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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 16, 1749, London, Middlesex                                M O N D A Xy jAtrtfARY        >y4$- yimtuf^ .14.. |AMB ikmii. die Laitttl. Grftctf* for Mkfylaad. the EadetTOVr, Pur* �is; far ScTilk, tad Uk Muy. Ro-bott. for t>�bUa. The Ships � per hfi remain. WindVI^.S.W. BxtrmB rf m Utftt ffm m Ptrfi* fCr*�t 9t Puis, dtind 7�*. 8. _____A Thh* Court apiJMtn t6 oc tirjr  reach diflati fied with the OinAvA ^'MAnlMTMrnimttSftSt to ddivering ajp the Territories ^ ^I^NM of MrJ^. The Minifter of that Prince has * dkfimM aMoMrial oponthis Sabjca to M. dc Payfirux, * wUch b to be cooched in vcqr ftront Terms j and ^ the Dake dTHoelaur. the SnMifli Anbaflador here, has * Inck'd this Menorial In foch n Manner, ai to have � cnafied it to be npptehcidedthat the Mfembly of Nitt * would finuaM withtmt deaing what they met for, * and that tbt Rcfok of faeh Sflpanrion wovid be n frcfli * War in Itmh.  After a long Conference held at the * Mai^is 4ePnffi�vs's, at which the Minifienor Sfaitti * JAAmtit and Gmmt affiOcd. the Court difpatched two * BkpRff�5. ilMt one to Madrid, and the ether to the Duke ' de BdDetfle: The MiniAcr of GtHM at nhe iiune Titte �* lent one away t� hit RepubUck.  It*� aflured that the * Di!r''�t<-'h�'^ ccniaiii'<1 in them reltti to the Alteration * thai K�*-b'f*^'"Wfl i>jf�:cheii (timd the Court of Btrlin, which are faid to * be very important, and te^-tsm to certain Negociattoni '   *'*i are caiiycag on between the two Couru.  Some * fncign MaiOcn pretend, that the Coattnaance of the � Rnfiaas in BAtrnm has pvtly oeofiaMd thtle Di. ' fpatches, andiiHt tfny have pwily been tau!cd bgr the � Kefelndon yAStdk the Ztmom Ctmjdimm of marfitw has -*|eft talM, coocetning cataio Propofitions, which it's ^ fitttadcd the Cooit of Fituna has afrefh caufed to be * awde ID that of ^etnjtmtfi. * Mmsj ddttg that is faid here at Pmrh and at Court, ' BMibe FcofiSe foarfiil lefi the Peace (hoald not be of any * Dondon. and the War (hould break out again in * Gtrmmmf, efpccially if the Roifiaos do not march from � tWsce bdbre the End    April, and ,the Confercncei of Kkt fhoidd break up onfraitfu}^. L     O     N     D     O     N. On WedneTday laA the Right Hon. George Dunk Earl of iSbaab*, and ihe^ Right Rev. Father in God Thomas tpjd BiOup ci London, were, by hb Majd^''* Command... lawn of lH*liajcfly*s moKHonottnible Privy Council, and Mrib^dttiff rtaosat theBoifdaccordittsly. On. WedieflOT Jaft IteiMp Jii^ TytcU HWStt, and Member of FMliateent fcr Shorehun in Stifficx. was married to I^y Ciunltne nerpoint. Aunt to ixa. Grace the Duke of Kingftnn} and yeAeidhy the new-msnied Coajple waited on U� MajeAy at St. Jamea't. and wtfiirgiaciouny lecetv'd. liaft Saturday was married, Robert Lynch. Efq; eSdcft Son cf Sir Henrjr Lynch, of Caftlie-Carra, in the Coaaiy of Mayo in Irelan  JSarfcer.of SitxoB, in the County of Sufiblk. Efq; a young LaAy wiA a Fortune of joooo 1. and diftinguiflied Jt>r the Ag^ctaMenefe, of hci Pcrfon and the Amiab'-enefs of her iltntl. His Ma|e%*s Ship the Centurion, now lying at' Shecr-^eeCst is oi^crM up the Sircightj, under tltc Command' of ihe Kan. Aoguftus Kepplc. Ti;� Culioticn Gvard-Ship, under the Command of Cap?. Scon, now atCloRham, i� order'd to be tUiion'd off North-Garclica. And the .