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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 3, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advcftifef. SATURDAY.  JiirtK 3,   i74q. Oeji  June i A ME d>wn, and TairJ. iha Rofe Man of War; the Charlc*. MafoP, h,t Briftol I the Real Galley. Phitipi. the Duke. Dytr. for the Strrighn; the \ LopJou, Goneer, and the 1.0 Are. -, both for Plymouth j the Unioti. Cowcll. for Portfinoath t the Ihdia Yacht remains ^ the j)a-maica Sloop of War, Capt. Gal-tiraith, arrtv*d at Cowea the 19th .IL muk faira Wcftiwrd� the Vulture Sloop of War from tJiuI!cw�Ii�a. n tniVd at Poitfmouth. Wind N. N.W. YcSer^ arriv'd � Mail from HotLAHo. iiadrid, hUj Mr. Kcaic, who make* a very fine �iMM here, and whoacquiret every Day more than other Jl^fcoiiAdmtios of theif Maieflies. ha. had thii Week tw^CoafcrcMct with Don toftph dc Carvajal and the MtSttiOii de b Bafcmda. In one of tbcft Confereacet waa Hgohtcd wbtt icmained to be adjuAcd with the Soiith- ^ot^"i� yet tefolv'd upon with restrd lo the Re- aAioa of the King'* Troop*; but 'tii ceitdn, that the arquit de la Mina bat received Oidcra to fufpcnd the RcduAion of ihofe that ferv'd under that General in Italy, tad which are come back into Caulonia. 6nM. Ititf to.  The Kfafier of a Veffisl which lately arrirtti here from Naples reports, that on the 13th inftaat ~ BeTaiFfoar of the Pope'i^Galleyip, with fOmfc arm'd Batk�, m:er Into the Gulph of Sperai*; he aUb fay*, that the Cotfoirt of Barbary are not fo numerous upon the Coaft of Italy, and that our Galley* have left the Coafts of the Ifle of Elbe, in order to go and cruize on thofe of Corfica and Sardinia, in Coi j-jnAion with the Galleys of (he King of Sardinia, to endeavour to clear the Seas of thefe Pirates. An Exprcfs ia jufi arriv'd from the Mtftiui* dc Curzay, Commander in chief of the French TioOpa in Corfica, to tnfdrm the Government, that the Malccontcnts of that lilland are rctnrn'd to their Duty, and have agreed to fobnit tbemfelvc* to the Republick, upon fuch Conditions iB hi* Moft Chri^Uaa M�jei>y Ihall think fit to impofe upon ~Chcm. Df^Ja, rnllead of Marlhal   Save, who wai cjcpcfUd trom France, two Coariers arnv'd here YcAetday from Paris, who among other ThinR* brought Advicei that that Noblemaa would not fct 6-Jt from th^ce till the Bigianing of June. The Coon Tcemt rcmcwhat diflatifi^ whh the repeated Delay* of the Eteaion of % ^ D�ke of Coailaad, and i> verv ddBrtma to blv� it daddel. Airfi*. 7'"*'3- It'seflured that his Majclly has j^en Leave to divert Offictri and JSoldicn to go to their re^ ffwdiv� HoJoBCt, l^vided that they rctam tp their Coips �owud* the End of Auguli. This CircumOaaco makes it kdfcd, ^ there will be no Rupture ia tht North this Year, but that Matters will be rrct^Mciled to the reciprocal Satitfiittm of all the intercftrd Powers. Sir Hanbury Waiiam* j> cjipeAcd here in a few Day* from DrcIUen, aad it'a tflbred chat he is charged with a Commiffion ire-latinf to the Pkyment of the Capital advanced by the Sasliilh apra Slkfia. Aru, Jm%tt. The Report of an Exchange of the Dntchic* of Farm) and PUceBtia a^i;ft (ome other Dominion in Italy, gains Credit from certain Circumltances { but there is but liiilc Likelihood of what was faid in rcfpeA tdie Milaacfr.   At prefent Tufcanjr is ulkcd of as the bjcA of this Exchitngc ; and this Circumftancc is added, to inakc the Scheme the more probable, that the Court of Spain woold pay a Som of iixtecn MiUioiu to the Kinperor, . and arould at the Ixmr time acknowledge the Dutchy of Milan as a Fief of the Empire. Hapif, JuM 9, The reigning Prince of Baden Durlach. with the Prince his Brother, and fevcral other Perfon* of Dlihndlion, are ejrpefkd hrre to fee the Fireworks, which are to be exhtbiicJ here next Friday, llis Serene Highnefs the Prince Stadtholdcr arrived about 7 o'Clock ' this Evening in perfcA ilcahh at la* lioufe in the Wood. The Earl of HoldcmcA arrived here oa the 6th, with hi* Counicfs, and a numerous Retinue. ff'^f, yui* '9. Letters from Amfterdam advife, that a roit of Conventicle* have lately been held there, tendine to introduce Novelties in Matters of RcJieion. and lu which Principles are advanced Capable of cauSng a Schifa in that of the Ritormed. The DiHatisfaAioa which tiie Pcop'e have flicwn upon this Ocrafion has beea the Caufe of feveral Tumults. 