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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 29, 1749, London, Middlesex WEDNESDAY, Makch 19, 17*9. Deal^ Miinb O Ship in South'Eaft. the Voxvat. Wind Mgnh 10. There is much ulk lier� of frffli Broils, with which the ' Northern Part of Eu/vft is '^tht�atcncti} but what|V4er may be ' the L^Tircqutnce, I dare venture to aHure you, th�t our Court rill take no Part in them. We tie To rcjoiciid at having Kcace rc-cftablilhed, that wc fliall ae^lcft no- thing to prcfcrve it. After the E)eith of the late HUf the Vth, the reigning Kinff* who is iiaturally verv paci � Rrk, continued the WarTor no' othtar Rcafott than to ' fulfil the D.itlcj of a Son to hit Father. " Hii fcdntiibuii ig '. ail in his Powor to procoirt an Bft^Miment for the in- fant Don PJbff/f, tended greatly to raife- his,6wn Glory. 'I his was a scheme Which the late King wis verjrde- firou* offeciDi' cJtocUted, and i( waa the Intilreft Ol the � whole Royal Tartuiv (hat U (hould be fo. We have � facccedcd therein by tiiii Peace which hiiJ-juft-been con- eluded. But the War has c ; dear. This ICing- dom is cxhauftcd of its I rtafurc. Fr;nice has indeed done ' fomcthiiVg Wr the Infant Duti Philip ; but it has been altogether at the Expence of Spain. There were neycr- thelcfs Engagements between the wo Crowiis,' which, 4)ad they been performed, migluhase_4^turcdji�j^rL-_ � fidcrable Advantages; but Fra^cf had little Regard to them. This is not the firft Time that (he has Icfi us ^ in the Lurch. We (hall however think of the Manner we have been dealt with, more than once, before we enter into new Engagements with that Crown. We are at prefent employed in fearchirg ^ler the Means of ella- uHlhing ouV Commercial and other Affairs with Cireat ' Briffiin upon a fo!id Footing. If we fuccced therein, we lhall i>ave little Need of Alliancei with any Boily elfe. As France, as well as our Notion, is fuflicicntly weary of the War, and is at prefent intent upon putting her Marine in a Aourilhing Condition, and improving her Manufaflutcs at home and her Commerce abroad, there is the utmoft Probability that the Weftern Part of Eurcfe will remain in Peace at leatt for foirie Years to come.' TjtW/*, Marthta. ' Count Palliviclm being lately return'd to Milan, as Governor of the Callle, and Commander in Chief of the Imperial Troops in Italy, General Brown is fet out on his Return to Vienna. 'Tis aifur'd that the Emprefs Queen will keep a Body of X7000 Men in thefe Parts, and that the proper Funds are affign'd both for pay-iitg and fupply ing the annual Recruits neceifary to complete Uiein. yieitntj, Mitrib 16. Prince Charles'; Departure for the Low Countries is fixed for the ^ih of next Month. The Emprefs has named Prince Lewis of Wolfcnbuitel to the Government of Aeth, vacant by the Death of General Wurmbrandt. L O N DO N. There is an Account that three French Eaft-India Ships are arrived at Port I'Orient, richi/ laden with Bale and other Goods j which occaiioncd the Anions to rife to 114.93. It's faid that they have brought intelligence-of great Importance to the French Nation. We learn from Paris, that the Chevalier d'Abru, who was Secretary of the Emba^y of the King of Spain 10 the Conferences at Aix la Chapelle, has been nominated by hisCaiholick Msjefty to nflitt Mr. Wall in his Negociations with this Court; and he is fpeedily cxpcdlcd here. 