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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 19, 1749, London, Middlesex                                M O N D A^,   J'^Nfe '74^^ RRtV�D the Dolpbirt,   Knight, from and remutirt with the DoKh India Ship ; tht Bcttjr and Pejjgjr, Wcflade, ffx>m Dcitia, who fp*e ith C�Pt. D��U from Pobl for Newrountfnind; the oth inft. WMd S. S. W. bloArs harJ. Since our laft arrived a Mail , from HoLtAKO. ' Afr^jlS*^ 3^**^ 3- Tht Flce^ at Crbnftatii is intirdy v^jtX W Ike 'fitte of failmg i* not jet fixed.    It ii : North, I A*t  OM���Sf$ win foeedllv be held in the N( � RJb!ti�^    TnoqoUitjr of that Part of th* World. Mi^*6, W� have jaftreceivd Advice by an S^a^h^Bi Ca^^aot � Fife.hfcving broke oot oh the tXcTba MoBxli i� one oftlie Sab�rb� of that City. ifdku. _--------- ialadUaMi hf the Tami^ tlie Flame* fpread with fuch TitiScic^ � i ftort Tiate liMde foch Progreft. that ail w^,tM lM lite tvl^ City Wid Suburbs �Mi�Aab^ to iUbe^iafiN^ � W|^Hiw|^ ��i(ic'Mi�. \?3>fiRu-Ga|iittl�r'iiir)�hia^ i�4 li^ CKf, mni At Key vr^tote to the CdauWl of ibt^iiif Tine, has the Metabertudf the PoUce,{tf iniadletMrl^tioa to prewciit Ascl�dcd between Mr. Keeto and theMtmftcrs �riii Qcdaolkk Majc^)'. which has been tranftnitted bv 9 GoadertoLosdov. f�ir his Briunnick MajcRy^s Approha* tiaa. An dbe acodSaiy DiiDoruioos. vc ihaking_ for pui-caqi oiEaKadQii. mihout Delay, the grand Enterprize l^lfKaft'llwAlgeziBCs.   AgreaiQnantitypf Tents have al-�cMlybeea km to Oiaa. for the Body of Troops afl'embted cbeii^ ~w�kk confifU of between la and ie;Ooo Men. Hat&awi foot. We flull Ii^ii on the Sea Side with the �kigiiipp I' |if^'cftcnajsa�xcn of the Depatation of Health at Rome ukttowa. ^Si^ae, Jlfj 51. 'Tis juftnow reported that our Galleys Its!^bi4 a brsik Engagement with the Barb;M'y pirates which tbey ��eot ia Poifuit of..and ti^en fomeof them. fiaasa, 11. An Edict has been publifhM here, cc^aiag, ihat for the futare, Dtferters ftall not be , {ieia&''4 �itti Dca:h, bji ihall ^ condemned to wock their mhe&t Litv ml the h'ortihcauods of. ftrong Places, and �sibeT ��!i�.�k ^'crks. Conventi aod all private Perfon* aw Ib^siddcn, ficidcr frvcre Penalties, from harhour^fig or Fn�.