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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 22, 1749, London, Middlesex Thfc bally Advertifef. WEDNESDAY, FsiRwAUT 22. 174^ !�; *34^f " HB Spim af per Uft remttin. Wind N(�nb-Eaft. Scignor. with aU the gttit Officer* of the Seraglio, and of the Porte, arc thi� Day employed in aCTitUng at the CeremoDiai of the Marriage of a Dadchter of the late Sultan _ Achmet with the Pafcha of Salo- fiicha. Wc hev tlua dim *n feveral Diforden in A Ha; that Haflan Pafdoi* fotnerly Visir, is dead at hii Government of Diarbcckir: foine (*y that he wai flain in a Tumult ia that Country : And Ihaixh Pafcha, appointed Pilfcha at Monibnc. ia now bat to Diwbecktr. 1 he Govctnment of Cmo rcmaias in the Handsof Ibrahisn^Chiainc, of the Isfiisarfcs there, who has ufurped it. The Porte wait* the Arrival of Char Achmet Palch^, who isfcnt thirhcrby the Grand Scignor to fee whether chey can fapprefs the Power of Ibrahim Chiaine. GflNJ, FtL 8. A Courier from Nice has brought us (heagrcc^bleN'ews, that Marihal Belleiflc is dctennin'd not tocvscaate Nice till the Impcriilifts have entirely quitted the BRawa of the Republick, and rcftorcd our Artillery. . or an Equivalent for the fame. ^pu, Fei. 28. Ali Effcndi arrived here three Days �ga, with the Charafter of Ambaffador from Tripoli: he' ha fince delivered his Credentials both to the States Ge-nml and to the Prince Stadtholdcr, and their High Mighti-nefles bavctcfoUcd to allow him fifty Florins a Duy for liil Eatenainment. The Prince of Orange is at ^''e'^ent _j|dte._r!ecMttmU-bm has not^etHiflifted-At^he-AfficmtolT-of the Sutc*. The Lcttei-s from Flanders, which are juft cqow ia, mention nothing as yet of the �vactlationt in dwHunoIc. LONDON Tiicy write from Peterfbourg. that General Lafci, with femal Qi&cen of Dillinaion, were fet out for Wybourg, la order to put the Troops in Motion on ih4t Side. Tbey wnte from the Hague, that the Sutcs-General kanrc come to a Refolation to form a Regiment of trench pRMeSants, w'th Defign to provide a Subfiftance for many Gcntlnmiep and others that have taken Refuge in thfcir ONintr/.' The Dotch Eail-India Company having agreed to annex a Salary of 100000 Crowns to the Office of Governor-General of their Settlements in the Indies, conferr'd on the Prince Stadtholdcr, his Serene Highnefs iiai eeucroufly tcfufcd accepiing it, undertaking the Trouble of that Charge withojt putting the Company to any new EjcpctiCe aa the Account. One of the Tranjports from Willumiladt, with a part of General Hiifee'� Reginicnt on board, is ^Vill inifling. VV> hear that fome Pcrfons of Dillindion are going to refign their Poib. Knfign William Dalmahoy is appointed a Lieutenant infianel's Regiment, ia the room of Mr. j^ofeph Higginibn, preferred. On Friday laft twenty Children out of feventy-fix that were ofiVr'd. were taken into the Hofptcal in Lamb's Conduit Fields, .for tlie Reception and Maintenance of cipot'd and dcfuted young Children. Yefterday came on at Guildhall, tl;e Caufe between Sir John Bofworth. Km. Chamberlain, Plaintiff, in behalf of th-e City, ag&inft Mr. John Phillips, Carpenter to his