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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 21, 1749, London, Middlesex                                M ON DA Ylt? August it, r^^f3* Jen1*,'* % Mai J8 AME down ud laird, the Wi! liam, Rer'datd. tor Malaga ; tk� Frrtd, Groves* for Moani's Bay ; Act the Mary. Morris, for Bermudas. No Ship in the Downs. Wind N. E. by E. Since oar lai arrived a Mail from Holland. .iMm, Amgtfl l*. The Court has iflaed a� Order, fa bidding the Printers of this dry to make any Thing niblick m Regard to the State of the Nation, or the pub-lick Affairs or the North, except what is tnitimrrtcd to then by the Secretary of State- Oar Hanreft has been very plentiful in all the Provinces of this Kingdom ; upon which Orders have been iffued tor & ting the Magazines in Fiatand ind etfewhere.   As there is a Rumour that the (Malady ta broke out again amongtt the Cattle in Livonia, h h thought that all Commerce with that, and the Pro-'vinces conquered by Jluffia, will befperdily prohibited. Att;Englr/h AnibaJTadoru very . impaiMmly expt&cd here. Uadrid, Aagufi 4. It has been lately difcovcred, that in Ae^ Provinces of Old Caftile, la Manca. Sierra Lcona. ffarcia, Granada, and Andaluila, there -remains a great Natnber of Mahometans, who, tho* they outwardly pn>fcfs tie Chrifttan Religion, are, in their Hearta, determined Enemies to the Go^el.' A very ftria Enquiry will be made alter thrfe People, who, from ccrtaifi Circnmftancc;, arc believed not to be fewer in Number than thirty thoutarul i and as fait as they are convicted, they wilt be fent to work b the Mines of Mexico and Peru.   The People iatercfted i,l f'nmjw.-fru laying Iw. alT.rt^ ,ny t^Mrn^; taM the fleets from America, fhould, for the future, icfort as trfual to the Port of Cadiz, and that (fic Treafnre la'dy bioaght Ihall be delivered, on paying the ofual Indu'.ro, tare "been fo well pleated therewith, that they have gran ted a Free,Gi(t of four hundred thoafand Pieces of Eight, which, it is laid, will be applied to carry into Execution the Convention lately concluded in refpect to toe Enghth South-Sea Company.' L A new Treaty has lately been finned with his Sardinian Majeily. Maflej, Jtttf 29. On the acth reliant rcrurard 10 tSis Citv, 'from a Cruize in the Adriaticjk, two of the King's Half Gallics, in order to cori3uA the King in his PafEaee to the Jfland of Procida, whither he is going to take the Diverlkm of Hunting. The King has caufed nis Pleafure to be notified to the Military pincers in his Service, to wear for the future ho other Cloaths but their Regimtn�ahu-Oa the 271b fome Soldiers of the Royal  Macedonian Regiment deferted from this Port, in a Fifhing-Boar, which' they forceably took froo three FHhermen. whoa they th�Woveiboa/d. A few Dayi ago the.OQcers cf this City, iha Body, had an Audience of the King, and prer feeted a Petition to his Majeily, praying the Recall of die Deputies of the Privileges of the City and Kingdom, wbo, on Account of their Endeavours to pceferve tiulc Privilege?, had been banilhed forty Miles from hence. Florence, Augufi 7. ' By Letters from Parma we are informed, that ' 1 be Country People had abfolotely declared, that they, at the Hazard of their Xirea, would no; fubmit to pay the new Taxes the Farmers of the pabltck Revenues of that Dutchy had laid upon them. Turin, July z6. The Marriage between the Duke of Savoy, cidctl Son of the King of Sardinia, and tLe In fin: a Donna 'Warn Antonietra of J>,ain, b abfctate'y agreed on; and we art iuirher informed, that this Intermarriage is to bcfuccccdcd by a