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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 18, 1749, London, Middlesex                                E D N E S D A Y.  Ja�uary  i8,  1749. with   t1l? �i HE Ocm^-b- t-f t.ii; Rr|!fi;ry 'lis :v.lc!ai, tfiat the Trx-.hJe* x-,h;rh prcvavfJ in that Cosi�rry wM� api^eas'd, the Son of tue laie d#fo*\� O^y, �iiO vi^i tlbic ptiAcipa! Qccallon of ibcm, hiving been flraiigled. - ?. 3. Tis reported that a Csptun of the Imixriall i4>o;., who was polled near VoUagRio with a })e:achmctit Ot fixty Men, had been furroudcicd by the  n:lhmcnt of crery Body. � to {iifpend his Departure, and to rccail the Troop . in order to remain ia this Dntchy till farther A-ivice. We ha%>e ,: Unce been informed, that the Troops which are at Panna. I^fodena, aud Novi. have received the fame Orders. It's Cenain that this Alterauon of AUairs hx� been occaiioncd Thy the RdblutiOn fVldckthc Conrtof ^'crfaaic* lis uikiu 'jjo keep Pofiefllon of the conquer'd Piacei �n the*Lptv ' vountries until that of Vienna mail have inufinr.rjy d the Gcnoefc for the Principal and Ir.tcuft whieh rhrv had i.n the Funds in Germany, and un;i! it has g'Snted cad jJ iigitcd to the Dote oi Mcdena an �qvi.>ulcDt for the Ldaic which that Prince pofl.ifcd in HoDgsry, �nd whicii wsi corJifcated   6ur-ccfs. NeverthcIcA it will not be brought to a Cuncl. fi n till the Artieics uivich Knta.n uadeternua'd (hail hiveb.�-n difcaflcd \vnh Mr. K-ccre, v^to ii every Djy cjcjcc^ed :.;:.e frcm Lifcor,. Sickliilm, y.'K. 10 Tj.e rx'-rrfi vvhicH the Ci^uJt difpaiclied -Tib irto i i./ussd. carri^ CKfers to t.ht Generals and t. oni^rr? to put iht FtoHtirr; of t^.-t Provsicc out cf :ht Ilcact of iui, fijio, ti :*kt va^e th^: the Waj^szices b: imtar.tjy rrowi-'cd with ail Sorts c! litccils!!:.', and to l-.cip 'he Troofs teady to,5be al4c :j marih upcn the firil ' e breit given tti i V�'�.' wl.jciD are uf.on tr.e Sio-k*. ani to :ai;c the ueceiF-ry Mpafi^rcs for p�u:i:g,in cale v>! Nri-d, a ptuwrful I-lect to Sea. Cjfttaku;^ 1, y^n. I'. The I ;,.e cf fi � i^rel:". Reckoning i. oii\ ij Ua^i : % ncy l>'y eiir*^. .Vv: tJ.c v.; i be bro-i-ht ;o Btu. Ilcr ^�i.j ci. I'-- was t.xpei^Ud t;:i-c t.c ocat Day; aucl that ihrrc had been tUiiLic lecprils along that CojA, which had cau>Vd many Merchaci Stiip^ to pcrifti.   Here da.!> irrive Frci ch Lroops ftosn luly. 'Tis alfardtliat the Infarua v.;!! not dcpar; hem hence till the LJonth of M^y     Tis faid liiai the PrnceG ELij beth. her Dijgiiter, m" cou inuc at Couit. la o.'dcr to be educated there, and ih*t. ftic      when ol poj'er Ag-. 10 he married to the Pri'^e cf (_or.de. katiitJ^K, fuB. zz. 1 lie I :fe Mhich ha^-, en"d the 14th at I lcli:j;r.e v,a. uot eiuii, .ulicJ (ili the .6th in the Evening; die -Arfenal wj;� ci.t;i y coiilumcd. aswel! as the Prince of Ora; i-ti r,il:;ce i;.. cc'.. Church It's io:ii puted that tic LwL> ticny: aiiic-a; lo kfi lian a rfii^iion ot 1 lorius. L       O       N   . D "    O      N. A Copy of li e h�ti:niJnar;Wlr.iclcs af i'cice wai Vclle day laid brfofc '.he H-u!e of t c-ajaior.s. The Call ef t*.e l?oaf-. �.iu\-h v.