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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 25, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Dally Aavekifen T U E S n AY,  Apwu 15,   1740. R RIV 'D, Md ftil'd fot the RUer. the Sqoirtrl Man of Wkr, and the Plymouth TVihfport, both ftotn Portfmonth. The Dutch JE�ft-India Shifircmiin.   Wind S. VV. Ycrterday arrived a Mail from Holland and one frOrti KkaNci. StkciMnf^ ^t^'^ '8- I'anin, Envoy Extraordinary from the Em-prc&of RuflJa, and M. de Windt, Mirtifter from the King of Deamaik. have lately bad fevml Conferences with the rrefideni and \'jce Prefidcnt of the Chancery, in which tbey have declared, by Order of their Courts, ' That a  Report having prevailed of Intending to change the Fprtn  of Governmeri in Sweden after ijie Death of his prefent � Majcfly, and introduce that of former Reigni,-they  iroagiaed fuch a Proceeding could not be put in Execution � withoutgixatly endangering the Tranquility of the North,  and that thcrclbre if it Hiould be attempted, their COurti � would be obliged to oppofe it." , Wsafe/jA, Afrit 25. They write from Drefdcn, that in Coofcqoence of the Exhortations made by the King |>f Poland to the Sates of the Dutchy of Courland, proper Meafores had been taken to proceed to the ElcAion in the Moadi of Jane next, bdt that it \v�a^:gt^!Bi.ysxy.M!^tx^ - Bin wSicBT fte CandidaTcs would fucceed. However, fereral Advices have been recciv'd here, that the Votes of tl� CooTlandert will be united in Favour of Prince Xavicr, kis PoUfli MajeAy's fecond Son. Btrlh^ April 11. Though the King has granted a Charter to a Company of Merchants to trailc to foreign CoantricB by Sea, we have not yet learnt that they have nade any uufe of this Privilege. HmMgvtr, /fril ay. The Secretary Blumr. one of the �iidcS of che Cbaaceiy of JuAice, ^d a few Days ago. Wc Irani from Bninfwick, that the hereditary Prince of Saxe-Cobovrg arriv'd there the aotK to marry thePrinc^fs Aetmctta. The Face of AflF*irs in the North begems to cfaangc and there is great Probability that its Tranquility will coattane ondifiarb'd. The Preparations for War which wew carrying on in the Dominions of his PrufliaA Majcfty, are no longer talk'd of; and the fending of Corn '^oiitof the Marcheof Brandcnbourg ii rcfloring 1^ Degrees to its former Footing. 2E^, Jfrtl ty. We learn from Turin, that the Mar-ciagc of the Dakc of Savoy with the Inhinta Maria Antoi-Mita of Spain is a^.good as concluded. Ltgherr, April i a. By a Ship which lateiv arriv'd from St. Banifacc, we hear, chat there are a^lualiy about 4000 Ficnch Troops in Corfica: that forae Detachments of them Ktd been fcnt to the Gsrrifoos of Baftia, S|>. Fiorenzo, St. Pdlcgiino, and Padolelliki but that hitherto the Corficaas had refufod (o ffccive French Garrifons Bl'>^t. Boniface ard Calvi, which iJiey intend to kcej^TofTeflrart-'Of, iw**-' to be always indcpend.mt of the Rtpublick of Genoa, %�h!ch they arc detcrmtii\1 not to fabniit to, nor pay .my Duties to. and conllantly rcfufc to faft'cr theniiclvci' lu be P'trii j-.'