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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 12, 1749, London, Middlesex                                * * * tHUR S DAY. Octoiir i a.   1749' /TV 2- ' Hte3 Deal,. 08obtr 10 H C two Dutch Men of War ere fail'd WeiWard. Tht Bolton Man of War remains. Wind North-EaftbyEaft. An ExtrafJ tf a Letter from tbt HaouI* dated OSebtr 7. ' What has been lately inserted * in the publick Prints, concerning ' the Difpatches which a Courier * from hhfeow had brought to Prince Galiczin at 'Ham-it bnegb, (hat the Mifunderftandings betweeh the Courts of 1 fc^fa and Smrdcn, far from bung upon the Point of an * Accommodation, were on the contrary going to break * out into an open Rupture, and would he tallowed by an * inevitable War, has proved but too true, feeing tetters * from Stockholm confirm every thing that has been faid * upon this Subject i and further bring an Account of * the Recalling of Baron de Hopken a� an inconteflable * Proof of the Truth thereof. That Minifter. being, it's faid, difgufted at not'having fucceeded in his Ncgociation, * anu perceiving that neither his own Court, nor that of * Mefeow, would give up the leafl Point, in order to * re-cRablifh a good Harmony, thought fit freely to 'communicate his Sentiments thereupon to the King * of Sweden, and it was in Confequcnce of thefe Advice* * that Count dc Teflin, convinced of the Impuflibility of * putting Things opon a good Footing fo long as he * ptrfitlcd in Sentiments To contrary to thofe of the Ruffian Court, caufed Letters bf Recall to be difpatched * to. the Baron de Hopken. Lord Hindford is alfo pre-4 Baring to ret ont fromMofcow, havng had his Audience * of Lea**, and the Day of his Departure is fixed to that * of tht Return of M. KorfF, whom the Treaty of Qua- * drttpteAlIiance has determined to fet out from Copenhagen * in offlerto come back to his own Court.   Letters fiom * Dtttmari however continue to  t. ij.   Tnere is a great Talk of eftablifliing I Bank in this l^iiy rn the-Footing of thofe of AmUcrdarn, iod London.   The Indulto on the Effcfts brought home by the lail'Galleonf, it not yet fettled: But it is generally . fold, that there mud be a Gratuity of 300000 I'icces of tight, befides the ofnal Dues of Three per Cent.   We hear that the En^lifh Merchants, by tiic King's Pcrmiflion, have inipoitcd 6000 Bales of Broad Cloths to Barcelona. Yeltcrday airir'd a Mail from F� a n c e. Paris A-iu-maiv, OJober 17.    They write fiom Genoa, Alt (i ice the Govcrrnu'iit has caufed Itrong Parties of Soldiers to patrole tlic Streets, there has been no more fediii-Ous Cartels (lutk uj>. They from A mbes that there were lately arrived in that Port four Galleys, which came to conduct the Infanta to the Wellcrn Sejtrt , their Galhys will be joi.ied by two Frigates from 1  -:lon. Thi. little Fleet will be commanded by the Count dc Maukvrier, who is to hoift a Vice-Admiral's Mag. The Princcfs will not go through Genoa, as was believed. There is a Talk of-an Edicl for reuniting to the Crown all the Domains engaged and ahrnaied. The Alljllinitpn of the Curate of  t. John de Lateran were condemned lull Week at the Chateict to be broke upon the Wheel, but full to have the r right Hands cut Off. They were afterwards carried to the Prifon of the Conciergery, in order to be tried before the Parliament upon their Appeal, tiihcr this Day or Tomorrow. The King has appointed M. de Chavigny, heretofore Ambaflador to the King of Portugal, to go in tne lame Character to Venice, and M, de St. Cornell, lntendant of Burgundy, is appointed to go his Majctly's Ambailador > tne States General of the United Provinces. Ycltcrday Actions were  1731 Livre*.   