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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 23, 1749, London, Middlesex                                " t MONDAY,  Ja f*u Alt Y . �3�  1749. troy Veaty January 21. ]UT>ck. tke Grl�a. Mtrnfotd. Augofla and Sa8(iw:cS�. bowed for tbe Eaft-Iadks; afti thi% Mcraieg moft of tbeOuWrtnl-boanJ. wfckW remain, �ith the 9�]ger S(oop and iVanfports. Tbe TaviftocL lodia-man is withiii Sight :o the Wdlwaad, \Vind Weil, Mows Lard. gg Since our laft arrhr'd a Mail from Holland. C*nftaniim�^u Dn. 18. The Porte has reccmd. within fifttcn Days thite Conrien from Bagd^t. with i^etters conceniiog'the Afiiulii of the Ali-K.ot>li-Raa. It is faid, that he it ttatiuAf cflibamilcd oa accwant of the FafUont agunft him; omI tlut he has madecoBfidaxble OfFers to the Porte tocBfi^ them to hb Affidtaacc. Mefcfw^ Dk. 31. The .^aprcTs arrived bete the 'Da.j before Yefterday from Ptetdrftoutg ia perfeft Hcdhh. Tbe Sieur Leadcq aad hia Ladjr pafficd bv here a few Ikars 1^0 in their way to Siberia, the Place of their Exile. It'9( wd. that great SoUicitations aic makiag at Coett for ^ tccalr line of Conat Mukich. . 7^Mv, 7��. I.  Two Coartm are arrir^d at tUs 'C!apV with AdTtces, that there b at preicat  grett Cattfiifioa &n the Frontiers of Pterfia: that m -Chief. Ali-Kottli-^anr had bean obtiged to (hat hilii^lf tip with hU Army in Ifpahaa; aad that being fo dofclT prefled by the Chiefs of the Fa�lkms agaiaft hUn. be w�i fearful that the Civil War wonid be ancoded wiib foaie .fetal Confegneacea. SierkMrn^ Jmm. 14. We beam from Fialaad. that thiags tiiere are upon fo good a fbotiBg, that an Anay of abare 40000 Men maj be aflembled upon aay Eoaergieaqr ia two 'Months time. It's added, that the FortiHcauons of the Frontier-Towns ate ia very g whence the lal! Letters advife. that the Peofle of that liiutd dill perfift In refofing to be reconciled wi'.h the Rrpt.f'kk. 7Mrim,'Jmn. ti The King has taken a Rcfolatioa to declare Villafranca a fice Pori, and is now taking pnper Mcafurcs to make it a ftoiuiihic^ Place of Conuaercc. His Majcfty, with this Vievv. has given hb .Approbuion to a Proje^l lately prcfenced to hun, of making a Canal of Commanica:ion from Carwajnolcs tpdn the Po. to Coai, from whence a Way b to be made dtre   me of the new Rccimrht  bonrhood of Bergen-Op Zoom will ilfo be exemj^cd from thefe Taxes ia whole or ia part, ia Proportion nto what tbey laay have fnflcr'd. M�jw. Jttn. xi. The Earl of Albemtrle fet out this Day for WiUiamftadt. L     O     N     D      0     N. WlnttbaU, Jmn. �i.   The King h^s befcn pleafed to grant oato the Rev. John Oahon, M. A. the Place and Oignity of a Prebendary Of the CathcdVal (shurch of Worccfter. void by the Death of Tl)6ma� Inett. The Hope, Cornelias, firom America, bound to Am-findaa, u loft la the Channel: thi* Ship is faid to be aronb loooool; String.   � ' The Ship of Caj*. Pofgate, of Scarboroagh, was the 6th inftaat ftrandcd � few Leagues from Copenhagen, the Crew vrcre fav*d. Tbe Aaa aad Sarah, Capt. Ifaac Milton, for the lU-vanna, is loft; the Crew was takea MP by Capt Harris, ia the John, i(i her Paflage from Gibraltar for New England. , ^ a i�ivate Letter from Cojwphagen. dated the z 1 ft o. De^mbcr, O. S. wc have an Account, that they flatter ihcaMvcs there with the Hopes of ycty^^tcat Adyanugos that will arife from their late Treaty with the JCing of the Two Sicilies. . 