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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 13, 1749, London, Middlesex                                MONDAY,  March  i^,   '749- Dtal, March ii. A M E dow�. the LonJon, CrO{>-toa, and tlie Shirlqr, Allen, both for jamaka, and remain', with the outward-bound. Two Tranfportj are faiPd through for Ireland, Wird S. E. AV-'"' '"'^ '9- At the Spanilh Troofxs in this Ringiiom were on the Point of embarking, they re-cdVdaa aoexpedcd 0>antennatid,aiid the Ship Ahat were to have efcofted them were ordcr'd back again to Bartclona, ��hkli occafioBs many Specviations. Mmxif 18. Tfae Coort-Martial that wa  vp-pcnned to cnaoire into tbeCoBdaA ot General CronArom. jtariag rorpendcd thdr DdibrraHoiu, the General Oflicers who conpw'd it. are prtparing to fet oat for their rcipe�-tive ami Ocaetfal Cronftiom will havt Leave to retire to iui E^atc. LONDON. Xctten �nom Adiairal Bofcawen to_ the Lords of th* Aiaanitf, dated at Port St. David. Oaobcr 17, 174^ adnfe.chaK fiMitagapon his Arrival atthc llknd M:�uritiu�, that tlie French there were fo well prepared to rieccive him, that be amid ttot attack them without Danger of great Lof�, ke ftretcbed over to the Coaft of Coromandel. Ht there ttacked Pondichcrrv. ^hich he found flronj^br fotttfigj.. �iid wberdn the French had a Garrifon of 1000 Euro-�peans aiid 3000 Blacks, whereas the Number) he atackcd tfae Matt mitH, coc&fied of no rowii tli�n ai^o. Sol-dttra, 148 Artillcrr People, 1097 Sailors, 120 Dutchmrn, and ttXJO Blacks, oat of which he loft, during the Siege. 757 Soldiers, 43 Anilkry People, and tbj Sailors, and Aca wat obliged bj.the approaching bid Action to raife it. and mardt back to Fort St. David. W� bear that his Royal Highncfs the Duke of Carober-^itd mil this Day go to Windfor-Foreil for a Week. Two tarcBty-gaa Ships arc ordcr'd to be viftuall'd with n EipeditHto, whklt are defign'd as Guard Ships off Nova Scotia. �     . - Several pviTate Families are petitioning that tlie^ may Itare due tenc Prinlcges graotcd them x>n their Arrival at Nora Scotia, as arc ailow'd to the difl)sndcd Soldiers and Marinen. , Afotber PropoJ is before hi^ Majefly and Privy-Council for providing for the diibanded Soldien and Mariners, whidh is (aid to mret with ApproKation, and relates to the �fi�b!iihaactir of a Fiibery in Scotland. Laft Week General Bland kifs'd his Majcfty^ Hand on ])is being appointed Governor of GibraUar. Ycfterday Morning a Dcrachment of fifty Men out of ^ three Kc&iinaits of Foot Guards, tnarcb'd oiT the Parade ia J�ff-n s fiirk for ^^'ex. In o�tfer"tb fccto-e fome of the ootlaw'd Smu^li^rs. The Lard Vifcooat Down, who has been dangcroufly ill of the Sina]]-I*o.t. u m� iair Way of Krcnvery. On Saturday latt uaj 9'amcd. Mr. Ntdderman, an eminent Merckiai cf London, to M�fs Doro hy Wood, Sifter to the Lidy of Johd jtffc, of the General PoU-OSce. Ef beriM in Dwelling Houfc � in the Manner tbe laieGnerory'sGang ofcd to rob; Samuel �Iing. John Davids, and KicLard \V'� fon, for Rrbbrries , on the llij;httay. The |u�lgc, hctore he leit the I own, �s plci'.'d to reprieve WilUam rarloui, and order iWc ICSxai^Mng (cvcrj to be executed. LiaJl Fndiv Ni-ht as Mrs Hjtfn. ar the Three Ivings, a Lace Shop, in 1 : nibaid buect, was employ' , ttat ihc Houk has for fot:ie Months pall b:co ready 10 delivcr'd at his Lodgings in Lifle-Strrrt. J tTCel!cr I'l.) i>, or at the \'oie-Ofice tn the Lobby at the llo.iie o! Co.: ii.ors; and that onlefsthey have the Gooiicfs 10 .iiikc tueir I'aymtots, he Hull fi:2ct cocfiJcably bjr n e L'n.itriakin^. which he is thorougbly peifaaded they n.vr.