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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 26, 1749, London, Middlesex                                TUESDAY,  Septembjh 261 '749- Dm/, Septtmbtr 24 AME down and fail'd, the Prince Frederick, Couclc, for Gibraltar, withjrthe Warren, Wpodroofr*, for Leghorn. No Ships in the Downi. Wind N. E. . Ycfterday arrived a Mail from Holland ard one From Fkancr. Ctnftanfinepli, Augvjl ii. The Porte is greatly Conccrn'd to hCAr lh� the Bafhaw of Rhodes has been arretted at Malta, as Author or Accomplice of the Plot contrived in that Wand againlt the Grand Mailer and the Knights of that Order. Thi� has been the more vexatious, as this Bafhaw is the Sbh of the Mptain ttafhaw, one of the principal Officers of the Ottoman Empire, and befides very mnch cllccmcd gt'Court. It's affurcd thai the Grand Vizir lias fpoken of ijjj, Affair to the Marquis dc Dcfallcurs, Ambiflador frOtn P^nce^ and that his Excellence has wrote to Im Court tbouCj it. fftetjbtvrg, Stpf, i�. The Troops, which ever fincc the lie-nth.'�of Juri& lull nave been .always in Rcadificfs to inarch, are to bo into Winter Quattcrs towards the End of the Month. They will be diilributcd in fuch a Manner, as to be able to move again upon the full Notice, particularly the Dragoons and light Troops, which will be quartered in the Places nearcft the Frontiers. Orders arc given to prepare a great Number of Swords and Bnyoncts for the UJe of the Army againft the Month of April. pr$t*% Sfft. si. The Court has ordered fotne Pcrfons to-be taken up, for fending Advice to foreign Courts of what ptffcd in the late Diet, and railing Reports difadvan-cajeoui to the Steur. jftfla, Sept. 9. The Magiftracy of Health having been uiTorntei) that the Plague made great Havock upon the Coifti of Africa, bat juft given Orders, that the Ships whiten dull arrive in our Ports from Leghorn,, (lull afreih be obliged to perform a Quarantine of fifteen D-iys. The Pence,.fecond Son' of tiieir Mujcllics, is taken ill of the Small-Pox. Rttk, 0W113.   We hear that the Court of Prance is Beatified, with the Bull of indiftion for the Jubilee, his (ft CKjriAlan Majefly pretending to be'diftinclly men-tion'd10 diefe Kinds of general Bulls; and it's reported, that** this Formality has not been obferved, it's probable that the Biill will not be received in the Kingdom. The Pope has at length granted Leave to the Primate of Poland to wear, the red Habit. M. CIttnenti, who officiated as Minitcr from Spain after the Death of Cardinal Acqua-vira, hat quitted the Pre.ra.cy, and accepted of the Place of Couaftlfer of Caftillc, which his Camolick Mojefty has  fi:rr*d upon btttt. Uglprii.Stpt. iz. The Mailer of a Daniifh Vcflcl, ffrivd Ycfterday from Alicant; brings Advice, that as he srat coming out of that Port he met the Engliili Squadron tinder the Command of M. Keppel, reinforced by two �Fire-Ships, fleering for Algiers. Amjhrddm, Oelohr z. A Deputy,Frojn their High Migh-irincfl'ei affittcd" at the