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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 22, 1749, London, Middlesex                                'fhe  Daily AdVertifef. Nu lib. 5; 84. S A T U R D A r.   July aa,   1749 - fN.y 10 \ \1 do\\ti, the Kiig rf Sjri!tnia. Mrrin-l:. for Ncivfouft.]i�nd ; the V. 1:.tIc� TowTi, Dobi-Tis. for SoJth caroiina ; and the Lian. Ceard, for 50u!ham{jton, ard -f�inain, with tie OatWard-bound is per lift. Wind S. S. W. .�ft Erfr-j,9 ff a JjflHr fren It Pirfcn tf Di/itS:et at ?in%, d^t.-J Jiify lO. � Tit  'luir? of thr Kingdom arc in fach a St:u;.ti3n a� < cxcctils �ii Ho.c� ; aid �\hjt proves this to be Fail,i�,  ihai ttic Price of all the Royal Fundi, ercn thofe which  h.\il the Ieai5 Credit, hare confiJeribl/ advanced,   ^rhe  fam; haJ happened in rcfpcrt to the other Fundj, pani-  culaiiy that of the Eail-India Company, which ibconfi-  dcrably rilcn, and will ihi|. irUs gioughr, behightr. AU  ttts M ��ri!ju:cd to thi Rcgaladons mavlcbv the Coort � in relation to the Edtit for levying the twen:ic?h Penny,  and thr Etlabiiihmcnt of the Sinking Find : infomncb  that if Peace continues bu: a few Ycart, the Finances of < the King will be in a better Condition than they ever  were in during thr Reign of any of his Predeccfibr?, and � his Majelly'j Revenues entirely difengagcd from Debt;,  excepting thofe whicUthc Goveinment aredefirotuQtould < continue, in order (og-ve fome particular People an Op-  portunicy of putting out thcsr Money to Adyanage. and � of making Provrfion for others by craplo/tng them in the * Management thereof. < One may rcafonably cencludcfrom what it faid above, * tlut the French Mintitry will endeavour by all po{Eb!e * Means to maintain this Peace, and render it of foae � Doration; and the more fo. as it b the abfolate Defire of * the King, and the favourite and elUblilh'd Syficm of the < Marqnis de Puyficux. Mioiftercf foreign Affitin : and if * there (hould happen any Uifiurbacce in tht'Nerti, in * fpight of ail the efforts that are ufcd to prevent it, the * King will take no other Part in it than by the Subfidics * lyhich his Majcfty is to fumith in Coufbrmiry to fonncr * Treaty,  There is now no more Talk of the Departure of 'Madam the Infanta ;  the News Writers have indeed * from Time to Time fix'd upon a Day, but have done it * merely from ConjeAurc. knowing pfvfe^y well that * the Court had not declar'd any Thiag apoii tht* Subject. * In the mean Time the Infanu fccas vcrjr well lans�cd * wkkWing where flic is, bci^g extremely bclov'd by the ' Kwgaod all the Royal Famdy. andccfpcAcdjadcveTt'd ' �7 aii the Court.* LONDON. At a Meeting Ycfterday of the Commiffioners of die Land-Tax for diis City, the Qus'.aa of the fcveral W^rds were fettled in a more eijual and equiaUe Manner than bas been known for many Vurs, for which one of the Commiflioncrs (well known for the many Services he has done tliis City) bad the Thanks of the Meeting. At the fame Time a Committee of fix was appointed to wait on the Reprefcnuiives of this City, to defire their AMance with regard to the general Qaota. which is grown fo grievous to many of the VVards, owing to empty Houfes and other Accidents, that ihcy arc utter'y incapable of fupporttng the Weight of the fiid Tax. Yclteiday a great Number of German Protcftants. who came over hctc out of the Palatinate in order to go to Nova Scoii^.attended the Baron Munchafen, Chief SccreUry for Hanover, with a Petition, at