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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 17, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The. Daily Acjyertifer. M ON D A Y,   JoLY  ,7.   ,.4., On/, July 15 [HO^E that faiVd Ycflcrday are put bzck, luid reaian, with thorc p^r Ull. Arriv'd, ihe Wager, Hin-niin, from Iidta; ihe Lambert, lia>inan. and the Dod Carlo$. I'ricnd, irom Cadiz; the Fanny, Candy, from Oporto; the Warren. S.cktr, froiii Antigua," and iaild tor the Riv-ct. Came down, liic i7>Trr,,dengue, .ui virj^iou; and the Mary, Faulkner, lor lM\on.   Wind S. W. ' S'nce our laft arriv'd the Mailt from Francr and Uall.mi. M'/fir-'-', 'J'-"' �4-  Her Imperial Maj.lly i� cncxpeiUdly reiur^icd 10 this Capita!, wiihouc having performed her intended Pilgrimage to the Convent of '1 roitza.   Tlie Cauicof ti'is Iwfty Return is dificrcntly taik'd of.   Some sttribute it to the Difjra^chis the Count de BcHuchciT rc-ceiv'd on the t()*h ult. by FxprcG from Stockliolm. , OUicn, thnt her Majefty, br.vin^ taken a Refolution of making this Pilgtiiiiage on Fo>jt, found the jRcads fu bad. put it Out of her Power to accomplifli her Dcligii. The only Oaugbtir of Count Biron, the exil'd Deke'of Coutland, being arriv'd at Mofeow from Jarollow, has had the lionout of paying her Rci'pefb tt> the Emprefs, whoni ihe met on the Road to Troitza ; and wc hear that this Lady has her Majetly's Pcrmiflion to appear at Court, . as one of the firtt Clafs of Noliiliiy. '' l^iiJnJ, July i. The i6ih Article of the Definitive Treaty Concerning thcAtlicnio, produces many OblJaclis to the Nfgoeiaiion oa i oot wiin lite Court ol LondoiVr Some SIavc.% who ^avc found Mcan� to dcapc from the Piraus of Algiers, aie anivcd here, and they report that the Deys of Algiers aud T'linis, having been apprized uf the Dcfigo which had been f.'rnii'd here againil tne Port of -Sailer, had ordered all their Sutj.t>5, without Exccpdon, to take Arm�, in order to oppotc the Defccnt of the Chrilli-ans. This Advice has occ-'fioncd a grand Council to beheld here, aud a Courier haa been ditpatchcd to Oran with Orders to our Admiral not to ]Hit to Sea till he hears further. As we have bui6oGo Meiii on boaiduur Fleet, 'lis thought that N amber will be iufullicicnt for in veiling that . ^Flace by Land and Sea j aud therefore it has been rcuilvcd v$0 fend them a Reiufurccment of feveral lUgiments. f'^-Napfirs, Juntz^. On the 23d anchored at Taianto. a ' vctici bclongit^g to Fiume, loodcn with Planks, Iron, and tTobacco i (he DircAor of the Cullqni-Houfr, on a Pretence that he had comr^baiid Goods on board, eaufcd the  Cargo to be fctzcd ar.d unloaded j the M^lScr feeing him-fclf deprived of Lis Goods, and inreting idtcrwards at Sea a Neapolitan arun laden w ith Com, boarded her, and took out use Tumolis of it, ginng a Rrcript to the Alaik"^ in the faid Dtro^or fur the Payment thereof. Bavil, JuJy 11. The Plot lately difcovercd at Berije In Swiizerliiitd, may jaiUy be compared to that hatch'd two Centuries ago againllihc Govirr.iucnt of ihc State of Venice, li was to have been put in Execution in the Kight between the jih and 6th lullant ; but the whole ProjcA was the Day before related to a Counfcllor of the Rcgtiicy by one of the principal Confjiiraiors. who ii ll-eiu* was flung wiih Kemorfc on Rcdcxion ; upon w iiich a Council iya� afl'embUd,. and the Ail'>iir krpt to private, that twenty of the Chiefs of the Confpir.iey were without tl.c leail Difficult]^ taken in their Mijniglu Meeting, who have bc.