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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 14, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Daily TUESDAY,  March  14,   i749' Dm/, Afarcb 12. IA ME down this Mornins. and uil'd through, the MactTcriicld. SrupiR. for rbilsilelphia; th� Archangel. Hun>and. �nd the S^ccdwtll. BUckman, both for Btrbaooes; the Alhted, Pringle, and the PrincdTa; �(Dw'r5. both for Antigua; the -, Stcckos, for Ncuibundland; and Rebecca ami Margaret. Wallace, for fiatcciona. Arrived and went thro\ A� ArfSi^, Rand, from Lilbon, with two other Shim fraaii Irriaad, but can't get their Name*.   Wind N. e. YcrSmSay arrivM a Mail firoiii HoctAifD, and OAe i^-S^^iy*- S.V Cardinal S)>intin. Archbiftiop of this C�J. tad * WW Day* fincoa ptivate Audience of the King wSacrna hu Erainence befought his Majclty to order that tJieFijEces Fignatel!i might be fet at Liberty, declaring tbas tiiofe two Lords had giren him an ample SatisfaAion fca- d* ASironi ofcr'd by thcin to this Prelate; fo that it's ri-ordodaJstft Pnnccs will ihortly be difcharged front Cha-t-Tza Neaf, where they are d:t:;i.ied. The Infanta, third i'';-.j:>">3r erf their Majtilies, is pcrfcQIy rcCQvetcd from r      JtikeSS.   According; to the laft Letters from Di";-t^B,     On6man Troops continue their Motions On ta..- F::cn:tcxs of that Province.   The Urobri^ whic^ the Rcpsb'ick ai �ril took at it begin* to difoinifh, fince the AmraL?  efirc torn^ this Treaty >�hh All Kduli Kan. beiatg^perfaadedl t}ut tbey.lhould gee nothing by fuch a KcfpntatiDn, dns Afiain of Perfia being in lo critical a Si-tBawn. dat tbcjr cauaot continue long as they arc. Tmiw, JUarct 5.  By aa Exprefs which is arriv'd from ' Ca^un, wiuve Rcdr'd an Account of the total Defeat '^r^_Sandiid wkicb diihirb'd the Tranquility of the Hmdmrs^ MarS 14. The rai�bg Recruits for the Tnmmvf da? MJng of Pmffia, as well in the Territory of i&ai niacc as in the principal Cities of the Empire, is �wwtiafj with great Application ; and the Covalry of his PktilCn ifigcfiy, which it*� faid will amount to more than tlkc Qrs?�s>ng of May. fyoresl ^ � LtUtr frm Bcrtin, dased Martb  Thui Sif�nai which lieem to thretuen the North, the  cacbMrtdisuoy Ptcpmtiom of fcveral great PoWcrs, and  tic AsieKtka of (he Kiw to ward ott all Danger from  bis owat PoawioM, hanng ^etermin'd his Majefty to  ovte'ldf Amy to be ready to aft whenever Ocnifion  mMfWMtSn, tie has tboogjht proper tt> make it known to  aDIt^iiiBi^im at foreign Courts, at the lane Time in-  fenivi�.4�B mth The Mtitives which iadifpeaOibly  oU^vaim to be ready a^inft all Events.' fimtt, JUWxft 14. The King has granted a Pardon to ^ fioaoaa Fontaoban, at the SoUicitation of the Prince of Coata wai Marihal Saxe, upon Conxiition, neverthelcit, �kA ke uipini u Piifon for Life. TVfe itar^int de Mtrraoiz isgettihg ready hi� Equipages for im Embofljr at die Coon of Great Britain, and thinks to fat OM die End of acxt Month. I. O N DO N. Lenoa fiora Spain mention, that the Margaretta was anitci as Cadia from the Havannah, who brings Advice, tkai Adsxuiai Rcggio was ready to fail for Europe with fevea large Ships with an immenfe Treafure on board ; ad lihat the Aurora, a large Dutch Ship, with upwards of 60000 fwca of Eight, was fciz'd and confi/rated by the SfosiirdU en the Coaft^of New Spain, and the Capiiun, liaecw a&d fane of the Crew, fent to the Galleys. Ycfttsday