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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 18, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The  Daily .Advertifef. T U i: S D A Y,   J iLY  IS.   i-.ir r:i RRIVI). the nihopfioinc. AyrfS f'io.;� trilU^i. Ttic i:iir$ ai per ia:�, letiuin.   Wind S W. VeftcrJay arrived a Miil ffoin M/tiri-^, Jafj a    Tbc Coatt �.as f.T.t  9n fxpjxlj to   Or.n,  wiU Ol-Jcrj   to tJio Governor relative t)> inc great f ic^  , J"b '^'"^ MirnnJerflandiog trifcn between tbis Court, and the IIc!y S^. in regard to the Dcfertcrs ivho have taken Refuge io Iknerento. is not yet determined, ind'li* M^jcR/ has given 0.-tler� to reinforce il-e TfOOJp* ^*hich form the Blockide of thit Place, wi'h (cVeril t''* Workmea employed at I'ortici to finifli'tiic pifcdvcry of the \'etlrgc3 ot the anttcnt City ^f HeMclee. fiaving foucd therein fcrcral more Statues of fine Marble, have lent them to the Ro^al Palace. ttghorn, yufy 4. The Q;;arantine which fcvcral l'owcr$ bate imj-ofcd ujo" Ships coming from hence, occaiions tkis iVrt to be lcf� fre  cci Ake the necrflaty Ivlealurcs 10 prevent it. Patnw, "July 8.   M:Kianie ^-aipcncro, the Ladr of �kc Prime iVlinillcr of ihc Iii;�nt Dukc. and wt;o u&s rcpoitetT to-have been taken l>y ^ Baibary l*"atc. and ca.ri.ti into Atricrs, is arrived tic:c \<\ j-.ojj tlcalJi wnh il. her F4-lai^', and a (Vl:!Iion of for the Court, Bcra, Jnty 14. The^ I'lOt far altering ihc Regency of Ihh Canton was to ha^c been executed in the toiiowijig K|9nner : On the Night of (.he ;ch. a 1-irc uas t t:i>-g 10 cx:in-U^dit, the Heads of ihc Conipiiacy were 10 nave caas'd tor. 8co artncd Pcafantf to Lave enter*ti >he City, eichcr tf ^Surprize, or under Pretence 01 *lli:'ing to extin^uifii fiJ^^vcK, who were 10 have been joined by the Coalpira-(m-in the City ; tt  they hare made b ce the Year bomg rciaiburs'd   the Su.tu they paid for them, and the thargcj they have been at in improving them. 1 ne Dcii^u ol ihi^ Ordinance :s to prevent thelc Cunvent . &c. Iroin becoming too powerful, to the Pnjudice of tiic Laity, and the Kcvcnue of the Court. Berlin, July 19. On the i^thMaifliil Saxc faw fcvcral Regimenls excrcifc at I*o;iJani, whofc Bc2u'y \tirds dined ui:.. :i c King at his Palace callJ C,u.i-Sanfy. We ILutercd ouii.lvc^ that Count Saxe would h:�vc ini.tlc a longer Stay tviiii u�, hut on the lyih he dcpertcd, with Icveral iVfioiis o* DiitiniUon in his Retinue, in order to return to DniJen. Brnffdt, July to. An �n^li!huian ciUbliJhed in this City, tvai taken up iitll Week, and fent to Pnlon, being accufcd of having fcrvcu ilic French as a Si>v, during tbc MWar. LONDON According to the Acco-jift received z\ Rome of the ConfpiraCy again.l Malta, it was formed by the Bachi of Rhodes, who was carried in Pmbocr dicre loiUe Time aijo : He bad brought into his Dciign all tlic Slaves in thelfiar.u, to the Number of 15300, who a certain Hour were 10 maflacre each his Waller. They expecled to meet wi:U little Difficulty in making theailctve^ Matters ot the Uland, > it is ill fortified, many of the Knights and Suluiert uuc Crulzinij, and were aiFaied of fpcedy Aiuftancc from the Algeriucs, vwho had been let ir:a the Plot. It was difco Ver'd by a Greek, who un icrflood the Turkilh Language, and overheard a Conveifa ion of fome of the Riojlcadus. Other Letters fay, that one of ihefe Ui^ iia\iug fccurctl lu hiotfelf a Patdun, bcia^ed the whole to the Cr>i:d Mailer when it was v.