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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 22, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Advcrtlien S A T U R I) A Y,   Aprm. 2.-,   i mo. Hli OutWsrd b-und �rte til fall*.). Came down, ih� Dover, Waddc). for New \ oik. /^rriv'd, �hc Hamblc Servant, Devctic, from Oporto i ho Dauh Ships rcuuin. Wind N. N. VV. Ytdrrdiy arrircd � Mail from _ Holland. Myrtf.-,.-f/r;/ ^. It oci'Hllon'd a rrrnr Ji�1 of Surprife here, to fee inicfitd in ftveral forciga Crruc?, under an Article from Mofcow, tlvt lib,' QbM,n if Pnnce ,^nti}0Ky lUtiik (f Brmfsvici ti-^-f tvit/' him, nK,i th.it thrrt ivas /\nrcf my OfJlaJtiebit RcttirKti!Girm.:vy, This Piece of News U deftitiitc of all manner of t-'uundation, that Trincc being 2uite4n the interior Part of Ruflta, and fcparate from his ihitiircn ; and cannot be permitted to falsthc Frontiers of thit Empire, after the great Crimes oi State which he has comnined   Ptterjhirg, -�f}'-'^ y- All the Ofiicert belonging to the Troops in Finland arc fct OJt in order to join them, and  great Quantity of Provifions and Stores have alfo been fent there lately. It's aflurcd that our Troops mIII fooii form a Cajnp in the N<.i^bbourhood of Wybourg, becaufe *ti� iaid Ui� ceriitin Advice has b.cn rcccivei^, that^the S�v�diih Troop*, \vhich have  been very quiet all  the Winter in JFiobrid. have not only britn rc'tiiforccd, but alfo dr�iv naarcr ir.fcnfiijJy to the Frontiers. The Fleet ^bich is Suing out at Cronftadt will ha ready to put to Sea before^e End of next Month : It confifts of thirty Men of War and Frigates, befides the Galleys, and loooo Sailori re already provided for it. D^f^Jd, April ,6. 1 he laft [.ettcrs from Rica anfurc, that parf^act to Orders, from Mofcow. ihcy are making the necelt^^ Prepajations for a L'anip.iijin, and have a great Number of Urge VeJcli always in Rca�lincff� to cranfport the TroOpf It's alfo thought that when the KuSan Trocpi arrive in Courland. which is to be hefoie Riay, Uu: Lncanipfiicnis will be fuiiud ncaj- Mmuu ui.d ^^i^Orfitj, .iff 111. The Marquis f'c Curfay appears to be pcrtciftly latishcd with liic CcnJnCl tvf the CorVicans, having dvxlarcd them worlliy o hopcs- bionetta. Bozzoloi San Martii^u, the iile de .Bozzoli^ and that of Olliaho, (jtuattd in the DuCchy of GuaftjiUa, Aill remain to the C^ecn, uho has given Orders to niak� great Additiuws to the^Furtihcutions of Sabionetta, and ihofe of Pavia, in order to cover ihc IMilanefc. � /7flw/7, Jfnl td. 'Tis affur'd that the Ordcrr which were fcni in;o Bohemia to get Provifions atid Forage have been cou^.tcicianded, ivhich mikes it belicv'd that the in tended Eacampincnts there will not take Place, or at Icaft that It has been thought proper to fufpend them. Though the Dcpuiicf of the Prouflants of Hungary were fupportcd in their Kcprefcntaiion by the Mmiflcr.s o( Circat Bniain, PrulEa. and the States General, 'ti* alVui'd tint the)' hai^c rectiv'd Orders to ret'rn to their Louncry. and remain quic;'tin ihtJr Giitvai.L.t.i luvc been