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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 18, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Ni FRIDAY,   August ,8, l 74'?. Dral, ' sfttgnft 16 A 11.' D tor the River, the Churning MoFv, Vouri}*, fiom Antigua. Arriv'd ond fail'd from tl c River, the  -,   Clatk.   for IWbadocs. No Shi!-1* in the Downs. Wind South-Weil. An F.xirsH   cf   n   letter from a' P.rl'n   cf  g'ti.t   Crnt'i-    tit   the Hague, tts.trtt Augttjl *. * All the Advice* from Fratu- fpeak of nothing fo much  as the Scarcity of Corn which prevails in fome of the � Northern Province?, in Pm':t�, and all the Southern � Provinces, where the Harvclt has abfo utcly failed this  Year, was but middlirg the laft, and moll of its Produce  was applied for filling the Magazines in Alfaet and  LerraiB, where every 1 hing iikcmfe failed; and of the  maay and large Bankruptcies in all the trading Towns in  hvutt, that (hews how much their Commerce is ruined.  Circumllances from which the Englifh and the Dutch  might draw great Advantages, if they could be convinced of  the Neceffity of facrificing private Interelt to the Publick  Good, in not carrying their Corn into Fratu in fuch great  Abundance, whereby too they expofe thcmlelves, if their  Harveft fhould fail this Year, to be reduced to the fame a calamitous Circumrtances that the French are now in, � and in that Cafe no Body it's thought would thrive to � affift them They write too from Frutttt, that the Prr>grefs which  M. Roaillc makes in the Rc-cftabli(hmcnt of the Marine, � and the good Order which he has already cltabliihcd in  that Branch of the Government, gives Opportunity to the � Rremie* of M. dc Maurrpas to remark to the K.ine,  dut had it not been for the Negligence and ill Conduct  of thatMinifter, Victory would have attended his Majclty's  Arms by Sea, as well as by Land. Above twelve Million*,  they fay, were granted to M. Maurepas, with which he  did nothing ; and if Mr. Rouille goes on as he has begun, � he will actually do more in one Year toward m� ciiablilning  the Marine, than his Predeccflbr would have done in fix.  If the Englith and Dutch continue to fupply the French � with Marerals Tor building their Ships, they will probaly  in the End fujfer for it; particularly the latter, whole  Directors of the Admiralty have been continually dclibe- � rating upon the Subj. cl of impoving their Marine, for  more than a Year, without concluding upon any Thing  for that Purpofe, or even redrclling any irregularity or ill  Management therein.' ftfaor, Augujl 5.   It is confidently rep^rttd here, that a sew Alliance for maintaining ti>c Tranquility of Europe is actually concluded with (he Court of Mofcow; and that the Maritime Powers, and another gnat Power in the .North, will accede thereto. Paris, 18.   A H urnour pr?vn;!s, that i'he Turkiih Fleet is filled, in cider to at*,ck the Mind of Mill's ; and that the (Jrand Prior of France expects daily 'he Grand Mattel's iWanifcltp. reijuiring the Prefi nee of all (he Kni^hii of. the Order, \\KUa a ie: Tune, for the Defence ol ihc Plate.  