C>Jrt of DirecWs of the VVcit-Iudia Company held this D*y, in order to. deliberate upon "he Method which mil ft be made' ufe of, for prefenting to his Serene Highncfs the Prince EtadtholdCr, the Diploma of Governor-General of the Wcil-lndits, and of the Colonies thereon dependant ; as^alfo, upon the Dividend which is proper to be nude upon the Anions of the fajd Compmy. Paris A-h-main, ieptiiq. The Inf.mu, end the Infanta Ifcbciio, will gu to Foil aiiibleau with nil the Court, from whence they will fet out the' 7th for I'a nn. Many rich Habit8, am} m ich gvand Furniture. are STulping licit', wmcIi 1 he King deli^u? 10 preh-nt to that IVmccis, who has ordered fcvcral Seta of magnificent TafeUry Hangings, wlfi.-h will coil 400000 Livre:, to be fiude for. her ui tlic Gubciines and Bcauv.iis. On Thinfdny      the I..idles i > which hive been nia.e '. m by lue inhabitants of the Carrcfo^r, Eufly and D.tuphincfa Mercer, ihc Pjuvoft of the Mfrci..;nti )m iiunr.-ied to ihole who OicOpy the iwo I'ewLio:.a uf Mu/.ir'ir.e Colli ^ not to icnew thur Lrafcs. Lalt Week a Caufe was tijed at the t'hatelrt, which had bictf depending in that Court twenty-nine Years, between rvladatn.,ij� Miiiierei (ne Cl.cva'ur I.urbtrt, ar.d M. de Mo"4s on 011a Side, and tin* .uur Ar.dic i>n ttie other. 1 he Cauijc. o: ^1,1 was a Wager of .\',:cco Livres laid by the forintr -.uA 6^ocoj Livres, Lid by ctic l.uier, that before the I'.nd of two Veor, the Actions of the Usnk would ii;e t.� 40 00 l.ivrri. The? Sic't Ar.drc having loll, paid ^r. Mujas lie taocoo I.i/res, but fcuJadam de Me 2-Kies rfot havir,)?, t�cmrd any Fmt of this IVJoney, brought her Action againft M Morati, and by this T�ial loll her Caufe, i�cJavlri^thutq 11 pfpv'd Payment. L      O      N       D      ()      N The fjLubari, Ci.pt. J-4vkfou Poudon, from Genoa and Leghorn, drove" pi\ 6ti>re the 19th in!L in Oei van's li�y, bou^ ihri&M'iTre from I'dlmoMti ; tht-y were in Hppes of picle^viiig the Cargo, bat, were apprehetifiva the Ship would be loft UH f�d:'WLAiC-2U.� is turJ�'d, that an Edict u pub-J^'Oy  lW|.�f*tlrf-^S^rl|r .lttiksn.' it Death for any Spanifh Subjecls to trade with^he Inlvontants of GibraUur, . W^rt; Uln|s^ Yb tfur'GalJcys, &� was the, Pun^imsnt J o�jria�y th�.J jth inil. cameon the K'.cftfvn of Mayor,, �d Other Omc�s for the 'Fonvn and County of Pool for tteeafabK Vc*r� ,�^Kn|thp,fuHowlng Gentlemen were by y.V\f. MajorrH' 4Jly ujccled ; vi*. David Durell, kf4, tr7ff ^ riaMtWftfte/ar pfqj (the wefent Mayor) Senior On Satorrjay a Perfon was tommitted to NeWjrate fo* (tcaling Plat* from the Right Hon. the Lord Dclaw*'** Houfe in Grotvcnor-Squarc, where he was at Wofk. Yeftcnray a young Man was detected in pickipg the Pocket of a Perlon at the Pay-OtKce in iBioad Street, and was deli'ver'd up to the Populace, who had him to a neighbouring Horfepond, and after well duck;ng of bint they llript him quite naked and fcvertly whipt him, nuk'tig him run th* Gantlet before thc^ptrmitted him fo     tM~ Yefte'rday the grand Match for 100 Guineas brtw.cn Woolly Morris and James Marfdcn, was run, el^von times round the Artillery-Ground; it was pcrlorm'.l in twenty-two Minutes, and won by the former by forty V.irds, Stvrbicb-Fair. "Our Fair here turru-d out muck tWtter' than we expected; Hops fold from t'. 