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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 11, 1749, London, Middlesex                                �ffrAi'fiiiJMWi W E p N K S D A Yi jAittf AHir ii, 1749. ^'1 ped, January 9, .     ^ AiAZ down, tlie Eliulietli, Lod-ftone, fur Dartmouth t the Nonpt-r�tU Dkfcerron, for Bermudas the Xitdaftry, Cook, for Dublin. The .Scorpion Man of War^ �vhh the above and oatward>4Mund, remain. Arrtr'd, the Elizabeth, Skinner, from Newfoundtand, and thei Baltimore, i Anter, from Virginia, both for .. London.  Wind S, S. W. Y�fierday arriv'd a Mail from Hoixahd. . Ltghtm, Drt. a^. By the U(k Advices fi-om the Illand ^l�f Corfica it appean, thai fihce the Qaaitel betwcin the two Heady or the Malrtontenti GailialpV, and, Mattra. ^"I^liel^ii the latter wu wounded with a^i(lol Ball, the whole Partr. is divided, the Friends of each hat'nig a Kind of : CSw-.War, thcEfftfAsof Whkh thtwid themfelves every l^jr by foma Murder or AfiyCination. As th� Party of 'Goittiid is Wtnoft'formidable, the Family of M�tra has -determined to .mire frt^oi Corficai, and to .pais tntd Sar- fant Don Philip wtm arrivM at Antibes, '' 'fcot "?hal At Wa� .reported there, that his Royal Highnefs /   wonld nake.a Tonr toAJ^K !n Provence, to wait for the /  . Ylincifs his Confort, tn fn^er to go together to Genoa ; ^JB^ tirtuhty woa!ld alfo make a.!Ij?M-JaLyjepicc,_apA V iMfti thence to iikfltt; {q that it wim thought the/ would 'not iiyviB^at Garcia oil towards theEnd of April. Bttm^t t^n. ji.  'iThey write from iVfodcna, that an ; ^ .'Exj^ordswas airiv'd there with Orders Ibr tlie AulUian'and Pieonotttcfe Troojte v^ich are in that jOutcliy,^ tb rifpend I    their Milrch for fome v^ys; they, ^era t* have fct out^ 'f   the Bepnnittg of next. Month, andnp Body here can con-* ^   jfeaara what fhoddotiufton. this ]>eiay. it's alTur'd, that . die Court of Vienna pretends^o have a Righ^to-garrifon '. SKrandola, and that this k cont�fted by the'l^uk^ of . Smtifitm^ 9<, The IJoke orTjBSxe-&b^ ac-cqi�ed �if the lyfie^oiLpfiter'd by. tiiilLing of PrUilla; for amiably .determining. Jthe Dif^iiacet between tha^ Prince and die lapaniat CoiUX. on Accoimttdf iKe Tdtciage of ihe yolang Dulce of SaxerW(3'maHahdi:!�irtiaiichand as itVlBbr/d that tl^'Coott; of Vi�nn4 will not rejeft this Mediation, it's not dbufaM b|ic that fhis Affair, which ;liU;'made To n^oclt ^lotf; in the Entpire, wiU (uon be fthiOi^l to.mutual Sati^fa^Hon. ' It's further (iud, that the, DukiEa of $9Xe-<^ptha aind of Slxe $iuifeld.Co1raurg, yill lMlhi6f.;tt^ be.Tutors of the yonog Prince t tnat-the *fi^i^,jiirwjhavet]ieAdmiitiftratiQn of \|l^ S^, and^t this ICity will now be evaonaicd in a Ihort , TSine. .We areieverjh^efsWormed^ that  Body of fi�-:;^�iiBatt|Iidns;;:^��'aeioaIly niircliing from Valenciennes �nM4!(m^towlBtLr-i.oaVslin and Tirh:monti'where.a larg(| Ili^liSity of P)o|ir and ocbcr ProiuAons has,been fcot for-ifitM^&tbfillance.The Tforfo faave..Orders, to      their VQSaa#t�.t>f Canto^mait, but it is nqt known where they iretd'thanflr. JBirgm^pZiiMii Jan. 13.  