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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 16, 1749, London, Middlesex                                FRIDAY,  June 1$.   174^ June 14. RRtVfiD the Dirpatdi SI009 from rfce Weflwai-d, a Dutch Ship bound for Eift-Iftdia. �nd \he Charlton, MiWarm, for Figur*. The Htn-nth. Tinker, for Liibon. reotsitu. Wind S. W. Ycfterday vrtvcd a Mail from FrahCi. 'pahtji-Ja-Main, Junt �o. Our Advice* from Genoa ofthegth inft. inform us, that lh� Senate had rcceircd Xettcrt from B^ia, importicg. that the Maraois de Cur-%x after having cxaded of (he Inhabitants of Calvi. and to 'KeighboarhtMd, fotne Contributions for defraying the Vjmenceof the Conftmaion of two Bridge^ and the Rc* tamrfoaoftheRoadi neceOiiTy far the general Commu-n^cioa, fel out'on the aad of latt Month for Sao Fio-wnto fi from whence, after ftaylog there two Dayt, he fct oat for BalUa. where he arrived the ajth: That the next Day a Dmchment arrived there with Jix Banditti, who lad foncodacd on Condition that they (houldbe cohveyed 10 fiance and incorporated in the Royal Coifican Regi-, Meat} �md that �a othrrt were espefted firomCorte, who _kad .icfifined themfelves �Btifc}y to the Difpoial of the Harqms tie Curfay. Thelkfutarc of Machtme the Dauphtnefs, to drink the ViteM of forges, is fixed forthe a9tb of this Month. 'We hate recttv'd the News that the young Pretender has fi^U thtODgfa Venice, where he was known. notwiih-| flanding hit Dcftre to keep incognito.   The ^natr. it Uemt, deptited foor Nobles to lu Mm know, that they cooid not. Oon-the Engagements fiifbfifting between the Sepublick and certain Powcts, aiford him ah Afylum in (heir Territories; to which he made Anfwer. that he Aioold only wait the Rcturo of a Cooricr which he had difpacched (qRome; whereupon the,Ocpudes told him he might dd h, proiidcd hia Siay did not exccei a Month.   However, ' ledid not think ht to defer bis Departure till the Expira. lion of the Time iitnitted, but immediately on the Arrival �f the Courier from Rome ftt out for Bologna, where he it 4t iprefcnt. I,     O     N     DO     N. .   By the Hunter, Capt. Darby, from Carolina, there is Advice, that the Sterling,, Capt. Stephen Innii, bovindfor ' Hoar England from tbafPibvince, is loil near Cape Cod ; l^Qaptain and Crew wcrefavcd, with Part of h� Cargo, * whkh �rwcry^ valoable. , y^tkax that Mr. Wall, the Spaniih Minifter. has pre* tiuei  Memorial for reclaiming tWo Ships th&t were taken, ; ailSf^^eefled, after the Time chat HoUiUties thoutd hare 'llcas'dt^ theonc by fame hjcn of VVar belonging to Admiral .-SonwictVSqaadron, and the latter by the Pandour Prita-cer. . � - ' Wc are informed that fevcrol Regiments of Foot will be . *evie�r*  room. : By the Death of Sir (icorge Downing. Bare a large EAate and the Tiile of Baronet, with a fine Scat at Gamlinghay in Canibridgefliirr, defcends to JaCob Gerrard Downtng, )li >, wa* mirrltd to Mifs Payzant, D4u^terto JaaiM ra)iunt, Efq; of hij Grace the Duke of Bedford'. Office. yeOerday the Reverend Dr. Kraenter, Minider of the Lutheran Church in irinity-Lanc, a Gentleman of con-wmmate Learning, and in every other rcfpc^t a bright OrsHMot to his Fun  Mib Ehjubcih Speller berg, eldtll Daughter of Jjhn Ladolph Spcflcrbert;, Euj; a Lady cndoiv d wtth fuch WOMsptifllmcnts of Mmd, as are the only ccrain Fouo-ffy* *� t�*l and laUing H�ppineb in ioctal Life, and fPncned of a confidrrab.'c Fortune. We hear that Yelle day (being the Ami verfary of his �Wefty's Proclaipauon] a; a Society of the Nciglbourhood fSt Bride's Parifh met at Mr. 'Irptter's, the Role an J wwn in Salilbury-Couit. Fleet Street, it vvas unaj.imoufly ip55? ^ l��"rn Tlanks to the Churchwardens of the fsid for their loyal Behaviour on all Oecaftoni, and PmeUafly for tfadr Care in ordering the Bells to ling liut *%. an tallance cf CVir Duty and Loyali/. Yctcrday Moraing a new burn Infai^t was found dead * *� emuiy II(Mlc m Hair's Coun, Bermondfry-Street ; tiaika of Violence appearing on the Body, diligent P�lPAi� najuti^ aficr the Mother, who is fufp.cctcd of ljr^ei(My were committed to Newgate by Sir jofcph "we/, William Smith and Jahu Lee. two Boys about *} Yean of Age, for sifaulting and violeaily beaiing Mr-fi|!