Daily Advertiser, August 19, 1749

Daily Advertiser

August 19, 1749

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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 19, 1749, London, Middlesex The Daily Adv SATURDAY, August 19. 1^49 Z>i/, Attguft 17 \ M E down and - rtfntttns. a Ship lor Bermudas. Amr'd, the Ent-wiflc. Smith, from South-Carolina; the Alice, Maokay.from Nevis; the Triumphant, Murra, from St. Kit's j and the Three Friends, (.lark, from Barbadoes. Wind iouth-Soutr. Weft. Jin Extratt cf a Letter from a Minifcr at tht Ha our, dcttii Ang*ft 2n.  Our laft pobltck Newt froHi Paris advifes, that from  the intended Journey that M. Rouille, Minillef and Sc-  crrtury o Sute fir the Marine, is going to take 16 all  the Poirfcover the Intrigues of Count BeituChefT, Atnbitfa* ^ oV^Eitrabrdinary ttoptkuj/a. Tho* this Lord was only .  at 6rft appointed to this fcmbafly, to make their Irhpeiial * Majefbes a Compliment of Congratulation Upon the Con* -  dufioa of the1 Peace ; it is however believed, that he * is charged with a more important Comraiifion, which  that Compliment was only a Veil for. According to � the Advices which one of thefe M millers gives to hit ' Court, Mr. dc Bcftuchcf* is endeavouring to bi.ng about fan AHiance, which is defignwl to knit the Bond* of for- \* mcr Alliances between the two Powers more dofely togc-� ther, and in which fome eventual Cafes of Succciuoii and ' * Election are to be put upon a certain Footing, in order � � that when they iMfl'l happen, the Powers interefted (hall * not be expofed to the Diicuilions, which are always equi-vocal, of a Gfiis Fted-rfis? L O N D O N. . Vcfterday in the Afternoon arriv'd at the Eatt-India-jfatic, the Purfer of the Steathatn, Capt. Pennel, with the agreeable News of the fafc Anival of the faid Ship from Bombay in the Downs She left St. Helena the 20th of June, where Die left the Colchcfler, Capt. Wood ; the Oxford, Capt. Stevensj and the Exeter, Capt. Wcitern, . homeward-bound; and the Marlborough, Capt. Sparks, Outwaid-bound. The True Briton, Capt. Broadlcy, came out with Capt. Pennel, but parted Company the 8th inft. to that ber Arrival is daily expected. Capt. Pennel met the Dornngton, Capt. Crab, oft" I'illicherry, all well on board. Yeftcrdsy was held a Court of Directors of the Hon, the Call-India Company, when the following Ships were taken up, viz. the --, Capt. Ofliorn ; the York, Capt. Lafccllt; the Prince Edwaid, Capt. Hildanei and the Giantbam, Capt Wilfou ; all for China : The London, Capt. Scdgewick ; �ho Kent, Capt. Robfon; the Lynn, Capt. Egerton; site Norfolk, Capt. Hancock ; a'l for toall and Bay : Tne -, Capt. l-'owles, for Bombay, and Commodore; the Shafrdbury, Capt. Bookey, for Bombay ; the Ilchcilcr, Capt Tedd, for Pcrfia and Bombay; the Suffolk, Capt. William Wilfon, for St. Helena and Ben-coolcn, and the Portficld, --, for B-njar. The Charming Peggy, Hayes, from St. Kit's for London, was ltranded the 13th luflant near Betyd in Cornwall. Ean of the lar^o will be laved, but 'tis feared the Ship V&l be loll. * ' Yellerday the Uou William Pitt, Ff>i; Pay matter of tie force*, fet out from his Houfe at Hie iluric Ciuartli for Hagley. Sir Thomas Littleton's Country Scat 111 WortciUrflurc. We hear Letters are come to Town from Scotland, with the Account of the Death of Licjienaiit-C'oluiiel Lloyd, of laic Ba-icll's H ijnicnt. Dr Sandy* has icli^n'J lua Place of Maia-Midwifc to the MiddleUx-Ho(| i at Ou Wednesday Night Mr