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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 28, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advertifer. SATURDAY,  Jahvary a8.  1749. DnJ, January 26. IS Majc%*s Sloop the Badger, with the Tnisfports, Eatt Indiamen. and all the outward-bound Sbimri arc preparing to fail. Wind Ealf^ North EaR. Yefterday arriv'd the Mails from HoLLAxo'and France. rifna, Jmm. a J. Laft Sundav fltocral Lichen, who commands lie Rcfiaa A�mliarie�. iSd M. dX)rloflr. Major-Gcnwal md ducT Cbouai&ry of the faid Troopf, wct� pre-Jttted to thdr laiperial Majc/tie* hj Ur. Ifanczinflcl, Bar�r>ExtrtardiBarf from the Empref* of %uffia, and �a� ��7 fradoafff ntxxnA^ The next Da/ thc)r'had Hoaoar to 4iae with the Archdatchefs Manr Anne, sad w fV tkcar Rcfpeas to all the imperial Family. An ISnn&iaftM� Nice, with the ReTpIution that the Court is ofcea to pot the Ooke of Modeaa in PoiTeifion of the ficfa wiDdi hcayiftA in Httngarjr before the War. bt*r, y*m, xz. That are Letterj here, wrote by one ^ ^ JJtmA MtSonarics from the Eafl-Indies, dated the sxA �f Jaly, �nd the t^th and jeth of Angnft laft, which isnuoa. (hat Adtninl Bofcawen had joined Vice-Adminil Ciifia before Poadichctry. that that Flace was vigoroufly mxk'd by the Engiiai Meet, and that the French bravely A fir Mini it s ACvcnbckfs it was thought they woul'd fqoa be ob&gcd to farreader. no:withttanding the new Works wlocfc tod been lately made to the Fortifications, and the Fkovifion sad Saras they had lately got in there. j�m i* Framu, Jmm. i}. The Infant Don Fhilip anrtvM kerc Aft 6J1 iafiatt. As the Report is rcnew'd. that the BvacaBODu ia Italy are ^ia fufpeaded, there ii nothing ittd caacesBJ^ hii I>cpartiira. PmwiM, JfB. ay. Several Ships from the Levant are Innr'^ atltot rOricat, on Atcoant of the India Company. . The' Oder Htf the Ring received a Coarier. by the IMpastlNls vbcxcof a certain Court, it's faid. demands an JLaas^arf^ Bed/�f 40000 Men j bat it*s not known what jtx&Ieioa wdl be t^ken thereoa 1 thou^ moft of our Pofeiciass think that the King cannot help fuUiilinv the EamicaKau he haa.cnter'd into. The Dauphin has been lligai^ sadiTpoa'd, bat is pcrfcAly rccovcr'd. lis Taid the EaA ladia Company pennies to 'make a new Settle-smbz Bpm die CoaA 01 vioiacy. ia order to carry on the Ttafick of Xc^roca wi'h more Facility. Prnfi* J-im-n3im, Jam. ay. Letters from Gjcnoa. dated (ith, advife. that the Convoy of Spanifli Troops re-tiaii.'g t* CataloB a, faiPd a few Days beiote with a pretty inoaabk Wind; init as it changed the n�t Day. 'tis un-nsna �belher it could proceed. It's not yet known �h�a the twcsity Battalions of French Troops will leave de Ndc^teapbood of Genua; V^t it's cerum that Mon-^-t dawadm has contradcd with � -Aew Conpan/ of -' * iJcrP^t-ifioBS for the Army tilt the End of nejct ftihaps tlicy laay not be wanted fo long, as we de�iapefs wOl canfent to the ReAitution of the --i shkib'lKloi^ to the Geoocfe, �id to thb Ex^uiion of the other Anides agreed upon at the Con^refs of Aix faCkafKlle. Fmrii Jf-Utm�is, Taa- 31. We have rccciv'd Advice Cnm Nkc. that the CommtlTanes affembled there have Bp^^ a Coevcation. fckiog the Time of the RcAitutions arfech are to be made in Italy ; that thofe of the Eutprefs, of tbe Oake of Modcsia. and of the Republick of Genoa, kaae igi^d a poivaSe one. whereby that PrinceA fecurcs to bodi dHfe roarers UiC peifod Execution of every Thing Mat icSaaes so &cm ia the Treaty of Peace; and that the boB have ?