Daily Advertiser, October 5, 1749

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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 5, 1749, London, Middlesex *The *� * mspz Numb. 5$ T rt U R S D A Yv OcToftKR 5, 1749. D.-t/, 0#*�wn Country, for the Rc-eftsblifhment of my Health, Vl *W fhe Honour, though fill'd with Sorrow, to pre-� fot rttjfclf before your Imperial Majefty, to rake per '� hap% afinat Leivc. This Thought, Madam, would be � flinch more infapportablc to me. if I had no: had during ** fey Mintftry of fccar fi-'e Ye�t bene.. ltW~Sd^ 'fee thas itrKi- Uttw *ri .Fnrnoiliip .betww ftad your Imperial Majefty. which is fo necef&ry for the Good Of the two Crowns, and the Safety of your com-,� mon Allies, daily incrflrfed and trengthtn'd. w 1 I am ordcr'd'by the King to repeat to your Imperial Majefty on thf* Occafijm, the ftrangelt Afiuranca of' hi* Majefty'* fraternal Affcftton for> you, and his fincere Inclination to contribute all in his Power to the" Ad-l� vancement of your. Intciclts, 'and rhr fhrrrafr of the Glory and Proiperity of your imperial Majefty* Reign, ' a* this Letter of the King will inform you more fully. "'I wa� unwilling, at the firll Audience which your Imperial Majefty did me the Honour to grant me, to � trouble yon with any thing relating to myfclf: I On')* � riferr'd to the Conduft I ftioald obferve vyhilft 1 had  the Honour to remain at your Coart. And ># 6n the.  one Hand, the King my Mafter hath been gracioufty  pteafed to honour me with his entire Approbation of my  Conduit during the Courfe of my Miniftry here, � ur 1�-'� penal Mijefty, and the Continuance of your Favour; of / which I mall, at all Times,- and in every Place, encea-'* vour to* render myfelf worthy, by mantfciKng my unal-  ttranie Zeal; for tlie Service of your Imperial M&jefty.*  'The Chancellor Count Beftucheff, in the Name of'her Imperial Majefty, nnfwercd in the Ruffian Language : .' '"*� As it is to the Glory of your Excellence to have con-it-dueled your Negotiation* in this Country to the recipro-.* calSati.'faftioti of ths Emprefs and the Kine yo-ji Mailer, ' it ii alfo very natural, that this Couu fliould with Regret  fee a Minifter leave it, who has�iHcov�red fo much Pru-  drnce in managing the common Intercil* of the two  Crowns. The ftnil Friendfhip which at prefent unites  them together, aid which the Etnprcfivcc�fe* not tocnl-  tivait, bwing in pjn the Fruit of the continual Cam of  your Kvcxlitnce ; he> Lnpcm! Majt-ily, far from ever  for^c i.g them, will at all Times be glad to give your  Excellence Mark* of her Eftocin and Gratitude.* Leghorn, Sept. 19. By Letter* from Turin we have the Satisfaction to learn, 'hat the Endeavours of the Senate of 'Genoa to engag* me K'�g ol Sardinia to oblige a'l Veffel* from thia Place to perforin Quarantine, have prov'd incf-feclual. 'lis faid the Congrefs that was to be held here On (he Affair* of Corfica has been put off, and agreed to be held at Mafia, in order to give Time for fending a Reinforcement of French Troops from Toulon to that Mind. j LONDON j We are affur'd, that M de Caylus, Governor of Mar-linico, hath propos'd to Mr Grecnvil'e, Governor of Barbadoes, conjoiitly to cvac late the 1(1 and of Tabagc, without invalw.uiiig the Rigrt whicti hi* Moll Chrittian or Briiannick Majeily m.y form 'o thit Place; and that Orders have been fent to Mr Greenville to agree to the faid Propoia), and proceed immediately to