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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 10, 1749, London, Middlesex                                P % IB A     TflVlCv Alii*        1749- RRIV*D, tke KmH Kan. lehnfeii* Iran Vixtfu*, ttd tht iUchad' lUurfetvli� from Jamaica. The Sim ^ Mr Jaft rcnaui.  Wind it*l^a4Kf amv*d a Mail from Gn&ep ym. �i. By thi SMp Notn JDwne de Cuoro, aiTiv''a Wte 6m dtt Havaaaa, wiili a valaable Cargp ofCdcoa mi Totacco^ bcfild 40006 Piaftres in Specii;, we have JUwkaw dMC at O^arturo there were in tliat Port three |lc��f War aad faw otkcr Skip* Udea with upward* y aiM AliOieas oT KSiicr^ Silver, aad Dtlier Mer- -tiMMfitt, wlw *ric picpairi^B 16 fitO. wl|en tite Newt Im.lMoartK ia the Bafumneirt between Admiral Rnio a^d tW Biq^ Adalrat iLnowln t < on which the/ lotfUMwg^ (toper to defCT tkenr Vfyk^jc tiU tbe Situailoa. flf Afllain was store fixtledt jOatu, Jm.au filcrea SUm of .Tuni^ who were iMkiioaid Qi^ of oar Gallori, �wtid Mthtft �j^w Difrt; -tu. tddlHiwme of the Manoera wot l� jStipr^. Sj^ i Uie'Ponx left M JbiMrd, tb make off wUh the ^ /� ttd todk aridi dwm a Sweote Barkr wUCk Jivi^iii ^ Ptort. A fcKwca wu immdiateljr diffatchedt^' F^-] fdt of-tlM. bat to no Parpofe. i fiir*� Jaau |i. All tW Dlfficaltie� gelatlBg. to the; Bwadaaaos bnog put mm mi to bv the Coaveiitlon 6g^'d  i^rOTCinnbetIai4^^^ TieKii^ hang ibov\1 at the �ru�uwu^5 _____ i of Sat^ aaddie Goanty of Ntc^ OGca faai}| W Ike Troopi which hare been qnartet^d' there dMtfttc War^ his'ii^efty has refoIvM to make th^ni a ' Mil sMi Ali^miatBt tor fear Years of the- Duties which |;�eM ii� fay so die Crown. ^ JMI4. Conac doiiin Bmeft de ^lunchow. > ftiw> OwmfeUor, .b dead of an Apoplexy, in i^Ye#iarhn�fee. >fawIl^enM feWdrdeia Tie troofi of the Duko *wr Stj-i� dM !^ of the Marithne PaWeiv. �idersi aad thooghfoaia Atfgina*; 10. dicau 'tniMl with aiqr View of Scmofiiqr �th�rJPewcr. ak foine liiaiala�* fjifon �a%*toho�t the.kall_?Mj�d*. thai Cosfs knat tSSL tMai t>y ti|a ME^ to: 7. Tl^SclieaM for a iewlMffhetw^ ---- Power* aad the Goatt of Vieaaa.' flili i&eeta Dificdties. Yefioday the Fitacli cvacnAcd Mcaia. Onttran and Nieapoi^ and Tomon��i rt Ka^ a% wdl be only the towns of tM Hip!�l|. ^ _    je|�rai�pk cheSfBoaatioawheMdrJitofali �cr&ia'd the uth ia^uife. - ' Abooo. the -Aeach Goanaaodaqt, declaad to Mr., AadttdeJoa^ PiK|idait<^tfaeSche*iai. that U iMt wok fte Toem     am Mon^. a*' hilff *� Hour aAer Seten, with his GarnfamcaofiftsMr of aClP(ah|, lttAfi�: teaaati and fxty Men; W d^t if a6 Oi�er or.Tfoopa ofdKJKlipBblkk Quae bcfese that Tiaw'to ricaPtofn^oa ofthcflacr.JieBidvId leave dw^lWa, an^ the Sj^yi io his Haeds. The hig^ Wind piev^d^ eight �ics aadcr ^ ^imwaaA of �kateosDt.Colo|M;) de auvf fromanivia^ that Day, or cvca'ihe aext Mondn*/":,^ Tadaiy. �jE, Seven ia the Momtne. the General waj hea^ end twj�^-&ve Men of each oTthe three Compaiiiea of BOighcn aJtembled under Arms.  The Fieoch Giiutrir fifabeug di3wn ap, ikt Barghos. with tkeif Oficerstat Anr Bod. cane ted poSed- ihasi&Ives om-aM^ H. Tlia Cwnmacdawt aad the Prcfidcnt bei{ig,-at thfllHteadof *!inr icfpeOtve Com. the former told the latur�' that vf King's Orders'he was to evacuate the Place diat Dl^y.  ^I^JSi*ifid3wxi.  Xlic Prc&Uni-baviitg tbcraupon sdet'd a l>ciadi^t af Barkers' to xtk� mt Ke^ autji any ihca to hia Uoolcv the Baighin^ pnd �pe{Utart filY'd �be Air with didr Apdamaitoas of. Cfg Km th Hmfi�f' Onaifr. Thai the Ficach Caaaaandant ordes'd hi* Troppi naileoC �hiA !^ did in v^gaod Order. foUow'd by of Borghc* to ta�e Poff/BHon of the the Fi^h'wcatoot of. At One o'clock M. de StfvfatiarVl with dwify Idea from the lOaad of .Cadaant. fiesawheacehc fiui'd at great Haxffd froifi th^ Stord). As feoa as he had drawa ap thi* little Body of Men. he feat his A ^aat to ac^naiot the Prdident with hu Arri-adus imiacdiattly came to compliiocat the Comaun-dane. dcclamg, that theFrcneb Garrifoo bciug upon the fosu of cvacntiag the Town, had delivci'd it up to hiin, aggjtthcr weh dw Kcyf. bedt which he had the Honour to rebat him wide N     D N. TJfcOaft tetters from the Hsgoc inform      that there �ff.'?l?**00dscr fnfiHicftkoaia the Provinceof Qroningrn, �^ftsnce of the Regular Trpops, wai how-H&'d ] two of the prioclpsj Motioeers were she fcft owtag their Safety to their aing hcis -   ^yfcppiefs'd L^S*^'^***" for the Coal's going into Moarni., , ^cS^ neat, for her WighneA the l*ic DdchcA I eciof??^-  T** ~ ^^'^  f"" �riniinV.�* tia^�r"��** ar..l Buckles 1 the Ladies to iwcsr black � Yelvm. coiourd liibboas faoj aiid Tippet* ***YS?rit/Wlirf4%l^�^^ �Chr�.HofBiUl. ,wheo it WM iiM^ who Wi�.b�rlt Mi^5olji>r#>B!ithin^Uae^ ,Wis cbofm Clerk of theOtoocinititJUrtt;iAm#  laftNlght ^-rrrDnacambei. ROu iww jwnriea    the Lady      HowaM. Daughtir 4*C tho Bail of (^rli^^ \\\jUiahi lagrais^ �fqt waa It^i^iJlnd*/ nfurried^ at St.' 'George-i. HanQver-^^oate. t<�1Iilif�M^   ir^m^' Oik di� .ftJaftaai:4i�r|t�t�ia��^ |a,^f CtowWjKdf Suryy. Wllliwx P�����.*^ql ^k^the ,imaty4inrc�ih yca# of bb Ag�^ ai^d wi*'lnit!riid TdteM4r#^ Yaiik^t jfMU intlMordOdrt; ^ � han(t�M���nii^^^^ I'hli Day theSe^AcifaMtJl tot(t#ua(di;li lo be m.thie'ParadE fevciatMeii i^ji Reginicnti have fcltwy hpd^,,.   , 1.�    -   r^ii i.v  s 4..' do Wedaefday^anVsM^ foriiia$eridck'driltf ti^ given'-toCa|^,~'WiUiM�^iMka}t.'�*' e whint in th� Um Kfadner, bat to have a left NnJnbfrjof Lalbei. and the r(lt'tf|r�;9nc4^t  otr Pildsy and Saiittday they dnderweat the Puniihmeat in the Harbour. ' * On Friday arrived agiiii at S^thead, the Soader^Md Man ef ^art fte o^iid get f^9 ttirihet.ihan the Back of the iflc of Wight * bat 'tis ihought the other Mm of War that Jbtl'd with her have ftMVtF Plyi&i�Utb.   f       " , Ncxt'SondiiyMorntog a Charily Sermon wilibepreaeh'd in St Peter in Comhili. by dte i^. Mr. Romaiae. Mbrn-iftg Preacher of Sc, George (liy'> yft''%  1�ndXcAufer or Sr. George in- Botolph-Xi^ne, foi^ the Benefit of the Children of eovnifili^l^.