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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 27, 1749, London, Middlesex                                T O E ^ D AY,   JuKS tf,   1749. Deal^   June 25. iHE two Dutch Ships reniftin. Wi&d S. by E. An ExIrgS cf a Letter frtm it Pnfim ef Cn^tt at Amfterdain,. d.iifJ Jtmt 17. ' I * The Maigiflracy in all the Citiet ' of HtUemi, are ttij caraeH in iheir ' Deiiberatians upon the vlp,orou� * PropoiitioBt   which hit  Sei�ne * Hi�KrHfs the StadthoMer has' latclyaiade to the States. * The I'ime of Chka&ing i� orer: The Deputies of the * States mill appear at the next AiTciaU/ with cathe^orical * I^ni^ons.  According to what we have' been hitherto * able to leant coiiceniing this Mancr, moft of thii Ciiict * �!� i�clihab!e to'dftabliu Collectors, in order to recover * the: Duties which have been a little too p^ipitAely abo- * lifhed* when the Point dcfigned was only to (acrificethofe * who bcKa^bre levied them, to the Caprice of the People. * Bat the Qoe^ooi^ haw the Colleaors       h�ve necef- * ia^ Aothoritjr them to excrctfe the PunfliOnt of � thdr O^ce. panicolarly in foch,* City as AmfitreUmi if .�rAeFeoplrihoald take it ia dieir Heads to diflllce the pto- �^Mftd Metho<). The Rcpoblick of the Vtatal.Provincci � is in inany RcfpefU in Regard to Vtx Subjefts, a Body' � Wkhaot Hands or Arms, that is to fay, in plain Terms, '^NBJK^MtPOt employ Fnrrf..ag�iinft tKf Ri^fraAnry mithniit � expsfiig sHelf to inhniie loconveniencics, greater perhaps * than thofe whick it would avoid. It is not at Amjhrdam as * at Fttdttt Geaui, Ltitca, and moil other RepuUicks, where '.die Magifitaies are vefled with fufficient Powerand Au- * ihority to caofe their Orders to be obey'd.* -4.: YeSerdAy arriv'd a Mail from F � a n c b. P�ri ay uiiv'd at Forges; (he has three Dutchefles and four Counteflcs to accompany facr, and is gua^ed by^ight . Swiflers of the Company of 100. twCnty-four Gardes du Corps, n Company of French Guards, and a Company of S�Rfs Gaards. On the 27th the King rctarned from Rambouilkt. Hu Majefiy went the z9th to Choify, and the 4th of the next Month he will go to COnipeigne., The Qoeen. the Danphin, the Infant and Mefdames will . jg� ihwBer the fame Day. The Eatl of Albemaile is expefted here the latter End of thu Week : nimoft all the People of his Retinue arc al-, . tody arrived. He will dwell in the Hotel of Auverne, and as this Lord prepofes to make a great Figure here, nnd that the Stables of that Hotel are too little, he has aikcd Pennidion of the Uoofe of Conde to make Ufe of the Suhlcs belonging to the Palace of Bourbon. I'he Duke de BeUeiflc is lately returned fVom his Govrnmcnt of Metz. An Arret of Cooncil has lately appeared, which hasre.; vofced two SesiUBcea of the Eleaion of Laon, for having ickaJed iiomPrifon a Girl who %vas feized ppon theRam-gim^of the City for fmuggling eleven Pounds of To- L     O     N     O     O      N. Yeflerday the Knights of the Bath were inftali'd in Henry dieSevcndk'sCkapel-ifl WelUninfter-Abhcy. Th� Proceffion began at half an Hour after Eleven from the Painted Chamber round Wcftminftcr-Abbey to the Weft Door, nd back ^in to the aforcfaid Place. The new Knights prcfcnt were Sir John Mordaunt, Sir John Saville, Sir Charles Amand Poulct. and Sir Charles Uowacd. who walk'd two and two, and Sir Peter Warren walk'd iingly