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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 2, 1749, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 5&4$ t?49; Sepienkhcr 30 A I l.'D through, a Snow, her Name unknown. Remains, the Betty, Smith, and the --, Smith, .both for Msrfeille*, and the Lark, Craig, for Bofton.  Wind W. An Kxtr/iH of a Letter frtm a fitrig* Mitifirr at the Haccfc,' dated Srft. 34. * i'tie Mihiltcr f.-.un Prujpa having profaned a fccond * Memorial t. the States-General, in regard to the N�vi- * gstion and Commerce of the Marfe, now infift* on a * cathegoricai and favourable Anfwcr thereto.   The Pro- * jeet forced by th; People of Liege to make a Caufeway * from Uujitlt tp Bvis/e-Di-r, and that of the Hollanders * for digging a Canal from the lall-mentioned Place to Breda, * favti awakened the Attention of that Prince, who lets no * OplwrMintiy efcape him of caufing Trade and Navigation * to StWrifh in hi* Dominion?. Ho forefeet, tha't if thefe '* .i�vt> projei^ wke Place, th^AvtU probably do Injury to! * f�9Brrs hy ue Road -that" iho hlkrchana of Av^/ami * tLmbtur* have opened to fend their Commodities into * the Umpire, and alio f >r brii^inc back by Land the I "5UJf       f u��o�����'. ui*r nois* on �   k i.,i,,,  ,fli.,i,        hniuumftiriH Krnjtht of the Moll Honourable Order Wine, and r^iffr Mrrft ^H'-^i', if)/nA-*4wy Ittm-i.ii.irrr ~t obtained by Means of. trie /e*M�\    One may vcmuffc-  add to this, that if his Pruffian Majctty fitould fucceed  in caufing the Navigation of the Mntfe to be re-eftablithrd  npon the amient rooting, he would not only overturn  the two PtoptU above mentioned, but would likewifc  render abortive tny that the other neighbouring States  m*y have Formed for facilitating the Commerce of their �� Subjefts with Germany. | A nCtv and more clofe Alliance than has hitherto ftb  filled between the Courts of Vienna and Ptdirjiwf, Ins  been long talked of � and that thofe of Great Brittiin,  Denmark, and the Hague, had been invited" to accede  thereto j and that it was in order to regulate this Affair,  that the Count de Bentinckand M. de Villiers were to go  toFiYaia* . It's further pretended, that the Object of'lhis  Alliance it not only to maintain the Tranquility of the  Ntrib for the ptefent, hut to focle fuch Meafures as may  preferve it fat the future.   France, it's faid, tikes Um-  oragr at this, and likewife concerts Meafures for tra-  rerfnf tbil .AUiaace i and we hear that this Crown has  if itf Minilher at Vicuna demanded a cathegoricai Anf.ver  concerning the Reports which have been IprefA in Rela ' tion to thefe Alliances * Ctnftemtin�fle% Sift.'1, There is fome room to appre-lend, nOtivithltamting the pacifitk Difpofitions of the Divan, that the Einiiiariys employ'd in the Seraglio will at |alf ("pint up a -Rupture with lome Chriftiao Power; though perhaps they may meet wuh Difficulties In carrying ths Point, as the forte is not without Apprciicnftoni of the