-ithin eigh*. Mours of bcii.g j>j: in Fxecutii*� By a Letter frdin ope ol ifcc Gentlemen �.: l^e Orkney* feat out in the Baltimore Sloup, Capt. Walker, to I x upon proper Place* to eilabhiU the Fiii.cries, �e are informed, that feveral i'lans of Places had been taken, and wuc thea ttadcr ConUdcraiiou ; that ihxec patiivwLu PLiui 1^1 been ��'(^'icd or, and up^vards of Ms Perrons �.crc eigigtd i-. Iciclirng the Giaund, and tnjkug l"t!"|>.>:i    < for � ady ftU'd i and that t.ic in geiutai fcfm*d traafjjoitid wi;h Jo;.- in Evpo.M.c.trri n the great ticncfii It unduub cd'y in..;l be to \S.,jlt Kin>i.jm ^V'e are ali\;:v-l, i.ijt N;en uf VVjt o! \%-\y. iti-i three of l�er.?v Gu >�, v�i� be il*.i..n d on �}'..�t v.i...l. ut tvhOm arc to be Lru.^crs, lu oidcr to >..v't .,>' c F:ili^iies in th.ir infaiicy, Lnd give ihcm pi.j-o' 'a ci. Hi, Majcily has b jxrfc. Yctlcrdiy his ExCvlloncy the Ma:qlis de Minopei.v had a great Levee at his \\ efc i-j Gu�lvc(ior-Sq'.:aic. n.o.*l of the foreign Aii.baffadots being tiinre to �ilit hi� Kxc;liency. His Servants make a vrand Ap;^�rai^e, their Livv-ries b.-ing icariet laced With &ilver. Yeftcrday his Geacc the Archbifhop of Canterbury rcarov'd from I.is Hcv-fc in KojiUcgto.i-Squire to his fahtcc ar Lambcii), to rciide there l".a ly this Moining .he Cofps of the la;c P.Ue r>f V'oi.ugj-was-xarrtcd from ht*-4�fa�;-j--44T?a>o in i'rivy ' G.iKfcrts, ip otJer to be intend .^incii^il his Aiiceilois ut bou^hJrii m Northaii'po. llirt j the Corps uill. it's taid, lu; �;ci l.- a: t'lacc by up.vards ol ;oo of his v, i ace s Tenants A Prefcntftuoa pafs'd the Gre.it Scd. fir the Rev. Leoaard lloivard D. U. of the Rrclory of St Gvorg^, Souili.vark. hv. ... prcfcnt.d thereto by the iloa. ttic Lo.-d High taaav.tl!or. Ytlkrday Ilorni^ig was married at the P.triflt Cliuich of ^t. A. il;: �v Ho'boru. Mr. W alsh, c-f Thf jadn. ciilc-i'lr" to Mifs Pcarce. of Cnaunjj-Lrofs: an .igrtvabic )ou)ig Lady,  of great Ment. and uptvUrds of       ol. On S-Joday d)ed at his Hnufe at Hadley, Mr. 1 humas Chandler, forratrrly an eminent Lianrn-Draper in Hia>v-Kadder-Strect. Ycllcrday Morning an Ox. over heated by driviDg, X'A great Damage to fcveral Pcifoos; in Chcajfidi: h; wlf^d a Gcntieman that v/as croUing the Way, and by the .Mauiian Houfc he gored ar rldcily Woman, and toifvda Gfnd.ai^n v.ith fuch Violence, that it was ibungM ibe t.�o bll could not pofiibly get over the Hurt ihcy rccciv'J, more particularly ttie Woman, who was got d in U�o Ceatl. Oo Sniuby Itvcuing. a Man in a Scaf.iring Ortts was found call on tiic l>4)Oie by l.iaichoufe i in his Pockets were feveral Guineas ar.d fome ."