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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 16, 1749, London, Middlesex                                en Numb. 585$; M O N D A Y, October 16,  1749. Deal, Oftebtr 14 ' A ME down andfaird, the Charm- ing Molly, Leigh, for St. Johade Lux; the Mermaid, Eaton, ftfr Liverpool i and the Portfmouth Transport to the Weftward. No Ship in the Downi. Wind N. N. E. An  ExtraS   of a   Letter frem Antwerp, dated 03ehtr 10. � For three Day* part all the Country ha* been in a ter-e rihle Agitation on Account of an Edift publifh'd relating � to the Money lately coin'd in this City.   The Motive  of this Edift i� very laudable; wherein it is faid.  That � the Ijow-Qmntriet having again been put under the Do-� minion of the_Emprefs Queen, (he had immediately en-�� tcrtain'd Views of procuring the Eafe and Advantage � of her faithful Subjects : Tnat having, ampngil o.her � f hitjg*. been inform'd how prejudicial the Currency of � the National, as Well as other Ducats, that had been * made light.by filing, and other Methodi, was to the .� Publick, and that fuch depreciated Coin, by an altonifli-� irtg Stupidity, was not only recciv'd and paid at a higher * Courfe than it was valued at By the Placam th.it nude � itcunenti but likewife, without having any Regard to *' the JLightnefs of it, an^Abufe \yhkh the Grfecdinefs of 'the Stock jobbers had introduced, and who by that " Means had drain'd the Country of the greatett l'art of " its good Coin, both in Gold and Silver, Arc.   In order therefore to futniih a Species of Money adapted to the *' prcfent CircumAances, and to die End that the Coin �� would be put upon fuch a fixed and liable Footing^ a* � to procure the Advantage of the Commerce of thefe � Countries, and at the/fame Time prevent the Publick  i^e d'Klire to pafs the Great Seal, empowering the Dean an J Chapter of Norwich to eleft a Billiop of that See, vacant by (he Death of Dr. Samuel Lille, la;c Bifhcp .thereof. And alfo to order a l.cncr under his Majciiy's Royal Sign Manual, recommending to the fair) Dean and Chapter Thoina* Hayter, D.D. one of hisM:ijrfry'� Chaplains in Ordinary, and Prebendary of St. Peter VVeiliiiinfter, to be by them elected Bifbop of the faui See of Norwich. The King has been plcas'd to fend hi' Recommendatory Letter to the Dean and Chapter of St Paul, London, for Richard Terrick, D. D. to be a Canon ReCdei.tUry of the faid Cathedral Church, in the room of Di Samuel Baker, deceju'd.  The King has been plcas'd to frant unco Richard Newcomc, D. D. the Place and D'gncy of a Prcbi-Rtiary of the Free Chap.i of St Gcor�e in the CaiUe of Wiou-fdr, void by the Resignation of l)r. Richard Tcrnck. No Advice having been received of tho Redelivery of Fort St. George, aMeffenger was. thereforo dilpatched on TucfJay to France, on that Subject. The Hon Richard Grconvilte, �tdeft Son to the Cosn* ttfs Temple, and now Vifcount Cobbam, willj we heag* be foon called by Writ to the Houfe of Peers. YellerJa/ the Right Rev. Dr Hayter, BiUiopof Norwich, killed his Mijclly's Hand at Kcoliugicn. on hit being ap pointed BiQiop of that See. Wc hc*r that the Rev. Mr. Fulham, Chaplain to the Hon. Houfe of Commons, will be appointed a Prebendary oi St. Peter at WeUmintter, in the room of Dr. Hayter. We hear that -Wynne, Efq, of ftwymgbf* in Den- bjghUme, intend* to offer himfelf a CamUda.e for taa: \>ounty, I ftWe are affured that the Report of General Bowies'. . Death at Bath is without Foundation, he being now much better. e 0",Thu,f!l*y ,ai* Mr- Davy, Deputy Sollicitor to jiic j^'K-Office, was married tp Mifs Hawley. of Seqcaats- Laft Thurfiday was married a