Oriat^Daigenco is ufcd in >,lfepamngthe Fotti6ca|;>PQS of thiti City {^ut thepweiling Ijhiu^areBplhing'ibiit aHcapoflRuins : The Dcftruaion iJft^Kiitn. has-been fo extraordinary, that in &ycral r^cvttavthe Streets cannot ^ be difttngttiihed, and the r�->flW�lif^JUQ fei'^at fldo^ inthem, can (carcely �w out dw Ground they flood upon. .y^^Mtt�*�7im-*/^-  Tlie Princa jladtholdcr has received %JiiqpixU'an Aetbadt from Msjor-Oenerala Corna��, J?lB|%jhe .Dutch which aye Prifoncrs of War in ^fNapje, and wh|ch liiU amount >to f^oO'lAm, are to 1^their..March HometVArdi on the (8th Inflanr, Columni,twii upon V'aicnctennes, and.theother upon , mjwm*~ Ti�e CourtTA^hrdal appointed for the J^xhrnination "^jTlSeaeralCtonflrom, began their Sidtipgi! Yeftcrday. Tl>e ;  B�l of Albemarle ainived'^t thelfjigue .thivMoraing. Jit^m^~yiuit^iS.  M. Ammon, Bnv'oy from the King �f Pftiflla, delivered the 8th a Memorial tu'ihc States Ciatiral> wbereia he reprcfents,  That the King ku f Miller Aaving been informed thattwp Regimei)ts >a the * fcrricc of their High MightineJTcs had crpffcd tlie Bail- * fiageof KefTcl, fftthout havjng aJHjtd .Leave, hisPtiUlian * Majdly had dtarged him %o mak�; fuitable Reprefcnta- * ^ktaujpon this Su^t^. &c. Whereupon the States Gcne-f nljUve ^ivea the moft punfti-.*! Ordcrs'to avoid every * a hiajg which may be lo(i>kcd upon as a Violation of the *� TfRitory of bis Pruflian Majefly. or occafion the Icaft !  ;clir States General, with a Memorial, wlxcicby dwilliolBcr takes Leave of their iiigh Mi^hiim^ef, who aave'iprcuPCed him wi(K a Gold Medal and Chain of the Valttf 9f ^OOB Florins, and one of 630 for liis Secretary. An Ex^^ is arriv'd here from BrufTcli. and anocher A^ttWerp, both which relate to the uitcriqr �vacua-Amu �f the Low Countries.   It's Rffur.cjil, tlw the Diisi ti^Mi Ik^d) have hitherto Jiiindercd tlie Bxecution, of lk�n.iutpl�aaQv�d, am) that 00 the 12th the Commilfarics tfUi�^�sapi�la Queen, Fraore. and the Repi^blick, psct �t Bn^i^. Whcte tl^y figned a new Convention, the b'ub-^ceof which b as follows: That Tirlemunt ai.d the tWas fitflked �poa the Dem ificnlticSsiAX2�t#W^c� rimuved in aiiugto Conference LauBUx and M. du Tbitl. Ltutfttr Hiii/f,y^. to. Mt>^R( of Wales has appointed jaa^ HiglMCU QtC PtkMK ,   . Bfbi to be Aaditor to her Royal Highnefs the Pr{nKtfs''of Wales, and on Sunday he kificd their Royal Highnt^ca Hamis for the (amr. ;   They write froniPctfl-lboaii;, that great Military tVc{!9r rations are Making in Finland. Vefierday the Honoorable Houle of Conftions met at Wcllminftcr, according to their Adjotamaicnt. Yeikrday wai held a Court of Aldcnaan at Gaildhall, when the Vacancy of Recorder was declared, and next Tuefday is appointed for th^ filcdion of another, and a Motion was made for the Salary, being 40^ L pee Aa-nnm, to be rtduccd to aool. The fame Dajrthe Rkht Hon. Lord Mayor ttad � Letter whick his LorcHhip had vecdv'd from George Heathcote, Bfqi AMerinan of Wl^btook Ward, dcfiting Lcafe to lay down hta Gown t opofe which it was rcfolv'd ' to fend a Letter of Compliance to Mr. Alderman Heath  coie. who is at Bathi witn Leave to tefign thefiimes and we hear that' Sliriglhy Bi^thdl, Efq: one of the prefect Members for this City, will be chorifca AUtermaa ia his room.       '   � .      � ." � Yedehtaor. fot^ Boys from Ckrift'i .HofmtaL w�fe:^fe-Tented bV Sir Jioim Batoard, Kat. to the Rigat HoMMrable the Lord ChanccUor, and the Lords of die Adaitatty and Ttafary, accotdiag to annoal Cofton, fbr thdr Loraflupa Approbation, We hear that_a Corjajof Hot& is oidei^d totfcoK -the~|t�tges~Wh& aWigtrngtoTCiildidler, for fear of any Infult from ttje Smoggletf. The Smuttier* are to be hang'd immediately after Saitenge is pafsVl. Orders being , |iven for a Gallows to b� ereAed for that Purpofe. On Monday died, at hu Hoafe in Savtlte-Row. the Hon. Bryan Fairfax, Efqjf Uncte to the       Hon. the .Lord Fiirfax, and for many Year* a'CoaimuEoaer of the C^doms.  He was a Geatlemaa lb wdl known to the "learned -ahd polite World, that it is actldlert to attempt any Cnconiium.  Hia Fortmke^ wluch Is vcty conidctablc. with his fine Colleflibn of Books, Medals, and many other ^Cariofitiesi he ha* left to the Hon. ftobcn Fijritx, Efq; .Member ofParliameiit foeMaidflone in Kcat. '  A few Days, ago died at her Hoofe la Gharles-Sqoar^ rHo�cton, Mri. GH|t She ha* left hdsind her a F�rtane of dbouc 403pe I. which cihe has pmdeady left aanag about eighty of her Rdatton*. Laft .Week died of a violcht Peircr, U lus Houfe in. Biidewdl PrcciniQ, Mr. Frauds Stcpbeiit. Brother to Dr. Sjtepbeni ,{one of theBxecutbrs of the hne l>ucchefs of Marlborougb).- -    ^     ^ I Oil Saturday Jaft ita marticd at Giav> laa ChaFd, Mr^ Rt^ing. a reputable Diftiller ia Ciare-Matkei. to Mifs, hitth, of Mill-Bank, Wcteiiaaer, a yquog Lady ' enddw'd widi every. Qgali^cation to rcudei the Marriage State agreeable, and a handfome Fortune. We, are credibly infunncd. (Ea^ on Moaday lift the Gcn--tlenicri of the fnquefi of Walbrook Wanl, met accordtcf ua Appointment at die London^Stoae CofFc�Ht�tifc, and at their own Expence diecd rogcihet araih^e grnteft Harmony : alter whkb the whole Moae^ that was coOe^hail ' from ih^ Several Inhabitants of the Cud Ward, was, with the utmofi Chearfiilntrfs and Unaoimity. a^laally dtfbibu-ted to fuch Ohjeds of Chatity^ bcloa�ag to the Ward, as w^re recommended by fevcral of the Genilcmcii who were Cuntributor; to that Collcdion, agreeable - to titeconiiaoi i'maice of former Inqudl* of the faid Ward. Siuinga appointed in London aiul MickDefcx befbre the Right Hon. Sir William Lee, Kni. Loid Ctief JnJtes of tiis Mnjetly's Court of King's Bench at Wcdmuflcr, in a>>d Aficr HilaryTerm, ty^S. MWdlfcfca. WeJneftby Jkituary 25, Wednifday Februvy 1, Fri^iay       February^ 10, After Term. TutfJay    February 14. LondtM. Tuelday    January 31, Tueiday    Fcb�Bary y, Saturday    February 11, Afttf Term. Wedaeiaaiy Pebmary t(. YeUerd'ay a Man