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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 14, 1749, London, Middlesex                                MONDAY,  AwcusT 14,   1749. HE Outw�nl-bottn(I� with the Mar* garet, Richardron, for Mufctlles. are fail'd. Arrived and fall'd for the River, th� Ddtchefs of Qaeen-borough, Mac Nealt and the Prince Charic*, I^wfley. both from Antigua. No Ships in the Downs. WindE.S.E. 'WaJrid, Atigufi i. Another Fleet is daily eypeAed from the Wcft-tndte�, the Cargo of whidt will, with what has been already rtciived, amount to thirtir-foar Millions of Pieces of ^tght. His Majefty is inclined tocaufe the Money to be immediately d! ing the ufual In-jdto.    The Count d(I Bene is declared Otreitor-G. Rooille, his Succcflbr.  It's natural for the * rcrfons who raifed him. upon the Downfid >of Mr. * Manrepas, to interefl thcmfclves in giving a Luftre to * h^5 Miniilry, and with this View they caufe every Thing .* to be granted him which he demands; infomuch thai * the Marine of France will improve more in one Year * under him, than it would have done in five or fix under ^ M. de Maurepas.   The Proteflors and Friends of M. Kouille already infinuate. and will in a (hort Time fay 'openly to the King, Sirr f J/ M. Je MaKr^'P^t^Lxd Iwa *Jitntr di/mijftd, your Mtijrfy's PrcjiHs ivouU itufiit m tv^l * teen cro-ivnJ ivitb fiiiory by Sia, ct thy 'zvire ' The puke ol. �arina.is demanding oi. his 1 aihcr-in- * Law an Aogmcniation of his Pinfion, fiul hi;h.-no he * has not been able to obtaiu any, and aman{',(l thofc that ,    follicit for htm there are none but the Uuichcis, Li* ^ Confort, who liave any Hopes of fuccceding 5 but her * Royal Highncfs flatters hctfvtf, tb?t (he (hall obtain what * the Duke demands betorc h?r Departure; and that in * order to make her the moce joy fully received, (he fliall ' rarry to him fomctlung ci^'ial 10 the annual Revenue of * another Dutchy. ' Some L'ciLors from Ittuy have intimated, that the King � of Spain had granted to the Duke of Parma an Augmep-' lation to the Pcniion which is allowed h'lm by that * Crown I but wc have it from good Hands, that bis Royal * Hij^hncfi haii not vet obiained any, and that-there is as ' hule i.ikclihood that he ihould, M there is that the Ge- * noefc ihouUi obtain a Coiitiaua^ioB. doring the Peace, of * pan of the Si:biidi:s which tvcregranted then dtiring the ' War wh'.cii liai been hitherto fruidcfl) foUiciting by the * Maiquis tie I'allavicini. Piuii,   Aiy:iJ} 15.   It   is   reported,  that  Princefs. Who has fticwn an extraordinary Concern for the ASain of the young Pretender, lately prefcntcd a long Letter from him to the King ; yet no Body pretends to ttbow she Plate of his Rcfideiice. Some Days ago the Count d'Aatry died tnthe lixty-eighth Year of his Age, without a Moment*a Sicklier^ i and eleven other Perfoni of DiAinttioA have died here very fuddcnly within the Compsfs of a Month. His fiiitanmck Mf�^ .Wale*, the Duke, .ind the reft of the Royal Family; my L.ord Cobhffm. Governor in chief, the Earl of Granvil'e, Bailift'of''.tilc; faid lihnd, and many other loyal Healths. The Races be^in at the Jolkiwiliig Placet, on the Asvcril, Days enfuing. viz. At AyUsbury, Auguft^ 14; at War?, wick and Loughborowgb. K | &t Oxford*. Derby^'aiid Stockbridgc. rz ; at Wiri(cfieM,aiR; At Litchfield (firft Ra-ce;) and iJidlo'v, 29: at Litcb^d (fccond Races) and Lincoln, September 5 ; at fiurfotd, 18 j and at Newmarket, Ottober 3. Exlrti.'i �f a Litter /ram Ant'gua, Jeitejymitc * I'wo Veiicls are arrived ttcre, one fiom Martinico, Ai)d * the other from I'obago, b^ which we have