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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 5, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The vx. Dr.n',   Septim'tfT $ U T bask, the !.*p� rg. O.ey-se. tor Irdt*, ar.d teraiia;. k;ctc�: 0.t:warU~- botied.     A?>�i�*d \hbbrr1. she Si!*r ar.d Brtv.. rcr, far 1 }r.r.. We*. Yesterday- arri<-�} a M-uJ tVrjss Hollaxd aerd one frc-si Fa*rct. The  . k*� r;at>d el iLf Effejtls which belorgcd to her, tfca: irene in tar c-iher Royal llo.fes, to be brought into teat CaiUe. Pcitaan: to the Rcfolu'ion which has bceo taken to cilafcltfh Rosa! Banker; in the principal Ciiies of Europe, eke Coart fca: already ctufctl above lour Millions of Fiatlrfj to be rrm.:;rd �o tnofe who arc fcttl.d a; Par;*, lyorv, A.-r-rlj-ca.-a. and Rome- There will be one R'rf.ii'cj! Vestee. at�i another at London. ~But there �til be none tsr;: rs Great Britain liU thi>C'ourt ha? tccthd Miuc.-i w�u: (he S^oa�-S*a Company. A Nrgociation concerning Gibraltar is begun again to b�v talked of. Rear, .L(*Ji z$ The t;ch tnfttnr, jn the X-gSs:� a terrible Storm happened, which blew cewn a grrsi Xstn-ber of Tree?, and the Fence* oTTcvcral Co�:a>cs in rise Foreft of i. ifecrna, killed the Cartlc, ami tnac-.tsJa tcaiiVJc Havoc k, that even the wM L'ciib rerred t�j**id> the Houfes of ClUcma.    The Dassagc nkii the fYicce of RoVn, to Cardinal de Soubizc : That of St. Cupvrrtc, ia ri-c Ditctfe of Tool, vacant by the Promotion of tmrtioin*t TQottc Dstnc ard St. Gcntx-irve, will fct out for Parma. The Cc*fl of the Iloufu to be bought, and the Charge of C-i'cirg a Sajaatc tor plating the King's Fquclhun Sta.uc, is compared at etgiit Millions of Livres. M. dc l.ivry. l.rca: Mailer of the HoumohJ, ha*, with tie Cor.frat of the King, fold that Employment tu M. dc Vasctcre for tec Sum of 17COOOO Livse*. L      O,     N      U      O      N. '. We are afla'cJ, that 00 Occafiort ol the Prct'enfiohs n:2i!� b� the French to a Patt of Nova Scotia or Acadia, ute crds cf Trade and Plantations have searched into the in:*ti Record,-, Treatica, and Memorials relating fo tlijt CiScrca hoi CrowPi ttfljmed by this Scorm aAoaEis io Ltgbsrn, Jug*? zt- Vl'e lesrn from A5gtes�. b� a S&sp lately arrived troai thence, that the Ai^trtcc* l-�ia^ if prshcrifive of ao Attack fron ts.e w.httS:zs Powers-. tiattcd to nxakc great Rtcpz.-attooi fsr ifc c!e.