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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 5, 1749, London, Middlesex                                file fia^ ^Aci\^fa THURSDAY, Januahv 5, 1749. DtaU January 3 ^jSlEMAlNS. ih* H*nry. RtrwJe, for "^-^1 GcnM,  with the Swediln Shipw with as per jail.   ^>B�i S W. arrived a Mail from PRAHCI. P*rh jf^'.i-maiiit Jen. tO. The Newt of the Sufpenfion of the Evacoation of the Conqucr'd Places in ihe Lo^v Countriet is confinn'd from all Quarters. What has been faid in Relation to the Dake of Modcna is not the only Caufe of it, but a fecret Anicle to which the Bmpreit Quern will not confmt. It't thought by fome People l|>crr, that this Article n.lates to theii^noefe; but be that however as it will, it*� reported that i^is will be the Occafion of a Rupture t that the King of Praiita will be an interelled Party in this Affair, artd in order to accompllfli his Views is augmenting his Army ; aed that Prance is to enter into this Scuffle as Auxiliary, tn cafe Things cannot be (ettled in an amicable Manner. The Infant Don Philip has latdv fent hither feveral Officers' of his Hoiilhold, to buy Rarities iind Curiofities to vdoni the Ajpaniaena of his Caftle of Parma, &c. I'he Duke of Modena has. a magnificent Equipage and Liveries making here, a^inft he goes, in the. Month of May next, to uke Poflewoa of his Territories. It's reported hoe, that the Cbunt de Maurepas will be created a Duke, and that there will be a Change in the Miniftry. of Twent, that a Woman who had mnrder'd her Child, Laving been brought on the Scaffold in order to be executed, and twelve of our Soldiers placed round it to keep off the Spedators, zoo of the I'roops of Wolfenbuttcl sathered together, beat off our SolJicrs, and carried the Woman to a Place of Safety. L     O      NO     O      N. On Tucfday Night his Excellency Henry Legge, Efq; Envoy Extraordinary to the. King-of Prul^a, arriv'd in Town from Berlin. *Tis expeAed that a Chapter of the Garter will be hc!d next Thurfday at St. James's, to fill up the vacant StalU of that Moft Noble Order. And wc hear that his Royal Highnefs Prince George, ddeft Son to his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales, wiii liave oiie of the vacant Garters. By Vitffclj from the Weft-Indies we have Advice, tUrit near Seventy Sail from North America, which harrtrd away with Proviiions, &c. to the French Iflands upot) ihe Ccflationof Arms wiith France, have been rcfufeU IVade and obliged to go to fome of our lOands, 10 diipofc of ~tkeir Cargoes. Thty write from Charles-Town in South-Carolina, of the 3d of QAober, that the ChafUw Indians had lately tat off � Family of French fettled near .'New Orleans, ot which they had brought to Charles-Town a young Lady am! four Nraro Women ; the reft they kilPd and fcalpcd. The young Lady it Mademoifelle Chavall. A Ship arrived at Bofton in New-England from Pifca-taqua, brings Advice, that a Ship from Annapolis was call away near Georgia, and all the People pchfli'd. This Day the Corpfe of Mri. Finch, RdiA of the Hon. William Finch, of the Inner-Temple, Daughter of Sir William Holkins, and Aunt to the prcfent Dutchds of Devonfliirc, who died at her Houfc in Queen-Square. Qrmond-Street, aged 90, will be carried from thence to be interred in a private decent Manner at Oxteed in Surry, the antient Burial Place of the Family. She was a virtuous Wife, a tender Mother, a pious Lady, and a eood MiUrel's, and died much lamented by thofe who hcd tTie Favour of her Acquainiance. Laft Tucfday died Mr. Dorton, Mafter of the Oxford-Arms Inn in Warwick-Lane. Sittings appointed in London and Middlefex before the Right Hon. Sir John Willes, Knt. Lord Chief Jufttce of his Majcfty's Court of Common-Pleas at WctLiiiiafler, in andjifter Hilary Term, 1748. Middlefex. Thurfday January 26. 