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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 4, 1749, London, Middlesex                                \ The  Daily- Advertifer. fcSY M O ^IdIa Y,  Sept emu �"* 4,   1740. 0r-t#, September %, |.\MK down and fail'd, the Britannia, Porca% for Malaga; the Europe, Kemp, for MarfaVw; the Marma-dake. Bowman, for Lifbon; the Thames Frigate. Dobbins, for-; the Tagus, Clements, for -; the Elizabeth. SYtrcn*. for Dublin; and the Lapwing, Cheync. fbt India. my*^ ii I i � �     Arm'd, the Dettingen, Lovelace, aaJ tb� Morning' star. Dale, bath from Jamaica. The India Yacht remaics.   Wind S. W. Since oar laft artir'd a Mail from Hot,t.a_ 0. Ceffijutittflr, J*$r 24. Some Advices from Babylon bring an Account, that Soljtnan, formerly Cheaia of that Town, and trace made Pafcha of Bafibra, sras march'd and arriv*d at the Head of thirty thousand Men before Babylon, and demanded Entrance into that City; that Haftgy Mehemet, the actual Pafcha, had feat oat his Cheaia to know the Reafon of his Arrival with fuch a Force j bat inftead of returning an Anfarer, he had dettin'd and imprifon'd him. There are alfo fome Coaunorions of Re- v beUton toward* Synofe. on the Black Sea, bat fome Forces arc few from hence to aifift in quelling it. MaJriJ, j&>��/ 18. Notwithftanding what has been fug-gefted by the jmblick Newt Papers, the Court has not renounced the Enierprijie concerted againft _the Algerinea : On the *6utiar/i the Picoaraiions for that Expedition are continued, and Admiral Regno is 'fixed on fbt command jng the Squadron which is to bosnbird Algiers. .   Gtma, Aagmfi 17.   We have certain Advice, that the "Plague rages at Algiers, an J that it begins to'appear, and  increafo with the Heat, ax Smyrna, and fome other Places . hi rho Levant; upon which being inform'd, that the Cor-isifs of Barbaiy appear again in great Numbers in the Medtterraneai}, onr Magifiratc of Health has thought pro-�er to goard againft the Communication of that dreadful Malady, by iffuing a. Decree, which fabjefb to a Quarantine cf fifteen Day*, every. Ship which arrives in this Port from the Coaft of Tofcany. - The Report gams groond, that a Treaty i� dar advanced betweeni this Repablkk and she Coons of Verfailles and Madrid, by Virtue of which the Kingdom of Codka writ be yielded to the Intant Dob Philip, in lieu of aconfi-dcrahteSam which oar GoverooieBt is to receive from Spa)o. ' iVan*, Agtf *J- We are laid to be upon the Point .of a great Change tn tbe Miniftry, to the no fmall Saiif-faction of thole People, who arc diftreffed by, and therefore greatly irritated again* tie ptricnt. Many Frenchmen 'have already quitted their Potts. "Tit faid yrc (ball not fee the Infanta till the latter End of cSober. t&km, dqptjt a�. Wc arc affined that the Ccmgrefs which has been fo long talk'd of will atTcmble in a very !Iittle Time at Cremona, Miai&ers from the Courts of Vienna. Vetaailles, Madrid., and, Parpu, beng daily expected there, where they are to fettle the Tranquility of Italy on a foSd Foundation.;.." Btrme, Jzgmft js- The Procaeoangs on account of tbe late Conspiracy arec&dcd,bp aSJdtestce p�0ed againft five of the