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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 30, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The D^^-AiMiiM t and tome that are at rsvfcnr uolitaung.   Thti'e three * Articles were intended to have bcrt treated on at Brmjih; * bat the Tcdioufacis that thcte Negocbtions would be * fahjeft to, was apprehended, feeing the MiuiSry of the * Levc-Cattmtfies cannot content to any thing without exact * Orders from Vienna: BcfiJc?, the Mimiby of BntJJ,lt * Bert/rails, upon f\ich Occafiant, of coafultin^ thcCoun- * Cil of Finances and the C&aiibcr of Accouau ; both of which are cosipoicd of Perfons who have been pat Into * thdc Sutions rather throagh Favour than Merit.   Tbefc * Rcafons lavs determined their High digatincncs to be- * gm this Negociation immediately at Fltxsa, from whence, " 'after fomc Preliminaries are agreed upon, it may pof&hly * be brought to have the 'all Hand.' . Mffimui y�.V )  �   Yettendly trie Earl of Hyndfort), his ' Btiranmck KUjrfiy** Miti^er PSenipoieauary 10 this Court, bad an AndksKc of the Emprffc. . Damtxtti, ^%�/!r 33. The ComraiGoners apjxsieted by me King to caaroiac ta:o the Complainst of the Ciazcns agamft the Magtdratcs of this City, continue fining, ard nave 'already, by theCocfcnt of hi* MajtOy. uken uiF ban of the aaticat D-uc�, aad fub&ttutcd oiters in their room. Hmlmrfb, Jbg*fl 5"* Letters from Copenhagen inti-saate, that a Ihaaty of FrkQiiiLrp beiwoea that Court and Saredtn b on the Carpet. - BtrBm, J*g*ft 30. A violent Stonn happen'd Ia3 Saturr day, affendea with Thunder and Lighttm^, by which forty Bonnes were reduced to A&es a: Kuiium. a*gmt* Stff. 4. Notwithdaed:ng there are fo fewTroops ia the Froatin and Barrier Uowns, that in fomc of them ike Generals kare no Snurits at their Lodvmes in the f6||B, and that even in tie Province* their Number i> iar Vam being great, it ha* been raioir'd to laTen it ihil more k^a Reform of 6000 Men, which is to be begun on a>e LONDON. Yefterday kis ExccDcccy the Count dc Rufco, Enroy bona the Emperor, had his nrlt pjbhek kit alaj-xty at JCenfington, and deliver'd hit Ha was iniTodoced by Sir Clement Cottcrcl, of tW Ceremonies. of Aafpnrh, on being inveSeJ wiih the ; presented to Sir Hanbury WiUumi. a an, fct with a large Brillaat; and to Mr. aftcienaof 300 Ducaxs, befide* the God-a Highness wore, and 100 Ducats more for t. .. arkjtkpcioccni to the King at Ainu by Virtue of ku Often. Rat. Tha Itfqt ii appointtl by hit Rxetttency tha of iratiad.a Sccntaty under hh Lflirdfhlp. i tk� Otford Man of War, building af l>t Launched; foe is eftectned ont oAho ia Raropc. ' d at his Seat at Brtydon tn Cumberland, after a tadiom IHdHpofltion.|Sir OiUred Laxvfon. We art effured, that Alderman Hoarc has entirelr recovered hit Health, and is expected in Town fomc Time aexr Month.     . V On the jth of October the King'i Plate pP too Guineas is to be ran for at Newmarkat, by Six Year Olds, Weight twelve Stone; On the 6th a Prite for Four-Year Olds. Ia the fame Week the Duke of Ancaftcr runt a Match agalaft the Earl of PorunOrc. The Duke of Hamilton one againll the Earl of March'*. The Barl of March another akainll Lord Hglington. The Earl of Portmore oneagavna Mr. tiVeville. .   