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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 18, 1749, London, Middlesex                                1 1: fltS 0*iwerd4>esnwi rasaaia. Ar-l1v\L tte RcaJa-Haad, Crawford, sia Leads* Merthaat, Rtyaetds, �ad aha" WttasayQitnaiany. ail ^Jamaica. Wiad S. W. r  Yeflardey attjted  Mall from Mot-hae*. MssUr*, �o�. 4.   The Ctart ____ havta* rtcciewd foeie tssne paft a ctrcasalbfetsal Acoouet ef the Troubles which have lately umiWN at tte itrraceae, hat thought .fit to pabUai the jg/^i�a PartkuUrt rrlaringtO that AAir. TM Vearpany cftablirtied at Sc. Sebefttaa having ban yHm% Hat forml private Perfooi, in Gejrjeftttioo with grangers, carried en an illicit conrrsbaid Trade tbtve, to tjht leanireft Prejudice of the Intereft of the Company, Jait Orders to""their priecipal Factor in that Country to take properMeafures to put a Stop to the Progref* of that Coin mere* j In Ccttfcquenee whereof the Factor applied 10 tbe Governor of the Carraccsr, and obtained a fmall Detachment of Troops commanded by if a Lieutenant-fSnverne-r for that Expedition. 'That Office* and the factor foon ran through Several Territories, whofe Inha-��......s.�.--�       a.Tii a..i.J.w{�^j �- iha fci g*� nri ived ra Leon, t tkrrng the lata W.r> he catted together theIahsbitaots of 1 - �      " "   �.�"" - ;,' that Caatoe, and ocioft joieed by the Negroes of the Place, feu the UaoieaantaSpveraor and the faftor Jnow that �sw� aunt satire onfraia of Death, with which they thought ' proper a> comply, not being ftrong caoagir to rtflft the �QmtJityrmir, to wit. on the *td of April, Dob �., Jib* f�lpwd� Squadron. Mptfi jo. A Palace has been hired in this City, *M lr aAuatly ntting up, for fonie Bavarian Noblemen ; UNng wheat, it i> faid, is the Elector of Bavaria, who deagns to come to this City incognito, on account of the Holy Year. Two other Palaces have alio been hired for me Prince of Tarzin, and the Duke of Monte Lconci, N�*P�>l��ni. Laft Week a terrible Hurricane happened *t Ctftcrna, which tore up Trees by the Roots, ruined Icvcral Houfn, aud killed many Cattle \ the Damage of *WCh is computed to be upwards of 30000 Crown*. Ltghrn, Seft. 5. We have lately receiv'd Advice that �me Shocks of an Earthquake had been felt at Mefiina. �hu melancholy News has face bean oonfirm'd with the reilewh>|ditle>ito>tii| Thai th� Ckyial loftfll gtaattv Iry tlsb hUtfseMeaV sMrv pe^int^^ it fitnacad mm the Phrwt iheietal iftUPaiaceai COeithja, laonaaa inwuwsiemini 1 earn aad other *ahMt east  ptm'Nmkt a nanre ctr^onnHnwenn farAqoekeiti llrssny^et �>, Ports wM, eJni ihet the fhjn�ejl ng tlerm the,TowB erp�ttkkBuBdTngs Itipit, Sift. �t. We hive received Adtke, that UM Coim arriv'd the Kveniag before YeJerdaysVom Soefd ' . In net feft Heaith. or-forty- Yeara paii eesj �iey haei fldaW w lUrfeevef Iteak, imk who-I ace Sradtholder is eapcAed here nt^ Wao^te^ay, to be.prtftet at the Affesebly oi the States of Hollaed aad Wdl-FnaQaad. L O N 0 O N. There is Advice If the Bleaaov froea Soeth*Caro)iaa, arrived off Dover, the* the Beailia, Cept. Leajw, for Philadelphia from Nov York, waa ie her Faflbfe left hear Nantucket, the Capteki aad Ci^ wmforeeV       ^ The Wittten, CHaawaey, end lussdoe efmhanr, Rep* �elds, ere etrived at Derei tmmjtftit By Letter* from Ubost of Urn tl of Advtee, that A�KM$9lt( has   ' " * " we have ch lithe thktv wfaetae .   