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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 14, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Daily SATURH AY,  October 14,   1749. H ft B ftort Man Of War Is fail'd for the River.. No Ships in the Down*.   v\ inJ North. Yefterday arrived * Mail from Holland. Lr^hsm, Sept. 30. It appears morcaud more, that the Infinaationf of the Marqu:; de Curzay have made nplmpTctTibn upon thcMirrOs of the Corftcan*, thofi Jfianders being left than rv r dctcrmin'd to fubmit to the Gcnoefe Government.   It is foffible, that" through their Obltinacy the Republick wi 1 nd itfejf obliged to put the fmilhing Hand to the Trc.uy which has been fome Time ncgociating, to give up tie Iflind of Corftca to Don Philip. in Conftdcralion of a large Sum of Money to be paid by the Court of Spain; though it is at the fame Time conceived, that that Com tnuft be. put to very large Expcnccs to kecpthofc People in Sue Subjection. Madrid, Sept. 2g. It was believed, that" part cf the confiderablc Trealurc which the' King lately received from the Indie* would have been applied towards the Di/charge of the Debts contracted daring the late War. This Report was fo generally credited, that fevcral Pcrfons had prepared  State of their Demands : But it appears now, that the Cmirt hai cha"gP{> its Sentiments ; and 'tis given out, that the Sums in Queftion will be made ule of to lavour certain Projrcb which are in Agnation, together with an important Ncgpciation upon the Tanis in behalf of Don Philip. We wait with Impa.ience for New* from the Ca�accas, to be informed of the Succtfs of  the Orders and Inllructioo* font thither from Court with refpeit to the. Infyrreftioft th�re againft the Agents, of the Company of Guipulcoa , and till fuch Advices arc arriv'd, the lending of the *3oo Troops is fufpended ; however, they have Orders to be in Readinefs upon the firft-Notice, Vienna, Oilobtr 9.   TJiere i* great Reafon to hope, thit the Storm which threatens the North will foon difhpate, (by Means of fome Explanations on both Sides.   It is even {aids that the Emprefs of Ruflia has declared, that as Ihe has nothing more at Heart than to maintain the p-ab^ck peace, (he wHl fatisfy herfclf with the Declaration made by the Prince Succeflbr to the Throne of Sweden, a< alio with the Affuranccs given by the Swcdiih Miniftry, That no Alteration (hall bo mace in the Form of Government ellablinVd in that Kingdom, in order {hereby to prove her Love of Peace, and the i� .h Regard fhc has for her Allies: But that in ca/e after the Dcaib of the King  f Sweden anything thould beattempted contrary to tteeilablilhcd F^rra of Government, her Imperial Majctty is determined to oppufe the fame with all her Forces, agreeable to the Declarations (he. has before inade, and which (he hcreb/ cnlirrns.    General Areaij is is fct out for Hungary, to give the necctlary Dirtclions to put that Kingdom in a proper Polhtrc of Defence, agamtt any lnfult which may be aiterop cd, in cafe the Orioman Porte Ihould think proper to attack any Christian Power 1 whatsoever, as has been'given out.    But it is certain tV-.c the Court is not in  the lea'.l uneafy on that Acco-int, fome Regiments which were in Hungary having iecc�vcJ Orders to defile tovva'd> Bohemia. , Letters from Brinn in Moravia give Advice of the ' Death of Baron Trcnk, end add thereto the following 1 CirCumitances; that the Chagrin which hh Imprtlonment, caufed him, and- the linlc  Hope which he had of- rcco- , vering his Liberty, had bxk.