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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 11, 1749, London, Middlesex                                TUESDAY,  JuiY II,   1749. yulj 9. four Ddtch WindE. S. E. Deal, HE Ships  remain. A i yf* Extras tf a trtUr frrm n P(tTftn * It has for romc Time paA been ' rrportrd hcrr, that the Lieatcnaftt ' de Police was going to be re- * mored from that Station ;  bat  there is �l prcfent no Appearance  of that happening.   What       Foandation tn thi� Re-  port,  wa# his having the ttosk Letters of BaniHtjincnt,  which ufed to be lodged in the Hands of that QHicer.  taken from him. The Reafon of their being fo, was � as follows '. The old Bifhop de Mircpoix took it into � his Head to bani(h, by virtue of one of tbcfe blink Let-  ters de Cachet procarcd from the Lieutenant de Police.  the Curate of E/avam, an Eftatc belonging to the Count � de Cbarolou. The Cnrite, after recciring the difagree-� able Letter, went to wait upon, in order to take Leave  of that Prince, with whom he was a Favoarite. The � Count defired to know whither he was going, and on  what Account. The Curate totd bis Highncfs. that he � had received an Order from the King which baniOicd � him to ^ia^tmmtiH, and th&t therefore he was obliged � tQ go. Upon which the Count de Char'gi iH old Sath unJ Cun-^tii, dttli in lioul Co-VeiiMj/l, "funk, Pafrr Stuff, Bujhd //;�, uld C uni, hheliif Shot, kjJt. 'Ihe Punb-i/'r ii to d.fa/it l^l per Qnl ut iht 'hmi of J^ref^mfHt, li.huit D<-poJtl ii to he f'jrfilid lo the Cii/wti, in Oile the Peirty Joel Kit pay the Rcjnuiiider of ihc I'unbaji - MoHiy tJ the Treafur,r jf hti Sl.ipjly, Sivly, and l.ik, tnmy (be fiuj Loti, im fvity l).iyi afttr lie Dtty of Sci/e. /ill f'eij'oiii 'u K are ui/ling tJ buy tbe fiiJ old '^i.n,, ,itiy iiiii. lie/n i,t ,;n^ 'fiv.e, yp:.n *ipf!)i�l to tbe (Jj/.un  af the Juid /"s VtV'/f If ^� i )v C .�.('>,r ttf Gbf'di'i.-//, i-n tf'fdntj^^ 1,'e t{)til>fjl,Ott^tit'ifm ^'Cj\.i IK tbe Femn^. to rrcekt Pivptthh /tr tbe GrvKiTii It.'i i 1,1 th fue.tH Tivt tlv Pr.i-x'-'iT^, (HAf ParttiulMt imjf ft ft~, lit thi' Man/tor-Ihiifr eifn/.^id, '^~jrf~7Tf~C^ri^lfet forTtti^ th: Citr l^tcdi in th Jiitmni M.   f/      lUbirfnttrLfH �/" tlx City of jft-t e Nttittf thxi tbvyiun-fid to Ut tn fritrtil Ln^^s th,'ffHttvii^ L�tt,'vix, I. Oft arepaiuvS Lrti/tftr ttvtmly'jirtirtJrs^^vSf^mt^ti i^i' 'htirmrNft, (ctitlgwtui te each �tbt>, in fiytmt mad ^%�rfeaif AUnfgatt. and (twining therita^ in tif E,-*fl Sidtf tvHtkieitre^ next tbe Gate tsrt tmpty, tbe ^tttri in titfivrriti Oivt^aHmk of Tbiimu tt'lAtnktr, Efitabftk H'ttd ond Jctf Kmgit. J. Oh 11 Repturitrn Uaft ftr t^Mf-�u Teetrt, ew il^f^lMr cr Tfitemnt tbe l*i*.tr End tf St. iliVtiH"! U GrMf, tti tH U'ejl Side ik^oiitlits lis yf'der/gatf, ttirttHMttd,'lift im tkeOe*^ euptititH tf 'tbtimi yttkt'ruMn; and tut tthtr larj^ Ttmtmult in the OfcupalisM �/*' ^t^r^. t'et-kri ttHitittd, lixtf in Nete, "lit Ixvo tnJiuuittioH'd'Tiiitnuntt u-ittitLtt t^ett^rtf fip.trntf, at tbt OffiiH of tbe Bidden. j. Out Mrjilf.p or JentiKint in Frail ik B^tlttlfi #lr JjKjf Ceinerefltinttri.'liiiy; und fottr /'ititll Ttntmmtt im the faid Alley, cm tbe ft'r/i Side, nil unitnaiind, late it tbt P^,Jlm ^ Sir Simon lirlin, Kmt. 4. One Meffuag* or feii^i^t in Promt i*' Eafisbtttp, the Bt^ Ctmer of Turmri'AllKy; eimd t^vt /timlt Teiumitmtt im tbtfiaJ Allry, em tbe Eitfi Side^ ufed at U'ttrtbjmfti,' iviti tbt fiid Frma Hoiife,allinlbtOattpatiinofSttt^*'rytri. Note, The Mto lafi-mentiom'd Lots tvill it lett l^her pr feparate, fbr rjehHilditig or refietirimg, at lbtO*:i9mrfth Bidder,. ' � ; 5. Oti a Repmring Lrtifefort^vrnty-vuVttirsi, tirtt Mfl^itigi* er Temriruhti, tidjoimHg to eOeb etber, im R^Strtiet im AVt^Mfir* Market, in tbe'fiveralOtfufettioJtt of EliitAttyihpiiiat 3mfm Bttetnan, cttJ Etixtttetb Fax. 6. Oh a 'Rep.!iriii� l^aft ft: hivmty-aiH Teem, omt Mt^iu^t er Tettfment, 'vwtb � Yard be for* it and a Sbed inilt thtrrtmp i>t Friiit 91 the H'tfi Side of Liunbetb-Hill, im tbt Oitmf�ts�. 