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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 26, 1749, London, Middlesex                                erti WEDNESDAY.   July 26,   1-49 --�-"-: 'i    ^ - , '\'xt, MiTi (Jfi%ief, Mr. Mile-. Mrt. M;}t>i Ji�3 other*. VIr. Kooktr �n�l Mtil Apwtu wtit |inj( (trenl n�w Scngt. (\irrWthg. by Mr. Hcrartck. Mr. Tmfff, Mr. /mm* Mr. MjIc, andothm To nhxh ��i!J b; �d , or ll.i.-lti.{uia at Grccwkh    Tit* who!* la >* adnittced fjr a iNot ol Wine er Pojpth At Sjdya!p. KuK Ferfoa to fce admi;'rd f fuu�.- High Water at London-Bridge thk P^jr *i 4.  W-.tei after 7 in 'he Momin|^. artd t6 g>ter 8 in r.'r -XLi.-r.rr ycft�rd�y Bank Stock �va� 137 1 45h. . I'.f^v* Siudi -.^^ 3 4th�. South Sea Stock 00 t'rkf. Ditro Otd n* Pri'ce7 UJttb New leJ t ba!f 4 5 Sr.-. Bsnli Annuities 1746, 107  4th. Ditto 17*?, �o6 t is I 6!h a 4th Ditto Lottery 1747. IC7 5 8:};*^ Daaiij Artra'^-tioj 1749, ic6 I 4th a I 8iU Dmo �,49, ic  j 4;.!  I 8th. _Thrce fer Cent. Annuitisn loc � 4th 3 3 itSw. Mi!iton Rank no Price. F.^ioivjkUu: �-> 5 �ice "Ucjai Allurance no Price. London A(rvsra:.cc no Price �.:{(ii2t Copper 5'. 5�. Seven per Cert. Emperor'* Loin, act Price rive per Cent, dtttp no Price, ftatsk CircabticR 5I 12$ 6d. Prctn.   Jtttlia Oond* 4t. lot. m 8t. a to.^ Nary-Office, July 19. 17457 ' TUX Prhdpal Offtri tiKii Con'-ijinml:  t p :J }'at\!i,  en ittf nu^ Ih 'viexv'J Ij fttib Pirj:i:i .V tzrr mcLn.ii-ff l� dttttsd fht'JtvJ .V../^. onJtiJ/lr tlvtit. And at 0 P.fs/t tf sj I. ftr Ct. in PrefM/io/t t\t(t\ it tt h h tht Pirfim 'U!k�^^ fii.d\!U /.'v fitiJ $t:^s and PtiyiUnLirt, all Ptifias wkf jtu// ultinj thd iVtd Sf Forl-i!ijo/ Ward. CiDlofcd Lcrd Robert Manners to be Lieutenatit-Gover-or of HaO, in tar room of General Jones, deccafed. I.tragraant:Colonel John Banington, to be Lieutcnant-Covemor of Berwick, in the Room of General Pi ice. Mm*ot Richard Boules, to be Lieotenant-Govcrnor of Pcndauits-Cad! gonier, to be Colonel of ^ S�cz.d Kegui-tci of L'lagoOn-Guard^, in the room of tfeeDake of Muctagu. In tr.e Scccwl Tioop of Horfe Guards, commanded by Lord Ca�Io�i!^. The tir! OS Efcftgbam. to be Firft Lieutenant, and Liiostecaot-C o'oac!. FtiS M.jcr thsrle* Clarke, to be Second Lieutenant sd Lieaui^u:! Colonel. Gai^a H  Qacjcn and the {aid Republick, concrrning the Ancars of Ictcrrd due 10 the GenOcfe from the Uai.k *f Vsensa before ihr la'c Vi'ar, and of which the Senate fGesoa has de-anJeJ the Pjymeat. coafotm.ible to the iJtSaiiiw Trea'y of Pcacc. Thcy wiiic from A!gJer>, tlat fome Overtures have beeu ��dc to the Coefjl ot a certain Chrtdian i'o>vcr by the to procore his Uodiatioa for accommoilatin^^ Maitert, b at ;o frrveoi t^ Ai^k which it xt known federal ^cSiis r*ji*-c^* fcave mcdiuicd againft that City ; but Ait it li Siiv ci^ich doub'.cd whether thii will have any A pivi-e l.f.'.tr hosa PArma aJvjfcs, that the Court ii ^sits ite C riSi<:Tiaiio.n. ictera) Blli being polled riaite -^fci.ti i-i^ti ot that Cuy, /i^nifying. that it **�liig!i ri.=iC f w: " ocrs thouid r t, tfc* cottia lix fumul; be qiellcd, bjt \ y th.