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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 8, 1749, London, Middlesex                                le er I SATURDAT,  Jvtv 8,   17 49- Df'iy  July 6 \\\% Outward-bound,   except  the Dutch Skips; �rc Tatted    Artivcd, rtom Hall, the puke of Cumber-limt, Thompfon. for L�shorQ and iitnatk t   the Dornville,   Younfc from St. Kit'i ;  the AnnapoiH, Cleveland,   from   Antigua j  the Mary, Gerrard,  from Vitginia j the Samuel and Judith, Griffith, from New-YoI^O]f|l Highnefs the Duke MaAcr-Crtncral of ihcOrdnancc, M the room of his Grace the Duke of Montagu, deceas'd. Her Grace the Dutchcfs Dowager of Moimgu lies at ne Point of DcatU in Privy-Garden.   Her Grace kept her f| Bed for dune Time before the Duke's Death. ^ Laft IVefday was launched from the King's Yard at I ^ilinouth, a line new Sloop of War called the Wafp, % Command of which wc hear will be given to Capt. ^ueape. _The ^QlQriufo, a Spanilh Man of War taken by his *jdcSy*lMlp the RaUcl, is bought up for the Jaervice of 'Ponogucfe Majctty. YcAcrday died, very rich. M hit Hoafein Sat^vitle-Surct, Piccadilly, John Campbell Hamilton, Efq: aged 80. He changed bis Name fome Years ago .from Camnbell to fiamilton. in order to poAefs'a large Ellate in Ireland. On Thiirfday died Sir PVancit Lamman, Knt. at his Scat at Northaw, in Hertfo dOiire. YeOerday a Bill of Indidnent wai foand at Hicks-Half, for the County of Middlcfcx, agaioR (evcral Pcrfot^s con cern'd, for felonioufly and riotoufly beginning to demolifh and pull down the Star Tavern in the Suand, near Temple-Bar, laid on theStatute of 1 Geo. I. Cap. And at Mr. Attorney General came into Court at juftiee-Hall in the Old Baily, and mov'd on Behalf of the Crown, that the Witneflcs for theJBang, byreafon of theShortnefs of Time frace ^ Comniiflion of the PaA, could not be ready 'rilne enough to try tht Pcrfbns indited at this prefent SefSoh, the Court for that Reafon thought fit to put off their Trials until the next* and order'd the Panici to remain in Cuflody until that Time. Ycllcniay twenty-one Prifoners .tvere tried at the Old Baily. Ex .of whom were capitally convi&ed, viz. Valentine Godwine::an<)  any of Butchers, Plaintiffs, and an , Eidfcmn and Cheelemooger, Defendant, for cttrcifing the Ttadeof a Botcher, behaving not ferved fevcn Years to the Trade; and after ikuny learned Debates on boih beriet.coiDauttedi in the County of Sulfex, &c: in Company with foiir othets, not yet uken, but whoni be ha* impcaclted. - -  �  ^ Tomorrow Morning a Charit)r Sermon will be pftach'd ,^ in Sir George WhMter'j Chapel, near Spital-Square, Norton-Falgate, for the Banejit of thirty Charity Girls belonging thereto, by the Rev. Mr. John Ogihkt liiffionary from the Society for Propagation of the Go^pd in forci^ be ready to attend Griitlrmen and X.adic> at tbcir cn Houfc.�. if rc�pir'd. By .in approved"nd fuccrfsful l^tki.'od' of l*ra�!ticc. he cares alt (nrV'cJ Difonlen in the Rcad,^ alfo the Rheumatitm ami Sciatica. ' Hgh W�er ai Londo-i-Bridge ihu i\\y at j8 IkUnutet; after 4 in the Morning, and 51 alter 4 �n the Aftemeon. Vcilcrdsx Biuk Stock wai 1 }6 I S(h a i 4th.    India .Stock no Price.   Sooth-S� Stcck, no iMce.   !Dttto CH(l .<\uniutic�. ic6 J Aths a 7 Sth*.   Ditto New toj j l^ti for the Opening.   Bank. Annuities 1746, bO Price.   Ditto' 1747, 105 a I 8ih. Ditto I^tfery 174j^. no Prke. Ba vr� no Price.   Rn|^lith Copper, no Price.    iJevcn t � Price.    Btak Circulation. $1. Prcm.    India BfTGCj 4I. m 41. tt.. ; This   Day   is pttbli/hU^  ' > tnth   n:* maj ksty'*  iin�t (Dtiitattd t0 ihe Mtrtiantt tf lirfat B'tttti/ti      ^ ACowol<:te Collrtaion of VOYAGED nni  nl!|n�>tr4 4.>�i| A�||�t (ircrtnt Itmej iiKiuililif ptiti�il�i ActouuM >f i>>c Ma�i>fta�tts      'i t;ontnmt� of nch Country. *1 it.l el L Qn Wftdnelday laft four Men were tried by the Couri-nwtial at Portfmonth, for running atvay with the Chefler-lUd Man of War, when aifier a long Trial thrc? of them tacquiucd. aiwl one Ballard was found guilty. The Purccll, Capt. Fuller, bound for Tortola, from nRoi. is lo!ll on the Rocks near the former. Wc hear that John Spooner^ Efqi is fwora one of the Uuincrt in Out High Court of Chancery, in the room Ar, Trevor, Efqi who h�s rcfign'd; and that .-�~� icke, Efq: is fworn in one of iLc Six Clcil;!, in. the im of Mr. Spooner. bear /rom Cambridge, that fcveraj Peffoas pf Quf-&e.~ had Degtccs coniinr'd upon ihem at the late "itlon. Rev. Mr. Lloyd., fecond M�ilerof Wirfluiioiler-|ool.  was created a D�.ftor in Divinity    and Mr. ' BiiTirBo) cc a Doflor in Mufi'ck. ^pn Thuriauy laft waa hcU a General Quarterly Coun of Govcrnwii of thc Middlefexlloipital, when, the ufual ils oi.     Daybcingover, Dr baton �va� (uniaimoully) * PhjAtuu to the iaid HolViul. Paru, and Chaplain in the.City of Albany in Amarica. Tomorrow two Sermons will be ptcacb'd at St. Barthcdomew the Great, n^r WeltSibithfield. fbr the Benefit of the Charity Children bmongins to the fakl Pariflt i that in the Morning by the Rev. Mr.KarrUbn, LcQvrer of St. George Queen Square; and that ita the Aftemo6aby the Rev. Mr. Ditton. LeAurcr of St. Marv Iflington. 'Qie fame Day two Charity Sermon will be preached at St. Olave't, Southwark. for the Benefit of fony Girlr, educated in she Charitv-School of the faid Pi|ri|I) : That in tlte Morning by the Rev. Mr J� Milei, Mrs. Miles, nnd others.; Mr. Rooker and Mifs Agnctta will fing feveral new Songs. Tumbling, by Mr. Hendrick, Mr. Tartfey, Mr. Jaijno, Mr. Miles� and others. To which will be added. Whitfuo Holidays, or Harlequin, at Greenwich. The whole to conclude with the '1 riumphs of Peace. Each Pcrfon to be admitted for a Pint of Wine or Punch. At Sadler's Wells, Iflington, thii Evening, Mr. Hemlkiik, Mrs. Smith, and Mifs Lowe, wtU itng fcvwal new Sones; with Variety of new Dances by Mr.iiarvcy, Mr. Vantier-fluys. Mifs Baker, Mrs. Hough, and others Several new Tricks in Tumbling, by Mr. Dominiqac, Mr. William>, Mr. Pedro, and Mr. Frances. The whole to conclude with bcipio Africanui, or Harlequin Grand Volgi. Esch Pcrfon to be admitted for a Pint of Wine or Punch. Great Variety of all K'mds of ufeful and ornametal fccond-hand Plate and Watches, at Prices extremely low i alfo much Choice of larg^ and fmall new Plate, ciiafcd and pbua, finiihcd by the belt Wotkmen. and in the roolk elegant Tafte, for Exporutioa or othcrwife, continue to be lold at Mr. Stafford Brifcue's old Shop, the