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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 4, 1749, London, Middlesex                                tfttAiiy;-!;^"'  ^^ltlrilT*^.....i.ii January a EMAINS, the Henrir, Royile, fbr tSertOi; ivitU Jlie Sivedim: SWp. Arrived tbe Rictwhl ami ^rab,^ Gr�y, from M�-yl�nd.� WW 8. Ydterdaf arrived  Mali from. HotLARD. Turitt, Dtf. XI.  By Letter* ar-riv'd from Nice we are inform'd, that cf ery thing relating to the Re-. CiOMlil and BTacoation of the conquered Coontrier, or, tliofc ijmcd ta be given ap in Italy, being fettled, the; Cmiircr* WW broke np. That in ihe hit Gonference, After vara Debate*, it was refolred, through the Inftaocit of Ac Kmg'a 0>ininUrarle�. that tiie Placci (houtd be given sp hk the fiUB^ Condition tkey were, in on the Day when vie iheliiniMStes were figned} and that the Conrt havitig^ nOeivcd fone Difpatcbes from Chamberry with, ah Ac-, Moatf^at the Spaniards bad demolifli'dfoine Works tvhich ^ktj hidi added to the CaiUe of Montmeliaii, oar Commif-ffirtei hii made ttnt^ Repxcfcnutionsthereapoiai but to fid Dtt. sc.   As it ym not poiBble to adjull every tiling at Nice, it is aflurod, that new Commiflariei will a&mble a^ Crenooa, in order to Ytgiiljjp wifr ft'iitet' CbSHKrc^ the Duties on McrcKandlze, iat; Ltoiits, and; '�dier. Points kt refped to the Countries which ara to bis (hrcD ap to the Infant Don Philip. Tha Bxehangv of- Prifoncrs on both Sjdcs watle' the iCdr, in good Order and with great fixa^nefn. at ^ietra -lavaiTara. agreyablw to thfi-Coi^eiitjan figned at f�fice the 4th ioHant. Orders have been already dirpatched tO cracoate the reilored, nnd to provide Subfiiknce for the Troops which are garrifanM tncre. Uaiuc, Jaa. 10. Gcnsral Cronftrom arrived Le:c fxvo Day*.ag**r in Confrqucncc of ao Ordor from the Court-Martial. which has been appointed to examine into his Condiifi nt Bergen-op Zoonu The Su:es of Ho-iand arc fummoned to meet on \V�il-ftieid%y next; and 'tis orpciltd tliat duriiijj tljis .Aflembfy dicy ivill tatc into ConiiJiraiion tlic iivciul I'iuris which have been laid before ilicm. for makiog good the Dili-cieny cccaiioncti tu ihtii Revenue by die Abolition of tbc i ariDs. LONDON. Letter ffcni Chamberry. daieJ Dec. zt;, fay, that ihe yoiir.g I'rtlfuiJcr war. aii:\'J tlicre, attcjiilcd by ten or t-ji'vc iscotch tit-nilcmen, .\vllieri-iiis. lie Iccfps him-' nJ f}iMi>is a great Part of liib J'iini; in It ii fupi ofcJ ih-it lie will continue there is ready for hti Reception at I'liboiirt;. From I'arii l:icy write, tliat tliey nic ftill hard iu worl^ in all the Ports of the KiugJom in builJiiij; Men of War, and that '! wcuty Milliou:� Will be em ploy'd to put rhe Marine into a good Sutc, the FuniJ? buing already found ; and they likewifc fay, that Orders have been ifTur J for recruiting