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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 13, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The r V ns DAT.  June i^/ 49- A M EilowtjaaJ faiPd, theCatUnM. Hourt. for Oefltr. Arriw*d, ihe Providence, VeMcman, from St. KitN. No Shipk in the Dowa*. Wind N. E. Ye!!efd�r wrirtd a Mail horn Holland ard one ftom FftANciE. VIVO Men ot War of ixtj-fix Gau were launched from tbe Admiratty Stock*, where Uio;bct Ship of eighty Gan* is begun to be b�:k. Wb/]^/, May 27. The two Neaooliun TartaM wrhkU the Kitig't Galley* retook (rom the Pirates of Batbuy, hate been riillorcd to the Proprietor*, opoo thO ^yitig too Seqain* by of Prefent to the Capttins ��d Crrwa of the Galleys. They write from Palcnao^ ihst the Barbaiy Firatcs have lately taken two Ships within S^ht-,of that Fl�cc, �ftd that three of tbe moft confidctable of ihein, ba^ioR each of them above 400 Men on bond, ktcp the Port of Trapvini entirely blocked ap, and isterccpc rrcty Vdfct that goes in or out of it. ^ ImW Af/jyiO.  The thin! Slip wkkk tk� B�ir��r ^^^j^t ikfingbind for iheflcw Company tiadin^ to the Levant; is wnvcd at ihta Port, and a Fleet of Merchant Stipi will fooft^ ft� for the Archipeltgi oniler Owavoy. of thrr^tAtnarXVir.  ThtLCoiiair- of Tubin in o>dft ^ carry ohIhtir Piracici more fucceiitully opon the Coata -of Coriica and Sardinia. Iia'l made a 0cfcent opoa the Mat .1 "f Tavolara, where ibcy began to fortiify them-felvcj.     ' wreft Batteries upon the Coafl ; but the Inha-biuots of the liQand bcLaved fo well, that they obliged thefe Barbarians TO retire on board their Vcfle's. let-cralof wht^h wcf e .taken by .the Genocfe-GaHfys.   We heir that Ihc A&iir- of Ccrfica are lUll iti a voy uitical Sicoaiioa. nocivithltandinp tho Accommodation fcttf�d by �jre ".rfarqais oe Curfay. ihtwl ol tl�c Conditi">tts of it being inro;fidenl with the Right of Sovereignty which i\tc Rep-JiMick ol Gf-tocra hasover tbe Wand of Corliea.   Thcv wts'tc Jiara Sicily thit (hePirates Lttrcafevery amch upcu theif ti^ftt, a^" that they are very apprehen&ve of a Re***!:    Tue iw-* Bankroptcies whtcbvhx\e happfited at Rome, ^.s^et��a-fioncd a very confrrierable one at Florence, a&d it ii i-^-�ch be feared that will not be thelafi. PfirKa, Mfj ^t.   It'saffured that anew Road wSl loon be made, which will begin upon the Proniicr^ of the Patf-ineian and lead Jircdly to Genoa, without polEisg through . the Territories of the King of Sardinia.   It's ttou^t ihaj, the Trade with the Mcr^anu of France and Spain will be facilitated by this Means, bccaufc they wBi fcn4.thcir Goada diiviUy to Genoa rtxkt, Jme 7. The Pope's Nuncio receiv'd ao extraordinary Courier from Rome the ifl infbat, wish Pifoaicfaet iittpordng that bu Holincfs haci bo^n inioimM that nt Pretender't cidcit Son was artiv'd here inciffi^to. aadfuwering hit Nuntio to perfuade him to retire to Bologna or Vitcrbo till an EftabiiduQcnt could be piovidcd for hin. 