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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 23, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The #�MiL WE ONES DAT.  August 4j,   I74^> tkal% Angujt 21. A ME down and faiPd, the Hawk. Wilfon, for Smyrna. Wind EN.E vfj txttaS! of a trtttr frm Daotztck, date A Amgnfl 15. ' No   greater  Honour* could  polTibty be paid to Couat Sate ' daring the three or four Day*  which he refided at Potfbm. ' Peribn? of the higbeft DiftirKtion.  bat particularly the General and other Officers, llrove � who fliould beft^mske their Court to him.   The Kieg  received him, it**' well known, with high Diftinaioa. � and this great General had a long and fecret Conference  with his Majefty.  But what extremely furprizes People  it, that thi� polite Marfhal of France fhould go to pay  hi* Compliment* to neither of the Queens, which feem*  to hare been an indifoenfible Duty to fo gallant a Man  u thi� Hero of tNe Age ia reputed to be. '   Our AdVice* fronrthc Empire intimate, that laft Year  there weregreatMifanderftanding* between the Courts of � Mtntx and Manbrim, which arofe principally about the  Navigation of the Rhimm and as the neighbouring Princes  were likely to" feel the Conferences of this Quarrel, they  ufed their utmoft Effort* to bring Matters to an Accona  modation.   The two contending Court* themfclve* very  quickly likewife perceived, that they could not too foon � put an End to their Difpu'cs ; they therefore finer rely  rcfolved to accommodate their Differences ; and Succefs  anfwering, as it always does to the taking of joft Mea-  Cures, Pence was in a very little Time concluded, and � the Navigation of the RJ/mt better eflablifhed than it ha*  been in the Memory of Man, and in a more flourishing  Condition.  This Accommodation between  the two  Eleftoral Courts, ha� been followed by reciprocal Har-' mony, which infenfibly occasioned private Interviews,  and thefe will have their Confluence*.' lubeck, Auguji at. The Swediih Men of War and frigates, which were cruizing in the Baltick, have been fuddenly recalled, and mod of the Seamen at Carclfcrooa licenfed to depart. The Diftemper amongft the Horned Cattle grows wc fe and worfe in Livonia, more especially jn the Neighbourhood of Riga. Furma, Auguji 16. The Locufta have advanced to Schwechat, within ico Leagues of this Capital, where oar Consternation is fo great, that publiclt Prayer* are appointed to deprecate this n.oiiom Arrow of the Wrath of the Almighty. Laft Monday a lire broke out at Troiiog, oa the Confines of Moravia and Hungary, which reduced the whole Borough with the Church, to AJhes. Bern, Aagujl 14. It was propos'd in the Council US Friday to banifh the State Piifoners, and all, except two, tvere led out of Town Yefterd*y Morning by the Prcvots. and permitted to go where the^ plcalc out of the Swift Territories. Rene, Auguji 5. Our laft Letters from Nap'es inform ut, that the Merchant Amendola i� become Bankrupt for locooo Ducats, and has taken Refuge in one of the Churches. Ltgborn, Auguji 8. By a Swediih Ship arrived at this Port from Sailer, we have Letters which import, that the Plague makes horrible Ravages in the Wcltcrn Parts of Africa. Malta, Auguji 10. The Grand Maftcr has declared the Greek, who kept the Coffee Houfe, and by that Means had an Opportunity of ttctefltng and difcovering the late Confpiracy, a Knight of the Order, made him a Prefent of ten thou (and Crowns in ready Money, to put h'mfe'f in a proper Equipage, added a Petition of four hundred Irowni a Quarter, and promifed bim the firtlCommandery that fhall become vacant. Paris, Auguji 27.   