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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 13, 1749, London, Middlesex                                to E D N � S rf A Y,  StPTt^BEk �3*   "749* beat, Septmkir li. -----RRIV'D, the Alexander, Wood, from Jtmatan flw-TupIe, Wright, from Gibraltar; the Try ton, Alkew, from Milfbrd; the True Briton, Hewetfon,: from Alfcant; the St. George, Rcbbins, from Newfoundlands Remain, the Bmprefs . Donne, for the Bahick ; and Qoeen the*Lapwing, Cheyne, for India. Wind South. jgjt ExtrmB of a Ltti.r Jhm a firrign Mtmfltr at Drcfdcft to Jbi�/i�r ft tbt Hague, dan J St ft |.  After a thoufarid Conj^cl.:.a of different Kinds, con-  cernifg the Occalidh of the Journey bf the Marfhal  Count de Ssxe to Drrfittt, and from thence to Bali*, I  flitter myfc'f, that I have at length discovered the real  Motives of that Journey, having julV acn a Letter from  Btrfi*, wiot* by a Pruffiin Minder to cne of his Friends, wherein, amonglt other Things he altarc? Ivta, that;ne � Solrjttl of the frequent and m> I�^t:Au.� Conference* which  thatGcrtcral has had with the King or* Pola.%1, and thole which he afterwards ha J at Pm-'oh wi :� tne King of � *,froJJS*, w*�e '  unite, as c'of' \\ poiTibe, thofe two '� Courts, in Confequencc of tL - Infractions wn-ch ha had � received from the King lis . insier before hi* Dcpri'.re  from Frttntr ; that the Q^er. of Poland had vig.ire-if.y  opposed th:s Aijiance ; but that as the Influent v.'rioh thil Princcf had over the King her Hufband, �m- � more than the Shadow of what it had been hcrcioK'rc  and that all the feeming Eftcem which his Majeliy bore  her, now (centered in nothing more than fimple Forma-  Titles that arc indifpenfiblyaeccffiry, the Marlrul-Genera! � cafily got the better of it, and has had Use SaMsfaClioo . sot only to have fucceeded in this important N ogocia-^ttoa before returning to l'trfiullaf but he has iilccwife < had that of being able to affure hit Moft Chrilhan Ma-  Uftf,  -two V'eirds with Oars, Baibary Rovers, great and fmail, at Sea; which is con-'finned by the Matter of a Tulcan Vefi'el, arrived in twelve Days from AU iers ; who at'.ds, that there were two orhcrs ready to fail from that Port.   ' Virniw, S.ft.G- An Etiift i> puWiflid, forb dding the Ufc of Silk StuiF-, aid other foreign M^nufad-jres i'he Mifchier done every Vcar by the bp^rrows in the Lower Auilria u (o corlidtrablr, that it has been iclolvtd to cx-tirptc them win lly, -.( poffiblc. Uimhugb, Sift. 14. Ey ilu Convcnyon which M.Tillcy, the Bri it?) -Amb^lUc't r, t.a^ coiuludcd with the Miiullers of Dcmiiaik, the .00 o IVhn ct the Tioopsof th�it Kingdom to bs 1 eld in Read:! y Soj, ei well as by Land, if it flialt be required ou the Ar/i>uJ cf an Cngtilh Squadron in the //.