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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 24, 1749, London, Middlesex The Oaily Tldt^ertifer. SAT U R b A Y. June 24. 1749 Jlfn, Jute 22 i\IL*D, the Aloborotigb. for the Rirer. Came down, the Succefs MaA of "Wjai the Smith, for Oporto; the Lion, --. for Briftol. aoH rrinain, with thofe at per laft. Two Ship* from the WeJl-IndiM are arnv'J. Wind Wca^outh-Wcrt. Ycttcniay ai.-iv"'d a Mail from Holland. liaw, 7�*r 7- The Governor of Benevento has fcnt a Coarkr to the Pope, with Adx'ice that the Neapolitan Oe-Ibtm dmin*d in theGaflle. mutinied and took up Arms ; tntthat (hey are fecorcd again, and more clofely confined. It's aScrtd that the Negotution with the Court of Naplca cocccniing thcfe Ddcners. is finiihcd. and that the Rine of die Two Sicilies is to pay 500 Dacats to this Court, inftead of igo03 whica wrrrdrmanded. There i�, however, one Ar-tic!e ilill usdccidcd. that theMiniAnr of Naples ftrongilf ioSAi npoa. wtiicJa L% that there Ihoold be always a Neapi^i^ OSccr at Benevento, and that the Governor of that Town dioak! be obliged todeltver ap to hint al| the Ikfcncnrfroin iheKtns's Troops which ihould retire there for the fatare. fSw*-*, 7�w7- The Connt de Caipegna, who �m P
;bfcnbers, *h-ci� give io geccTil ji i-ai.A - ..or., tiut a \tiy large Ma jorirj of them rc!u!cJ t> iLnjii i.uir Aixsa, but dclircd tti: mtgi.: be co3-:cjc -:':."..nc; oJ i*it buiniaer bc^tluii, 3 4 !-s a 105 aWt^offiWy enough to prevent the Trouble of a new Sub-BrJrtiim fdr hcxi Winter. It was nevercheleri agreed ^ Subfcrtber iiisy, if they plcal'c, Vcttcivt their Share of the Subfcription-Money. As many of the Sublcriltert arc now out of Town, and cannot attend the Vellry, Or* dcrs will be gtveit to the Vcllry Clerk, that thofe Gen-tlentcn fhall have full Sati^faiUoa at an^ Time lieicuficr when fhev Oiall apply. Yeilerday thren Fellows drcfs'd in Sailors Habits were conduced under a Goard of Soldiers to Newgate, for breaking open a Houfe in Wapping. Tomorrow Morning the Rev. Mr. John Moore, LeAorer of St. Bartholomew the Lefs, will preach at the Parifli Church of St. Mary Ic Strand, to recommend the Education of the Charity Children belonging to that Parlflt The Charity Sermon which was to have been prcach'd I'aft Sunday Morning at Hbrnfey in Middlclcx. was, on Accoungaf the Badnefs of" the Weather, deferr'd till To-morrol^^ when die Riev.'Mr. Tow*". M.A.wiM preach in die Me^ff. for the Bcatfit of tkt SoCMtjT Chtklrm frequenting St. Ethelburga. Tomorrow two Charity Sermons will be preached ia the Parilh CharcKof St. Dunftan at Stepney, for the Benefit of the Charity Children of the liigmlet of Mile End Old. Town J that in the Morning by th* Key. Dr. Ssntuel -tftcolts, P^tathcr at th? Temp'e, Prebendary of St. Paul's, and Chaplain in Ordinary tqhis M^elhfi,and chat in the Afternoon by the ReV. Mr. Fayting, RcOor of St. Martin Outwich. The fame Q�y hvo Charity Sefraoiii WUl be t;jNkch*d at the Collcgiaie Church of.St. Kathcrlne bvtb�Tower 1 that in the Morning by the' Rev. Dr. Frird,' Vicar of Runcorn in Chefliirc, and Lcfltircr of $t. Mii^^ at NcW-ifigton. The fame Day two ^i^hariiy SerQloni will be prcach'd In the Parifti Church of St Mary at Lambeth in the County of Surry, for the BcncKt of forty-Bve poor Boysi that in the Morning by the Rev. Dr. Gardhei'i ReAor of St. Olavo in Southwark; and that io the Afternodh by the Ktv. Mr. Brown, LeAurct; of AUiallows Londan--WiUl. ' The refpeAive Subfctibert to the fourJ^etrpeAtvie Views of Whitehall, on great