'Tis faid the Government has' given exprefs Direflions to provide on board every Tranfport tliey have hir'd to carry the PAple to Nova Scotia; one of the new-invented Engines for extracting of foul Air. Ycfterday PctcrBurrell jun.Efqj Son toPeter BurrcU, Efqi one of ihc Rrprefcniatives for Ha/lemexe in Surry, was Bjarricd to Mil* Le\vis, of Hackney. The Rev. Mr. Archdeacon Hayter, Pr�bcndar/ of Weft-minfter, has given the Vicarage of Strenfall, in the County and Diocefe of York, of which he is Patron, as one of the Prebendaries of the Metropoliiical Church of York, to the Rev. Mr. Newton, Vicar of Brotherton, near Ferrybridge, in the fame Coantv On Sunday lall the truly brave but unfortunate Major Richard Bowles, arriv'd in Town fiom Prefton-Pans in Scotland, where he has continued ever finee the Battle I tmes ilabb'd with a Durk; io the Field of Batjr, where he \ws taken Prifoner by othe Rcbais, after he had been ihamefuliy deferted by the Sa(i.^dron then under his Command i and we bear he intende i^ortIy to go to Bath for the mor* perfeft EftabUfcrnent of tab .Hc�ltb. On Monday io the Afternoon fojnc LgU'""��� �'np'<^''i In moving the Rubbifli u the-lattsSwan Taim ^ Cornhiil, diAovcrd in an adiaeent Vault thit bcioewi^ th�.TiiTe� Tui.s. both dcftrdjd by �)ke late Fitc, ibc ^**^y �^ * ' wai in Thtre was Yeltcrday a great Miibkc Ih , ^ . -ftrted in one of the Daily Papery in reUtioft ta U " of thq^utooiical Hgures in Wax-Work �t Mr. ford's'mthc Great PiaKm, Covent-Girdcn, inti^ati ibey we/e - ' drcd and forty _____J gave for ihcm In the Hay Market, on Monday next, the sd of ApKl. ciaftJy at Twelve. Mr V'^"'- u- otiinatiR^ Iiai AlltheM�eT&.^i iJ' Brace ol Cul from > J,'""* ^nJ. � Theatre LLT^d!:, '"''C" Ne* all new, with every other fuitable DccorMlon. We flutii perform every Night, to begin at Five o'Cktck. Sadler's Wells, Idjoinltig to the New Rim HcatT. Iflington, will be open'd this Afternoon, with tbt mfiuu Divcrfions. To which will be added new AUetorirtt Mafquc �n the Return of Peace) whh a craMl PivceAton of the proclaiming of Peace 1 intetrpeHe4 witk & PiKe in grotelque Charaaeri. call'd The Rival Highlanders. During the Holidays, the Diverftons will be jpcfformMl twice etch Day i the firil Time at Two o'CIock, and the lad i^t' Six in the Eveniitg. E�ch Perfon to be admitted foi-a Pint of Wine or Punch. The Lyrichord^ which imitiuet thto Violin, Violoncello, Double Bafs, and Organ, tho* with Oitgttt Strirtg* Only� the ImperfeAions of which when purthaftd being abfoluteljr' rcmpvcd by the, new Inventions nOw iddrd to it, and the Touch of the kcy.s renderM at equal iiid eafy as that, of any tlarpfichbrd, ati4 the Sound furprtfingly ftronger and more agreeable> is to be Rth imd l;e*rd from Twelve at Noon lit 1 Six, at the next Houfe tp RaMihmeU'a Cofftc-Houfc in Henrictni'Strect, CoventrGlvdcn^ at it. cnch. The wcnruig of Catobricka tteinig prohibited