TickeH of the nrft Lottery, 619    Second, 590.   Loan in July, 513 Other Stocks, no 1*1 i.e. L      O      N      D     O      N. OnTuefday Night their Royal Highnrffcs the Prince adPrinccf* of W4les came to Lcicefler-Houfe from (. Iief-d*u� and Ycltcrday waited on his Majclly at Kenlington. Veflerday being the Anniverfary of hTs Majcfly's v_oro �JJion, there was a grand Appearance of the Quality and fe�ga Mtniftcrs at Kenfington. Night the Right Hon. the Earl of Godolphin, and **�fal Pcrfous of Quality, arnv'd in Town from Newmarket. 0� Sunday Morning the Right Hon. the Countefs of romfrct, and her Daughter, the Lady Juliana Farmor, fct from her Houfe in Albemarle-Street for the South of V^f* tQt     Recovery of her Ladyfhip's Health. Ycftctday was married the. Hon. Will am Siuron, Bro 9" to the Right Hon. the Lord Stunon. 10 Mils Howard, ��ce u> bit Grace the Duke of Norfolk. Letters from Pnris neatioa the Death of Father Du Halde the Jefuit, in the 6oXh Yeor of hia Age; well known by his excellent HitWy of China.    . Yefttrday the following Gentleiaca were by the Court of Directors of the India lomptay appoustcd Supercargoes Of the Company** Ships oorward-bound, via. Melt Mifener, Palmer, Harrington, Maggnt, Devifme. Wood, Waller, Honner, Hnrrifon, Hull, MurrUl, Smith. Tor-rianO, Walker, and Rencll. A few Daysfincea Meffenger was difpatch'cl to Brabant, to follicit the Delivery up of   r. ��..... Bevan, formerly an eminent Clothier in Wiltfliire, and Principal in rranfport-ing the Anijcen, &c. w the WooUeo. Manufafture to Spain, who, upon tht bringing back of the Ship, efcap'd thither. Yerterday Morning a middle-aged Wooon, fritlwr mad. or greatly intoxicated in Liaaor, was found afleep i* one of the Qgarrers of Moorfietds, timoft naked, moft of her Cloaths lying by her j when fh� was wak'd, (he was jull capable of laying fhe had laid hetfelf there, and died in a fliort Time after.      , , - Yerterday the SdSons began at the OW-Baily. when twenty-feven Prtfoners were tried, eighteen of whom were catt for Tranfportation, and nine acquiued. Thomas Jones, alias Harper, wa* Yefterday brooght from Newgate in Dablin to the. Old Baily, with three others who were at the refcoiog htm from the Gatchoufe, Weftminfter, in January laft; Jo that there are now feven of his Refcucrs in Newgate, who 'tb thought will not be tried till next Scl�on% General Sinclair, for picking whofe J*ockct Jones was feat to die Gatehaufc, Mn^ at this Time in Scotland. aff VVe are certainly affur'd fromBriflol. that tl* curious Fire-Engine lately creeled (by Mr. Jofeph Kornblowvr, Engineer, of B;arwood's Hill, near Birmingham) for William Champion and Co. at their Brafs Works near the faid City, is fo accurately perfornVd, that it gives the otrnolt Satisfaction to,the Proprietor?, ai alio to the Curious, it is look'd upon to be the nobtclt Engine of the Kind in the World. It tiifcharges upward* of three &3-ifand Hdgtlvrads of Water in one Hour. The Water riles at the Top of the fevcral Tube; in a hrmifperkal Ferm, and from thence defcends into a Pool in Form of a fine Cafcadc. In fhort, the whole prefcots the SpeAators with a grand and'beautiful Scene. , Yefterday wa� play'd before the Governor and Company of Copper Miners in England, at their W^rehoufc in Bufh-Lane, a new Fire-Engine, made for them by Mr. Adam Nut tall, of Long-Acre, which perform'd to the general Saris laclion of the faid Gentlemen. The Friday Evening Lecture that ofed to be at St. Stephen's. Cotvinan-Sveet, it remov'd to St. Alphagc's, London-Wall t and Tomorrow's Sermon will be preach'dby the Rev. Mr. White.   