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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 10, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The M O N D A Y.  J u L V io,   1749, ~ilHB Duke of Cvtnberland, Thoinp fon, for Leghorn and Genoa, i$ faird. Caihe down and fail'd. (h� Marjr. Rogers, for DaUm ; andlUic Sandades, Morrifon, for Lifbon. Arriv*d, a Ship and Snow, Uiere Names no: kaown. �kith the Montagu, Mathews, from Kicfale, are all fail d for ike Rtrcr. The Dctch Iniiiacian remains. - Wind S. E hjE. Since our laft artiv'd a Ma'.l from Hollako. PrUrfimrgls Ji"^ Officers arrive �lailjr kere from the Army employed lately in Gcrmavjr. who report, that there Is a loffictent BodjroF Troops in the conquer d Provinces to affeuible an Army of upwards of looooo Men in leA than fittccn Dajs; bcfidcs which, an additional Corps of fcve-ral thoufiind Coffacks and Calnincks. which are acbiallr oa their March, is expeOed fliortljr there. It b faid. that la lefs than fix Weeks Time, twcn^ new GaUiet. whkh the Court had ordered to be built; will be re^dy to )pn to 8ea^ *xA that there are fufficietit Materials in thefev�r�l , Yuds to build twenty more. Letters from Mofcow ad-yife, that a Fire broke out there on the loth on the other Side of the River Saaza. which by timely Atfilbncc being brought, no greater Damage was done than that of bum-ing twenty Wooden Iloufps,-Our laft Ad^tcc^ fromCrai- 'ftantinople bring, that the Pone caiifed Troops to dcEle from Day to Day towards Afi;^ ivlKre Ihe is reiafbrciog hetfelf very confideraUy j whether it be with a View to decbre War againft Perfia, or to indemnify herfcif for the Difadvantagca fuflainM by the laft Peace, is not known. Tlry write from the Ukraine, that the LocuHs which commiued fo much liavock in that Provi.-icc iail Year, and which have lately appeared again in great Numbers, �te entirely dcftroycd by the cxcelbve Cold which has pre mil'd there for fome Time paft. ' - . Miirid,' ywte 14. Great' Preparanons coiRiene to be Mde for the Enurprize againft the Algennes, but as this A^jiuncnt will be attended with very great Expence. the Arrival of the Well-India Fleet is impauently exjpc^ed, in ontar to fdtniih the Trcafure. The Kin|^ bas^this Expc-diti^oi very much at Heart, and is determin'd to^ac it In Bxccutiooas foon as poffiblc. the Advaaugics which^will ai;craefrom ibe Succds of'it being very con&lpable, as - theKii^pni of Kaples and. the Powers of Italy .aUied to the Crpwn dLSjpain. will % that Means be beKc/cnabl^ to carry on:t|{ieir Trade all cSver jhe Medicertancui, Lt/n*. Jia:gi^.~ Itl� ccfc^ia t&at the Kio'ij^ ai; the la-flaoce of the Cparts of Spain and Romc^ has rciolved to A in-Concert with>thcm againil the Barteiy Ro^'cr*. and for that Forpofe haS given O.ders to fei cjt twjc Men of War of fcventy G uns, one of fist)-, and tw^ of &f{fy. toother with'four Frigates.   It is faia that the lace Efiid; iiliied -to J>revcnt Luxary. will fpcodily be mitigated by'^a new, on*,, n otder to IclTcn the Injjry Commctce wotdd r�lUii' la' cfcfe theold one fubfiArd without Alteration. , Parma, Jutitxd. l"he Tnfuit Duke has been indnceJ to,quit his Country Palace at Sa!a by the Sh!t>ci  upon which d^cy deUvcr'd him over to the inquiW fition, who inerrug^icd hioi with g>cat tTare : But the Dcp fitiuas wbic'i he mat'e spftared to have fo littl^, of' Irreiigion ard SipcriltMop in i-bcm, thai it fuffcred biu to becood-mmd lu oie b; the C^ut^Martiai. Stockholm, Jufy i. A vrr^ Confiticrable Rcmhtiace ha| hicly b�tn made here by the Way of Hamburgh frvm Paris : Ii is giv�n out. that ^ is priocipatlydefigno^ to ac-^Icrate the ConlirufUoa of the Men of Wjr wbicd 'are' bailding, both in the King's and privafr Yard^ for the tJfe of France. Thofe which have already (ailed far ti:c . Ports of that Kingdom, have been deeply iadeii itfirri Wond, Iron, Hemp, and all Kind of Materii onltaci aod Rc�rl. we do not ^�aruii2C the   tW lluuoarof cxer-cifing in the Pretence of ki^ Msjctly. aiij >^ grcMl>iUK>i> rt, two Ships A^iAf ladch from the Eail-lodics yiima, jftJjf i. X�'c Etn^eC-Qucen has apFMntcd the Counc de Cauniift Rttsbeig. her Ambalbdar at Me Court cf Francei the Prince d'Biternaft #t that of Spaiiv aad Use CSunt Je Collorclo |Lt tii.t of I'ufip. tat been rci' K J to etUbhlh'ii. in annual Fund fo^.tiic Scppir cn.t Rrfgfs^-tion of the Fonibcauon? gf the To^cj in UapgAr>      : Btrlim, ymij 1.   Great Preparftioo arc mlliLtKg here foe  thcRcceptlpa of Miiefiut Saao. and ji tsC amui Rceac, Elqi ViU ftKMi be created a Perrot Great Bn;ain. ItMiaKi Robinfon, Ef^^i is s{>p�tntcd Mi Sccreury. Hi" Majrfty hat been pleated to appoint Sir Chxrtes Hftn*; bury Williams and Jottn Anilis, Efq; Garter PHncipn) King of .Arms, to invril his mofl Serene Higkncftthc Margrave of Anlpach, with the Habit and Eniigns of the moH N dL to the. Univciltqr of Cambridge, for ^nikM^|(:A^itioiis to thfr Libraries ^h�t Univcf&ty. an' to be ;MlMarwi&4i^p(^,ol,Jtf#|S;I^ We hear that � ftofttifttoiliW OM^^ be made in thi fevcral Regiments of Light-tloH!�aiid,Oragopn-Guards. We hear thtt the..wttd2if||t at t^e'sHdrfe-Guardi ane ordered to be fniU'dl'Aiva, to be bintt up again iti an elegant Manner^'a�d\thst the ,WJtfiOfltce. Trad^ and PUn-ati.^d Office thtfiOffice for Cli(�^ iHrofpital, ki.. will -be in the Rcw BuiMbg) and Wtt Huts for the Hor(e-> Gaards wJI be titUt aear Buddagham-Gate till the fame is�hi(h\i. ' Letters from Aaii||trdaia iniinute, that the new Taxes arc raifed wid( cr^ ViJEbulty in that Oily, which is Qpca- fioned i>y their nlffng'yery Meayy iij^n People of Fortunf j the Regcaqr bciii^iMWiliiiifi';^^       prefent State of Fhingf. toa'evyjh^tn with jK^^r'upon the lower fort of People, for fear �f c�itilig'^iew Commotions, to which they fccm very near asnftieh tii^lih^, as at any Time p*lV, there being, we lire told, fomefreffi Caafcs of pifconient, iind that it is not at all impollibie we may'fpecffily hear of Doaaads nude by the Ciiizens for another i^.egulatiin ict their ^agiiitKy.^ in which the oli Li^veiV loofliuch 'preraMs. ,�' , On Thurfday 1 .ft their Royal Highni^cj the Prince and Priacefs of Wales, with Lady MiddlefoUt. and other I'erfons of Quality, wer cd at the Chartcrhoufc-Cbapel, by the Rev. Dr^ 'I>rnt;k, Mr Kobv-rt Coxc. uf Lincoln's Ion, an Attoriney, of great Buiinvfs, and Uii^er Sheriif of the Co-iniy ot Middlefex. (O Mift Humiltan* c!dell Daughter of Joi.n HImiltqn, Erqi,l�tc,onaof the St^ Clerks ib chancery; a viry chd'erving Lady, with a cond; derab'.e Fortune , ' On Thuifijy Mr Grubb, an eminent Attorney-in Abchurcb-Lane, was m4rricd to MtAi Le^aud*. of Cheap-fide. On Saturday lad was married the liift anmj^rricd of the I three very fat and finc-accomplilh'd Daugh'^crs of Mr.  Eiiii. laic a wealthy H�Ktc# lA Brrroohdtey-Sirtet. to Ii4r. Barlow. Liaoen-Draper, in th^ Borough; with a handfome Fottut*.'    � Tbi-> Day the Commiffio^rt, appointed fur ereAing a Fifli-Markct in the City of V!lfcQminller, meet at the King's Afais-1 avcin io New Paloce^V^rd^ to put the Aflt of Par-Iteoiciu for that Purpofc in Execution. On W^nei'day next coines on (he Hlcjftion of^ a Pltyfi-c^o to St: Thomas's Hofpuol, 4b!iha room of Dr. Hall, wiko lately rcligucd tl>e fame. Ar ihe fame Time it is taougbt a f reaiurtr will be chofcQ, in tbe room of Anthony Uaibur^c, Fiiqi dccfafed; 0� Saturcay Mur'ning died at his Houfc in French-Ordinary Coart, CniicheJ Fryari, Capt i>iu(t9n, forpiurly a Commander in tbe Tui^y Coiqpaoy** ^crvi^^e, He wis one of the Elders of the I'riniiy-Houfe. and died pufl'eircd of a ^ery confiderablc