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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 26, 1749, London, Middlesex                                M O!^ D AY, ]Vlit        ir^g. Drj/.  7tt�f 24. AIL'D to thi Weftwtrd, the Soc-ccf* Man of War, and Ouward-^ bouix]. The Dntdi Skip for India, and one for Lwracaa, remun. Wind tioaih-Eaft. Since our \aSt arrived a Mai) from Hollakd. ibja^v, ytPit so.   Some Deputies from the Ukraine arrived here, t6 tcptcfei>i    the Emprefs. that the Ddlrufl^n which the I^^At �liide Uil Year in UUt Proviocc, and the Scarci:y tberefrom, had redoccd the Inhabitants to t%K�tnoft Dtftrcf* and Famine; whereupon her Imperial Ma|e% hadp'<^ Order* for tranfpcrtjn^ thiihcr iinmedi-U^f fome Corn to fupply ihuf ptcfc^i NccJ from the fftfaxiaes of other Provinces. ' jttxi^ 4-   Laft Wednefda]r. about two Houri liter Midnight, we ha4 a Tn^(pc& hkn, winch dirMt<�ed '*^"0K ftctuni of �li the Elemcnu iato their 'firfi' Chab*. ^ Be� ^cs Lightettings and Thunder-Clap�� which coftiinued #ithout' teafing frota the different Poi^its of the Heavens '� %ei^ � Deliige of R^. which overfiowed the whole flting the Cellars, and eren many Hoofes. and be-, - Mb ji terriWevHai!, which broke the Wmdow* and fte TSes which cover"d the Hoofe. a Hurricane' or ^IHiU^filtoa of Fire ai^d Wiiad. bc^poniog near the Co-� ki^ �rhcrc it mad^ the fifllt |Uvagp;ned wv.-.n Mouuuin about 5oV*ar�ago. U:-:i- T' " ti BM'rtcs the KriTiiranccs which out Baakcr> lia^e icccn d ruycciavcly froai faris. a very con-fiderabl; Sum srrjvd Ncxe fro.n France wrhin thefe three Days by the VV.,y of ream, wh cti wa' iminedifluly fcui to"\1-.r.iu, and .L,r>u; V. 10 be Jiftiw d for accclcrati'ig j (ha E^cciiuo of d :.cw Li^k.c in bvo-r o. Marfbal Sajcc. Our Let.cr. ni ; law ate quite ftirrit in regard to the apprv.ic: iiig A.lfjv.bly cl ..11 exiraoiiimary Diet, and ajTurc �u luat the K.;i ^ �v I'l ;n>: lomc mio PoUcd till his A1�j^l*� h.L-> fatunlay. liie .\ni;i. tr.jr) of liic Pfetciijcr'i Birth, nui y F.ngliih People ic th- t.i:y, Parti/.ans of, his hamiy, taving agreed to, ccK-brjTc the i cihvj with Eclat, wtrc afferoblcd by Bicak Djv U.^o-e ti:c Hotel of EnfcLr.d, drtfi'd in white Cockjie-, and drai.!: the Pretender*� lUaKh With prodigious !>ho-u aid .\ccl3i::j'Jor.*. ; wnich aUrron y theC^gliih who were in tha llott!, they came out, iii.d to-h Sides being armd, a^klrDtJh ca'.atd, a.-.d n any wtic fcoondcd. Tj.cy it.ttwauli wcr.i 10 a Houtc in Mazarine Sueei, where they v�e;c io noiuj.}, Un: ihc I-icuttiun: 01 file Police WAj obj.k-d 10 Kiid ite boluicr� of the Cjuct to ^ih.m Pahj, yiju 57. \'igcrou� .Applications have betn made �ere by feveral ncii Pcrfoa*. for the ere^Uog a Company ^powered to but ci S-'>ip* tur the ivrag'a Service in (.a-haM. They propoic to build twelve annually, at tbclaiue Jtatefcr wi-ich chcy ate built in it.cPoiu of France, and to toake his Majetl) a Prefcui bcuCes of a complete fijtty Gun ^p every Year n hdc that ContiaCl cominues. In cafe a War (hould break o-t la u.e tsorth, Marftval Bclleii'.c. ^ikO i} aAuJ!/ coQie ..:iLcr f.do* ha Govcxcmcut, will be put �t tile H*�d of wk Atar of Au^iH*i  ed in piling th� Troops.      - Htgtu, Jufj a.  Private Letters from Berlin tidviit, thai Ficld-Marthal Keith is fallen lick t and that bi� PrufiiaA Majclly made him a Vifit, and fem�ncd v^itli him aion i>car an Hoof.   They Write fiMin Parti, ih�t the Count d 1 Maurcpas will be recalled, and tellortid to his Employment L     O     N      D      p     N. t Thii Dif at Ten o'clock, tb* ^Inlghu of the Moo OtJe^ of the Bath, the Heralds, PuiluivltntS ant) a]l the OlHccra of that Order, are famtifioticd to mitt at the Princt Wales'! Chaniber near the Hotifc of Lords, ftbm whcAct the Proccflion will begin to HiioV the VItthV Chapel, iwhcrc thefollot^ing �x K;nights t^W be (i\i^a\led, via. Si^ Peter TH^m�B>!9lir^watclHa\Vke, Sir  yvd, Si Chailea Amand Poulet, SiY lokE tfordAttAb Sir iohli Oa Tlitiriday his Majefiy. wa^ 'ffUttti ito con Honour of )wnighihood an tWiUoit.. thtiry Bel Gentleman Ulher of (he Black Ritd,tb the Hotife of Pc^ra. His MaJeAy has been pUajM to itiifce tl�* foliovvln^ Pro/iiotions in the Firft Troqp, Hb�fe-Guard�, com,-manded by the Right Hon. the Lord Dvlawar: Williatti Ryder, F.fqs to be Exempt, and^Captain, in the rodnt (i(f Petct: H.