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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 30, 1749, London, Middlesex                                in-iji'in nil..* S A T t) R D. A Y, . Ssmtkmber 3��   �749� iJ^tA Septembtr 28. * J' "'VY*; HERE � do Ship in the Ddwr�. Wind N.N. B. Yefterday arrived a Mail from HouAahd. 1 JlfWtr, �fp/. 6: 0n jthe. eth I inftatu an�traofdiniry Council was I beld at Court, and was one of the tnoft numerous of any that hit been beld fince the �mpcefa'came to the Tarcac. it was compofed of the Senate, and the three itfeer principal Colleges of the Empire* namely, that whkh has the Direction of foreign Affair?, the great Council of War, and the College of the Admiralty. Their, pdiberaiioas lalled from Eight o'clock in the Morning lilt Two in tke Afternoon; and from Three" till Ten o'clock at Nigbt was employ'd in comraktingtheiriUio^ boons to Writing. The PoWick is no further acquainted with the Subject of (bent, than that they relate to the Meafurrs that the Court intends to take, in Cohcri* with �ia the Footing it has Vcea for thefe three Years palV u it all that can belaid opon this Subject till die Refo-IstjoAsof rJieEroprefs are made publick. AsibeCirCum-ftances of Affairs require her Imperial Majcfty-to'forward feer Return to Pcteribourg, flie has thought proper to fig-aifjr it Co the Senate, that it may be ready to follow her. t :T Yefterday Lord Hyndfordhad his Audience,of Leave Bf tjbe Empress, who has made him a Prefcnt-of ber Pi&uie fct in Diamonds valued at izooo Rubles. . Baron. Hopkio, Envoy Extraordinary from the King of $w�dcn, died ncueth.c c)tn. i^ajtaar, in the 49th Year of his Age. He came totlm Court wbett-the_ Affairi of the North vkxreTn a very' critical Siiuationi but.has'becTi ficlc ever fince his Arrival: gpr thrac.Mooih* pail he hasibceri maverylaaguimiag Conditio*!, and faw no IkMy but the Baron de GolKe* $1 iniffer front the Kfijg oP fluwV with was charged with. - ..,' ;&ecU*fai$lfr~-xf. ^"*^al|g^:^epod|ation atjatf the Carpel, bctweeiLff'* (jjfraxi sfpd a'atogmVouring Power, leading to renew uc^rc�ty of 4�]vn�ve Alliance coacladedin 1734. - � �� Copenbogem, Sept. ty. TTfie,Marriage, of the Pjrinccfs Loaua, the King's Sitrer." W|tK the-Duke Regent of Saxe-UiUbourghaufies, wa* tJhis Morning declared at -Court, aad it is to be celebrated at HirfcfK>)nt^the brgiritiihg of BfH^Monih. The Duke of Saxe-Hildbourghaufctf JJ aC-on^paated b^ hi> flro^ier Prince fridertdc, and'grcajj tains ar�juken to payt.i%aa>all the Htlnoort due to YhciM Rank, and fiitablc trp4li�4kllte>ieV�htrh their Houfe is ttntracting with thcJU^LHou^e of Denmark. The Squadron uhtcruvlcnti foicruizc m the North Sia is arrircd at Elttneur.   The fpeedjr Return of this Squadron sVattribntrd to a Stotrn. in which one of(|h> Ships rccciv'^ feat deal of Damage, and Vice;Admiral Tonder, who | aution. Letterefrom(2tpm will, git* the Princtff Louisa, hit Sifter, a Portion of 40000O Florins,: b*fides Jtwtls.   -   .   l'   o   n - o   9   n. Ycfterday vrf| keld a Coqtt �t .fitujnt>ga'. *t Guildhall, ' for the Choice of a Lord. Mayor for the Year enfuing t when Sir Samuel Pennant, Knt. Alderman of Bifliopfgakc Ward. And John Blachfotd, Rfq; Aldermkh of Crirplcgayc ; Ward, were retum'd to the Court of Aldermen, who made Choice of Sir Samuel Pennant.       ,     � On Thursday died at his Honfo in Hunt-Street, Spittle-fields, --- Toll, Efq, one of his Majesty's Juiltces of the Peace. Yesterday there was a, Court of Afitftaots at Drapers-Hall, when it appear'd, that, there were no more than . feven Candidates for the Rtclory of St. Michael Cornhill; namely, the Res; Mr. Morgan, Mr. Wilmptj Mr; Thorp, Mr. Entkk, Mr.1 Arnold King, Mr. Lawrence, and Mr. ' BrotAhwin j and %b*t .the Majority feethM to favour the . Elecli6n of,the/Rev. Mr. Entickv who has been their Chaplain above thirteen Yean at Bancroft's Hofpttalv The^Pay of ElcOion 5 is ftf* ffot Friday tht 13th of On Thurfdsy laft Mr. Hughe, Tobacconift, in