behind : Sir Edward Hawke being at Porti-aOtttfa, was inOaird by Proxy. The old Knights of the Bjitb who attended the Ceremony were Sir Conyers D'Arcy. Sir William Yonge, Sir John Ligonicr. Sir John Cope, Sir Thomas Robinfon, and Loid Ddawar. After the Ceremony was over, the Knights and fcveral Pcrfons of Qoalitf din'd at the Thatch'd-Houfe Tavern in St. James's Sticct. Yeflndaj Don Sabian. who came oyer in the Liverpool Man of War nrith � large Quantity of Money from Spain, waited on bb Majefty at Kcoliogtoo. and met with a moll gncions RccoHioa. Ycficsday fe'nnight was difcharg'd from the Caftle of Cheaer. Thomas Davenpon. Ef�jj a Gentleman poffefs'd of a OMfidcnhle Fortune in Northumberland,  who has beca dctlta'd in that Prifon ever ilnce the late Rebellion, ob Acconnt ihenof. Ycficnfajr was hdd a General Quarterly Meeting of the PrcfideatanJ Fdlows of the Rdyal College of Phylicians. �*en Dr. Richard Conyers and Or. WiHiam Pifcairn were admitted Candidates for a Fellowlhip, and Dr. Daniel Cox was admitted a Liceatjate. ' On Satarday lafl a Boy about five Yean old acciJencally fdl from a two-Pair af-iiu:r� Window in St. Ann's, Soho, and fnaur'd his Skull He was diredly carried to the Mtddlcfex-Hofpita!. and wc hear it in a fair Way of Recovery. Ycdoday a Man vho was at work upon the Top of a Houfe in Dukc-S^c, St. James's, fclj down, and was kiU'd upon the Spot. Lafl Saturday Night fcvcJid Peoples Pockets were pick'd ia the General-Poll Office Yard, a* the People went to put iatheir Lettexs, acd a FcHow was taken up on Sufpicion ; but as there were none of the Handkerchiefs. &c. found epcn hiro. he was difinif/d ; but foon after there were iifc Handkeichicfi. and a Genilcman. Pocket Book, found in the Y^id. Laft Friday Ni^'at Mr. Hoin, a Dutch Merchant in Ai&cghaU-S:icei, g^ing home Uom the London Sionc Cofee-Houfc. was koock'd down in Swithii,'s l^ane by fame Suee: Robber-, who to^k Iron hini hit Hit, VVijj, �*d Mooc/i but lome People combg up to his .Afli.'lance, th;y vi.\Zf: utf. but were fuiiici, .tiivl one of lUkUi wi^ tiiea ncir Bai^e-Row. YiHefday a Boy was detldM picking ilte Pocitt bf k Gentleman upon Tow*^>Hill t he was carried to 'roitter Ditch, and feverely ducked t the Crowd �vas greatt and ; bearing upon the Haitsf they broke, and fcveral Perfons) fell into the Ditch, fdinc wtfc vary-much b.uifed, and ooe' Gentleman had hk Leg brok�. Canterlmrft Jmtt t^.  Go Mbhday lall was committed � to MaidJlone G�ol, by JJtmea CaMcr. fitq: James Toby, charged, with carrying Fire-Arms, running of Wool to France, and ntimiog of uftcuAom'd GikkIs. And on Tuefday \vcre comihitted to the faid Gaol, by Sir Roger T�infden. Bart. Thomai Banks and Lharlcs Shepard, for Houfebrcaking. EMnhn^, Jnm lO. On Saturday laft'died here, in the 38th Year of hit Age, Alexander Innci,lEfq; late Ptb�oR-Marfhal of Jamaica. �. We hear from Glafgow, that' on Friday lad died there \ Mr. Aijdrew Roffe, fonnerly Profeflor of Hathanity inth^tj Univerfity, and juftly celebrated for his lextraordinary^Ki^ow-' lege in the Latin Claffickt. ^   ^ By a private Letter from Whithoftt ihGal)ow�y vve hear,, thatbaeOonan at that Place had a Cow which, brought ibrUi a Calf with two Mouthi.