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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 17, 1749, London, Middlesex                                A *� -fi V 'The Dai SATURIdXy,  June 17.   1749. Wind N. W. Dm/, 15 AtL'U, the Diipatch Stoop of War �o the Wcftwaru. Came down and fai?'�l, the Briflget, Power, for Oporto J the Ruhy, Mauger, for Leghorn; the Doiilton, Stamper, fdr Malaga ; and (he Bows, Hunter, for Liverpool, ArrivM, the Betty and Peggy, Wedland, from Denia ; the Ceph�!nni�, Drake, from L~i-with the Rol's Blake,  from  Denia. Count dc FincWenftein be recalled from the Court otFrnncf^ and Mr. Valori return, as it is given out he will, toPurh, and another Prench Miniller go to Berlin to fuppfy hu Place, one may, without much pjfliciilty, give Credit to the following l..ettcr. Am ExtmS  ?tr^/fri-but-� h've been rdferved in order to be adjufted in an amicable  Ways but Ukewifc the Marriaee of Prince Charln of Ler-  rain with Madam fiJIoria of f'rmce.   There is, we are  to'd^ likewifea kind of Alliance upon the Tapis between  the Houfes of Jt(flria and Bourhen, which, if it be brought  to Maturity, Franct will be obliged to remain neuter, ' whiUt the Court of Vienna will endeavour to force the � King of Pru�ia to quit Silrfta.    Indeed certain Circum-  fiances fcem to prove what is here advanced ; for Letten � have been received here, which fay, that a Mifundcr-  ftandtng which happened bttween the Courts of Berlin  and Vtrfaillfi, was the fole Rcafon that prevented,  or at � lead retarded, the Flame ot War from breaking out with  its utmoil Force in the Horthtm Ounma,  and that the  only ObllacJe which the KmgoiPrujfi bt^^ila''kis^-M�*& tif Mt. Gray, |hcrw'd. WtbeO'that tlic Univerfity of St. Andrew in Scotland liuconfltrred the Deeree of a DoOor of Divinity upon the Rev. Mr. David Innings, Ika eminent DiiTenting MiniAer in Lpodon ; an Honour they beftow upon none but fuch s are well rocemmonded i for that learned Body value (hcmfeivea a> being the firft Univerfity in Scotland. Mr. John Weft, the Tongue-Man without Bilhopfgate, tbat died a few Days fince, hat left loool. to be difpos'd of for charitable Ufes. On Thurfday Richard Nafti, Efq; arriv'd in Town from Bath, in his Way to Tunbridge-Weils. Upwards of thirty Muficians from theOpera-Houfe are cagag'd to go to Cambridge to perform at the Inflallacion of his Grace the Duke of Newcaftle, Chancellor of that Univerfity. At Walcham Abbey, in Eflcx, there is now in Bloom, nd will continue fo fix Weeks, a Tulip Tree, which meafurcs ninePect about, end is fixty I'cet hi^i : it was never known to be fo full before, or the ll')wcr8 fo large. And Ambrofc Sewcll, at the Cock, hereby acquaints all Gentlemen Anglers, that he now rent) a Wiittr two Miles below and two Miles above the Town, whcie ihcy are welcome to angle. Tomorrow the Right Hon. Sir William Caheri, Knt. Lord Mayor, will go to the Church of the united Parilhes of Alhallows the Great and Lcfs in Thanies-Sircct, when the new Organ, built by Mr. Jordan, will be opeird by Mr. Boyce. on which Occafion two Sermons wi^l be prcach'd lor tlid Benefit of the Charity Children belonging to Dowgate Ward i that in the Morning by the Kev. Mr. King, CliapISin to the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor J and that in the Afternoon bv the Rev Dr. Samuel Nicholls. Chaplain in Ordinary to his Majelly. Tomorrow Morbine there will be a Charity Sermon eeachd at the Pari/h Uiuich of St. Botolph Aldgate, ' the Rev. Dr. Simpfon. Reaor of St. Georee Mid--4kfex, forthe Benefit ol thcCharihr Children ol St. Bo-lolph Aldgate. Middlcfex. The fame Morning two