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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 23, 1749, London, Middlesex                                lie Daily Adveftifer. K R ! D A Y,   Jvvt ij.   , 49 ihc Maiiida. li'.i- k vVtil. igr I tt- r. . aTt>i rcm.Th,          tfvc Ai'.ib''"�'iu, i .;�r) of VV.ir, nt i\ DotiliPlcdiaman A i\i;inf>l U .u 1-..rrivfii, 4tKtUilc\l .hr.oj;h     VVt ,1 W. b; N. r-r/J-r r*" Cr.iT/ �r AmUcrdam,  Ihc L orplonitntJ'y cpn^ni:, which � to be held �t  Cer:anit, is tt isiiui. upon ihe PcHnt of being opcoed.  It >vill be conipofed onl) of t ic M'nifttrsof the Eaiprcf*  Queen, the Repoblick ot iicnea, the DuWc of filtJt^u ' the Infint Duke of P^rma, dnd the King ff Sar^t�:a ;  andftotbing will b' trcatcti    jt this Cbngr.'fs, l^i luck  ot the Aflairs. of ftc/y which were not abf'^lutcly detrr-  mined at yf/x lu-Cktiftlh anaAV�, and whicii paniculartj-  rdaie to the rendciing the lemtories of the rtipcAire  Powers above-mentioned more conipaA, by nuking tnu-  tual iixtiiangcs, 5tc.    Tins however may be depended  on, th't every thing that has been givea ont conicming  the Imperial Cmn parting with either tbe itf/Aan^ft or ~  the Orard Dutchy of TufiMj; is abfolutely falCe.  DO  fuch Thing ever being thought of at Fitwta. ' The grand Kircworlcs at the Haptt, for fotne Time  before they were exhibited, were ncitonly mn Inpcdiinent  to Bufinels in general, but prevented the CoundU from  meeting fo frequently as ufual.   They have now again  begun to ilt regularly, and it is tho ghr, that fome new ' Regulations in the Miniftry of the Prinee Stadthcldcr,  will foon ihew tbemiclvcs.   In Uiemna I inc Mr. Styn,  a very worthy Magidrate Of Uarh�, who has  larg^  Forfune, lias been chofen by �hc State* of Boii^ to do,  pte iitfiiim, the Fundions of the Counfcllpr Penfion-ary, which Poll will fcarce ever be of tfae Ciniclmpon-ance as in the Time of the bte PeBrtonartcs� to whom foreign Courts and their Miniftcrs addrcfird therafelves. as to the Prime Minilter of the Repoblick. whicn has been the cftabliOied Ufage ever fince the Dcuh of ^tag ffWam 111. becaufe at prefent. as there js a StWthbMcr General of the Union, it is his Serene Highneft wbo is  in Reality the Prime Miniilcr of :he RepubSick, before  whom foreign Affairs ought to be immediately bro�ght.  It is allured, that the Prince Sudtholder has chofen the  Count de Diepenbroek G:oenfwald. Counfclior in foreign � Affairs, which Choice is applauded by every Body, � feeing this Lord is not only exceedingly aflbble and Oivfy < of Accefs, but has in other Refpeds much Merit, great  UnderiUnding,   and extraordinary Talents at Ncgo-  c;ation.' LONDON Ycftcrday was held a Chapter of the Garter at Kea&rgton, when his Mnjcfly difpos'd of the fix vacant Ciancrr. tve bear, aj follow, viz.. to Prince George, Prince of Anfpach, the Duke of Leeds, the baris of Albemarle. <�i�BvaJJab and Gowcr. YcUerday came Advice, that the Liverpool Man of W*r from i.ilbun, arriv'd in the Downs on Fuefday Night lafL Tncy write from Jamaica, that upwards of twenty lificrchant Ships were laden, . iiiy. to Madem. Violetta. a Very juitJy (.elcbiaced 1 rcnih Lady, with a Fortiuc of icorol \Vc hear that the following Gentlemen, nominated bj llie late Lord Mayor lor Sheriffs, via. William Alexander, 1 allow-Chandler. John W a limber.  