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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 13, 1754, London, Middlesex                                AdVertifel*. T U .u IAMB ddwnrtbe fhilftilelphili Fer-I gufon, and the Caroltbii Mifnftrd, foir Fhlf Addphia ; the Do^er. ttick. iidi, Ibr New::York} the Rick-mond, Richards, for Liverppol j chejohniod Aan. Rcfe, for Pool; the Weyn^^Jt^iJoll,^^-aaoath i aad Jailed witii.the 0^t-wardr|�Oood S^ps. rRcmaub^fais MajeflT'** Ship th^ Sttrprize, and E4ft.l6d�kYl(Jit, Itobi^    Wind iioi^thby fi^ \ t    V�9eM�f anxved a Mail from F a a m c a^ jP^rif i^/^iltoifr;: ^�5fj/? 5. The Letters� feat. to the ftWi^l ^aenl^n pf l^vJtaia^ot/umiAoa theol to meet the iftof Scj^mbernext. to receive the JUng'a.Oiden, and iCi thoaght that'the, GEanib^ will be fprm'd' ihi'fi^t iif.. .1 . J. ,- -The Abbe dePrades. who, on Actonnt of a Tbefis which he4bjtiiporie4lB tiO,t}ie.4rchbiihop of Paris. In Confequence of tliis, the Arch'biuop huiiTaed % Mandate, in which, after fetting foitl)^tii(i�-Ri(�dbns'whf'tUs Tttefii was coadema'd, he re-tams Thanks to 6od^ that M. de Prades is at length C3n-vinted lif his prrdr, in attadting Religion in the ^cry School w^erehe was inltni^led to'defend it. Th Tranflatim ,ojf a tetter_ from Nice, tiohich is under the Jhtmuians of - the King of Sardinia^ mne Lea^s from St. > An E3 f * PerjnOldo, fitttate in the Territoriea of the K.mg olSar- * HJbu, whidi ha; brought Advice, that two Banditti of * Celiana, wiell armed, having been informed where tney ' might find the Sicurs jL.preszo Anfelmo, Gio Morezzi, * and the two otherJDepoties of St, Rerao, SarJi and Palma-' * H ; they were told, that the two firft were at Nice, and * ihe two odiers atPigna; they immediitely went to ti:e * letter of thaTe Places, where they informed themfelves by ' a Petdant where the Sieots Palmar! and Sacdl lodgc^d and * freqdented.  The Peafant preffing, very mach to know * why they; made tbis,�nqaiiy, Uiey at length told him in * Confidence. that, they wei? come to aiTal&nate them, and * thatjC l|tjW0�^d^;i^lithei9^^i^^    )^e s- * 'J^'^^'^m^ gooiJ'jii^cdnipeiice. Wh� * the Peafant ihew*d a Oifpofi^on to affiil them.' But as foon * as ever he cbqld difeagage himfelf from them, he gave N 0- * dee to thi twcrDqjoiSererStrRemo of their Danger, who * didi Aor, after fa�ing thos advertisM, ftir oiJ|tof the Hdafes * where they lodged. The Banditti foon perceiving that they * ^ere betrayed, prudently retired to Caftel Franco, in the * fTerritorief- of th1c Repsblick. There preftiuiiM^ not to < ^ofp^ft thb Peafaitt of Figaz of hafiag,jeyealcd their * Secret^ they, caofed'it to be intinated io him by a '-Perfoo-of-Caftd Franco,"^ that' ifwould coso to * them there, they had.other T^gs.to ciUnift him ' wi4^ aa;id.that he mTghr be aflored of a good Re- * pranpei^   The poor~lFhlow was weak enough to * bdieve what was told him, and went to Callcl Franco: * ^Bot he no fooner appear*d, than tbe two Banditd Went to * inee^ him. and Ihot htm dead m the Spot.' The Balls * wh'ch went through his Body wounded a Prieft in the � Arm. The nes^t Day thefe AHaffins were feen to ' Walk'inian nncdncemM Manner befo;e the Palace of the * ipommiflary of the Repnbfick. It's ufelefs to fay what * jonay ,oatnrally be cbncldided frem this.  It's gercrally * ilaid. that if the Enterprize asaioft the Peputtes had fuc- * CMded, the two Banduti wonld have had a Reward of * 400 Sequins.' ^The InduRryu for L6n ake of ^t. Albtn's, agtinft Richard Bnllock. Wt| and endangering th^l Thnrfdayi Prol^ of anIrdb T#ader.^; on bosrd his Veffd Cind'by thej^indpli gid^tes wer6 pleafed farliameht.   The * at the frequent fn.^ fo viery detnnienml' babdfbmely to t)t^i^ Parliament/ their Chreaiid Dili for Nefi^ea of his Horfet, i�n tiMnreby. - ^" Ijeat qurted on againil the Matter if^V^ lorbavinglrifli Soap found 'IFfoftoiition was ftrongty foUi' Ikert in this Cit^). . I'he Ma-da Penalty according tO! A^ of ji^ers txprefTed great Refentment Ol^'Smd^l&g Soap and Candies, ^^^r Thukr, and are refolved above what is allow'd by i^i^ OffioeiSi &c. who Oiall exert iif deteding fuch Frauds. Charles Weflon, an emiiient Dniggi^ iseleeiedoM^.dieSberi&of thbCity, for the Year ehfiiing..  "^'-'W^     '  ' ' Not long iince one anibtlit Chamberlain^ a very antient Woman, being In ibi^|9eUity'at Knckenham Ferry, fell ^iPtbni .of the Steepfe, thereby (he ^icd infl&ntly. ' ' A ifw Days fince a iiewCom--.^   fcr this Count jr.  ,, Edmhurthy JugHft- j'/I'AU the Scots ^hips {excepting tSc Kingfa Fiffierdf Barro�lftaunnef*,>ho hi* gone to Da^id'* �-...v.>_. � -^*";em Or^co^ttndf.aQ*^ have brought sifebf were caught by the Ship* from thence to the fraaared her Skull � '. Ctu^dlget AugitJ^i miffioii of the Peace-' t^^ttia, that^ere has been a very ijff^, die Men of War llaiion'd on Jfen' all the Hands from t>n board ptigingtoGlafgow,, befides fcvcral Strait$) 'are now arri' 46Whales in a'lia belonging to, this' PI Wek^eadvis'dfro fmart Prefs for Seami that Coafti they hafe the Falmouth, � Ship others. X ^   , _ They Wrfte from AhK(^deen, fbat Saturday fe'nnighe one Mary Mackeoztc. a Sei^aht Girl in thcParifh of Old Mel-diom, wasfoondin a Park near that Place with two new-born -dead Fem|le Oiildrenl^ Ser, which (he declared were dead l-bom Two Surgetmsigyod'a'Midwife ucanimoufly rgreed, that they fcemed-to'-.b^ boro in the feventh Month, and that there appeared'ti9 Marks of Violence on their Bodies The Woman in,the ni^an tlm. is-rkept Q!)der a proper Gudrd, till (heb; in ajpohdition to go to Prifon. On Wednefday lait'dlwd Mr. James Corbeti a Merchant ofGlalgow. � Dublin^ Jugufi 6. WiHcar fronvV/aferford that WilH^m Morgan, Efq;" is elcaef Mayor, and Geo.-ge Norrington, and William Hobb's, �: and e-Tpeditionj Method he makes ufc of ia Coring P up: i High Water at London-Bridge this Day at I4inates , after 8 la tlie MerBiBg;, and-^y afair 9 at l^ight. ' ANTED,\ W as an ' Apprentice to an Apothecary in the City, a fober wtU-eXocated genteel Voutii. Enquire of tJjc Printsr of thb Pipsr. By particular Df/tre of feveral Ijidies of ^slity^ AT the New Theatre in the Haiy-Market, this Day, being the  �en, arati'. at the Theatre. rhs Day is fui/iijh*d,  (Price los. bd.) No. XVIL */ tte Seccnd rUvtni tf 'T^HE Natural Hiftory of Carolina, Florida, X and the Bahama IfUndt) coaUtnini; the Fi(ares orBTrdt, Bea/ti, F.Oica. Serpeou, Infeat, Plant*, &c. with thvr Uc/citptioiu ia E:>J fh anJ French.  By MARK CATBSfi Y. F. R. S. Subftriptitm* are taken in, snd Nutnbei* dcliTer'd, by C. Maift, in Round �Court, in the Strand j T. Wilcos, aeaiuil tt* New Cboich ia th� -Sirard J and B S'itckat] in Clare-fiwrt, Drory-t.�oe. This   Day  is  ptitfftjuuy ncS.iitntb Edition, revit'd, nrrtBtd �nd tk't.r^d, with aO thtnem �/-diiiBBjI Dkiiidcrun t� it^i frtftrtigar, by �. H. 'T^HE Nell Duties and Diavvbacks payable JL on Importation and Eaportatioaof all SotU pf MERCHANDIZE, digefted in'ovteafy Method { dcfign'd for the Ufc of Merchant,, &c, each KtX ck being calculated to tbe utnioit ExaAnefi, and taeged ia alphabetical Order { fo that at one View otay be lt*m, tha Dntica an4 Drawbicka to be paid or receiv'd upoa Imnort or I*g9tl of any Mcr-ebaodiat, with the tefpcQive Rate* ^ liltewUV the Duflet to ke paid upun the Eiporraricn of aaitre Commoditiet, and feveral faicign ijtmg Goods t At alf� the Botntiet and Drawbacki to be roccivcd upon ihcEirportation of fevcial Bill fit Ooodi} 'togeiher with a litt of fuch Gooda as are prohibited to be imporud or e�poftc4. By THOMAS LaNCHAM. Printed for J^, Bfotbntm, at (he Bibi�, and W. McWowa^ �t the Angel, Coenhi: /mperfid from  PARIS.        7 rHE celebrated Volatile Essence, called, EAU D� LUCE, held in the bigheft ElU-en^ by the Quality and Genory of France, who conftintly carry it in their Pocket* a* a Sniellinf-Bottle, it being inflaitely flroogei than any Kind of Saltt, Mtd more fragrant and refrelhing than either Lavender, Hua. ^iry, or any other odont'erou* Water. It recovers immedtateiy frona eiiiter Fainting or Hytterick Fits, and is a oioft admirable ivemedy in iLa Hrad-Acb, Mwoeft of Spirits, Hypochondriacal and Nervous Difot* dei�. By Appointixent, this true E�u de Ltice is fold only by M. B.yley, Perfumer, at the Citet Ckrthc Bottom of the Il
                            

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