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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 3, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The T U ESP AT,  Octofctn 3,   t^o. JW, Otfebcr i |RRTV*D, the Soctcfs, Boll, froi* Oporto. and failed for the River. The Outwanl-toaml art all failed. Wind N E. An Extra3 ef � iVfVr j^aai Am-Iterdam, �/cf'f�*' &^f. 30. * Advices arrived here from a ' Court el'ied 10 Raffia give Af-' forance, lLat the Ottoman Pmlt,  at die Solicitation of certain Powers, and to find Em-  pto/ment for Utc Janiflaties, uhofe turbulent Conduct  is greatly perplexing, appear* difpofed 10 break with ' JtufT. having already taken fame Steps wbkH may be  regarded as fome&mg more than a simple Difpofirio*  towards a Rupture 1 Letters from Mc/e;-*-; dated in Au- * guft, having informed as, that an rxprefs was arrived  From the Kefident of Ruffi* at Ccx/aattwplt, which * amongfl other JDifaatches had brooght a Declaration made � to him by the1 Grand Vizir, and that it had been re-  marie'd, thatthefe Difparchfs had occa/ioncd a great Fer- * m�U amoagft the MioifUrs, but that nothing more was � publifhcd of the Contents of the Grand Vizir's Decla- * ration, than that the Grand Seignior was very ear-  netlly bent upon the Prefenrauon ot~ Ae Tranquility in  the North.   A Difficulty flUt remains to be folvicd, and  that ir. whether this Declaration of the Grand Vizir, * though accompanied by every thing which might make _JUkJQafc serious, waa-noi jnafie-out of Complaifasce40  another Court.  The Ptrte i$.- it's Well known, obliged * to keep: a confiderable Number of Forces in Egypt, in * order to prefer** Peace there. Aid defeat any Enterprises  of the ambitious Bafhaws in thofe Parts; and though it's * hoped by the Ottoman Miniflry, that the Rebellion of * Bobykm it entirely fupprefs'd, yet they find themfelves ' onder a Neceffity of having an Army upon the Euphrates, * as well" to prevent the Malecontents from (lining, as to * obfcrVe the Pcrfian�, tvhofe different Factions may poffi- * bly be re-united at a Time when leaft expected.   '1 hefe * are the Confiderations which hinder People from taking  the Declaration of the Grard Vizir in the literal Senfe, ' cfpeciatly thofe I erions who reflect upon the Grand � Siguier's nataral Difpofition, who has always {hewn .' greatRepflBBIsiee againtl entering into War; and the  SoftntfsaMfleafuresof the Seraglio, have very probably * augmented (hat Repugnance during a ten Vears Peace.' Uamhargt, Offehr 3.   The Prince and Princcf* Royal of Saxony let out the ajth for Pragu:, where the Elector of Bavaria is expected about the fame Time, having palled .through Rab/bon incog, on the 39 b. Hagnr, Qtiohtr 7. The States of tbi� Province have iftued a Placard, dated (he 27th ult. declaring, that thofe who (in Contempt of tec fcTrntl Placard*already puWilhed, exhorting them 10 fa) their Quotas 01 the Pros-.noual Tajt) refufc or negket to pay it, w th all Arrears, on the D.