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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 15, 1749, London, Middlesex                                Tlie erti SATURDAY, jwir 15.  ,4^ |R R I V * D� the Thathci Merchant* froa I'urk/ | the Elizabeth. Stevens, front Liverpool, ami failed for the River. Rem ini the George. Spencer, for Philadelphia : ttie Priendfhip, Cltre, for Lifbon ; the Bcnntt, Wadham, for BoAoa i and the )>oioihy and Mary. Maguirc, for Cadiv Arriv'd. ih� Cuoliaa, . Kilby ; the Squim:], Ryan, froai Caro^a ; the William. Rcddard. from Ulban i the four aiaers Cole, attd the Arran, Bare, frofti Montferrat. WilrJ S. W. ill ExtnO cf m Itttir Ytuht �firtign Miitijttr h MofcOw,  iThe Orden juft now fiW by the Etnjprcr* of HuJ^a ^^Vt tier Admiralty and her Coaocil of^ War at St.  Afif^m^. havf^Eain twakescd the Au^tnn df th�  paUkk, ad|d rentwcd the Uneafiheri of thdfe.who are '.coacern'd io the Preferration of the Tranquilit/ of the  M�rth. Nerertheteft a foreign Minlfter who has followed � the Court hi|kcr, and hat ihiA Engagetnenti withf it, has wrote to his Court, that he was thorottghly ^erfuadcd, � that the cxtrabtdittar]r Military Prep .rations which were  naking in that Empire, would produce the dcfKcd Ef* -f fet\ without its being laid under a Neceffiifof pu(hi�lg �.Matters, ftt*' to *^ formal Rupture.  Bar tbia Mintilcr does no* fay with what particular v!�w  ifctTc Prcpirationa are made. Perhaps it fnay be to fopporc  Ui* C.on'.cr:ticcs v/hich arc to be hcK' for rcgultung the  Limits between tl-.is Empire      tlr Kin^Join of 'OiMf-  4Lif, an Affair which has remained undetermined (even  or ei^hi Years. Ho>vcver, thcfe military Preparations, � which have been rccommenctrd in Ruffia, iixve not, we are  informed, occafioned the Icatl Uneafincfs to tiie Court of  S-waUtt, nur have been the Caufe of other Difpofitions. � there, either by Land , Sea. than what were carrying �00 before.   It is l^wife tvinarked here, that the - � Allies of SwtJai we taking no new Mearures, or the Ibsft Stcpw^h may looked opan asoccalioncd b/ ihefe i||�aordinary Preparations of INSw, 7*Jj iO. The King bein informed of what was tranfaOing at PtUrJiiurg and other Maritime Places in JtMffitt, 'in Purfnance of the Orders lately fent from fti^vit, bas OD his Side given Orders for fevtra) thocfiind Men to defile towards Fomtrenia, in order to (belter, as il'a l)dd here, the Territories O^J>i�.MaJtfty from any on the'Pertjef'tKit EmpreCs of all the Ruffiat, �     X     6     N     D      ON. By the 'Thames aniv'd from Turky there is Jldvice. (hat the Tranfports. with the Troops on board from Piy-mouih, woe, after a Paflage of eleven Days, arriv'd at Gibraltar* . ^ ~ Yeftcfday Morning the Hon. Philip and John Vorke; �Ton. Sons to the Lord Chancellor, fet out for Dover, in order to embark for France. The fame Day the Right Hon. Hon. the Lady Hard-wick, and the Lord and Lady Anfon, fet out for Tunbridge-Wells. As did die Right Hon. the Earl of Sandwich. Pirft Lord of (he Admiralty, from