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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 25, 1749, London, Middlesex                                1 S AT y R DA y, March 45, RRIV^. the Riehioond. Richmotil], Aom Nantz.   No Ship iii tt.e from YcfttrdAjr arrived � MaU L(;i�n*� IX. A Schtme is faid to bt OB ibot for attKktng the Team of Atgim by Sea and Land, ---^ in order to rain that Repoblick : It ��a) projiao^ i� SiMtD, awiic utwopoiadtoiit out a Fleet of Sipaiifli/Portogoefc, Mtltefc, NcaooUtan. Geiiocfc and VcBctiaa Ship*, which u to^ attaek-nAlgtcrs by Sea. whilil a confiderable Body of Troops, which are to be aflembled in Btfbaty, advance and attick it on the Land Side. It-i erctnided that the Ottoman Potte. having received Infpr-aiatidb of this D�fign. had given Orden to tit oat all their Mea of War and Galina^aa foon ai pofiibW i and diat thefe Otdera had given Riic to the Report which has ucvaU'^ lately, that ibc Infiddi were goii^ to atUck the Ifland of Malta- St�cih�lm^ Marci if. M. Paain, Envoy Extraoidinary from the EmpT 'it tiVc'r IXJlirafionf'Somc pretend that tliev are to usiljAii. a Eody-flf 150ft? Foot mx> Fir.laud, ana oihm, th.-i tiicy arc (kfi^n'd for the TraofjiortJtwa of fome Atixilisry Troops-r'In:; 'hric arc.onlv ConjeftilircJ, theit rcoMXiirrition being ojjjy koown at Court. Fiama, Uurtk ij. Thi^ write from Poland, that the firfl Divifion of tke'  Advice having been rrceivt^d, that dwCioarta of Vienna and-Berlin-intend to fom Camps in Moravia, Bohemia, and Sildia v the King )tas alfo re-folved to have one in Upper Lufatia, for which PurpeCe lus Mafcity has orderid fome of the R^imtoo in that Province to be reJuforccd^ Btrlittt. Martb Tis faid^.that the Camp in Silofia �viU Gonfift of jSoooo Men, and that there will be one of imcrania. laoeoof which will go into Finland if the Circumftaners of A(falra Ihould inalce /, aiid that his Majcjiy'i Alliance with Sweden ia aboiit to take Place. Bamturgb, Marcb tS. Letters from Oantzick advife. ^at 'tis thought the Choice of a Duke of Courl^d will fall upon Pnnce Lewis of Wolfenbottrl, feveral Courts having already confented to it. Thcfe Letters add, that the Rnflian Troops that are croffing the Kingdom of Poland had received Orden to Qop in Courland.^ According to fome Advices frOm Petcrlburg, Coant Id^nich is loon to be recall'd from his EyUe, and pat at the Head of one of the Armies which the Emprcfs intemb to have on Foot in the Spring; but thisfcems to have ftry little Probability in it, and the recalling of this General is rather kiok'd upon as the EStG. of her Imperial Majefty's natijral Generouty in permittine him to enci his Days with his Family in Germany. The Letters from Ruflia likawife advife, that the famous Count LcAoc is fallen dangeroufly ill upon the Road, infomuch that 'tis doobted whether he will be able to undergo the Fatigue of his Journey to Sibcrtji. Orders are given to add 5000 Men to the Number of Sailors which are to be employ'd on board the Ruflian Fleet, which is fitting out with tbt uimoA- Expedition. Paru, March 24. We have received Advice, that King Saniflaut of Poland is perfectly