^'outis, April 28. Letters from Genoa of the , tfth advifc, that it Jiad been refolvcd to talie away ibv; P^alifuk^ which were fixed round ihat City ; but fincc I-.:: AiTiral of two French Engineers, who it's faid, h^vi. biought a large Sum of Money with them, it hu| hiCn (ScicTnuQcd to repair them, inlfead of t�king thVm away, and OnJers have alfo been given to entirely Ani/Ti sTl the new Fortifications which were begun to be built round hat Place.   This afiords Matter of much Speculation. Lafl Tiiurfdajr the King order'd the Count de Maurepa.*, Minifler and Secretary of State for the Marine, to withdraw to Bourgtrs, and tJut Department to br ^jvcn to M. Rooille. Cotiniellor of Sjaie and Intciidant of Commerce ; �fcc Phcc cf Comptroller of the King's Houftiold, to be gi��n to the Count de St. Florentifl, Secretarv of State ; and (hat of lotcsdant of Paris, to Count d'Argenlun, Sjtfciary at War. Tbe Archbi&op of Tours has likewife rrceived'Orders to fiay within his Archbilhoprltk : The Coufc of this is atudbutrd to a PaSoral |nilrudian given by him, wherein he aafwcrs a Work of Father Pichox a Jefuit. Utjur, Mrfjr I. The young Prince Frederick Charles Fcfdiiucd de Rrunfwick Bcveren is arriv'd here, and has alnady paid his R^fpcas to the Sudlholder. it's faid. tiiai be wjU fliiy foroe fimc at Court, and tlut he will raier into the Sen ice of the Republick. They write from IV.\ tlat the EflabLnimcm of the Infant Don Philip in Italy, has coil Spin uftiards of 1 50 Millions of i'lailrcl, aad FfiiBce i�o Millionj of Livrcs. L      O      N      D      O      N. The King of Pruffu ha> by Lcttvr cariielUy Jefired his llajra>' to I'tiiic till F.^dcivours wiih his and the Moft King's,   for ;'rff( i!eil;jriiig, that ------_ ..ith bvvtiJiii, Siiu tu Fr�o� hid accciled. had no 1 cnJeiicy to otcaUon_____ vaisons. but only to ui;iintaiu the SiicccHlon atiiitliy cll.4-t^ifiird in Sweden, and to niutually defend ihcu.lclvi a^inS oc-ry Hod) ulo fhouKI attack tlictn. They wnie from Maraudit. that coiidder.iblc RoLLcncs **ve been latel> coniniiitcd in thcCountry of Franqienio-.t, byaGaag wiiich for foinc Tinje pad Juivc iuftllcJ ihut t-^oaarjr. Seven of ihcfc RoSbotj, with ihiee VVoincii, are already taken, �ad ihry arc in PuHuit ot the u-d �t��m fro� Paris advifc. that a Ktfoluihii l.js bcoo fsken lor forming forty Inuc[-ciiicni ConipaniCi Iruiu t;.e larabdt, wbo are to be (cot ut Cape Utctou. ^^efttnJay the Mcrthanri r�Ke'*'cd Advice, th.