St. James's, to follicit their Paifage to that Settlement. The Number of Perfons ^ilrcady gone for Nova Scotia is, we are inform'd, upi�ar ciHr    ^l**^'* >�> ^'uoon Fanfluw, Elo: vacuu b/Wt Dearh of the late Incumbent. YeAiErday hbGrace the Dake of Grafumappeinxd Mr. Yoong. OrgftaiA of St. Matthew in Friday Streci. and of Chrift-Chutcli ia NewniB-^crect. tec. to be one of his M^e&v't Moficiaaa in Ordinary, in the room of Mr. Rofe,   6 J. Vefterday two Men, fcfpeacd o' bc-og BdiUgfs. rccciv'd wch fevere rreaixncnt from a Ga�� of SaiLr* at the Pay-Office in Broad Street, thai incy wt c c^ficd tiiT for dei*]. bong cut       iiailia in a moll *i l tiowa d.fchirg'd tarce Periou^ out of ih:i i'r fon by I'lc Token itz /.. W ^ia^h they reliitn thei: mvA gr&tctul It.ir.k* i a v,oi;hv Ujaiple to ail j^oad C:.i.rtiAn>. rs.nv of ite.-.i Liirg (�. P�^r and dcft..ute of F..ti;Jj.   1^*1  ihcv  c*r.cu. cbtii.i S'r^vgttfr, Jmly tx. We the Unfortunate Debtors on the Common Side, return dar moft hearty Thanks to ou> worthy fienefador a. Z. for fifty Slitilings, given tlii^ Day to our Steward, and fifteen ShilUngt for difcharging a poor Debtor; and to our worthy unknown OenefatUi.t for eleven Half-peck Loaves fcnt us on Wednerdaylail; all which were equally divided, to oar inexprclTiblc Relief, having nn Opportunity of begging at the Gate { bclidcs, not one Prtead b ten caret to vifit as here, though fonie of us are fick and weak, and otken naked, and nothing to lie on bnt bare Boarda. Tomorrow two Charity Sermbns will be preach'd in the Pariih Charch of St. John at Hackney, for the Benrfit of thirty Bop and twenty Girls belonging to the Charity Schools in the faid Parifh ; that in the Morning by the Rev. Mr. Kin^ I^eAiucr of St. George in tht Etil i trd that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Totton, M. A. and Fellow of St. John's Collese, Cambridge. Scnitoni on fhi  thoroughly iiiftruiled in all his Father's cuifous Methods of Operation, and has pradis'd feveral Years fot himfrlf with the mod happy Succefs, continues to treat all Difeafcs of the Eyes and Evelid) by the moA fafe and expeditious Methods, funndcd upon a reg>lar Education in this Profeflion, and a long Experience, at ius Houfe in Great Queen-Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, whereNumbcrs of Poorapply, and arc cured withouiE.rpence. Yeilerday Bank Stock was 137 1 4th. India Stock no Price. Souih-Sea Stock no Price. Ditto Old Annuities ic8a 1 8th. Ditto New 108 1 half Bank Annuities 1746, no Price. Ditto 1747, 106 1 8th a 1 4th. Ditto Lottery 1747. no Price Bank Annuitiei 174!^. lotS 1 4tli a 1 8ih a i 4th. Ditto i'49, 106 1 4tli. Three per Ci-nt. Annuities 100 a i 8ih. Million Bank no Price. Equivalent no Price. Royal AtTurance no Price. London AUurancc no Price. Englilh Copper ^I. 5s. Seven per Cent F.m-pcror's Loan no Price, tive per Cent ilitio 78. La/ik Circulation 5I. io� Prem    Inlia Honds 4!. 8i. a 101 , rbhDeyh puiifid, (Pria is. 6J. only) 'It StmtJ fJ-n,�( It wtliH-it frr/tut, s Vi'f :'J ill ht traiu^^i! .iltf ufLOt die Dn)i /idlauuM^ itt fv^ry H'tik, (ihliJayi ,-%:,f^t.l) lit. J^^j^ Mjil.l'iy  ami \ J.'ur'.Jny. '744 ^ W F,,.Lv. ll'iJntuLiy  a'lJ It.turJay. Mtt/tJay   itnj  ThuifJ.iy. ^'10 at 3 ffi CiHt c:.�;. l.jHtry 7<$ '74''' i 1748 \ 'Y^Wli Managers l.r l: >.Il, 1/1 I      irg tljc 1�U I.Jti.jji r..ii. I.' ; I!', u; ALj^ail /.rii (ji ^n? i'wi. itt l/M*itm ifgiflKit^ fttrt Iff      wig-int/^{ *f Remain* le Wwifjt\*f 1Wll.