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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 14, 1749, London, Middlesex                                .   t U ife S 13 A Y,  F�i�*UAJir J4,  rH9- 1 ' ^ft if Soatli. iWu. Wind Ydlerdaj^ ferriv^ it MaS fttim HoLtiiito and om fram Fhahcb. 7�r. tj. Mr. Kcene having recdv'd kis Ordm from Londoa to Rfoir to Madrid, it preparing to oat on tliat Joamejr in a Day or two. M. Chartgay. AmbaiTador from Fiance, is preparing to mm bome. He wiU take Madrid in his Way, whereke will Aajr two or thr�e Dttyt, to vatStr with theSpaoifli Miaiftcr*. Vitma, M.t.  It U feme Tiaw fioce wc had Advice hf the way    Turk/, that the BiotlKr of the new Sopld twho dethroned the famoos Thamas Kouli-Kaa, bad talaen np Anni, aod was on bis March ax the Head o�-�powcr-fnl Army, wiA Defien to place hiaH'df om the Throne of PtriU.  Thcfe Advice* having been faeccCvdy �cotfinB d. lire have at tenetb joft rcceivi^ an Accoau, diat tkctc'fcai h�e& a jiloody Battle between the Anatcs �f     tw� Bto. : tbers, wherein his who was in Po&fita of the TlaKNes was j iotaUy defeated^ uid tntaMrHnael'frifeftdf.^      ^"^^^^^ The la(t Advices from CottfttBtiaapl� bring, {hut iLs ftagOe has almt>il entirely ceafcd in that Capial. a�d thatV '.pcrfcA Tranquility uat^ enjoyed throughout all the Ot-. fOBUUi Empire, the Potte being defirous of maiBrainiBg VCKeWithallltt Neighbours, , darg'd on the Parade in St. James's Park, ontof the Po6t -We-kam from Berlia, tto the | GoardsT"- JKini being intorm'd of the fevcre EdiOs wh^ch the Doka or Meckleabargh had poUiOi'd agunft thofeoT hh Sai^ gb who fomeTcaia u�> withdrew thensfidvea ian� hidpi aautet, ia cafe lliqr did not return withSa a tiaiit^Tisi^ Its given Orders to all the Commandiag Qffcen Of the levcrai l^e^eats. to dtfcharge all taeh of die Soldietjr MK Natives of tKat Country. Ltttets fiote Haaawcr aofi-tively aiTert, that by Order of the Regeoor theia *iU be BO pubUck Rcjoicingi in that Capital cm Aecoaas of the  Lctten from Revel. Rial, Nerva, and other Poraja d� ]>oaini�m of the Emprelsof ftofSa. adnfe. t^at tbcTtaaf-ponation of Cora and other Provifioua JMO^wnp Cooo-tries is prohibited thers^ andcr Feaalty of �e�paiidJPMuft> aicnt. 'Thofe from Courlawl iaiattatr, tlat tkie Swct of that Province are to^ affcmUe fdbn Jar the BlcOioo off a Hew Duke, and thu there are feveral CmdidalKs. Peiin IfaHhal Saxe and P�iaCa Lpuis-Emeft de Bnat�l^* i.ttneb|OBtg Wolfenbuttel.-who faave alrciady lieeo diAai ia that Qualityj one of dbe Sea* of the lata Marpiilc Albert-Frederick of Bnaddioorg, ^ the yooog Cbmi da Krott. Sod of the Duke of that Naaae* lite Pete.or CowlaBd, are talk'd of.      ' ' . Peril, Ft6. u- 'Tis afliir'd ihat-tboMar^d'ESiSK Vi^'dl go in Quality of AAsbaflador to ike Couif of J/itaaa. and that the Marquit de Mire^ia:^�3l  e litJf of nfty ^cn doatb'd Ukc tlie Guards du Corps, bai that the X}uke would not agree to tc. Parii A-la-mt-iu, Fd. ly. Oo the (4tb>adaBt the Prince de Mooibet'larcl going to \'(rf.alici, accompanied by his Ptincefs and the Prince his Son, liis COach-Horfes tan away with (he Coach; the Couiooan was tticreupon tktowa toff his Seat, which the young Prince perceiving, he jamp'd but of the Coach in otder u> flop the Hor&s, bat was not ttlc to accoinplifii it.  