thence to his Scat near Huntingdon. The Right Hon. the Earl of Grantham is gone into the Country by the Advice of the Phylicians, for the Recovery of his Health. Laft Sunday died at Turton, near Manchefter in Lan-cafliirr, Humphry Chetham. Eiqt late an eminent Merchant in this City, Oud to have died worth upwards of 120000 I. Tucfday laft a Lady in St. George's Pariih received a Letter wrote b^ an unknown Hand, with a Bank Note for  confiderable bum inclofed in it, aflfurine her. the ill Im-yreilions, the falfe Afpertions laid to her Charge, made oa a Perfon in Years, in a Situation that ought to give Sentiments of Forvivencfs and not Revenge, flull be amply Bude up to her by one that dciefls Calumnies and Op-preffion.        ' Between Four and Five o'Clock on Wedoefday Morning, two Gentlemen coming from the Tavern in their Airs, threvf fi:vcral large Stones, and broke the Dining-Room Windows of a Houfc near St. Jame�'* Church, which larm'd the Man Of the Houfc, who went to know the Gaufe, when they jpurfucd him with thtir Swords in Hand, and battcr'd ar.d abu^M him in a terrible Manner i and had it not been for the Cries of fome People looking out of their Windows, and the Aflillance of a I'crfon who was palling by, 'tis thought the Man woiild have, been mur-�r'd. Thefe PraAices arc too freauent in that Part of tha Town i but 'tis hoped there will be fome fpeedy Method taken to put a Stop to, fuch inhuman Frolicks. On Thurfday Night one Edward Bourn, one of the Waiters at the Star and Garter Tavern in Pall-Mall, fell &0m lus Horfe at Hounilow Races and fra^ur'd his Skull, and was odierwifc bruis'd by the Hurfcs running over him, 16 that 'tis thought he cannot recover. Laft Week the Aflizes ended at SaliJbury for the County �f Wilts, when John Carter, William Fifticr, Samuel Roberts, John Role, alias Thomas Davis, alias Thomas fcJ, and Robert Kilberry, were capitally conviAed ; the 6rft of Coining, and the lall for the wiltui Murder of tis Wife at the Devizes. On Monday laft the Court Mjrcial fat on board the Fo-jeux Man of War at Ponfmouth, when ten of the Lheftcr-�eld's Men were tried, four of whom were c�nvifled, �nd received Scmtncc, and the rell were acijuutcd, but tdrrcd to remain. And on WcducfJay twelve of the Cheflerfield's Men *ere brought to the Bar, nine of whom were tried; two *tre foun^ guilty, and secciv'd Sentence, fcven were ^q4i!tcd. ana the other three were ordcr'd to rcnuin Vcftttday Morning about Seven o'Llork. Mr. White, tClothitr. ^uing far Wilrflurc, wai r tbM b/ a fiij^le Hi^h^jy:! .11, cn Haunflow lica.li, ne^t Ru-vi luming ff to Hailiugtau, ot �uj Waich mU Montf/. YeAetdky Eveniiig alsoat $tT�� �*Cioclt. thice FelU>w*. between Sadlct'W Welts mmI IdiiwtMi. Mjbbld  Boy of a Piper Parcel, and were making ofrvrtthit; b d� rtM>'d a yo:tte Gentleitiui oalr Walwortb. who tad bee* at DuUich; and took fiotti bin hi* Mooey, HW; Wig, aad Cane. Ycfterday a Mao was taken int(�Gaftody (ot aticmpang to take a Gainca and a half oT a Sailor's PfizcMoncy, as they were paying at the