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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 27, 1749, London, Middlesex                                Tfie Daily Advertiie*. W E^NES D A Y,  September if,   174$; vflbrf, September 15 RRlVD. (lit Queen Caroline, Foster, from jaauuca. Carat down (�d fi-lrd, the Mary, Faulkner, for JLtcfcorft No Snips In the Down,   Wind N. N. B. Fetnjhnrjh, Soft, if. We have loft fell Hopes of feeing theEmprefi before the Beginning of the ncx, Year. C t/imtimififf Anjnyf <{ Here has been fome great and cogfidenbk Changes; the Grand Signior having depofed feveralof Ac Great Officers, and appointed others in their The RcbcBaoa, Cud foane Time ago to be begun by Sotynaa Pafcha of BvsTora, is confirmed s he actually ntcecks the Town of Baby!oa, and his Army incrcafes: bfcafures are takisg to tare that Province, arid deftroy him t four of the cesghooormg Pal dm have Orders to inarch dnfr Troop? to relieve Mctonci Pafcha in Lab) Ion. Some � ttfraar that Troojrt cannot arrive  .taioa fotttc Expcdtsriatioas during the Winter, and, pof-'�jtflf? 'otbtt*'l>6cetdagi in the Spring. Jbfm, QStkr 1. We have received Advices from Madrid, that the Coast of Spain has onder its Confideracion, a Project for opening a free Trade in the Wind of Porto-.|tteo� , ia oirdcs* to fappry that Island, and from thence the �d| of shear FlahtaTrsntrs. with Negroes, as the molt effects Meat* fopamag as �od to the illicit Trade in L     O     N     D     O     N tHiutti^Sift. �6l The King has been pleafed to grant tie ftfaities of a Btnaisd Earl of the Kingdom of 'Great" Britain, nso his Grate Algernon Duke of Somcrfet, by the Name. S^V, and Title of Baron Warkworth, of Wadtoorth-Ca&fe ia the Co amy of Northumberland, and fart of Koathaaabcrliail; to hold the fame to him, and the Heirs Mak of his Body � and in Default of fuch Iflue, Li Sir Hogjh Saaishfoo. of S�t�wick in the County of York, Baronet {Soa-ia-Xsw to the laid Duke of Somerfct) and the Heirs ai&k of his Body by the Lady E'izabeth Snsithfbe his present Wife {Daughter of the laid Di'kc of SotBcrfct). and in Defiah of fuch lffue, the Dignities of 9krOawfs_Warkis , of Warkwonh-Caiilc. and Countefs of NoslthaCTbeirSacd. to the laid Lady Elizabeth Smithfon, and the Dirwi;;i o! Biron Wukworth and Earl of Nor-rhiimbftlang. to her Kdf\ Male Hss M�j*$y hss alto been plcas'd ta grant unco hit Grace \ Algeraon Doke of Ssmerfrt, the Dignities of a Bsron and Sari of the Kingioas of Great Brjiaiu, by the Name, Stile load Tile cf iwuoa of CocKcfn�outi� in the County of CuanbcrUnd. a-.i Earl ci EerrmDnt in the laid County of Cttn*bcrf*ad; to bcli iMciitac to him, and ihe Heirs Hale of EL> b.^Ii . ^.cJ Dc�u.lt of fuch ltfue, to Sir WycdiiU^, ci Oici�ard-Wyndhaon in the County af-SetaetSe", �sractci, {\rpj�cw to the faid Duke of So-aacrfet) aci t&c He is Male of his Body ; an J in Default f fttch Ii'jlc. 10 P  the Duke of Ccmbcilar.d, Sir John Lt^^o tr. P^iiip liostywood, arc to be created l:ttl!'l-kJ*rih*l*- Thcre u Advice of the Dea'h of Lieutenant General Fnmpcsn, usho l*d bt-rn cur a fhootiag, and caught Cold, and beupg taken trnh a frr.'cr, died foon after. GaStrusaylu? �kI at )ih ScjI it Crar.bary �n the County ef SctthaaspiWB. Ti.�uaa� Dannuer. tlq; Deputy-Matter of tkcOrcji: V. arc'riuiie He km left only oue Son, Ttoma* Lec Dkjhcs�, F>  in tuc IVaJc, ii run an Skonc at Grcorrlcrt, near H�rv>ich. Oa iUonday Gsor^e Pin, Ef  kawoisajk to be forged, ta a Publican, for a *>Mife Cfta^iaunaOj of adaka ha was sound guilty, and feittenced to be imprifon'd three Months in tfewgate, and once within that Time to Hand on the Pillory in Broad-Street.   ! Yeftcrday Morning A Plaiftcrer fet! from a Scaffold three Stories high, at the Houfe of Mr. Clavcrin;, a Tobacconitt in Mint-Streer, Southward, whereby he fradur'd his Skull, and died a fhort Time after. On Mdndsy lait died of a Fever after a few I>av* Illncfs, Mlfs Mary Shipley, of the Poultry; a Perfon whole agreeablentfs of Temper, with other good Qualities hat render'd her an irreparable Lofs to all her Relations and Friends. On Monday died, Mr. John Phillips, an eminent Merchant in Towar-Strc*t, On Sunday died at her Seat at Hadlry near Burnet, Mrs. Mutters, aged 89. She was reckon'd one of the largeft Women in England. > Monday Night Mr. Rowler, Matter of St. James's Coffee-Houfc, going home alonfe Pall-Mail, was attack'd by three Footpads, with Piftoli, near the Stir and Garter Tavern, who prefenttd them at him, and commanded him not to fpeak, a Word^ or they would blow hit Brains out, while the third, with a Idng Knife, threatened to cut Ms Throat >f he did not deliver his Money immediately, and then turned oat hit Pockets, and took from him two Three Pound Twelve Shilling