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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 13, 1749, London, Middlesex                                AMR down and bSTA, tit Ruby, Tern pier, for Jamaica t the Bolter, Allen, rWLifcon. Hit Boibo IIm of Wtt romnias. Wind SOntfeWtlL Sift. to. Mr. Farter, "Amba&dor front SBfftnd, hath prefented a Memorial to the Grand Vizir, importing, � That _ * the King, hit Mater, kid, to kit � hfett Surprise, been informed, that the Grand Signior �ftdeaterfd into art oi^flf�'Atti^#ill>1^^iR3lni. * lowers, who aim at enlarging their Oontfaiom at the �Jgj*ent* of Rufia; awl that he �u charged to? his * Mijefly to deniand an EclaircilTemeut on the Subject.' To toil the Vizir .anfwtr'd. �That the Grand Siguor � had eater's! into bo new Alliance or Engagement what-tmj hot had only renewed his sftuient Treaties with �fiwe Power* of the North.  Adding. That his Highaefs * would be forty to fee new Troubles break oat in that, * Quarter, becaufe he would be obliged, by Virtue of * Treaties, to affift Sweden hT Nicfcft'-      ., - ;   ' ' mm, Sep. ao.-Th*C!pamtf&^)ttm'*n4& the Sufpicion of having satempted topceibn herHufband, finding It impoflible to retire into a Convent, becaofe none Would receive her, addreft'd herielf to the Archbiihop. who thereupon oblig'd the Monaftery of -.St. Chriftina to ' receive her. Signior Afcanios Alfieri has been arretted by the Emprefs Queen's Orders at Ferrara, fome Letter* of hit to the Countefs having been intercepted, in which he toW her, if her Hufband had not yet round his Way into the ..Other World, it fhould be bi* Care to procure him a fjpeedy PaJTage. In the mean Time that Nobleman lire*, at one of his Houfes in Venice, haying a Guard placed over him. -. llugnt, OBtbtr 18. Many Pcrfoas, regsfdlefi of the cmbarfafled State of the Finances of this Province, having, as avoid the new Tax on Provisions, which takes Place the Beginning of the Year 1750, already laid in great .Quantities 1 the States of this Province have iffued a ^Placard, importing, that fuch Pcrfons as lay in greater Stores of Provifions, liable to the (aid Tax, than are ne-CefTiry for their present Occasions, or than they ufed to do . tor the Winter, wall, by proper Mcafures to be taken in aloe Time, be obliged to pay the Impoils for the Overplus. L     O     N      D     O     N. Ycflerday the Report of the nineteen Malefactors under Sentence of Death m Newgate was made to his Majcfty in Council by Richard Adams, Efq; the Recorder of this: City, when the sixteen following were ordered for Ttajtcu-tjon, vis. John Wilfon and Bofoman Pen Lex, tor notoufly affembling with others, and attempting to pull down the Houfc or Peter Wood, uk the Star in the Strand ; John CoiTifoaand George Al;! .^gc. Car* ftcalihg a Gelding and 8 Mare, the Property oi Ann. Horfcll; James Arnold, for robbing tfifc Wr.itbrcad of a Silver Watch; David Boyd, for robbing Edward Neway of his Wig on the Highway ; Thomas Robk^ion and John Crofs, for robbing Henry Thompfon awl- Elizabeth Knop upon the Highway of Six Pence Hilipcny; Philip Laccy, for robbing Mr. ' Henry App!en ; John Graham, for robbing Mr. Nelfon on.Tower Hill of 3s. id. John Alford, for robbing Mr. � Lillwall on the Highway of a Guinea and 1 ?d. William Cavcii�gh, Thomas M\nott and Thomas HaiTeate, "for robbing Alexander Bail/ of a Waich and other Tnings; James Mnginnis, for a S.net-Robbery ; and Mary Dyiacr, for robbing Capt. Va'entmc Harris of a Silver Wacb His M.ijelly was pl"-s*d to reprieve for Tranfportauon John Moony, fur robbing Mr. Seymour Stockcr of his Gold Watch, &c. Cornelius Donnavan. for robbing Mr. Thomas Bentley of a Coat, Sec. and Thomas Crawford, alias Ta bot, for resuming from Tranfportation. And iatt Night the Warrant was fent to Newgate, ordering live Execution to be on Wednefday next. By