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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 29, 1749, London, Middlesex                                Tl T U E S D AY*  A u oust       v 1749. A*g*Jt 27 O Ship    in tt* Downs.  Wind N'or.1. EaiL YePenbr arrived a Mail from Holland and om from France. AV/&-*. Ar�yr �a. The King cast oc Wecneiday laft for the firll lisnt libit Seiion 10take the Divert-on of fhoo-ieg Piuafanrs, and lit* sVfajrfly fhot forty two. The Ma-gifbates of Health haveabcidgnJ the Term of Quarantine that the Ship* which enter into the Ports of this kingdom have been obliged to coferre : That for VesTcls coating ftom Leghorn has bees reduced to (tvtn Days, and fourteen for thofe which cone frrta tie Ere*e�a&tcal Territories. Cardinal ArckbULep �reot YeSeriay to the Convent of Miracles, on Account of tome Differences anfen between (he Abbef* and the Njdi of thai Mooaftery, and after a fbrt& Examination, hs� Eminence ordered twd of the Nuns, wko acenfed of hariag intended to have rationed the Abbef*. to be carried into the Greek? Tower. Gt*ta, A*gx$ 16 All oar Advice* from C�.fica, Sardinia and Sicily, a tanisaonlrj agree, that there has been (tin Tear a very �ZcnUrojl Cbra-Harvcft in theft Iflandi. Ugterti, J*t*f ,D- According to oar laft Letters from Sicilv, there has been* at MetEna a terrible Earthquake, watch ha* thrown down fcrenVHoofes hx tKat City, and niany of the. Inhabi aau have bsea buried in the Ruins. " jlfa/,**- A*t*P tg. Our Serene Duke, accompanied by the Hereditary Pirnce and the Princrffw, arrived here Yeftcnby from Saffado, he afterwards affificd at a Te Dctia which wza fang in the great Church, and then tttoracd to Saffoolo. It's i.eponed that the Infant Duke of iPattna will next Month pay a Vint to his Serene tttgfcacfs, and that they will afterwards go together to !&t4*, danfl 16. They write from Tortona, that rite Cauoja-Hotiic Officers of that Tcmtoryhad,, by Order of the Court of Turin, a few Dav* ago liopt Part of the f�uipagc of M. D-tcazxo, MisiiiVT^Plrrpotentiary from the Rcpublick of Genoa to Vienna; because be who had the Charge thereof, refafed to pay the Duties of the Paf- unfh in his Domiidoite, h� dedar'd that if any Protettants are welling,to fettle at hienz, he will grant them f Church to perform Dtttic S�n*ce in. or ihat if they chafe rather to edabltth trcmbtltci ax C*i!il. fee will butld them aChurch there. BruftL. 1 "Tis aifur'd that all the old Coin of t'l* Louctiy wi!" be defied dmn, as foon as there i� a tuffisicat t>ja��t 1 e! csvr fcr tic Service of the Publick We tcain Jroei t>aJt rk. thai the Works there are begua to be dcmoJsii'J. �= tie �"�cfcnoeof foa;e Enghfh En^iaeex�, agr�c^>le to wha: was d:calucd bv me Treaty of Aix la ttr/^uM, ^>i-,- -S L'j'-oi Receipt of the News of t-'apc Erecun � U.~-rg �.*i,;fj by use KngLfh, his Majclly Of'etcd U�c M^n; - ^ -s r.-i.eu* tj dcvl-uxio the Ea:l cl ��* Albemarle, tu; it; t^l ci Suflex aud Lord Caihcait *�c � Lt&cs.j . tiit thij iui Mrjctly fhould tegard at a Mark of Fritnduiip of the King of Great Britain, if he would be pleafrd to permit them to (lay frtmt time longer at hit Court, hit Majefyr being infinitely fatisticd with their Be>aH6ur. Patii A la Mot*; $(ft. t. The lift Advices from Genoa bring, that nolwithltandtng the Allurement of the fix Croflts of the Order of St. Lewis, fent to the Marquis de Curfay by the lad Mrffenger difpitched to him from Verfailles, to be difpofed of nmongft the Corftcans, many People con elude, from the Repugnance which thefe IfUnders (hew to return under the Obedience of the Republick, that this Affair is far from being; brought near its Conclunon. The two Wings of the Roy&l Court of the CalUa of Verfailles are going to be pulled down, and to be rebuilt in ForiM of a Half-Moon t and it is altarcd, that whilft this is doing, which it it faid will not be left than three