~cx ; s>jk the Dry hadnO; oa5y ordered the Works shai Flaee-so be repaired, hut new ones to be ac&d ; thst thf ^COC1? Ifeors which he intended to ziTcarble, ani�cd br r^grjSe^, and that Part of them Were casploy'd ta the Woik- ; itai ^ItadtAdircd t�io Ships of War to be fced oat truk 600 Mcii m'boardr and a great dctl of Att&taj, � for tse l>e> le&ce of the Oatparts ^ that he hid obliged the Otntian ^Ve^ J �hQ have fejr^i* Europe, id easr hn> the Xroop of iMe Begeticy. aai that he lad raaie ktcral oi them Oficcn, that they asight iofintA the Troop* in the W&iujD^dollce. The latt Advices from Toats ia� T^ifio&'i^vife, that much the fame Mfcaforo are ciksig. Tfce tail Letter* from BsSaadsrife, that &s Iga~j�r� aredeterraiaed all of them raster to dac* S�ord ta Hatd, &m &bmit te> the Gorernmeiu of Genoa epea aza.- otfacr Cbbditions than thofe watch th^y propjfed zo tin. ilarqah it Qurzay, who fent them ro VertA-lLa. Stecii.ti'n:, ^J^nji A* ti-c t.oj:t **s ac(�ue� ss^orr �t Heart than twrtmoYcihcfjLt t.'cis which euTtirr bra ettcru.in'd abroad tonterotng t; c Sixce&oa la t&c Titirosie, it ha? i.uj'J a DeiLu^tioo i& be (so: to tise t'�-j: of RuiTu, tilaiin^ her Impcral G&jiiiy ta t&c rc-csi. That the .Priuc: Rt�yii never hid an. TiKw^s of seeking dtrei^; or indirtctiy to alter tf.e prcfea:.Form cf Govcra- nitn', .0 infringe upon rise Liberty of tfce Satet oi tix Kut|doin. and tna; ne il:7uta ia  *io ihoaid saks �iy Step tending to' introduce i'ut.i a Cba^ge. Tcii D*ci�ra tioo has uici wt:ii tbc deUt'd is'-ccst?. Ui.rag rcaaas'd ail the Safpic:oro of the Coiirt oT R�taa Tte Manjais d'Havrtngcourt, Amb . i the Mmiltry, tia*. the / r. Miiicr weold be csarsi'd to have the Aff.trs ot .t;. ~ v>;u> fusued in aa asa�xal!� planner; but uhat if c^b:;�i^ > ail E*po3a:s&ej zt*y (hould takear.jihcr ! ui:, rus MaK CarJrske W*jiJ5jr wcilJ not only fut&l h:i Mr.^i^cn.ents tne ct?.o{k F.Kaftacf-. bat would txtend uicu aa fit mi lie v.im-ig>ftaBcea oi The Trei-/ ir�T -� lor firc-irta-g tie Peace ot uc North   A-s his Mrjc'') wtiiea fa;     Co-.:'-t--ir:-.c. he has giveo Cdexs !ar the Reusrwa! or fwi.a The SubuJ:cs iwhi^h were t-zte-zd awa      tise fencer sac Matinucd in thi*.   The .4bht !c Mii-e. M:t-fers oi i J-tccr, has dUpauhcd 10 the Spa�.e oi a tiree Ca-::e�i to Pa.is 00 mis Ckv-uou     ii. Ki-sr tf Ptaaza. ��iO ify of t/;t��c concluded in tf-.c Vear >~i^ a 't ance wiih the King el 5 -keden^ ____-g :c&nr�i iy lie eighth Article to u;.t:e icc^ Pj.-.cr: u icc-de ;airs.;p hey fhouSd agti upon. ihc�: I't-tli-u: ic iisu-e-^ii Hijidin h�ire caufed it to be ptopjtcd to      K.:jg to a*;tcii-r 10 LL:i Treaty, tvhich is to rn.utw.tu ever; or�e - J ----Pqwext in the quiet Ecjoynsint ct liu.:- s*< Ettrope.   His Majuiy. by tt:c:f; tf ^P|| not  prolate to tfeio^iTe tri-ir: *h|eh lublttV between th^ Ltngr\u  ^ K cifcatibiraJpTcr otBc7Pb*V: =    i. x~.~2..-t l�nd, triat ttic  til1..* ..;:.� -i-trc r.id tiiii'i a iutrz-.-d whjch from tae V\ jut upward tii 1 H ba, the rctl was hkc a f:;th, * ~-/ a VIi^b--^'-r �f Mauc, Msm'ter Letters imim^:'n - 1 ' i[ a---.ice :rz A  v.o-':e j.