\�ibnce Guard-Ship, Capt< Matthew Buckle, "bow at Plymoutii. will be Aaiion^ on (he Coaft of Scotland. , y We learn from the Wcft-lndics, that two Spaniih Ships nwic lately loA near tWMoudi of Hondura�-Bay, by b4d WeidKr � and moA ^the Crew drown'd. Tb� Lml jane. Gwt. Payne Maples, from London for fhairft. IS loll nca^ Sandwich. On ^tnrday two Ollicers who killed Mr. Howard, FoHinan to Ifr. Aobcry, hit Majefty't Coachmakcr, on niday Ntgbtf by running him throueh the Body, were �ined to Oateheufe. as were iome Women who IM the Hoafie in .St. Martin's L&oe where they cn dimlung juS beiOR the ASkir hapaen'd. ! River Thames has oveiflowcd fo much within thit djtt the NfvigatioQ thereof is quite interrupted. ___'^GaDcry baildiag ondcr the Earl of Godolphin's iVaOt to the i'ucnrorka Scaffolding, is to bold TheRci4 �fr.Greene.of St.John's College, Cambridge, wa� baety ^dwaaimoufiy eleacd Divinity Profeffor in that -UahrcHfar.^ the room of the Rev. Dr. Whalley, deceas'd. On Torfda^ lai Matthew Kenrsck, Efoi Brother to the Iter. Dr. Kcni^, Prebendary of Wcftminllcr. was una-kMofly daAed<<^Standtog CbtwcU to the tioaourable CnnufMncn of^Quen Anne's Bounty. Lat Sabuilay Al^emoon arriv'd at hi* Grace the Duke �r NctRaile'a in tiocoln't Inn Fields, a Waggon, gpafilid by a Par^ of H^rfe^ with his Graced fiuc Service �f Raw. whi^ was tandcd^fomc Time ago at Ne\yca*\le. On Sttaiday Morning early, a Fire broke out in tlie Waichoiile of Mr. Howdl, Iroamonger, oppoftte the Cidly-Hole in Tham: t Street, near London Bridgr, wlich CBUrchr confum'd the Infidc of the faid Houfc, and did ftnc uaall Diinuge to the two anj-tcent Houfc*. Ycicrday Morning, about Ei^hi o'clock, a Fire broke 0{U at Mr. Hall't Worklhop, a Hai(er'�, in Tower Street, which burnt the nuin Beam, and did other Daiiugc* be-fisro k was exiinguiih'd. On Friday a* Mr. Giecnhood, of Mile-End Old Town, ttaa calking a Net in the Cre^ between Bow and l^ckncy-Hirer, Le unfbrtunauly fell in, and wasdrown'd. fs klpointed by hit Majefly in Cbanbil for the Tm ehfuUkg, via,^ Brrkfliire,       Wilmot Baker of MoutaAmI, Efqt BedfordOtire.   Thomas Crawley of DunAable, Efq: BttckittghamOi. Thomas Leigh of Irer,'Efoi ComberUnd,   Hen. Richmond Brougham ot�Hiahead,Bfq( Chefliire,        George Leigh of Ou^trington,Er�i[) Camb' At Hunt' Peter Standky, Efqt Dcvonfliire,     John Rogers of Plymilock, Ef^i Dorfetfhirct     Julincs Beckford of Steepleton. Efq) Derbyihiro,     Henry Every of Bggington, Efq: EiTex, John FiOipool of Bilfcrica, B(qt Gloucefterihire, Thonaas Winfton of Supleton, Efm Hertfordlhire,  Nichplfon Calvert of Hunfdon, Eiqi HerefordOiire. John Delahay of Peterchufch. Efqt Rent. Richard Homtby of Herton Kirby, Efq; LeiceOerihire,  Philip Balnbrig of LotdKington, Rfa; Lincolrfhire.   