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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 20, 1749, London, Middlesex                                e  Daily Adveitifer. T H U H S D A Y,  J u L Y 20.   i749. RRlV'D.Uie Duke tJf Cumber^ land, Griffith, from St. Kit's, and � Portuguefe from Oporto. The hips as per laft remain. Wind S. W. Jh Extras of a Lrttrr fram n Prrl'on rf Qrrdit at Amlt^rdatn, dated July �.  Uur uit ^^lv;^.^ from Hamhirgh iotimatr, that fome � Days after ihe Arrixal of PrinceGalliczin in that Ciiv, i  nas obfervM, thkt he did not Odlic the Opportunity of  feeing the French Minifter there, with whom he h.id fe-  veral Conference*, the Subje�\ of which People imagine  was, a Piopofition for rc-ertabli(hing a good Underftand-  in'g between the Coucts of Mefecnv and f\rjhilfa.   We  fliall not pretend pofuively to aflure that titere was no  Foundation for thcie Sufpicions� but one may venture to  affirm, that the Negociation, if any was begun between  tbefe Miniftcs. broke off without Succcft, and that the  Coort of RuJ/in has no Inteniion of fending any Body to � fupply the Place, of M. Groof& at Parit i neither has  that of France any Defign of fending a Mtnitler into � Rmffia, to take tiic Place of M. d'AIlion. The Glory of � reconciling thcfc two Courts is perhaps rcfcrvM for Count � Saxe. who ii charged to ufc his Endeavours to efiedl this  during his Rcfideoce at Drrpcn, and he will not fail of  difplayinf. aM his Talents, and it may be Part of his Treafurc, lo 1.: reed therein, as he is immediately in-  tcreftcd in t!.;- S fincl".  The Revrnuj: svi\ ch sTc(r from thr i/.r!*: Tarnis abo-  lilh'i! by the !.^tc Rc  liit:f>:t wl-.'ch l':'i:[)'.r.'d in the Re-  publJck, will begin to be laiitd by Way of Collcflion  the ill of January next, by Vertue of a Rcfolucion which  h�' j jft been take . by the States of the Province of IM-  / -/;'a-.d this is the Fruits of the indefatigable Labour of  r.!' Serene Highnefs t!ie t'rincc citadtholdcr,..in order to � proroo'e the Welfare of the Rcpublick ind the Eafe of � the People, of wiiom he is iraly the Father. *- Neittier the People at P�>tfj, Vitnamt nor at the Hague, � can find out ihr Rcafoa of poftponiag the Nomination of  Ambafladors which are to go to the neonciled Courts, � or the Delay in (ending thote who are already appointed ; � bat a little Time wilt difcover the Caufe.  Our laft Letters from Parit advife, that every thing is  otoict at the Court of FtrfaiUts, aiid that there is no more  Tdk of any further Alterations in dw MiniBry, the  Difgrace of Count Maurepas not having yat occaGoh'd  thatof any Body elfe. as it wasezpcAeditwouM have done.' Yelterday arriy'd a Mail firom F t a N c 1. Frem  the  Paris   Gazette. Ram, July \. We have Advice from Veo'ce, that theCorfairs of fiarbary had attempted to land on the Ifland of Ccrigo; but the Governor being apprized of their DeiJgn, gave them