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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 6, 1749, London, Middlesex                                yhe Baity Advertifeh M O N n A Y;t MXRlin 6, 174$. Deal^ Mrrcb 4. AME down, the Diamond. Le-bofquft, for Carolina ; the Det-on> bort. TermaB, for MoDtfcrrat s the John and Clicabcth, Pinch, for Havre de Grace; ihe Mermaid, i ^loons for Nantv.; the Molly; Bodkin, for Dublin: and the Han-tab. Dickerfon. for Villafranca; aad remain, whh the Outward-bound ai per taR. Arrived, the Bofton. Scamper, from Malaga.   Wind S. W. Since oar laft imiv'd a Mail from Holland. SfAitiJ. Fti. 18.  Mr. Keene. the Britiflf Minifter, h&ting upon, hia Arntal here exprcfs'd an carneft Defire to have as carl/ an Of^rtunity as poifib^e of feeinE his MajeSy, be had thcndfiorcthe next Dajr a private Aadtcnce of the King, vrbcrcin he dcUrcr'd his CrRknttafs. and -Mk<  1n�pBcioiu KiUnner.'imd told him he was pleaied that ' ^ (Swice of the Rihzof Crrcat Briuin had4ailen on a Mtl^fter fo prt^Mcr to anuii^ a mutual Frtendilhip between the two C�art*. Mtfmvt Fti. II.  The Emprefs aflifts daily at the Conferences in thp Scna-e, as well as the Giand Prince, from whence we coDJcflLuie that Things of great Confcqucnce ---BtrOiTlhe ClBpetr  OrdeJ-lTTiive "Been lent Tor a con- liderabfe Body of Tartars to hold thtmfelves in Readincfi to march on the fcrll Noucc. Oar Recruiting Officers �re fo diligcbf, that ilte Rrgimcnu will be complete before the End of t�ext Month. Letters frooi ffpaban fav, that the 3pph: of Pcrfu, Ali Koali Kan, finding hicucif under a Neccftty of ufing violent Meafures. had caafcd 300 Perfons to be executed in the Grand St{itare there, on account of their Attachment to his Bro:ter'� Pany. Thefc Letters add, that the Soptu' has made Propcfitions to ftrengtben an AHiatice ^ith the Grand Me^I and the Ottoman Pone, which they had rejcftcd, fo that it was thought they would embrace the prefent Oppoitonity of revenging the lofulu they have fonneily met with from that Quarter. Sffiiu'm, Ftt. We hear from Mofcow, that the Grand Chancelloi: of RuOia. Count de Bcftuchef, bas made known in the Name of the Kmprefs to Baron HO]^en. oar Envoy there, that the Land and Naval Armaments which are coRtiQued in Ruffia, need not caufe the leaft Umbrage io his SwcdiOi Majcfty. &nce they have vothing more in View than the Prefcnraiion of the publirk Tranquility in the Frontier Provinces of that Monarchy, and mean not in any fort to break the good Harmony and Friendihip which at prcfeat fabfiib between Rulfia and her fjcighboun. But notwithllaeding thcfe friendly Pro-teftauom, it is'thoaght proper to a Fleet ready at CarlfctcQo to pat to Sea by the Mtmth of May. Ccp^kiSgiMf Stsnh I. His MajcAy has caufed an Ordon .c Troops �vi!I be made in luucti kfs Tunc th>n ihcir Match to Germany Lak-ti, hh-rih 4. According to the laft Advices ftom Finlui.d, Ihe i�etiv*v h*vc alaioA �mfird the l-'t rts which they :ite erictjog on li-c �ight Shore of the River Kimcn, anil �*hs�.h are c t.srii rJ in iuch a Manner, as cfTcilually to dctcnd the Paliage of it, apJ protcit the Country from Ike T.cuntons oi tiie Enemy in i imc of War, li-~Jr.:>gl', Ri^.