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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 16, 1749, London, Middlesex                                - * � 'A e cr. WED $9 � SO A Y;  August itS,   1740. HK M�ry, Aftmpa*. iafsjMfoe the Rim.  Cam* down mm! tailsxi t Snow, her Name not know*. Arrived, the Clarendon, Peck, from Jamaica� the Neptone, Knox, from Jew-York 1 the Boulter, ADm. fromLiiboni the American, Lewis, from Antig-ia j and the Batcbeksr, Gunhoufe, from Bolton.    Wind N. W. Yeftefday arriv'd � Mail from Hott-aso. Smyrna, Jttxt i<). The Re-eftab!iihmcr.t of the Peace in Europe havinf permitted the Preach to rent* their Commerce in the Levant; 'tis remarket!, that that of other Nationi there is much decreased, excepting that of the Dutch, which nearly keeps up to it* anient Footing. MaltA, lYmy^* We are nv verc�i. The Projector of ii %va* the ftaflsaw of .'Rhodes, Who it Piilbntr'here, and Kara Achmct, i. e: Black fafanit, the Negro, �*a� to have directed the F-xvXuttaa. TWO, Day* beioie the -Featl of St. Peter and Pad. the Slave* embatktd In this Dofign were to have, peitbned the'Bread and Water all ovtr the Iftacd. Uyoa that FeflivtU, early in the Morning, B!*ck Achtnet and the Valet dt Chambie of the Grand >faftcr, were to have '(rankled him in bis lied, and thee to hare hirg hi? Bojy by the Heels out of the Window, which was t-) have been the Signal ftor /attacking ~tl*V Guards, riwrde-ia* the Knight*, And fee* .ring the hortrels. After this the Turkiih Flag was to be ddp'ny M, upon the Sight of which the Slaves were every w he e to have difpaiched their Mailers ttt.it were not already dead by Poifon. When the Negro wai.fjrft feizcd, it waa opon Sufptclon only, and Notke of it being feat to the Bafhaw of Rhodes, , - I'jjfc: k1___1  .1     -_____.... A.   f       '    ^ _ r.   � 1        "i____    _*     � a f mi At Triiiftpfliy ef the Can-on. we hopey better efta-tiifted than ever. " GfYnsssgin, Ag*?lt. The Sqaadron, with which Adatuil Tender rcceiv'J Otdc.s to pat to Sea, beint� only deng�*d to Rxrrctfc the Seamen, the King tlnnksthc North Sea will be snore ftdper for the Purp^l* than the Bahick. efptcially as hit rVi�jclH would avoid the trail 'Occafaon of giving Umbrage to any of he N y(.b=�r�. lhmJmi�t, jhpifl 15. 1>� laft. Letters frcun Fin'and inform �*, that a great Number of Hortes deilin'd for the Service of tb* Rtrman Artillery, it arnv*d at Wyl�*urg j n Circnmfbmx which indicate*, that tie Military Difpcft io:u are not yet cees'd io thofe Quarter* . Fttmm, A*g*fl 8. The Ruffian Envoy RxtrnoiTinvy. Count BcftucheJf. had lately a Conference with our Mint-Hers, in which it is laid he informs 1 them, that "had pofative Intelligence, that the true Ocfign of the Mmftal Coast de S*xe"i journey ia"� the Krspire was to part �*iih . hm Preteeftons to the JJ^tcry of Cdsr'and> which he hi actually difpofed of. fbr'a li�je Sum of Money, in Favour of a Prince of very kigk Kf-^k io Germany.; ' RmiJUk, ApiJt 17- It'i faid, that the hi^h Port of Marfiul of the Arises of (Jit Rmptfe wili becoaferrcd on the Pnwce of Areanberg. Pmrit, Jmgafi xx We bare an Accbant, that theX:rig has concluded with the Rcpitblick of Geneva a Conven-uo^, by which the latter renounce! an nmunt Debt of Crowns whkh hutitocd charged to the Crown of Frasce ever fine* the Reign of Henry IV*.' t.he King acknov.ifJgcs the 6overei�ttty of the Rc;r�b'ick on the ..... "kvouiiue. *^Cbamblre �f the Grand Maftftro"give him Notice, that the jBofineX* had.taken Air* and t|at nothing could five them, " but hiskill ng tHcCn.nd MalUt immediately.  The Valet io dlfe4n*er(*d, that he. matte a Bow, and retued). After |Mfi^1|NUIfio�i h'e refolred to make � fecoad but Qport his ?ntr>ihg the Clofet he found one 01 i Knights there, whic^i hindered him, and |b a Quarter offh Hour nftcr h| war feii.d, opon thelnfonnatinaoi'the :}ficgTO.   