new Treaty of Alliance between ti-t two Courts ttantkftrt, Au^vfl 17. -We'hear from Metz. that the Duke de Bc!K-iilc lately arriv'd there, and Orders have bren given vr cou-.plering all the fotign Reg*mcn:$ in the Fran It Service without Delay. Paris, Augnjl jj. A Report emtinaes, tha: the Toiks have auack'd the Iftand of Maica, and t^t the Gracd Mailer hituleU ocuiion'd this Attack; lor on the tift Difcovery of the Pio:, and of their D.ti^n ta jpki bun  Vint, he prepar'd every Thing for their Rece�:tou. and On the Day the Confpirney wan t*� have beel executed, he caus'J the Turkiih Fla^ to be h'jiftcd ia (t>? Ocsdcl. Brufels, Augnjjl ji. Private JbrttCfs^feira Dunkirk ad-vife, that the King had nudc^hir* t^$9e a free fXjru Hague, AugujT'ift. * The States of HoiUiui at.d Wcft-Priczeland, who continue their Affembh. Lave coafared on the Prince of Orange tLe fole Right of huntiog in the Dillrid of Gooyland, in the Province of HoJir.d, upon the fame Footing as it was enjoyed by the P.-intcs of Orange his Predcccffors. lldfke, Auguji ij.   The Count de Ben:iick u fet out for Vienna, iu order to execute a Lomenta:>n of the lad Importance.   An tall India Ship is late", a-riv'd �t Mid dlcbouig, which, 'iu laid, hat brought til New;. N On Friday laft a Gentleman famous'for his Concerns inCorfica, was uken^nto Cuftody bv' mt?Jf^tt, for a trifling Debt of 1501, in whofeHoufe fte ftitrcontinues Laft Friday Sir John Ligonier gave an elegant Entertainment to his Excellency the Marquis de (vlirepui*. and fcveral Perfons of Quslity, at his Seat in Surry. On Thurfday Night the Lady of the Lord Vifcoant Vane, was bronght 10 Bed of a bon. tvho died foon after, at his LorduSip's Houfc in Stafford-Street. The Corps of the Right Hon. the Lord Coleranr, who died a few Days fine* at Bath, is brought from thence to his LordOripVHokife at Tottenham, in order to be intcrr'd on Wedneiday next at that Place. On Friday Morning a Duel was fought in Hyde-Park, between a young Gentleman of Fortuncand DillincUon and an Officer; the former was dan�eroufly wounded in feveral Places in the Body, fo that it's fear'd he cannot recover. The Centaur Man of War, which it arrived at Sptthead from the Weft-Indies, brings Advice of the Death of Jonathan Dondaf*. Kfq; tn eminent Merchant at Antigua, on the 14th of April fall. This Week the Entertainment of the Spring Gardens, Vaox-Hall. will end for this Seaibn. Tomorrow'will be iho laft publiik Breakfafting at Marybon-Gardens for this Seafon. ' Laft Saturday Morning feveral VeHcls bound for Scot* land, for. the Scotch FiOieries, fell down the Rivef to proceed on their Voyage {hither. On Friday Afternoon a Fire broke out ait the Houfc of George Gouldin, in Shad-Thamei, near Dock-Head, South-wark; which confumed the HgulKold Furniture of that and the Houfc adjoining, and burnt a Woman, and a Child of George Gouldm'a to Death, but it was cxtingudh'd with-out farther Damage.- o L O D O N. Whitehall, Au&xjl ig. The K ng has been pleafcd to appoint Sir Jobu .vlordaunt 10 be Colonel of ir.c Rcgirsriii pf Horfr, laic under the Command of Si; joac Li^ouici. in Ireland. James CholmQndclcy, Eigi Major Genetal of Lis Mi-jcliy't. Force*, to he Colonel of the Rrgtrac t cf Uagooat, late 6ir Jolin Mordauni';, in lre'and Henry L'omvay, Efq; to be Colonel of tiic Reticent oJ Foot, late Major licncral Lholinondcley's. The Ri^hi Honourable Lord Vifcoant remington, to be Colonel of the Regiment of Foot, late Co'- Cucu  in IrcLind. The Right Honourable James Lord Tjratativ. 13 Colonel ot the Regiment of Dugoocs. Uic L:.-.er.