Daily Advertiser, August 14, 1749

Daily Advertiser

August 14, 1749

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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 the Bank* of (hi* City, not to difp;4fe of my Spaniih Piildes, Moidot�s, nor tli� I^[tt*s .Zckeeb;, v'hich tie tlcirj^;'is to have melted into Money of hit own Br-n, ^^fi'-ifl 7 ^ fuch a Condition vcr in a very few * Years with that of Great Britain, and that his Propofition * having been agreed to, twelve Millions of Lirres were ' immediately granted him, and afterwards other Samf. in * tardcr to enable him to proceed to the Execution of his \ * Proje�i: But now much more confideraUc Sumi are * given to M>. 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 M- Jcftkini, Efo} of Gakten-Squarc. Oo Tborlday died �t fiiiMham* new g��ling in Berk-^ flur^RkkUdHpffcins, Efot Rtcoidcrofdnit CbTttondonk Oil SoCurdaJTMorniOg died at his Houfe in Red-Lion-Court. Fleet-Snect, Tbeodote BarbW, Efqt ot the Middte* IVdtple. an cmiceOt CounfeUcr at Law. On Fridsy died in the 6ath Year of his Age, Walter Pebrward, Ffq; of Potntjr. The Cimc Dayd^TkomatOlbbrne. Efqi it his Hoafe in Hanover-Square. Latt Week died at Guildford to Surry Mr. William HuKhinfon, formerly an eminent Swel'th .Mcrchtin c( iBa city, who had ,acquiried a coaitderablc Forttino, aiiii retired frciu liudnc!Ss_:^____*___________r------------------- Q^tklay Night died at hit Brother's Houfe in Long-Acre, Edwsrds, Efq; late a Cap :i:u luCol. Uolmera Regiment of Moines." Yeftcrday k few Locofb were pick'd op near bt. AnnN, Soho. and 4bdie o|^ Pivta'of Weftmiofler. Laft Week* Aiald in Chofcb-Street, Soho, laltiiii, ^ Ct^pjpcr Stewpan to fry fome Caltes. Liver iit, which bad not been ofed for fome Time, the Perfons who eat thereof wereliiddenly lakea id, and the'Miftrcfs of the* Hoafe it finCe dead, and the other Perfons continue very ilL ' On Satnrday Night one ficeaJcy, a Porter be!aogiBg to Mr. Mahoon. bis Majefty'sfiarp(itJiord-Makcr, in Golden^ Square, was Oiot in the Shoalderb;{r the Maid's takin'g up.a loaded Piftol. and lies now expiring in St- George's Holpittl. On Saturday a Gcndetuan'a .Servant riding with a loaded Gun io Oxford Road, by fome Accident it went oif, and (heatie, on hit being appointed Licateiuiat Governor of tltat IHand'i et Winch WM drank the Heidtk of his M'jefty, their Royal. HighnrClts the Prince and Princv>f�^ .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'crformaAcy 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 be�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 rr 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|al Affi-��.t. ^ India Bonds 4I. is. a 3J. 6s, a %iu Tbree fcr Ceas. u� chequer Orders no Friee. , . ' ADAM NUTTALL. y:$i^msl^ikn'i: R.mov-J frtm St., MitrtiH^f Laitt 19 i0-'g-jkrtik :JUm^m,'. , V> En�biei for et�cin|uidi!ngt be sjpiitJ, ed Wi�w* "H.Sirt* �f Uafhci Pip?� fjr EnciBCT, fte. in Uw btik Mtamte^. tiaK, All Softs of ola Kinjinei, Uather Hpes �mi ��eSMt�-�tt�iar"Jat tluj moft iwforutila Rates. . , , , j| ' ' This Day iP^/u^J^ , KING'i AUTHORrnr. .A;�tW saaibitsBtifvi Biilipn (K-iOt aUKJWKiitttt \D�.-h IC4 itwian la ".' "^n'liO 0iil lifiifi, irtr.rv'4 at * g-f>r t.rftnt*, Ji-^mi tifMtn lie-j eMuK tltf �f tU i'-riptuf*:, !�USiih sacnd Hiftpfy , �P th� HOl^y niBt.E. ftfiri �Jv^ ttfci W���l..ai tht BrtsbUfhrnsiit ut ch�iftkBitr% i2.*u� cuansr *! -m ApOS'l'LES. *e. , - The Set of V'lnis smt MSps^U i4i fip�is�e, �� tf** )itfmer�diiioiiui M�i Stsckhonii'i'H4ls�y,Of laboa o^wiiiX* r*iiull# Kills.   Stfckhoub't Hiftoiy. Imuii4 �^w$th � Set ef tl�& anstlHiBsaai MsM, a Vol. mol Ihm^U H�- ^ .^ . A Isri* rsnilly Bible, with  ttti oT tht(c MS Piioss tai Uffi Hm-ffttfS. Viitn 1I. }� , V , wUh h(� M.kdj's Ri.y.1 primed only for H. Auftcn, tn^i�(�t�PJMnlt i Mht Wfcptka fetlert in Eimlall'f, Scniland, Si Nay)-0�cr, At^nit o� t TH� PrtHdfii/OJfittrt end (kffodftmmi tf' mM _ _ K.,tHCe due (t it*. Heje^'t Siff* wiJ^-- aiHttaHj, ijix. Bt/tfefd, lfiiHJti/.g Matik 13, �74',� cmStg Rta^ sc. �747. :Oji(htifltr, Msrdt 13, iY4i� .7*** �* *7ii' 'Gurnfiy^ 0,j?�� fUttci. Wluts.lion-Strtet, � NoHon-Filpn, Xiptir t ttgtlu t..^. * UtU ea tvfjy Tatttay ( dw kid iioiJe. a .A ' ;

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