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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 1, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Ad^^'ertifer. M O N D A Y,   M A V  I,   1^49 .solo;., Deal, Jprtl 29. AMFdown �n  Reformation will favc confiderabic Sums to the Royal Finances The Archdeaconry of Toledo, vacant fome liuie finccr by the Death of the Count dc Palma, has been cpnfcrr'd upon the Canlinalde Mendoza, I'atriarch of the Indie;-, with a yearly Income of trooo Ducats; and the Surplus of the Produce of ihii Benefice, which may be about 40000 more, is applied (o the UCc of the Infant Cardinal. Alc/ieiv, .Ifril 1. The Troops defipned for Finland are fctting out for that Province, notwithftandmg ihe Rigour of theSeafon j and a large Convey of Provifions and Stores has juU been fent thither on SIcdgcs.    We have already regtikred-KoocrSeamen, and in tiie Dct^iniiiug'>! May^^^ ftiall have a Fleet in the Baltick of thirty Men of War, be-fidc� Gallcvs. rrnrcfhr, Maj 2. His Eleaoral Hignefu of Cologne is g'jnc to Caffcl, iTPiYi whence he is cspthcd in this City ; and it is faid we lhall be farther honour'd with the Prcfcnce of tUc Elertor and Ekarcfs of Bavaria, I'rmce Xavicr of Saxony, and fcveta! other illuftrious Perfonajies. Some private  Letters from Poland report, that the Province of Podolia is in a mifcrablc Condition, iViC Inhabitants being afHitflcd at once with Peftiloiice and Famine, moft of their Cattle and Horfcs being already dead for want of Food. ILfgue, Mc'\ 5. Four of the Burghers of Stccnwyk have been taken up as they were going out of Church, and ffnt 10 Prifon, for having formed a Delign to refcue the Fricf-lander lately executed fur being the Ringleader of the Riot in December; and above twenty Families, who were privy to the Plot, have diUppearcd. Hague, M.iy 6. M. CiiUij, the Grand Pcnfionary, d�fir"d laA Satutday his Difmillion of the States of Holland, vvliii.li was immediately grantetl him. Oc is however to r>refrr\e the Title of Treafurer-Gencral of the Province of liollanJ, **iih a Pcnfion of 8000 Florins a Year. .   Ja Extraao/i^ Lttrrfrom Amfi^riam,   ilrfrif /.'/^i/ l^. ' Notwithllandtng what may have been pjhliiUly ad-  vanccd to the contrary, there will ccni�ii>ly be a Congrcls  or Conferences, where the Articles wiich llill remain  undclcrmiu'd by the Dtfinrivd 'I'reaty uUl be dikutlVd.  J'he Courts of Fimti.i and I'fUiiUis ,arc apree*! in regard  to the holding of tlicfe Conferences, and (hew an c'lual  ImpaticrKc for the opening of them.   