Chrillopher NcvlUe of Otantham, Ef  William Cbawnrtb of Aunflrv, Efq; John Pollard of Finmorc, E^i Charles Smith. Efq; Charlton Leighton, Efq; Matthew Spencer of Pull� Ef^t John Wyrley, E(qr -Thomaa White ofTaffingfton, Efq; William Sloane ol South Stonehim, Efqt ^ercmiah Crutchley of Southwark. E^; ol Wi ohn Pull(?r of Hcathfeild, Efqi 'iljfon Ayldbujy, Efq; PoAponcd. Thomai Cowper of Sarum, Efq; John Bourchier of Penningburow, Efq; South  Wales. William Brydges of Brecon, Efq; ohn Lewis of Llwynyfortune, Efq; .ewis Pryfc of Abernanibychan, Elq; , ofcph Price of Gclly-hire, -Efq; Thomas Pifton of PoyAon, Em; Morgan Evans of Llwynbarricd, Efq; North   Wales. Owen Wynnof Pcnheskio, Efo) Charles Allanfon of Vaenol, Eiqi John MoAyn of Segroit, Efq; J Broughton Whitehall of Broughton,Efq; Owen Holland of Penirc Mawr, Efq; Thomas Lloyd of Trefnant. Efq; On'Saturday kit fixteen Prifoncra wern tried at th� Old Baily, cloetn of tvhom were �afl for Tiaofporution, and .five acquitted. QUERIES. great Meafure, on ;l-.cw^wwu*^;^^ vsoce, every Cn^ the Talents an41 ______ in the Goverqnicw^ j If Isriot-tli^^ the utinOAlCti tilU it, is . , Impottancs of inr jRteoiOft Whereu fiiVcral Inaccutfta Edifice defign'd for the' /Bitt Peace, have been lately pnUifllM, a'"* Ufed, bv Perfont neither tufficienily ii anthorlfed to perform the (amcS li prevent any further lc||ipiiUQn on u given by iki� Grace thn'liiii^Litjjtu Officers of hb ^Ordnanc? fwM^ not ,   ^    and  , in the ChanAtr aa'd Printi nf the c|l[ba of the ,|fB iia ndvtr-pr*p�Jy fonsio Nottee ______r���ip4 Ofiicers ot liii' I^emp't Ordnance, that correA Plant, Pro�ls and Elevations of the Edifice, and a Complete Yievv of the Fireworks, together with a full Explanation of the whole, will be publifli'd under their Direction, and by their 'Authority, and that timelj^* Notice thereof will be given in this Paper only.   By Order of the Board,' CHARLES BUSH. The Printer of the Old England Journal defires to inform the Publick, that the Parai^raph in his Paper of Saturday laA concerning tlte Marriage of Mr. NcwUnd. is entirely falfe, and that he was impofed on by the Perfoo who brought the Information. .Once 'more, and thit the laA. By particular Defire. The $jd Day's Sale. On Thurfday next, the 19th ioftani, at h\% Audion-Room, late the New I'heatre in the Hay-Market, ^r. Foote will exhibit fome entire new tots; confining of a Poet, a Beau, a Freachman, a Mifcr, a Taylor, a Sot, two young Gentlewomen, and a GhoA : Two of which are OriginaU. the reA Copies from the beft MoAers: And an Oration in Praife of Sight, ai at Edinburgh, Oxford, Cambridge, Dublin, and foreign Univerfuies; with a Dance call'd Prince Eugene's March. The AAembly-Room at the Three Lampi in Jame^ Street, WcilniiiilUr. will not be open'd at ufual on Sun day>, till further Notice be given. On FiiJay fevcral Blind were publickly redored to th��y Tim* till Poor in the Afternoon^ by