Hgl-; born, by VeVt^je of t Search Warrant, found fome of the T^fFeds that lt� ,Vrat robb'cl of in Jcily laU near Kiagfton, 1 at the Houfe of a noted Broker in Holborn, who there1- upon was carried beforeHcnry Fieldbg, Efqj and he committed him to Newgate. ^ Sittings appointed in London and Middlefex, beforothe Right Hon.. Sir John W�Ucs, Knt. Lord Chief Juilicc of his Majefly's Court of Common Pleas at Weitminitor, in and after Michaelmas Term 1749. Middlefex. Tuefday ;  . Ofl. Thuriday'    Nov Thurltlay WedneWly After Term. Wedncfday   Nov. -icj. as. London. Tuefday,     Npv, 7. Friday ,      ;     t of Kent, fall very much (hort of what they were laid at.before-Picking t fince which, havin| feen a Paper in Print, which is induftrtoufly difperfed (by the Poll, and other Channels) under the Title or, A Ltttct fiemk Gtntltmtm at Conttrbury, ft bit Friend fa Brewer j iri London ; as ^always valued myfelf upon giving you true and .candid 'intelligence, and left the fpurious Paper I mention fhould give you an Imprefiion that may miflead you, I think it tietetTary to take Notice to you of the Falflioods and Abfurdities contained therein. I make no doubt but that, inftcad of being wrote from Canterbury, it was penn'd either in the Borough of South-wark, or' in Thame�-Street; and is calculated to difpirit the Planters from keeping their Hops, as well as to dif-courage the Country Chapmen (who want Hops) from ______,       _ _ ____    buying, with no other View than W give fome particular commands the Fleet, met with a Fall daring the Voyage,    Dealers in London an Opportunity Of railing their For- of which he is flill fo bad, thai he can t be brought afiiore At the conugiojs Diftemper among the horned Cattle ilill Ktrails in many Provinces of this Kingdom, the King OatUfcd. an Ordinance to be publiih'd to prohibit any Fail or Mmke: for tic Sale of Ccafls throughout the Dio-cjaTc of Zealand. -- Htutrvtr, Sift. 30. Mr. Guidickens, who is going Mi-irflcr from his Britannick Majc/ly to the Court of RuiHa, set out the. Day befi-re YeScrday on his Journey thither. Provifioru grow cheapes every Day, there having been a sjtty plentiful Haivcii; but on the other hand, the Mortality among the horned Cattle is broke out again in feveral (laces, and makes gnat Havotk. Turin, Se�t. 18. L"s reported, that a Treaty of Commerce is on Foot between Great Britain and ihii Court, hot that it meets with great Obilructions. 'Tis alfo faiJ, that tnere does not fecm to be any great Inclination at London for continuing the Subfuly, at Jeail for a Year, as the King propoi'J, but that the Britiili Minillry infill fltOBgly upon concluding a Treaty, begun in England for yielding Sardinia to the infant Don Philip in Conlidcra-u>n of a large Sum of Money, and that in thai Cafe the RcpubUck of Genoa would alio icll Corfica to that Prince, but that Spain does not chufe to diiburfc fuch confidciable &uns. It thefc Rtparu prove true. People wtll-be-curious to fee what fo many Ceflions in Favour of Don Philip will cad;in. ?\ Madrid, Sift. 16. The Court has granted Charters for eflabliftujig ta thu Kingdom Miuufafturei of -fine Cloth7 and Woollen Stuffs, and Workmen and fJtenfils arc ei- ?e&d from foreign Cuuninti far c&i*yim> on the fame, � "bey write from the Pom in the Mediterranean* that ievcral Frigates are ready to fail there, and People begin again to say, that a Squadron will be fotm'd to give chateto tbyc Corfairsof Algiers, and toblock'up their Portf' \Vh hays-raceiv'd Advice, that one pf the King'* Men of War has wken'off that City a CoJrCdr cf tpo Men, immedjatcly Bpan its. .Wiug qms. of that Port. . itngfeov Qad*r z. Tfeey have begun to pay the Troops "? J�e�ew Money Utcly coin'd at Antwerp, the CWKcers � SHrer, and thi p.iva.e Mcp wlihCopper, Ycilerday a JacAWrwas putdiilkV. which ter^yiates the Value of every i>pocss�-of Coin, euUer of Gold or Silver, tl�!U arc current ?ro,finOis, both old and ne,w. " Qffikr j, " They write fr6� Vienna, mat the J---,- .Wot .the Erapr^Qjj^co jail been dccUied �!