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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 29, 1749, London, Middlesex The 11 -I------ Deal, June jy. A M E do'Vn, thfrc Ships, and ftild with the Dutch Ship to the Well-ward. No Ship in the Downs, Wind N E. Leghorn, Ju�f lO. Our lad I.Ct-teri Jrom Corfica advifc. that the late Agreement with the Marqais. de Curfai was ncrt the Afl of the whole Ifland. The People on the ftnher Side of the Mourtains have not made their Sub-toiffton. nor ftcwn |he Icart Sign of their Inclination to fdllovirthe Example of the others, fo that the Tranquility if that Ifland docs not appear to be as yet pcrfcrtly le tdablifti'd Gtnthi, Juni �8. Many dead Bodies and Wrecks of Ships arc daily thrown on our Coaft. The Corn in the I^ieighbourhood of this City is in great Meafure dellroyed by u�e frequent Storms, an?! ^bc Price has rifcn confi-dcrably. I'he lail Storm we bad, the Hail-Stones weighed each fix Ounces. ; Parh, June zf>. Orders having been fent to M. Durand, the King's Miiiiftcr in England, to demand of thv Britifh Court, that, to prevent all Mifundcrllandings between iho iw6 Crowns, Commiflarics be appointed to fettle the Boundaries of Canada and Nova Scotia, thai Court has readily ngrccd to it. Vcftcnlay arriv'd a Mail from Fr a c h, Ptn-h A-la mam, 'Junly ^. Wc hear from l'f^rg�fi_th�t_ -flie-BauphiiTdr itarf-begOn To drh-.k "tTic"Waters, which agreed well wii'i her. Jhc Riiip. Ii.is appointed a Council of War, xvhich is conir'-e" ('! tvsei'c I icu'cnin'-G.-ncral', wh>> arc to try a l\ u'jd; luc l_ro(s of St. Lewis, and . . cm ^te^d, been imprifoned in the Concici^cw. iaduced, it fecms, to ufufp this Title, with a nvrying a Girl of Fit'tnily and Fortune. This Trie wi/l (it at the Hotel of Invalids. His Majedy fets out this Day for Compeignc. . Adlions 1730. TicketsoTthe firft Rtafy^l Lottery sqS. Thofe of ihc fecond 576. Tickets of Loan in December 49;. Thofe in Auguft 500. The Annuity 178. An Extras ef a Lrtter fiom a Fvfon of D'Jlili^ton at Paris, * At the Time when the Miniftry here were employ'd ' in drawing the Plan for � Sinking Facd. which has been � publiih'd, wc were inform'd that the Debts which the * Crown had contrafted for carrying on the laft War * ftmouBtcd to 180 Millions of I.ivrcs; that the Debts * contnifbed on account of the War undertaken for the * Conquefl of Lorrain Was very inconfidcrable ; and that * moft People knew that there remained but very few..of * thofe entet'd into in the Reign of /,fu/j .XIV. The * Edifl which the Parliament of Paris was obliged to * regiiler, notwithilanding the Rcmonilranccs made the * 19th of laft Month, in an AfTcmbly held after Bight * o^^iock in the Evening, fo pofttive were the Orders of � the King on this Occafion, makes no Mention of the Amount of tbefc Debts, but (hews manifeftly that they * arc much greater than they were thought to be by the * Pc9ple of this City. ' The Edift above-mention'd.caufcd fo great a Confter- * nation here, that People are not yet recovered fiom it, * and it's very certain that it will not caufe a lefs in the * Provinces of the Kingdom. The EftabU(hment of the * Twentieth Penny is looked upon as a Tax which will be * continued for ever, as well as fevcral others, which < according to their Inftitation ought to be only provi- * Aonal, and as the War, which is tuft finifticd, will pro* � bably in time be foUowed by another, and as every frelb * War will unqucftionikbly augment the Debts of the * Nation, the French, in other Rcfpefb fuch good Sub-' jeds, and fo prejudiced in Favour of their Kings, muft * ncceirarily ftagger or wince under the Burthen of a * continued Incrcafe of frtlh Taxes and Impofts, which * muli in the End infallibly cxhauft the Body to give the * Head an Air of Health and Strength ; -but which, by * fuch Means, will not have it in its Power greatly to im- * pofe upon Its Neighbours, unlcfs ihey follow its Example * in regard to their Subjcfts.' LONDON It is confidently aflertri), that the King of Pruflia