Years, the King will be in the Summer either at Marly, Meudon, Choify, Fontainbteau, or Compeigne, and that his Majefty will psfs the Winter at Paris,' The fiilhop of Rennes, lately Ambaflador from the King to the Court of Spain, was Ian Thurfday elected to fupply the Place in the French Academy, vacant by the Death of Cardinal dc Rohan. Rotterdam, Sept. a. Yeflcrday the Englilh edablilh'd in thi' City,,celebrated the Birth-Day of the Prince Sudt-holder with great Splendour. There was a vtry magnificent Ball upon this Occaftoo, where the Company was very brillant, and every Thing was conducted with great Decorum. Antfifrdam, Stft; 4. Private Advices from Paris import, that -an Account has been tecciv'd there of a quadruple Alliance being concluded between his Moft Chrillian Ma-jelly and three Courts, the Motive of which is to fecure the' Peace and Tranquility of the North, aed that they were j 1 Hopes, by this Means, to prevent the TroubUs watch Iccm'd 10 be breaking out. It's atlJrd, that there was great Talk there of a Negeciation being upon the Carpet, for regulating the Succelhon of a Dutchy in Ger many, in cafe the running Prince fhould die without Male ItTue.    ' Hoguf, Sfft 2.  The Wcfl India Company deliberated Yeflcrday u^on the Propofat for coriferfing upon t!.e Prince Stadtholdet, the Government and general DireQioo of that Company, and of the Eftabjifhments that belong W lr,' upon the ijtmc Pooling, and with the fame Prerogatives at he enjoys as Governor of the E�U-fndia Company. i      O     N     O     O     N. Mclchior Gay Dickens, E(q� lately Resident at Stock holm, is appointed Envoy Extraordinary to Raffia 1 and this Wock he fees out for Petersburg on his Embaft'y,. The Good latent, fidfwell, arrived at Cowes the a6th inftant irom Rotterdam, having ft; large (lumber of Palatine Paflcngers on board. A famous Preacher among the Lotheran* in.tKa palatinate is arriv'd here, in Order to go to Nova Scotia with the Palatines who are going thither. Cominifltoner -Hughes, late one of the Cornmiffluner* of Chatham-Yard, is appointed onj of the Cdnimiffioners of the Navy Office. ' . There were above fifty1'Petfons In the POUltrv-Comptei*, for Debt, *c. 'when the Fira happen'd'on Sunday lull, and were let at Liberty for fear of being burnt j about forty of them are fince returned. The Felons in the faid Prifon, nine in Number, cleaned at the tame Time, and only one of them ha* been retaken. Laft Week died at South-Mims in Hertfordfhire, ^-4 Mimms, Efqt who had a confiderable Rftatc there,. He ; was Father to Mr. Mimms, his Majefty'a Glaaier.      They write from Pool in DoifetQiirei that Yeflcrday wai fe'nnight died there Mr. Matthew Edwards, an eminent and wealthy Shipwright. On Saturday was play'd before the Duke of Cumberland, an Engine made by MeiT. Ncwthatn and Ragg for hit RoyaJ Highnefs's Scat at Wiitdfbr, which gave great Satif-faftion. Yelierday Morning, about Two o'Clock, Mr. Colly, an eminent Merchant, with three other Gentlemen, were attacked in St. Paul's Church-Yard by four Fellows in Sailars Habits i but one of the Gentlerr.cn ftruck a Piilol out of the Hand of one of the Villains, aud feci)red him, and carried him to Wood-Street Compter j the other three made off. Yefterday  Woman was committed to the Compter for decoying a young Child from it's- Parents lioufe in Wliitecrofs Street, and detaining the Child from them three Weeks, and in that T^mc begging about the Streets with it. Yeflcrday a Man near the Sheep. Pent in Weft Smithfield was tofs'd and terribly gor'd by *>n Ox. He was carried to the Hofpital, but it's thought he cannot recover. Yeflcrday a young Man was found downed in the River by Blackwall 1 he was known to be one that was going for the Welt Iridiei. Briflel, Jugufl t6. We hear from Swindon near Marlborough in Wilts, that laft Saturday Morning James Poole, alias Jonet. and Michael Keys (who Utcly