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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 31, 1749, London, Middlesex                                MLV, ti^c ilifji-'oTd X'incf \V*t to the \Vc;l-ArJ; l^e ^t^t!J^!p. HsTif-tb. for F*ro; �nd the l.i crr,;�. P::r:r'.'gr. fcr B-Ssn    Ar 'it'J.  the  t>.w:^. Co*%l!, from S�. A.trj, W5 cja't jc:�:l ciT N'aiac VV;ad S. W. Ef er'otn �t A!i"j^p  s� if Mtrsj Ibai^tn �*5 ficJ. cr hii jr.aJc     Tiscc '-vtrh Shmow-K; S �:icS. ar.i fint-hiia.     5hit J^'-' rcsn:;      'Vs-c lVficlv>>r    sb- Thrts^e of Pvrfu    A Carai-in b jrocc f:cn Akp^ to B-gJi? 550 Biles of En^'i'lj Cluirt.   Hj-^Jt Mt�-crart. IVi'tna of L'jbTiCn.       entire tba: t!ty ; U i ct:1 I'xixa-o \ wa^ �hr Bwtrg*n to the Jan^zirjw-* ;    j^vi cf�r"  Purfrs cJ Money to I'jvc K.s Head, bu: �t:i-o:i! ES-cft ; fx hai alio dcpc�"d the J i-ii.u       :  anj i: t� r.i.*v -'tp'i itlcanj, teat the Gracui SiigcorV Govcrr;3ia: f.m\f ciUbltTd in thii P,-ovjs.c-. M.-.^' .-  J ! - I'cc Craft fca?^ recttT^J t'^s ai�rcc5Vc tism oi Atr;vjil el toe M^iti, ceaiiiaj of tek� S;iirt 6f Wtr; and ten Metchastncn. cnJct i5ic Cok; ^and o; Ad*'^' Rt'^.'S^"' Fcrru!, tlse 12 fe iaijijt. Thry aic ti'itu hS'vc b.-Uiig'. c f-vcn:y-i;-T^ fliiJriKi? of .Djuarj in S^c, with a very !a.rge Qjaaa y of CocLisokl, is ii-rfi as Jairgo. &c. P^rrr.:, J% rg. The Irsfafst IXske l.l If decUr^d to fone of the priECiiXil I)aL)2bUu; n:lh'd i>i tte iodtfcreitioas w-cdch f<^e aBt^.;t.l:ii�g P�iat!3c f.-aJ been loiltytjf; that ihtfy co�id OM bit be ic-iSxic he fl:ojlvJ leceire tirge SabUdiisfrom the Coartsof FijBi >m<:cgj| t^era; a-d ill  hz � fijat it was very cxtraonfimty th^y flio^lJ gi*a�i^ �t-e aioh-Jciib of thofc Courts thj l*ti�Icge of carnmg a �a.aW Part of them in his Scr\4ce. An Extr^i^ p/ a LtU.T frix e S/r^rr at X'eokf,  daff f cr  tlie Campwgn of C�-a-/j it i&e Year I'JJ. liw Seaatc  jtheo. did him fach Hcaisirs    c!>liigod tie Oiar: of ijirt.u Britain to recall ths: MteiSer c-^sch i: hcd hvn, maA to * fend baci the AmbiSadoe �rtt tts cf tbeirlk-- � * Kaviottr, in ordc; 10 avoid giria^ Uabiijt la tJis firtuflt ; * Court J for upoa the fecocKl Afpeauance young '* AdTtttturer it� this �^uy, tvi-khdid bo: kit awiakm^-thc ' * Attcititon cf tlat Coiur, tili infotroo! hov ise had ttas simc been rcec��ed� iuftead    bnag dtS^.-jAJ �iUt the iklji; * �toar of the Senate m^a iht* Oacafion. it tejjjfied to tSis  ~.� M>j ry is not naaie       the Sutcirfs. I(J Certain CiuR t-.vieti tV; 'ist *> <-a fi� i-Si\v l-'fO-Jptttar.cd to ^ic  jj;i.: isjwJcce. w.'i ;o:t�r niud ; bat it vs-iS cv"JJ ha� rc'v ."it;i v oiicvj Jir. IrcLnd. Vo! Cun\%iy to tave Co! CLc!