Daily Advertiser, July 14, 1749

Daily Advertiser

July 14, 1749

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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 14, 1749, London, Middlesex The eft F R 1 D A Y. Jtrty 14, now Men in the pubiick News-Papert � nesting to the Preparationi of War, which are with the * tttmhll Dilieence ntaking in R^a, are taken from the * ^ikttttot^t,\Pcttr/icMrg,.nnd it is by the Antlidrit/ of �' that Court that thii New* been therein infertcd. which * tot UrOAg Evidence of the Ruffian Miniftry's beingdeftrous * that att lb* World fliould be informed of the Prepa- * ntiott* that th*y wore iiiikin|, and the Poftute in * witicb tkKnr were pauing thctafdves; but that Miniftry'' � dMa neilMr inform oi oFthe ilotivea that have induced t&cm To faddenly to make thef* Difpcfttiont, nor with * what View they are making them. Letten from the ' Courts thtf moft interellcJ to obferve the Countenance of ' tiMofXuJ^ are (o tar from giving as any Infonuatipir * thoat tUs SubjeEl, that they ieem no longer to have'any * AppiclMnifions of the Tranquility of the Ncrtb being 4 iiSiitthtt: We muft therefore wait the Arrival of a PoU * or twtt Aom thcfe Conntries^ before we can be able to * judge what t\di Jurorii Bom/n portends.' ' The lall Letters from rifwia advife, that it has be�a � tcAMirked there, that immediately after the Death of * Cooni Philip Kin&i, which happenifd fome Months fince, ^inKrl^' ttkjim nkiJim Mvititpl^t tfMt tivth Jlriiler 'J>:/iLt; On tac% Nidit tall the Mary Yacht Ukd from ]>ojfier, with tbcBarlo/^Albemarle, for Calais. TheRndnrlfoB. the Earl of Bath iifoing to>tInCterman neots there. KjOfdlty Baxter, Efq; Nephew to Stir Dudley RydM*, lui. M�^efty-� Attorney-General; ir uipointcd Solticitor (O the �xnfe, in the room of WilUam sriwyn, Ef^i dcceafcd. Lawrence Satngts', Bfq; is appointed n Captain in Sir John Ltgpoier'a Raiment tif UortCr in.ihe i^oom of James 'reilott, �fq} whorefi^n'd. And Robert Brown, Efq; is appointed a Cornet in the fald Regiment, in the room of Jofhua Ellis, Efq; made Captain in another Regiment. On Wednefdav Istt died, after a fliort Illaefs, of a 'Military Fever, the Right Hon. George Lord Carpenter, a Nobleman of the ftridletl Probity, a?id mort rxaft Oeco-�omy; happy in his fortuae, but happier in himfelf and his Family j a rare Example of conjugal and parenul Afl^ion. a mott excellent IMagillrate, a moft kind Malhrr, a moft faithful Friend ; bentficent to the Poor, and bene-tolcnt to all Mankind; lamented by 6*'ery Body, but by thofc moft who knew him bcft. and clpecially by his moft difconfolatc l.ad>, and lorrovvful Lhildrtn. YtRetiny came on in the Court King's Sencb, Guild-hslj,. before the Lord Chief Jufticc Lee, a remarkable Trial, wherein an emiticm Tobacco Merchant of this City was PUiiitiff, ai:d ttic Captain of a Sliip tradinz to Maryland in his Service, was Defendant i ior that the Defendant had lifcd iiidjrcdfl Methods ^yith tlie Planters there, to taakc fome of ii\(;:h believe that his Employer was no loager in Buiiiuf^ and thereby procuring himlelf to be made f*rincip9l in thi- freaiell i'arc of the Cargo of the faid Ship : When after a Triiil 0/ upwards of (ix Hours, and namining a ^reac many Waned� on both Sides, the Jury brought in a V erdift for the I'Jjintirt", 8i�d a thoufand Pounds Damages, with Cells of Suit. Whereas thcPublickhas been aiarm'd about the Death of Mr. Carter, late Wjne-Merchaw, in Crotched-Fryars: ' This is to alfure the I'abliclc, that froin the utnioft Ititel-li^nce that accmcd to the Jury upon the Coroner's Iiqueft. mcy thought proper to bring in their V'crdivil Accidental vJ^eath. On Wcduefday l�ft the fxccotor* of