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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 18, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Adveftifeh SATURDAY.   FitBRirARr   i8,  1749. Deal, Ft'brurry :6. [AMEiiown and fail'd. the Mar^r Wi;tt't. Ctomart'c, f.r St Kit's? tli� Alcx;sndt-. \Voo�), the Albat\^, Gilbert, the Rcfc. Marllial, all for jan^aica ; the tJoMitrr, Allen, ftr Liflion. the Achiilc*. Biftrown, fcr Livetpno', the Ir�vjn. Garriton, for Ncw-Vork. the ProVuience. Wcf- ^_UJ comb, for  Fxetcr.   Remain*, the r .� Maryland.   Wind N. b> M. Aft Exfra^ ef a Utter frCrt a  Miri^tr at   Peteifljourg, * This Court, it's ali'urcd, bifitlcs rnterin^ into a flrift  Friendihip �ith the King and the Rcpublick of Po'and,  has renewed its All avico wuh the fiing of Denniark, � wlio  is extremely iriitactl wih ihc t'rotc.^s lornicd againll his Intcrell an J Terr it. riu-s the Dwcovcry of which he owes to the I'-miTefs of Rjilti. Hn Dati>!li MTajclly has 6ooo� regular I'roop^^on Foot, a Pan of which he will, it's faid. caofe to afl on the Side of Scania, if the SwcdtJ ll)culd attack RjIlia in Finland, wlicrc the fo-rmer ^vc out that they wiil have 6-coo  Men, which Number they tannot pofljbiy 'iTetnble tbrrc ' without leaving the other Pafts of iJh;cif Kin^tJom dc-  ftiwtc of Troop*, and cfpeciUiy, towards the Southern  Part of Norway. The King of PriitTiT tHH-ff9f>'�fe;^ lo afccdc in Part * to the Definitive   Treaty of Aix la C'hapclle, Orders * having been difpatchcd to all his Mir.iilcrs iu the Icvcral * Courts in Europe to declare in the plaineft Ma ucr the * Intention of his MjeUy therrujv^n    It's nevcrthe'efs * generally thought that the Machine cf Pacilicaiion is not * (o foUdly and fubllantia'ly put together, but that it n�ay * Qofiibly be fhattcr'd to Pieces by feme Strokes which * lecm to be aimed at it by the Court of Berlin    Some- * thing ii abfofutely in Agitation there, which has a Ten- * dency to put Europe, or at leatl the Northern Part of * it, again into a Ferment.   It'* afluicd that a Bo ly of * Hcfiian Troops will enter into the service and Pay of * bis Pruffian Majefty." I.      ON      D      O      N Some pi ivate Lcttirs from Patii prvfitively advife, that it was not till after tlie young Pretender had bc.n threatcn'd to be conduced to Rome, and upon Condition that he would not go to Avignon, thatibe w.is permitted to %fl out of the CaflJe of Vinccnncs. Other 1 a-;ier? from Li; n$ iDtimate thr fame Thing, and add, that it's qucfiioned whether he will be permitted to Iby long v.licr.- he is. Ytrtcrday at a CooM-�f Direct )ri of the Honourable Eaft-lndia'Comptiny. Meff. Richard J'cincy and William Mann were appi(inte ; tnai in the Mjjning by lUc Rev Mr. Chut ii, \ uur of Kaittncj, and  Ptelin^Ui.-^ of St Waal's, Louduii;  und thjt in the .Aficrnoo.i by the Rev. Finch. M A   L hsplain to G'> Hoipiul. Ihe fjHie J.y no i naniy Sermons will b; prcaeli'd i^: Cbrift-thuici , .-^pisilchcl'Ji, lor ihc Bciiciit of me Li.ar.iy Children belonginj' lo ih.il l�aii:7i ; that in tl:c Morr.nig by yieHcv. M,, ^^ .\. l-cUowof Si. lohir.College. ^ainUidgc. iud i'roctvcr m "^ir George Wr.ccLi', Cl; oc!, Filj;tu, 4..d lUi lu ihg A;uin.ca by ihc K�v. Mr. Kirvr. Lcflurcrof St, Georjje in Middlafex^ andCura:c of St. Miiry Hill, near Billingfgate. � Higti vva-er at London-Brtdgc ibii I>�y at after 12 at Noon. li Minutw OA Yefterday Bank Slock was 129 3 41))^. India Stock a '74 3 4th� a �7?. Southoc.* f-ioik, 10;. Ditto Ann utiB', 103 � 8ibs a 104 7 Hths . Onto New, no Price Bank Amiu-.ties 174^ loi 1 half a 101 1 ^ih Ditto !Hr. lOJ a 5 ISths. Ditto Lottery f4', toi i half. Bank Anr.uit^cs 1J48. 101 7*�th-t a 102 3 8ths ft t ith. Three per Cera. Annunies 94 1 4;h a Mil-li-nBan^loj UquivalcAt, ro Pric�. RoyVl Airuunre 66. Loncoi Aft'itaiic� 10. Tinglilh Copper 4I. 17s. 6d. Seven per Cent Emperor's Loan,, no frice.   Bank Ctr- i;;s Prem     India Bo .d�, 31s. a 34.S. Pren�. On Mondiy March i ^, will he fnblijb'd^ Pitt / Bt:tii't �'^fi^s. f^tbmgh h rtiHan Fi/ty Sterft, ttt Pivyr^twi tting dtftrHiiitrJ � r� riCrr^ iht Infnfy I'-zUmft in tetlfbti'ty untitrt-tkt�etmfnmt tti ffi'kj 'T'ji iiiitimrtib tusJ Liijl I'elamt, in Ojfa  'or X. Oiborne !n Orty's Inn j A.' Millar, "In the Stt�n4i. and J^OlW-ii \nV*vtt-m^r-\fiim. * ................' Note, Or.tlrnirn �rr drfinr.) to givt Orders to comflcte their Sets is jcca ti ppC.Me, thtre being l-ot   left. This Day liTrlfuSUfl/dy "iPnte \s. Od ) '-^ANCRID   aid   SIGISMUNDA. T A 'rrtf.tiyi Ai it h;is been a^rj, and ai it 11 to be afleJ H ibt Tbtitre Royjil in Orury Line on ihe 71b of Mirch n it. by      J A M K S      T no M SON. Printed for A. Miliar,  "f �J�i'>'* Kathtrinc-Sneet in the Stoitd. I. OfloUnu!.   A I'la^td..   At it hat bttn afled t<;it Timet thii Seaton at the Thejtrr Rojril in �. ovtnr-rUtJcrt.   By Mt. 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