-c.-i th.e ... t.:.  D-e"- V.^ ftecd to use Rttvtw*! c: f.� 'f"�*-7       :-th\t he had confen ed ta tae-s hetween the C'o^rt ct hv.cJen -hat beets dlfp^-.tftsd to MaJtii.  - -thii importac. New. ; > itut Cc-rt Pu>n ./ L-aaLrrS.ii. � --1  H^, v�Uj! by ^adriiiy to Kirg George the Fiift. V.'c are alfoaifured, that the Retult of thh Rcfcaich bath brctr communicated to the E�d of Alhcmatl�t  r*ncef igaiVift the M�ft-ftrjilicss of thc"r,ov Fort which the French are biiMiug on tbt Rirci Sr. Join wuhin the Limit* of Nova Scotia t �nd tail Oiden have been fent to General Cornwallis to fend oat i3jRc Pecple tooppofe the Satletncnt of the Vrcnch �n taat or a*y other I'ait of the Province. By p-iivate Letters from Madrid there ii Advirr, thst hi* Caxbolkfc MajeftyTsad given Mr. Kecttc tht lltongcjl AC^ra. .jifcJ a�aia cl: Jaivo anddeftioy tin- Turnpike*, 2tc i*z>*� rc-cicctrd , and ior this Purpoic ihcy tniciul to come b- N'gLitodoJkiTtf Work, to prevent a fecond Tott'crcjown ArLi�x : And farther thrcaica, that they will invc^ the k.�di, and prevent the Market People bringing Piovif^on 10 the Cry for ti-c Space ol one ivloiuli, to lire wlu'thvr the Ln.z-iui cnutc rather ta have the Turnpikes up, and Lc ciciji:n.i] C I\ecclia.':e', or uke them dotvn, and luflcr u.cs> !*> coai: f.-ce to the Mari:et with I'Jcn'y 111 their Hiiii: Ll*) ha�c c^cn cjiricd their ill Humour fo far, tis Lurc-tcr. by Letter to fct hire to this City. cfeo:3.f>t5S'tly � Rcgioscni ii cxpcclcd to arrive here every Hoj TiieDrag-on> here pit 1 ok the Streets of this L.ty fi.fr.    -;'."�Ji cs E^-'^zj.':^'. * -i.c ot Nc.�calli;'j tJfSic, and I ci at the Signet Orfue. a Yitl'rsu.joa ;o Mi Alcaabdcr Dou^Ials to Lc MiinlUr cJ li.Citi>:rjil.u3^. fcr.d aitutiur to Mr. Alexander 1'oibcs, l�> t�c wlai-.dci ol 1 cilrrelitl A Ciiitr.ran > Wife ol this Place, aged 70 Year;, huly brri.;?.; to:ih a Ci.il�i, wtmh is in u thiivm^ Wuy, and L.k.oi by tfcc Motrcr, wtio never had one bclorcj the vas-d n much ibout the lime Age CT.  iie.. J-�*J Wc ate iuK rrnrd from the Will �a c C---S. a. i.t�ji->. tiiil they Uu\e liiers in Ch. . J- Cl_^i _i made g>eat Pn-parasion'. for the l"Jt ll.ere uoi btwi^ the uliul Aj p.^.-t.;e ot liciii(.g 111 the B.iy 0/ Air, iiiiny of them it-j^td to ti� �' uLiug upon u.c WelU-in ttt.crc, U i� a'ica-v bt�-.n. a i   1-1 V      1.1a, ditcd July \b, v.c are in-t c! t;ci.i^ upon 1, ,,,, 1 t| .,t A "J^-i. w:-itiij.n. ihv Mailtr . .Name ! :X. t'.^n TUESDAY..   SepTiiSSMR-. 