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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 26, 1749, London, Middlesex                                i* fan The  Daily Advertifer. SATURDAY.  Aw oust 26, |RRIV'1>, the True Briton, from In^U. and fi I'd for the River. The i our Si;'crs. Cole, For Mar-fniles ; the W.uy, IVa-rce, for F.xon j and a Snow for Barcelona, rrmait. Arnv'J. tlic Houtlon, Pou,J.v, the Soph-a, i'ebjfce, both imm St. K;t's j and i-lte Friends Adventure, Hayes, from Jamaica. WuiJ S. by E. Jn Zxtrafl cfa hitter from the Haoub, dated Aupijf ao, * TheMmds Of Fc^.c at Amficrdam, Harlem, and in the * Other Cities of the Province of Hollands arc greatly f quieted in Relation to the Payment of the Tax for fup--* plying the Place of the Farms, which they arc to pay * during a Year and a half. The Magillrates have made certain Regulations for the Eafe of their Inhabitants, and .* have fixed an Advertifcmcnt, which permits every Body '* to bring-their Complaints before the CotntniiTarie* chofen * Wt *)f the Council of every City, to hear and decide them i which they wilt be able to do the more easily at * AutjUrJam* * the Product of the Tax, fo a� it has been 4 regulated, will produce one Third more than thit City iirf thej wer* decorated at thi Jubilee Ball. To begin at Fire o'Ctock. Each Perfon to be admitted for a Pint of Wine or IVnth At the Nrf* Well* in GetjdolanV Fields, this Evening, will be fercral new Performances by Menf. Tartfey and Mr. Hencrkfc, and fereraj sew Dances by Mr Joe Gra nier, Mtfs Granier. Mr. Mi'et, Mrs. Mil�f, an*i othc�a. tult Rooker and Mifs Agaetu will fin* fevcfal new Songs. Tumbling, by Mr. Hcndrkk, Mr. Tartfey, Mr Janno. Mr. Miles, and other*. To which will be added, Whitfun Holidays, or Harlequin at Greenwich. The whole to conclude with the Triumph* of Peace. Bach Per (on to be admitted tor a Pint of Wine or Punch. Mrs. Guiton, weli know* for her Ability in the Cure of Hernia* or Raptures, aad ftte only one of her Sex admitted Member of the College Of S>rgt�m at Parrs, for thole Difeafes, having been call'd to England a fecond Time, thinks it neceiTajy, on account of her uncertain Stay In this Kingdom, to inform the Jpublick cf her Arrival th this Metropolis, dull fueh of her Sex who (land in Need of her Skill may know where to apply for Succour, and depend upon being relievV). Her Bandages are avxh lighter.-more convenient, and fafer than any yet exhibited, She h 5 alfc lately invented one proper for shifting Indies in their Preg-;u�sca, win piouuvc �uc t��� mw. uiwi "*^jjj|iat. iwl preve^JB^^h^afrnqpr^Slie varr.irt.l to  oujjht^wfurmihj^^ Author 6* the Trea.ifeoa ILrouts or Rip tares, pubiidi'd l>/ A. Millar. She live* ai No. a. Matt.el-Court, Bow-Street, C'ovcnt-Garden. High Water at Loaioo-Brt.'gr this Day at 47 Mmutej after 9 so the .Mo-s-ag, and ao after ion; Night.      ' Yefterday Back Stock was 139-1 4 h a 14.1.1. India Stock, tfy 3 4ths. loofh-Sra Stock, no Prkc Ditto Old Annuities, 108 1 frb a �o8. Dit'o New 1*638 hs. Bank Aanumu 1 r+b. 104, 3 alb*. Ditto 17+7. 105 3 4th* a 106. Di no Lottery -747. 104 I 4(ks. Bank Annuities 1748. 10; j 4th5 a 106. Ditto 1740. tec. j 4th* a 106. Three j.er Cent. Annuities 100 i Sih. Million B*nk, no Price. Easiva'ent. no !