Daily Advertiser Newspaper Archives

- Page 1

Issue Date:
Pages Available: 4

About Daily Advertiser

  • Publication Name: Daily Advertiser
  • Location: London, Middlesex
  • Pages Available: 2,384
  • Years Available: 1743 - 1848
Learn More About This Publication

About NewspaperArchive.com

  • 2.17+ Billion Articles and Growing Everyday!
  • More Than 400 Years of Papers. From 1607 to Today!
  • Articles Covering 50 U.S.States + 22 Other Countries
  • Powerful, Time Saving Search Features!
Find Your Ancestors Now

View Sample Pages : Daily Advertiser, July 25, 1749

Get Access to These Newspapers Plus 2.17+ Billion Other Articles

OCR Text

Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 25, 1749, London, Middlesex The Advertifer^ T U F. S D AY. ^utY 25. i749 RRIM'W. 'he Britfgtown, Pierce, from ml^ua ; the I'hrec Fiicnds, ''4acntriMtni� from Oporto; and .he Cfeti-e, Itue, from Falmouth. Came down the Fricndflup,--, for Op-^rto, and remain,', with thofc as per lail. Wind S. by �. YcOertlay arrived a M.iiJ from Holland Xe^n, Jnff 3. ^ �c Friga e which wis fer>t to Bsrcclo-Bi, marncd a few Da}'s ago tviih an hundred Chcfts of Stirrr, eaC4t containing ijoo Piartres, which.it is faiH, arc to be eniplo^'d to build fcvcral Men of War and Frigates ia the Poru of Uiis Kingdom for the Service of the king of Spiin. Mount \ cfuviut cominucs to fend forth io much FUme> \(bcs, and Scones, that all the Ncighbour-liocd is covered vritfa them. Rem, Jufy  2 The Pope having given Order* to make preparations for. celebrating with a (oitable MagaificenCe the Solcmmtj of U>c Holy Year, Workmen are buf^* in the principal Churches of this City in building and beautifying the Om^meiats, The lafl Letters from Malta give us a Circumftance idanng to the Confpiracy which has not bees in any ibnner Accoants which is. that the Confpirators had piich'd upon the PeHival of St. Peter and St. Paul to n^ute their Deiign wih greater Safety, bi-caufe. the TinhaF!tints iof Malta ufc3 To jgo in Rrcat Numbers u pon that Day to pa> their Devotions at Vclctu, a Place crie-bratrd npon Account of St. Paul's being Shiptvreck'd the^ as he was going to Rome; and as the City of Malta u ufualiy very much defcrtcd at that Time, they irere in Hoprs to meet with lc(s Obftrudlion in the Execution of their Dcfign. ^Lt^isn, Jafy it. Seversl Ships have lately arrived here imat di�fi�vni Places laden with all Sorts of Good�, To that (he Trade which Unguilhcd fomc Time upon account of tkc QoaiaBtise. whxh Ships from this Port were obliged to pertorm. begins to flourilh again. Letters from Algierii adTde, that the R^ency of that City have recalled all the The apjire- Pinies that were out upon the Ciuize, in order to employ cfccin in the Defence of the Port, which is font lying in all iIk Pbces where a Defcent can be attempted, and that XiBCs arc making all round the Town to defend the Avenue*, iaw^ichWork: ali theChriftian Slaves, above thirty Leagues soand. are employ'd. Tasa. J*fy 19. Tlie Government having caus'd a large Qaaatiiy of Wheat to be bought on 'Terra Firma to fuppTy dKpsblick Magazine, it wa* nappily pertciv'd in cmpty-iag the Sacks, that Poifon was mix'd amongfl it; where-^oa it was all burnt in the Place of St. Mark. The ilafter of the Veffel. who brought this Wfccat by the Canal of Ercata, bavir.g abfcondcd, there is grcai Reafon tu fafp:�l hioi of having made fo criminal a Mixture. Scaaie his