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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 17, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The  Daily Advertifer. t if P H U it S DA Y,  August i�>,   i7.i iRtV'i) Vemsin*. * S>�j� from B�rh(afa?>"=. an i a S >ow fro-rc Antigua, N'i-rcs urkno^n; and the Krctcr. Hunt, from Exeter. A ind North ft-'K-, 2.   Mr. Kelt*, th: Bntsfh Emitter, hastes Week delivered a Vlrrwsrui!. in asf-vcr to that late!) prelcved to tr? Briiith Court bf the Queen's Mmifter,  iclatir^ to tec Afatr- of '^jNofih : In tl�l5 Memorial his B't'anrrck M�jii3y Ji fires the Emprefi Queen to employ her good Offices. cenjos^ly with bit Majefty, to divert the tltrtp.-cis of Ron:* from any -Dcfig" ft*e ma>' *,avc to mo'eft Sweden, fioce hts Bruan-akk M�jtfty *�d France have ag*ccJ, Thai if the-Eraprefs . fliould attack Sweden. Britain mall give her eo AitiSaoee; and that if. on the other Hard. Sweden fhould attempt a , (^ange of the prefent Form of Gavcraaacat, France Hull ' fain with England to prevent it. Jcrstf, A�&fi �j-   The Regency of tfci* Canton having delivered to Mr. Burnabt. the Kngtifh Rdaiaat* ,* letter .for his Briunnick Majefty. aCct- g bis Permiffioa for the kf* criminal of thofe concerned, in the late Conspiracy to fettle in Nova Scotia, Mr. Burnabi has fince acquainted them. That the King bis Mailer was ferry be could not grant riser tteqotft j but thatbe/ides the Etpence of their Transports, �Which would be very confideraS>. Inch a Seep wonld occasion Jealoufies among the People ; and there are already ts many enlilted, as it is thought proper to fend there at ftrtfent.-:-^-----.        i   Yefterday arriv'd a Mail from Fi*xci. . Paris A-latruuH, Jmgufi a a. The JLiag went away on Tatfiiay h\il from the Lallle if the Mtiettetogo to Choi!"/, .vhexe nu Majefty will remain till Tomorrow. ^ ' \ Enough cannot be fsid of the Magnificence*with which &!Mtede Richlieu received the King, when his Majefty did hiat the Honour to call upon him at Gen needier?, and Ifjie^g erprelTcd the Satisfaction he had therein. Tnejr write from Bourdcaux, that the Parliament of that ^jCtrfhad the 6th of thi� Month detenmncd the great 4*ITaiire which ba  long depending between the Uckc " 'jal Sally and the Prince d'Hetinchmont, who demanded a , Son- of 1IOOOOO Livres of the Duke; but thefc Prctcn&oss were reduced to tooco   The taft News from Genoa intimate, that the Islanders of Corfica ftill fhened great Re-*' ance to return under the Dominion of thcGenocfe, fthat the DireOors of the Bank of St. George have not been able to conclude upon any Thing towards re* ig its Credit, though the/ hare net fcvcral times that Purpofe. ..�-..I. from  tbt Paris Gazette. Qmftavtimplt, July 8. By the laH Advices from the Frontier* of Pcrfia we learn, that that Empire is a Prey to in t#iine Divisions, and torn by HaAionifo animated againQ each other, that we may expect to hear to a little Time of t new Revolution. The Saphi Adil Nadir srnagisd he would cftablifb his Throne by Acb of Severity, and has alienated thereby thofe that had not. ptevibuv thereto rc-folv'd which they fliould join. Tie Number of the Diffiuisftcd has fo incrcas'd the Party that is ia Oppsfitiaa t< AitOi that he is at the Eve of being befieg'd ia his own ':j6nttah It u laid he has lately difpatcb/d fcvcral Coarien tbjhe Grand Signior. to engage hun not onty to give no Aifilhujce to the Rebels, box even to farnifh hint with a Body of Auxiliaries; but we are afuii'd the Porte has re-IDraM for Anfwer, that it b moft proper, in the prefent Conjuncture to obferve reltgtoaOy his Treaties with Perfia, and that he had no Pretence tor cotnjnjukag Ho&ilities gainil the People of that Empire. LONDON We hear that the Rr. Hon. the Earl oTHarrington. Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, feu oat lor that hucgdoaa the laucr End of this Month. We hear that a worthy Maghlratc of c!a� City, who fo laudably exerted himielf for the procuring Relief to the Sufferers by the Fire in Cornbill, hi� bctu app'ry'd to by Several of the Sufferers by the Lue Fire in the Borough, to aft his Endeavours to obtain fume Athitaacc for them ends* their prefent Dittrelfes. Vellcrday came an Accojoi. that the Falmouth. Hill, from Brillol, bound to Newfoundland, foandcred the rj:h pail, about too Leagues lhort of chat Ptace, bur the Captain and Crew were happily taken up by a Frcnca Vcifcl, and brought to Falmouth. Lail Saturday Night ieveral Sailor* a&eaibiiJ tojcihrr at Portfmouth, as lappoci. to rcf^ uc th; Prii jner: ia the Black Hole there, bat being oppofci by the Cennn.2 On Duty, they utcd turn very ill. upor� which he fcre4 a: taem.and unforcututcly .vr> in taar.eu: l-inntn-Drap.-r in Lcad^-nhill Sricct, t-> M.Ann Cl-iki. tldeil Daugt.t.-r ot G^odclu d C'a.-kr. h 4. a I -i*tch i  Lady endow'd with every (ocui \ rr:ie On Tucfday Mr j'.iuuun Sco.:.        ' / reused :o Mr Scott, an fmincrtW'mc Merchant rr. rt'h > itci-ilj]! uit married 10 Miu b-;ly Bsr.on. ci Ntv-toLas f ar.e. Lalt rhurl'diy a 3 J3'.:>v*in iulo". ;:r.�  :o N!>|i3y"i Ship the Effoi. wis b'*i by I'o-r-e ot :�x- 5.    . i^ir-.g to that Ship, in BroaU iucirt. ttiat u wa.> . u: could cot recover. ajsinft the Flap with fuch Violence, ttuthedied a few Honrs after.   Peatfon hasfiict rrtide his Bfcapa f^r-.VjA. Ampf/i 10. Yefterday the Minillrr* and E-der* aiTuming to themfelves the Name of -the Affociatc Synod, met at Britlo, and pretended to excommunicate, cot oft :rom the Church of Chrift, and deliver over to the Oevri, the Rev. worthy and p'wts Mcll' R.tlph KrOtino, J*mcs rithcr and Willism Hutton, fur no Other Re�fon but becaufe they own and contend for the La*fulncfs ol the foJliw oftextraordinary Merit in dwfe v^ are:in(rrumental the procuring it. But, on the other Hand^ as tW "(which will be fo confidcrable a Lofi (ovdiesst, ^ienubly felt by Thoufand�) cannot be ac-comp^hzd. bYt thro' toe Bond-Holder* Neglect; they arc exhorted to vbe as fbllicitous and careful of their Intereft, as the Letter,-Writers pretepd to be about that of the Company } for their own, forfboth, tlteTe worthy Gentlemen would have you fuppoie out of the Qiteftion And if the Poi&florsof the Bonds do ftahdby their Intereft, and join firmly in Support thereof, it willnotbcln the Power either of the jews or the CbriiUans ionccrn'd in this Scheme, to effect it. Thofe Pcrfotu therefore, whofe Intereft is fo manifellly (truck at thereby, are advifed and defircd to meet at the Crown Tavern, behind the Royal Exchange, Tomorrow, at Five in the Afternoon, to contider of the moft cfftdkual Method of prefcrv|ng this fourth Part of their property Pauhry-ComfUr, Avgujl \j. Wc the-poor Prifoners on the Common Side, wanting Words a* deicribc our Wretch-ednefs, with utmoft Humility implore the Companion of the* Bcncvclcnt, there now prevailing in our Prtfon un Ii __r.   -C ...v.:_u r...