- Afliilance of a Party of Soidiefs, tvhich carticd fome of the Oft'cndcrs to Prifon. It It confidently reported, that- his Mnjefty wtll rcvirvv the Life-Guardsin Hydc-Patk the Beginning of next Month. His Royal ffighiici'' the Duke of Cumberland and (>ene ral Hawley will review the Regiments of Light lioifc tMid Dragoonx. Thi.s Week the Lords of the Admialty. who have view'd all the Dock?, ^h-ps &c. on the Ivitlem Pan of England, fet 4>ut for Poraniouih and Plytnouih to view thoie Docks. We ate_affured that their Graces the Dukes of Nw-callle and Bedford ha%-e fubfcrib'd 40^1. for the Eficoj-ragement bf the Scotch FiflicrieJ. Several fmall VcJTels, from twcnn- to fifty Tons Burden, are now building in the Riwr fur the bcrvice ol the faid Filhcries. We hear that the Right Hon. the Lord Wcnman will be chofen Member of Parliament for the Ci^ of Oxford, in the room ot Philip Herbert, Efiji dcceafed, without Oppofitioii. On Wednefday next a Common-Hall will be held for the Eleftion of two proper Perfotis to, frrvo the Office of SherilFs of this City, in the room of Daniel Collier and Thomas Green, Efqrs. who hare {aid their Fines. By a Report made Yellcrday to the Court of Aldermen of the Expcnces of the Coartt of Confervancy, it appears that the prefent Rtght Hon. Lord Mayor has favod the City near laool. in that Article aloitc. Yefterday ~r- gpcncer.   Efq;  an .craiftcnL-CydcrL MerChaiit, near the Royal Kx'chant.e, was married to Mif> Wells, Daughter of -^ Wells, Efqt an eminent Coun-fcllor at Law. On Moilday died Michael Leheup, Efq; Secretary of the Prefcntations to the Lord Chancclinr, The Organ given by Right Hon. Lord CornwalH^ to the Town of Eye in SutFolk, gives general b.itlsf.i^ion. It was made by Mr. Byficld, Organ-BuiSdcr, iii Rcd-Lion-Street, Holborn. One Day lud VVeek two Servants bilpnging to an timi-ment Sugar-Baker on ColWgaHill, ha- ing fome Word;-., went to Blows, and in the Scutik fell from a Loft i'omc Stories high to the Bottom i ,pnc was hillt^d on the Spot, and the other fo da^ngeroufly wou>id�d, that 'tt* iiiought he cannot recover. The Woman found drown'd in the Canal proves to \>3 the Wife of Mr. Gray, a Carpenter, in Oxtord-Road. The Affizes ended at Chelmsford on Saturday lad. before Lord Chief Baron Parker and Mr. Jurticc B^in-o't, at which were capitally convifted, Join, Ji pfim .-jhil Wil liam Miles, for Hicbtvay Robberies; ICdwnrd Harvt-y, for dealing a Lamb) 1 homas Wliitc. for aifiltiag in r.A.-uuig and taking away uncuftom'd Oioods out of the Cullom-Houfe at ColchefterJohn Aylts, for Houfebreakin^; and Phillis Dikes, for the Murder of her Male BaiUtd Chill). Milri and Harvey were reprieved before tKc I.ordChief Bnron left the Town, And the other four ordcrd for Execution. John Green, capi'lalty convi(flcd the laft Aflizc-s is to be tranffortcd for/oiirtccn .Veart, YcAerday was committed to Newgate, by Juftice Mon-woring, Thonias Robinfou and John CrolV, on the'Oiitlis of Huiiry Tliom(ifon and Elizabeth Iviiop, for atlaulting them oi� the Highway, arid lakm^; f om Thompfon his Har, and Six Pence in Money from