cnnuii d into P/./Ji/:, J.'t./io. Some Coiirtrciitts Ijjuc laid/ bmi l.c�l at the l'.il.iCc iipon ih'-' Ih.j'.iti lie- viluiii it.c Court has r . '1 lit- l.ill Courser from Mofcow brought ilic Reroluiii>n ol ilic km prefs of KuiDa conccining tiis Majelly's Mcdiaiion in tlic ^ Aluirs of the North. There ii a Talk of forminj; a Caiip ncM Montlt iuL.:faiJa, but it is only to cxtrcifc the rioo[)s. ,.';.,/ zz. Tin:'AH..irs of the Kurth fetm to be � ;l in the f�mc crimal bicuatii'n, both Sidfs continuing to fortify in I-iiiIaiiJ, Ljt we hear no mdrv of the Matiti of the Prufiian Pfooiii. 'J'hofLof Sixorry, 'Hs faid, begin to afiluiblc in Lufatu, to watch iLt Motioiki that nuy be made m the nughbouijng State;. . Paris, J;. I 2-^. What cccaflon'd the Report of the Daupltinejb being with Child, pfovei to be noiJiing more than an Indigciuoti. Ihe Fuiiutci kvl.trv iI.l king"" Statue is lo be Ca�, aic begun u^on, tnj U;d that there Mill fce two cail, ouc of wi.ich vvili be put up here, and the i>ilicr fcoc to Liilc. Therj u Rciiluii lu Lei.-ie iliat the Afi^ir of M. dc la UuoiJonu^yc wiil turn on bet cr than [ l�3i been imagui'd, aMBrrii'.ge being lutk'd ol bci\\etn his l)ayghtcr an4 M dv Lavandure, L'io:hcr to tb� M^ro lia dc Ponipacour It's reported that one cf oar Minillcrs i> in Difgrace, ami �a> bamrtnti the Day bcfoie Vc'.Ufday to D-erges. Coi:tiJcrab!c Bankri.p;cjc� cominue to hap-|>cn among oor Jricrthant!, ef^>ccia!'y at Marfciilcs. Er�j,.^, J'sui^ Pm.ce Lhaile^ of LerrAin. Govemor- . fi-^jld <..l- / il.ai 1 wi;^ Other iu.'.ti mijht li.i^c L;i.ni ' inucaiuccJ , Lj: thi.r the Tjv irunJid eo.ld noi � .'.jii.c'ij Ic u/.-'-iJ, ..'.iir .\wL!e ^i.J. iju..t N-i^'t; ^nl'lj " I. ... i..c.;uv >t� uii.icr a ."--ci.i.I.iy, for iivti4l IU-I.m.j, ' : '    > --Dg      j-iQ- .iur.il        10 u:f Lnd oi tae ;>r(,i.(,t I, N      b      O      N. Orders arc iiTu'd out for havi-g Kcnlu'^jtvn P>!.t;e rr.uly fov the Hoyai Fanuly nv^ainll SaSwd.iy the fnh ot M;'V Ye'.lctday the Hon. flenty Vane, lifiji his M.je fly'i llan.l at St. j.\incs'>, on In* being a a I oi ! of tS.c rreafury, in the toom of the llo.i llcmv Lciijs. lifq; appointed I'rcafurer of the N:�v^. The India Creinbly of La.lies and f cntlemen, that ever met together on fjchanOccifton. Wc hear that (his Day there will be n Prarticc ^f a nev Anthem and Tc Dci:tn in St. )ain�s ChajSol, which is tu be ptrform'd on the ThanUfgivntg Day bcfortf his Mnjcily and the Royal Family. ! There will be a Conceit of Mufick antl^ Rrcakrading at Ranclagh Iloufe on Moud.iy and SatuuUy next. Ni Entertainment on Wedncfdiy Morning, on Account of ihe Ball that Day. ' On Thurfday Night died of an Apoplexy, at his Lodg-.n^^s iu Berry-Street, the Rev. Mr. Archdeacon Shaekerley, On Thurfday Night died at his HtJufe i:> New Pidacc Yard, Willminllrr.'ltjch.Tra,Lilly, M. 1>. whi\ It.id bh-n Firll Phyftcian to his Maj.fty when Prince of Watei upwards of clcvpi Years, one ol hi* Majcllj^s Jufticvs t>f the Peace for the Counties of MiJdlcfc.