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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 11, 1749, London, Middlesex                                Jfpr- The Daily Adv^t^ lNfwmf* iimtii riifii M.QH 0:AY, $t*Tfc*�t* it* .749* J' !)�/; Septtmitr 9. IRRIVD from LKbort, the Emprelr-Ojeen, fortheBattick, and remains with the India Yacht. ArrivM, the Seville, Dickenfon Iron Malaga.  WiodS.E. Shtce our laft arrived a Mail from Holland. : Madrid, jt*ptfl 19. The Report which baa fprtad ttfrjf in foreign Countries, tKat a Revolt hat bapfened in the CaraceaJ. hat ' .vott lately come to ttie Knowledge Of the Court j bat the King -Miflitera think it unworthy of their Attention, aa tbsy have all the Reason in the World to believe it to be whMnf Foundation. Mr. Keetie has this Wetk bad two tCa�A(��ce� with Don Jofeph Carvel. Minister of State, > irherein that Negotiation coacerning the Equivalent to be fiveA w *he Soutb;ea toaapany for the four Years Non-Jnj^ymeat of the ftffitnto Coatraa, has bam greedy for- The bad Weather which there hat been in France for � Jcveral Monthi part, havinggreatlyleffen'd the ProduftHm . of. Silk in thajt Country^ the King ha*, in Consideration thereof, nermitted the Planch Nation to purchafe too Sales of raw Silk to {apply the-Manufactures eftablifh'd in the Dbolinjona of his Mott Cbriftia'n Mijefty. Letters from Cadis ndvife, that several Ships richly laden from Nfc^ Spaia arc yctexpe&cd-*here�--.-'-----Mfeatue-of-th Mairitt, J*&*ft aft.  According to our lateft Advices from the teveral Ports of the Kingdom, they-arc very bufy in building of new Ships, and repairing old one?, in order ' tb |Kit the Royal Navy upon a better Footing.  Bat hitherto we do not perceive any Token from whence we ;"; caa ttofer that the Court meditates any Expedition upon : the Coaft of Africa.  The Armament which Is getting teadkaad-confifta only of fenne Xebecka and Hght Frf ' �*tBt, is thsfiga'd only to drive the Bafbarv Rover* from . oaf Coalls, and protect the Navigation Of bis Majefty'a trao:Ag.SnbjeQs. ' lifbn, Aupifi 13. It is faid that the King will not go toofe the Baths at Caldas, not only becaufe the Seafon of the Year it too far advanced, but that thePhyficiant think ' that Jaarueyermc�flary, as his Majefty growa better and better etcry Day. $**,J*&jl 27. Some private Perfoos of this Capital having freighted a Ship for England with Ghenzan6 Win*, Which is eiteemed the beft in the Ectleheflical Dominions, and is likewife the Wine which the Pope bimfelf drinks, and which the Cardinals and the Noblcffeare ufed to make Prefenis of t the Ship is returned from its Voyage, and the Wine with which, it was laden was fold in England �t V* very adv�att�geoe\s P�hic>r-,a\s this -way octafio* , more of this Wine to be fent away than thefe great People chufe to fparc, the Director of the Cuftoms hat received .Orders to augment the Duty of it, which is now fixed at four Roman Crowns per B , Stft. 1.   This Morning a Paper was found fixed � upon all the Corners of the Streets, containing a Notifies-1km to People of all Panics, that whereas the Government did not think of re-eitabhlhing the Commerce, nor the "Credit ot the Bank of St. George, it was high Time to tall them to an Account, for which they wcwdefircd to be , ready to appear with their Arras at the Beat of a Drum: *'10l(te Papers were immediately taken down, and drift En- 1 looiry is making-after the Author of them. 