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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 7, 1749, London, Middlesex                                f he Jbailj^ Advertifer. M O N DA Y,  Aocust       1749. Ueal, Augup i^RRlVOT thel5�nrie(tt, HHI. from Lifbpn { the WiffciK Clerk, from Bonoq; tke Happy Molly, Abbpt, /ton) Sunderland lor Stilly; and the Bacchiu, Cofa , From Ncwciftlc. Caue down, the Marlborough. Mackir, for Philadelphia: thcGrir fin. Arthur* Cmt Carolina ; the J^o-hm attd Ann.TMrecdle, for Cowct, nd rciiij'in, y iih iKc Prince of Wales. Waky, for Dablin. The Orford, From India, �nth the Winchdbr tnd P^I Men of War, are fail'd for ^ River.   Wind North-Weft. -^hice cor ^ft arri/M a Mail from Hoiland. " Mjninw'from t]�e oae hasdted and ten tboufand Crdwtis. ' TBiogt are very qairt in this Ckpitd, bat ti>e Confuiiltjn' !a ^^tt* continiies atfd raihcr iocicafes. Three Ehglilh Gentlemen of DiiUnie^ lioc arcktcl/ arritcd here. fromMalU. P.iU-JiMrg, Jmly 29.   The R^afon a^kdg'd for the fim- thc �i;- .   � -i" .! 'rirlM the fending of a Minider to tKi :s, (he N-Hcd; of the latter in maktn kr   '        ' jjliMa'rtion flic thinks due for til ""^^      . � '  �     . ;Mti'rcnch Mm liters at KuHia, their Cm . .i,,�rd to Count de Salic, �5 alfo the Dif itir-y *x.      :naile of Ihe tob-clofe Connexion of that C^^nik wi:h iwo other Coiirts.   Wc hear that the I.ocufls spj^rar'd i^n in Poland, Ip the Neighbourhood of hjtiand foane^her Diflriat. JtUj 18.  The King recovers by flow Degrees Han the face violent Fit wiUi which he waa attacked, and \it detCKnia'd, in cafe his Majefty Continues on the mend-tlind, that he lhall fet out in a few Days for the Baths rCaUai. We hairc'Adnce, that the River Minho has overflow'd i^fucfc a Degree, by the heavy Rains froin tlie Mouni-tiia�, that upwirds of forty Villages have been laid under IFeier} (bat the Toirreat was fo violent as to carry away �uay.Hoalci and Bams; that the llarvc(l is entirely de,-Ibroj'd in thofe Quarters; and that many Men and Bcafti ]iaff,|nhapmly perifli'd by the Flood We hear, that bcfidcs the ufual ffidtilto ^AeEffcda which Admiral Rcggio's Fleet ha^ brotii^ht p� AocooDt of the Merchants, tlir Court has demanded a TtteGtft of them, which is dcfi^n'd to make �ood the �acl& South-S^ Compan>'s Prrtenrioas in regard to the AmenUi Contraa. Ti& (aid the Fleet dcftin'd againll the Cerfilir* of Barbary m )utl ready to fa.l. and it appears (hat (be Kins has much �t Heart the Expedition meditated i^nfi ihofc InCdds. hlaJtiJ, July zt. As yet the Marquis of Tiihcrnega, BOtwitttftanding the warmelt Solliritaiions, his not been able to obtain an Audience of the Q^ieen Dowager. I'bc Expedition againft Barbary is much ulkcd of here, and is on the Point of being carried into Executipn, and will ap pear to be of crcater Conf.-quence thftn the World imaginei. A./Zw, JuJJ i J. On the J4th paft this Co')rt received Xnforcuiion by a Courier, that the Pone had a large Fleet vcady 10 put to Sea ; whereupon the necclfary Orders were iolnicdiateiy given to put the Coall of the Two Sicilies in Che heft Pofture cf Dctence. On the 4'h jnllant anchored at this Port, on its Return from Barcelona, ihe iving's Fti-fUe Notre Dame de la Conception, having landed 90 Boxes ^ith 1500 Dollars in each ; wiiich Sam is to be cniploy'd lafcailuinjf Ships of War for the King of Spain. ; . Gtaaa, July zz. The Government being convinced tl�l 4te Affaiit of Coifica cannot poifibly be fettled by fair Moas. is at prefcnt taken up in concerting with the Cotirt ��f France the Means of conimuine and fupporting � NuTO-fecr     FrcDCh Troops in that Ifland. llum, Jug. 3. Notwitfallanding the frcfli DifcOV^ litl|  was purfucd and taken, and carried before sir Somaei Gore, and fay him eoVnntitted to Ne^gat*-.       " Saturdify Morning betiye^ ^vea/af^d/^^ght.O*Qock. an eminent Attprne); qf  qifti^ re)ui:� Wt. ^ � i On Saturday Ann Corbet waa cofamhted toBiicteiNll, and Mary White to the Gatehpilt^. � hj^ ThonuM jBtfA Efqi for ftealihk a large, QuiyiM V iMHIlJW* Colby, a CeWWper, laTothiI-F|riiis,;Weftoanflwrri.a� v^rere alfo to the Gatchoufe by the, wine Gcetlenniai |o(eph I'horoas, Dennis Cawiherwort, aad Bdwaf;d Aryft^a. for going to the Houfe b( Jamei A^lfl^i^eH Chi|!f�ii ! night, and endrav0ur,ing to. fpircit, mmfalves aa .aaihiii Wmdovvs. which beii� (iir�ffe|^fi�ni t^fiftihejr dioinjit �t to break them to Pieoel^aaitf tht^iitenM WtXim f^Sj^-Fort/mouth, j/itgnfl j. ^-i^ Day ibe C�1>fe oif J** tord Thomas Bertie, Tate COmWlkder of the Wtacbeifer Man of War, from the was brought afliore, in or- der to prepare for his Interment. Poiiliry.Cgv>pt^, Angwfi 1. .W*^ the poor Prifoaers on the Common Side ;lioft httmplyJoipUtrc ^he fhafiiable Afliltance of ihe*Be|tev^nt in oiir jfl-eat Pidrefs, there now prevailing \^^x ?r^^)|i violm Fever..of,wl>�j:h fcvrral have d^ed, ana?/ are-now Ul� tend the refi of at daily ca-pci^ing the like Viiitalioo. We fetum our moll humble Ackno^edemepts to a jroiWg fnknojvK. fpr three Guinei*. pa ^fturd^'y, tftli^, btwight to H� by Mr. FJan-abia. our Keeper, which was cqnitably difpos'd �f' by our Con-ftoye : As alfo to that worthy unknown Gentleatan, who afBfted us with halfa Moidore, which is apply'd for the Vfc of thcSick. -All wht^are Bleas'4 to compalfionaie,.04ir CalaiPhy. sMy be aflhr'd it fluU be made Ufe of fpr the Relief ol the Sl^, for whofe Service only it is req^cll�d. ToniplfOVf by pariiciUacPcfire will be a publick Break-falling at MaryVon-Gardf a*. At Cap^rVGjirdjnj, the Enternainmcnts. .of Vocal and lQ{biffiJ|ei)^J||ufi^ will becontinu'dthisand every Evening diirihg the Remainder of the Sosuner SeafOn. The Firework* are entirely .nfW, and Neptune, bjf Deii^f of great Numbersof tjie No^ilitf and Gcatry.,>wiU this and To morrow Bventn'S proccea b>s triumphal Chariot, dravwn bv Sea ffor/ei,. Tiom the Grotto, and fci Fire to un Archimedan Scraw. At the Nl^.l^fll* In GoodflVn'* fields, ibis Evenmg. wid be federal ai^w Ptrfornianfcs by Mvnf- 7'arilcy and Mr, HendrH^. ,a�4 fcveial aew Dances by Mr. Joe lira oiitr, Mill Graaler,. Mr. Mtlei, Mri. Mile�, and others Mr. Rooker aad ^ifs Agnetta wilt hng fcvetal itcw Sor^gv Tumbling, by M'- Heudrickj .Mr.'{"aiifcy, Mr. Jaono, Mr. Miles, and pthcri. To Mrhiclv �rdl ba added, Wbufon Holidavf, or Haflequin at Greenwich. The whole to coadude with the 'l'rlua�i>lis vf Peace. Eath I'crfbn to be admitt o>  Sth � 1 4tb.       V Aci.>.� ties 1748, 106 i 8ih :t i 4th    Ditto 1 .e^.  ic6  � a i 4th.   Three |^r Cctir. Annuitici> 103 1 �sa Bank n$     Fquivalcnt no Tiive.   Royal ACfsiti    i half.   London .Alfutancc 11 j as^"*-   KnghA v- S}\i, By $ht KING'/ AUnior^n A new an4 .hcMtifal BJUiM        .��^*'. J y^-i i .� taktit ma tf th* ScnPtmrtt,       oJ      Wf� \/iRi ST A C K H O   S E *s S40 tbt U APOS'I CktiUkaiui; by JCSUi CHRIST �a4 tun The Stt of Prim* tiHl Mkpf is (ct4 feptta;*. rlibn t9 �*HcA ike himtt Bdition of Mr. Sisckbinib's HiAstj, * to &tnl urn DIbk. Stscfehnprf'i HiftofT. (i�un4 �p with a Set cf Mtvr. � VoT.. F.1IU..   I'itc� 4I. i4f. .   A Urge Fnnily Dthls, with * Sn ol tttif ^ Piviti tmJk Utft fpirfee.  Price i'. With bn  M.fc�ii;� n^jtl Prti\tt>l only for S. Auftrn. id S>rWifite-S�i: rlWctaal � Wth:ti''ll, intht Ctaalr�f MiAOefkt, /i^p^j, 1749, At a Meeting this |)ay of the feveral Juilues appointed by the Lord* of his MajefVy's Prii-y.Coancil, by i^r Order of tHe ectb of November, 174;, t.> pal i& Eaecstsc* has Mjietly!s fercral f^rdcrs of Coanci] wt:lun the CcMety - of Middlsfex. in. reUtion to the inffClMi Canle. EHBREJS h^armati MtJCmm-f.'r-t if ti. *L,-./f. Strvy gt-Vf Ao/it-r, ti^.il art W ..�.- /ilr* �-,n< tjft.c i^t/.exr, ill  'TiH  o'CLti tH the   Mj'r-.'!.  li.'t   t        Af to  nftt mitfj fu(b PerfvHi at art ;vr.V;Tj{ i-. I/r Zi.-ft tm Fn:^it t$ (tirry SteVal Stjrri tii .Int-^au ^rj S-uttii L^i-tSm. ALL Mrrchamii,   aid cthen,   :��/ /, at i.itiun o'Clati, on /f,     / Jjf^ri w.ljnrg st tiM ft. i Hp//� Ttuftui fir f.Lirfitmin ite at f . f th imptc-t, Ttm t'CLii, tit th (Jffiti if tin QnfiLLMi^fdr Htmjue* f� ri�r Mcnhtmn Sat-mt, iff KottJ Exii'iUt/i __^_AR_tuorr. ?ttr.t.-.f T^HF. GcntJcmcn ri the PhvGcal Srt .�e 'faitioiivm fctcil -( � '. jt; j'iTt-ict eo ^^.jiC .Uf� i..    The I^HE Ortkcrs, Sailors, anj  Ma:Ki   tn.i wti� on Wa tfc? !tt,f- Mta. 
                            

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