recover'd from his Lite illnefs. and i(*a reported that he wiU come to VcrfaUlas immediately after th� Eailer Holidays. LONDON. Letters by Ycfteiday's Mall bring Advice, that fince the fiift of March there have been live confiderable Bankruptcies at Marfeiiles, one of them for a Million, and an-otho' for I aooooo Livrcs; and that the Shipping at that Port was in fuch a mifcrable Condition, that there were so Veflels to fend to the Levant or elfewhcre. Letters have alfo been received at Paris from Marynico and St. Ooffliogo, reprefeating th� lad Plight they were there likely to be reduced to for want of Shipping to carry to Ettrooa tha Cargooi of Sugar, Coffee, Indigo, ki. which they had got ready. There are Letters from Avignon which mention, that the yoong Pretender was departed incognito from that Piace, and that it was generally btlieycd he had taken the Rout to Bologna, where it was cxpeiiled he would /elide forUbmc Tune. ^"o^* ^0P�       granted *" "M^'li'ioDalPenfjon of 7000 Crowns a Year. rhePcarlc, lateDighton. from Old Calabar, bound to w** � ^ off tb� Illaad of Bcrbudaj feventy of tr^***' �>'"'^c Crew-were drown'd OftToefdav lall Richaii) Stockwell. Efqj lately appointed Governor of Cape-CoanCalUc. faUd from Cawes on ^ *� Dolphin, accompanied by the Carolina Sloop. On Tb ukcs of Ncwtallk *wl D^fct, EarU of Wia&tclfea, Ojdorii, GriMvdlf, and Bath, Chahctllor of thi Exiltc a|li of Thirflt In thai County, to b* one of lha CommiBioniira of hit Majcfty*� Rev^nufe in Ireland, la the room of the lite Thomas Brian, Efq; and a Writ having thmupon been order'd for the EleAion of a Member for that Borough, he will be rechoiea without OppOfitlaBt Lall Nigbt Sir Edward BeDamf, Ktikht anK Alderman, lay fo dangeronfly ill that his Life was dcf/airM oJF. On Thurlday Was intcrrM in a private Mumtr at the Parilh Church of St. Olave Uart>i>trcct, Sir Jacob Ac-worth, Knt. Surveyor of his Ma)etl)r*a Navy, irt which Station he ferved very near thirty-foar,Years, and with the IlriQeft Honour and Integrity to hi* King and Country, alwaj's preferring the puUlck Good to his own private Advanuge. Ht had other Emplo^t in the Service of the Navy in the iRc^ of King Cfanrles the Second, and frdm.that Time to bia Aj)|>ointmcnt at the Navy Board, he was indcfatiMble in every Branch of Bofinelii he undertook, �nd to wbkh h�>al Street|, WclhnUiler, wuehofcn cm* ofdM AAffauM BurgeOes ofthat ClQ^ and Liberty, In the roon'of Mr. Cottervl, who htt refign'd. VtRerdav a Iftle Child, fap^'d tO b� abont aba Months old, was found dc*d in a Deal Coffin bithind the Watch-Houfc in MoorficMs % nnd by Murks that appear on it* Neck, 'tis thought that it wai fltat\|te(l. The hppy D�lDftfalt of Brtiub Cam�ricrs� Sic, Marti, 1740. T^ACH B�au and Better tv A wife Farewell To Camirkit, long your Pride: For know, tUs Tkalh So dfafh'd ontr Glib, In Rags you mult hllTf figh'd. How foolllh they. Who fervent ipnif For Things will mrovc thkir fitott WhoTe randoni Vkw� The /httn lofe. To grafp at frt/ent G4n. Thus Tiilea of cid . Say, Faif/m  hM^ To balk in 'Pi^iin*i Raf; To Satau e*ve rhe wearing of Cambricki being prohabited af^er this Day, I a$th inftant,, there is now upon Sale, at the'Naked. Biw Hirofetf a eiavi>. For ever and for aye. The caklMMa fUf^d On^fr. Sadler's Wells, adjoining to the New River Head, Idington, will be open'd on Monday.rext, with the ufaal Divcrfions. To which will be added a new Allegorical Mafque on the Return of Peac�! intetfperfcd with a Piece in grotefoue Charaaers. ctlt'd The Rival Highlanders. During the Holidays, .