CUifwick Church. Ifaac J-oolc, Elq; to MOj Ana Churcjj, of Coai-Harboor in Thames-Street. Friday NigVt at hit Hoort in SnnCoutt, bebmd the Royal Bi^ceft, Mr. Rkhanl Shtrgold, �n eminent Exchange Broker, who for r��ny Years kept an ORice in Pope's-Head-AHcy In Corehrll. He wit i Perfon or gteat Reputation in.kb Profcffioo, and wtll refpefled by all that knew him. On Thurfday Morning left died � Edmonton, Mr. Jofeph Sowerbx, � Gentleman well known for his Skill in the Mctbernnrtclu, W kit Lcclurcs at St. Paul's CoftVe Hoof*, defervedly efteemed for hit affable and mcdeft Behaviour, and greatly regret ted by alt his Acquaintance. On Saturday died Mrs. Hotchkis, Wife to Mr. HocchV.s, Brewer, in Oid-Street. Laft Week Mr. Burton, one of theCommimoner� of the Excife Office, and his Lady, making a Vifit to Sir Thorn is Trollop, at Cafwkk in Lincolndurc, from their Sear at Loffenham in Rutland, were overturned in their Chariot. Mr. Burton was much brnHed, and hit Lady had her Face cut with the Glafi i but bodi of them in in a fair Way of Recovery. On Friday a Led of Mr. Wnedet**, Cooper, in White* chapel-Road, receiy'dla violent KMkfrom aHorfr, which fractar'd fats Skull in fuch a Manner that his Life is do-fpiir'd of. On Saturday Morning a Fire happened at a Hatroaker's next Door to the George in Brook-Street Mews, which gntirrly cocfum^d the fame': It wea dircQly over-againtl the-Vorvi of Mr. Philip;, hi* Majefty'a Carpener, and' feversl Piles of Deals had been coafumcd, bat for the Engines end hshgtag wet Blankets o�er the Deals. On Friday part of a Houfe which lad been fome time repairing fell down, the Corner of Wine*Office'-Court in Fleet-Stretr, Imt providentially no Perfon received any Hurt, tjlic Workmen -having quitted it not five Minutct before the Accident happened. . . On ?�tarday Morning a Woman was whtpt at the Cart's TaU.fi^fi liungerford>Market to die Mews Gate, for ffeajihg^^arrej ei'Oy tiers. - L&Sifafiiay Nighta Co�b wa? flopp'd near Camber-well b^�|i^ Foo^sd*; b-jt the Coachmtn acquainting them tMre-ijias'Only a Midwife in it, which he brought from Snow's Fields to a poor�Woman at Cambcrwell who was in Labour, they let her pa6 without F.*�minaiion. Saturday Morning Paul Gorman and John Moor, two Sailors, were committed to Newgate by,r Justice M^in-waring, on the Oath of George Hardy, Matter of the bhip Leopard, now lying in the River, for feionioufly taking from the faid Ship a Box of Coral, a Sailor's Tkket. and fcveral other Thing*, to a great Value, fome of which were found upon them. An ExtraS ef a Lttttr t� a Pit fin 9/ DiSimXse frcn Chtintlo flartnrt AViw Se*/Ja. -' Sir, I have pnefymcJ, from the Encouragement you ' gave me when I was laft to.tyair on y ju. to atqujint ya 4 that I am lately arrived Jb^e, and am extremely well ' p-'�af�i witk^mr acw Settlement, nnd don't doubt .but it * will anfwer; .every v.ruabie^mpnfe.   Notlltffg cis>ild * rave conu ibufed more towards the Soccef*. of this LTn-' dert.i r.g, than the fendmg the Hon. Colonel Cornwall*  cl|fa to **? the fall Value, for a certain a. RemovedTirom the Swan. Salifbury Court. For     the TEE  T  H, Br lit tM.'//* ffna/ Ltttvt P*tt�t j MR, GRliliNOUG H*� Tirt^urw. "Ib� tm* pJ wakhjwfcftly ettrtt the In In* G�mt, AfleM *n* pnfttrtt �h* TE1TM. Vtnim tkrm tuMn ana b���rif�l, pr��fnf' tN:� JtrAjto*,' iM k���IWh ��irt *rr�y'J Aomh^rinnlna Theothrr. fi�C�i�n# th*'rtwrif-ACH.iWeiir^n*r�wMiiwrf�, �!