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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 12, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Nil      j,Sai S A T U R D A V,  AoousT* 12    1744 RRIV i . ihr TcmrUT, �hc I'inJe', Krcfitr, a'd the K.no vies, H'lrnc!. from hmiicdi the AfriCAn, Purnrr, ttom Autiiua; the FtJc-li V, D*nrrl\from IVjples; the Em I of vjr*nvil'c, Slttlt^, t om Oporto ; the Diamond, I r Borqucr, from Carolina; the Virgir, lUlbioolc, fron\ Virginia; and �hc Frici�dihip, Clerk, from Barbadors, and ftil d for tbe Kivtr. Reoiam. two Shi;� and a Snow, Namet aoknovMi.   Wind S VV*. Yefterday arriv'd a Wail from Holland. tgfitnh!gt*. Augnjl^. The Souadion dtfign'd to go a Crtiixe under the Command of Vice-Admir*! Touder. is in the Ro�d of this Citv, ready to f�il npon the firft Or-4crt bat it docs not yet appof whether it will go into the Balrick, or into the Nortii-Sca. IVaffenv, Atguji^. The Count do Brohl. Prime Mi-niRer, who i� already pofTilTed of a confidcrable Eftate in thit Kingdom, has jutl made a freftt Acquifition by the Purchafc of the fine 1 orddiip of Sierakow, tvhich \va� Mrt of the PoflV-flion cf the late Queen Conlort (o the King of Poland. Dnke of Lorrain and Bar. After the Dcaui of that PiinctTs it fell, by Right of Succcflion, to theQucen of France, \  for this KiUfc The Loculls begin again to make terrible Havock in feveral Province* ol this Kingdom. DthrtsJn in JJungtiry, July zg. The Locufts appear again in great iiwarins in levcrai ^'a'-ts (>l ihib KinpJ>>m, p.wii-tttUtly in the Territoricv of Boiiorimn. Nin-5,�nd Dior-teg. ii> the County uf S^bolik, wijcrc ihcrt-arj 1'uch j;rcaf NoittlliCr* of them, th Cirl�ir, ibat the I'lfiinuvvill fn out the zd ol C^tobtr from Fonui^ibli-au U>t A:\'ibrf, ia otder to euib.srl: ihcic for Italy, wiieie the Marijuis de MultViier will go to atio.d thai Fiinccf* 'I is .tiford ikata new Revenue w-.'l be p'opos'd to the King, which it to be rais'd by i ibid4ing all fcrfons fiom wearing a Sword, exci-pt rhgle v\t:oih�llprove ihcu I lilcoi Nol-ltilf. r who arc in the Troops of tac K ag; but that ihofe who want a fuficicnt T dc may hve herniiUion to wear oor, >a Confideraiton of 3. (ma.\\ Sum of Money paid to ln^ Majcfty. The Count de St. Seveiin is much beitcr. They write from M..rfti.lcs, that a Fleet of Mcrciaut-SUp* will iaimcdi�tely Li fail from that Port for the IfCvant, and that the Pirfons intcrcllcd therein, dtfijn to luve it laden wi'U Corn upon its Return, in order 10 re-ftabliflj by that Mear.* Flcnty in Proveuce. L      O       N       JD      O       N We hear that the in(ti..a:ion of the eight Knight* of the Garter will be at Windlor i>ie xill o� Scp:c.iibtr. The Wafp Sloop of W'^r i* pit into CommiHIon, and the C iiited Commander of the Ad-reoiure Mao ot W^r. which is ordered on the Coalt of Sco-land. "rue Shi;> Wjlliam and Ma y, having on board a great Number of Forcigncii. smiIi scotch and Ir�(h, for Nova Scoiu, (omc time orJcred to faU,down the River, ii t'lrefltd to ret4;rn. anJ th.: People to bs fct on Ihure. till � M�n of War going for that betilcment a tody, which t> to receive thou on b >ard. Mr. Samuel Popr, of RaicUff. is chofen Mailer of the Driper4 Compiny (or the Year eofuin^. Yrilcft' y Morning died at Dcpiford. Mr. RicUrd ,B i/-Chandler at Lunchoufc. On Wednefday iaR theGcncral Comnlittee of the Pound ^ !inz HufpittI refolved to take in Children oa Friday the fir if of neM Month. O i'J'hutfday the Re�. Mr. AAon, Reilor of Walton on the Hill, in'Surry. s*aj married it the Chap.;! Royal at Hampton-Court to Mift Nicholai of Clap'am Ou Thuifday la'l was nunied at Fukaig, Mr. Joli" Smith, of Mancheftcr, in the County of lancatler, Aii'>-ney, to Mifi Winch� of Thrift-Street, Soha; an ag-ecablo L�dy. with a Fortune of jooo I Ytftcrday the feveral Peifons fcnteijced to Death by the Court Martial for Mutiny in the Cheftetfield, that were repriev'd. waited on hi* Grace the I)uk� of Richmond with their Rcttrn of Thanks to his MmJcIIv. On Monday lafl as Mr. Wadnore, a Floufe-Carpenter belonging 10 Portfmouth-Dock-Vard, wai fvimmin>; in that Harbour near ihc new Buildingj for a Wager, he wat