Letters lately arriv'd in Town by the Way of Hol-luiu!, from Admiral Bofcawen's Fleet from the Cape of Go., J (lope, we are inform'd, that they (hould fail fom theme in January next, and hoped to reach England in Ma/ i and that a great Number of the Men bad fulhrr'd by the Flux, occanon'd by drinking too plentifully of the Wines at the Cape. The Kofe, Marflial, from Jamaica, and the Anne and Elizabeth, Adams, from Montfcnat, are arriv'd at Dover. The St. George, Colthurfl, it ariiv'd at Portfu;ouili from Stv Kit's. The Honourable John Shutz. Efq; Mailer of the Robes to his Royal Highneh the Pr nee of Wales, hath appointed McCHinchliff* and Cr>f, in t o.cn: G*r�lc�i. 10 be hi* Royal Higunef�'s Mercer, in die 100m of the late Mr. Barton, deceafed. This Week Uic  the Court of Common-Pleas, came into a Coftcc-Houfe at the Fleet fccuimgly to good Hcakh, fat down, and inllantlv died.  U^*K Sunday Evening a Fire broke out in the Stable of Jofeph Boxy, Farmer, at Duddeqgett .n KjTex, v. Inch *n&�ly coafum'd the fame, with the Outhoufc*, Ccrn, ***/� *JC �a eery conluicfablc Amount. On at St. hie Mi   ^ TflMR*4%n^ of Foot sfi. Angltnd. of Nova--Scotia.'' .� .. ^..%*sa�fl''# M____ ' and Drefs not inferior'to theaij^b^r Meer.[ft * rubbed over with VlrmiDion, and crofs their NoJte>sn< * Forehead are regularly drawn black: Lines, f to beautif  thcmlelves the more:. Their Ears are bored folllb ' Holes, and adorned with Tobacco Pipes and Ribbon*  Of different Colours 1 their Cloaths are of the right ' Homefpun�Grey, but tolerably ragged : The French ' fupply them with thofe Articles { Their Squawit, or ' Women, drefs equally as gay as the lien 1 They "c^en-, tire Drunkards, and' never ceafe prinking Spitituous]  .Liquor aaJbwg aa^-tbei * to the Gdverfaor sn git Goverbor 'Peace figned by their_________..^^ ' After tlat was done, Prcfcnts were madein ample Form, * and they went on board the Man of War, where they ' folaccd tlemfclves with Singing and pancine; as to their ' Song, it u one continued fleUowing and Noife : Upon * their going aboard and coming off- the Man of War ' gave them a Salute of fevenrerrt Guns. Thev expreffed ' a greal deal of Satisfaction by their odd Gc'rtiiics at < the Honour done them; fo they were dikhargwl, end * feint in one of Colonel Goreham's Sloops to St. John's, * with Prefents to the reft of their Tribes.' Cwiterhtry, OStoftr; 11. -OfrThurfday laft was committed to Maidftona Gaol-by Ch. Browne, fciq; Tnotuas Mnun, charg'd on the Oath of Michael Comport, of Cobhatn, with having wrote three feveral Letters to the Lid Michael Comport,- and thereby tlirc^Cning, to murder' him, and burn his Houfc, Barn, and'Corn. ttmugatr, OtitLr \y. ' We the abject Debtors< on the Common Side, more numerous than for many Years pafti return our moft humble and sincere Thanks' to a \Worthy unknown Lady, for a Guinea put into �he Begging-Box Yrlterday in a Paper .marked R. B. which was squally dillributcd, to our moft feafonable Relief, pa-t of us Ian. guifliing ou a Bed of Sicknefs, others naked and nothing to lie ou but bare Boards, and through a Ipng' Confincr ment are deftitute of Friends, To that Bread and, Water are our chief Support. If it'Was not for ftjch generous and benevolent Examples as 'thefe, sVc mull, under our great Aflbclions, inevitably perifli for Want.   ' <� Poutirj-Ctmfttr, Qilcbtr ta. We the poor Prifoners oa the Common Side, return our moft grateful Acknowlrdge- rbit  Day "h Iff  itt  KING'�.' AUTHORITY. A hew aeanrsatk I'* vbkh %Maeite, K* �!a''!it iitotuU tt�i�, te�lityii\� SM-1nnAtttoo*, m4 mtwicllini fietring CwitrtJicVioni. Arc. Th� S�t �f PtinW MM M*�� it Ci)U ftpaute, tithtr to MHttt. th s Vol.- fott� Pile* 4k t�*. �4. . ., r - A Uit* F�miljr BJU*. with  Set iff UniV self Print* �t�J Mspalmsr-lonM.. Pike 5kj�.-. > - . 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