lus fcnt over Money to pay the Silcfiari loan. Thu Day his Grace the Djke of Newcalllc will fet out for Hogmagog, liie Seat oi the Farl of Godolphin, near Cambridge This Day the Right Hon the Lord Mayor, with his Lady, i MLte and Name JcfconJ* to his fitother, Mr Newell, of Grsy'o Inn On Tuefday died at his Houle in Church Street, Scho, Robert Pjyntz. Efq; Ncphcv*/ to Stephen Poyntz. M-i, Trcafurer tu his Royil HighncG the Djke oi (. u-nbciufK.', and Capia.n oi a Company iri a Ki-gmien: 0/ I'uot On Monday ' ' ' -------J Nighi died, advanced in Ytiis, at im nOi4fc in Bow iireet, Cofeut G.ircJcn, Mr (ni.kri, an einintoi JKwtller and Lapidary, of t'rt.ii C>ii Monday came on in u'e Coart of ! ag)g;^ � Boy of aboqt t�& YmiI of Age, was run over by a' prajf at Gital MooAttC;iwhitli. broke both his Thighs an4'tore the inftriot Part of Kl�' Belly quite open i the Boy was immediately earned to St> run over'by a Coach,-end had ooe of his Thkhi broke. On'Tuefday in the Afternoon' a yoang;vLad. Son of Capt. Garford, belonging to & Vcitel l^ng off the Hermitage, mifted his Hold in goir.g on baud, by wluch Ac-, cidcnthc fell into the River and was drowned. rr lembcr of the ^M^mmSmUofM Loniom^ Academy of Surgery at^Xtn^ il��k�r of tilt Ruptures lately pubhOi'd by A�MilW. ha� in- --TJie^Taiory is now'at the Ageof 13, and therefore naturally, is in the Prime and lluwcr of Youth, fprightiy, and vigorous, ever-blooming, iliil the beft : and intends on Sunday Evening next to impart new Life to various Subjects, inanimate, as they are related : On young Adventurers; White Rofes at Paris, Idolatry at K and W the Rudder d^ftroyingthe Ship, a Way to bring all DifTcot*-ers to^hurch, Ac. * At the New Wells-in Goodnian's Fields, this Ersning, will be fcveral new Fcrformiincea by Monf Tartfef frgm Venice. To which will be added, fcveral Scenes in Gro-tefquc Figures never perform'd before, call'd Whitfun Holidnys. The whole to irondude with the Triumphs of Peace. BritanQia. Mrs. Miles ; Mars, Mfc MUes i Peace, Mift Granicr I ViAofy^ Mr Joe Granierj Faaae. Matter Granier; Time, Mf, jGninier \ Prudence, Madam Tartfey j Plenty, Mrs. King j Juftice, Mn. Phillips; Trade, Mr. HeTf^drick. At Sadler** Wells, rflingtOll,'lhts Evening. Mr. Hemfltlrk. Mrs. Smith, and Mifs Lowe, will liog feveral new Songs i with Variety of new Dances by Mt. Harvey, Mr. Vaadcr-fluys, Mifi Bak�>r, Mrs. Houg^, ioA" other*. Several new Tricks in TumUl.ng. by Mr. Dbf�niqae, Mr- WUlkBps. Mr. Pedro, and Mr. France*- -T|e^hoIeto conclude with Scipio Africanus, or Harleqi)in Qr|jh)i Volgi. Each Petfon to he admitted for a PtnV ^ .Wine .or Punch. For Rupture*, and aU fiijSitigtf^^ Fiat* Arnauil, Member of the Su^^^^'^ ^. - -and of the Trcatifc on ^ . . , -_,^_,-- vented a new kind of Trufs, lighter, fafer, and more C09-venicnt than any hitlterto made ut'e of, as all perfons of cither Sex afHi�led with Ruptures will aclcnowlet^e on trtai of them- Direj^ to him at N�. 1. in Martlett-Coutt. Bow-Street, Covcnt-Garden, where the Poor may have AiX-viceyatis on Saturdays, till Eleven in the Forenoon. ~ High Wawr at London-Bridge this Day at 2$ Minutes after 10 in the Morning, and t after 11 at Night. ""Vefterday Bank Stock was no Price. India Stock, no Price. South-Sea Stock, no Price. Ditto Old Annuities. 106. Ditto New no Price. Bank Annuities i;i46. no Price. Ditto 1747, 105 j Sths a i 8th. Ditto Lottery 1747, no Price. Bank Annuities 1748. to; 3 Sihs a I 8th a I 4th. Ditto 1749, 10$ 1 4th a 1 8tb. Three per Cent. Annuiiici, 101 fur opening. Million Bank, no Price. Equivalent, no Price. Ruysl Affurance. no Price. London All'urance, ho Price. Engltlh Copper 5I. js. Seven per Cent Emperor's Loan. ijo. Five per Cent, ditto, no Price. Bank Circulation, $1. Prcm. India Bonds 3I. 19s. a 4I Prcin. _ PITT AN'3 eminent Nervous Drops, for the Cure ol cunTulfive Fits, hpilcpliei, anj F� liiif Skiuwfi, OiSuacbt-^ f thr HmJ, Hyftcijikj, V�()outi, F^iniiugt jikI L^wncb oi bfiuiu, Palpiration a
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