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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 1, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The  Daily Ad\ crtif( SATURDAY,   July i,   , ... Dral,   June 29 R RIV  D, i)ic Mont�gn, Barrati Irom Umaica ; ami the Mary, HulF)*, from New England. Came down, �hc Adington, Kitchcrntin, for Barcelona.   Wind N. VV. Ycftcrdty arrived a Mail from M.'/for.i, y.:tie 6. Since hfaiing of the Fire ac Calan, wc have been iafonnvd, that all the Archievet of that Kmgdom were coaTttmcdb/ this Misfortune. There has juft happened teodier of ihe like Nature at Kalouga, a City abouc 180 Werfies froni this Capital, which has been alio reduced to Jlihct. A� the Hemp Merchanis ha^ their Warchoufes in -An Place, the Lofs is the more confiderablc. A Village Perou^ has likewife been almoft entirely burnt down. *t%t CtonitftuatJon of the Drought contributes very much to tWe fad Acddcais. ^       ..      , AatiMv. Jun 24. Baron Hamilton, Chancellor of �he Court. Finl Chaiabetlain, and Knijeht of the Order of St. Antie, who was appointed hy the King to go to JLondon as his Mintller Plenipotentiary to the King Great Britain, has cxcufed himfelf from accepting that, Employment, and it'� thought that hit Majrrty will fopn ppoint another in his room. Letters from-CarelfC'^o.on adrife, chat there are eighteen Men of War and ten Frigate* in that Port ready to put to Sea ujpon the firft Nqljcc.. MadriJ, 7k.w 16. The King hfts eiven Mr. Keenea general Order for the Rcflitution of all the Englifli Ships dut hare been taken in America by por Privateers, fince the Time ftipalatfH for the Ccffation of Hollilities. and the Return of the Courier from I^ondon is impatiently cxpcQed, v-iih the Projcrt of Accommodation relating to the Engliih South-Sea Company, in order to put the fmilh-ing Stroke to it. Madruf, Jutu 17.   Tne Chevalier Offorio, Ambaffador from (he King of Sardinia, is cxpcfteU here next Week : It b reporced, that he has it in Charge to demand the In-.�u:ta Maria Aatonictu in Marriage for the Duke of Savoy. .What makes diis the more belivcd is. that the Coan^ Sada. who -fet out a few Days iincc to appear in the f�t. a Qi�liqr at the Court of Turin, took ih^ Pjdlure of,this, "Pnncefs with him.   It is faid that the I'ope has grani-d ihc King�Brem for levying three per Cent, upon all Ecclc--4i^KaI EiUtei in his Majefty's Territories in America. Caibe^ Jtav 14.   Two Bomb-VcflcU built here wcra � lannch'd a few J->ayi ago.   There are four inore upon the ^Stocks almofi �ni(h'd. and it s the general Opiuipit that J^xf arc to be employ'd againil the .Algcrine Pirates. lifim, June 7. The Duke dc Cadaval. neatly related to the Ro>'al family, difd here laft Wc-:k An Ordnance bat been publiih'd Ihere for fupprcfljng of Luxury in Fur-nitore and Equipages as well a? Cloaths 1 to prohibit the Uf� of Things which are brought for tliat furpofe from foreign CouniricSj and liom the Obfervation of________^ .......ji cacfed tbcDcbu of the Navy to be laid before him, has ordered proper Meafures to be taken for the inimcdiaic Payment of them, in order to procure Relief to the private Perfons who are intereAed in (hefe Debts. Leghsm, Junt 14. The MaHcr of a Veflcl arriv'd here from Ballia brings Advice, that there has been a fliarp Skinnifls in the mountainous Pan of Corfica between the Ualcconlents and a Party of French, wherein the latter were worftcd, who have fince in Reverge fet Fire to fevcral Hou�es belonging to the Country People^' Gemta. Jiou 