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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 6, 1749, London, Middlesex                                JLViii   July 4. RRIV t U the SanH. Tnl^ Irain Anitgoa i the 'I lytcM. Rc�4 ffodi Al�:an$i iite Emperor, Jood, from Lriboii; a�id foar Datch IndiaiBni, from tbe \Vrfl�-anL Owht dowa, .kcT ciLibtiihcd ia CoificA, where tfecrc are every Day ExecaiiMtf of Robbers and Affaffics, 'which is very pleafing to die Genera!!:^ of thofc Ilha sa^i�c&. who connnacs to drink iKe Waters of Forges with^accefs, tecciv'd a few Days ago. as*a PrdRmt - ffOmtlkeKin{.iiaioveab(cHoafeof Woo^ of which fte Biakes her CoatMCtl-dtttaber : Thn Hoale was accompanied by two Teai9�. vrhitli tlut Priiioe& has oaicd to be filched near dicFoantaia, for her greater Omveaiency of drinking the Waters. - Iter Royal Hiithi t Day in the Woods, and utraAs by hef Prcfcnce fo great a ; Coacoarfe of People, tbat the Inhahittats of Porges arc oldiged to lie in Barns, ftc. M. Rouille. Minitler of tke Manne, will fooa fet out to vtCt fevcxal Maritime To�ras of the KiBgidom. and at Hie dune Time to ghre Ordets for the Ree&biiAmoit of the Marine npon a good Footing This Mioilkr will alfo lee fevcnd new Ships bwidied. FnM tit FSuttfl Qjzcttc Cw^toMM^. Mrf 10. On thi; {tk in9aat three Dcpa-titt ^rom tk� Rcgesqr ^ Alpcn. who are come hither to foDtdi: foiB� Men of War to pttkcA their City againfl the Qefigna oieditttM^ liy femal Chrifiian States, had an An-Wtfbt for dwt PafpoTc of the Gnmd Vhur, bat met with a troy ia^ieftnt Reoepcioas that Mtalltcr reproaching tkdn with the Exceflcs they daily cMBflut by their. Pica-ties, ih Vl^tioA of die Faidi of TMoies: tod at tbe iiaie inmc figiufying to the Depones, thit if dity did not alter tk^ CMdfia. the Giasd Sigpikir %o�ld withdraw frMB tkem his nMcAioa. MiMf. Tinr �6. By Letters received from Ckin� by the Snwdiih Sk^ latify arrnrted from tke Eaft Indies we have Adticr. dot the toar Spanijk Oonuaicans who were ^. aiteJied at diie fiune Time with the vcactable Spaialb Bifliop ' of the fiune Order, fincecmcated. having been f een flranslcd, purfuant to their Seatcncic,- which was confirmed by the emperor. Ex/ntS of a Lata- fnm ma mMthtztitk Ptrfm at Paris, iJttdt Jaif 8. * It has been fome Tune ago intimated in the publick * News Paper*, that M. Bloodel, the Minider from this * Court at ViiKKA^ had made a happy Beginning there, and * was generally wJI hked ; but by die laft Letters receiv'd * from thence we learn, t&at when this was publifli'd he * was not arrtv'd at that Court; he kavi:^ it's (aid, fince wrote hither, that a contagious Diilemper prtfvail'd at * Fitata which every Da> carrieu ctr Multitudes of all * Ages, Sexes, acd Cocduioai.       that all Endeavours * kad been ufed to co&ceal theie .4d vices fion Madam * Blondcl. but ?hat the had got IctcliigcRce of them, and ,* that this wa:> the Rcnfoa which had picvraicd him from * Muing fo foOR to f TcatCBi as he istc :�icd. As thcic is noiixh * Dillcwper at itiat Cty &s above related, this appears to * be a Bauter upoa M Bl^odci. and that they have the * fame Opinion of him in Fnsttt u ia odser Places where * he has Oeen rxnplay'd. * M.FoIbrd, Native of .d at dke Iadi�-Hoiti�, tli� Purfefi of the Duke Of Dorfet, Caiie. T�>oiri�F  of Wale*. Cip|�ln*f�bn Nlly;. iMth from Chlrta j with � Account, that the faid ShifK^wcm Anivcd fate oft Dover. They left the Wagrr, Hindmitn, between the Ifland of Madilgafcar and the Cape.   Thty (smc from St. -----from Ireland. ,        ^ We hear a Treaty of Klarriige wt)l ^oon Be cnnram-mated between William Thanit9n, Member of PAitiament for the City of York, Efqiahd the tided Daughter of John Myfter^ of Epfom, in the Cottnt]||; of Surry, Kfq: On Tacfday Night as a young Girl wai pUytng bv the Bank of the New-River-Head, flie fdl in, and wai drown'd. in the Sight of her PaKnti, knd fcv^ other Perfons. I ..s. . Yefterday the Seiioiii bej^n M die 6ld ftaily; Whepi twenty-three Prifoocr* were tried, three #hei�bf wet* clpt-ally convi^, via. William She|>hierd; and John Frjrer, allat Turpine, for Realtng a Silver Tahkard,. V^lue 81. the Propeity of Bfther Vandoe, ^Widonri atid Margaret^ Herf�y.