- hi* Conilr.ution in fuch Manner, that he ua> (n'.\ci: into a Kind of Dropfy ; thst perceiving his End to approach, the Impjiicnce_wh:ch he , "pad (hewn for fome Tunc p-ft. gave way to more fuitable ! Sentiments :  He cxprcflrd fo hearty a Repentance of all  the ExceiTes which he had committed during the War, and ; fo atfectingly, that all who wtre prefent at the Time of ! hit Death were extreme! v cdihed.   Though in hit Lifetime he had (hewn no Regard for his Relations, he left all his great Wealth amonglt them.   The Actum which lie fecmed mod to regret, was, the plundering of Cham, a little City in the upper Palatinate, where he made a great Booty, and afterwards fe: it on Fire, which aJotolt entirely contained it, with Part of its Inhabitants.   Iu order to expiate in fome Degree this inhuman Atttou, he bequeathed 40000 Florins to erect an Hofpital at Chaun tor maintaining a certain Number of poor People. Paris, Qflobtr 1 j. We are inform'd. that of the fixteen Millions of Pia(l/es which are yet expected from Ant:;.* to Cadiz, fix Mil'ton.i belocg to the Merchant* of f raecc Letters from Tonlon intiniat;, that great DiUgoscc i> uievi ib the Cnnltrjition of the Men of War whica are upon the Stocks 111 tthat Port, and that two ol hxty Guns each axe juil f.nifii'd. L      O      N      D      O      N. _On Tucfday Lit were predated to the Privy Coans;!. fome Petitions from Confulj rchJmg abroad, w.o ha�e no other Allowance tfarn ToQtvage~forTjrf--^np entering th? - whka �*^Uy fo TcOerfay th� Rev. Mr. Ring. Cb^pUia to Ur Right H'in. the Lord MayO', was choirs- Rcttor of St. Micaae' CornhiH'by xht Court of Ailftaatt �f the Draper; Cpm-piny.   There wtre fevca CartdidaJei, who were reducta* 10 two.   Upon cafting op the Ballot, the Nctabcrt Aood thus: Por the R*�. Mr. Kiag, --   -   at For the Rev. Mr. Lawrence.   ., - ..6 Ycftcrday Morning feveral Gevtlcmca of greu R p'te waited on bis Majefty a: Kenstngtoa, With another ivj.ion in Favour of th- two unfortunate young Fellows con-demn*d for the Riot in the S-raad. , We hear from Bury in Satifulk. that the Hon. Fct'oa Hervey, Member of Parliament for that Place, pave on Wedncfday lift, being the Annirerfary of his Msjally's Corona ion, a p ib'tck and elegant Kntertainment, which concloded in tie Eveniirg with a BilL where there was a numerous and very fp'e&drd Appearance. On Tucfrlay two Men were feiz*d. and committed to Maiditone Gaol, for robbing a Clergyman on Bromley -Common, tear the Place where the Robbery and Murder were committed, and believed to be by the lame Fellows. Yeftctday the Seflbns ended at the Old Bail?-, when 25 Prifoacrj were tried.  Thomas Ycldcn was tried for forging and uttering a Seaman's Letter, of Attorney, and the Jury brought in the Verdift Special.   Nine were caft for Tranfportation, and fifteea'acqaitted. The next Seffiont begun the 6th of December. On Thurfday one March was coaimitted to Newgate, Ports where ttey refide, fcumg furth, ir-.at the Sum o. Money anfing tlisrcby fell v>.f> ihon of d=frJ)tng the Kx S:nces they   If a Lm. tf D.;-.L,i;;l,\ia t-C IvJIil cf Aid iliai Sir l.vn.u Coiio; Lf t-Uw KAn of L'vibi^. 1r..: ...tl  r.