-r^. Letters from Coprnhagen aJvife, iLi: i!c Kiugwi Drv.niatU has oiJcrrd i'i- .^tliairaliy to get > > whoTc ilcc; rcaJy to pjt 10 Sea m ihc Spriuj'. ''.iflt, FJ.  LaJl VVtck liie third Hrir.cefs wa> taken ill 01 the i::-.ai: J�ox. (>n tLc iSih pat�. the ComptrolUr of ir>eCo,:;. the iioi' Kttpcr. a.;ui,.ii/c (,utd up�n the Cafile ol Pirda, b ' ngiog to the Rf pjLl.ck, auJ alter taking aw>y the .^railti.. jctucd with a coniiJtiiUv.-Booty. Wc ZTC appretit-nfevc that luit may prove the Prelude of a Wa; wju. the OnoiT-an Porte, and the inorc. as wc hear that ili 'Tuik> a:e aiTciubUf.g � great NuiiiL ji.i3iiijj a Jamlaiy  who la- mtll sniieut of the two .\ian.:;i!at' . i o! ti c Repubiick at to tlauacople. Tbcl'c .A:nb..irjdo � diJ every rtung in ^>cir foy,u iQ ptcfcr\c thcCfclonil, and tn.Je the (iTuj-t-it Keprefcctatiocs. m order to hive if.e e�ie ivtlKiall i^a.Bcd; bat all ihcir tffo Porfr, i-f provrd ir.rfr' .tuai i lie rorte, io order to Ci::.-f> the Si..r.;uiaiio3> of i!jc lai.ifaiu* ilTcmbled thcKf!\ci lumohuoofly, ob'igrc mrfe Mi I liici! ta ddncr cp the Colonel, who vvjU eitccuicO mmie Cta^ f,^.        On the tSth two Sfaiiiili d^i)^ ii r:v--d here tiujn Antibcj.   �h�c they  ei.ibaikcd Don I'b'lip. aad landed biia at Fiuiic. from ii �rmi in the tlJth inlhn't. On the 13d intUni, About ^00 French Troops were en^bArUed for Corftca, by \Vhit;h this Sute it now free of All forcigt\ Troops. P/trrt, Mitrvk ji They talk at VerfaiUes of a Mnrrt.ise brttvecn the FriO'cfe of Ca(idc and the Infanta irabetu, Danghtef oF Don Philip. The Prlncefs i� fevcn Yeirs 'and two Months old; atid \ht Print:* twelve And a htlf. Letters^from Rennet in Bfitany fay, that an epidemical Diilcmper reigrt tiierc, which has fuddcnly carried elf lainy Pe.-foti* of UlflinAioii. Hegttt, M/trcl' 7. Another Courier from Ldndon hai pafleil throa^h tliis Place for Mofco^v, carrving the King of Great Britain's Approbation of the Plan concerted between the Courts ol Vienna and R'uflia, in regard 10 the Meafiircs which the Car* of their common Inictclls at this Time rendcniAeceflary, A declaration of his Pruflian M.jelly, relating to the Payment of the Sums ncftortatcd on the Revenues of Eall-Fricfland, has caufed an univerlal Jov throughout that Country." Hf-iut, March ii._ The Difficulties which the States of Ovcr>ffel fou-d in railing the nccefi'ary Sums for the pub-lick n.rigencies, luvc engaged them to rc-dlabliih the Pachtcrs. LONDON. The Swift Snow, Capt. Bell, arrived in the Downs from Fort St. David   i�t the Service of the Lompany,~lcU thafPlace the _______ErdL-India ioth of Oilober, and brings Advice, that Admiral Bol^wen, after being fcven Weeks before Pondickcrry, wa� obliged to retire without Succefs. Captain Spry, of the Chi^cr Man of War, waskitl'd in the Attack,-- and between^ 6 and 700 Men , arc faid to be loft. The Hardwick, Bampfon, the Ouke of DoriVt, Frdgnall. the Scarhorou^, and the Wager, llindmsn, Avcrc arrix'ed at Fort St,^ David, and faiPd for China the Admitat Vernon, CoC^, was fail'd for Bengal j the Lapwing, Chyne. was arlived at Fort St. David from London. The Bombay-C^ftle, Brown, one of the Company's three deck Ships, of 800 Tons, took a Priae, and fold her in India for^aiQ^l. Stl|rUn{r The Houghton, Worth, from India', wis arltvcd at St. Helena, bound for England! The'Bertjamin.:Mear F n of Dr. Edward CreifeL JO the .