��! in � Uuie Tinw nrt+rfll� u�th, rr�n��fh� Ltnftulft. The Virtws of tbtfeTrvfliPTt at� too wrtl Vnown fo tH* Nobility �M Ocntry (*n& \*ttt& le the WmH in rmrrsi) to nttd tnj fnilhtr d�t6ra. mt*kti is City it ^aimV / H',Af/dcf text, mt Eight t'Utik in (bt Mrzi�r, ft CuiUML        _ ' '    � �   � ' ' Navy-Ofike, Oclober a, 1749. THE Pritm'ptJ"(IJSttrt **ACksKitifftwtn if Us Mwfl/s Atn-r g*v* Nttitt, that en tmtfdttj tb* 1 Jib i*jfa�t\ fit ntntr lirt at bit Majt/l/s r*rd at Hi-hvitfi, ivbtrejbtmtp _  N  %  R   U   P  T  b. Hefnr loywn, pf St. Mary Magdalen Bermondfey io Sci ry/ Mariner, Merchant and Caapman Jotn Riviere, of Church-Street in the Paiifh of Chrift Church in the County of Middlcfex. Weaver_ Saturday Bank Stock Wat 00 Price.    India Stock, no Price.   South-Sea Stock, no Price.   Ditto Old Aumutes no Price.   Ditto New, io�> 7 Sttu a 107.   Bank Apqo: oe� 1746. no Price.   Ditto >747. no Price.   Dmo Lo-tc r 1747. no Price.    Back Annuities 1740.  107 a  1 81b D>uo 1749, '07. Three t-cr Cent. Annuitic, iox 1 S h a 3 8tht.    Seven per Cent. Kirpcriu"* lx'if>, no Price Five pa Cent. du;o, no Price,    ifeuk Li.cuh�:ic�� no Priec   India Bands 4I. a 4>- a*. Trialty-Houie, London, October 14. 1749. NOTICE it &r*!y  I'-iit,  tlij ^ fcjj u.)**' />u� tt fit' J .'J  tbf HtiA of tit (j*�/((.',   x.,ir tbt Plan "J..rre tc; Baza* tjtiij /?*./". Snlt fid lid far tie Jkmt; And� a Dtfeft �fi\t, tVr C�r/. or i*~Pr*portien /Air/*,"- it t* fV *Wc� ly tbt Prrfotu txbafitJl putd'tsft tbt faidSbip, all Prrfittx ivb*/bell linnd. tbt faid Sttf* 'are tt .tnh N*ti�t tbtrtaf, and ante frtfwtdfor tbnt Pittfcki tmd unltfs tbt-fidi Sbif.jball be p*idf*t amI t.lim mvnf �t tbt Em J offorty Daft ttfttr tbt i>�y pf'Sidt, tbt Utfojit � J&idl It forfaited 4ind htccmt tbt Profit tt ef'tbt (2>viwr, "** "VJCTUALL1NG .OFFICT, OftobcT^ 1749." 1* I Com.mi0ontri fcr t is?netting Ut Nttjrjiyt jV�ngf 1   J� btrth give AWw, that en &fd�ijUaf tbt %ft ef AT�- vembr nrxt, intbe Ferrnfon, tbey ii  October 6f:�Jan.J THE Cmtniifipttrs /�� PifttutUixg bit> Nytjtfi JWrw give AWjVc. tbhf en It'tJxifdty tie iR//. infiant, in lb* ForfKetst* fhy fall be natty to ftttto tbt bigbrj} fiidtUr fpvtral Lots rf lit-vitid trading t� tbt Eajl-lndiis, at Iter by ��*^/ tfiiict, that the f+d Cjfnpant will, on tbt \ i/f D*yefMartb, �7CA pay tttj di/ibarge at/ Printipal AUmy aui tnlcr^j/t that Jballht fbtn dui cn tbt Jji.t Company s Binds And tbty dtfnrtbtr givt S nnn ojjtrtd by ibtm dt nut exited'iybat jba'l it fvjj-ritnt, and that tbt fume 9* tendered �n or before the ji/f' D .-r of Cy.'/abtr ns.\t i and the Ceurt tf Dirttiors do btrtho ff totr idtilare. tbuf tbty ivitl net advut ef any ftidtn ethtr-�xit/r t htm by exhibiting B*ndt ej the faid Coirpatty, and wtMtig tt have tbt fume tndsrjtd it be tentinued at th^ Rut.- of I hree Pmitd) ftr Ctntnm per Annum, fens tbt J \Jl tf M^rtb, 1753, tv.ilp.1^able   Afovthi Svti.i 1~*HE 'Irujttts h,r,by |/tv Knit' /.> Prsprieteri cf tie Stvtn /-.r Cent. SiJjsa l..'itrt, fl-jt //vy Jb.dl give tbtir Att.ndunie at UatrtitCiy'1 I'^jfie-Hji.J. hi E.xih.uig, i'.L, on H'tdmtJJii, n,.\t, tbt 1 Htb ii/idiil.nt tt.'-.-t 'i a'Ci.>ii m tbt f <. �.: *, . in oiiitr tj lay btjvre tl'nn the /*, �./�-.'/# n 0/ bn fit..i . s-t King of PruJJia, for tbt Uf.burge of 11. bit.r.ji uinit'tin tipJt if iht J'uid Lo.W. '"I""* HE  Trurtcc. for puino,; in bxtxinioi i     the ft��nl Afti r-t Puiamrni r n�) cnm;-l�io{  �� 0>urd) iu M1* H>tiiIcT ol lifCii   i> � qjllt.) tli" fifth il Si. M>ii|>f� Iklljuiijirnu u tks uXj >A hliitkUn, >� il w.-Pff �t ihc V�ft,7-Ri..�y in il.i- I'anih Oh-.'-.h �n W,4n�M,| mil, it Three u Clock in t>c Af-v.-.v n, rii Muftocll i^rpifjtw^l* Iivilv. By Cutuxumd Grand Hock, and Co unci'.. Gtfnenl Com ininry of iliat Myil An icuc u I- f\, tai N :b'.r (hi:, * II L S'loef, wuCi^'i.v,  r. W c p �' br4J LlU'-'S is*     s L.>rf.! 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