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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 4, 1749, London, Middlesex                                T ir E S D AV.  April 4. �749- X> Siup ia the Downt.   Wind �j la tiie Soath-S0�ll-fidl. releniajr arrived  Mail from HOLLAMO and (Rir (xX>tt\ FKANCt. P.-ft^9B�3f, ti.    The AiTnr of lYgnlating the UmiM bttwceo this Empire and Sweden, w again brought upon the Carpet. The Commifitrics of tH^ Emprel* are farr.ifl:*d wijh icil. oaion* and Powert to regaUle this Affair' apoa iW fooling of former 0eciarati6nt t her Imperial Majeflr not thh^ift^ fcetfdf ooder anjr Neccffuy to fcrc BP ihofe Advaraga. flieobuined by the laccefs of fcer Arms, and the Coodioom of the Tr�a�y of Peace nmdodcd a* Abo. TIk Swedes oa ,th�r Side rcpfdcnt. tiatlir U* Cefion el'tte P^Wncc of Nyland. they have fcaiee aay Frontier and tSat ih?�r CooBtry is qoite open; to waich i: has beeia anfwered on tttff_ Hrt of the Bnprtfs. that this wis aThihg wBcb ougfit not to give Sweden any Uneafinels. ib Ipng as^ey rcipk�4;�p tl�y�i^teafliu�dlirr IfilwijtMaKlty would n^cr riiiil�WfejjM RefpeOiJSll fa.*iiiip,Sie�atto*.;^ ^ - i MerA *�- Tho' aA tife. F^faiion* which ; in ilM Kiagdon oqglirODly to be cotifid�r'd �(Jlmt by WW of Prcdnktion^ there are Perfbns t�lhcaeagjb tofpfeidReport (bat OCcnfive PUn is fdmed between Sirtdm and her Atltcs. �od great Pains bav* been tHam to fiopagm it in foreiga Uotintries: ^Emfiuc topictrcnt ibe bnd i^;tfcdi of fach a malicious Infii^uaAM. CoiiM TcSn has wrote a Letter to all his Majefty'a Miaitcrs � fbie^ Coons, ordering them to MpecfeMw n the ftrongefi Manner, (he Falfit/ of fuch a Report at caknlMcd only �ith a View to diaurb the Tsanq^iiity of tki Konb, ntmlmgi. 4fnl4, Letters from Oiurland advifr, that Cout Pomaiowid attd Ae Snb-Cbaocellor Rofokowtkt were Mne to OoUn. >aa Commiflariei from the King and 4lcpablkk of ndaia^io order to �Q�faIt w^i the Nobility and State� oC ^ Ancby aboot d* Bibaion of a new Dokr. ThcfeLcttenadd; that the Diet will very foon �linMi till lliii patpofe; aad that a Body of 6000 Men, from Amy in Lttteaaia, were order'd iiuo Courlaod, to picvcnc t^eOsflnsfcHKies tbat oiigltt happen during the MM^VmAit. Iffr.Kceoe. MBftifter from the Court of ^rm Brittio. CWiqowei to bave ficaaent Conferences witb oar Miotftry. 1^ Sahjoa of wbKh is not known, oaly w gjCBcral t-a affor'd that the Affairi of the two Crowns are apon a tot g^ood Foodeg, and that his Maj^lh', in onfer to kdd m the Mcgociafioas of Mt. Wall, at Loadoa. has appoiniad him hit Miniver Plenipctenuary, ii�3rpTca bim for bis Sccmary the Cfacvalier d'Abrca, who was Sectftaiy to tbc Grown at the CongreTs at Aix la iCbapeOe. 