and coniplcating a.U the old Corps of the King's Troops. Tliey write from Genoa, that the Senate have under Deliberation, whether or not thx: I'ott of tlwt Capital ftiall be rwader'd a free Port. The Right Hon. the Karl of Lincoln is appointed CcmptroUcr of the CuHonis, with a icvcrlionarj* Gram to bis Soa. The additional Companies of Co! John Lee's Rej^imcnt of Foot are ordcrd to be diftarricd: Wchcar ihit his Royal Highnth the Duiic's Rrtinient will b( c^arter'd in Durham: That Part of Geiteral Dland's Regiment of Dragoon5 will be, Quaria'd in the City of LJiabuf    : An4 that another Re^i mem of Dragooni will iis'.;. f.^iar-ters in>Perih and Stirling. Tha Sarah and Eliiibeth, Capt Portland, fioni leghorn for Catffiina. is loft near the Bermuda inands; iJic Lrcw laved bva Vcffd-fmcc arriv^ed at Phil.^dclphia. Laa-Thurfday died at Lee Place, near Grec.T.vih ia Kent,'frfaomas Boone. Efq^ Brother to Charle, lioonc. Efq; decca�'d, formerly Governor of Bombay in the I-all-indies, aod Uncle to Daniel Boone. lifq; Mcmbes of I'ar tiamcfR lor Stockbiidgc, to wiiom he hii Ic/t the chitf Pan of bis Mate. " Ull ^Mfc tiled it fail 'm CatBiaN thtnOiice. H^mttluT Malnwating lfawortk^Sf fan of Hertford, .   ,     , , The Wotkmch belohging to the. bpcra-tloufa hare bcin theft two Dkyi at Work at Lwcerter*Houio, build-: ing a Stage for the young Princes ahd PttntfefTes, jlrc. to aa! Cato on. ..... ,   , ,il   . "A great Numtxr b/ "JVeft-Country B^gcs have been Ropt at Shcppi^noi\ fotn9 'tittw^ On account of Ute great Floods. . , ,    " l.aA Week the Richtnond Coach was rQbb'd by a frngl^ Highwayman, who took from th* Pbacfiman fome SiWcr, but told him, if the nextTim^M had4 betfer Pare, he WQuld ir^urij hii:M<)�|�y, a# ^mee^ alfo to drink hii .:Health.:; "r\  .� f':^^ .� On Monday NigKt Mr.. Aliaondt a Weaver in Spittle-fidds, �iis robb'd by threes Fetl9w� near Htirc Street ia Btick-Laae/Of A 9tim of M�f&'t)� (hat he h�d bocn to. re-..ceiveat.Bethn4-^x09a�, ;hi$ llreaft, iit�i.fl�ouid..kUlhim, aiid- that thdjot �tlling�Ott. him,-4te complied; for feat of b^iag. fc~ Wriiing Letters. Unui every iliin  carnelll-y antreat�tl�tl�ei|ino fnare'bis. lAfc i onwfucb th�ry  afk�;d.. W^t %otfied J^fe, il^ already iillnjJeo,.  he coiiW no longer get $is Livmg as an lnf^�'(^lc^^ M^tt  many-other .maiiciouii Scoifs, they ordei'i hi� Nb((; to'be .* cutoff, then hiJ Privv Parti, after an Interval, to pro-'  long ))h Mifcry ; at?B thus by ftow Dcy.rtes to.;k; av/ay  hts Life.    