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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 21, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Daily F R 1 D A Tf,  July �t, 1749 RRiV D, the Pretty Retf^r. M�r(ha!. from Leghorn, and isfiiled for the River. Arrived, the Good Hdpc. Moor, from l^met, for Otlend Remain the Outward bound, as pet laft.   Win J S. \V by .v. Exfra^ ef a Ltttr fr-;rr �/crf'gr, MiniJifT ct tht H A o u E> J.ittd >^ �6. * Many PeopJe here arc greatly furprizeH �: the prcfent ConduA of the Elci^tor of Cekgn:  His iicrenc Electoral * Highnef� having fome Fime fince caufcd a general R foim  to be made in his Troops of Mu^Jfer, has j.iit gu en Orders * to difrand a third part of his ElcAoral Iroopo.    This is * the more woodcrcd at, becanfe, fay ibcy, thcfc Reforms  diminiA. in Proportion to their Extent, the Lred;t of * tbit Prince, feeing they will make hitn Icfs fought after  by the moft confidcrable Powers   in �a.-r/.'i and if Cir- * comftances Jhould oblige his EU-Aoral Highncfs to put  hit Troopi upon the Footuig they were on during the * War. it would not foon be in his I'owcr to do it.   As a  Refofm of the Troops of Hrfft Caft-t was fome tirtc ago * expeAed, and has not yet taken i'iace, it has Bjcu given  oot, that they would be continued in the I'ay of the  Maritime Powers; though it'i> noxv affurcd, that they � will not^ but that iteverthelefs the Ijindgrave U'H-^ iSwlw will make no Reform. This confirnis the Suf-� etcions of fome foreign Minifters here, that his Serene 4J Higlincfs keeps them "b� Foot, at the ExpctKC and for � the Service of a Court, whofc Views arc very diJeitnt  from thofc of the Maritime Powers.  By the laft Letters from Paris we are in.'^ormcd, that  the Portuguese Ambaffador at that Court bid verv lately  itccivcd an Exprefs from Lijioat whceby the Kmg hi�  Mafter intimated to him, that Ue was fatisfied wi;h h's  Obedience in rcfpcft to the Jew Wmian which he krpc. 'but that his Mojcfty was dchrous thu he would abto-  luteljr part with her, and advitcd him to caufe her to dc-  part from Frcaue ' Nt^'t Jtly lo-   Affairs in Sicily are embroi'ed to fuch  Degree, that the King's Picfcncc there is thought abtb-lutely neceflary. jiaJridt Juif 11. A Rcfoluiion has been taken to make iDefccnt upon the Coail of Baibary ; but the rcrrisory  was carried off by two Eoot er of fmall V'cdeli are oidcrd to be tatn\cdiately prrj>ur'd fjr Uiat Venice. The Right Hin ihc Lord Eftinghatn Howard, Lieute nant-Colonel 0/ the fccond Troop of LiTe-Gu-irds, will bavc (he Command of a Regiment of Dragoons. And Charles Ciaike. Efq; f irli Major of tiie faiJ Troop, will be appointed Lieutenant Colonel tn h;� SteaJ. OnWedncfday'l'iio.