'Lt^^��^-Manl>ztr LetterslinMl^lIhf-Iflsnd^fCorficii dvife. that tbe Marqaia de Corzaybas fuccceded in t^e principal IVunts which he went apon j that the Inhabitants of tb^ Pionncc of fialsgna have delivered up to the Difpo-lai of the lUttg of Fiance the Towers of lidla Rtifla and Caldaao, togctto' witb the Towns of Belgadereand Mon-tkcUo, whidi the Marqois iramediaTcIjr Tent two Detach-mcnu of French Troops to take Poflieflion of. This Gene-lal, inordor to facilitate tbe Building of two Bridges, and to repair tbe tUgjhwiys, has laid a Tax of four Livres upon every Fire. He finds the Corficars at prefcnt very tra^la ble. and has Orders to offer the Guaranty of his Moll ChriiUan Majcfiy for the Execution of every Thing that iball be agreed upon; but we are impatient to learn how he will prevail upon them to rcliflt the Fropofal of i'ub-mittiag to the Rcpublick of Genoa, which thty are very repugnam to. A Repon having prevail'd, that they were to cxpcvt Bo Accoounodation without returning 10 their Obedience to the Repablitk. fevcral Rebels, who retired to Savooa when St. Fiorcnzo was deliver d 10 tlie French Troops, are retura'd to Corfica, wliere ihcy sre ufiog their ataoflJBndcavoun to excite thdr CountryoQcn to revolt. JBn^^ Mfyril 6. They write from l'�ris. thst the Coort has ordered tbirty-foar Battalicnt 10 march towards Langdcdoc . nader tbe Comaund of Count Jc Lautrcc. It's nddiJ, that* Report prevails there, that the Pretenders eldeft Son, who (ct om lome Time ago from Avignon, is �one into Poiaad to make good hu Frctentton* to the Eflaic of Priac�7daKf Father of ihc late Piii.cefs CUncaune Sobicfti. who was married to ihc Chevalier 4eSi. George. AsikisconfiJcrabie Ellate, after the Dsaih of tbe Dotehdsof BoaasUoB. Ml to die Houfe of Radzivil. K"$ pretended tbat Priace Edward will demand a f nntefs of that Hoofe ia Mazmgici bat this wanu Confirmation. Parii A-la-Mdm, JfriJ 7. The King has caufcd feveral Ordtnance fer making coaAdetaUe Reduftioos in (evcral Ri^ta:cats of Uoric and Foot. Tbry write Ironi Port mncat. ibat an Eail India Ship is bttly arnv d there, nchly bdca, aad that cuo o.< Matflml Cotgcy. cjio has bttn f jBcwbtt betier. aad that cuo more arc d bur> Man oi War. kz and k*s faid tic Packet tailed for Kii;'Und fi: Weeks bcfurc;     that u'� Lr.j>t ll arrive in a few Ite Faieavoor, Cap: Ri-b."rf;, from Boilon for New-York, ij io*. and the CW U'.n'.c Jruun d The Deght. Capt. SieJinar, m her Pailige from Ja-naicafof Plulai!  