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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 28, 1749, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 584a ��-"% Deat% September 26, \ME down and fail'd, the Britannia, King, lor Liibon.   W�nd North-W\ Ncmh-Eaft. Madrid, Stff. 16 The King hath given Order* for applying a Part of the Sums brought by the late Fleet front the Havanna, to pay the Debts Contia&cd during the ,-. "it itaviDg bun repreten cJ it the Court, tint the laooknce of the Inhabitant* is the principal Occalion of the inconfiderablc Produce of Land in tbii Kmgdom, it lath been" refolvcd to remedy this Abufe fo prejudicial to �ar Interest, by exciting an Emulation in the" People 'of the Country; and, if this Method ihould fail, to invite Foreigntn, by ftoper Encouragements, into Spain, to improve ike Lands. Frattifsrt, Sift. 18. None of the Subject of the Elector of Mtnxz, by exprefs Order if their Mailer, were feen at our Fair. We have jutt learnt, that fome new BioiU have happened between the Subjects of that Prince. �nd thofe of the Court'( Hanover, tn the Bailliwick of Sobeohaafen. The. LoculU have advanced within half a League of Wartabcurg, and made great Wife. A maligna Fever rago* at Manhcim, Coblcntz, and fevcral other -*    along tic Rhine. . Yefterday arriv'd a Mail from F a a * c e. Paris Ala-main, Oclober 3. Letters from Genoa of the 87th of laft Month adyife, that they have lately had no Kews from Corsica which merits Attention ; and that not-wbhsanding all the Pains that Night and Day have been taken todifcover the Authors of certain Papers which have been ftruck up in the publtck Places of that City, tending to Sir up the People to a Revolt, no Difcovcry has yet been made, though a- Reward of 100 Pillules has been offcr'd to aay one who fltall give the lead Indication concerning this Affair, and a Pardon, provided the Difcovcrer be not the principal Promoter of this Cabal. Thefe Papers are fign'd by several People, who take the Title of Ctt-U and Zealous -fit the Welfare ef tfc ComtHsmvta/tk, fay they arc 500 m Number, all provided with Arms, and refolvcd to fa-crifice every thing to eafc the People, and deliver them from theOpprctuou they labour under. It has been lately obfcrrcdi -that in the Night there have been feen together in the Streets icvecal Pcrfons armed, and covered With a Cloak that has a large Cowl, which covers their Faces in fetch manner that no Body can know them. They don't freak % bat they know one another by Means of a Whiftle. Several Taylors who made the Cloaks have been brought before the Magistrates* in order to find out who they were C*3erof divers Gentletnen: The King fet out Yefterday for Fontainhleau, where the Ladies of France went the fame Day. The Dau-phinefs remains at Verfailles, her Pregnancy being consumed. : The Infanta alfo fet out Yefterday for Fontain-bhtau, luid will, afterwards continue her Journey for Parma* AclMUU i;4$Livre�:Firft Royal Lottery, 616; Second, 585. j ,,0     N     D     O     N. .The jHoB. Philip York, Eiqj is appointed one of the Coamiffioners to fettle the Boundaries of Nova Scotia The Right; Hon. the Karl of EOex fet* out this Week for Dover, on Ids Travels into foreign Part* Vjefterday Morning the Lady of the Right Hon. the Lord Vilcount Duncannon, one or the Lords of the Admiralty, and Daughter to the Duke of Devoofhire, was firfery deliver'U of a Son and. Heir, at hit Houfe in Caven duVSouare. YeflcVtlay the Court of-Directors of the Honourable