1 he NecciSty of putting a Stop to tMe dangerous Novelties have dc�crmiocd the Regency of Amilerdam to iJue an Edia. wh ch forbids, under aigoroua Pcna|pc>. the hoUing of thcfc Coowntklcs. t     O     N     D      O     N. Veflerday aatr'd a Mail from Lifbon, by which there Is Advice, thatthe Ceptuiion, from London, Capt Rugby. �M loft oa ikeCoaft of Portugal, but iha Crew weroiaved. I he Capui� cane home PaiFenger ia the Fackei-float which brojIBht over the above Mail. S�a Uotie Man of War fion Cadia. is arriv'd at The Dr�fs of the Foot Force* having beca found incon-?enicnt aad burthenfome on Marches cccafioned by t^ Length of ,heir Coat*, die hi* Royal Htghnef* the Duke � tumbtfland has been ^eafrd to give Orders for Htorun "g use Cloa:hs 0/ the three Aegimenu of Foot Guards �'oin iheir ufual Siae. and fltany more Alterations are fi!        "* ^ Claaihing. cfpcciaUy as to Wf�* Shoes and Buckles, obi g.ng fl.cib all to wear the ^totm Regimental, now provided for ihcm cJll      .       'S'**** ^ Aldermen and .irTw^""'**' ^ ^"7- �'�� no "o** S � be of ��h  *� Famd,. with ay Addrcf.. or ^ any othar Okca- On Tharfday died, aged 86. df the Dead Mfy. Hanly. Efq; at his Houle in Broad Street Duildings. The Lady of Sir Peter Watren. Km was th�s Wedt fafily deliver'd of a Daughter, at his Houfe in Cavendifh-Square. We hear that Sir Edward Williams B4rt. and his Lady, in their journey this Week from London to ihrir Seat in Brecknoclhirr, had both like to have bcfen dtowned croffing aRiVer in Wales. The Right H>n. the Lord Anfon has prcfcnted his Brother, Thomas Anfon,-Krq; Member of l*�rliame"t for I.itchftcld, with the Model of the Centurion whith his Lordfliip failed rotind the World in. It has been ihtcc Years makings and coft6-ol. Ycilerday Mr. MotteandMr. Lill nut at Mr. Brooght^nN Amphitheatre to fight their Battle, purfuant 10 Mr, Nloiic's Challenge ^ but Mr. Mbtte defcrtcd the Stage at the End of the fecoed 'Bout, and could not be prcvail'd on 10 return to fight out the nineJBouts agreed on, ihoaghMr: Lill wait�i.half an Hour w^th his Sword in his Hand for him. Qn Wedncfday two of ihe greatcl) Draughts of Salmon were caught between Hammetfmith and Richmond that has been Itnowa foma Year*, one Net having thirty-five large Salmon in it, and the other twenty-two, which lowrrM the Price of fralb Salmon at Billingfgate to 6d. per Pound. Laft Tacfdav AfteriiODn one William Cox. a Gardener, was feized at Kingflon l^a Thame* b^ fome SolJicrs of GcuiuaLWulfe't ReJmftK, bt'w^ charged with JrfstetaL Highway Robberies." 1^ ^a* immediately committed to the Town Gaol, *OnThurfday toll diedla Ship Y^d. Temple Bar. Mr. JohnStorv. an emincni M-'fler i'aylur 1 he had acquired a v^ry handfome Fortune) and we hear thlc Bufinefs will bu carried on by his Soa. The Entertainments of Cdpet's Garden*' will continue this and every Evening during the Summer Seafbn t the Walks will be bcautirullv ttluminated with Lamp Trees in a grand I'alU', uifpoicd in proper Order, and to conclude svith bcaut'.t'jf i-ir;'works refembling the Royal ones iji the Green I'ft' Ic. The Firewoik* ar� efteemcd by great Number* of Gen Jcmrn and Ladta" ^f DittlnAloA the beft ever exhibited in Publick. Great Care will b� taken tb keep out Ferfoo* of ill Repute. William Barton, of Ruckholt-Houft* id Efifex. begt Leave to acquaint theSubfcribcr*, and thonll of hisFricnd*,-that there wilt be a Concert and Breakfaftihg on Monday next, and will ba continued every Monday during the Summer Seafon. 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