King'a Amn on Toira�HilL Tomorrow there wilt bc two Charity Semoat preached in the Pariih Chnrch of St. Lake H (ie Ccnmty of Mid-diefex : That ia the Morning bir the Retr. Or. Prae, Vicai: of ^cora in Cha&irc, r*d Leaurerof Sc. Mary at Nttwiagloo I and that ia the idftcraoon by the Rev. Mr. Morgan, LcCUdec 0^ StJ|dt. Jb'itK oXIock, and great Caietvill be taken to kcn^enit flMiins of ill Repute.' A^ the New Wells lAGootffian'a Fields, this Evening, will be fevctal new PetfomaafCt* by Moaf. Tanfey and Mr. Hendrick, awl  anna hy Mr. Joe Gra-nser, Mift Gmnier, U*, Miles, M^ Mskt. aad others. Mr Rookerilldl MtfsAgnctta wiOi^ievcrd new Songs. Tumbling, bf Mr. Hcndrick, Mr^Tattfiw.JMr^ taouo,^ Mr. Mil�. and nikera. . To which SJilfbe adJ^. Wi|if,.n Holidays, or Harleanin at Glcens^kh.VvThc who*c to conclude with the. Trittiophs �.f PIckc. Each Pctfoa to be admitted for a JPfnt of Wine or P.accb.    . At S^dU-r's W^h. IQiogton, this B��ning. Mr� llemCiiik. Mrs. Smith, and Mifs Lmre. will fing Icvcral new Songs t with Variety of new Dance* by Mr. ifvvcy. Ifti Vender-lluys. Mifs Baker. Un. Hwugh. and ^cn. SeWnal aew Tricks in Tumbling, by Mr. DoaU^nc, Mr. Williams^ Mr. Pedro, and Mr France*. The kmIcioconclude with Sc:pio Afiicanu*, or Harlequin Qfttd Vol^ Each PctCM* to Ise adntirted for a Ptnt of Wtae or Piioch. Good old GlouccOetOiire Cheefe tt ^. aPonnd. or as^s. (Sd. a Hundred, firft Making at td, } CCfin^ or �4�. 64. a HKod.c^. h!;evvi2^,W|2UUri�tta^ STaenbaoJpiot^ Btenda'vion. ite fobTby Richard Sbcrsncr. ia the |l$av*d> Alley, uear the Leather-Market h Leadenhall. The Core of the Gout (atteoded'witb the Gravel in the Kidneys), which has baffled the Skill of the moft eminent Praaitioners in Pbyfick; can now be ni cffeAually coO' qacrcd, and cqrcd. wben in the grcateft Extresntty and Pain, as any other Diftemper which homan Nature is fob-jea to. For the many extraordinary Cures which thcfe furprizing Medicines have lately performed, and which hava been publiftied to the World in this and other Papers, are incontcilable WitneOin of the Truth hereof. Thtfe wonderful and fpeci&ck Gout and Gravel Medicines, arc to be bad only at the Jasaatca and Lloyd's Coffec-Houfcs near the Royal Exchange, and of the Author, Mr. Booell, at Mrs. Latoure's, in Coventry-Coart. Hay-Market. SIR. 'TT'HE following Copy of Verfcs was written on Jji Occafion of the buildiag a Chapel at Layton-Stone in Eflcx i and your giving it a Place in yojr P*per as it is here fent yoo, reficued from the Alrerations made in it by a former Publilher, will be agrecahle to fiunc of yoiu conftaot Readers. Where farcly not a few. drvoot in vain, Bewail'd the Difiancc of their (acred Fane, Their Vowa unpaid, where .Age aad Weakncfs (ate. And Piety unpraAis'd mourn d her Fate ; Behold, at laft. for that important End. Behold, for Holy Rtes, a Pile afccnd > Amidft thofe Bounds Profaaciicfs lone o'erfpread. A Tabernacle rear it's rev'^cnd Head ! While all the Gtsod and Pious round rejoice. And wail with beating Hearts the Preacher's Voice. Here