On the 5th of this Month hs was broke alive, 'together with a 1 to-kifh imaiij or Prieftj there are about fourfcor* Pctfons morv in Prifoi;.  arid the fntbrtmtioos ajft'vt more or lefs not �VtVcr than fifteen hiuxtrcd i'crfoci, Ndf'.s,   Ju/y   zz.    Thiny-fu    of   the   Rtn^t^acer-i �f me   Country   f'cople  of   the Village of  Lavrino, * who  had the Bo'd>>eis to let Fire to * Foreft ia tnat ' Nrighbourhuod, alter it liad been dec'tred u> be for the Kiu/s private lluiiung, were fent Prifoncrs 10 this City v on the 18th.   Ou the' 19th.'twenty-five Soldier* of u�c Regiment of Italian Foot Guards defcrted; they were pjrt of tite Soldiers lately difmifted out of the Swifs Regiment Wirtjs, and who hud afterwards ialifted in that of the fa'td TtaJiiia Gt^rds.   The Merchants of a is City ate cuing out a. fecund hrge Settee t6 crot�r aga;nil the Baibcr)-rirates.who fttll con:irj'>e &rc4d> to interrupt our Commerce. Raw, y#fy 161 Otitbi 2 >(!> about jo Knights belong-ingto the-G4!ir� of Malt*, wbo lately, anchored at Porto d'Anrio, arrived i� 'his Cvf. *m&. on the *xd were introduced to �!!�Audience of the Pope, who prcfeoted each of ibein witu a Gold Medal. Nit* jufy The Court Galean, Aid de Camp to the King, a/nv'd here the totb, with Orders for di^giug a new wrt'DOtk on the Side of the Leropea, and paving order'J "tlie Engihtter* to msrk out the Giound, the next Day he let zoo Labourers to Work, who are now augmented to �{0�N and we flatter ourfelves. that irf two Yeats it will tfc ftdhcicnt tp cpntain Ships of a large Burden. Li king this Aug-mentation prcjuJicul ro_ in Commerce, Mr. Keese has made repeated Kcprefentations, in order to obtain the Revocation. By tin- Anfwers which-he has received, it appear*, that thtta will tic no DirEcuity in aboIiDiing tnc oc� Duties, if the Briuib' Court w U fupprefs thofe which tScy We impotVd on Spaniftt Goods. So thit it is foppctcd � the main Thing Jo Diipute is, which of the two U*jn> (hall fet the Example. Array, 4*gt# >S, Sentence* of Banimment. with tome Y^ruioaw MviM OQ the 6th, 7th, and 8vh'imbM bee--pafnj o� die ReiHindcr of the principal Acccjn^:cek in l|� lm Go*fg\mf. the Aj�ai is ia a JMk&Q** tcrusnuuc. Where rot a'ont prolific $nl f�irvjr� 1 M\t\ The vtrvdant  , Sini)i'v*s, arid ouilluuci thvi i^cinititf Ueatn* cjt �>->/. ^1 o� huvu al.iv I the rittimg Seafon' 8i�V      * Arid (let fiiisc* ti.et.ilt CrwMt tlici| l\v'n notv btij�i\\ /V?#w rtlttoks hef J^T^ Hi ad, To ile.p wholv Month*. In wtntcrVcKiMtn^ftti!, WiiiJc /tut*** pale, in IWlFet RfSbsWrty'd, l|.c\>Lrii hv Leaf, and thbir.vcn itiendty Shade* *! hen ht'rv. f-'t-rtumftus biiis the F.ir away,"v     t.-. J Let v\>) Fair tl.c gr .tciitt Call obry, >.S Trie Uoil lorlikcs      if w'f 'toftt. to DnyY > ,1 1^    A U T. 1! PR; sijrttfd* that the J>ireih>r� of the tvall ^^mI to (dve Nvnice at ]Mfchj�nla as i'owlvs it uaancy, Avouiltie. and others,winch it pofTeiTes in the Country of Gex. He, has likewife �Jrd to them* th^ Village of Rumn,of which t^e King hitht-rto held a Moiety, with a Clauie, that the ExtrciTc of the Roman CwhdJick Religion (hall be continued .herein j � alfj tltc Yil'age of Mallagru, and renocmces all his Pretention* r>n : ;� Trctiy.for toe Arrest of any Dcbncjoeau who m y t.t!:e Refuge in either's DomraioOs j and ths.Repuh'tci moreover engages ^ aever to grant a Piffage tbrjiagh iu T � the King's Enemies. >' ; "JiLtf* Mtpm, v*Vj�/ a 1. We htasr that the B trot d� $rW �W �v�y -#f i�a&rfv irons Chcbiictjo Harbour the 23d of JwTic, metitifiiusgi th*t he arrived at tea*'PUre the t>ay bei �re : And by an� o;oer Letter of the 28th from the f�0�e P!ice, five of,the i'ravfpoits. with the Settlers on board, were fete arrived ia that Harbuvur, and two iitare coining h C Thp roll of them were hourly expected. Yelterday their Graces, the Huke and Datcheftjosf Rich-* nrord set out frdtn their Houtc tn the Privy-Gardcrt, to embark on board the Kaibcjrir.e Yacht for Calais. Yerlerday dvrd at