-r :h; c    a:y the uloreuiu cjcn.l^.uir/ Houfe during the Time of Stfliont. On Monday next will be d if play'd at the White-Conduit-Hoaie, lili-gton. a canout CoJlciliori of Fireworks, particularly two Rockets of 59 lb. Weight each, by fome Gentlemen, and the Engineers of Caper's. Gardens. To begin to dilptay thefe Fireworks at half an Hoar after Six in the Evening. Tomorrow two Sermons will be preach'd in the Parifli Church of St. Mary Whhcchapel, for the Benefit of the Charity Chddrea belonging to the fame Parifh; that iothe Forenoon by the Rev. Mr, Warner, Rcftor of St. Michael Q_ieenhiih; and thn in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Audky, Leclurer of St. Mary Roiherhtth. and Chaplain to the London Hofpital. The fame Day two Sermons wilt be preached at the Parith Churchof St Thomas ia SonthamtK, for the Benefit of the Charity-Bays edacated in the faid Parish 1 that in the Morning by the Rev. Mr. King. RcAor of K-ingfend in Berkshire, and Leclurer of St. Geofge Middlefex ; and that in the Afterroan by the Rev. Mr. Dawbarn, Fe'low of Magdalen College ia Oxford, and Lecturer of St. Gorge the Martyr in Sotubwark. On Sunday Morning the zsd infant, a Charity Sermon will be preach'd at Sr. Michael's Church in Cmoked-Lane; by the Rev. Mr. Ayhner. Vicar ofCamberweU, for the Benefit of the Char iry* Children of Bridge and Candle-wick Wards. The Notice in the Church for the 15th inftant was given by Miftake. 1 For the Benefit of Mr. Whttamore Jan. at Sadler'* Wells, adjoining to the Nrw-Ririr Head. Ifliagton, this Krening wdl bs prefenfixl t^e cfual Diverfi.ws of that Place, with feveral new Addiion'. To begin cxacVy at Five o'Clocfc: Thofc who chafe Wine may have it at Two Shillings a Bottle. At the New Wdh in Goodman's Fields, This prefent Evening, will be pcrform'd. a new Enieriainment, call'd Ac Ship-launching, or Harlequin turn'd Fryar. 'ihe whole to conclude *i:h rhc Temple of Apollo. . Singing b> Mift Agneaaand Mif* J aim a The irrece*. Cloaih�, Mufick. and Decorations arc all new. To begin at half an Hour paft Four and end at Ntr.e. E�,ch Pcrton to be admitted tor a Pint of W�t or Punch To be fold at the Oxford Peruke-Warehoufe, within two Doors of the Feathers Tavern, facing St. Clement's Church ia th* Strand, great C hoicc of Tics, Majors, Bags, full drcia Bobs, and cot Perukes, of any Colour;, made of the beft of Hairs, ar*d in the newctl awd gentccleit Faihioa ; likewifc a convenient fert of-Riding Spring Pe-rukci. nith throng f'orctop? that will neither fall nor fepa-n'.c ; a!l which will be fold cheaper than any yet cxpofed to cebiick Sale Ail Orders for Exportation or Country will be lonn and duly obey'd. T:ii#.i to inform the Publick, That the regular-bred Surgeon lately come from abioad, who, by a peculiar Method. c . Acut'�. a Milliter, in Fitch Lai.e, rear the Royal Ex cii.tr.jr, where he are.-^i! Tue'dayt and Fiidayi. from Eijht in th.- Mvroiag ull I'*o in tbe Aftejnoon ; the re'i ol the V.ctk, tte Moars abotc. at hi. Lodgings, at Mr I). Lificli's. the l*'A Ho-jTe bit one m F-xeter-Court in the Sirir.d , wtere all S^^Si::�g Perplc ard Travellers may tuve Kcra^iiici   i) 1: AN i titci -Stmt, T 1 AT flw- �4 /   � I   hit*. i> fv> 1-r C'jyliiltt-d ar�l fpoltc i- i   ...          i ill     tr    M - .ilfy     V. - at ^0 Mhivlrt after t :n the Morning, and 6 after a in ihe Afternoon. ' Yellcrday Bank Stock wai ij^ a i 4th. India S'.ock* \t}i 1 half, South-Sea S.ock, 115 � *th. Ditto Okl Annuity, no Price. Ditto New, too 7 8th�, Bank Annuities 4*46, 166. Ditto 1747, toy. Ditto Lb trr* ?4?. toe 7 8ths a 1061 Bank Annuities ^748. 