*rice. Royal Affurar.ee, |io Pr.ec. London- Aflarance. 00 Price. Engl.Qi Coppei, no Price Se�cn per Cent. Emperor's Loan, no Price Five per Cent, dine, no Price. Eank Circulation,-no Price. India Bo-d* *1 ' .9*. a 8s. Three 1 hall Salt 174$, 1 os. Pile . Thrtencr Cent. Exchequer\)idcr!i. np fric�. This   Day  art fubltjiSd^ EDMUN.:I HAULf.fl,. ASTRONOMI duro �.*e�t REC.Il, TABULA ASTRONOMIC.*?.. I*-*&01.  ap**! Cut. Jaaya. _ ^ Tins     D.tf     7s     puU'Jb'd, Tkt  Fouh  Number. *f � E  New  Critical,   BiogMphidl,   and OrJS-noV-.l HISTORV � SCO! LA NO. T>i�, with the forr^tr Numbers, �� �i-o (mill t �f� ot-m, not in other Hiftoiin, coutenung lite Soct-iu � nu� r* i>*4 Irgo tl�e Author, by ?F'r>DC lJ Kubat !M)cf, mi has l'�..afi-�.�, flat  I4co Back iq Kloei-Sircct. The loir Platcit; of thi Wuk bffn; *-ft>4 in �h* Author, no Number*, Htadt, or Msjn, �>r tt> \*r (uto >n J-t*�r*4, but fuch as *n cithtr deliw'o or orfn'a by the Aui. or Bookfrlirrs, Nc��-C�iins.  'y*d by �h� Author, Icannx their D�c�liu�s �od Oidns at tbc Oo.deo Buck iu Flcci-Strcet, aadinnootbei W�y. As thu Buoh, Hesis, and M p>, ne all ent-i'd in Sutioners-MsU, anJ otttar lrgU Mrttiodi ukcai to i- coir thcf'ropeity, �boesrr veodl or pirate* any Hut ot the W^.k, Quit pmteoitni wab ihe utnioft Rigour ot Ls*, to cSttk fach l.-w aad antiii Waiikes. The Head ol Rvbm fence beinj j-unituai j prn��'J wi h th- fiift Nunbo, was dclivtr'.!; bus as ir �a> oat to (mjlrtt, Mi. Bmtsid tt�i now fioift'd it, and h r�s the Hush o he nl' t^rT Iroti the Hat will rnrrt with the Appri^*tt.-n uf lie 1'ttl.iJt ; and t.e uCc his Lrnica-rours to nuke the other Heaas *a:��i-bit. ~~i produced from this provisional Tax is raifed in that City * with much Succefs : yet a great Number of Inhabitants, * Mho are difabled by Poverty from following the good ' Example of others, are inccffantly murmuring and crying out alter a milder Itxpedient than that which iflued from * the Council j that is. in fliort, to be admitted to make f Reprefentations, they being, as the Matter now (lauds "*'Obliged ro pay^bsferc-liand two Thirds of the Tax that 1*1 itimpofed upon thiai, which a great Number n uta-riy /unable ip pay. f.Qar moll profound Politicians look upon the ptetended * Enterprize againft the City of silgiers a�a mere Chimera.| * It is utterly impjllible, they fay, to take that Place- by * Sea. It may indeed be taken by Land ; but there jprfGlt I* fef provided for that Undertaking, a� Artny of at lead * *s or J3roo Men, and a good Fleet in order to l/iippott Til,; And!provide p \Vlth, all Nccefia.riet', in a Country * where nothing Js to be had. BglicKa, i: is not, certain, � that tht� Enterprize, fuppufing h was tcal)yMthought on ' ioearneft, would not meet with OppofuioiiA> from fomc * Chriftun Powers, and if lo it muft undoubtedly drop.' L     O      N    -D    .O     N "The Univcrfity of Aberdeen have lately conferr'd the Place of that \L$JV.W�fen^edat Scarborough, Thomas Lifter, of Baw-;trey,,       in the County of York, one of hi. M-ijelly's juiticcs Of the Peace tot the faid County, and for Not-tinabamlhire. ' YclVcrday died, aged 70, of the Gout in his Stomach, Mr. John Reynolds, an e��inci>t and wealthy Notary Publics, agaturt the Pay-Office in Broad-Street. = ,0n Thjurlday died Mp* Kemp, Partner wuh Mr, Theo-tore Martens, an eminent Merchant in Lime-Street. ycftcrday died at Hackney, Mrs. Fryer, who for many Tears kept the Tclcl'cope Shop under LeadcnhaU, near "On sniurfday laft Mr. Gurdelftone Rolfe, Painter, in Cannon-Street, was married at Alhallows Church in Lombard-Street to Mils Charlotta Lumley, Daaghter to .the.late John Lumley, Efq; of the Poft-Office. �'.Yefterday two Brothers, by the Name of C'brdofa, were .