'i'ucfday January 31. Tuefday February 7. After Term. Tuefdoy February 14. London. Friday January    27, Wednefday Februaiy 1, Wednefday February 8. After Term. Wednefday Fcbruafy ic. Yellerday one Ofborne was committed to the Gatehoufe by Juili-e Fielding, for raviftiing one Sufanna Tabart, a Girl oi^Dout eleven Years of Age. Ntwfa/I/r, Dic. 31. On Monday laft the annual Charity of Walter Blackett, Efq; our worthy Mayor, and Re-prcfentative in Parliament, was dtftributed to upwards of 8^0 Perfons. who,attended at hi� Houfe in this Town for (hat Purpofe ; they every one receiv'd a Sixpenny Loaf, a large Piece of Beef, and Six Pence in Money. Edinbrnrgb, Die. 19. Ycfternl^ht about Ten o'Clock. one Daniel Johnftone, a Nobleman's Servant, being in the Lawn-Market talking with an Acquaintance, fome Soldiers quartered in the Caftlc were going that Way, and one of them came up to Johnftone and his Comrade, and challenged them for Ulking about him, tvhich Johntlone rcfu-(ed, and dcfired the Soldier to go to his Garrifon, where he ought to be at fuch Hours, oihcrways he would call tlic Guard; upon which the Soldier fworc if he did. he Mat a dead Man, and thereupon drawAig his Swor^, ^ft sut him in the Face, and then run him through ^e Body, fo that he expired in a few Minutes. The Murderer made his Efcape by the Way of the Weft Port; feveial run in Purfuit of him, but we have no Account as yet of hts be-mj; apprehended. We hc;ir chat there has been a terrible Fire at Dundee, and that ten or twelve Families have been burnt out. On Sunday next two Charity Sermons will be pvach'd io the Parifh Church of St. Buiolpb Aldgate, tor iffe BenrAc i)f .^h^ Charily Children of the faid Parifti ; that in the Morning by the Rev. Mr. Taylor, Rcflor of St. M�iy Aldermary, and Archdeacon of Bedford ; and that io ilic Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Sliinacr, Lc}t�boil* m ShMi.>��. ik�tr Rt4niwM by i^>Ki>�4 PiMt*. Tte whots r�tfNat* k*. /�/  JOHN   HAMILTON. Prfnw/ fat Danwl Bmvw. m Ik* Sbtk Sttta �r{u_, . Thoour OAorar, in Cf<�'* Im| '�aJ At^tt* mOm, m. Httt, ofPo^t* Kathcriar^tntt hi llM StMHrf. Prif* cf the t�� Vol��M�        i�iMW sl. les. � January 5. .yat. ^nnHS ammifitnr$ fir imi^i^ m/mim^Sri^^ X.        tltfird t� mttt mt ihfir Ofcf, t^tt Old tmUtif TirJt tm^Hffdajf th^ iOlh i*/taitt, M �it^ tXM     fit f�rMM*. r* tntjiiftr 0/ m d*ttv*rdty Mr. Lmkfyti tbiir SugMtf, )Tf<( t-fi Oftmhm ml t� lit Sitittitt *f tht Wtfi*rm ffst^-t^t *md lixtj Tft* dnhtt* afm t*ii^g d^w tht tw i�ttrmtJimtt ^Mmattd Jiftbtt. , JOS. AtLOrFK General Poii CMRct. D^. %U 1748 PVBLtCK Sttitt ititrrfygrmn, ri�riUjCW^,^�Uw Lttitrt bftmntm tttjit KtMdtm 0tdl lUdttniam StthtrUnd,. it mtw �ftm%     tit ITtn afO/trnJi mJ^lAmt tit firfi        fir fUndir, ^titl it'fimimdidiJiSlit Opitt, mf*m Mtrn^ lit tpk J^V tf tit Htxt tdUt^ �f itMtr, mftm tit MutJay a*d Friday tf tvttj ^t^ �i s^/, itrttt/trt, imfirmtr fimtt t/^ Ptitt. 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