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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 3, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The njrinif.M.-^ MONO AY. 4ir�>t 3f   '749- m O ftk�p in the Down*.   WiAd Ik". - -S!iiCE-7ifi^ lai trtivcd  Malt from IfoLLAKn. Shcli^m,IM,t% ItlnsbeMi rdotved to ai^oieat our Sqasdron with for/ new Gallcyt, Ad Ordcn _      arc ifliied for dw Pnrfofe. ftgm, 'tfrit ( fix Lcttm ftoa ficrgen, date! Hit lOth of Manb� bit Briunniek Majcfty't R�gjimMt bf Welch Pafiieers, ander tfria Command ait Major Lcr, Whkh fgffcr'd cxtrendy at Scj. were perfeaiir iccovertd ft/ the feaTonabte Relutf thc]r had mt with in that Port from the tnhibiantf, and the partkahr Care and AffiiUate oT Grneral Wdnman. Governor of the Fomcfs. and of Mr. Wallb the Briti(h Cdafiil; and that their Vefiel being Shan refitted nml rrriaoalled. their wcrt abont to f*^*^^ ddir Voyage with the firft fair wiad^ Daiihuci, Mmb 28. Leitert fiom Pobod advtfiw ^ Coicnl JLkven, after he had paf&'d ihroogh Oacovia, re-cciiwd an EjfprdTs from Pcteriibatgh, with the Emprc&li Or-den to ttavcrfe Poland and Lithuania with fo mnch fpiicd, a� to be on the atth of April with hit Annjr at Ban&ea, near Mittao. the Capual of Courland. Mumtf Martb 95.   AU oqir Advices from Dantzick Bedint and Hamburgh, fisrm to threaten the approaching Enc*mpm�t^�f^wo Of three Aiuum iu CumUna'.        ' Fimm, Attrtt x6. The Method of determining Law Salts within fhe Year, hsving been praAifed with great Succefs in the Dominions of the King of Pmflia, and icre-nl States of tha Empire^ the Emprds Q^een hat thought moper to iacrodnce it iMO her henJitaiy Dominions; for which PurpoA her Imperial Majeftjr has dbUiih'd a Com mii&on to eonfidcr of proper Micafmcs to pat this Method in PraOicc. Vf^nrtficurgy^lartb ^t. Thoa^ the ElcAion of a Bifliop is not yet over here, yet everybody thinks the fiaron de Grieffendan will be cIcAed. He is. it's laid, onivcrfally iHdoved.and preferred to the lUcaor of Ments betttfe he will rcfide amongft us. BtrSm, April 1. The two Princei of Brunfwidt Btvcren. wkhoat making any Stay here, fet oat dirciftly. tb� Me fax his Government oJF Sfeiin, and the other to join hii R�|ment. The King oar Sovereign hat appointed the Field Marfbal Kdth to command .the Camp ranned near Landbcrg oo the Warto; and a Part of his Majefty's Troopa ore on thetr March to Pruffia. whiihcr Prince Mauris of Anhalt Daflau is alio repaired. All our Officers arc fet 001 for their refpcAive Pofts. An Exprefs is arrived here, by the Way of Breilaa. firom the Frontiers of Poiaod. fince which, 'tis faid. wc Iball march a Body of Troops toward* the Coshncs of Courland. Hamburgh, Apr J f. Letters from Mofcow advife, that �lUrb9nces occahoncd by Tc\-yiaK II..' Jioth Pci.ny. Marfhal Coigny t* extren.cly ill. and 1: I l.ought Lnnot lurvivc \^ is generally brlievcd, t" . .1 will be fucccedcd in i*ie G �vi-inmeni ol S�i4A>wrjt>>. :i.  m AUarc, by Marmal Cc^unt Lowcruiahl. IV' Prince of Ligne-hloy has lately difperfed amongft tnoW pi the Powers in Europe a Proteft, renewing his I'irtenfiois to the Kingdoms of Naples and Sicily. Brujth, Af>U 3 We have begun to crcil Uiumphal Arcic^ in our Siieets againft the Arnval of Pnnce Charles of l.orraio, who, 'tis (aid, will efpoufc an Infanu of Por- tUqjt:*.