fo warm a Reception, that'they were obliged to retire with Prccipiiation. Thr fecond Storm wt have had in this City has dona Hill more Damage than the Hurricane (hat happ^nd in the Jiigfat between the 1 th and izth of lall Munih. Ttic Rwn, accompanied by violent Clars of Thuc.dcr, fell in inch a podigious Quantity,-that in fcveral Quaaera of the City the Water irach'd to the firft Story of ihc Houd-s, and lot (omt Hours we were obliged to make ufe of Boats in the Streets and publi  I'.niploymcnts. We have rcccu'd Adx'icc, by a Courier trom Madrid, that on the zzd (be Galleon^ auiv'd ut Corunna. A6lions were Ycllcrday at iSjo Livres, I'ickcts of the Srll Lottery 600, thofe of the fecond i^'i); 'lit-kets of the La�:i m July 508, thoic of December 501^; Annuities no frice. LONDON fiis Royal Highnefs the Prince of V/ales will fee Com pany for the future on Sundsys at Leicellcr-Houfe ; and on tiunday next, the ijdin'.lant, the hrft Dfawi;:^-Roam will ke tiier�- On Tuefday by the fudJcn Stjuals cf Wind, 'the Hargc, �iih the Engine m it ior driving the Piles of ihc New Bridge at Wellminfler, wai funk. The Dead Wjrrant is gone down to Portfmouih for the Execution of live of the Chellerheld's Men for running away with the laid Ship i four of the nine toadtinr.cd by Ihe Court-Martial being reprieved. The i^aifuge leading from Bell-Allcy into Toki-nhoufe-Yard, is BOW ojoncd, by tJic Concribuuou of the Inha-ttlanu. Yefterday Morning a Weaver in RatdiiT-Highway. Who had been for fome Time a Prifoner in his own Ap.itimcnt for fear of an ArreA for Debt, hsnged himfclf in his own Room, leaving behind him five fmaU Children. Vefttrday three Sailors were comm�'ttcd to Newgate for robbing a Tavlor in Wapptng of his Watch, three Halfpence, ana a Thimble. Ine fame Moaning, ehout I ive o'clock, they alfo robb'd a Sailor of 9s. near the fame Place. They were clofcly purfucd, and all taken, tho' they had Hangers. Pirtols, ftc. about them. They prrfrn:cd two Piftols to the Taylor's Breaft, b u both mils'd Fire. On Tucfj'ay laft a Pcrfon was commiitcil to the Gaiehoufc by Richard Manley, Ett^; charged upon the Oath of Mr*. Jane Southgate, for ailsulting her in hei' Chamber, and threatnins to do her a Mifchie? if ihe would not lie with him ; and, upon her Refufal and Straggling, he drew his Sword and knock'd her down with it. and wounded her in fcveral Places, beating and itrOiiing her with the H3t of it in a barbarous and cruel'^Maniier ; then. leaving his Hat and Wig in the Roomi, ran 4p^v� Stairs, declariug as he went, that he had kdlcd the fi>\cb. Mrs Southguc was left upon the Ground in a miferaplc Condition, but upon proper Remedies being applied, (iiecis noiy feeningliy out of Danger, \ Oa Tuclday twoLMtn- lobb'd aKMaii.or><�rhat Monty he had in hit Pocket. IukI hi* BdCkifnoatof his Shoes, ia the Fields leading froi� rSt. GcOigeV Uofpitkt ChelFea, in the Day-time. " '        ,     , Laft Saturday