the EtJtIndia Company appointed Benja. tin Robbing Efqj their Chitf Engmeci oi alt their Fo is. Sec. in the Kaft-Indies} and he t*i.I fet out accordingly in one of thefirft Ships that tails for that pan of the World. Laft Tuefday Evrm-ig great Quantities of Goods were taken out. of the Ship of Captain Claufcns, according to Lcttm from Hamicn. and feveral VeffcL were laid alongside of htr, to take out more, but it was apprehended the ^hip would be loft. Capr. Hammond arriv'd at New York, July Z4, in a Flag of Truce Sloqp, which had been fet* to Si, Domingo to demand Juxtice. and the Eft'ccls of the Sloop Polly, Cap*. Jaiinion, cf New York, which bad-been carried into St. Domingo by three Spanith Negroes after mar-^C!M>8 406 Cap.-aioi and all the whjte People on board. Capt. Hammond went immediately to the Governor^ and produced His I redentia's, who told bim, that the Effects were in the King's Warehuule, and were to have been de-liver'd to the Villains the neat Day, if they had not been claimed. The Negroes cajie the next D�ty accordingly, *nd were taken up, and put in Irons. However, not-withHanding^Capt. Hammond Itaycd there eight Weeks, he could feet nothing bat hoe Word*, and 700 Pieces of Fight; wmth was fuypoVd to be not half what the Cargo and Ship fold for. WefuV rhat the Dean and Chapter of Wcttminftcr have lately rep.ir'd and beautified their College Hall in �a moft elegant Manacr, acd that the fame nukes a very fine Ap parance Trie f *. anient thereof is new done with Swedes, ad Danes Mwble, laid diagonally * In the Middle is a *"ge aud handfome regular Octagon of Rygate Stone, who a Bo-iler raifed above the Pivcmenr for u Firc-Placc tbe Km&'$ Scholars. The upper End of the Hall, wraetc hsj Lordfliip the Dean of WeUtiiintter, the Elcclors, T�jNobiluy stui Gentry, dine at the Time orthe aimua! tlccUoR of die King's icaoiar* into the Colleges of TrM.tty �n V.amUiJgC| at.d of Chrift Church in Oxford. i� i-ifed �>uti two ufliagal Steps above the other Pavement A: iut 'Ppcr fcn� arc painted in a vzry c riojs Manner lie Coat. � Aims of the tLtcc foUj�ing Ro� J Colleges, vi;. ia ahc I Middle are the Arms of the College of Wedminjler t on one Side thereof are the Arms of Trinity-College, and on the Qiher Side are thofe of Chrilt-Chflrth-Colle^e. Underneath thefe three Coats of Arms are r&inted in an exquiiite Manner thofe alfo of the Lord Biihop of Rochettcr, a: Dean r>f Weltaiiniter, and of the Order 6f the Uath j whole laudable Care and Concern from time to time exerted for the Support and Maintenance of the many and great publick Buildings of that truly-venerable and antient Abbe> -Church, and College in particular, will defervcJIy tranf-mit his Good Name and Membry with Honour to Poftcrity On Tuefday Night, between Eleven and Twelve o'clock, a Fire broke out at the Houfe of Mr; Stephen-fon. Pawnbroker, in Hog-Lane, St. Giles's, which entirely confum'd the f-me, with all the Goods' in it, arid anotlifr lluufe in the fame Lane, and one in Kalcontxrg Court It damag'd iefcral tfthen, and *�* emingHilOt'd juft before it came to a Timber-Yard.        .   :   '.r On Tucfdny Even ag, about Sht a^CltfCk; onn of th,e Hackney Srage-Coachc.". with three PalTeifgets in it, was attack'd by a Angle Highwayman near the Five Houfes, when the' Coachman not flopping, the Highwayman fi,rcd twice at Kim-, but miffing him, the Coachotan drove on to the Sign of the Rabbits/ where calling'out, and Harming the Pebple, the Villain irode off withosk perpetrating hu Def,frt*__________________  _    __________ . Vr* heat^ Mifs Harriot 8eare,1hi young Lady who was fo dreadfully burnt, at the late Fireworks, is now perfectly recovered of the Small Pox, but ttill continues tinder the Surgeon's Care, at lier Lodgings in Mary son. \ellerday died, aj^ed 75, at JM* Houfe in'Gloitceller Street. Queen-Square, Mr. Charles Harris, who was Sur gcon of the Royal Sovercigu Man of War in the Reign of Queen Anne. � { Yefterday a Child about five Months old, in Vine-Street in the Minories, was burnt to Death, occaiiun'd bv the Cradle, in which It Was; taking Fire by fome Ace dent, during the Abfeiice of tile Mother, and had burnt great Part of the Floor in the Room where it iupptn'd before it was dtfcover'd. The young Woman that had her Leg broke in one of the Booths at Bartholomew-Fair, dRd was carried to St. Bartholomew's Hofpital/ died there on Monday laft,. The Gardener' mentioned in Monday's Paper to. be def� pcrately cut at Putney, died of his Wounds lait Tuefday in the Hofpital. On Tuefday a Man was run over by a* Coach at Ken fengton, and Yefterday Morning died there of hh Wounds. Yefterday Mr. Wildmafter and Mr. Maync fought t fevere Battle at Mr. BroughtOn's Amphuheate.   i'hey rform'd very much to the oarisfaftipn of the SpeiUloii, Wbitt&aplPri/on, Stpt. a; We the poor Prisoners re-torn our ltnccie and hearty Thanks to our unknown but generous Benefactor, for a Guinea put into our Begging-Box on Saturday laft. which was a fcafonablt Relict to  Scat many poor diftrefs'd Men, who have nothing bat e Charity of well-difpos'd Chriftians to fupport 'hem A Letter from a Gent It man at Canterbury to bit CorrtftonJttlt at Brijtd, duttd Sift. 18. 1749. 6* / R, JN my laft of the 8th inftant I acquainted you, that the Quantity of liops in this Plantation, as well as all we Other Part of Kent, fall very iriuch fttort of what they were laid at before Picking; fince which, having feen a Paper in i'ri.t, which is indullrioufly difDeifcd|by the Poll, anJ otlicr Ciun ie �) under the Title of, A Lttttr from a ijititLilian at Canttrbury, taLbh Fiiend (a JlrtwtrJ in Candtn j &. I -Ways valued myfelf upon giving you true and van did InteJligcnce, and left the ipurious Paper I mention fhould give you an luipreiTtoo that may miflead you; think it necefl'ary to take Notice to you of the FaJlHooUl and Abfurdities cotnatned therein, I make no doubt but that, inllead of being wrote from Canterbury, it was penn'd cither in the Borough of South wark, or in Thames-Street; and is calculated to dtfpirit the Planters from keeping their Hops, as well as to dif-courage the Co unit yv Chapmen (who want Hop>) from buying, with no other View than to give fome particular Deulm in London an Opportunity of ratting liicii- Fortunes, by ingroiliug into their Hands as many 1 Hops as they can, at l>.Price under tlie real Value 1 and afterwards Sby advancing' the Price) to laugh .4} the5 Folly of thofe 'lamer* (who by this Artifice have been induced to fell their Hop*).and the-Credulity of the Country Chapmen and Brewers in London, who (by the fajue Arttacr) forbear to buy at prefent, apd will be obliged to fupply ihemftlvei from thofe Ingroifers, at fuch extravagant Prices as they (hall think proper to fix. A% ao the Writer's firft AiTertion, Jbat the Quantity tf Ho ft extttdi -what th.y avert /aid at 6(/ira pUking 1 it is a manifeft Lie, u bjau& a Tiuth^u4vcU4(jiown an that there is fuch a Place as C'anterhurv, that tiie Quantity falls very much (it is generally believ'd at Icaft oue Third) (hort of what they were laid at before picking} and as all the rcil of his CoucIuIijiis are drawn from this Afftrtion, t^u-y mull fall to the Ground. As to tiie l'aragr4ph whcr\in he refers to the Growth of Hops for the three laft Years, and theprrfetu Year, ah impoliiblc, at pieient, to alccrtain the Quamuy < but I will afjpcal to the Judgment of evs-ry Man, who has any Knowledge in the 1 r.dc. wlutiier he is not mitUkcn in that CakJ'atioii at le-ft t^rnty thoufand B.