*c. General Archibald HamUion'-, deccaied, in And Kdwatd Pole, Efq. 10 be v_olocci ot wc Kr^^a-cnt of Foot, laic Lord T>rawley s, in Lrelaod. Laft Saturday Morning foot* Rogues attempted to break into a Hoofe adjoining to the Wheatflfcaf Bikehoul'c, Al-derfgatc^Street t bot Wing difcovcred, one of them was taken and carried to the Compter. Pcibrj-Gmfffr, Aunfl a 1. We the poor Prifonera on the Common Side, with all Humility and moft dutiful Acknow-ledgmenta, return oar "Thanks for Half a Guinea left by a Lady unknown, matted j.S. and alio for Eight Shillings from another Lady unknown, mark'd L; both which were left with,. Our Keeper, which, as intended, for tho Relief of the Siik, .will be applied for their (Jfe only, for whofe Sake* we befeech the Companion of the Publkk. Tie Five Guineas f�om a pious Benefaflor lately advcriii'd, paght to hive been mcntion'd mark'd T. T. Salilhury, Auguft 18, 1740. fht Man in tb* M O on,   to tbt Himuinmmt t>) tht Sphno-Gahbikk, t. Sweeteft Spot, which my bright Eye In itijceteftial Routjd fury�y>| Toe various Bcamie* I ilcfcry Are Themes for everlalling Praifc.. % a. j Facetious Camtu, t'other bay, 1 Struck:with its Fame, ftole. fly, to Earth 1 And in iu Shades refolvet to (fay, ~   joys to promote, and focal Mirth. .-   � 3' In vain the Foplingar ^[the Skies, Their Concerts' ami wJtV.yfy boaft 1 J'tux'a/l fbll lovelier Scenes fup'plics, And hence is my perpetual Toalt. .   4-- . ;'>-' ,0 for a Tun of the,, rich Wine; ' Wnich can yon happy Mortals * cheeif Then, like the Sun, my Face wou'tf Ihinc, f       Alas I We've no fuch 1.'14001. here. At Caper's Gardens, the Entertainments of Vocal and Inilrumeaul Mufick will becontinu'd this and every. Evening during the Remainder of the Sammer Seafon. Tho fireworks are entirely new, and Ncptunr, by Deftre of Jjriat Numbera ot the Nobiltiy and Gentry, will this and Tomorrow Evening proceed in his triumphal Chariot, drawn by Sea Horfcs, from the Grotto, and fet Fire to an Architncdan Screw. Ai u* Nsw Wells in Goodman's Fields, this Evening, will be feveral new Performances by M mf. Tartfey ar.d Mr. Hcndrick, and feveral new Dances by Mr. Joe Gra-a-er, Mifa Grazier. Mr- Mile�, Mrs. M>ler, ind others. Mr. Rooker and Mifs Agnetta will fing feVcral^new Songs. Tuxbiing, by Mr. Hcnd'ick, Mr. Tartfey, Mr. J�n�o, Mr. Miles, aad others. To which will be added, Whit fun Hobdays, -or Harlequin at Greenwich. The whole to conclude with the Triumphs �f Peace. Each Pcrfon to be admitted for a Pint of Wine or Punch. At Sadler's Wells, lllington, this Evening will be prefented an Entertainment not perform'd there thefe twenty Years, call d the Harlot's Progrefs. The whole to conclude with a grand Reprefentation of Rtnelagh-Gardens in the Manner they were decorated at the Jubilee Ball. To begin at Five o Clock Each Peifon to be admitted for a 1'iui of Wiiie or Punch This Day wi'l be play'd in the Artillery-Ground, a ferond Cricket Match between Long R bin, George Smith. William Anderfon, Robinf n, and two Gentlemen ; againll l-'aulkener, Jo Hitches, Thomas Southain, Gcorze C artcr, and two Gcnilemen, for Fifty Guineas. The above Parties play'd laft Friday, and Faulkcncr's Side won � It was elk-t-m'd a* good a Match a* any this ocafon. 1 o begin Piay by One o'Clock, ar.d the Match to lie play'd out. High Water at London-Bridge tliii ii/y at 49 Mmuto tf:cr 4 10 th,e Morning, and 9 after t i 1 the Altcmoon. Saturday Bank Stock was 139 Jn.lia Stock, no I'ricc South*Sr* Stock, no Puce. Ditto Old Annuities, no Pttce l>:;to New 106 1 4th a 1 8;h. Bank Aiir.uinci 17.1^'. iOj lfc;u) 1747* 106.   