The Prince hb Father being bctlts Seat Apprchenfions for his Son, attempted to jump out b to awA him { but he fcU. and the hind Wheel tan over Ms Head, fo that he died in a few Haurs after, at the lage of Vir�ace near Veriailles. Notwtthlfauiding the Care which the Ma^itrates todc to Mrvent Mifchicf at the Re|uiciBgs which were made on ThurfiSU^ bft on Account ot the Peace; Jiam was lb great ia Coneouife of People, that many were fuffbcatcd ia the Crowd { and as the River had orcrdoa'dHss Banks, and ran into the Greve, fcvend were drownd there; a great Nam-ter wcftalfomuch hurt, who are fcnt to thcHoid de Dieu. 9f the Death of the Dutchels of Orleans 400000 Lines calia to the King ^ in lieu of which^howew, hu Maidbr who may ftew aowr., ?IW Haildr�d aa^ Firty of, tU Foot Caaids, who were PrSotam pa ftmttt are return'd home. LOW    . ft . ^0.     I*. Laft Wee^ t^ere was a Oeoeral Meeting of al) the Propriftors of the 5ile6a Loan, when it wat agreed to name five new TraAeei (of which Mr- Alderman Janffcn was One) to aflill the former iA tranfaoUdg their Aft\irt; and Application ihould be humbly made to the King of Pruilia. in fach Manner a* (hould be iudged mult proper, for (he immediate Payment of the fs d Loan and all Arrears of Intereft, (tarfuant to Treittft { and that tHe Proprietors OiiSald be foOQ calPd together again to iiear the V�{lcTday camd in Account that feveral Dutch Ship) were loft on the t^oaft of F^oce, fotne of which were tafured ia England.  , Laft Satarday lihe Hon. l^il-t|idia t^omp.inv feceivcd aa ^ccotmt that the Orfbtd Indiaman, Capt^ joadrel.iail'd from Pcrfla the 4th of Auguft for Bombay, It was Ye  malt return to their Couatiy. and Ibdnd cveiy B^dy from giving them an Afylum- iiogut, ttt. 18. No iol^n Proclamation of Peace WiU he made here, i^e Rcpublick not fering look'd upoa a* a Friacipal in the War, and in the MidA cf her utmoft Enurti Okc never aimed at more than to ful&l moll rcUgjOvfly her Eagigent-nts, widioat devtuing in the kw ^*V^ from ^ Quality of aa AuxiWy : So that will be done umd tx^i* cxtxa^idioary Ooca6�m wUl , ^    , w Bat as Peace ti a -UcSog, bemficial toe�t > LivividUol who partakes K,7"/.-"^**" -tUbcrt/ t.).uau^tncir ;�? n '^^^ Manner as they ft-^U dhiak tt. "y HatAikM for (� doma, or "�ga wi C43HS ihotc They vwitt from Worceftar, that the Amount of Jt^e Duty on HtMBi for the Growtii >�748, it Sixty-Nine Thou&ad �%ltt Huodftd Flfty-FiVe Poundt, Thirteen Slullings aad Five Patce'     t On Satarday Eveaing l>ft tboot Eight o*Clock� two of the Staga^ioachcs fpiag to Chelica wcN robb'd in tlic Road by the White Stil� behind Barton's Court, ChellVa College, by ooe Highwayman meanly ihdiintedt aild .the next Evndag a Bye Coach which had been at L()ifdipn wou oa its Return attackM; but being empty, the BOfaes wwondedOMortba HorTesTCijr tpadu and m�de oflr.:, g diAorbed. |iy., �he Vtraiebinab; r^tio alargKd the Faidily, die/ tai4^ oflf without doing any teflerday oae ^eA^yOorfiit lirM c6mlb):eed the Gaxhoafe %y James Fiaier. Eii}; lor pickltog ihe gackett of firelal Fcrf^s unknown, Suodty* at SOrin^'Gafdea Gati& �KD- D. IMltt of Ciatertiary, ha* prcTeofetji ll>e R�V' Ofitiund Bcayb^t, M. >r.,FeUOw of St. J^hn^l Cotlega in CaiMbfidge. tOJhc Vicarage of Cafne in Wil-.ihire.a Living of laof aYear, ^ Bri^ Fit, 11. We have Advice from SvyaOf;!, ^hat oiw^ of ttie fimrtrcn Ve0cls thai n>n oa. the Muusy at 4~~Minute) after 8 in the Morning, and 38 uficr 8 at Night. Tbn   Day   arc   Jublijb*dt P R 0 P O S .A i. S for i>nni4ng       S u B � c ^ i rr I o H, Oa a SmU'/mt Rtyat Paftr,f, tii, ILnffit aj tbt /luthn, I-^WV. UEGICIDE: or, lAM^S the lirft of i>f�tUn4.   