-nasGrecn,Elq; who wasKvcly clec\ca one of the Sheriffs of this City, &c. paid his F:nc imo tho Chamber of London, in oxdcr to be cxcus'd fiom ferving the raid Oihce. And wc bear that Daniel Collier, Elq; hs� alio rrJcrj bit Fine to be paid. The Lords of the Tieafury have been pleafii ti> appoint Tliomas MainwariRg, Efqi Broihcr ol Edi�ai.1 Mii.i>vanu>. of Whitmore in the County of Stafford, Eiq; Kicuver General of North Wales. Yeilerdiiy a new SJiip for the Service of 'l.i- E..'> InJn Company was liuncjud" a: Wells .ind b'.jiioii^ iJo^k at Deptiord i flic w*i called the London, and the t^uuimand of her was given to Capt. William Sedgwick Yefterday thcGoveinois. liz. o! Bridewell aiU B 'hlcm tiol'pital& had their annual feaft in the Great Coan H >jin in the faid Hofpital, at which were picfent man) Nuble-|nen, Aldermen, 1ind other Perfons of Dulm^tion. On Saturday Uft was mariied at !>t  Michacl\ Church In Cornhill, George Turner. Efq;  fioai Aberdtta,   to Mifs I'eggy Cainnach, ol I.oibbury, a very igceah'c l^dy, euauwed with every Qaaliiica.ion thai may coutii bule to the Happinefs of the Marriage State. On Tuetday livening a Boat, in whi.h were live Men and a Woman, was ovcifet in Blackwall Reach by a (uddcn Gull of Wind i whereby the Woro�n was unhappily drowned, aud the Men were with much Ddlkuliy tavcd by another boat. Laft W. 'ncldiiy ^4ight a well drtfs'd Woman was crufii J by a Cart againd a Wall at the Corner ol Bcnnci-Strcct, AatcUff-Highivay, and killed oi! the Spot. The two Thieves who rcVb'd the Boy near Saaln's Wells, did not efcapc from New Fnfoa, as tvai Uid in Tucfday's Papei, by Mulakc, lor they were not Citnicd there. Caitterkirt, Ju/v \q. On Monday laft a Mitch, fur fifty Pounds, tjcuve:n Mr Renold'i bnjwn Grljiut', iis>obv, Kod Mr. Friday's bay Mare, Entding Mully, tvas run on Barh�m IJjwns, and woi by tne Mare ; each I'tifon tiding. The Odas being very i,i�_h foi Boob/, tac iCiu*-iog-onea were t^ikcn in. On Sunday next twoChaiiiy Sermons will be preach d 1;. ihO'arifti Church uf St Juhu a: il4ckiicy. for the Bcitef' ttf thirty Bovs and twenty Girls bilongiog to the Chanty S 4at/ Majfdalen Bermondlry, in the County of Surry, for the Bcndit of fvvcnty Children educated in the''Lharity School*�f the fatd Parilh i ih.it in the Morning by the Rev. Mr. Finch Chaplain 10 Giiy'� Hofpital : bid that in the Afternoon by ttc Rev Mi Beane. ^.,eAutar of Sr. John Wapping, and of St. Junus Duke's Place. At the NewWclW In Goodman*! Firtd*, ihii Pveninj;. vill be fevcralnew Performances by Monl. Tarifey and Mr. Hcndrick, ind fcvu�l new Dances by Mr. joe Gia-nicr, MifiGranier, Mr. Milei, Mrs. Miles, nnd others. Mr. Roofcer and Mifs Agoctia will hng fcvcral new Sonj'/. Tuirbling, by Mr. Hendridt, Mr. Tartfcy, Mr Jmno, Mr. Miles, mnd other.v 'fb which will be udded, Wi>nfun Hol.