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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 28, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Dally T U k S ri A Yi  FfiBRVAfty 28. 1749. Deal,  Ftbni^ry ?T> O Ship  in   the   Down5. North Eift. Wlnd Ycfttrday arrived a Mail from France      one from Uollan'I). Ptt.r/'vttrg. II. Letters from Mofcow intorm o!, that an Exprcfs arrived at Cou t from Count Ga-liczio, her Inipcri.il Majdly'i Am-baflador at Ifpahan. with Advice that the Schach Aly having fufpefted i^at the fevcral Rtbcllions he has had to Omggle with, had been fomented by the Porte to anfwer particular Purpofcs, was refolved to And no Miniitcr to Conftantinopic to confirm the late Treaty of Peace; but having at Icnyh fubdurd moft of the Rebel', and vg' many of them to Death, that Prince �f[afi the Amb.iU'ddor ay Word of Mouth, that he would, on bis Part, contribate to the utrooll ofhw Power to cul-iTate and cement a pci Harmony aiid Fricndllup bc-t.-'wathis Empire atd U..,*ifrgk, ttb. 28.   Letters froa r^p.-nhr'^-n ronf'.n, that tlic i^Tgociation carrying on between iiic Court of Denmark and t' tt of Ruffia, in Rcfpc� to the Dutchy of 6ciiUfwick, ii in"fa fair a Way, that �.-happy"Saccefs-is prc�hiisd from it.   Thefe Lett: r? infintiatc,  that the rify Undttftauding between th^ two Courts is likely to cemented by the Marriage of the Pnnccfs Loulfa, Siltcr to the King, of Danmar'k, with r'ii!'v:c Augiiflui. of Ilol-n�in, Governor-General of the States which the Grand P ikc of Ruffia poffcifef as Prince of Holllein Gottorp. So�3c Ltttefs were receiv'd the lall Poft by private Perfons tfhich advised, that ffoAilities had adually been begutt in Fiubaa; but ti-.ere can be no more Foundation for. this Report, than tbul of fomc Villager having been pillag'd by the Qpfiacks. Ktfia, Fch. ft. The King has pnt under Arreft the two Pfrocet Pignatclli, in their own Palace, they having b^vcd difi-cTpcdfully towards Cardinal Spinelit, Arch-bidiop of wis City. . Thofe two Lordt having met hib Esunenry in his Coach fomc'few Dayk ago, demanded duu he Otould give the' Way, which his Coachqun refufing to do, they got out of their Coach, beat the Coaclimln, .aod ibmc of the Cardinal's Attendants. The Cardinal has complained to the Pope of this ill Treatment. Tiir/b, F.^. 15. Lli^CTs from Nice advifc, that the Marquis liclleillc had in the MorniKg oFthe 8th inftant demanded the Payment o'f the 60000 Livrcs, without any . Wtber Delay, which bad been before ftipulated for, and that in cafe of Failure a Guard of fifty Gten::diers would be placed upon the Magiftracy, at a Crown a Day each, sod that the Number fhould be inci'cafed 10 Pr&portion to the Delay. Rctijkn. r.7. 17. M. dc Hu^o, Miniftcr from the King of Great Britain, as Fleflor of Hanover, at Diet of the Empire, died here laft Night. Bnijrh, Maiih 3. It's reptorted that an Edift willfliortly be publiflrd to order all Frcnchpien, who a�c not of fome Vocation, to depart out of the Dominions of the Emprefs Queoi in tweniy-four Hours. It's ahb given out, that as the fine Fortifications of Mons have been demolilhed, a deep Ditch will be dug round the Town, to prevent the Girrifon from dcfening. Several private Perfont have received Advice from Paris, that a Fire having happcn'd ^ the Hotel de Dieu, a great Part of that v^ft Building had been confumcd, and aoout 300 fick People hadiinhap-pily loft their Lives therein. Tbirt it hnt little CreJit gi-ven te this Lifi Aitiele, aijhf Parit J-la-main of the fatru Date wth tlasJrnm Brujfrh, maid mo rmntieii of' it. Hagkt, Martb The Prince Stadtholder, who at pre-Tcnt cnioys pcrfed Health, afllllcd Yc(lcTda> feveral iiourt at the DcJiberations of the States General, iird at thofe of the Council ol State. Tis faid thaj a fecond Reform will immediately be made of the Troops. On the 8th of this Month Mill be celebrated here with great MagniA-ccnce' the fifll An|^#crfary of tltf Birth-Day of the Prince Hereditary of Orange, who continues as well as Heart could wifh, and whofe good Health prognolUcatei that he will be of a iirong and robull ConAttution. Parti A-la-main, Murch 3. Letters from Genoa of the 17th of tail Month advife, that no more than 6 or 700 French Troops remain in the Territories of the Repub-lick, which are going to be fent into Corfica from whence we heve receiv'd Advice, that divers Articles have been apeed upon between the Marauis Dc Curfay and the