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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 24, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The  Daily 4-dvertifer. MONO AY.   JtfLY i;49 I     7it\ 2 2 ^ _ T -    .    \T L'j. sb  Wary. Fa naier. >nJ ihc   ;  iicrnt;. Waviliaui. f.or BolV n ; ar.d '-\J^  ,h.- Poral'y iv.J Mary. M.-i^jirrc. .:-,g ITiiron, Si.ii..^. for Opir.o; iic Man! ^u. V?.-.;.icW5, �i d it.c ir...xc I l^:iz.-.b;in, 1 i.cl.c!!. f r I'o-ifinojth; .ind the ;t AnJrc**', Krnj-.r... NewIouniUuJ. Af-riv'd. WQ^icen � f Hungary. Vc>l, from Lifeon; inJ ihc P.ttry IM,, Gcnn.;n. from AniiU* gnd Trff" en ThorfJay the �th inflantj and lo^ only two Men in the PafTi^c, who were oat of Ot^ler when they cmbark'd, and lhpt-''�>'K,i wrri' iTT-lifpftt'd with Agiirf recoygf^A^n-thttt" Voyace. Lijism, 'Ju-y it. His Portcgucfc MajcOy has been of late very much iiidirpoi vi. bj; it u now given oiU tliat his Majcfty i� ninch better, and l*ifp3ri.tions arcaitua'Iy making for his Journct to the Hot BaMis caii d the (.a'.diU, about Ibarteen Lsajjao from thii Place. Alalta, jfi'.-- ic. The B.>(haw of Rhodn it fecms is one of the piincifal .Auibors of the Coafpiracy dilcorer'd hrrc He was (omv Yitnc ago a Piifoi^cr ui the CalUe of l.lmc, bat at the So'.lioiuuoas ot the Court of FVincc wa? rc leas'd from that c!ofe ConfiiuniLnt, and aHow'J to walk about the City. Wc don't know h�jvv he wi.l b; tic-ll with, tilj his Moil Cnriilian .N'^jrlfy's Sentiments arc thirc-ipon known. The principal Chiefs of tnis horiij Plot apeQcd Afiiilancc in thiir En irpriz: from the Grand Signiar and the Powers of .Afnck. yiBier, Jb.y 15. Vft have received Advice, that one of our Ships having fclzcd in ttc Canal of Corfou a Tatian of Tripoly. funk her. after pruing ail the Crew to the Sword, and rcitoring to ihtir Liberty farty-two ChriHun ShfCS who were on board ihc f  of Dragoons, and a large Detachment of Infantry, oarch'd into the City for its Security. This Execution, *cu thoagkt. will be fooa foUowed by another, the Com-tniflioBers appointed to try the CiiminaU ara extremely �fnduuu�, fcldom breaking up till Ten or Eleven at Night. *Tis (aid,, the Sieur Dtoxt hu given in a LiA of a8o Ac-compltcei. Of the eight Pri.cip^s wba cfcaped, four Went to Soleune, to aik the Protidion of th�: French Am-balB'for, uho having rcfu�'d it, and threateni>.v- ui .. theai ai.r.) *, i- ^ :  nfr> 3'..jrs, with tvlof AHUtance ihev were to have Iciz^c - i' 1. iV rc : 1 it Members of thi' Rcgeo^ ; after whictt Capt Hcnu, ou.; ( the ibrtc that have aircaAy been execute.J wa- to have been proclaimed Diela:or, Conful. and Diiivcicr of the Kcpubl'ck if Birne, which arc the Title* adop:cd for him in a Manifratir.g. lov.anij ihc End of t^.iubcr nrxt, the iliifd fecclar Jucilec fin u(l of Oldtr.bjj.-g lo lar i i.nrr �>f D at ihii Court ; \i tcre he wojid have Ujy d foir.c (iiiic hxpger, h.�d lie not p.-omu'cj ii.c l'iuifti\ Rn^.d to i)^VX at tie Cclcbtation of the .Inuivcrf^ry of her liiiili, which Wt� YeftcrJjv. BifLie, 'JiLj iz. Nothing is fo much talked of hei� as' w� cxtracrJiAary llonAui> which were paid to Marlbal 5�Jtt during bi$ thuri \ ;lit At his Depaituic tiic King P^n{cJ him \vitu iiis Pic'.urc, ^nd a Snuff-l>o.x nuUy fef tJh Diamonds, to a great V alue The^ Coou limcni he iheKipg at Hie kctiew, wis a. lollows : tytn *�ir.tVa,V-, /.-,. fy[.M l,xi',:.,J U-*M:tur:b, '.liizt. A Number of Swcdiftt Frigate^ ^ecTuiJi.g i, the Ciltick. and arc coninual!y rciufurccd. The K jfEan Flee:, compofed of twenty �ve Nlcn of War. �em iat 00 the LoJ\^ of Pel Pruffii.' wfccie the Admiral tt^britcd tho IV.il of St. Pcicr wiib ^rtat Sp'cndor. Hti'tit-gb, J:.', 1^    .Vf   I'ocinii. v.ho hi. rcdJtd here "�*ny V ^u�, aged up ward!     3 Lji.cifJ Vtara. Frii-^i: 1";,^ F cnch arc di'J^faily rcpairirg "tail,  fi^f 21     Trw .