This Court has receiv'd Adrice, that  flcian to the Middlesex Hofpital. The Ma)flower, Capt. Tomlinfon. for Barbados* from Lancafter, was overfct coming up the River i the VctTcl fill'd with W.tcr, and three CullomHoufe Officers and fevcral Hands were drotvn'd. We have an Account from Bedford, that laft Friday Morning  a young Man,- a Farmer,  about two Mdcs from that Place, who has been for fome Time diforder'd jn Mind, fet Fire to his own Houfe, which entirely coo-lorn'd the fame, with all the Ouihoufes. Barns, Ricks of Com, 4c. and the Fire being very violent, commuoica-M itfelf to two other coefiderable Farm-Houfes. and burnt tot fame to the Ground, with Barns, Sec. and the Crops Of the prefent Year, which had been but juft got io; and hkewife eight fmali Tenements.   This unhappy young Mao bad the fame Morning attempted to fhoot ni� Mother, *h�n failing in his horrid Dcfign, he took Horle. and **nt a little Way, but prefenUy returo'd, and" commtttea lis /i-""""7 ' tur"c> ����" carnea ami to a acighbourtng Wk   '      Wh�m he Waj C0'�m>neiJ to Bedford G*oL Lew." a? ^ C'P'- Holm�"t who was condemnd at swes Affixes, and whofc Execuiion was fcad for Satur- day but, has throork the lotatdEoa ofhit Friend* bbtaia'd m Montis'* Retpiar. Ydkrdiy M#rcra� was tstrri^d at St B*anet,i Church, Dodon CbtamoB*, Capt. Preftdn, to Mifi Polly Sattkeld, yowagtft Dacgbter of Mr. Sahkesdt of Bartholomew Lane: A yoceg Lady of Beaoty mad Merit fuficieot ta make the Marriage State happy \ eAenlay was married at St Dusfian * ia the Weft, Mr Fofter, an caaiacat DraggiA of Chandoa-Strrer, to Mils' Moon, of Flea-Street. 0� Moaday Morsuag died at hi* Brother's Houfe nt MiJe-ErJ. Mr. William Stradey. lately an eminent Linncn -Draper of Whkechafel. A (cm Day* fiaee died at his Lodging* at Hampton. Charles Upton). E% Soa dt that great Mailer of Grammar and CLtftxal Learaiag wfaofe Death wat mcntiou'd a few Day* ago, aad a Coaunaader to the Royal Navy. Hi Coaatiy hath lot by hh Death a good and'huraane Officer, for he was beloved by his People, and hit Family and Ac qoafatancet a Mas of Probity and Honour. Early YeSzstiay Mondag ajn elderly Woman was run over by a Cart, *rho was croffaf Mile-End'Road, and died  few Miaote* after. Lai Moaday Night, about Tea o'Clock, Mr. Burtowi, a Grocer, at RatdiC-Crofs, Mr. Stocker, a Brew eh, and a third Pcrfoa of that Neighboufhood, were all robbed withia a few Miaotes of each other, in the new Opening at the Bottom of Loadon-Srxect. RatclifF. by three Villains, who tripped op thesr Heels, and took from them their Watches, hfoaey. aad Silver Buckles. Ptaitn Cm**  Rirening will be prefented aa f.atertasaxscvt not pr^onn d there thcic twenty Years, cail'd tbe H*=L.�"i Piogrrf* The wJ.o'.e to conclude with a grand Reprcfmsaaosa luta Ac* tix Valm ml any (Kiannry of Cauda, trtm �ok FartSutg (a tmm-.y irven Shilling*. 7. i able, of InCmO. (nkaa �ac U*y t� tWIw Muaih,, and liuaa 11, to i b-y 'fur tbt />..