And Mr. Lrtthes One againf Mr. Blake. ., Yefterday Morning a Fellow was detrcled in ftcaling fome Copper, ftc. from the Roini of tht late Fire to Sonthwark ; aad bting carried before a Juflite, he was committed t6 Prlfon. On Monday Morning a Waterman at Rothethith, lately come from the Weft-Indies, being under fome Misfortunes, Oabbed himfclf ia feveral Places intheJeft Breall, of which he inftarikly died. On Monday a Bricklayer, wha was at \vork on the Top of a Houfe in Park-Street, Grofvenor-Stjuare, had tlie Misfortune to fall down and break both hit Legs and his Back. He' was immediately carried to St. George's Hofpiial. but there are but little Hopes of hit Recovery. CJ>tima*, in Nova Sofia, July ti. A Sloop is jult arrival wi|h four Companies of Englifli Troop from Cape Breton, aad Colonel Hopfor\ it expected here Tomorrow with the reft of the Fleet. The Oratory, being repair'd. will be refum'J on Sunday next. On* Diicourfe will be, an Enquiry on what Grounds of Policy, a Bririlh Miniiter is the only one, even In the Proteftant World, who, tho', by Name, ilar'd, infulie 1 in Pcrfon, and pofted about the Streets by anonymous I'npcr-Gangs daily, yet allows that ftiam Libe/ty of the Prcfs, which is in the whole pernicious to his Matter, to himfclf, to the Nation,'the Birthrights of thoSuljecl, and to Learning, and is fubvertire of the Law, and of any Conili-tution, ice. Ranclagh Houfe arid Gardens will be oponed every Evening as ufnal, till further Notice. Kacli Ptrfon' to pay One Shilling Adnrittance., *JWmi  erfafrm'd there thefe twenty Years, call'd the Harlot's Progrcfi. Tho whole to Conclude with a grand Reprcfentation of Ranslagh-Gardcr >. in the Manner they were decorated at the Jubilee Ball. To begin at Fim^CClock. Each Perfon 10 be admitted for a Pint of Wine or Punch. Great Variety #f all Rtndvof ufeful and orramctal fecood-hand Plateand Watchw, at Prices extremely lowj alio much Choice of Jarge and fmall new Plate, chafed and plain, nnithed by thelielt Workmen, and in the mod elegant Tafle, for Exportation or otherwife, continue to be fold at Mr. Stafford Brifcoc't old Shop, the Corner of Friday-Street, CbcapflJe, the GoJdenUiiil only, who gives as ufual the moll Money for Quantities of old pjale. Watches, and Jewell, and fur fucb at arc pawned. Francis Rawlings, Ivory-Turner, At the Crown facing Wood-Street, Chcapfide, London, begs leave to acyuaint the Publick, that he has a large Sortment of Canes and Sticks, with Variety of Ibmdi and Kerrilr, which aru fitted up in the neateft and beft Manner j �|fo turn* all forts of Heads in Amber, Ivory, or hard Wood, wholesale or retail, at rca/onable Rater. Mrs. Guiton, well-known for her Ability in the Cure of Hernias or Ruptures,-aad the only one tf her Sex admitted Member of the College of Surgeons at P*ui�, for thofc Diseases, having been call'd to England a feco'nd Time, thinks it neccnary, on account of her uncertain Stay in this Kingdom, to inform the Publick of her Arrival in this Metropolis, that inch of her Sex who Hand to Need of her Skill may know where to apply for Succour, and depend upon being relieved. Her Bandages are much lighter, more convenient, and fafer than any yet exhibited. She hssalfu lately invented one proper for aflilUng Ladies in their Pregnancy, and preventing Mtfcarriages, She W�� Pupil tu Mr. Arnaud, Author of the Treatife on Hernial or Rupture^ publiih'd by A. Millar. She lives at No. t. Martlet-Court, Bow-Strcct, Covent-Garuen. N~"R~-R~^r ** 7 BthS a 166 a tor 78th*. Ditto 174^, 10^ 7 Sthr. Three ter Cent. Annuitiet 100 t 8th. Million Sank, no Price. Equivalent, np Price. Royal 'tfurance, no Price, l.->n* nee, no Price. Knj�t^i Copper. 5'- >�,. Se�e� per Cent. Emperor's Loan, 147. Five \tt Cent, ditte^ no Price. India Bonds al. t H�. a jl. a al. r^s Three per Cent. Exchequer Ordets, ao Price. By tb*  RlNG'i  AUTHORITY, TTA" Peter Rock, of Pcnryn in Cornwall, Merchant. High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 6 Minutes after 1 in the Morning, and a 8 after 1 in the Afternoon. Yefterday Bank Stock was 140 t half a 140 a 1 4th. India Stock, 189 1 half. South-Sea Stock, 1151 half. Ditto Old Annuities, no Price. Ditto New, 106 1 4th. Bank Annuities i?4�. 7 Ms. Ditto 1747, 10*. Ditto Lottery 1747, 10478101.   