Pieces, two Six and Thirty Shilling Pieces, two Guineas, and forte Silver j all this was d�ne at a fmall Dillance front the Stands Of ftverai Watchmen; Sittings appointed in London and Middlefex before the Right H.on Sir William Lee, Knt. Lord Chief Juftice of his Majefty's Court of King's Bench at Weftminftch in sn ! after Michaelmas Term 1745 Middlefex. Friday,     Nov. 3. Tuefday, 7- Wedncfday, ij. Saturday, zj. After Term. Wednefday,       20. Btftm, July 17. *Mtddiefcx. Saturday,   Nov. 4. Thurfday, 9. Monday, to. Mondiy, ' 27. After Term. Thurftlay, 30. By Captain Bell, arr-ved here from Nova Scotia, wo are informed, that Monfieur Ramfiy was arrived in the River of Sr. John's from Canada with an armed Brigantine, to prOtetfl the new Settlement and For. tificatipns begun at that Place, and fupported and carried on by the French Intereft. We alfo hear, that Ct.pt. Fofter was arrived at Annapolii, with upwards of an hundred Recruits from England, and was preparing to fail directly for Chebuflo i and that the neutral I'rench (us they are improperly called) wcreof late grown very infolent. Bofion, July 24. This Day Capt. Foiler arrived here in tea Days from Chebucto, by whom we are informed, that the People there are plentifully fupplied with frefh Provifions by the French Inhabitants t ana tha^jhey go on brifltly in clearing the Land, and preparing of Frjtmcs for Houses ; that Governor Mafcarene, and other Gentlemen from Annapolis, are arrived at Chebucto 1 and that Capt. Rom in the Albany, and Cant. Pe^rfc in the Bofion, were gone to St. John's, to dilturo the French'in the Settlement they are making there. An Extjfail of � Letter from Coutcrlmry to the thp-Plantfrt in Enjl Kent, J.m.t Srft. so, 1749. ICaution'd you in my lalt. Gentlemen, agajnft the pernicious Dcfigns of the monied flop - Merc hah t s to you-ward : I had fuflicient Renfons tor to doing, which they themfelvet have given you Immediate and convincing Pioois of in a circular Letter; printed and difperfcd all over the Country, entitled // Letter fivm a ^tutUntan at Canterbury to bit Friend, a Hhivcr, in Lanthn, dutedSeptember  J, 1749. But, Unluckily for them, they have a bad Caufe to fup po.'t, which, God knows, they have fupported but very weakly, being obliged at their fir ft fetting out, to have Rc-courfe to Facls inoft, glaringly falfc ; for, they allure you. The Plantation! fur exceed in Quantity avl/eit in general tbty tvere laid at before picking, (I give you their own Words) and that fome if the (Canterbury) rlantrri are ftoprixxd at tbt l/igb Priets H'jpi fellfor in London. Had they not, in their next Paragraph, given you a Specimen of their Intelligence, convey d to tlfeni through the dirty Channel of fuch Grub-Street Manager* (who indeed, they own, have lull'd them into a Lethargy) enumerated in a long Train of Tapilers, Porters, Chamberlains, Carriers, See. I Ihould have been more furprized than I now am : A Man may live an Age together, and not even meet with fuch a barefaced impudent Aflertion : A Shoe-Boy, unlefs he had for fome Time herded with their Managers, and themfeives too, would be aihamed to propagate fuch a monftrous Falftty, among thofe, efpecially, who can read and write : A Talent which, in all Appearance, (ia Charity I fpeak it) neither they nor their Managers arc endow'd w|tht in a Place too, where thofe very Facls mull be moil unavoidably confuted : For nothing is more notorious, than that the Plantations in general came down � vallly fliort of every Body's Expectation. And why a Canterbury Flatter ihould be furprtzed at Hops felling now for 71, or 81. per Hundred, wheu the Growth of England, in ail Appearance, has fallen fliort of 30000 Bags, 1 own is Matter of much Surprize to me j nay, I think it unrcafonable to fuppofe any thinking Man can be furprized; and my Supposition will be ftrongly fupported by this one Argu ment; A fhort Crop of every Thing will always fell well: an Exemplification, for inftance, is feen this very Year in the Price of Apples, the Want of which, as 1 hinted in my lad, mult cauic a greater Demand for Hops than ufual. If the Demand therefore be greater, and the Crop ftnaller. can it feem odd that Hops (hould fell for 101, a Hundred t Quite otherwifcj for 101, in fuch a Year u a very com* moa Price., I am now come to their next Paragraph 1 and a wondt rful , one it is, or at icalt Ihould be foi for, they fay, ibe\ vm U'.dnfLy lb.  tub *>]UiXt fag irednefduy tbt nth tj Qdobit " xt__^ " ~ rvTcTw   c RO bj. I LRNP1KH AGeneral   Meeting of   the  Tntftecs   for brruwfK^r j. 13 the C'ju>!>   * Sau% to Vwihend       U*itKi I, Ac. '� ft.; C.��.-,!, J Kttl. U iff *XMii Ut t� l.i�l    n (UI�,I<1<) Ui� l/.!tl�   

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