�6nig unern. ItV affared. that in � fltort "timtt vhrr Bdi& will appear, for feppreffiag of I..DXury, and by diat S^cau Sbe Rflin of many Families. Two (light Earth-qsL&gs b�ve lately beea felt her�^ bat ha,re done no Damage. UmJwt^ Jtast *o. Thm ore not only fome Apart-Btenis fMiwidcd for Marfha! Saj^e in the Ele(lorai Palace at Dtciks. bat� 6ae Hotel is prepared for him and his At- iH�a�wr, Jfum zo. Tliis Year every Colonel will review In owe Ri^tSM�t. bat the next his Majetly is expcdled kac 10  Treaty to fuccoar ihcm io eak- &{ Need. f Wiirtlic^h awolntetl one of the GiiDdetnch IJIh^ nM X^JiBrterly "Waiters in'Ordinary -FlMi)ei�'Vounc�';� i�ittaft ^efti Efin Is hppoim^d Serjeaitt of all hi* MajeftyS Caniji^n;i>8ndt)yet the Ycobeuf of tke Cariiagcf, and yeoroeo Riders,    ^ ' ^ Tlte Lady NoRit� Ririift of Sir John: Karris, lica at the Point of Death; being givicitoVcr by the Phyjiciaiis. ,Laft Week the l*4y Carolji** P^�fliart� tya� iafcly de-Uven�l of a JD^aughter, at his LtkrQi(bip't.Houfe in Soitth-Au^leV Street.      ^ -   . ,W>ftiatn Blaekftoie, fi^^^^ �� niiafiHlly ehoifen Recqriler of WaUingford,' Berks, in the rooinol Mr. Richmond, wWhai resigned. Qn Saturday in the 'AjfternocMB fend, Vefler^y gr�vt Daniago was done to fev^M8�ins in the Rivet bythje high-Wind:        / ^�-�^M*'f-    : ��  ...: On' Saturday a Brentford ^(iF^^ti^^^**^*^*!?^ comiag 4own the River with i$)Ml.rtim i^f^itilii^^^ Piei�i �f the new Bridffi �t Wcfkmihfteir, attd dVeriilt, b�tt feveral Boats pHttingoff. fav*d with �>iffitfiil^ all the Faf-' (etjg�!r�. ,      .________ 0�,JRiidaydiedjHta'�i� todglags in'Fi^ Thomas Butler. Efqilatc a Captain in Colonel FraaerVRcgiment of Marines, lately arriv'd from the Weft-fnditf. The Tfoftccs Qf thevlnfirmaiy in janeS'SjRftet. Weft-minfler, lately� Tecqv*4 from Mrs..id;titia Watiiig. the Executrix of Mrs.n Mary Rca, cieceiui'dt 1801. 134. beiiig a Moiety of the Refidue of her -Bilatef after l^ayrakftt her i>eh(i' and v^egaciei, parfuant to the Wfll of the Tettattix.   . '     :  '. ; On Thurfday two Fellows, one nwn'd Xooldfon, wrre taken at h Tfoufe near Bow/ on;the.Infouifi^tiwn of one of_ their A^compriccs, cltarg'd with dlvera ftouLcries on the Highway.  TiieGat*g they beiongldjo ii fa�d to confilt of fifteen, ,inoft  a Gentleman f rofling the. ;Roai):at sheEtidof^UteiippeiiJi/loarticlaA, .wastlirowpJown �t the Shop qf the Proprietor, johit Sir|e, Eswrat^. in Sp. Paul's Churc.h-Yard, foif ��. fed. the Set. fhsre* Set t IS. 6d. etiually cotreA �ritH the above, acd mncXfttPC' rtor to thofe let forth by the Scale Seikti at tod. whidi wiU appear immediately to thofe who hAv�� wnwartSy par-chas'd thcitt, and wilt do themfelrcs and me the juaica make the C'omparifon. B   A   N   K   R   O   P  T  8'       ' Tiiomas Roberfon, of Coleman-StreetJ Quptntrr. John Waiter late of CatUe-Carry m Somnfctduar, Sergemake^. High Water at Loodon'Biidge this Day cr | Msnoita after a in the Mor�ii>'g, >ad 30 after a in the AtpttniBoa. * Sanrrday Bsnk Stlick �a�~Vj6 a % 4th. InSia Siaelt^ 187. $aatK Sea Steck; BO Piter. r>ino Old .Aonttiiiw, toy I half. Ditto New ic6 1 4th."' Bit;k .Aumuitka \^^6, 165 7 Sths  3 4ths. Ditto ST47, IC4 ji 4th�. Ditto Lottery 1747. 