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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 22, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The  Daily Adverti TUESDAY,   AwoosT 22,   17 40- Queen :: ou� VI .lie Day. D.-.v,   Jttgni 20 RRI V D. the Strcatham. Pclham. from Iiniia. No Shipi in the Down*.   Wind N E. YeflcrJ.;y arrived a Mail from Hon an u a- d one from I r.i vce M.jlxv, July ti. The Continual Rain-: and Storms of Hail which have happened in thefe Parrs, have done lo great Damage to the Fruits of �he F.arth. that, in all Appe rancr, the Harvest will not be very plentiful : Wc have alto a great Number of tick People. Ujlan, July 2S. The King has lately onta'uM a tor.fi-derable Ad want Age of the King of Spam, in favour of the tradi g Subject* ol this Kingdom. His Catholii k Majcfty allows them to fend a Rcgiltcr Ship cscty Year to La \ eta Cruz with all forts of European G'wJs, and contents alfo, that this Ship at its Return from America, ibftil enter di-nftly into the Ports of Port tg.il, without being obliged to Couch at any.,01 i.iolo of Spain. 'Malta*. 'Ju.'y 21. 1 I'is Morning four more of the chief Copfpirators coivccrn'd in the late Plot, were executed ac-. cording to their Sentcr.cc.  They were carried through the principal Street* of'the Town, where, they uere pinched with icd-l.ot Pincers and had boiling Pijch poured into the Woumls, they were afterwards ltiangleJ. and their Bodies burnt 'J wo of thefe unhappy SwHirers embraced the Chmlian Religion before they died. ^ro�� .i:icns are carryingon'aga:nTTlhe rTiFoTthc Criminal-. Fv.r, thing 1�0W is perfectly quiet here, ar.d in order to prevent ar>y future Difturbances, the Regency has taken a-.v^y the Privileges which the Turkifh Slaves ufed to cnj-iy. and they ire no longer allowed to appear in the Streets a'tended by their Guards. All thofc wlio were employ'd at the Palace have been difmifl'cd : The Knights have alto dil' i�*.* tnem to be taken up, and pcrlon&ily waited up n the Amb.if-iador to afk Pardon for the Intuit whth had been committed. His .Excellency received mo Prince with ..'1 the Politencfs imaginable, and ddiuu uie b  injjjbi be rcleaftd. A few Day ago it was decL-ri-d at Court thatti was with Child.   Notwithflanuiug toe Namber ot that have been takui up la:e'y t�r bad Defi^ns aB Government, nineteen more were fecurc-d the 0'h> ail at the fame time. Rome, Auguf. n. In or.lcr to deliver the Spari.r.i tt^at re fettled here rrom the L'lury-or our Backers. t�e Court of Madrid has rclulved t  ie:'!c a Spantfh Banl.ir here, who fhall pay all lM!s of Exc:a m of Goods here ; but this Trade is very inconvenient, and lays a g'Cat. Rellraint upon our Merchants.   The lall Fetter* from Cor fica advifr, that Affairs there grow worfe and svorfe, and that the Malt contents arc determined, at all Events,  to feiae upon fome of the P!.-cr. . q tte fice from them ilenoa, A'iruji 8     Luring thefe ihtee Wet ks pail, a very Steal Number ot Sl.ij > of al' Na ions have srnv'J at this ort, and paitn.u'.ir'y FngMh Ships. The 1 raJe witii Great Brnj-n r.vi\cs elaily, t. the Advantage of bo:h Nations, Genoa ! ring the chiel of all the Ports of hal/ lor he C'onfumption of Fn^lifh Ceinmoditics. Rattji.n, Auruji i\. I:, the Month of Deceirbcr lall, memluii was nude in the puulick Papers of a Proteilation which the Elector of Bivaria caut'd to be reniiitrd to Aix hi C'haf-ellr, to prefrrvc hi's Rights and Pietcfifion> to the Du'chy c;t MiranJala, and the Marqailate of Con cordia, ag.tin.t the Dtfpoii ions of the fftii Ar;icle of the Prrliminjries o* the Peace. arH of the i 30 o' th� Defi mtive Treary fign'd in October la\. I lis. Klcctoral High-�tfs, in r.ijet to neglect nothirg that may llrengthen hu Rights, has alfj jult communicated this I'rjtrl!jtion to the Diet, decLting again, that ivc y rttervts to himfcif ti.e Liberty of prulecutiiig and nidi raining hi� Prcr-.fions by all fuch Methods as he cm Irgj'.ly make jfe i>f. and that he will alfo t Da *id\ i-. amv'd m the Downs, hut lio.n S   il.