1^ Mr. Bifhop \ tvifb a TtHiitimt, ffveritl BtnU;m^t^ aad a Cai^ penteri Tefd and If'er^bep back-tverib, im tbe Oitmpati*t tf (fillittmjtnfs i togetbtr witb tbree ftittll Ttmennttt ct the Ee^ Side of a Petffog* kadin^ frgta t/.v faui C&ffnettr* Ti-rd ta Tbamut-Street, on* ivbernf it ewpiy, tbt afbtri im tbe fitxtai Ocaifeuioni of fbemmt Mvrin arJ'ibomM Bmiyt.   v 7. On it Repeiiring Lra/eJor-t-.vaity-ait* Vtari, ^u� Mangel \-cr Tentminti iti Front on the IPift Side of Lamtttk'lLSJ, tttiif Tkatnej-Strtet, in tbt Pofftffists af Samuel'Bttffyer. 8. On a Repairimg Lcafe for ftventvin* feurt, tmt Me^kag! or Teneiment, tbe Corner of Latfibeib-Hill, im 'Tbamuf^trntf ��/ fbe hc^aimng Tdnmnit, tie upper Part %vtiir*of ,1 imd imtt tbt fi>id Cinmer Houfe, tmd mrt ittb in tbt Ottupaiiom of tyUlitm Seemtltimy, ttilfJ^er �miitbotit tbt Sbef tuid CttLr, th 4m�r Pdrt ef tie faid Tficimnt in tbt .Ocaip,uioM ef ytfefb HtfUmif Covptr i togctitr luilb uiuither TtHrmfttt, the JittiiJ It't^wturd frm tbe lujl-rnemti&n'd, at tbe Carver of e� Ptijffkgt leadimg fhmt the flhoevi-mi'mliond Citrpimirr't ]\ird la Tb^mt'Strttt, im tit Qceupettiom of Cttnu-Hl North. 9. On a Repairing Lcujt for tiienfy-iine }'e.ri, est Me;^Mf^ or 'Tenement in 1'b,imisSir rge Med irarebotife on Btjkrn-H'/je>rf\ iviib fvt Steib.'ei, wtd amstttr tl'tireboufe in tbe Yitrxl hading tberttu, and a Tinememt tm tbt fiid Tetrti UHlenanted, tbe r,jl in the 0>,iuptU:�h of yttMoft Meirtin. 11. On Let ft for Hine Yeitri and a balf, t^vo Mejfmevet or Ti lumenti next adjoining lo the .i/'j-t e, am -nbtrtaf u Ltt aar to himntri, tbe other in the Oaupulun of Mi.rtba Ltumitmrw^ eitn/H Coap,r't U'lir.buii/i  mideriueub, untfiuvttni. A'o/e, The t'Ho l.ijl menlun'd Lati niii be Itll tegetltr tr fepariHt, at tbe Option uf tbe liid.ifi. /bid tb.it tbe I'tiid Commit tie -will jit in tbe Cmniiil-Cb^emtttr of tbe Cuildhtdl, LunJon, on H e.iiejd ly tbt i(frb imjI^ki, lit Ftiiir u'C/utk in the A/ieriiacn, H letii-K frcpr Ut fr the jiiuie J of i>jbiib Ju/tber Infurinitti.n u>!./^i(�.' J t'.irti.i.ijrt nuiy be bud ill ihe Cumpliui'/er'i Oj/tH m the Cui/Jr..Iiar^ref.j.Ji tn xvbub fuid printed PailiiuLiri ul! Ptrfnt bidji'tg fr ,utj ff the eibo^t Lull we tu xvnti ihtir I'rv^ijtdi. __D   SEAMAN,   CtmftroUer i It. TruUccb lui clcanllng ihc Strctts, ttcc. inii ariirodiiig (he HiKhwtys �i(tiin ihc P>ni(k  ciljti.h, Midtilcitj, ticrcby fiit Nuuce, il...; Uicy mttiKl ca inert ia lUe Vcfti)i-Ku(jin ut (he i^iA I'jiilh, 'I um/fiow, b�>ng ih� iirh inAiat, i( 7'en u'C'luik in tjic FuicnuoD. to cuniiXt with an; fciin i.r I'cdaas (01 the (Icjr.ltnu Ihc fcvciil LiUilio ol CbuiJi-Cnii tiiA �Ui�f.if�. Max-lirlJl trv\ ticil/wrll-btiect, Icpiiately, ui tn cIcMlmg iiccf 0^ ckM (he witule Piti.Ot, until the i.((h ut  I i&c, >- to. AiiJ tt (he itUiC Time will be rt�/j i.. txn lui p.vny �h� Rc*! fn  ('�t>��k�, tc bi'a Bi le*tJ lenln. hf> in tlit Cn-uinl, jnd (ui k^.j^i/n l,^c l^i  m ( reii i)t't!u-AiiiMit aiiU i Ion -lir i-t>!c Ch'iptri,   iit UTtif'^i t>   mevt la   thci  i'L^^tcr Ri^vio.    f^oA-jttvM, itA vlthci OtRcvi. (oi ilic Ycii <� .1 By   V"   "(   "�   Vuc-Oj*rii, I111", (.ciitlcii r'l ot ihf llouic- t.i        I- K9 '     � .   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