(he Diverfions will be performed twice each Day j the firft Time at Two o'Clock, and tb� laft at Six in the Evening. Each Peribn to be admitted for a Pint of Wine or Punch. The and hree Crowns againtt the iNew Church in the StranT. (a Seed Shop) a Parcel of fuper&ne Packthrcadflnp'd Muflin cut into Gentlemens RufBes, being the moft curious of the kind that have bcin in England' thcfe twenty Years, not inferior to Cambricka in Strength, and ao other of the fame QiJidity to be had in the Kij^om. Likewife a HduU Quantity of fine thin Muflin. fa ear rijltriaj't far�M^ j^Mf tkt OnsOry. M�ltMm, f� Cpi^fcitme, Qblit�ricn, nai t&i^faous OM>t>tlon, iltt.        "   � High tVaicr at L.oniloa Bridge chis Dav ai 26 Minalas after 3 in the Morning, and 43 after ; in the Afternoon. Ttf all MtrcbaMlSy Packers., and others. THIS is to (buve Notice, that the Tillet P�intu)| Bufinefi of the late Widow Sbkn, dcniu'd, of Vcd-Liao-Strcet 10 the I>�rouali, it carried on bv Biown Phit|)i>t wily, at bU Houte in Crear Cartcr-LaiK nau Su Paul's, who iu> Iwen htt chief Manager in the faid and all otbct Paintini Bu6ncf( for Uiittno Ycaii Daft, aad �� uo the Puiut of Entrmcc into PaitnetOlp t and be Iwfc* br the Cvniinuancc of hci Cuiloatcis Favour^ and 4uiJ c�ciuit (heir Comspandi in tiu: mufl punttnal uti eapcditigu  perffran'd all Bufioef* lel.r.n^ to Aiou. Noul'e, Si|M, Coach, Shijf. ami Floor-Cloth Puiiiing j likcwile a lar^ and well digcA'-d 0>(|e^i4  e A L 1 F O K N I A Sold l�y Mr j"Ui e had, I he Flift V..;an>e.   Piite^i   hi. The Subfcribeil wll hi� llieir iltxik; drlsvri'd lu ihrfn �i "tr fot-b�il'a,up�M deliKTing a|i their K�c�ifti,  J (h� Kcmniuci j( than Sub&riytian Muuc> Stock w�* ��> l*i�it '..^a li S".Ot\ ! rf 0|iehln|. �i�ih-se* swk. tw I'f.c- DittuOid Aaaahiei ao Frke. Ditto K�w. loa 7 Sths. fk�k Annuitin sy46. tot 14th. Ditto 1747, tiO Pnce. Diuo Laitary 1747. toa. ladk AniNiita* loj   %\ a i Ith. Million flank toy  half. B)uiva!�at ao Price. Royal AiTn^aat* 70. Londea Affuiaae*. tO. |!ii^bi\ Copper. 51. Seven per Cmt. Empcfot'a Loan. ip. Bank CtrcL-latlon ^1. los. ttvn.   India.Bo^l.40*. -.--vvh;^ot^'ia>^t;'?,T74i� tJt^iUi^iM � Ovii Gvi-^rmmmt fe dr P^wvim ^' K*vA Snti* f� iVerf* Jmrricoi^ *u *i^fir th ktffrfrtfJhig madfittS*s tbt fiiid! Prwitf^ anJtxtmSi^ mJimfimhi fygrm�fi�$ ImmA KKitiimtbt/mmi, eK.f m-a atrwri ttjiib efkb^ Ojfmtrt W|^TWr M� Afiyr/^'< LmdtMiil^Mitrvitti mt ^di Ar ttt'jitid Protimtf: jM hi, MMtt Am^ ^iffroimtiff, ^\fit Puftrt �f tit I4id H$m�M tkt Mi C�as*i|bl.ifir frmd.' 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B) 0-d r   rf tt, f.ikt Uir.    th Urjl 0.mirj^.iKtH fir _ 1 H()>.!AS IIIL!. 
                            

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