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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 3, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The 1 Mo N D AY, Jutr J,  r 749 Deal,  Jufy t. IRRIV*D, the Cornwall and Sttf-ford Men of War from Ponrmontli, and ^remain. Sailed the Pretty Patfjr, blake, for Lifbon. Arrived the Andy. Rand, from Liftion, in twenty^three Days, and failed for the River ; (he on the loth ult., [poke with the Owncri Goodwill, Bowling, off the Borlingt, who had then been three Months on her Paf-i|kg� fromSouth-Carolii)*, boaod for London.  Wind N. B. Ji Bxlraff of a ttittr jkm a Ttrfim AfCri^t�/ tht Hacv , dattdjulj I. , * Our Mtnifter at the Court of frtmu'w nrrived here,  to acquaint his Serene Highncft the Stadtholder, and ,i ^eir Iligh Highiincflet, witii'the DifficviUiea which he � htt Atet with in hit NegociMion, and to receive frcfli f IltftruAions.  There is gnat luikclihood that the fecpnd  PtOpofitwb Whith hit Seitue ^Highneft rna^e the Begtn-  Ring of May, (or proybitioe the Wevittg of �U foreign Manufaaurcs, bat not Veen Jtindly look'd vpo"  fiaUa, tho* it coiojuiliends thole of ($rr�r Btittiin as well as thofe of trtakt,\ Our Merdianu-think it wbuM be  better to havaiut Treaty oC Comnierce with this Ukft'  Nation, nnlels i^ie Re-cttftbliOimcnt of that of 1738 can  b� obtained.   __________,   ^ * We look ape'|(9pef111 Coart not appearing to have the fame  ��nci^ Dcfirp qf forrning a powetful Party in the Em-*,pttt Mi th^f of Sfr/iftanA Parity has e:.cltcd fomc well-  JM^iiiAg Princet of thuet Germanoick Body to cxpri^ their ^ ^ Diftptitoliation of this Policy, bat without EfleA, their  * fispenal MaieiUtia contenting themtelves with teftifying �* thei^.Obltga'totl tu thefe Princes for their kind Infsu-> * tions. iatimating st.the fame Time, that they were under y *> ao Apprebealiona from the Eftbrts of thote Courts   I'he " Reafon of tlie Court of Vienna's appearing fo indifferent in this Affair,. is faid to be thi�: Uy the faving Mcafures � which it has lately taken, both in its ciyii and military Branches, it will be in a Capacir/ of maiauiiiing f ao6,Qoo Men. without�i;�r#^nS.ubfid>c;, wittcfa �vill ecr" Ttainly have a much (Ironger MffeSt upon the Minds of thofe I* whom they are defirous of pcrfuading, ihan when it was  fchrce rf)Io to bring 100,000 Men into the i'ield wi-h  thofe foreign Afliftances." Uaj^utt'Jitlj i^. Mr Larry is fet out again rrr>m hence for Paris, wher^ the States have alfu unoihut able Nej;0' ciator} and if, as they flitter tfccmfi I vcs, the liench Luurt will confcnt to renew the Trcaiy of Commerifc. another MiniOer will be difpatch'J, willi the Tide of Ambaflador Ektrac^rdinaty, to fign it. ' LONDON. ,   On Wednefday laft the Right Hon. Henry t.egge. F-fq; 5^9 by his Majelly'6 Command fworn ofhii Mkjv.lly'� mort [oiJOurable Privy Council, and toi^k his Place at tii� lioard �c�oraingly. His Majcfty will reiiiw fcveral Regiments on Finchley-Cotnmon on Saturday the 1 ;th inftnnt We he.-vr iiomCunibtidge, that Part of the CoreniOi  (jrace the Duke of^Newcalllc, �vaj put off till Tomorrow \ and that the Tdwn was fo full of Company, that the meaticU Bed was aoit to be had for Icfs than 7 �. 