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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 23, 1749, London, Middlesex                                mm The Daily Advertifer. THURSO AY.  March 1749. Dtal, Martb zt. O SUp ia the Downs.   Wiad Ydhetdty arrived  Mail fnm FaARca aod mne from HoLtAND. ^^fW. Af��* i- Tfce Enpfcb is pcrfcaijr recorer'd froaa ker late IndiTpofition. The War-Oficc has infom'd the Emprtfs. tlHt her Orden for raifinc }oooo Rccroits have been comrfy'd with. Her laijierial M�jel�v las ap-twintcd Marihal Count de I^y to command the Arm/ whlth is to be aiTcroblcd in Livonia. ritKMt Martb i J. Order* are given to mdcc Difpofitiou iot the Camps which have been latelr mention'd, a�d >ts� computed that there will be about 70030 Mea,eiH:amp*d. BitUit� Umktx, Some Advice from Mittaa al, that the Elcfiion ofa new Dulcc of Courland wUl take Place tovrardsthe Middle of next Month.   The Kife'^ Troop*, according � the mod exaft Lift that hu ^ ^r'd, amount to  77 Baitalions, and 207 SquadfoMi .   CfAM, Marth 8.   The Governmt-|it has  lately   li�t Deputies^ to Milan and Vienna to UvU the Capital* mmA lateieft belonging; to th? S^bjcd of this Repubtick, and which hail bttn kq lettered    Thcfe Deputies arcretnni'd perfcftly fatisfy'J with tfe^^t^ilitier-tfacy rccciv'd �t both f laces. The Capiuh arfc not only rcilored, but ih� v have begun to pay the incerrft frcm the l>ay at the Ratl&cation of the DcHnitixc Trca'y of Pc�ce. Plactnua^ M.ueb 10. fne Miirqnii d*Ah*ma ublii.k; and it's reported that he has refolvcd to t;dce a '1 our to Naples. Parit, Itlardf 21. ' Tis alfurcd that the K ing h^ refolv'd next Month to fuppnts the Four Sols per Livre iwhkh is rats'd upon every I'bing that is brought into this City i but the Colleaion of the Tcnihs will be continoed doriitg the prcfent Year. Paiit /i/u-main, Mmch la. Col. York has had feveral Conferences with the Miniftcrs of the Kin^ wherein Measures have been concerted for mainiainiog. if poftble. the Tranquility in the North. It's likewile pretended, that the Colonel has taken great Pains to engage the Court to oblige the young Pr earch L> making lu all the Printing-Houics in order to diicover the .Autlior. Bruji/i, Mui\b 24. By private Letters from Lille we re ahurcd, tiat the famous Foutauban was bang'd there about three Week^ ago. This Mitigation of hit Sentence has been granted to the muft notorious Rogue that perhaps was ever heard of, beinghrll condemned oy the Grand I'rovoft of this. City to be burnt alive, and afterwards by the Court of France to be quarter'd. Uagut, Marth j6. It has been order'd by their Noble and Grand Mightinciles, that the Arrears of l'axe� upon lloufcs, due for the Year 174; and the preceding Year^. lliall be paid immediately ; and thofe ot' the Years 1746. 1747, and 1748, (hall be paid in before the ijih of April, i;ih of May, and ill of July next, under the Penalty of the Forfeiture of the Houies. LONDON. YcAcrday his Majefly went to the lloufe of Peer? with the ufual Sute. attended in the Sutc-Coach wiili the Duke of Richmond a> d the Loixl Vifcount Harcoun, aod gave the Royal Afl'ent to A Bill for punilhing Mutiny and Dcfertion, and the bener Payment of the Soldiers Ciuarters. with feveral Amendments. And t� a great Number of private aui Naiurabxatioo Bills.  And then the Right Hon. the Hotfle of Peers adjoum'd till Tuefday fe'nnight. The Servants have Orders to air the Apartments in th� Palace at Kenfington. 'I'hcy write fiiom the Sound of the :2d inflant, that Capt. Robcjt Courl'on was arriv'd in that Road, and brings Advice ot a iihip being call away on tlic Annoc-Rcel: Tiiey met lull Caflti ttciiBg m theCattcgate.whichfcemd 10 he Brandy and Wine C*lks. feveral ChelUof Lemons have hkewrtc been found on the SwediOi Shore, not far from Kclliingfburgh, by which it appears thai this Ship came from either Portugal or Spain. Ycllciday the Truftces for Morden College on Black-heath met at the AmOfrdam ColFec-Haufe. to ill up the three Vacanciet m the (aid CoUege, when MclT Crocket. Craycrol. and Layton. were cholcn. Yeiltrday Morning died luddenly at his Houfe iu