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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 19, 1749, London, Middlesex 1 le F R i D AT, May i0. 1^49 Afjry 17. RRIVD, the Fly, Ricktnls fi'offl FAlmoath ; ihc Duke of Cumberland. De(>ham, and tlie Mary Galley, Brixcn, bolh-from Malaga. Wind North-Eatt. Extras 0/ a Lrtt,-r fr�m th IlAr.uE, Anted Muy |8.  'I'hc Publick has been already ' made acquainted with the Sieur * GiiiU's being difntiffed from the Employment of Grand �,Penfiooary, and in fome Degree with the Caufc thereof: * It ^lll probably ihcrcforc not be unaccep'able to giv'e * fomc Anecdotes relating to that difgraccd M miller. lie * waa not of any diltinguifhcd Family, butraifcd hirnVf by * his Talent* at the Bar: He was feme confidcrabic Time * an Advocate, then was tnadc Penfionary of lUiihm, * aftiwWard* Second Grcfficr with Mr. Fajjcl, when the * Untie bf that Gentleman w.1s obliged by his great Age to * qtnthUEni&loymcnt; atlchgth,upon thcfuddcnDcnihof *' MrvVMderhisini he \va� elcdlcd Penfionary of HalLind An *. Air of Haoghiinefs and Arrogance |>reventud him fiotn * gaining many Friends, and his Cundudat the Head of the ' Party which had declared thcmfclvcs upon the Drath of Mr. * Vinderhcini for the Neutrality, having rcndrr'd him fttfpedfedi he became, when he went to Paris with Count * W'anenaer Ttvicke!, the Objert of the HHtral of all tie ^ Natltiiii but more par^icuLvly^by his Opp'.fuion the Prince of Orange's being defied SftidtholiJcr, Upon  this Octafi�>!� he owed the Prefervation of his Life to  the GtnerOfity bf the Count de Behtinck, who fcrecncd  him from the Fury of the People by giving hjm an Af; !uu\  in his PalaCiBJ in ObU|at!on for which lie was lo fa^ ' from making any Acknowledgment, that he could never  forgive his ^nefaflor for laying it upon him. All on a �. fudaQii kc.feetiifd to |iave changed i>i'ur to him might have ; (he therefore withdrew  it, arid left hini to take the Pate that has jull'y brfalUn � him� whici* every good l*atriot has wiihed for thefc two  Year* : For it has been this quondam Pcnftoniry who was the greateft Obftacie which hii-Screne Hijjhnrfs found in '"the ExetUtipn of many Meafurcs wh.ch the Piincc  thougkt hiteffary, atid which Mr. Gillis knew how to i traverle; aftdfeldom failed of doing fu by Mean* of Pco-^ pie of his own Turn, by purfuing the S/llem of the fold R4^ci)ty, and by tnc Lowellein Fadion, which,  throog^the Aid of the Maflt of Hypocrify, have rc-  m'aiaed in the Regenc*S  his Fall will caufc the f4aik which many uthcri hi\c  worn, to drop off, and Uut thereby his Serene iiijihiitis  will fee iiow viilainoufly hs has been dcccivcil.' Extaif of a Letter from Turin, dutcd Mny V ' The Kcfjrra ia ojr TiC"ops has occafion'd a lon-  mouon'in fcveal Corps, which has already proJuci-d  difagrceable Efftib, and will ftill be followed by ni^re.  