L      O      N      1)      O      N The Lords of the Admiralty are cxpefleJ in Town this Day hem Plymouth. Tie Mary Ann, from PLi adrlpliia, bound to the Well Indies, is loll ^oing cat The--, W'aJi. Ir m Jamaica, bound to Philadelphia, is loft on the Mo.am key>. Letters foin l.�liu, of 'he 5th of July, acquaint us, that the Malcconfcnts at Ncbbio, inllcad of demanding Plardott for attacking-he Prciicli ["nop*, lent the Morning aflet to the ..J.iiq.i- tie Cut7..iy id dfm.uul S.iti!-f  In'ention to lur-pr&e the limu, which occalioncd their firing upon 'lie Piquets. There wa^ (uch an Appearance of Truth tn this. Bit tb.t Marque de Cu'zay ha� cauled the Perkins to be amfied wto gave him his Intelligence, i.nd has proinucd BJ examine the Attuir to the Bouom. 4 Pcnlion ol   particularly caprcu'ii to hi 1   i.:.;!:to l>y Death. By al.ct.ci Iroin R^muey 1.1 kem w a e laformrd, that a finall Saiuvj-iii.j) l I-;- cortc.^ti.'vd li, a Dutthinan, was itucd 00 tluu Coail l. j L ul'.mi.-l.ouK-  uizcr, on the  Whiicchapcl licldt, ibeyctme to Blows, and ih the Sklrmifh one of them was killed ; the other abfeonded. On.Tucfday a "Fellow was taken at (tnildfo'rd on tt ftr n� Sufpicion of cnlilljng Soldier* For forcijjn Services lor which he wai order d to Southampton Ct.iol. On Stmdsv lalt a Man nnd hm Wil.-, living i-> Tofen ham-Court-Roar!, having fome D'tlVrtnce, he threw a Pan of hot Broth at her, wliuh cut her Head, and leal Jed her Face.   On Tucfdny, Lucy Chapel, a Girl ab >w Street, Covent Garden, fell down and broke Irr Leg They were all carrictl to the Middlcfex llofpital, whcic proper Cnrc is taken of them. Laft Wcdncfday Morning a Fell �w \vi� deticlcd m picking a Sailor's Pocket near Fxecution Dock, when a Body getting together, they b:at him lotciribly, that they left him fpecchlefs. Cmntrbury, Angitjl 16. On Thurfd.-y laft the two following Peribns were executed at Pcnncndcn Heath, nc: t 3-bl.f.k, like our In-!;.in�. bat their CcHph %1-n it�.l� � >,t li^h'cr. Trie U.i' e�i Brethren, it lVein�, have a!�o � MilS�� at Ma n: ar butt'anie . "I'�so In i.tt- C^nvt m \ oti theii-.e. \% 11:i ihclc tirocnl*r.der�, t*l�,t tate'y tt |)e:h!c^ees i" t*i� Province (a * itlemrnt of rSe l^.tl.finj �vuh I n>c of the l\liA)>:c India v a-,d -loinr ol the Moh:kor^, Ciwvfrti .  1 I tSc t.i'.l llrefh-rn , .-.f.J :hj" if-�-i rt�ti\ e l.aRti�'ate to vj''ly  remote      the 1 .m'ude of iO'tv-s�tjsml in > t.ve N-Mth ; yet �i>.�t tie) cbirr\eii cf each ottKt'a H.ur, I'vtM. �r�l Coii^lexi >n cont'inceJ thxai tU-t th- pro-chiitned their, but wtre chagrin d lo hear tlie linjlilh were going tu letile in the laid Province, which they hue been nude to liTlieve all alon/, by tlv French, was to li� ^v.-n up as well as l.o nlbomg. 'J he Skhnoner A."h:n j.u'cd for Annat,oh� lall ivlond;iy, on board ol which vvii CuJuiicI Gorel.am, VVc hear the French are bui'ding a Fi;I� .'tt>- a b- oj.ht to i*e Steward by an unknown Genlcm.i'.i Mi�itdb.� Utf . �J|*�� for file H.ilf-IVck I.Pave? lent us ten l>�) .-.g-s by a worti.y t�ei ttewomjn ; .�ll wh.�,h �#*-rc e>)tall� i'ltl.vbitttd. to �*uf molt It?tollable .Relief, 'pirt ol v tt k o hers rake-i. arni nothing to lis on b.n l* re huwbly be-g thefe kind Pm f ictor* r��ay be a P.chJmt to ah go04 Chri!lian�4n fh^ o r dttl'vlieii S'a'c Pix/rty-Cm^.r, Wc the p^rir Prj oners on the Common Su*e, wan tng Wo-d� t> drlcrib." Os�r Wr�en� "cdiiel�7wiihll^uTm"6TrH"u,siility nrtpT�nelIS? i'Am;^iUv�rt of the bencv. lent, tiiere now prevailinj; in ou- Pnion an !