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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 16, 1749, London, Middlesex                                T H URS DAT,   March  16,1-49 ID fit, M>trcb 14. _ I 0 Ship in the Dowfi$. Came 'down and faiPd tln^cgii. the Nrw GMccJler, Got^an, tor-Atttigba. 1 Wind N. E. - Vr.lerday arrived a Moil from U'/tr(ir:v,Fef:z2. SotncArmenian Mrrchdilts who trade to ihiy King-- dooi. bare received "Lirlscr* from Pcifii, which intimate, that the ScKach Ali had propcfcd a D. f.-nfivc Alliance to the Emperor of the Moguls, which the latter rejedled ; and that it was apprehended at Ifpahar, tbat'h^ would fcjze the tirft favourafeic O, portuni.-y to revingc the War which the late Rouli Kan earned cn .   againU him. Parij .41' matK, M.rrcb 22. Madans the Ir.fanta ba� ci-flributcd fevtial Jewels to the Maids of Honour and Rcii-nue of. the Ladies 01 France, and will, it's bclicv'd, fcon fci-cut for Italy. Marihal dc Ih-lleiflc arriv'd here Thcrfd.iy laft. he dined � 8t his own lioufc �ncbgnito, aiid the fa.ne Day (e: out \ot Verfailles, where he h^d an 4wdicn,cc of the ivif.3 liilf ii^n Hour nfiei' iWfvr. an4 re^aic'd till Three o'CUck jn the ^/3orrtlng with hi* Majcftj, who gave iuai anxxTf pa-cions Reception.   L ' lA.Ac, PigtiaicIH, who is to come hither Amf�c(raiIor trp,ra the King of Spir, in tl^^c place of ti:c Duke d'HiiiC-cair, who )�a� fyC^ the Time of his ^Departure, is every Da/.c^pedled. LONDON The Lord; of the Admiralty have put in CommriUon rl." VJcrcuryMan of W�r, of twenty Gja.-, s�rJ g vcn th> Cvntniabd MP Capt. 'Francis Willun^ Drake. latF Cora-inanier of the Fowty, that wa^ loll in iheGol;''- o^ KIh :ia, �and  Brftthcr^ Sir Francis Henry Drake, Mc;-il.cr of Pall anient ffi the Borough of'BcrcilUon ia D-vcp.' j'AV-vihtre. ' .  � r ^     � ' JWh�t�Yer Report may h�ve been ,^tcad conccrpin;^ the lieU^teent 6f'the Rdyil-Rcginient of Artillery and fcjigi-neert before PoDdicberry, wc.can-afBi� the l'ub>ick they have no Conntttion mth each other, and that the former . hftvencdv'a Admiral B^WeiOi Tbaoks for their gcOiL ^...JServicet and gallaAt Behaviour there. > .-i^We betu^iukt fevi^reminent Merchants will foon opco ^. � Subfcription for the'pr^moting^c Ftihery 00 ^tfae CoaA �ivi oAScotkn^.    ' V.      Ycderdsy at a Court of* Common'Coancil an -Addrcis ^   Was agreed to be prefented to his Majctty on the B?r.h pf . tjieyoVT* �r'�i Day the bt�cr;^� .will wa:i on his Majefty, to know his Hieafuic v.ttn' he will be attended with the fame. iFhe-Cbramiffiodcrs of the ^4e\v Bridge at Weftm-nfter . .have come to a Resolution, no: 10 let any Butcher. Hi&x-morrger, or Poulterer, keep  Shop in any of the new I     Streets leading to the dfortiaid Rhdge. Laft Week the Corptie of the late Lord Vllcoont St. John was landed at. the Tower from France, where he died lome. "    ^''eefcs tfeo; Hi� j.or�lfl�'P went thete for the Recovery of >    Kis Health i and thi� Day it will die in Spte in his laie . jbwelling Houfc in South .'Dudley Street, and Tomorrow be OD^rira to Lcdiard Ttegoz in Wilts, to be interr'd with his Anccfton, / Ycfterday the Rev. Mr. Martin De La Garde was infti-. ,   ^tcd into the RetSory of Markiicld in Lejctrtcrfbire, by the Bifliop of Lincoln, to which he was prefentcd by the Right Hon. the Earl of Huncin�ion. Yetterday a Reprieve came ^o i>iewgate for John Raven, conden^t'd the lift ^Scffions at the OlJ Baily fur tlcaling a Silver Quart Mug, and who was to have been cxccuied Tomorrow; with Benjamia Watts, for Smuggling, Thomas Holly, for a Robbery on the Highway, And John Burk, for a Street-Robbery. Ycfterday fevcral Boys playing in a Field bv Nei^i.ngton Green, one of them took holti of the J'ail cf a llonV^ ,    which kick'd bim on the Head, ar.d fr^i^tur a hij Skull, fo that there are fmall Hopes of hi> Recovery We were miilnfurm'd in regard to the Article rebtiog to Mr. Parfonss Trial, whcrcm it is mfnii^u'd. that his Tranfailion wiU� Mr. Jones a: the Maiquerade wss huth J up; for we are well afl'ur'd Mr Jones, who a very circumftantial Evidence againd him at RocheiUr. w js p. ii-tivcly determin'd to move tor a Detainer, in order to bnng him to Juftice in the County ci Miiiulcfi.t, in cale ihe Jury had acquitted him. A'lii<��/// p and Warehoufe above it,   together  with ike  :,i.op ui  Mr Reavely, a Hatter, twxt Door.   