^'d anodw wherein it is cxprcfs'd. that as fiioa as the Kjiag's Conunifiisries at Bruffch flull be made acoaaiaMi arkJi the Rxecation of the Decrees in Qucftian, _ ftaO tctafd the Evacuation of the Places belonging the fia^refs in the Hainaulc This News occahons ^-- joy. a� ue arc perfuaded that nothing now can dcfagr dtt Pcbbcatiozi of the Peace. Bnjftis, JoM. sS. Thb Morning the Frmch evacuated ttn^^. afocr havioK been In PoiTeffioii of it a^r two Vaaia. The Impend Troops immediately cucr'd the �dcr a general Difcharge of the Artillery and Ra^pif of Bdh. There wiU be in Evening lUumi-�Biee> and odjcr pufalidc R^mcinju on this Occifion. Mw^L, Jam. jj.   The I>uuJt Troops are marching B� Ob Pialc�aa of the B�nicr Towns, and a Dctachmen* ow CsaixiJba is goac to occupy Aloft.   We hear that ^ FoMsscaoa&s of Moos, Adi, and Charleroy, are catsBdy dcttobih'd.  By the Dcftruaioo of the ^^gfa^f OBdeoarde, ike Schcld is quite rxpofcd as far ?-^****      ^      *** hdcnia the Coontry u open, and M�#iomJhnay saakc locuiaozu to the Very Gates of the tlicy pkafc.   From thcle Ciicumaanccj *� aHwrhrmded, thaz proper Care will naturally be taken taptonda ior the Sccmity of chcfe Provio�es> by making 4pajrtaii�csioAs upoo the f/�nucrs. ��- The Freach have evacuated tlia Mand I C^d^ i mA um Day the I'roops of the State took jBfcfco of SJ. a. Weil as of all die other Places of Duich , WMCrs the fevcsal Foru thcicon dcpcwding. _ **gf�. F'i- �- AcQMtling to the lait Lcuers from �irfhaciB. ewcry iiui>g i� ,eady for the Evacaation 0/ JtaCiijr, whsch u to be soade Tofl^rtow, and M�or> Veaawi iJiAaitn u m take PoiLfioa of it with a ilody TW fjUowic^ h a TranOatioB of his M�)cfty'i Lettor ^SMM Gcaenl for rccaUmx (he Earl of^ Sandwich. iSi* W Afci*-> L^Jj. tar gttj Fritadi, Auin, amd , N^jpciiiioas for a General Peace having J>cen , "fP^fy dczcrjuiorJ by the Conilufiufl of a D�nujiivc ^no[^>3i�t.iii,j,^ ihc iuJ of iatulurich, in order that he a^QZTcift iic iniportant Poii which we hawc conJcir'd "SSm^**     ^'-^^ Kingdoros, at a Rec^ompcncc for the *^ �aloas ii.rv cci whuh he has ren^iet'd us : ***��jm oit inttniate Corwf o^dcact. � Wc promife oarfelves, that jrou will give entiri^ Credit^  to cvtry ITiing that he reprcleat* to you on our Part, ifl ' Confotmlty of thcfc Srntimcntr, w*Jch we lhall always ' preltrvc. Wc pray God have you, Hij^h and Mighty-' Lords, our godd Fricnilt, Allies, and Coaf'd to appoint juhn Mainwaring, Elqi who had the Honour of his Majeily's CommtlTion lu Captain during the lato Rebellion in (he faid Noble Earl's Regiment, Collcdlor of the faid Duties for Nantwich in Chclhire, a Place of 300!. a Vcar, and upwards. Northumberlaud-Houfe is repairing as fait as pofCbIc for the Reception of his Grace the Duke of Somerfct, who is coininglo rehdc there as foon as 'tis fini/li'd. Laft Tuefday was m.