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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 11, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The SATURDAY,   March   ti,   17+9. De^iy  Mirtb (). ?M.\IN,  a rijmoaih Tranfport. VVjjiJ K, by N. YcSlirlay arrived a Mail frons Hol.l.AN�). Cj .       5.   The PaiJIc of R�-j-ub tfk of Venice i-ad the Jjili of lati Monih an Ai-ii-ciic of Leave of the Gr�nd Vizir, whuh p^n'td 11. fuch Msnr.er, as ir.a'^i^i u believed, that the Affairs beswccn thf Poitt and the Rc- Jubliclrcontinue? to'be"-upon the Footing of a good Un-erftanding. Letters from ?Crfi.� give Aov ce of ttic Continuation of the Diftul-b�nGM . ani C cnfufioa in tfat Country, which probably will tiot Cctfc uithou: another Revolution. MnJriJi Feh. 14- The! Duke dAlbuquertjuc, Maftcr tf the Horfe to the King, IJasrcfigned tha: Tolt. which, ic s iajd, �vjJl be given to the ^ukc'd'Huefcar, who is fiio-ily texpefted .here ftvtn tin: Court of France. ihoi�j,nt that in t^ils Cafe the Poil oT Captain of the Guard;, Mhhich H occupied by the taucr. \vi!I be giv�via-thc Duke Medina Ccli, \vho will be inccccdtd by Count d'Ot^natc in th�t of Captain of the Halberdier;. Mr. Keenc, Kiinilter-ilempotentiiary from.rtre-icrg-Trf-Great Britaii), has btcly had a long Conftrer.cc v^v.u .SJ. de C4rvaj.J,   Ptioic Mvniilcr,   and the M.irqais dc 1� Enfeniidla, Secretary of Statv, the ^ubjt-cl     wm.h aaioog'l Other Metiers is, in order to reguUcc-thc Kavigution of  lor every fuch OiYt.ice, actoi J iitj to lia dicasnibuco ot Oficnder. L O N DON Thercv* Ac!vicc, tliat liic Guy ho Jiid, lau- \ or . fr jm Angola, with 440 Ne^jras.-*. u a?iiv il .t Si i;,: .J one left well at Ca^ic Ut.n.l,, on the Cuail oi -v 'oLi. ific Sufaaiia. late 'LovVaUnJ. oi Ut llol, wuh +.1 .X.^rov-s, the jafQ(., Clufk, of ditto, with 1^0, a ir-c ^lcaci^ Ftiguc of t]ariy-lix Giin, asid i .itc �u. ..uted on with their Congratu'atory .Aj^nls uyoa I'uc L.itn ot the youngPrincefs; and the lame wai �pj�o.ti cti to b> rccc.vcd on Monday. Oft ThurfJay Col Wiiiijvcll Gnfha. V.-.^hc.v to the Counicfj of Puriiujoutli, aad a Coloat'. in lu?. Rt^i-mcnt of Foot Guard*, iva^ itun-xd tu Wsu iJ,�u�jh- tcr to Baron S;ut/., MaUtr ui the I^oIkm to p.i% M .; :L\\ji. :c;Tt;jl4^ before the Pay Oincc Ja BrL>;id Sircti, tfi.cau . . yM down and j'jndci the laaic ; but a I'^if.y c. b-i.jj leut fo.-, oil tiiiir coiur..g tn.- iistori Oifp.rjra Yeltcrday tame on 10 bci.i.J before t:.r Kt^j-nHj.-. tlic Lord Chief Ji;fl cc l.ci ;i. C-ilitall. Lo.-j>J. .i. , \�iierein JaiUs-s .Vii'.r), ut ijtji..>!j)n i-:;c. I1.. . .   >:.! tluni, rUi.;:..!,  aiui j^tm v'.'il'a .j^ t,  a I'ueiujv       CiUie on i: t MciTtiao o! a ! t�.;-:cr 1 1 ti'c Pa.jiiii oi loom 01 t:.f i!iiiattb Nvvrc 11^;^^ Iu3    ; ui .Mr 1 It ti .iU .. k... Or (,tr..n. v> !m .'..� 'it.^n �,:.c Mr    1 Da.ib.*.!.. Ill I -.11 1 H...k_l  .... *T;$ fcportcd that Mr. Ceorpc Fida; Cdal McrchalU, iii Litthfield-Strect, iicrtdi to ctKr iuitifelf a CanJidatc :o on- of the  f St Ami 30.ho. m the Lny sHi! Lib v y of Wctlniutilw^r, .u t;io c fifn^ Eicifl>>>n. which b.*g" ^.s on luiter Maiitl.iy. Sig. Croia b',-5i� the FuClitk to cxoite Ins Iv otjin^, en tfte Ccmic Opera en i.led La Convdia m ComnU.i thi! Evenng. intlcad of l.i trc Cici(l>ci rid.caii, In- liivinj; found liiis impofiiblc J but will not fall of pctfvjrinint; \it next Fuefday, when he hopes it will bo- cxht jitcd iu iuch * Manner, as iw.iv compsnfatc for this p,.