Prayers begin at Six o'clock. NfixcajUi, OaaUr 7. On Monday came on the Ejection of Mayor and Sheriff for this Corporation for the Year enfuing, when Robert Sorcfbie, Efq; was ebofen Mayor, and Robert Heron, Efq; was chofen Sheriff. We have an Account from Northallerton.that onWcdnef-day N ight lad a Fife broke out in a Sublc b. longing to Mr. John Carter, the Sign of the King's Head in tkitTown, and before any Appliance could be got, conf-im'd the (aid Stable, in whichrore feven Horfes, fix of which belong'd -t*-f?Taur>ew Lee, the London Waggoner, who all pcruTi'd ,n the Flames. A Barn, fu'.l of Corn, the Propeny of the above Mr. Carter. >va� burnt down to the Ground:  Nav)'Offlce, October ' THE Priitifat OJSars **4&MrifinHtr$ fMiMftfyti Ntny ghv AW��r, th*# cm ?*mh(il'Cba'mbtr 4* (MUM/, . � iFedntfdty ntxf, the 181A ittfant, h *dtr t$ rtabvi. PttoMtfmm fittb PtrfMt wlm turt wilting hf�tmiitiPiuUltk\ Ma, h tj tf tbit City, that Is to fay, Ltadenbaff, Htnty-Lettei Newgate, arid Fittt, ritbtr tbt ilbvtt l6gttbtr% a> t*tb Marbtt difiinSlj atuiffarattly* tbilkalt. tbt Sbef>t, Sttdh, tmdAffnr* Irxanctt tbtraimto btltnging, (tubltbttrtntvi id tbtCitj't Ha0J fir tbt Term of twenty ent Ttan. - .  ,, And at tbf famtTimt will rettevt Pnpofth fir tbt mid Pitt* -of GrDtqt.1 mar LeaOtnba/l, nvbifb wm intended* fir a, Gttmr ALu-iet, fir tbt ttrm tf twento'tnt or fixtj-int ftart, D.  SEAMAN,  Comttntbr. " THE   Gurt Merebiintt .%\ F.aft-India Houfr, Auguft 18, 1749.' tf Birtam tf tbt United tympany tf f England trading tt tbt Eq/I-Iitdfa, it /'ujirunt, tmi tbiit the fame he Under id m or btfirt fat \\ liny of (Jttuber ur.\ t , and the Couti ef Wrttleh dt ktr&j fh'thir Jeelare, tb:t thy nvitt net admit if myTt^rt jtbtT' : in !r thtxnbf exhibiting Bonds of tbt fad Company, and iotijtnting t� buve the f.nnt rnJirfid to bt continued at the Rait of Tbrtt P.attdt perCtiitum f.r Annum, font tbt �%jl of Martb,  ns. Tu which will be added, The Harlot's Progrcfs Mr Nvwton hopes hit Friends will excufe bis not having made hit perfonal Application, by reafon he has been conhn'd (thro' IWmi^) to his Chamber for three Weeks pall. At the New WcJIs in Goodman's Fields, this prcfem livening, will be perform d. a new Entertainment, call'd the Ship-launching, or Harlequin tura'd Fryar.    The whole to conclude with the Temple of Apollo.   Singing by Mifs Agnetta and Mifs J uleua.   The Scenes, Cloaths. Mufick, and Decorations arc all new.   To begin at half an Hour pad Four and end at Nine.   Each Penoa to be admitted tor a Pint of Wine or Punch. "Yefterday Bank Stock was 140 38th* a 1 half.    India Stock, no Price.   South-Sea Stock, ao Price.    Ditto Old Annuities, 108 1 4th.    Ditto New,   no Price.   Bank Annuities 1746. toe 7 Sthi a 54th*     Ditto 1747.  no Price.   Ditto Lo:tcrv 1747. so; 7 8ths-   Bank Annuities 1748, ic6 7 Sihs.   D.tto 1749. 107 a ic6 7 8tb�. Three rerCcnt. Annuities, 10a 3 8ths a  4th.   Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan, no Price.    Five per Cent, ditto, ao Price.     Bank  Circulation,   no  Price.     ladsa Bond', 3I. 19s. a 4I.    Three per Lent. Exchequer Order*, no Price._ 1   _ '""HE Truitrc, tor mia gmg the Harbour I or Kimfj-itr, do -kcic!>t (>  rw,r, tor 19th ipiltat, fizclciy *l Ten o'CUtk 10 the Moiiimf, At the Ofbvt: at ^hc Co  Scrvi.e on the R.�jjI kacKu^c, purf��ul> t* Cactidcr on the lrv�al t'Ur�, Mcdcli, Lil.nutcs, &<. lei (b* BouMtcg tbt tVr lic*ii ol ifcc miccJed Hiibuur, when �U Pa(am mk<* itite *H) (tun| tu ffopufc tvi liiu 1'urpuie  the bireneoei. By Ordtr ef the Beard, JAMES  WILLDER, Sitr.tary,   

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