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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 22, 1749, London, Middlesex                                �-.�*    If**"       . ~-W#Ovi%� , *�,r. -�s * -    ,*         *   --**    f    ^ f R [DAY, 'S^fljiia 2>a*/, Stptmber 20 A ME dm the Good Samaritan, Garnet, for Boordeaax s and the Swift, Crump, for New York i aad remain, with the Ship for Herw^qVGrace.  WiadS.W.T ExtraB tf et premtt Letter fhm * At length it appears by p i-__  �ate aa well as puWick Lett-let's that the Prince Royal of Sweden hat |irett all the * AlTurattce* whkh can be defiled, that he will make no * Alteration in the System or Form of Government; at it * ftiod when the Succeffioa thereto Wat fettled on htm. Bet that Matter being fix'd, is tlrer* no Other Caofa to 'ifrere&esaVJuat Peace in die Nortk esey ba ia Danger* � The Great Duke of Rofia has no Children by the MttctfV * 'Hir^rdcnt Contort, and for want of Iflue the Succeffion * to the Imperial Tbtone of Mtfcovy may poffibly be � -agreed on. ,But who will faceted to the important Dutchy � oi Hotftein^ fo advia;agcm.fly fitaatcd to- be of Weight �.ill the Northern Part of Europe I It may appear ijir- * psiang, that a QgeAion Otould be made of, wh*> mould � faccced to that Dutchy. but it is bcraafe the- Prince Royal � of Swede*, it called to it, that it is made. If HoWein -be ever re-united to Sweden, the Balance of Poweri which 'fa at prefeat efcabliftied in the North, and muR focever * be the flafia of its lafling Tranquility, will be entirely * 'deiin/frl hy foeh an Acqnifitton of Power to Sweden, * which will enable that Crown to give Law to Denmark �aftd the Lower Saxony, whenever her Iatereffc. or that of �*ker Allies, aaay require it.   Maxims generally received * aodeiabldhed amoogall Nations in thefe latter Ages, have determined thole Princes who are moft intercftcd in : * the* ftdemtioo of Peace in the Noon, to take provi-'fioaalCare of the Suecrfiion to the Dutchy Of Holftcin, �tat fctiV Article of which ought to be, that the fame "(homd never devolve to a Prince feated on the Throne of ''Ruflia or that of Sweden. The Great Duke of ftuflia �k ready to enter into tin's new. Pregmarick Law, the * Coait> leafed the Chiefs, that they told him pUinly, they would not go tpere. Grata, Sep. te. The Wc'l affected Citizens, whofe Nuabrr is the moll confidcnjbte, wece the full to complain Of the feditioos Papers ftuck up in dive.-s Plates of this W�y i and fcvcral Pcrfon* having been taken iato CaAody oa Sufpicioa, ihcy have petitioned the Government to have w�m tried a�d puniihed, and that Arsct Search be made after the fecrct Autl�r�. The Noblclle a!fo have made tae fame lnft�nccs, and dtfeovcred on this Occafion how much they dctcft the Cooduet ot ihulc who prcfume to depart from (be Refpcct doe to the Sovereign Authority. Um/re, Sep. 11.  