promi^'d a Regard of loco Ducais for llCMling hma. or any of his Acccirpliccs. R^i/icn, Jul) It's affiir^d, that the Kir^g of Great Britain, as Elcfior of Hanover, has fcot Orders to M de Bufdi. hi9 Miui'ler at Vienna, tu rcprcl'cnt theie, that the Cvan^ical ^tita prifled very hard, that a fpcedy Deter-ntaaiioa ntirlit br put to the AtVair^ of Rc i^iun in the CtooB^ of Hohei.loo, and tn�i the I'.tccution thereof, wkkh was given to ihc Margrave of Braadebourg Baroith, Might be no longer fufpcnded, I is reported, that the Evaageliral States have rcfolved to intreat that Prince to bring liiis Affair to a Crnclulion, and to afTure him, that dKy. in cafe the Iin()crial Court ihoald any longer throw Dificulur* io his Way, will lupport him in fo doing with all their Power. Frjr./ert, y�.A 27. A great Qinnuty of Corn has been bteiy bought in thcfe Parts, in order to be tranfportcd iato Lorrain, and the other Pruvtiices of France, to lupply itie Peoples Warns there, and prevent a Famine. ILarsitT, 'July zi. There is sThlk of introducing into dtis Eledoiaic tiie Regulation whicii 13 made ufe ol in the DonuDtons of the K.ing of i'rullii tor abridging of Law Suit*. �d hxiog a certain Time for their Dccilion. We kar tliat the fame Rcgulitioii is going to be put in Ptadice ia tirrcra] oilier Courts of Germany. Fwa, Jz^'y 2; 1 his l-ourt and that of Great Britain ill ipctdily a.fpoiat CcnimilViries (or regulating the Li-nits ol Acadia. tL^ut, 'Ji..'y 30. Mr Lcftevanon, Lord of Berkenrodc and Sir^co, Laving propo^ d to go Amballadi>r from the Repubiick to the i-our; ol France, their High Mightinefles kave ipj.-'rov'd ci liim, and a;>poiaicd turn ahcu Aniballador acooroiogly. 'Ju/} J�- 7'hc State has jull taken a Rcfolution, \tbai the Lords of the Regency, and their Families fliall be exhorted to wear for the future only the Siufl's manu-fiUiurod in the Countiy. and tu conioim in ttus ReipcCi (o ttc Example of their Royal and 6erene Higl.nclici. LONDON Ordersarc given for the immediate fhi|jping of fix hundred ^Jiand Ounces of Silver in Specie for New F.nj^lajid, 10 make jjood the h.aid his Fine into the Chamber of London, tu be exempted from fcrring that Office. The London AITurance Company have contrafled for a large Piece of Ground, late the Sword Blade Olfice in Birchin Lane, on which a large commodious Building will be creiflcj lor carrying on the Bufineft of the faid Company On Saturday died Mr. William Barnard, an eminent Merchant on the Bark Side. On Saturday Ull was married at Hempftcad, Thomas Home. F.fq; to Mtfs Anfley, Niece to Mf. Webley, of Chancery Lane ; a very beautiful young Lady, with a Fortune of 60001, and without the Icaft Tinfture of Flattery it may be jullly faid, ihc has all the necclFary Qualifications to render a Marriage-State agreeable. Yellcrday was married at St George's Church, Hanoret-Squarc, Thomas Rawlinfon, El'q; of this City, to Mifs Elizabeth Carew, youngetl Daughter of Thomas Carew, Efq; of Crowcomby in Somerfetihire; a young Lady of great Beauty and Fortune, and all Accomplilhmcnts to render the Marriage-State completely happy. On Sunday Morning the Bodjr of a yoUhg Man wai fcen floating near a Mill Dam in Hackney Kivcr, lod proves to be the Son of Mr. F'inch of Stratford. On Saturday Night fomc of the Attendants at Ranelagh-Gardens were robb'd and beat, as they were goings from that l^oufc laieJ!i|kltlie-JS/jilk-.ta the-new River, by