^�a , S ;.t 14 Evrry or>e is laying in a Stock of Frer.cn Wmc, Leiore the Publication ot the PLcr�id for letting Bcur.Jj to the Prtferencc �vhicti the Compliifsnte of the Siau hath hitherto given to the Wines of France abuve ikofe of the Rh*ne, the Mote le. and o-.Uer Proviocts of Gormany ; by laying a farther Duty ou all French Wines brought into die Ports of Holland, in Proportion to the adduioi J Duty which the Frccch have laid on Fifh and other 1'roviuoos imjjoried it.io that Kingdom from the Territories of the States General. H^u., i>'tj>t. 6. A few Days ago hU Serene Highnefs the Prtncc ol Oiange conferred with the Deputies of the Suae* GcBiral and with the Council of State, upon a further Redaction to be made tn the Troops of this Kepub-hck. 'This Moruiiig all the Court let out for Sjtidyk, and wdl arrive there this Evening, and on Thurfday pro-c�ed to Loo, where it U thought their Serene HighncfTes trill keep their Court till the B^ginniig of October ; how tver, it ii expected his fecrtue HtghmL will tike a Tour to thii Place towards the End of next VVc.k, in order to aflia^it la Atfirflibly of "their Kigh Mightineflci the St� t> General, and to difpofc of fevcral publick Employ -�icuts whuhuc bccctinc vacant. LONDON. Whereas woarc authentically informed, that fome Articles lately printed in thi* Paper relating to the Confpiracy fona'd agaiult the Government 0f Berne, and particularly taof* of Saturday (he ad and Friday the 8th bf September, are not only utterly groundick, but malicious and fcandalous M if-teptcfcioatious fince, in Fact, there has fcarce ever been kuuwa an luitaaoe, cither of fo horrid and fo uoprovuked *� A tempt, or of fucb Lenity and Moderation ufed to-ware. u� Pcrfoos coaccni'd in it: We take this first Op Eir.uu ty of dccLuiog it to the Publick, afltmg their rdoo for having thus, tmwadl/ milled them b> falAt. Ac-couuii, which fiift milled os, and giving them Notice, taaitnt whole Muter will (honlj be let in its one and full Light, by a very circomfUiittal and authentkk Manifefto, to the ^atisfaflion ol all Mankind. Wf hear that the Right Hon. the Lord Vlfcount tob-, ham 11 very dangerbolly iirat hit Lordlhip's Scat at Stow. Ou Saturday Uft died the Lady or Robert Ord, �(q: Member .of Psrliaraetit for Motbeth. By the Death .of the L^rd Vifcount Carbu^, in Ireland, the Title and a large Eftate in Wiltfhire, Ate. defcend to ' his eljcft Son, the Hon .George Evan*, Ei'qj Lalt Fhurfday the Rev. Mr. Walker, a worthy Clergyman of Oorfetfhire, Was unanimoully elected by the Don and Chapter a Canon of the Cathedral Church of WclU in Somerfetftire. Ycftefday's Poll for. Mr. Alderman Whitaker was 78. and For Mr. Corbet a. The Poll will clofc on Saturday next. The'Right Hon. Lord Peter (ham und his Lady are moring, in order to refidc at the Ri^ht Hon. the Earl of Hanington's Houfc, St. James's, during his Lordlhip's Relidtncc in Ireland.        '' . It's laid, that a Number of the principal Inhabitants of St. Clement Danes, will apply to hii Grace the' Duke of NcwcalHe with a Pcti ion to-hh Majefjy in behalf of the two unhappy young.Men lately convicted at the Old Daily for a Rio: at a Houfc of ill Repute hear Temple Bsr. On Moi.day in the Afttfrnoon^R young W.orftaO that was in one of the Flytng-Uiairs on the Bowling-Gretn in 6outbwaik, upfur.unalely fell out, frartor'd Iter Skull, and had oue of .101- Legs broke j fo that there was little I-lop-s ftf. he. Recovery,____......________1.________.' _ - Vck-rdai .Vlomiag, nbout Six, a Fire broke out at a Ho t- hi c AkHil:, Ratcliff, and did fome conftderable P-nv.j>' t under. O- Fh . .1, Kit died of a violent Fever^ Mr. John Sttpiici;', u euimen< Apothecary in Hatton Garden. On bi-'-uoy Evening two" Perfons in a Chaife were robb'd by uoutu Highwayman, between Cl.ipton and Stamford Hill : He was well mounted, and had on a loofe Gtcat Coat, and his Hai flapp'd, and behaved with great Voinpla.fancc. Yeflerday twenty-one Prifoners were tried at the Old Baily, three whereof wer- capitally conyicted, via. William Cayitighau i'ijonv ' for robbing AUatAnUcr a Thimble, and three Halfpence. Samuel L'rof* was found guilty of AlanflaiMjl ter, Fiv� were call for Tranf-po/tation, and twelve acquuted. On Sunday ne�f there \vjll be twoT-Charity Serment jprrach'd at the Punftj Cha-ch of St. Bartholomew the Left in Wctt'Sinithfield, fur tUe Benefit of the Chaiity Children t�Ieogl�g to the Ward of AHMfpm tfii^rTihrii^orni!  J   6  H   N     G A R  N  �  R, In P*ttl**4Sirrtty *ixt Dm r�      C$rw *f Ahrfissvr> SlTtrt, by C*vtutyi>.$imm,rt *t*r Off* 4 Rtmd, CONTINUES hy peculiar, fafc. wfy. ut4 futcsniul REMEDIES, tffrtiwaUy M cart tie Maswial Dirordcn, �it.  1. Thr CANKER, na CANCER ia the Mntk M r�e*. aMk . without any C�r.  nvi(4 Apftot.;**, aa4'.Aitht�B will, unitt ih� Bktnng of GOD, tttVft 0* Cto*, in t�*�� tfemTJktC <1 igt, if �M () foon *t th� Malady �r*e���j' �** wN� of la^ Osmi. nusntt, thsfc RcmeJWa   exctflivt. 4. TOE-NAIW whUhi^cw Into tfc* FfeAf thfqfi ft*n'it mt hgm had foeur, he c��f�s ti> $ M frtt, .withwit rtttint. 'IheTiuthof the iIhjm will be mmU s*p*ar t� toen m�r*tt�tattSM Itsft l>oubt thritnf.  . Note, lit �t�ni( let btyjt/i A>gt fmvt�h, tl'y jhnll hi rmiff ttfifl t� tb el^kf: i& nje ${^.**tihnt(**imgf B*tii,- kbinijir Vati end langm, hrgt' /n* lt*%*'firlT*t*+ and Rteittiy lyug in tb* Stores vf tbit OjJM * -tVt^rfjd"* and (b* llartjbcrn Brp\vbo*ft, und Rtdtot^i M thptfhrd. ' 4>td tn tbc J'tntt Day tbtfiid CamktfimTt *viB     tV ma* toJNlt'o tbt tigbtfi BiMr,Jm4>j l*ft^ s/jCi^r^ Aty^ Peri, t>.id$wtt,       in kit <~tfittW&&aW'�rf 1 ' he di U  *�/ fvid, tmdtfbtPtrtlctttemttlt* *^%*itH� tf*fimM& mtij bt limtiJ? aiUib mill btjittltdet tbt^f^ if^td^J^^ � EitT-TndwlIouie, A*sV�* ��*�- *fv$'}'~ of DifiStn / ttic* Gtdxd Gm^mgtof;, MercLintt