-koa, where Jhey left ihc Oxford, Colchefter, and Exeter, waxu are for n expecled home. This Morning the Rit'ht Hon the F.irl of (Jodo'p^iin Wtj oat lor hu oeat at Hag.na^og-liil!* 10 Caajbndge Ulirc. Lall Sunday Afternoon a Son of Mr HdwcM. at Dept-ford being m a Skit-, near the Red Houfj at Dvjt/ord, ��i Jtiio the River, and was iiow^d. On Sunday Morning laft William riolm�? w� r\ A.-,s--f       L�!l Wetk the Right Hon the Lord Chief Bsron Idle *�' married to Mrs B.nbguj} 21. Wc the poor Prifonerj on me coimnon Side, many in Number, and daily i .i icafing, return our humble Thanks to Mr. William K in. Butcher, near Smithfreld Bars, for his cxteniivc Hounty of twenty Stone of Beef and Mutton received Yclterday; which was divided Share and Share alike, to the great Rerrefhment of all in gencltl. There has not been lo great a Bcm.volence bellowed to this unhappy Place o. Confinement thefe five Months ; an4 we humbly btg to obferve, that this Compter not being expos"d to pubf cH View a* the Poultry is, leidom receive any Charity j which renders the major Part of them wanting Support to Nature, At Sadler's Wells, Iflington, this Evening will be rrefented an RtMem.nment not pcrform'd there thefe twenty Years, calPd the Harlot's Progrefi. The whole to conclude with a grand Representation of Rinclagh-Gardcns in the Manner they were decorated at the Jubilee Ball. To begin at F"ive o'Clock Each Petfon to be admitted for a Pint of Wtuc or Pur.ch. At the N:w Wells in Goodman's Fields, this Evening, will be federal new Performance* by M tif. Tartfcy and Mr. Hcndrick, and fcveral new Dances by Mr. joe Grander, Mils Gra.iei, Mr. Miles, Mts Miles, and others. Mr Rooker and Mils Agnetta will line ieveral new Songs. Tur.-bbng, by Mr. Hendrick, Mr. Tartfcy, Mr Undo, Mr. Miles, and others To which will be added, Whitfun Hold'js or Harlequin at Greenwich. ''t|he who'e to ennclude hud the Tiiumpbi if Peace Each Pcrfon to be admitted for a Pint of Wine or Punch Great Variety of all Kinds of ufeful and ornametal ficond hand Platcand Watches, at Prices extremely low ; alfo much Choice of large and fmall new Plate, chafed and plain, finilhed by the belt Workmen, and in the moll elegant Talte, for Exportation or otherwife, continue to be fold at Mr. Stafford Biiicoe's old Shop, the Corner of Friday Street, Cheapfide, the Golden Ball only, who gives as ufual the moll Money for Quantities of old Plate, Watches, and Jewel;, jiiJ lor fuch as are pawned. Mrs. Guiton, well known (01 her Ability in the Cure of Hernias or Ruptures, and the only one of her Sex adm tied Member of the College of Surgeons at Pa-is, for thofc Dilcutcs, having been call'd to England a fecond Time, thinks it neceffary, on account of her uncertain Stay in this Kingdom, to inform the I'ubhck of her Arrival in this Metropolis, that fuch of her Sex who Hand in Need af her Skill may know where to apply for Succour, and depend upon being reliev'd. Her Bandages are much lighter, more convenient, and (afcr than any yet exhibited. She has alfo lately invented one proper for aiiilting Ladies in their Pregnancy, and preventing Mifcarriagei She was Pupil to Mr Arnatid. Author of the Frca.lfe on Hernias or Rup-tuies, pub 11b d by A. Millar. She lives at No. 2 Martlet-Court, Bow Street, Covcnt-Garden. For the Publick Sood, and in Gratitude to Dr Smyth, I declare, that for fcveral Years I wasafhVted wih a violent Rupture, ufed all kinds of TrufTcs and every other Method I could hc*r of. to no manner of Purp"fe, till happily recommended to the Dodor, who, by aCouitc of Bdtidages p.cuiur to himlelf, and other outward Applications, made a perhYl Cure of me in a Month's I