6d. a Night. ' On Sa4b^Jay lail, alter a few Days U'nefs of a Fever, �(Jied, at his ChHmbcrs in the Inner Temple, William Stlwin, Efqj Counlellor at Law, .Sollicitor to the Hon. Commiflioners of �xcile, and one of the Loxoiuidioncrs of Bankrupts. i Richard Wellington, of the Hay-Caftle in the County of ?|recon, lil^i is appointed Receiver Gcneriil for the Coamies 'of Brecol), Radnor, shd Montgomery, tn the room of -Richard Lewis, Ufcf; ivho has refign'd. His Majelty has been pleas'd to prclent feftrr 1*18161, M. A. to the Vicarage oi AlbburtOn, tvtch the  cpt-Ibrd. Oa Friday NIgjht, betweea Niaa uA Tea, aSbitt'a Boat, in whicb were fiv� Satt6(t. by f Tumbling, by Mr. Heodridt, Mr. Tartfey, Mr. Jintto, Mr. Mi)c9, and others. To which aiU he added, Whitfun Hobday;, or Harlequin at GrectiWich. .The who'e to conclude with the 'rriumphs cl' IVace. Each Perfoa to be admitted for a Pint of Wine bt ftinch.' Gendemcn are uugjl^ to |^ay oil tbe GtTman Flute, Violin, Jtc. Daociiig and Fencing, at the Academy in Windfur-Strect. near WidegMe^Alley, withtuit Uiihiopicatej where Gentlemen m Ladies are cxpcditio�id||^Com{Meted in Country Oami g for One Gainca, there being a complete Set ol both Scxcs that pactifc cvety Evening, and an Affembly wevWIy. where none bai aobftribers arc admitted. The whole Rxpcnce of the faoie it 3$ s. a Qijarter. Not more than tvicniy Sobfciibcts will be admitted, as the Room wUI dance biiCeij^toea Couple. ^ As many �'erfoitsareob iged to pawa their Plate, Watches, Wearing Apparel, aad vanoot other Goods, and arc not able to rvdccm theismc again. (tbey,ar� hereby infurm'd, that if they arply to Mr. Clemfas. (the Original in this Way) at the George in the Great Old'Baily, or the Swan in Sidibory-Court. f lm e (orthwiih fdd to the bcft Bidder. All foru of Goods bought, altito' aot j^wn'd.. Whereas mamr Peofdc pa�?T� tbeit tlaie, Watcbes, Weariag ApparMjpad oiitcr ioiu of Goods i they may have them r^ccmcd. la order to be forthwith fold to die bcft Bidder i likewife Goods bought. alihoHgb MX pawn'd, and Money lent oa Plate and Watdles to near the full Value for a cettaia Time agreed oa. PieaCe to enquire for Mr. Clark, at tbe Rines and Key ia Fleet-Street. Remov'd from the Swaa ia Selifhory-Coatt to the Two Rings and Key, next Duor but one to the White-Horfe Inn io Fleet -Street. The regular Pi^>ficiaB. fo famous for the fpecdy and effectual Cure of ail VcnerraJ Difordcn after Dr. Bocr-haavc i Method., is remov'd from Johnfon's Court. Fleet-Street, to the Golden Actom in the Old Baily. the eighth Houle fromLudgatc Bill, where is contlant Attendance, .iitd .Ad\ ice and Medicines on eafy Terms 1 alfo convenient Lodging*, if the Caife rcquiiiest. The Pabiick ii heitby iiifoiia'd that Dr. Smyth conti nuck to cure, bv �he Appfobation of the faculty, all Kinds of Ruptures in both Sexes. Hii Method is by a peculiar Courfe of Bandages, and other oumard Topi^k*, which give no Pain as 'iruires, Caadieks. i.c. do. for theCon-veniency of his City Patient), he hai Apartments at Mrs. Acoti'�, a Milliner, in Finch-Lane, aear the Royal F.x-change, �vhcre te atlcad* every TucMay and Friday, from Nine in the Morning till Two in the Afternoon, and the other Week-Days at his Hoafe in So Jtbampton-Stri-et. the third Door fr:  ^tot':. Price. Sottlb'Sea Stock, iiO Price l>iito 0;<''A  g. t^i-.k Annuities <746t 106 j 8thi. Ditto '747. no Vrsc.-^ Ditto Lottery 1747, no Price. Bank Annmiics m^. no Price. Ditto 1740. 