of England treMvt � tbt B^-h&*$,::m'.; berhy give Nttitt, that tbt f^dCoafW^ilCmAtltf Day of March, 175% fay end dfektrft "�*f Prvttifdiiimtf and btttrtfi I Ilu:I puil it then due en tbtJ*d C**yort't SomA. And tiny dsjirtbtr ^Ivt'ltalUr, th* tieGmf^sTm'gnr will n-tri-ue inter* fir ltnd:�g tk- OmfiiXj fiftlSmm sjfjfsaeji upon tbfir Sotfdi, at tbt Rare ofTbtt'Parmt for Cssta* p,r Annum, ,u iky pull fawOa*fo*Jiri mdtfaivomttlbg 1Mb ImkrsVrtjtrtnct >wltbtfjrwn to tbrfntitrnt Bm^UM** pr.n �d that thifttmt bt ttmdtrtd tn sr"Af%� Day efOiiQltr ntxti *wd tbt Owrr (f Dirrdtndkkrdp fh ify'r diilart. flat tbtt 4*M not admit �/* *�p TnArtothr-lUfi.tbaubt  t tit fnnu tntibrpd to bt wdimttd *t th* R&t of tint* Ptptidt p.r Ctttiimptr Ammuk, fiom the }�/ tfbUrth �?S��> (ttid puyriblj at Six Mtuibi Kotiit. -     &P*- ft. A, I'R'OPdSAL fir a Sakfinptkm farm LYING-IN   *H OS;HJ     % '   " a Jbmll ^?�pvtf mm rj-*HE Court >v'4   dt% -�e� Hofplnlfor Met and L�pvr, �M Uii%^mtmokMm^(MiiMm' ,4 with ihe'Approoriailosiol' th�,Mori�j( 6tk(q>b�it�t>� M not being in * im l*roportlo� to thermore (that Jattice rnrj*"" *" cured an Older to be rrudt of July UOi  That tbsnf ' Coluam* �0ly, u"� fur oty,  Woumoi and that all SubfoUwrt b>�L>l  or b t7.|9, 106 a i&ih'. Three | *�\*l. ' T? �a�.Q*f� ssat *   S�^riytlo��lrOmn Qcnnal Court rclaring to th�!  the InfuruMtWa ol th* Public*,' Whkh sWM � tft* K*faowt| whercry tht fjlJ Older of oPtoMwilCfr* �r�a, Oym-W.^ Jlawt^faw-venttd from infwcring tha Hurpufta iatradc^; Foe tWit KasW tlstmw. fort, and that a Charuy fa much waotr* ia thH aiwat anrtrfn'w m �. I.ying-m HuI^ikI, might U cflWJiuUj lus^ncd aonx4^�tjb luaab-(ion of the Subfjribcrt, IBS Cud Cwvtnwn k**9 Sftm* a *>�fcmc.%ai Bouk for a LYING-IN HDSPITAI. *./*>, ��Jk the AHnki.^ and under tiia i'atrooaga   ite Chcs Oaatmaai a* they bavc beca 17 ibe ^inf-in Want* of tfur J^-a��?t*t**6, �r4 i� under the Direction of W. Siadyi,' *n� liuw&M �Uh ^LSc3te&n�s sja* -L--,,v:lj---.1.. (j). t'k        ../.l.- u itS th�mfcl�rt and Children it the fole fboj^r vf* the The (^ahfitatipn ot *�o��aor� 00 I itiuuNU pet Annum or upmarb, �*� Ht|nm* at Ladin ful.fn.Um tU Cud Sums wiilh^� the PtMibia^aiaf Women hi the lame Mai^a* sa Gi#*�rwii. ftiibru. j'l Sj. Ii l*crf  uho aft in-line.t io uct�rif; t1"-- 'im**^* "-Mw are dcl'nci) t<�  t'c.ifleirvra *!.> ha�e alitor �tfVited, BotiMn Wa|-   <~'J * lAfiv/ twaq, at Sia y'f"tctic, *liiw Bc*i �*� Ituaam TvKru-JL L, . I � '. fieriJid-Su��v Suho, to rc-cl*e the rlaew-i. jf Vibamfcew. �a4 Moaav? rs~rr lull uli vc^'.t Miarfuret tur     au'.n jtu.y j arla�tl�Ciaatnacy �f aaf UcotUmcii invluicd tu tile fan* gnat U'ara, �iUW caku a� � UiAr, Tbolc Parfom �ho arc now y�nM��aI C; nuian qi itt� ICS-, dl�lca Huijiiul, Otiii h*\* ths laUW Pi�i�4** CJCbuci U SSUSX   ifcwt fivf^ltai.   

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