Mrs, BluntWl, late of ^famplUad, in Purfuance of her Will, difcharged forty two Priujncrs out of Wlntechnprl d'col, and gave eath of them Half a Crown for their immediaic Support, mjny of whom were in fuch miferablc Circuinllanccs, that it would move Compafiion in any IJeart not dcftltuto of Humanity. Hotwithllanding this i� the I'ccond DifcharKc of thi� Na-Wta in Icfs than tv.tlvc Months, thrre are ftill fifty niifcra-hl� poor Creatures in that loathfomc Gaol. Laft Week wa� married at ErcDiford, near Bath, Mr. Rkhard Baikcrvillc, an eminent Waichofiakcr in FLet-Sbtct, to Mifs Mitchell, of lilaudford, an agreeable young Mdy, cudow'd with all the Qualiticaiions rcquitite to rer.dcr * ifcrriaga State happy, with � Fortune of 40001. Cb Tuefday at Hounflow Race�. Capt. Beeckcr's brown Qcliin|;. Favourite, won the firll Heat, and Mr. Cannon's Utn, Smiling Molly, thcfccond and third, and the Plate 1 ih to four was laid on the Horfe the fccond Heat. Tho OuSt was fo ^reat. that many ran ajuunft each other, and Much Mifchicf w�s dene on the Road. Mr. Green, a Poulterer in St. James's Market, Oiivcred his Knee, and diflocated hik Hip. at Kcnftngton Turnpdte. A Geniie-Wta rode Bgainft a Chaife at llamuierfuijih, by which be ��� Aon^ from his Uorfc. and Uy for dead. Another rode widk Tiidi Poict agdaft ft Vtifgam, that be was; thrown frooa hia Hoda, ^ogtinttai faraMed, and th� Uoth fpmk. Mr. Sanpfan. a BaUrr in CMte-Strect. St. jamof's, rkiiiMr tpefy, nm. aninft by a Pcrfoa with foch Viohtnc^ tiu hewM puM^^hU fiorfe. and lies very dangerouify ill nf hit feraiia. OnTWcfday  Mr. John PScfcald. a yotmg Gentleman, was riding hctawnn ICiwgftand and Nt win jtots, he fell oS his Uorfe and w�s �nfi9rtttsriitKly kiOcd. Yeiladay Mr. Andrew Tcdiba. Mate of the Phihp and Sarah, lyiag at iiatkoufir, ftU orer-boaid. and was drown'd. On Wcdtttfday Home Oflkers attempting to arreft a Butcher at St. Kuherinr'a. he iruNle a tirtmj^ RefuUncc, and With a Po'c^Axe kiBcd One of the BaililT't Followers; b�t being hnne Pcifuu file has, tobb'd, and caaac 10 her Apntawu nnder Prvtencc of returning Thanks Tor her Claancy, bat findiag her aileep. took the Oj^Oftaaity of rohbing her again. As was lik rc^^ted thi* dmSxerotioa Of {.ientcnantt Couch-itian irud Mornawill he thb 0ay FortugSu op board the f cwCiiX MMn 0^ WaratfanfinoHth. Ma>y carter aad: BSadbrdifayae^ 1^ of Rowhnd't CjiiUe. trho areic trfdl at Wiachcicr for bring acc^llitry to the MnrtWer of Galley aad Chhtetf, but^ac^i^iued. were afcetwards indidfldi for a iMitlemeaaor in faarbooriog ^mug^ters, ate mui wdet^l to reaiaia ia \V incheAm Gaul till next Affiaaa. Palmer, an oodawM Saranjkr. was taken !a^ Friday as he was edteriagihe Cmut-ltoife at WiscjcAcr. as he faid, 10 fintrtMler hiaafidf. He arm cemmkted to Windtellcr-GaoU where ha i� to remaia till the next AlSzes. C^flMrlmy^ I a. The Ring's fUtc of 109 Guineas W.D be Rsa tot i^oa the Coarfe oa Burham-Oowm near Canterbory, 00 Tuctlav the ift of Aogail nesxt, and not 00 Tu:(day the s;th Jc!y. the ASiXcs for dw County of K�Bt bcia* appoiatcd at that Time. y'ikttkftiKPn/iim, JiJf iz Wc-ihrp->or Prifenfmon the CoinmOB SBe. bung fticndhJa w.a dellltutc Of th� Means a^JBaiv for oar StipfaMt, humbiy pniy theiMEItance of all chanubic and wrU-d'.fjpofed Pcriitiit, and moft dutifully retura our fincrie and Starty Thanks for a Guinea Eut into our Begging-Box on Saturdsy lall. by an unitnown land, to the great Joy. Comfort and Rdsvf of a great Nnmber of uaknp|7 S�ftctm. At iSMtkr's Wrik. laiogtoa. this Evening. Mr. [femlkik. Mrs. Sarith, ard MUs Lvwr. wdl lisw fcrrral new &ongs j with Variety of nrw Dasices by Mr. Harvey. Mr. Vaimcr-flays. hS3s Baker. Mr*. UoB{,h. �ad -Mhcss. Several ctew Tricks in Tumbling, by Mr Dominica*. Mr WUIism*. Mr. Pedro, and Mr Fraaces. *f1hcwboletoco�)clude with Scipto Alucaaai. or Harte^ln Grand Y^lgP- BM:b Petfon to h� adnMied for a Ptet of Wine or Paoch. At the New WdUs m Goednua'a Hdds. this Evening, will be fcvctal new PerHBimaacca by MoaT Tartfey and Mr. Hendrsdi, aatd fevcnl aew 0aaccs by Mr. Joa Gra-nicr. Mils Gtmmia, Mw Miles, Mia. Miles, and Others. Mr. Rooker and Mi&Agactta wiSi fiiw fevcral new Songs. Tumbling, by Mr. Hcminck. hir. Tartfey. Mr. Janoo, H. Miles, aiul otbets Tn whsch dl be added. Wnufun Holiday, or Harlequin at Gfceawkh. Tha whole to conclude wnh tt:� Trianspka *f Pfeacc. Each Pcrfoa to be admmed for a Pisrt of Wjac or Punch._ High Water at Londoa-Brsdgc this Day at tj Miuutcs after 9 to "the Morning, and y �f�f lo at Night. ,_ Ye(ler(t>y Bank Stock was 136 5 Sihs a 7 8tbs. Judia Stock 188. Soath-Sca Stock, no Price. Onto Old Annuities. to6 7 Sihs. Ditto New soy s half Bank An-nutiies ij^b, no Price. D-.tio tytJ, no P"�- Ditto Lottery 1747. no Price. Bank Annuaic* i7�8. 105 5 8:hs. picio 1749. "oj 5 8dw. Three per Ccoi. Annuities, nb Prsce. Million Bank, no Price. EquivaSc.i, no Price. Ro>al ABuraace. no Price. Loadun Afluraucr, no Price. Englidi Copper, jl. js. Seven per Cent i-ln. peror's Lean. nO Pace. Five per Cent, ditto, no Price. B�Bk Ctrmlation. ;l. Ptem I>d:a Bunds 4!. n � 7^% a � . Tlis Day it fubbfii'd^ ti'ili hit timjffii'i Rttitl Pitiiuhgt mmJ Linmu, U l�* Urf r*Umu, (Xaarut. (Prut IiumJLi ) lioila^ii HiRi.rital Jranimar; ^ ^ - ----�.Jph�r*l !*�� u UuJji moina, �nd �K fic(-i:i St�t� ^liU �nral Ku^duai ol im Wu,U nia .n�7 t>u*a WxnMat utt tnflfoittw. C4M�a,>icw� xai Mgooa thi- Ewtk. 1. CiKj^t. - T A New GrograpKi� iclho?- ri PnassifuW |;ifax�,�tl�cOiiasa adJaiVt tfrn^l't Owct. V,i. NavyOffice, July 4, 1741. NA^y if htrthf gtv* Kniit, thtt en SMttif\i'j fit I pi in/furJ, tiiU fx/^r ta SiUt ai lU OJ/it in lit lH^tfiji YarJ ttt PfymnUt fr^triti Ptituis tf cli Sum ImJ tfatt im Imi, fatt id Rm� im aid Saiit Ctimicu dittt in B�at (Wvtrin^t, ^itidt� PiffT Stiffs li^i hit, ci'd SMit, h'/>t/, i5V. Tlr Punk^.r it It tf,^^/l j;/. Qit. nt tht fimt if .Iffffmeft, -A'lith t>ff-^t it ti ir/*./,itrJ t� tbf i^^it^ fit] en thi Ptir-j iit-ti ntt ft!f t4.t Rttiuiid.*-^tbt Pmrshftp-hUt^ t� tit Trrafn'tr e/' b$t Mtjifiyt Ni.xy, and takt ilfi.r tihr iftf ofStiU. At!Pirftti OtV :ii7./i/ te huj tis ftdd tl.iStira, mtiy tiV^t //�� .j/ *^t i�t OtrW't n'tri i in tht hum 7rfl*7Sr7)f5pii%*tmkrliu>t tin City 0P Ltrnfm gti* fifftiiT, that thrtititMd t� lit M fivmJ Ltitjit tie l%Ntn\ii,i Lttj, 1^ i5�.arif'�ii^)igjMj^/lir--tm^ty-4m-Y*miU fiveRt^uw^t-; �r Ttntmatt, cmti^HSUt It tad 9th. t, iti ,ft^*it mxt itfiti^ JUrf^at* oftJat^iiitinithti'ttttx *a tkt Et^ SiJ,, f���* .usi�r�^ mtut Itn Gate art tmftj, tht cfitrt itt t/>�Q^alMriiMr fbomtu Whitetk^fi S/ixitinh /fW aitJ fdm Kiight. \ 1. Qua R(f�iri�tg Lta/t fer tfvmti-AeTiwt, tut M^ui^t tr TtMeMtm the kwtr End tf St. /e OtiOid, �. / tr*^ Side etj^ivig to jUder^ote, Untenanted, liitt i" Of-(a/mtien of fhenuii f'idtrmMli and ent .cthtr Isttge 'l\n,x\r'.t tjing tthind the fame, frtnting Bn/i-and-HttutbStrtft/ uk-tmattttd, latjt in tie Octuftitiv ef Mr, PtrJiitU. Nete, The tU Ttmemnti em the �^ Skit of a P,{fage Jcadin^ from r/v f>ul Curftntir'^t'Tard tt^ ^ heouet'Strtitt one 'whireaf it iti^j, ttii:htrcef it laid httt tit faid Coritir Hanf, luid are both in iJa OttHfatiw "f ^tUittt S jfji Sluhlit, and tinit^^tr it'ur,lKuj'e in thi Yard Uadtng thereto, and a 7l thk. find Yard uiiteoaittad, the r^ farti-tuiltirf ^ WfoirM jjr lb, JiitMnfrd. RICHARD NEAL^, Ste'etar/. ;

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