of a gr�at Fortune. . ^ a .two fmall Children. Ni^tafiit, June 10. We have Advice from Cleadon, that fifty-lour Head of Cattle belonging to that Town, have died of the contagious DiUempcr, but that at prcfcot all continue in perfedl Health. EMnburgb, June 8. Lall Monday 300 of Lord George Sackvillfs Regiment of Fct, under Comniand of three � Captains, three Lteuicnantj, and three tuligiu. siurcbed ifoin Glafgow to work upon the new Roads m tiic Hieh-luids. Next Sunday MoVning there will be a Charitv Sermon rchd at the Parilh Church of St. Botolph Aldgatc. the Rev. Dr. Simpfon,. Reftor of St. Gcorvc M'J ileiex, for the Benefit of the Charity Children oV be. Uo tolpb Aldgate. Milton and Harrington wrote agaioft the Stua-ts, for ratriot Modeh ami Conimonwcalthi. &c. the Cojuuons debated, whether Mihon Hiould not be *. and fomc of hi. Books were burnt by the Hanpinant in Confcnt 10 the Wtrjot King. Writer, next Sunday, the Dclcncc oi the Jluarts lhall be vigorouily purL'd. the Key to a|l the Scandal ogainll ihcut given, and Titui Oaici"* In-fsrniert . The Entertainments of Cupcr'-. Gardens will continue wis and evciy Evening during the Summer SeafonVtiiC Walks will be bcautifu ly illuin>n*tcd with Lamp Trees iii grand '1 alle, liifpofcd in proper Onder. and to con^^^ludc *vith bcautifal Fireworks refeinblin^ the Royal or.a in the Green i'ark. ihc fireworks are cttccmed by great Numbcxs ' tf <�entlemcn and Ladies of Ditlinrtioii the bcU ever f?li:bited in rubJi.k. Gicat Care wdi be taken id keep Wt Perfonj of lil Kcpmc. At the New Well* tn Goodman's Fields, this Fv.iun^, Will be ("cveral new IVrforinances by Moiif Taiifcy tioKi .Venice. To which will he tdded, feveral Sccnci In (Iro �efS|*c Figures neier pcrfurw'd before, call'd Whufuo holiday*. The whole to conclude with the Iiiuuip.'it *rHURSDAy. Johl 15. 1749 �r Peace. Britinnif� Mrt. Mtift t Man, Mb MIt Peace, MifsGfanier; Vi^bry, Mr. Jijc Qranicrt :t*l Maft�r GMniit#) Time, Mr. Grinicr ('Ptiidchte, Ma9ait\, tattfayi Plenty. Mrs. King} JuiUc*. MMi Phillips f Trade. Mr. Hendrick. Sadter^i Wells, Wington. this Even!�g. Mir. Hemflii.k. Mr�. Smith, and Mifs Lowe, wilt tinn fev�t-aY new ^ones ; with Variety of rtew D�nccs by Mr. Harveyi rMf. 'Vsndir^ Qnys, Mifs Baker, Mr*. Mough. and others: Several ne�^ Tricks in TumbUng. by Mr. Dominiqne, Mr.Wil'jami. Mr. Pedro, and M'rT'Vanccs. The w1\ole to cdncli^de with. Scimo Africano^ dr Hattcqvin G rand V olgi. Each Fcrfon to be admitted fibril, Pint of Wipe or Punch We hear thi^ 'tl}�., Dunging Watf r , lately djtcovercd jtt RUburn. In the Pa^ilH, df Hampllead in MicKflrffx. gili^ great Reputation t \bit many PcrfonI of Ditluu^ioti wh6 go there to drink'it, and have experienced its gi^oJ Efil-ils. are alfo pleafcd with the Situatibit of the Place. NcatnetV ^ the Wall and fof Stiles that , t . - Wood M0tit �* ttkiAt more toiVtmodious tb pafs ovcrl Portable Soup^'or iblid^Brotbr �fefolron^f9oroey^tir a* Sea, *r for tb*- moriS i^dyVifrtakbtf^ Gravy S^^AJb Cakes of a proper (Ik tct.i^a^ iine MdV ciacb, A tiiy three or four GilU. Tfiii uftfulCo!ttmoditVM|p6� fpoil, if kept dryi W is ill^btvU in a fii^iiijaitiates in boiling Water. She bns alfo fome of sVeafctutid.l^wrs, fomfe of Fowls only, and Yome of OMottbp^^ T*ric Sold by fi. Dn Btsis^-atthi Golden Head in Prqjfam-Cbt>rgitttl� Great Ofei Baily^ . ,H,gh Water ai..LondoB-Bridgcithis Day atj 8 Minutes af^r 10 in the Morniog,arx! .p after joat N(g|t Miitp Annuities, 104 3 4th$ a 10^. DitC^^Mw MPriee. Kulk Annuities 1746, 10; 1 8th a lOeJa i 8th. Ditto, i>^k^, "104 i 8th 0 loj 7.8tbs ;t 104., pitto Litftcry 1747, do Price. Bank Annuities i748.^�04.i 4tV a 104. Dittoj 1749. 104" i 4th M 10J 7 ttha i : Cent. > ditto, tid'mttf. BabkCit^bMabh. 4U i7�. 6d. Prem. 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