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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 1, 1749, London, Middlesex                                IRRIVD. the Henrietta, Hood, from Gibraltar. The Margaret, for Amiga*, remains.   Wind N. E. An Sxtrjifl of a Lftttr front Parma,  dated Augnjl   I ft. * The lift Letters which wc have * received    from   Pi.ic.n/i^   and ' Giuiftrtlta give Advice of iirprifing ' vonverfions,  which  daily aug-� fsc�i tie Nsnaabcrof the good Subjects of the Ism. pre ls- * Qr*na- 'T ** eot 10 ke *UPP- fed, tts People arc f  fond � etQsMZg**,       that there were many in this Dutchy, * iarl^g tbc late War, who had fcfolved, ns far as in * tS*Ea to fcaufe an Alteration in the Government. � They       Jnrd, tho" from a bad YV\iy of rcafor.ing, that * fey la1"* Kg * Brother of the Kiny of S/>.?/.t to rule over * tiseto, t*ey {teaulA partiripa'c with him of the Trea-�        cf i^c terse World.   Titbugh all il.ofc who iho-j^'u * tissa. �2'�2 pat think proper to difcovcr tfi�w--Sentiments * n-pew tie ar& Appearance of the Infant Don Phrlip"'^ �ttes City s ac  thoroughly convinced,  that the * Jiaaaln oi lix-m feu very fordid cniblr, and there would * tafe been cocriactog Proof* of it, if Providence litd * g?*�s �-�a Matter that was likely 10 h.ivc hrb gbt * batk tSaeGoJclen-A^ieinto the anticm Dominio-s of the � Hotcfc HFiersffe-.   Bat this Number, by the Advice �e * t'drjee IVora *31 Parts, at prcfent dcc,-e�fo.>r* and the I'aj.d ;urs * ictsr Atrgdb, cxraipzn-J witli thclV DlooJiuckcrs.' tLs3K$t, St-vtral Oidmanccj have'^b*;**!! jUlKbcy f�aol:ib" R-gimr'� cjvaTy Gcwrrnor of Sarling-C^lHe. Oa Matwliiy'died ai Biih, Colonel John Battcrca >, Colonel of a Rtjsmrju �ji i'ooi. Oo "iBjriiiiy aa Order was rr.ndc out to the Exchequer 1W naiaii3| 10 Scotland the Mikity certified by the Lurdj �ffStaWui, due to the NobHi'v and Gcutrv, ice on Ac-easaa oi a** HT��tab,< J jiiijiflirns in th^t K in^dirn, abo IfeSi'i fey aa Afi of 'zrJi.-.riicr.t p;.! 'd in the tft-cniKth Vear � to finri-ot aS-ajraf's Koi.n. TS� iHarJ oi Fianing'.cn, Loid Lieutenant of Ireland, �tfieaaii to iti out on 'Satim'ay tl e 9th inilant to Chclter, ia aii�a to emiKirk for Dublin. TttieirewiiA Bcmrd fccld at the Treafury Yeftetday. Leiirw tjesa N -va Scotia of the 24th of July fay, that tie Seaier*  & pfflfr aI.o'r L^ndi H'cre al/eadv fot out were J'rep4ring tittsf iiiiu^ij.K.t . t:.at ihey all w�rc veiy healthy, and Ciai t&rr &*d 153 but very few fince they left 1'iigland ; acknowledge hi* being gniltv cf the Murder of Mr. Med-lycott, of Lincoln, ab>�ut ten'Vcarj ago, with whom he then liv'd At Servant. . Mr. Mcdlycott was to have been married tht Morning he was ilhot j *nd the PWol being found by him^ it wa*at that Time, and ha� ever fiicc(uil thu Di> covery) been though: ho was guiKy of Suicide. The Palace of hi- Grace the Lord Archhithon of Canterbury �CCroydon is rinely Vepaired and beautified, where his Lordfttip is nt ^fcfent, arid where he intends 10 rclulc the Remainder of the Summer Scalon. Yellerday Mr. Benjamin Mace was et^^rd Be.idlc of the Worflupful Company of Apothecaries, in th room ol Mr. Staples, deceas'd. A few Days fmcc Hugh RolTe, Fdq; an eminent R"nffi.i Merchant of this City, was married 10 Mil's Kofic, 0.�uyh-ter of -- R<-rte, Kfq? of Lincoln's Inn On Wcdncfday Morning died at his Houfc near Lime* houfe-Bridge, Mr. Charles Craven, an eminent Timber-Merchant. A few Days ago died Mr. Kemp, an Himbdrgh Merchant, in PartnerIhip with Mr. -Martin in Limp Street. La'ft Wcdncfday Wight the Wife of Mr. Mears, xvho died bytho�Fright bf the late Fire in GroccrJ-Allcy, was dece.Dtly depofited in the North Vault of St. 1'ildrcd's Chinch in the Poultry, being carticd from her ow/\ Houfe, the Lace-Chamber in Cheapfide." hvr Pall fupportcd by fix worthy Merchants, firjecre Friends .followed by the t.iri;f NmnKff nf l�'rif�rf� Pplinnnii, truly