alter w�ic lop;il> tiktu up by the (icyigc, Capt. Miiict. from itciaaJ, uout-: 'jt iSc \Veil liidits. fiAcc her tyiDg-ifi. VeRtrdihr tbert wat a fxat Court at St. James'i. to cnpifi titter kit Mkicfty*! Uealtb, who was flightly indif-posd on Sunday. Ycftrrday fitveral Officttt belonging to the Fleet whi^h is to fait under Ada>iral ffawke to Nora Scotia, fct out for their rcfpefHvc Ships u Fortfmootb. YcAtrday Dt Prlnj^le ktt'd Hands upon beSngappointi Phyfitlin ihOHIiairy t#m Royal Higbms^s the Duke. lOWiairy ttted Royal Higl M�d, Efqi of the C^ounty of ��gr%w(i^ At b)s Lodgings at stoke On Cornwall^ Newington. Yeftcrday AtdMiMta1l!)iM^^ Alderman Ironfide, the two Sherifl^ of this %Mf, wtnt tothe Cditn of E� High Water at Londo* Btldjje this Diy at r^Mmotes after %a tn the Maririny^jind    afirr 1 a tn the A tfrnoon. WliiuhaU. MiKh T, 1748 9. APtf^J fjX�M^ h.ff (>\/>-hJ lit Mn^iJ^fftt S  jt^HtritSt rtiif^^'w-r^i /v.v �,v        if.Jj ."i"' A/ndoh,.tirbiMfta new Commiflion of the Peace g)\%>ToTtt^^rQ�iuvti fur^^^ tba Occafion, bySW 'o'liiford Winiam^biitp^Kiit. wl^o was �|aitittnaikiiiU>iifly Chofim Chairnvahi '      I * Vellerday theB^dy Qfi^WoiniLa Without a Head, and her Bowels aln'iofl out, was taketi up on tbe WefliitinUcr Shore of the Thames.   " 2. Cimt:d;cry, JptiTi. On Thurfday lad the feven Male-faaors, ftjrmerly ftichtiottfd, were executed at Pciiendon-Heath. Setoff, April 3. We the diflrefs'd Debtors on the Common Side, Mttg very numerous, and in want of �}\ Neceflaries of Lffe, a great Number being fick, rctunt our fincere and hearty Tha.iks to our generous Benefador; for a Guinea this Day put into oar Bcguing-Box nif rit'd B. N. which was ctjually divide^ amongit us, to our.,*cat ll^omfort; alfo to our w^rjhy and hoiiionra![*ls Bfticfiiilor, Sir Robert Ladbrokc, KBt> for a Quanthy of Beef lhi� Day, and fundry times ^jjj^f, which has been n great Re icf to us poor mifetHbfcpKjcft^.   , Le Sermon de Charitr ^our in Societo du Poltou, ftijcr/^ jeudi pruchain, dans I'l-.g^fc lUi Orev* eo Soho, A rHeufe ordinaire du Matin. The Second Day. K ike Hay-Market, th's Day, cxaAly n TmcIvc, Mr. Foote's Breabfkfting will tvs&in-AU the Materials frcfh in^tted, and tbi Company to be waited on by tivo Knigl^s from thjc. Land's �nd, and a Bra^o of Cats from Italy.^ The Doors will he open'd at Eleven. The IJii^lea andiQcijtlcinen arc drfir'd to leave their Lap-Dogs and'SpwMrl* at Itome, bevanfe 6f the Cats. Places to be taken at the Neto Tbeatre in the HayMsiket. Mr. Lill taka thia LRN;ny to �{rut� the ^tiblick, and Mr. WUdoNifttf, the Hujiiiieuin Hulfar^ ihttthc will, whb Twelve at'Mr: 9rttii](piMB*a Amphithtntie, wbete; with the Spirit of a true Hibernian and Suh| , bciii^ detain'd for a Week paft in their PaJTa^e to England, arrivM lafl Saturday, and will perform this Evening at the New Wells in Goodman's Fi live o'clock. Each Perfon W inc or Punch. A new Medal on the Peace is lu oz n�a at mr. niU's, Engraver, at the Royal ExcJiange, at Mr. Kuk's Toyfliop nrxc Northumberland Hnufc, :utd of the Propiietor, John Kirk,Engraver, in bt. Paul's Chuich-Yard, at 5 inSiJvcr, and I s. id. in Copper. The beft Sort of irifh StulTa, (lowir'J, (Iripcd, or plnin, are f��Id by S. Hartley, Mercer, at the NuIjcJ Boy and Woolp;u:k in Ludgatc-Street, where a Parcel it ariiv'd with Variety of new Mixtures fuiiable to the Seafon ; alfo greuChoica of other falhionablc Stufl's, aad Half Silks fur Ladies chc o, and are cured without Exprnce. Vcllcrday bai.k ;3 uck w.