A Tisgca^.   Ujf (he Aulhof o{'k*dtti,i iUW.m. Tb< fesfalu in wtiicti thu PulotOMOCt hM        (tcti�k4 horn l�rh 'Itiot CT, (at wiU SDfcsr in (fat Pr  IncltiMUHNi. The Prii.* 10 Satjfciib�rt will b� Five Shillin/i. mam xit ttkm, mi Re. tfU fiiiie4 b| tU Autkmt dtlivcrcd, by , la Vtitt aofter-Row , A. MiVu, to Hie S[r4M 1 I. Brtck-t.-* RoyJ t,jluiije,   I   JiMe. m St. Jtwui Succt,  r*''����>"� the �U Copper 4I. ly*. 64. Seven per Cent Emperor's Loan, no Price. HftnV iim-lation 47�. 6d Prcm. India Bo d�i ayj. a j6s. P�et�. Three i_half S;altramrv fi^'Mj&jff. _______ i'oHtorrow will bt pu}iUjb*H, (Price 6 s. bound) "P\TCT|5NARH;M MeOIC^ M UnIVER5.%!tE I jLJ tit, atf*v>MtS't*l Dlft't'a i Co-itiiiHf *� Jiit�ii�nisri*sal*Jt the ^rrm.uWinPHV�K^. ANATdMV.KV/ROERY.CUVMIStltr, I>HAR.VIACY, BOrANY, lie IncluaiAi itMi* )V< iy ftf   * tMr virtoos JlcrtCrl, srs^'o^ty *(c�rtiln�4> the vstisat Hj^rt* idHftnaiM B'lily ccutstwr tif/ciibtd \ tNt mmkImj Vlrtut* of l6<�  iivtt Si�ain bsttituUrlT rwcifinl (and full 0 (rm t>'�w te ilWtMrtMh the VimmM. By \ )   V J    ^ o m   cws^ Trintttl f�r T. Loiuimsti, siii C. Mitch, In>k�rNa�aM�>ftawt aaA GILBkvkT HOR-SMAN, hu'ifLhMSM^'^ Ot>auiniJiS Contrcysn^-i aii.1, SottlsiMntSi m'tafi>tl0aifLimmA >:rtenslj known to. i.imwnmw, bar ste'jrf.St*�l(|'1fcf^ nniiies �>f the t>whlttk CompaiUts, f-nh�|iitH' Attnailft^Mtiahtitnli^l^ ^atiii KotUnil, ,�nd l>UntMiantiu Amttica � Ka�Wife�ii�ttyn��� ChtAt ana ilV�*iAuiM in CoiHrauciKS of Ath �t� i'srUimeat, sae �n3Mttniinsckiaa iiithAjCutut|��fiti  ana P, Kiwp^^^^ ' /t Conrtcle^ $y s t tuJ. ij i74i. WHERE 4 S lb* Po/i-iU), hiu^tnf ib.'Smu^^Utm Statt fitm ihut Aic/j tj fi/tt/erii, "ri Sumrd^^tnifi^tlm tj^lb inffnut, -WMt mtafiid on tbt Iji^btuar, mt a Phea eatfd Bodntji,  htKwtfH ifiuajfbam find /A. i;� i,   <� tbt Cannti of .Niifalk^     tv.� iJ.glnunymtt et Ht ii^'U, .TtU tit 'oihir om a b'oiVH out:  Ht on tht gnj //. r/, ivai d-r�'.J tm a Goldladd ligbt'eiialtr'd H'tiifttoat, txitb m (irt.u Ctj$ ovtr tht /amti   ami he^ ot iht Artatii nki ivtrt  t iatiihd to a Rfiu -rd �/ Two Hundred Pjwiitff, o-ver and alvut tbt RtWi.Vd f^ivrM l>y cf Puritumnt for iiff'ihtiuin^ of Hif^tiKti^itm , or if tiiif Ptr/tttt �r Pi'fum, ivhethtr ^irf^mpiut ,/i ibt/itiit Raityty, bmcmttimg ihtritf do trJhitll mnkt Uipovi'y, �ivl.rfbjf tbt Pttfimt, tr Kilb.r tf tiftm, ivjiy {^rmttfdjbe f^f^t, my bt .i/^tbtnJtJ niid biiught tt fuji tt, tM>.h Dt/iflitrtr �/ Utfto^jtfut, uf'ii Cau-vtStion of hath, or tilbtr of ibt fmd Robitn, tt iniiibd to ihi Jtimt Rt-^vara if Two Hundred Pounds, 0k4 uljt hwvt h". M'Jtfly'i mofl iit�eiou$ PtrdU. By Ljm.iiuni of ibt Pv/?-Af  _      G F.O K G K S HV: 1. V OCK K   ^'f7^�^> ' t'^JIE Atyn^uifuiy Matting if tht Hoit^i Ifir lh{^fmtMBt/(^ X    of tht  r Uivgt, Dtot �/ Ut^i* Pfi^rt iMiU tifin tU SUnmn etJi.^.   

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