Fortune On. Wcdncfday lati as Mr. Randal, an aminent Audrncy in Southwark, was eroding the Water to U^dininA^r jn a B4Uit.tbe W;nd blowmgpretty brilk;andith'e Water bcip'g foB^cdb-og rougher than ordiiiai^, it frighted him (6 lucti a Degree, that he (eli into a Fit, and expired fd'ort after iic was g9t on Shore. He was Clerk to the Bench of Juftices at Sr. Martlet's Uill. and allib to the Commillioners of the Laiid-Tax for the County of Surry. YetNday Morning the lJot\y of Mt,Na:haiire1 Carter, jh^ \Viue-tClcrch2nt, (tvbo wa> miuiwd on the I'd of June Ujl. and i^cnt hotfie with his Mother in his Charier to I. is Fioafc in Crutched-Fryars, about Ten o'Clpek that Nfj^'it, acdihca went out to walk to Lad>'a in T>rVa(iiieccllc-Lirect, but was not fccn or h^aid uf after) way found fl iai-ing in the Thames pear Chrlfca. in the Dre<3 be was rnar-r-.ed, hating the Stonc-Uiickl ,- tic particular Defire of fevcral CJcmLrncn and l.adics, ^c:cii u tili Facfday ilic i8ih int(an(, and (iuii the Luiiipany {anieis defir'i.) dor* not play there till (hen On t>aturday thirty Prifoneit were ci.rJ a( the Old Diiily. one oi whom was capitally conyiclrd, vu. Auiliony Yi^n, a Boy c> auu4l fourtcfu Years of Age, ior a Higlmay Robbery. Ih CoiJJp.lnjr with two o':h*r^ rot Jet ukta; Eighteen Were caft for 'Ftaiirp.ir a^f^R, aed r^c�c� acquitted. On Sartirdav k Wowm      whipt a: tff Cirr> TaSl {ft the Mrand, for koi'pi 1^ a �Uii�rdvr'v Hojri,- titers, Aud A Man v.a* *\'>>i': rtki.id I'.hteYte^, filt dealing the Paviokir^ }� one &nt M Pi-iumcB:sSir� !ti^%>j. *o iivg to L��db4 with the lunli. iijje Majt. wa� ftopj o.y a t**.�|Wl, dhrflol like a Sailor, at th�? three-mile ikw tc, who dc�sttd.;d Money: The Poll-iloy'Veltiij} htr.ih? had sery ItitSe. the S.iilor rcp!i.-rt he would have all he/"�d. or bow f�:� Brai^a out { aciord!nj;ly fcarched ht.�% ;*.nd took � m a.tf!i Te y and a Knife, a�4 turn b.d cnaVctbt beft of his y\'.\y to I onJun On Saturday a Footman bi!�5r|;ing to i Ptifoss Qja-lity was t.ikcn up. bvtng charged �.Uh fame Robbalcs ott the Highway. " On Srttiirday was cc>inmiieed to tke GitekoalSe. Thomas Ellyi, Elq;  Artii* Cummitd, fjr lobbipc^ !>� Millicr^i: as t�as, by ific faihe Gcatlcman. WiUi fur picking bis M^Ucr's Packet o( a s. 6 d aetf out pf his Hoafe a Parci.'! of Wearing AjWard.   , in m*iJf, aud,t'fitt N. L. ttprteetJtkiahtfl^i       '   "    * The Kntcrtainraetus of Cuper'a Ganicaa will cemtMi ihlrrod^cvtfy^vPiiKg^sni^ Os^Bm^ lavotMfile Songs itr EtMrtiih and Itabaik by SicnararAvfailWi Half iu( i^oTfiiij^t^;       thi^Hur^K af^er flij^er'itn4 to cpnclade with beauitfttl Firctvoilia refenifiJtojS'the Royal oael in the Green Pa^k. Gtcat Caie will,be taken ta kc*p  t Pcrfuns of ill Repatc.: Chani^ ih'(he Fircwotkt will bo cptirtly n^. At Sa �; {gf. Eidh I^erfba to he admided for a Piiu of Wine o* Pteacb. At the Ntw Welts in Gocxlmaa's � i-Jd*..t!Ei� E*^'�& will be fcveral new PerfotiaawM^ by M� of. Tart�ry aoi Mr. Hendrick. and fiveral new Danortliy Mr Jt>eGia� nier, Mifi Orar ler, M|i Miles Mrs. Mr ocbernstV.'coari��* aa he^-'lold at Mr. SiatirVrd iliiicor'a oM Snsfiw caci^V      , ^ � J l.n Fayloi. OcuUlt. who ait�K.cii fats hall waa-^* V.rtirs in iw:> Tour through molt i>f ilikC.f>ittt;.t|'jdCKir)^aMor�|iply a�darcc-tci �*s:bp ^tl'-rTn-sr*. j Ihe I'ublivl. ^^ fnrrvLy inforot'd t Jt Dr .--.'  * -jA ^.ii'. wii� ve no I'ain as TruUui. Cavflsck*. For iLeCcn* >i:uicn>y of hii Ciiv Patiestts, te has Ajn�tiac*^"� Wj. AiotiS, a Milliner, m Fincb-E.atte, erj? tit k^. %1 Ex-clian^r, where he atirndi every T>*t^?.s/ ��v�i Ff;:�y fr-Li Nine III the Murumg t.it Two im the Afwrr.j>sa. anC (r>c utncr Week Days at hn Houfe in bojftAry^ i fn. liie thud Dour fr.>m Hcari
                            

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