^lUcr; and by fome Papers fuund about hiin. it appear'd il.at he wajr,lj;ciy diKhargtd from the Cornaall, which artivd a few We^s f ther io the Head and Ptiroat in (o dangerous a Manner tb^t her Life is defpair d of She was direflly t'ccur'd and cariied bcfoic Jullice Fielding, and by him committed to BiidencU. I iie tw� Tl ie\cs who n bb'd the Footboy by Sadla's Wells, Ifli-^ton, !all Friday in tbc Afte noon, and were lodg'd in New Prifon, found .Mcaiu to cfi-ape the fame N ijjnt. On Saturday Night a Soidicr wa; taken in Whitrch.nptl, and coRimuicU 10 iha: C>aol. for llcabng a Silver hilled Srturd out of liie Ili^etc of Col. Lalcrl!.:* in the Tower, at  the lime of the fif� which haj'pcned there on Friday Moriiin^. Ve.'.crday Moitii g another SoMicr was taken in Cheap fide, a? an Ac<.o.iipl ve in iliC liid Robbery, with th: Hilt of the Sword in h.i I'ockit. v.I.icli he acknowledged he- was grjing to ofier n� Sale.    Ho vvai carried b: fore ^.i (ieor,;c cnaoipion at tj .iltit.all, uho committee! l.i.-n to Nrw-aic. On Saturday Nigitt l\kO Men were liikea at a IKii.lc ntar Rumtord. being charged wuh lobtji.ig i..rec l'e�io � ib't Afcc-rnotiii bet^vccu Bieniwuud and Ing-iuKono. Dir^orjt'.', Jkly 15. The AiLjtcs c^dcd i:crc ibis L �ening, wlcn two Pcrlous receivtd 6'. ntcncc of Ueaili, one fur Sheep Uealin^, tae oiLi.r l. at were tiied for taSiinor p  from a Uuich Ship, cail.d the lioop, laicl'  llraudcd ou Po(t'.�ful-Bc4Lb, arc aci]ajii.;d Uooy Corr.cli.ir, of .AmUcrdani, was Ca, lain. Biijicl, July .5. On i tiuiiJay twenty-fcvcn Pcif>ns conf.n'd far lJci�i (under lul. caciij id Ncwgne, wuc dii'cha'g'd, tbiu'.igh tUe chaii,�blc and C'liriiUan fieuc-volctce of ihtf Rij;i-.t Honour^tl/lr lueCoutittfs of Huoung-don 'i'hcre arc fe^cn utlur Diltiuis, and icvrn Pvrlons (detained for ihur f :w.'Je be dilckirged tt.roug'> the f.mc i.obl� Dil'pofuion and Bounty. Elnk^irgh, July 1 1. Y^llerJjy nas rcfunied, before the ju^l Ciary C�u(i li^rr. i!.c (Hal ot job" t>nii h aid I'Iki iaa:> BrauihAV/, ioiaicilji nici-iioiicd, lor eauiaei frtii�{> the current Com of ih>> Ki.alin. wl.ci: two B-lb ot lutiK'luicni wcrv prtfcired aginil SxiMt 1, cnv' lor eounici(. 1 ii.g itiv C�li>, aud the Otr.it iji ti-i.:..^ lJlf.i i^i the (. mc ; k>hcn after fevc.al Wumif.s were raaiLiiicd. ll.c July having inc'ofcd for fome I'lu'. rerurt.d a U.iiu in a a^aliill fa:d bn>iih for toon'.cifciui'g i!.. Cvm. b^t an I|;uo;amui aa to m-ki.ig the DiCi. r^oiU"^ u >ct done k.uh lajxd to Bxadfhaw. ..V,! .l i;� j oor tinfortiinafv! U btorr 01 tUa Cv>ni.iuin m ii'iier; tin, P.r.ijfafh, purcl) for S.iccour and Kc� l.t;. i>.tiig nov.' more f, r.lir.id fioji Air tlian Pelotu ; ihroi^h v.iiuli wo ur^' (lipiiveJ of l)r^(iaiiin_'. Part oft 'C .Sptiou Will be oit Tucfeays^ and M-ifuk foi Damiiigyi ufual, Ihc lin-crtaiiiiuc i.s of Ol,pur's GarcU'ns. Will contintt4 thi*tn�ti cvciy r.voiiitlij >_uriiij^ [h^'^aiV.oicr i5��(  i vv.VhJit kM^I coiiiill it a coinujoic I'.i.td of Mufiik: Th�: Miifu'lc dividcvl ino liireo Art�, two Songs beuvreh eavh Art hf S:^,not.r Sv billa ; .ind ilw vvliolo 10 cutKlddi; will) neW .ind biv.sitif.il !,^irc%votk^, t!ic fiat ever c.xidbUcd in PiibHckc The L>o.