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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 9, 1749, London, Middlesex                                IP**.- 41 T U;^ S D AY,   May 9, tJ T back, the Si. Jdfcpli. Stevcw*. for Cadix, the -LydJd^ fpr Lrgh'otH, at il iho Iiuiia Vacht, ahd remain, with the Suiannahi Brao-'>iaw, tor  and the Uifpatch Sloop of Wif.   \V.,,d S. S. W. YcllerJay arrived a Mail frOtn Francs and one front IfoLtXi^n. Sr^ifcJut, AT/gp s.   The Court hai fent citcular Orders to h" Mio.�ler� at foreign C >\ins jo dcclarr,  That the Ktpon which was fprcad abroad, Concerning a Change t* in the Fotm of the Government ot'thls Kingdom, cither �* during the King's Life, or after his i>eatb, was entirely . -dcilicute �fi iBert>', Ki^^^ �>4 Pi'>vl^eges� to be �vcr thought . * (Ma�le bf coAfer.iii^ to it^ fo (hat thefe ftcDort* could �  ooljr have been propag[atcd bji' vil'iaiaded PeirfOn<� or * fbttadol apoa lU-grounded .Siifjpicitoi which &av  ;tb of ApHl". we have ctttain' Ad vice, -tba^-tha Grand Slgnor ha* ordcr'd the High Admiral of the Otto-^uan ^mpiic io have a ftrMg Squadron of Mas of War .and G�ll�y*, ready to put to Sea by th� 15th inftant. . The Motive Of this Armament is not known, .Dinlcfs lit be to oppofc^tlie Powers that have-fot:med a D�flgn to dtoftr^y thto Pnra(c5 \tp0ii the Coifts of Baibary! . ^     < N*rfl:% Jpril tt.   The Bafbary PifStcs have greatly m-ierruptcdthc Navigaiioa ujpon.thcfe Coalti (or fomp Weeks paft.   :rhere arc fevcn of ibefc Veffels that cruixe in the loni^ and Adtiatick Seas, where tUey have latelv laUeo fevcral^Ships, and. ataongthcm. one boun^ for Venice, � ��hiv,ji^^ry-iich Cargo, and 6000 Oucats iiv Specie, r    JRAnwr, Jfrii i6i   'Ti� again reported; thai the Prin-' nick�: v. ill make Kemonihaoccs upon this Sub|cA to the King. Iliey wii c from Bourdeanx, thiit great Pains . ace taki::g ^icrc lo^rciiore the Marine, but that the Works, ?o on very ilKk\v]y, for witnt of proper Perfons to dirc^ the /oikiiicn   We have not ysi t^-ccivcd any Account of the ' Fleet w-hi op a Con(cl) winch fo me Time ago arofa between> " the OSiccrs of the Mint at Nantes and the Magiftrates of shat �. ity, un Account of a Seal being pat by the lauer  iipan :he Effeti^ of il c Siiur Pinot, Engraver to the Mint tticrv-, hi* Majcfty ha; jjft ilVvicd an Arret of Council of S:a;c. which co. Iirnu inc Orticeri of the Mint throughout the- whole Kiii^'loni in the Kiglti of doing ull A^ts of Ju:iiJu'tion. and foiLids all other judges from uking Cogi izar.cc or iMcimciltliini; wuh any Atfair relating to the Mim. The Dduphinefs i� inOi^fed, and fomc unhappy Acci-  dent is ;ipprehcnd , thai the AtUtrs of Corfi.ca are iti a fair W^y of bci g accommodated, and that I'repara-tion5 �vcre making for (oon beginning the Conferences- ](> alTurcd, thai rhc Count dc Maurcpas has icceived Oiiivn to quit chc City of Bourges, and to go to Pierre Aucue, wh!ay, will b� performed a Cihicert of Vocal -andinftrumentid Muftck<" uo|ies 5*. Pit js. Gallery i s. ' (After the CoMert wiU Wprefented gratis. L'Opcr4 du GuOix, iif tranflated Into French from the Beggar's Optra. Nonf will be admitted into the Boxes but wiUi pnuud Tickets, which will be deti��r*d'at the Office of ttie Theatre, where Placit* iQay be taken. At tha New Weill in Goodman** Ftelds, this Evening, 4wll be Several new Pcrfotinancca by Uonf. Tartfey from V�nti�: iti^lch will be �14c4, feveral Scene* in Gro-tcfque CbaraOcn, nei^cr perform'd before, cidl'd Whiifun lioliday* i or, Harfeqain at Greonwich. The whole to conclude witb^eTrittiitph* of Peace. Bntannia, Mis. Miles i Mar*, Mr. Mile* 1 Peate. Mrs. Delaviiicr { Vi^ory, Mr. JDj^ilicr) l^ame,Mr. BcwyiOi Time. Mr. lone*; Pradteee. Mad. Tvtfer t Plcniy, Mrs. Kiae} Jullice, Mr�.PhUIip�; Trade. Mr. Heodricfc. At Sadler'* WcU*. iBington, thi* Evening. Mr. Dominique, Mr. WilliaA^ and Mr; Prdro.will perform feveral ntw Ti'i^k* in T"J�Jl^!'