kept a Wine-Cellar at Bill) were apprehended at the Bell Inn in that Town lur robbing on the Highway, and committed by Thomas Batfon and William Lyddiard, Bfqrt. to Saliibory Gaol. Thefe Fellows have infeftcd thofe Parts upwards of thiie Weeks pair, and have committed fcvcral Robberies on the Bath Road, between Hqngcrford and Sandy Lane, particularly a Landau and Coach near Hunger ford. LaA Thurfday. ab >ut Five o'Clock jn the Evening, Jo-feph Abfeny, the foreign Sajlor, who was condemned at GlouLUlcr fwr the Murder of Mary Wtliihue, the young Servant Maid, uur the White lad it-;, was brought from tSat Cuy. cbatn'd on Hotftbhtk; aodguirdtd by fe�cof the Sherid't Officers, to the Fountain In* without Law-ford's Gate, where newts vifited by both Pfoteftaat aoA Romid Mlnifttru he being a Roman CathoRck. fee all Appearance he ftem'd to be vc^y penitent," and defired tjht Prayers of the People for hUjpobr Soul. Yefterday a little before Ten o'clock in the Morning; he was convey'd in a Carl to Dttrdham Down, where afntt fomc Time fpent in Prayer; he waa executed on the fun* Gibbet with Burnet and Pain (who fufFcred Death forth* Murder of the late Sir Robert Cannes Coachman fcvctal Years fince) and after*ards hung in Chains thereon. Before he was turned off, he refufed the A&itance of all theProteRant Miniftert thathatl attended him feveral Ttmeiw declaring he died in the Catholick Faith. He expreffed a great Concern, before hit Execution, at his being to be hung in Chains, and faid, he did not cat* if they quartered his Body, fo that it was not be hurg up itrthe~Air for Prey to the Birds. The fame Morning, about Eleven o'Clock, Jeremiah. Hayea, a Native of Ireland, and a Aout Seaman, .condcinaM - for the Murder of Eleanor D'tllar.', by tying her up in a Sack, and throwing twv into tit* Ritter, (ia Concert witla two other Seamen not yet apprehended) was convey*d in a Cart from Newgate, attendf  MichwPt Hill, and there executed on the Gallows� he dying a Romm Cathotick. � Whi?o irt the cbndemn'd Room, a few Hours before alt Execution, hedeclsr'd htntfclf innocent to divett Perioaa-A few Days ago he fent for his Profccutota, ia order to forgive them ; and becaufe they did not come, he per-filled that it was a ilrong Inllance of his Innoeency, and of their having fworn falfly againil him : That he loog'd for the Time to depart this Lite, aud that every Hour (cemM as a Year. ^ , He cortfefs'd he hat) been guilty of'the common Vicea of the Age, as that of Wiring, Drinking, Curfigg, Sweating, See. but not of the Crime for whica he waa- to toufia; his Life. '             � Laft Wednefday a poor Woman, who had bee* formally in good Circumftances, went from the Poor-Hoafe witjb� out Lawford's, where fhe had been fettled by Use Parifli OHicert, and flung herfelf into the River iaar ftmtal* Mills i fhe Was foon after taken oar, but there apptftVa i*� Signs of Life. Edi�Lrjb, jtow/l�>. Sunday Afternoon, a poorBor, deprived of his Judgment, in this Place, diverting hlndelf on the Caftle-Htll, ear of the Berries called Deadly Night-^ made, which killed him in about half an Hour after. Friday hft Mr. David Paterfon, Prifoncr here for fota* Time part, for marrying Persons clanderAinely, wa� Ubevats by Warrant of the JufTtcu of Peace, upon his cnaQta^ Mmfelf to depart the City and Liberties, never to mom under Pain of intarccration for three Years in the ffdefe of Correction. , ' We are told that the Rev. Mr. Ralph Er&'ne is going t� profecute before the CommiiTariea the Gibbite Party, for delivering him and feveral of his Brethren over i.o Sataa* without having proper Authority  rc >r^ird at the Jubilee Ball. To b-gtn at Five o Clock Ea�-:> Pcdon to be admitted far a Ptct of Wine or Punch At the Nrw Will* irt Goad/nan's Fields, thu pretest Evening, will be pctfgrnVd, a new Latcrtainaxii^ c*i; i   

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