Conduct of Peiiia, whofe prefcut Monarch is ot a mantal Pifpofition, and very much in the Intereil of Ruflia, ar.d s the Courts of Vienna and Mofcovv, whofe Union cc-menu daily, letm thoroughly fenfiblcof the Neccflity there is for their krrpm - on their Guard, as well in relation to Ike Affairs of if.e North ss thou ol the Fair Wnrfw, Seft. 16. In foniw Parts qi tliu Kingdom wc l^tScr ali the iVln'eric! artfnr*inj; a^ar. The J-f^i'damacks law not oi\l> plun -er'il .ill tr.c floufes of the Nobduy in the' !'aI.U;iauj oi Pudoiii and Oraclau. bm allu pillaged the frruller Towns and V il'age?, carrying oft' whatever is Viluablc, insii'acnng all who opp :fe their Ravages, ?nd fpaiing neither Churches nor the M"millers belonging to then. The Cin Gi-neral bach yAi feni out fcveral Fanics of Light i roopa in Purfut of them, with Orders to give ro i�.ti was accordingly done, and he fct kt LUntf* imm.dfate';. For the Ben**: of Wr. Divrin'tj >e. Ar��r'*fr" jve-{i ."t of that'. Place, with fcveral tew Pcrforwatscrs rifver dene in L\*jtittsjf, Ivefore. Bcxcs tt. t�d. Pi; and tSnilcry ' 1 s. fcd.*' "ft* Ivgi.i ct.irtl, at F;*c.o'clo*k. Thof j who ci.ufa Wine or  Punch nuy have if Mis a Pcttle. . At the New Wei!s in Goodman** fie'd*, this prrfent Eveniog. will be perfsrm'd. a tie* i.mrttt nrifrttf calPd* (he SAtp-Ja��ehhi|, or Ifarlr^uin turiM Fryar.^The wfSle to conclude wi.h the it�ip!c of Apello. ^i%i% by Mif� Agnttt^ and Mifj Jala a FN Sve*f�, ClcmtW. Mahck, and lX^s�at>Pnt are �'.? vew; Ti>b*sjm at fiflilf * an Ho tr uaiUPonr a*d cud at Nirc. Each Penon to be admitted mrWVir.i of Wwe or IWh. Mr*.' KlKfllKjatfaobK  Widow of the lire. Dr.Jcl\f� Mifaubin, being dead, this is to acquaint the pitb'iik. thtt' fhe has left her fantoua Secret of the Venereal P�U to Chartea Angibvud, a.Sargeoo, who "� hrr Nrphew ntW Executor.' has Iiv'd with bet manv Yca-t. and ftiU conii-^ nae* to live tt fet�c Hvate in ST. wiartV* l.are. : ;  /'-.-v->'-B AN K R 6 p f?     ~' John Mcriecet. of Ffblhing In Comwull, Sanphctper. High Water at Lomlon-Biidgg thU fLLy^i-^-�fi�^pW^ -artery in the Mor&tng. and a; aft�r j In the Afttra tiv ^ rrtoc.  Tn^ta Siock, '    IT 1 1 1 �........f - .-uiT     ......' 1 Saturday Bank Stock was no Pi 7 8;hs.   ^oUth-Sea Stock, 117 a 116 j 4th?.   Ditto Cild Anno;tie�, no Price.   Du�o New, 10; $ ftht n tVfctwV. Bank Annuittca 1746, no Price.   Ditto 1747, no Price1.. Ditto i-o.t.-ry' 1747. no Price.    Bank Anaolt:c� 107 1 4th for the Opening   D'to itijo, �o7 t 41b r\* the Opening.   Three ;er Cent, AnmitUe;, tot ^ ^thsa 10a.   Seven per Cent Emperor't Loan, 14c.   Five per -Cent ditto, 80. Bank Circulaticn, no Price. India *Bor.dt' al.Ags. a 4!_ "   , This Day it puttijh'd,   (Fruepd.) t m iv <*w >Jl ,f, m^-4��,'V if "f. Kite*.