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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 7, 1749, London, Middlesex                                SATURDAY, Octo^br 7, 1RRIVD, the Lark. Douglas from Virginia i and the Winchelfea, Cor-niftt. from Nova Scotia. The Outward-bound, with the Fitder, Anfon, for Madeira ; the Henrietta, Mili, for. LilVion ; and the two Dutch India Ships, remain. Wind Weft South-Weft. Jto Extract cf a Letter /rem a Prrfov of InTeHigtnce at tin Hague, dated OHobcr 8. Without entering into the Arcanum of the Negociatio^ of Mr- Larrey, the Minifter from tltc UnitedProvinces in  France,  it's every where manifelt, and it cannot be * concealed from Ae Publick, that it is not much further * advanced than it was the firft Day he at rived there. Nei-  thet does People appear trj flatter thcmfelves, that M. de * Berkenrode will be more fiiccefiful or dexterous than M. ,* Larrey, and it if. uV faid, for that kcafon, that the  Goremment does not prefs him to fet out.   This gives  a certain Set of People, who, like the Jews in Spain and * Pertnga/ that pretend to be Chriftfans, yet fecretly practice all the Ceremonies of Circumrifion, room to fay,  nat Mr. Van Hoey knows Pcrfailkt better than the * Hngut, and has bad convincing Proofs of the Bileem and Affection of Lewis theXVth, as well as the Confidence �_and Friendftiip of hit MiniHers.-This-therefore, fay  :*>efc People, is the Minifter who eugot to be fenr mo  TrMce; and this they do not Only fay privately in ilwir  o�n Societiea. but they have been bold enough to (peak it  publick 7. uik; to caufe it to be prOpofed in one of the  principal Aflcmblirs of the State, where this Proportion,  w:.'-h is not lefs furpriling, had a coniidcrable Party to 'fca.k.i'.  Tlic fcvcral Pactions which divide the Cities of the Pro-  vince ot itellemd, initead of fubfiding and lubmitting to  the Platans and Ordinance* of the Regents, grow  sfronjger every Day than other, and openly reflft and  contemn them.   The Evil is arrived to inch a Pitch,  that 'tis no longer to any Purpofcto think of applying a � Remedy : Things mud therefore take their Courle, and  Peaple wiilfoonTee what they have to hope or to fear. In  the ncan Time the Parti* ms of the-Prince Stadtholder � protWr, that he will never �ccc( t of the Title of Count of o-ibliatd, nor of being Sovereign of anyr other Province  of the Republitk c Indued this Prince is under CirCum-  fUnces which* recommend to him a different Kind of  Policy from that pu.fued by Prince Maurice and Prince �WiOram of Orange, hi* late Prcdccefiors in the btaJt-  Lolderfhip.' london lits Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland is/gone %> the Seat of Stephen Poynu, tfq; at Midgham nt Berk?, iota rcw Days. We hear that the Rev. Dr. S(p;re, A i htleacon of Ratli, pnd Chaplain to his CJrace the D kc ol Ncwcafth*, das been nominated by his Majrrt) to fu.cced the Rev. Dr lluiuc lathe Living of 1 oxacid in Eiilx. Vcttcrday the Rev Dr. Mortlock Per*.i*va'd, of Putney, flcir to Walter Ptttiward, F.ftji late of Enfield, was mar-fkd at Futham Chapel to Mils Sandwdl, an agreeable and deferving young Lady, with a harulfomc Fortune. We hear that Nicholas Moricc, Efq; a near Relation of 6ir Willtam Morice, Burt, who died lame Months fincc, 1*4 left a Legacy of cool, to chtt Foutulling-HfefpMa.l. It was tne Dccreiary. oi the Tripoli AmbalTadpr and Anne Attendant that arrived in Town the beginning of Ac Week from l'hmou.h, and not the AiiibuffadcW him-fclf, who landed on Tuclday tall at Porcfmouth, and continued there till Thurfday Morning, when he fet off in a Coach and Six "for I.or.don, where be arrived Yefterday. By a Le tcr from Yarmouth we have Advice, that they aVave the Lrgeft Herring Fifhcry that has teen known for ininy Years, and cat there are (hipped On board one Ship tor London, iooo Carrels. Yellerday died Mr.