17. A Ship arriv'd here a few Days ago from Cadiz, by which we learn, that an Armameni was nakiog at Carthagcna againA the Algerine Pirates; that the Fircibips and Bomb-Veflt:ls fitted out at Cadiz, were istendcd for the fame Service; but that in the mean Time proper Meafures were taking to fecure the Return of the Fleet fraat the Hav&nna, the Pirates having attempted to pa& tlie Streights of Gibraltar, in order to intercept, and if poflible (o take fomc of the Ships of that Fleet. An Advice-Boat has been fent from Cadir.. by way of Pre-cautiaD. to acquaint Admiral Rcggio with the(e Circum-fta�Crs and order him to keep hit Ships together as niuch a> poflibk, 10 prevcBL ihcu bung taken by fcaitering from Ihc Fleet. fittaza, Juiu 25. Count Beftuchef, Ambalfador from lie Lroprcf� ol Kuflia. confers very ofan with the Mini-llers of their Imperial M.ijedies; and it's reported thai a XKV Treaty is upon the Carpet, whtrcby all pretcding ooes are not only confirmed, but tlie m.utual Engagemcnis are mote clofci) knit tbun tvcr, and ii's fwd, iJiat it ii amocgU other Thinjt ftipuiaitd, thai ihe contrdaiiig Powers flull enter ic:o no .Ml.ancc but with ihor refptcuvc Ap^ol>atiOs. tUiaa, JuT.i 78.   General Count Nadafti was Yerterday Cent under a Dcuchmcnt to the (,a!Ue of Kuftlcin, whtre he i� to be impnfon'd for Life.   The Cauic of his Djl grace t& varioully talk'd of Brffi^iv, Jumf 17 By immediately removing the Rub kifh of the Houfcs which were overturned by die Blow.ng Bp of the Magazine, fcvrral Livo have happily and mrra-culouHy been laved. Araongd odiers a Child in a Cradle has been found al:vc, to which a Pewter Dilh had ferved as a Prefcrvativc. There are in the whole 101 Hoults iexno-iiiLed. and 57 People fiavc been found dead in the Kiiin.s amoagil whom there are, \ \ thought, thirty Jews. There ate but iJiice Soldier; of the Garnfou killeo Paru, Jum* jo. The Marquis dc Steinville, who lui ic&ied here tcvcral Years a.' Minillcr of the (Jrand Duke ofTufcaay. w pjcjutjog 10 iei out for Florence, in ordff to dirc^ the AfFalI^ oi ifcai Djtchy, m tjic room of uie Prince de Ciaoc, yiti^ rotcmi to I orraiii Xiify wri-e from Rcimcj, thiti iwcni) three Robbers upo.i the H'jjhway kive beca broke on the Wheel there, v^t\v tonfelfcd tiiat thry vvric Part of a Gtvng that ccnfi!lc- f ihf Pnrjce of AicroHcrg h�� tAufcd ^iiat Joy bcia.   Thw i'luice tai beta (Icncd.  and the Duke an J I)vi�c!iclV of Afrtlvg wtM-Proxies for the Emperor and F-nipnf*, who wti* x�>�i�a thfr and Godmother. HiitHt, July 8. Tlicy wriicfrom Vienn*. it.a; the Fci prefs Qaecn haWi^ demanded to  Lift of aU rrr>�r^ who have Pcnli^s from the Court, and having fo m^" that there were many ivho dwelt in forcig;n Couufrc, the ordered that they fliowld come a tid fjH'nd them In fvi.ic of her Dominions under Tain of lofing iivom. L     O     N     DO    ^^ IFis Excellency the Earl of Albemarle wll! fet o*�t fiv Paris on his Fmbally next Wtfk.   His LordOtip h :o fv inlhll'd Knight of the Garter at WJndfor by Proxy. On Wcthulclay tail came on before the Coj�t-M*rii*i fitting ?t Porifmouth, the Trial of Litatcnaat Coi!clMnt�, Of the Chcfterfield Man of War, for being concern'd ia running away with the faiti Ship, and be w�s found-giilUy. They write from Covires, thai on Wedncfdjy Morning Uft faiVd from thence, the PrifciHa, Mair, the Altar^y Brown, the Crown, Jatncs, a�d theChefterfitld, Coataiii. ajl from RotterdMn, Jj�V^|� large Namliinr ot PaJatoet and SwMs PiffiingcM^diM board; jboiM     Phdadetf��e4. At Wilihara-Abbey, in E�e)i, thtrft ii BoVr i� Blodii,i -Mid will eofttidi^s   abottffc Montli 1oi>geT, a Tulip-Tiee. w,hich meafures nitie Feet abiimt.