the Execution thereof We .re afiur'd, that one of the Conditions for a Renewal of the Tremy of I'cate between this Kingdom and the Slates of Algiers, that all Chri-lian SU es lhall be im-mcdiaely diiJiargcJ, and th.it all that Hull be uken hereafter, (hall be rcitasd. in the Space of feven Years. A Meiuoiial has been prefented, to beg the Reconciliation of this Court. : ^On,Monday laft died, at her Seat at Great Harrowden in Nottharoptonflurc, after along lilncif, and in an advanced' Age, the Honoii4nble Alicia Wentworth, RcKct of that great and good Man, the Honourable Thomas Wcniworm, of Wentworth in Yorkfliire. and Mother cl the Moil Hpnouruble the Marquis of Rockingham. The decca^'d L*d)' Daughter and fole Heiuf: of S:r Thomas Probv. oTEItdn, in the County 0/ Huntingdon. Uart. andGrar.d-Daughter, by the Mother'* Side, of the learned Rokert Cotton, Bart. Founder of the Cut on Lib.ary. By her l)eath a large Jointure and Ellate devolve upon her only the noble Lord above-mentioned. Her Lofs is greatly lamented by all who had the Honour aud HappmcA of htr Acquaintance, efpecially by the Poor, who were daily and plentifully fed from her Table Veftcroay was held the Ouartc.ly General Meeting of the Governors of the l-'oundling-H^lpiul. *iicu the R.ght "on. Richard Lord Molclwonh, John Piumueejun. Elqj Mr. JIhomas Burdett, and Mr. Peter Dobree jun fWctcd Governors of the I M�ung it wm rtfol.'d "�t Month. Bowl-SiiVef^'^ *'*bt 'J ljdJV'at hh H�UfC "Q KCV1 Foot. li,. ' 10 the lail War YclUrJay Jied the I.u'y of Henry Herring. Efq; at On Tittfday dieL. aged eighty-two, Mr. jntnw $�c�y, a Coal-Merdwnt in Gravel-Lane, Southwark, _ On Toeiday Afternoon was ran on Hamptttad Courfe a Rnct far f> 1. between tmitmltft, belonging to, Mr. Kirby, of the Lower FWk k lkdiej of two Female,Children were found in a -Box near St. Giles's Found.'laW^carried to the Round Houfe there. They feemM tn b> iTwin* and lately born. ^ n V ' , On Sunday next fome Particular*.for Improvement,' (�hkh u Bdifieation^WUlbe the nubUcLofs in the Death of Sir W. W. Wynne; le to redeem the firme again ; fi^ch Pcrfont ttt hereby inform'd, that on enquiring for Mr. Clark, at the Two Kings and Key. next |>oor but one to the White i|orfe Inn.M>^rleet> Street any Day, they may have 'them redeem'd,' ih order to be forthwith fold to the beft Bidder. Any of the above Goods are bought, although not pledged, *nd Money lent on Plate and Watches to near the full Value, for a* Certain Time agreed on. Removed from the Swan, Salifbury Court. To befokLat the Oxford Peruke-Warehoule, (remov'd frcm U�e SuiTcjt Coffee Houfc, Weft-Smitlifieldi;ito the H*bcrd*(her%, within twoDoorsof the f �ather8>T�vern, iacmg St Clement's Church in Wte Strand, gr'cat^MsliffCi; of Ties. Majors, Bag*> full-drefs.Bobs..and tut, Perukes, of any Colour:, made of the bell of Hairs, and in the neweft and gemccleft Fafiiion ; likewife a convenient fort cf Riding Spring Perukes, with ftrong Foretopa that will neither fall nor frparate; all which wijl be fold cheaper than any yet cxpofed to EUblick Sale. AU Orders for Exportation or Country will be foon and duly obey'd. 1 beg Leave to inform my CuJIomert, that I have now not only a Urge Stock of my former four fort* of Portable Soup, or folid Broth, viz. Gravy Soup, Veal and' Fowl*, Chicken Brothf'and fome of Mutton.entirely, but have alfo contriv'd fome for fuch of rav Cuftomer* who keep Lent, that is made entirely of