^dnT� Ey^� and fix Feet il md^ tiM WctkbiNM laft iWl^deWM'ftiitM the C�dt� believed to have^een wouiiidiid �it^;^je came withiit, fiflol-Shot of thie Shore, but there beitig no Body who could manage her at that Place, fh� went ofE: towards the Engilfli Coaft. � - Even Cmveroh, COOdcrtinca at the lall Circuit to -b* hanged at. Inv'crary the 16th for Healing Cattle, made his Efcape from the Prifon there Monday Sc'nnight. Ranelagh-Houfe and Garden's will be opened every Evening, as uiual, till further Notice, each Perfon pifing One Shilling Admittance. The Fire-Trees will be lighted Tomorrow Night.  ' At the New Wells in Goodman's Fields, this Evtoing, will be fcveral new Performances by Monf. .Tartfey fi'om Venice. To which will be added, levcral Scenes In Gro-tefoue Figures never perform'd btfore, call'd Whitfai^ Holidays, The whole, jto conclude with the fl^riufiphs of Peace. Britannia^ Mrs. Miles ;, Mars* ,Mik Mites � P^ace. MifsOroniert ViAoiy. Mr.* Joe Granier; Fkine. Mailer Granicr: Time, Mir. Graniet: f^udence, Ms<^am Tartfey i Plenty, Mrs. Kingt Jullice, Mr*. Phittips; Trade, Mr. Hendrick. " ^ �J- At Sadler's Wells, Iflingten, thU Evening..Mr. Hemflcijrk, Mrs. SmitJt, and Mifs Lowe, will iiiig feveral new Songs i with Varietv of new Dances by MrvHarvey, Mr. Vtii4^-fluys, Mifs Baker, Mrs. Hahgh, and others. Several lienr Trickr in Tumbling, by Mr. Don)ini({1ie; ,Mr. Wiltiims. Mr. Pedro, and Mr. Frances. Thciiv'KQif 10 conclude with Scipio Africanus, or Harlequin Grand Volgi. Each Perfon to he admitted for a Pint of Wine or Puntfhv. , �. The Wiildw Hughes,. from T(inbriclge-Wells, whdlias always had the Honour of ferving the ftrft Quality, ftiU conunoes to makn and lett all forta.bf Mafquerade Dreffea entirely new < likewife all forts of Venetian Dominos kt^dl MaOes. at hec Houf^. Chairles'-Strect, Covcot-Qardfii: And for the better C^onveoience of a large commodious Room, ihe will attend Tomorrow, at Three o'Clock, next Door to the Rofe at Marybon. Mr. Flanders Is removed from the Fox and Hounds an Tottenham-Court-Road, and has lix*d on a yery good Room for his Scliool at the Bell, the End of the Old Ba0y by Ludgate-Hill. If thofe who have paid their Agreement, or any Part thereof, will do hin the Favour to call there, he will conftantlv give his Attendance every Day in the Week, except Wedndfdays, With his. bed Epdeavpyt^ to iiiiiruA any dentleman in the true and b�il Method uf the Ufe of all the Wdapons pra�lis'd in the Science of Defence. i Richard Ricbbell, approved Mailer of the Sword, and late Warrant Officer in the Royal Navy, being but lately^ come to England, and in Company with Mr. Wolfe the Swifs, a Difpute of the S.wpcd arofo� when I told hiip, I, would exert my Skill in private or publick. ther^fo^ I give him an Invitation to meet trie at Mr. Broughtcm's Amphitheajfre on Wednetday the crh of July, and fight ine at his own Weapon^ fingle'SWord, where I will give him to underiland, that an tnglilhman and an UibauBua aco the Bulwark of tlie Sword.   Richard Richbell. James Lane, Truffmaker, ogpofitc Salilbury-Court, Fleet-Street, makes, in the molt ^complete Manner, all forts of Trufles; fuch as for the Navel, Groin or Scrotum : Strait Stockings, Knee and Ancle Pieces, completely 6tted, and much approved of by the learned Phyiicians and Surgeons of this City ; all iottt, of Inllruincnts for the I^ame or Crooked, and neat bright Collars for young Ladies. Mr. Key, Surgeon, and Author of the Diflertation of the Effcdls of Mercury on Humaiv Bodies in the Cure of the Venereal Difcafe, dofires to actjuuint thofe afiiiiled with Suppreflions of Urine, thst he cures the fame by the Ufe of the Medicated Candle, as at Paris. Tbofe who are not in �Circumflancet to pay for thrir Cure, are defir'd to attend him every Moitday, Wedncfday, and Friday Morning. fr(  ttuly muderu, ^ail ihr (iclciu Suit of (he levrral Kio^domii ul Ihc World n in loicilpcrfcj, i. x. titu-^i..