\(jO: or A Gaigr.ipSkal Defcriunon/ K4t .tal 11)4 Civil it ftwy | ti^ir.tr  aaU);fs iirnin f>nfrt t^� r�tttiit�,,ca(�tkfit Hirbonr, � -4 h*| |>)t .Siiuilian o| that limmat Ultni. In �hl h is ��in-pr�h�mt�', whattv.-r it to b� met with in Spinifli, Dutrh, rrtM't w Etjiiifh Writtia r*l�p�r-Plste._-ltsu Ulie. anil (Vinclsle* on whkh It aOs, < ~ in lh� CtMtiy. An Evening Thouahi. To that incamparahlr Fair, t 4t Fah�. A RiMir. ASt>n(. On Mr. Sam Hrndfrfoii. ^MtatM. The tK.hc erHMihuih. beiluhi antftcd. Quetn J*n� Creii ferfaltrn. Qtivn Mary ptttlalmtd. . Htt Attempta to rrAort ifv^try bcfttn  r Volames nmily be�nd *ni letter'd, Hrico tit. 6d. or hilf�boumi, t6i. tft'. or aar On^t Nunibat ftcm tha Beginnini, st  lk fot tha UnltfifaJ M�t�stn>. GeneraPPoft'Office, Jtil7 ai, 1749 WHEREAS Thomas Munns. mi J tlx Mv9 Foo pad* tburgtd 'uitt the RMtrj of tU Ynrmouth jtfcf/, Veftcrdttf Martdnt, A-Mvrw Ingateflonc Rumferd, ��imi /'AwM/rdT Puddle's-BridM, -wm tuft Nifbt ttpi>nl>,!tJ.,t tmJ eammittcJ to Newgate, tb� ttbtr, nvb^Je Name is tmivewn, it net ytt taken: � Tl�s ii / give Nitite, that a Rtnvcrd */ Two Hundred Poitndt w herehy of^nJ,/�r tte taJHagtr affrthtttJiitg of the ether Ptrfvt etMcfinfJ in the fJJ jM-heiy, fo that he he cetmifted thtrcof. He it .ifiri^J t-t h e� young Matt of about ttventy-fivi feari ef Jge, Jive Feet-filem or tight Incbet high, fr;tty 'wtUft, of a tiark ruiify C>�^.*/b�, a high Forehead, and had on lefttrday a blae-grey Co./, emd a dttrk or brvwn fllg. Note, Thii Ftrfni it /aid of late to have lived or ladgfd at an Alehoufe, at one of the Thorndon'r or Hotndun'i tititr Brentwood iu EfTcx. By Coiittnemd of the Poll-%inpir-X2eneral, -      _ OF.ORGR \>m.LVOCKE. Stcretarj. Navy.bfiice, July 19. 174 9. "^HE Prindfat Off ten artd Cotnniijpcnrri ef tis Mejcjfy't _ Na^y give Notite, thai oH TaefUy the 1^ if ttijtt Mcnth, at 'fen e'CIeck in the Morning, they ^.viU ex^fi to SuU at till OJtee. the HtMi of hit hi ffii't Shl^t the hvirnfi. Burthen 354 font, tiiiDolphin, ^ 418 Tenr, emd the Fit/e^m Fir^Jt.if, vfzz% Tom, lying at hit Majeftyt Yard at Pertfmintki at alle the Feli/ione, Burthen 608 lent, tying at tthfertrji ; tcgrihet 11.1th th irMpJtt, Terdi, R'/gin^, (^f. at ptt TnxvKtory, ts he feen at thii O^ee eutd the fuid lardt, -nhtre they maf be �vitit/'d by /itih Pcr/ont en are tntlinalle to attend thr faid Saif, arid lid for thrw. And ai a Difitfil of />*'� CeU. or in Proftrtivn thir,tj, it Io be mtuie by the Perftrt <;vA�jittd/ putJiiifc the fat J Ships aad Parlitklars, all Piiiots iiho jhali uittHii the fttid ^ide are to lake Nt.'i(e thereof, at;d tone tnpar'd f'jr thtit Purj'jf, ; and untefs the Shipl fo pnrt'.'MJ jhidl it ptdd Jji aiiii tiikin  ifofit j/juli be Jurfufd, and betiwe the' Ptoptrty if (./VU'W 1111*. Orticrrs, Manmr^ a.'ul FoicmJl iVj n, briunging to S.^u�dron cumnunrfcd b/ fomnicxlorr Olluiin in th* SiimniiT of ihc Veai 174S, Jic ..'alircii tu mctt iticir fa^.til fliri).�.-n uiiJcrwiaUii, oil luefdij �?�, llic i4tU in'.\. it Twcltc o'L'l unJer my Ci m-mtnii, uluili cfuu'd ufl �'ic Stie|hi> Mmth 111 iKe Suoinirr of tlie Yrar 174^, by inflnoat ng ilut ilinc U Pil/c-.Monc) due lo ihtm on A.i-iuni oi three Uuiili Sliji. uhifh weic Oupl by iuuic uf llic Ship] ul the above irertiu/i'd Vju.idio;i, uid fcnl Iniu Glbt^lxt to br niuic lliKtl; rianii/i'd , > fj!eiliM!j  4-1 i]'., iIm!  t^. '. Di rtl un, bi'^'iel't 11(1 i vu'i ih� S ,j. 174^ Ilii.NK y UsaOK.v   

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