One may Lifcly  affiim, t.hat if Mr, l.,ninaj s Death had not happeiict,  which occafun'd a Dtiny in tlic Departure of the bicur  Blondel for I'unna, the Lominiirarics or Minitlers  who  are to aflijl therein would have been already aft-^mblcJ \  but as the Sicur BloijJcl is ailually upon the Road lor  rifniia, and the Sitfiir Marfchat foi /'/;//.', one m.iy nil  aflured, that as foon as they fliall be Hrracd at their  telpcfiivc Dcrtinalions, we f>ull hear ofihc Nomination  of Commiffatiet who are to cjmpofc the Supplement to  the Definitive Treaty. * The//./ii/i, upon evacuating the /,vu,-Ci�o/r;.-j, were  to leave in ttic Places they had taken, tlie .Arti.lcry wKich ' tht!y found thtre, and wiiitli a:e to bo rcilcr^il conform-  able to the l)rfii.:ti.f I'reaiy.    Tlieir InienJants wire  IiWc>vi;c 'o i-i .i;) tlic Coiitiibiiiii,)!!! VpiliKfi h.d been railtd  abo\e wt'.ui \vi3 .11 ,jlly line ;   an,',  on ttie other Hand,  t.'cnirt cl  I'.r.ir.i i-* to acijuitfcc in the Re union  whi( h t.'tc Cuuii lii F'-.itct h.is made of leitain Diiliic'ls  upon the /)'I'hric therr/ote are Headi of fome Im-  pun, wi.Ht. ri'ouire [ariicular Difci iFions ;   ami which,  had thty .Lccri treated about in the ordinary Way of po-  liiuul I. oii(crciice ij i� now I'pcedily txptrtrd,  i'luplc I'ui;,.! U:Ln,lV!\c> that he will hilfen th-.- iJctcriiii-  r.atrni ol iii�-ie A'^jwb ;  for that Miniiler, tiirouj-.h a  j>aiticular Ha^pir.c;: to tue j r' Lot .Agr, is difiruui of � engaging iVIr u uit ilic Hon. I.ieut. Col. Coriiivallii, Mtmbcr ot l'.iiU.snitni fut I'.yc in bu;i\>lk, to be Governor of I'hctnm in Newfoundland, as vvdl Ca >tain Cicneta' and (.ov\rnoi in Lhu-f of hii M..j-ll:y'i Co ony of Nova Styiia or Acadia, and a new Wn, is ordried to be iJlutd foi electing a Member for that borough in his room. The Ruiibow Man of Wur m ordti'd by the Lords of th;^' .\dnurahy to vonvcy the 1 lai.ipcrt \ clicls to Nova bcot     where (lie ivill be llaiiond \*>'e ait al!'..itJ (roui (' i^d .Airh i'v, that Order) a.-e f.iviii fur b.iiL.i...' ili.'>:t. i . 1 .ir 1 ! nj l.itrn, aiiO'hcr of l\v.t'.,e, ui v! .in..ii..r o! i,.ack  1. aj ; .;,r.ri-! a C':i;fin .ti Herbert's Ktkiiiieiit, in t:,f ui W:   iV.  in.11 ;'r.tL.i .1 .'"iiii^ii \V ;;:.)!;, yi i 01.. t ^ V ,. � I'. . .uK.r. ..: 1 o;)t, �> appoiiued a a^Ha.r 1.1 ii., ;. ^ K>.^..iici. . . � t.u 10 of Ca^' I'll,Hips, |,fiU-i..! Mr. Sainplv.1.     a; hi.l in Use loojii ut Mr \'. ii   n 0;i Mouda, :..:t !i.e ^ i^-i 1 Iji; Of.e of the b'.v;rc,, i,t   t Mait.ii lu Si.r, ,    >  N;,> I  ..�,i,c. '1 i:v:i,..i ] g.14.. _  >     ,   I, ^^,1 �,:.t !j.J Krj^      1 t I e I' -ul  . i. Her left Arm is broke in two Places, her left 11 >r,! ..nJ right Arm very much burnt, .ind her IVoall nnd I .ae l>aiiu. and fcorchcd confiJctably IToiviNor, (he ij in a l-uW v of Jtccovcry, and is attended by Mr. Irutter, tu ^/v.i, lu Bedford-Street, Covcnt Uardcn. S-y M--y IS committed to Newgate, for iVn'i"-? a Challenge 10 a noble Peer, and not