�e, and ihat ler Impc.ial MijcUv has received tnc Com-t-'aumi stkiWiKrtJ, %u Ba�*Jcttf Uoodcdway-cl Pre tunes, by ingrofling into their Hands as many Hops as they can, at a Price under the real Value 1 and afterwards (by advancing the Price) to laugh at the Folly of tfcofe Planters (who by this Artifice have been induced to fell their Hops) and the Credulity of the Country Chapmen and Brewers in London, who (by the fame Artifice) forbear to buy at prcfent, and will be obliged to fupply thcmfclvcs from thole Ingrolfers; at fuch extravagant Prices as (hey (hall think proper to fix. As to the Writer's firft Aflertion, That the Quantity of i Hops exceeds what they   and, in that Cafe the Price of good Hops ought 10 be 101, per Hundred : But if the Quantity (houlau. Watches, and Jewel*, antt for fuch at artf pawned.,.    j Juft-imported, a Parcel of fine Stvagieta SLw, to ,ts� fold iingle, or^by the Dozen, at Jofcn KiHt'a Toyihop AeMt Northumbjerland-Houfe, Charing-Ctpft. t\ '  ^ High Water at London-Bridge this.Dsy at %6 MilR&ia after. 1 in the Morning, and 15 after a in the Ar"rcioe�>, s 1   1 �'.1 .I'm m.� 1' H        � -1 -i ..................   ^ )...... Yelterday Bank Stock was 140 1 half.  India jfioctr, 191 a iqq 3 4ths.  South-Sea Stock, no Pticc.  DittoOldj. Annuities, no Price.  Ditto New, no Price.  Bank Aa-nuitiesft�46, 1 o6t. Ditto 1747, no Price. rDM�J4K>ccy .747, ibfi.'.Bank * Annuities'^748.107 1 4th. 0.110174^ 197-�� .4�b�   1*hree per Cent. As^alticvt^ 10i Itna, Royal AlTurai\ce, 76 3 4th* a 77 Price.   India Bonds 3I. iq*. st:*8s, Bank Citcalacsnsv sm> This    Day    it .   f>M*Ifi*tIt Tht Eighth  Ntrmbtr *J HE New Critical,  Biographical, anrf >. 1   ^rwhlc.1 HISTORY of BCOTLAtTD,'w�|i rti SSj, Malcolm ihe rtlrd w�tl� e�jra�V. t Tlw rASiassJ iW -"^^'iil *�� MW and w�U �sat, th�y r*pi�r to ke earrltd on, as ftrft nrocnfe4, �itk IS* mMC Care. Candour, and IraositiiU*, to (iv< S�ri*r^aa r� Us� rMaWk a avoiding OOcnre as much � poif^l. to tao rrbtMtal raAs, *�i issttd pt�f�ntin| of Ch�iacter�. Tha Piqo*ietot and Awbar btUf to oxwuto tht "who!* writh Truth, Sfdlit, and f*ttfritf� estjsst'at* mertskary, ratan, or daceitlog Way*, to intiodoc* th� n*�.�watl, tAftJj and srest Work. As thcrs'ls fo much Drt*i<*. Ex^ra��a�. mb4Ttm-, ing, the Puhlick rnny eafily tern (heir B*t%aia t� hit, aaJ na Woe est* M to unpofr upon the Pubhrk, tor no Sobkrifttoa Meaty A4i*mm stotfU be �ctepU�t thon|kt tendered. .        -   *v.. The new and totrett jenertl Map of Seottaod will b� Soon ready tar tj 1 after th.t will b�fioiiVd tho Mef*    lb*6**<.*1 Cboantw.    -Thu r'thth Numb�f cont�lni � ���� roinT cmraea PuntvlM* el lb� Ttanfaetioni in th� Heifas ot Jamao tho Stcoad aad Tbttl, �! ta* Soitit or the Nation at that Time,       v  Navy,Orlies�, September a?. 1749. THE Ptimipal Officers andl^MmJSe/rtri tlavy do brrtliy gi Litem$t*m>L/ next Month, at Ten e'C/oei' in- tie tWtraisg, titer *T#.dV ready to treat  ndf*Qkam�r at f�<�4e%#� on IVcdtufduy tit 1 Stb Day of OctoSer /text, in erirt't^jf^e, Propof/dt from ftttb Ptrjons 11 bo are ivilli*g to farm lit FoihA Markets of tbh City, that is to ftty, Uetdtta^;'^^!,. Ne-wgate, and fleet, either the *i?b#M together, mt'taiHi jr-diftintlly andfifarately, ivitb all the Shaft, Steslit, emJt'i tenanccs thereuntil beknging, (iibiibare wtw At thtGtyti" for the Termt of'twenty-isne Years. Aadjtt tie fumeTime trill reserve Prifofiib f*+ ti** of Ground near L-adenhall, Kt/bitb *w�s* .  SEAM AM*     ' ' liatt India H�i;fe, Auaurt ig, 1749,. E   tetsrt   Of   Dtrett*, vf  t^t-UoHSl 'dJfmy^/- Merchant) of Enot.ind traJs'itf I* tinh*t:jfi-litJi4i. A benly �-v* S'/ttci, that t(>e faiHpeiHf. .i�u c3a*s tv-a in*ao$ �� C    11    A ct t.'.;       ut (tic l\.u,y-k^ IJaifruirt, N^rtl.fl.-*i, G14,. Uni, mi It ]d ot O^toUl i l�ftie art :o b. J m tt.e fTtiwai.      tin fir-. �  i. t.i   irii {..4 t**r.ty ��)., ll.�.. L* 
                            

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