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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 1, 1749, London, Middlesex The Daily AdVeftifen tuesday, aUust i. 1749. ^^^^^^ O Ship in the North by WeA. Dowhi. Wind Yertcrday trrived a Mail from HoiiANo and otte from France. Mcfanv, July 11. Four Faflors of the Bnglifh Company, whrch was eftabliihcd in th� Kingdom of ferfia, dre arrived here, who are returning to England to report the incUocholy Condition to which the Aftairs of that Com-are reduced, by having been plunder'd diiring the PiRurbances in that Country. The Damage amounts to Jnote than four hundred thoufand Crowns, whereby the Ifagazincf which the Company had at Riatfcha, is entirely ^tUtoyed. and tiiat Branch of Commerce utterly ruined, ^ at ieatl fafpended till the Kitt^om of Perfia re-Coten i** Sttte of Tranqmlity." Thctd .continues at ^ItfciUkonl/ two Clerks, who arc to flay there till an Op-tortaniij offers of recovering fome Part of the EfFcds that lore been piilagcd. Out the F^ors who ar^ here, have but Ihtlc Hopes of their rfccovcring any thlng.becaufe a. ' Rrilituiion of thi� Nature mull be made by Order of the' SoTcrcign ; and the Authority of the new Sophy oF Perfla it not vrell enough eilabli(h'
irators had no Deiign upon the Lives or i.iberiiei of any Body, but that the Precautions which they took that the Remondrances they intended to make might not meet with the fame Fate as Ihofe which were forniitly made, and tliat their Perfons night be fecur'd from Viclence, was laid to their Charge as a Crime. Seve/al Fhings have been publrih'd by Way f Apology for the Pcrluns Executed, wherein they are treated as Martyrs to thePublitk Liberty and the Common Caufe. F'or fear this Ferment (hould produce fome fatal Coafequences, Mr. Stciger, the Chief Ma^illibtc, and three ol the principal Members of the Senate, who voted for Lenity and Clemency, arc rctir'd into the Country, and Icveral ot the bed Families arc following their Example Asiong the Papers of Capt. Hci.'iii was (ound the Speech which lie intended to make to the People the Day the Hot was to take Effeil, and 'tis faid to be a very tine Rece, full of manly Eloquence, and not iufenor to ihofe of the moft celebrated Orators of Antiquity ; but it is not likely that the Publick will ever lee an auihcntick Copy f It. Ham^, Au^ I. The King has made a Promotion of Officers in the Froops of this Eledlorate. The Secrets y Evers, wLo was tent to Pjifon for divers Mifdemeanors, U more clofely conlin'd, and it's thought will at Icail be cooc'cinned to perpetual Imprifonnsent. Hagui, Juguft 7 Theii H'Sh Mij^htineffej have agreed, that .i>Spccics ot Gold Coin fiiaii be ftruck here of the Value of fouricto Florins, ajid ont; of liil/ ibat Value ; and that the utmoft Predkution fhall be ufed by the Work or Milling on the Edges, to prevent their being dipp d or filed. Parit A-Umitin, Aug. 4. The laft Ltttcrs from Genoa intimate, that the Caufe of the Government's appearing uneafy for fome Days pad, nrifts from a Sufpicion tnat the Court of Vienna is flill mci ing fome frefii ProjeAs upon Lontbardyj and thi.� Sufpicion is founded upon tl\e continual Motion that it is caufing its Troops to make in the State of Milan. The Little Council alfcmbled twice latl Week, and once fincc, which perplexes People the more, as thefe frequent Aflemblies are never held but upon pref-frng Occafions. Though the Militia of the Burghers have becrt difmifs'd, the Government has caus'd Propolitions to be made to them to return to tbeir military Duty The Carl of Albemarle had the 30th of laft Month his firft private Audience of the King at Compeigne, wherein he prefented his Credential .Letters; he waslikewife pre-fented to