Comer of I'>iday-Strcet, Cheapfidc, the Golden BaU only, who gives as ufual the mofi Money for Qnantitics of old Plate, Watches, and Jewck, and for fuch as are pawned. To be fold, at the Suifex Coffce-Houle the Corner of Cow-Lane, Wf^-Smitbfield, juft come from Oxford, a regular Sortroflat of grizzle, brown, cut and full drct's Pcriikea, all made ip thenewell and naateft Fafhion, and chtiapcr aikd better thm any e�pofw),to pdUick Sale. All Orders, for Exportation or any part of Bnglaad will bfiduiy iObevM.   Fredi Goods every^ortnight As feveral of iV# Nobility and Geetry, Gnce the Couclufion of the I'cace, travel in FoiciAn I'aru, Mrs. Du fiois begs Leave to remind her Cuftoqier!. and fnform others, qf the Convenlency of her Potta|iIe Solip. or folid Broth, ufeful on . joitrnevs. or at Sen, or for the more ready making Gravy Sauce 1 in Cakes lof a |>(oprr ,fi*e,to m^ke one Mefs each, in Quantify thrte or four (3ijl�. Tliis ufeful CommoJlty wtU ne�'cr fp<;il,' if kept'diry. and is diffulv'd in a few Minutes in boiling Water. There are alio fome of Veal and Fowls, fome of Fowlis only, aud fome of glutton. Price 6 d. each, or js. a Dozen, in a Tin Bo.v, for Coovenicacy of Car uage, and to keep them dtywSca. Sold by Eli^ DMyai�.t at the Golden He;iid in Prujran Court io the C^rca^ Old |UUy-' John Basket. Surgcqo, well known for his great Abiluy andSucccfsin upwaras of ihiriy Years IVa^'lice in the Cure of Dcafoefs, proceeding from told. Fever, IVin, Infliiu-mattoiy, impollbumatran, Ulcvrs, Rcla.\atiunuf the ry;iiptt-aum, and unnaiikral ObttiytUons, begs Leave to acquuinr (he Ptiblick, that he may be appl) �d to at hit ilOufe facing the Bull and Gate Inn inHolj;io fr. I>rint�4 for Mdl'. Vt-H�mft, im Nrw^trett, mMr Fkn^trufi\ LmdHt, giwi N�titr, THAT (he is to be confuIttKl and i|>6kt whh in *il <'i ^*. ix Mon4�y*, WoldAt)*. nd Ft'dajri,4t toy N.^iroftiteDuy ; which D �f ha*  brvn � >! iMsii^ : lOO Vtari |itft, wilbuut Inturm'lTuin, ty %St iwt V.nijW. A* �m MK JoncD, an4 has p.aa!�'d ttnh fisat -M^'.t Ur%\i Im Kf^utt at tMcntf YtSrt put. ^ Sbi ^Mi f �& in ijit BMft actitr Paim la tb* ^�s. aai witlmtt Oso* ' CneiMMtoch: Patitntt. .     > NAte. ihi>i� IViioni th�i live eat ot Town, wi'tl fi�i Act^siatMliam �t her HoMft nil eyed __" '    � ^"   ^ Na�-y-C*lRce. July 4, I749-     � TUE PrittcipaSOft.n attd QuRmifsmr, �/tb MtftJl^V in/fant, mt Nine Cloei in the Sie'rtatff� CktKxi^k)^ t'itn^un^h iviiJexfo/it t9 SaU ttt its OJittin lit At^/r* JW�r P^WHi/ii fivfrtd Partilt of iMSiQtn I^J cf^t-tM l*tt, ier JCiijf �i� old Si&h Md Camrat, tStta ,� B tiafi'Mi$eiijr to ik* ^Irtajwtr of kit Miytjh^t K^evf, �mJ tait *Ati^ tl>('J^ lot), in forty Days aft, st, 4:re n-f.j,, the rtft in lie fficerai Ouupatiir,, tf iU�. H'i.u. BUnJ, Oa/ttrUny,  DnjUl,  Ssni.b,  UMjhr,    D^b^.'^, X.f^//im, fVfJib und Sbiiri,  Bamfeid, Dace, /�),�''". Mi.rJi, Dry and R-*. u - ^ *. D    t>   AM AS, ' I .'*f fuller. om tbt re ttxfty. i {1. t}it-'hrt(i ul ilu I    Older c�' til^EtJOHj^ANS Itlwifio/  '�� Chjpicr, ate litrttr'ii To tPfrt  lu �b  tiu.* ie ---------   ----_.....,...Ur nr.r. jt S rT> t'CUsk fa'the LTCiia r itK Year nduk�. Ur Ot#pj vf ths, V.ie Vi*w�<. yt * ) N   

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