�y fixed, (hall be obliged to do fo, without Favour. Yeitcrday an-iw'd a Mail from Fa a 11 c a. Paris A-la main, OSchr 6. The King has granted a Pennon of 6?o Livrcs to the Sicur Gautier, Author of the new anatomical Print*, and Inventor of the Art of printing them in four Colour?, v The Report whi>h for fome Time was current here, and afterwards confined,  that the Dauphincfs was pregnant, | pioves entirely groundlrfs, the Symptoms not having continued : Thai Fhocrfi 15 to �0 at the End of the Week to Fontainbleau w.th the Dauphin. Yettcrday the Infanta, and the Infanta Isabella, took a moving Leave of the King at Fontainbleau, and this Day fet out for the Duichy of Parma, where it is aiTured they Will arrive the ik-ginnirg of next Month. L     UNO     O     N. Thty write from America, that the Forces on boaid the Tranfports, railed in the fercral Colonics in thofe Parts were attiv\i at Nova Scotia, except one was returned to Jthodt IfL.d, 1 aviiij> received Damage in bad Weather. YcUcrday a pew Ship was bunch *d at Black wall, for the Service of ihe Tiuiia Company. The Command of her is given to Captain OlLorne i fhe is calltd the Prrnccfi Mary, and flation'd for China. We hear that Kob~n Williams. Efq; Brother to Oie tare Sir Watkyn Wiliams Wynne, Bart, will be a Candidate for the County of Denbigh. One of the two Butchers that was fUbb'd by the Sailors Bear Eatt-Smithficld. as mention'd a� Yeftcrday's Tupsr, u not duJ, but it's ihojght wil) rotrccorcr. T here n fame Hope of the other, who Wis Jfo much WtHinded. About fix W ctk* ago a GisI niac Veaf* oi Age, Daughter of a working nlan at Kochampton. was bit by a Butcher'* Dog el KattSucen, which toie Ikt Arm very ante*, and brol.e tl e Bone of si>u u.vic nc cone 01 it ; *r.d tLoj^ii &e wai twice dipt in the Salt Water, and the other ttusJ Means taken wi'.h her.  fhe died tail rriday rsvmg mad. YcjLtrday Nionung a 1 ootman on Fioricbarlr. tithrr mad or druik. riding by ihc autuary's u IIyce Park-Corner. pulPd out a loaded Piilol. and fi%ore he would moot fomtbody, aiiddutcUy (!iicr>vv,'d it among the Workmen in theSu;uary's Shop, b'Jt provideVially nur.c of them Rcciv'd any Hurt: He then rode on loll gallop toward* Keafington. Left Sunday Night a young Fri!ow was c dman'  1 half per Cent which will favc 10 per Cent, and in fome 1 hings n ore. Any Merchants, or ohcr�, that are inclin'd to employ the faid Perfon, pleafe tn direct for L W. to be lift at the Bar of Jonathan's Co&e-Houfc in Exchange-Alley, and on receipt of their Letters will be immediately waited on. High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 13 Minute* after 4 n tftr- Morning, and }c, after 4 in the Aftrrnoon. This Day sv p*bUjh%d%  ( -ttatj a�W' TH h LO N DO fCM AG XZlti fet nr.  rtMn'i MoAt!>!y rnswRavaeat j Ut Sr-^weia#i Ak*. Conniiint. �m.iiif m�ny "ihfr>, tht itM'�U%tm^y* Piltte>ant11i�ar A S-immafi of the melt meiitUm AM*ktl*�t+hA Utmm at hsT li^m^n'    D.baM Iq the n(-liiw,l C3.-V em the Mot �* ear rm Almam, AbftnO �( Mr. roll'* Ot nt* oT Ot. Mt^lrtM t tVi�l9f>*SHr A Ur.j Chsncrl!iK>. mith fa�ef�r� � Eat *Oi f.wat -fane aHe-V LUk Abl\t4(\ i.f * Oiiftr�l Piece. emtW:, A Lrt tr � 4aM>f|j(|pM mjtn.d. fvltie*) Si.^iH, ttt- i # P*rCf ipti. ti of the Nerth Ralna of YorJtAirr. $Vhtiiwi r/i Oiaane. tricm iju i>n *e> of tve fr*t �r(ine C rW Cod t~,At>i .�tl<�, RtnkinMt { lii*-* of St^aa . JW each Oat, Dill of Momliry, ami ,0 giart CstMwf �w *f liaaai, ast. fiintej f.  ,rint)pa! Ojfiarf c.nJ Cat^ui0tmr$ tf lit M*p$t/t \iwy th tertf-y grvt AW/n�, /Aaf m Fridjf r�>.\ rAr 6t& inftant. ,t'Tt* *'�/�* h th iVerajwijf, tfcj  . .   ^: A MAN. J^mftmkW. ra> tit ti. CtU 1 "* HE CoKtsitttt fir  ItttKj fndia Stock, 1 c 1 h 5K Kthi. Yctcrday Bank Stock was 140 1 hltf. 3 �thsa 197. aouth-Sea Stock, 116 1 4th a D:t:o Old Annuities, no Price. Ditto New, 1^7 3 Bank Annnities 1746, 106 3 8tbs a 1 8 h. Ditto 171?, 07 far the Opening. Ditto Lo:tery ^747, 106. Bank Annuities 1748, 107 s 4th a 106 7 8ths a 107. ii no 1749. 107 1 4th a 106 7 Bih' a 107. Three ter Cent. Annuities, toi 7 8ths a 102 a 017 Sth�. Seven 'per Cent. Emperor's Loan, no Price. . Five per Cent ditto, no Price. Bank Circulation, no Price India Bouli al. 19s. a 3I. 18s. This Day is puLli(li,d)   Prue bd. ftl':JtT*itd soiti a latrt Ccj,ftr~FLitrf t*Liiui*t a I'i'w cj tht flmfr, GmrAna, flfe. tf rte Yrinci of tVtfit't Srat at Uit/Mn. Antfbrr tj tbtCitff Hj*yU*f d  tm Jaft annrctcd. Ten hkcv jrvfuCcd. Of JUu sa4 Mrncca. 'a�t tmm^ it ftorernwcBt alter rhe Po�d. 'ho Hnlorjr e* Soglaad caniiavacf. Tbe L '| Fofln of Prayrr I Of  Hulbind. An extrioidiaary Petition. The Mifchi*/ dotM try LmcuiIi ia Cierniany. Remarks on the I'ricejof Hope. Proceedirip in Parliament.. QueS�q� eno n|'t Arms ia St. Paul's Church-YarrJ, Lnndqn ; and d>U t< all ikr Bu  in Great Britain and Ireland. Where alio may be ^�.v v iU rtttivt Prtfef- It fir th *vc/J Pint �f Grottf.J nettr l,'(u!mha.tt, tiirVA w.o imttttiLtf fir m Orfe f-hrttf, for tbt Tim of tivtntf^nt cv fhrti-xu 2'sort. _       P.   -SftAMA'N.   OmftnlLr. I'.ni',liih-Copper-Houl"e. Sept. �% J. �?49-Ccurt cf jfnfiaiirt cf th* Gtvomsr ttsdCtr-frtrf r _    tf Ctpfrr-Mi'ixr. iit EnglnnJ hrttf fittt A'a/rVr, #*W n General Court of th f. id CoMfwty "niUh i*Utit thir lltmfr i.-i Jiuf hunt, tendon, eit li'tibttfi^f th tyb efCkSthr mtxt, mt Twelve ih tht For yi iJnij, tft.1 totttxfJur ef a Oivfj^wj. T'-ey ftttkir A\�7tptr far tint I'mpsfr, miy give it tlntci( to be held at ilie Swan In Butt-Lane, Deptnfcd, �n iliBrflay mil, at Mine u'CltKk in the Forenooifc__ ^~*H K J8rctl>rrn of the Kummcr Ch ptcr cf GRECORIAN'S, m D.ftepfjjte-Streit, aie A<4j'i tj meet ta their Ouptrr-Hoom at Sii o'clock this Kreaiej, w otixt to f*j a Vifit to tb� Dog Taeern Chapter on GarUck-HJiT By   Onser   of the   Vke-CraatJ, ___A. P. Sftrttary. w N 749 TUB   Outt  of   Direffort Merchants of EagUwd Ira, i.r.lj sivt Satin, th  ftr Centum fee Jj^um, at thy /ball home Oeiafiau fur; and tht 1* reiei-ving :4ib Temderi Prefertme  i -uded tb.' Sums offered by 1 hi m do net ex (red what /ball it (,:ffuLnt, utul that th fume h tinder td tn or hfirt th Dj\ cf OOobtr next; and th Court of Direffort Ot iertij t'vthr detlarr, that thy tviUmet admit cf atjTendtri other-1 ijttbaafa ttbihtimg Bmdtof thfatdiUmptuf, andtonfenting �} btrvt th famt elisorf 4 to be ttminutd at th R Ve tf The* Vrxndr per C*,'m� ftr Ann* in, foot th i'/l ef Mar.kn a�. JOHN   MAivl 11. 1 UN,     -on   .-i HasmllOn, of Brn-Erx�, near Dumfriei.  Captain ut a Rsgtmant, was (rot into togland about fr>tn Vran of Ac, rureer fince heard an/ tsuag t.| b.i f-'atbrr, tat � it wvo.i 1 Ad ran tier, fkould be fUJ tu know �h'ii�et he 11        >^ tJ. *! J . bat Mother*! kanu wsd Mary St.rt, and del �t..n h� ��� aVuoi il its Veareof Age. Aay Intorttia'wo wil! b: ,-,t.uwj ;a��rd�J. ZaVmCl to the Ead Uan In *' �   

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