grWfd fur the Lois of fo Worthy a Perfon in the caTly Yiars of her Life, whole Benevolence in general. Integrity, Ho our ami jmlieo in.the whole Conduct of her Bulinefs and pii-vatt; Lite, were t^oo ^reat not to be r.grctted by all who had the P'cafurc of her Acquaintance. About Nine o'clock on Monday Isfening lalt a Servant of Mi-. Colftdn, Surgeon and Apothecary, a: Ncwi^g-on. was attr.cked between that Town nnd ',he.Grj:en by i�nr Footpads, who rbbb'd him or what Monsy he h.rd, avd Jtript him quite naked, but afterwards return d 1.1111 l\'u Breeches atid Coat. i Tomorrow, being theannual Fa ft for the Fire of London, a Sermon will be preach'd in the Pa'i.h Church of Sr. Ann and Agnts within Aldcrfgate, by the ReV. Mr Smith, Lcclurer of Sc. Giles in the Ficlda. Prayers to begin at Jileyen o*C!ock. Oh Sunday next two (parity Sermons will be prc-rifch'd in the Parifti Church of St. Mcry at Rothcrliith, for'the Ue-nvfit of the Charity Children of the laid Parifti i that in the Morning by the Rev. Mr. Warner, Rector of Qutenlnth ; and that in the Alurnoun by the Rev. Mr. Coliey, Lecturer of Stepney. At Cupe'-'s Gardes, ths Fntertainmcnts of Vocal ard ln-ilruincn'.al Mulick will, during the llic?rt Rar^aindcr of thc Slimmer Stfilou, bejjiii at Five o'Cloc); ami end at.Nine, .(�v.i(J� fevetol lavourite Songji bj(4U|^^n^yi)^%^frr^cu� llily My Faith and Trutil.dut of ibe Oratorio o"f Sam (on) and to'.condude with a cutt.ius nn-1 nir-gninumt Firework, tyh/cb- h.is giyen great Sj'.isla'tiO'i to the Nobllny and Gtli.ttv, .when N "ptune will be drawn on the Canal by Suji II ;rfe', and let F;ro to an AuliinicJ,in Worm, u-es :a Fiihjrg ; and t!.�t ihty lived IMcirao an crr^t f-^i raor.y, a fid iciaicd mightily pleated 3* La�i J;j3 G.5ra!tar we L^ru, that iinte a Duty Sai too* laid on A ttic. and Br-n-.'y and Rum h^.l been fevskAne3. ?he (iamfon litd b.-en very healthy. 'Fhe tici* Ltcici- ^.nu-'an Prov.fi.jns b^.ng v.-ry cheap there, aol jia; everf cr.t fcfaied ini^htily plcafed With tl�e Con-#i�I*a>d BeJui*-ouj 01 tu'ir new Governor Tie Saaiir^ier la:t-'y executed � Mudftone, V.'� hear, High Water at London-Bridge tlm Day ut 2} Minutes after sin lhc Mo'irng, acd 31; niter z in ihc Afternorn- Yeflerday Bank Stock v/as 140 3 8tin a 1 4th.    Iiuiu Stock,  too 1 half :i 1 41)1.    kqnth-S-a .S.'-ck, no 1'iicr. Ditto Old Annuities, 107 7 (Uh3 a 10H.   Dit'o New, ico 4 half a e 8jhs. Bank Annuities 1746, iO| 3       a 7 X:fi Ditto 1747, 105 7 8ths.    Dijto Lottery 171;. tw IVce Bank Annuities 1748. >oe a 3 4tn5 a 7 8 '�-   JD.uo 1749, 105 7 8thia.    'CUtf ytr t'ent. Amiuiuet 100 a 1 8ch.   MUtk>n Bank, no Price.   Uquivalent, no Pruc Royal Aflurance, no Price.   London Allurance, no Price Fnghfh Copper, jl. 5s.   Seven per Cent. Kmperor's I run, 146.   Five per Ce��'. ditto, no Price.   Bink Circu'a ion, el, 175. 6d.    India Bond*; al. i8>. a .19s.   Three 1 half Salt Jallies 1745. no Price.    Titrce per Cent. Exchequer Orders, no Price. _-,---�-rfiM?1-.. i'Jl I 1'At^'s eminent Ncxvtoyfr t>r�ps,* lor the v( Ui.! HeuJ, Ml (Iriii I-. i, va,>�uii, r'*imingi pint Uwmh ^l S|�rin, IMfiiition 1 >i! >lma ��f the Hrarl, 'i'rcint>hi>( of the Nein-4, and atl i.trvauj �_� ji j>i�...�� 111 Mfn, VVi.nici, mxl fh Mini, as not only if- fj-'Ljre the Rifclf H>". i'�� l-n-d Majrurt, bu > Nu|4ibt�� n| o-hcit in M . I'uraii't Pi ilrf't.-1., vtliitli lie m-eoila-iv pulili/h 111 ibci � prietor, �t ih� Sign ui' Vxtne. ine foutih H.-ul; liti'j* th'M-l. - �f I 11. en l.udfcate-J|j'l j �t the Qi*ee� F.u�*-i.- !> -i Ufi a T.jth.;., in Cuccchuich Sirn-t j ( Mn. Ciowky', ,1 tnc (inHi-ii f*n. Si J i Sn ret, uvei i^i.nll ll. Jair,tt'i J'U.-r ,  dI 1' Mr. t'ro�l�y'i, W.fi'.Mrrcliain, at Unh. Clue j�. caiii Owttk, it   lit    ahnjt    }'!j(ti   mty   l,t   bjj, The Righl Original Aniu.bufade Wat#r j  �r I lti /,.^V.  (Prut 6J.) 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