-� fince^condemned, and a Day fixed lor their Execution The ftmous Capt. Ducret, wiio was formerly hanj^ed in Effigie nt Geneva, for the Concern he bad iu ihc Troubles of Uiat �-ity. and who was no Utter ih*n a Piiioncr here, is laid lo have been the .Ao-Jicr and Director of thi- whole Schcpe BtrHa, July r Count Sajte arriv'd here tlic ij-h, and diu'd that Day with thceountdcSchmetcau. Field Marfhal; after Difinct they fti out together for Po'-zdam. whtie tnulual Tcflimonicsapptar d of i\ie SatisfacUon the MarQial had in feeing the Kii.g, a.d of (hat ivhich rcfuhctl to liii MajcAy from the Sight of the grc*tcil General of the A^^c. On hit Arrival at litriui. and Ocpjrture from thence, all the Military Honours due to ni Ligh Dignity Mere ob-Icrv'd. Tbc MaifhJ. whi> intends 10 fpenil fomc Davs at Pa|zdni�, had Ycilerday Morning a long Coofcriiicc with his Majcfly in his Clofet. Hatnbur^h, Jtuy 18. Letter^ from Elfincur bring Advice, that the King of Denmark atriv d theie on the 3th from Norway, and that hi� Mij.-lly ftt out me lame Day for the Calllc ol FritJcnbourg mar Copenhagen. ^'1>. J^h '8 -�^ uolcut Iciuprfl L:sppcn'  much damaged the grcit UIk'^; o tr the McjIc. Four entire lamilic:, aud ii.any oiinr I'trions, were drowii'd ; ;iud a cjnhJtrabIc  ca 11 1 amps of cue 1 inc. J4 Frigates,   22 bomb k.tdic\ 25  fucol.ijv; l,> this Pliiii the Number ol each V.:.: c;t.> Wi^ u .0 furijifli is fpcciliv-d. 'Flie Fail .-'.Ibcii.a.-le ii". fuid Will not nl^Jchtre above fix MolUl.^, bjt a: ikc l.atiou of  li.at  J l.i.c \\\.\ liavc the Care o.        A;'j;rj of his Cc-:t jo Coldiit! \ o k l',.it. ./..(/,...',, A-, ii. l.ciUii from Cj.iioi iriipoif, that Ul ilicii t...%avojta fcave cs vtt fjc.T. ij. licvl . i! lur mluriiig tlu Cirdh cl the fiasori Dank 01 i>:. Cr.o.gr, the liilu liil'. b..i.'uig a DiUouiu oJ zf^ci C'cut. Maiia.uc ti.c DuLfiuncfi cr.j n ? jxrff.cl He l.h at I�ol^e^, tnd her Depirtuic is dfterr�d to tnc z8;n of       i.lu-la Atoiaud Gallaii, of Rchic, CajdruiJ. Bi:l..-p i--... I'.aicc of StR^ourg, Grand Almoner of Ff,�Ace, M .:'.cr cf Oic Order of the Holy Ght^ft, and Member of the Acsdcni/ cf Ini'criptions and Belles Lcurcvdi.'d in this City the I9ih, in the 7tfh Year of his Age. The Counteftof Sparre, Spouleto the Marshal dc Cjmp and Colonel of the Royal Swcdiih Regiment, was lad Frday b.-ought to Bed of a nineteenth Son* -wiilioift having had any Daughter. /?�/^.rr, 74.> .8. On the 30th of laft Mo^; died !� this Place Jai^ics 1-razer, Efq; Comm-^iily callM Sir J.in<'e< Frazsr, who was a Captain in Lord Fleho'j llegimeiH. and one of the AiddeCauips to the young Pretender, dming the late Rebellion, with whom, after his Defeat at Cullo-den. he etcap'd into France. He continued in that Service till the young Adventurer rccciv'd Onlcn to depart liom the Court uf France, which Turn of Aft'airs obligM hiin and tevcral others to Ihifi for theiiifclves in thcbl'll Maouot they were rtblc. Il.r'u,:, Jti'f It. M. Strin wai on Friday Lift ele near it. Lu.t^ai(. July 15. We ihc poor co.ifin'd Prifoncrs on t..e Coiiunoji bide-, rriuiii o.ir molt grateful Thatiks to O r ui.L*Aii bat nicll ktiiJ l>cntl..ct  f us puoi uuforiunaicPerfuiit, bciiii^ a great Nu i.bci ol Cuitcns At  i!if pub.itk Vrcakt^tling Tomorrow  at  Marybon (.larJei-s (by fariK.iUi l)i.lue) Mils l'"ali.oiicr swill hrig Ci j Rule , -uJ. J" 'h.- Rcipull ul levciul cf the Nobiluy ai-l (.t:.li), on V, rOncld.i)  nc.1l v.l.l lie a Kali.      L'/Caklulliti^ loi liic- lo.iiai .111/ I'u.i of Lit Si-.iion Will be on '1 ucl ia^ >, aud Muluu Iji n.;i.*.i.'if^ a� uiual. AI i .(.^Iti > V^'e!^. I .'i.: ^'..m, mi! F vemnjj, Vf r  I leu (kii k M', ii, ii;d M.;-. 1 u*c. will t;'u  �, Mtle.\ arid other*. Mr.'Rookcr and MifiAgnetta will ling fewrnl new Song*. Tumbling, by Mr. Ilendriek, Mr. 