-Af'-il I. The lad Advices fiomMadrid manifcftly lhe iiancc in V k .. which he t. �c�� by pretending to reftore Uic Marine. A kirce Fund u provided for that Purpofe. and a scheme laiJ for railing 1 zooo ^camm. Hagur, Afrit 8. Her Royal UighncU the Princefs of Orante i� ptrfrtUy rccover'd of her late Indifpofition ; and Yeft�rdtty, for the lirfl 'I'inir. went abroad for the Air, accompanied by his Highnef* the Stadtiiolder. 1 he Count dc Perron, apiwinted Miniilcr by kb Sar-diutan Majcfiy to dk� Britilh Court, u (ci out for London. L     O     N      DON They write from Britlol. that one of his M�je!ty's Sloops arrived there oa Thurfday from Barbadocj. The Lieutenant immeUiatcly fet o:it for London wi;h the Dijbatchci thai Sloop brought to the Mintftry. which are laid to relate to ii�e Progreit of the French in inaking Sculcmcnu on the IQandi of Tabagu and 6t. l.ucu An Bxprcfj, it's ailuret). will be mutieJiately <1Hpstchcd by 'ha above Licuicnaut. with Uidirs lo u^t Min     War on fcoiling Water. She h.n alfo fi^m� bf Veal and Fowl*; fome of Fd\i'l� only, nnd fome of M aton. Pri^e 4d. cicb, or s�. a Pbten, in a Tin Bo.r. tor Convenicncy of ChrriiK,�nd toict^ them dry atSci. i� nuch4�l, Maixto ?, 174U.9, MifaBetfyHan, orSt'Hc!cnVAa��MMkkyuUig Lady,' aad cndowM with erny QgaHiotioa MMffiuy ia render "^^sISrsSliSE'lnterrM it ^ U^, In th� Fields, fram her Honfe in Cim.S�v^ ICiuMarctret   '^ff/J^r'""^ *7 f^^"'' ,    ato phfcnt tkt Fletdi fi�te tnakbg fufiher Th�jr mt^ M PonfinottK titf* �tt Men oT \^ar ind a ilMi% M ovder'4 to li fi^aallcd for thk Voyage to NovaScMk. Wehcnrthitila Rndtfalilly wtt it�Svn to Ken-fii�Mon tka iMpABlM or Mnr. \ Tomorrisw both Hoafiti ot fwXimm tvill aim Mccord. iflf to their A^fttlimeats. On Wbilmfilar aext ^ �at*l Mayor. Atdcrmch and Common OtMtBt Will wit oa their Rayd Highaeflcs the Prince aal Priaccfs of.. Waleti widi th^ Canftatutitory A4di�f� �n ial>-ties mufl unavoidably render her Di^th at On *f>*' Hope, aad canaat �ul to make her Memory dear, her Example afefal, lb long as any who knew her (hall farvive. She died poOefs'd of a pinitifal Fortune, which Ibe haa bequeath'd to her two farviving Dap|^||t�rv cpable them, as they inherit all her Virtues, to Imitate Jo worthy a Pattern. On Wcdnelday laft the Earl of Eglinton*! ptf Herf* beat Mr.Bathari'sovertheBeacon-Courfc, atNawmitkct. for 200 Guineas: and Mr. TutiogV bay Mare beat Mr. Nixon's �rop Gelding, for too Gaineai. There were two to (me on tbewtaningiiorles, aad both Matches won very eafily. And on Thorfdi^y the Klsg^ Plate of too Gniheat was run for by (he