� - ' th, O-J^'tl fi-lit t,  r'r.uJ this  bay krt pullijh\iy EDMUND! HALLEJI. ASTUONOMt dum viwnt ft cow. tkwtm as ritoNOv�ic\�. _._ Lundiai,  �prfi Qub Innr*._ � CurtoiniHou'fe, "fvniffcfrsn, Augiitt tt, 174V B2* OrJrr tf tef //*vrtm�/A- C^nmj^oKrri tf Hi ifafrjy't Caflem, ivitt h fM, im th hug-Rpcn i* fit Cy.�w-Htufi, on Friiity tit 2$tif of Atogxjf, i;*d, tdl h thit dut crt lhfniJ Cmfany't FtitJt. Ami thy th.fwttvr givt A'a/j.V, tkit tbc&^^iTi'iM/iirtt* wiiinohvt 'ItnJ.tsfo'- lmM�g th (l*nf,njtf�i&$HMt �/!A&aiy ttfcm thir RottA, �t th A'. nrittg to hrvt tie faint ttidtifiJ to h nmiimttd tit far         Otflfn^l, It * appohjtul to tie held Tomorrnw, the lath tMMnt, at the Januivl Huufa in Rothcrhilhe, at Niat o'Clixit In tin Forenoon._ SPRING GARDENS,  VAllX-HALL. THE    ENTERTAINMENT    of    tj�ls   PliCC _will cn>( they will not i*A to meet on Thmi-ay new. by Th/ce o'clock in the Afternoon, at the Ilonfe of Mt. Uuiton, known hy the 3*tn of th* Rt>ck Hotfr nt r St. Maiesret't Hill, in lie Itorough of SouiWark, in Older to perfect the Sieiiin| of a (miner In-Itrument fur the employing ot  Gerittemjn {t rufuidr Atturnrv it Law) to uhlige the Perfunt concern d in the afdrcl'iltl Wiiet to rcnd.-i a Juft, fair and leeyl Areounf. Kute, A Oentlem.m of Fortune 11 drterminsil to 'alee fhii Affitr in Hand, to prevent the frequent and nnny InipofitinrH that the biave Sailori nre liable li |'ihii L'ndtttali.ri , ond �ll Per foil 1 j or 'luieo, mid N '/n.'th KnilJiip, 'l.�a� dellrej unanmniifli to meet un TliuiMny nx', mrtly n Seven m the M"fi�-111)1, at the t'tof'-Keyj, 1 o� ei ko)jl, Wm.ng Stieet, mi |mhk.i|.�f Art'am f.'f ths Rttivery nt the l'i ./e-M. v-\ due to the fjid !>hi(h Com-pjmci [ theiefore every I'crfrn intcrelted hrrtin .lie ici|.i.ird nut lu tul meeting at the Time, menliun'd. H E RE A S  there   huVe "Ijeen'- i~i-v\ ral Advrrtifemrntt rtUting to the fiver-l Siii|H (o'Tip.uiiei who were at the taking of two DuUh Ship U-Cwrul OiiArlan flay and Ma-tione, anil the faid fthipi Ciiiipanici nave nut accordingly, and h��� heard norhhif In their Satlifietiod j lhi| 11 thercfurc tu �t t them at the Hum and Keatlien In Deitn'i Cmirt, St. I'ml'a Cliurrli \ ard. Tomorrow, the 14th inflant, between the llmm uf t-ig>>' and I'v,e(ve in the Mornlnr, wlic^e tluy will hear of lorm'Tliing tu titer Advantage vjrunt  at   or !>� ore and a Miltrefi'i I'Urr  f a IV Iviufe, within feven MJea of London. The Sulaty ull>>w\l 11 jol. a /car, itl. for the Maitir, and 81. for the Millrrfi, with Diet, A;.. If .1 m.rrird Mjiv and hi Wife, without more Kaiti Iv, havm(! unra-ceptionabJe C'ruincirrt, ilrliie fuch an Employ, by fmdiny j I. nr tn U-tron't Co.l'rc-Hiiule in Cuinhill, dirr'ted to I.. 1.. I'n'rnliinj nhera thry may be fpuke Hith, they will luVe taifher Infitriniium. Nrlr, The Maltrc mull be able to kejp ilu  Worlle ut Unn nig the Clulditn to trad. Auguji it,  1 Woman  w'io li.nl J \ Elitabed TH E K E will be Mlchaclmii ne�t, a Matter ai WHEREAS a poor nii'curticd but lour L'ayi, in I wji n a vary lamunlnnf nji-tlon, Name Ann Buydcn, wai br<.u,h huh b K Sufptcion 'kat lln'� 1'iiie �'l 111)1 � nuiut) � n  m-n.iKccl to pment Eipvinr. Whocvei cm ^i*e Infuiit>'tivn v.tie.� the iuii^ej, and v. ho wat tiim irncd In can) hrr * uf, flwll n � en *  C itiiiea Krv I ilc ' 'ii b    ' The        JU   I.   V    I IWaca'   1 - i'.i 1 .1   > , �    .1 '11
                            

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