Malo-contcnts, which laft are to chafe fifteen Deputies of Commu-miics. w^io fliall be charged with full Powers from all the Pccmie t9 agree to the Regulations which are to b* made, conformable to the Oder:, of the King, whereto ihefo IfUndIn entirely fubmit thcmfclves. It's iaid that a great Reduaion will fpeedily be mxie in all the Regiments of Foot, and thai of the reformed Grctudicrs thcfe will be compofed a fi(y{y of Royak Grenadiers of 4 or jooo, under the Kdme of Legiou, which will be commanded by two Lieutenant-Ocnerals, two Major-Gcntr^i, and two Brigadiers. The King has gra^'cd to the Son of the Isle Count de MonibelUard, the Penfion wihich his Majefty had ttitren to his Father. LONDON. On Saturday Uft the Lords of the Admiralty put the Aflurance Man ol War, at Porifmouth. into Commiflion, nd^avethe Command to Cap ain Edward Pratttn. ' Gcntlem�i of a l..rge E(�ate in vlUDpihue. is gone down to Shrewfbury, (o offer biinfclf a Caadidate for that Town, in the loom of W.iliam A^iMftofl, Efq; dcciaid. We hear the late Lord Leiford, dectiu'J. bn^ left the fol-lowmg charitable J.^acici : To St J Jincj'i ^arifli, to be ^'Uibuied by the Biflv-pof Oxford, 1000!. to St. C^, o/jie's "�nnver-Square, to be dul.ibiteJ by Dr. Tubcik and lOcol. 10 St Ccor^Cb Hofiiul at to if u'^ Ho'pi al. soal. x^*   ."^P"-*' S^ol- lunch Rtluccci,, In all 4CC0I. ^ " On Sunday Evening, about Setren o*Clock� thrtt Perfons returning to Town, were attack'd.in that Part of Firog-Ficld that leads to the Queen** Head in the lowei^ Street, Iflington, by three Fellows, but Mr. John Scott, Foreman to Mr. vSrcgory. a Tuylor, in Old Broad Strtef, thinking to favc what he had, ran from them, when immediately one of the'Rogues followed him with a drawn Hunger, and cut him down on the back Part of his Head, fo a* to ' let out the Bt.-iin; they then made their Rfcapcs, leaving his two CbmpiYiions whom they h^d robVd, to take Care of him.   He was carried to the Red Lion in the lower Street, where he is attended by a Surgeon, but 'tit thougVif he cannot recover. On Sunday Night about eight o'Clocki Mr. Halt's Highgate Stage-Coach was ilojiit by the Caufejr. between Iflinpton and Hojlovyay^ by three Fellowi armed with Cutlaffc', llangcrs, Ac. Ftom a Paffenger in the Coach, they took his Money, Hat and Wig. and from a Boy that waff behind the Coach, they took a s. and fome Halfjpence i and Mr. H.irr, who drove the Coach, had the right Side of his Breeches cut do\vn Vvith a Hanger, in Hppei of a Booty. Veftcrday the Corpfe of Mrs. MitcheM, Relift of William Mitchell, Efq; of Carftialton, was carried from her Houfe in Upper firook-Strectjto be intetr'd in the Family VattlVat Fou^iie in Cambridgeftiire. Lall Sunday in the Evenin|(, to the great Grief of her Children, was intcrr'd in the Family Vault at Stepney, the Remains of Kathcrinc Laurfort^deteafcd, aged iixty fi.� -Ycnrs^rlhc" vvTs one of the "Daughters of Henry Nurfe, Efqs Agent Gontral for the Royal Africait Company of England at Cabo Corfow in Africa: She difcliarged tJie Relations of a Wife, Mother, Miftrefs and Friend, with the utmod Juftncfs. Goodncfs and Affeaioai (he was tender and coinpalTionare, privately charitablV and difcretely liberal; (he Was frccfrpim AtAbition, Ehvy, MaliCc,and every vain DLhu ; Or was a great Example of Patience, having emiuied h v; /cars Jllnefi with great Compofdre' and RlI.^ 1.1 ion. Jhildreo h^ve lott in her, a moft in^ul- gen. Kicn!; a.   ;..t Poor, a liberal Benefa^or. Ycuerday the .iiions ended at the Old Baily, when John R.nveii, lorftc.timga Silver Quart Mug, theProperty of Ric}i,tisrch. H;#h Water at Lordim-Bridge i.H-s Day at 19 lMiniit$> after 6 in the Morning, and 46 ^i\jn >. �nc� ^9. .London Aflunuet l�. Kngliih Copper no P.icc. Seven per Cent, Empctor*s Loan, no Piico.   Btnk C^lrcvUtion ?o�. Prcn.'  ItidSt Bo�d�, iM. Pe.r. * - � � � ' �..... r    '..................^ This Jjiiy ii ^kltjh'd^ in fix Vblumti^ 1 nTHE HilUy of rOM  JpNES, a X    FotthdUot- Bf   HBr^RY   FIELDING, fir ''vpt, /m* 6'�u'iSr��ii t t�ftte to K�h ttnc-Sinct ia ittt Suud...------^- This DayispitHiJh''d, inl\o9 Fo!mmtsm^^^ \ Didieattd    H    HIS    MAjESTV� A Complete System ot^ Gkocrj^pmy. JTV. Beinit  DtTcriptkh or att the Cm<% rrt. itkv*. CiliMi, Owf Towiu, Hsrbmn, Lukes ankl Ritfis, MoaaiaiM, MtacC ftC. ! tie known WorM. \ns.Wi\r% the mnft inat�riat Rm w/ itnadi, Geofwflm |e bn MibftT. 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