Knup, and putting them in great Fear df their Lives. ' On Moiid.iy as Mr. Bauyh, an eminent Oilman in Holborn, was walking to ILuntilli i'own, he was overtaken by a Man, who after waHcinij by hint Ionic f ime, afk'd the Way to Hamplle:id, and thru iinincJi.itely turn'd upon him, and held a Pitlol to his Bicall, wiiilit he took from him his; Gold Waich, andiheViuney he had in his Pockets. Trn'^y, 'fiily i6. We have the folluiv Account very well aticlUd by a Oentleinan from ^5ll(ord (iuvrn, viz. That on Sunday tht; aJ of thti inllant, about Eleven o'clock, being near the T ime of Low Water, the Sea ex cecding fmooth, and the Weather fercnc und fair, the Inhabianis � f Dale, in the fa'd ILiven. were alatincd by a fuddcn hideous tVluiimirinw nf the Water, and to the great AmazemOnt of a MuUimde > f Spe^'Utors, t^ie Tide was obferved to rui> up, in the Sp>,.e �i one Minute, to Hi^h Water Mark, und vvitli the lame Uapidiiy to rctrc.it again : This Ph� omcnon was reptalcd (even tiinei n about three (.^lartcri of an Hour j the \'iQlcuce of the Torrent was fo prodigious, that Boats were forced from their Moorings, and turned over and over; many People were in Danger of being fwallcAvcd up, but providentially no Livca were lofl. Next Sunday two Charity Sermons wiU be preach'd at Rumford in Effex, lor the Benefit of the Charity Children of that Place; that in the Morning by the Moll Kcv Father in God 7'homas Lord Archbifhop of Caoitrbury ( and that in the Afternoon by the Kev. Dr. Allen, Archdeacon of Middltlex. There are two Charity Schools �i�4ted, theone for forry Boys, and the other for twenty Giflj; and it is now hvc Vean (iuce the lall Lhaiity Ser muns wcrt: prcach'd This Day will be play'd in the Artillery Ground, Moor-ficldt, by Order of the Noblemen and Gentlemen, the third grand and dccifive Match of hve on a Side between tlie Addingion Club and kU England, they having play'd two Matches, and each won one. The PUyirs aie, for Adding-ton, Faulknrr, Joe Harri?, John Harris, Jackfoo, and Durling, agaiott Long Robin, John Bryan, James Bryan, Bob Eures, and Val RomUy, for ail England. Thu Match is for 100 Ciuineas a ^idc. �ud to be play'd out. At th^ New yVclli in.Good�ian'� Field*, ttiis Ewoing, will be fcviu if i-U '.-.I, / Mun.iay ,i :d H'lUi.l- KL'uf 7        turg, r.iult wuur sL F: e ll\iU " i'T.-J Sl.ti !'.!�; mem irt li'fjI-SmlthJiiU, iteer tie tif^ f t^4v-/-j�/, s*i|j'' � lUilkifiid at ihe Entri!':te I'-rf^f ft:n:i:i^ :^tsji'^.tU, inih* Oiiuf'alion if F.hv C^^tvert, F J'lJ ilmt /'�>' jMJ Cjmmxtlif ..illfit in tire CtimiJ-C^aiJ^  .kfMt'lMT ltfar:ii.iiln!t atdfri'ir,.i P.jrtinierf m.ty he htidU tin llom^tnlirr  Ofiui i" thef^i,lJ~'i.f.rf,JJ, vit v.iji iii tl-e ^i^k aid St.dj, at the ^Mitk b^f-rmurj it J*tm. ' Street, IV.ft/mnjhr, that tLir i^rtalf iitttrud B$JfJt\.ilt t* f/tUeU tht BUuteH-Stboil tUt/r th* J*iJ Jnfiniury, cm Fluidity th* 2%tA ef fu/j, ut Pt^t iCUtk W tie Ajttnum. m^d to bring their Suma Ht vUtti them, cr thtit S'ttmtt ta tig Hatiuiff/ at ibt Disr RICHARD  PLATT.  iitntn^.   

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