^^^^^   LandaflFe. � 1'he Lady Elizabeth ]Ha|iiBgs. who was appointed Lady of the Bedchamber to thejP^inceirei Amelia and Caroline, has refign'd. . . And the Lady . .. �^ Leyifon Gower, Daughter to-tlie Right Hon. the Earl of Gdwer, i* appointed a L-idy of the Bed-Chittti7r to their Royal Highnefles in her room. it  Mr. Geo'gc Tarract, Adjutant of Col. Cholmonde'ey's Regiment of Foot, is a^puiat^d a Licutfoant in the room oJ^ Mr. Le Cou:^.t, prelijjred. Mr. Philipfon is appainteC a Cornet ip, ,thc Earl of Rothes's Diagoont Friday the L,.dy of the Right Hon. the Enrl of Kildarc was (afely delivered of a Soit, at his Lordfltip's Houl,c in Ariingioii Street. Lart Saturday Matthew MicheH, ^ky. Member of Parliament lor Wertbury in Wiltlhire, was married to Mils Frances Aflifordby, an agreeable young Lady of 20000 1 Fortune. Lart Nifil" ^i'-''' Jo'epI' Gaywood, Mailer of the Fountain Tavcin in iiar\no!onicw l.aiic. Laft Thurfday Ni^'t died Mr. Thomas Goodwin, an Attorney at Law, in ^rcat I'raifUcf, of Clement's Inn, very much re^rcitcd by all his Aciju.untance a"d Clients ; and Vellerday his Corps vvak cnriied out of Town, and intcrr'd tn the Family Va ilt at Abbul� Lanjjley in Hcrt-fordfhire, amongll iiis .Ancellors. Wc hear there will be no Pcrlortnnnce at the New Wells in Goodman's Fields till KaJtcr Monday. The Way to Ke th'i Chupel is thro^igh Pice idilly, by the Rod of St. James's Street, and d.jwii Uarges-Strctt, and turn on the left Hard. The Marr^ngct (lUf^ethir with a Lccnce'on a Five-Snilling St/mp and Ccmhcatc} ttc earned on for a Gu-tiea cs ufj^l, any rime till Four in the Afternoon, by another regular L'lergymiin, at Mr Keith's little Ch;!pcl in May-Fair, neat il>de-Patk-Corncr, oppo-hte the grc-t Chspel, and witliin ten Yards of it j liicre is a Porch at the'Uo> r I ke a Country Church Porch. The Publick may be fup^-licd with the neat Edinburgh F.Jttiun of Killing no Mmdcr, &c. with the A�ldition of a i'rcatifc on the LooUiiutton and Liberties of Britain, by an illultrious Perl'on, dcccas'd j a molf excellent Piece, dtlciving the A'leiiiion of every Man of Common Senfe, from the Stajijfman tonhc Cobkr. To be had at the Hij;hlai)Jcr, a SnuiV Shop, in Lccil-Court, St. Martin'* Lane, I'nctr One bliiUing. lligti Wntr at Loniioc Bridge this Day at a Minutes ah.er 1 ui the Morning, and to after 1 in the Afternoon. SaiurJay-Baik Stock was 133. India S'ock 175 a I li.ii.     iouili Sea block, 107      Duto Od Annuiue-, 4 3 8lh*. Diuo New, 10* 3 8lh� Bank Annuities 101 I luif Ditto 1747 lot I 4th. Ditto Lottery 1-4'. 101. iiiin Annuities I 7 44>ri u( (he f^ghn^p ft . ng iii.;i> i*r loai^l I'ljct* tlicfciii oicntiuii'ii, |o M.