Advkc, that ' the French are going on with the Scideoient of Tobago, * thougk yo(|ir Ncws-rapers tell tu, that the French Court  has ordered a Stop to be put to it; but theFrench in  this Part of the World iay, there i* ttoibiiig iii (l. Ptmbey-Cui^fr, Aapiji 14. We the poor Prilbiiert oo tbe Common Side, wandng Words to delcribe our W/etchr cdnefs, with utmoft HumMity, cmplore the Compaffi^i) oif the Benevolent, there now pretfailiog in bur Prifan �a lUncfs of which fi;veral have d^, inany are ill, and the remaining Part hourly expe�Uag the like Vifitation. We returo our moft dutiful Thaoitt for a Guinea delivered Yeftcrday by a charitable oafcaown Benefador to our Keeper, Mr. Harrobin. as alfo for four Bottles of Sack by another unknown Beaefi^or, fU which (hall be employ'd for die Ufe of the Sick (at d^c&cd] for wbofe Beneot only we pray for Charity. A( MaryiKm-Gardeni, 00 Frijav orxt, by the Defire of fcvetal of the Nobdity. will be a BalL At Cupel's Ciardc-.s, the Entertalemc^u of Vocal ahd Inllrumcntal MuBck will be contin9'dtbi>�fid every Evening during the Remainder of ther8^aSimer Saafoo. The tire-works arc entirely new, and f leptune, by Delire of great Numbers of the Nobility and Gentry, will this and Tomorrow Evening proceed in hi> uiamphal Chariot, drawn by Sea 1-torfet, fium the Grouo^ and fct Fire to an Archimedan Screw. At the New Wells in Goodaaa't Fieldt, this Evening, will "be (cvcral new l'crformaAc y Moef. Tanfey and Mr. Headfick. and fcveral acw Oaace* by Mr. Joe Gia-aiier, Mifs Gr^r icr, Mr MUef, Mrs. MTUet, aad oibcit. Mr. Rookcr and Mift Agnetta wiU fing fcveral new Songs, rambling, by Ut. Headnck, Mr. Tartfey. Mr. Tanao, Mr Miles, and oil crs. To arkieh wdl b< added, Whitfttn Holiday*, or Harlequin'ai Gre^wicb The whole to coadudc with die Triunphs of Peace. Each Perfon to be ttlmatcd for a ?iai of Wme or Punch. At Sadlcr'.< \V e�t not pcrfotni'tl there thcfe twenty V��rt� c^ii*d the H: n of R MieUvh Gardens ia tine'Maa-nrr ihcy were dccor.ttcd at the. |uuitcc Ball. To b-;^ti� at Five o'clock. Each Pcrfou to be t%!(nittcd r r the PullicU Good, ami in Gratl'mle ;o Df Ssi.dii, 1 declare, that for tcveral Vca�s t wa^ �(!Uticd k m s wcVat Ruprarc, ufcd all kiUlfe �* Trutio aui e* rj i ur .VJcbal I could I'.car of. to no miinner c>f Purpcife. rili i^sppdjf rccomnjendcd to the I )ot\or, >v ho, by a Co^jjtfc eCBtitM|j^�V peculiar to himfeU', nnd other out\*;4rd Af^pi^a^i^es CMide a pcifeil Ctire of me in a Month's Titne, wit{��> it Panfc or Confinement 1 which I will ceitify, at ris' Kxct** O^ca in the Old-Jewry. CheapfiJ^^ v^hrrf t F* ftc^i. f^jr Xtas*, ahd till am an Ux�A|ttct, J.diul'.^vrt Tfis. l^a^^wr.Siwitbe Coovenieniy of hU C'Uy Puic i v j^ivti A:tcr.'A*�c . Houfe in Soathanp^jn-iitrrfet, Co*'cai-t�a'�iTr f  scis --d Poor of both Sexes arc cuied without Ksj'r.tjri "^'^A^Kf. k" r' ij'">"V's',    ""T"'" i^,dward Alford, bf M.'ro in VVt>fl,rr.v KitM^m:^. WUIIani Biuckle, of Norwich. XITntik.. i V.ct***.. Jacob MayOfPelhtai-Street, SpiJikJt vL itAst-x ihi^. ---H�f>W^er--at l^tii^ft^^ii 4jav"aT^^^"ft|^i^ ^ after I I in the M  3 8i.U*.   BaVik Anft.nties-t*|||pey^ Ditto 1747, tc6 1 Sth a i 4th.   Dit�>Lot�tijt^4j. ic^^'' Hank Annuities KJ^A* 106 1 r>itlo inij;'l06 t/5;t-.i    1 Three v<:r Cent. Annuities too 1 Sits a t 4d�. bli]!ii�� it Bank no Vx\ |al Affi-��. t. ^ India Bonds 4I. is. a 3J. 6s, a %iu Tbree fcr Ceas. u� chequer Orders no Friee.     ,      . ' ADAM  NUTTALL. y:$i^msl^ikn'i: R.mov-J frtm St., MitrtiH^f Laitt 19 i0-'g-jkrtik :JUm^m,'. , V> En�biei  for et�cin|uidi!ng< rtnr aai WMttsfilf Crisetow. 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