'Tu added, that the Sunday before, the �lcphant, a very fine Ship in tb^'-Baft India Company'1 Service, faii'd for China: Two pther large Ships laii'd a few Days before. Hb Royal Higkhefs the ^Prince of Wales wft Yefterday noch bcuer, but was not �t St. J^ei't. hh Royal High aefs having oot been abroad fince Hs Indifpofition. We bear tbe Rev; Mr. Gieentet Rector of Cottenham ia Caadvid^ftjire, and Prebendarf of Ely, is appointed Chajdaia to the EmbaOy to Franipe; We bear from Cambridse. .ihtt on Friday Morninjg fcveaty-one yenng Csndemen of^rUoiverfity were admitted to die De^ee of BaKhelOfl Of Am. Tbe Rev. Mr. May. M. A. F^lW of Queen's College, Cambridge, it jmicued bir the Mtftt Mld^eJ^OWi of that Sodcty to the %aory of St. flotdplUn f^^bridge, Friray Ufl died Chriftopher JeiFrcfoa, Efq; Member of Parliament for the Town of Cambridge. Laft Saturday Night died Mrs. Lacy, of Great Qucen-Sircct, with a violent Fit of the Gout in her Stomach. One Day laft Week was mirrted at Ifleworth, tlie Rev. Mr. Boachcry, of Northolt, to Mifi Hales of Teddiiigton. The Fireworks preparing at Woolwich are ordered to be brought from thence, and lodged in the lingineer'i O^crs in the Green Park on the lit of next Mondi; irom wiirncc 'tis conjeAurcd ihey will be cxliibitcd looiicr than has been reported. We can alTire the Publick, that Mr. Sherlock and Mr. Wooif the Swifs. will, cext VV'cdncfday at Twelve o'Clock, decide the Biide depending between iheni, and i)ie>' have Juried to find their own Swords, and be ai I ibcity to change them when either fliall tlunl^fit, without iiny Ap-plicaiion to the Houle. and that the Lci^Ck of Swordi fiiall be no ObjcAion to the Battle. Oa Friday Night a Fire broke OJt at a Linncn Draper's in Brook Sucet, Stcpnty Caafcway, \^hich confuoird that, and damaged fome' Houfes adjoining, before it wj� gut On Friday Evening a Wherry was run down near Nonhfleet by a Fifltirg Smack, and twoPerfons drown'd. On Friday Isft. upon an Informationgtycn 10 the Juiliccs fbr die County of Surry, that there Were kept near Cuper'i Gardens fevcnl Gam-ng Table.*, by Perfont of bad Characters, to which rclortcd a gieat Number of unwary Gentlemen. Apprentices. Clerks, Shopkceperi, Journeymen, and Gentlcmcu's Servants, together with the moft notorious Highwaymen, Street-Robbers, Houfe-Breakers, and Pick-podtetj. part of which Sociegr were Jones and Barrett, the former of^ whom receiv'd Sentence of^ Death, and the other of TranfponatKMi. at the Old Batly { Sir William Richard-foa. ahc Chairman, the High Skeritf, and the rell of the luftioes met at the Scilion-., took to their Aliiitance the Coitftablrt, and a Party of Soldiers from the Tower, and' with fo much Sccrefy coitduAcd the Affair, a� to furprize (hem at their Play i twenty four of whom were coaiiiiitted to the Ci-UDty Gaol, where they may be fccn by any Perfon r^b'd; sad ilic J^jUco caiu'd the Table* tu be vi;c>rcly ddtroy'd ^ Oa Fnday laft one Thomas Allen and Thomas jone^, two noionisui reputed Pickpockets, were coinniitiid to ihe Gatehoufe Prifon by G Vauglian, Elq; on Sufpicioii of their having pick'd the Pocket of the Hon. Lieutenant General 61.Clair of a Gw)d Watch, as he wa> going into hisCocth at LcJcelier ffoufe.   