'I*he Nando, after making all the fitofa Enqairies. oalf Iwat fhat two Foreigners liaJ been fome D^ys at o�e of the bed Ions in the Cujr. and paft'd for two EngliSi Lords, but fhat their AvarejuH fct out for Padoa: npon which he im-mediatcif took the fame Route. He rctcra'd the Day before YcOirrdif, but whether he was able to overtake them is notydkaown. It u affurcd, that the Vcff^t whkb come from L^hom ndmhcr Parta npoa the CoaOsof Tuicany. will be obliged 10 perform Quarantise in the fame Manner a^ if they came direAlv from the Coalf of Bblrbary : becsufc as the Pirates of Tripoli, Algiers and Tunis, arc admitted into tbofe Ports, they msy be liable to fatine thcPljgus from thcace. yjaaui, yuae 7. A Council was hcW Ydlenlay at Schonbrun. to confidcr uf fevctal imputant Atfa:rs, and alfo to make Choice of ibme Body to be Prcfideat of the Council ot Conferences tor the Afiairs of the hereditary Dominions, void by th� Death of 0>ant Frederick de Hajrrach; and it's thought that it will be given to his Bruihcr Ferdinand, thoc^ thoEmprefa haa not yet declar'd her Mind upon that Subjc^. 'I'he CouotrCs Dowager Harrach having deliver'd to the Emperor the Order of the Golden Fleece, with which the late Count was inveUcJ. his Imperial Majcity has confcrr'd ii opon the Prince Dc Craon. Co/o^", 16. The Duke of MoJera, accompatucd by the Counts dc Sabbathini and dc Rxhccourt. arriv'd here laft Saturday from Londm. and fet out agiin the tsext Day for Fraocfort, from whence he will go through the Tyrol to Venice, where, 'tk laid, he will ibiy fome Wcci.* before he goes to take PoffefLun of hu Dominions. Partt^i-L-iKoin, Jwtt \6.   We Icain from G�.aoa. that the Government hawing been infurcned that tbe f:\-cral Religious Orders, notvuiii/lar.din^ the pablick Ind:gcncr, were tnakm^ r.immciabic Acqisinttoos.and that the JtluS'.s hadjaifijr njLils. a very coBi.Uera|)le one, fo tka: they alone were poHVfled o* abo^e two Thirds of the City, hs� jaS "iven ()iJc,5 for proper fcr4uiry 10 be nude imo ijus mair, aiij wtlt (oon make (ome Regulation to keep ihe Ambition of ihcfc d:3crsr.t Orders wttiiia proper Couisd*. and out of their Sopirdjuie. rcl ere if.c Pct>p!r. whole Po �eriy u vtry ^rcat    The Pubhck is m grea: Frp N. Letters receivd YtBtrday f^om FarU aJvii>. thi^.i Caurkr ba^ paft'd Ihruugh thatCitf for Londott, dilpatjh d by Mr. K�ne at Madrid, wfth Advice, that he had fijn d a C�a*est>tion with the Spanifb Minillcrs, whereby all the Diflcrcntta between the two Cfuunt ar� entirely all)u �cdily fct ont tor SuickhoJm, with the Ch'tailer of ht� Majd^y's Ambaffisdbr Kxtfaordinary to that Court. On S|ttiird�y �'Ddtneitick 10ihc Right Hon. the Ea:! of Saficx arrivnl iH I'owtii by, whom wc are informed, iHat ikat NobtemMB, toA the totdCQohrturt. are expected in Tdwi next WceS(� M. Ontaod, tte French MiMfter, hafprtfented a Mc morialt dattaitdh4ilMi<^M-^e Vcrneai}, who havingkiU'd a fntAOSk^S Ga/riiiM offfr^chcns in a Duel ntade hi� Efcapc to  cooAtmcdby Fire, abd two Pcrlotit periih'd, in ^ the iPIimcs} the < Lofs       corn- Eitcd jat' tjoool. and that the Monday followino the oufe of llir?James Diivcitpori, iri Wotcrtown, wai burnt to iheGroaBd; the Goodv &c. that were cunfumcd was reckoned 10 foe woitth fevcialthovfiinU Pounds: vAs