^aDdvif fi�y Feet lUgb: It was never known t�|,.|t|e*!�.fiW or the Flowers fo large. Yf,lt�Ti^#y one the Wcikmrn belonging to the New Bridge atWeftminfter had one of his Feet cruOi J by the Falling of a large Piece of Timber. He was carried to the Weftminfler Ii(�firmarjr in James-Street, wlkctc hi* Foot i� likely tO bjS cut'.oft. Ycfleiday Morning eetly a Gang of Fellows Itele fevcral Iroft' Rail* from the Houfes in Little Moorfleldi. and feverai Leaden Ciflcrns from the Brokers in Mborfi<-Us. with Part of others which were too hovy for ihemto au.y off. Diligent Search is making after them. Ti* faid the Gang cotifilts of eight Peifona, who have lately committed divers Robberies in and about Moorficlds. By Dcfire,   on Monday laft, Mr. Naih, of Bath, fi-'our-c the Gcntlenieii and ^adics with bis Company at '.irkholtTHoufe J it will be eftccmcd a particular Favour, ii     will p1eaft2 tu do the {^inA on Monday next, at the bpeiij-Ag of tht new-boarded Room at the abovcfatd Uonfe. ' William Barton. At the New Well* in Goodman's Helds, this Evening, will be fcveral new Performances by Irfonf. Tartfey ffom Vet^e  I'o which will be added, fcveral Scenes in Geo-tefque Figures never p�;fforrol'd before, cairj Wbitfun Holidays. The whole to conclude with the Triomphs of Peace. Britannia, Mrs. Miles ; Mars. Mib Mile* j Place, Mifs Granier J Viftory, Mr. Joe Graaier : Fame. Mailer CJranier j Time, Mr. Grajiiier j Prudence. Madam Tartfey j Plenty,   Mrs. King j Juftiee.  Mr�. Pbdlips j Trade, Mr. Hendrick _       ^       ___ Wirt. 'iiAlm'. dlifl'Mils'Lowe, will ting fcveral n�v Songs \ with Variety of new Dances by Mr. Harvey. Mr Vander fluys. Mifs Baker, Mrs. Hough, aed other*. Several new Tricks in Tumbling, by Mr. Dominique. Mr. Wilfiam?, Mr. I'edro; and Mr. Frances. The whole to conclude with Scipio .'\fricani|5, or Harlequin Grand Volgi. Each Pcrfon to kie admitted for a Pint of Wine or Piiccb. High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 10 Miautcs after la in the Mornig, and 42 after 12 at Noon. Yeftcrdsy Bank Stock was 136 1 4tira 1 half a 1 4ih. India Stock, no Price. Souih-Sea Stock, no Price. Duio Old Annuities, 106 a 1 8th. Dieto New 107 1 4th a 3 8ihs for the opening. Bank Annuities 1746, no Price. Duto '7<7i 'OJ  ul Affurance, no Price. London Alliirance, no Price. Englifh Copper 5I. Seven per Ceai Emperor's Loan, 150. Five per Cent, ditto, 7g. B*nk Circulation, jl. Prcro    India Bonds jl. �i>�. a 4I. Prem On Thurfday next will be fubhjb*d^ With   hi I   Majrjlf'i   Royal Pri-vil.gt   and   Linmre, In ant Utgt yotitmt, Oi/aua, (Pn tM�d bs.) ti-'t.   A       ."jt.-'-l'r If   Ottff.l.t'-' ' np HE LO N D O N M A   A Z ! N E M     rr. 0�.'Vtn�.-i�   Monthly  lMt>*>�!en�s- * m�� �ii �� U-wJ !V--.fe�"t, tt�' r   Akflr�{is �f rh*ft^rrit ; \V -tkif fcMTiuts; Arc�oM at th� V(T>�lr F^(Hery^ i QjtMW ka KM^firtljr j '�  t' n # tB� IVicm in ^nkii^, *ni of  \V  MUtioatSMt ( Utfrtir-' (jMcI VOflcii'Wt     *li �ti��iuhl� l> ir.wil.-'n, !>> U. lX�HtUi, M t:< Cnr* iJs� Stjiftfnsialfair^. 'A h-* to PT4w M�4kwR. 6*U�!n}(^n. 11 thrRfle'a l>t cr aof^tr-Row I ol^ whotr Bt�| W fcaJ, cotBflftt "*�u, 01 ant fmj['� Montb. Xkii pay " /^W^V,  (Price 6d.) dumber JCCVllI. ./       .       ' THE  UNIVERSAL   MAGAZINE (iB ihrrt $' ��tt t* Utter Pft^t. thir* C��pprr. IMat<^. fit.) The Hilii�y of .^11 K*Tiom, inaludint the Sfttltmunt of Riah, and Kn Sent.   