- meant he (hojld, wlien tJll^: ^vuur'd hun withihcii N.iiu  l( any other l*erfor.s lhall be p.cAid 10 eni|-Jtrc aJrc op:c ot ihc faid Book, which it a large l^zno, and contain' above eighteen bandred Maxuns. Sec itxey uiay have ihcm at the Places above meKUun'd. or at Mr Cawc'j, the I'.mter, in St. John's Gate, WcaSmiithcid. b;. Ja.nc s t^offcc Houfc, and at the Cocoa-Tree. A vc-y il-.^ai Inlp i'tion will flicw the Uiie of this Performance, tar a (. haractcr of � huh ihc Aat; ~P~r~ HumpbreyThariLini.o} \Vife,Hcrii iiii� RiCkaid Hayes, oi TA;t>jt-Cou;:, Gratti-iiurCii iuect, Loo^. Warchoatem.4n. H'f     �ier at Lodoc Briujir      s � 4') Viinutci �'Itt 5 tn the Moiz^^ asid     a.'.cf 6 iii the .X..c.-(.oon. Saturday Bank Stock was no Price. India Stock no Price. South-Sca Slock, no Price. DiiM Old Annuities 103 I half. Ditto New, 103 1 4th, : Bank Antiuitiu f>tfi. tot t 4th. Ditto I747,J0�. DiitO Lottery 1747. 100 7 StIis. Uaiik Annuities 1748, tea. Three per Cert. Annuitiet 94 $ Sths. AdiUion Bank no Price. Equtva'em no Price. Royal Atfurance no Price. I^ndon Ail'urance. no Price. Engliih Copper no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Lo^tn, no'Price. Dank Circulation 3I. 5s. Prem. Indu Roid>, }8s.__ Tbis Day is puhlijjydy  (Prift is. (id.) AN Efr.ty on l.>clign: Including Propolals for ettAitw a public AsAittny. to be rapffifttrf hy �oluatity Su^-rcnprion (I'll 11 Royil Fmrndttirn c�n obtt!^4) tm Hurttirg the Britilh Youth in Urawinp, ana the CemsJ Att� Wf*n< te-St�eft} M. .Sheeprv. at the ltoya);Excb�n|it { Vk. 0�r�i|^'jn i-'lett-.Mtect ;� (nil the Pootcfelltri of l^'odon �nd W�flmiptt�f�        _ Whiteh.-ill, Mft&ch 7. 17489 " A Prpfofitl htifving hteti ffefentnl ntiph Mtijtjh\ for /h /j^ f/fa) gf-menu to fuch of ihi Ojfici�j and privatt iM� Utcif difmij^ed bis Majfjiy^s Lnnd nndStn So-v.-tf, *� ffa// ��tt'�/tfflf / J,tt/t it tht Jaid Piwiiice: Aiid his Mtyifiy hh^tiii^ figaifed his Royal Affrdntidft of th Pu/fvrt of iht faiJl^T.r*p�faIs, tht Right Homtirnhlr trr hardrQommiffiiitcrs for-^fw^^d PlantatiMs do, ty his Minify's Conimivid, gi'Vt Notitt,tllmi^r9per Encottrarrmtnt ivill k'givrn ta fueh of the Offitrrs tiudfi^i^tt Mm lut^ dif-' miffed NsMajrjiys LandmidStn Service, jiBf^rt luilling to atuft of Gruntt ofLandf and h ftttl* luith er ^thtut Famlies in tht Provinct of Net'a Scotia. That f/iy Acres tf Umd nuill bt grmttd in Fei-SimfL to fi-ny private Soldier or Seaman, frttfl^ fhe Paynitnt of any ^>it-Renls or Taxes, for the Term of "TV* Tears ; at the 2i.r-piration 'whereof no Ptrfan to pay more tktt^One S/.nlling ptr Ann. for every fifty Acres Jo granted. That a Grunt of tin A.�'*.//../ to every Captain, and fx hundred to cvtry Oj^r eitn-v.' the R'tni ffCapttiisii i� thf JLamiStrvice, Osalfii 'hf^jk'^Mtity ff fur undrrdAcrrs, an.! on the hi>f^(Mditionj,Jt*iveiyl.t�l.tiy:'C in tht Sea Srr'viee, andfu\ hundredfiSiifi ta \vety Q'ptni'i. e.;i.l . to fueh of the aho-i r-mattton' i Oficcrf as haves Feitmiio, etfurther Greeitt of thirty Acres v:itl he ntadt, over esnd almje their ttfpUtiVt i^iotas. for I very P,rfon of iK-hieh'their F.imtlies J/sll ivf/f. iheit the Lunili v. ill he parcttUJ out to the Stitleis h) /ui// m p"J/ille cflir thitr Arri-Viil, e,iid ee Uvil C ,tiry, or ua lomd vhat Ship thiy leijl fei^jid, iwd, if they haw Families, lehat Niiuihir i.f Pel fans Lljnging to Ju.h Fainiliei ibey intend to can y leith lljtin, diJHnguili ing tie Age and U^i.dify uf etub Perjon, to einy of I hi. foll'jv.ing Opeus, npfmij/t'd Ij lecti ie and cnttr the fame in Bo'iki op,n for tbat Purfn^/i, ij.