1O5   Ail nuities, no Price. Mrllioa Bank, no Pike. 6quivale> t', no Price. Ro^al AffurAnce, n  f&riftcc, no Price. Engliih Copper jt. $s. Seven per Cent. Botpertur'i Loan, no Price. Five ptr Cent ditto. n6 Price.   Bsnk Cireulation, 5I. Pircm.   India Honds 4I. a this   JDrfy   ii   tui-l,jb'd, BIocMbAMiA BiRit ARNICA : or. Tht; Livfa �r the in�lt mnlntnt jPERSONS ivhti have AwvitiAM tnORBAT RAtPAiN ini IRELAWD, rv�m ih� ttiirUtft A�<-i4(|wA to thfjlrv/ent T'mni Co(ttO�Sfrom iht belt Authorities, txitti Pr litdi^ Mii MitAi and Cm, Bathurft, Tonfcn and Ditptr, AoMnlVa, lQ�in|t��� \Ut/� ai^ Oepftt. �       .........-,- -7".-------------- Of wh�m may be htd, tbe Firft and Second V(tlamft UK, Not*. Crnilenntn whis hate tafctn in rb>t Wvrb amltif, ani4�8r(i| to r�(f�A g>�tr V.olttinti lboa,,thert b�|:n| but Itw{��niiit(agof/CHtna Numbers, uctaliontd by aa e�tr��t  . ....: -v\ ^hifD'iy ispuH}pi*ir ^ i< for y*tw ^740; T^H^ Mdl^itur Hevievt.   GiV'mg an X Account, 'wtih ^^roj^ Abltr*^ it, and IdtiiAt from, tVe atw Books, Paniphlttt,      ai .tbt; coitie out. Thfi NHmoar conuittS a.VUw''^f th� fell'iwinn OooXs. IwM of, Strraon*. f�MUh'|. Coiietufiim dr tni Aceoiiat of Lonl B"-T~*t three Ut*in, . 6. A�aunt of the firft tbiM Hun^ b�rt of (ht 0 rlt>fWi|tira. OKb  fcrondVa- Printed Air k. rSriflltbs, >t tht Oundad Hi Lai)|*tt>l$treat. � Note, Ntftnbfi T!l, for Jnljr, wtl\ bt ptiMiOi'd on tbe i^tf AufoAi anri the rebixttioo will be legularly continoil on th a*/^*rfi     . With  hi, M(,ifftf$ Unai PrhiUigt  umd  tM*lik*X: h out hrgi hlimet O^avt, (Ffht ^iikiiiJ6i.) ANew GtogMphkal and Hiftol-tcw Swimn^aej^ wherein tbe Ceocraphieal Part liuly morftrn, aftd |hii (inftoti State iif the ttvcral K.ln|doms of tht World It fo Uumtfmki, M V>i*Miiit the Studv ol Qeogratohy both anttrtaintoc and ioAmtttte. C�iui>ia iha Wofld th sanaral) to i*^ day tmUt Racwn-mtaditfon la this Pjper. ^ Navy-Office, jti�#      17^0. THS Priiuifal Q0iatJ-4Ui4 Cttnim^itHtrt #/ /� Ma',>f!fl Ifutyvivt Notiie, that an'fharfiLt^ thttib p/ii-rt Mi'^tt^ af Ttn a'CUfi in tie Mfrning, iltj -luiU ixfofe tt S.,U tit ti*i O^ee, fivcral Ptcrtilt cf tU^tarti, laid nfjrt in t�l, /� hi \Mnjffiyt Yard at Si/rtrnifi, vclitrt nil Pt.rjOat wbv ure xil-Iwg to Piirf forty liayi after tht Ony of Suit, the Defsft jLall U Sf'l^l, and bttome the Pref?rty af tht Ct 11. n. Lottcry-Oflke near the I'.xctiequci, Jjnc t'y TllF. CnHUnijfiQiiin for exiLu-fi/rt'iicifi fi tK' L.tif-y 1748 Jit Ccrli,^^../ti ^f'l kiltye, thft ihf ufi- i-fi.fr tht Pi,if.t of cLf'ig liar Cj/rMiji^^.ijK, dot l^-.k. lo-.-rt-'tt �lt Ptrjoin fo(ji{leAof'fi ' ift f.'if/ L.jttCj hm yu r's./d \j Jet w#* * tfyvff* ^f.fj^tn uj  t li^tit   If ire fi'in i.ijt;iij n*t ^(j r-'Ur f*r Ctrtijinitti, itre di-JiitJ to hiipc if.- E i:n i>:g^ t' yt.J, j'ir ihr Ci)tnm;jJiLii iii'ig ohif li'Jid, tie Aiaini-i>_ ut Ctri'f. \,ir! jt liduli thM jhiili he then H.i(>tttretf,   uiJl it i.tlcnjjj i^ii L-^rd ALr.ori v*' r.'/i City ftr jit in iljt Gmal- ^UF. Cvr.i"!ilt.-r of tV/flW^f C.-j-n-J afft'.r.ttd fr .*Ai...>�rf 7 th .f t)th cf July luxl, til Tin ii'Cluik in i(-f Fvrtnoit, to rati'Xt frufiftiU far Jejfun^ Ciir-ieti, Platjli'Ki ttnd Mufcm H't,/1. ; in iht ttutzei tut tit Dntuin^i unj Pa/lt.nlcrt ttuiy k* JtJi �/ tht ALu)/ii*-lL^ t^tr%jMa.   

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