the Queen, the Dauphin, the Infanta, and the Ludiesi of France, by the Chevalier de Saintelot. A Memorial has been publlfti'd her*, under the Title of a ConruUation of the Advocates, upon the Stibjefl of re-fpfiiig the Sacraments; but the Govclrninent has forbidden the Saie of it. becaufc thcrie arc fcveral fatirital Stroke's in it sgainft Religion. L ^ O N D O N. Yefterday in the Afternoon the Purfer of the Eftcourt, Capt. William Earl Bcnfon. arrived at the India Houfe, WitV the agreeable News of the faid Ship's At rival in the Downs from Bengal. Yefterday Morning the Lady of Henry JFane, F.fq; of S�kkviilc-Strcet, Weftminfter, was (irought to bed of a Son. On Sunday N.iHht. at Nine p'Clock, died in North-Street, near Red-Liob-Sqdare.the Lady of Edward Horfley Widdrington, Efq^ of Pelton-Hall, near Morpeth, in Northumberland; A Lady of exemplary Piety, whofe Death is univerfally lainented by thtxfe who had the Hap-pincfs of her Acquaintance. We hear, on Thurfday next, the jd Day of Avieuft, their Royal Hlghneflcs the Prince and Princcfs of Wales and the Dulce of Cuntbefland will go down to, his Majefty's Yard at Ueptford, with feveral Perions of Quality, to fee a new fifty gun Ship latirtch'd call'd the Rochcfter. diought to be the iineft and belt Hfty-gun Ship ever yet built ib the known World. Yefterday MorniAg the Wife of a Chairman in Down* Street, Hyde-t^ark-Corner, was falijiy dellveivd of three Children, two Boys and a GiW, who were all living. Laft wednefday a Grazier, near Newbury in Berklbire, was committed to Newbury Qoal, for the Murder of-his Wife, by riplng up her'Bdljr on both Sides, of which ibe tnftantlydied. On Saturday laft two Men were ukcn at Chatb^m, on SulplclOn of robbing and likewife, to give an Awe to the People, and obliy^e tfum to pay the Foil. Noiwithllanding which, ttie fame Mum ing, feveral Peifons aitcmpicd to force their Pallige wah fume Cattle and Colts tor the Fuir, and uitulicd tlic (irn ilemen ) and one ot them, wlip held the Hut FnJ of Im Whip over one of the Couiiiiillimen. llt.iJ. in a iiunitiii^'^ Manner, will, we hear. tiav� an lu/oiouUvn IvJ^'d aj^a.ail ! bini ill ihc Crown Uihcc. 1 he fftrtJC l-.vcning about * oV?�Kk. aS>at iVmf cf Htk gun, and tailed fome Tisk*;*. when icretalMen and HotiVs were knock'd down; atrj tbo" theCoant:v PeopJe '*cta far fupenor in Number to tht (tertfemen tsJ their A�ll-ant�. ihev Hood it outreSo'utrSv, a "ii>r.j, t�si the itiird W3� tcot 10 Shepton Mailct Go*!. Di*^� ^d^Shouting, aros'd �-itk cut-ting Inftrumcnts tix'd in long StalTs, &c. aad fomcdif-.. ^uis'd in Womens Apparel, ana ibondifpatcK'd tbeirWotk 10 quite dcmoliihiiig the Turnpike ErcAioe* ocwly fix'd, as well as the Houie which u-as rebaiUiisg on titc Afbtoft-Road i and- alfo the Arong Turnpike 6m the D)iiidtjr-lto�d|. which was not before cot down, lltcsr HttSxa'saiKl Oram alarm'd many Parts of the City. mA (amt thayi^ tbcy were c^'cn making their Way to the Town, bat sf diirjr bad they would have met with a srann. Rccc|Kton. It was given oot they would corneals on Frsdajr Nijibt, and in order to receive them, a ftro�K Guard of ScMticn. all arm'd with Muftets. PiQots� CutlaSes. Ac. was placcdj at the Turnpike Gate, which was amui crc^ed. Yefterday and this Day publick Niytkc i^|ieen to tbo Inhabitants of this City,'by prinbd AdvcrtsffmeBra. to b�, ready to defend themfelves as the Country Peo^ ba�� tkreatcn'd to come in a Body and ic^cuc tbe Ferlbas wser ia Newgate. The RendezvOas is to be at the Exchimit^ on the AL�rm givea by Fire-Bells. Oa Tuefday Moroing riic Sailo* who aaarder^d tbejrouag Scrvant-Maid at the White Ladies, was carried under a ftrong Quatd to Gloucefier Gaol. He wept nuch, and feem'd to repeat of bu horrible Deed. Wbile in tba Bridewell without Lawfbrd't Gate, b* told the l^ojde ba kill'd hi) dear MoUy for Love. \ BMiimr^l,, 7�fy t;. A Ocatlcaaaa latair airiv^d bci� from Paris, otion ao Accouat. ibat the Rcgitflitata of Lords Ogilvte and Drtuamoad wet* rcoiov'd lima Ohift and replaced bf two Freacb Rcglwcats. sa order to d� Duty, upoa bis fiscelteQcjr the Earl of Albciurit'a Atrt* val tKcre. . Gl^/imv, Jm.