Ma-jefty. Defendant, for exerciling hw Trade in the City, he aot being a Freeman ; and the Jury brought in their Ver-ditl for the Plaintiff. Lafi Friday came on at the Marfhalfea Court in the Borough of Southwark, an uncommon 7'rial, betweeit Robert VValden, W'oolcomber. Plaintiff, and Peter Drewit, Matlcr of the faid Trade. Defendant, on a Cafe of the Dctcndant flopping One Shilling per Week for Lodging from the Plaimiff; and after many learned Arguments on both Sides, the Jury brought m u Vcrdift for the PlaiutilF, for 11. 6d. with L'ofls. Mr. John Trcilavc fucceeds Mr. John Wilkinfon, as Pepury rally-Cutier, Superintendant of the Watch, and Yeaman-Uflier of the Tally-Court in his Majeily's Kx-chequer And Mr. Thomas Sculthorp liltewile fucceeds Ac faid Mr. John Wilkinfon, at Linda 0/ the Record), in the Old Pells 0 i prc�f the Parsih Church of Si Mic.'-.icI Qjten^ith. for the] of tkc Charity Childrca of Queciitiiili Ward ; that ifh'd in :Ueacfit ^ ____ ___, ____ in this iog by the Mofl Rev. Faihtr in God the Lord Arch-^^OPtjf Yoik; and ih^t in the Afiernocn by the Rev. �. Texrick, Preacher at ihe Rolls, aud Cannon of Next SunJay Morning a Chanty Sermon will be prcach'd � St. Vcdift in Foiler-1 anr, by the Rev. Mr Archer, *�ftorof St Martin Ludgalc. ar.d PrcbcrU of St. Pauls, *f 'hePcn^Es oF too poor Ll.s.'Jren bt ^*�-'aj-Sti�)oI of f^jri^^n Wild ��tb of ongii.g .1. 10 the TV m Mtmtir ^ iL- ^ctitij fir P^taesti^ GrlJUa* Kutt^'i /ff SIR, THE Society fo* l&M-^r t*('.l f� 'h-f t*r* '! f'f^y �t tint
rkffc ts.- Richard Hughes, of Arnndel-Screet in tbc County of Middlefrx. Taylor ai|d Chapman. Richard Reyoalds. of the t*arilh of 8t. Michad BaflUhaw. London, Broker.___ i%](h Water at Loadoa Brdgc this Day ai 40 Minutes after a in the Morning, acd 56 after a ia the Afternoon. Yefterday Bank Stock was 1 |o 1 4th a 129 3 4thj a 7 8ths. India Stock tyj a 174 1 half. Souih-�c.� 6iock. 107. Ditto 0!d Aonujtio, 104 ) 4tbs a s half. Ditto New, 103 I 8lhs a lOX 7 Sths. Bank Annuitict 174^. 101 ] 4ihs. D:tto 1747. >02 I 4:h a 1 8:h. Diito Lottery .74;. 101 I 8th a 100 I half. Back Anaiiuief 1748, loz I 4'h a 101 I ha]f!a 3 4ths. Three fxr Cc^'f An-nuitici 94 I half a 1 Mdlipa Baak no Price. Fqui-vatcnt, BO Price' Royal AfTurance 66 lu>ndo!i Aifjrance ro. Englilh Owper no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's I^n. It*. Bank Cuci.iation J5S. Prcm. India Bocds. 38s. a }6s. a 37s. P cm._ ' rbts Day is pubitfo (Pnte 4/ } iTAr SmuU Vi.mmu (xk^kich fmfi�u$ tht iP�>k) / AN Account of 3 Voyage for the Difrovtry of (he Nofth-Wia l>4i o>nu*�cr. Bf lb, CUi ,f iht CALIFORNIA SoM by Mr. Jilliflir. in ii. Iubh'* Sunt; Mr. Octbnt. Vttt-Street 4 Mr. CUilu. ai th* ExclMSti aaa Me. Rctenl dUwM jair at tJla R�fe IA P�|ii-au�u-Ro lt ton tinit Book* iebmt'4 i<. itoffi at Mr C^. txit'i, ofrtt d.lUtitac op their Rccci^, jjki (Jm Rcau^i.dci ot iheir S�bfcripliuA Muse). Bitvff'ri;!, at;.i ii .'/ SUnnr .I'ff^ ^; ' V . ^r* �/" ah�Ht t t, I If � , !'�>.'' tt misf il v u>:^,Sl\9*-, /*��ri.�. .r-, ��//*�r��ir ^Mii ailttti Ittt tmiii .'