*, (rffk Til b 1.0 N D O N M A G A ZI tV F. 1  . cr, GrnUrnruin'a 41i�i�ffr la?rJI^#p^n> } l*a< Sfat�� iirqt. s-n-Jey m�af MJwr�. l'�  ! dub on �h* Mo'hm tor �n A^ltlrtfi. AWnft of Mr. B�!fiw ci t>r. MiUJtlw't tV� I,ii}��4ry.   a Lricr liorn tsne of ^t.s SetJJeh ia        $y>       'Vht C.tf,Ari* oi twti Chjrtctl:c>i, w;th fisae taira> t� lt tr i*oUt*c*t SaSiUe^*, ht* i'mst ihr v,ctkU journjli. *A new Ucfcr;pjS<� of ib� Ncnh titj    o( Y^stJssTstT*. ' vlstUsn �f a'-Oeanw. tnt�.  -t?�n.   AHfteael �f tr* live a**  .Mick |�tKW.   s�.-�r�ii�� E.efsj.-v.s' of \V�� t�i v*r Huh; r�l C�* Fs&m-j.   ftMcipt* fur Mflt rn    ' *ui CUlttc.   Oi*      (SeasUovsV, BirH.1>ij in tjie Wffft ^ Virtuaiji Love, a Sane ; fUmn let     <*�, j  with j ft.-Jl Vt anv BtiIc Mi'nih. (H*j1rz'tJ vtith j 1*'*% nhUmg 4 firm \f ttf /7<*A, OarJmi,S tf4i*. Ata'btr"tf titCifftf B.t&fb*, 4*s*iui ttj*4 tit tUtit vf nunml Pfj.m bffatt liir Oifi-fii* �/ lb* t\'ji;i*t. .f/r"*i Hc*J / .l'Ut*4 a Jir-fg fe* 4* &1*JittJ TH K   I) N I V K RSAL   M AC� AZIN li of Koa�}f/ee *ni I If jfai<-, f, r Sf f *'rB^�, i '49.   tVoulnitig, (in three SM*rt of tettfr-Pr� #"i�t. l>�t�ir^ioo� of titlicnt Ujbyion, MaJthl, �ad ih.-Eftari.l. Tic ItKar; of ail Nation* cowinusJ, A tttoai lyettrr uf Attvicc �o  SOoae CVrgyrnwi. The AceOant of D4�- 1 fttlhae fi-\iflit(l. Emitcat r*t>lo�� botn in Boctunctttmihii*. The Suic of tctfftoiM Hsifriin r>�r tt*f"Kt\ I'tnWoirt in our I.if �n(Wr�3. Trn mnrt frov&A. Of Am *n4 ickuett, tai Furat of Govrrnmrnt tlln im f!x-d rhjt tiiiWv of Ca|tan4 tonrinutij. T'i� f.�d � for * fl,fl�inJ. Ai ��rtqt�fn�ty Ptttiriori, Tt>� MifcWl 4oi� |t� ,01 Jomtrlick;. B-rtfu, atsnu|c-, Otuln, ftrv. Firn, tt. Siwckt, Ril!t of Moir.lity, tt. ' !� ,-r.u.\ tjr I ftn-on, �t �h� ICJnf't ArtM ill Sr. PjvI'* ChurthrY�fj)t L'"il->ii , ana tu!J by 1U the BjoituII*r. m Orrit Srtatn uii' IrtUod.,. Wttrre .IU> m>* b� h>4, lft� four Volxrwi. nca'l* bounj *ml ItttVr'tf, Piiir 1s1. 6 j. ot hit.'~-�uua4, 16*. 6.. c � B�ainnu>|, �i 64. each. , 9      Baft India Hwfr. A.ivuii if*   my. ' HR   Ourt tf   Dnttfan vf  ths I'xiuJ C>,/if >..f ef JL    fiftrt6anti tf ExglcjsJ r>a.f.�� tt r/y  Eafifa4;tt, .,'4 ter.fy pti* Nelitt, ibttt tot fa. J Cxmpsmp niiJi, txtktyjt   , Out tfal�r>ll rturvt TenJtri fir lenJinf the Cut*;* it j fnthSnuu t/MsHep tf.t their Btnit. ut toe FLu-r �/ fi�tt I'cnmtu fir C-mum fir Altitun, tu tktj Ji-.il/ tetvt Oetaf.tn ff; cmjlhu ia reoiiing tilth Ttxeterl Prefert ret 'I l*� tt tit fre.Jemt /�'#.' ''Haliri, tt-isidtJ it* Smsi tfft/ by them & "it exceed;vvatjba'.l it ' fnifiutnt, W lb~it tb? f*x*t if ten-irfj ,� tr h/uie the Jl^l t)�iy of Ofttirr nrit ; ��,/ fAr I 'i.rt thrrfitrt Ju hereof tin tier Jttlare, that the) -.till mat aJkjt tf' anj Tendril �H>tr* tii/ethanhp txbiitling Bi"J> *f*ke Lid Cimftmt, ntJieui.ftti'ig tt l^nit tit feuu tmJsr/eei ti he e vtuuxJ tti m Hntt tf Then* Ptundi ftr Centum fer Ar:*am, / em tee y# *f ALfth, 17 JO, am! fHfubli at I'tx Mtvlci S'jti.e.     ______ bi.Geoiy,c's Holpttal, Hyde Park-C�oWr, Sept. xj, 1 74f�t NO'flCE 11 kertly ^tit*. t^Jt a Qnarterfy CeVtraJ Ctmrt ' �k; ut tfu Ciwi^g, *i tr-v 
                            

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