the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor. ShctiiFs. and AUctiacB, waited on his Majefty at St. James's with an Addn& tm dtt Bittb of the young Princcis, and receiv'd a SBoA graCBOSs Arfwcr. Tht pnixipa] Inhablnnts of WeAminller arc folliciting At fisrittmeat for an A(i for a Fifli-Maatcct, to be erected �car WcftmiaafT-fliidgc, in order to have the faid City fccnar fared. kjA Saoday. it blowing a frefh Gale at N. E. one of ibe Skips ootward bound to Antigua ran foul of a Urge Si)^ bdow Gravcicod, and received fo much Damage tkutt It's dioaglit &t could not proceed on he* \ oyage. OalOhtiifday UH ended the Aihzcs at Aylelbury, in and far the Coanty of Bucks, where a remarkable Caufe was tried bcfare Sir Manin Wri^t, KiiC. one of die Jufl'ccs of his Mijefly't Court of King's Beoch, by a fpecial Jury of t&c Caid County, between jofcpli Sloper, on the Jietialf of ike CiDwa. ap^ hlmfclf Plainiift', and John March, D�fes�d*Et. The Hamnirs Aclion was Inought upon tbe Satmc of the yh of Qyen Ann, which prohibits a21 Pcti(>tis except the Poft-Maller Ocrcal and their JHhepioaef, fi�a forr.iihing Horfcs and I'urniiure (o Pcrfuns laimg PoS, under a Penalty of Five Pounds for cvtry OScsioe. The CaTc was that ti�� Dc'^trndant h^J fui..i(h:d llitwe ISorfc* and a Chailc to Pcrro.i* tranJln g Pol liom Miwlrrihrsil-Bndge to Reading, acid \Mih lu.ii Ho Tcs ftosB Miii c Council OA ba'Jti Sides, the jury l>roJj^;V.i hi a Vctdict lor ihc Wmu'-u} lor Fen Pounds, brir.j^ U.e f'criiliy of five I'ounda lor etc), Off^jicc, iO;.ctL-f wni- fjll (:o'i^(.t Sun. Wc iiCAj �j-oui l_ii;. a.'.T, f .��   li' X inii-U Saauit-i Tupy. m.:. i..^- 1., Sa.   '.v, i.-. li (ir 1'. i� .c 1 i, :. .lij/oii, v.iic *W31i-�U4      u.t V ^ .;t . ; .i.i. i t;n II.- ^ui^ _____ of filing Guineas. Thirty-fijc-Shilling Piece*, and Moidorrs, of which they had uttered' a conCderable Quantity in that Neighbourhood, that evidcQtlv appeared to have been newly fled, and were contidarably dmint(h'd. Ycfterday died at his Houfe io St. Margaret's I.anc, Wiilminlhr, Mr, William Betts, Collcflor. Crycr, ard MelVct.ger to the Commiffionersof Sewers for the City and Liberty of Weftminftcr, and Office-Keeper and Mcfltnger to the Auditor's PlKce in his Majefty's Exchequer. On Sunday Night a Servant of Col. Ruffel's, riding his Maffer's Horfe with Furniture on afid Pillols through Old Bond-Street, happening to qunrrel with two Chairmen whom he had like to iiave rode againfl, one of the Piftols went off, and (hot a Coachman who w" going by iatheJir.Qin. where the Balls Ibdg'd, and he is fince dead of the Wounds. Lall Sunday Evening, between Seven and Eight, two Men, drcflcd likb Sailors, riding" fftetiy fart down St. Martin's Lane, and a poor Woman with a Child in her Arms" crofllng the Street at that JunAure, one of their Horfes ran againft her and threw her down with fuch Force, that (he was fpeechlefs for fomc Time^ and the Child's Skull was fradured; both were fent to St. George's Hofpital, but 'tis thought the Child cannot terpver. 