Young, Grocer, of Bruton-Strcct, Piccadilly, was uken with an Apopleelick Fit, and died lullantly. On Wcdnefti-y lalt died at Reading in Bcrkfhire, Mrs Plummer, Wil ol Mr Toby Hammer, sn eminent W'ool-ko Draper near the New Church in tiic Strand. On "ihurfday, abuut Noon, two Prisoners confined in Newgate for Mifdeiucanur* and l'incs, made their l'Jc�pc ftom the 1 .oti^e. wiica thry brought the Dirt 4pwi>, but being pmiuca, one of them was taken in Ncwg4ie-Succtt but tJic other got clear off. Yellerday Mr Ltll �u attack'd by three Bailiffs and their three Followers in Holborn, and cut one 01 (he Hailiflj and tlic U.ice Follo**cri very much witli their own Weapons ; but by the Help of three Coachmen lie was taken, and larncJ over the Water. ^ 1 have not t;�ken the needlcfs Trouble to anfwer the suincl i� Letters, Sec. pubhfli d againil me, hi I'd with cutc.i^ai I'atfchuods, oppoutc to n>y peifonal'y known Primiples, Coudud and Character, which are iniicxibK houcit, true, aid coniulcnt ; �j my Ucftgn is prov'd in the Oratoi y-Majja/i r, &c. to be the gieateil poajble Honour and Sc.\ ice to Human Nature, and to the People; with wuojn, luetclore, wy lii.ciiiies, the I/iaUunal>, are in a Slate of War, Ajjgrriiors, ly be clcitroy'd . Lei them pub-*�Ai incu Nauiei, .tbodes, and Pnmiples, a> 1 do. Jwhn Hcukyi, atejic Uiaiory Leader of Uio Raiion*l.ftj. S V R R Y. hi A.y;*rtitnc>n% a* H'ttktUmj thtfixtmtth i).t t/~rf>tr*& " Ptxattit SfxtrJ, [IxHtu'tarraHt, Jislit ilfey&i^ ^uiSr^mci Kent," EfqJrtt% Juf.iett tf mr /n'J Lard the King, vjfentd to tetftht Prtut it trt- Ct**ty mfcrtfoid, tod aifi H tear others feized with the fiid Diltemper; and whereat this Court huh been ctcdibljr informed, that /everal Jlmti^^JfefA^:Catda .fit., in xendadlo.b7MHCro^n^Fair. and fevrral other Fairs within this CootWjr, W be evpofed to pvibtick Sale; and that there is. great Reafon to be! eve, that the Infection (which i� now intirely rafed within this Count))may break out again by the Sale of theCaul* at the laid Fairs. Therefore, in order to prevent th* Spreading of the faid Djtttm-per, and in Purluanceof tha, Powers and Authorities given. as well by his Majcffy's Orders of Council, as by the Pro^refs The whole to conclude with a grand Reprcfentation of Rtucla^h-oardens in the Manner they were decorated at the Jubilee Ball. To begin at Five o'Clock F�ch Perfon to be admitted for a Pint of Wine or Punch At the New Welti in Goodman's Firlds. this Frccog. wil) be feveral new i'erforntneo by M i.f Tanfey and Mr. Hcndrick, and feveral new Dances by Mr Joe r�-n'cr, MiCsCira 111, Mr. Miles, Mis. M Its, aad others Mr Hooker and Mils Agnrtta will hog fevcral new Songs Tumbling, by Mr, Hcudnck, Mr Taitiey. hit jsnao, Mr Miles, aad others To which Mill be added. Wbuf�B Holidays, or Harlequin at Greenwich The who'e to conclude with ^e TrijnpUs i 1'eav.c Each I'crioo to be admitted for a Pint of Wine or Punch. Mrs. Gjiton, well known for ber Ability in the Care of Hernias or Ruptures, and the only one of her Sex adm ttcd Member of the College of Surgeons at Paris, for tbofe Difcafcs. having bjrtn call'd to England a fccoiaf Time, thinks 11 naccllary, on account of her uoccrtain Stay io uis Kingdom, to inform the Publuk of her Arrival in ih� Meisopolis, that fuch of her Sex who ftacd in Need of tcr Skill may know where to apply for Succour, and depend upon being reliev'd. Her Bandage^ arc much lighter, more convenient, and fafcr than any yet exhibited She h*satfo lately invented one