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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 7, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Advertifer; T IT E S D A Y.  February 7.  i7+9 Mm FikMory 5. A M fi dowa, his Majefty** Ship the Garland, and fe�cn race Ship*, which are not as yet at /Anchor. All thf Outward-bound fail'd YcIlcrdAy after Poll. Rtroain, the Dutch Indiamen.   Wind N. \V. \'ertf rday arrived two Mail* from Holland and one from FaatcE. Papfimrg, -Jan. 9. On^thc 7th there was a Fire at CroniuJt, which in a fliort Time rediJccd to Aflirt the Hofpital of the Marine, which was built all of W'ood." and burnt with fuch Vehemence that many of the fick People were confumed in the Fltmcs, there not being Time to favc them. The Weather has been for foine Day* pad fo exceffirely cold here, that fevera! Perfons have been found in the Streets frojsen to Death. The Equipage of Count Bemes. Aftb4lador from the Court of Vienna, wlrjch fet out laft We*lrft>rMbfcotr,.�r� oblitped tottop by the Way by rcsfon of the Violence of the Cdid, as well as the laft Di'Vifion of the Regiment of Guards, fcmal of the Soldier* Whcr^f have been iVezen to Death. Stociho/m, Jan. 17. Letters from Cardfcroon and the other torts of the Kingdom advife, that as toocb Dil^cnce is vt'it as. the Saaftw^wwH petmit, in finishing the Men of War which itt upon the Stocks, and all ncccil'ary Dilpo-fittotta are made tor putting; the Maritime Forces of the JUngdom in a good Condtttoii. Letten from Finland intimate, that Meafure* have been To well taken there, that in cafe of Needii a powerful Army may be brought into the Field { but People flatter themfclves that there will be no Ncccflity to come to Extremities, feeing the Court perfifts in undertaking nothing on that Side, and AOorances of the like Nature have been given by that of Rilifiia. Copenba^eH, Ftt. i. Uppn the aQth of the laft Month, the Queen was happily ddivcr'd of � Prince; the Child wa* chrtfien'd by the Name of CbriQian; there was a tnagai&ccnt Entertainment in the Evening, the King's Table was ierv'd with 103 DiJhes, beiidet which there were two other Tables. The whole City m� overwhebn'd with Joy, and all the Houfea weze Uluminated for three Nights fucceiCvely. The King has refolved to make a Progrefs intoNorw^ the next Sptuig. Preparations are already making for tK0 Journey, and the two Minifiers of the Council wilTaccoiO' pany bts MajeAy. Warfaw, Jan, �6. The King has ligned the Univerfals for the Convocation of an extraordinary Diet; but liis Miijeity has left a Blank for the Date, to the end that it mav be 8fli:mbled whenever he lhall think proper. htma, Jnn, 29. There is much Talk here of a Negotiation being upon the Carpet between this Court and mat of Great Britain and Rama, the Intent whereof is, tit iaid, to mainuin the Tranquility of Europe, and at the fame Time to fecurc that of the North. The Count d'Oedt. Vice-Chanccttor of Anftria. being Yeilerday ait a Rklotto,. upon .quiuing a Lady with whom he had jult Vcn danctng, was taken with an Apopleftick Fit. and died inftantlv Colofft, Ftb. 6. The Rhine has within a few Day* fo overflow'd, that it has been