Mrs. Le Vine, who keep* a Lace-Shop at P�rts-Down Fair, Was robbed of Lace to the Value c^f twenty-fix Pounds, by a Woman, who b the> Coble unfortunately overfet, and they all periOi'd excejt Mr. Errington. who ufcd all poflible Means to five Mn Younghulbanci, but to no Purpofe. On 'i^hurfdsy Henry Nicholfong -who has been (nifling fince Saturday laft; was found floating in the River Tyae. How he ctune by this untimely Death is not knows. Vcllerday Morn^ingdied Mr. William Ufher, an caaifMSt Merchant of this Town. On Sunday ne^tt.wo(;harity Sermons will beprraeVd in the Paiidi Churchof St. Johnat Hackney, for the Benefit of thirty Boys and twcn^' Girls belonging to the Charity Schools in the faid Parim t that irt the Morning by the. Rev. Mr. King. Ledurer of Sr. George in the Eaft i and lhat in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Totton, M. A. sad O'dQtv of St. John's Collegi', Cambridge. Sermons on this Occafion are but once a Year. Ai the New Wells in Cioodman't Fields, thit Rveninf. will be fevrral n-�\v Pctforaance? by Mfuf Tarlfey ^d Mr. Hendrick. and feveral new Dance* by Mr. Joe Gfa-nicr. Mifj Gram. M% Mi'ei, Mr*- MiUi, and others. Mr Rookcr and Mifs Agnetta will tin^ fevcral new Songs. Tumbling, by Mr. Hendrick, Mr. Fartfcy, Mr. Janno, Mr. Miles, and others To which wdl be added, Whitfun Holiday!, or Hirlcc^uin at Grecinvich The. wbo'C to conclude wiih the'1 riumpLi of Peace. Ei^;;h Pcrfon to be adinititd fii* a Pint of Wine ot Punch, At Sadler's WelU, lllin^ton, this Evening. Mr Hemlki'k, Mrs. Smith, and .Vlifs Lowe, will ling fevcral new Songs j with Variety of new Dances by Mr Karvey, Mr \'aoder-fljyj, Mifs liakcir. Mrs. Houg^h, aitd others. Several new Tricks in Tumbliiog. by Mr. Dominique, Mr. Williams, Mr Pedro, and Mi. Pranccf. Tue whole to concluile with Scipio Africanu', or llarlcquri Grand Volgi Each Pctfon to  ke adinmrd for  a l^nt of Wine or Punch Vclicrday liank Stuck w.is 137 1 8ih. India Stock 188 J 4ths a 1^9. iouth-Sea Siock iiA 1 half Ditto Old Annuities ioj[ 1 half a 5 Rifs. Ditto New no Price. Bank Annui:ics i:'46, 107 1 4ih Di;to 1747. io6  8sh. Ditto Lottery 1747, no Pncc Bank Annuities 1748, 106 1 4th. Ditto 1-49, 106 1 4th. Three per Cent. Annuities 101 1 half. M>Uion Bank po Price. Equivalent no Price. Royal AfTuraccc no Price. London Aifurancc 00 Price Englifh Copper 5I. 51. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation ;1. ids Prem. I^dia Bonds 4I. ;s. a 6s. "     Loitery-Oftcc near the Exchequer, July 15. 1749. THE Oimmvjiontrs for txiiauging lUktti in tbt Lettiry 1748 for Clirtifitutti, fnJhi^, tbnt atfuiithfiiwdin^ tbt Kotue} ty thtiit given for iringing in Tickets to be tHttrtdfur Cirtificatei,   ibrrt ttre yet a grtat t^urnber of tbt ftiid Tiiictt utc�tcrcJ ; thtrcftri, tw fai.i CttmV'iJJioncri ba-vc thuu^hl ft ta fx tin 'fiine of /�, and tnltrhij^ tbt euijtwidimg ticitit, to Monduf tbt 3 tjl Mjluiit imluffx ' i and dtfit, tbnt tbt Pro-p/i:t^rs thi-reof ( in iiAti tn fwve tbitnfl'j, i11 iuhli ,i>ilF%p^'i^.) uill iitng tbtt fiwie uis ur btfn that Day, for no ii,ni^,r'Imu n /// he grnnlid. Sate, M Pcrfur.i 'v-ho have already entered li\ir 7IkLii, are di ,'iriJ to/i'iJ foi th.ir drtifjt.i hf.ie tl.t.  rip!