The King arrived here the �9th about Fonr in rho A/tetnoM from Rotten 1 he was received at the Gate of the Towa by the Governor, who prtftnted to him the Keys, aad conducted to' the Town-Houfr, which had been prepared for hit Reception. The fame Evening hit Maiety viliad the Port at theEairance of the Hat-boar i >na itext Day te.eeme Abroad about Nine in the Mbmrnf. aad tbok a Turn ohthe NorthPier, irdm whence ho had a View of the Harboar at Low Water, and of the Ufesof thefeveral Slakes. Then after hearing Mafvln theParilh of Notre Dame, hit Majell} went on board Hhe Chariot-Royal ia the Baton, and from the Balcony of the Cafernet ot the Marinetv faw all the different Workings of a?nip, the CaTeeafof of aaotker Voflel, ac. Hit Ma jolly afterward* vlfttd {atdiflererit MtnufactOr!ei betong-,ing to ^e Naval AtJeaaV and then retarriirig to the. Hotel de Vi�e, ree^vM the t^pliinwtS of the ParJismentand Chamber of A�o*Mtof Normandy. In the Aftethoon which he vifited the Rope.Watk, the Citadel.' and ike Snuff-Mtfrafactory.Tne*Riti|;ieft this Pfstcc thirhfomv iag (after hearing ,Ma& irrthe Town^Houfe) under a triple Difcharge of the Cannon of the Towny Citadel, and Ships in tbrHarbotiri at nt hit Arrivali ) t,;. . L. O N � D ,0 N. .   Wie hear that the. Hon. George Doddingtoni Efq� is laj^inted-Treafurer     hit Royal Htghweft' the Prince of Yerterday being St. Matthew's Day, the ttfrd-Mayor, Aldernreny- end the reft'of thrGoverirbrt of the feveral Hofpi'tah of this City, niet in fhe great Hall in Chrift's HofpitaT/. ajid %etkt''ii%ai ^dntf \'tb;Ckrlft^Chttrch; where . they heard'* Ser^dn^ . ahfr ffoqt' thence' to the Grammar* ; School, where, the two ienior Fellows nude Orations, ac*. coHingtOancleKTCullom. OnTuetthy U*^velirs|wh, Vent*m\yei at BriRol from, Barbadoei. inlfik WeekM tad thh V%Uance, Sdrrejkl, from ArtttgOs, in eight Weeks, who), fourteen Day's ago, fpoke with the Caiofia^ Foftertof and for London from JaaMic*} 'Am bad Utea'our nine Weeks, and 'all were well onboard/../'     ' . ' ^l:;:y �   . A Frenco Ship bound for' Boardeaox, was lately loft near the Swyn Boden t the Craw-and Cargo fav'd ' ^ ' On WtdhtfdayNighv Sir "Richard Hoafe, Krit. arid Alderman of this City, atrtved^^ToW'nirom the Southern Parts of Frances where he basrefldid for fome time for the Rewvery'of kiattcehh.-'1 � YeAarday died Mr, %d*ard James, at hit Houfe near the Hay-Market. He was Trunk and Cafe Maker to hi* Majefty and the Army. A Propofal 'ia ttadeV' Confideratido for removing the Lights, and fixing .others, much higher and more, conve> nicntly than at prdeatt � the Channel, and on the Coaft five�hlhps petiffied In the Year: 'if4*. > i On Wednefday Night, about Eight o'clock^ OM'atoore was knocked dowa in Lbng.Atre. and rohb'd* by; three Ruffiani, who'detperately Cttthi|Hnad{nt^r�elJlicej. and one Cut on hts-Eyav whereby ktkat cjoite Ml the Sight thereof. He was carried to the Middlefex-H^fpital to tbe token Care of. ,    v; Lad Wcdnefday was, committed to New-Prifon by William Withen, Efqt one Mary Cowe), on Sufpicion of Healing an Iron Stay, fuppoi'd to belong to a Sign. Some more of the Gang which infeded the Kieldi near Kentiih-Town, Pancras, 4c. and are fuppoi'd to .be of the fame Gang who lately robb'd Mr BentlV, his Majtfly *� Fifhmonger, have been taken up on the Information of an Accomplice. Qmttrhirj, S*f4. ao. t.A few Days ago was committed to Maidllone Qaul by R. Manning, Efq; Daniel Anfjm, on a ftrong Sufpicion of murdering a Marioe or Soldier about three Years ago, at St. Peter's In the Me of Sheppoy. At Sadler's Wells, Iflington, this Evening will be \refented an