thaught proper to ihut all the Gates of this City on the Side next that River. Ptmi, Fti. 3. Some Letters from London make the Duke of Richmond's coming Amb.itrador into France uo' ceruin, and iniinuatc, that the Earl of Hallifax may pof-fibly be appointed upon the EmbaOy from Great Britain to this Court. The King has gratified the Marquis de Puyfieux with a Penfion, bcAdes his ordinary Appoint ments of 240*0 Litres. Pari), Ftb. 10. According to Advices received here fAm Genoa we are inform'd, that every thing relating to the Evacuations in Italy was fettled, and that the Troops were to withdraw, and all to be completed by the 24.1b or S5th of the laft Month ; that tlic Affair of Corfica fccms the moft diiKcult to adjuA; that upon the Departure of the Poll it wa^i not known what Rcfolution tbdfe Ittandcrs came to in their laft genera! Aflfembly. It i> reported, that the Rebels are veiy ready to throw themfclves under the King's Protedlion, but will hearken to nothing propofcd by the Republick, the War in which that Sta:e has been engaged, having coll upwards of thirty-five Millions of Livrcs. The Declaration of the I'cace is fix*d for the  xth inftant, Te Dcum to be perform'd neat Day in the Great Church of ihi� (Jiiy j in tlie Evening a fine Firc-vork will be pla^'d olF. in which will be rcprcfented the 'I emplc of Peace, at the Front vhereof will be pbced upon a i'edeflal tHe King's Statue, prefcnting the Olive-Branch to France; and all the Streets will be then illamvnatcd The 7'radcfmen will be obliged 10 toccp their bhops Ihut for three Days during the Time of this publick R.]oicing. Two eminent Men Midwives of this City have been or-dcr'd by the King to aifitt at a Coufulution, in order to difcovcr the Caufe of the Mifcornage of Madam the Dau-phinc/s. This Coafultation lafted an Hour, at which were Prtfent four Phyficians and nine Surgeons, who prcfciibcd rorec-Water. However, the Dauphincf) u at piciVnt pcr-UtiXy rccovei'd from her late Mifcarriage. NotwitWlaml-ing the great Ke/orm daily making among lie Troops, we are very bufy ia raiftng of Seamen, whence it >s beiiev'd, that the Government is in good earneft repairing the Navy. AH young Ptople and Workrocuof different Trades who vo-lunUrtly offer Uiemfclvcs.arc t?ken into the Service to he fcnt to our Colonics in America, in order 10 repiir tkc Damages d9ne there to our Trade during the liue War; ajl the foung Women who   are under Confinement for being roftimtes, or other criminal Behaviour, are likewife deigned 10 be fent there, m order to people thofc Parts. Miuflh.he^ FJ 3.   The Frcrch Truops evacuated tlas forueU this Morning, and took the Road leading to Licge, fiom whence ihcy will icp.^ir 10 Naoiar.    