anbthel legtttrt'it^naan. at Mr Keith'* little Chapel in May C�cB*r. OMp�-fite the great Chanel, and emhin ttai Vwnlt of it� iWrre is a Porch at tb� 0>tft like a Countty pitfsti Pm�*9. juA puMiflt'd. a etiraous Set Slrer Cnimtat and Fillict fbr Cards; th# Counters oai one Side having the Heads of the Royal Family) ami on thn niher ant tardkn different Love I)evicc% with French Mottn'^ ftc-' T(ji be hadjs theSlbop of the Proprietor, JohnKkk, Eawraver, taSt^uraChnrch-Yatd. B A N K R O P T a . Rtrthotomew AlAon, of LondoK, McichaM. Jtmct JuHien; of St. Martin in th� Fl^Wing |flnlpi| -High Waier at London rBridge thia l^y       Mjijiia. after S in the Morning, anil4aitcr9^ Saturday Bank Stock was no PhC^. ladtmStacfc, t7t. South-Sta Stock, no Price. Ditto ^ ilaiabilC JPU 7 8th� a 101,  Ditto New. looj^ha. Jkuab Ana 1746. no Price.  DtttA tr4]r. 97 1 half. IKttn 1747. 98 i 4tb.  Bank AnnuitMc* 1748, 97 ) til� n 1 Three per Lent Aanaitiet, 01 1 half a } 4^.   IliBkaa Bank, 101 1 half.^ ' Equivafent; no P�i^.  IU||al ranee, 70 1 half.   London Amsraaca^ no.,  fiagllt per, no P^ice,.    Baak CitCulatiM. get. fnim. Boeds, a 3s. Ptem.     _       .__ For the Bm^t of tbt Authoi'# SHHt^^'^ BOX and Hit 1 iQkrts for CORIOLANtl^ % TupAy, wtittn by tl�il�te Itfr.tllOMMIKVaial mmMm .It CvHnt.Cu(i(cn ThMtnr, *f� t� bt MM tf: A.iiiairr�fj^aiir^ Kttl�?rin iflo)-, inl'nU-.VtaM.___ Of fThis  Day  w fiM^J^ '-'^.J^ 7h*   S � c o a o    E n t irifr      " A Complete Bd4y of l*EKSl*�?: tht Apr�t�<�"� �f        ^i*'* V^V^ ^ Sdki Salftli* i Cur*iliRtw, ind Miica, in *ll Mu w�f MUbw. TDftOMrviihAw ProJrAiontor Sb*d.>�i. ml iMr fl*�tmaa     t^^mi* Wmii>.v^t�(i whdie (TciTinfn'd imi'erm, n(y utf (tMnt'Msih*ai^ lir l|� amUh part todiflr n��. In (ttcnmulti^ '   ii,' n^ JOHN   U.VM1LTON.  f� F.lt.S. Prmtc < for Oai^i Scowm. at ih* Mick %mm mmmi Tkinln.gin ThtfRAi OWa�, la Oray'a       aad AsIrw ICtW. at Ti Tiwis's Wta or the t*� V. lnw�� hmmi JMWv at �c�. Navy Odke. Jamaary ii, 17411. THE Frhtifal Qgttiu CmmiJLmB ^kU Al^i^V A'dWy gitf Ihtitt, tit** titf is in fie ttaiai ^ tkiTtiu/nrtr ^hit Naj/ji AW* Mmif 19 fmftki fim^l JUt tit ytjl tt Dt'4mi*r, 1748; �� ARmj 4Mi/ rinn^e Bi//, r*tifi*r*d ktituttm lb* 1/ t/Ti^mmtf, t'jj^ mUvoth aaf Timi eirr, titm tt tit 7rt^mtt*t Ofk* imttimi thm, mni rntivt tht l�urift iui tkirar, aiti kmm tktJam Wanr tffofntiiBilU,__^ VICTUALLING OFFICE, jaanary ij. aya*. ^^HE C m�fjlumtr, /�- FiOmJUmg iu MffthU J. givt Haiitr, that ibir* h im tit UmaA tf fUe Trttf/mrtr tf tht Nattj, hbntf tt f AT'     T��T�-Ha, tptnUs     �|ir fcn PuMicatfOfi. Tbit is   to g.-ve   Ni!:W, 'Hat   there   w.Ui   be  a   McrlliMt  of Mjh ol' W,r, It H i:c Lr..*.-! If i.if� it tkiCjrj -J Cirltllc in RoluiiiM)-v.a V, c tMt^b* sxat,     ;3)uk wlOkuc^ � i- liivc Urn iii'uit, :.i�t srt aam m LecA.a. tet. Mt-'S. t. M pnfent jt ihf fiiij Meeting. '-pHE  Siibfcribcts  t.>   Sip-  PALMA's K-.'-...iJ/,     Tu  ti .1:1       >  it-ri.., l^-.r^ �.i.iS�^i, t! Wt.   

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