-dayt, or Harlequin at Greenwich. The whn'e to conclude with the TriaV^ehs of Peace. Bach Pttfon to be admitted for a Pint of Wiwe    V^v  Vandcr* fluys, Mifs Baker, Mrs. Hough, �nd others. Several ntw Trxic* in Trtnbling, by .Mr. Dominique. Mr. Williams, Mr Pedro, and Mr. Frsnce*. The whole to conclude with Scipio Af icanu-. orKirlequin Grand Volgi. Etkch Pcrfon to he adn.tttcd fi � a Pint of Wine or -Pi^neH^- Great \'arii ty of all Kinds of ufeful and orrametal fecond hand V\u : �nd Watches, it Prices extremely lowj alio much (choice of large and finall new Plate, chafed anti p:.iin. finiilud by the bell Woikmrn, nnd in the mod elo-ar,4 I'alte, for Exportation or otherwife, continue to be � Id at Mr. Staft'orxl Brifcoo's old Shop, the Comer of Friday Street, Chcapfidc, -the Golden Bail only, who gives � a^ uiual the molt Mon^.-for Quantities of old Plate, Watches, and Jewdi,'andrfor fuCh as arc pawned. To be fold, at liie SuffexCofTce-Hotift'the Corner of Cow-Lane, WcH-SmithficId, juft come from Oxford, n rrgulnt Soriment of gri/.xlc, brown, cut and full drcfs Perukes, all made in the ne\vcft and ncati|l F.tfliion, and cheaper and better than toy expoTcd to publick S.ile, AM Orders for Expaftxuion orany part of England v/ill be duly obryd.   FrcRi Goods every Fortni^ibt B. Dickinfon. at the Corner of the BcH-Savagc Inn on Ludgatc-Hill, begs Leav^ to acquaint the Poblick, tliat this Dey is publilh'd. Price 1 s. a Print of the jub;lec Ball or Maiquerade -1 Ranclagli. by his Mujetly's Command, afier tbv Vcnciian Manner in the Da>-ti.ni*� April the 26ih, the Day between the Thankfgivmg and Fireworks for the General Trace� with a Pcrtpedivc View of the Rotundn, '1 ents. Shops and Garden�j thu Habits which ihetc np-jcji'd, paiucularly the Ladies vying with each other in >r V iluir (I'l. *f"f, and licro ^ith 41 re ilM^jy'ii frc m Hr -.rmiii^ wont. 1 \it i.llui, l'� Ciiting the TiiO TH .ACM, i ivci / ..i' n j li-w Mifiuirs, in 1 n 1 !� llr Tnue prrftftl, �ur�i it 1 tyrn whrn 11, '.fi �ioi.nr. oU oiil� bv I. Nrobarjr, ai ehe Bible trA Sun ntut ilic C'lMptrr. H.>uic m bi. Pa'ul'k L'burrh-Yard ; and by ihc A>itli r, T. Omno4'gh, Af>ihr.jr), aztt^i. SayuUblc't (.'huich, ^�o�-Hiil, Lundin, Price ii. CJ.U II.  lie O >rvd M, >v.a'icr ta Marrhann, Cip'aiat of .Shift, and Skopbtrpm, wLa ^^tuuX'ti t.j f�ll auin, and Bilii uf Oifcthuai mi/ be h.u] ui Kirach, Oatch, Of aof ?>ihr> L�r>|uics. . he ViKuc: cf it.cli; 'lim^f^rti ire (00 well known fo the Nobthty and Gentry        iiiitui >o the Wuti4 ia fiismJ) ta need angr furtbar Recooi- limk of �ii);Iand, July so, 1749 NOTICE 11 ^f'Jyeizta, thai from >uid aftir 7hurfdny the  :-f'> iii'i an: toe ffutral AnnHitirs umltr'mrntian U iLiI! he trarstnrih.i uf..ut tbt        /illfiviiif in tmrry l^frei. .ix'iuiftei a! \ ftr Celt .4  /" ) MontLiy ami Thurfday. 7ft.jdrif and FiuLty. 1^^^  -^tFtJne/Ji'y  aiij SutttrJay. �J '7>7    ff^iddijji.j aid oMurJuy. ihd l^r* tin D^^idtnJ-iyurramt ufcn        3/     /uiJ Au- ^his Day is pul'li/hTtt^   (Pritt 6d,) (i�V;(��/ IKtitfi'l t Aft      riarti 'f'ft ff�g tlit Ili&'Ui iv) the ICHirth VoKiiTtc of i    t?