105 j 4d�4�7 8ttt�. Riunk Annot* tics 1749. 104 3 4th�.  Ditto �7J9. iC4 3'ath�.  Thfc* Afr ^Plriee.  Ca^ifti Copper tJ.   Serenpcr Cmti. fAjtefov^i'LOath �4i. ^Fire prr CeiatV dino; Jioiids,-^!..:^ t^. Ptetn. -y'r � _ ^- � ' Piiti Shtfffiiw, � ASic efore, cali*d 'Whiifi^n IJgUday^." 'i'he w|>ole to, fontlude with the Triumphs oi Pciice. .niitannia, Mt>. Mil�s ; Mars.' Mtp .M  j To prevent'impo&tipns by'diiiunifh'd and� coanterr(,it Money, (here ara made ten ufcful 'and curious Weights for the following Pieces, via. a Guinea, a Half-Guinea, a Three-1*011 ncTTwelve, a Thirty-Six-Shilimg, ai� Eighteen-ShiUJtig. a Nlnc-Shilling, a Four,-Sbilling-and-8iXTPiy!  to weivh, ���d on the other the Value, fo that they are nor InWe to ,Ltt niidook i!l uflng. To be Itad at Mr. Sheepcy't. 4t ll' oik-ilc^ bouthwark, Bookfcilcrsj Mr. Pinchbeck's, ftcinv thcfliy-Maxkcti Mr, KirkV, ntxc Norntumbcrlind-lfuufc, p  RdttliiNdt^; a� Pt� >w yylbeM, tl>�.t��a^^ rifS Day is (Prke is,)  t thtFir/mmmitrtf * Aiw f��,Stm�, Kotr, The S�mii4 K��(>v is teO* IVr6. ��l�iS U M�fli*il m rkt tft of toty I a�t thi PttUwiiwa sMO \tt nt4t*t�r CMittaaieomxht tuft Psy ^,wqy Moitth.. _     t fBtsJ>fi^ispuhBJb% (Pri(?i4.6M:r . T GNDO^r and mttmlKSEX by atraesa4�{� ai^;lttSJ^ On Saiui'^yt Jeg^^     mil U 'pmi^% .     Na I. ff Ar �tM.'ii0'Jl ^^>f�dtfy}     '  ; A New and ttiJi Critkal�, Bi gr�phic*t m\ iTlL OMimpl^Hiftasyoi SCOtLAKtPf (Ml�3�4�r71t�iti�M� .fiRUVK ��� the prtWdS Tf�*f ] igiA ;isB|if>i�(* A *h:M-fseit Uiofl irnnrk�b.E \V,�t��i�n(i-,.n�s i .�4,to'Ur. Urittikf, im New ft>n>'$rr^t; Mr. TiMisfui. Psfae,jb ltna�i-C�vrC in the HuuMt. Bauk&nn�i (�t�Mt�;0 PfT^ liKtt hsJ Stmt af M�fff t/ Bxfh^U 'V^Htb Aaw yjBfrf        -eimTf/^ m Afr-.yh ugaii^t/lmti "� *� i*** Kjttrt U mJlViLt^m'ithtUn.-* bud amf Mif�f imt*tfidl*t ibtm fkmm situ Ojh*. mr .^iiaur jfif/X'j, txamim^ti �W ft^'Jt* Jtar tht fmm^ ikat tkffdt fimffyiittb dt/kfir /Aw >�to tiat � �n*r /* fs^ tkJr^AemwH, and tiMTth^ titur tbt tm^p�Pim�m^g tmt ^igait^ tUim, t�d frt^uKt /JUir htiig r^tvmfdlatf.tkt.Bjt*tid mmd tiun^^d ta igf-r^h !'�/; tL.Tt ;  ItK/x       /i �.i.f S^Ujf Utdi PjnySSJ i'.n.l Li^^tr Mj� J f^fij'^ tifi^tmjki'm iNtOj^it utjit.-t^t: Bl.'j, iji.iKtJ ..' I /.../�."/# 
                            

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