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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 11, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The T U E S D A y,  A�iit L !i,   i;49. Dt.^fy April 9. i% t>� Wcilward, brit c�n> get hsf Name   No ^hip ia the Down*. YfilcrJajr arrhTd ^ Miul from HoLLACb j�d one from F-^ ance. ^f;\V��, ^/iTTf.A ,7.   Tfic Count .____      Roainzow, Ceacral in Chief el u< �i U.C Hir.prcif, dic4 hctc the Day before Ltjt*^, Mir^ 79. TheMaflcr of a Felucca juft arrivVJ fcere from CoT^ca rtrorw, thit tb� SJcur Matra, who wis f�:5:a''d frsaft Si� ?a to ftir nj> tfce I'cepic 10 revolt, had jbcca amiSod by OrJcf of tlit Marquis de Curfait ami car-tied to iks VaRU cf Mo^Hcdli. jtjrd 29. The Ci:ic�*of Sr. OfFicio, and Viilju'niaca, ba^e btrc Jctltrcd Fret Torts ; and Ycrtordiiiy an EciSt . fs-bn hc^, cotitaining d�c Rcgulaiioni mA^9 in tiii rdpeS, asalfa tuc Frivilcgtsi granted by hisM.ijc(iy to tJ��� if-i** Cit;ct* WLr^iTTj. --(-;/ II. We hare Advic from StockholitJ, tfbat tkc kj- �Ta5 ftiz^ with another {nVcrti Fit of the Gra-TrJ ca trc 2)U: oh- ar-d continued very ill when t �e , F�!i earns away. Tis rcnsncd that there has been a Ke cc�o:er b.twcm the Ruilian a�d S ,\eii2i Troops ^iv Rr'Ia'-'d. 10 bff OJi.drartage of the fbrn'.cr. - i "        W c I'cgin to }trfc~thrfIopeJ-We-h&d~| &euig the King our Stivereiga here this tei cf \ G.*3T. �5.    Y*9erday Baron GrciflT^nclau wr.s .kii^ Bifar'p of 'Wurtzboar^. the l-.lctLVr of Irfccn fcarts^ for that Ecd engaged the K'leivbcn of the T^fcer tfcu wt>gs the Mmcb bttwccn the young Lhc-yta�ix dc Si. Gecrge and      Pr.mceis de Radzevtl. Perii A-ie-aaszy jSpil i^. TJie Pope has at the Requcfl �>f lite. Jvi'ijj given a Ciidicar* Cap to M. Potter de Gwes. Biif.�p of Beac^^f. TiiegiraiLaw S-^n U;a: hatbcc'i many Years depending fctiweea Ox Ik^icn cf ihyfjck and the Company of Saisc{n;�, whkji wa� foajc J unc ftnre tried by the Par-liaoicBi, wi* lafi Sjitv:rdBy f oaliy dcicrmincd by the Grand CotEBoI. Tfcit Tribaoai confermttl the Judgment of the FarltaiECR^ wHch dctcra^in'd in Favour cf the Phyfician;!, aai fet aStds t'je Deciaradon of ifee King, whereby the SurgcoBs �c.te obhgid to pafs thi: Degree of Mailer of At� before tfeey couid excicife tiieiV Profcilion. i/pec-, jf^ril 16. The Refoluiion which the States Cescral took ihc zrfl of iail Month,'roncerning the Ofhce f SjfsreiEe Di/rrtcr and Govcrnor-Cleneral of tlie F.a!l-  That Ms Srtrne /half caufe, whcnevar h� rtiall think / proper, % chief PrdjjrUtort tow by hU Rc'  prdentativei, in order td milWe^Km acquktiitcd with the  State of the Company*s Aft�iit�or Kowcvtr fucH Part  of them a* there tl)altbe|nq Occafion to ktep fefifti:  Thatt in this Cafe the Proprictp^ nity ba at r.tlxri)' to V propofc whatever khcy fhall jupv of Utility lo ilir Cojil-' p^ny: That the PrApofiiiont WWth (IwU at fuch Mecl-' �*ht5� be approv'd br, 'fhall beVtiriefonted by (cinft of  the f\VOn\ Proprtett>f� to fHe.JCnaii^bcr of Seventeen,  or to th/B Conferences at tbo Hs^�e: AadlKat t);ij Cod)-' niittcc (hall report to thd fubfet 'the Prppi�i4!tor�, tho ReColutioi ' Chambers, and ihe AfTcmbllf' ' That eVcry Thing wiiicb IKaT  to the Dpnfrmlnatloin t>f h\s l�'aHfin.iiniiy in .Cfitil )tlibcratIoA df ibc DirciWr^ t Gitneml AilVmbly of taken by the ditfcrcnt ^vcntcqn, hiii Kave btch fubmittcd Highncfs by rh�� Rp-'ufnet ,ur�n ttif �lteri6r Wcj'l'an'tJf'tKv cl^cfPr*. 