Ditto Louery s 747, no Puce  Uauk Annuities 174!*, icl!�    Ditto 1 40, 106.   Three rerc� Annuities too 1 8th a' 1 4th     i- .     B�n\, bo P. Equivalent, po . rtc jal Mfu-a wr, po Price,   t. �-don Ai)\tr:incc, no Pike.-   K'.y.l'"'h'*o* p   jl per Cent   Kutperor** Loaii.'ii.i PiLc    1 iv^ dttto, 110 Price.   Bank C'ttcu-.�t on $T. > a�  ?>j     InOsa Bonds at.  <)�. a 3I i�. a jl.    l'h�ce per � �  , Kv Orders, no I'ricc. Jl     A�f tf F.*�ia*d t-ih/iv^ riiyrV^iiy-frA-%.aai btr.fy giw Nttitt, that tbt feudCvifikf  an rtVt|/f l)ay cfWlirtb, 1750^ fay and Sftbar^t tdl B^t^UMmy and luttreji that /ball it then dut on tbt      Cftftt^t Bfsedt. Andthry d�fttrtbtr give Kothe, tktt tb^CiK^l^t'f'rn^Kr , will rtttive Ttttdtri for hutting tbt Otofcny$*iim^tf$fjm& uffti tbtir Bonds, at tbt R,itt tf Tbrtt Pevm.it Gst&w ptr Anwit% at they /ball bavtOctafitn ftr; a*J th&i* tKriving /neb TtmhriPrtftteua will btgbvrtt ta tbt frefkt BtrnJ-mULrs, froq ��- 4 R A NELAGH-ilOUS K WILL be ppenM tKis Dav, being t?c sift infant. The ufual Entrruinmrnt w�U 6*e c-,:�ie�4 e��rv Evening till furthct Notice. Thr MvirxJc bt% m at Six o"CWil Buch Petlott to pay One Shilling AJm^tanc*._ "� This   is   to  give   Nome, THAT the A S S E M B LY at the WhHe , H�t �t Burnley �'� Ktnt, w-i!J fce thii D*y; K-inj (he It* ct* this Subfcrtotirai '        '    . npHB Agerjts'to the Captors for the5|AUiilh Cominodoie Cptct, -!-- "-:-'�>--'-'��-�-�-...... rv�..i_.r_ uf tbf E^'rft* in Hi tt.frifiettii 1>> that Time Notktf,' thit thr-v tlutl iiJ�ci!U* * Di3�sSeii�a� ntict Mont b, it thtWhutc tCctaittuic�a uamst N VI/^-lEKEAS manyGoutlsacuitnc-^MtUwly VV of Pcrl'oru v�bo io not knaw the Owwtn, aaAwas SoWTinw that have lull Good* i<* not know wheie thfi Art, M the fW&aB m uhufc Cullixiy tlicy art 1 'I h,� U to iniWiti ihe Safrcitr* �t itwItSw Fue, at or near Bittle^BiMgr, SoiithwjiJc, that a W,^�utb>ra*V,�iMav . for alt iW�o* to iring 'what Giiciia il�y ha�o in thai K'iW&^ wl ail Sw/iyfcr* may ci�n� am* rcccira tttm. Note^AU I'crfoni brlagine in Cootli fliall have a RcKift, MaS-CliuaMptf *4� capeiled tw giv� unot|a the r Ufciftg trunt t*iy. tibtttf and 'itii-*t�rm. 7# tbt Irujliet �/' tbt/futrdl fumfiiti im Sutty ttmd'S*�lx. Gbntlemrn, YOUK   Votes and   Intercft  a'e  humbljr deiir <1 fur /     . )  O  SB  P''H "PARREL nL� Ta'fiKcat4 Mr. Afloa,'   Tuit CVikcKt at -Sr i> �*] font Pecitiuner havlug a nttmaroui r-'aowiy, bal by |irjt tt'f,i     fui-; it ftnJ�r'il Incjpible �* eaauattinlng titc faiuc, iLxurteit bcS        ij&tlf Adillauec. % A General Meeting of theTruft fi ajipoietrj to tc haU ih* Cttj. Jioiuid Inn in Croydon on Saturday neat, tlx ztlh m!L,x:, *t Tt� u'L'lock in the Forenoon.____ At  the Dt/tre of a Lady pf }'*jaljjm For the Bentfit of Mr. PHI LI 1'5\ AT the Theatre"at Twickenham, Tortiorrow^ the ltd mftarit, will be peityilli'it 4 i'tjv, tt> ^r lu-m Umct t, . . '4*. L;.^. A.t II.  The i:r.aiui> ul U-r�I> t'c^f.. It        W .4 At\ IV.   A Duet,   by   Mr.   W |.?4.r   ^--1   Mis. Mitbtwt. Act V.   A new itjnj i.-f Mr A.ue'%  iit MU \\ ^.tJc. To ub.th �ill be j tH'.i,   Hf j-rh-?-> , Cf.%�� (Ihc t>Lm lUUrj  Mr. I'M pa. By (.amtbljr lAJ.rc Mr. hKuJer �'! fniiituiuii.'."   .�t m-tS TIT   lor    I A Ii   or,   Jbt Smmjt;..' '* � 'J 4t-- - -0/ h,, aicw CHOt t>l vi i: Ai it was perturu. u Lit Ujlun with u.,    Ui v^;,:____a: ^   f.   Of   the 1' IT   Mul bt 111 IJ t!.J li� it ir. will be .llun J to kr<|. I'i*.c. , aa.i, . fit ic.i Mc.i il. -.i-^^i tit lie 11  d 1<| attend t; t -r     C'l-tfc N
                            

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