giving fulii.Kn'. for his good Behaviour. On Saturday laft was held the antiont Annivrrfarv of the Stepney Fcall, at which were profcr.t ih;; Hii-hi 'Honourable his Grace the Puke of Richmond, the fnl of Sandwich, the Lords Roinney nud Harrington, (Vvctal Gentlemen ami wonhy Oiliccrs ot Ins iVIijcrty'f Navy, and the grcatcU Collcilion that has been made for iiuny Years. The late Stewards were. Rt. Hon. Marq Hartington, Rt. HoA. Lord Montfort, Hon. Thomas Villers F^Tq; -RTttBTr.G eo. Dodj'rrgfon;tilqT Stewards fv>r tli  Jofeph Allen, Efqj Arthur Scott, Efq; On-Saturday Mr. John Coulfon, ctivnen; lliewer >>f St, Mary Magdalen Bcrmondfcy, was married to Mils Anna Katherina Lane, of the fame Place On Frid.iy died, aged Seventy fi.v, at lis Lodj^ings in Little-Britain, Sir Maltts Ryal, Knt. who was (ormetly an eminent Coal-Merchant in T<)oIey-Str�ct. Tomorrow the Races U-;iin ai Hpfom, when great Sport is cxpefted. The following Horfcs arc ulnady entcr'd. 7iufJ�y,M.>y 3.   Aged Warits.   Karl iVIn-circ Chefnut Horfe, S'.adtholdcr ;  Lord Poniuoro's grry Ilorl--, Ilii'.h lander j GrevilPs bay Horfe, Suha^i i Lniuimg". bay M.iie, Smiling Molly; and Grefwood Chefnut G.li'.inj', Oop. fharUiy, lil'iv 4. Five Viars old. PcnibiMU > t hcfud; Horfe, Da(h ; Rogers's b.iy Horle, Pi-l/rade; 1 icviti'al .y Gelding i Crolby'* black llurfe, Suvivy ; DatutuiiL,y,May(i. Hunters Pl.itc. Ki7m1'.'s biy Gi-lding, Frolick I biiges's-Cbefnut ilo'tie, VV'li. l^er-. V> iihcr.,'1. bay Gelding, GarUnd ; Anion's l>:iy Mare, M.>uch ; Sqaire s Mare, i>car; a.-.i Isail March's Chefo.u H'irfe, Ciirsotieii. ' Wc arc well iiiforin'd, that all th^ ("^-hsfji'uncs t'>at hapjien'd at the playing o;F ilie Fircwc'il.i on \^'iMuttJ~. lalt, 111 the Tenter Ground in Cj jodin.in'a f iiMi, hc[J tl>c Beaux only, which wi� ct,uvc!y owino, ;o t;i,e great Kunibor of Iw.Muiiful Ladies atierding tlit i'e.l.>'n:aiKo i lor almoU tiicii Lady caiiinl off a Hiait. Ai to the I'iie-works, iiii'y were ailowtd l>y above 4'^oo Spu't.itoTs not only to have been very f.ood, but atfo pLy'd oil with ttie grrault L are and Judgment, owiiij^; i liiclW to the g' c , to fliew the Duly he fiwed to lu. Km^; and I otiii'ry, iliJ not ihii.k fu to contnlmte Si.x 1'ein.e. If ihe l.adicj dofi'i think fit to return the Hearts ihc. have rtnlcp, thru N^rnes and places of Abode, when known, (li.ill l.c inhliOi/.l at full Length, and in psfticdar the Laily in P,r.k and W'ote, who was in Company with ftver. 1 Gentlemen and I.^.duM Yellerday Thomas Lediard. I.i^; of Old Palace V w-l, titling an unruly llort'e in Hyde i'urk, ll.rovsn Ik i;i him, and liis Foot baqging t�ii>c 1 lUiC in tlic Stump, I.e was dangeroutl/ hruii (T On Saturday a Carpenter, who wai palling down -a Suf fold at the Gate ip the S'.abic-Vanf. St liiiiris. h.ij me Misfortune to Idll on t;.e lion Spike*, ifiicc ol wi.iili ran into hit Body. He was taken olf and cimrd to St licc-j;,e"b Hoffiial; and Yc-ilciday iJicre were Hope, of liu R'.