KnigfidbiiuW, aged ocnt eighty, Col. Howard, in o! Officer on H.lf Pay, and one of- his Ma-}^tty\ J^iUcrs of the I'-ece lor the City of VYeftmlnrter. We bear that a Treaty of Maruige is on Foot between the Right Hon. the L&rdGjerofor and Lady ttarlotte Seymour, f d well known to the ioge-�lous Part of Che World for his Knowledge ein Mccha-ntckt. ore , , For these few Days pail there has been a great Commotion ioShOfcdhch Panih, on an Apprcheniion that a Kcorrection had been begun in ; and feveral Witnefles have been, eaamin'd by the Map ft rates in relation thereto. YcAcrday 'twas faid, that Topijam. the ilrong Msn, find the Night before, with the Aihstance of fome S\irgc^us, got the oener of the Grave, though near eight Foot of Earth had Jbecn laid on him. Yesterday Morsung, between Three,and Four o'Clok, toon alter the Watch Wis gone off, fome Rogues broke into the Houfe of Mr. Crofsdale, the Role Alchoufc in Wsld-Streec. by sjsicnchinc the Shuucrs, and carried off a Quantity of Pewter, Brats, Wearing Apparel, ttc. The saaac Morning an Attempt was made, probably by the fasac Petfooa, to beeak totg two other Hoots* io the Neigh-Sjfl�iffi^rf^ r>y Tyifyt^'Rg if�T Shtfttfr?. -     _____- To DELIA. /ettiafiM      V��y�-H*t't'.      tk* CUfi 0/ tbt Stqfa. F'ROM proud A*pji*\ Pomp and icklyjoys. Whereon*dollKound laft s ev'ry H.our employ* Hale *c. my &J>+. to jroossUi Retreat, The Spot where T^tr has fia'd her SoJSUSMT Seat, Where the gay Ihroog thro'  Jt ^� per Cent tnttteft from the ^lfr>^W*lthTotlowinR, whivh undoubtedly will l>; clleitocd rtr/fttft'flhti icaionable, as thi>y now/ell at a confivieivd)I^Pfe4tti^,flntl^e l'hr �#^*tof tool, fer cent, to ^hltu Anouiik'S the livdt^^^^er^^vways thosj^hc prbfefr9>lh| the India Bond* ^�>|fV|^^hp^ts ^etfnied li Note?, earning XuMrreiV,l)�Vm|{'^his C^nvvTU^^***,' that the 1 tveclt ft, allo^cd.when fstA to tHt Utl B,ytoit.. it remalos in ihsj Hands tof the Seller *' *�>t �brjVca!L thtlr befnp fecure of Payittent of toHull Wone/ ^h.^;M^iihj>-No ice" given to.tho C>ratf ny, and alio twlrlj ukeniin . l>yinent at Par-for fjoptls/t their Sale*, haij^eff ^p^jMrir 1'ayment at Par-for fiootls At their Sale*, bail Crev.it in Tiow ef War, wish the tiAMUrraj be f large DUcountt'Whtcaihath been, a^iDjL a warramabli Motive for qic lianUfs �nCi?(| .their Ssrrlui C�lh in L0(|v.ite lit4  Jtft'hf iVljircfii by \shivh MUiir,. tm the ia'vf toth of 'i^^mb^^the Coits^ny will krt>w what B  -for, t^itir o,w^ frdprietors to rii.e a fulnclcnr'Stlm In foiifv I'.tyments of �| 1. per Cetit, each, to atifvcr that Pyrpofvi. and as it will 'hi Httunded with AJvanwjt�/�ye�y Proprietor .       to hftve his �SuareihereoU lot which-Purwfe, J*!'* ti'iw rtiould be mailt* out in 1'rofortiisti to each P(*rfon'e C*pi'al Stock, as was done in t(>e tlank Stock St�bf ,�f the CMmp^ny, ^ not to be ipieAlnrnd but It will lih the Approbhlon' of all the Ptoprieiors,' amongll whom It, Sir,     : ff. , . , Now, when th* Bond*,*vete { d%ow can. borrow at 3 per Cent^jn which Clfe furtl1* ** blame him for accept lug the lowed Iqtejvft. the Bond Debt of this Company ii upwards lion*, fo the takmg off 1 per Cent, Imerelt' will fsve the Company more tjwnaorse^ll,^.^ willareount to about'* and 1 4(H psr'Centk ----w their Capital. Jt ia not to be doub.ed bwt^ta OtjrA of this great Importaoce to the Company wi'l have Jt*> dae Wii^tit, and that the prcfent favouj-able Op|MitunHy wilt be Wifely embiaccd.  1 am, yours, 'i A PROPRIETOR. At Marybon rd*ni, on Friday ttext, by the? Dthttot feveral of the Nobility, will'be a Bajf. J t resented in Rntcrtainmeot not pcrtoim'd ikO^mmmmf Ve*rs> call'd the Harlot* 1 Progref*. The whole t� W *rfdk a grand Reprcfentatiou of Rsttsdagh-Gar^ena |s> the, JtMs>> ner they were decorated at the Jubilee Bsitt To trrgsa at five o'clock. Each PdrtoB to be aelo^Med tot  fine of Wioe or P�n�h. ,   

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