^ and Surry, and Chairman of the Wcftminftcr-SclTions.' H<; was a Man. of excellent Learning, a good MJigHlratc, a finccrc Fiiend, �i chearful Cotnpanion, cuurttxiui ahd alVjiblo to all, delighted in doing Publick Gojd, either as a Phyftci;in, or a M.i-giftra c (as ir.kny of his Neighlwursdwly experience')-As he lived much rcfpcflcd, lo lie died greatly lanicrttcd by all wbu had the Tleafure of his Acquaintance. Ycllcrday died Mr. Solooions, an cmintnt Jew Mcij-chant without Bifliof-fgate. Yefterday Jied at his Hou�e' in Dcvt)n(liirc-?n)uare, Difliopfgitc Street, aj^edTwdAty five,Jacob Salvxdorc. V.\<\ Lall 'i'hurld.iy dted Mr. PrOudman, Ucadic of W.iibrOnk Ward. The Cnu�iidate� to fuccccd him arc Mr Grii;ot;% Baker, in Cannon-Sirctt, ,�nd Mr. Uro^vfi, PerukC'.Maker, ill Shcrbourn Lane. -   ,     . On Thurfday lall his Grfq^ ihtjJDuke of Gf.'^fton was pleas'd to app'int Mr. Richard iroth4in, ofSertc-3f:rcvt, Lincoln's Inn, Holier in Ordinary to his M�jc(ly Wc arc all'ur'd that Mr. Sherlock acccp s Mr. Wi'  rovidtfd, he dulFti lik- an Ehgikni^Mn, wiiUuut Armour. Ytllcrday tlic Tranfporti from Newgate were put ftto a clbft: Lighter at OUck-Fryan, In prder for their being (Itipp'd for America. Nunilicis uf them wcio lo fickl/, that Carts carried them to the VVut�||r^Side. On Thurfday Night 8 ^ Uig^ajtttifn well niO'i-Ucd was taken at Hbgfdon Green, on tljo Hitrr'iw Raai j and Yeitcrday he svas brought to Newgate, wi h hi ileliic without Newgate, ) ir the licne^C 'hn Girls of tlic In-Part) ; that m ilie Mcrning by the Rev. Dr. M.mgey, Pitbcnd of Dniluin, and Rettor ol St Mildred in Hna.l Street � and that in ilic Afternoon by Mr. Doit./.hty, Minitlerol t IfiLenwfII. 'The f.wne D.iy twoCliaiity Serrnnni u i.'l be [.'-atii'J in the PariHi Chuitii of St. Koiolph without biihjjlj^lic, ( /r tiiC UencfiC ol the poor CliilJttii ol itic  l Paruli ; l! .!! m the Morning by the Rev. J)r Puhcrinj;. KeiJltH ol of. Sepulchre's ; an J that in the /lltcrnoon by the Kee Mr. Tcrriti, of the Temple. 'The lanic Day two Scrnions will b..- preach il in ilit Parifh Church t�f bt Switliin London Jit nc. Ca,ino,i-Streef, for the JJeneht ol ilie Children btlun^ing to i!ic I.e�:lure at the l.iid Church , tl .it in the Moining by I'le Rev. Mr. RiJUy, Mmi.Ur ol Poplar, an.lKiiti^ ol l  two C'lij.a) iiinnont will b.- jiieailid i:i the Paridi Chuna o( i'� p�e�ehM iiv t;\j ir.,, ,i f t      f.ti;>'i,>'     iirt.id M.^ect, f';;f Ho l;.i. t.   1^ ' 'ity v.li.ldli;. A v't'r.iix ji'm.r. anO., Driad-. S.tcii UA>itg ilif.: t.t 1..;  iV;i�;n; -^W.' U.c i\.:v. ,\lr. jifjify^ kt. Icri; To>; .J lu i-'iuy, ;uwi l.evi.xur fj CfajiiiW^M 1.11,1 ^t\H m til.; .Alter'vJ'--n i�v t!i! v Mr i'earCC. VicAt > :'        ij)V..;i, .-..iU Lei.Uitcr �,r' ot. Matthew tn I'ViJii/* � , ,    .    ' " 1 I..: 0!;r.c Pjv t CIi.t;-!;' ?,:rm(^\:t will be p-.tach'J ii�: ! .,M II v iiv.rc'i of i).:iii(an it: till-F.ij^ t j ( .K. i  \ oj* N^klJle-. fv, iM.f R.eV f tit\';, .Ai^n wnlim A!dcrlj;i�ci and tnitin .V. en, Hi.i L"v ti.e He*. M.. LKn.', lUv^.O. of Si. Janieiln l.