-vtig >:avinv' ^iven Ordtrs for the Pf^-ncipil tvri. . ,1 the U c W'^j to be p.umJ in the Gi- \ honaur'd with chit grand \Vork, ha� bMuh *rith the Rcprcfcntattons of the Mttles of Fontcttoy, Raucoux, and LafeMt^, and the uklng of Bergen op Zoom r.ritt Jttfy^^s iC% alfurcd that the Jews here have prcilritcd a Petition to the King for Le.we to build u Sy �(;uc in thi� City, and tnat in CmitJeration thereof ihcy therein offer to give to the Poor of iheHorpital \^^oo Livrcs per Annom. Th�y write from Qrvft, that � Fri gate U arrived from th \V had a private Audi^ce of the Ki^g, wherein hVi comma-nica'cd the Difpatcnet he had reoBived from hit Court. Megae^ JtJf t6., It was not Without fotne l>ifiicuhy tha> the new  o (accept of that Employment, which he cJterciOts in in fall Ex.'oti a� upon tiaturc DeKI;icir�tioait wa| judged noway exp:diet)V fbr t% |�nliUck S�rvic� to inaH9 �liqu^tcraMi>n in the Fiu^�UQaa,�E MMM^i^liiNOficMr; Biyo�i^*8at naturally " ripfatii friMft the Rerublich^ having an h�h(ditary StAcltholdcr at the Bead of tha Union, >h� good ESetU cf which be* come daily more hnd more confpicMous; and theObftinacy . Mthmo-mcwa ill rcfunng to [^y'.Taxas, bcgiht 10 rcTaxr the Gcnetality uf Pei}{>U perceiving Taxc� may be m%dc much eafier under the new; than ever they were under the late .Admi'irtranon. L O N D O N. KrKjingm, jufj tt>. This Day bis Excellency the Marquis de Mirepois, Knight of the King's Orders, Licjtenant Ge.ieia'. and .AmbafTadot Extraordinary from the Moft Chrilhan King, had his fir'l privstc Audience of his Ma-jelly. aitJ dv.-livcr'd his Letters of Credence . He w.is in-trudiccd by his Grace the Duko of Bedford, one" of his Mojcftj* s I'rinctpal Secretaries of State, and conduilcl by Sii Clement CottrcU Dormar. Knt. Mafli;r of itie Cei^-moiitcs. Ycttcrdiy his Royal Highncfi the Prince of Wales had a great Court at LcicetK-r FifUs. The ;vl, dp Mirepulv, the French Ambafiauor, \yit> ther rd Verc Btia�tclerkc reiigncd all hi� Folia.undisr the Govetii' mcnt. U it reported that Sir Edward Hawke will hsi appoin'^ed a Lord ol the! .Adtnindty in his room. His Maj -ity ha;s been plca&'d to give Ordera for the Payment of  e Coutt of Turin, hi.> in his Way been prc-Iciitcd to bis Molt Chriftian M jclty, and was p:ricdly Well rccciv'd A Poiir raiic.' of an .A.icniptat Berne to refcuc the Coofpirators iiirc; *hich had l>ecn rcndcr'd inelFctflual by the Itrid Guard and Precauiions ublcrvcd by the Burghers triday Morning f!ied at hi� Scat at Kinufcy in tlic County of Buck', 1 lifip Herbert, Ekj^; Mtinocr of Puiliamcnt lor tr.it ciiy ot U.tloid We have an Account of the Death of Lieutenunt-Ge net j1 liatiiiltoii. Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoons in i.i't I'ViJ.iy Ni^ht died at Mr J.icob M  good Copper, a� is produced in a�y other Pans. The fame Lctteri fay, that great Parcels of Ground in tiotloaln New E"g'and, at^d Partu a.'jacent, are fuwn with llcmi. "nd pioiueed tlte lait Crop a very gre^t Quancify, and tn (.Quality Djvhing iufciior to that produced ai Pc-tcifburgh, &c. i'hcy alf ut Seven o'Llock, a young Man who was cauhing of EcU with a Net from the Side of a Lighter at the Hermitag-. by f me Accident fell into the River and was drowned. This Week a Pjymaflcr Serjeant is to be tried by a (Jencral Couri-.Vlarii.