after the icth iiiftant, there is now upon Sale, at the Naked Boy and Three CrpWni againft the New. CbtutK in the ^tran�l, (a Seed Shop) a Parcel of fuperfine Packthrcad-ftrip'd Muflin cut into tsentlcmens Ruffles being the mftft curious of the kind that have been in England tbcfe iwetity Years, not inferior to Cambrtcks in Strength, and no other of the fame Quality to be had in the Kingdom. Likiwife � finall -Quantity of-fine-thitt-Moflia^-----1________________________________ Wc are dcfir'd to inform the Publick,' thiit the regular Phyficictn, fd famous for the fpeedy Ciire of Venereal Dil-ori crs after Dr. Boerhaave's Method, is remov'd from Johnfon's Court, Pleet-Street. to the Golden Acron in thb Old Baily, near Ludga>e-l)ill. B A N K R tr P T S. William Smith, late of Briftol, Glover and Chapman. Charles Hugeeit, now or laic of Wiiham in Efl'ex, Grocer and raliaW-Chaiidlrr. Hith Wa-c: ).i>ndun Bridge this Day at ig Minutes �fier 6 in the Mo-ning, and at 49 after 6 in the Afternoon. Ycfterdav Bank 6iock was 131 3 4ths. Tndia Stocit 177 3 4ths a ( 4th. South-Sea Stock, bo Price. Ditto O'd Anrnatiei no Price. Ditto New, loa 7 8ths. Aank Annoiricf 1^46 1031 1 4th. Ditto 1747, no Price. .Ditto Lottery >747, tot. Bank Anhuilies 174S, 103 1 4th I 8th. i'hrce per Cent. Annoiites 9; 1 4th. MilUoi) Bank no Price. Bquivaleoi oo Price. Royal Aflbranc* 70. London AtTaratice, no Price. Englilh Copper, j I. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan, 130. Five per Cent, ditto, 75. Bank Circulation 3I. ICS. Prem. India Boattt. 40S. a 418. Prem.__ To thp Ladies, and all Dealers in Millinery Gooda. ik.c. To l>e Sold at near half the prime Colt^ Al Mr. SttfbimfonU ffartbmft Ml lb* /i'gfl EMtttr Sxehauft in lit StwJ,. li'i and ib* /tlttwtm Dsjit, till tt4 viboli It ditfti'J tf, . , ALL the Stock in Trade of Mrs. SELWDST �n4. Mrs. WLGEHAM, Miliihert ihc former of Ft^fmu Htrtti, UATH, alTignd over (u tbeir Creditors \ <:<'iiai and IriOi State fr thefe lail 6riy Yean, vix. Barton Booth, Efqi Mr. Barrr, Mr. Woodward, ColUv Cibbcr. Efti Mr. The. Gibber, Mil. Cibber, David Uirrick. Efq; Mr. Footc, Mra. Clive. Tho. SWidan, Efii, Mr. Macklia, Mn. OidfleU, Robert Wilki, Ef^j Mr. Qafat, Mn. Woffln|tnn, dec, V/ith Note*,intient,modern, (Mcign,itaaiettick, ferioui. Comic, moral, merry, hiftorieal, and (eographical, tty, never befbrr publiilied. Collaitd i,nd diiefiid /t, W. R, C H E T W O O D, I'vamif Ttari Pramftir at >bt thfcttt Reyjl im Drurj-Lsur, l^mim, I'rioced for W. Owen, near TempU-Bir. Treafury Office, Pioad-Strcet, March Z4, 1748. THE Tnofurer 0/ lit Majefly'i S*-vj luthy gi-V?i Noliet, tiiut purfuant ta a Rifolution of the HoiouialJt the Houfi af Otmmvti of tutjiurf tht X