>s nu Price. ii.o>� d.uv.M no Price. iouih-Sea htock, 107 a ic6 3 4tli8. Dnio U d Annuiiici no Price Ditto New. loi 7 8ihs a 3 ^th', Baiilc Ann uio 1/46 ict I Hih a loz. Dnic* i'^-, 110 Price. Ditto Loturv j74', lOa a loi 7 �thi. iiiwk Annuit es 174K. los j 4tti5 Three per Cm' AiuiHinet 9^ 3 4!li� a 5 8ihv Ml.'; -n I'ank no Price KiiiivalcPt no Pr.ce Rpval Alliance 70 1 4th. l.ondo:i Ati iranCe no I'll.r. P.ii^l'ili ^.oppei. )l Seven |)cr Cent Kinpcror's Loan, 1/8 I lul/ like per Cent, ditto, 75. Ha�ik Cir-I o�. Crtni     I. il.j Bo. d', 4 js a 4 t�   a 4^s. Id da. To be^ln at for a Pmt of to be admitted is to be had at Mr. Hill' Prcviitfi ^]\'irftt Scvtii*. . \ i^'Ktitti trfkk-fti/ir tie'TrtBt v.  thdr A" v.-^'f, r /-,// f!r,Tflr(&. � �� Pfi^sirfipf to ti'iir /l/i/iri.t t3 i:,/:.x.-t. f(\'l.t'-\-. "   ' '//Mf li^ift jfi/rr, (II /if,- �;./.*:>��. ..y.'..f*\tw>.-if/# r*rfy OJ^ccr �>tJtnfi:'J<'i_^t<.tt t- ^ i ' OiV,^'\t (rnwt of tlirfy .'ttns ivillli �.*/.� ^-Vtr    'a J ^'IW' i^Vt'iSt fir i'i/i/y Pttfiri ef'vjhtd'tl:ii Fa'otii t J ; /. "TA ' 'f. l^iHiii rv'til ht: pitxiiitJ tint litf- - i-. .'.^ iig- t^S''" '^'^ Aniviti, im4 aCJ-ittiipr rjrs��.' -^f... . ':;/'� �y/y  j(ty\f ly tit M >j,jiyi Su&Jtifs ii* tvrt eth-fr tlv (ZitL>��tf .r'-i.'" �f'>-fh/tj in .{n.\titj, Vtil I Int M^Jh"* Gv^tttmi-Kt i ,xmi prop, i ik'. .'li. : 1 ht       a fi* tea If Ji'c'tr i/r *ssm' p0%t^9it�. 'j'l.i' nli Juiit lit grf-^{:ij/ia^     ent.-ft i/" /fv /iK'tlxx Manttii fi/hr I'vtr /j*-v?-;v/. lU:i'diyjhtUi hi fumm'ti ivith Arm.ntKJdssattsiii^ ei/k^ at nvill be jud^tA ttfirjtuy      thn'r pnfim.\ 'Hff^ aftifKr' i^untity tf Mtit>.riaJt .^ndUuvfilt Jlar'ih^piJrr* dtt^itg oaf* (iAtiv�ti�g tbfir LmiAi �e$iii9g HaHtetif^, aernt^f m Whr I hat tiiijuctf tur/Jti at ttrt dtfrnai ef f'^f-^ifg iit tin mHvt Sf/t/imrnt, ,h truffinit ly.t^ttii^, f ft'i'ittaliy gt-u im'thfir Nafta, fj^fi/yirfj; it tilrtit R^iatfit ef (J.>.?i/,i�i, f c� i^mrj 1. A'./r d.y :�.]* A.-.vri', ati^.if tLy h.^f F.t!^ifi.i, -tiA�, A'aw/vj   */� P.'/UJ k.'i'yi.-:^ ta tjs'T^ft  thy satttj f cariy i.iil, ilj-u,^ i/iJha^ki,Um( It Al* '<^**tty ef t.tib P .' /tijj'H.iig OjfMTt,  t:i!.tju'iu>< fit '//W.- and Pi^tti'ss-^.:, Ji ti-vjr Oj!f,   41.'   ////./ tj ^ Plfmotitb. And that froptr K. y.m it.il' l.^tvst ef ih f.-jj Jim Aj/oI ft foil!  ill l/i^ iuI.hJ.J Swulir f ^ it 4*ai^i(t,j, ittfijl  an the Jllj >f Afi J. 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