Accomplices in the Coidpirary who cicaped to be quarter'd ^ And a Inward of tooo Crowns is promifed l�amomfocver'fhall produce them living, and S�� *f dead, iStith ah entire Exemphon from Puai&ment in cafe they bfll jhem by any Means or Method whaiioercr. "L " g�, &//. z. According to private Advices from �w, the r*itBcc SuccciTor 10 the Throne of Sweden &�& by1 Order of tit Kitg of Sweden, communicated his Semiraeaf* to tfca: Conn, relating to the Conftitution of that SUngaom. wufc wi,ich her Imperial Majcfty feeai'd very well fatisited, and 'twas" hoped would be the Means of maintainicig Peace in the North. Pcrh, Sept. $. Ta (aid the King will make a Voyage to Havredc Grace, and that his Majesty intends to fet out On the toth t^ttant. - Hegw, Seft> to. On the Sth inflant tbe Duke of Richmond took his Lesve of their Royal and Serene HigWtTes the Pnace StsdiLoWer ai^d the Princcfs his Coafort, u:i thr lime Ercniag fei out for France. TRhe fame D*j Sit Charles Hanbuty Williams arrived at the Hague, acid was prcfemcd to taeir Serene tiighnelTea, who gave him a grscioaj Reception. L     O     N      DO     N. By a private; Letter from Amfierdam, dated Stp:ember 5, we learn, that the Whale Fi&ery in Davit'a Streets has been crceedtsg profperoas this Seafqo, infomitch that fBrty.one patcn-Shipi have take* asuongil them two hundred and ftrc Fiih, making eight ihoafand feven hundred and-four Cafks of Biubber; that foar Vcffeli from Hamburgh have taken fifteen Fim and a half, and the red of the Ships employed in that Fuhery, roar Fiih and a half amongft them. They write from Petrifburg, tba: many People thcrelan; of Opinion. no;wi>htlanding ail the Expedients which have been devifed to prevent it, a War will fpecdily break out i� the North. Private Letters from Drefdca fay. that the feven Cbells of Porcelain feet to Hamburgh, as a Prefent to Mar thai Saxe from hb Poliih Majcfty, are worth fifty thoufand Rix Dollars. We hear that his MajeJy fca> been pleafed to grant a Pardon to the late Kprl of Crcmaitir, tinder ceitain Reflriilion*. We are aMor'd that the Number of Pcrfona againft whom Profecqtioni arc qrdcr'd to he commenced lor drawing Anificers oat of the Kingdom, contrary to the Statute* in (hat Cafe made and provided, is seventeen, moft of whom are Principals in tost ciandriiiRc A5air. Tomorrow aCottrt of Aldermen will he held at Guildhall,- when the two Gentlemen who were lately chadrn Sfcerig*, will givc m la?ir Anf^ver. La9 Friday Alderman Whimber wa� fworn in Mailer the Wotfhiphtl Company of Cloiworkcrs. A few Days fince died at hh Sat near Majdftone in Jvent, Arthur Harrii. Efq; formerly an eminent Hoficr in Chcapfidt, who had fin'd for Sheriff or this City, and fcrv'd the Office of High Sheriff of the County of Kent. Laft Saturday Morning died at Barnes in Sorry, the Rev. Dr. Baker, Minifter of that Place, Rector of St.,Michael in Cornhill, >and Refidcntury of St. Paal't. Ycderday died the Rev. Mr. Delaguard, Lecturer of St. John's in South wtrk. Vefterday a Boat that was going with eight Perfatifr from Somerfet Stairs to the other Side the Water, .wa* funk foort after it p� off by a fudden Guft of Wind, .five of them were, drown'd, and the other three were faved by the Affiftance of fome Wntemen. On Friday itf the Afternoon a Boat in Avhich were fiveral Perfoni going for Woolwich, r*n foul of the Elizabeth and Ann, Capt. Chambers, lying off Hoidjrdown Chain, by which Accident two young Men were drown'd i their Bodies were taken upon Saturday.'      ., .      V On Saturday Morntng the Son of Mr. Taylor, a Cuflom-.houfe Officer, Apprentice to Mr. Davis, Coal-Merchant in White-Fryars, was kicked by one of his Mailer's Horfe* upon the Breafti of which he taogoiflted about an Hour, and then died in extreme Agony. , The fame Evening as the Son of Mr. Godfry; a Painter, of Ruffcl Street, BToomfbury, was waihing with fevera( other Boys in a Pond at Tottenham Con ft. br?      unfortunately drowned!  "~     " On Satorday about Noon a Man well dreft'd had at the; End of Cornhill the Misfortune to be run bvet by a Cart, and* had one of his Thighs broke.     :. Laft Friday Night was committed to Newgate by Jufticc .Fielding, James Smith, of Worfted in the County ot Norfolk, for Running uncuflom'd Goods; and not iurrender-ing himfclf according to his Majclty's Proclamation of June, 1747. * .Early on Saturday Morning laft, feveral Perfons that had been with; Goods to the Fair, at Beggara-Buih on Enfield-Chace, were by a Gang of Fellows robb'd of their Money on thet> Return to Town j two Women were very ill treated by them. \ A few Days ago a Sharper well dreffed went to the Hoofe of Mr*. Afcum, a Brewer, at Knight/bridge, and enquired for a Widow Gentlewoman who was lame, and lodged there for the Benefit of her Health; and being introduced to her, told her; that'he came, by the Defire of a Right Rev. Bifhop, who knew her Hufband, to. fet that fhe was taken Care of, and to effift her all that lay in his' Power; oh which the Gentlewoman thanked him : Bat he taking Occafion to find Ftpitc with the Smallnefs of the Room, and feeing another forward more airyv walkdJa, ad taM -f'fto Mr. Arnaud, Author of the Treatife on IX m]a � Rup-turei� pubtith'd by A. Millar.   She Uvea at No. a. Mattlet-Court, Bow-Street^ Covcni-Garden. SI K, READING a few Day* ago in your ParW th*e Adv#r-ttfemeht concerning the poor Man's Lot* �f his Wife by the Midwife's Fault, and his good Advice to all Women in that Cafe to fmd to Men-M�dvire>, as being metre knowing, having ilmtied particularly on that Cife, which Women have not, thertforecaortbt ceHalnlr know how to afl in many CiKUntftittces which often frappeny broe^hV me to confider with m|ftrr what can be tt.e Reafon. fince it i� much thefafer Way to rnske Ufe of D>clor�. ton alt Women do not always fend {or them, unUfi tt that it is more chargeable; which is in all Prolability O'tegencat Reafon why they are not fent for by the poo er Sort tiil the laft Extremity, and which often proves to b; too late, to the Coll, fometimcs. ol the Lives o� b�th M ther and Child. Which Rialbn I remit to the vlonfidrratioti of. thofe Gentlemen, in whofe Power alone it He* to remrdy. this Evil, b* making, that hot ontv the extreme Poir, but alfo the midling Poor, may as eaiilv and reafonibly htve their Affiftancc as they have that of Midwives. -J am fure they would get more at the Ejd, by the Number- tfeey wouid l�y � and alfo, have the"comfortable �*a^iion> of having, perhaps^ faved the Livctof n�aty.    