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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 19, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advertifer. W F D N E S D A Y,  Jolv 19.   1749 , tnc Robtrt and Margaret, Wallace, from Majorca ; Gri>in, ttom Malaga ; the Briunnia,  Purthafc, R RIV  D, the Dcmjck. Trail, from Malaga ; the Witling Mind. Scoit, from Zant ; the Warren, Teaj^ue, from Lcghofn j th� Yorkshire. Minby, and the Duke of CumbcT land, Robinfun, from Alicant; the Britannia. Gaol, from B t-P�eWa4* to go very-toon^w^crtiw > and Tomorrow-Count de Richecourt will fet out for Lorrain in his Way to England, and is to be fucccedcd at Turin by General Count Coloredo. Hagut, J:Iy sj. It was rcfolved this Day, in the Af-Icmbly of the Sutcs of Holland, that M. de Be^kenreode Ihouli be propofed to the States General to be fcnt as their Ambaflador to the French Court. LONDON His Majcily has been pleafcd to appoint Melcbior Guy Dickens, Elq: to be Envoy Extraordinary to the Esnpreis f Ruffia. . Letters from Lilhon of tSe ift of July, N. S. mention VjtPortugucfe Majelly's being fo CJCtrcncIy ill, that his lUewas dcfpaircd of. Jfy the laft Ships from Jamaica we hear, that there came Rqnefeniations concerning the Difficulties unJer which Aai Colony labours, and is like to labour, from the EiFcd* of the new Duty upon Sugar, which ha> already frighted fCTCral Planters into oiher Paris of the Weft Indies, Hb Grace the Duke of l>cvonihirc being informed that the Payment of the Toll due to his Grace on all the Corn and Grain bought and fold in the Market of Weihf rby, in the WcSl Ruling of the Lounty of York, was prrjadici n. a great I imb.-r-Mcrchant by the Hlcct Market j by uhofe Death a con-fidcrable Fortune lails 10 Mr Deputy Ciccve ol Conih.ll, his Son-in-Lakv. On Monda\ Nij^ht was dtcently interr'd in his Family Vault in the Charcti at .N'orihaw, tfcf Corpfc of Richa.d Lerain, of Nonnaw in the Lcjniy c>! Hcrtioid, Elt^, A GcBileman whole Dcuih u gic.uly .:iir.rnied by all wl^u had the lj[>.pp!RclV of beii.'^ srqujin cJ \\\\\ hini; (or he had all the (iualiiicati'ms iiui couii reidcr al'trlon i>t l\u Con dilion 01 Lite (crvici-ible ; bhJ was a hearty jind generous Friend, a good an*! kind M-ller, and one �vho inatlr u l.u COnftant StUL'y 10 hnd Linployntoal lor the Poor, Mhiih he did for great NjintKr>. ^nd vn� conllaotly relieving the MOT ar.d neccHiious 1 amiliet .iboui hini : A Man wiihout rride, and pji�~t^.il to I.is Word fiis ElUte, which is Very coafidcrablc. toircj to hn o-Uonlo'ate SilUr, Mrs I�ucy Alie, who is a LaJy cndott d vvuh (he many good ^^taliiies of hci dccca> d Brotlur. On Monday lall died ai Barnes Mr; Pcarce, RcliA of Ac late Mr. George Pearce. a very c inrnt Plumber in St. Manin's Lane, veiy nmch legicitcd by ail who had the fhlfiuv of her AcqtaiiiL-iiwe. Ytlctday MatiUew Bcdtoid was comntiited to Clcrken-Bffidcwcll by Jafticc I'lcldu.g. lur alf^iuliiog Mr. Wil-Wlutsbrnd, Gcai ihc Ntw River Head, IlUiig-.ou, wi;h two other Perfons not yet taken, prtffnii' - a Piftol to his Head, and felonioufly taking from . 1 a Silvrt Watch, and fcvcral Other Th�ng�. The fame Day Thomas Kcmpton w� i jmmitted tt. New Prifonby the fame Gentleman, for t> nioufly tak-ng and carrying away a great Quantity ol L.timen, and other Things, the Property of Mr Richard Smih. The Farm at Hendon on which the I^avftack took Fire, is the Widow Johnlon's, and nMr. Uifford's. as wasmentton'd by Miltake in Monday > P.i) cr. At S.