0^tii!>a uf ib  L?ti*if,(rtjn> Ptterfljourg    ihp iqtho March \ye " Caesfcreace* wLich fcill be held at the Hague, and in all  tLc privateC!�3.b.r: sr. -: DillrifU of t!ie India Company . * T>Ji tt (hi!! have a ^-thbcrativc asd conclufivc Vote  tceie : 'ftxi fee SiaJ. hzic a Right to appoint one or more " De-Riiict to Kvi-cifA hini ibtrc. provided with fiich " I&r*t-jk�i:o^>    ac fliiH j.^mk proper to give them : 'I'hat  tLciiii Rij-.icLn!a:iv� fliai! hold no other Employment j,  43si liiSt UJT ilaH be ttJual Proprietors" inhabiting the  Froriacc of flcJJxnd ai:d Weil Fiicfland or of Zraland. TkK bis Sercse llighr.^i, or his Rcprtfen'auivrs, uiay^ * P'�v:"sse� asd Rcgi;Li!io:ii of the Coavpany; and that * '-^^ ti*c paitic:jdjrC>rc tJiat the Proprirtrirs enjoy litu lie Coopisj at focb T^me ard        a� thty ftiall j.aJge  acceflijj ; aid ihzt ihc Di'Cilon 01 Officers tinployod by � tke CtSK^^Zf fiu.ll taJce c:) p�rt i� the Trade, nor accept  cf 3SJ PieftEti far tie Dulribui:oa of Employment!, cpcn pais of fceiag cafhirr'd.  Ika all ttie Abofes widcb have been introduce^!, how-  ever aotixiJrd by Tuiu. ftvail be r�  may arife between the refpeniwp  C'fcixbew, as weU a* b�*?tia the fcirer J MemUeh ar.d  OSccrt cf tie Cocipany. Ihal! be lef: to the Decifion'  ofkis Soe:,c Hifchccis 'wUo.iii^ i�a�c a Right 10 no-  fatiM tfct DIJtitwrj, �rd t^-4& icir that purpofeone out ' Af dwte t'cziom liix d^all -t?e propufed to bijUj that it  Ciil be C* iscic wiui tvgaid �^ the Oibcers of Ad'oc^tej,  other cocftdc^ble l^p!ayiaect� that dull bccomu  Taeaatt.  boifc ta ice KiptCU^c Cbai�bers, and iu the  lisuh'.: Stme Ih^ntfi, or hit Rep/efcqjatiw. [iiAl " �"/|>c;t�itii great ferattacf* ti.10 the Occonoiry whl^il \t[  mjAJast :a d.e .Kd��tS.:i.'i\atk of ib� Couif^ny; '| tiac  li^j iLvJ be a^Utorifcd tu take* �>i.b it>e P^tniGii'tnuii  of 5fce iJircc:>n, aAca^ft Accouat of ell Aflaus rtUurg  i� ihe ffi�il CoiJjpian/   or in pariiiuljr ChaiDbtrj : Jilptfi ta :lic lUt. Cii FjniiiTti. and the Mins^one of wliichi was cdn-fumed in a fliort Time, and;l}ti^U�cr he left on lire, not biiqgahle to give thenr any AfWtntm. . lit could not dif-cii\t'r what Country they werOrbf, only oni: was 4 three mailed Vcffcl. ' Mr. Church. Clerk of Sti-Giles's in the FicWj, Is ap-pointed Cullcdor of the CultOnts^t'Barbidoes. ilftd thcRev.Dr.Ga!lcy�ileaotr of the aforcfajd Church, bas^appotntcd Mr.Ridgley to.>fu|cigpdMr.�hurcb as Clerk.  tVertfrt^y Morning, d 1(^4'^W^rMafkGtbbs, 1 Mailer of Jos:>:Coft cr  JPlcet-^trcct. ExtroR 0/ a Letter j^nm Oxoot 4hiuJ Apri/ y. * It Is fiippok'd \hiit there iviu be a great Concourfc of ' the Nobility and Gentry at the Opening of the new ' Library! and" it is faid that the Unlvtjrfity will then  confer fcveral HQnofarJppit^^j. "T have reccl cd ^he .< Plan^you font cm of.fthtS intended Natural l-tiU'ryof Barba^of, Which ntitit needs be Weil executed iinc< it is thf.  Fifth thy.    In the Hay-M�fc*�,  thy.  iV. CXACUy at. i'welvr, Mr. FootcN Rreaitirt n* Al! the MatetiaN fr'fl^' irnp i;fjn� waited on by two K�tJ>h!