'I'he firft BatLilion of the Reghncnt of Huttinger having ' beep broke, the Officers to the Number of ul\een g.i\e  out that M. Minutoli, their Major, was the Occ.ilion  thereof, traduced him in all publick Conipnnifs, reviviug  every Story ihey could lecoUeiJl to his Difadvantngc, and  enter'd into an Agrcemciit to fight him one aftrr anotl.cr  till thty (hould hivf thrir Rcvtiitc He whofe Lot it ' was to fjjjht fiilt, ha\itit; ftnt M. Miiiutoli a Clullenpc,  (hcMu3:>r was on hl^ Wiy to meet hiin, when he was ' put under AtreA by the Co rt. �vho h�d ^ot Notice of it  His Antaji^omU flitcrwards prffented a llaiiJcrotis Menioiial  aj;ainjl hi.n to General Lcutrum, who not unaci|uaiiiicd  with tl'.t-di!lingiiilh'd (ifltrit of Major Minutoli, (uppii.1 'il  ir. A Copy of this Memorial iicvcrihelcfj was deliver d  to the Sccfeury at War, who informing the King of tlie  Matter, his MujolJy appointed a Court-Waidul to en-  quire iAto it; but the biave Major, who huf fo often  liicwn hiinicif fupefior to the bcft-conduilcd Attacks of  hii Fnentyin the Field, unable to bear up ui-dcr tl.ij l.ovA  of unmerited Calumny, has put an End to the Affair on  hi.-i Pan, by retiring to a Convent.' iieuva, M.y j. The whole C iiy was in the iitm >fl Con- ftd^naiion, u|iou Advice that eleven Sail of IVnl'i's uerc ujK>n our Coiills. ttic largctt cf vvluch vva^ a Vcfiel car-r>ing twenty lour Guns, fnd four huudred Men i it being apprehended ihat they meditated a Dtfcenr, lo prevent which, four Gi.ll^es and a great armed Bark had been fent to drive them oH' tlic Coall and a confjdcrable Body of  ejjular IVoopi to fupport the liih.ibiiant., in calc they ih^U land lliimfu'il'. Mil, 20. A Pody of IFryfJjrvJck: ha-c la'ely renewed tlicr li.cjri! ;ns into I'ljluiJ. bat by (onie iV.Ulakc in their Inielligeucv' en.'cfed into a P.^it ol tlic Country �vhcre a BoJy of I'oliih Horfe h:id ihcir Q^iartcrs. v\ho attacked and routed thini, ki.ung i'.iid ruJcing ali^Mc.i Chairman of the Sclfions at Hick* Hall, in the tcvm tn IJ the Ri^ht Hon. Sir John Norrii. Thi' Week died Mr. Filher, at the Vim^Twcna in :le Miiiories, the oldell Inha^tant in that. Pbil^. S'' ' cf marly lie go^ igrtii.ll fcotbolic lhtf��m>r, itnd very' fucccfifully drunk \n l.itn* ir:�d to ancnu dunog ihi.v;�i;tntn�r * Sr�ili win be piovidcd as ufttal at Othdp I'l-tCi's Whcie Waters aK- .!r nk ; _lJ^Ls'. ~YWh~Wj -r A, )!olHif(n-}T rti?? th}j uiTJ' *r .-i :o f)'d .'VtimMttes ic6 i 8tb. \y.l^C> NiA- irj? ail 5 j Par-k AliiiviJtu* left. Duo '-f?. 'vi,c. L>iti*4;oJ crv (,.