Sermons will be preach'd at Hornfey in Middlcfex, by the Rev. Mr. Towers, M A. tot iheBenchtof the Society Children frequenting St.Ethelburga. The fame Morning a Charity Sermon will be prcach'd in ihePariJh Church of St. Clement Eaftcheap ia Cannon-Street, by the Rev. Mr. Barber, for the Beneht ol too poor Children belonging to the Wards of Bridge and Candle-wick. Tomorrow two Sermons will be preachd at St. Leonard io Shorcduch, for the Benefit of lOO poor Children j thit in the Morning by the Rev. Mr Lcwij, of St. Jolm at Hackney ; and iliat in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Shackletcn, t:haplain of the Haberdalhcis Hofpital at Hoxton The fame ay two Sermons will be preach'd in Knightf-bridge Chapel, for the Bcnclii cf twenty Boya i4nd ten t'irts ;  tliat in the Morning by the Rev. Mr. Dtlagariltr. i*H\ot  of Markticld in Lcictfteiilure,   anJ Donu-llitk l.;in to the Right Hon. ihc 1 ord b!ant)fc, and ihat '       .Akernoon by the Rtv Mr I rli^tfc, Rtiloj oJ Wcjdon-  -     . L'liiA, and (-ha|ii,u.-. of H'^i'i^u-. The Entertainmeati of Caper*a Ghtim will coMtove this and every Bvenikg dttritig Uie SvwHiet JNilbftt the Walks will be beautifuHy inuminatcd wkJi tkmp Trees in a grand Tafte. difpofcj in pro^ Order, ��i to coaclodc with beautiful Pireworkl refembVmg ttw Kof) oiict i� the Green Park. The Fireworks are eftetmed by grntNenbers of Gentlemen and Ladivs of DiillnAton :u� beft ever exhibited in Publick. , Great Care wilt be t^*;eB to keep out Perfons of ill Repute. ^""^ William Barton, of kutkhoU Houfe. in ESkx. bew Leave to acquaint theSubferibrrs, and thereftof l^Kticnd*. that there wiTl be a Concert and Breakfafting on Monday next, and will be coutinued cveiy Mondaf living the Summer Seafon. Tbere i� aUo f jrovifo* aw Convenience to enteruin any Number of t*�rfon� any tHf in (&* Week.   Note, After tb�^^nccrt will be Daacii^ At the Nciv Wells in Ud|dffi(|n'i Fltfdt, this^vening. will be feverat new PcrfoimtKti by Monf. Tnttfey f*"T Venice. To which will |^ addcl. (vitrA S�tiMi N Gra-tefque Figures never p^Uvrtii'd-before. caH'4 WUtfiis Holidays. The whole >ii^�� �t is foon to be taken down, takes this OppQrju>nity oif acquaiatine dM QgvJity, G^Jitry, endothers, tl-j|I^Ho,JlHnU lf*vir it on Thttif'biy mcm. and returna his mo4l hearty Thanks fur paft. and taopcs the Continuance of their future FavOurs. Portable Soup, or folid Broth, ufcful on Joumejs. ov at Sea, or for the more ready making Gravy Sauce; !n Cakes of � proper ftze to make one Mefs each, in Quantity three or four Gills. This ufeful Commodity will never fpbil, if kept dry, and is diffolv'd in a few Minutes in boiling Water. There are alfo fome of Veal and Fowls, fome of Fowls only, and fomg of Mutton. Price 6 d. each, or 5 s. a Dozen, in e Tin Box, for Cont'cniency of Carriage, and to keep them dry at Sea. Sold by Eliz. Da Bois, at the Golden Head in Prujean-Court in the Great Old Baily. ~Yefterday Bank Stock was 136. India Stock, 187 a I half. South Sea Stock 1113 4ths a 114 1 half. Ditto Old Annuities, 10.$ a 1 4tn. Ditto New 10; 3 4ths. Bank Annuities 1746. 10; a 1 8th. Ditto 1747, 104 a I half. Ditto Lottery 1/47, 'o; 1 4th a  half. Bank Anniiiiies 1748. 104 1 8th a ; Sths. Ditto 1749, 1C4 I Sth a c H^hs. Three per Cent. Annuities 99 1 half a 7 Sth.". Million Bank, no Pri.ce. Equivalent, no rric*. huyal AfTurance, 78. London Aifurance. no Price. Krglilh Copper jl. Seveo per Cent. Emperor's Loan. 141. Five per Cent, ditto, 78 3 Sihs. B.tnk Circulation. 