�l for Defcnion in FUriderf. Ott TburJdiiy one J'tcub tjj 'lulen, an out lawcd Smug gler, was taken at Guudhuill lu Kent, and commiacd to MaiJAonc Gu#I. On Friday wa� couimktcd �� the G*tchoufc by Thomas Klly^, Efiji of .New Palace Yaivi. a .Man, who at a>i un-Icalonablc Hour of ii.e Ni-!n ilopi 4  n, and took httn to the Kou^dhoufc, where he lOte up (lie hioOfi which he threw at People who llc�vl to look at him He lately Came out of New t'r.fon, ai\kt is fufpctlcd to have commiiicd icvcial Robbcri(^� Oil Saturday a Perlou was taken up near (irorvenot-Square, for fome Robbcrii^* committed by hinftVIf sntt aft Accomplice all VVeek, Acar Ncvington in Surry O I Fiiday Night a Felltiw was  g and robbing f^-vchit People, and bidding Defiance to the Inhabitanin; on* of whttni �tit taken And caniud beftire. jullice Fidding, and he im-peachi^ the uihcr four, ivyo of whom .vrerc taken on Frtdav 4\1o.rning. and were cxaaiincd before Mr. Alderman Afgill at-Gu>klhaBT-^vli�voiHiuinvd i)iein biinh to the Compter" FridayMornihg'a Fcllaw was dittoed in ptcki;tg thft Pocket of JofppU I'atrin, Efqi it> Bithopfj'Mt*-Sirect, and carried before the fitting .Mdcrnun. who comtnitteJ him to the Compter, Several Peilons in Sailors Habits attempt* �cd M rtCcue htm. On Saturday lill fome Irifh Bcggtwi pcrfonnm^ thtit Callinj; lhioui;li the Prtiilli of St. Muru(> in ihe Strand. ^Veiit luto a l'av>srn like i.'iippU'?. and mv tW.ir being rf^ fulcd u Supply by thoScrvantH w(.re veiy nhtitivp. attd t^f' the (Mailer i toining to turn them out ol uit Mucfai i^Utc* diiitcly fee aiidc the Cripple, and wiUi ir.^tr oak in pre* tended Ctutehe* beat hint, and challenged him to fight in the Street; and oUho* a oilUbte was lent fur, and came* he rcfui'td his Afitllance to thi; Inhabitant, and the Vagraai* Aoerilli'd their titieka, atid wont off in Triun^th. U ther4 People can adl in fuch a Manner m Wcflmindrr. what Terror nwll the lnliabit.inli of fmall Villages or tone Uoufca have when they come among them I Tomorrow by particular Defire will be,a |;mblick Break* fading at Marybou'Gar^cnk* and will ifoaunue on Tucf-days a* ufual. At the Nl-w Weill in Goodman's Fields, this Evening, will be fflveral new Performances by Mobf Tarifey and Mr. Hendrick, aiiH feveral new Dance* by Mr Joe Gra-n'.tr. Miff CSranier, Ir. leUler, Mrs. Miles, aMi other*. Mr. Rootcer and Mifs Agnetra will ling fsvcral new Soc^s. Tumbling, by Mr. Htudnck. Mr, Tattfcy, Mr Jaoiai, Mr. Mild, abd thcr* 1 o �'titch >�di be addff^,^ wh'tfa* Holidays, or Harlequin at Greenwich Fne who'e to conclude with he friu^nphs f Peace Each Pcrlon to be admitted for a Pint of Wine or Punch. Al Sadler's WelU, Ifliiigton, this Evening. Mf. Hemfkirk* Mr*. Smith, and Mif* Lowe, will iii>g Tcvcral new Songst with Variety of new Dance* by Mr.iiarvcy, Mr. Vanocr-fluyt, Mif* Baker, Mr*. H9Ui,h, �i>d other*. Sevrial ae# Tricks in .Tumbling, by Mr, DomimmiCi Mr Wilttam*, Mr. Pedro, and Mr Frances. The whole toco->^clude with Scipio AfnCaiuM, or liHrlequin Grand Vol};*. F.jch I'crfoo to  kie admi 'ed  for  a P'r'i i'>f  vVi.ixc oi   P nth High Water at L�iu!>in-btidge thi> D^y at 47 Minute* after 5 .n the Mornm^,, upd 1 z alter 6 in the Afternoon. Saaird^y Punk Stock was 157 < 4th. Lulu Stock no Price. South-Scu .  Price. I'lve pei Cctii. dtiio 7B. Bank Ciicu!.^l>un {I los. Preni.    ln  di 4I. ly.. a los. J   011   N      G~7^"~R   N   F:   R. /�( Pji llumi ^1 reft, >ixl  D^or  tn tie Comir       it/^/r/.^W" I^^'ONTIN U 1* S   t",y   urf. Iiir,   Ul,   tat'y, 1. Ills CiVNKER, and CANCEA m the Meitth or &w. VM luiLit iny M>iih"<: lri>l> �  U Afft^-*-iiui^t, ti�i fucb � will, unJii the littfltiii >f COD, >lhiX Oyc Cuic, la i no >i ihii4 Ditilinti, if aiti to (uvo at ihr Mklidy ipjuxs; 04 mtm* "(luni CuntiiiusACc, tbcb K�0ic*ics <)  caulii a viiikU AUrratius t�r (it* btfit^ ill vat Otf. �, Th k� utiii^A ttic anJ Sa'cif, �ii4 uko aNay imiaotMld;! lh� t^Q oewtwiwei by iliirii, il rvor lu cairfliv.v 4   lUE-NA'ILS wh'uii (row into the Flerh, tM�o|tt erlkuW bid fuctcr, h >c, w.lheut �.utUll|. i h( i'iuih04 the abuvi will b< ina.ic a|i^r (O Inch a* USUftaia t'.� Icift Duubi ih
                            

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