-. John Poavr.all, Efq; Solhitur and CJerk oj tlje Ripirti lo th Lords C^mmiJ/ionrt I Jur Trade and Planlationj, at tij. ir Office at lfbitJM.il. John RiiJJ.ll, Effj; Conw.iffianer of his Majefiy's Sitvy at Portfmuuth. Philip Fextihrtigl', Efi^; Commijjioncr of his Mafffi Kavy at Plymoiitb. And that proper Nvtiec vi'l be ri%in of the faid Books Lei'ig elafid fo foon as the inti ml. d Ntimotr Jl. Jl t 'jmplittd, or .,/ tnteji on the jlh of Ap>il. It is prapofd thiit the Tranfp'irli fuiU be ready to receive fueh Pel funs uii board osi-.tk' *h of April, and be ready lo J.al on the iOth ; eind that timely hlotiee v-ill be giutn of the Pine or PI,.ill to u.buh j'uih Poj^ns art tn repair in atjiertoeudeuk. ih .t for the HimJit of the Settlement, tht J'.imt Coadiltons Ti/.'/it' are prupof.J to pi i vute Suiditti or Seamen, jhall li.kf. ij> pn . jte Sul.ii.ii a .V ain^'i 'I hat the J.inie Cuiuiitimi hj are pr'pujid to lljn la.ne  Regim.nli //t/zj  I'l/iifniuuib  to d'i.Jt.,i,   i,:J tj i ...  t Jturn tbtnci uitij F.   iJ /� Englund a.-i.i l> eland. w M J N i- �l F F IC F.        �. . -49. HFRF.fS d'-ftr.t rrr;.*A:v ./ /V--- rt     -, P.f. ef thus KiT^.i.v t', I'-.:.--,   s^"', i^-t^'e^f-Hi'^g '^f Ce � T andttttet^tg tf t.lfr .tr/,r!.?.'^,        Jnf'. it ef tht PeeKc      tl-t /'-^-/it.ii       t--. i� '-r . �, ti-d �f f>;^�'.fAfnv If iwa-, nr. �j-, V'-i. A.f.iV '. > ff, and/rTd eat A.'a.ui-t le F.V'ti:r,e C, f. .SVA,';r.'.'-- tc i it M jtj > Mint, i'it C^f) �/"*�', tcgtth'r .-mitt tbtt' M^lti, l}t^i/p''t's. it ri i~,i.:rCk-*i  einet n.o HumJ Pumpt tt tbfiittt<-; a To tbt Gehr^iltur, of JT* -Tort   with 'atst, a-ri StuJJbrg Sail  Itiemi, two C^-ti� esrtd txkt Hard f'liw//, at they !*�' li* at bis MtyeMy'i Ykri est lt'o�hxi:iii\ i --: , t'      ,-r J''ri .^.-Jt to i-ii Mujefy Juri'tg ti-i CjiKttruenfir �r' I'.x !f'.:r. f.'ie   r^iiycd fr tbt Payment of t'-e PrlvJpal Mc-t.rs �Sf.r   ie:frf,        tin /, tsr be:;iv.e due, it pleafd fj .^i.-r.* t'jt Payf^"! rt F'fti Ii'm/^nd Pen'tif ot,t tf  tie ReSK.dtntr ff t!-.' f.jj .^u'jiji. t, /a' rA,- Pl/.i^.jrgr o/'Tf.-efety-fl't per Cent, /'-^f �:/�.*',, ef tbe f.i:! L.i..H, la fiiih Pirfunt eis art nvillinf ta rtcii^-e the /j.-ur : turd the ^fnafy fr the falJ Twenty-fvt p-rlJx.'. fr/rf/*.. st;/.A ^^"v Manths tuterffl to tht i ttb iiifiant, ufia iiii.b IJiej/'-t time -xiill .ft,i' wir.ii be a S/rfnca pi.Uihrd ly tht R. lrren.t M- *.i  xiL-iJf . Pr.eyeri -.\ill le^ir: .u ix-lt       tiii.r ,:f! i  Tl. vm i/'CJi.k. ~1.6n IK).\  HOSPITaIT or INriilMTKY. ' I HE AtKi-i.r/'.r, h,,it �ftTiCI.'itt I ^ pf'i^int.J ea be \ ttld at M.r.klvt '..i.'-l ll.Jt tn i .'-n il' O'b of April tuxt, after a S. � i.ji ;<,.,. 't, J I J I" '//<., �/'Jr DaAe 'it meb.tiU'sJ. Pr,Tt,Lat. ,.i.J :l �  ,^ /, �/v Rigit R,r. Fael',r       i,:J I '.. I  , / /: , .p    t [ V.   /V.J) , , itf^xn  .1 b.h-.it'i. A  k  i> i ' IK '.iJ   It ,/ .   / q; LMrir.,..-'i CJ'u/eb, in    ...il'i. s  I I-; ".V Rt. H.r tbe �.,r/>,''    U e. Sir R.LJbr.-i., Kiel axS.iiJ Sir '/.im.t (jeiu, Att .Mtebiii. O'. 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