r , , eieftDi- fUeMeaaafoiwailw ^ * rn^-^^x : ' Tomastew thok laWllkthnlBe �W Mate aad Prla- W*bear that w^lralnaaa^ACaiatiea of Piakl. laatd Cbbhaou ana 4T Qo ThWa# laft VlfcoosKeis Coehasa aatt. to her Lady * V� the Bfcfcat totd Cabhaat. W.e tear that tbe JRigbt Hon. the Lord George Bcatlnck will have one of-the vacant Regiments of Foot. Mr. Alderman Whitaker, of Liaae-Street-Ward, it declared on the Foil one of the Sbctifia of this City, by a great Majority, agairrft Mr. Corbetr. '   ' Scait'ouis began laft Saturday to be crofted in the loyal Exchange, to repair the Statues of King William and Queen Mary. James Peterfon, Efqt of Golden-Souare, ! appotated one of the Clerks of the Revenues of Ireland.' Mr. Jonathan Hiegins is appointed one of tW Clerk* under his Grace tbelTukebf Bedford, in die room 4/Mr. Lucas, preferred. On Saturday Night let the Mufical Bntsmaiameau at aW^^sTylwwWeJ*(5aJU raeni ended for this Seafon. Laft Week dteda^Manchafter in Laacaftilns Thomas Randal, Efq� aGcwtajnaapo&iTed of eplani'ifulFottaae in Chefturc. \. They write fraat Paris, that the Abbe Aubert de Vadua for Mesne has iavesucd a carious aad admirable fnilnimcnt, which he calls a Soanroap Aaemomatar 1 by tvMcheiejaat Conuivaace, WitVoot tbe Afiftaaca of Weights, PaHies, or Wheels and withoat aay Care taken e? it, all the Alterations of the Weather, at at the Heat or Meiiturc of the Air, Winds, MUb, fcc. are perpateaOy predicted, with for greater Certainty taasv by the Beraateter 1 aad this by a kind of Mnfick, agreeable ta the Bar, which eeajr bo alfo ib adjoftcd as to aafwer a Variety of Purposes for Pleafure At fttdlarl Wells,1a^agtotu thit tmiet btpr�M>sil av sbreriaeteirnt not pcrtorm'd there thefe tweafy Ycart eatU eke liatlat's rrogrefs. The whole to coacltde wk* aptaad ReprefeamtlorTef R�n�U�h Oatdtnt in the Wan-net thay were decorated at the febilee Halt. To begm at l%ta,Cfock. Back Pcrfoa to|� adsBhttd for a Pint of Wlat at Peach. At the New Wetfs in Ooodaun's Fiatdt, this prrfent performed, a new BnteruinrneHt, oiVM Tht Tea Soa^etfot, Meahtttn and Chapman. urday Bank Stock wai no Price. Evening, will be , the Shrp>t�eucaiag, ot Harltoum turn'd Ftyar, whtlt � coacluda wH the Temple of Aaotto. Scenes, Claatht, Mufick, and Dtcorat^na era all To begin at Five o'clock. Bach Pctfon ta Uadmtrakl for a Pint of Wine" or :Panch. . *-*>:^Mit Jaatai Bat); late of the City of Bath ib :-' inn; r-7Vai ' ""i1 iin^iiai--' India Stack; tcit. Sourb'Sea Stock, 116 $ 4th*. JQtitto Old Aaauii' Prka. Ditto New, 106 1 half a c B>hs. Bank rya>, ao Price. Dkta �>47, ic� t'ath. Ditto t?47, 105.  BaakAaaaittei        teff s.�jib\ Ditto 1749,106 14th. Three fat Ceat.'' h Sol, * toOJhi* Us JtWr'i 1W or J^awa^ fiwrel Ptrtrh   bmtr tin Liberty *f viewiv tlm mt'tm Tim ar.aar. nwife v Hmrt / tJkr find M, till fa Dy J*(*10 tit'jk/s/U ** D^-Ak*9>*J kftrfki &'Pfapp^:Q*u>*.,: :-.. .; ��-   ., '              ' t  s '     Baft-Iadia Houfe, AatuA it, *t4*>''',- rV"+f?M Gvt #/ Din8+i �f tb* Unitttt CkseW s/ I   Mirtliian �/ Engtaid tr+ti*t H fa Aa/t-A&i, W Jrrfy ��e Httitt, fa* fa fadGMfrmy tiW, mtfojifi , t>*ryMml>, ijjo, jm� tmd 4tf\^ mety he had at she Cemftrelttr'i Ojfite in tht C�//.#w#vjut.fuiJi^ em vbieb fatdfrinttJ P.*Ucnlari alt Perftm liMinj fir any cf  ^~m\3aV'^'r\> fa atoms Lati are to write their Pr*pej*ii. M^^"^ D   SEAMAN.   Csmft,,Uer. 1fl * I   

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