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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 8, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The  Daily Advcrtifcr, T U E S D A V,   A I-or ST g. :-.r 1   'A,; lai) rfmatn   Wind jrri rJ a Mail  from Y ^>'v "   tfi'' p' ii'if il K^o-i ma; s   fcV Kvc^y i) Y f'. p.c .!TC        '.-H vvh.> nrf  ('i."-:-.:! of ninit chftt ihui c brr n       /    r?.ij ab^if i i this ' i-y. rhfvwrnc 1 'i ) ljr-, 2 (..' iiip 2Sth of Uil MoTi^h, thjt tic Affairs oj i.cMi.ca arr n mo Ja-nr Siieaiion. The King h..5 'lOt )ct dccLircJ \w:,a' h.c .itfi^nj to do in rcip-rt (o thcic Uliiiiicr*, w. o l)> \n ae^in i;o -^fvolr. and even Agiinft the Troopi of ihcKm^ .S-vcr.il of them nmCortp, Cspicsl pt the Ifland. liavi.ig luJ ;h.- Trmcri-y to fire upnr; (otne cf the Detachment'. tl.c 'r'a'iiuis cie Cutf*y, who w� � Ajjccto, having hud AJ .� >� (ic'cof, fet o'lt immediately VI!.. . ving in Bvick�ngttan>n� re. was married to the l,�i)y Ma y   I'alboi, biUer :o the Right Hon. th: K^tl of Siire.\ fbuiy The Co'poramn of the Tr ni v-Hoafe hare eleAed Capt. NKhols lo i icvccd Capt VS'i.iiain Suattao, drcr-ijJ, as an Elder � other tl.ci,-ci. E The Money ordered for Nf'.v-r.p^bnJ. towrirJ the Ex-pences that rrovinceha< been at in taking of Cape Breion. &c. is fcnt down �o Por fin 'I'l.S, to be thipped there on board a Man of Wa- for that i\ipofe. On Sunday N-ht died at his H-^rufe in Upper C'oetfea, Mr. John Pa;ci;v  'icbb,  Wtt Nurte  to ner  f\oy;i!   H .^i-n^.-.i I ady /lujTuilj Vru,-rd.-�y fcviial Pcif:v s wrr-r trie! .1'. 'h? f--'ge A>i '.C;>t-> m friiy lijriicT! tor ti:ve-s t-mic�i pirtjCuLi)/ tnt'ltivci t�( L' �jj'>.nfDr -.Hj{,ii:.i:ral i raTu e-.. VtllcrJ.iy NiUii.i a ^] u was t^ii. .-ii ou"., f the River jufl below Grctn.v:':h; by li > Drel'. lie �pu(-ari to be a private Ccntincl tii 'U<- l-'nii h'   �imtn: of f-cQt-Ciuard . by Laving I 1= l-acc cut and mani^'.c.'. was tjr.iH lo th; Lo do.i lo-iitJiiary, and V'ellcrday tiarc wa� Hope of hu Rtcowery. Several of thole I onccrucd in ihi. O.Urd^c, h-�k Uncc been diCcovcttd and taken Yeftcrday Mouu'.i;' (cci;a'. Pcff'tcr oi notoiiousUiicndcrs were iTikio ,i, '�')lt bn. ii ticld, aiit lauicd lo New Pr\fon under a llro  Laoe. coining from i{tailgate, was robb'd in the Bo totn near Mother Rfd *-ap} of thirty Sl.illng^. by ci^hi or nine Men ar^n'd with Cuilatits ana btuu� cons, who ulcd hiai very lU and cai liini in 1. veral PBrts of his body. BnjiJ, Jui^-.-jl 5    On I'viefday about Eight o'Clock in tfcc .Vinn h j;, a Hu.iy of .ibo t 400 Couiitry Tcop!* iaii;c (torn u.c t f> the I      ; ikf anJ L ii;cL-.r, juJ fi       J.: u auil ;.rilciu t j'Ui     >.i>\vn i'> (>.