1. 10 9I and not witfifianding the Mortality among the Citilc in many Parts of Jinglahd, the Pritc of Checfe run dewn to 14 s. perC. and foitie fold at us. and there remained nbove icoTojss unfold. The Rev. Mr. Garnetr, Fellow of ope of the Colleges, returning from the Fair,.in the Evening; w*� attacked by two Footpads In a narrow Lane, who demounted ht,m, and titled his Pockets of ibme S'tUer, bttt milled his Watch and Gold, and were making off with his Horfc, but he proving unruly, and but breaking to a full Dit, they were glad to tbrow*him up again directly. Brijitl, Sift, a3. ^Vc have an Account from Kingfwood, that the Colliers patrole the Wood evert Night with Fire-Arm�, Sec. fcvertl Parties of them Keeping Watch t>y Turni, to prevent any of their Brethren being ft istsd unaware , on account of destroying the Turnpikes. On Saturday Night a large Body of them came as far as the Turnpike Lodge on the Toghill Road, and fired fonte Slugs into it. They expccled to have met a Party from Biillol, on a fecond Visit, to apprehend ft. oic Colters, againit whom informations have been given to the Com-iniflinnerV. Edinburgh, Stpt. 19. Laft Friday the Ri^ht Han. James Lord tioyd, eld tit Son to the late E.iri of Ki'mamock, was married to Mil's Rebecca Lock hart, Daughter to Mr. Alcxindcr Lockhart.of Craighoule, Advoca'�. Yellerday -- Stewart, a Highlander, was takVn into Cuftody for wearing the Philcbeg, contrary to Ait of parliament. We had the mod violent Storm of Wind a�ul Rain on Sunday that has been f�r a lorg Time pad, wV'tch hn done confiderable Damage, by railing 'h.- Waters to fitch a iI'ijJ't as to carry ofl Bridges, and gic.it Quantities of Corn frn.m tiiC low Grounds; and we aie alr..:.i of hearing mote of its difmal Conleqiiences. tllafgvw, Stpt. 18. On Monday lift diet! John Grjh-�m, of Douglafloun, Eiqj His Death rxcvc>h >^ly and jaitiy r-gritted, as hui-was a Gcntlernan of g-eat Worth, and a great Encourager of Trade and .Manufactures. On Tuefdiy- a Hoy of ihr?c Yiars old, g'.'i-^g in'o a neighbouring Houfe, had his \rtii accidentally Ic-.IJed in fomu hot Peafe-Pottage ; the A'omni of tf-c Houfe bMiti'y wrapping her Apron round ir, brourjht olFt'.e Si"in ; '-^o-rantly ttmiking 10 remedy thi�, ih^ i'hrutt lh-Gardens in the Manner they were decorated at the Jubilee Ball. To begin at Five o'clock Bach Perlou to be admitted for a Pine of Wine or Punch At the NkW Wells in Goodman's Fieldt, tiJU prefent F�enin/, wi|l be perform"d, o now F-ir . Singing by Mif� Agnetti and Wila Juletta The Stenes, Clo�ths, i Mufiek, and Decoration! aie all new. To begin at half | an Hour pail Four and end at Nine Each Pciion to be admitted lor a Pint, of Wine or Punch._,_ Yellerday Bank Stock waj 1 y) 3 4ths. India S-.txk. 190 1 half. South Sea Stock, 110 Price. Dit:o Old An-nvt:cs, 107 7 BUs a 3 4ths. Ditto New, no Puce Hank Annuities 1746, 105 1 8th a 1 4th Ditto 1747. no Price. Drfto Lo'tcry 1747, 10^. Hank Annuities 17+8, ictij'a 1 Sin. Ditto 1749, icf> 1 S h. Three rcr Lent. Anno inn. 100 7 8ths. Bank Cumulation, no Price lnd a Bonds ^1.   