well drcis'd fell down dead as he was .walking over St. Margaret^ Church-Yard. On Monday Night titt Houfe of Mr. Jackfoo. a Silver-fmith in liemmio^'s Row, was broke open and nkh'd of Plate to a cpnftderable Value. On SsnirJay as John Thompfbn. Efo; was going in a Coach through 6erksley-Street, near Dcvooihiic-Uoufi^ he w as attack'd and rbbb'd by feveral Footpad*. Vcjltrf, Jam, 5. On Tuefday or Wedacfilay ncxf; if the Tide rifes high enough, will be launched the fUmiUes* a S�,'Cond-Hate of inincty Guns^ rebuilt in Portfmouth UockVafd^ 4aiJg*tt, J�m. 10. We the poor Prifoaers tm the Cotninoa Side, who are very numerous and daily in-creaft.ng. return our fincere and hearty Thanks to the Right Reverend the Lord Biihpp of London, for his kind and generoo� Be4,era(Uon of One Guiaea ddiver'd to our btewanl Ascu J^jwrand alfo.'to our uaknowa itiadaad fenerolis BenefaCTors,' for Half a Guinea put into the lagging*Boirjatt Night; and Ae one Guinea (kit into the Begging-Box thia Evening, in a Letter fig^wd Z. Y. con-uining feafonable and wholefonia Admpcmoa, to which we Oiall pay a juft Regard. Weare utform'd, the AA made the Qthaad lOth of Kiag WiUiaiB, forbidding all Peifoasof aay Dwcce. Ageor Seit w hatfocver, to make, give, fell, or otter, aay^Sqadnl, Scipeats^ Rockets, or other Fireworks, witiwut Lave of th�. Mailer. Lieutenant, or CowynilSpneraof hiaM^efly'aOsdaaace. will be rigoiOtifly put in Eaccuiioa, to P 1��hia Trofciion, whic^ otbctnif^ from the PraitioiarttfchV^ai and httmorout Men ihgrmiKht tie^Srt'hit>l!'1iad jdfiilj^ to endraVoct. -Let the ^^wious andlii^tiKi%en jddge, whether th9f� JAttempb w� not laudable'wMch c.\citc  Eitfoaal fiaoeity into .FaCH oC nb lefi'Concern t)i.ia the emovalof llefc(Ucf %^t; inihcSucctfi: of wbkh thttno felvis or tH !i4* l?uy p P^riP^ -- B � AK rtr ^rii^'lyi Robert l^gh, Afpui, Lancafeire, ChawmnotPe Yciler^y Bank-Stock was la^.t 4th. IntiikJ ,. t78. S�uth-Sea Stock, ao Firke. .Diuo CM AniMii' too } 8d^. IKtto New, tot - r. Mi. > l|Mb < An'iin(H4|a 1746. no Price.- Ditto ly-ir.'^? � 4ti)  t katf,' X^Iito JLottery i74�.   half. Three per Cent. AinoiiiiMb 91 s half. MilHna Bank. �os s half. E^iahra^eo^' Price. R�>)al ASiiraace. ?�  7�� LoaAoa;'A(l\��Wi44' 10. �BgiiikCop�cr.nQpme. Sevjtn per �mMOf^ Liiah. la;;: Sa^J^ir^tihtion; }�. Preitt. - lwiiia .4�^ St*^ s**vf ^riii'i kf>s� i*� Hijgi Emiatittt I S L I fi G^ ON- ftrRNfl1C'�; Tl\ l� Truftier.s anpoinrt:d to piu uiKxecOtipn tha t� i^\ fvt the Ccfsas �r til*llRPvKfcr- u;r.^th: >i.h >t \U Ki'%'rH^:v*mn new MM MaiiMa, ai T%nm �'qMtfc us ih� l>cv *if 4ciirrJ i.> rntttx at Mr. kePMnh * lU Kmj , Hr�4, the ScMtli SiJe a Si, Cilarl^iy�^). mOrMm i AI K Km L A(:j \\ - HO u s ikm D.7, iJm (tth wftMi, wiU b�  CONCERT al ^ MUSIC       I^-f Witli � ll be ^MT'd Uto. Oiy, it WKifc'. Cfco�cbX� Hoil^ la :>a>a Or F � S>> Uin� i %y 'H<�   M A f e S T Y �   C .tr�4, tia otutc.ci   tj   c� 4;n. (trJ UJunJ S(.'n#. Tat(��U
                            

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