�., 1'. I'liJiii il.rn     ri.ey wcnl f) i. c I i: Ro�d, �:ii.h  li.ry  uki>..l-   i''.m tft Himfr' I fe%. f^/ Ji^iva f-',- Hi,' ' whui  >v  > pretsy �e'l ccm}3ftcd in a liftSe 7 icic; hui ihc> br"^ ' ^ v-ham n logtir.s; a: one of the main lirbcrs     I'h \ h gjn thrif Or;ic! w.ide Mr'. Durbin. who ivaj b;g > ?nd the Family were in the llouie, and II c u 1 vj. r-.-rt o    very mati! flighted. .\ CT thcv had SniJbcd ftcrr. and begg'd foBie Mcr^t^ the !\Qj>!r, v.i-.o �vetc very numerous, they fet up ;fc't cihojci ar.vi ni�fr.'>-d. about three Quarters after i tn  *V.,o�k. for K\k:*Un-t i;'. , Cfj:cgOttt, 7 l^y.^^rt r/i.^J if nMam; �vLc  .tici -.Li-c - Iitiic limc corfuiiin? what lu.vt to pTO.;e<�i nvor, a.ic 'h'T tur^i'd back for ordniinri t cn; but oil a fu.Iden. the/ whti I'd about, and the "�Vord g,'-vn t,- gc? torwufd. But firdinu Kcdclift*  :d�, a?i k incuttiaj^tKcmdtiMA, and IcvcUini^ the Houi'e and two Ceotry-Bpxc.�. it l;oii  .-y  rtio.iK'     � rra<' I crt.'l of tl'v lit      1^^ bin,   1 ) i. Uii 01 ilic Lc;ii.:..Ji.;iicr 111 c c Druun ^ 1 .i!     i> V.     t i be- tvxriijjtd      .\:r i:c: .in ot  :he lituJcd, vw". j had, L> Or Calf cU ,t,ri:c I'chchj btJort t^o j-'l 1.L-. , cn I e ^.uit- i>l Ji,1.0)ip^ t.-.c  la;:    kei      Here u.aak frcclj, .siih m-iii .No.ic, and iL^a     -iiki Bui before tbey^iuid co�p!crcJ h�if ibeir Work (a Fire being lighted for burning ibe Timbcti) a liody of rhc Conmiiboccra �rm'd, conftabies witik ttivir Staffs, and fomc Seamen witb Curbfles, and otbcrs ffoitt Uic C�i>, appear'd on the Brow of Toneidoivn'Hin, and ran H'ith foch eager Spcvd to attack tbc lK:V�-llcr9, that the)' took '.0 their Heels and flsM np Keowl-Ut^ i bat a< the Citi^tcns came fo fuddcnl* �poo ihero, many of them were knocked dovn. aitd taken Prifoons. that bad not Tnue to get off. Some o:hers tt�x taktn in tiie Purfttit, and brought down tue tidl in a bloody ComSiuon; among tMis uU taken was ^ ne ot lbs Druinraer;. But the Scamea. who djoa; (i^ch Occafiont (hew biit litt'e Favour, vvotindfl lome of fbe:m a dcfpetaic Man-rcr i%i:h ifaeir (. utlafle*. One Faitncr Barns is cut tbrouirh ih= Skull; ir.d two ot�*cTs were fo dangcrodfly cut, that it w.^  Coor.icdor EJion, wbo wa� OH llorlcback Vi; h hi> S�Q.'d ciaMD. J heic Ifotliliut.. in the open Day, againfl the Laws of the ! a?�a, acd" ti-c vir!.*vi� R.-pofta as-J Tisre.tteMngs 01 IC.C , i\oplr.  w  (cvt at i:.o�,ia�Js. "i; o'dcr to enter the City and rc! i*ue �f.r,.e Mc comniitied to Netvgat; lad Week, p.i a . top to ail Bauae^.- bjth in the Fair and City, and OCCafion d luff Snops 10 he Ciul up. The Prinaers. to !: NumafT of thirty, were conduced througtt t!