->ri vail be opened cx.'dily at Five oVl^ik, alttl gicat Care will be taken to keep out PeVrons Pt* ill Repute,., At tic iS'iVV Vvclli in t,UHnlman's I'li^.ldf, ihiy Fveuing, will be ftvefal iv.'w I'erfon-innccJ by ^''i i>i". J'artfe/.ami Nir. nfiKl,i^.k, .>nJ fi;vi.i,il new Dances \>f hlr � J.>;j Gia- ' nicr, .Mif> Gra'ier, I'r. Mile*, Mrs. Mihi;, 4nd otIicrSi Mr. Rooker and Milt Agnctta will I'lni', f;vtr.tl t^c\K,Spngt. Tu-:b'ing. by Mr, licidrak, Mir. Tmiley, Mr JsntiO* Mr M:!c�, and uhcrs J o ivhich will be adv.td, WKUfan Ho'diy, or H.rrlcj]jin at Greenwich Tha whu'e ti coiit.li!d* [I c F i.iinpli* uf Peace-   Eaeh Action to be liyniittcd for a Pint of Wine or Punch. Ai Sadler's Wc'.U, l!l-.�gton. this Evening. Mr. HenifAirk, M � S,iii.!i, and Mif- Lowe, will ling feycral new Sonps 1 \�i;h \'.Mir,y ol new Da-^ttrs by Mr. Harvey, Mr. Vnndcf-ll.iys. . ?iri Baiter. Mfi. Houf,h,. aiid other*. 3evc/al ne�r fruk' in Tunibltng. by Kir. Do�intque. Mr. WilUaw*,-Mr. I'cJro, and Mr Frances. The whole'0C3Nctud  7 ..'''ll*. . Lottery 1-47, no Price, bank Annutiit� 17^8, u/f). Ditto 1749, iq6. Three per Ctrni. Annaities, 101 3 Sti^s li 5 8.h'. Mdlion Bank, no Price. l�i;unal�iii, no: I nci. Ro,al Affjrante, no Price. London Alluioiice, no Price. Fiiglifli Copper, 5I, {s. Seven per c'c. t Biupcror'i Loao^ no Price, five per Cent, ditto, no Price. B^nk Cuctl* lation, 5I, ics. Prcm    1ml a llondi 4I 3�  4*-___ M   I    D    1)    I. iL- Gr'irra/ :i^ii.'it,i Sfji" r/ t/.c I'ltiif 0/ tnr Scvifnirit Lii.l fl'f Kiiiy, l>-i^u J/am l.Unth 0/.l^i-il, ill tbt i'l.ii ifjrtfuid. i\nJ uu ihifumt Dty h'-h'ily /.Jyuinmit.t .It liin. llull in St JchlliSlUst, im i.njj'j/ rl), j.iiJ L:uiiy, Il>u/nm Lntic, A'/yj  Sir Jata i ll..rt. Jil'ii A.ilrur JiiMiri CJitKroiK, l.ukt Rtjiin/ j-!i:ie dizen F.lj'do, lrtj/ajfit, umt il/jcr MiJ'dtcdi ihit:iii:tidi/i litfami County: IT btiiig irprcfenttd uut > this Court, that feveral e( ii.ni>>ii I'layert of Jh'crludes, Gameilers. and other IojI.-, lolc and diforduily Perloin, have for feveral Vear� 44.;d and ac^ulloined to jiB>.iiible iriid matx icgethvt at l� .eial fair, or prttcude�l I'liri, held in this Cotiniy of Middlifc*. nut warraiurd by Luw, 10 wit, Tottenham* Ccurt Fair, I'ampdcad lai , and Paddington Fatf ia Ho.buin Divift o, ho jhcpi'cid's QuQl Fair in KcnGrgoa Oiviiim, the W.tvh t'.ar in I'liiitur) Ofv fion. Milf:-I^nd Fair, and Buw I'air, commonly call'd Green G'  fe fair, i 1 itic Towtr Divifjnn, and Miiy F-r in W^HjniuJKr DiMiion i fome of winch i an* contini.c for a I''ort..ig r, and uihris lor Thr.c Wccki, andMlio-.- ^rjat Numb;'> v.f PiO>le flay till One or TrtO of the I Ixk lU Uie Morwi j.; And fucb Pl.i)rM of Jiitriladbs and o(ii<;r �*il-d.fp. i.d Peif his have fieqiiciilly l on tiltfiA to Contf^l^l IvT GroaiJ, aud ihcreiipjn bu'.li Booths aud ^^hed>, v%here ti.ev have a.lied lucti I'ljys at'd Dru Ij, and csrrvtd on ari ct'ioui.,ged divers kr^Js of Unlaw/ui I'lay and G-nii'g. wuich haJi uiAiiilvil'y i.nd�d (g (hf trfiwoiaia^eixcn: ^   

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