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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 28, 1749, London, Middlesex                                T U � S p AY,  MAltttiaS,   i^^g. Vi^iJ,  Mn-ch 26. A M U down and Tairdt a Man of War for the Weftward j the Bof-cawen, Braund, for'Fall-FncJa; tHe MyrtiUa, Badden, and the De!a-niai', M ifrard, both for rhiUdelphia; the Happy Jcnnrt, WilcoX, the Chrrighion. Lloyd, the Hatlcj. Hill, and the Th-ficl. NVFagait. all __ for Virginia; the Ann and Elizs- bcih, I'carcc, tori^ublinj and the Elizabeth, Whitwood, for Newfoundland.   Wind E. S. E. Yeftcrday arrived a Mail from �HoLLAVt>, and one from I'-RANCB. Nal^ln, Marfb iz. T'lC Eldcft of the Infantas who wat alinoft rccovcr'd of the Small-Hox, died lift Wtdncfday of the BJpody-FlsiX, in the j&th. Year :pf.hcj'. Age : Her Body was carried with great Siate -to the Church of St. Claire, aad . dwufltcd with the reft of the Royal Infantas.   Thii Lois has greatly oiFeded their MajelUes. Barcftana, Mjnh 14.   Toward* the Evening of the ,1 ith indant twenty-three Ships^ wriv'd with about a^Co of our Trooj^s, being Part of the great Convoy from Naples, the Rcmaindci' bt >vhich fail'd for Malaga.  We; arc under � great Uneofintfi for one of the Ships belonging to this, Convoy,'which was feparated from the rctt by a Storm, and ..has liot fince been heard of. -i^ttmttt,^artb 1^.  The4Bfafl4 ow-Puke-did-jftot make bis publick Entry �nto this City till the bis Royal Highncfs was received witlt I oth ioflant, when all poflible Magnificence, I.Ho fupp'd in thi'livening at the Uo:cl of the MarqiiiJvd'Ahumada,-Irom whence he �vas condufled to ihe Duc^l PalflCe by the chief Uurghcri, having each a Flambeau in hi� Hand, lits Royal liigni-fs h at prcfeiit at Sala. Stotkbohn* Marth ig. The Camp which is to be form'd in the Province of Jemptie, upon the Confines of Norway, wtlLconiiftof IS or ijooo Men. and that in FmUnd. near Somero; of 35000. The Dalecarlians, a very populous Nation.and fit to undergo the Fatigues of Wait have offer'd 16000 Men for the Service of this Kingdom in cafe of Need. Viema, March :z. When the Court of Rome confcntcd to the ratfing 5000-0 Liv/cs on the fcccUfiafticks in Hun-nary, it. was ilipulaied amongn other Things, that this Sum ihould be employed in the FortiAcations of the Frontier Towns on the Side of Turky ; but the Emprds Queen has reprcfented to the Pope, that as thefe Places lire in H good Condition, ani^> that, moreover, there v/as nothing to be fear'd on the Part of the Ottomans, it would fUnd her in greater Stead, to haw the Lib^^rt^ of making ufe of this Vioney for morc-neCeffary Purpofcs. In the mean tH'iine Orders hnve been given to raife as foou as pofliblc the Money in Qutftion. Ce/sg�, Mttre/r a/. Letters fom Weftpha'ia advife, that great Quuntities of Com of all fort� arc buying up there, to rtock the Magazines bcloneiug .to the Jiinr of PruiBa. Stttfil^, J^iarto-jo.