^eorge Lrapridge, aged 86, an teiincnt ikiuper the Corner of Dowgatc-Hill. . Ob Wednesday laft died, greatly lamented, the Wife of George Gilbfourne. Eftj; at his Hout'e in Brook-Street: A Lady jaftly tllecm'J by all her Acquaintance j of a mofl rwect Dilp&lu.oQ of Mind, and of fi igular Piety and Goadnefs. Vctlerday Morning at Two o'Clock, four Footpads ftopp'd one Patrick Black, a Chairman, at the End of Sackvillc-Srcft, Piccadilly, and robbed him of the Silver BucUat out of Jju Shoes, and Seven Pence in Money. Tomorrow Morning a Sermon will be prcacVd in the iVifli Church oi Si. Michael in Wood-S:reet, by the Rev. Mr. Tenia, Fcliow of St John's College, Oxford, and Keadcr at the Temple, for the Benefit of the Charity Children of the Wurd of Cripplegatc within. The fame Momirg a Chanty Sermon will be preach'J In the Partlh Churcn of St. John at Wapping, for the Xencfit of forty Boy t> and thi' ty Girls belonging to the $iA Parilb, by the Rev. Mr. King, Lecturer of St. George i* Middlcfex. Tomoirow two Charity Se-mons will be preach'd in the fanlh Church of St. Olave in Southwark, for the Berufit t* forty Girl* educated and cloath'd in the Charity School f the fatd Pariihi that in the Morning by the Rev. Mr. Allen, Lecturer of Lamtseth; and (hat in the Afternoon r/ the Rcr. Mr. Thorp, Lecturer of St. Michael iu Cracked-tit For the Benefit of Mr. Williams.   At Sadler's Wells, adjoining to the Ncw-Rivcr-Hcad, l(lingtoor next Monday, Ike9th iaitant, willbt prefenttd the ufual Diverfionsof that Wavi, with Ceveral new Additions.   To begin exaftly at o'clock.  Tho/o who cltuie Wiac may have it at 2 s. At the New Wells in Goodman'* Fitlrls, this pr/fent Evening, will be perforrri'd, a.n�v Bntertaiftment, call'd ihe ShTp-launchiitg. Or Harlequin turtTd Fryar. 1 he whole to cofrcjude with the Temple of Apollo. Singing by Mifs Agnetti ind Mifs )ulettk. The Scene*. Cloa'tu, Mufick, and Detorationi are all new. To begin at half . an Hour p*ft Four and end it Nine. Each Perfbn to be admitted for � Pint of Wine or Punch To be fold at the Oxford Peruke-Warehoofe. (rcmov'd from the Softex Coffec-Houfe, WeR Srriithfifld, to the Habcrda(her,i, wtthtn t�-o �K�ors of the Feathers Tavctn. facing St. Clement's Church in the Strand, great Choke of Ties, Majors' Bag*, full-dreis Bobs, and cut Perukes, of any Colour?, made of the beft'of Hairs, and in the neweft and gcntcelcll FaJhion ; likewifea convenient f nt of Riding Spring Perukes, with ftrong Foretor/i that will neither fall nor feparate; all which will beTold cheaper than any yet expofvd to nublick Sale. All Orders for Expottation or Country will be fpon and duty obey'd. Ifaac Mifaubin (Nephew of the late Dr. John Mifaubin. who had the perfonal Confidencei't�f hisXilillrX^t^nd it^ now the onry furvivingPetfon that has the Secret from |ffin, Mill continues carefully to prepare- and adminifter' his To well known Pills for the Venereal Difeafe and Scorburick Diforder>. We is to be met with every .Day at the Rainbow Coffee-Houfc in Lancafttf-Court in the Strand. Ili)-h Water at London-Britfge this D�y at 37 Minutes after 6 in the Mofninrt, and '8 after 7 in the Evening. VlCtUALLtKGsO?FlCE, Oar>*�t 6. t�*^ THE Cf^H/tJWrrt /ir fi.9�*&*g Lt Mj&fi .Wf jrtv AV/hr, t**r cm Friitpmxt, ih 1 trt" r^�a#� f.