The Nobleman, aftonilh'd at tliir Relation,  ord?;*d ,him pUt.: rigotouily put in Execuiioii, to prevent any Mifchicfthat mayanfc to hisMajei>y's Sul>jeiJ>'; The Penalty for making, felling, &c. fiich Works, is I'lvc Pounds for e�cty Of fence, and for permittin;^, or c^ufing them to be fit'd. fr jm any Houlc or jjuildiiij^'., or in any Street or Lane, Twenty Ehillinps for every 0!tctite. lor the Benefit of the Perfor.ncrs. The joih Day'* Sale. On Saturday nex*, the 7lh inflant, at ins A-itlioii-'Room, late the New Theatre in the Huy-M^ikrt, Mr. hoote will exhibit a Choice CoIle<\ion of Piilure*, all warranted Orij-inaJ^, with fomc entire r,cw Lor� , and an Orsiion in PraiJe of Sijjht, ai at Edinburgh, O.rlord, Cambridge, DuLlin, and fortigo Univcifitics, sviih a Dance in Charaftcr." I'Uccj for the B^j.xei to be taken at the Au�lion-Rooin. "^Phe ;\u�tion to brgin cxattly at half an Hour after Si.x. The Way to Ke th's Chnpcl is through Piccadilly, by the U.nd of ^. Janiei's Street, and down Clarges-Strcct, nod turn on Vtie left Hand. Tlx Marriages (together with a L  Jc-ParkvCorner, oppo-fuc the great Chapel, and within ten YnfJp of it i ihcie IS a Porch at the Dopr like a Country ChurTh Porch. The DeTciipiion of the publiik F aj^ Night.'  ' ~ Y�^�rd^iqr%iifli~6M S�Ji Stedt, �t>? I i|lh.   Ditto Old Arnti-tids looii I Ith a t 4th a Diltj> Kcw� noPikc; liank Aimaitic* S746. no Piice. ' Dit^ ly^r, 96 % Stitt a ) 4tK� Dl�� Mtt^y �74;, 1 half. Bank Anniudei ,if4�, 96 1 half a.t 4th a t hair. Three per Oti. Aik nnitie*, no PrictS, � MiQid�'Ratik� ioi 1 hallT ^ F^*siva^ lent, no Price. Royal AOuramc. yow Lrndra ASS* rs^ic*, 9 7 8:hj. Engliih lopjvr, no Prkvk Seveo pef Cent. * BiB^ror'a Lisan.- li^. * Ifite'pei' Cent; dhtii, ao Price. Bank Circuhtien, a5t. Pteiik Ibdia livs^h a^^.9s.;a.i8t.-RtW** '^f'";, ''V' ' : '  Thd    Dh    it rfP^lfitd a*. ^4^/ Jl . Ae�4rro; I e�r.K tb�.n;ai�}ar.M�l. TcmIm�s MklhMMlia OiH�. tit. . Mi Cri�*'tn tbcir RftKVlMi. B>   tkf 04TIO   St k fit,   . Ptint�il Am jt�ie Amhar, atxt ftU by A. Miilv, �i\1VERSA1.  MAGAZINE rThallirtaryi^tbe. * a <�rt i� Rt^rtfeWitiort el* ih* CH rinil H�i>iti warn bjf ttic fti-�Mttif Iwibe Aato d*-^�. ' i(<|.  UtiX Pkcn at fomj ttcat . . �t. uthtt m feLru� n  r ub 'i,' mb . U w.aut be tt^t'.oi Jtt, It ffiill be ,(.ojl)'f',CT�-iii ik^ t'.�w.(..i 'A*i.i.ar. ___________ g!fc'   iV>/i..-,   //��/       Fri^' f m.xt,  rn*       i 0.%lh f "/-rr far !Oi Ft, ! if Ujudta, J r thl^.TViit Fo'Jii'JU ;t7TY!o o />! / iiJ /Iff AV.' *h^tj*g tc ih, f 1/1. ./�: intt -�>�.(/ f    S..� y,-" *> ?/�-/.� 'mjy, %t&,m th '*,.'�'/' i ""^ "'�� fi-'* C-m^itTt0 art iikruui th..: th y Jhcuiil- tnf'i J-r-^Milfj^inMumt' fielurt If'/-.''  itimr H�J ib� Cb.iK^n rf tit U f.iti;r i aicJ ftr thit Pit'fi/t f!tt C-imnitftt h.i'Vl rij^/i,'!^ ttl IH{! If f>j-l a' th. t," i^rrj J9 *er* S'Jf tf lift Hi J t,,tJta^ Ij ibt }li/'-:i.J, f!L�ii J Wrf.V, amJ Sb-i$ aitjsi'ii'ig. //tx i'trftm It r� c9 (..(V�a I a\na tv&sJ ll* Kojll  Euluil-^,  on   fi<^��i .-Vl'l.'j  n;i.:i�m ?��   l*r�r  TlXiUm ifVcA \'i L� jl|':(t;i:cJ [u the |tja i
                            

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