�� ,nef�, ol which feveral have di � rs fl*r ;1 jr. a> alio to anottei Gimlmun unknown. f�r a Q,.ant  and (hall be . mplov'd fo' ti�� L'fc of the *�ica ^udinr.cU%) for whole II*n-.lit only �e pray T�r Cha'ity. iV'-V/ri/" f>i /*>.��,' Jugujl �f.' We the ptvir Prif.>mm r t irn.uur lincerc nnd hurty Tlunfc* to car kind an-1 hirva-volent unknown Benefactor, fur a G -ieea put mto o*r B.gging-Uox this Day by a Genit�man uukcown, to iW great Relief of in poor unhappy SutTcrcr*, b�icg nuayiai Number, and daily enrreaii-g. At Marybon Gardens, this Evening, by the De-fire of I'cvir^l of the iNobdity, will be a tUll. A: tnc N.w V*tlU n G-*;'d.nan � Kitijt. this F>ee"��#, will be levera' ntw "eric-f:-untes by M �nf Tartfey atoil Mr lleiul-tck, and i&icial ne.v Dance* by Me }ce t��a-n tr, Mtln'Gra -ei. Kr M:'e% Ms Mift*. and others. Mr Uooker and .V:iu A,�iftt� vi-.'l h"g i-ver�t ne"w-Se�rjj�. lir-b'ing. b> Mr Hendruk. !-?r Ta-llry. Mr ^m-J, Mr Mi'ti, and thcts � o ffit�.h �.!.' b: adied. Wh*tfsi�i llo; day, or llar!caj:n at Greenwich l*He who*e 13 c nil id.- with t'-e T'i-j -)' -nch. A S idler's W 4 Hi, llh- f-ton. this 1'itaii ,, vHI be rrefentf4 an     n'rrta nm-nr not p-rrH�rm\! 'here ���e�c twenty Years, cali'd the tla'lit - Pro;>�r f�     Ihc whole to C�acl*4 b.! . "sit     To brgtB     " 1 ve (ic.lotk     i-.ach Petto.t to be atiintited for � Pint cf 'uneh W,hv- Hughes fr- Tisnb'idge-Welh. whflhas T he �U.i j had the Hono.ir c>f krvti^ ih� firtt '^tality, illll conmucs 10 make and Urt all tofi of Maftj^crade PretTet enii.cl/ new, l.kewife all fort* of Venetian Do=ni�r* ami Malks. at her Houfe in Charles-Stieet. Coveif!! GardrO: And lor the better Convenience of a large lo^irnodiooa Room, Hie ivill itteod tht� Day, at Three oVk*k, neJU Door to the Rofc at Mar>bun. _ H7.I1 Water at London-Bridge this Day at     Miautct afrrr 1 in the Morning, and 18 after % in the AlicraOpn. Yefterday Bank Stock was ijcj a ijii 1 4th. �Mia Stock 1K9 1 4>h. South Sea Stock 11;  4th Ditto Old Annuities 107 5 aths. Ditto New ip6 a 1 Hth. Bank Annuities 1746, i04 78 hs ioj. Ditto 17�7. co Price. Ditto Lottery 174-. no Price Bank Ansmttici   a tl u. a if. Three per Cunt. Exchequer 0�der� no Pnec This Day is pubitjb dy ( Price ktmnj 11.    . > 'Tbt V�urlb Edilmm, %L'ilb iarft AdJilleat .nJ .i:t, 'mtitf;;. if AComplete Guide 10 all Pcfo'W w-m J;.,vr TikU *r Cuinn �Kh o  l.n'.T/:\', �?j l"---� i.tuctijl 4 cnnrtinioi, 1. Tbt N�fiK� .( til rift Vici, !-��. in tlx- U.dCiiy, mi �itlua th� Ell ol M o,i �    �   !'tr S    ,t -Situ (Uun �>l trie Vhuttlifi. -CJfcjp.li   Xtir..-^.?| IV,-; ^ Mills, tic.  v>�(Inn |h� lud B>:1 u' M " �'�)     J. a Si�>r t!r4fhcf, Cjriieti, &c. �h'r* T>�^f        %: .* 4.   Ih* U�ii U�c� t'< V.i - Condi, Irons oat Kti�.., �t the iijIOan �*-\ m !�., 1.1. l'-v  -v. 'tl J."-.t .*' v� ' i.      .1 � � sT . �{ r . . .-' It.   �.% Olhce. A- Nav� NaHJj gfVt   Nat In,   tri.il  a bt rutjy, at bit Ojfuf iM In A/. , i'.irj treat n.itb tujj P.iji.nt tu uj . ts . \i.itb '1 uii^v. CunUitt, �n a ^r.nJt.*^ c .at.__/ 1 -.' a,  S.f . i.r-   

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