Earl of TaakervUla't Chefnut Horle Stadt-hoMer, thcEarlof PortmoreVerey Horfe Highlaadcr, and Sir Marmadoke WyviU** bay Horfe AU>J^()wr�, and won by Highlaoder. Before the firft |{�at the Odd* weretluree (oooeoaSadtkeU^, and coatiaodlio till a^r tbefcfioml Heat. Wcfacar the JU)^ Oak Bowllag-Greens at Hoxtoii, beiag in very good Order. �ill' be cipoa^ Ttwaoiraw. Yittcrday WilliMi HoMjNroiid anil t^omai OmrToa were committed to Newgate 1^ Juftice Fielding, for af-faulting and raviOking Elizabetk Mailia. a Girt about four* teen Years of Age. ' < ^ On Friday Night a Womaa^waa SBptani!h Monarch, the other the Name of the Pie�* it's to wei^h. fo legible, that no Error can happen. To be had of Mr. Shcepey, Bookfeller. at the Royal Exchange, and of the Proprietor, John Kirk, Engraver., at his Shop in St. Paul's Church-Yard, wholefale or retail, at 1 s. (he Set, with Allowance to them that take a Qusntiiy. They being llruck in hne Brafs renders them (o lurd, that (hey are not (o liable to wear a> ihofe hnifii'd in coinmon csil Draft. In a few Days will be publilh'd, another Set of curioue Weights for iry'mg all the current Coins in the Well iiiiiici, Virginia. Sec. Portable Soup, or folid Broth, ufeful on journeys, or at Sea. or lor the more rcady^iniskirj. Gtavy Sd-cc ;  in Caket of a proper fwe to make one Mefs each, in Quan v three or Jour Gil!�. 'I'lii.. ufctul Cnmiiit�(iitv wiU ui-wi Ipot!, if kcp� ilrv, jnJ i> i;.ilu!\'J ni if li-v. Mirtju. ii> ivhat Siif they litft ftrvfj, unj, if tbri have titmiliei, xvhaf Number of Per/ant belonging to Juth FamiHei they inleml to earry ii-ilh thtm, diftinguitbing the Agt etnd t^afity of etteb PtrfoH, to tiny of the fJltniitig O^ert, ttppaial.-J to recttve and enter the fume in Booii open fir that Piirfife, Wr. Johii PiwmtJl, E/p Sa/ititur and CJet b of the Rtporti to tie Lordi Otmmijfantri fir 'Iradi and PianlMioat, at thiir Ojfue at H hiliball. fohn kujfell, Efq; Commijfontr of hit Mafjty'i S^rz-y at Porl/inoulh. Philip Canhugh, E/iji Cemmijfioner of bii M.ij,jtf'i A'.^v^ i:t Plymouth. And tLuit proper Notice ivfll he gtven uf the f.,id Bejij /. tliUtd fa finn at the itiliidfd SumUr jhaJl he it.nflittd,  ..ri 'Ihut fur tbf Ren.fl of the Sitll.miHt,  the fmne C  1 ai Seamcm. fiall he granted to Cetrpmlcri, Sl/ip-i'.'lehi, Stnithi, M^/j.n, J^i>ir,, Ifrickmakeri,  ItrttkLiytri, and ull olhir Arttfun  tiu.j, , i ;� Building ur UnjLuMdry, luit bti'ig piix;it< Sut/mi 'jr Si'l.ru'', That the fiune ConJitiont at are fiv^lld Ijibi/',- iii* b^-^'O fmied in iht i'Mptnily i)f Effgn, jht.iJ ixl nd tt ,tiJ Swgt 1 , whither they hu-ve bun I'l bi, Mvieji^'t i'.rv;., nf, u[^h t' c pruJuiing frttpei Cfrtt/i,il,i 0/ tKtr km/ Ju'i 'j,.ii  Trad,  utni Pl.iiituliniii, ____^1 no.viAsjiii.j__ Xwi) i.):h^c. Maivii 1 .   7. '///r I'lMitftli X  and {' rwnijjt'.mri   -f h.. M jji-i'i- tl'..t    .ft   FliX.y   tie     .\ti  �' S-a rl 1.1 1 'till i. 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