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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 9, 1754, London, Middlesex                                The^ Daily Advertifei^. FX t D A Yi  A06us� ^,   1754 RRIVfrD, the Kingfton. Dean, from I�ica; the Porpas, Gray, ard the Charlottir* .Galbraitb, from Jamaica, ffcmaiii, his Majclly's Ship iJarprizs, Fortane SIoop^ .ni Oatward-boond, as per tail. Wind South-Weft, is very changeable, and blows hard. jS,Sf^pUmnt ta the Ac'coknt ef the Affar befwcen the Genoe/e ' and the Inhabitants cf St. Rem-\__Jightecn Yean after the Fobhcadoii of the pretended Seotenci of Aibitraiion given in the Year 1361. the Regency of Genoa created ia College or TVibonal of eight AiTcfTora; who were charged with the Care of examining the Liberties and Exemptions of Cites and �yitTi�U^o�erwhiebtheRe> pabltck extended its Authority : St. Remo having Hid the Misfortqne to be of that Nutnb;r� in the Year 138; thefe ^agiftrates. undt^r tbb Nam** of Afleflbrs^ who were both Judges and Pamrs in their , vn Outfit confirmed the Sentence of 1361� with a View of making it a fragmatick I end0iip, and Aiuchment to t,he EngliOi Incereft; and thst the Peofle of that Nation, upon the Wellein Frontiers 00 ehio, by die friendly Affiilance of the faid Half King, cfcaped. aiMi did not fail into the Hands of the Frinch as liad been repvefiEMed. Onr MiUcoants from l^alifax in Nova.Scotia, mention, that (the Sentence pa&'d npcn &Ir. Hoofraan, who bnr^h to^ mmmy fomcTime fince. was to pay tool and | j j ^^J,^ by Mr johnfon, Mr. R.y^er. MAller Sturges, and others. To ronclude wit.h a new Entertainment, a �cun..c�cr j=mcs       ^.j^ TbeNbvelty; H-ricqoio by Mr. Maddox. ThePa-nt^ County of Mntray.. iBg,Moric. and Habits ail iniirely new   To begin at Sii. A-lagw, wi-h PickJed Herrings for the Society* is cx-]^edrd every Hour l^om Shetland. "W^e hear that Eliaabelh Canning Is embaik'd cri board the Mytdlda, Capt. fludden,* bonnd for Ph lAdelphia ' Yeftcniay one James Francis,^ a"CarpciMer, bsing in a Fever, and lighi-hsadcv-i, fell odt of a Windojv, and brpku his Back; he ws� Carried inimediHtely to the WcflminUcr Infirm&ry. And the fame D;iy a Woman wAs brouiiht to the fame Place, having broke licr Ann, and bru;(e i hcrfcif in a terrible Manner, by filling from a Wall in Grofvenor Street. OnTucfday Might between Sevca and Eight o'CIock. as Mr. John Hill, a Cuftom-Houfe Officer, was gojng�on boa>d a Ship near Piinces-Stairs, Hotl:er)'i:h, his Foot flipt, as is fuppos'd, and he fell in:o the Rive/, and wa? drown'd. Monday Evening WiHiara Harris, a Ycd-h about twelve Yeari old, Son-in-La\v to Mr S�;!ry, an eminent Builder near RatciifF-Crofs, fifliing on board a'Lighter lying off his Father's Y*rd, fell over-board ami was dro vn'J.   - Yefterdajr a Man flood on t! e PiHory in this Broad W.ny, Wcftminftvr, for commltung a. R^pe 0.1 a Girl,of five Years old. \ '    , Cauterhuty, Aaif'ift'y,. On the jotii pi(i was committed to bis Majefty'sGaol at Maidftone. b/jofeph 6:11, Efq-John Coliflable� chargM with afiaolting ^nd robbing fevural Perfons on the Highway. And on the ft ir.ftant were commH^ed tothe faid G10I, by the fame Gentleman, Peter Kelley and John Ells, charg'd with afr^ulting and robbings Jiitnes Salmon on the Highway in the PariQi of St Paul at DeptforJ. Next Sunday twolSermbns will b� preach'dtn the PaiJh Church of St. Mary M.:gda!en Bern^bndffy. in ibe County of Surry, for the Benefit o.''the Chsdiy Cbilden of iliejiid Par (h! that in ihc Morn'ng by the Rev. Mr Cojberd. Fellow of St. J6hu's Co'Jege. Oxford, and Lcflurer of St, George the Martyr in Soothwark i- zfHd that ia the A fternoon by the ReV. Mr. Venn, Feilow orQusea's College, Cambridge, and Leaorer of St. Albnn in Wood-Street. Next Sunday Afternoon aChariry^ermon will bo pre�h'd In the Parifti Church of St. Jo^in at Wapping. for the Benrfitv of fi-lty.Boys an^t thirty Girls belonging to the faid Parilh, by the Rev Mr. Green, cf St,Sav-our in Southwark.  