Spttal-oquare, L�pt. James Daibut, an eminent bU.k SUi V�eaver, reputed to have died very rich. Felony Hd-Honlebmkmt 1 Thorns Wilfon a�d John Wicdkodc; for robbing en the Highway x Richard Bond, LienteuM of  Man of War. ^r Mt^er  d nturdcr'd wiihio  Mile of that Place. He h�d (^vcral Cuts in his Head, �ad his Arm bi^�. Next Day three Tinkers were take* ap on Sufpicion, and impHfoa^d in tht Tolbooth, one of whom confrli'd hit having a Qtiarrel witht and irikidg the Deceased as tbey came from a Wedding. Toawnow (being Good-Fridav) a'Charity S�mon will be preach'd hi dM Morning, at St. MiehacP* in Cornhill, \j the Hight Rev. Father in God John Lord fiiihop of Pietesbotoogh, for the Benefit of iht Clohrity Children of Cttnihill and Lime-Street Ward*. - Prayera begin Half an Hour after Trp o'clock. Tomorrow Morning a Charity Sertnoti will be pruch'd in the PaiilktUuuch^r St. Michael in CrtM>k(d-Lane, bv the Re.-. D'. ^huckfwd. Rea^r of Alhallowt in Lombard-I Street. Pneb^rdary of C^antcrbury, and Chaplaiix in Ordi-\ na�x o bis .Majeft/. fi>r ihe Beneht of the Charity ChildniB � ol {lr�{ge.nJv:andlewickMVaTds. The Prayers will begin at Kr �en o'clock. Mr. Erwiller gives Notice, that his Concert of Mufick, .; by the bet Mattien, conddding with a BaH, will be on � Thurfday bcxi, at the Turk's Head Tavern, the Corner of Grcck-istrcct, Soho.   Tickets, ;*. each, which wilt admit ' a Gcnilunao and Lady, nay be had at the Bar of the iaid Tarcni. and at the Tink's Head Co8�c> Houfe ovcr-againll the Savoy in the Strand.  To begin at Six o'clock. Sadler's Wells, adjoiiuag to the New River Head, Ifliagtok, will be opcn'd on Mtsndav next, with the ufual Davcr?oita. To wnich will be added a new Allegorical Kiafq'ie oa the Retorn of Peace; inteiipcrfcd with a Piece in grotefqae Chara^, olPd The Rival Highlanders. Dunag the Holidays, {he Oiverfibns will be .performed twice each Day: thie firft Time at Two o'Clock, and the lafi at Six ia the Evening. Each Pcrfun to be admitted for a Pint of Wiue or Punch. The wearing of Cambricks^ being prohioited after the a^th inftant. tbeiv is now upon Sale, at the Naked Oov and Thfw Crowu againft the New Church in (he Strand, (a Seed Shop) a Parcel of fuperliiic Packthread-llrip'd Maflin cut into Gentlemens Ruffle)', bitng (he mod curious of the kind that have been ra Enghnd thefe twenty Years, kiot inferior to Clambricks in Strength, and no other of the umc Quality to be had ia the Kingdo^. Likowife a fuiall.   �l 8tht a ( 4th. Duto New. 102 s Sth*. fiaial^'jmiHiA* V74(V, 101 3 4tbs a ^ 8ilu.   U.n� 174?, ao -Price.  Ditto Lutiety  74; loi j 8:hs a i half. Bar k Anouii 174H', no Price. Tbrre per Cimt. Annm^es 94 3 4ths. Milliw>n Bank bo Price. Fquir�!eni no Price. Koyal Alfufance 70. Lando! Aif iiaitce. lo 1 8:h. Bnglilh Copper, no Price. Seven per Cent Emperor's Loan, no Price. Bank Cir-culation 3I. 7 , 361. a 581. Prrm. �K   f ^"ftb� the Adiics ended at F�cter. where tfte following i'cfons rccei�d Sentence of Dc*:h. '^l Stmoniearii, Mary Jarn.an and lidwarj liAJaigic. lor ftf    i>e    pertmptcrtly    S O L. iJ� 'ftt'thtr tr im ParttU, la tht hift Biditr or llidd n, O'f'rrjjf        i4'f       jtprii Btxr, k nveem Ihi lltur, �f lour atij �*f,r tm li^ ,-if'g*^mjM, ^-ri^jmr i� a Ortrtw     kit Mitytiy'i C�tiri ef E�-thtfiLrr Mr li ftmirif ^   tt/irr Ci'*'l.t Uafltr, fjff Oxpufy-R.mi'i-kwt* .r   ;' it UiJ t�.�/, *i kit Ojji.l I* thi: Kimjrt BtmH //jAi in AFreehold V^.tc in Lincoln's Inn Fi-Kls, r.TjJ'ljif '4 (rvmictu MrlTujjcs, Cu ifhrrrof jttt liiiulrJ in I utnsiiir K >t, imin^ l�iuulii't Inn (i.u)tcn, .ii4tMuvJ Dcfi^ttk i tfatic �n am mot* Cupict tcit ihao lliirly-�> ot ilw IimI}. *o4 but fii uf (he Ur(c F'|>Cr, wiiich (rc prOpafcd lo G�D Icaico tot Thicc C�>as�i (be fmall. tad FinGuincu (be tti(i, titl th* ifl ttt i>t*y i atlci wbich Uiy, if any rcmtin aniliit> �a>.�i tu (lic ur.�,tul Pnce of Fuui Guiocu (be fiiult, �n4 �� Guumn ikc Urp. At (^x boorCial T. OAi.inc't, foejr be had Muoev for (he IteinaiiWif �f {the laificdMO uf uif BmIu, or aajr Lihttif or Pwcel uf Buuki, or Navy.Olficc. March 17, 1748. 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