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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 26, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Dally Adveftifef^ ' THURSDAY.  Jakua^v a6, i74^. ^ur,)4). Bill m Dealt January 24. jAME down, the Prince Frederick, Barton, for ^Antigua ( the Concord, W$ite, for Bonnlcauxj the John imd Williiro. Ch*n>btr�, for 'I'op-(haxB, and rrmain.  India Ships.- and �� the Outward-bdiind. Put back thit Morning, the EatI of Granville. Smith, for Lilbon, who left thi^-cy-five Sail riding ua-4n- tbe Nda. Arri/d, th� Hawk, Erafmus. from Legion, aod dw Doke of Cumberland, M'Dvnald, from MaiyhAd.. WmA W.K.W. JM �xtr*a ffm UtltrJrUm A Perfiu 9/ CrtJit M AUt li � M. da Theil at l�Bgth qtTittled this City with an In- * tcBtion to go to FtrfaiUn, but he mK wth Order* upon � tkc Road v^biCh oUig^ him to return to BrmffiL, where * be paCcd fome Oayf,durbg which tine thii AmbaflJtdor Mnglcft by tb� Cowt d� St. Severin. he and Count * Caaaitz tbui di* pMomnity of feeing one another fre- * qaentlr. and Coiif�m>g4(>gttber� as welt concerning, the �r�va(t*uoas ulS^Itmh, at about the Affairs of the At-^w * Ct^xiritt. Count Caunitz in fome of thefe, fet forth ^ the Udifyatb'e Ncceflity of tt-dlablifliiii^ lUe Hie N�- * �ganon�f the StbiU, to the End that the Sobjedli of ^*~thc limprelf inight reap the Benefit thereof, and might * i&tia�>: recover from the Misfortunes of the War, wt'h- * oct be-Cuing a Charge to the hereditary Coanirics * cf her loTj Majefty. To this M. du Theil an-"fnercd. You cannot bat tyrceive. Si', that if the Court *af'#ntarrf had been at aefirous bf thwarting , th.it of *TittMo. la tbia Poiat, a* in many othen, it would not * have, waited till this time to have done it.   You cannot * fiol of kwitiring how feduloufly we have managed the * Insctvft of yo'uT Court, in fcrupoloufly avoiding to * loacb open any Thing ia the Dchaitive Treaty, whuh � migbt p>( tbe Dutch apon demanding Explications, * atid which woald have ended in nothing icfs than the "Overthrowing, or at le*& retarding the Condufion of * a Teace, fo ncceflary- for every Body j and which, �by the Interpretations, Ciaujkt and ilcfcrvationj that � the Maritime Powers m�|ht p^fiibly have required, and 'particularly the States-Uencr&l, would \      occafton'd * Lvoi Cuattrht to havc fupported the fiiii then for a � mach lon^ Time, without, perhaps, beinj^ ever able � to throw It off.  The antitnt Barrier, or a r^cvv one, * itobU h^ve become an obligatory Thing, and bis Ma- * jeftv could not have helped eaufiog the ftrong Places of � the Emprefs to have been delivered up to the Dutch * Tioops for forming it.   The Navigation of \.\y&$cbdd * would have remained upon the antient Footing, as well * as the Tarifli viehich the Court flf ^jr>�t4*i. u;,*ixoi�t �/�' * l�vtng abofiflieid.   \i the King, added M. uiu 1 heil, * bas not been favourable to the Emprefs duiiog the ' War. be afidr'd that he has tacitly declar'd for her by � the Peace; and' that the two Court* will in Time be * as ftriatjr aaitcd by Intereil and FriendQiip. a$ they have * mear'a to.tbc Pnblick to be difunited.   In the mean * Time, tbe Omdufl which my Court has obfcrved, and * Sill obfervet, in rifpcA to yours, provoi fufficiently. * that tbe K.ing leaves the Emprefs at entire Liberty to ufe *� die Dotch as Prudence, her Intercft, and the Welfare of * her Sobjefls requiiv. ft would, replied Count Cau-" nitt, be an agreeable Surprize to me, to fee pcrfeA Har- * mony cRaUiincd bttween your Court and mint;, and that * Things would in the End turn out to the Sattsfadion of * �iy anguft Emprefs.* Extras uf a Ltlltr f'em Fiz,  in Bnrl.ify. Uiaving the Misfortune on the 4th of January, 1746, * to foScx Shipwreck in Tangiar Bay, 00 chnly      a Diftei a^i^aWU M&aOW*^bB3t"g^ three Gallons of Watei' \tU amtmJK tkt wbda SMp'a Crew ; But happily they tnade an Ifland called Pbero, belonging to the Danes, where thev found a HatlMsar, aad got a Supply of Provifions.  