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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 14, 1749, London, Middlesex                                Tlie Daily Ad^^ertTer. F R i D A Y,  April 14-   1749. Dc<7l, O ytpril Ship Ean. in I 2. the Downs. Wind By Letters from StacilrJm, dated l^ll April i, we �re adviicd, that the ijl Marquis     Launiarie, AmbaflTadar from Frr.nei, had .received an Ex prcfs from his Co rt, which had broaght him very large Rcnmttaiices', - partly to pay the Arrcar* , of Sub- fitlif which hn Mo� Chrillian Majoily own to the Xing of Swcdrn, and partly to be employ'd to accelerate (he Conftrudion of fixtccn Men of War, which arc building fur the French Marine in the Swedi(h Ports. The Shipwrights who now are are at Work upon thefe Ships receive double the Wages whiob were paid them bcfon the Arrival of this Exprefs t and the French Minifter fpare* neither fains not Money to pat thcos in a Condition, as foon lu pofliblet to be of Service to the Ki6g his Matter. Pisftt, ^ril\^. Our Minifters (iretn to be no lefs per-fuaded, than tltofe of other Couru, that the North is going in its Turn to be the Theatre of War : But, notwith-ilanding what may happen, we arc fully convinced, that hrt Moft Chrillian MajcOy will take no other Patt in it than as Mediator; and this is what we are told the Mar-?jua de Laumarip has jull notified to his Swcdilh Majefty In very express "icrms, and tiiat h^-added, that the Inten' tion of the King his Mafter, was to give fome Reft to his poor SubjcAs, a great Number of whom had periilicd in the late War; and thofe who remained were greatly cx-haufled, by having vbccn obliged to furnifh very great Sums of Money to fupport the Expcnccs of it: That his Majefty would neverthelefs let no Opportunity flip of demontlni-ting to his Allies his religious Obfervation of the Treaties IHB had concluded with them, as well by ufing his good . Offices in employing all his Credit for maintaining, if it was pofllble. Tranquility between them and the other Powers with whom they were upon the Point of quarrelling, or to fuccourthem by an Augmentation of Sublldics, the Circumftances of the prcfcnl Conjunfturc not permitting liim to do it by fending them a Body of Troops. L      O      N      DO     N. His Majefty has .ippoinrcJ Andrew Fletcher, Efq; of Saltoun, Juftice-Clcrk, to be Secretary of State for Scotland. And appointed Sir James I'crgufon, Bart, to be Jullice-Clerk, in the room of the former. And likewifc appointed James Grahme, Efq; an eminent Advocate, a Lord of Scllioa, in the room of Sir James Pergufon. John Hopkins, Efq; of the Firft Troop of Horfe Grenadier Guards, is promoted to be Lieutenant and Captain an that Troop, in the room of Captain Stephen Kiuu. who lias rcfigned. ^ Mr.Thomas Morris is appoii^ted an Eiifign in Lieutenant-General Wvnyard's Regiment of Foot at Minorca. The Right Rev. the Lord Bifliop of London hqs been fleas'tl to prefeni the Rev. Mr. Samuel Nichols, Adillant-rcachcr at the Temple-Church, to a Prebend of St. Paul's, in the room of the Kcv. Mr. Jackfon., We hear ihat Mr. Thomas Owen, Clerk to the Right Hon. the Lord Chef Juftice Lee, is appointed Marthal to hij Lordfliip, in the room of -,- J9rigg, Efqj deceas'd. Letters from the South of France adviie, that the Pro-tcftanci in Dauphine and Languedoc are under very great ApprcheiiHons of a fevcre Edi�^ being publilhed, in oidcr to fupprcfs their l-icld Meetings. Yellerday Morning died at his Houfe in Burlington-Gardens, Sir Thomas Wynne, Bart, one of the principal Clerks of his Majefty'bBoard of Green Cloih j and is fuc-ceeded in Honour and Efta'e by his Son, now Sir John Wynne, Deputy-Trcafurer of Chellca College. A few Days (\ ce died at Lhclfca, Montagu Bacon. Efti; He wai Brother to Ixi Lola* Bacon, of ShrubUod-Hall �u the