proper for ai&lliug Indies in their Pregnancy, and presenting Mil'carnaget Sne wa> Pup.l 10 Mr. Arnaud, Author 0/ the l'rra-11'c on HcroMs 01 Ruptures, publiih d by A. Millar. She !i�es at No. a Mariict-Lourt, Bow-Streec, Covcnt Garden High Water at London Bridge this Dsy at Mi .utes after 3 111 ihe Morning, and ^4 �fer 3 10 u.c At err.oon. Yellerday Bank Stock wa. i;b t 1 half India Stock 189' I half a IQO  half a 1 +:h. Sow:h Sra ^itxk 8.h Ditto Old Aritiujliti i ..q 7 i.i^ j 1 ^ J>.tt� Nt>v 10O 1 4th. Bank Annuities 1,4'. p.ic . Ditto Lo-tery 174% i^c. 1 Bth. Ditto 1 ;49> nl) � '.I ......, 1 1-71 Fink Annuities 1*48, K(i a at 8th. Three, i er Cent. 11. Annuities 100 a 1 4^1. rfit'bon flank ma Ptice. Royal Aflnra^ce 77 5 ^ths. no Price. Engltfh topper $1. t*. Empcior** Loan 14* 1 half. Five per Cent, ditto* no Julrali-nc London AllVtsiicc Seven per teit. Puce. Hank Circutat.on cl.ias. 6d. fnrlia Bo fchccj�icr Ofdcf* no Ki-c. Ti'ts Day ts puhlifii"d%.- ' Tht Third Is umber tf , ; GrofLnphtuI MtsrORY � trfrmenl nfike Sdc^til.on to tht Oown bj Robert th*. The t�ro to.ot to Rua% S�jtr, at h>� thr Cofxkn Bmk mlltt,'- Swfit. I he fcWt*n�j*rtt "f th*� Work Vrtni * fled in thf Author, ho Num-tecfe, Hn4i, W Mart, �ic to Kr MJ 01 dthxt'd, bvt '� the Aothtt. &x�kfrlUr* Kews-CsnrWrs. toJ others, arc 10 f>� foHily'd Hy the Antltar, Iratint thcti IJurfliom anil Orilclrs at th� UkMJsn But kid Ftttt-Strwt, anj li no cth*t W�jr.  ' \ A* this Bcejaipl�W, Mr. O^ISiJ His now �MhM |t� Unftt the Prints �e> he eaft off rtttirthf flat* �IU unci muU Vs. �r lh* VuHkk i �rtit h� wilt nit his Eiiata^ ahrth7titi ff tx^lssnd trotting U the F.tf'lmUfi, �a� h fiv /w� srd J/i'/J/w^e �// Principal M*nty inter/ft tket jbeU le t%*n dut f� tht /aid Ct�ife*y t BanJi, F.-tt India Houi'c, Au'gulViS. 1749. THE Oxrt ef Di-riStn rf the Uxitrd d*^iir> ef Ahrtht7titi F.i^lard trading tt the Rxji~Ittditu �i� htr b � '  - ' Dajfc/ aad httrtfi 1 And tlity d* jitrther g\'vt i\'�rin tf Thut Pabndt fir Ctntum ftr/tmmi, Or tbryjhallbt*veQ($ajS**jir j andthat in rraifirfi fmthTenittiPrifttnnt* rrrfi af �i.-�^irJ8^a^ jjfr t fsrff.*d Ctmm0emri �/ aVr RLijefly't _ aw? ghst battle* that tm Tvtfdiy tht ttd i.'ijfaat, at Etetx* t'Qctk im the Xttming, C*m�t{Tamer lU$h-t/iviU he ready, at lit Qffzt in hit hUjtjy't t'ltrj at Pertfmtutk,to treat +cith j*ih Ptrfent at are iKcHaahU to futfly the fnid )ard yrtA Taifait-CfKdlts, tm a Jlemding Ci�tratt. THE Committee ftr jetting tbr City't L-�di in,the Aixtvit ef tht Chanhtrlai-t tf tht G/v of. Lindi�% give Ketiu tt f*ih ejthe frtftat PeJF'flpn a] thn U.y'i Efijriuiitid ahtut CONDUIT-ME AD m art djiroHi, iu tah farther Term, thry nay leawt tl\ir Prjfrfoli in Writing at tht 0�/-t*siifi Ojfice in the Guildhall tf tht City efLtnfan % afitf tvAtc�i A'uuu. i It Mufitfc be| Orw Sktvlliag Adirutiancc. ^ e�p I NG "t OR KST ASSliMULV," Near H'aUjitcd, II71LI. bt on Monday next, the 21ft infhtnr, W acJ will cbiitiBuc crrry otnci M >.vi�> 4t�iing tii�S�imnirt StiToa. fits it to give Nvtiit, THAT the ASSEMBLY at ra- White Hut at Bom'oj in Kcrv, be on MunJay being ciis laft of th � SubaWptma. Net*. Publ.ine. A Coccrrtw ike H�:f6cUMA bj Mi. Buiicr. And ail the ulhtr l'�iU ky tic ttij b*H Matter*. T� htt'D ( htif n! Hour af'cr $.1. Tickets to t� t.W of Mr DarrTxft, > H*'nfitciJ ^ J at Pum'i CulTie-Hoaic is CaflJt-Sacci, If Ltxifirt-i tt-4>, at 51. c^uti. ' I^HIr Ag-nts tj rite Captori tor the Sj .1/1 ih m. 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