-is lo have been V ,flci day, is put oil" f^/ ->. fe.. Civ; '..^nj^r. There ait- Lct.c.i froiii .A i^fojurg ar.d 'Funcibrt by Veftcrday'i Dmch .Masl. u!� ch iuefJ Jua the DciUi of li-o Inf.itit Don by L h\\cr. M. Calkin �j apfOiriicJ AnibiCador of the SiJtt;-General at ilie L'oiirt o� hraiue. in the room of \L \ ai Hoey, who has rtadcJ at Piris in ttiat Ctiaracier near twenty Yciii. M. dr Mi-.:*ep.i n .it Salters Hali. when Siinjjihy Uetliell, KKj; one ol our prcfeni Reprcfcntaiivc!), will be chofcn witlmut OppoittiOn I he king has been plcai'd to grant unto Sir Fdward Lawrence, of St. Ivcv in Hantingdonfliirc. Knt and in Dctault of lffv;e Male, to his Ncpliew, Ifaac ^VoplalKm. of l,o]m-lhy in Lcictfterfhirc, Elqj tht Dignity of a Baront;: of this Kmgdom. Capt. JoUph Dambon is appointed Major of Lievtfenan'-Gcncra] Riade's Rrgiment of Foot, in ine room of M;ii.ur Otwar, promoted to be Licuttnant-Colond. I'hc .-\rcnt and l!Ji;^licth, Capt. Vander^Maarn, from Holianc for Le^orn. is loft near Ryt, the Cif arci Kncmks to Mankind and to themfelves, are of unfpeaBiftble Service; ft>r how fmidl fo  the Anwiint among fqrttaiiy i.< th�r I^.cfvrvauoa of aK^iittbcr of decayed F?m:S�rr, that cnito^t'mah :ntt:rtct) hy this humane and general Support { Slid wi'f.t a i>ii.d the Jury (thirty-four in Ni;ciLi.) vviff .-.3 fo i'UVi, \iz. ,S/. .-.Vr..Monk Saville, l-'oreman, CHrifto-, pher BJjt.di       ]A ;Miy, Mitrtin Dowlcn, and John Piiikcr. St. M :.� (j. )r^;t: Bacon,   Unnicl Bean,  Richard Drowniny.,       i an! 1     wonh,  Fraii�.it Jnciil'on,   Robert ^ \: ;:io{);iir 'i'l im. O..LII.    J iciuiah Lucas,   and Cnjaml" IJojfc in t !� \!>fcfH?: t gsive hilt* trty Opinion, tlUt  Fj.jud on the I'ub'itft was jr.tcrJ.-!. ard aivis'd, htm cn no Aeci)utit t,) open his Doits His .Vr^^ftSTfT wa�, l^at if t!ie M'.irt c nij^licd utth X.'u Agfcc^r'.e^^ C:t i>oori muft be opvn'd. I ihiM'' dihr'd him wot to liu'cv, c�o any pu-rr-rcr, t'c Mini hiuiU'h, or a"y of his Corilev^fcraw*. iorc4�ivea  Shiiliiijt! ''"t 10 Rfpciiit a FfC?iiJ:CT e-f hi� own. wlo n)i;;,'if. �i the .\i:di oiattd or dti-pV.ilciJ, return thrm their Ni4>.Ny \\in Ad-.ice ?c t-ox. I. in ConftiUnce of his I*- - ifc. t^'id a Gcntle-nt.iii nciir me it the .B'.iies, who v>as cwatsoroas for his Money, the Me.�l>)re� I had laken for tV* Jkcari-y. riiu u ail �h.it J kiuv.v o| the Aif-iiV, sn.l r� Mr. Lewis 1 .ippcil for ihe Truth of it in cvt*y tttrcvn-suare Ue hear tliat Wi;dpcf.;a) re.xt i� t," Div .sp^sra c.d fcr a fcvond iiial bct��ectt Mr. W�;i! the i^uiU and'Mr. .Sherlock. lilt Mf. L�(;a>n, \vh6f�D.*^tb�^�ilncn*^'>�''d;:ftt^tpttb-^it�k lepers in J ah" laft, was'Mr. Jchn L:cija. ti :�� Str;>iul, nnd not hi'5 Brvthrr, Mr. Ifaac Lacam. of Pal!-M II; and to prevent further M:tlakc�, the , tluJCndBi it carfied (in by hit Widow and Son: where ail thef* wka (hall ptenfe to honour them with thiir C !tm. miydepdifii' oil being fatthfjily fbrv'il at the moU ik&fonib'i; Rate*.  * -This nnd every 'Mi|>mtng hcnccfor�vr.rd,'bc^m� Tea.