Painter-:>tainer, William Hamond, Draper, Robert Sumner, Frame-Work-Knitter, Thomas Chitty, Salter, Not having paid their Fines, or been otberways difi:harged lri>m the (aid Office, according to a late AAof Common-Council, will Tomorrow be put in Nomination at the Cuinmon Hall, Mr. George Hyde i^ appointed a Capuin in Col. Murray's Rigiinent of Foot, in the room of Joliph Ball. Elqj preferrtd. Anu Mr. Richard Robinfon is appointed a Lieutenant in tilt faiu Regiment, in the room ol Mr. Morrtce Clup-msn, rtfigmd. A pri.,t Numbrr of Caufrs have b^en iticd thii Term in Wt-itu.i,.iter.Mall, between Sea�aring O&ccrs and Satlars. for the Ivrmei liavini'. hcit and abus'J the latter, fon^ of which h..v  obaiatl copfiJerable Vcnlids for the Csme- YdUrJ.y the Bculy of a Man. fof>p��'4 to be ab-..uii I-oM/. ntd v^.y i.uii-ti br ii'd, was found drown'd in the New River Rearvo r, i.c i D�bney's. He W�� carried to ClerkcnwcU Church Y.irJ, in  cl, duriiii> tne Fiic, a�J was com-nmieti to Prifon for hx. minauon. Thi Advertifemeni inltr.ed in thi� Paper the ^-rh inflant, f^r the Ofhccrs and Seamen ihat had Llaiizu on ^hcGcaca Liict^tb taken in tiie Year 17,;, to meet at me Dun Cow �t KciiAngion, wii witnoiii the Confcnt ot knowledge of the Mai'ur of the laid Hoafe, nor wa^ any Pci;:e Money, &c. to be paid, nor ii any future Meeting to be held tbcxc us aicntioo'd in that Advertiiesient. On Sunday Morning tiexc the Kev Mr John Moore, lecti^rcrof St. Bariholtnnew the left, will preach at the Parifl; Church of St Mary le St rand, to recommend the I'llucatitia of the Charity Chil .lcnjing 10 ihai PaiUb. The Ch�riiy Sermon which was to h*ve been preach'd S:ndiy Morring at Hornt'ey in Mi;1dlefex, was on .c� u:n cf the ad ,rf� of the Weather, deferr'd till next .�>jr.tiay, when the Rev. Mr. Towers, M. .A. will preach lire Morning, frt the Benefit of the Society Childrea fit^'Tutnting St. Eihtlijarga. ."undiy tw j Scrniv�ns will � oa by the Rev. Leonard Honard. D. D. Lcihirer ol Ss am Magnus the Martvr, near I ond n nnd^,  and Chaplai to Im Royal H.ghhcfi the Prince of Wales. Or tl? i^stt Dii^ffeintrvKt,   ttr^' tl\ imlt*Ail V. rfcrmnmt  rf the ANDRI/t fo'^otTww. QUoih the dyVtr to PwrJf, when he found the Doors (hut, A � Ah! wnat a tla'K-tn^ h thi.�. Brother        � � f \Vncn the Puppet reply'd.* in a primitive Tone, I k.-c �. Sir, before, "iwas a Jig on the Town. B^tthotd ye; my Fnends for you'll find, fure enough, Tt�r ArJHa is neither a Bett/t nor Pm(f: tm P4a> IS rctttra*d to recover his Bacon; So fee h->w poor Wits may fomc.-imes be minakcn. The refpeAive Sabfcribers to the four Perfpe�Mire Views of Whitehall, on great Double E'cphant Paper. ,vi;i. tbc North, Sainb. Eatt and Weft iSide. according to the Plans of Inigo Jones, who have not yet received the third Sheet, and arc not in Town, are humbly deiir'd to give Orders to one of their ComaiiEoners or Servants to take i>^ the aforc-f4id Sheet; and alfo thofe Subfcnbers who have changed their Lodging . wii be pleafed to give Notice in a Line to the i'rupricior. at~St. Lok^i's Head ni Denmaik-Sirvct, ttt. Gtlesli. where