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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 25, 1749, London, Middlesex                                y Numb. 58^ Nd AY, Strr ttfttii t$i  1749. Deal, September 23 l HE Shin for Havre! is failed. AiTiv'd, and remains, the Warren, Woodropc, from Peterfburgh for Leghorn.    Wind E. S. E. Since our lift arrived a Mail from Holland. Mofconv, Augvft x9.    We have ____Account* from Constantinople of great Trouble! in many Parti of the Ottoman Empire :  Freih Troops are continually fending to Egyp'. *n order to k�p 1>e*ce t,,ere: An Armv '* kept 1* the Euphrates, as well to keep the Malecontentt on that Aide in AwcV* to have an Eye on the Motions of ike Perftan�, &c. Lord Hmdford, the Brttifh Minifter, having received Letters of Recall, 'tis thought he will have his Audience of Leave of the Emprefs in ten or twelve Days! Wtrftrw, Sept". 13. We have Advice from the Frontiers ofTtlrky, that-a-contagious Diftemper rages there, and daily carries off a great Number Of Perfons: On which Guards have been polled at all the1 Avenues, in order to prevent the Communication of that dreadful Malady to our Provinces. Stockholm, Sep. 17. The moll underflanding People here now believe, that there is lefs Hope of the Continuance of the Peace of the North than ever. The French Minifter, under i Pretence of being charged with a pacific Negotiation, has, by his Management, revived pur mod {anguine Hopes. There is a Talk of making the Prince Royal of Sweden Succelfor to the Grand Prince of Ruflja, |n Cafe his Imperial Highncfs dies without tffue Male rand pf eftablifhing a Trade in America, by Virtue of a Treaty of Commerce with France- JrUdrid, Sift. 9. A Convoy of One Hundred and Four Hole* arrived lately from Ferroll, with Part of the Trea-fure brought by the laft Fleet on the King's Account! The Court has received certain Information that EfFefls to the Value of upwards of $evcn Millions have been fmug-�kd by a certain great Perfon; A full Million has, it's (aid, been already found in her Palace* Orders have been fent iery ftridUy to fearch the Ships. This Affair makes a greet'Nuife here, and many People have been arretted up* OB it. *    - Medridi Stji. 15. The Letters from AUcant of the 10th Iaftsat mention, that the two Spanifh Men of War and the two Xabcques were returned to Cartbagena from (bending the Bay of Algicr. whjch they were Days per-Jeming under Dutch Colours, but that when they had finite*!, they fired a Gun, and faoifled Spanifh Enftgns � that it was believed the Ships and Xabeques would be dif-armed, as the Bomb Ketches were already laid up. Ir ir wrote from Cadiz, that a VcfTc) arrived there the 7th Infant from Vera Cruz, and laft from the Havantu, in fixty Pays, with Advice, that the two Men of War at Vera Crux were to fa I in the Month Of June, with Five Millions of Dollars; that two others were arrived at Cartha-gitoa r and that the (aid four Men of War may be expected in Europe about the End of next Month. Naples, Augvft 30. For fome Days pail we have been continual!/ alarm'd with a Squadron of eleven Algerinc Xcbccqucs cruizing within a fe* Leagues of this Capjul: the Commandant's ^hip carries forty Guns and joe/Men, four arc of thirty Guns each, and about j^Meft; and the fix others from eighteen to twenty-four Guns, and at lead � jo Men; which Squadron''tis fuppos'd came into thefe Seas to execute fome gre*tl%. jeft: And we learn by an Engliftt Captain, yUKfis arriv'd here from Tunis, that he in his PatTage met with the Ch;ef of this Squadron, nam'd Agi-Moufla (and who furmcrly was Prifoncr on board our Galley*) and was detain'd by him two Days, during which Time be difcover'd that the Commodore, with his VefTcl onjy, had been in the Night to reconnoitre the Ifland of Procida, in order to know whether the King was or would be there to take the Diverfion of (hooting Pheafants, as his Majcfly is accuftoni'd to do in this Seafon. The Arrival of this Corfair in our Seas has occafion'd fuch an Alarm; that for three Days the Inhabitants have abftain'd /from going to take the frefh Air on the Sea Coalt, for fear of being t,rpriz'd by the Algerines. The Government has taken divers Precautions on this Head, having fent Detachments of Troops into the Caftlcs and the (mall neighbouring Ides, and reinforced ail the Polls. Many light VciTels have bctn lent out to watch their Motions. Leghorn, Sept. 10. A Plan having been concerted between the Court o� France and the Republiclc of Genoa, for rranfponing a Rt-inforemcnt of 8000 French Troops into Corsica, in cafe the Troubles in that I (land cannot be otherwife appeaa'd \ we are zfl'ur'd that the Court of London has made ftroog Reprefentations againft it, for fear the fending of frefli Troops