Entertainment not perform'd there thefe twenty Yean call'd the Harlot's Progreft. The wliole to conclude with a grand Reprefeatation of Ranelaith-Gardens in the Manner they weredeeorated at the Jubilee Ball. To begin at Five o'Clock. Each Perfoa to be admitted for a Pint of Wio* or Punch. At the New Wells in Goodman's Field*, this prcfent Evening, will he perform'd, a new Entertainment, call'd the Ship-launching, or Harlequin turn'd Fryar. The whole to conclude with the Temple of Apollo. The Scenes, Cloaihs; Mufick, and Drcdrations arc all new. To begin ar Five o'Clock. Each Perfoo to be admitted for a Pint of Wine or Punch. Tbi Cimbht Cluik *�i llttd aitmrtit'd Yifitri*], it It it (fried n Ati. June* in C�>�r.i.j��, ml EtlMii VelUrd^ay Bank Stock was 139 3 4thi, India ^iock, 1 kslf. iouth-Sca Stockr~t-t?-�^4thih. -Ditto-Old-Annuitiei, 107 7 8ths. Ditto New, too- 1 half. Bank Annu�titt 1746.UO Price, pitto 1747. to6 t ?th. Djtio Lottery 1747. 10$ a'1 jth', Bank Annuitiet 1748, �c6, 1 8tb. Onto 1749, 106 1 81b. Three icr Ccat.;,AR' riuitio, 100 3 4�ht.   India Bond� 3I  13s. a 14s. r\\ e.t by Vlnua �( l\,t M�)7rt>'� Hoyal l�tt�t Patent { will icit.ov* (n hu been c�jKfi�nte4 to '   1 Ho *Bridg� this De*at t6Mkoiea ter 7 in the MotoioRv �wj^4?       > ** WjN- . WHKRfcrsS Ibaw .eiil have tnieirmt* X* �fttik thi Moving t  the MMaene of kis eajsay'a . e---. tTttOCB i nlaflM> Hume, Mr. Wfltwa. "thien, aw) Msw lUasvc -Kike, am As^fWthatCaMmi aaAtlaelsirwt��. alilmeiieabi or Mfarftlr, raamni WjWf w�a tfce ft* VtTfr aasory. ea�sm lisehol on* Ftrthiae fiwetsl* fart. Asm* aa Aruaa^.tbtwrfj Men ant Cttotraty, them Oy�er� to 4ir�ac my Sim snsMseJi net Satsatn eat SoHkn only f*ownn�e to near tw^.Mtaer>^-;ta*at^,* ArMts .fur wbjKt   4�e � ihsea, ,^**L----- moire them to (>m)�tce tht Actmnt* /Sjlta ml tMr*w>">* "hmm thataeoSM At f Hear A  sh*m*-*t* m Gr#*eas if boit mmttfi earf *��# awerirrwisYav (vpsVn< one* rSwrti/Jotten/f^^ A- Navy Oake, eVsgnft ys �y T^HB /WavrW Qktrt WO^rWri ^ ^r .^fgtj,*. -, - and oilier Irflimmat^ry Oiflffnpw,. publ ftieJ by VCrtut of k\,t .A*)tfly't Royal Leltcrt Kttcpt l vvitl lerr.ov (*i hu btcn <*mi m��y th'.ufjtut Cafe�) my coBtlnm) Acute r'ott in  trw Hot,... . �n* ,.it<* with Convu'frMW, l.^lit-he^rd/icft, and wuiO ^yni^iomi But it ttkxn in iit� Ikaui'tinf of* Fever, pre IVe i* K�aM�lly (uinf'�nt la Ptrlutih �Cur*. It ft Wtewife a moft erT'^ti^/ R,|i)t,Jy ror.aU (ntcrn*! J ifi<:i, Ma\i Rbtumalj/tji' anil the Low. fi eiUt ft' cecd'iig Itom fl�w �nd Utrnt F�ve'  nd Uncafi ...              _____at__a r� ttti Hyitrrica 1 *nA * (� which tie lentrally mftiliL----.-r_-,.. ..,..,...._ , - !>.(� rcmaikahly ftp* the Progreft of* C�W. anj ceruuiiy frtnnu ill CtMiia .i��|       �^�� ��/ Dilardee, .he' V�urc* c(( *l^htfc' Pow^w'are fcl4 only b� J. fttv/htitj, it the tjiti'e *ui Sun "� Sr P-ul'fChareh-yaia. o��r->^l.im the tyorth Door 6f ihsChuxh, at a i- ft d. rf>� two O0&1, with good AUoWaaiJt to (hole who !uy (Item tw ch*jnaW� Ufc#, ot K* M -i i frpentl Pirrxdi tf JJ Stem, Ud apart im Ltti, im the /sH if kmth tbertiHt tt.l ntr tit ttbtr, r* :b* Ottcf-tijs tf RUert SfM. h'ett. Tit tu.t '/Ul-mt*ri�*'J ht. .*/'/ e* lr-AalAN,   L -pr-..T.   

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