the wanting Sheet is to be deliver'd ; as th� fourth and laft Sheet wiu be eiecu.cd in the bcil Manner in three Weeks time. After the fourth Sn*c: i� finifh'd uo Snbfcriptioas will be taken in : arid as the Number of Sobfctiben has not beeafufficicnt for cxoruiinc. ihi> vVork, the PrOpriewr, after three Weeks time, cacn t fell the Prinu to Noa-Subferibers for lefs than n G mra apiece , Each Subfcnber is alfo welcome to chang - recciv'd . Sheets for fo^t or black printed ones, provn'cd they arc net I fpoil'd. AtSsdfcr*iWdls.iaington,thitEveniRg. 'r. HcmHii k, Mrs. Smith, and Mifs Lowe, will ling ft ver^l new Sonf \ ; with Varte'y of new Dances by Mr. Harvey, Mr. Vander-flays, Mifs Baker. Mrs. Hough, and others. Scrvcxal new Tricks in Tumbling^ by Mr. Dominique. Mr Williain*. Mr. Pedro, and Mr. Frances. The who<� to conclude wi-h Scipio .Criicaaus or Harlequin Grand Volgi. F..Kh Pcrfon to he admi'icd for a Pint of Wine or Punch. At tlie New Wells in Goodman's Field?, li.n F.vrning, wil! be (everal new Performances by Monf. Tartfejf from Venice. To wha:h will be added, fevcral S.cnc* in Gro-tefiii-<'i.o Trice. Mdlion Bank, no Pncc. Equivalent, no frit-e. Ro al Affuraocc. 7$. London AirurAiicc, uo Price. FngUfh Copper {1. Seven per Cetii fioiperor's Loan, no Puce. Five per Cent, ditto. 78 1 4'h. Bank Circulation. 4I. 17.*. 6d. Prem.    Ind-a Bonds 3I. izs. a 1 is. a ijs   Prcm. ~ Qa SatMrd^.y, ^^ujf^^ will blTffubltjh'd, A Ncur ^' d (ml Crtctcai. UiisKmphtcat and t\ CmmAMI *��*W SCOTLAND | ��itM�m. Tht fr sU kc nlKcii. d.f(nai�ii    atl Paity Ar�i< ft�aa4 DV< . >bt AadMt ktt^    Ew�y     alt rHiy �r /aaien, aMli�i9M�*Miwi�Mi*W�iisaiMy rMn� The HMat ^^uA^m ^ �t�t n ?nc-ws�s tMs Wstk H Ki^ 1 irinnRW^wmas t>ia�. tm ReoMf-C urs eftiM Wtary filaui hahnih, '4 mm Wf�|i. i0i Ike Spcriaira This   Bay  it pkbUfi)*d^ /�   $�^� /V^� I,   (Pi ?t tf, n. C> t. .\ H t S S /\ : 4*v, rm Hirtpry of X Yowng J Iji'Y, t\Mnff�Ktn(l=i�**M(! m ff tai|Ktii�N' tftr^ttmar I.O.   A�v9 filt'xnitllt l)M�l�, tll� t>.ftrtir�  that IM|4ptn4 tlW M (cwJmA Wirti nf k*Meni� m4 Cliii>t.*n in Rtl*if�ii W Mat �|t*k T . ihi< E4 n >'fnf\�tf, � 1'sKte rf C nt�.i(�) Mi^-rtl n I Mb I* pan; aut th� M n4v� '  p t c'|wi l>�vf  nf ^�>i)tf� AmiIi n� what it> �\t>n, snd �tin l� iraiHN, ill a Wotti ihst n �(.-nM� bitVr itw     tt ol Ml Amjitmini, I* the h ah>   aal iMsi myoKMf fHntti (ft n St I'oii'i V |iurth.V�l | tni].i.ttUt, 4t Btih, Note, TH Tjh!� of Coaitau Nuiy Ic luM finild. t�� Join with ike Cu^ Fdil v\.   Pi t� wi. ^ i      i 11 To the vroirttiy Livorymcn ofthe Cicy of*Lsndoit. Gkhti-bmbn. jOmrOf/iS, tIfTBREST mi POLL Y. r�tr ini.''''iT the t.ir.tUturi� " > a# ihcir Cuoui tttrc wo f .>/ Ml. John U^Hf. \k; Vt^i'A  . El,;; Citixcn n>!j MKh.xnt-TcyKry fff hr sill of  iiJ* Sljer[tj's oj thh '(j/jr        Ccmtj if Mt'-'iMfJ> X, fit- thy   W.ir  , By Cuiniiiilli i.ciK   t>r   V idtualung  his Majtlly'.s  Navy. WHFf^E iS th'-n-s /V�;/�w biPvf hud ^uxi ef Mentf > Kt'rjlii lo t)xKi /)� us, and etlni kn jri thim ititu tbii Oj^te, in trdtr to frf$ tMr Atttunttt tut J tl-.ul'i flM tht hnprcjU ft ending out rgnirft tiMn. ta4 fif^fvut tivir tff'ig rfltintea into tht Extlftqvtr tstllfrfftttOtii, its *tttr-wij't tiiiy wiiiU\ cndjuch Pirfotit �! b�\? ftjjti tbiir Attountt .