'GotMtforg/j, Augujl mi.   The King, who continues in 'good Healthy took lallTucfday the Diverfiun of Hunting - sothe Park of Carlberg, and dined afterwards with fome Of the Nobility at Kopfitcin. Hamturgl.Sift. q. According to the laft Letters.rcceiv'd from jvlittau in Courland, the Ruffian *joop* quatter'd 'there-and in that Neighbourhood amount to 20oco Men. JXhsyRfiwjnue. yery quiet, and ate making no Preparations for an ^pproacbing-Marcb, as' was reported.  As to the �..*HW(B�tof * n(!w Duke of Courland, concerning which ft much* hss of,, late been (aid, it does not appear that . tncteare any, fuch Thought*, it being certain that the States ' of iht't butchy do not take any Step which denotes fuch .Sr/t 4.  Letters from Cbnflantinofle advifc, that a ififie hnj broke out in the inner Part "of the Seraglio, , and /done conuder*blc Damage, before the fame could be extinguiQi'd. framifirt^ Sift- 9. M,�rflwl Saxe having in his Journey' 'to Cafftl invited Prince Frederick of Heffc to take a Tour ,lkto France it is afiurcd that his  Serene Highnefs intends to pafs fome Months there j that the neceflary Preparations are making fur that Purpofc. and Lieutenant-General Do-,nep, and the Chamberlain Boron d'Aflebourgb, will ac-- Company birn thiihcr.  Ltifejci, Sfft. 10.   We recei\-e very dtfmal Accounts from all Paru concerning the Locufls, which cncrcafc .more and more in Germany.   According to our Letieu _ from Vienna, they have left the Neighbourhood of that 'City; and took their Flight towards Bohemia and Bavaria, from the laft of which we bear, that they appeared at Afpach, and the Convent of St. Sauvcur, like a thick Smoak, and difperfed thcmfelves over the Diftriets of Vil-ftoven, Pfarkirchen, Landau and Diogelfing.   All the Belb were immediately rune at the lauer, which however did not prevent thefe Infects from fettling in a Marfhy Place, where they were a Span and a half thick one upon 'another, but about too Peafants coming with Flails and laige Sticks killM a great Number of ihcm, and buried -.them upon the Spot.   The Locufts have alfo made their Appearance in Pranconia, and a very large fwarm of them "-bourhood; and Yetterday a Boy #ut**t*4i*U w�t fuppofed to have been concern d if infe*tl��4lotiFif*. Yetrerday a Fire broke out at n HoaieTU Frnch^nn* in Comhi'l, which greatly alatmM the Httg^hoWnMn� but was happdy extbguim'd trithQut qMk, ~ Ycfrerday tweet)' Pnfbners warn tried *t three whereef were cap)tally coavlconf/ Robiofor, aad John Cro^ a ilatk,. fW with rour other Perfons {two oThpr rflbBU John in America, and which the Court Of Great Britain, the fame,Faft atTtburn} inroobUc Hehry Aplio^tear looks upon as comprehended in the tSrmlta of No*a Scotia. N J^.techapd Mount. Twelve -Were cifrfbr TraaTpgtta* ^hrrt bnbig^n T?ititifcPM,*1*Sto ^ hk*i fome' of Which are lor c^raurt^c^.Nii.tnbuabi the SeKoni will not^mitllt WedteefdayThcmf the io>fr�t*at that this Work fhaTl nOtbe tofooo begun upon 1 nodi he Will leave it to his SuccesTor lo pitch upon a Place which (nay be the laft prejudicial to hie