Ccveral Footpads, who made off through the Hedges into the Meadows adjoining. On Sunday Morning a young Woman, drcft'd in a clean Linnen Gown, was foand drown'd in the Canal in St. James's Park, and was carried to St. Margaret's Bone-houfe to be owned. On FViday and Saturday laft Philip Phillips and John Barnes, Watermen, were convided by the Rulers ol the Watermens Company before John Reading, Efq; Mayor of the Corporation of Gravefend, for carrying in a Boat above the N umber of ten PaiTcngcr*, contrary to the Statute in that Cafe made and provided ; and they not having fuf-ficicnt to make a Diftreft to pay the Penalties, were committed to the Houi,: of Corr molt of the Ceniinrl Boxes in the CalUe were broke to Pieces, and fcvetal of them carried over the Ramparts. Yellerday in the Trial of John Smith, mentioned in our lalt, after pleading Guilty, he confcfled his having coined hve Shillings Sterling and no more, in Prefence of fcvcial People. He (etttioned for Traofportaiion, but, upon the fpecial jury returning their Verdict, finding him GuiUy, tiic Lord* fentenctd him to be earned in a Sledge to the Grafs Market of Edinburgh, and there to be hanged till dead, leaving the Nomination of the Day to hit Majtlty. according to the Form ufcd in the Court* of Oyer and Terminer. As there was no clear Proof againll Bradefhaw, Sen tence of Uanilhment wai paflcd agamll him to his Maje-(ly's Plantations in America i as was alfo againft John Long, HolUcr, in LeadhiUs, formerly advertifcd for ftcaling a Mare the Property of Mr Millar, Advocate i ai^d againlt one - llaU, lor Healing lome Cloaihs and Li neiis from his Fellow Servants. This Day by particular Dcftre will be a publick Break f.ilhng at Marxbon Gardens, aod will couunue onTuef days as ulna!. At Sadkr'i Wells. Ifltngton, this Evening. Mr Hemfkuk. Mrs. Smith, and Mifi Lowe, will hnK fcveral new Songi ; with Variety ol new Danecti by Mr. Harvey. Mr Vander iluys, Mifs Baker, Mrs. Hough, and other*. Several new Tucks in Tumbling. t>y Mi. Dominique. Mr Williams. Mr Pedro, and Mr. France*. The whole to conclude with Sc pio Afiicanui, or Harlequin Grand Volgi. Bach Pcrfoa (0 kc adniKicd for a Pint of Wine or Punch At ibc New Well* in Goodman* Fields, thi* Evening, will be fcveral new Performances by Monf. Tartiey and Mr ijendrick, and fevcral new Dances by Mr. )oc Gia-nct, Mif> CJrai lei, Mr Mile*. Mis. Mile*, and othcis Mr. Rookcr and Mils Agnetta will fing (everiJ new Song� Tuirbling, by Mr. Flendrick, Mr. Tarifey, Mr. janno Mr Miles, and others To which will be added. Whid'un Holidays, or lUilequin at Gieenwich. The who'c to coiuludc with itie Triunnphi of Peace Each Pcrion to be adiniiied for a Pint of Wine or Punch Great Variety of all Kmdi of ultful and ornametal fccond hand Plate and Watches, at Prices e.xtiemely lot* ; alio much Choice of large and (jiiall new Plate, chaled and pijin, hnifhcd by (he belt Woiknien, and in the moit �le-j;a.nt Talle, for Fxpnriatinn or otherwifc, coitlrice to be lo!d at Mr SlalfyrJ B/ikyc'^ old Shjp, ths Co-ner Friday-Street, Che^fid'", the Golden Ball onV.wlW* g". i a* ulual the molt foccy for Quantities ot' oT�I I^u� Watches, and jewelt, and for fuch as ar� pa�(�ed. High Water at London-Bridge this liay at Mtt�e^ after 0 in thi Morning, and 9 alter y in the Af-eriwon Yertcrd-�y Bai k Stock was nt? P�ic* InJn 5;a�k nN; t h.ilf. South Sea Stock no Price Ditto OM .Annukte* .c8 i 8ih. Ditto Nvw icS 1 hall a ; Sth*. Bat^k nuitics 1746, 107 J 8 h�. Ditio 17*7. no Piice. Dt.'