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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 12, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Adveftiik WED K E S d A Y,  Jtitv ,2, Jihf to. RRIVEDdK^-. Fattctfon. frbtn S3ath-C��Koa ; aod tbe Helena. Darts. From Rhode ICbuxL Sailed the I>atcli Ships, with the Saiat George. Hart, for LiTson ; the Lilly, TewnSfceed, for Oporto; and the Ojt�nn! bo-jod. Came down and remaiiis the Si!t|>rixr Man ofWar. for Orders Wind N E b) N. Ycfindajr arrir'd a Mail from Holland. Jiitfrmm, Jm so. The Enpeci* fiet out on the 14th of .Ibb Mondi, aboat Six o'clock in the Evening, cn � Pil-Hninuee to the Moaificrjr of Troitza, cclcb.-.:cJ for in �>ly-Staation. Her Majdty, mho is accontfaaiei only ^ a few Lords and Lvlies cf the Cosrt. has undcnal(m ifhk Jtttttney on Foot, and pnopofn to wa!k fire W'erils a 'JiVft and reft the third. Tts thought this Jourccir will , take op foor Weeks at Seafi. tls^mvt Jvat ty The Lord Hsrodfotd, Amba&dor Extraordinary froci the Km^ of Great Briuin. ho* dii intcbcd a Coaricr to London with the Anfwcr cf her Im-perial MajcAjr, to the Propcfioon issmIc by fci? Bnrann:ck Ifajefty, in Confcqacnce of cite Kicg ot rraSa'^ Letter to that Idonatch of the i^Ji of lalt March. General Bctues, Jimbailador from tLcEmpctor-andfatpcfi^or the Rom mi. kas tikewife dtfpatchcd two Coatim for Vienna. Tbc f rinccis Dolghorucki. Wiiiuar to tlic CluihbtiUin of ti.e late Emperor Peter II. who has lived in Obicanty ever �ncc the fatal CataSrophe which bdcl the Pnoco Dolgho-Vttcki in the preceding Rciga, i� by her impcrul Majciiy's ^KindBcis and BeBeraiknce jaft refiorrd to all her aaucnt JHoBOars and Di^^itie;, aixl for Jie fatu� :o take Fiacc at 43oDn according to her Rank on all Occa�ans.     _ .Vaatt^, Jalj 5.   The Ro&aa Fleet, conpolcd of tea Sfc^ oIP War, Chree Frigates, and two Gallioa or JBo.-nb*. �eaunanded by the Vtce-Adi&inl Baitfch, VclAcrdav call Aacbor in oor Road, wiihio a foaall DiOance oi the Fort iDf Wcxelmund^ which immcdiaidy bred its v annou; (^Fkct retutned the Salute, and it was refseateti by the l�t  Tbe Vice-Admiial attcrwards fret an OiSccr to cnwlimeru die ComouBder of the �ud Fon.   I'ni^ Fleet, 40f wluch the Admiral's Ship is of 7; G�nu. and die others and 50, 'tis iasd w^ reznain tbere aboat a Fcrt-^ht,in onkr to take on beard the Cck SoUicn. be> �irr in i:x To^n, and relieve the B-irgcffes Goard. who co tlui Oc^oi^n hjve g^ven tenfible blvks of tLctr .^SieCUon to the Govern-aocat. �Sibmjpiaaf-m. July to. .Axcarding to the Ao.ke* we here rccciv'd coaonaitg tks Cocf|�riiy wbuh w;s lor&'d at Btme, the Frojctt of the Coalpir*iors was :a fcz'd on all the Avtneci to the Place wLcc a ihe Kf^c-.i v iiolds its Aflemblies ; to have mzilicred a!! i&c McaiU.-: of which the Regency b compos'd; to have fet F�  ta C.rjiO; aiid djc fcfc^i.-.jj of any Coin out of Fracce :� enuicW fo.-l':^dm. Sjjac ot ike Canton? of S.-. itzirbttl, aisj a i'-i; wi DaupL^ay. a^fu ktgin to feel a pre it Scjifci:/. ItruAs^dir. J:.'