5, chafrfj by thjnt for cljvcrt He-*, H ;t by Ui� Kr-��-it �/.t cleai- Un Wt�Incfday lu'l wttc i> rtu^h; m hc�c from { .tn�k, ant) e-omtni'tcd to Pr ion. i�o aVomt-n in.littrd !i>? t. iSild Murde , in order to baiii*! lafottth^ next Cin a ; Court. Ai�v IVrl'on tHit is im-'in.iMs- to Jifpole of a coni'i.hmbie Part of a gocd Step, from .1 hundred to a hundred aistf fifty Tott�, may h**r of a Ptirchater, by ,ct-fion' retjeiret. , ' � In tl, Jr\*rii/,Mt*t W fr,i of * Aft't Itfi n-ilb Mr. WilUtm Cifflry rH I. \VllHsm Auftin. .   ' jfjtgh Watrr'ai; Mndon-Brid^&aif' !fc)�y \t ij'Miuuui after 4 in the M'ctrhing, and 4^ after 4 in the Afternoon* Yellcrday Bank. Stock was 1491 gr^s, Wis Stock,' no Price. South-Sra Stock; 116 34th!. tiitto Old Annuities, 107 7 8ths. Dttio New, icq j' 8\b*� '3.ank.An�tui-tlei 1746, �04 j 4ths pitio �7�7, �6j j 4th�. Ditto Lottery 1747, toy 3 4tUt. Bank An'nu'utet 1748, �c$ 3 4th� Uuio 1.49, 105, 3 4th�. Thfee^er Cent A i,. tiijrjv'd ill a giut t:*fm:t, /nn O'f'i*' >tt-jtf faWn'�ur jf il. !,,rifif*rti, bub QU tmri Hint Vrjt.m-tl �/ bncrckl Hillory iheWrwlj. to .�y by |t.St'S CHRIS P.anJ ht� APOS I tKS, &c Willi Anlwfri to nioli of. ilic conlrotrrlrj Qoertions, �nrt V)i1fcrtJtio\o im ilic molt icnuikabie PjIUjc*. I'�� �(�iVh jtc ac).| ritr j.i ^tiuni, Thi Set ol I'diiii anil M�'ps ii ful.l Irpjisit, rii/irr ti> |i^rfr 't�* up �nh  r' S Bible. S>C}cli)i"tifr'i HiAcry, biuti.l up wild � Set of thtfe new Punti *ni M^in, t Vtil   Foli.v   l'n%.c il   141, t J, A large I anti y Dit>lc, vvhli a Set of tliffcbcfl Piirits and Mips In'Cf-l;.l'rfti�   I'mic il. \i. With   tm   M i luld bj thi Bjtik-felleu in I-ripl�n>1, hcoibnJ, mil InUnJ.   _- NavyOliicc, Am^ull 1;. 17.19. , THE Pli'liipJ (V'l.fi twii Ozmriijlivtut i of in _/�'� S.i-ry giijf A'u/'n', li>'it on Il.inlJiiy lie '.'( aj :\\r Month, ill I i-n o'Ciuik in }iv Mortiuif>, li.y ivilt r.xftf/ lo Sj' nt tin (JjJ.it, tie Unth nf In JW.;/,_///' Sl-ip th, MirgaU, liurlheu 450 'Aa��, titui the Htn.�> .1 Slo�i>, o/t^lTuM, 'ivltn then- M.ijii, T-.i.U, Ijfi. in alh 11 J0J1 Littler 1/ 41 'ftini, M lirj ii-j\ 'i T.W'//./>    tit J','K:l    uA .  'tl.'l luitl.iin  the J�i.l bljtfii,    LiA'Ui , C'"i. ull l'tilJ'it //..!/ utttfij ll., /� iJ S.il. tin tu /..hij>i It l>w thil,J jf-iu! it f.uJ lot tinU lui.n.-v .1; nt ll. kiJ "J tlth t> -u �'//.'� ti\ l>-  �/' SuJi, ll* l)*t-*J,t it-nil i i*rti, Mti OU .fit /Vt   itjf*utt*r I tj Ml  � y bv   It.St'S  CHRIS p J -11F. l\ Oft. //   ll.lu  'If I  i ;.i r. tlj.lt   Dil   it.: �uitt It flint, at ll-i '[iiujins T' AtL ...111,1 KLiuy Ji.  ,t.ii riixt, thi (ll in I.ml, , ; fit if.I '>/�,,/.      ztw:- 1 �;, atj tli . 4-Sj ./ 0,:'.i. it ��: " 1 if. U-it-t -in. rn.  .'.:.:,/. L 1 1 , h.r., C,,,l J. /. " tl. .1 .1.1. 11 t.-, : ' 1 M '..j j . � �' 4   �" �' /'. /', �...../. Hi \ t, 11. M., 1    v 1   i\.My I "/lilt! f, /'<�r, tit -'4. ' 744- i , 1 -n' 1 ?. ;�"� 1 v �-���   

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