�eCi�y. m u^c midd v'/many tbouftndsof People, tu tiic Cocccii-rlouie, 100 whence tfaey were feiit to Brtde*cU, except iLofe two fcnt to the Infirmary ; and Ikilfal Surgeons ncrc order'd by tbc Ma^itlrate; to attend rhrm. and proper l\t ut o'Ciatk ii.ey went to the Cupulo's, andub igd all the Workmen thry could by their Iiard> on to j'lin them; they drd the Iik 'rc>'.J> C     IS.    . 1 ficy ".itcjii .--ily ii.fiA upon l,3\ing all the Prif.incrj lO/iiUiKli: : cn .Accoi-i-t ol the I urrjf .'.es to he deiiv,r"J jp,  d -Uta uy , t:�ul' >^0 home 10 then Habiliiuoat ; .: i..if TH-y t..:citcn Bii.hly I h^ri^i, even i.i b.cak the I'.i'J^^! and tA/.c ilitni a.4j, tj;. lone of  Ann;. .A- K. Hj^U.oui tcvcra! j...t.rijilriurn cofirern'd in t:.ct-�ja v. i.rki. ir.d uho Jirc cOiiiliiilLiUicirrpullulali'd �i ..Ii i;.o..r i'ropU .J-C i�*l jn.Hi.r.cf-l D.ii^'/r ihiy ivould . 11 'h;t!iicl.�-i ir-to, il ii:ty iKJ m ihiir Dcfi^n of ' :>rK>au^ the i.aua. A.' i'.rac wou'd i..>t j-ivc tar to Rciilat^ bat oThcts c�o�e jiu..:ei.t. and tcrdiLIc liui ai tho t liier? ars citia^ei h-!^ f^.^^H T�ii, ind tuai free l..l,city to go 10 *ri �ro�*i;r. J A I'r v fijiii. thoa^,l>t K a r fcatona -It- to g've VV 10 the Caal.oii gucn lliCHi, and :o divided iioini ihtir iiiittj.-ca. luring all tlicie Oi.'atbiiKcj the Cuizeoi were o� ihiu i> 1^ i. ai.d p.-eMr"d roopjv>icany V 1 j cncc on the City, i^c 1 at \Ve�locld�y, abtu: L'cveo o Ctotk at Night, Jofepli Ucif'^k and 1'homMi l_oa, two of iJie unhappy Couiuiy \rv'.e taken ?i�f nc.-i on Fotid^y, were fcnt Iroin Bride in a Pc{tC;.juc Id VVclh. >nder a Guaid of eight Mm v^cU a-'tad. m orJcr u t�kc their Imli at the .'.. ; 3 there   oa 'I h-aridsy . [i^: �c bear ihc .1ha�c p d,-jned thrir Trials, a-J o:.*^: d t^tni ".o 1 v;:ci,e!*-er Gaol uH the ritxt A.iizri. Fi Ja. icme fI�in  toraioucd 10 i i'-ie Lodicj �:i jv.ic^(.^o>J, and ail i'criotu ttar j*jfi'iiixouti� tfiCia iic lf;s pave O^C!�finn f^r the ( it'xrnt (O be pri(>par*d { 4 jT/'.it mmy diaanded ' tV.crc too io.'i.; � iMJtice of this Wiit givcrt  to the Ciii* A> by tV.o firing of fcvcral Signal Piecet'atv CrideweU, at.u the Cittlhinjt of Ftrc*Bellii And foort 9fih, a lirge Body of the Oenueitifn, aiidi otlier Citiiritt widl ' iirtn'd. tcgCfther with the Soldicr�, and fome Sctmcn, mtirch'd �p to Stokes-CioA Turnpike to attack the Col* Uets; and there would have been bloody Work bad tb� Colliers made a ScAud to receive them. �ttiitty-Oi^tfr, Angtiji 8. We the poor Prifoneri on tite Coniraort Side molt humbly ii^pluit? ilie ii-hUi'Kablo Afii'.Uiice of the Benevolent in our great DillrcA. there now prcrailing In o ir Pxilon a violent Tcvcr, of which fcvcral haire dird. many are now ill, and the t(j(t of ua daily cxpetling the liko Vifitatio.