^ , and, if fo. his Conclufion, V but ti\r( ,,n- ten tintjand Bugt rqort in Handuq-ii� t/\.k if: tu ?(../ 1 7 11, will be lo tit Mom being true, that there wilt be ten ti.ouUnd Bailed: beiides, it � well known, ilut the ;�inuii v.  Auouiu, ..iut wmcii, added to the oin�r l.n u.oauutl, will uukc tlsu '^.auuiy in Hand, and grow- ing this Year, Ihcart of what it v>� in the Year twenty^ns** th'oufami D-igs. The true State of the Cafe is this t If tl.ere are no mord than forty thoufand R�g ) thofe" with the StwikjiltHand; will be barely lufnCient for the Year> Confuttptmtt a�d� in that Cafe the Trice of good Hops ought to be 10I. per Hundred: But if_ the Quantity fhould fall (hort of' forty thoufand Bags, �.ic eighth Parr, (as-it it the Opinfoa, of* many it wit)) then there is Reafot to capec\, that* bdj&p the next Ciop c^mtt fry Hops will be at tit ^rVHttn-dred, or tnow*-; ,   ;;;* .,.>�-.. � You Will eaiufejlne Trouble I given you of tkja, I. ng Letter, which may be of life to you, 4U | know you are a large Dealer in -Hop* f and it is my niiccrc AttvlcsJ to )0u, tb' lay in >6ur Year's Sttkk as fbeedity as you can. ^     .       I am >our*,,Ac. A*nton| th> tteiti Topscfcs, will toy the Caufe of thd French king's 1a,c 1'ro^rel's to Rouen, a tounuy giving Bvnd and Judgment: A Plate with the wot ft Law*, and . the moft Law givers i Prophetic Omen of anftknd'i Fatei Two Confequence* of a Keformathn fatal'. The Aujtilla* ' ries^df States confeuVd'y TitUvifti: SKakefpesur ftw Popery\, The Fathers in many Miracles, more credible ahan' n, this livening will be jryefented an Enteria-nmeru not p^rform'd thsre thefe twenty Year*-cal'i'd the Harlot's Progrefs    The whole toconciude witst a grand Reprtfeutadou of R>nela^h.Gardeni tit the Meaner tlivy were decorated at the Jubilee Ball-   To begin s>| * Five o'clock   Each Petfon to be sdmivted for a Pint of" Wine or Punch    On Monday next, the ufual DtverfiotU* for the Bcticnt of Mr. Doininique. At the New Wells in Goodman's Fields, this prrfent Evening; will be perforin'd, a Mew Eniettainmciit, call'd, the Ship-laanchlhf, or .Harleqain tur 7J5� ' yili per Cent Prein. OlTTAN "s cinincitt Nervous Dro}** fertile I    Ci.ro of cj��ufl�i fin,      r(jflj�, �nJ tti.ai !>}\krr(}, t.'id^nrft ' n| af tht^Nfiv.i, �a4 tl ncrvnui t>ni|>l�ii>'9 in hltn, vV(.m� t hiM.fn, �'s ajttmtf �j>- pesn t>) the m*u� Alfi4aviU o*ily putihQi'd ol Paf-i/w Uinf ct�*},f�*4*t bcAir� ijia rJHrhi Hon. tbr bo ot4bS> Mr. fiuut, the k-prMiur, at tb� Srg ut L�.li[�if1 *t tfu!Q__e�a Eitsa-bcth s He*il a Tu) |i, id O-scecho'cli S:rr�t i l Ai >ir.itls U&c�cy, in tfw CUM \A |snv�r� aJkl t>. arrd Aftae* ti iiuTici tbtnunlo btUrr^mg, ('u bid ..ti Ui,-VJ . 1 tbt City I l/aujlJ fi,r tbt l,i m OJ {'V. .lily out /".///. And^.\ tiiciaim fmu rtnaw Pitfof^dt for tt; tmd Puts if Lji\un.l nt.tr LiiuUnbuil, ivbliii ivui mttnduf J:r u (dutH biari.it, Jtr the 'itttn oj />M*r_ -(�' orJiAtfoiu /<�/<. D.   SEAMAN.   CiMrjtrJkr.   

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