alfo the UodC: of Mr. ^armingtoni< of the fame Plnce'. And the fame Da/the Houfe of Mr. Pennfman. of Mediield, was burnt to the Ground j M klfo flx other* at thfff^l)ow-ing Places, v�. tliree at Sudbury, one at Lexington, one at Natick. and one at Wrcntham. The Ann, Bdtteifiek), of Bermuda, from. Barbadoei, ^ -ind to Carolina, was loft ihlat tc. Tlje Captain, �i.u nine Hands, took to the Bo^t^ and contii&uedin |her fi\  thcace wereiakcn off by a Veffel, and ^rricd ute to Tu:k� Iflands. She had i  -        '    .  '^�.j.' YeflerJay Aftemodn cntne an Account that hit MajeOy'i Ship the Stmifbrd, Calpi. Broadey Commander, was (afe arhvcd off .Bolkftoneiram Jamaica. It^t laid Ihe hais a lairge Quaatity of Moncf 00 board. .     * Ycfterday thtir Royal JHighneffel-the Plrinc* andPrlnceft of Wales went from Leiceller; lioofe taCUefden, for the Sommer. .   ,.     ^ On Sunday died Mr. WcR; at the Corner of Devon  > lall January haJ his Skull fraaurcd by the V^Ua ns U>at robbed Mis. Phillip^'i Houfe, and has fiace b:cn four times trcpanii'd by Mr Tfuttcr, Surgeon, in Bedford-Street, Co vent-Garden,, is now perfo^tly recovered, and agsio doing his Duty a^ a Watchman. Kueliurgb, "Ju'it 6.   They write from the North, that the Week betorc lall there wag die luoii violent Stoi in oi Snow in the Countries  va� ndnitlieo jij oi^c uf the Lords of ijrilioii, by the litlc of Lord Laldalc. Tbit Aiicrnoun a i3frcrter from the Scot* Rcyal, who has becu I'nfoncr in the Caitle lierc /or fome Monit.s pa(t, jamp'd o�cr the Kr.nipart on the Well bide, nnj inadt' his Jdfcapc i the Cruiinel made the iainc dingciou: Aiicir.pt in onl.:/ to apprehend hini, but broke liii l.t^ O) Tburlday lail tlit Ki^in Honourable thcCouni-fj of Glcncjirn wa* fate)/ liclivmd of u bun Tj!Cy write from tjljij^uw, iliai on .Satuf>'.iy Urt, at tight o'clock at Nijjht, a I ire broke out m a haik Jio..!--on iliC Fall Side of the Goibrls, ivinrh w.i!, i.ll n a I lain Oifi*c the lirc-l.nj'ine> could he bioaght tt 1:1 i.i C. , , :hc VV'ujd bt-injj l.iiiicf. hji b-ilk frjtn the I'iit, a/iJ '�^ Wrjther lUy, the 1 Kc iHinicdiairl/ conui'.:r,ita;^j i.fill I . uttial ajjvccni Haulo which, iij {^>iie (jt jil < ^ 1! b.- S.11c t-y the three licigines, �ver .'i. by the Will of ihn Divii;e rtdvivkncc, and the tfitowtng dowi^ i iN(>niJi.-r ot iiouic. ld \Votnan, who going abroad about fome JBufinds. !d> a-largo Coal upon her Fire, which fell out tipon the Floor P^loiiflfhtOf Jft-il 15. From Biirbadoes there i� Advice, that the Lieutenant and Peqiple who endeavout'd to ran away with the ChtfteHcId Man of War on the Ccaft of Guiney, being Prifoners on board the RichrtiOni) Man of War. tvhile ihe was on a Cruise to Windwatd of \B�rba-doe^, had foriii'd a Deli|^, Of iebaiig that Ship^ kving got fanitt of her Crew to Join with them, but ware k|^'ly difcovcr'd by one of the Prtfoncrs (formerly Car^nter** Mate in the Cbetlerhcid) an^ all fecurcd. Thr^ proro�*d� it's laid, to go to Saltituda, where there were ktvvral Vef-fels under Convdy of the n.V fijIlonMan of W�r� which S>  i v.c \c oclork the w t-:f IJ \S c.l, aiui a lon|j Kai.ue 011 b Ji^ui 