-iovcry One Day laft VVjik a young Man, fufpofed by his Drefs to be a I.ivciy Sctsant, wai found in ifie W,iuJ. at 'J'otlenham with fin I'hroai cut, he lad nine Shil!:i:[;i in fill I'otkcti, and other riiiii�.i , a Ka/or was fouiid luar him all blood \ On Saturday ivas committed to the Gaichojfc by 'I ho.iins I'll)!, I'.lcj,   Miry Mayr.c and Maiy ti,j;!e, tor privately ftcalmg . Jfom Da. i Ooiiic.i. W i.'lijijia   ii ijiivci  VVaii.li   ai. 1 W'e hear the (Jpera D: fii.cuir, pfr)r,,id i,n fatui.y at the it:lc J lie.rie 111 'he univcrfal .\p[)iaule , t...d a,j.sin Hi) .M.ii.<--/ oiuuriu^'i k'-.. ^ 1 It I IVI d \n n . ill be  p.i     ui d VVr e I o::i iion U'U     V, 1,1  1. / at j.'i' ly l.c poor Prifiirrr!        tciutii 0.11 liiiC'.fe I ..nU   lu our       lioj', , iJciietu. Ion (ur tlifii ^ 1 c at (loviln'.! i i.j ..> on frail oi.c ot  v.l.'ili  \>�e 1   c p.     iKrt e (. uuua    iin�nClj ll.at I > li r.^ih of Tuiii .iiv; dilciuj  I � tlici' .Vcc) ijintanie, ai.d luw iiuidirig (o l.jjoit ll.iiaL..I r.fi iij'in nt well i.!apoUvl t^ lifiiti.ir  \.'-U)(4)f,:, M^j 1      ^' c the flik OhlolaH- Dtbf'U the V.   iiiiiion bias,  Ui'^..flung under h nwil ^;iitvi.(U> C I'li linriiiciit, hawi"!', i>n laiui day idil been co.nl jii-ifi!^ uiicvU I V a Strai.ger, v>iio ]>j' I'liree Guiiirj-. uuo out fjeggiiig D ,\, lu a Paper l..pcTlc/ib d Ne wg%tc j we take tii.i oarWll Oppor'u^i't of rerurr.irg our Ocerc T'uis'k* t' tSc n  or. am? !t^�p',irc Alm'i-liey iioj to ihcwer down i .uunci^blc Bl^;lii�^* on J.i.n as',d i.it P^.l!cil^v. At Mir\bon ti.irdcns, il.i^ Piv. bci~j�. iH� ��? of Mav, th- Ficning F.p.tc�taii trrc wid t'c^rt, end e�;�t>;muc evc^y I.vi^'nnij^   iljriiy'   li-e   S>:'ivM�     ru.>lKk   Uicakfa.Ui'^   Oa 1 uctJavs Bt.d Itu'-avs,      v:t,.a! 1 his Pi), bring tSe ill o! .Vi�y, begin the Kn-ertain-ments tif Miifivk at Cuper'>  iOC'�. art ifsiit^tc a� rcsr fl5 pofiiSlc the Rv>val ones e:� .\ co .'U �l the Pvaci) in the Green Park.    1 iic F.^pv-ruCi       rt.'i.ig L idenakinj; obliges the Fiopitetor t > ta'.I.t 1: to Of** Sliiliing,   Great Care wjii be tiikcn loiAcpo-t fctfoti* of i'l Repjte. 'I'l.ii F.ven;n~, cxaiVy at half an Hour a'fcf S v, the two Kiughts iicr.i then Fiicrdt at the N'civ I he-itre in the Hay i\Jaikct ; after winch the A�i^iotitxr wi I difpofe of lomc Original*, particuUiiy * PaiKjit of Hitity the Smu^ij^lcr, .ts hr lookV. at h.s Trul. F*. �v?ii�rJi \�tU fc� addeit. the laSl FnicriatnmeHt call'd the At!."i,n "Facon-clu*lc wiih .a-nrw Lctontiv Dance.