All Journeymen Cnniers refiding %it&in thcHBills pf Mortality, are dcfir�:d to meet'at the Green JOragqny in Flcet-S-.rect, on Monday next, at Six o'Cicyckin the Evening, to confuit on Matters relating to the tri^p intcrcft of the Trade in general. ^ ^ badJer'a Wells" Iflington. Th^'^vening Mr MsdJcx W.11 perform f.veral new B&'lai>reslii(h. a St^^^^     llkewife be imprifo^'d twelve Months. On Taefday died, at bis Lodgings in Weftminfter, Jsmes Cummin^, of Akyre  Efq? in the County of Matray,. Koith Biitain. being tbe oldift Family now extant of chat Name, ann Poffl-fTors of that Eftatc above 500 Years, and was the only Heir Mde of Comming Earl of Buchsn. Monday laft died, at bb,Houfe in Henrietta - Street, Mary bone, in an advzaced. Age. jzmes Gibbs. Efq; well known for his great Abilities in Atchitedore, as appears by Sji" Bartholomew's Hofpital, of which be was ArchiteA and Governor, and 1001. to the Foundlmg-Hofpital, all his Books to the Radcliff Library at Ox'ord. befides other private Cbadties and Legacies to his ttcLitions and Friends. We are infonn'dth^t Dr. Anthony Afeew will be cbofe� . Phyfician ^ it. BanhoTomew's Ho(p ul without Oppofition,' io the room of Dr. Dodd, deceased. We are affurid that Mr. SmTt"-, of Covent Garden Theatre, lately married to the Hon. Mrs. Courtnay, will appear agajo on liae Stage next Wi.'Jter, notwithftanding t^e Reporu to the conuary. On Wedncfday left was beard, before the Loid High  Chancellor, a Canfe '.s herein the .^ffignee ol Wjlliam Cord-well, a Bitkropt. and the faid VV'iiliim C ordvvell were Plaintffs. aad John Mackrill, Efq-. Pcfcnda-t. touching ten Paper Wiitittgs let up by the Plaintiffi as figned by the Defeoian^'t late Father, *b'.ch appearrng to bs forged upon a Verdna foond in May l4l by a Sped J Jury in he Court of King's Bench. Kis Lordfti^ ordered, ibst all the faid . Papas h> found to be fogged iLenld be cancelled in Coa:t, which was done aMorciiigly. Ycflerday the Woifnift'ul Compary of Dr-^pers held t^sesr annual Venifun Fe-il at their Hall in Throgiiiorion-Strttt, when a Matter, Wardtns, Sec. were cholen for the eefuing Ycir Thar went in ProcciSon through the Hoyal Exchaiigc, Greens, Flpwtfs. &c. being ftrew'd before them to the Paria Chwdi of St feSichiel's, Corahiil, where a ttoft excellent ScCKOo was preach'd by the Rev. Mr, Arnold King; �ftcr which ih;y returned to thv-ir Hall, where the Health of his M jeUy, the Royal^Family, and many ether loya! Hc::�tH: were G.-ank. We are informed that her Eoy 1 Highntfs the Princefs of Wales, and.thtf young Prii;ccar did appeir in curious *la:s, woik'd of fine^'hreidNfedlewoik, aUer the Manner of Diefdco VVork on 6<�pkMvfl n. in order, to encourage the Wearing the fauie, as it will be of pubHck Utility, by ^F^/iriga Norober of p^5or Girls, that otherwife might become borthenfome to Parilhei, and mabe them ufeful 88bj  this Kingdom. Places for the Boxes-to bs taken at the Bar or'' the VVcll/>. At Mr. Yen's, Peruke-Maker, oppolite North's Coffse-Houfe, K.ing-%reet. Cheapfide, is kept an exa�l Nuinerical Book, containing the Drawings of the Hague Lottery now depending, where all Perfons may be inforracJ of the Suc-cefi of their Tickets, and fuch as are become Adventurers Charitable Scheme, may hays their Vouchers ^ I, when drawn, im:nediate Notice given ihctn to aoy Part of England or Ireland, by Jacob Eiiey. Edwaid Boxley begs Leave to acquaint his Friends and Well-Wiihers, that lie is remov'd fro.-n ihe Bank ColFcer Honfe behind the Royal Exchan^to Friday-Strert Coffee-Hottfe in~ Friday-Street, near CHeapfi 'e ; where their Favours will be gratefully acknowledg'd, and they msy dfpsnd on being well accommodated with the bell of Wine;, Pu-ich, Arrack. Brandy, Rum. &c. Kendall-Houfe, ifleworth, is now rpen*d as a Tavern, or Inn for the Reception of Gentlemen and Ltdies. Gent^emrn may Break/a^, Dine, or Lodge, as cheap as at any common Inn upon the Road: *Tis much the gentecleft Publick Uoufe aad Garden in England: There is always a very good Larder, and Plenty of frelh Water. Fifh at 'a Minute 9 Warning. The Lodging-Rooms are very genteel and pleafant.   