^ It's jsflbr'a that Come Placarfs %vill fpeedily be iflucd (p remedy the Inconvcnicncies krifiog rd Comtiierce from the Currency of too great a Number of Cold Ducat.', and the Scarcity of Silver Coin. Parh, Match 28, A Perfon is lately arriv'd here from Africa, Who has brought with him three Ottriches; they are feven Feet high, and carry a Man upon their Backs like a Horfc; they are extremely fwilt. and will go tour or. five Paris Leagues in an Hour; they eat ihiriy-five or forty Pound Wefght of Visuals in a Day, C'>n�ifting of Bre4-', Fruits, or Garden-StulF, without ever drinking; and they evt n eat Stoiies, Iron, and Steel. They write from Lifle, that M. Moreau de SecheKes haji caus'd the Hangm^in to be put in Piifon lor dripping the Spy Fomau-ban before he was brought to the Place of Execution, be caufe it's prelcndu^, that by that Means he intended to prevent his being Itnown. It's added, that Fontauban bc^ fore he was cxtcuti.l, dtfir'd to fee his Son, a Child about fi.x Years of A^k ; and that when he was brought him, he gave him eighty Louis d'Ors, being all the Fruits of his Roguery that he had left. PiiriiAla-main, Mtuch 30, They write from Genoa, that tlie Govcrnntcnt has under its Confidcration the Re-cllabliihing oi the Cr�dtt of the famous Bank of St. George, the Bills of wltich, ne^eithclefs, yet are paid at 17 or S Ecr Cent. Dilcount. To this End Icvcral Piojcils have ven nropo/d, dn>ongil otiicrs, that of a Loucry, like that of l*aris; t>jt nothing lias further yet been deteriuin'd upon, butj to fulpend the J[)iviJcad which ufed to be made every Year. Letters from Corfica intimate, that the Rebel Mara, who Rid reiir'd with the l^icdmoniclc to Savor>a, was rctJn.'d to that llland, and was ex iting the People to revolt ugaiuil Francp, apprehending tiui by the Inltigation of the Mar-ouib de Curfiiy, they would put thcmli^ves agam under the Dominion of the Republick. Tlic Kiiw lias given Orders that the fmell Men (hall be chofcn out of the icforin'd Grenadiers, of v.hotn a Regiment is intended to be cojnpos'd, which his Mij;!!} ^\^ixi to prefgHt to the liifania for her Guard.    I'lu*^ Ktli"'mc�t wdl be new cloath u g^IUCtit and accoutred at the Kxpence of ---------- .....       -y the Siaic i but us loon    thfy ftiall be out of xhc Km^tioui, they are to be mainia�n'd by the Court of Parma. L      O      N      D      O      N Mr. Dufand, Minifler here from France, L'.ely deliver'd to the JV'Jinillry a DetUrauai) from ins Co.in uj�jn ihc Subjeil of the Situation ol .Allaire in iheNotih. importh-.j;, thai his Mud Clirilli.in Majcily h>id nothing more ai fle^.t than to maintain Peace, and caufe it to (ubM ihroagiiOar Europe i   tliat he would neglciit No liing to atuiittat Calutar) End, and prccni the Tfo^blc* witU wurrii North fctincd      be thrcu.en'd ; that the lluij^ dil _  -''� '   but iliai his BiiiaiiuKk Majtll/ liad the bnic lutcn-lj.it I .ai it, contrary 10 Expectation, the httoru of ' irilhan M.jelly Ihould not have the dcfi cd ti.it ilie i)vvta^;^ flioaid re in I'lii.iCr I "f lertain   Tnatici.   