Y- or* fte, B- AN  K  R  VP T.     ; Samuel Willi*, of Maze>P u!�iy �of Surry,'Corttfaapf.: | . . Saturday Bank Stfi outh-Sea Stock, 11714th.  Ditto Ohl ,tie*, 107 7 8ths.  Ditto New, i'ie-6 5 8th�r' lla��k An.,t ^-ties 1746, 104 7 8ihs.   Ditto �747t *oc 7 JliHit.   s>i** j Lottery 1747, 104 7 iih|;  Bank Anooities  ^-'14$, 7 8ths.  Ditto i?49, joj 7 gths.  Three jcr CV-- A nuitie* 10014th.  Million Bank, no Price.   Er>. - ,'* , no Price. Royal Afl'ura�ce, no Price. Loridc-rt A?^.-    ; 00 Price.   Englifh Copper, $\ jssj   Sevee'dcr't -u peror's Loan,  146.   Five f er Cent.- ditto, 78.   Batik t. culauon, el. 17s. 6d.   Indta'Bondt il 191. a tl.   TJ;n:� 1 half Salt Tallies 1 745, tot. Difc.  Ttuttfic Cent. Ea chequer Orders, no Prite. . : ................�'�.........ii.....1.   imni.i" ; ii.) m>i' i'i.i mi i�in�  mil..... V Thtt Day ii pnblijb'-di  (j*tt(ic dd.}, . lUuflraitd wi'li � nnt ami treru f'irtv jfri�i'� f Jti��t >t�  a At.-. �tum0 sn ry pf Cionllcn, CL'aBJ�f f> i� againft Stlf Mitder. A new �n4 impr^oat Hjt"Khefti of ism C.-A Thunder and iJ^ite .inf. Of OjkpUn'' a[, *nl �tt i>r*l ia�sttt�^j�-fi to the Nation. A Oftrp'ion ol ifx \(lxn4 ii M^lu. p,nr j � modern C*iiraSler.. Obfervitro.tt on EUvii'tity, A (fcail�� u� Paluh( Mr'i, and a (icoir.ttr ct�, Eiatntlont, Storma. Fir 1. f.4 th�t Mti*mu t Promotioiii," MariiSfM an.l Oirtli�, Dfathi, Han^tufU, fcitn of S'ucik* lot each Oar, Montlilv >M> ut' M>*rutitjr, Caulcgut �( B> *�. This Day u puiflifi^i^   ( Prue u iL) lllkJIrfttJ tijijb a cuntut E'g'jtviitf 'J 'it R;jJ F^Uit (f tUmfttm-Cenrl 1 A Jim titid >/ i'ltilip II- ICn^ y j/rf --r,,. m H'ff f s.' >' /> ?�jl Br�' � Number XXXI.   Vol V.   ./ THE   UNIVERSAL   MAGAZINE -of Knowledge and PUafure, t k at it lbi�i��, A Oefcrptiun ot ilic Koyai Faljca ot Himptwn-Couit. Th* A�C4i�as of Dr�on(nfe funiiijurj. 'Ihr Eaecutn� ofiJiif Jamr Or�y, �K. AJ. vita to yaona Clogyin. n. Wjpt'a RftKil- n. T-:> %if)g'*^Vot �*�*-duici. Tha Um�>� Oai..rJ tltj.u(�(i*i v�afc AnSV(hi-�/ C-in:tt, A>c. A Dtfctijnoo ot L l\nn, I'nleUj, A;c. wth f!jm- 'con" ' 'fc^-.i >xh Ohurebai. A Letter limn l*r.I \)t4i*j t� hit \\\'e tJlji J�ne I'-rtyt' bath uni r Se.-iUncc ol llnili. A t-oim ui a If etc L .rr-l. Ctt. Hx-marki 1(1 a t'.iia-itl.-t, t.U'd '/ it FtpUit'ij J%J .V , � , / v�;l'�; "J i>a!-fv.*l ibt fLtl'f /.'/-^j. Ittinaifct u� il,c JJrit fit jc4 l*ij'�h Fi henei l*to t itih I'.rl./tir^nt. Antf-tiit, i� J. rir, Hqfbind'V.   Miiliriii.tKii, i' airy,   N�wi,  t'^lr (t l)�r";,t<, Pttt\, M.lri'gn, Djltn tt .>liombint, irt. j>j (h< Ljwi ttlj*  a'� Atn'i >n >l P.ut i U ttth Vi.'J, Lt�)dun , and toid b/'aU ct�- IK, kt'tirn in (jtrat t:,.||>n t id Irrlt vl. VVhc;  miy ue in I, tin tun Vol ituc*. rut.ily vjo-j- d dVr'tci'J. I'ncr |S>. 6d. h>l'-tuuru<, 161. 6 - 11 an; liu^lt Nao.&tt U~m tha Uajt'lixing;, at 6 J   cai h. _____ _ i*l iiilny   vkctu.g ol ijic urte.iu'/i of l.'kNeAS/iUK *.II be t.U Tomoriow. �r l�i�h� ^tek m flic t  Ami fnun u> Si. i'aal  C"i
                            

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