4I   17s 6d. Prem    Ind-a Bonds 3I. 14s. a 16s. Prcm Tfjti Day are publijh'd^ (Pru^ ijj ONS1 Db.R A r 10NS upon tie White Vy Hmin| �o>l Cod Filheriri. In wkich lh� I>rli(n oi cutjuif on BnJimpfovin^ them in tita M�nn�r otofn'A \>j � S^vety mJing wnb � Jumt Stork, 19 luUx rijiU'wcd, ipd fietJ fiom all Ob)t�t>on(. J'linttd for M. t.'ooptr, at th� Globe m r^icf-ouitc/ Row; aoJ UU by tJw BeokfcUcfS ut London      Wtftir.infl^r._ WbiTD<^y ispHbli]h*d^ (True 1 /. ud.) Handjtmtli prtnttd, HMitb a Prt/af oibcr unpa*l Rirw^ of :he HeraJd't ^^IH .e, tbc Ki(ht ui c*tii i\f foa trfprttiveiy mtj It Suuid. Bl ]0hs WaK�LBTOM. am Stmtrht ILrmiJ^ F H V. tSiii ed for the Author} and M4b]f K. lUUwiu jaa. �t ^hc Roft io Pa(ef- nofter- Ra* j ��i �ll plh�r Bcohtelltu._ Ibis   Pay  IS fut>i:J6'd^ 4 NfW EditliiU, in Fuur y�lum>i,  (Pme Jer.t'i la Urn, Pufer %0). 6/  tr benmd ill ) �/ THE Hiftory of TOM JONES, a FuuiulUnt. Bj    HENRV    FIELD!.^G,    A/,; M^u   lltntnum   mhttu�m   xiJ>t. Ptiritcd for A. MilUr, Oipoflte Kathen.* S'crtl io tbe Sti�sJ tt'bif   msj  it   kuJ, I. The fame WorH in6�ol. lama. en � \ttt*t U irr. ti bound igi I. Miice Udi��, by Hrni* f((Ui�|, Ef�ii ) J. ��o   k*i bourW     , y The KiAor> or Jofspb Andiewi, Kui       Irtc-Hl air. Ab4�tum Aa4in>, by Mi. FicUiof^.   Price bwalii. 4. The Advcfiiorct ol iTavid Si(ut>|(, * tol.   PoctC. 5-  Finuiijf Letter* between tJ.e pripci,'^] Chj/a^len to l>j*iJ S t f'c. anj (mhiC b'txr), a �ol. 8vo. Ptcc 10*. 6, Tf.e Ou�ciiicl$ f or, remile Aodemr    l*i < j �. 1UU\ thru b|,i iUlti ot the Ai.::..! .J ii- J Thij D:y ii p!iii'i/h% (Price is,) rflE MdNTHLt ,Uevje\v.   Giving m AteMat, wtiK l^tnH A&frtAt, o( �V� n�w {ttto)e�, l^^wfltittli �xuj �vtia� eW.   ikt K'�*H4���iWStnf�     Hc'rr� Ptin. J. Mf, Wj�n.�tw-**��i,tm�W, �, the ncjirye. a tnfitf, ky" (^^fNW.�',�K levttaittiMr^   i(m Aoihoe He tawdortnf the�,H�fiiHl tVtftwin fl>at� lyJteW|IIIW �lmt*aiWarlnt H� ImiMfe. in� yiv<^i^\t\m^^,V M rAr> At:mnN �emJ^f'tdfimUhtt-. ejemmim^J emd f^i'd tt eittw the fatm^ thttt ihfjf dtjSmtu,^ Jeuvertitm iH� tlif Qjftf, iit trd.t f ^ theh' A(rtmtH'"md titrthdt^itelmfr^tji^i^g inU eigaiitjl ttntkimt^Jf^Itt th^Jnm t^iffvdlim E-ttiefUf ttMdfr^fi#^4^''i^^mli^' 'ti.ifetlm^UkietKdfmhftrJ^iHj^eft^'tmf^S^^^ By the ^I'finciwil 'O^ccts ind CjimmiOiofifet . ol his Mw�fty*i�.' Navy. mXEAS diwr$ Pifltxt W tmd S�$i ^^H^ a�a$iiftli*mi tL/e etrenergivt Sstiet t9 ail Petfiuf lahtt hitv$ &iif Aftmj imfrefieitt tittH fr^m ttiiCMiee �r d>tnim Bilh, and btnje mt dfltvertdin ihiir AfftitHli aied f^eiUJlitrtjft ht ex-ammd end f/iffid i� tltar ibt JaWt that thef da fifUmitb de^'i:r tbtM imta this Off.ce in vrdcr to faft tl'tir Aitittnti, a�dtb*rtij eLvr the Imfefti /iamttm^ nt agtiiti/i t^eM, and fTi-veml titir heittg retttrmnl int* the hxthtriMtr and frcftfuted at atberutji ttty n>' OJ.if, /. Pt.r.14. -f ifiJ ttirn. Ltd f{\irl in Liti  in hn M,;Jiji VarJ.'It tt'i/J'ji,!i>i, \^iir: any Peifoni ikIm lUt uH-t� Iv l'=.nt.;i/in t.,:ij ^-Jr.f (If L'bu    if -vifMinf^ th,,n ,if ivy lime in tht itC/-.'/ iUfn oj th: fid I ,.id nil the O.-y af S./..    4iad cj �J b,f^.pt "f *i I- fee Ctnt. or in /^rtftniin iher.la, li /a h/ mMie bj the Ptr/fni ii.hi fiall furchnji iIk' fid l^i   ail P,Tj�ni uijjh .11 tilten.ltf>, JuidS,Je ure ta        ^V�-i.T^ th,rtef. eiad^c0in, fr^r^dfur that Purpip ; ioid^unifl th' � i/^j, t ,'2 furileiJ'eJjh.ut he putd for and ittken Mvay nt lU E/td of fvrty Djyt after the Dnj     SJ/e,- the Dipiff fjuU he ferftte.l, and L<9nu tit Fnftrtjf of tU GtMi. n. VJCTUALLiNG-OfFICE, lune m. 17^9. OmimifiitiT. fvr yuiiialiiiig >n M'j'j'-j / Zhpt ,tudl\�dt ly-ltl Prexi^u.t. tii noj t^*>ib nt A'. .'�-o^;.!/!,/, u^d k- in %i.tiiU tit '.if. Tie Ccndtinnt 
                            

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