�nr M^rAitf ^ *mrf ilrir frtfwff Bilh r* tkc<0teAfflh Trrafurtr of tic NifVj, t^d foAt uf tltir tmfrtftt.   Otatd at //v CiduJlin^Ojfitr, May 19. <749' By ihc~pniicipal~0(^ccrs aiiu CunimiliiinK-rj  f his MajfUy's Navv. WHEPE/i'S diurrt P.rfi�i i/xy /y/ Spmt Mwn imfnjUd to ibfiH hj 0t, �nd otl\ r, have ifrm> n Si/i-of Exdiiiigt, iitii,!' A/-.-i.f ttiV taid aiki fiiirr^id til Imfr^^t agxiift them; thfft art to gi-V( N)tnt to Ptijjiu ti.b� Inrtv hui 'isy Men J ii:fn-pid to thrm frim thit Ofiti or Jr.mit JiitJt, ai'i'km.- net dfivtndit tbiif At(ounll tind Pouthfrt to ht r\-ti-uii,d and P ,tt ibiy ii� forthnxith d. li ��(�/ them into tl'ii OJfac in oid.r to pitfi tbdr AuMiHli, ami ih.rchy dm the l.":piilti Jlandiin' tut �g>n m>nit their king relumed into //>� A x^yif-r unj frvftufed at atl.'irwifr thty niiJi le, mid fudj Ptifm ui itnn pajjui tbdr A gunli art txberttd lo (iiny their ptrf't!i Bilh lo tht 0�i(i if ll't I itiijurtr of tht NmT, tmd lukt uf ibtir hnfrejli. Piil,\i at i he Nt^'r-OJiee,  Meiy if),   174^.__ Navy Office. Jane o,  1 741) �� I �� //F. Primifal Qfficrri and (jtmmijjiontrt of Iri Al-'J'lh'i Jl NiiV\ f^ive l^'atit', that on It'idii/d.y tb* \%lh injimi, eit h'lnt i/'Clo\k i't the Morning, Camnitjivmr ri,i:hvflh wll ixjtofe lo Sill ill hii Mi'jejiy'i i'liidut Plymoulh,f-Viru/ I'iOidi �/' aid S/jiei laid .ipiii t in l.otj, fuJi m 'Junk, Pi.ipi' '1ui/'w Rape, old lioll Ropr, Rti^i ii old Ilamm'Uoi 1, and ui i-.triMi. The PutJ'ufr ii   lo  depojit per  (]eitl.   at tht /inu ,f Alfrtrtiiinf, iibub Dipofit it lo {>/ faifiitfd to the OtMiB, lu i ifc / Purii,, do �jl pay ihe RijaumMr of tht Puiduife-Muutv la ihe 1 retijunr of hii iV/./,/?,'( .V(i� v, and /./i,- af oJ Sidf. .-liiy Piifaiil /'vi/ 1,1.' ii.illi'.g lo hint ihi I'dd old i),�rii, may I'l. itein ut /ivj T.ir.e. upon upfl i\% to tht (Jjji.eii of tht J^id lard in ih, p tp.r loot king hikn. N-Avy Office, June >6, 1 N E Prindpal O^.eeri and CotimfJ^tri'.trt of In hhjrj'ji I _ Vofly giijt Votitt, ikit on 1 nifdiiy tie t yh t'ifwi, rf Tea o'C/aek in tbt Mi/iving, they mi// eg^-i/e to S--. .it rb.i OJ!tt,Ji%tra/ Parte/t fP old itorij. luid opart in L-n iit In ^injcjt^l Yard al H^tff'ivnb, n^kfr eiy Pirfini til-o ere r H-ling lo it Phrthefrrt may hanif tbi Liter ly i/'i.iiii.ii.^ / �.at any Time in tbo u.orking Hour) cf tht fmd )\rd till tl e D,\ .f S le. And at a Pepeft of J. fee Crit �'� m p:,:frii,n thrrrtf, ii to he meidt by tht Prrfor.i ai Ix jL .V pm.h.f. :/. j..J Loll, fill PtrfotU 'V.io Jb .11 attend the Jaid'iiL ./, 1 if\\, tiu titreof, an.1 ecme prepared for th.t Purprj. , eind li'/j de StortJ ft punhafedjhiill k- paidfr ..ud ffki 'v < .      EkJ^ ffrt, Day, aft, r the Day  . iliw'it rl. l>-r,. Si.iiii, lu liw Nuic, ruulkl i)i� Lie'ii Veil 1-1, and bull -.iuii.Ui'i i' - c, V. Iiftt ihstc wtllk .1 Bojt |J .cd w.ili �       if  i 414 lb cniti ibcjf Nuntes and Tonn.igc wiih Mr. Juhn Cairaif, Bjifc-.MiAtr to hu Ruyai U'titKii, '> I.�iui>�th, Muf� ihc itth nl Julv im Nv Foroerxik liki lutvifn Vctfcit luitc wiiniUcJ. HtKf aTi tu A.i. bc:.'.wa 1 wStvi m4 Qat � U
                            

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