^ �4. ILwo fnd*T N^bt (emal Fekma confia�l in oat Prifon i^irder for Tr�if(ioruuoa. laid a Defiga to nuke their Eticape. aad in otdet thereto tbey. at-lackel the Turnkey unaware*, and drove biai tmt of tbt Prifoo I of which they kept PoRieaion for ftKAc Hooray but at laft tba Keepers, with a Party of the Milionr. haviaf broke ap a Door m the higher P^t ihe Buildiag. that had an Entry diffieieat from the commoa fti&m, drotra them to the lovVer Part of the Gaol, wbetc kmc of then having taken PolTelEoa of a Room, and fccorcd the Door, this was alfo broke open, and all of them fccated, aad are now very quiet, being loaded with Iroas. Nti'^t^tt, Jalj 31. We the mifetable Debton on the Common Side return our mod eafeiga^d Taaalcs 10 a Senerous BenefaAor. for two Half Gatacas putt into tba eg^ging-Box on Saturday tail, with aa lafaiption, Ar tlifj* fov Sfinfid Ptaftt; and a Goirwa aad a Half fiven to our Steward this Chiy. from aa oakaawn Ptofon by the Hands of A- H all which were eqiully divklcd: War* thy Examples to all well-diipos'd Chnftia�s. we having ao Opportunity of begging at the Gate, and our Gaol is fo olfcniive to Strangers that very few Frtcads come near ui. We are inform'd that Dr. l.obb inteads on Monday the 14th inftant. ai Six o'clock in the Evraing. to iKfia again his Courfe of Lcitures on the various Difcafes incidental to Human Bodies j on the Signs by whieh the Nataie of the Caufe pro�lucJng each |it� of them may be known, and on proper Medicines and Methods tor their Cure, fuppoitcd by Keafoo, coa�rm'd by Experience, aad illuiratcd wkb Hittories. The Cooife to be t^nith'd on Friday the 7th of Oflober. at three Times a Week, and ihe Propel relating to it deliver'd gratis at Mr. Backland's. the Buck in Pater-noilcr-Row. At Sadler's Wills. liliogtoa. thi* Evening will be prefrntrd an bntcrtainmeut not perform "J there thefe twenty Years, call'd the Harlot's Progrefs Ttic whole to conclude with a grand Reprefcnution of Raneiigb Gxrdms in the Man ner they were decorated at the J^bslrr Ball To begin at Five o Clock Each Perfon to be dmiitcd for a Pint of Wine or Puno^ At tbe New WelU in GooJaian"* Fields. ch�� Vvcamf, will be fevtfkl sew Prttorciuiccs by M.mi( Fa'tlry abtl Mr. HendiKk, and fcvcckl new Uar.ces by Mr joe t�ia-mer. Mill Gra i�r. Mr hhle�. Mts Mdei. acd others. Mr Rookei and Mm Agnctia will hng leveral new Songs. Fumbling, by Mr HecdrKfc. Mr. Taitfcy, Mr Janno. Mr Milci. aii% others Fo tkhich �.tl be adJcd. Whufaa Ko! day^ or iJailr^^tn at Gicco�uh 'Ilic who'>e to coficlude with the I iiJ��>pkis "f Peace Each I'citon to be admilied lor a I'mt of VVji* or I'unth DkIaiiIou's Office (ui Fugttirct acd Martcert to be dear'd of ihcu ril(.ectt�c Ucbti by Act �.>f Pailumcct. at the Corner lit the bell Savage lno on l.-iJg*i�-Hsl VVf.c'�*i ^'i;** Njmf-cr> ol 'Fij-.!ttttn-n ���1 c;U�f Fr-i--r�, drcsairg ite Milcrtc) ol a I'l.l.n, t^ve ^ >',u ..^so f .ic;fn r�r:i btyor.J tt�c Sr.i-, to (Lc t'.rcit i'fc;^ me * t. e L >i �i .Ma.'; if^ctuici ol tt..., Kiuj^i^iu. ihi> i> �ti.->t?vJ< \M a'! tt� !i wlo were ;ib(Ojid oii if.e iit of j*' v i"*'. "-i' *'< m tilled 10 ilic tcith'. of tut picue.: .\ i k.: the Riiitt ot ii.ioUei.i Dvb-.ci . and by �� abcreife.-y may bive .;h th� atttoft DiipJUL and Kr c4b'; Ti'^ir.s.
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