-r. Vt�,  tkey \.tll ft *r.\tf u fhratf /> ttixctt ft* tit b.si le�\a lltffc. Aa.-i.t ig. fjYeflerday Bank Stock was 14O 3 flthT no Price India btock, South-Sea Sttock, 1,1c 1" half a c Sth� Ditto Old Annoitirt, 108 5 8thi. Ditto Newt 107 1 half. Bank Annuities 1746, 106 1 8th, Ditto > 1747, no Price. Ditto Lottery 1747, 106 a t 8th. Bank Annuities 1748. 107 t 8th a 107 a t 8th. Ditto 1749, 107 8ih. Three reraCent. Annuities, 10s 1 8th a i 4th Sevenlper Cent Emperor's Lean, no Price. Five, per Cent ditto, no Piice. Bank Circulation, no Price. India Bond* 3I. iSa. a 4I. a _3l.' 19s. This   Day   i* fubtijb\ty By the king*/ Authority, A new and bctutifal Editioirf mm t^tjmnuit �wtrlt 104 otrteai i*rg*l P.imn tiki M�ft\ iqrav'd at * ir*t �., itti ticojif'linB feiniilt'OuBOi^^ianr. *e.- ' The in at Hrintt and Maps it (ou fr^ststtj *ilhcr to �;rfcA ihc fbrrnrr Edition of Mr. SuchhouU's rnftery, or to bind u� wtu  FMntly Bibk. ,     ' $Uckhoufe's Hifhary, bound up with a Set of thtfe a>*> Prints and Mips, x Vol. Fulio.   Price 41. 141. 6d. A large Flinty tsibte, with a 8� of tbefe beft Prints and Map* iptas-fjierfcd.   1'iice il. ]�. 1 Wi.h   hi*   Majrlty'i   Royal   Licffif*. I1.- mint only for S. Aufttn, in- Ntw*atc-Mr ct � and fold by the Book-felloi in Fngtand, Scotland, and IrcUnJ._ ~~ ~~~Tbi~s     Day     is    publjb'd,  . The   Ninth   Number   #/ H-E  New Crirical,   Biographic.il,   and Geograpliical HISTORY of SCO I LAND i with the Mud of M.i|colm the Third n�arl� cngr4�'i(. The Pcfitnt and tmbnlith neni arc new and *(U done, titty rrpiifem t�o remarkable firc�a of tS� Hi-fturjr of this King Malcolm, aiiJ are well necut-J bjr the Hm;ra*er. Tlie Author and Preprtrtor vill tupply all wr).o in Town or Coantiy oil for the Numbrrt at Mm. WnibuA't bhup, Charjng-Ou(V. In tbc Numbcn VII. VIII, and IX. which arc neatly and �tll piintrd on a r ' vJ Piper, ttiftf are a ^tit Variety oi'important lud ciwioua FatU le-laie   concerning ine Miniftrjr oi Scotland in the Reign 0/J�mtlth� Sevoud. THe Hiflofy is to canted on, as fir A prupol^d, with tbr etcarefl Cue, Candour, and linp rualiljr, to gi^e batiifaction to the I'jbli.k , avoiding Offence ai it uch at pontile in the tebtlngof V't\� and the re prcfcnliag of Characters. The Proprietor and Author bcuag dctetminrd to execute the whole with Truth, bpiilt, and Integrity, ha�� takca 00 mercenary, mean, or deceiving Wayt, to introduce this outiooal, uicful, and great Work. Ai there ia (a much Drawing, Eograting, and I'rint-Ing, the Pu�"tk may eafily fee their D^rgain u fair, and bo PJos can be to impale upon the I'ablick, for no Subferiptioo Money Advance would be accepted though tendered. The new and correct general Map of Scotland will be foon rctdr for Delivery i after thii will be fimlliM the Mapt  f the fever.I Cupoiica, The eighth and ninth Number* contain a great many curioua Partieu-Ijrl of the TraiifaJtioni in the Rrigni cf James the Second and Third, and the Spirit ol the Nation at th.it Time. This ninth Number containi (uine very enlraordimry P^ittcullra of .the miftaken Government and fail> Admniftracon