=iei.i!cJcj'i Rc^.ia-.eat of toot, ia Etigliiid, We hear tteii tke Rigbr Hor ifccLcriTyiawky it made Staff-Omccr aud COiac^^Jcr tc CUei of t^ 1-oiccs in Scotiaad The Force* nLich arriv'd Lite!? at rorafmomls in the �  Neptutke Man 01 War frcta tiibni tjtr, weie daShan^od tail Wninefda/. aaJ every Mui KrJ foir.em Day^ PayaiJou'd ta carry ihem to t!<*:r fcfp eEuy-oce Vcari A few Days ajo IXivcr Tuib'. Ei^. wa* nn^tricd to, the Rigiii Woo. tiie 1-aJy f>traBiccs BieJczxl!. Silijr 10 :fcc K:vhi UoQ iOe Earl of c ^r^tgaa Oa Friday Lii: cuai t^cesly. ai ti-. Scat at Lcightoo in Bcdfo.dthire, tae Hotk. CfeioJes l.��gii. tfq; Briber to the late Lorvi L�-.'^^. of Si -o:ed tic Ci�_c:- tf -k^.*-. i;: :�-o j'^.-^jasirnf. eed matrud lac Iskty bj^buuy Lueucy, iiiaag^tcf to tae late E.>rl of Scirb�>r >.-^> an eminect !tl(cr�;.jit; or tSiXj <.i-ir. c.io nc'tM^cJ. The Lively Miti ^* W^x, ecr cl "Conrrloioic G'Fo'j S ^at Pi.icc Roger Winckit the E:--fv^- rf i^c Chff!fTf.U. in CofttiictaaoB o� Lis fi4:i-:�f lic^.^. .r 1:: ^.:.ig d.c Mtttinecia who rtsn 2�a. vstti ^.t fi.i S--.p. a ap^j ed Ifattcr AtteiMlaai ct Vi^tmt, Va:^;, i race nciiii ur-*afd� of �jftol  pet Aii.3� V - �� mote ------- 3;a, I .cj , Laft Thorfday came on � Ciuf� (shat \\\* hitxi loog �ilc pending) at theASflze* at Maidllonc, bctvti^n] dun SahI*. Plaiftiirt". a� claiming uhdcr the Will of S;t V, i',!!,!!"! ^ >r.t!�, Bart, and WiUiam ii�nd�, DcUndant, iKir .ii Law ; \M;ni, atter a lo"^ Hearing, from Five o'Clork in iKe \t;oii.i.�i t�l1 Twelve at Nigm, a Verdttl wai bioa;',hi m loi liu-Ocrettdant. On Sa.urday Night, bettYccn Nina ami '\\n o\'l>) n Fire btoke out kt aPirt-jfc Shf�p Oi> Lomion IV iJ^r'n nvukIi bamt futicfufly for foihc fitfte, and g-caUy as iiiime  Liqi-or dri3pping iiiio a notorious Oatiiing-Hourc on ttic u.her bade the tVatcr.afthr beti^   fret, tinoa which the l^ople of the Hoiilc taking hoM of hia\ ti:iderPrctcttce r bfing irooWtfoaie, t^oaght Tu Id pick bii Pocket of iiii (;olu'Watch. i Un Fri;iay m the Aftinrnoon; a wcH-drcfsM Mail, who haj .>;cn b�thiag in the Serpentine River in HytlePaik. H-ii. iaktn Tl on his coming out cf the Waicr, and di-d   x in tlio Kvcn trg. and entering the dWtUirg Houfc of *.ir. Ji'hn Kich, o,f Linton, binding htm and �U his Faai';-, utu! Ilt.ilitij', thereout 170I   in Money, and .i Ihi.ill t.itlitv, > Gjld R:T)^� therein^ and oiUer Things <;( \ jIuc Jean Jouan, a French Valet to foinc 0()::rr., was tryM fof killing Thomas Hay ward on the iiih ol ^5;1\ ai Ci-al, and found g^iilly of Mn'nflii'.igfeoi>g� Tur-^bbng, b/ Mr HcRdncl y i'� Pr  '1 he svhoJe lo coiiciudc with t ^ -nJ RrpicUntation tif R>ntlaxh Gardv-iij in the Man-rtr n.ty V. irrc decorated at tlic Julidce Hall To bigi.i at i ivc oCI'jik Each Pufon to C/c adiniucd ft�i a Tint   yi Hiel-inljnj OlTuc- for Fu^i j�c� and Ma>ine'* to be clear'd :.. 