Bank Annuities 1748, ioj A new and HnuWul tJiiiyA       ttptrnmnl       104 t**'m th� btUbU(hin��t.�t OhriRianttt by J EJUS CHRllT *ni APOS rU&Sr.aVs. With Anlwtri to m�ft ot the cpi�it���rt�l QiMilibm, and DiltWfttioM o� tht molt mntthablt P*ltat��. Tn wht \ m *A4l4, Nates eipialnlna *ifn ult tcait, i,etil�ina MiC-TmpU".��-, v\i r*cohciu'M fi4min�C*�nsf�4i�tonr, ftt, Tha Stt ol 1'itntt awl Maps-is foU f�p�t�tt, dthnls r> fertwt l*iti�o ot Mr. Suekhouft't tliftuty, or to Wni Of Ww tthlr*' Stackhoofi's HiAory, bounJ. �p,Wlth a Stt of Uwfc mm       *ni M��t. * Vol. Polio. P�l i A hiie r.ml;y Dibit, with a Ut of ihtA Ml Prints aal Ms&iircr. fptrfee. Prirt sh ts.        . �.   '   i Wl^ his Mflrlry> ftoytl Lttnt*. ' PrtnwJ only rW SrAvtttn, In Nsw|��-4irr�t | liw toMly the Bank* fellm in KnaUhd, Seotlsnd, srtd Irtlsni).  ' \        ; - . , ^ .. '    ; .. ------------~       Navy-Office, Aeguft tc, 174A THE Pritttij*/ Offttn Mid Ommtjfittun    lit Ai&jfrV Nmn gh* Nottre, that tn .'fkurtdaf r\ftr jrfi tf ava* Month, at Ttti tClttk in tht Mtrnittf, /wrv �ttw txfe/t t* Salt at ijHt Office, lb* tiulh if bit M.siiflf'i $bij> tit M*rg*ft� -Bnrt'j(� 450 Tern, and the ti�zm:i sftep, tftft T�ni, with ttitir Majtt,, Thrd$tiic. m ntfo a cU/iIJtb'ter tf \%'f*Ht, *i tt�y aw He at bit Myrflyt Yard at btprfird*, ivpirt they may it >vii*iv'd    /uttrPerJhttt at art, inclinnNt t> at It*J list Jaid Stir, and hidfir them.   And �t a Dtpeftt tf $51, ftr Gar. *r in rrcftrihn rl>trttc, it to ht mads by the Per/tut teh fiaff purcha/t the /aid Ship, Lithter, is'c. al) Ptrfita ixba Jhall at find the /hid Salt are ta takt Not tie tbtrtof, andttami'frtfa^4' fir that Phrptft 1 and unltft tht Shift fo furthju^'Jha/l it'-faU ftr t,nd taken &Uty at tht Eudef fatyihyt afitr tht Day tf Sale, tlv.DepY't/hll it fitfdted, M t** Pl&rty tf tht Crtfltn. <   ......iv...^.. ' Cultom-Houfe, London, Attgbil at, BYOrd^r of the HouoitrM tht Cammijjitatri ef hit, ^ (jtfiomi,U(. on H'tdntjdur tht'^ttf i*flt&t, at fbrti 6*Cloch in tht Aftirwon, tcill he flit ftp to, Saletim-lh* I3n�g-Rovm ia tht CufittH'Hvufi, 1-ondv", Stierat Cttjii tf reM'td ft'fatt, nvhiti an to hdt/HlPilata Brandy or made int� f/�rrji* btitigJboX^rt apfotJUtid by theStatuteifor the Examirfutianoftbe Cendutf oftfm.lt/umiwy fir tbejpR, and the Dptdio* p/it for tht eiuing titor.  %',.'. All fradtlinm tvljo an iviliittg to fir-vt tbt C&mty hfirman fir the next Quarter, art defirtd then."�' dtlCvtr in taVflr Propofult, fealtdup, injPrittug. Note, TbeS '    ' firiflions for us tbit it iht Day fixe........        , � -    �% OIJ R ) 'ear, and as all vttr Annual At, aunts art tomfitMyotim up al that rime. ' It is taken for grant $il thit ell th Suijlriftrt (even tbofe t&hoft Itift Yea/t Amart art yet unpaid J uill an-hnut their Annual SufilHptiofn, untefs they fend tht G*vi*tert Notin Writing, .at"or tiffin tbt (hhtral CiiOrl f/^*ytVan�Vra of their Internum to 'withdraw ihtlr Contrikuhttti ' * Their ntdll. bt an Ordinary at tht Red L\t4 Ink franfo at 'JtiO o'Clock �      1 ^ . By Order of tht Commitlte, HKNKY WOOLLEVi/w*/^- PS. Tbit Day the Pooi'i Box of tht fiiJ lnf"i~rv twai op.ned, and thcrt 'twere found in the fismt fur  H^mk Stttti ariwvntu'P in the u.lole to yj /. fir --hicb chut italic and" gentrout bonatien tht Uwernon take 1 * ittittd of r^tkarn^fg their '[hank 1 to the if unknown Benefactor. _ A. J5TEP, Chaitmati: ' IVukly Board of the Middle/ex-H-.Jpin-l fir Silk And , Lume, and fir Lying in murriid IVtmtn. SEVERAL untrue AdvcriiLmcu's luvin-v Icea p\tkMh'4. with an Intent to m.lU*\ the HutUk, in) ihtnkf to pr�]Ur.<4 tiic (nine i� publiOi'd by Older ul lome IVufJ thtrcut, iuA 5^n 4 hf (he Srituty j ami iliar they lie rtfol� J ti t �u 
                            

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