The rlamr* v.rie to rapid that no could bs favtd iii eiil-er Place, nor e*en the Shop Hook? EMntutj^h, M..'.l>c) Yedcrright the Ma.n|ion Houfc cf Pilion, about i�vo Itiilei Nor h houi tl.i? Cit*-, wa* bjini down 10 the Ground. It wus the Propcny f Mr -Amflv. an eminent Wiiic Merchant at Bourdeauj They wri:e from the North Country, that Week died, in the i'aru'h ot Pctcrt jlur. AaJxcw x .a.mio^. ij.d lOi ; he had ihc Uic ot a!l 11. jeufci t:!l tuo Days btioie his Death, and vvi;.i'. u mod reuiirkao^-, it, tiiat .ic completely filled hit ColLn, wti;ch wab fc.ea .^cct in       ^ h As there were a great nnuy Loc^:i'. ic lAai Cujr:r, Utt Summer, it u to be feareJ ua:. a; :he:e Kas Utn 10 r.t-ccfiive Frortj ihn Year, ir.e^ ir.j/ oc :ufc-2cJ vvj:h that dtrtrue^ivc Spevies , trr. or, MoiiiJjy !ait. 3 }>iU:\ iti Old Aberdeen oLItrvcJ ai lie i oc: ( : i 2 iv - is. h G*:dcn a Shell or Lruft. whun wa: . y ihong. jud. on bri.k -ij', it wp, there apfraie' ir.e >' .'y ot 3. Lcc-.!, v,:.;^^ could n.ovt aai^ciitui unit a UtU*. Next S\^cday Morning JiCharity Sermon will beprcacb'd at St. Margaret Pattens in Rood'-ljine, Fcnchurch'Stre**, by .the Rev. Mr. Deiegard, of St. John Horltydwwn. tiiiu livening-Lcfiurcr ofSt. John Weftminller, for the Bonifit of the Charity Boys of I.ar.gboutn Ward. The fame Morrtng a Cluriry Sermon will be prenth'd ' in the Parilh Church of St. Bocoiph without Ald^ntc. by the Rev. Mr, Doughty, Minitlcr of St. James ClftkctjwcU, for^the Benefit of the Charity Children of the faid Pariflt A new Mcvial on the Peace. larger than a Half Crown, _ oh which is t^c Buft of h's Majelly j on the Rcvnfc.' Britar.nia p*uing out of a Cornucopia Variety o( Fiuits, reprefcn ing Plenty, in thfc other Hand, an Olive Branch, and Inning on a Shield. On which is the Britilh Arms; on the Ground arc fcveral Implcmcrts of War, on which Hie fe'< her Feet; at a Diliancc, a View of the Sea. with tihips ^sii^.^g fevcral way.*, the Motro, P^r Ceinmtrcii Nuttix^ i. e. Peace' the Nurfc of Trade. To be had at Mr Hills, Engraver, at the Royal F-.xchange; at Mr Kirk's Toylhop, next NorthimberlaDd Hioufe, Charing CrOfs, and of the Proprietor, John Kitk, F^ngraver, in St Paul's C hutch-Yard, at 5 s. in Silver, and 1 s 6d.- in Copper. Ja tlic r�rjgr4pli Ijjl Thurfdsy c.^rietrwng Mit. SptmUove'j Wvikrtiiu i'lfjf. tobb\i, mi. She offers a Reward �if f Onint* t�Vh Il li-l'eom the IVrlwM,  ,    . �       . . �       f       ~ ' Yeflerdav Bark Sock was 1311 half for, Uptnmg. .!�.' a o.ock 174 I half for ditto. South-Sea Stock, 106 ^ 8:lis. Dittc Old Ar.nuiijes, 103 3 mhs a 1C4., Ditto Nc.v, roj 3 8ths. Bank Anuuttic) 1746, 101 r 4th. l>Jtto i7<-, I02 I 8ih. IDitto r.ottery 1747. 101 a 1 8th. ii I IK-  All Minet 17.t '. i.oz r 8th.   Three per Cciii' .'Vn- -vniift I ', i.oz r �tn. 1 nrec per Lciii .�\n-� itres 94 7 8ths a 5 4ths. Million Bank 1^:7 1 half. f\j'�va"ent no Price: Royal Airimnce 76. LonrfSi Af-fir�rrc. 10. EngVftt Copper no P^icc. Seven per Cent. Fi-.pcror's i  jiifi' Pir/res :APtiiJpiDfals, Ifidrtf/Jny, Makb ti, 1748. Navy-OfKce, Match ic, n4�. 'nr^WJ? PrinapsIOfcc-rt esi^Con/mffilwrs of bh Majtf.ys Jt    A'afvy--gfw* S'eiict, that ok Friday tie ijt^ injtant. Id-ftn e'ClstftH the hhrei^g, thy/luiH he rtatfy to treat xvitl^ /^fb Ptrjtis as ftsiiJ hi tKiTviahU tqjttt to hire-^hipi Jor utriyitig J'jJTu Ri^ivtOtts ffowt Pottjfi.iiiih to GihmUut^t^tuni to ittuiit fivin ttfMtt rXithFcrcet / Bmgl.mJ tinj b'tJMdi    .        "    _ Mmion-B.nk, Ns'g'.'iUvsid.Cjourt, pr�ce ^t'.PK fhdi'fitj the i/ijtont., aMtJJFriduf tl< 2%tb Afril h/xI, for  er Cext. Jtu at Liufy-Dvy ntxt; and that tbt Diindt^tViirrants tidHhf readt to^ J.liftrd out tuiJ j^aid to tbt-PrtprUtort ou tbtf:udi%^efAfrilr.fxt. ' NATHAN^L NKAi;,. S,(,'(ta,y. Hudfon's Bay HouYe, I-ondon, March. 16, 1748. TtlE Hm4fomi Bay Qfrnfany exfuji to Sffi/r, at tbtir Htuft im Fraiinuth Utrtet, thf^ /)'-// 6/   ihi H'.nl. 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