-lay, E:i!!thir^l>, McifxbThey rite fro^'ti. Abcrdec4i, tl.at lA'o f-o'dicfs of Loid Ancra;n'� Rc{],imcnt liavc lately I'ccii iir.pnionfd thirc, one on Sufpicion of cdining Shiilin^.', and     oirtrr for robbtng his L.nndlonl of 7L Sterling. l^J^au., iti^rd' 10.   \v'e the poor p�^]K>rs on thcCnm-mor a.dc return our fm^cre^ '^^f^^jff^fiJSti*t>^� to our^ kind a�d unknown lknrfi'ilor7~f>^3f tnt > our Bcjgi.ig-Box this Afternoon, nurk'Q Orapte, \yhi :tji^., M^arcb \b. We poor oomfoHlief* Debtors on t!.c Ct>inm;>n Side letuin�uf inoH lujrty a,i-.rffijicrrc Thari'ltj^ ]   . Vellctda)   lU'^k S;oek w ij nft Pi ice.   InO-a S:o ..ui t� d Anni5it:t k Aft' ! II nice I, r (CM 1 4tl>. r -r � 1 .\- lOi i 4;*! a 1 S'.h. Ditto [.'^��i'> ��,-)- i�  7 !''.!iv n*i * An e� 7*''. lOi I 8h A s-'i. I .v'( t^r t Aanj�;va<,4 7 Bths  < MI'Hn .".ml:   "O' 1 4'ti.    Ksjuivi'rtu' t.o IViCi?. Royal .Ali'i niui- ; 7^1 l.oiilo. A(t'";v' foi'.� I (>;�n, iio Piue. BahU C-rri l.cuKi ;I       !'tor>t.    \  Bo ds �>,V'> r > known but generous Bentf.ufVor, for a Guinea put thi Pay into the Bt^ijiug-Box, -iii a Paper wrote NtsVjj^.vic, \v!iKf� �vas equally divided to our great Relief. Tomorrow Mornirg a Charity Sermon will b* prcach'd at S'. Matthew ia Friday Street, for the Benefit p,f  po i oor tii.Mrcjn belonging to the Charity School of Farringdon V> a.a within, by the Rev. Dr CobJen,.Archdeacon of Lo don, and Clwphin in Oritoary to his M ijelly. i'hc fame Morning a Sermon will be prcaeh'd in the P.irifh Church of St. fCatherine Coleraan in l'*cncburch-icfrct, cn the Behalf of the Charity Children of Al^*};*!!; Wjrd, by the Rev. Dr. Britlowe, Rea >r of Allial ows S:iining In Mark-Lane, and of Scbern in Uamplhi^e, and of Alhallows in Bread Street, lomoriow two Charity Sermons will be ^ircach'd at ijic .'-'anfli Church of Si. George the Martyr in boutbwatk, lor the Benefit of forty boys and twenty Girls belf>rtcing 10 the faid Patiili; th.it i.i the Morning by fhc.1  William Lord Biiliop of Londonderry; and that u) the Aiftcrnoun by the Rev. Mr. Negus, Re<:\or of Rothcihith.    ' 'Fte fame Day two SeTmui.i will be jrcach'tl ^n the Parifh Church of Alh.iUou's in Breatl Sirttt, in Behalf of the Charity Children of i ordv.aincrs and Bread-Street WarJs Charity Sthool, gonfiffing of fif'y Boys and thfrt/ GirUj that in the Morning by the R.v. Mr. F�yting, Ri.-i\oi of S:. Martin Outwicb; and that in the Aftcrjioort b) the Rtv. Mr. Warner, Reilor 0! Quecnhi^, VUc vv..y to Keith's Ch�pcl i� through Picciditfy, by the l_nd of St. J anus's Street, and djwn Clargri-Street, a^iS lo.-ii on the left Hand. The Mairiagei (togplhcr witli a L ice on a Fivc-Stnlling Sttmp and Cer "'licilti) arc car-ned on for a Gumca as ufu .1, any Tinie till Four in tiic Afternaon, by another regular Clcrgymin, ut Mt Keith's litde Ch..f�l 111 May-Fair, near llydc I'.iik-C'orncc. o^pu-fite the ireat Chapel, and w tl in ten Y.inis of u ; ilirrc it a Porch at the Do. I i^Mi^M, 01, VJrTuc iftiAci ill f.ui V'-'.'jiutt, f.mo. I'l'ic buu'id 111 J  l;�iir�.        k �rn V'�l..c^ii'!fi tl: '/'j^iy'v l^vn^i   . ruetts to f:i''Ht '>i tlitir Fii.'iiili.: fh'tl :r in Pfvf-frtiim to tbtir .ilUlitiii to' culii'i^ii* th^ f,mv. 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