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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 4, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The  Daily Acivertifcr. r V li S D A V,   j 1 1 Y 4 Oeul,   July 2 H V. Men' of War arc fail'd for the River.   No Shiiu in the Downs Wind liaU bv North. Vcllciday arrivpd a Mai! from Hot-LA-t) a"d one from France Ni^lft, Jn>u- 17. The Piratvs �>ll Harbary have bfg'in to appeu aunin in thelc Par.s, and we hear that they hu-e lately taken a Veffcl from Ifchia, ladt-n with Wine, aiuJ m^dc Slaves cf the Cr-w Upon Advice of ini>, the Ring's Ci lleys have receivtJ Orders to fail without Delay, in order to g'.ve Chacc co thefc Pirates. Rmct Jime 21. The Damage which the late Storm did in this Ciiy, and in the Country, is more tonftderabte 'than was at hill imagin'd, and wc hear that about 2000 /^recs in this Neighbourhood were blown.down.      % Florener, Jiinr II. The Troops which the GovervfibiMt of thi� Dutcliy fent a few Days ago to Carpcgna and ^ca-i((jIino, have taken J^oflVfli )f> of rhnfe two Fiefs in t^e jiame of the limpcror and of the F.inpirc.thofe which the Pope had fcnt thither having rciiicJ at thrtr Approach. Giiioa, Jum zi. It was propos'd to n'lhge j'l the J^Htp that come from the Ports of ilie Mediicrran an. and pir- -fifiilnrly ihnli- friim   \ r^ih.^rn   in prrfnrm (^i.ircining for fonic Day.'; but this Piopoi.il hai been rojct^f-.d, as too prt.--juiiicial to Trade, rfpeua'Iy as the inhabitants of tiiv-te Ports are in pcrfcO Health Venia, "Jum ?.8. Le fr.'* ffoin ConUantirtopIe. d.-.tcd the 3d hilL adviff, that a -"Carc^fy of Provifions hai wer/ ymucii incrcnlcd there for fame Weeks pall, \v('tc1� tie People imputed to the ill Conduct of the (Jovcami t�. and had fevcral times feduioon/ affsnibL-d : fhst on lae i3d of May an abfoluic Rebellion was appr?hciidev; . That Co great a Diflatisiaiflion prc-.iiils anion^ft the P^j.' .tace, ' e Turl^ilh Garden, where a great many of tnc Nobility of both Sexes were afictnblcd The Marlhal came back ihc a7tli from Polnitz, where Ee went to fee Count Rutowfui and the Chevalier Sax-, h * Brothers.   The next Day he jutonipanivJ ^.s^^.tU-- andi the Princes and Piiuccnv-j n u tlic Clardci ot the Court,'to fee the Pcrlonuar.ces u\ t.ii- Rr>fe DjrKtr-. I fee Generals and other Odicers of Dil^nctio.! fV.-^k to jray their RtfpeiU to ih.T. Gtncia!. Berliii, 'July 6. It is siTuicJ, that Martlial Saxe wtU come 10 this Courr bi fore hi. Return to t*'rance. Brii�>!s, July-J TiA'cral - I'crions in tliii Country ire OTTiflcd, unutr t)u jucio o,' .lavui^ cirru'J or, diilu^ti^e late War, a Coirripoiul n*c Airli (ht F.tnch Cieaer.t.'i Piuis A-hi main, Jufy 7 IV.t lall Letters froai Gcno'-advifc, tl.a: t'l- 1 \ It ;3i]jj;.roii \vlii-:i had bttn to trui'^; upon the CoriAtn ol Bar.ivtr; , r; urn d, I'-it.i toc Jaur Galliots 0/ I'uni', whuii iiuy to^k near BjaiUcio. m wliicii were 1C9 ciavcs. '\ 'i A Coiiip. ; h  of lr.11 tc at li.eii I)  11 r  . r.tf, ui oii ^cndi;iot� iuit be I'aid Oiii' .1 i\ j^c uat ui   im   y :*5e \j ili-d ,'i III 1. liulc V ar ation. ou Sj.n I .Nine aid I'livclve. ait :tc !    ..tr ;  ana     ti'.rj fiai,. .n , I ppoll e to �.i.:tjrj{(f"i 1 .    a lion h\ t   I'laired lid all \'citcrii^ji i-i jc- >  1 .'   Hi f Iccc blrc .1 u . . .  . r      ."iiioe l..i.r,c.   ihc y i.i-d  the S^ca^i at Sailors, was again exhiu.i  I day Night between tbi.- '.1 Bancli of Ciiapcs, a (c* [)o bctw ccn I'wcK i" ar.d ( \\>. ^ Coft'ec-Houfe, Temple ^ . Spctlators, \v{\Q exjirvii ^ . Huzzas.    Gnat D.'Jij^i-.n. moving the Goods,     . Gaiden, IJriJges Sirtif     . > . pinvdcr Alley anJ Kn^^ >  i.u. Old Haily, &c. for k-i. if .:.eir bei lacicding Rtpicfci'iAuoi's .'Xuout 'i'wo o'ClocI: \\;lord iv Atisrr.'  , an .\;:-r.-': wa^ made to entertain the S,vv:i:or; wi::: n.- :i:nc ^-,at at a Houli- in the Old Ua.ly , I i: 1. il. '  ' lo.r l.j:'".is -l    c Can, Siiip, by lii^Oii'.i'r, in Jialpicio'i       i ItoK-n a llu ot  llcti ; vvlacli n-c   ;" aiul It ari'.u'i'if. b,   me A.-.-ic toniniu;.d.T lu- a R j.ii; to p .;. i t\'>cKo l.u'hcs (it a 1^ ji >! iiuie '. i I. O.irl Maiiul .   ill'- Jarv. at cr four lioi:r.\ a �! a.'u-r X'truil 1^1 llic Sun '1 l,f (�...� c-   i  .    ex-..:- r". -  '   .        i �^;n.r..-i' a 1 o.w....:, Vc \-rdj, la .... an .-V-rr? -c - r . c 1 I.111.;: tJ   U.i; V. . a      in u    .1:1,  c �   . i aiS    L. 11 'ii! 1 t  c... . 1 -  a   1   lal cf     r �|i,niiraA .n,:  ' -.a-� � jgatr.t' ibe ^jrts'�. for ciufiig thcPlaintifT" to tcciive five ^ Doitn La&es on lK��td the Ship for ncjictling to u�u.c "ii boati la M*}k�*c H�jh,^.ir. according to Order, and for r.ix ippeai-iBg ofi b.Ard for fcveral Weeks; when it ap pear:F;g to the Comi that the Plaintiff b�d dcfertcd before, atn! t^at tfee  :f�'� �r:crded it as �n Ind-Igenttr, (o pre vent      beann mcJ l�y a CouttMartial, the Jjry, aticr w-iCuJ^ravteg f^Tisc Tiote, found a V erdicl for the Uticndant. wt:lt4 Co��l� of *iiit l.iH. '^Vttk dici 2T bii Houfc ia Bruton-Strcct near BcrkrUcT >(jTi*w. VV dham Curkon, Efq: only lliodur 10 ^tr .\'siki%,Tc2 Cu^zao, Bar^ By his' DcAth a real aiiJ F�H^r-a�I E JMj c� 8.-lC^ol. dcfcerds to Sir Nathaniel. Vt2r.:idla5-  of the Peace for tlic Couiity of -.�>�. �B tkuuh Office fie beiiav'd hinifelf ai a >vorthy "J-lag-:!r*�c, �T\dia all ^is Franlaflions' as a Merchant, \s ith liitc ti:cna^ llosout and Fidelity. Oss SoniJjy Dr. Handyfide, of Rei!-Uon-Si] are, nn unta^m :*feij|6ria�, was nuriicd at Peterlham Ch.ipcl to Ml* i'ocicitc-..a near Relation of ihc Lord Cujllchavcn ; a jro3�g IjlJ; of gtra: Meiit, with a very gat.d Fortune. "1 c-c RjTgiT, liitoper. from the .South River in Mary-L�t~'. l^^T^ivii 100 Lr�g�e� to the VVellwardj the Cresv wa� usILcn �:p fev a '. reiichmato, and tarried into iiavre dc Gtice. 4.ja Friday-Mij:M t^-ree-Fellaws-a�ei�ptgj-to rob Mr ,f   V. .: -.1    I'.i..' . 1 Vi^'iii* B-i..    :-'K V..,-   it', ,        J 1 1.. t 1 I �  a Slifi-  LJ//..-     : n jr.i.'.. I... r, ,..     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