-itricd at St Andrew's Church, Holburn. Mr. James Laf&te. an eminent Wine-Mer�.ha;it of Craven-Street in (be StranJ, to Mif� Wilkinfon, of Keniiogton-Square; a young 1 ady of g'Ciit Beauty and Merit, with a Fortune of 400 �>! We bear thft on 'i'ucfday laft at a Vertry held in the VcfUy-Room of St. Martin in the Fields, Orders were given to the Vcllry>CIeik to proceed agamll divert Prrfons who had been guiUy of Mifdeineanori in the faid l*8rilh, pAr:icularly agamil one who had atUuhcil and abu�'d the Conftable of the Night in the Exccuuon of his Office > 'tis Pity fo valuable au OHicer as a good CunllabU, is not oftcner encouraged and fupportcd when opprcls'J by our Midnight Defperadoes. Ycftcrday Richard MapcfJen, hite of Havvkhurll  in (he County of Kent, a notorious Snitijr^ler,  was committed to Newg�te by J jflice Ficldii.j;, for not furren dcring himfclf wiil.in lotiy Days ufitr ijie hrll Publication in the London Ga;(ct(c fur liiut puipulc On 'i'liurfday Nigh', abom I iocii o'clock, a Coach go:inj for the Bd/ocgti, \va> r. Derailul >t. Bu^wu, und i'lvLnuv.*!'^       1:../.. .l,r . txd Ihst in the �\ft#r>ioon b/ lli� Rev.' Mr. Il'-ekflail. Morning Ptcachcr f>4 St Luttc. kt4 Lrautur �f tiie^iy# Church. � Tiie f'ame Dav twn CbaorlCy Keiwo�! ttC�vyMigitt; tmH^ f>r the Ikneht of a Huad^liMr Ba^s ol i*e liwl Atlkt ..that in the Moriihfg % ^ Rlt^t Rev;JTatlMV.ia d'^  Churi^ Sermons oUt b�t {irtaca'^a di�-P�ci(h Chuich ojf St. Kdlnawi iheKimg i� JUhnIm^I^-Snittt diat in ih�, Morntdg.by tht Rev. Or.Mmnnm^ Rcaor of St. M�fy le fi^^w jp Chftpfiie � aacl dttt H ^ Aficmoan by dM Kcv. Mr. WarMr, Htaorof Sl'litclkMkt Qutcnhidi. ^heiyte SiNr^l�l�%lR0h3 �ritl he prracbM im m ?viSh%:kmlk^9t:X>kmvi9ufnt}, fordi�BtacikOf thfe Charity Bby* of l|0|b*EiMl OM Tomn AuKiikr MoraioK by ih� ftfv. Mr. 1'li�m*. Anirm't^ tlliis.ru. , Piiatril fm th� Attthot. *n4 fuid at tua. Ilbutc to V/aihioak, aarf �a lbs Alulick-Shoft. m.rt  mar       i->J. Sis Csolstii, formtily ^ubiifticd by the Umt Aolhor. General "Ftiil OfuJc, "Jan. 16, i;^*. WHERE/IS tht P,,i^B�j Inn^ixs ii$ Sivjijiam IHvJ fum that truin to 'Th,t/utJ, n S^turJu^ /�/?, tif   , tJ^b inftanl, luiit attuthrd em tki Htg_b*uitjf, ttt M Piatt faifJ B-idnMj,   bttiutin Stviiffbhm ntid Ibtl't'd,  im tit CiMM/f �f N�rfoH, bj t'lvo tLj^lnutiymen an Utrjibaict, � t Bigi, and at;'o tht Lttttrt /ram J'tv rjj �iL,r /tvi //I and PLiiii in iln 'Tirtf/*rd D'omtb: 'fbtPtw/ma wba (jm/uitttd ihi, Ktbhtrj art d.Joihtd t* bt hath fi��t MiW^ and ant t/ ibtat vuU) tniitilid an a Hgbtgrrf Htrft^ ami tkt otbtr OH a kmvtt ant     Ht * ibt gr,y Ittr/t ttiat d-t�ltHm a i'lilJIit'd iigbt-citiir'd lyaijttaal, muh m GrtutCtat over tht fault i   amd b* an ihi /r< .til it mititid lu a R.-t^ard a/' Two Hundred Pvioa^", ci/rr und abi-ut ibt R.-xia'd gi--'ii ^) / �/ Par/'iammpf f�r aff'thtadiHg if Hi^li',K;ny>ai� , or ,f axy Pir/jm^ ar Pnfani, ii.i/tltir Atumfliit in lf: t l.iij Rti^f't,   ht Hl- Tcj.eci Po^rud.. ttU � rj �. Cjmnaid 0/iba Pr>J! AI.     ^'��nr-il, G�0.' .      a/ ill    jretti,.!.,   I'ciy  ii...'  it >i.iJi tj 13 'bt b.fttfi .tit Brnn n, �^    bi. M^j', ^} > Mnii at R.:it huh. -'tfa'-f.   

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