1 taufe *f the States General iminediaicly look Puirefiion of it ai aiof ihe forts which depend littrcupon, 10 the great aaH�f4dion of the liihabitaius. ^^f'l       4    Yeilerdiiy the Jteguiienfs of I o� Hios J  to a Detachment of lmperiall>eof it the prefcnt Situation of Ad'-iits, in order to take proper Meal'urcs for re-eftabli6iin|iConmercc,and ptuting ilung^ upon the anttent Footing: It;s aflnrcd that there is a new 1 reaty upon the Tapis batWcen Great Briuin and Holland. Toumay and Oudeaanfe atto to be reflorcd tins Day. and we flatter oarfclves tfaat Mon% St. Ghilain, Ath and Charleray, will be cvacuiftd tha ijth. Hegn., Frk 9. We Iilini fiom Dutch FlanJcti, that the ScaKity and high PciC]| of Praviiions which had pre-vail'd there for fome I'in^' had ceased fincc ihe Departure oi the French; this Cmnltry being now f.ipplt ay of her late Majcny Queen Anne, the Cripplegate Grciuwticrt ihet at the Baptill-llend Tavern in Aldermanbttry. W commemorate the Birth of that glorious Queen; whetc |lells were ringing, and Fireworks ditjpla> d. and where tinere drank the Healths of his Majefty King George. thc|!riite� and Princefs of Wales, the Duke, and the reft of t|tt Boyal Family, with other loyal Health*. A Gentleman that has behs ijniprifon'd near ten Years, waa within thefe few Dajra Cdmniitted to Newgate, for refufing to deliver up his S&ate. dec. to his Creditors, pur. fuant to the late AA of inlblvcncy. Oii Tborfday Mr. John-Foul^uicr. Goldfmith, of St. Martin** le Grand, was aulricd �t Cheihunt to Mifs Sally Kedhcad, only Daughter 9^ ttt. Thorny* Redhead { a very agreeable young Lady of Medt and Fortune. On Saturday Morning lajl w�i nuaried at St. Andrew's Church. Holbam. Edwaid Cole, �^ Bloomlbury-Square. Efq; to Mifa Molly l*wes, one of the, Daughters of Mr. Lawes, u eminent Auorncy � LaWj (if Cail^-Yard, Hol-bom i an Igteeabte young Ifiy^ endow'd with every Qualification neccfllry to render4hat^Statf ^ft>niy happy. YcOcrdiqr between tivennr and thit^ of the Perfons conccm'd in a Riot at Litch&dd^^ma able finee, appeared in the Court of Kiag'f Bfnch."where they wcte fined 6*. 8d. each, and dilc|iar�;*4i. HOME    6 III C U I T. Jm/Uct Ahuf oW m. Jmftiu Daifim, Hcrtfordfliire. TborliUy Fcbruai> aj, atthe Town of Hertford..   ...     ,      ^    . .      ."^     ,;' ' Eflex, TucTday Fdiroarf a8. at CilHtnslord. Kent. Monday March 6, at Roc heller. SulFcx, Monday March 'j. at Eaft Grinftead. Surry. Thurfday Match 6, at Kingiton upon Thames.. Cgmttriiuy, FiS. ^ Hi* Gra^e the Lord Archbiftiop of Canterbury, having litcly given the Vicarage of Chiflet in this Diocefe to the Rev. Mr. NichoUs Simons has now conferr'd on the laid Mr. Simons, the Vicarage alio of St. Nicholas at Wad^ both lately pofleb'd by Mr. Henry Pcarfon, deceased. They write bom Folkllone, that on Tuefday lafl the yR of January, were rejnov'd from the Town daol there to Maidfione, by Habeas Corpus, under a ftion^ Guard of Dragoon.*, Solomon Harvey the younger, RicbaraCock, and Wll lliam Pagg, charg'd on Oath with felcf ioufly entering the Warehottib of Solomon Harvey the cider, and carrying from thence a large Quantity ot Callico and Lin  nco, that was lately fav'd out of the Ship juSrow Rebecca. Capt. Jonas Starck. draodtfiat FolkAone atbreiaid the 16th of January. And 'tis faid many more will be committed for the fame Crime, and that the Merchants and Duc^^ors of the Iniurance Office are detcrmin'sl to ptofecute them with the utmoft Rigour of the Law. EJinlwgl>, Jaa. 31. Yefterday his Excellency General BUnd, Commander in Chi:f of all the Forces, Garrifuni. &c. in Scotland, fet out hence for London, lie