^ F IhiJ whcle Prcdnce ran the R'fe. f bcir.g a^iir. .. a Fiiiue. by s Rsot v.:.ul. b ^aii at Ho! tttanii Tcrnaaid. two Io>-.c> in is? l:im.>!  t ol .Vcd Dongtrradtd. ea Tjcfwiay UA. S'a   nsjld be open'J at a tcrrjia Licxuvie. Ti i* Au oi Mi icry. ard the Stc^iiir.rf. o! a Corccfcindlcrof Iljiwcrt.* ho n-loli-j'-'y t�fu4'd to fol'a^ cLon. e�ca ui^n tLc Puiol wj� ac hu Breail. ludtic liic Mub av..y ttom tbcir Le&Jci^, one *Acr auocccr. An laiarrecuan was aiirtnpced at the Time, in the Wo' Ducgicuicel , b.3t pi evented ii�m conitn^ to a He*; Iv u.; gccJ Cos-ijCi cf the Ic-*�Jda�t H^luiji .\i ic-o^ *i an .�\cco'../Ct oi li.-rt'e Com-B'Ot:oits rcacb'J tiii> Capuil. a DeUcfemcacof aur Boatt, died on Monday Ial\ at the BnU. LONDON Capt. Craigie, of the Flying Lark, from Bolton in New-Ergland, fpoke with the FleM bound to Nova ScoiU on the t ^ of June, all in good Health, in Lit. 44. 44. r.ongiturie ;a.' whicL is about South from Cape Race thirty-hve l�aguc�. A Perfon in a Publick CharaAer arrived fVotn ihc EmprclsA^iccn of Hungary. The loAailation of thfc Knights of the Garter is poft-pon'd till the Return of John Anftis, B(^t Garter King at Aims, from Germhny. On Wcdncfday the Right Hon. the Lord ChanccUdr wa� chofcn High Steward of the Univerfity of Galh-bri- gc, in the room of his Grace the Duke of NeWcadlc. no-.v Chancellor of mat Univerfuy. Jainirs Baket, Eiq: it appoimed One of the Clerks of bu Majetiy's Uoulhold, in the room of PJhilip VoUQgc, h^c^: rrligit'd; Thooias NcIf'i>d. Efq; is appointed a Captain in Col. Cholmondclcy's Regiment of foot, in the room of Edmund ttignal. Efq; prefrrrd. Ihc Review which was to have been on Sntnnlay on Finejiley-Common, is now appointed to bc'inade tiVc^lc Ff:iiaj. They write from the Sound of the 1 sth ult. that the Bri.ah Envoy, Walter 'Fitly. Elqj was returned f.ito from Norwa; ; and ti>e King of Denmark was every Moment CApccud b> Sea on his Return trom that Kinj>d'om.      ' Vcdcrday William Tiiornton, "Efqj Member Tor the Cii� .-'I York, was married to (Viif< My (lor, cideil Daughter to joon Myiier, Elq; of Epfom in Surry. Ou aniiday �va! uiarrtcd at Bromley in Kent, Ricfidrd Thojp... Elq:'of tliat Town, to Mifs Nicholfon,'lately arrtvid trom Barbadoes. Oil S,.urday Morning dics:u iittacl.'d by two Highwaymen, badly iromitd, benvecu Lo�v Laytoii and Scnufbrd. who robo'J him of � 1. 6�. The Genlmian told them, at ihry had Cutccn all the Money he had nbout hini, he hoped they would return htm a fijiall Malter 10 defray his �x|.cucc> i upun winch Rcquctl ihey gave him lour Shdlings. dchriiig him to report that they hud uled him like GcntUmen. Ycflciday a Man in Mount Street, Grofvenor Square, coiiiiDg home foddcnl cr, Mifs Grasicr, Mo Milci. Mrs. M>lrs, and oiheri. Mr. Rooker and MifsAgiietra will fing levcr�l new 'At.W'^. Tumbhng, by Mr. Hcndrick, Mr. Fartfcy, Mr Um'^, Mr Miles, and others. To which will be added, Wmiiun Holidays, or Haricquin at Greenwich 'I lis whole to conclude with the rriumpKi of Peace Each I'trl'jn to be