People. They write from Madrid, that the Garden of Aranjuea, lake that of Vfrlaines, bejnji^cwinSnritimutWaotr, theKiagof Snaln if fcfolvM to aftaft Mature by Art, and m|dte aa Aoucducl. Till Wort lis^d^ip^l^ teiembling Ac Works of the awseot Roman,, ft will be three Spanifh Leagues ia Length, and the Ki eg has already nsnde a Fundef nMiHrnn H k.. Tfc Water-Wort, at VeraaUtesTemre caos^ to he' plaid afltfrabrdinarily .for the Bnts^ntnent of hi* Bxceilency the Earl of Alhemarie, Ambafisdor front the King of Great Britain.     , ''.""     �� Btitfftls, Sift. to. LonJ Feltehm jSen of ti� Earl ef Bath, swriv'd here the Day before YWerdav^ i>oin Eagland, hndfaad the n�rt tHjM^^^^^^�^^^\ bfljorraia, by Whom he was receive l^Rnutouily. *Tb {aid that Lord b charged with a Commiffion retain* to the Payment of � the Arrears of BabCdiH'amntcd bynh Britaitnkk Majefty to the Cd�rt "t& Vienna dusing the la� war: '      .     ,.' ,*.-�>...   �      . prorogued to Tkurfday the �-4�l of this inftaet 9ep|Hibcr, fhouldbe farther .psorogued to Tbitf&ky (he f'&h Vqr of November next.'  ^^' - \-r.',\"...\ ,>, � There .are Letters in Town from' the' Medittrraneaa, which pretend, that Commodore Keapel, wl1& this Squadron under hii\Commnnd, had aweaVd before Algiers j that his Reprefentatkres en the Suht'cl of the Money and Effeas, uken out1 of thePrino* Fredrick rejcket-8o�i, bad not had the dirfiired'E^i ahd Aa^^ thereupon returnV! to fFort Mai>oih frena whence he dif-patched the Triton SloOpfor frcfti {nftsuelfoni.' The Royal Fenvly will remove from Keano^toii to St. J amcsV the 14th jdx next Month. On Saturday his Excellency the Marquis de Mircpoix, rht French Arobatnidor, cante from his Seat at Putney to his Houfe in GrbrVcnor-Squa,re; for the Winter. On Friday Sir CKarlei Hanhury Williams, Knight of S" e Bath, lite Envoy Extraordinary at Berlin, waked on 1 Majefty at Kensington, and was mo*gracfoufly rcceiv'd. We hear that Mr. Handel is going to make a Piefeot of nn Organ to the Foundling-Hofpltal, to be put tip in the CJaapct there* - 'TIS said, his Grace the Duke of Somerfet has Jxen pleas'd to .fubferibe Two Hundred Pounds towards carrying on the Scotch Fifheries, and we hear .that other'nobla Perfonagcs are encouraging the fan! Undertaking.. An Augmentation is intended to be made in the-AHow-ance of the Penbloaef s at Grccnwicb Hofpital. of i4d. per Week to all thole who have been Warrant Officer^ and 6d. per Week to all private Men. > Letters from Rome mention the Death of-the Abba Mcys. aged eighty-feveo. greatly regretted. He was a Yorkfhirc Gentleman by Birth, and many Yean Agent for the Bnglifh Roman Catholidic Clergy at the Court of Rome-Lad Saturday Morning, at Yen o'Clock. the Poll for Sheriff began atGaildhall, and at Two o'Clock the Books were fliut, when the Number* ftood, far Mr. Alder nun Whitaker�9i. for Thomas Corbett, Bfqi 50.  