-id!er's Wells, Tllington. this Ertrirg. Mr Hemfki-k. Mrs. Smith, and Mifs Lowe, will lirg Icveral new Songs ( with Variety oi new Dance* byMr.Hj>vey, Mr Vender flttys, Mifs Baker. Mrs. Hough, in�d oiiitr* Sevctsl new Tricks in Tumbling, by Mr. Dominiqat, Mr. William', Mr. Pedro, and Mr Prances. The who'e to'conclude with Scipio Africtnus, or Harlequin Grind Volgi. Exch Perlcii to be admitted for a Pthi of Wine or Punch At the New Weill in Gpodtnan** l-i*id�, tkn Kveninp. wiil>^ Several ntw Pcrfonnantm by .viunf rartfey and Mr. Uendrtck, and feveral n�w Dahcct by Mr, J(�e (ira-^ nier, Mift Granier, Milci, Mrs Mil��. and others. Mr. Rooker and Mil's Agnctta will fing fsvcral new Songs. Tumbling, by Mr. Hcadrick, Mr. Taittey, Mr latino, Mr. Miles, and <r ov Punch. -Tbis-Day will be a g>c. r^'^HE Committn ftr Ulting tht Cilji LauM in lU Jirmtt ^    0/tie CljHt-thtrloia of the City c/" Lio./u yi.'f Nvtue, thatlbiy inttt.i t; hit on Rcf,, in Dutit/wil-Lane, in the O^Lufittian of Gior^i- S.WiiJiy, I' n pintir. A'tf,   Ihe tue Ljl-Hiintitnet} l.ctj f,< Utt iQgtth^r or hjiiir.il^, tit the Ofiiiin of the BidJirt. 4 IJn.' Mej/uugi or �Tetitmnt in Frcnt, on the-fajt Sid* of Pii-iifg Line, u.ilb a lurd tuid Uuildiii^i liiKkn.f;\,rdi, and a It tm - yaultundi mtatb, InlheOu upalion <(/ Mr. U 'i//in, A let ch:,nt. 5 One M'ffiuige or Icnement on the It^ejl Hide of Niiv Fijh-I'Ii.lI litil, ill iIm Oicupulion oflhomai (J^otd 6. ! no Mefut/gii or Jintrm/iti (formertj one) in Front in E.i'l he.f, Bfpojitt I'udtHng-Line, in th^ fevcrtd OiCuptUiolu �f Hi:b aithfid, nmr the End of CoiuLuiu, luttb � Jiu/ihc.id ut tbf Entrume tbirt�f fronting SmilhfitU, im (be OivupeiiivH of Felix divert, Effi Md that tie /aid C^mmittei u.i// fit in iht CtJiiuiJ Cbamitr of the GuiidiaJ/. Lamiut, tm H^edHef/ey next, tti ittb inftuni, at Foxr tUaek in the Afttrntom,   to rntiu* PioffjMh /ir the fume, ofivhibjuriberhformtUkn and priunj ^uiti.uL-. may it had tit the Coinplrolftr'i QJm m the CinlM-fJI aftriftti . tit u bi(b fjud printed Purtuulart all Per/aui bidding for gnj of tb ubrv* iMi urt to -write tbeir Frtftfei/t, ^____D   SIAMAN,  C^mfifll.r IH     Br t icn   of   the  iiuciny  .if  tiie FREE snil EASY, uc lUCr'j to meet s( shn Kiiit"� Ann Tsvcifi, New Vaid, We|lniii)Ac(, ToaMOtaw, bcii^ the actk uxWuX, al Two o'clock in 'he AUefooOQ ffculfly, 10 |>aiukc tl * U.: sj{ Vcatl^c with th: Pididcnt uid SccKlary- By  Ot4ei  of the   t^idcAt. Jti�  St4ft uf.4 High Water at l.oailon-Bridge, this Day � f e MiniitN � 'f * ''w �>�� Morn'ni^. and 0 after t in the Alfefnoqn. Vtllctdur B�n'k Sco�;fc w�j i$7 I Sth a I 4th a 1 8ih. L'd a Stock no Price. Saulh Sea Stuck. l|6 I 4th fof the Opening. l>i!to Old Aonuities 107 1 4th a 3 Sih*. l">nto New no Price. Bank Annuities 1746, 107 1 4tli for the Opening. D.tto 1747, 106 % 1 8th. Ditto Lottery 1747. no Price. Bank AnBmifcs 17 �9, lc6 I Itk 1 06 a � 8:h. Ditto 1749. iu6 1 Sth. Three per Crntt .\nr�iii.ics. 101 % 8ths a 1 half. Million Bank, no PrJco. tqmvaleut, no Prn.e. Ro � !jAndt in /?v Jiomnt f. ^" the Ci\imkti.Jm e/" f/v C'ly of JUndiH j^itt AW/rr, liat tbfyint.mt tt lett en ftxtreil Le,j/it the fo/ii^iing Ut.','iin. I. C)�f .1 r/f-JriKg ftr f\>.fnty-ont }Vif�^J, fi\'tM*ffm^n or Temnmnttt etntigtimt ta tetbtlbrr, iit ffvut next ^iitb^ .^Idtrfgutt atxl iU^uniK^ il\rit0, on tbt Evrl/i Side, tswo-nbtti^ tuxt tke Cit* ein- rsi^f/y, fbe oiLtif in titfft'Uertt/ 0.d Eiivf:betb Fc.x. 6. On ei lief,uri.jjil.iaftfj!- ttvontyont TttvitOHe M^fuofft or li-tieKCMt,  i,miHt, ffLHrui Buildingu etnid 0 Otr^ penters lard anJ li'orlybof huiJhvtit^fi, in ti,h, .nj a Purul oj Meal ieiii, /liz'd in it pnwiM h'oiU>suje, gillie /old at tbii Ojfm    fridi^ ntnt% 0I > / hi fi o'Clbfii in the Aflirnom, S'jie, 'I be ii lurch, {Jiv/hi and Satit, mi.y it ftiu'd at Daniel Pen.on 1, ^t.rtb-MeiLr, Iti iMnAtth, liti J>iiJ, J*' tBtrrio^, and Fitday Mtrniug._ ' Mvrcrtt-HaU, Loudoo. July 14, 'Tp HE Comfany ^ Mtretri, htndim^ Jo ieniygi-vt ^\tlen, far tkml PwfJi. tHAKLBS UlUMFl. Ori   

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