^tfttt Wards. On Siinday nei^lhwoCharltV 9^Q)pn> will beprtnch'd b ibe Paiifii ehiiith^of ;Sb hi^el Itoyal on CtOlegerHill. fm thaHeaem e^ theChiUir^  >t in dtc 4fUteinonn J^y Ut�J^^ We are dejired to acquilnt tht Nobility .and Gentry. ths( the GaUieryTo commodiottfly fituated. to fee the Firework^ (at- meatipoed >o this Paper fome I'ime ago) will be iinilbed \n few D*^** md thofe who have already sgrecdlbr, or ve~wiliutg to uke any Places, are defired to take oat their Tidketr, and tp pay the Money to Mr^ Rowlei, at St. Jamcf'^ tMli'ecHoure in S�. James's Street i and to jprevtfht Impo^'ion^ .lithi-'r by fslle' Reports, or otherwtw; the Price* of tlte Boxri, aqd matted btm, are a Quinta and a Half, and the unmmcd. at a Guinea each Place I and no more Tickets will be made than the Gallery will eafily contain, by allotving a Foot and a half to each Pcrfont end Care will be talten to provide gosd Rvfrcth-n)cn(t, and jyopcr Attendant* for tpo ,t�die!j. The Publi�:k may be alTured �f .having, as uftiU, the bcff Price .lor any Qyantity of old Plate, Wau-fcci, Jewell, and other CurioUtii-s, ^t iiLiflTord Brircoe"; old "^^^op. the Corner of I'riJay btrcct, Chcapfide, lUe GoiJft> Ball only. He hits aKva>� rcuUy for Sale the very {^rejicit Choice of chaicd and plain new Plate, fOr Rxporr.icirxt or othatwif*. dpnc in the newcfl Teilc, ami moif v.oik-invilike Mantiflr; and all Suxci of Sccond'iiwivl Fi.uc .inJ Wdchcd at much lower Pttcci. than common Ihe'moti M&iicy for piwneJ I'latc, &c. A hne Rotv 0jaa.uuj &oi,iiiiki;e, to be fo'd vcr/ chcay Kow nad) �� Jehtr. a atw M�d�t m the Pitc^ larger than a liatfl>ovii�. oi> Wbtdi tiie Butt of bii M^cfty t Oh the Kcrer{e.'Bti<'atii:.a pfturin| oiit of � Cor-nacopia vatietf o� ttttit*. rtfr<(enti�g rknty j iti the oi&et Hand, an CU^Sr Hrar.ch. and leiniag on � Shield, on whi aad tnm on the left Hand. The MarraHp* (t*ifth�r in�ih a LiceivCe on A Pivc-:Sh�HiBg Stunp aad t.Vijinte) t��alw ricd on for aGuinn as itiaisl. MiyTim^tittv|roar ja ih� Afteraooa. by aaosher reguWr Oernaihar at MrKtlflll^ Htde Chapel m May-Fair� �car H>%4>n��Gei�nr; MpiN file the gcc.T'ChaMl. aad^ within tan Yank of k r^cuiett is a Potci> at.the Uowalihe mC^ocntiy ChiJth.Ftn^-^'--^: - High. Wa|ir #t L�idBa.ittdg^" dkir Dm it �i Ukmt^ ifl^ 4in ttet Jiomingi **d sf �f� 4 ia dm AJ^Iiwaa.^ Yeltofey ifaak Scbai^ 'iEinlrAittiuiiCS 174$, is^~nDttf� s. Ditto Lottery        99 9* I AniuutM�;t74f. OQ 7 SOtt. Thit M ot 3 Stha. MaSoa Bank 101 1 174 a i half a t 4th. SifdMM Si   , Ditto Old Aaauitics, tOt 7 Iths.  Dfefti i Ith^XSthK^iEijilr^ittiigi^    " jooa^oySths. '7 SthsT Baak Cent, Ainhaitiei 91 ^ Equlvalenv ab Pricer Reryal Airetaace C^y.* Aflataacs 10. Baglifli Conner ab Prke, ScvcB pet Cent. Bmperor'a.louu no Ptice. Baak Cirodmloa 4k �dl Preai>, India Ba�-dt      j      a �6t- F'    ^; f Q HN   C A SAL Tvl N E|('a daalni.Mli. IS ti^ov*d from tliu X-anit> �iid H^wiMhaii tn ^ l4i*h a�l Siw In the l�iMta% made�lbt>lM�ol�9*iaifer the Watr* m itsAiaMs Jtatss { Mat er.fMttiB(|di M Vow llviCa#a:-et �heCiWsai.tf|ai^iS4n>lf;^ f l*r Mr Ait.W<)Sjifh^ ,_______ Bwmdr��lh�il�t.*ei iMilwfawial%(�ht��r4iraili�ilA1^^ Mm M titer MOsf ScMnw. aaM^ iWJOMk ItthaTI^ WitktheOtWmrLmn*, t�it%aiifciws ais i�,dM^tfaCcr4f�*wc. UiiiVtdi. tmif^Vimz 1740, Cm taviiiM n�n�e ta      lU im4t diil�13i^^ or tat rat of tbtm. �iS be niky efs t&Jnttnv^ ai4 dtMh? PMv�k fiTaT BJUa^^yTS rtiiwy^Ltm 1 ani J. UStau Ctarit,-t:hA. -i. ^ �ic�ti
                            

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