___1  u_____________'in        1  .1 entirely new, Ukewife.aU fot^s of Venetian Dominoj sod M.i1)ij, at her Houfj In Charles Stteit, Coyeni-GarUen : And for the better Convenience of a large cotan'toiWjs Room, fhe will rttcfd Tomorrow, nt Three o'clock, tic* Door to the Role at Marybon. Great Variety of all Kinds of nTeful nnd ornamecat fecohd-hand Plnte and Watciu1*, at Price* extremely lowj alio much Choice of large and fmall new Piute, chafed, snd plain, rinilhcd by the belt Wotknun, nnd in the moft elegant Taile, for Kxjwrtatton or otherWifc^, continue to be lotd at Mr. StniTbrd Uulcoc's old Shop', the Comet of Friday*Street, Cheapftdc, the Golden Ball only, who give* as ufual the moft Money for Quantities of old Piale, Watches, and Jewcb^ and for fuch as arc yawned, j.j; Hitjih Water at London-Bridge'this R*y at 1$ MUwttt after 1 in the Morning, andi 39''aftertt "U the AffcrT,oan^ Yefterday Bank Stock'was 138 1 half at 3'^ 1 ifeib India Stock 190 t 4th a too. South-Sc* Suck He. Ditto Old Annuities 107 3 4ths. Ditto New t StH a 106. Dank Annuities 1746, me.  Ditto 17*"?. if�6. Ditto Lottery '747, tto Piice. llank Aunurries t748,.ic6. Ditto t; 49, 106. Three frr Cent; Annuities loot �th a too. Million "Bank no Price. Equivalent no Prke. Royal Aflurar.cc in) Price. London Aiturance no Ptice* Engbflt Copper no Price. Seven per Cent. Ewpctor** Loan no Price. Five per Cent, diuo no Price. Bank Circulation no Price. India Bonds jl. is. a 3*.^iris* Three per Cent. Exchequer Orders no Price. a Mop in o^e of t!-c Ou Tucfday a Wom.m v.--.fhin; Drt.ici rear K.^r.t-Sti r. t. tc'; ir. aad v>Ja tkSTxaied. C^rlific, J'j�i  Prafoo Urt* the Uid Ariultio'^ on titc Floor, asd d>i.'d too Head 1 nefs, of which fcvcral have died, many are ill, and the remaining Part hourly expecting the like Vifitaiion. We return our molt dutiful Thanks for three Guineas left with Mr. Horabin (our Keeper) by a Gentleman unknown, and two Guineas left with the fame Gentleman, mnrk'd I' by that worthy Lady who lately charitably ailillcd the Sick with three Guineas before advertis'd, and to that good Bcncfaclrefs for a Quantity of fine Mutton. All which has and (hall be einplo>'d for the Ufe of the Sick (as directed} for whofe Benrht only we pray for Charily. IVbituhtptl-Prifitn, Auguji 16. Wc the poor Prifoners on the Common-Side, being frtcndlcfs and clcllitute of the Means necefia/y for our Support, humbly pray the A ill It-ance of all charitable and well-ii'Tpoi'd 1'^.rfocn, ami moll duufulJy return our finccrc and hearty Tlunk^ (or u (juinea pat into our Bigg�ng-b*ox on Fuel lay lull, by an unknown Hand, to the great" Joy. Comfort and Relief, of a great Number of uiuiappy Scli'crcri. At MarybonGardcns, Tomoirow, by the Dcliie of kvcr*l of the Nob.lily, will be a Hal). At Sadler's Wills, Illusion, tin* Fvi-ning will be prefciited an V iiitrta nntrnl rot pcioiut'd time ihvCe iwi-nty Years, call'd tt.c Harlot's I'ro^ri Is. 1 lu'.wliolc to lundudc with a grand Keprelentation cd RincU^li (j.irdrno in the Manner they were decorated at the Jubilee Jlall J'o bc^in at Five o'clock Eacu I'cilon to be admitted for a Pint of Wit c or I'vii.ch Ai liic New Wells in (.Joodnan'i Fields, this Vven.r.j�, will be fevera) new I'cilnrmancci by M .ii Canity si.d Mr. licndijck, and fevcral new Dances by Mr Joe C > 1 a -n:er, sf� tlra.jcr. Mr MiJc�, Mij.M:ln, and oihtri. Mr ltookcr and Mid Ag'.ntu will ling f:ver*l ncv� S >itg-. Tu-h!i)g, by Mr Hctidruk, Mr. i'artfey, Mr Jin-io Mr Mi.cs, and cihers t o >�lr�.h m Ii b; ad-iid, W hr.lai Holiday, or Harleijuin at Grcei.wich Yiu ^vdo'e to cvrclude �"*th ire Tn-jnplis .f l'e�ce Each I'erfon tu be .