-i. We retarrt.0ur mod humble AckAoii  to a Cicnilcnnii vt,n\�nnwn, f^t Two Guineas fcnt a� Vellerday, mrk'd M MM, brdn^ht to us by Mr, iiorabin. out K.e.p�.r, which ihitl, accotdtng to our woilhv Bunelailor s Imtnt, be difj-p&'d of lor iho Ule of the Siuk only i for whole Relief, wis dcftrc all Charities 10 br diretteil to be diipos'd. At Sadler's Weils, Iflinglon, this Evening will be f rcfcntcdl iin FntcrtaTjnunt not jvrrto.ni'd there ihcfe twenty Years, call'd the HarbuN Pro^^rcfs The whole to corcUtd:; with a grand Reptcfentaiion if Ranrlaxh-Girdens jn the Manner they were decorated at the Jubilee Ball. To bvjjin nt Five o'clock Each Pcrfon to bo admitted for a Pint of Wioc or Pui'th At ilie Niw Wells in Gacdasan's PieUU,. this will be ieveral new Performances by Mmif rav(;cy �ul Mr. Hendrick, and fcvcral new Dancef by Mr. Joe fJra-ntcr, Mifs C�rat!ter, Wr Ahle*. Vli� S,M�, a�id other*. Mr. Roqjter and MiTs Aj'.nctta will fing fevcrul new Song*. Tumbling, by Mr Heiidritk, Mr, I'anley, Mr Jtnno, Mr Mi!c% and* thcrj fo ii'th Uill U- added. Whiifun Holdays or Harlequin at Grccn^vicb 'Ih* wiio?* �*� cijitctude with the TriDmphs f I'eacc Each Pciloa Cii be admitted far a Pint r>f Wine or �'i>nih. x High Water at London-Bridge thi* l>,'y nc 14 Miutitei after 5 in the Morning, and }4 aiier ^ m i!u- .XffcTnooo. Vellerday Hank Stock was 137 i 41a a ) Hii>s a i ^ih. India Stock 18c a 1 4th a iB;. South Sia Stock 113 I 4ih. Ditto Old Annuities 108 a 1 Sth. Ditto New 106 } 8th*. Bank Annuities 174b, 10; 1 8.ha ic$. Ditto 1747, no Price. Ditto Lottery iT%7, lOj i 8ih. Bank Annuities 1748, 106 1 8ih a 106 Di;to 1741;. 166. Three per Cent. Atmuitiei 100 1 8th a 100. Millioa Bank no Price. Etj; r-alent no I'ricc Royal Afluranco no Price. London Ailurance uo Price, Englith Copper no Price. Seven per t. eut. Emperor's Loan no Puce.  Fivo rer Cent, ditto no Price.     Pank  Circulation no Price. nJia Bond? 4I  .(. a 55.    Three per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Puce. In the Pi-r-fi, an.t ahnojt Ji'rjh'd^ npHIi Book. Ki.e;'t:.c's GuiDii in U^l.wo. Piit I L"oni�iti iig a Spe, mic'i of B, oU ICtep ny, �ftcf the mniou W.VY uj Debtor *ni c'rotnor , t,� I �rk. \'i t fl. C'lintlin � S,ieciincn U,.. .It Kef pi ij, aftrr ttie Ital.in Mj'iMri, by J ,1.iiji.'r tii'ry inio t.' 5 I.C.J,r �lr oi (iilitufaeture it, 0# both j uhlt 11 in (tic l,r><i Huh \tr at !> wiafiy !>tcw ;> unijji O.j Nani- a) Mri,l.j ., Arcompii, bodi 10 a D.>in�ll . k j/.J ! n-i^n I'l't, jj.-I f.ti.^lati. bs-lungi tu Mri ii(�, whult l*"^': >t^ I... .h� m ^ t v<,� .114th upon Ionian I'ra r. Ai.J iHt Vai i^f alji^aml C .'ai ^.. ,.a i JaXfca thai aiTiul file fip.'iialuil an.l lir ^ rtaUi..i .1 �. " u., n�ak.� luill  Mcil.od of H r.k KrCiiiO^of li.; I4 <: S'trlll.jflo di 
                            

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