iheil aflTemblcd let th' adjoin'd adore. And thofe who wanted, want their Church no more t Here let the publick OS^rings duly rife. The Thankful's Praifes, a d the Supliant'a Cries. One common Woiftap wrcA etenuil  iu :i c '.V ir>. Vor Rajniire*. and all. Difitafrt of the prime Parts. Arnaut*. Member of the Snrgt!;�ni Companv In London., and of the Acadrfhy of Surgerv at Parli, Authdr of the I'reatife on Raptures lately.publtfli'd by A. Miliar, hat invented a new kind of Ttufs, lighter, fafer, and more con', veoicnt than any tilthrtto made ufe Of, at all Fcrfons i)f dther Sex aflU^ed with RtiotUres will Acknowledge on trisl of them DireA to him at No.�, in MartIett>Couh, Bo�v* Street, Covent Garden, where the ^'0l>jr ittav hair* jhil fn^' vice gratis on Saturdays, till Elctvn In thei^JMt�o�>t>; \Xi\ tiigti Waut at Loodoii-biidge thi* Day at 47 .^luutvi^, after so in the Morning, and �6 eftw ti at_Night.        . Ydletday Dank Stock waa no Price.  India Stock 188.   ^ S.Mth.Sea Stock. 00 Price;    Ditto Old Annuities, 107. Ditto New 107 $ 8tks.   Ba<|k..Anntitic� 046, no Price. Ditto 1747, IOC I ha1fa$8th$,   Ditto Lot.-ery 1747^ no Price.    Bank Annuiiies 1748,   lOj f 8thi a j 4tM. Ditto 1749, to; { 8Vht a ) 4thi.   lltrec per Cent. An* nuttier, no Prce.  Million Bank, no Ft ice.   Koaijrilcnt, norPrice.  Royal Aflu^aace, no Price. London A Ciintate* no Price. Eagliih Copper. $1. fi.  Seven per Cent Ben'^ . petor's Ln i; this P�per.______�Ji_i'- FUANCliiJ  DEANE,  Ofiri^,   '] THAT Ihe ts to be confulted andTl>oHl, wi,b in all C*le* leUiira lo ih� C]l fiasassat   tks (Salients. iHrtt. YM* iMms dur tfw �ii of Towia, will iod AccemAwAiilia Tfm trht, gi^f Netitf, tk^.tlny iattnd It fit in flu CtMit^'/' Ctaidtr ci GtildMh tm M'fdif/Jjymiif, tSf 1    ixjlm, tiiTiit^ rnXUtk im the FtrffiMm, tt, rt  Tnffihiy, truhii/il^/ at J TkurfiLif, in tht FtrtmtHr fif^thia* rntfoft,. . CHARLES WUMPE, CUrk: TP/*"-" Aflurancc Office. Serjeants-Inn, July 10, iiytof E Dirtffon of tht Corporation of tht Amil be �e)(onit,' on produMnif pro|xi t^cdonijh. _ .   . . 17L tlic Officers anil Ship's Ct A' jmp's CoiTipany of _ Ku MajcAy'i Shin Cokheftcr, (hat ^tw cuncctrn'd in uking and eat dcd CO Sham m the fullowlug Uuteh I'rigfl or Ships condemned at Mibuo, ��. ibc Coiuordb, the CiifiAina and Barbara, the Cotnella n>ria, ite licfwerk, the Abraham and jUcub, and the Si|n�ra NcJcla, �hu hi�e aot )c( rrcrucd tfaeir DitiJtiMi 01 my i'art ihneof fui iha iMdnfi of Cxro CO board iha Ciid SMpi, ,  If C�di�, in M^y I7^V drfli'd I) a-rtl <( (iic Ciufi-Kc/a o^Sr (Ik Hvjral V.niu<^t, C rnli il, on I'^idtf nr(t, (lie iS-b ml).iii, t>..'Iwi:cn (he lloui, of iVo iind rovr, n oi^cf t> ^lit-juit *n Ap-m, iii�k< ilic t CUim tu the I'litok ifi< Ui hv.th Sti iii 111. OlRct*, .S.ni.)is antl W.'.rines, ih^ Kcrr  n^i> Toojcy Stic'i, S)utli�,i)(|, v|-|>uii(� lU Mt.^'.-, in Tuclday tl* 1 (ih in'tani, l-y li.j B'OlJtk i/� itr t .rc\m/n, w .uulujf ifNffw I'jr If Entity i�cetiiir% itt (uik. I   

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