-the Blind, and all other* with Oefeds ot S^ tbt, wlw hope Relief from Dr. Taylof, Oculill �e hjs Mejctt?. lt�dffir\l to attend him '� hU H^ufe, pcxCi^^^ Td^sX- borough'*. PaIl Jfaucc to iKofe undyr Tu- Care, and only Ibr two or three more Le^rc^ havitig anfirfrll a'l he prt>pefi-d by them. On Sutrday Keening n�x^ Hdjf nn Hour a.'tcr Sis, Lir�urc,PatVcg)mk.,&c. u't^^^^^ tjuert of Numbers, e^iSAf m Sunday lail, TheSyl'i^t for the whole llaui'e a� wft al.__ ""^ B   A  N   iC   R   U   P  T. Jeremy Vickers. of Leed<. Stuff-Weaver andCharinw. Ogiivie, a ri� i..- Hi,; St.      /J Ei'Trftflijl    'liiomu^ Bond and Jof. Cragg.      ^4 vj ?'�/'.    11 ini.i^ Borwick, Rice F.vora, Stephen I.'oat;;. Ltrtii H,:.jry, Joiiu Jcft'e, John Martin, and Joli:i i'tri-cr. P.a! Ci,vi  Crompton, Jerrniiah Oliver, VVil-ii3!:i Pc\ell, Jiine  itaiiil.^y, and Juiiiuij Scott. Sr. i'lj.--'.- Hrr, �!.,� S.iuriif. C harlcs Durham, Thomas ^Iolrl^, Jj.-ii T.j.; �ii^, ail i Coincli    N'anderJlop. 5/. M^iy it S:, Un Uooglily. ^ C/fjif. J.in. 12. 1 I.e Ditch Kaftlndiaman, men-tioij v! in ::iy laii, icm^iiij llill uti i)iio-e, and is not likely to l-c i,o> c!i a^.dii A }.^it..i many of the Men have r_n :.u..y, v. 1 o wiic j^oin^ in liic (aid Ship to be Soldiers in itz Dutch Se'.' eme ts in ilic Eall-iiidles. 'I'hcre were when ihc run ciii ,re upwards of 150 Men on boaid. Soldiers and all. Tluy li.ivc built a large Tent on South Sea Cotuuian, in wi yiic, and Anfon Men of War all drove tjjvn il.cir Mo.iiiif^b in fhc llaibour. The Anion was fjd a lore on lie Common; ujiwardb f)f 100 Dock-Hicn I'.crc tir.j'ov d (lie ^itmtll part ol Wcdiufi^ay to ih'.re her to prevent t.cr ovci(ctiini;; and Villefday MoiLir.g U.t) got h^i aituui i^aiii aiul iiiuuicd her. r.     ih      P   U   B   L   I   C   K. AS I am a!^�'"^^^ �'^* > YeftcrJay'lJ,inj; i-a  ^9 l^'tto ,':�7, i)7 I half a 5 Sths. rDitto I^ot-icry 1747'.       I b.df.   Baok Ah((�tti|ts ^y r iiilf. Three fir Ce I A-.nuieie* 91 1 lialf a 3 4ihi. MiQion Bank loi t half. liii-iisaletit. aoi'Priw. Ro^aVAft'urasx^ 70 I hnlf,   Itndcm AlTurince ic.   Kogliai rr ,4!. 17s  bd,   Bank Cirit^lation 6d. Pt�ia.   lodsa B^nde gjf. a t.\t. , " ~      -General PoU-Pfice,JjiB* 16, ty*i* ij^ij iijltiiif,  ^>uhi-''%H.tafiM nt-ho csmmiiteU thii Haiti try ttrt Jfnihtjia kt iiil ^stii Asiir, andoni aj ihnH ftv.'J minn.dtit .� %ft;^tiOr Hf'Jf* H.KJf tVJ ttiff- on a />'�I'^vti f"'; tit aa I'-t grty ti^rf/-iiiinM-J't^^ld ht a G,lil I uid iifht-i^lmr'J //ji/.fi-jif, %uib t* �j>�./^!�r avfr ll'c /,nie; unit in �a ifij ^r.'z.t.a amt ^"^Jtt a ctfsij^^t S./fi.r's Drfji, Txhjf Uit^JJBittljit HiLs. h nd iiml ctnyiit, tr (.^ii/'i to h 'ifffrrlfKJ.J ^^.-J irtri-t.^itd, //v I'f'/jti, 'or iitbgr *f linm, tuftJ ^csi.iT:i.';iJ rki liJhrji, nvtil lie tnihlrj t* - RtHnjrd �/' Two Huitdied P*>�ud�, f'vf  iipp'tbfUititig / f/ji^t-ztityiitt;   tr  f,^ jse^  /*/'^/*,  tr tl->tuj\ li at jh-L I ��: �( />�/J-Vf-T.^-'j/',r.,.'_t tAf Pt'j'jt', sr lilh.t ^.f ll'i.'.'i, ti.''';  itffti tl:.i ti. 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