4 Uciiii by Ml ut PaiJiaiufiK, at ibc Cornd. c. r^I Coaccmned 10 pecfxth^ Isp(L>caKxt. Uu�^, J    Tkcu U.ia    .^ti-arire. have agreed. *iipcc� ot G�Li ecu.. SuL be Cuck lure of the Value of lojruco FLcwai, aai eac cf i-ilf Jut VaIuc . tlemen i and one o� them, wj.o nciu i.ic   , VVi lip over one of the Coauuitli jncr� Ht.iJ, in a incn^iciMi' ' Manner, will, we hear. hav� an Iii/gtui.uivr> Ivdg'd ^^^'"11 him ta (he t'fowfl Uthce. ----.------ �.>f tiu  iiL'rii'vi'Ml! ( ih ^ -     .    - �.---- c i/'nc I. t ^ l.'t�'i(;n Pars htiOnd .-.! {'!.]>!.ti^c 11" f.o icvi- jil r.lKii'diaoret hi* i* (iuiiinn' to inl'nij'n ull i\u-Si V^h* i>n ;i-i> ill if ji>i,uKty 1*4^, �h:\! t;�y #tc tn> 'i.d i�> il. J ru> �(.!".' ol isic rtci'-;'.; Act; for t!>v Rk',i:tf �t* litlolvctil iJrbt.'t^, il )t! by .tppU; j-. ci-s .-.bovi-ihcv ttisy hlic 'wU ico, &nJ t'>. ir H ils'HH cnri-ui.i- i'oih\ wM, ih,; utnioll DiCj-iul^ nn ' l-'!(-i;li'y, on M-tv t-'I-'mI*'*" 'l\t:n� . ^ ,.. ......~ Iv)f.:^-I\ I'ok'c    i)d     -Oifmsn. Mi^;.'! V�'y(i .iy a; .)? ^Jlill!^Ki aFiiT 12 'n th> Mioiinj;, jtvd it ii't^r \ in U>i' A!M;!r>(>iin.' Sattn\l;y Kank tf;�ir. was to I'licc. liu'i.i h;t>ck iKj \ .{.th?. J^outiS S.^ S;. ck w Piicc. I>itU) 0!d ApiJuiJits u8 I ^.h Dii,,, New 1(56 3 hths rt 1 h;�h. Hank An-,, n iitics I-.|r>, 1,0 I'tii't'. l.^iin) 17(7, jof� a I 8 h., jDitto l.f'ttcry 17 tr, f.o I'r.ici'. Hank Annuities 1748, U16 � S4>. Ditto I -49, ic& I 8th. Tlucc per Ctnt. Aiiuodtlri ioc� 1 8h a 1 4!h. iViUion Ikuik t.o Piitc. Kt]uivr.!tn{ no I'licc. Uiiy�l Aifiirancc no Tiitc. I.^ndwo AiV-.iv.'sflcc no Pticc. Ern;,lilli C^j^per i^I. -^i. Seven pfr Ctnt f'tn-prrcr's T.o.'n r,o Puce. Fire jcr Cent tiit'.o no iV'nr'?. Hank Circu'attcn  j   Monday   next   vjifl k  ptt'fli/fi^" Ih   ./h  KING'i   AUiHOlilTY. tjim     (if lie i.r ^tiirtt, ntt 014       i\- t> 'I,ff .p'^r) MR. S FACK HOUSE\ H^v^i\ iMmf of tlic HOI.V Bini.E, frorii til.' (Vo^itHiii ..r the W>rU, ts� tha l.ti.ihi'irtiiitnt 0.' t'lirin.'anitr ly JEiUa UffftlSt' an4 bu APOS .�Lc. '    :      / 'til' Fi.i tk� jV'I'm 'h''"iir'IMil,      t'.n.-t, >ri\ ItrUrH. Kill', Ci�'i�'.il. IMographk-^l rolU- of SCt> 11.\S'b. With a He�f U.i  ^iini'y.li'i   fisxi   zviii le '.'il'ti   FitII   Numb r, cf 'Hi'. N\'\v ami ie^iil.\rly  �, Ctft. t.>iTiiMv. ilirre .SlieucttJt Li'ttri Prtl'i. I I'uMiilt may iiric-i'* '>P'>' 'I" u'ni-ft ImjMTti�lity in rtrinj the ililCi tfiii lhM�c;teit, )>nJ (tlJCiag the (tfi't'iiil        �l 0��fr;uwe.. 'J hi- ivl)i>)e   i.' ol ll.ibiit Ht'itfl t.l rlit i>if i'lit Vert. 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