into Italy ihould give Umbrage to fome Powers. Vimna, S.p. 17 The Court is very attentive to the Affairs of luly, upon a Report, that the Republic of Ge-oa has demanded Ei^ht Thoufand Men from his moll Chriflun Majcty, to quafti the Difluibances in their Do Minions i and it is very certain, that \vc Ihould not be well {leafed to fee fuch a Bady of" Troops enter that Country noun any Pretence whatever. The Lieutenant Field Mar-. *-pu',t Grune, has, lately had a Fit of an Apoplexy, while in the Poll-Chaife with the Emperor j there use, however, Hopes of hii Recovery. * Stbajkoujht, $,p. re. They write from Bcrpe, that they have cu; o:F the Hcadi in litix^y of two of the Con-Ijpintora.who efcaped, and that'the Figures which repre-fentcd'tarin were quartered and burnt under the Gallows. d'afi^a, iu;.' The Report! that have ban fpread oi a cenafci grcui. Oifici'r U\ in^ iiepar.,cd fioui his Duty �n,the Eaft'Indies, are treated vviih Conwmpt by ion*, and PnudcrcU m quue iaouiet Lij-ht bv otUrs i but it is cx peeled that a Declaration will fhortly appear, that will clear up all Doubts oa this Head. L     ON     DO     N. Laft Week died, aged near 90, at abHoata in Norwich, Robert Britiffe, Bfqi fit waa aa eminent Coaafcllor at! Law, and reprefe^ted the aforefaid City ia feveral Parliament*. By hii Death, without Iffue Male, a large Eftate comet among the Children of his two Daughter*, one of which married Sir John Hobart, now Earl of Buckingham 1 and the other married Sir William Mordcn Harbord, Knight Of the Bath. On Saturday Afternoon was committed to Newgate by the Lord Mayor, a Mariner, late of the WincheBer Man Of War, for-forcibly entering the Office of Mr. Thomas, Wheeler, &c. at the Pay-Office im Broad-Street, oa Friday Afternoon, and thereby cootrouling bis Majefty's Pay, and putting Edward Falkingham, Efq; one of the Commiffioa^ ers, and feveral Clerks, ia Pear of their Lives, Src. by the Number* that were then, together. Jbctng upwards of 100, and who did not difperfe ull a Partf of Soldiers arrivVl. Yeflerday Morning his Grace Hie AtchbHhoD of Canterbury preached a Charity Sertnoo at Aldgate; Church to a numerous Congregation! there were, pretear the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, and feveral Aldermeh* His Grace afterwards dined with the Lord Mayor at Grocer's Hall. Laft Thutfday the Lady of Sir G*e>rge Wheatt, Bart, was fafely deliver d of a Son. at htsHoufein Bedford-Row. We heat that great Rcpauatiotu are making at the King's Theatre in the Hay-Market, and that the Balls and AtTcm-blies will ba tarried tfa and Conduced in the tame Manner as they were by the date Mr. Heidegger. On FriJay Night, about Eleven o'CIock. fome Lime which had been left by a Bricklayer againft a Houfc in Montagu-Court, Little Britain, was discovered to have fet Fire to the fame; and had it not appear'd fo early, ia all Probability would have dona macbMtfcanf. On Saturday Night fome EnglifhnMa and Iriflimen, who work in the Gardem at Pame^.and PaUsaai.^fallu�g out at the White Hart, they fell Ungating, smddW:liscir Garden Knives, and one Becker, wad some others of them. Were dangerOufly wounded.     " 1 On Saturday died Mr. Kaowlea, an eaalnehi Hatter ia Tooley-Street, whofe Wife died tho. Day before at hi* Country Houfe at Bromley hi Kent. On Moiiday laft died Mr. George Baanifier, Holer* at the Corner of Badford-Sueet, Corcat-Garden. At Newmarket Racesi, the. Bsnsuung of Oaober, a Nobleman is d 49 aft;i 10 at Night. Saturday bank Stuck *ai 10 liuc    Indis Stock, 19* 1 half.   South Sea Stock, no Price.   D;t:o Old Annul ties, 107  7 8th> a 3 4tt.�      Ditto Ntw,  106 1  half Bank Annuities 1/46, i^j 1 4th    Duro 1747, ic6 i 4th Diuo Loucry 1747. lo> ' 8ih.    Bank Annuities 1748 ic6 1 8th.    Dmo i7^y, ic6 1 8th.    Thrte jer Ccat-Annuities 100 7 8ihs a 3 4?h� a ioi.   Seven ptr Cent Emperor's Loan, 145     Bsnk C�r SwaaMM*MMMSl*M�MMMM>>�SBSSM^ Trinity Houfe, London, Scp:.jh,_�749-OTICB $1 hrrfy g:ttti, rf*n* thi^'Jjfjj^r' r��vwr N _      t'i tVorr m*wn, aid ihd aweftV      l* rift***, W Navy-OfEe�;;Aogafl'to�'l^?'�V Jt AWrntvAVtVrtrirteft/av/^ at FAom fUett in thr ^ht-mmg.C^mmffi^rlhg/Yt   J*tu t> tk fiid Vmrdi ivkiri Hi Pttftnt nwAo irrr U'iuitjg to It P*rifafrtt ��y A#c* tltUhrtj/ ^xiriiiiwtt^tfTb)r , 17^0, eotd peytiUe at Six Months Notice. v - THE Ctmm'ttee for kttingjbe dtp LshJiJh the d*m*t e/ the Chamberlain of the Gto of �iyt jWsWer, th*t they intend to left on'fevtrtd Leafti the ft/leaving fitti, vix. 1. Onmteafi for fixtttn Yetrt, one Mrfikagt orTeKtntent in Front in Thnmet-Strett, at the Nortb-Eef Corner cf Durkhauft-Lane, in tit Ottnpmtion of Mr. John McMy. H 2. On a repeuringIftafe for t
                            

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