|;. i(f)a iiJIth tttflk' .Anwaitici '�~\^, toj  h*U a icj a 1 Athi . I hrcc per Cm: Aiuv.'itcs ioi> a 9^ 5 ^i.i,\^e,,-.\> 1 half. Her, in and after Trinity Tcaa tjf4^ Mifldhfaiti 'Tuefday May 30. Friday June t: Thurfday 8. After Term. Thurfday June ij; Thiirwj* ' liint f. Turfday 6. Afttr Temi. Friday June '6. embark a coLhiciublc iieinlwfci-ii.trtt of Trjop* lui the ^�.TJc Place. LONDON. , The William ;irKl Ann, C.ipi. Waliicr, Iroin Car liua for Jamaica, v..r lytf in her I'.il' ij^^e, the Crew |�vcd. On Fiiday lail hi^ Cji..cc iliC Uii.\c of Atbolc i/ni luar-littl to Mils Dr .itTiiiiJiid. ^ We hear that YillcuJay in the Evening there was a grand Entertainment, whiih cnJcd with a fupcib Ball, at Mr. Thorpe';,, [ijg l.tbcck's Head I'avern m the Strand i at y'faich Mcie prefcni fcveral kitiji^a MiOtilei), and tsan/ twrer o� St. Dunllan* in O.c Eatl. f r thf Hrrtiit or the Charity Childrcii of CornhlU ar.d I.in-c .it.cr Wardt Kar6l3j>h Iloufc and (i.vrdcas w:l' nbe C'iei.cd on Monday i'lvenirg rext, oa actouni of die .Airp>uLcaiic beinii iheu ci>g..j;cd tor a piiv.itc Fntti an-ucui The ulual lintertannn'I', ivill b:.- on rat\!.lj> Ev.i.inj;, aad ihc lire I'lfcs will be lijji.tcd that Ni^j-'it. 'I hi; linieriaiiunehti of Cup�?r"s CJarJin* will continue this and tvt y iivenn ;.; iti.ring the Siimnicr r.f-iion. -nd coiiiluile wjtli an ex:ti Kc prcfeiifaion of riip magnifier rt fi^urt.t, 1 raii(|�arcncic�. A.c. and ilic tirewoiks 10 imitJitc a^ i>c4r nt pfjUi'i'e the Kr>tal onei in the Cirren P.Jik. 1 lie nrat' HtliOibljiKc and ISciufy of li c I'liewO'ki have given g'k\l at h ; 1 nai To 11! nh will be added, ihe lall new I'.Rtcrisiciiirni ra!!'d Itic Aoi'tion. I'o conclude wuh a ntiv i. j ;4:ig Fpiluguc, call'd lit for Tat, or the t>iiiUi;^liiV\ r�pjris l':4Ce� 10 be taken at the New Ttjca:re in inc Hay Market. William Barton, of Kuckholt Ruufc n FllcJt. brg� Leave to acqaamt la SuKciibcis. and the ttH of Friends, that there will r.oi b: a Cocccit or Oreakfdit Uji Monday the zQih intlant. on account o ttc iior^ourabfc the Lall Indu compan) having an Enieitaii.Rttnt ti\cii thui Day, but ivtll be con'.ina'd th zzd inlian-. ;.ni all �>;i:cr Mt>nJ.i)s during tlic bi:uiiiier beaton. There is �if> fVo-Viauu and CoTvvcaietvce 10 cntcrtwo ai:y Namber of Per loi.i any Day in the Week At iudlcii Wells, Ifliiigion, this Eveping. Mr Ooaii-iiitj'ie, Mr VVil'iams, and Mr. Pedro, wi.'l pencs in Gro-telLj^e Lhaiacteri, ne^er p.rlorni'd iicitirr, cjii'd Whilfuo Holiday� : or. Harlequio at (ircenwich Ttic whole to cjndudc k^iih the Triumph) of Peace l;iiian�ia. M's. M ilea i Ma/3. Mr Miles ; Peace. Mrs Dch. I'icr. \ i^ory, Mr Dtlavilier ; hamc. Mr. B� ftW Speed, weat V^r he-, by wtith Accident her Face and Body ^caiandbriiii'din a tcrstble Ma 'ncr.   