admitted for a Pint of Wine or Punch. A] fevemt of the Nobility and (sentry, fince tk� Conclofion of the I'esce, nav�l m Fortl . Du Bois b nly, and fouie of Mutton. Price 6 d. caci� or 5.1 Ddzcn, in a Tin Box, for Convcniency of Oat* riagc, nnd to keep them dry at Sea. Sold by Eha Du BcH, at the Golden Head in Prujean-Court in thfe Great Old Hvif. BANKRUPT. Charles Oifling, of Eye, in the County of Suffotk, Crowr. High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 16 Mi��IHi ifter 7 in thft Morni' g. and 4; after 7 in th� AftwwWi.  Yellcrilsy Bank ^tock was 136 I 4*h a 3 9As. India Stock no Price. South-Sca Stuck, no Price. Ditto CM Annuities, 106 3 aths.. Ditto New no Price. Bank Aa-ttuittct (746. ro Price. Ditto 1747^ 165 1 balf. Ditto Lottery 1747, 1065 Sth). Bank AntHiitift-t74l,, to| i half a 3 4ths Ditto 1740. loc � half ay trh�: Ttrtw per Cent. Annniiics, ipi 5 Bths. MilUoa Bank, no Piice. I'.quivaleni, no Price. Rojrai Affuraace, M Pn ror'i Loin, no Price, ritjfe fer Cent, ditto, no Price. B.>nk Circulatioti, {I. fuMi ndta Bonds 4!.      n IS a as. ' This   hay   is  pibhjk'd^ ^ W'ilh   hit   Mnj'Ji{i   Reyiu   Pri'VtUf^t   aitj   LittMr^ It am l.Arge f'tlumty O/Zaw. (t'mt i^hnJ 6t.J \ ANew (n ..  indrflf^rfed.'st ta itajigr t'.ie Study ot Cru(tt�,phy birth enteTi*m*ftt and iulbuibr�.;�t;:>MtaMa^ i, /V Drrcr!(i(ion cf mt Ftguii. �ikI Motion or' the E�'th. �. G*�fnm plikil OcriDH>unt �n.l IV>bl:n)\ t)tii>^ vnne  fenrrsl Divlfion of the Globe into tiiadaivl W�irr. 4 iiadiiitii'n *n�j l�ir�nt at th< f���rsl CN)�i�ri!cs'roatatMn y�t Highatft ib� PrteM �rWMa.      V ^ I'riiitcd for W. /qliofow. at tWOaldMi B�t> in St- PiBlVChwA-Vlgt. Pn r A N *s citijritnt Nervous BroM, | ��. CailcDftes. and. FalBni Sidiotft.  tilt|i i.A Tiemk'luf of the H�mC, TfnisM>�� of Ol* Wmws, kII iKiroiis Coniflatn's in Men, W^t>men, and C'ltiUrCn, as m^tpthi m^f peiri t>y the msF^y Affl^svti* daily pablUk'4 �f nnfoMMnc i   " peir   , . ._______ brlore Ihit RIthr Nan. Che Xjivi Mayers, fcM in Nunsbm'vl WfhtH iia Mr.Piitan'i I'iddlian, which htlnttad* to puhhAhk tfcair|n|HTnwa. Sola by Mr. Piiun, the i'ropfi�tor, at lh�Si|i� ^ JTMitv lai'Itwnk h >iile tie) >* the Bell  n, on LuJmIo-HiQi it Ulit QMMXlUa* berh's Held a Tojftap, In Oixcc'hurcfi Street{ and st Hiri Chap, lay's, it (be RoUlen Fan, St. Jamcf t Snect, ��er>tts'atr,il ImH off'fVict^Na &mtt, Fngli/h Bti.tniy, CurrMti, mid M'jLuJ-SnJ, AtJ tutettii ffXh-ral till tif JiUiy'd bttf, Ptiti, Siut, Flsw, f!jtr, Pu^tm, R'ljl, VMlLivunrri, aid Bfjlft Jitigi, Bnud UmJK nmf JL^i mmj P-r^i, Do.irdi T.nZ, old firagu ButlStwun, c.'J /ri�a Itnifi. rHd old  worn-out [fufi-UoDfS, dfcayd Bult>r, $tsik-f^, �W ^ugtt' liiiluri Puts, (\ing in tit Siotti �f slit iigm ai fmfi%r-till/, tl> iiitHjhnt, iiiid Ih* KL-dlnH/t gunr Utft/ttrJI nKktrt U'l' l-i-'^ "�"V    'viiKj'd till tht 'Ttmt 0/ Ha/tt. b It nljl �%/.V Qujlwi-Unu'":., I/tide:, Se'lfriu f.irtf'jp/Hjfoyi Tr U"JC> >: iTr.r, '.yi. C.^..', fff^ttt^,  , 7.. . 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