has left behind him a tnoA amiable Charadbr in every Part of his ConduA. *Tis faid he will bc/uccccdcd in the Command here by the Right Hon. the Earl of Albem�rle. This Morning his Graoe the Duke of Aihole fet out from tiiis Place for London. On Friday taft one John Hood, a married Man, Heckle-maker, in the Pleafanif. was by a Warrant of the jutticc of the Peace of this Snire, upon a Petition of the-Procura tor Fifcal, committed Prifoncr to the Tolbootb, for having been in IJfe for fix Months paft, by the Help of Eifpct Moodie. fome Time Kefidrnicr in Ha!kerftoir� Wynd; to debauch feverai youn^Girls, about fourteen Years of Aj^e, aitd under. Moodi^h.*! made her Efcapc, but a Wairant is out to ap,^rebenJ her. Lutgatt, Fti. 6. We the poor dillref^'d Piifuncrs on the Cummon Side return,our Anccrc and heatiy Thanks to our unknown kind a'd generous Iiencfa6)or, iur a Guinea put into ur Btfggin^Iiox Yefterday in (he F.vcning, in a Paper oiark'tA A A. which was equally dnidrd, to (he great Comfort and Relief of uj uniiappy Citizei^ this cold Seafon. Fl,/ Prt/am, Fti. 6. Wc the poor Pnfoneu or. the Com men bide belonging to ihe Bc^j^iiig-Grate, lu::ri(>ly' rcium our heary Thank.) for a G-naea put into the i'f^^ i.g Bo.x by a Gcn(leni.in. mark J A and .i;ew�l>? (01 u it linra y�eu by a Gcnt'eina-i itc j-ll ol ihe lalt M->r, h. vi,i\kI\ were both equa'Iy c'ui le Relief to us in this our jire^t DiUicf�. ihcic bc;r^ many l.)a/s in which ive don't ect 1.) luoih as a I'cnny a Dty Kji^'i B on �t.e Corn nioii 5iile reiii.-n o.ir root'- huiulj'c Ai-.ii liCAr;v   rinnki to our moll kli.d, i.Ksr;(.�b!r, woiili;,. and o.;^fl().vii  Uci;l--factois. tttiO Ict.i li f. 0 j.-cep cii .Njjmia;  U.i 31-.ii ot Jannaiy, *tid for tcn:^ lli!f�p4�k Ltiav^s h^A * �. fd �i' Moncv, on Wodn.t \ nine Qiwncrn Losiei 6n S.\r'u.t}jn..Ufl.    '^  , A'.t�?.i,-., F./. 6. We |r�c�dl�ri anti^ l�diKCnl Dcbtafs on the Common Si'f ictmn out hrti�ty mid Ui�!ei|(inMl Tli.iiilv.� M a gvnef.MM II.'ief!>�'lor, in a f^i'un'io put imo the IliYgl"? uo.x VirtUnJ.iy in � F.ipcr'�i�*rk"d A. A which was ivj i:,\]y ('mdcvl; A svtlcoiue S\|pport in t!>i. our g'e.it K.ttrcDM y, loinc l�h .tu lie on. ^ We are tkfired to dccnisint ihe Nobility and Gentry, that ilie CJallery lo cominoJioiHly fttuated 10 (c4(thi$ llr*.' woiks (.IS mentioned in this Paper (oinc Time ago) ftill be finiflioJ in few Da>�� mid thole who have.alreadi' agreed for, or are wl ling lo r.iKo any PJ.iccj. arc delitrd to take oiit their Titkets, �r.d to f�y (he .Money- tO M*. 'Rowles lit St. JiiMcs's CoffiC'Hnufc in S:. }%mct'$ Stfttt t and to prevent Imporuion, cither by talie Keportsi^ cncc. The Toar arc fupplicd with Medklnei aiid every Thing conducive to thcit Cure �r.-vti<. 05 ufanl. To be fccn and heard till U'dyO.iy, and no lorger. tSti Lyrichord, which iini'ates'the Violin, ViolonccUo.apouble BArii, and Organ, although with Catgnt Strings on!)