'Vattley, M� Janno� Mr. Miles, and others 'to whivb will be ndiied. Whitfun Holiday', or If.irlei^nin at Ciicciwieh '\'\\t, wholft tts^ caavlude with the "Iriuinphs .f I'catc. Each Pcrlon to be admitted for � Tint of Wine or Punch.     !. ,       'i Fhc Wtdotv l^u^^hc.^. from 1 unbiidgc-WeUs, \v)|b^>hai aLvays h;td the Honour of lerving'the fifll Q:taUt>, ftiU' Cuntiiiucs 10 make and teti all fon* of Mafqiii'^adeil^rtirct entirely new, likcwifc all forts of Venetian DomirijOj. ami M.�(k.s, at her Houfc in C'liarles-iioiVt, t.'�\eni IJiftlcn : And for> the better Convcnientf of a hm^e romni jdioii* Room, lUc will .utend ncxtWedncfdny, ar 1 l�ret< \ .1 ick. next Door to the Rofc nt^Maryboiv. 1 ive CtoutVfmiMi who hail the Silver .I'ieket �he lull Marybon hall is dtllr'd to fvwd it home, biherwifc ttXJuiiica mull b$ paid fjorli, Gentlemen arc taught lo play on the Gcrn.an F'lute,^''ioHt^ &c. Dancing and Fencing, by N Hart, at the AcAilcMiy in, Windfor-Sircct, near Widegatc-Alloyvwitht)u(Birti^prgi�icj where (icntlemcn or liSdics are expeditiovilly; cotm^Je^td in Country Dantig for One Guinea, there being-a  , and Chapfnitii. Willi..iu Sii\�mond�, of Holb>iiv, London,,Vintnir. , , Wiljinm Tiivlor, of LOndoji, Warehoufeinan. High Water at LoudoU'lilrulge this Day at 41 Minute* after la in �hr Morninsr, tifd 14 after 1 in.the Afternoon. Sitturdiy Uunk Stock wi� 137. Mdiu StOick'iiii)Price.-Siiuth-Sca Stock, no Price, Ditto Old Anmittieli ^ 107 I 8ih. Ditto New 107 8lhs. Bank Annuiti^l ii;4J(li no Price. Ditto �747. no IVice. Ditto Loiterjf 'ijii^;-nu Price. Batik Anriiiitiej t^^jt, to? 1 4i^�. Diitti'i jr^L 10? J 4thi a 7 Sihil, 1lM^ee*plr Vtfnf. Anhiiitji^^^^ 5 8th� a I half.   M^^^ 1)0 PnW.   E pci"y V'-      ^^"e" V^'.^J^H In   Tit/a    Liirgf   Velmmit,    t^aiio,..... (Dtdtcattd to iht MrrfimHtt v/' Grti>t Britain) ACompU u Collediati of ' V O Y rV G E S �nl TRAVEbS, eonfiftinn of Bkinv^ Si* H,,ns|j^().uf Usttmnft uiliciiic Wrifdi) incltidiiiK A|-tr CliAU'l'S', MAI'S, mJ CU'V-S,   Oii�in*l|y iiul.lKh'a Of   lOHN   HARIUS,   D. D,  1^/R. S: Now cirefully rcViieJ, with Iji^h Ail<(iiloni, tnij cdnlinurd litiwii lo iht 'piefent Tim� I in('l nt(d fjr tflill'. WuiiJwaid, tint, Orowiie, I.-iigmsn,-tieit, flilfh^. Wliitiiil,i-, Auftrii, Hoiifca, I'^itx, Kubialun, Uvd, Ihiituai Kivltig* Ion, Waid, and Hawkiiii. Now, Thofe (ieailtmen who havp tahen P�rt of til!*-'Work In by weekly Niiniberi, an- derireil lo complvta thmr Sell b) lb* aytti inttiint, LtictA i)fifi� Nuniban bei^n nearly out ufl'iint. ull iKiviiin Coii'vljio � in Men, W.nni-i', and tMiilJien, ai lust^oilJjrap' pcm by itir niiiiy AfliiiViii d�ily publilHM ol t'cir>fiii ii�iu| cuic4,IWurA b't'iiirtlie Kir.li' Moo, tliB IokI ,\ ^yul�, but \>\ Nunlkfis iif olh�'* In Ml. Piiun'i l'.i(ri:ai.>n, wliiuli lie in-ei|.U i� |�i(>U(h In ikcU pirp�r Tin|�. SuUbyMr, ilic I f p.iuior, at itic $;gri uf I'ani*. foiiilb HumIc bel.iv ilic U.ll ' my iff. I 11, on l.oilt;>le-l-iiil) al ihf&tdi %iut-beth  He iii, a 't'otlh'|>, In Oticccliureh-Slitrl { lid at Mr*. Ciuw. lev'., at the t;(>l4in Vta, 'Kt. |ainK . .St'ctt, ovw-aKiijiA &t< JaiiMs'a I'J.ce.   I'licej.  i�� [vrtitioii J .i/fdcr itt (/!./../ ./,'/, (,/; it'tdru .1 u'CI-hIc i'l tie f^i.iwjn, In   �.n. //' rt. , IU l/jc rinuri i i-rc lie Ih-.e-.i,,^, ^/Ji P^tttuLai i^:j it j\en at lit tiLifJidH-iUnfe nfn.;.id ' Ciifi'It," I'^iin.ti iiff'oinled/i/r /4;..r�( jv> il, l.irJ M,^'iii 'fil:i City /il tin ii'i.U iv Jit I'll'. L^.'un^^-'l   f ii> il, tit ii;/.v iiifunt. ut Til/f / i'.cj'J.ii  U- ti'e  i\fitfr/  ^   

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