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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 8, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Adveitifer. SATURDAY,  A^iL t   1749; R R I V ' D, the Mar|;�rct, V�rden from MaUga. JuU iail'd, the Staf-tord. Baker, for Eatl-lndU. Came down apd fail'd, �he --. Brown, for Cilafgow { the Chefler, Cookfon, r�rBriftoJs theH-winan, Cada, �nd the Frigate, Tobin, both for M�r rcilles i and the Morru. for _ Toulon.   Several Shipi in  fight LjrT.tt     f        N''T"      Po*-   Wind N. E. ycflcrdajr arriv'd a Mail from Holiawd. Pttirfitrg, Martb 12.   Sailort are prcffing here to complete the 5000 which are intended to augment the Impcitai ^fadnJ, March 25. The Court has received an Expreft from Cadiz, ivith Advice of the C�nde being arrived there froia the South-Scas, very richly laden. She ha* two Millions of Plaflres btt board, befideiliAif � Million in Gold, and half a Million in ^Merchandize of Peru� and as mod of the principal Trading Citiea of Europe are eon cemed in her Cargo, feveral EjtpreiTc* have beicn fent by the Merchant? ,facre to their Corrcrpond'ents in foreign Pans. The two MiUions of Piaftrcj v*ill be fliU more dvaniagious to Trade, as our Silver Specie hat been fcarcer of late Vears than it was formerly. The Court has alfo tvcdved Advice by a Ship frotii the ffavanna, that Admiral Rcggio intended to let out fcr Burope as foon as the Ship* arrived from Verm Cnn, which he is to convoy home with  confidermbie Treafure, fedth of Gold and McrebandiM. The iaine Vcflel bring* Ad�k�. that the CeflatioD of HoftUuies was publtlhed at the Havanoa towvds the End of OOober bA. which waa about a Port-airitt after the Brngewnt bctweem the Squadtgn of Vice-MatSnX Rcggjw ted Admint Kaowle*, which the Court luul recdvea no otker Advtoe of but what came from Englimd. farm, MmA |o; Tiw Coaat de Richecowt, Bovoy extnmdiainr, wd Mlaliv fUnipotentiuy from their Trapcrial lAjcOia M this Couit. hariM reived Letteri from Vietti, npointiog him to jgo to Londoa wldi dn| Chaiadcr. wffl sooa havo hU Andieace of Leaver i� order to fee out for that Court. The trading part of the Ki  Smith, Efqi of the Exchequer. YeAerday died at hU Houfe la IroaaaiMifcrLaac^ Jdf. Porter. Rfq: an eminent Me^^haat of this Citf. On Thurfday died., ^vanccd ia Yeir*, Mr. fiaoch Darrack. an Undertaker in Friday-Street. Death Wat was occafion'd by a^aggoii ruaaihg ov�r aad breaking of his Legs. We hear that Nathaniel Payfcr. of l?im.|fa^to� in YoirkfhTrp. Efq: lately' dcccaa* it ia Dowaiag-Street. Wclmialcr, ia which King Charles the Second afed flficqiBiniil^ to divert bimfelf, is noaf repairing, ia oidcr to be aaade inS| af agaia for Cqck-Fightiag. We hear Mr. Thorpe has oat �pthe tcMH Head- at a aew Koufe, three or foor Doors 6om hstald oae^ ia the Suand. The CbaamUSoncn of the Cu&oms lAve la^ mM 24001 to the Perfons concern'd iis appiehaadilf Wil-JUm Jackfott, WiUtam Catfcr, Kkhard Mabjaik: John Hammond, joha Cobby, jBMjamiil Tapac*; aiH Richard MUls fen. notonkitn Smof^eR and Oatlaws, who were tried at the Affius held at Ckichcfler ftw theHTaidcr of Chater add GaBcy, aad wete confided aad executed for the fame.        ,, On Thorfthy an Order was fent to the Hew-Gairi from the Duke of NeWeaftlc's Office, for the Difehargc of hdr. Charle�,.Watfon. one of the Rebel PrifMncr* beloagiagto Che Manchrfler Regiment, lakca at Carhile.   ' Yeflerda^ nrat as fevtire a Battle foaght at Bick-SwQtd hctwcai> Lilt and the JHjpfi^r ascver was knowp, when the former' received two Wounds, and the latacr thrt� > |>ut had the Hud'ar mounted the Suge without Hi Buikins, 'tis thought his.Leg woi�ld have been almot cutoff the firll Bout. ' On Thurfday 3 FiOiing Sm^c^ between VToolwich and Greenwich ran down a Boat.^tbd one Man was unfortunately dwwft'd. ! On Weducfday a Man pevtty well dic&'d was found drbtvn'd near Dick's Shore at Limehoofe, aad had feveral Marks of Viofeifce about him. Ycllcrday iwcniy-tiiree Prifoners were iriaft at the Old Batly, four of whom were capitally conrided. via. Thomas Kingfinao alia� Staymalter. William Fanall alia* Shepherd, Richard. Pcrriu alas i^n, and Rtahard Glover, the lift was eaniefily recoouacnded to Merc/ by the Jury, (Lille White, indie Loodon Workhaufc. SIR. U:.jr,r, Afri! 6. 