-1 the Impeffe 'l^'c at Noon till Six. at the next Houle-to Ra'vthincU's CqftVc lloufc In Henrietta^ Street, Coveht-Gardin, at i s. each Perfon. j The Way to Ke th's Chapel is through Piccidilly, by the End of St. lames's Street, and down CUtgei-Stteet, and turn on the left Hilntl. The Marriages (together with  Licence on a Five-Shilling Staml* arJ Ccrti^at�i)' are carried on for a Guinea ns ufual, any. Time till I'our in ih� Afternoon, by another regular CtergKman, at Mr Keith' little Ch;pel in May-Ftir, near H/dc-Park-Cofner, ot>pD> fitc the great Chapel, ahd within ten Yaria of it) there is a Porch at the Door like a Country Church Porch._ High Water at LondfHi Bridge this Day at MiautM after a in the Morning, aod 10 after | l�i the Afternoon. JOHN    C A S A L T I N IS remov'd from ihe I. ajnb and Scur in lloun4rili(ch, to the L.in)l> and Star In th� Minctic*, that Ea4 nvit AWnjic-Cbiueb,- *hrn he eiwitioue* to �cl| �ll forti ol'Cli)�tli�, r��ly nude, lor M�n "ml Hovj i �ltj DronJ Ciotbj, .SBr^tt, Bnq|^t>i; ten, ia (he ricre, tt nM'ontbk R1ii�i) aiiJ hopes tor \ivs CuntinnMKe at tin Favourl of hn Fi >riiJ�. This   Day   is  ptMJb'd^ U  Srvfti f'altmt. 1,   (Pr-ff 11. 11,  hmnJ) CL A in S S A : or, Ihc Hillory of a Young U\[c.   And pJiticuUily IKtui ii(i,  the Uillri^il.i  ihst m^y llleud (tie Milcundi>4t tM>i4i ut IHtenH anil ClhiMien, lii Rs'atioa to Maniag*. PubUjhtd  i,   Ihe   Editor   ./   PAMELA. Cniiicd t'l .S, Uicb irOL iii AhiI I'M t>jf ] C.i{kara, In Patef-Mfltf* Row. j A. Mi.Iar, ovfr �fa oft iCaihenfM-Sit.-it >n the Straihl i J. and J. Rly>i>l(t�a, in      Paul's Chuitb-Yud | R. Uudflty, in I'slt-Mtll) and J. l.rakc, it Baih. The 5th, 6tb and 7th Vulumri, miy In bad aloist to comptata Sctr. Wbis   D7y   Ts   publiJh^A^ Py   tbt   KING'j   Ro)a/ Lictnt*  uud PrtttHitn, In T'wa f'vjum/i H^fiitt, Pritt hannd 1/. 101. THIi Llciiicnts of ALGliBRA, in Ten Books. By NICHOLAS SAl/NDERSON, if.. D. Imu LiUJji*i l'r-/>j/^r af Ibt AUhimuluki in ibt L'uvrJitypJ' LSt^titlgr, am,i K H. S. To whirh are prefia'd, 1. ('lie Laic Ini ChaiaAer of tbt Author, a. Hii PalpaMe Aiilhnirticb decrplxr'd. I'lintcd a( Canibridae, and (uU by C. Davii. ia Holborn { A. Mdtar, in the Sirjndi J- Whift m, In FU�(-Siiccl ^ aftd W. Thuilbounn, hi Cam bridge � This Day are publijh'd^ in Three l^olumes, Folto^ UuTT'^f scamaw, ill OmJ-i^'ii'J, Cinfiru/.'tr t/ tit Clu�>J>4r pUl'.Ci:UK<:NTS  in CONVKYANCING, \    (flllrd and apprnv'd \)(l..irii>ia, ji�J ul U�t�inrtiiaUoni til \\, Ch.et luv.r.,. Wall .11, U4acs anJ KiVcit, Mooiiuii), MilKi, tci. b( liMI kP .wu \v.,f d. I il�.liii(   U n   ml  mi'rMtl  (tcv.>| itM<.-i )iid  Clianfra ilia'  bar* b ppcrt'd m  r� ly  KIN'.IK) J,  VtllS VtfK 1, a. d sTaI L. h.udrjitd       . .S.-.t*'.'� Mai> .   By f.mjtt.ti /l>t�.. r, (ar*.|ji4,'lirf ro .4 Mj!'(I).     Uc Mg   i(t cc* ^ fi^n tt'i  rn/r.v..4        t.'iliflf to l/c Urlt U >ut t( iI.cmI.,'�cv  . i*ini't4 liir   .V'r((   lfV*<.   Wir-,  VVji',  Ki.'j'I'.",   C'liric, l.-jnjfT, Vi.c,,i_  Olt...ii,t-,   V.'l.iim,i.'n,   Itru.   H.nh,   A^'cn,  C.,ii . lW I   ... J K.'.nilii.i. ,  ��  : :� I W  > >  H'liiil, irt J,/-,4lii i-. fi.i<', �"/�'_/ iil^ ' ' H.-'i, mj.-j ij .'.9 Ji'i/Jt Niii.fi f i t't^^^ Ji %i   .91  vhjni . 1 '.i , Jt I . . ..i tl.c t ^ ��.(.! , .a 1 J. t 1 fi. .t j(.  n l-' I .       ? : I f   l^ f   1   I {.,M out ' �    w I V i ll.- .ji *i \tn^ Dtwui^ , ^   

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