On Wedrffcfday s Bo)rlbat bftd bs confined lor Otb\ return our linccr* H hsi^ki to oar i;ent;f0us antf unknown Bencfiftors for a Guitm njt into ccr Bcfgiiig-Box tills Day inclofcd in wiatc P.:pcr. l-ikc wile for two Half-Ciuineas by fcj>�rat(; Pat\te* Ycilei-day, which were equally divide�it to et�i grt-iT Kcli-f. and the Comfort qf our unhappy Fatuilks. wi�>. w tkoui tUe Benefits\ve receive from �(eU-diCpyfed CUnJtiaus, woald be reduced to oofpcAable Hanifliips. ....... . ' ' L ' St. Pe cr in Cornhil), by the �T S:,. 1 ovvJ)Tl�^ rlf r,yj u.^P^mm^^t.'M }e ^if the K.mIs ot Hosc�MMr�N* M�. Wahm. Mr TirKKi, �T'.ii other te!tbi4ti.dWfttWi, tf i*h*.tdt Wotki it).�� sr.? 1 �i5 firall Re-� n. t-nmr4�vr | j^n* R. 1 mi n �ni S, Dtsftr. in ih! Strsn 1� * : .i NPVW c'OLLECTIOaN'* -'Z' . X/OYrVGLS a.iJ TRAVKLi;, m Four, V Vrlua t�. t>^jtn>, � . Vtfir\ fat r. Ai?!*5-. tini (ciM tjt R. It^U-viU'jun. st tht R�f� iln P��rf .n!>Rer-R��'�.  l N.ir. 'in. V.if.V i- (n\ fUt'.m 4^1111 tt��t i Tl�c!l;t'Iin�l irirntw prn:i;i;4i Tii 1, tif r>it'r i tlia CKunr Iti-i uf Prillirv ; y>l\ti ,� �rKi v.crnunj", Tt.J'j J 1 '.^rd�/ I'cK/mitvti', I'h titult e/'III .\Ly/!f't S'jifJ th. .I/Vicv.v, 1)14 V��;� Afa!;/.'j^!i, I?/ qij ifuj, Lh-.jlit, t.j 703 1(vi, J/.-ttfiti/^i tf .�Iti t^i^f/l^-. t/r I'-.r c/ri,-,,, .-.rtl-.x ,i /. ..//V. hu^jWifidYarAx nii;^if /'r>icij �i .If Hi J: t J J. ti ^t/iKd ih f.-,id Snlt, ttHtt M/ff f- m. /i".! i.> It D i/t! f'' t".'iKiyPv( I'iu'idi *.r Cer in i'i �f'ill lin , .: /. L I'.i. i /� /':,.v:lo JjhM titti'hl tlI fflis ^Ijtl'y't A': T at Tin i, (j^ii ; tl^.t ti s 1.1.1) .11.', rr,/ I fivi- t\ fi. . t>ut eii U'ldi fd.iy tot 3 J- fi^ll!^)./, lL\ Mitaj.^, tiiif iviJi />i /.-.../, fa ii ^-..t-f.u-j .1//;..// 'ui./i-,^ ta lafrlf i,. M.pi.^'t l',iid nitl HJ.{iK.iiA,ri //�,../, c: ii f.'.,r.J,r;i^ il^iilriUfi I !t T vt.>'iHe. .'r.v-r. A.; Mav li, I .J.9 �i, f,... A.;... ii:J i-J Ju.id..^ tit (u It ij'tuMt AU-i/, ./ iu.-i.,a JiJ:(i 11 fij,' .�>.:!,-, Lim'iifiWi-jlii^li.t i-.iiiit it.utii u$ III Ojru /" /fj M^jtj^'t i'iujfiiftf'.n^ti! f rtttivf Tc-ut,' I (fiititJ If J fix"., w:d tr,f.s with Jkd'Vcrfiiit vtjhiili k I'ii'itiAl, /^yV.'v' f'd Y.I'd in n Jiii'v'lrg OiHi tr. ,t, iLii/j JuMlb f.rnKg 6t.rf, Cjltr Stanc, (Jl/I StttKt 4'!j'.lti Ston:, I'U r-.s-iit FlrJmri it Hull Stone, 1 t4avy-OfRcr. May 11, 1 rig. "*//� P,iHufJOf.. i\ud,, t^fe. of Lu M.uf/lyi Sbif RwiMt Hurtlf 6}9 fail 11* Purihmf.^ it to j/f^jit f*rLMf. at tU'limt cf J^rrtmenl, 'zitfi^ D,fe/it it ti btfvrftitM l� tit Ott'^.n, im tuft ih* Fiitij dill/ mit pny tin RtlmtliJti> ^tht Punbt^cMatey f it* Irtufurtr tf kn hlajefyUNwuyt Of ;