-dmittcd for a Pint if Wine or Ci rich. The Widow Hughes, from Tunbn.lgc-Wells, who has always !tad the Honour of fervinjj ike firll Qjality, dill I coniinues :o make and Lett all (on, 0i Mtifq^vradr DicUci I This   Day h pubiifl)*d% By  ,b,  KING'j  authority. A ntw and Jxustiful Editinrt (tmu ttiumniiil mtk lc4 �����>�> ibrg* "  - -     - ------ "' "   *^ajji> '.i.ri W M*ft, tnj*av,i *l * I'ft R*t**(f, fiim Difymii ,ktH ��> of lit S.r^mrfi, tub Q/J W l\'iu>'t/if*mftjtf MIc STACKHOUSK's Sacrist Hiftaty of (he HUt.Y BIBI.K, rf,�ro the r��tiuis �f Iht W�tW, j� tbt LiUWifl.mfnt ot ChilillSnht try JUSUS CttRISr sad Id* AP09TLKH, Kt. The S�t of I'rinta �ni! M�p� Ii fold (Vpatstr, th>.tx t<� It* fotmer Edition ul Mr. Suckhouic't ttitmj, ot to bind up with * Family Ditde. StJClclin, hut bv Numhet* i>f o>ti�u m Mt.Pittan't Pofrofliun, which he in cn>1i to publlOi in 1W1 fff:t Tim*. Sold by Mr. Pittin, the Proprietor, it (lie Sign of fame, the fpuirh Ho�fe below the Btlt I.m, on l.uJr�rt.Hiil | at the f^wn Xfia�> beth'e Head, a Toy/hop,la Or*rochu  the City* LtmJt it tie Account of tbt ChembrrLin of tbe tity ef tem&e, give Notice to /neb oj tbtfrjfnt Ptjijfiit of tlit Gt/t Efiate i�*sJ nlotit CUNDUl 1 -MliAD tit are'.ie/iraui to Ink: ti furltxr Term, they may Ua-ve thiir Prof>o/tJl eit Witting m tit Ginj*-tevllet's (SjjiCjUH tbe (iuildball of tbe City ofLeud&t; e^ftsr �abuv Notice nvill Be given Jar their Attendance. D.   SEAMAN.   Co-k/rW&r. THE ufttu far inlt.rgvig the Harbour at RtUHJ�.itr.L3e. do hereby give Notice, thiif their next Mcettitg w'// It held Tet.-.om-iv, the \Alh infant, est 'Ttu eChck, tit fit Oftue of' the Corpoialiin of Seamen it lie Mercbantt SeKSliu* on the pt>yul E.\ihnn^n. '_AR    ELIOTT.  Seerttjp RAN t; L A G H  11 U U S E JI.I.  be opffiM on Monday next, the W W lift jnltaM. The iiinal K-itfiiainuient woil be e.is.r.uf,| cvrr* Kvfiin,! i.ll lurihri Njricr. Flic MuAclt bag n> at Si* �'Onmk. Lj.Ii IV11 hi l>: ji.ij   Unt Si ill,u� a luiatiaiivdt K V 1M N (J -"POU ES r    ASSEMBLY-. Near   ll'otjlecd, 1H. be on Monday next, the: 21ft iail.irtr. .uij a i.l cuiitiriMc everj' uttier Nf.nJj1 diaf.rij tic Sumrrijj fcafua. 'Ibis    ti    to Nilicc, ^pHAT tlu: ASSEM'JLY at th-White X � llvnile, in Kent, wd! b� mi Mjruiiy next j bilof rhet la'l ul tlin SiibUrip!i.ii Note, Publuk Iircak(ai|in� evirr; Thru May Mortii.^. ar ukd. "lllS is to dilii.- .ill iiV Oiluirs     $ori, ,nd. other�. who in ui �b.mt ti.. Mwu>h   i it.it iKtj nnt"" inert Mr. An.hony \��1 , real      R    il r eiii-1 n   � i>     .    -C|r.4..i, t!.. ^ ; t .!. u.� Alter Mian.c        l�- t ���, "'>"> �� 1 '��' Mun n,\       5�� us 'It A!~ pi I     an tern ut .-r. | l*{ if �.I iJU... All I'nl . �, 'ii.ub.c-ii ro il.c l-'.ltatc ut Mr. W.llam Uaini. i, lata   il.: I' r�l. cf Cain!-OS. >:�!� r>a > Ccnnty uf � u..�, Lflitt .f- J*i-i '. in leJii'd f.ifj.�nf: to ftf ine.r �c/tK.itivr U.-i.ii u Im 1 ec-ncr. Mi J.l�s U>at. �i i.� Iktvtt in 'I'iJtciil.uiiir.V'JrJ, Lviiliwi) A/:l tl Ci.d 1 i' cf ili: lit .".C�. 11a ii'ii aie di/ii d tu t" "t; Ai>xn. .t Jl iLeal tt'.frULti debu Ua lasfl Ml. 6*m$U, wtliswtn Irvthcr rNttv�- . ti/f* fuib P< 'Jom til ui 1 iuuu.il, (j �HfJ.y til j\tiJJ~'J iLttb 'luJJyu. Curuti.i, gnu jtuiutm^   

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