1749. 'T^"* 11 E Accoufit in ycur Vetttrd�>'� Paper of (iieTiial X between V.'.t: F-a^''*^ "''^ Saxoft C;ibcon Kcte brtag erroneoui m lever;,, f^.tic ii.>ri, I ihougtt ii bo: impropci to j;ive ) on better InJoru. A-'ion, i� i wa�prcfei.t at ti-c �,ho'c 1 i.iu(_->ioi�. 1 lie hxpcnment bc-^ :ji v. it; two Twelve-Poun%irr�. o. e Fn^lil)i, ;r;c oti..T Sji u. a- ~i � Yi:Ci U.^i^vc tjui,-) Me J J'^i!, o v. iv.h I." : I .i; v.*i Litk Ltd, i,_d ta rrjitauvi i itsU If 4( jie^r J. t.t.i.1 ti-t buiu-i. Pjrtc i.t i ti y I.lie ma i-r itj   lac t>-!  c u. ic*  i:ie haf", Ji. _ ci I 1.0a; ^'  Ni.'i uil iL./ Hi..I Yards from the Mark, and iri two Fl*�t the Engltfb C\ui flkot one Ball into the Butt) but. th� Sa.y;�n \Piete carried one into the Btttt, abd' the other through the vity Hole -which the Twenty-foui^-Pounder had mnde in the Center of the Tarjtet. In the ExfKriment of quick ftringi* the Engliih Piece was twelve Mihutc^ in tiring cighty-fix timet; and the Saxon wis difchargcd forty'fix t mes \fi kva Minute*, when the Caniage broke. Wh�n hit Royal Highnef^ the Duke commaaind both Plecb to loaded, each witK five Pouadt of Powder, the Oflicer of the Train of Artillery laid, that he btlicvcd hU Gun would melt befor�| it ^baUbgrft, bat the Saxoaowiiing that hi* Picce.r being of a flighicr Midte, could not bcai.fo great a Charge, obtained Ordo* for the Spedator* to withdraw from it, not oi�lx l*r their own Safe^. but^o prevent l.ikewife the Difcoverjr^of lua Secret by aajr l^iagmeatt^Qf th<| jKflital, and accordiai||rt/ his PijMa did botft. The IntvnUda of thii, Saxtm Ut hU new Oimtrtvance, was chicA* tQ tkit the Canlaga .of graai| Gunshjrdlminilhiag theit Wfljiht, ai tht faine iin)e tathUr ittcraaftag their Force 1 a ^oiatrtvance. of which (be Ad' vantages are too cvideitt to be aleatlon'd t and aotwit|t  fianding the Slightt^A of hi* Piecm, It ura* rrportctl tuir thcv would bear above-double the Qi^litltr of FoMiC with which they ufnally i^uira to bt ch�r|W. G^, jfyril e. This Day the Efieabath Mill of Wa^ arrived at Spithcad from the WeflJiid)c% �a boiM of which came Saah Lovcday^ who ii^ ch�r|pM) with Mlfi conccnted with John Smith, now in WinchkOer Oao), and Robert Faircloth, coademqed and executed ItlV AAtael at Wlnchefter, in die bafbarou* Milrder ol Richattl Donn at AlverAoke. He was Cockfwain of the Barge, and taken at the Poft-Office a* he wa* delivetiug the Lettcra brought home in tha.falii Ship. He waa committed to Porsfmouth Gaol, and will Oiohly be r^Aov'd to Wiochdlar. Tbmt>n�af Morning a Strme� wttrha prcach'd in thi United ParUh Church of Mary Magdalen and Si Oregorj^ in Old Pifh-Strcat, fbr the Benefit of the CHaritv Chitdrto bdongingto CaAle-Baynard Ward, by the ReVi Mur. Wartier, ReSor of St Michael QseenhhU.        " The fame Moralng a Sermon will be preach'd in the Pariih Church of St. Lawrence Jewry, near Guildhall, for the Benefit of the Charity Children of the Ward of Cripple* gate within, by the Rev. Mr. Sherlock Wilir�. A. M. Keilor of WoroUe/ia Hertfordthtre, ;ind Pcabcnd^ry of Salin>ury. Tontorrow two Charity Sermons will be preach'd at St. Leonard Shorcditcb, for the Benefit of 100 jpour Children i that iif the Morning by the Rev. Mr. Stnlth, ReAor of-Alliallows London-Wall) and that in the After.^ ternoon by the Rev. Mr. Dictun, Lcflurej^ of .St. Mary Iflinrtoa. - Th�r the Aftc terpoon -i.J   �0,.cJ i wcf-l/-^--r I YeitcfJuy Lank d utk wn� nvl''.>c lud a ^ oiU 1 J  4tu.     Soulh-Sca Stock,  i�a  I'rtCf      Onti A n-i.'cs tto I'rite. l>itto New, lOi ^ bJi^ .� ^ ^ii. IV, A.i.-iiie)  101  i  i);h�      Dmo   1 i-o  V i>� I ouery  '"�4r,   lOi    J 4thl      IJJ  a   At  i.tei '74 tee per Cem. Ann "t.; ^ 1 .^ili. M b^rk no^PriwC    I'.ti >'*�:ctt; ro 1'. I' �. Aifi 70 I 4th.   i JtiJw.i �i cc ri. --r  'cu per En prror . L "au   iib.    live  \  ^ Lent. 
                            

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