�� �� r* in'f \tiitt rkfrt%f, mrd t*Mtt p-tyarni fit thtl I'mrfo;! J x�a � tht fitt'P-f a�d Si�cp, y fS rifaei it-^U ft,n4 /*� a r�l'� ouKTr at tht EfJ *f t*'*) '*f'i�* t>''y */ ^ '-r, th* thftit p^all hf ft'titSiA, �!./ ot< m tit P")"'' ' r *" r*-' � -.�.� CSicc of ChtliV.1 Water-\Vcrk�, v Uarlts-Sireet. St faml��^ Sqttar?. roth tf fcS'uary, 1-4V. NOTJCE is K ft:,n. r ri�,iij! Lcftiirfr of St. I.'h.i Wcllmin�K-r, fr ih* R(;a!�f .if itte itK (xd ^hn>J. t>M>Tn lu Wpn ai Eietcnu'Cteck. Ity OrJtr i>l" jttui''vt�, r Morr-�, Sffrtf.in- N.jtp, Steivjnii jrf pr>Ti h>.ut Titkv-ti j ^nl th !r CtiT-vr"*! � h" �rr nut ftvtHet m�y lijve them ai tii!f.ft/� C. H"r�--Hi �(r t>> tfc� Ruv.il ExcH^o^, at Tom' ) /.J P.rjiHi im msKf P.'U of lhi> Kitt^Jam i.iukf u Ptj.t.,^ if t&ifitrrf.tiiiig tin (l/o ami htlering aff'if* and awttrftit .\ue.y ; ti.iifvrt JI Jk hui ef lb* Utiiif Jvr ihr f-i^'ftJ Cjmh.i im Emglu^d a^d It. i /��, Li^ki-To. <- n nnv undr 4tt,:./utiJn ; jad t^lsfnm ftmt t} '1 r^rr ct nJJ jih Jhiut hertii/tu i.: a.^uf:d�J m-.^ OJ.mt r.J.:n,i ' �� gfflsr -uili Ctfin if tt-?ir lj�rt..-r..- if, i': !- � .� Md ExuMiuiliVil r.laet&i thrrtic. a^d f : C'. .... ti tah i'.a! or li.fiT\ . Irh.', 4. i AS' f.\ti U3f.Uii-"-t Cimtr.J '.f r . t�":1.'� 1 . on H tMitf.Liy iht Jtd (f . . /. i T-.i. 'J ti. :! a Plyii.iir^^im tiv r �r. ,.-r �i hwcS-)) irriicj a>| bitreatri to c-'inr anj j-m t^^^^ ift nr:.-l'�i) � t^.if, f tarstrf* unto th* t�(J, utA Uy i\\:.t Smi up..m ilif Hcxl ut uir itrrj,: G^i\-'\ Sxcrifue, la ai t-Sry nnjr tw lairrl ..t'* rbf Land u?" CbiiVK'O : Olwy rcmcinlei, that Cod .wiU r.o; be m.�lrt. Nute. Thil IhouU hs��bcer. m i'-, ' t" >0i%� rJi*,cr4j uakflf for � htttcr lUnd to iiiUrrt the !jrr.�-. i'..' -sn u Dj, il o^H t$M hii Ve-ce, let w tM>i Kiidtn our H _ _ il E Gfivlniu-n 1)1 the CAnry of _ WESTMORLAND m dWu d tv �i>r iMr (Jaiintryti)�St on Wmnefday tkc itt ui Mar^h, tt the Iii^.%:.ja .T^wcni ia ClUapfidc, it bon* tbrit Arnvill Pcj". ' STEWARDS. EDWARD WILSON. IM.. Ror^'t PiND'.r?. HENRY rOTHERCILL. ttiji X'r M'uWX^ BAR.\.*|tak Mr. THOMAS W \\.\ tfl, I Vr. CHRU .'..PHtR KOPSOK. DinilCT to .HI the 'la'c 11 lau .I't'i^,*^. Tkket* to be ha j ot ol tlic Struxidt, ur at ifac Ru uf th; abcvc Tarcrn,_ ~H AU U OW sCj lUOl.- Li AS T. THI', Gentlemen iil'tc.ittd jt tlAKKO^t S l>,luj^, 'o j^pi> nj � Mr. Jjb.i t~imct!nrit. CJiurr'iwardfn ^d lUe r.i.C. I., .al'^riiea jf ii.� iVixiculaii tSvrai^ viith whuoi tJinr �i� to kit. tdcir l*r. f'.f!.!, l>:l*J u- '.*�.� I**-, And iiiy Pvif>0 \�iibfl< lO(..ii/r�'i l"o� -Sr :. i>;> *� aU'vr i^r |.tlf't^r>, iri Uj�c liua i*i^y,Uia ffj'i tip Aa Uaf faith liic lk�..j rhO'fta-rdci.__ AT lhcKTN" i�.-> 10 i.AfLjj'-rayt^ii.t I'.r'vaa >. aarfittt c u. whAh Ii V ."I 4 U-r. sV t"l!� >a ia� HajB \faiL�(, It 't\,i � "j-w�f.h ;.l'�tj r �� VV-tba^ By H. i.1 A j t s r V . VtHmmt^, No lV.t.,-1 l#�ri to h� a^ntttrd >>r.n4 s�ie ttoes.' i h. i.ai,.., �ii�i#�^.' M ?#*'�."-;.<. V- A. N r 0. ^C.^k. P.I aci S . 4 f :i t. '-.),, i b ..t ; o f... if .ti I L- ^�f a C\ K \ Z I C> .1 "i. : . ri ..iiti l.>4f - C.Kr K --i-^ r> . [�� !. �'��> S.J he < . -.J .V 1 i.,rK.-,r' , . (Jl-t, .' if N." H-.i<. - ,. .f. r.- .,f.J r.., ',j I I-Kt I i. 111.' H f \;/ I't'illtK, . ..-.p*:!. I',.��. /
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