Doubic-Blephan't Paper, vit. the North, South, Eall and Welt Side, according to the PlUs of loigo Jones, who have not yet receiv'd the third Sheet, and are not in Town, are humbly defir'd to give Orders to One of their Commiifioncrs or Servnnts to take in the afore-fkid Shedt} and alfo thofe Subfcribers who have changed their Lodgings, wi'l be pleafed tt> give Notice-in a Line to thePrOprfetor, at St.'Luke's Head iiv Dennuuk-'Street, St. Giles's, where the wanting Sheet is to be deliver'dt as the fourth and laft Sheot will be executed in the beft Manner in three Weeks time. Af^cr the fourth Sheet isitniih'd no Subfcriptions will be taken in 1 and as dM Number of Subfcribers has not beeii fufHcient for executing this Work, the Proprietor, after three Weeks tine,, cannot fell the Prints to Non>Soblicribcrs foy lefs than a Guinea apiece. Each Subfcriber is welcome to change his receiv'd Sheets for foft or black printed ones, provided they are � *�, no Price. -Five per Cent. diui^. no Price. B�nk Circulatwn, 4I. �7�. 6d. Pretn. lad a Bonds }l. 14$.'a 19s. Prern. ' Thi$ Day is Mi>ltjb*d, Htih Hit M A J E S T '. R^itl tiiitety' (D*Ju4Ud It /*# Mtr l (>c<�i�tn anj l. ._\ To the i^'orthy Liverymen of* the City ofUsinkm. OewTtiMe�, \TOVR rOTES, liS'TSRESr mi POIL WILLLVM WHH'AKER, �/^;. u;o i7|'y, IC.} 3 4iii8 a ir^. Uxto A\l,llUltHj 1748. 104 i 4[hi a I '5 'I Ijrcs STEPH THE6DjASsSENi^f^^�A�^.*a*5>^^ . . "... - "' lothe worthy Uvtry men of tI\^Cityo^*/^niii2^. '^rOUR i^OTES, INTEREST ^ fOll j[ Mr dtjird fir DANIEL COLLVER, E/r. Gtrttn md ntt^r, THOMAS GREEN, E/p atin^MdntJtr, ^ 7� hShmp / tint aty end Cinntycf Mid�iftx,firtSi By the Commifllvmcrs for VfeiuaUtng til Majefty*! Navy. WHERS AS divht Piffm b*^ taft^SkMljrl^bm Ittgfiinji tliem j thft art to f^lvt Nttice t� el!Pe*fatt ns.*rftp!ar Wany Money mfnfiidto thtm/���thhOftf^ � ja-jmaiJE^'v tmd MVt net d./iv.r'S in tlKir AittUtitf r*JK*nr� Ai *r txamiH'd and fafi'd /� itair the /�r, that th.y �1 fif't!^S� dili^tr thm into ttit Offte, in erd.r inpiifi their JkisfJUp ma� ibtrth) tltar tbi IndrefliJianJing fut egctHj^ tkm, tivaijff^^' thtiyati^g/itnrHfd intp the Ejtthe^uer end l>rej}&'tfJ, �f ikJkif*' tv^e thtfAvill ^ i fixd/ncb Perfat at buve f:�>Jtt,ir^isf^f etr* txiarted to UBrry tktir firfiB Bittt r* Optsr ij^ �8� tbt fiSuelliiis-OJia, itf�y 19, 1749. By the Principal Ofiicm and Comtnifltoncra of his Majdty** Navy.' WHEREAS divert P'erfiet bmtt M infrefied to them fy ut, Apduhrt btreit 4me9 Mm Exebeinge, wbteb beeve htm fdid mnl t�mrj;^''m'hfrtfb tfgeUr^ them� tbr/t tre to gi^t fittiet to all Pe^Sau vtbei iMm baditnj MqM'X imfrefted to them from tSit OjStir\ti>''d'vktm u/idkifive net ilelivtrrd in their Aetotmti �*? Femktt* t� It ex-tatdntd tmd fii^td to dteir tbt fame, tbeit tf^ di /^^Ueiih deliver tbim into ibit Ojfa in order to fafi tteir Jkmsf*, mud therth tletir tbt Imfrtjii JlatsJiev tut 4!g e Miming, thty tmU exfafe tj Satt at t'ft Ojfice, fi-vcrul Perteti �/eld Storti. Iiud afort im Ltli � hi. Mnj'flyi Tiirdat Ifeel'iviih, -.tbtrc evry Perfsmt an �x-.t'- ling to he Purcbo/:ri may bcve the Uterty t)/iiet:mg thvi% jte ill.-) 'lime in the neriirg Hunrl of the faid Y'lri edl ei< [iiii if Hiile. And as a lirpcjit / ftr CtKt v it f ti -I, " ticHk,,',f\ wid ..me Ir.f.^rcd/.r lU l\rp-/, .'\ StaioJ^ (unh.J. //�all it piidf'j,- and i.ik.K � � , fu.ty D,i), �//,, ih.j ,.r :>:,.',, ,)., lX.fgJft i, ,tr' .'. I kn,! /-11 jmt the I't y, r/> tL-^ '" ' 'I"*-!!!- hrrchitij cf" !:c Ki^lit VV. ft hv ar-.il Jt AfM.c.t.:t ()
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