drown'd, in Sij�ht of  great many People. Latt Week the Shop^'of Mr. Chondley, a Draper, at Leek in Staffordlhi-e, w*� broke open in the Night, and robbed of a large Parcel of Goo(!j>, and about 14I. in Cafli. The next Morning fcvcral Piece* of Cloth were found '-"the Ditchc; .and Ro.id Side leading to Macdc-fiild, t'> which Place bei.ig p tr(i iilc>v'j Progrefj. The whole to conckde with a grand Krprclcntatian cf R<^nila^h.Garden* in the .Man-rer they wire decorated at the Jublee Ball. To btgin at Ivvc o'clock Eacu I'citun lu be admitted for a Pint of Wii.c or i'ui ch At itc N w iVellj in (Toodnan's Fields, tH* Evening, wi'l be Icvrral nfw l'c<(oniances by Mnnf. Tartfey and Mr Hri.�iick, anl feicral new Dances by Mr Joe Gra-n  !!ng, by Mr llcnJialt, Mr. J'artfey, Mr Jsnno, Mr Mi'.et, and ^ ibcrs To n^hich will bj added, Whulun llo! day�, or Iljtlttiuin at Greenwich The who'e ro coniluJc with tl c Triu.-iph� if Peace. Each Pcrlon to be aJnuKcd l.>r a Pint tf Wine or Punch. On luefilay next, the 1 5th inflnnt, will he play'd a Mach of Piilon Oarrs. The Cjenilcnicn of ChrOiircand S-afTordfliire againft the Gentlemen of W.iles, for a con-UJcrablc Sum, and are to meet at Mr. T'homas Sanders's, the Sign of the Green Man and Siill next the Three 1 un� in Oxford Koad, near St. Giltj's Pouni, at One o'Clock on tiic fame Day, and b�^,ia to pl.iy at Three preciiely. All Spectator* are dcfircd to Kiakc Ruom and nut uucrrupt the Players. Francis Rawlings, Ivory-Turner, At the Crown facing Wood-Sirect, ChcapfiJc, London, begs leave t) acquaint the Publick, that he has a large Soriroent of Canes and Sticks, with Variety of Heads am! Fcrril% which are fitted up in the oeatetl and bell Manner i rlfu turns all fort* of iL-ada in Amber, Ivory, or hard Wood, wholcfale or retail, at realonahle Ratei. J. Doboii, Chafer and Engraver, begs Leave to inform the Publick, that be now keeps a Printftiop, the Sign of the Goldtn Head, the C>rn .tu.>rt grow f..vr\v*._     _, High Vvjier at Lon.loa l*ii.!i,c i.'is IVy tit 11 Minute^ �fttr 9 n tl^g Mo-n-ng. urn! ;   a.irr y at N {jht. Yellcsday Bank Stock was .37 | 8ihs a 1 1.:>�I Ittfik j\ock 1K6 a 187. Sou;h-S a Stock iij $ StKs a %\^. Dtt-o Ofd Annuitie d� ^^\. j*. � 4s, a *�.   Three per Ce�it. Eschcqocr Oidcts no Pitce. 'itii   Second   Number  �/ 1"^ H E  N�:w CVric.li,   Biog'a'>h!CvV and 0�os..pKie.l Hl5tX>KY ot SCOI l,.\Nl> i'cm.t.iai�g ikvtMl cutioni OSI':(Tai,�ai in (ht liiflo-y i*!' U d i>rtK�. The N'um'crs *i* 10 be totrtirt'.tii wfk'y, ani iK* Hrs4s �if i'cU�fi*4 (titu to cvtry tint |>�i(el! m^m, >i fmn iH- L<;^t.4-\tt can h�*�\l)fni r.s't Muk, xhtj �c:U te fi\4tiuit\i witb th* vtHHllli Ki^uur r\f f.iw. Ti-.f D-lign no* Vnt^iUUit>i lr-n|t larj* loJ estcrfitr, tnaA if tlid 1 Ir.llt ill* l\t.�.iit   r. I'Mv-tiiur aivl iKo.eitft^** neff (ppcir ihroufN the �k(fcil -. 'Vhr nii*^�.ft )\t��t>tlgSslb.- iht HklKtcy { lo that the fiiriS. r Jo�n ii is �*r�i*J. ic wll t� ih� !�>>�<� �xt**Mt ft, U Xanlis �-xl Cartlo, veik5, 174S. by nc>*c the tamr, iray depend on havmg iheif Moikt irmitleJ tO LuaJon ututxi-tHlf afitr the next Reeall Day, whi>h wdl tw tttefiill Mua^} in S/|pten4ici nut. Nute, Any Wivc>, Wid>>�S, Einutiss, or Admiiufiiatan, bf faMtrf theu Papen, wilt meet with the like Succtti._ Tg ibi U'atjtip/ul lit Vr-pd^mt, in^Jmur, amd tb  thetarry, in the nv.m of Mr. Iftraacl i^arib(tJ, dtKcat'i, he hjv.n^ beni an A/tiAint lu ikc fi^i M>. fa.bct; uporaiAi \X iUva M>nkiWi. a�csi �f )ti� IVtA R I C Vl VI O N D N Mo.-iJay next, ' tUc An      A   S   S   E   M   B   L Eai.b Ccnilcmaa pai|(� *s. ti. and each UUy tt. ?4. ' t^tf utha UoDd^y. an uf�a!-ke  a  WUr�Ji�fct WELLS. To b� 'c aiiaucd Note,   h   > 11 Jt I be I tfirt oj fticral Ferjomt of ^jiitj. Fur   the   Btnfit   of M.   BhKEK. Ar   M AKY BON - (.ARDFNS.   on WtiiaMt) scat,      l6tk ioAaai. �.a t� a CuMol J VukW ' �/ tad laAnimtntal M IF S I C K.     :y- Th. Vjf.l r,t, b, .M.f. ranlkne, . ,d Mr. Baker. !  ' With ConeertDt tti the ViukincelM H*ai'o�, Uc�u. aiJ CefiaaaFl�t% \  bjr Melf. Ver� ri 11 tx vacn'i at >i>c. >ttJ li.r Cuoc-cc t. hc{ o 
                            

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