-'Vu-: f? .jr; to tto ppcn'd at half an Hour .lUcr Fi.e PIa*c* to be "t-fctn � the New Flcatre in the Hay Matket. At Sadler's Ucl!., h!iny.i>r, t! is Eveving, r�fr. D'v.il-niquc. Mr Wl! luti;, and f'l- Pcdto, v\;''. jNitivin fccfal nciv 'Iiiik !g by Mr. Hurvcy, Mr Vandnl', ;i e, Mrs. Hon;;!-, id others. Tie whole m t'i:;cl�ide wi;h a new afkj�tu-*l Ma.ik on �>ie Return ,jf P. E.:.th PiM ,n to be adn'�-'ei fui" a P -u of Wins isr Punch. Everx '�.vcr.itij there u:U be �.:;.! Stjngs and Dances At tie NiW Wells in Gooji�an*i ri ! * . r!.tiI iV., will be fc\ .<'-,', fi;-.'..� X'cnice. i 0 wliKh will be ad-cj, fiVvc^l STi'r�� 'y.t;-telvjie ChaiaCltr*. never p;rls�rtn\i t .'oiv, <:.\\'\l WL':i�(n Holidaysc or, Harlequin at Gteinwjch. *Fii �?  Pl.iliips ; Trade, Mr. HenUrk-k. Wc hear a N.imber of Intlrtimen: ar..! Twireavr-Cllfe M.:kjt5 tiiot lull Faddv Evening ct the I cuuii.ia 'Ftvetn on l.udj>.'.'e-Hil!. in legard tn a Pa'ent lau*'y (-^r�i|t4;d^'it  OJ-'u'tir 1 riri.ds. The Crown Tavern and C'cTee-la jufc onLvdsv****''^*'*. it no.v tirt:lrd in a grnteel -Fat'e. v Kerr GeiHilifsiiea ni>y depend on the bcil .Acc^xniuoiJ itioi's by ttr":.'la'jjr humble Serv.inf, C h.u!. s Uoaden An U'll; tary cvcfj I5�y at 'Fv.o o't-lo-,k at Kd per Hsad. srii ttie very U.-ti lAi.rii-horn lelheii .It jv prr Do.'J'n, tii.jflV" r> Iw |�3iiJ f'�r till ra'uiiv.'. \' i:u�. Arrack. Brandy, Ru.n. Sht;*;!*, L^awe-bsii 'a, tptiiti 111 Wine, FSrrcncc t>il, and Wjiite Wtcc \'tiiri;ar. wi ( Vfale snj 1 ii.ul, .it the \fry kj-Vt'cS Pne* s. .*\;: !.'r-!'r: who p'r-.H- t.) !,iOjr ri'- wuh tsuif Cwnimin*?*. either in Fown 01 C.;ur.-ii'a,- oV^er-d oa tWir Or'tts beiH;', puni'tiial'y obeyed 1   t>.e Imsjitcr, Cl-ar'loa B �wt?.  ^hxX \0 ai .\:^;lit,. Sa'urday  l);iiik Stock wa.i 1 ludi.* Sj'Sitk i.�> Piic�. S lulhSes Stuck no Pii�.c F'k.to Old A: i uiiiV* i.u Flic . Ditto New 104 } .^tli^    lia.k Aunui�e� \>i\. D.ltw  "�fi I'"*! 3 4tfr'. Ditto l.of.nv i'}"". lol | {rii; a lOj, UaiiL Ann..iius '7t.�. "Ji 5 ' "1 .*.r.-e per Cub: .-\b-I Hih. Milh-'ii tiafvk, no Pfue. E|uivaj��;t, P.Mial \ilaMii. 1-. 7,) 1 4t'v Lotulan .tlUi-anic, no  Pi;.c.     Fnj^lUh Lopjtf   ^1.     ^^.-^tn Cr.n.   lvr>- I.rf.r'> Loan, i]j 1 iwc ptrV.cn? ditio  j j ^rhf Btnk V. i;t u! .1:1 in,  |l   ^1   Piciii     fiidi.t P.)nJ>, ^5,1.  i Pr^M. n.ii'iir lu     ce I /I w.- /� ri.-ii ^^1 tii,i, ,, .hr Si�) t. ii,"^lc�^ �'...  K>i f , Liic .1  i^Ci fi\ I i^^./. i.. i   II Mil ll i 1 U: l�i    II !.. � I 4 . A.'! ; I'-! iriit l*.uni;ii(, M't pi ir', iiii .jai i'V C , , 1.1   1.1 -If.' 1  J l)iiu;/ir  ol  i.lit   I !.>��, :,' ii'iir 1   I. iiiut .41 ja.: pifit.f  l)-.rn �   �* ,     N        f .t!|;u ii a l :."i .. it    . N 1:1:1 n r I . . '.i' r c ^ �cii      l.ri u f  r A 'f .t I' �    '(   , .   J . 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