0,v/W, March tu Vve are aQured that Dr. Radliife's New Libiary will be publickly Opened the Beginning of next Month. Lad Monday a Man was taken up fpeechlefs in the Road in Chcany-Lano near this City, from whence he was carried to a Publick Houfe juft by, and upon fearching his Pockets a Letter was found direAed for ft Gentleman of Trinity College in this Utiivetfiiy, adviRAg the Gentleman that he had brought him a Sum of Money to the Amount of near Sol. and on finding no Money inhia Pockets, 'twts iinagin'd he had been robb'd { but upon Ids bclngundrcfs'd to put iiim to Bed, the whole Sum Was fountl conceai'd within his Stock>ngs juft in the Ham j from whence 'lis fuppos'd he fell oft his Horfe in a Fit : However, he expired the fame Evening, without cvcr recovering his Sp(!C�l�. Ca-TA.rs, Marcfj 11. On the 8th came in the Bleechers Revenge, Lapt Halden, from Caen for this Place, with the fia^K^gc belonging to the Soldiers that were ftranded on the I'rcuch CoaU. Two Sermons will be preach'd this Week at the Pariih Church of St. James Clerkcnwell, for the Benefit of the Charity Giildren belonging to the faid Parjlh s one Tomorrow, by the Rev. Mr. Moore, Lefturcr of St Bartholomew the i..crs; and the other on F|;iday, by the Rev. Dr. Newton. Redtor of St. Mary Ic Bow. A motl worthy Naffavian having been plunder'd and al-mort kill'd by a Band of Robbers and Murderers, we arc deftr'd to acquaint the Publick of his undcferved Misfortune, iioc ouuDiing Diic tnerc are rerfons humane and pub* lick-fpiritcd enough to rellore him, fo much the more readily, becaufe by ncccfl'ary Encouragement he will become of incomparable Service 10 both King and Country, he being exceedingly well verfed in Philofophy, Divinity, Politicks, and the rredif^ion of Events; as it will appear by the Proofs he has to give thereof, and the great Appi'oba-tion they met with beyond Sea. He is to be Heard of at the Stocking-Shop in Ryders-Court, the upper End of Leicerter-Fields, and is ready to wait on all well meaning Perfons of Diftinaien, that will be picas'd to honour him with their Converfation. High Water at London Bridge this Day at 43 Mingites after 6 in the Morning, and 13 after 7 at Night. Yeflerday Bank Stock was no Price. India Stock no Price. South-Sea Stock, to; a 106 3 4ths. Ditto Old Annuitie*, 103 i half a $ 8ths. Ditto Ntw, loj 1 8ih a 1 4th. Bank Annuities 1746, 101 1 4th. Ditto 1747, loa a I 8(h. Ditto Lottery 1747, loi. Batfk Annuities i7n�de fof the fijiding a \'tl\ife ibat Wiji 10 (he t�k-luiut.   lUuftiaied �iti Cuts, and a c:ticO t hi.t 1* Hudlon'f Bay, and IN unlriea idjjccnt. Hriuud �of H. Wbtridte, at the Royal Eich.iPtt. 7bis Dny is pvblijh'd, (Price ^s ) 7bt S If Olid /'� umi (i^liih ctmfUm tht tf'o'k) tf A N Account ot a Voyage for the Diltovrry ' *   of the North-W^.T forage ; prrfunird in the Sb [i f.litoinu, in the Yeaia 17+6, 17471 Ojit. Fr^ntli Smilh, Coriinua . 2 S , I � J J '        4 Whireball. Mtrch r. sr4��� Afrt^.r/ kft-i-g f-'^o f. f''fiJ ^t^*|(J^ _fr^-rh rjtiiyif'int � (JW�.'t�V;' T-w*(ff .� th *f' Ai-sr* Sictim in Vrr// iV.�, ..^1fhf-lrir >    ; S^jf Jw-i�"ft ^| ly graittiii^ LihM titV^n lh>       , *r< ([livi^J tti%* iiuitti t�ffllt Ojfl lA Min *iif.ii thf'/JJ Prt-jii-i I Aui hi lilj./^ A>*fw/^'fjNrflw jtnw/ Wff-'^-mliM if ih* Pttrfert \.f t%t ftiA Fr^f^'d:.^ ffr A^J' U.ii�i�riA},      Iwtls C3i�x,ipr:'*rrijtr �Tmde tprj tlaaj^fimA, JtV// it f.-ir* ff /hei 9ftht Q^(iiJ:timt^ ie frmtiJ totTfry Ef^fip^n, threehitadrtJto i<�&Ty Luntn^iM, fiarhmit^ to eiury Caftttie, tt�dfut ttmJftd t� (Metr eiu-zt the Itati ^Qiftnitit in the �\vnaU, Ffq; Sr/mittr        CLrt t/ the Ibgarn tf tir Lcrdi Commi^wni'rt fir Tradt �W Phm&UBtMJ, 4tf Ojfice at irhitekall. ^' John Rujfell, Efq; LoitmiJ:im,r ff hit 9i^Jff* X^y Pertjmeuth. Philip Funlrugh, Efq; Comaiiff.i <*er tf htM Mi^Jfy'o S^y M Plymouth. 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