.'R- Variety of ]:}anCing \^ Mr. Harvey, Mr. VantNMNkMi^Mr*. Hough, and othr[s/,.,The whole to conciade with an Entenaiamcnt of Mufick, call'd Scipio Africanus. l�tterf()erfed with a Piece in Grotefqua CtiaraAer*, call'd Harlequin < jrand Volgi. Each Parfon to be admitted for a Piril of Wine ot Punch. To bedn at Five o'Ciock. We can alTure the Publick, that the Battle between MefT. Wolfe and Lill is aftoalljf agreed upon to be fought for Twenty Guineas, at Mr..JBroiighton'�, Tomorrow, where the Combatanu will douqtlcf* exert thcmfclves for the Wager. I'ickets to be drBver'd at' the Door for the Matted Gallery at Fi�-e Shillings each. The Doors to be open'd at I'en, and to 6ght at iTwelve. Yellcrday Bank Stfick was 131 1 half. India Stock 179 a 178 i half a } 4ths a 1 half. South Sea Stuck 109 a 108 3 4ths. Ditto Old Annuities lO^ 1 8ih a 1 4ih a i 8tb. Ditto New ic6. Bank Annuities 1746, 10^ 1 9th a 3 8ths a 1 Stfa. Ditto 174.7, 103 7 fitbs a 104. Ditto Lottery 1747, no Price. Bank Annuities 17^8, lO) 7 S^hs a 104. Three per CcnL Annuities 97 7 JJihs a 98 1 4th. Million Bank, no Price. Equivalent, no Tnce Royal AfTurance, 70 1 half. London Atl'urance, 10341I1S. Unglilh Copper jl. Seven per CcAt. bmpctor's Lo&n., 132. live per Cent, ditto, 77 1 lialf. w.thuut the Dividend. B�i)k CircuUtion, 4I. isi.. 6d. I'rcut. iodui Bonds a 789. Prem. 'tbii   'Day   Ims   fubliflfd, _ in Oft t'afhmt,  in Xi^i^rit, "T^HtoIogicdl Ltdurtrs at Wtrtfiunflfr-AW)ry. X With in Iat ct�ttun oi the Kuuc Gaifth. Tu wh.ch .ic ;iJa.d, Some (ileA Diftooj(e� upun itie orioiif*! t'u>au irl/rau.t EiitlKh Wi(loii�t., pjift.  Luf.}�t. I'..��i, i.p ..lui.oj ihc m. (I rrm.K kjbU- liK.i.3cnu ui clic Lii^LA liiiUi), tji tt.c L.aci n^ntt'it Y.-uth    Ai*"* A New ROMAN HIMORV". t>f Q ,t�^m mi A'.l^ci    k.'..  .. T,*� All rj,      uia >j U.. Bmi*!^       �i Uit Ri/f� . High Water.at I.Oh�Jon-B.n�Ip? thi* Dny "t 34 Minutes after 4 in the M rni^g. and 51 aii�r 4 in the Atiemoon. THI". GRAKi:> �TbUU ; .Contnirnhg 5�>jl l> ftturttin �f fvu  of ih� Oil  f||*tiilhm-,i, Uiiuu^h ^u^!l^ A, UauMMat. SrArN, It ____ tin rrl�ti�n ii> iht Miontrsni 1?x^i*m t(. tc��U>na t�|ff�irAt .Stiu v( Train, ai ivii) �s tht hbml Aiti *M $�i*nta In �  1749. ''Puff4f\ *ahiual�j}t^/aiJShift ttnj Piti'ttQtUn.jypurthj^'i finJl if ^iif yir'mJ tahn tfivty at tk^ �w{ tf Jh*ty fhp wfhr ti'* Day tfSatt, the Dff^fitrRtoMfjf^J/ htjwjhuiiy Anihtam . NttVy-OlHce, May i, i749- '�/ TV* i�'C/ffi inilif ^ft^�nlt#, thty HStiL ot' fiat's 'lant, fyifig tU It'ttkvi^kn tm:m�*Miet: Bumh, Tftti, at Diftforti, tiigttttx tiV'i' tim' I^fap. Orwl^ritt, tjfe.'r^Jhpf tlry untjf l,f rDhnvii /utb Ptr/tttt tit art (Mti;niiiU't� Mttiitd tie /mfS.>/e, fij^dt- rhin. Atid en� I>,^jit ef ati. fee Cent. orJn Prtportm ihireto^ u tit (if imfe ly Ptrjmt tf/v /btJi f'urd'iife tlie/iaitt Sti/it ..ndParlixuiutt^ Ptr/ent nvtfo Jltclt ttttiHti the feitdScl* are tp tfih'NoHcHlkti^, knd cofnt frtfM-'dJw thttt Purfe/t; aftd twltfi tht 514fi fttrclifti'd Jhtiil be fuidfor, ami tuien taiMtrt tit tht Em/ef Jatty P^ijft, tif Deftfit Jhntl he ftr/titcJ, iimltt'teme the f't-ifeiiy v/liie'Otiwtt. 1 Nary-Olbce, May 0, 1749. HE Princi/al OJictn und QmmWttiiirt cf hit Meni '�/hit Mej(J}yi ShipPettlnnd he tiru, e made by the Pafan ivixtpiny hafpsti I9 he ttud.'f^tht fufplying tU Praxiftoiu JhtiH laj). And en the fuite Day the fniir Cummiffientrt ntiili It elje remfy 'The R^nt ihut in hith C.//9 f.U I0 'it li.fh'p BuLLf aii li-t CitiJI ttr Ii-.'-'     U'tri, iht^t JiiM^ i.- (> Ju,.,'/ '� >r, Ur-.tj,  .�.i.v tit   the   Rid il.n/(   'irtir   D'f'/'.i /�'    t'-y    lii", Cl'idlJi.H ./ tJhfiif^ tl.-r I'liist .lit .y lutiJih JIIJ tit f.itni I).., I In , It/// nljti hi rca-lf tv trial frC^^'), /  lit Strui.f .fin M.^._'i\'i A'
                            

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