^fbr tobhilig Robert tii4af �t^d WMUIitili Gold Ckain^ Value toL Ptftcea wct^ eaft for tW-borouion. end five acquitted. NciVfsflU, Jmljx, Laft Week the iMf of Sir Chatlei ^Lonuae, Bart, was happily delivered of a 00a �nd Heir, at ^iawkwell in the Countyof Northumberhod, to the great Joy of that' antient Family. Ediidmrght June Some Days ago ttierc wt's a Lftitib ^roBght^brth in-the KirktOwn4>f SkceB,^-Withia fix Miles I � of Aberdeen, with two Bodies, tw�> Heads, eight Feet, two Tails, but join'd by one Neck. Oneof the Heads had only one Eye, phced in the Crowti. Tfac People were fo afitightcd at this anufaal PxoduAion, that it wai left in the Fields and dcvoor'd: ^({h VV.i:cr at I 0".rfott-Wf!.lv;e tKi.� l>jn at n .^?t-ntw In tut i�'ftj'i>!umff iyjuTi, (f*ntt fiH-rJ tf^ ^ ANeiVUtogripitcilafd iii^ rival ra.m�ri whfM'h the vjff>��n!j>ir�! l'*it ii tuily mixlmo. tV ^ufir-t StlW �ftht>t�rtr�l Km^doiMi ot ih Wo l< ft��(lt�blijr ent��U'n^�^ ��J i-.���fli��. C... *-v:.   LaB >�u vww^>r'if Ike WofUj' th�ir Citin, thitf T6wi��, Hiflitfj. fn^tnt Snw. ^tve F�X|ntor CjovrrnrMnit, rotces, Rtrenuet, T�s<4, Knv4i� M wV-|n�^A|](.Svtnt�. Together �ith in Atc�ttnt �4 lU Air, SwI, frs�t �T.. tt|uftrat(4 wUh a Stt 6* twenty ��< nt* M�f� ��* �h�f�**��l Ce*�* tiir|| rftlirn bv lb* Dirt^NM of Mr\ Stlmon, �n tr*�* r^V i&i�y ti^tfyiect that tit WtdmJIrt tk* ttthuf'jah mtrnta im tbt Ftren^, ihty 4viU ht mtjf la tir*tt -tt iVS><-* P.^dSwr^** � ShiftMHVepIt idtb Pkvifiuts, tit tiutj hm, / (;,,;, ,/ the 'fun. i,J .1g''iirr.ir.l, '.ifuh lyp/'t i, Ij hi ji,if.il,J to th, Ciuu'i, / . Putty iL(! U.I f.iy ih, /Wy if //v I'unhiif, M^tU) li ir.- 'fr.. u/.i uf in iU/�/')�) S.iy, i,i..l lid, i.-u ,iy ik J..t,i I      ,i l^il, />")J "It" ti'r t),iy c/ b,t,     ,1111','/],,,, �iJv .i>c frvf, 7 f.t th. f-l.f nJ PUJU I>.  >, i6,,�7f i^, iP, ��, 40* /tqWW tit reft in th* fp-'tmi Oetiifetiimt tf Mt�. WkHu FllmK Otitfeilettji, Dnpell, Smth, IFtlfttr^ D^^Acr. .VSwI^'&it fFficib ttitd SJmrf, Barnfif/d, Du(t, titgram, A&iafi, Sjfmis, Diy and Ray, Ttiyhr, Eda.ardst ttnd F.'vtrefi^ 4. TtMnty-t^vo Mtfuaga cr Ttnkmntiit 'ther cr Jiit^ly, at tit Ofiiat y tic Bttilrt. And that the /aid 0-will r.ni-ie Pr.^^.f.^ls fir Jiif^j;piss Plaiftenri (Voti at the Poultry C^Nfur j / -n-Ji Pini.uitrs of      S'- A M A N. y^m^^dlir^ B it    N 1 1' O R D - i' U R nI' I K fe. E 'rrullccs of Breiicfurd- lurn|i�kc mcft ai tlip I'jtUh irf nn Tunilnm-tJiocn en SatiuiUy ocw, i�w ioflant, at Ten oCiocic m the Igrcnuon. j. Berrow. CInk. I *HE Trutlets for cnbfging thi-Mirbour ac I Kiiiirgar-, luvV AwtXtX, tli.ii thnr wM M-ttnij tSttU 5� Tomcngw, �i tlrven o"i l.ik, �t th- Otficf vjt th* ClMy^**:-.^* t�t Scimca iii the Mttchanti S.tivnc,  ril FicKjo.*. A     t 1. I O r    ,V:,,rf.j;rr. T HEUEAS the Aa palltl ii the hSi SrfCuni o( I'iirliamcni \*x nuliin;; 4 \fst iltttj-et in t!* .Silc of Fifli 111 ll'c Cit/ ui Wclliii nlirr, �n.l |. , �^itxm-r.ir.-^ tfc- tvre-rtiliilip *llvi Ulonilpoluing of fllfl, *f).l i f Jil.y.i.i,- fiW "-.^.r ,r \At under the pimcufiunj mrnti.n'd ui i L'Uufc f./ui > n.-t m if! t x\t Aril y4ar of liif Utr MjJHIv', Rcipn, m   �<)t' h(� M fttt. , lU . ; th.it llie dr/t Meeting of iht i'rurtcc-- i'tu puf nj   t^4.r.t. at (^  A.-gtu Ju New I'nUce-Vuii, Wcltnvnliri, tx f>�e u'CUvk ui iL: .U       tt TIIE Imlepcndcnt I'leiftors of Wcfttatn'Ur are defir'd to meet Toanriow. ih* 7th xn9..cx^ u cite l>x� iniJ Anchor T * �imk-niemontc the noble Slru((!e ihey mailt id Sip^i-Jfl oJ l!.�t lajtsTeTArwifv. '"^HK Brerlimi of the Anricnt .tn;:! \ ftiui-jri* k (Jr.ler   of  t;REt;Oit' ANS   l)el.Ki;cj   u   .f. K Chiptci, 'J'o*cr-Stir.r|, aie Urfii J     nicc�     tht inocruw Kkcaiii^, loti* m\ tlir 1 .nc jjiJ 1*1 ..i t � !t... 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