^wkcr, Efqj wh,i his fcJS^gn'd; and jAmci lflpl�f� EfqL-fafig-e>4^�j?-t Ryder,    Kjriyatjigr ntid Lieutenant.. The tvf]p^ve Sahlei^bara to ih* four Pm^MAin* Vimft of Whital^U, �n gttit l)ui�^!t^&*cphant P^iMi^ via. iNr 1^0Rh� South, ISjii lad Welt SWc, acc�fdinf � Iht fit*� of Imgo |o�tt, wh6 hiv� aot Mt r��ei�M ihc,tlkr?d S^t. iusd are niM inTo�(m, at� lAimolj dc^''ii|vt at^ endow a C^oUege at Cambridge, to he call'd Downing-Cbl!cj{c. Ceorup Leigh, Ufqi of Highlit gti in L i.ci1urc. 11 choreb General-Receiver of the Land-Tax for ihtt Coanty df ChcJhl^e, and Notth-W^Us. His Grace the Duke.w Madbprough, Lord Steward of his M;ijcily'ii UouDiold, has beeb plutiiud to appoinc Thomfs Salter, Eiq; to be his Secretary. On Friday his Grace the Duke of Bedford went to his Sear at Wooburn-Abbey. i h oung Geiitlcmau of great Exptflations, and much lamcntui by uU hii Acquaintance. Ycdcrday died Mr. Huid, Mailer of (he Globe Tavern at Movrgate I.aft baturtiay, being Midfummcr-Day, Daniel Collyer, Lfiii Citizen and Vintner, and Thomas Green, Cukcn and ritiiher, wl.crc cbofen Sheriffs. An Oppofition wa� fet up againil William Siimfon, one of the orcfcnt Ale-Coniu-rs, (on Account uf hii haying hcc�pied the Place of MaAcr of the Workhoufc belonging to the Parilh of lAiagton) by Daniel French i but, after being fevcral Tintts put up, rhe Shcri/Ts were of Opinion u.ai Mr. Stimfon iiad the Mujuriiy of llaudii, and he was dcclar'd accordingly. Un Friday came on at the Court of King's Bench in Wciln\iniler-HaU, a Trial on an Indiftmtm tin- Irown :igainil Joha Murray, of Broughtnn, Efq; for fending divers Challenges to the Right rlon. the Earl of Traquair. Mr. Murray made no Defence, fo was found guiliy, aud is to rtccive Sentence next Term. Thitiy fix Indruincntal and fixteen Vocal Perforiiirr^ are ;oiiig down to Cambridge, to perform ilicrc at the inltal uiiuii of his Grace the Duke of Ncwcaltlc. Lift Saturday a rcmarkabli: Match at Cricket was play'd at Rtchu>ond-Gr<-cn. beiv^een a Gtntleuian of Winchellcr and a Gentleman oi Eaton ; which was Won by tiiu furtncr by fcventccn Notches : Wc hear ilic kiioWinij onci were ijkcn in. On Tixfday P.vening, about Eight o'Clock, as a four oard Giilicy was going into the Hope lor VI.n.l  \Vidtiani->, ~ MT-Ptdnr, and-Mrr Frances.  Thew��>!voeti�cl�Jtw�h Scipio Africanui, or Harlequin Grand Volgi.   Each P;^..� to be attmitted for a Pint of Wia* ot Paaeh At the Nc\^ Welts In Gbojmaa'ii Ficlda. this Bsvaiog. will be feveral new Peiformasices bv Mont' .'aiGMf fi ndude with tit* THmpha of Peace. Brttiinnla. Mis \t>l^ : Mars. 34% Uiks s iVace. Mils Granicti Virtorjr, Mr Joe Graniet s Faske. jvlailer Granier j Time, Mr. Granier { Pr��decoiv Madbaa Tartfey > Plenty, Mra. king; Juftice. kits. ^'hiBipa j Trade. Mr; Hendrick. B  AN   K  R  V  P T. Andrew Mayaifre the younger, btt of St. AttHk So^ jcwelicrt___    - _ Saturday Bank Stock wat no Price. Iod� Stocftr. no Price. South-Sea Stock, no Prtbe. Ditto OSi Anetutiirt, |o; J 4th9. Ditto New no Price. Baaik Annaitica rj^^, nd price. Ditto i74>, 104 7 8ths. Ottto lustseey 174"* ivo Price. Bank Annuities ly^Ji. 104 7 teki. Dkto 1749. 104 7 8ths. 'M\rec pet Ccot. Anaatties. ao Vact, Million Batik, no Price Equt�a!c�t. 00 ^tica Ro;al ' fljmRce. 28.   London AOuraace^ oo Ftice.   Evgiifli !f^sTS*e*i.t^W�-'*��-��f�^ii#^ Fivu per Cent, ditto, ao Price, Rtak CivpAnaa. fl. Ffcm.   IndiiiBon4� |l. iBs- a 4L a }L ty- Pteaa." Geacral PolKOffice. juec aa. 74> "^HSSS 4rirf�gr �ArT. T By  the Cpmmifli ners  for VfeChaHing hb Majefty's Navy. iff hxchongt, 'z ^,i* tigviiijl them % tbtft art to g:-v* AViiS ^Ij �t^  ''��^''i^' o/.i .'iiji.i ..^../f m I.      ja.^k .J J^Jt-i, i .ij^-r 'f.'i^^, t P.fi, J.I II..'t t'-.;., /'..j-j .� -Lilljjjtsi.iMi, ti-tJ -� lie Vul.h ,.' .   'J 
                            

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