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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 29, 1749, London, Middlesex S A T U R D AY; Ap�(t, h*9- RRIVhD. ft attd renuins. ^iUndtr from Cork. Wind N. K. from Ycficrday anived a Mail Pcfi'/v^b, Af-'d \\. Several ^c�>; K- lanagine that the Affiir* of M Ncr-.h be adjuftcd wiihout -or; !; � Rtip:u�c ; bat howerer i: COTS rot j� app^'' \!trr^ioa u ah regard to the Prcpa-g ia l-iaatK?. We learn from C�> -t ra:it�aJ tte" i-rc iB^ii-. Ifp^fcan, rha: t�e TrarqailKjr o!" iVrfia is loot ret pcrf:flty R:)ored. acd that the Sch^ being apprchcnhvc that the Potte ms foracisg Intrig-jn s^a-^tft ^ina, \% niakine contVt'erabk: Retafcrcaaentt to hi* T roops near Tauris and Bagdad, ia ort'cr :o be able faifotnbl^ in a few Days an Arasy of locrcs Men; wexh fuficicatly fhew;, tltat the r�-: Un^crllanding between the rortc and Perfia is not pefccUv icfloT^d a� td* becf. given pnt. StiiiaJac, A/rJ h. Tte Coart has fiait fieih Inftmaions to tb� Coasai^rtcs w'ao xrs canfahiog with thofe of the Emftctt iidHl for the Caralry, ihirc is g'rat room to hope that the Ttoubks wfaich Secni'd to threaten ni nuy not be anerded wiA aay fa��1 Coiafequenc^. ________ Hamiaj^K i. They wriic frotn Sto<1c1iorm, Uiat they are batSduig a grrat Number of Acw Gilleys there; and tint the Man]ais de Launuric, ^Ambjflador from Fra re. died tliexc the 24th of iaA, Mciith. Ar^r, j^i 19. The King fel oot YeflcnJay for Silefia, ac~' rnpanied by the Prince of Pmflua, and ir b thonght he �,I be at Bfcdaa ihit Daj. As the jirincipil Motive of Im joorwcy t* to trview li'ts Troop, all the Regiments are enkrM to be in tadrnefs. All the Corps arc complete, and the Cavalrr and the Diagpocs are remounted. I Dspihrf, fifty x. 'Tis again reported, that they will inm^'diaiety proDccd to the EleSioa of a Coa p Of Liege. Some Ofker Cosdj-stors arc alio lalk'd of fur the Slfliopricks lahkh the Bkaor of Cologn pcfiirJErcs ie Wefiphalia. jfj^u 16, The CHC Days this Sp-iig having producfd (creral Tbocfacdt of Locofi? in fcvt-ra^ fans of the Proviacc of Moravu. the Cardinal Bifbop of Olmuiz lus mAet'd panicu!ar De� otions. tognhrr with Prayers for ionf Iloiin.. ana a Fail of four \Vecki. throughout his DsiMefit. v� injrca* LIca.-cn rs prafenre this Conntry from fo terribSc a SccHit^c Thi InhaHiaats are alfo doing cvcjy I'hiag in thrir Pow^rr to dHlmy as many of (iicle jMiie&i as they c�a bct-^tc ttjcy get more Strr^ grh. /Wu. tS.r Ihr I>if-raie -f t�.e ^oumde Mau-tvp's u c=� rasetal Topick u( i-onvcrlahon, but we are Autlicrto fme^f igBorasi ot the Cuii'c of it. He w
d Cercral ccri: of the Nchiii.j. ueie at the Library to fee the Fucworka. from uktscc liiey walk'd about Seven o'clock iaio the Ma;kin. ,>ia viewing which hit Ma jedy tcadc a Prc�c=t cl a Puiic to the Officers cm ploy'd in tise di3�.rajt Bas^chcz- The whole band of Muiiik pcr-f^jna'd a: his MajdSy'i cccnssg and going, and during his At Hill in Ho_r ifia Ejj,bt. the Works were begun I two Rockcis iLKia-'grd a: tie frapt Corners of the f def^c, when tie Lzcaon uiriin ihc C hcvaux de I'rize foliovtcd by i o. I'lccci of Cannon On Thurfday Ni|;ht M. Servtndonj was talc �KUvrs t� tbc m^atftor*: �us-lice, wJtit i � ftoftt Of.?a;t^8a. via, Fsi^Jeea-ticrt Vgptrt^ Tranr|i>arcBcics. Jkc. aad tbe Ftefi�oitka *o iSxrui't ts wrttg, as poi^tble the Rojrat ores raltt^^ (&s A,itmemt of tlti Peace) in the Grtfn Pa'k. Great Care will be take* i� kcer put Petfon* of ill Keprite. ^ . . � On Monday Evening, caa^y at hUS m I'! var after fr*/ the two Rnights trc� thctr FrtCKbat the K��r |lcittcw�lpi Hay-N^rket; after w&xh ibe A�&icMn nil iTjtipiii if fome Origiaid.', particulatly a Ptttnat qJT Jl&tf dfii. l$muafli r^*�l mXim, HolldaSrtt Hu?�|efa it: Grtewwkclu; Titt n^kt^ 9� cooeIu Prudenc*. Mad. TartC^y i Rcatf. Mn. I� Trade. Mr. H*�fcfefc. . At!?adret*� Wells, adj^viaia^ t* m were Lred, aad were___^ placed oa Coc9tram>a-Hi'J : aOcr Hiix-h a great Number of Rockets of dtfcrcKt Sons, BaUons. Icz. weic diicliarged. to fjrprrticg Peifeiiian. About kalf an Hour after Nine, in dikhargine fame of tie Work� from tise Pan iu>n at itic Ich Uing of the Baikiifig, it fei Fire to l.- LuRe, and burnt ivitli great Fury, to ihM. th*t acd t�o of the AicLct were burnt to the Oroji-i i iij Lad not itc Carpeu'cr-. mtiiic a iJitach by ccstisg xwxy i^o Arckcs, a^d removing uic Timber, fid for lie Adi�ijL dc!a. To bt^at Five o'clock. Each ? rntn|^ aad 49 j/ter t at Najgjb. YeOerday B^ak S'.o^t was tx3 s h�li. U-'ia Siac'k tjy. South-Sea Srock 10^ 1 half. Dtao CXJ As�astio �0} ) 4iht.a 3 SUu. Dit:o Near iu� fiKc. Ha&k Msm^ 1746, los ^ 4tha a 7 Sto*^ Dttso ^74?, ; Sdbu Ditto Lottery 1747, no Ptlee. B�alt Asuwoea ij^S, ih% i half a ; Sths a 1 bstf. Ibrec per Cast. Aaaiesin^i � i 8ch. Mtlliao Baek, no FVice. E a / fa*// -- Mr. T��in �n.i Coun.. K.th Poyfc .J �|a 4 lib fcr m I?.i��-V%,-.a-f. wki �r:w" 2,t-.. . 1 V!
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