-it thr |,-!o:i, ^�J�. Claik, with jjts Ncgrco on board, wai Ui.. Atcw'd ^     Kit's from Afacj. ^ l^**^*aant-Colooel John Arabiu,  late of I.ieiitenam-St George's Dragoonj, is appointed l.ifiittiuiu-J|^rJ**cl of Major Grueral Klighs Regiment 01 Iforie itj ""jnd. ici lite room of Lieutenant Colonel i'aul, dicca>'.i . William Nugent, Qjartot Mailer,  i> promoted (o he Cornet of Lieutenant Cu-ncriil S: Ucor^jr'-. P.i^,imti\., OwjCan 3ving\ for prfr^, vi,g the 'IVanciuiiity in Jiie ^ 'I ^^'^ lame Tunc ^ed^^ring. th^t the AUia.ue wlacfc he bad tnicr'd i�io with Swtdiii, and to uiiKh telh� Ki(VB of Coxiwt Vtiiltam Stwiih, who has r.l'.,". J Chadky Dewing, Efo; i *�. Mrs. Brifcoe. Wife of -^ Brifcoe, Efq; She was Siflcr to the late Grey Longucville, Efq; The Right Hon. the Coantcfs of Sunderland is ill of the Smail-Pox at her Houfe in Grofvcnor-Square. On Sundiiy died Mr. Harris, an eminent Attorteyin Gracechurch-Strcet. On Friday died, advanced in Years, John Merrick. Efq; at hii'Seat at Southail, near AAon. On Sunday the Felons on bdard the Litchfield, Capt. Johnfon, at Black-Wall, that went from Newgate a few Days fince in order for America, ikttemptrd to make, their Efcipea by getting off their Hand'Cutfs, and �ling ^if their Itota-, but were difcovcred before they completed their Deitgn,.�iid Ycllerday they were til chain'd down to ptc- We arc info^M*V tb�r at iW |ubU(� Ball, whi^ fir parucular Or4er of hi* Mijeftjrii 10 baat Ranclagh^Houfe, Tomorrow, riieigwilllbe fcveral gentecLghMwuopen^d-iB^ -fom��fnkeP5Vitti6ii^^ Toys* Stc. in Imitation of the Jubilees of Venice, where wc hear it is a CttlWim for tli� MaOct to make Prefetais to each othtr, by way of Fairings. EtSHburgb, AfriT 18. On the 4th Current the Affociaie Synod met at Brifto, neir this City, and fat till Friday lad; their Defign of meeting was in order to proceed to (Ko greater Sentence of Excomihiinieation againft fcveral of the Brethren who havefeccded from them, tmd'whoio they had formerly laid under the ielTcr Sentence. Many Arvu-menis were advanced by fome of the eldrtt Mcmbrrs for that Eft'ed^, and various Texts of Scripture addnccd, particularly Matt.xviii,i7.  If he nrglcfl to bear the Cl^urch. ' let him be unto thee as an Heathen Man and a Publtcafi.' Yet notwithftanding-this their Keenefs. it carried by a great Majority, to delay the Affair for/dme Time; npon which Mcfl'. Moncrief and Mair en^er'tl their Pro^efts ta common Form; but hear Ihtsy'^have fiact wididi'awa them. When the above-mentioned Text urn addiced. a Woman from one �f the; tofts in the Pttcc of tarctibg cried out. Ye ate not the Church, but a rchifoiatibd PArc of it. Which occafitkncd foina Ititle Coafuiioa ia the Synod. Yelterday Mornin|; died, �t her Houfe in this City, the Right Hon. the Lady, ^iiwiigfr of Serofle. They write from Aber^lceilf that on Monday lad there was the greateft Salmon Piibla| on the Rivera Dee and Doi, known within the Mtftmory of Man; there were found within the Craivis. Ota t^i: 11^6^-on I^ethcc Don abov�'5Ao, �on..tiw, f v^JSlil'',90t^, ��<4-*^ 't*^ otlicr I'lihiii^s greater N^uSfeii itT ilBil.'****^ On Thuriday laft died Mr. Ma'thew Brown, one of the 06pate Clerks of Seflioo. (jreat Preparations *re making at RaneJagh Hoafe for the Ko:^a] jubilee Bail, the firli of the Kmd rXbibitrd m F. phtthcjtr�; wi I be obfcureJ from the/Jay light, �nd rlej^niVtly minaicd ; will be adorned, witfi tJranm,- / n-cs, Ac  with triumphal Archc!, decpr4t�5d withMokvers.   