in ihol's Daja, which introduced univerfal Corropiiua and IVgrneraey ot Manntit. Navy-Oflico, OcfolKr 1, 1749. TH E Prineifu/ Officer! and Comm\fftontn vf bit Rhrjtflji Navy give AWi., that in 'lutfdty the \jth i*jiantt at Tilt oCJvck in the Morning, iImj vjiu fut mf l� Salt at this (Mice, the Hull, of htt Mujejly'i ��W $b* Sfuirrtl, Burthen 376 Tom, together uitb her Mojti, B*&}J>rit, tfymtt, (Jc. at Jhe nanu liei at bit Mujeftyt Yard at Wtthxicb, nxi'trt Jhe mar It vienved by fucb Ptrfum at /ball le imlinablt to attimd the fat J Sale and bid for the fame: And ai a Dipojft oft\l fir Cent, or in Proportion thrrtto, it to be madt ty the Perfons wlo Jball pur chafe the faid Slip,  all Per font ecoi�W at oXfejk wa the MuMtvat, at;the t)rfhe vt the Co�|s�aa�ai Viarav-a *-a i*e'M dra*f>t� to cv*JW hate aay thdhf; t� I'tt*1^ K*r that Pu:peic toe dtfircd to attend. Ar. EHott. Srerrtorr. Not*, Tbia Ad��-if;o�cnt is not � be �M*>sWt t> traafi algft or rt^vttc furtrx^ Notke to be t?T�n, �l the T*^l :k� Keeper or Keeper*  � the fail t*J�J� | in rurfuaacc ot uhich ore 4o hereby ptan tie t� nay the taaoK. TH F G*�verrtnr anil Ctstrjyartjr ol SiiatiwUl \Vi:� Wmb tatino, or/leJ a r*je-lore�r, �adl tl�jr Hurl'rt to be fufM s I'ha a ihoefonr tn p�t N�tsce, ttul  Sal* �ef-it* (*-d Hjttr. mill t . Wiltutu Sankfon, Sucr^Jw*. THE Officers �nd Forcrra� Men belongirg to h� Ma�e!ty-s St;?a the DeptfcrJ a�4 r.t^an atr� �ejTB'�ri unj^r the Comej-.nd �f C^nim^t QaiMtt, at tfce'iaiieaj the HrestJasv U.ajhui, and Jat'va Cliinin.ra, 1.1 the %:rgh!> i.f r^sstra, th� J^lb �*f January 1744. are vttfir'd ta rneet at KJi. BtVwt't, itaeSigpt mf tlbt F !1 in King-Street, KMthiag.Fac*dt, WappBaf, oa Mfiflabv rttt, �ai Ailaia of Importance. J_"_ r~jr*tili Ufticcrs, Saion, M^r nets, ami t *li5T% aay Concera in the Ceaueft kdceltt, 4e�. ft djciucil w avit ea ti* Three-Tuns' 1 a�.-in ia Crtuciaed-Fryari,   tuftant, at Tea y CLtk ia th� Foerajoo, vbete they e�*y tte �a*V-ar>"4 uf 4 Matter J to tatic Adaaarage, aai bare �a AfraC fuoo^te* tt them for the Cv>alu�i of their Pr ac-J>U��, �aha> wiU gjiwe �acTfi Vp the Sfwimr^ wit, were at the taking tbe Sr. Peter aixi /iryh. ia the Vea� l� n'.rct at the Cattle opf^fiTe tkx Nint-VVei* CVraet tit No� Ctutki in the Straai, oa VVeJ;�rl j j; ocxt, the nth mWi, bacACrtt Te� a*i T�j o'Clock, aal thac to t�&tuii with a Ceaiicaua pe^fctswe t*k.*nt- Not, All Pertuat wlto lure any Lcucn of Altatar}, �w **>'kT�tit Power*, or Lettcaa u< Atla^eiMhaUva, aiJfc'l o g <--rnrnt<^o' .� ta. t._ D+lfjbi'e-Strest. OXeeer J trrHEREAS a Litter, Ggne.t M-d W Pries, dated thr lA isitaat. �ta� trae i> St.. litu, H+m*i*� Agest f^r the &h>p St. K^rbenau. t-ten by k.* itttntf ,&k.p Mr. . � Pr ae m the S-Jk latlie* ui Apnl 114*. TL^ * tiu-^>^� t-> :=;�.. �!l whom it may euncria, taa: It thr U4 Sb t' Crurpumy. e* aua . * t thetn, wtU appa at twu or anure IVeiitaa oi tafoacKB ami ?��.*� learfawa. to �eet hurt, eatka- at lua Hoofr tn I>r��*]*%jr-it>e�, to wken antf thaxas pi-per, he a ready ta give tacsn. �it the !a.t-Ua�iKa racy oat a* tcatoa dean With t�(  that Lettae are teffc aea fctattalnaa. PING W FORtST    ASSEMBLY, Near   tTamJtead. ILL txr on Monday next, the oth i flUnr, *ad erUi ho the lafl ttai Sofea. LONG ROOM, there   witl   tic   aq HAM I'STEAP N   Mor.day   next ASSEMBLY �a^i>Kaipa,i_. . ~At tbt D
                            

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