a i    ____^ ^I'^.iiE Litmuiilrn fir tr/ling r6< (j'.i l....�Ji in t'< \ Aumht of tit U.'.u/do Inn �/' tht (jtf jf 1 :.-Ji* |< .t A'j/A'i*, tfatttbLj wilt/.tt.-t i" li- C-uii.il (%ukj*r a.' L,idi/.U:.it, all h\J'ltfJ(tJl t*  U'r;. -/ Vrlpijubjkftn flttb i'mJoJil -wii ..rc'�.t"'"�i to/am PaSf.:.i Mjritti tfibii Cttj, that it to Jut, t.-rMit.uJ. iioxty t.:~-.t, /y����'�/��� ami Fhit, tuba tin 'o.L,U t^.ihir, cr Af^rht ftl'H'ittly 'pHT/P-'hitttf, tci/b nil thi t).,fj, J/../,fi. unj Atpvt tin\inc(ithertU*tt�t ta�(-o� {*t�t triiiw**' >i \t->f*       rtrSru'-^jjft MR. STACK 110USliS Saatrt ilillott. of t�.� Ifbl-V HlBl.K, riom-thc VtttUn�f *l,Hk ttr tii.i. N.-ic op .nun* toK �* <)ina Mil Tr*iitlil�n', aad i ct�-� but f.cm:ay  u arv} ,M*n� u |�i j tttMe, �titN . Set of k^U beft IMMUjUrf 'jUHijSa'ijyfr. (,-tiSn).   I"*�e 11, j*. ;t>. �       .'��u Wi.H Lit Msjety**' iWefsrttvf1'^^ ''"">,"... IN'nttil *�rt� ttt \. A..ftVn. 5n Nf*j�te-htt��| �iv4 folih) th* B.wk^ f�ilr.� irt tn�W# Scctbttjy. *mi Irttilf, "'"  J- -V..]''[' * J,    Mtrtbxntt �f E��b.n4 trtldi*� f� the tin^'h^it.', W t\r.bj git* i\WiM */M(t'J^. tbtir B,tdf. 41* tbe Rmt ttf iTbirftPkfi>;Ji (Si^wif; ptrjxmT, m tbifjbaJt b&vrQxajSe* ftriimilbtit i* fttibvty^ iueh r-svirs Frtfrrr.tif nvill h&hs* i� it* prtft�t[BtnJ-Hftfin^ frevntkt ib& S�tKt cfft'tJ ty -tlm ,$"fc\v fxttat ^ttjEffi i|r* raj*!.-*?/, ��?./ tb. t tlvfumr fa t(tuL-u  <�yn.>,ii.   t� � ft f! OurwVms Jlr hlti*$ tA G'ii L*adt in thtAta^ntiif tf the Chunks!** effbt' 'COyrf laxtl^t ttet (tififii'i -1: i�% /�*rW to ittt     jixtml L:ftl(k:' u*i Eluuihlb titv.       �  �'   ��        !- t. On a Rrpjtti ing l.;.t-r *.-t'j<.r*L I". Fitjt.r, b:ri  Eulei, ntd Slri  l^a-V.t. .      j ? -O* a Rp.-.-.';n^ /.;.�/ ,.r tixrKt}ate Ve.irt^ B�.- Mefolgt     ., cr k,   a/ tb. cfo-w, ni DutktJttt'LtVH, itjbeOaupttfian *f  ;tt  tif. ' i). One .\ttifit,>gt tr �Jtti-rtr.t i'i fr.f!t ifl Qift^fir Street,   .., ti.i.-.i>aig St*thv.>urd ti tie 4il*vt, ib tbt 0.tit^it-it af t'tttry-.  nd fnua fl'artbctijti built-. n i m, enr >tr tb, stiff, in tie Qf-ufatttn of Robert Sectt,        v A*'-, Tbe tit, Ld-meiuirill Late -.till be lett toytbtr �f     V f.p4jnK, fir nUudtng tr r.piit'ing, ft thi Ofthu >f tb�" Bl.H. '� iWt., *>*l  .d;r -/ I'. 0V.W.-/J* LitU-n, Timer)**, /*'* tht ijth i'.jt+til, *t Fur *'*'.:;i i in th Jf Urartu, la tome Pitpeftdl Jar i th, ,4i^i, tft.et-tbfurtl t muni nnJputted Ptatbutari uu't i  Of is in tbt CtuildbetU .tfe-i f-'d i *�'-*.bt.b   id pint >d l-4.-iti.J~t, J! Pitfj/n tfj��4 for w if tie c/vt* t-ti Jftfe *%rtte th,ir Prtfjfiii.. I)   SHAMAN,   Cimffttlii.   

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