� WStVlvRSAl, MA( AO.Vil.SE of iviKiwtilf* aeil I^HCat*. Nttirtlwr XXIX. t.V�!iinin|, (m iKiw S}�b ol U��t� FttS, tim 0>ptfr-l'l�t-�, I �e I its .v j�>1 n Vt>  f'"'* k'ni�tfc�. H� v H�tif>'�. T>� Cbl-wSt Me* thpd of �lv>nR r h:�. Ot' llM 'tVW^ ol Bihil.x rt f�t-ftlto. ttl Vf. �nd Pit�, il�c�*>*4. Tfc Dttit oC NerJt�aa' hfiltnil �rruc� ehitrt^i at � iRAaUaura  a> lh� Fiiltt Voltunt, VnU be Mtkt Pfinttd lor j.l(int,m, at the Kind's Atmi ttt St.Pacd'a Ckwcbi^Tai*, London ) and fold by all the B>tt tiif.'lttt ia Cmt Brt�� tmi l>cU�** Where may be hail, the for VeUimta naatly bvotwi aej kttn*''^lt ^ fiaaoi iM Dcginnlnjt, at i5d. each. ^_Notf. Pa cartful to aflc foe tht Cniryttd Mxitrfac^ VIC'I UALLING OFFICH, jully to, i^^i;^ V../;'.', tJ>..i 7�t lf\,i,t(i:'.^ r4-      iMtZ^, titf Em! i 1 ^� re/iJv toJilJ tJ thi-i.;^' J{n^JAr, f-vhtil l*l$i-ffir%!i^lfS*te, F.itgir,ii nr.tftA; l^rrmti. .mi ^f:l'f^^^dS,.d, W5ate^ r,-xfr<.f I �/' .('<�.�<.)�'./// -/.V/tj.".i'.r*^V/?!�./>,/r��-i-#jsK OS/* to/;:; Mr - C.^nii fi^d lint: i'urtf, .Jffi'6�f iW-RrtrrF*^, ^�qf '.V.' D^t/i'd,  #w tf mSti^ is frifty, the r,fl in tfu- fi^zvinl Oif�/s ff wr tf Ijmumtt JHbw, Mn, ShiffnTil, and H'u'/t^Jnt-If'tUii-.i ; te^tt/^ tuiiMi f9:0 Mfjiin^rt or 'Il - -i'Uff i-i Fro'it i'l A'd, rn^srij^j, eir t/rtfSiA thrfiid(.'iuu, in the f ^,r,d Ot.vJ .u<^u if fhamut Meni^ (.i'd l/iuit Pi rii'Ctj/. Ao/<-, '1 he ed�yft /'< ;/.," '!, ill the OiTiifititiuii if George S/swJLy, d/r/ntsr. \ A-'/',   Ihe t^ng Ifl-irtt'iHnfed Latt ixill it Ltt tt^tlier lir ff,t;ri.te, nl tht llrii./i jf the Iii.it.'t. 4. One M'Jfu.tge 0/ l/'urtrfllt i� Fi .HI. git ttf Eitjt tf PiKiJi'it, Lont, ii.ith ,1 )\iid and liididia^t it!ci-i%.\J%6, nxd ^ U t.i. -i'wiJtmU rtiiuth, in theOi uf^titiiiii >fMt. IHifym, .*ftrr.Wf. y 0�.' Mffjtir.g, or /,n,rfUKt �� th.- ti'.Ji Side ^ A�-tW F^' ^tieil I lilt, I'l I Ik OiiiifalioH  i.t,-t\ ,nt,l il i.ii.ii-i !'..'.'i.:'t. 7.   // hiry,' F,i:.!l i,i;,Lt the Fat er f'it^ i't^is^' FjtVf m.iil in U'ejl-^mitljpitd, r.;tr li' EnJ tf/ C~^.<-L.^^^\ ^tlh  i|. A NT" PctfuH     tiling ta Ufve ehit Chsrity �.t.i 9^.t:[rt Mint to Midfunmer ntxt, ncy de'ti:tr ut Prt^jj^ �j� fuifday ntxt, at Eleven oCLik, I* llm fisuf.-CuiLKihl i ; igtj in the Mian Timt niay bt inform d uf lb% C^%J^ti�itt -atJ Pioit*' iuJan hy tii^uiritig of the iitrivufd. To the Ofitiri Ofd Cinifuny tf bit AL J-j'f ' -Hfftg* W�K?a�IICt*. GlNVLIUIN, Wl J I'lR t A S there w. j Tin rhe 17th a Mretliig uf a ci.nfiUrubla Number �f yma w ib* Stitf Tl . _ in Chtncrry J.jiir, iijtfuini lu the fuiirfi AditrttiXcsHol. ntlMk > due �, iltecn. uul ul tb� Haoii iJbu Ac  .� I. 'h: .'I,      Ijae of Ifcrt'.S-f, fo S -   't/.- <:~m :���.< AicccLn; tg iuj�.. .� -n' ^t^t t .t r rri.t,i� a . . tnOant   

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