Boats and Barges may land near the Houfe. A Widow of a Clergymnn, of an excecdinji; good Cha-raAer. has loll One Hundred Pounds by the Deception of a ptctended Friend, whereby flie i* reduced tb great E.xtre-. mity ; and being advanced in Years, and incapable of procuring the common Weceflaries of Life, humbly im pbres the kind AiSilance of benevolent Cbriftians, which they are defired^to leave with Mr. Charles Sherborn, Engraver, in Gutter-Lane, of whom they may have a^ very � p,irticular Information of tbi3^de{�lorable Affair. To be fold by Aoflion, 00 VVednefday next, the f4tb inft. at Fou: o'clock in the Afternoon, at Richard Mantborp's, the Horns at Cuckold's Point, the Dragon, a^'Sailing Boat {Lte bcldnging to Mr. John Manthorp, dcceafed) of the Burthen ot twelve Tons, or therabouts, now lying at the Point, and may be view'd till the Time of Sale, by applying to the faid Richard Manthorp, who hath the inventory, and will lay her a-ground two Days before the Sale for the lofpeAion of thofe who cbufe to fee her Bottom. This is the Boat that won the Bowl laft failed for, bath very good Accommodations, aud is one of the bed Pleafure Boats oa the River.  Alfo two Sailing 3oats of a fmaller Size, Juft imported, a large Quantity of Rappee Snuffs at the following Pricf^s : BeH S:ralburgh Violet in Canniflers. at 3 s. per found ; ditto in Jars at 2 s. 8 d, per Pound ; all Sorts of Dutch in Canniflers at as. 8d. pei' Pound each ; Dutch in Barrels, Jars, &c. at 2s. 4 A". p�r Pound. Pro ldtu Ha.id and Pen in Brbok Street. HoUvi'm; and at Mr, l-cy'i China Sliop. the Corner ol Pall Mall, where ill Orderi wilt be punflually oLfc vd. This Day is' pob.'ilh d, Price Six Pence, the Ordinary if N;Wf;atc"s Accoii'^t of thi MaJefaj^ors wh^ Wtre cxeca;cd on Monday, July 23, and 00 Mo- Usy^ Auguft 5, 17J4, viz Jofeph Mills, for the Miirder of Samuel .Hooni; '1 homas Finch, for the Murder of hil Wife} Jame< Coblcyj fo/ft^aling above 200I. Worth of Books, tht �' Sn�": Parker,    _ ____,-----...    ......�,,.  the Irbn P<^ar-'t"re^ Water, foroe of whidi havcbaon chriftenM by thfeNijme of ti�c Niw lion Pear-Tiee Water; to prevent M'ifiakes. the Publick are dcfueJ to take Notice, that thi Watrr that has done fo much Good in the fol!o*Jng D'.forders, viz. Stems and Gravel, Cruc, Sciatica, Lep-ofy, Kng's Evil, inveterate Sores or UlcCiS in the Legs, Or any other Part tjf the "Body, Rhcumaiifm. Scurvy, Green Sicknefs, Want of Appetite, Irdigc-n on, and &H Cbroni^al CoQi^Iaints, ts the Old Iron Pear Tree Water, fold at^the Green and Gold Lamp, in Parliajncnt-Street, Wcdtninflcr; and no where clfe^ H'ph W/.ter at London Bridge this Day at tS Mmotdr aficr 5 in the W^tr'-nj*, ��^d ^56 after 5 in the Afternoon. vjtej jame< Coblcy* fo/fti-aling above 200L Worth of looks, thB Property of Henry i.intot, E-q; and Ma'r*^ m:tli, for llripping a young Child.  Printed fof Thum/i arfccr,inJewii.-.S,r 1ia, Soiuh-Sea Stodc and Annuities, Iridiafioads, Njvy nnd Viftualling Bills, Aiinuitie.i for Lfvesj &c, are Jsbughc and foia by Commillion, by J. HAZARD, Sbck-Broker. IJ a ME S^L I N'I gar, Taylor,   near the Kiii>'t Aims, Cre.it r"wer>-Hill,cortti.:iile to.carry on Bntinef* in     '' � be jrturea, til know-to g.lid ---.-... to the Nf.bilUy, Genliy. >ni uheu, who h�ve Uvour'd me wlbtAeirCom* mviis, �nd Trade ha� inctcAlcii g'c^tly beyond m� Expe&*tion,  I hsre the �bove Fiacc. carry ofl BiifihBIi in the RICHART) POWlin , Yard, Tempie K-r, f4nie Maniitr he at fiift ptopnfcd ; and dill in O'riiw if {kn4 Temporal, with the PoRi thc^ hold uider th -i, tec. in the Order they are ctU'd over in the Houfe accorJin^ to tb^ Teft-Roll ( v/ifh the Name* of the Member* rcturn'd for �ach, the Pace* they polTeli, and their Country Scsti. 3. An A phabetira] Lift of the Members of the Houfe sf Comrront, Ihe > lace ra h ii chofter-f ioufe, St. Paul'a Ch\ Price I a. cacli liwttJe, Nute, n*ft luiHurn      ft *mU knovm t� tht fiMhtg and (imd i0J.1t <* ria tt^frld    gtfmai) t� intJ �
                            

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