in tbe.Cir-deos will be fever�l i'av^iions aod Tentr, and a ((epn-ii.-n lation of Lc Botc^hc dclla Piazao tlj fci) Marco  r Punch. '1 lit- WiJ w Hughes, from Tuobridgc-VV'cHj, who hjs ilv. ) , had the Honour of (erviiig the hril   ai:d Maliii. ..I lui liiHiic in Chitrlvi-Strect, Covcnt-Ciartim . .-Xnd for iho l.r.tir Convenience of a lar^c toiiitno^iovu Room, Pie >v;ll jttund at the Golden Anchtr, wear tue Opcra-lJoi-fe III tl c Hj)-M�rkct, Toinoriow Morning at I tn u'cloik. (j.iiiUint:n and Ladii*} lliat have a niinJ tor an) pariicular new Ivrcilci, are dflir'd to fend thrir Orders thij D.iy. VilierJay i^aiiU aiock was i2!> 1 half, indu otuvk. i'7 I half South-Sea Stock, 107 1 8.h a 107. D.no Old Annuities 105 1 8ih. Ditto New, no Pjjce. Bank Anri uici 1-46, toj 1 half a ; Sths. Ditto 17^7, loj I fci.h a I 4ih. Diio I.oisery 1747, no Puce. i!ai.k .Annuities 1748, 103 a t 8ih. Three per Cent. AnnuM.ci, f;l 7 8ih> a 95 I tjih a  c iqu.valeo', no Price.   Ro)al A(ru'4o  t th� Pari ti-rt�gh itf Hcr/e GirerJ, cni -.K.Jhn /^t fon     ' / . i- f� eant rtumdtt ti\- Ht'/: Cant J, tvhtr* rfctyst*,? A     . rr;  *K/^tfjj? �tf/?-Tfirtj/\ti*-//�ir4- �t thtri �s.ij    imjk9trt/tr3'raA'     PLiftttf^s, London-Ho^ita], At>nl s� >74>}. Wf^ntfUj icTxt, infrci rf 1 isff-tiy f;fxt, th;t Dtnivivjf THE Gentleman tdncttctl at S.iipton tir Bevnte;; i� Yeak^itv, an^n tift Mr. CLAt^K, �re ctrflt'il to meet ttidx :kIi�B%Uau,t it tliifmi ^t^^\t &uul>>fmi>tcn-Sticvt' Omai^CMdta oaJkitDiday nou. I'tc lalb inllmu. Mt. RICIIARU HO I HAM, J il Ml AlTurence, no Pme.   Englnl t e.!t. Empiaprs Loan, i jo.    i'lve itr t.i ef i' Irculalion, 4I  Preia.   fw.ha tv.tii. , a Nctke   is   kere^   gi^tn^ fir*HAT Enfield Fairs, vulgarly callM Beggnrs- Ja    Ihili, Mt\{X\ of \x\r hive l>fcn tVpt cn F.nficU-Chwf, neir S'iuiyW;        ��r thr fouii� be luld by Ml.v'i fnUy on til^ Ctuer, iKjf Ike F-oii rf Tjit^au^e-Laur,' l>ciiic ttic jtntif ni l't  John Dttttpn, U^k Ctf/tihh. NOTICF. is hereby given rn the Offjcffrs, IVtty Officrrt, �ai Scjintn, who werf crwfinHt in likini the Ccmte llliQj in tbr Mr4it*n  avwnr MiMnlM � Niot oVii-vk, ai Use VVeijhti and Stilts, thel.oti, xU: !jj..'cbj*iib at Jive, Nil '\tfm T..    �.�n>.itfJ im irj Mew. bti� l>y Tic':ci�. \*'Mto �iU be .*clv^-j  liui Vt;;   it tl.M.ujj .u  It. J�ni�� � Strrr*. tn\r.tVi.-^Ur\-l1'jfr  �: O.iC Ccj.-icj   ic!.. ' A (.i'Jxiir.t O.-J  I �ff^_a,j.'J iv.ihio      >�i'!' tir tlie t7jf>K'j�t, to j-ii et! jfi l>.�.jj!r), isti tridrctnc t', *ud to itii.fc l'ti(i>t.; (."') K    I'i'r, i.'r. -Ud i. .t     . J?,.!T',  ..III   7:crc  Vi  '., i.i- (��Irvi(tl'^l tu i,t tK It..'. C aJ U ... i-) irjuii li-; i!, li) Ai!.ia;.,'iu lti4t j.tc '^^'<-bJ'jl Jjij_______[__ M \ iY i BO X    G A UD L. N .S WIl.I. <'ptM wiii. I .pto.fntnvs the IttrtT I <^.l �I �r.:> -.f l..>.i, �   . t-. >t :i> > .11. i.i Iht Cjijrnt. 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