(iken at a Houfe in Gravel-Lane, and committed to the Pbultr)-Compter by Alderman Gafcoync, on a flrong Suijtkion of being concerned in robbing the Alderman 1 Rtftner of his Wawh, &c. fomc time fince. Lalk TnurTday in the Afternoon, as three Gentlemen and top Ladies were Handing at the JHofpiiu) Gate to look at thet.Pair, a,well-dre(Vd Man came up, crying out he had l^cn tobb'd', and immediately rau'd a pretended Quart. I flih a Perlon.fcr futteiiag ihe Thiel' to tfcape. In t�ie ray fomc Villaim made (hift to**pick a Gentk-mw'j Pocket of a Silver Watch, and to cut j*wiy the IV. k  a green I'urk- *i i> n> .-Guineas and fomc Silyra, One ofr tliem was*iinmediate 1^ taken, but upon a Wh/ftle given, a Pofft ol ilie.n. to tfic -Ntimber> of twenty, or mora, came up, refcued tho I'n fcner, knock'd'down Uvcral Pcrfons, and went olF with Hu^aa's in Trjump'., tbc Ptifun who pietendcd 10 be* roob-'d going off at their Head. Yc(teid ifnit 'Ta^torrqw ; that in the Morning at Si Nid.oVn oy'ihe Men. iflt, Waiun, R^cior 0/ Ch&rltan, una Out m t.-e [AftcrnpOn at Si, Paul t>y ths Rev tWr. A-idk-y, I hja^daui *a$hc Lbndou iiofpttal. Tins ia to aciiiaint ull Gentlcmr- and LaJlcv that tlien ill be u Bull at the Star and Gaiter iu the Strand, or. j Monday next,    l'icket* Three ShllfSn^^ i to admit a     11  ti*BU�. �nd L�dy.   T^ktus to be hid at the Bar oi the '.�>d)Tavern.   Tp begin �t fc.i^hl o'Clo*k. At Hiittw'k Well*, lilington, this Evening wil' be prefented '�n ItotertaniiKnt not per lot in d there thcle twent) Y�raro, ^tail'd the Harlot'* progrcfj    The whole ro conclude win grand Rrprek-q,atton �' R.hclagk Gardens ^n the Mar TH Cet K>1I Iiu'ia HtSt'fe, Aui.ull �8, 1740^ T/IE  Cvtt, �f f)J,^'en tf the  .~d>\t ta th  F/tfl*t*Jift, rit Arr by |/w Neticr. tl*.t lis' f.,.J tl>*v/^�if t-jfcV, ev /A* j, ,Jt B<*y r/Matc?',  i7  M*/ Ji/d'.vxi  ...'/ P>i*4�if.tlhfog amihnrtfl flat Jh^llf� th 1 ,h.    iht'j'M Omfmjt 'tkn\ JMtlvy J.>fuith>>� gH't^\tiu\ tkitf tt\ C�^^V7"A.d(s)f  itvtf nt,:vt $ 1 kJf far IrsJirg the Ctittptiajfuw*rt $'M>*tf �fo* tlnir rBt�dt. fa / v Ruu ef'Tl�w .Pc**dt' /vr C�r*Mi ftr A*mm. ui th./ frail l $tkfa^Mtlti-  Tadert Frt/irmr* /^nv* th^ftvfint Eemi-HMrU pwidtJ tht Sumt ij'ertd (S- tkein d�\|/ ftWYn/ *vb,tt jkttll rV fiSarnt, and tb.:t tbtfcktt Vv U0Bm0rpf fe/Sn tJk \%f U>,r of Oc'?cA-r ��:.vf ; find //v Ci�^^,.�jfeT&�rriVc> f te Lnt th femi tmiitfid f> it ceHtittxtdat.$&JtmJtf.$3b$t Peutdi yrr C*rtim tor'Avtui':, fm th* j \p If fat and fryttle-qt W.r Mcttlt l^fttlt.  J* ^I'RiNaGAKbKNS.