Iri? Vdat't Spwch.   Tha n�iur�l HiOuTy of tht hor M�iin;i:a VH'yntn. ' A 0*UrrtMlon oa iht O^f^fntft and ftl�tho hj(kk. na(>lUtc4 ttotn iks Jri�h ft aaltwil M�th�A �t ttw An neelttnt lUtnrJy fur an Ag�t.   An Hcf^ fe-b4 |�m. TIm Hiflm; ol EnaUaJ, nrltiaint �h� TioubU* th.t cnfutil tTm D(�tb of K-n E^wiitl VIj An Account of OfiCfilkit*. �i)tUal E�pritm�nti ana RecemU. A &>v% fat to ^uAch, l>ocai. *c. Citcuit�. The Inftalment of the Knl|ku of tht Gattn. St-Mttt ana Dkmaaet �i� ftt�.l IVrta of fcutop*.   Ne*� Forsijn aid l>i>iiteJ km 1. IliMoo, at KioaN Armi lit St. P*ol*i Choich-YaiJ, l/Mrtm i atJ ioU b� all the OootcMku �u Cr�*t Britain and litlaad. Ti�*.l4it> of loir w.n ba pubhii'd Iho SuppUtneM to H� Fowth Vo'omt aaafn'd wtih �ht�� ni�i Copper-PJatei J and ll^ ifl ol Augua �:ltbe pabl>4i'd Na. XXX. brini the liitt Nuinftrof VelamaV. aa* conttauad Moatl.Jjr, Pike 6d. , ,   ,. . iiawker* end Pedlars Office, PieU-Conrt, " dray's Inn, June �8. 1749. TfilS II t� ghit Koliut thit yearly Littnea txre naxtt i4Axant at tbdr (Mtf, ivltrt Jtriij Jttiiufaitct. it f-j,/jns:t giJfn (IhliMyi rxutttdU) etH Ni�f intbt Marmug m^U irrd frm in tht J/intioou untU Fi-ve : tltrtfrn cU Ptrftai femurjiJ tat driird t� tipply t9 tit OJf.tt tttmit-kcmUb^'J ftr l^ctmei. and'nol H diftnd cit the �Harleim mrttivg -uitb the Sur^iyni in tht Country, into havf firia Oidsr% givtn tfjtm t� 'ttpprtbtid andpnfitut* nvuh ike mtnmfi Rigc�r till juA Hir-xkcr$ cs they Jhdl at any limt of tht nar jSnd trtuhmg it-itheut Lictma. , , --�                         Londod, Tuns �6, i74  bt ftm at the Mattfitu-tlmji Wefttninflcr Infurance OiHce, June xq, 1749. '"r^//� Dirtacr, of the fMd OJfkt Hi hrrety ^hve Nttier, |[ tLtx a Gtnerea getting of thi Canlyilut^m -zKiJi h heid mt tbfirO^e in St. Martini Lane, ncur Ch-triug-Cr^Js, or. Th.irfJ.tf nt.\t, httKg the 6ti Day of July, at Thitt u'(%^i I't thi Jjtftm/itn, ivhen th: Commtttic appauited to enquire far a lhaje f  Ccjier^ Meeting i\ ttK Jiumicj lluuft i ii\-x%, tiCo *n> oUiCii �fin chufe 10 cuiitiaO � , tA ^cjiefn;..--f joi kind �f Wuik rcUun| to liic l.tiJ KodJ, �� lune mi)l admtifc in the Caacttc tha t)iAii'>uti o<, Itonun^bn, Ajea,  KiJirn Ship. ANY Pcrfon duly qailifird for Mafter oi the r:^.i.'.;-S  !: !T't:( i   � Cm.': i. Oclic.l lo �j.;' >i.�i.i) �U a,iL,  tx r.^ ./,a   Tim Nt> 1 li fiCi�by nivcii to uil i,'rif'). i ' ' -             J .... i i- ' ' l...e-.   I  11 r Mi'c.ji, � ' - �       -'i  1- - t;. M..J.i,..., l.tU,   .U    li   -...-A HilUTV t>cfi�Tiio,i3 an^ Vrvl'hm;' be.nj'a'DeJcino iTiVcVuftllio^rilli study. J. A gencMl Uififionof the CK.bc Into Und.iid V\.*tei 4 Ttt .Sitjjt.ou and Exient 01 th. feveml Countries .oali..-�:J m e�h (K,',.^ , t)ie WorlJ i thtIr Clt.r,, chi.f J owns, IliHor,, p.rUat Sute, ,'f.a � By       Mr.       SALMON. jluih^r   if    M 0 i> I It .s   If I   r � a V. IlluArited with a Set ol tocDtytAO new .,f the fcvrfit Cc^ iiV^ti i  Wirit yt^i N.ivy CL'.'" e j '"Y^U H   Prinip'il n/ur, t,U , i 1/  Lf .l/.>;- X    N-iVYy,i-vc A'o/;.', ri'.ii ill iku.fj... .�(. 6."' jf K^it M^itc lU Tell ti\'U ,�      'S.^.- ,.1 t-. Ojfir^, /.-Vi-ni/ I'lir,./! 0/ 'jl-^ >"�">   I'" > .yu,:' 1 MajiJ/y'i f.ii.i (It t'liiiuf'. //// /'.   .�j .'./:^ iii l\- r,iUu^J"i      V '''.'-V //.. Ii.'i:. ./ /,' .i�V 'fimc :ii tht �xi.ar.ti/iy, U^u, 1 3/ .'ij, / J'..,.> t^.i /, >'.'ij      5'../,  //, U ^ .J:l J .... t andbnumt tht Prvp"'J'if      L/^i'./i I.I, -a, -/sr.-   

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