f Ctnii/nnu tf the tyjl Day of Manh, 1748, all jPtrfm uho jtndl be imttrejird in, ur intilUd unto any Diirnlui ei payaklt out of bit Majejty'i Ojfitt of Ordnume, -tvllth ti ere dated on vr before the 3 1// of D'Umter 1 748, t mm Jk Pnp^eil WiW httn^'frtfimttd moto hit M^jH^,^ f \ e^Miti^inr n Oht^iGw(mmelitt in the Pfwtihtct^'K . StoHm nr h'orei Jotrrift, eV4Jf/r tit httttrfetf&^eitodjitt^ the yW rmv, Wr.�/f�tei^ titt^i�t*iml^ fygiantixg Lindt wtiin lh]^milti.^oiiid rk'tnt ' menu to /nti ^tie Uj-iett el>ii'tf^i>at* Mn Intth SJkgUM Mofffiy't Und emd Sem S,fvU^:^ ht the faid Prtvinee! At^d tit M^Mto^Jkntiitg UtH^ Apphbettion of tit PwpoH /fU/md Pnf^ah, tht Kthi Homm elide the Lordt Comrnigi^eri ftr fri*6 4^1 PJonfliHiinu it* fy hit Meoijiyt Cemmaxd, |�w Ao/'Vr, that prifer JSmttm^gtrntnt n-ill he to fid oftbeCffftm etndprivmtt Mm ith^ 4^ mt^-dJUt Atujt/ly'i f.tttd,mdS,4i Stt^-l\', at art wiV^mtM MM ofGritHtt tf'Juntt, tmd toftttTtAviti a^ wtitnt fimmBtti* M� Provinit tf ^ovaStotiit. v That fft^ Acres -.r Inuid nviti he gritted itt P*H$imfll tt tvery privatli StUitr or Smmm, frttfim tht Ptfjj^mmifhlp ^it-Rtntt tr Tei.\xi, for thiftrmtf tni Ttari t dt tkt Sm-^ piration ivhertof mo Ptr/on it pel} mtft tpm Out SM&itpirdka. for f^y ffiyAerii fo grtsHtU^ '' " fhaiaOrantoftfn Ami, oVfr txitd ttlovt (htfiddjf^ Atftit will be made ta taeb j^rivdtSoliHrr tr Settmt/i, JMWiS^ � Fmih^ for fViry.Piifin^ iKtludlngH'orien andCJdUimtjf"tiMtiJu ~^^tmiltf^l--(tiifl^4iiid^^�t4h^ tnmti ie *htmm tit -tHe CtSnJitient at tb^ir Familtti jhall (ntnaft^ tr m Pt^tjftrfitd fo the/r Aiilititi It (ultivaie the fame. That ti^ty Ao-tt, n Hit Gitnufi��i, nvillitgreitiM h t^trp OAcet nnder the Hank of Snfi^n ik the Ijind Samite, and tbelt of Liititenant in lie Sea Sernttte) and t� fntb at bent Familiti^ Mnn Acres, trvcr end e^evt the faid tighty Acrtt, ftt^ ettitj Perfon of which thfir FtiMilii//ba/lton/(fi. 'that tiiv hundtrd Acrti, on tiki ConditiUMtt niiUitpymttt/ toniery Enfign, three hittiiM to every UententMt, fiitrktmd^ tt tVery Captain, andfx httnJrid to tvtry OJiffr tdivtAt^Rmk of Captain, in tht LandServite, tii nlfo tht TUt ^tfemtity hnndrtd Acra, and on tht like Conditisnt, tt i-ytij Utnttmimt. in the Sea IService, end fix hnndrtd Acrti to ivtrj Cafttaiit ti�m tefkchoftbt eiove-xienlion'd OJ^'iert m huv/Fsmilieii ttfrnthtk-Grant of thirty Acra tMiUhtmdtt �wr tiHdaiovflitir r^Mvi] ^tat, for evtty PtrfoH of which thtir FandHei jtaffctn/f^i ' fbat the Land) tvill hfptrctUtd out hthe$tllftrr4jm dtf pq/^ble nfltr tbtiV AriivAl,' and a CivilGtvthmtmt ^^i^^ whtrefy tbeyviHlenip tJltie tdbtrtits,'Pr(vi/igti tmdfmkut' nitiei mjoyd by l>fi afe^tflyt Subkih in ttbtr eftjhCtllM^ andP/antotiont in Ahurica, un/tr hit Mtttfjly't Qovti*tieiitJ imf, priprr Mtetfiirei tvill alji hetaktmfir ibeir Sttmijfttli Pttlti0tliH That all/nch at ttrt willinr tt tKtt^ tit tdttli fr^fMl, * fkMlh M'iib iieir Famlhi, kM/M diHi^m^ JFfjI^t tt$ 1^/"; '^'^^t^f fftwtjyt Ntntit, *ifttr tbUr drmmT..') ' " " � - "'jft^mniitt/tK atfdtf f^iftrj^jitmt^i tiltivaiing thtir LuitOt. tri0ing ff^tUionh ^^(^'- M* Fi/hiry,tmdfucholherPiirpofttatjLUhtait^lllt^fira^ That allfttch Ptrftm at mf((fom f<^jil It to kif'.rfiud tolht Gx'^n, in ta/t Itf Ptntui dn rvi f t tl\ A' w..If fhf Purei/t^eSlittt ti the Tlnil.: ./- lifiU'iiijiJ, III fff.ty Duyi a/'irr fie Day if SeJ-. Aiiy Vnju-i or I'irh'i' \vhj Wi to C�i tL'fadi^'ip'. A>�.?)i t/.-.^ t'j.m ut ..'/J Time ktQre tht lj' ffUig LL (M'Hilcdi'ri I'fu'ei VVi ,t rs rt.tny nubiiK u.i;.j t'.it'r I) l.'.cj .-Wvaj.ljtt.
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