-piii(4l Pchnicionj an>l i'ruMc/rii, UeiU); � nctcihry iniiu'iiAiun to ibi) Sind^. y a fcacril Diviriun ut the UlotK inti> l.in>i  i ot tlic frvml Coun'rid lonlJ'nsJ in cAvh ''uitei..( the Wprlil i tiitir (Jiiits, chid i Otviu, M.tlury, prrfciii Suir, ici|i.-rti>� Furftit u( Ciovcrdineiit, furcei, Ucvrnucf,'t 4 ic--, H^vt'lu'luru. iril mc^ ni'irjli., IvBiiis.    I'ljgetlitr jn Aici'Oiit ul the A r,    , i, i'l-jJucc, TradViJi, Cu'iulitti, Arms,  Rfh(;iin,  l.irigujjr, I'l.ciim. >, U     j ilcut, MtnncM, C'lAomt,  tUhils, mid CViiu, lu tile i� il.c Kuigdoini *tvi Sticri drk'iibed. B,        M' SALMON. llliiOratf!^ *i[h a ^rt of twenty Ivwt new '.f.j j i.l ih.- ifft^i L'.mj^-tri'j i diiwn If the Oirctt-ir  1,1 Mi   -.ihin.i>, n.i rf^.i, j       Mr. JrtJrija. (irofraphrr In hn hoy il U.^lurU U.t I'l hc i      \V�lct. frmtrdfor W, Johnlloi, em    �.'. W tti�n ItMv rfihmur ^4 ^luw^^,  ^  l'irfi�t at fetwj^Vrf tintJlKmitf* art tx&frtfd t* tttrrj^ ttta- far/ia JB*�V t� tttt ^ ^ Trra/�rtr ajT rlr emttted*     tkir �tfr^f.   pmJ M tit nstiuUrtieg-Oftt^ Mtt       S74� By the Frtncipal Ofltcm and CcmntUTtigiMiis of nis Mswefty's Navy. WHEREAS  �^ Perfwt Jwn- ttdfvei^Mm* e/ Exthtaife, ^viiei ktn fmd       tJ^tffid �r tHfrfj^e agat'ttji tvfm; tKfi art tf^ivt Xitiett* �*f Ptrfats ^ift ^ tuej iliff J in^^tg dim/Js� /fw       �r 4Ti?tm.^mu Mvtr /Atct ��f� fiii        i**rAr Ai ^ft^:./iaxr. '4^pmefu prtvtnt tirtr ttii^ nttmesiittii tti'Eiri^fmr Mzf pt!tfiia^Jt eu ttcrxx.ifi tier -tviUiw, miej.fifik Pir^ ea M^Kt fiiir Aettunti mt txktrteJI t� t^rx tieir /w^itf BiMi �� tie        ^ at tit Mnjr-Q^, Miiy      fTiT- 1 W PriKdpeaqftme9�di at 'JS'int /� tit ihrw^, Cifca^wsr ytsmh*glf. mfU txfc/et*Sakt*Mt ilf*p^�'i tt!rJmtP!jWBmtk,/tt:majltmti(&*/' tlJ Sltret itiJ tfart im Itft^       *� Jitmi, TvprStajf. stien* tlafc, MBtit-Rti*, Rsgi it �iJ UMmmtmi* etmd iU Cenw. fie ParAafer it ta �|/. |�r Car. �* m ttmr if /fprenacat^ iv^th l}{fopt u ta I* ^Strj^^W ft r^ .O^sMr, � ciyi % PartitJ dtmttf^lJkt Seamaaiia tf f^k^;-Me^ t� tief reafitrer ef ItU M^ef^* e^iwc?* eaai Mr amn^ therfiai t�ti wftrtyBajtefier^titOs^efSJk. jffcr P^a'�s #1** �r# isilUng tf> wpr tbt (midUSlarn, taia thtm at. aiff Time, afaft eiffhiKi at the OJtftn tf tSm 4�i IV*' im tift wriiag fUart. VICTUALLING-OFFICE, jaee .4. h^^' I ^HE Gimmi^^iiAtrt fir /aTJfcriSejf In M^fii"* Serty J. tf^-r Satiee, tiat �n Wedcrfisf Ik twl-^t*^ wJ'^ in th^ Ferrnses, they tiu.' &r rt^fy tr trmtS rxiti^pah Ptri-ct ^ mtjf h tvilirit!^ ta keiKrrut.'f fir tbt fMrdftirgfti^ ^ hi* Shipt tmire^h v-iti Pr^.tJ^t, ea pcsjf r*s6t* ai XtKH-EttgiteJ, imd if i" "mustt tirrivf. 7le CaaJttkm ef'rfe C-f-**' assy it^ t3 tin Sehvtai^'i 0/^x^ 17. i74T�. T \ ICrUALLl.Nci 0!-ncK. ^acc.ifi^ i74r di i-trtiy gn>f ^].ft.i, rt'--r.' ii -^.^-T-ni iLfr.U uf tbt '[r^furfr  ef tu  /..Vv^,.'?"* t.        /tn /.s.V"'/,? tJ,, �ixi!',- !' :ien u tT'.i eg I -^lif C 1�. cit t-   

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