.* Lottery 1747,. icC 1 4.ih Bank Annuities 1745^ soO J Stha. D.rio 1 .-49, ic(> 1 4(h a 3 Rth*. Three per Cmi. Annuities too 1 4th a j Sil:s. Million Biuk co Prtcff. Equivalent no I'tivc. R W Prem. hiiia ETovria 4I. lot. a I IS i^ITTAN's en iti-in NotvoMs Drops Itr xV^  � th� Hem), H)"(*�rcltf, Va,wi�^, F�niin^ aiul *>nri;� i-t Sp��-e�. Hilpital^.m .V J licini"�i>jl itie Hr^ic, lii:nbli'>)( at th� N��W,t. >ihl � in Mm. \V-niri>, a,i.i Ch>M*��. m m-eixt.N ijf-p�t t,rfK\Tt ihe Rri.lit 'lion, the �... >i M>i*, Iwi ^� Kunt'wii .. ( wNfm i� M'. Pi'UnS Poir-iiKin, whuh fie n.en.l p.jhISi in ih^it Tl�e. S.i.'d b� Mr. I'lt'on, t(i� 1 r prietor, lh�- Siy.� vt %\mr Vfm f>OMRlt HoMi-n K�n, Si.  Si-m, ���i-�ji>iiit .M. KalBxa'* c-t ^Ljuh'i }". r-'.� T. i ai alio tht Fe/i/icmt, A'��r/v� 69S l^itf. A-'i; .^iinvrij*. t�gitl'>r '-.iitk th.irMt^t, H'SX'".'^ '* '*?it�C�rv. ti l>e fan ttt tlh OJ.ct a Pit/m It ft* *�fr//,v.�M' t� atfticdl ctt ptiJ Srtlf, tm.i lidfcr tl\m. And �t a IXf^/k ef a; I /.r CI*/^. tr-in PrvfvjtinH thntln, it t� tt m�ii* h tlf Pirf^as ivi-bs j,*vJI funLifir ibt fii.l Sli^i anj Pettitu/ari, �li F.rji.vj 'aA�^*5wiI' atttit.1 ibt fiiiil S,.U are to taie fCvtict! tkrr^^l tmJ tiaufrtftarj fir that Piirptft \ .yt t/hrTl\- IXjy ej' ^a/f, //V Dcfofil jLilt It fii/iiliJ, J/j./ Lljk^ tiv PtxfKf^ ef iIm O-inttt. VICTUALLING O.^FICK. Jaly 24. THE CcKfttij/iannrs fir fi.'-:ua^rg its M^/if'i iViT� gift Satiff, tlhit e'l VruL't ri,.vf, .'tv {iit^ t�iSjar, i)i tit Fereiieaa, t'-ry 11,.'/ /. f.,..V /o tr.jtfi,-if\\u,/ir lit S^nricf of III Maji/iy'i S.t-y. ' I ^ HE Csmmijjio'itrx far ', 1 r/.� the I, Vt''->-i F �^tt >rT>J J[ Duti.-t utvt Ho:f/'/'j..Vi.j, .r /.J^*."'. i-.>/i.u- CV* cfLendan. titii mfft In .Uicutti-ni it at C^^.J- A r,', f,-iv, (St ItH eCJatk In r'.'t f n.'-.-t c>7 .'^-c - '. T?. r a-. attntil, ttn.iMirxrr in tirir /i.. J. .f IS tmfty, til' r,/l t.t t' ().-.�. ti Mr,. St;lh(,}, tiniui.i L'jiurl, ,1, tl:- f.i.i.ii (l.^^p. t:-.i, Ptrfaai cjnttrn.i ^ ef tht i'jJurFih'i^i'! ct i^'t (.iy tf l^n.kii gn^r \ f:U, that llvj rilrnj ta It It v:i A'l/>.:;/j Lot', fit ^ijj /'.�f�. ite fillatLing l.Jtt, f.-; i. Fuur Mffu.ig: i or Tet.' r,,r.!> '::i^fi I'lt ti. iT.-.f 5^il'�*" AUimunlury. m .1 I'n.'t i,sj...t (.'...'y nl > Cttrt. 0.1^ fi c-sTifi ^ iirj.-im ?''..rTr,ir SuJf, 'firr tJ'j-Vf P'- raitt ��.nil h hit t.^.t'.r jr jlpurM, iCT tl'c- Of lien of //.k di.Llt'i 2 Uut t^lrf.iugf or 1 tntmnl, iKitis IT.^rt!�^si',t ^nu if'xT CaHViHieUiitt Ih.ifto b.Lngtn^, 'itu.itt .U Sj:./i- il �/fi... -^r 0/ Dmtiifoot-Lumt 11 '//..imh i/'. a ) .11./ .mJ Bwi-ii t^a^i - ////II- ^ iiuit unMl n,ath, in tit (j^.a^^luH S' Ml 11 hunt. 5 (Jat Meffunge or Tinemert -1 tl\- H'.;! L- . Sit,,i tilii, iH tL (jituf.iiii^n ol n.j-r.^i :t 6. 'JMejjuiigii or !i-ng L.i'u , It I . u...t^'.....X .J- RiiharJ MkiiLiy an / U'l/h 7. A Iwge yault uiuier thi Fu-jl-ll't'y, or I'-j^J "t.m: [*^t. rmrnt in U'tjI-Smitt'fi.lJ, unr the F.aJ ./ C/'. '^.ri * BttiihiuJ at the Etitrtinct thrrrxf y'-^^^'.'-v i^ra -jlinv. 11 0 Ojf.i: .'1 /  ijuiiff-a.^ u'st. .^t OH ii / ,'> j rinliJ I'll) riA t..j I uJi Put.'t tl.. '.^ .> iit-'..' D Si AM AN, , J.T.J [Orit 1. :s i: r. by c"v\ 1 to ihc Or", ch ^fuj N Ijk.o.', U.? Mfc.-kU.) V.i.L.T.r l'rt,.ccj j.,!_v ICC.v ihr.l Iflj.cCI .. S'.4:r. Il.f l''.  � If. Hi, Si rr 1, ..'.d I  Rc.^ w .. i;. a;t.\�...'i ;