County ol Scflolk, Eiq; Lad Week was married, the Rev. Mr. Rothery, of Chclfea, to Mifj Lydia Kooker. of the f�me Place. Wc hear from Bath, that Mr. Henry Sill'un, an eminent Druggift 11) LuJgate Street, and one of the Conimon-Council-Men of Farringdon Ward within, lay at the Point of Death there, by a Moriiiication which proceeded frwm the Cuu ng of a Corn. The Concert of Mufick and Br�akfafting at Rane'agli-Houie, will be ccj^Fitinucd kovv on Moadayk and Wcdacf-days, till otherwifs'Advcriik'd. Next Sunday Morning a Charity Sermon will be prcich'd at St. AugulUn's in the Old Change, by the Rev. Dr. Newton, Redor of St. Mary le Bow in ChcapCde, and Chaplain to hl� Majefty, tor the Bem:fii of .100 poor Children belonging to the Charity School of i-arringdon Ward within. U'anted in a School, a fober Perfun who will conlUntly attctid School Hours, carefully inftru  L>) the cclc.S ..'cJ Moijf 'lailK-, ti \ ii.icc".    \'     Itr,..'. ;ck,   Mr . Ij^r:-M.l,-.,    J o).c:.~     i 1.  . l.c al^lul.I^ cr it LdadoB-findga thU Day at tt Klinutcs after 8 in the Mornini;:. ard 3y�  oik 176 t 4ih. Sou:h-Sa Stock, 100.3 4ih�. Ditto O'd Annuities no Price. Ditto New, tCJt a i Ssh. Bank Annuiiiei 1 46, 101.    D;tto c^T.-toas Di'io Lottery 174'. 101 j 4fh�, Bank An>v*d H the ftg P.-pa;\-RtinnnSt .PfnS Office. This Day is pubUjit'd^ (Price hound tds,) PMIOMACHFS; or, DLvISM Rcvcal\t: Dr. TixPAi. Mi.Tm.aho, air. Collins. Dr. M � ^ plv iti. � . Mr. Wooi>ton, Mr. I>oD�rlt t, Dt. Mo���n, Wi. C-<<�iii. <'i  stainfl KjlSrrine-Stwt in thf J^'rt'vl. Nou? publ\fi)^dy hy bis Msjxfiy's Atitbority^ JJerndivith tf-it;it Ji ef t\oCtppfr-Plaln, M.jpt^andCtath, J   NliW   COLLECTION VOY.^GES and TRAVELS, in Four Volume*, Qn�ro. I*riuc4 fot T. AOiey, vA (ttAhj B- BiUaia jdn. at ih* Rufe in Patrr-fwflcr-Row. Note, Tim Work ii in fuch high Efteem aSmiJ. thit a Trtnll^rion of it 11 Doo printing at Pkrii, l>y OrJcr rst ibc Chtocriior of ft^at^ \ Mi, o>hen in HolUnJ atml Gcioun;, �ilh the .^ppru^lion \i the Emprtft, and the Swnof Ho.Un<. Whichall, April 7, 1794. NOTICE it htnly gtven, tt/at the Bout. 'Vilub nrt tail' cpem at Latidnt, Pgr/ijtenfh smd Plymuth, ftr rrcti'iiiig tbt Nttmft ef fuibO^itin  uluj fj p.ij.ib/.' ci/ AL^Jif'i tjffue tf OiJi3i.H(.r,  f.bifh iitrt J^tid an L:\tr4 ihi �^\Ji tf Dtu.-:J�r 1748, '�.bo f/xtll tw or Itf.!.- iL zoti .O.tf tf Afrtltuxt.ua-ry tftfaim to lie Tret^/uter ^fbt, M.:jrj}y'i (j� j the C: Werner ixd Cciaf^f of the H^.i tf Ewglttfitl, /bi:il*lt intilL'J i 'j.'j ettui bi>z\' c^a AnEbitf ftr tbt Principal {tnH Imtrtfi dut on tbt/iiiJ Dtiettturci, cfur tbi Patt if piisr Pau/idi ftr Ctitlam per Amtum, ti evmmtr.u frtm tbt 2^tb Diet of ftltUib 174a, p(tyahit balf uarlf ; tb* fuid Ar.Kuttji ta ht ibargtd upnn let SiiiiHg-FuaJ, aKd tt bi trz^iftrobii tU th( Baai of England, itntil rtJttmtd bt PtvU�mMU, __JOHN   PLUM PTRE;^ Tieafjr'y Ofijce, Brojd"Street. Warch 24. 1748. ^//� Treafiiit^ af bit Mmt/fs NiHrt btrely ^svei S'jtiet, tbtit fiit/ueirt 1} jt R f l.il'^'i if tbt HnKL^rubie lit Hiuf tf Commtai ef 1 b.CLy tit z f: mfuKt, all Puftm -^J.a jb.ill I, ii^ercjiiJ ill, vr t-y.'t'tled Oly P^'J Qr DHL fuyiiLlt its Cautft M tf btt MmefitJ (>r:-j cf tit ir i'iituidling, or fir Trmffcrti, i^iuf -.�.ert k. Je eul on t-r hf.rt tl.t \ijt Dttj afOeXiKiher 1748, t^^d x\.bj jtAli, 61 cr l^cit the tr^tJi Dity �/" April ittxtt bm:g tbe firu iniu bii O^.y f>r^.:d-Ssreit,   li it murJtiJ i.r.'tju-d /? tit Go%?rt::r atid C'l,:-puny if fie liuni tf pKgluxd, /-K./' L erfituJ urt:, atd i. iv (.u Atmuity f\.r tit PrtHit^ t^:J lif.rrji c I'.' J.ad l.'dJJj. .rf.r I b^' Rate cf fmr       CikI. f^r j.. -^lu:,       .jr.miKu fi a.-r. t'e t^lb Diy if ten iitji'^: -Men!'^ fnalIt tit/It':.  /l^\dursii rfiti':ti '   I\- '__ti; (iRGh i>t>lJl \m C.J. 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