London Daily Advertiser, August 13, 1754

London Daily Advertiser

August 13, 1754

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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 he4bjtiiporie4lBtiO,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 E3f * PerjnOldo, fitttate in the Territoriea of the 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^^ )^es- * '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 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$) 'are now arri' 46Whales in a'lia belonging to, this' PI Wek^eadvis'dfro fmart Prefs for Seami that Coafti they hafe the Falmouth, � Ship others. X ^ , _ They Wrfte from AhK(^deen, fbat Saturday fe'nnighe one Mary Mackeoztc. a Sei^aht Girl in thcParifh of Old Mel-diom, wasfoondin a Park near that Place with two new-born -dead Fem|le Oiildrenl^ Ser, which (he declared were dead l-bom Two Surgetmsigyod'a'Midwife ucanimoufly rgreed, that they fcemed-to'-.b^ boro in the feventh Month, and that there appeared'ti9 Marks of Violence on their Bodies The Woman in,the ni^an tlm. is-rkept Q!)der a proper Gudrd, till (heb; in ajpohdition to go to Prifon. On Wednefday lait'dlwd Mr. James Corbeti a Merchant ofGlalgow. � Dublin^ Jugufi 6. WiHcar fronvV/aferford that WilH^m Morgan, Efq;" is elcaef Mayor, and Geo.-ge Norrington, and William Hobb's, U perform (ieve'al new-Balanopt with a Straw ; likewife Dancmg by Mr. Jo'anGranier hvA Mrs. Prefion with (eve-ralFeaa of Aaivity by Mftrfohhfon, Mr. Riyner, M&itcr Sturget, and others. 7^ conclude Mrith a new Entertainment, ctird. The Novelty. The Paindne. Mufic, and H&bits ail intirely new. To begin at Six. Pisces for ths Buxei to be taken at the Bar of the Wclh^ ^ Mrs. Joanna Stephens, who invented the Medicines for diflblvingthe Stone and Gravel, for the Difcovery of which the Parbament of Great Briaift granted her Five i hdufao^ Pounds, is remov'd to the third Houfe from Merchant TayIon|i Hall towards Eiihopfgatc in Threadnecdie Suect. Abfaated himfelf from his Parena on Saturday Morning. I'.ft, Jobii Cethbert. a Boy about nine Years old, of a fair Comjrfejobn, with fome fmaHI*it$ of the Small-Po.x, and a Cap on. Whoever gives NoJce of him at the Bdl ttm in Holboffii, fo that he may be had again, fhall be hand Ibmely rewarded for their Trpoble. To be fold by Aoaion. Tomorrow, the 14th indant, at Four o'clock in the Afti^rnoon, at Richard Mantbo, the liorns at CucktM's Point, the Dragon, a Sailing Boat il4te belonging : The'Proptietots of Chsncc't Lonen'-OlHce (fo reravfc-able for fellirig large Prizes in the laft Sutc Lottery} have . t�k�d, as heretofore, Apartnents at Mr. Brooke's, r.ear-Wine-Odtce-Court, Fleet-Street, where they propofc Icsep-tn|^ an exaa RegiAer-Bsuk of the prefent Dutch Lottery i Ticksu regiflered fo^ 6d. each, or examined at zd. * Time. The Dublin Charitable Vouchers (dependciit Oii the above Lottery) exa.-nincd at the fame fixpencc; and a/l Perfons who chufe to encourage that Charity may be iiir�one ^air of Stairs at a Coacb-Harnfcf^'-Maker's oppoHce York. Buildings in the Strand, Gendemen are and may beaccoror modated with allfotts of Perukes, in thebeft and very neivefl Tafte, and m:^ bdpeak, and nave any fort df Perukes made and drelVd" in the beft and neweft Mode, for tbe fame Prices they are ufually fold at the piibllck Wareho^ires^ by, Gendemcn, your mull humble and obedient Servant, J.Cornwell. " V i As the Publick have been infot-m'd, froth Time to Tims, that there art; many Waters fdid for the. Iron Pear/ Water, fome of which ha\'C been chriften'd by, the ^ of the New Iron Pear-Tree Water; to prevent lylifb':?-the Publick are dcfirt? to take Nonce, that the Wat t has doiie fo much pood in the foMoiving Difort.' . Stone and Gravel, Gout, Sdadca, Leprbfy, Kr\, inveterate Sores or UJccri irtihe Legs,,^pr any otl.'^ ths Body, Rhcumatifm, Scurvy, . t?rcch Sick-of Appetite. Indigefton. and all Chronical Com V the Old Iron'Pear-Tree Water, Jbld at the Grc Lamp, in Parliaiheut-Street, Weftminftcr, nnd n Mr. flurel, at M*� Croft's, in Thri(f-Stree reidy to give farisfaaorv and convincing Proo.'s c-t (i>�: and e-Tpeditionj Method he makes ufc of ia Coring P up: irqper to ("Ut theihfelyes imder his Cdre. He attends at home every Day from Ehercii io the Mdrning nil Six in the Afteraooit. '7'be origioai; genntne atid - mod noble balfamick \npcr 'Drops, are fold .^nly by thip Wldpv�r of the, late Francis Cla^ at the PeiUe and Mortar in the Freet-Klarket, nc^ Ludga^-HIll J at Mr. Caritwright's, Engraver, at the Rot^ Ex^hairgei andatMta.:Lcgran^'sMcdicinai\yarehoufieui ,New-Street, Covcnt-Oardcn> 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