16? a 8h Ditto 1749, 107 1 8th a to;. Three et Cent, ^ftllu^,ies, 10a 1 8th a � 4th. Seven rer Certi. Em-, peror's Loan, no Price. Five pec Cent, ditto, no Pride. Bank Circulation, no Price.  India Bond', 4I. a 4I. ;�v KILBORN.WKLL8, Q/hkr it� 1749, THE 1'ublick  are ativ pr��tntFrsviJi, w'll" delKrer Minted Tichtts with the Day �r "'   "  ...... tnboit�t m>d cutn'-m ftth rs> "  fiiflry#fSc�tliiad lnth� llrli littd, t e esrrltd on, 1* firft prowl. lth the Rftarsft Cire, CandAur, in.t ImpMiikllty, to give JisiiiUttinin - th� PuHlkk t avoiding On",nr* n much as poflibls in tht rtlnting ot Fadti at>d the re-eeicniiaj; of Charaftcti. The Proprietor and Auilioi- h�i

jbetll attend the faitl Sale an to take Nftiee thereof, eind term' pr,fared for that, Purptsf: j and unhfi the faid Ship {ball be f~tU fir etud taken iiwetv at the End of forty Dayi tifttr the Ihiy tfSjile, the Dtpofit* Jbaabe forfiitcd and he come the Property of the (binvn, VICTUALLING OFl'KR, OcTob*r6, 1749. THE Cammf/ioners for fifliwlling hit Mtjefiyh Netty give Notice, that on IVednefdoy the 19th in/lunt, in the Forenoon, thy /hall he reedy to /ill to the hightfl BidderJei.rnJ Lots of ftrvlctable Beef, Pori, tisfi. Currants Fi'mr of Mujlard Seed, old ferwiteable Butt eoidHi'lflijthf.J Mirvu, uni old foreign Butt Staves } alfo fo'/ie dei.'v'd B>ei\ Po'A, Suet, B�Jh, Bread Dttfi, Flettr, Pe'eife, Ont-.eal. Vlneje, ,md t!dliny ..nd Rags; and (ilfo feme old un/,/-viuei/u Bate, Pui.\h,jat lie,'j.i>etiJ Staves, and Butt Bung Seuvtt, and u/d unf^r \.iV. bun Hoops, emdalftt tome M.fs Cams mid Butt Pnmti, hin^ iu the Stores of this OJ'ee at Twtr-Hill, ami the litirtjb'jiit Brew* hcufeT^fldiiedhpufe eit Dtptford. All the iforrfuiJ Particulars mtty be vifiv'd at the Placet, vjbere they "oiv lie till the faid 1 tfb inftant, und 4 Depujit �f ac per Ctnt. ii to -be paid ainn immtdlauly at the 'IlmetJ Sale, ivhieh is to be forfeited ro the Crown in L fe the Remainder be not paid, and the Goods taken mv,y, ti/fet/'ai, thirty D.ys after. VICTUALLING OFFICF, October .1. . 49 THE Qwmijftoners for Viftualting his Majeilyt Nkiif give Nctiee, thtit on Feiduy next, the iQtb inftant, in tie Forenoon, they wilt be ready to treat for Hops, for tb\ Service of bis Miijifty's Suvf. And an the fame Dity they will alfo be ready ta tr:at Ittiit.g the CJtys Lemds ttr Ihe g_ Aciount of ihe (Uvinilfvhdn of tht (jty of l.on.Un give Nut ice, that they will inett m the CuumeU-Lbuntber at iiuihihall, on IPed/irfit.g next, the IH/A infant, in trd>r its vetei've Prtfifide frZn /mil Perfani who are willing la fur "t the Publi:k Mw kill of this City, that ii to fiy,l.tudtnhidl, Hb'ny-[*tnt, Ncugute, and Flett, cither the while, together, or eaih bhnkit dljl'i'.:-tl, ..th! f par airly, -uith all the Slip!, St tills, tlltd Atfw ttnunai tbertunto bel.nghig, (t>bi t. ylnd al the jumt I ime 'u /// leeeive Prop/fill for the teut Pi tee of (j>gv':.t near LejJenl'ull, huh wiU ir.lendid fur u C'/'un M.irAit, fir lit 'Trnt ^' twenty-one c fitly one ft tin. i) M'AMAN. Cmptrcllrr. HE frutin 1 /<<< � 1 sill 1 to/an il.d�.:l : i / of J t' :. k. > ' ; e A'1' � hiy 1'^ , 1 i-'fin, for tht A.'lfr It tie Pnpiul.i' "J lit , liii Lnm. ll.it ll\y jl-ll gt.\ie I In It , VjiJJii Houfe m E*,b,ut� - Alley en\ ,ki, � 1 / /. v>f jC.hi.Ji 111 th FmiHuon, �1 !>'',� .">./�'fill:'l vf hit Mojijij $b Vn.lfx' �t'r'j I'lU'.t and J il, i,inl Lu'i. "^3

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