They have bad die good Fortune to lave all their Riggbig, Ac. and folfer'd ad Lofs, except one Boy being drove front tbe HelM oVerboard. EMfihurgh, Jam. 19. They write from Abctdeen, that the Laird of Pitfodle'a Jtiding Scrvait and bia Lady** Gentlewoman are faid to have pcrilbcd, Snndiiy lat^ ia the Water of Mary-Culier raifcd by the Storm, the Hcfffe oa which chry rode from Aberdeen having comthoBttMib th� 83(j<*r- "idcr bis Belly, aiijd � AMQiMia of them, ' '.M'&y  .' >\ - -nip, known tobeone of dMl>aafpert* from Hollanu. � Kh Troops on j^ard, was feenScarborough; On Sutid^y ue^t two Charity Sermons will be prcachM in the Farilh Church of St. Edmund the King in Lombard* Street, tor thelJ^efit of the Charity Boy* of Langbourn Watdi that in' the Morning by the Rev. Dr. Newton, Rector of $t. Mary le Bow in Chcaptide 1 and that in the Afternoon ^ die Reverend Mr. Waracr, Bjt&at of St. Michael Queemhith. We are ddtred to acquaint the Nobility and Qentry, (hat th�. Gallery fbcomuiodioiiAy fituoted to feetbeFtrc'? - Wutks (as mentioned in this Paper fome Time ago) will be finiflied in few Days, and thofc who have already agreed for, or are wiiUog to take any Places, ate defired , to take out their Tickets, and to pay the Money to Mr; Rowles, at 6t. James's Cottec-Houfc in St. James** Sueet i and to prevent Impofiiion, cither by fall< Reports, or otherwife, the Prices of the Boxes, and matted Seats, are a Guinea and a Half, and the ui  Eye Sf ini, which is the belt Prcfervative and Strengthener of the Eye*, always fold for a Guinea the Oance Vial, was olTer'd for Kalf^ a Guinea j and fo many were fold, that thofe who defir'd them were oblig'd to wait till Tomorrow, when a futiietent Quantityof them will be prepared. On Tuefday next he will, for the laft Time, operate ia Pubii 's Service for fome Time, and hi* Father living fame DiAancc (rom London, this it (o prevent him buying Goods or b')rroy�:ing Money liom any Pcrfon whai foever I his Father Caleb K.in^ gi.cs this publick Noiie*. and dcclaixi, that he will p�y no Debts of his Son's con-trufling.   Caleb King. The Publick may be afl'urcd of having, as ufual. the bt-ft Price for any Q.iaiiuty of old Plate, Watches. Jewel), and other CuriotiiiCs, at Stafford iiiilcoc's old Shop, the Corner of Friday Street, Chcaplide, the Golden fJall only. He has always r�ady for Sale the very grcaitft Choice of chafed and plain new Plate, for Exporcatiun or otherwife, done in the ncweft Talle, and moft workmanlike Manner r and all Sorts of Second band Plate and Watches at much lower Prices than common. 1 he moil Money for pawned Plate, Ac. Vfllerday Bank  Stock was  i /T    frdia S.o. k, 1 half.   South Sea Stock, no IVkc    Diuu Old Aouuiir , i'^o   } 8ths a 1 4th.    D.ito  New, too ; b>: , a ^ 8 Bunk Annuliic* 1746. 9^'  1 hall a ^ it^^     P ir^ ,   .7 9/ j 8uu.  Dmo Loiiccy 1747,     i i'aif a 1 4 u a j of Baak AAaaitiea ly^t. 97 | 8:hf a 1 4^. Tbfei per CetT.* Aaauitiea 89 ) 9du a 1 4tti.  MilUoa ftMk bo Price^ Cquivaleat. ao Price,  ftoyai Atfisrance 70 1 tuif.   Loa-* don Aflaraac* 10.,   Bag!'^ COftpw^. ly*. �d.  fl�i�lt Circulation jja. Ptcm.   Udia Qofi4n t]t. a las.* i�. i'.eai _Tbre MWEU� from the V�M fratO tht OtiaiMi*. tin I.IVfcR M>4 RICHARlY , (o�(a:r�:lit ��iN�rYk Mn�i�iwl� �f tl� Eatliai Affib*. iK* aaft�fM,* i iv.n�CHAItm II. HiMiA'a Lttt�A %ii mir ftnrw Lttttr, mi lifiHm tMtr V THE Ailventurrt of Git BUAS � I IkOcmiibns aaM the Uamtalnty H�mui fCmmlelf* } sad koailH m ttm Tb(�b� �l ik* Cmiaa VhMoftmt. Truf. MaarmoU't ratiemll lat�4 fram tbe tat fttiUM.       �hicfc IsaSM. M^f DbTflrtMaoD Mfisil Otsnnr. ttt, Vxmti ibr, ui fcU fcy t. 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