About Ki^'ht o'Clcftk. iibout iwcsty Mri, fuppo<(-i1  to L* of the (atne Cj^ng, armed wiih Cutlailcs ;^nd loaiicd Pi.. L ok  cijc Oppoiiumty   when the outer Door wai opea'd to hrc ft>c r>i�>i'* at :ht tKree Turnkeys anilheir Aillar.u. to  itrcjc ih^' faid   two P/ifoneri 1   bat the Tux&key> acd their Atudanti making a ftout Kefiftancet liicy Only rcfc�icxi and got one 4way, the other reniAiuing isic ai.vi Ltism'd do�n (o the Floor in a Ko'tn by him- felf In the fAmc Prifon. Th� three Turnknr* art >voundrd. and two of their Afliftanti. that b. cn� tlabb'4 in the Forolead, another nm through the Arm, the wh*�a alhit>ll b'inded with the Powder tfalhtng ill their Fac��. The Baltt mifs'd all the People, and went into the D�or ofthePrilbn, and Riuls and Wood-Work of theG��}fh They wfnt off in Triumphj and fwore they would nuke at fecond \ iftt with Blundirbofles. A Party of Soldiers win fent for, and order'd by their Officer to keep Guard it the Gatchoufe all Night. Ycrtctday two Boys were taken up for picking Pockcta in St. Jamei's Park, and committed to the Gatehoufe. Laft Tburfday Night, bct\fecn Eleven and Twelve O'clock, a� an eminent Surgeon in Carey-Street waa gmaj home, he was attaek'd by three RuiSans, arm'd witbiSilaI%' Cutlaifes, Ate. under the dead Wall in Portttgal-Stttcti thev robbM him of hiif Gold Watch, and wlkat.Moaey b� haci about him, > On Saturday Night Mr. Waltew. a yv^earet, Ia Clk�ciH Lane, Kaft-Smithficld.  i, >�. 17. I'ho Rutch Eaft-India Sblpw mm" tion'd in my two laft Letteri, retnaini ftiU aihoret bat ft� being It ftout new Ship, it not yet buIgM, and aialccitet very little Water. > Sovrral Men of War are coming up to Sptthfftl^ ime df which has a-flajU-^l'ic^* ii.thoiight to be Adgtwal Ofhornci in the Captain i it blows f� frc&, that I mull defer the Particulars fb my next. By particular Defire. The^jd Day's Sale, NextWcttacf* day, at Ms AiidliOn-Rootn, laic the New Theatre iff theIHjr* MarktJt, Mr. Footc will exhibit fomtJ i*i\tire'new {.oUt conliHing of a Poet, a Beau, a Frenchman, a Mifci:� a Taylor, a**?ot, two young Gvntlewoniet>> and a GhofI: Two of which are OricinaTs, the reft Copies from the baft -Matters: And tin Oration in Praifc of Sight, aa at Bdiia> burgh, Oxford, Cainbrldpe, Dublin, and foteigaUniverfilkit with a DancecittPd Prince Kugenc's March.      ^ Oil Friday laft fevcral Blind Were 'tcflor�d ta>^ thdr Sight by Dr^HtlUner, on the upper Terras ia St. Jaom'a Sti/cij and wc hear that Tomorrow feveral othee-filiail will be publickly rcftored to their Sight, .frbaa Elevttt |� One in the Forcooon. � ' The Way to Keith's Chapel i^through Pkctjdillir* l>r^ End of St. James's Street, and down Clai|;ti-Sttcct,- aedl turn on the left llaniL   The Marriages ttogad'ei'v^tli * Licence on a Five-Shilling Stamp and Certiteue) an car* ried on for a Guinea at ufaal, atly Time till Foar in Afternoon, by another regular Clergyman, at Mr'ltddi*a little Chjpel in May-Fair, near Hyde-Park-Coraer. aMo> flttf the Vttx Chapel, and vfithin ten Yar^ l>f iet Ki�te is a Porch at. the Door like.a Country Church^en^^ > . George King, late an Apprentice to Mr*. Fi'utabctfc .Bagwell, on Tower-Hill, having abfcnttii, ' in chu Puuitr� t R. UuJdcy, u.l'jU.MilJ. Note, Curiul.in'j] will be        this Ni^lii (or il� l�a Time this 5c*{im. This   Dsy   is   publifi/d,   . The    S It c o h b     C t> I  i   I o { .NS, Aullmr oI lilt 'f--u.j.'-> tf. CVotM^^K rjtioiul nillftU'i. 1.1 upon r� t'litoiUui'i ul jlur^ \it Ki! � �t: >%ti (unie Keii)Ari  uf the C.rt t., �! l'ti-..-(.n�*iri� 'Jt.^i-I�ie4 Iruin tli� Ijit t..:iti./M. lu �l.i li it^itrj, .Mi.:il. 'iri.iu;;    I. It 1. .,1  1   (I ^,k(til./. tt ^t. Sx^.iHf'* Mr. Rob.nl.n, i'l l.fijj'c i'n-tt , U\  tifr' tUiKt i Woo.;Ij1I, It t'k.i.i.i; . �     ,        .'-li .. if    tra. l.Of, Ijr-,   )4.ul.iy   !.   I74'>. '' "I "^HK f.��//;'.-;;/( /.w/  /. '   '       �     /'.t / .   � .i.'      /.. . I        lJullll    llj'.'l    I':.       .   '.'....'ill    J�   /.i^.'.t    t   ....   . 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