^of HcKton, 00 Tiiefday Nsghi lad. in Chick-Lane, war*, aad rebbjo^ hua of ht* Hfcl, *c. The fame Day wa� committed to Wood-Street Compter, Thomas Pttgh. a Boy of 1 < Veari of Age, (or Healing a Qoantity of Lead out of an empty lloide neat St. Sepal Chre's Church, And the fame Day Johti Stylet, and Jacob Franci*, wete fined twelve Pounds each, for hawking fcmaf Sorts of Goods about the Street, contrary to the AA in that Cafe made and provided. Ovttnhmry^ Jmm 14. On the fecond inflant hi* Grsct the Lord Archbilhop of Cantcrbiiry arrived in his DioCrfe to hold his Primary Vifitaiion, attendcil by the Lord Bilhop of Chichefter, and Dr. Paul, Vicar Gcnctal to (he Archbilbopii His Grace viSted at Sittinebourn, and then proceeded 10 Cantethury, Dover, and Amford; at all whtth Piacc� his Grace entertained the Clergy, the Geivlcmcti of tiie Country, mid the Officers of the Ecelefiaftical Courts, in a handfome Manner. Pijmeutb^ Junt ii. The fifteen Tranfpou* ftill tttnain here. The l^oops bciag now all on board, it is faid wi I fail Tomorrow, or Tuelda^ next, if the Wind proves fatr. Wind is now oo�tmr)r,~bewg WeA-  . Lttigatt^ Jmie^p W^e the poor Citiaens conhn'd for Debtt return oor finccre and h�arty Thanks to oar generous and unknown BcQcfaaor, f^r �^ Gtiioea put into par Begging-Bbx this Afteht'oim |i� wld  the great'lUJief^of a grcafc^(mib�r of poor unhappy DebtOis.   '     ,   " NcKt Sunday Nlrrn-ng nw^erpttai *fll be i>rMcV4 at HWrtfey* in MnJdkiVxr by. tie $�v..Mr. ToU-tiii, |i. A, for the B;n<^t of the Siqd Parilhi th in the MorWugb^ the Rev.Mr.,Aylmer. Vicar of Cai-bervtcU; andtliAiisthc-Afternpoaby.theKev.Mr.Ualfard, Ledarer of the fiime PariOi. WiUiam Battoo. 'nt ^(ockhoir Houfr,: in EfTek^mK Leave to acqaaiflt^theSojbfc|ttiera, and.thi- reti of hi* Prieudt, thai there will bu a Coficart'iiuul Brcakfalbng oli Monday BCKt. aad will, be contiflMot - every Mondny dutuig the Summer Seafoa. ^ Therf'^it alfo Provtfian add Convef nience to efitertmn'a^^'lf uim^�r c^ pcrfons any Day in the Wc�k,  Note, After thi^Caotfft wiUtioi^actng. At Sadkr's WeUn lllie^�f tht* Eveuiag; Mr. Hemikirk, Mrs. Smith, and Mifs Lovvc, will K�ig fe^xral new Song* f with Variety of new Dances by Ml. Harvey, Mr. Vander-fliiys. Mils Baker, Mrs- iiouY.n. and oihris: Sereral new Tricks in Tumbling, by Mr. Doniiai�]uc. Mr. Wi{li�ai*L Mr. Pedro, and Mr Frati fmthr*t Number IL. �wi*th tmtfi,t*t Hf* LONDOSI mi MIDDLESEX tihilhattd � �mta�it rMMl -Mt. tn4l�� wfchin tte I^M^itt �r t*m iM� *r^4�� Cty mJ �<)�nfn ^ atl hU� iMMi Bii XVAftaiiaroM. Stmrrtri Htr.^jJ, f /f.lH. iW �t far tfcc AatWi tmt fiMVf It BiUm%i|m. at t)i� lt �^V, (J*rm is.) I"*HE MoKpHLV Rtvuw.   Ctvlrg an AcoxHit, �ah^k^  tni3al*|li;.y�l.t. c. Ci*tM*� aatwSfic rieiH>� ��a ]. Mr. W�ft-*�e�Vf^|i.*�^ f. tW Itiq^^  t^9^J hy lW.*c. I pAixt4 fm K.  . lUtik Ciiculanon, 4I. i;*. td. Prem    Ind-a Bo.ids 3I. los. � izt. Prcni N liiuiiy Hojfc. London. Ju.ie 14, 174^ or ICE 11 btrtly gtl-in. thut a //.fv liuijrt it f.'uad A W� k ^kfclBSthr �Mttw}Md UJhit in ai t��. w,rt.- .we Hkwrul.    � ~' ^      ,. N�w. TtMir �Mtim>ei �iw k^m tJm PM4r�rtt%:' �itb dthver ibrm ijnj rivi Of-^, im trior ft titir /tttftnttf, *ad thtrdy  f sLar tit Imjrf/t /^Jafimt imt Jifm!^ thl*t..*tJ prev*^ thtir hiimg nt^r'ud iaft tht Bietlipfvr ^aui fii^^ftur./ lilt Trtafiatr tfttt'Sav^, fBjfr**^ "f'.tk^^Mfr ut th* Alj-tT-O^r. Miff      1749. Navy Ofice, Ji^ii T V>9 . - - r   > wf/.Vj�4' /* tit O^iitrt tf HrJsiJ Taiiiit tiirfr(^T .HI LONDON .      i - n./i It htU It ti* Htfiittd im St^mmf, f,
                            

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