- VAUX-H I^HE    llN r l;llT'Al N M Bl1* T    Of    flllft end this C�vt�tH|t. � �      _ . k   � '. ~R�FrN~'irAN,   DULWlCtV. Tllb. Brt-akfeftina .at- this i'iiire will .be i^ntlnucd e\tty MtuiiUy .luring thit Stiticn, till aiWrtifol t� ,U>e tv'nitaiv. act By   De/ire. ; * Q N D WE h U$ , next,  the aSvh hiftait, wf^ F,   M   BS  L   T:' S MRr Pat tat t tor      the      T   E   IL By e�i� hlujrfij^t Rstui Lit 1 fit GRim-'NOUGII's   "I injures. rh� one ot p�t'eAl� <       ihe^ .'Vw^JfJln rhe ('i.mi, iltna aid p rlrti-i the Tf t'l'H, i.n^u, 't.rni A. , bniuiful, (� r�e/i�s iheit ^.-aj#-;, a. d fc-�J�e�jien, .�h > Kuv 0-**ti' in V' :e'> ten, ti Iu ol Di.c%ttu.�, oi�) ic ha4 la trtoci. Pu'ih. �nni*Mlki^ii|'i.|i. � h ;tity tr.i   (*tui -n.ice**^^ :hr W-jr jd tn geisr:*!, t, i*rt<3 a:,^ l\.i.rici Ks.tiCh ~J A Ja I- .S'a I'TTwOcTlor FJ-. VLRS, jrJ ., �1  Ihro hi   Vir Je of hi Mi'-Oi'i l.r'-m h�-n? j wii; (i� h�i > t+ a -n^rt *� ~rJ ii) n x >y [K.vif*4IJ C *tc ^ *aj .  j� 'i-u,- n. j:c Ft'Cf n. ^ ' ^ H.�y*^ tha' t .  .- Vm.i "i  'he hVft�-"i  f � Io �* Oa'.c .1 ^ uci,'i, em ti>rtrt.rhl �(ui?. ll i> iie^iil ^iuv-t �4teeVc�iitra-.iJ> li< iTriflfrrnij I..fti.*.nt*t wis, I'.im.Uc*. ti*,-a.r�, e Hbcjuuiijji: , awl the Loo -�e'- Sf r l� �n  luji^ i ^4�i;t ,n.J i� ^ it i ,i ,   uij a d ilr- rrr-rjfk it p� 'h; 1'n.fieii a C !d ac.^   nJjr j�-e�rn'� ti�c .' ' ��i.t-ft- .r otu i..�t        cvu.ir.ua Dj utUn. n,e Su^i-cc  .! at: 'J.dt�^ Ti" .' l*;*-ti* oofj     J       '��, at �!.* B'.Ve >r.J^luti in Sr. Pj.iI'j Trt rch-Yj L*ly t*i44> 4^nvtutc*'' Td be cntlnu.-J v��ry othri NJoivlajt, as vfyaL iffy" "Of^rr   /       ' Mcfi :fifeHt ? 0 i �/ O/-./,- of BtTCKS,    t //�.'yiii� ihir i�i(Ii S|(l^,i^i�t|tidiBi tu a Share if the fiiJ Moncv, an.l hste nrt ilttadv Lci'il plpJara 'oVfirtd tft take N ulah in Wi-itlog thr Owifcen of lh� I'oyt at tltc fjd Woikhmil"- in M Mi.____ Yhii    n   to   gtve   Nottcet HAT   the STATU TK will be held r v        of Sci-re/r.lier ne��,  at ilie oMeft Dfll at* tic (  �..!, ui MnlilUfo, Ute in U>� Uc  O.Jer uj'the | .ft �. .. >a H>t!> C.jriftjbU, �o Perf n is to have ii I^wlIi lo i.-.I U vi ur jn/ i/tfcf L  jfs whsthn'tcr. I'll--. Cuntf.iMui!, i'or iiir.uTiii >ff lJ.u k.t ii*.�ar� to any fin MijilVi M*rlt <( telt�rt bctwfim DviiiJ.n ar.d fKlly-h .!u J.c.f y f.;*j NVt.;r, lii..t ilicy Iiavo pi ^� J LitJi'f. aftir n.t>ul ' ' D.  SEAMAN,  Ca^i-Aht V.?.- AT the Thcancut rwicn�">h.iin, oo'rueJTJal/ n�xt the a^th uina/ft, will U preUat<.d KING    Hi- NRY     ne    FOURTH. Wi.h the Hunmnu of Sir JOHN  FA1.4TAFF. With CstciuunmanU of am^n,! l-ccwi�o ih� Acts by Mi. WiUaft iin.l Mn. Matthews. Tu ^b.Ui w.ii b� sJJ�d a FAT-Cf, �li'4 M   IS   S      m        her _   i'   E   11   N   S- T LiE,  VE \ I*? S, a r�l' W-\ kN l^R ri Otcat 'Ihratrieat Boulh, cypofite tht Mefpita'.Osir, \V*R-SrSuthttclS (during iha (hoit 'llm* of Daitholomr*-*'i-iJ twill It rt*�'J, he trua aaj anuoil Jijflory of W   11    1    1    T   1 Thiice   Lord   Mayor W,th fcrenl Enttfta'nmcB'i of Si^cin, uc�s *�. 6d.   i'it rs. it.   ryot Ij bef n c4th 0    ai N   G   T   O   N# ol   LONDON sr, I Dancing U;t��an (b* A^l|, s.'lft-y ��     L'|,^et t�aU�/y t>3. i � A |ckm) U^nJ i.|.M,uk is pfouded-, iwnliting ul KeitU-OtuiO;, Tui�.(^ji, t'ici.ch iluiat, U^ifc.j.-u, Mautti..)!, Vi.Im, drc. N,u, Ihe S i, �i�l D�.viai' i4S. �'� cri.it.> at�( and it,- ;ji-il ihc l.n.c. aaJ jperfbiin 4 |P lb� laa.� Maanas >4 �a� doass r�f Aiav I-er .*rfu-sA Vu'� **>.   

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