ime, without Pain or Cjohnenient ; which 1 will certify, at the Facifc Oil.ce �a tt.c Old Jc�>ry, Cheapfide, where I ha>c been for Years, and lh!l am an Kxamincr. |ohn Revet 1 tic Doctor, for the Conveiiienty of his City Pa-icnts, gives Atten.i.tnce at his Chambers at Mrs Acott's, a Milliner, in Finch-Lane, near the Royil F.xihange. tvc�y FucMay ami Fridav, (rum Nine in the Morning till Two, and evrty o:lcr D iy at hu Houie in io ithamptun Srret, Covent (�a;cleii, where the Poor of both Sexti arc cmed without F.apince. High Water at London-Bridge thia l)*y ut 3,- Minutca afar 5 m the Moiomg, and 49 alttr 5 in the Afternoon. YeAcrday BarfV Stoik w�� 13ft j at'ii a 1 ;>j. Itidii Stock, no trice sot.th Sen ?stoik, 1  t:'0 1 *cf^ I>mo Lottery 174?, no Piicp. Hani: An.ncit'ea 1 ^4S, i�-f� Duo 1; ay, iclV "I'bree per Cti.t Ar.��r.ie? 100 1 8th Mellon Bank, no Puce. Equnatcnt, r.o I'me. R�i)�l Af-furance, no Price London AH'uranve. no Free Engl th Copper, tio Price Seven pc cent Kmpttui * Loan. nf� Price Fn e irr Cent ditto, jl. 9*. bank Ciicuatton. no Price Ind a Bo�Js 3L a \\ is. a t\ Cent. E*. hrquer Orxlers no Pnec.  9 t.ni,   split (iiil,  Inny*. fix %Tbis    J1 n i m.rt  �ru m         \nih i.^ ftti fttb Oil .�' AV�� 7,/b*MV) �/ 1" (-� li'$ Sacm1 iKrtorv of thr HOLY fUBLfc, rrorn the Cmtlxnaf �S� \v,,M. t'a ih� LH*l.!ithtn�iw ot CHitfliantty by fV.SVJS CHRIIV �n4 >> Aif'OSTI-R.I, Ae.  With Anf\�ti'i io  m�rt mi ib� coniuw 1 "Si  w   �-�-��  aaa^ir.    K*a\. Qi�*h'M|\* ui> v�tttt a. Pttniiy �,iir-------------.....-----J--' St.'i klinn't'i MiOmy. bi nnd up with a S�C of thttt nrv* PiiMt aa , 1 \o|. Kwli...   I'iup il,  141. fid. 4 A lnr<* Kami y BiMr, tvith a S�* vl thtli'btf) PiiiKiartJ Map! ivtt' tinifrd.   Pine th is. -  --,    " With  hi*   M.ij^<�,'� Vftfoee. I'tin�rd rn[-tiit tbirtoJ\ amitme frtfartdfir that PtirpH'- ; unhft r-V Stent fo fiirchafedjb<\ll hi paid"far and t.iii*  itrr ta /� .'ijlilTJ irf:i Brandt or r.i.-.df into ( ii.-gar, i..tvii ti 'tt t\Jjirij (b y are delivered; and alfe jevtrai Ctjti uf If "in.; ntu'>itb m r ta A" fold for the Putiei. b.rvirtg birti i-l tiu IS'iirtlsiuft >i\rt tban fx fihntbt 1 /ifani iff /'*'*) Higfitadt of lebaen Ajbet. 'Ihix Tobatet'Ajbn to It fit tit tit 'Ttbtiaa-C.tntar the ff'tt-Doci at Dtptfetd; ajui tit ft'inti to If fun a'.d tujUd at tbf Cujlom-llottfe (iri'Uri, Xjix'f Kty and Frfth h i\irf\ an Mond.iy tbr ihtb and Tutfd.y iqtb irrfh'tt, fr.m f. flf to Tlvrlzit in the Fere'.'^t, aid f om 'T/iree ti Fir njj*- Afttr-ncant, atid /� tlv .Morning /if ere the Sal*, :ibt-re (*ai.Jvgmti tp.i--y if Mtrib.mti  of   England t-.lt.vq lo  tbt   /..tjl-ln.U, ,  .it her by grve  Sotiie,   t'nal the f.rd Cjmf,n\ rn'J.  cn       \ it Day 'if March,   175 >, /""V and dil'thafg:   all I'ri't, i*iu tLt.y and lilt rift that fb.ill/; tb.n due o'l lit tuid fr 1 flm.lt. And I'iry dj furlktr gi-it i'.t'.u; that (be C�ni,\>�fi lii.ij.irer ii-/.'/ in. 1 ,e '11 nd, 11 Jui l.ndi'iK the Company lain Sunu of Stent* uf^u th.ii limidi, at ti-e Kile of l �:' ' Jc.fiOB fjr ; and tint in rttilting /utb 1 fiid.it Prtfetrnie t. i.'l '-e given ta the pm, 'it /'. id-HJUt�, pro'iided the .Sun.I nff.-ed bj t ci.n d) n^t t.iieid i ajn.ill I* Ihffan-i't, and lb.,I I ir I. en. be tendered on s' / t>e lb: ) lit /)�> at O.I"l>tr is*I , and the i'.u..,! rf e./oi 1 do i.'trii-y further di.laie, t'Jat t'i.ey -v.il/ ml .t-im :f e:-.y Pi-id'/l Itbtf ".ul thai!) ijchih'ing b'e'd i/f tU f,.i I C -.fui^, and ccrfi ill jf ti l,.rv{ tie fume m.i.it'd U be (oalinu d 11: t'-e fit'St ?/ ih'tt I'-.uidt p.r Centi, iv e, 1 !ii,U-n, fen ti.t }ifl (�/ M-i'.h, t~t; and p..,.dl, .it lit .Wrt.'Aj .\-.Hie "iif. MfiiitieTh  ot  tin-   ."MK.Kty c t iM ihc TH.ll and  FA5Y. rnr"  1 at 1 ? e K,.-.fc .  Atmt I .� in .a) f-\ .V-t'�l.tv;  V JtJ,    \V, Itlll i. 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