�( oa �Hich it sAs. 4�mi,a i^iMt�ra hTdtt>n�tk>ll7 t�l��l.   Aa .^Ipbnkh ^iCnimi ^Att*.   th* Jnt.!^ Mufr,-------'-ff'*- ""^�-'>-J^�"g"'-'"^^�--'       **ti"it(im. Ad cm*. Th� Aftthr't ClMiee. T� MH^Wm {� |)m CabRtr*; Ai l:*  A RiMbk A Song. Om Mt. Sam H�a*tr��. **^'*. 1>* IHHitrMwiW. httisMl atrfibd. tjMtn J�M Oirt taHlikfn. Qir-Miiy r>^(UUMi4 Ntt AtttMDtt ro rtAMc I'oftry It'iM* iit wa aam�r, I Om* iMymut, $et. m ll|t �f th* ba ParlboMW. H�fiw �it*���rll�, tttrx-idl* enp*n4* CewfTMMHtt obAnwJ at thw lK�tl�4noti ( ih� KatttVl �>? ntt stk, e� J jne at, i74rt. Th� Minoti v( trltbminfi ih- i��ir ot faVlft St Rwme. The P�li(it>ii ^ lb� Mwvvan BiMhiM.   t** Ia*Uliti�ii oT th* Ctua- Cellot o( C��Sri(!|f. Wijh 1 et��. jl�t* AlphaWtwal l��n to this Fwth V^mt*. N�. XXX, whtch krfink the ruth v�t*ff��, *w ^ t^vm'ikmi^: / Piiatol H� {..^^ilflton, �l thrKiM**>� St. tsaft ''AUfk^YmK UmtimiM%fWM'Bi^i^^^^ ti^taia aia lioMk ^hntrntMr ke hk^, tk* fv^ V�Imms mu'.ly M^and *r' , ; Note, B* aatiA. to 'AM .tfcs' Prfwyfttiysiftriiit.,. ,^   � :x H^.Cm^tteffvr Uthng ^ CitfitMidi ik/i� �#*airWr� fut n ttfuirhg Zri$(l^/ir �its�s*w ;/Ar ;/W;*twV/.tw, vr.�. r I. FamrMe/iMgcs cr Ttttrmemtt fyitmit tb> Ki^Sti^e/' Aldirff!cr;:bary. in aCiiirt ctdliJCarfiDtc^tO!^, 6m^tfixHcb it'empty, tL>c ret! in th fe-v^al Oanfaiixt/ tf Ls�renir ihie, MfJ. SirJ^lf'J, aid Ulllijpi H'MkiKt \ fv^tihtf ^-ith Mvt Mij^ttttpc$ � Trticndifs i� Frtat iit Mdrrxtui^Kfy, c� r�tfi Sidt ' tkfatdCvtrt, �V//v fnivtkl Oiotf^itutt .^i'iepuu iUrtifin tittd Ifnac Pit\h,ttl. Aete, '/be ixhfv,- Piffteifn �rt// &r Ittt tegethcrtrfepsnttt, mt the Option cf tk-&tJdfrs. t.      Miiftfogt or 'ihtfumf, wV* TTintfhvfft ��ietM^ C4J��f�wflr�/.j tUrcfy b,lif!giK^^, ftmstf fit lhSi^^fl^\^.C0mr^ cfDvchfstt-Lact in 1 tuti^f-Strttn in tti*J^^4iiQii�fi*tSf of Mr. Lsttnlm, ASi. Far/t-r, Mrt. StJn,       Afw. iUtt*. 3. Out Mifi�gt � ttttr/nemt ntxt^ th ^ki�vti^ DtuhjlM* Lane, U tkd Oai^im if Geifrwt Smuitey, Cxtftittr, N^t, fht Hm Li^'mtiiHnM Len V!iti tt hu t^tititr d4ktn J, i� tttr to rccoTcr (hrir Prwe-M^ ocy. ?.?t. t"i'i(>/ 4.d IK* �f.tn knum whfre ihr Eife<�i Uy. he decl-J! tuf; t.iic � trti^i of AjBr p'� t".j||,pinj piSifiiMM tj iIk^cii* Rel>'lui.t'c, trj- the (M EC�fi*-�T 1.? tr J�;fj�&'d       Ut Li*  S lh*��loic Jrlir \\ie Ii   Cl'^.a: s.'.i Stanxa W *th.� Ktwtir Ul Sf*tJ.:ri-L'r.f r.tii 0 Sit OfF. r, in �r.ici ta !-.wL/cri .1 thrj OA-'c .1. I:^* l�a;-. �� tVf..�.-x o:�f. i)f 1*1. cji j!1 Prtiut^. �.^r..ci�. J .rt irii.j t., tak� Kut.�r, 4�4rtx�� J,  r. t,Y Tin o'Cfa^k 
                            

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