TncVooks open again nt Ten o'Ckxk thb Morning. �___ The Reir Mr. Richard Ball |s "inlUtutcd" to the Reflory of AU-Sainu in Colchefter, void by the Decease of the Rev. Mr. Francis Fowler. Laft Saturday was married at St. Paul's, Mr. Matter, Ironmonger, of Sirtithficld, to Mift AfgU), of Red'Lion-Street, Cicrkcawell j and at the fame Time and Place was married Mr. Sindnry, Wine-Merchant, ' of  Ctutchcd-, l'r> ars. to Mifs Mailer of Smithficld. ' Laft Tuefday Morning died at Southampton, ha his Way-to the I fie of Wight, Arnold Rohinfon, E�|t n Gentleman, of a confiderablc Ellate in the Town of Newport in that; I Hand, and formerly an eminent Merchant in the .Town oi Yarmouth. On Saturday Night the Corps of the late John James Heidegger, Efq; was inurr'd iq Richmond Church. They write from Bofton in New England, of she r jiihof July, that a few Days before died there a Man Dasies, a Stationer, in l|t Matkei under Prettnce.ef V! eitdseascTdq^by theCOu ^ 'U.t  .     as**-     � n *� T   .... Street, nealf Newport- t tne M&*QfrM*%^,1(tu J^rW> jwiiT Mmaet- Oa Saturday N%htfoaMPaitaai were dateAeal aiSoath-wark-Fair m peuiag eat coaaterfcit Moneys *     ^ Tha fitane SteaJng a Sailor, 'vety much in I.l4ue�. en. c^tonaing to get Ja� a Cart that was goleg owlie��oe. JkUge, mining Its hold, fell backwards, ancl M the MMa.tHne.c9 lave hhvSkull to fraftur'd that he ->' A /�w Day a ego aj>eor, Man ^ of. Uxbridge; ^hcV UA his Hat blown into a Pond on IIilUnj^a�Ila�^/^teJea. vouriag'sonachit, hn tnlbwunateJy^np'd into i^H and-was drown'd.. Kehat lift a Wife aaVfiveChWn. On Fdday two no^ton^ Foe^pacU taken e�Mar> tram Surry, and commm^ Vf Wtifr tJlol in Saath. The Mufical' lUitertainmenU 4t Marybon-cominee three Days this Week> Toinoraajr^ and Snturday, ,. �* -v^x v , At Sadler s Wells,'Iflington, this Evening will be erefefitfd aa -Entertainruant not nerform'd there thftV twenty'' Years, catt'd the Hastot's Progreft. The whole to *��e4udj| *lth a graad Reprefentationi of Ranvlagh Gardens in the Man-#rthn warn decorated at the JubiUeiBalk '^Po begm at nveo'faoclL. EachPertoa �t>�f admkns* **J\a fit of VViae or Punch. * 1 At the New Well* in Goodman's Fields*, thlt-'prtlent Evening, ill be pcrform'd, a nevv. Entertajoownl, ieaU'd Ac Ship launchwg, or Harjeojutn tmo'd Fjy*�� tke whole to conclude wi.h the Temple of  Apollo. .The Scenes, Cloath*. MuCck, and D tiM)af;ara, alW  ^, 5 .v This is to gtve'Noaca to all Maftar ^Btkktaim^nd Builders, that there is a Place caU'd PomnBlo^fc,W�i'-Smithfichl. where they may have JBric)tia|rer|tMni Lah^Uwrt tofuppV they Bufinefs ajehaap astayany^ High Water at London-Bridga t hi� Day at laid lav tea after 10 in the Monting, and a fl a'ftcr'1 to at Jvjlfiy Saturday *BahK Stock was no Price. Indin^lmk.^no Price. South-Sea Stock, no Pricey Witt* Ofd AahiiRrei, pd Price.. Ditto New, 106 a Bths a t Mf*> ianjf An-nvitics 1746, 104 7 Ittht. tery 1747, 104. 7 Stjif P:ttq 1749, 106. 'Pbree Mil&on Bank, no Price Aflisnwiyy. no Pricet -tfn      ______^ Copper, : -   ^ q�ftiM�,*rt DtfuutlaM � ttsa mnA nm�iWsttt� VtiUm�j^ a*a .tewKdiaa �W�e^ra*��Ww). aV.   " ';    � j *]   1 The i^aiMmu a^nsaps it foU  tfaa the ferott EAiuaoei Mr. auckWt'i li^Wf, or la ains up *Uh a ranftly f tW HOt V a IBLE, Oom 'h* Cnulim at tkt WurM.m At. WiiiT;An4fr..tu,�*ja�i�tt4 .....- -    sitwhith Kbk. U*f, * Vol. TJio.  Piicc *l. �4� Imsadl �� with.* Set ul tlwCc Mm Ptin* tnl . . ik* 41. 141. 64. A tut* r*anif nwfei, f��h &�( W ihfiahcft Prints io4 M*g* Inter-Urfr4. f�k� �l. t,. Wu* ai* at�j^iy'* a�,i Uc�n
                            

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