Shell arid other Pifli, which is very palatable, and for what I know, may keep as long as any of my other Sort*, having kept it near a Twelvemonth already by Way of Proof of its Handing all Seafons. All the above Soup* are fold, Six Pence each, c Tuefday and Friday, fTOW^i^tjriJhjeJ^iituijig ull-Two, at Lis Clurolikrs' aV^Mfr. Gay's, at the Si^n of the StOiking-Fianie, oppolite the Souih-Sea Ho.it'e in rhrcadntcuie Street, near the Royal Exchange, and the rctt ol the Week, the Hours above, at hj> l-pd^in^s, iun-d;ir'd, with a lni�U Book of Direction., w! ith exaitly followed, they will be as fife!) c ir.d .n if in Town. The i'oor Cuicu g am. i'leate to enquire tor rhe burgeon who cuies the ur\ y t 8tn, � Ditto jj>�9, tojr  1 8th. Three ret Cent. An-n�ittt�, tbi 78th* a 191- RoyVl AffuraiKe, *oFrke: London Aflurance, 11 J 4th*. Seven per Cent Empcror'a I.van, j\o Price. Five per Cent, ditto, no Prlejr. Bank Circulation, no Price: Iqdia.lloitd* 3I. itt-.ft �9*. fits is )PttM>V, * By lav KING'*- Au rHORlTT� A new ind >e��t!ful BJitkm (m*t> trwwni mtt 164 mim >�* F'i�h 4'1 M*f>, ftp**'4 01 * tt**i JS^f, f*� tHfUm itVjy tatth iu'f if tit Stripimm, ftt* OU �%f Ww lifimnt)y ; TV>f W. S T A C K H a US E '* ^rt*l Mittory 1VJL �f ths HOLY ttllLB, Awhths iprH^arfAbi^jlia �* ft. �Ubr�aiinMt -of Chtlrh.hirt by JE&Ul CHRtsVl aMlfiM APOS l'L*$, ftt. With AnW*r� to' mo* ( �m*m�em� Qiifrtioflr, awl DifftrutioM on>ht mod rhasiaaM* P^%��.. Vi ��k� �rs-�rt.4l K�(�*��6l>lA!n� 4;ffl.�lt Dtali. itching Mi-ami retoiKttlne f*�mii�j Cunitillttiwii, 4ku' ? * v > "^�j�waS(n^iMati> iu* M�>� i* fcM �r>it�rt, tfthrr iitWtitl �� rofrmr MUmni of Mr. $U;!th�a(�'� HitWy, or t� KmI � ��h a -Kale,  �  Sttckhoafc', Hifrory, fcrmna uawiih a Set of ta�t� iNwRnaasani Ms|M,  V�l. rtd�o.''s^rk* 4I.' 6it. ' " ' � *� , tVimsJ only ftr 8. AurHn.irf W.^st^Strttt j SaJ fltUhy the feftje. ^tll*.# ta MtfMfi tcyUnJi. piT^AK4*' eminent i^er' jT Cure of ci, and chiurcn. m noe'Myae-pe�n by tin manV Affl^riu d�ily pualiffiM ot Pttfum btinf tw the IVII ^a**ee In, oh UidgtH-Hill j at tnt , at the GuMsn F�n, S�. ftroe*'* Stieet, oT*r.�fairtt�e j�. taca lattir* �ith Direftioni. ...��.� At ttt �Aj*t Phot may h a*/. Tin Right Oilglnif Arousbufid* W�� t mk\ ksumn tW ti* saaft excellent Quslty, and adwurablt Efficacy, In the Can at taanunt at4 Otitwsfd pilntden. � ^ 1 J 1 Islavy OtRcc, Oclober �, 1749. TJIR Prittcifal QJiurt aHdCefmMJjjfatritffa^ Navy, do htrtty givt Nttitf, fief � ms^.ii^fc.ie* 6tl> iftflunt, �i T*n iUttt in ti* Morning, fin fiewgatt, and FJtet, tithtr tlu tvbelt tagttbtr, �r tmb Stmkl difliniily andftparatdy,'uittb all tbt SAvfj, Stcfk. amiJffar-tenanmthrinato bfiotigittg, (wbitb art now i� tbtGtf*l�mJkJ far tbt ftrm af tivtnty-ene rtars. Ajtd at tbffatotTim* tiiill nuivt oj�Gr�und ntar LauUnbaU% -wbub MtirAtt, for tbt Ttrm tftwtrtJWiri^ " Eaft-India Houfe, THE Cturt af Dirtflart Mtribanti of Engliind tr> Ittr.ey gitt AWtar, tbat iht faid Dtty of Mm-tb, 175^, ^ld Anna-tic:, no Pi ice Ditto �Ne *, m, P/tt;c. Annuif.ci 1746, iou a 1 btl�. Ditio 1717, 10? Lottery 1747, oj P.i;c. fiank Annuities 1748. j; Minute* Altrrno.jii. In uinoitow, the otb of Ohahti^ Cotton'*, at Eifcx.Houfc m Eir�-titit UMiog >Mc M. : inn-! �t ,li:' 1 Jllle op| o(ue ' I 11 11 c Sti ,�i ,1 Wt.'.n (. 1 . i'> .vet, or jUelicM ol Alui.uiiiiiiiit'n, 1 114 )i- .. r .vr (i,y lr! n �1." -t . .4 !-' < ri. o ( ;

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