^^.^iia (�iilchuii(e kill H*ii.j4t^, 111 ih� Coiiniy ol M�.liJlc(t�, tic lu incci ui� \Nc.iiKUj; m% oni, at TtHec ^'Clutk lU iht AHctiiu�>n pict.icly, on l(�c�.^J AiU 11 THOMAS BKAy, THE Ria'ORf P.cmdi4^s wkX O^mtnti �Se BOARD .f OfNtitAt. Wmcf.AS. .hrif F.taminilion i�>-tn th� C;onit�'t, t)  t the n^ih. OrWtl tRCt.AiiNt I.As r.I.t.Kk, iixi nriti^tl ti(iur�l THoM v;i tOWKt^., tm>n  n thr IVw 174?. I'll the Ail,;n !\t lV-r�n-P�m, Inclufi.-1 ink n faUWKiy is td* (iicat R.k^m ( the H.ufo f'o�rrt, in �h� Vrtr 17.)^; w-th CO'l'tiui(rf^ il| iN� I'Ai'FRS *M l,hVT�lt"� iK-f?�>>iiiit�is N�*�i. .aji4 A Oomn'cia liiiit* to t!)� ti^hoia \V , i*VUm ��{aNdl ' on the Enjlfti �iji� Jr.A Suie / r theft Ull fiftt Ve*t�,        ' Barton RcHith, F.'^�0�Bil; Prmtrd  for -       Owtn,  a*.>r ;lmpk'.BMk { M I N  r - O F FIC E, heb. 4. i 4�l. thii K'w^il tai�f Cttk^ S�Iiitittr to dit MMjhf'i Mint, at hi) C/f/nfifri irt ClcmfUtt Ian, Lmdtm, nf ml! Ptrjm$ nt-M und-r Atfu/. tlo�^\ und alft J'rim Tiimt t9 Timet/ nil fink Hi Jhalt bcrcRftrr i>t iHcufcd ef iwy Offt�(t rrl.yti>!g If ft* Cfiit, /i>i�r/,6t-r with Cofifs ef th'ir CommitMetitt, �ndaf the hfertmuititt and Fxetitnuatiant n luting thttelv, etnd f'l^per Ctre t^i// it ttikcti to frefuutt the OfftndiTt at Lit Mujejij^ 1 Cbargt. 'T^I IE Truftces for rt:bmiiitn>{ the t'unih X ChmrU ot St. Uonsrd Shorcd^tcH, in th* Cninry.of MidJItbe. le III meet  't VVeJiieltlay at Thin e'Ciock in th� ArtcrmMMi, ia lh� Vcft�� R..om^_� _ "'r^tiE Monf^ly �vKt:ting ol ihcr Go tK-ai�ii X ot LANJaS.NIRE -ill ht held Tomvr..*, tt Se�.�-r; ek intne rvfiiinf, >( ')<� (^orn'tAtttw r<�ern  .-t it xht.x Cli^r*'" itouni thii )iti�A bj^ jt S. vii. u'O'.ik,' for the  CKutoti   ut A tTohinuntB-Mto tvt* Kcriia.ndLj  ut tlu- pr* Iciil VcJr.. * Outci   u4   the  Vice-Ct.io>l, ^___\__t    N    y iT^f4r� ME Officers, Staincn iind others bflfngi'>g to ilic Siinltiljnl .Vfjn il \V�r, who .itJ rnt^fletf loShitt', ta HtKiJ two Ship, an .iiukl iviert at Mr. J >l>ph OitSri, � \h� Hotth.H- .mil Vt,i,'|iyi; in W.iii�rtL,i-,Sutvt in tlu I'^ik. Sv^ili>**tk, oa Wt.1nt-fd.iy ui-nt   in  ihi- Forenouu,  to (.oirtitt 441 pi. 4Cit (i> pruLcvd fur thnr l*ri�c-Mnacy lH;loii|;in^ iti ili4t 5^.^*', Ciai^TJii). lbt:^y<,rtLy -IrujUes   fur-iii Lt, ,� thdJt^r llitM V,)ti-> ilil liitiiilt, lioiii lu.;.    Ssrw Vrm * j > I j'jVi'i   ly i'l^rni-njddM, iiid �ii �(>|.ii)v .1 i.(, l>in wj. I.I j(id.i: j.t bmi(i , nuifi'ti Mill, v�h;�hOidti lian^ Uulji rt|'i-4l .1, vi.. �..�',4 lUi, *rt*rfn. ic, 10 |.i.� yoiii Vui.. iiul lilt rrll". Il I am I., hj. j,^. l^i..i.e -a, 1 iLtiJ cndf4V-'Ui by aiy liii'ticiuv In m<-i.l ii.c J-.v .1. tcil Thomas Barret. A"^"'!'   k.\NJ'.E;\ ir,~'tTtis  UaT! lif.ii^ the 6lh inrt.nl,   vil) be i RtHKAK.SAl. ol rli-: �� ie lUiul .Il Muli.li.   'I iii- VlimI I'iii. b;'Sigu-'fa I'ljli iiki Mi^iK-�Ji �iUi BKEAKk-ASllNO jj uIoJ.    1 o bftiii *i tle.co vCU.*. 'N.ji.', J'he Aniph.'iliejtie ti aiidj u^rni. For   ihf  Benefit  of  Al.idenioiJeiU. Rolanu aid MijUr dud Mifi JESsr l't>JTi r. 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