his Moll Chnlli.:ii icTi^lvtu to lulitl iiU Ln^jgcmcoii with tut    ) doubt tiuiia Kl^    Moll Sucttls, i M j.li.....! ^(n:(l" ItjC V ^       '" l., Sloop 01 Uuf lu.u uf the .Admiralty pm the Alb.iry Luiii:iuUio:i, ai.d  ci.c the LolUiiiii.d to Capt. John Ro.:* ; tbe fatj iSIoi^ laih with Admitjil Ilav^lie to Aonapoiit-Royal ia Nova ScihU. The Bofcawen, C�pt. Braend* bound for Boml^y. Mot^a. &c. faird through t^c Downs on Sutiday 1^^ �Uh a fair Wind on her intOKkd Voyage; We hear that the Rchcarfal aad Feaft of the Son* of the Clergy arc to tt on the iSth ami xotK of ��tl Month. ( The Baggage of the Karl of Holderntis it packing up to be fliipp'd for UotltBii, where his LotJihip is going Ambafi'ador. The Right Hoi�. the Chancclioe'd' the B*cbeqtttr is gnne down to his Seat atEftier in i��nrr, wi* fevcral Per-ions rf DilUnitioav to keep the EalJUr Vio^i^lays. Lall Thuri'day Lticd at Pool. Mr.. Aldartaan William Wiliiami one of bu Majefljr't laiid>WMters in that ?o\\. In the Hay-Market, oa Moaday Mact� the 3d of Aptil, rxaiiUy atTwdv*. Mr. FcWs Brealcrafltng wiU^b^^ta, -All theM.->t�rials Refli nmtN�T�J| aad tlnr Coi�p**y. td bfe waited on by two Kiilghb from the Land's End. and a Brace of Cats fr^i tlaljr; Placet CO bt tdcctt at ilk New Theatre in the llav-Markit. .  mitticd to MaicUlone GaOl, bf Samuel .|i�cher, Efq: Wil-liam Freeman, chatgid On (he Oath of Moi^aat HtU, on Sulpictoa of btestking open a Bnroc in the Dwdling-Houib cf the taid Motdaot Hilt, at Gi^fptm^� the County of i^outhaniptoa, and l^loniotrily itsiuiag thereout, and carrying away, and upwatd^, ihc I'r.-�pcny of .Ben "|jmin Newtoo." Richai'J Hi't te^i. an'ti RiJiJid IliU janr YelWnJty Rank Sibck w.ij rfi 3 ^thsft'iji. tnd't ii-.oiK 177 J .^ths. ^rt^)th-^e,� .ut.uK, no Price. l>stR� Od .^r.niujes no Price. l>!tro New, ho Price, CAhJ^, An-^'ities t �ca � 4ih 4 J K>hs. Ditto .1747, tdj J 8t!;!. DiuoLoncty 174,'; lOi. ' l�ank Anivult'ei 17411, loj I 4th a } S.hs. Thrrtf ^v^rC�n:; Annuiiief^f I 4,tK. MiUii-n Bank no Ptice. H^\ii\a!fni ro Pjiee. fto>�l. Atfurance 70. I.ontioti Afui^auCr, rio Price. Rngft^ Capper, jl. Seve�i per Cent Emperor's l.OJ^p, noPriW. Bank Circulation jl los. Irem    U:dta Bovd'.'4,.!�. Prtm. , Whiichail, M.^rch ?, 17489,". Standr� Ketth Amria^ tu n!fe /� ti^t ktt,rf,eiS.'>:t luia/dtli^t ji% Mtfciai. Yelletday Moriung wa� apprehended in the Gral�-Mn�l�rt.' and^committcd Prifoncr to the "City Gufcrdi- _on^Eilv  youn^,GiTb,'which (he, as Bami, 'tis l^td, procured hlia. . Sadler. Well*, adjoining to the Nexv River Head. Klington, wilt be open^l this .Afternootti li'ith the tifual Divcrfions. To which v.'iH be added a new Allegorical Maf�iud on the Return of Peace; with a grand Proceflion of /the proclaiming f�f Teacf ; - i*;tftfpeifed with a Piece in grotefqoe Charactcrj, caU'd Tht^kir*! Highlander*. Dunng the Holidays, the I)ivef�ant pe performctl ttvicc each Day: the firil Tii&e at iWo o*illock, avd tht; Isll at .;>Ex in the Evcniogi Eack k,;^ lO be admitted fot a Pint of Wine or Pubch.    '    ^ ^ At the Nesv Wclb. in GoQdaiaii!';^ne)ds this prcfent Evening will be fevctal new PerfarpiancfS ; and eacfc Perfon will Jjc admitted fof > Pin? of Wioc Punch. The Hoafe is altered in a moH degJUit Maai>c i�ng pfohibttcd after the ti;>h indunt, there is na>v upott>$a^,, at itie ^aked Bpy and 7'hrce Crswo*  gaina     i^^neHQbnrchin thi; StnUMl.' ^Sccd i^hop) a Parcel o  in Strength, and no otl|er,of the fame Quality to be had ih the Kiogdom. ' Iike�ife a fm&ll Quantity of fine thin Muflin. ^ ,       " The Swan Inn and I'avero in Gravefend. it fitted up in the completetlt Manner lor Gentlemen, Travellers, ^C. Good W^nc*, Punch in fuuil Quantities, an Ordinary every Day at One c"Clock, gt>od Lodging, Sabling for ^�y I iorfes. hue tfocic bretv'd Beer for Sea or Land, Poultry, IIoRi, Corn, Ac. at fnull Pro�is, by Whitby Atkinfon. Cook and Vintner, from i.ondon. Hackncy-Mco n�y depend on civil Ufagc j and a ^.ood Road is made from (he Prince of Orange inio the m>in Street oi Gravcfcud, the Road at Nonhflcet being look'tJ on as very bad. "~ T rcafur) Ofi-te. Bio*i!-Sireij, Marih 24, 1748" ' I ^//E Ireirfiatr hi Mf!^ fi\s S'ttirf hfrcfy (JJivf Xitut, X tixit fMrfit'j ^hif lit Eatirf'nz^, Bi^tlfa   J>i   /.Jtf. i'i'//.ia-Tj   /V.-e*  c/' Hitb   Tott. 1L Pufd'Mxr ii t: J f'ti: t:t...xt) f-t ftr Cmt. sa tbt 1 iiru if ;X P^jIU! '- t i < t,' A'.�r fJLr sf thi Purth^J. Mimy to th'^'f^f~r,rfL M.jff, �u/ l^kt tru-cy tbt f;ij btht i.i t.r /   ^r;,, 11  r^n. l).yi ../ro  tk: Ott) f S'^L. ixitlbtgHxK tffttd vf'ibt-Ofiten *imtf�'�tMf MfM iat^-if* tnplti kit Miytjijt tJimtanMM Sit'-'jifi^ �t 4�v 'txillfm U mifte pftUl*�f0i That the lamdt w/// it pattelltd mit \ta thi Btttlm W-finn tu ftffibie eifitir ibiir Jlrrival, ctid a'\ ea-M'tf^ -.if.'.it Siij^ ibty biji firv.d, uluiy if tbry hitve Piiiidliet, wbtit Surtthtr ef Pttfam bchugina ta fucb Ftuni/itt ibty intlftdi ,t9 ecrry iviib th.rii, dijt'i'igui^.i/tg lie Agf md 'Ji^idily tf each PsrJ'.it, I9 any if lb; filvvjiug Ojl.ii'n, elloiiUid ta reaivi utd I'III I ihf f.ifiif in iSut/ii epiH fur i but Piitpafe, i'lz> 'fqb'i PutLtj.dl, Ef./; So/ialur ttnd Link of the Repoitf lo tpi La'Jj C-j'/.irtiiJioiu'S fur TriuL- iiiid PLntatims, at tbHc Ojjiu at Uhtt.hJ. John Rffiil, If I, Caiiwiijtviiir cf his Mojejly't Kttvy id P<.rlfi).^ulh. PiiLp t^iixhugh, F.lh\ Commifjinn.r of bit MaJ-Jfyt NfK'y at Piymdtth. J'ui tb.il ptiptr Ki^tiff 'iiiU hf givni of thi f,id Booki being iltjid fa fin ,11 thi' tiitiit.Ld Sii/nkr J.':Jl l/t (onipLted,'or ri/' l-tfji on thi -^ih f .'Ipi il Is it frcli.' ihut fur  the lutt.ft "f ll> the j.iriit < 'viiii'ti'nii iL'bi.b       p.^^f-J tj f,ixj.^te S'di,;, m, i,\t;..'il, pJUih'wift L g,.^r.tj to Si-ip-i.;r^h:, .'",./,�/'./, M.fom, fci/ieri, .-7, !^i -V-'-      if'Tf ef^tdr. upas, afpijtr.g 4"J P.r^::     i'-'f^^ -v/v t-j thf fir.: �i t,fti\ hiJ V k J, L'.Ai.i . MaiTji *o, 'liHRh-Jj   It. 1^1 L'S,i{ hne ad=,.rStfiJ, tiiut thf Coit- ijz.'i. w f^i-.^iii . :\-t;tr, t':J      C^Ui:i-,.i mmj h imiAt T t>.f lv.�. fit tie .'f La Mff.fi N'larcn 17 I     49 y /�- .    . /.    rf I J .i'.T..'kf X'ut':, [fd to ihofe u-fjo huVt � .u'itjil.:u/ t� ult Surgcani^ , I :j'/r-v!(e cr It'll^ufiH thur f- . 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