>i.kL'i i !,^vc.. ' ; � TUc Iliac P.T t.va Ch;4U'.y Scrni >ns nil! j'rcadi'Jlifi il;  the Rlo nin;!'by the licv. ^Jr.CviTjii}^v"art�:,i M A 4'id Fel'tow of I'rii'iiSCtSlfeg)',  i Tuefdnv next, being the-1");./  d lil,>'\v tfc the 1'V.ilVcf St Msrfc, when a Sermon u to lie puMclKd I . the i'ari;'.i Chuivh fif 8r.' KhM�it>aw. ^ on tic Exci'lltituot thel.i'tuVj�)' of thuChui-cbulf JotUitd. parfuant to the Wiii of the latsMr.^jOhn Hutch till, ^tbsjlitt and G ddfinlth; the Scrmn on- both thuft! Octf|fijf^'*iU - Ih' piearhrd by iho P.fv. t^r/triiiknvV�. !i u-whiilt wilj^ lN� added, fevtral Scenes in Gro ek^uu Cli3tii(i\crs.. nct0 per-Arriu'd I'ttoiV, calTif Wbi'lVnllfiirJa)'!.; or, t'Lirtt^tl jit  l.'> oL.TiiAee. Britan-.i.i," M'.s. MtU's i KIw%v �>ir*_ Pea-e, (Jrs. DiLvtiier; \ iclory', Mr, DvlaviUet ; Fanu, Mr, 5.,iuvio i Tiir.e, Mr Jm-.cv ; IVuSeVce, ^Mad. Tai'tfey i Ploiiy; Miv Kb.-'I JalUtc, Mrs. PhUlt:� > ,^'Fr.|id*v-*ir. niN-iijiiJ<, -   �      .     1 - AfrSaolur'} ^yt!!^ adj in!ng to the KewRivfrtltai?, Illinitiion. ihts Evening will bu (I u uius,l tJivcHt rical MfefiShfe'ten'tha Rtturn ol Peace; >^iih a jrand r'roet^lirtn ^of -llh? "j^to-chilinuig ol Pc.icc ! i itcifpeiled wifhaficcciA grt^cltj-JU Cliar.^a r-, c.a|Td J'h'' Rnal l!i,-!.!.�ndr� ' T6^b%inftr Five otloek.' Each Pei.jn to bif oit^rffecU'ftr^* Wmu (ir Punch.  y and Three Crowns^ ^^ppaftto the Nciv Cijurch i.t the ."^iian.!, (i  .S'ccd-Shoj) f�i�ertJii�j P.tvklhrcad-Jlri^'d Mtllin in ihiJ I ioce, ut CUt iniiOi memcRiidles.   Abo hunc pltiin Mul'.us. To bcfold, atiheSjfit.v CofFee-Wuuft* ih'Wcft.StaKK-ficld, Jull cpmcfiuni Oxiuid, a rc,:;iW.'f Sortnicnc of gTuUo. broi^'u, Mil and lidl ilril's PenikrJ'^jr.ndcIn the nctielVjUil ntatcll Talbion, and cheaper tl,;in � y expofctl t�;\;ttbjliik SaL". .All Or-it> for Ji.'ipv)i!..ii.;n ur .n ) patlcf Eogt\i.d will be duly obsy'd, Liuliei, C.oii/ic.ijpcr?, iind oi'cr�, ntc l.:ti\?ty ac�]':iiint''.^ that at the Glaij a.id CI ma lihjp.'tht-<.]^ihUu Uot! rtkuh�' Svveeiineat-Cjbii'i ,s whlcU w ill be (oh! �i pi i.ne Cf'M-'; in*'^ Mouey only. Un.c GUlLs -..t 4.*. a tJij,:n, a'.t {jft'-e T�'l Fii>it Gli.f�. 'I'j.ieic it a'lo a great Ci^^army ist Stpjuj^.,.! Fardicn Ware. 'The Sale *\i.'l 1.0111,10. t !! ail th^- ok! Sifpc.t li CM o.T.   'The II'..f4nif> of il.:- Sl,i>p s e-r itvl on is ufiial. Dickinfju'i O iue, for J-iyirm 1 .1- J M.itmci;;!'ti3 bo clcai'd of ir rel;':id iIpj .'.a�. I" t^iL' u,i ii.iico cf ibc  /apj- ) :i' : �l>e�e, V lii.'iv li.ive .A Iviie, i ^ ilir'i 1. Iinrh da 1 � v,,.:t I'.i* u',:f.w.t l>ii;,a:. Ii. .t>d |-i.lili:;, un Vvi y uif)   -.li'c   I ., in . K.ji.  VVb.iI    iiik(li-lli      o �!� >   Hf\ At yi .\iUiii.i.t it' cr / i 1 ilie r>Lnnioi'. aid^ .ificr   1. i l- .'ifii."Oft V.iUi iiy jUm  .i oCi^ iv..!  I IH 3 t,';,j i: 1 I'j . .* So 1', no I'lice. tou'li Ta .tfoek, tc> 1 ^th, f>i lu (;IJ .Anil. i , ivt; I 4 li Dit o Nr.'/, i ik. .^ni I .vZ } 3 ht a   1 Iw^,    li-Ha^Tt^^. J'tv I l<''i'-i) 1;   '.   I",:   i    i.      , ,- .,  , , . . ,' ... I  1 . , � . i   '  �    ', �� '� 1.  / l)f  �       <  .1. f -   

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