10 S.mil, \iric all 111 one Jii.ii. ...ujt-d ti.c moil Jieaii/ul -tcnc that h.. ;':a.c m Ihc Mtuiuf; of tl.t ulJwU I'tHvi; lie Shit> thvy weco to roakc thethteUes Martcts of^ amj^ go a pirating with, ihe being litter fur tht^ir Purpole thap the Richmond, and to Ciirry what Hands wcte witljug to g|i> along with them. On Sunday next the Right Hon. Sir William Calvert. Knt. Lord Mayor, will go to the Parilh Church of tha united Pariihcs of Alhallows the Great and Let's in Thames' ' Siteel. wImmi the new Organ, built by Mr.Jordani Willbe opcn'd by Mr. Boyce. on wh �h Occaftou twir Sermons will be preack^d for ihf Benefit of the CbafT^Chilclrrn belpngtng to Dowgate Ward i that In the Mommg by me kev. Mr. King. CiiaDlaui to the RigHt Hun. ihe-Lotd Mayor i and that in the Afternoon Ik theIietr.Dr::Simucl Nicholb. Chaftlaiit in Ordinary to hu Majttfly. On Saikday next tWoScrmont will bipreach din jKni^htf* brldga Chapel, for. the Benefit of twenty Bbjaknd ten Oitis� that in the-Mornlni by the Rev. Mr. Dtdagirdr, Re�16r t�f Markfield In L�icefler; with Variety of nevv Dances by Mr. Harvey, Mr. Vender-fluys, Mifs Baker, Mrs. Hough, and otheri; Several new Tricks in Ttimbling. by Mr. Doniinique, Mr. Willianii. Mr. Pedro, and Mr France*. The whole tocoitclude with Scipio Africanu*. 01 Harlequin Grand Vplgi. Ksrh Perfua to ke adaiiacd for a Pint of Wine or Punch. The Widow Ilughcs, from Tunbridge-Wella, who las ;)I\\ay) had the lioaour of ferving the hrilQuaUty. ihil continues 10 inukc and lett all forts of Mafqucrade Drctlet entirely new \ liketvilc all forts of Venetian Dominos aiul Malks, at her Uoufe In Charles-Street. Coveot-Csardch : And for (he better Convenience of a large commodioua Room, /he will n^cond Tomorrow Noon next Door to the Roft: at Marybon. Guntlcoien are taught to play on the German Flute. Violin, tt  mtxierate. An> I'erlon waited on by (ending a Line. Ac the fame Plare a I'erfou attends who tiMcltea Gcutlcmen and Ladies Wrtimg and Accounts at their own IJoufeti The Way to Ke th'i Chapel i� through Piccdilly, bj i.-.o l;nd uf ill. Jaaict** Sticct, ^nJ down laigu-Stiect. f-rA lurii on (he left Hand 1 he Marri.s^fs (tozcthcr Wtih  L rc-cr on a riire-8hil>'��g i'limp and Ccn ficatr* art t.r. ncd on foi aGu.nea as ufu il, Miy Tiirtr ill Four in t!"c Afternoon, by ar.oilier regul. r CIcigilo.m. sit Mr K.�ii-. * I tile CbApcl m Mt.y-l"4H, i.c.i l)>dei'aik-Corner, of,'i-liic the grc�l Clnpcl, and w linn irn Vkris of lii tittrc u 0 Porch at the Uoi r l.ke a Counuy Ckyrt b Porc'i. M /h Water at London Bridge ihu Dj> ai  ^ wLt,..us a/ler i i>i the Worm ^. ar.d >i after 8 at Nt^h:. Vf lcrd�y Bnik block  was t j6      Inda Stock, 1 S/i "i-ii.h L^ca 6i('i i( Annwi.irs '7/'.   '"S   5  ^ '" "   ' 15'fO  '747, 1*^4  I half. D.'.ui ! ot ciy t; i . 1.0 I rue tar.k .'Vrnui ic� 1748, t''^ I ),;li a V w I.. I hii'. L'.tw �7iv i.u i'rice. 'It.ne ps-rl.tii .-'.i.i.wi'Kj ; B ^^ a 3 f i.i Million B .f i tu.vft c. I, J tiKv / >.l AflL-ance, S ..1'M�'ct, no I'lu.c l.r.j'lui. Ct'ppcf j!. Se'cii l>; \ c.t I ;-t    6d   l'i;iu l(      ..   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