^ Urai the t�rd"� Ai T*a Italian Cats would ttO\ tio ! 1 tr.e lf.iv.N��uK fit *rc!^o!(5*c, hhjt ttai? diff.fcht in Colottr and Flavmi.- frttia th�t b^rlv iKSr^Tri by llatiy th^ S:m\t];g1cr. To emtclude vtthaNjVrlCteijfUif Uaocc. The Dt\>n to be opei\'d itt ftfisre* o*mSiu^ - To whidfi will ba added a nc�t AHegohtat MtTaae tlwi , R'Aurn of Peacc:yivith a grand ^roc(fik(�i o! this Wo-cJaiininoQf PeacQ t intctrpctfr^ with  Picfe iia 8roM*�i�� ChaiAflirr, tallM the Rival Highlaiidet�. To^U� �t Five o'clock. Each P�tfbo to Ibe adniuci (cf  tm cf Wine or Punch. The bed Sort of Iri*{h Stoffi, {Jowrcr'd, Aripel. br^n*  not only, opptov^tsi'l-hut corned fo well rccomtri^idcd ' to the Publi9k-by ftiPcr^n of fo great ju%m( Integrity a� the Rev?.'t>f.;;Hiilc�.   I mull own 1 "at fiift  tacMv d bVfi^Duh'd -the faid Shire. With.C�fljffle*.ilon if he return nn,d ;l>ji (t^r^' tbercin,-ilie \ikpi^4iiiKiri,tiJt,fh�U be repeate<.f^i^i; *e�i ^i!^fii^^-^A^>i ji 2)ent)l^dors, tut a Giiittiri } > t'>:o our Bi;ggi.ig-Box ih:5 1 Alitri'0h�. Three per Cent. Ann�litiei 9^ i 4th a i b.i!l'. ftivioa Bank no Price. Equivalent ct> Pr.ce. Re>>a! Affa{�'m;� 70 I 4ih. tqadon AJj*jra�ce no Piice. EngltiS i:�i^.*r cl. Sovcit per Cent. Rrnperor'a Loan, 1*8, Fit* F�r Cent, ditto, 75. BaAk CireuIauQn 3I. !$�. Ticm. fodia BottJ). 4ig. a 43>. Pr^m. 3;�   be   fmmpiorUj   S O 1. Ttfitiirn' ik Pmrith, ta ttt itfi tHJiir *' Bi4if^rt, in tl't Jj}f)H�}tt, btirfmiM t� � titcru y* itt &tjfiff i C-ai jfC"* th^iitr at H'iJfmUjIir, ^tftrt Cbi't' i>iF>i', ifjt        ti> if tl/t Inner'-Tempa, AFrcelu>ld Eft,�e in LincoIuN Inn Fields, Tuinltili^-Row. f.aring l.mcoIr.'> tna Ciat-^cti^ ap4 rlevsa ut ar!^^�oy�(t<�v4. To/V./W/, en Tiu/Lytj.tCf t(M ilth ij^-i:mi, ivbrr/ tf^y -viil} ftttlv* Ordtrt Jor%t'^ ikt^'tMiiiiiflt ryir FtuniUit tinjEfitii into tbi nj^tJIn'r '^[>c%^rti TsArt-*.'* fkf tire to eniari. A>Ssi iU ttbtr Perfsni i^.Im iu-f* * ��r ii'ir Maut/tT rntrrA tl'eii' Nanniet, art to rfpnir fj riv f*iilO�&* fi-r tbtliki Purpojl upon lf'nf>v//.iy ilv i zta t^fjue, emd thi ilrct tUlov^iag Voff ( u)iJ (ill Pttfini itrt ittmitri it ti^Rt'Mr rf'Tb.imti iitg rtijuirtt ta Aj// /Ita/iilvft f� RntSmfi H itfjut itfcrtihtofbNfianttamiloattimlth-fsJii.i thM'aiSIif gi'Vptafth* fartitular Daji -.i/'jtf thij art tit rr^tir H tieitnrn--iybi'rf, ttbt enrriidfrom thatt: tm tb* Sbi/t tb i t-ft tj9� itarj. Tbut a SlHf �r Shipt mil l>e rraJ/, �� ar&t/iirtilltitif in/lant, at Poitfmeutb, to rrttivr n-w htifd futif Pi*��mt �f kn^* tJitfr'il ibiir Narut iijitb tht Ommi^iitcr* 'ff ett Jlf.jr.;;#fV Alrijr ut that Plitct aiii Plyw^tb. By Onltr �/ rbt Rirbt H-?r.ar^:fl iL- Lf'dt C�MJn{j/iuttsrt fur 'i  u^ls      r*.i.�r. ifi s -m, _ TfiU. tut L. Wrf.^. Navy Ola ce. Miicil )i. 1740 I   Navy fji/c K^/iie, tbeJt  � FtiAy        *^tlt if' K-tt Mtntb, tJ Vet a'Claei h tiv M!>mrw, ihy^^mtL'h nii'>y t� treat vtlhjitcb P^-ftnt ai r.ri iTiHitimsir tt'fi�meiit-3>i^'t^j'1 Htrdj tu 0,pflrJ aaj IFtikfit^ -with miifjflmi. \in:l Phimlnn fP'tirrt, k/.a ��/*fti^f �^*W?, *ky a� -mj. tbe }<.t.'iO'-ii, thty -uiV ie ff.i:, 10 trr^ 'j^.ki /i*^ P.-itxi til   tirt  1.^ iltinif,   10       I t/l f' !ij fj'-. '�� h  ,i r* 1 "l tlf r.      to dj. .^^i r(.. Ihy ^ VV/^yV:.. V   

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