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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 17, 1749, London, Middlesex                                �Mm I4J'B S DAY, OcreiEit 17,   1749. AME down and. remain, - the Charming Anna, Soroerfell, for Montferrat. and the Two Brothers, Higgin*, for Limerick. ' Wind North. Ratifon, 03. tj. A Different* bath anfen between the Eledor of Bavaria and the Bifhop of Eichftadt. the Bailliwick of Hirfchberg. which the Bifbop if in Pofleffion of, and to which the BledW pretends a Right of Sovereignty, end in OeaJeqaesce thereof hath affixed Patents to affert and fcrtjnteln hi* Claim. Whereupon the Prelate addrefsM 'tihkVV* the Aulick Council of the Empire, and obtained * Decree in his. Favour, with Orders to the Cirle of Saabia rofapport h'W- By Virtue of this Order, the States caes'd ihu rfilMl of *e Eleftor of Bavaria to be poll'd down j which h�th C*t|htfed his Higheefs to march 600 Men to take; P�fiefiaa of the Country, till a farther Dedfion be ' J.uim QlUfr- �f Week a Fire broke oat at Gofchata, the Seat of the Count dc Reimenbacb. Poft-Mailer-General for Silefia, which laid that old Caftle, with all the rich Furniture, in Afhes t befides damaging fcveral adjoining Houfesj fo that the Loft in the whole t* very _?cnfiderable^----..... ,       ~~~ Jmfierdam, OSioltr ao� The Magiftratea of this City bare iffued a Placard, that no Matter of Alehouse of Tavern, or other Houfe of that kind, fltall receive Company, or fupply them with Liquor, after Nine o'Clock at Night, aoder the Penalty of twenty-five Florins; and that no Perfon (hail keep .1 Houfe for People to aflambk in purpofcly for Singing, order Pain of paring too Florins for the firft Offence it' on a Week-Day, and 300 Florins if on a Sunday, with the Addition of corporal Punifhment for the fecond Offence. Yefterday arriv'd a Mail from F a a h c a. Paris Ala-main, October xo. Letters from Genoa of the tith advife, that the Bank of St. George is (till in the fame Oiforder, and no Hopes of Things being rccVfiei ; that Commerce there is in a manner abandoned, wail \ the King of Sardinia ufes all poffible Means of cauling it to Idurifli la his Dominions. Several Letters have lately be n received from Corfica, by which we are informed, TraoouOiry is perfectly re-etubl.fhcd at Batlia, Ca'vi, Ajaccto, and Bonifaccio, the principal maritime Town in that- Iflaiid -. The People expect with the utmoft Impatience, the Explication of the King's Intentions about them : Several of them agree, that their Prcteojious are a little extravagant, and think, that they arc not yet reduced 10 m N�c�fl�/ �i* eumptyiag with reefonaMe Terms.    "* The King returned from Fontainblean to Versailles, where bis Majefly will remain till Thorfday. A Convention has been catered into between the King and the Cardinal Bifliop Prince of Liege, for the reciprocal ReHitution of Deferters, which is to continue ten Ye�r�. LONDON. Yefterday arrived at Whitehall, by the Way of Holland, an Exprcfs from Admiral Bofcawen. We hear all Agents or Managers beta aging to Privateers during the left War, will be put under  new Regulation, for the more fpcedy and better Payment to the Captors; that all Agents or Managers that have kept the Ships Money in their Poil'cffion above the Space of fix Months, {tovided there has been no Contest at Law, fhall pay law-ul Intereft for the fame to ihe Captors: Likcwiic if any Law-Suit has been depending longer than fix Months, and the Agents or Managers have not put the Money to proper Intereft, for the Ufe of the Captors, they mail forfeit their Agency,, and pay lawful Intereft from the Time they had' the Money in 'their PoffefEon 1 and all unreafonable Articles made on board a Shin to be regulated by the primed Pfopofa)* by which the Men flxip theaaielves. The Right Reverend the Lord Bifliop 0/ London has collated the Rev. Dr. NicoUs to the Living of Northall in Middlcfex, void by the Death of the Lord. BifhoP of Norwich. -TocitjgsuHea. the Lady PcJcrihan continues dange-roufly ill at the Earl of Harringtou^Jiaafe j* 9t J�njetfi. ^. Lett Saturday Morning was brought to Bed of a foe and Heir, Mrs. Lynch Blots, at be* House in Condmt-Strreet, to the great Joy of that noble Family. On Saturday died, at her Houfe in Clevclaad-Row, St iames's, Mrs.^aftcr, Relia of - Salter. Efaj and (other to Edward Salter, ECqi one of the Cktks of the Board of Green-Cloth. _ �n Friday died Mr. Peter Debroffes an eminent Liancn Draper 10 the Strand. Yellerdny died of a violent Fever, Mr; George Extoa, a wealthy Cornfa�tar on Tower Hill, one of the People called Quakers. ^On Friday died, advanced in Years, WiDJam EHet, Bfo; of Great Totham in Encx. On Sunday died, aged 7a, Mr. PhilipKelcr, 3 noted Cabiact-Makcr.in Holborn. On Sunday diedjtfr. Pluck, Brewer, in Bloomwury. On Sunday la* was rung by aha Society of Union acjiulan, �t ChriA-Chorch in Southwark, a complete Peal Pi S�49 Bob Majox*. in three Hours �f*ca. Minutes *^*� Peal was completed with the greatcft Alacrity and "�M�nry, notwithftandng the many Efftfn* of the EalUrn Scholars to d0     (mt� M10od�y a Journeyman Hatter was committed to loth*.r^.Brir�weli  by James Frsfer. Ibeing wavicsed before him on the Oath of his Matter. Mr. waguer, fo, puii0Joi�g m cnbtxxhog Material* deliver'.! �*ua to �uke Hats) to hard Labour for the Spsce of Jr""T D*>�. and to be once pjblickly whipp'd, puriuaut w ^ bMe Aa of Pailuflten:, which, lis hopfd, wiJldeux others from committing the like PraAteft. having been too frequent cf late, tfi the groat Deuinunt of that Trade. ~" La� Sattuday three Waaneji la G�We*4.ant drank fo exceffivefy, that one feOa!dwn tw* Pair nf Staits, and w*  uflicr'd  iii with thennf^gcf Bdbt a*d Mc John Condy (who ' it K-eleaM % Nrtreeve) witb all the BurgeiTes and  princinal Isn\M0tania .'�f the Town^ to the Number 01  aoo, betng In^ted tirj a Dioner ptWared by Robert  Batcher, B%^adk|p tq�ut: meat aobV Beoefsflor end  Patron hU (ii%e the Duke of Bedford, hU Mujat1y,s � Health. *d*!m&> Wa^l Hi.kwaffnt tee Friafe and � Priocefs of Walcr.Tthc teA of the Royal Family, the � Right Honourable toe Lorda c)f hh Majcily's snort ' HcmoaTable Privy CoeuciL their Graces the Dake and  fiaijt^hefi of Bedford, onr^noble Marquis, and other loyal  Health^ were drank with lood Hanxas, and firing of ' Guns i in the' Bventng there was n large Bonttire, with  Fireworks exhibited. wfr?*h t   and.* Woman, as they were going home rroi our Murktt, attack'd bf three Footpads, near the i.:!nc-L:tm onDurdham-Downs, wbodefired them to.ftop t. cir Hu.-ics, and tell them theneareft Way to Sea-Mill* 1 bu 1. looner were they informed, than they immediately km. d Mr. Mills and his Companion off their Horfes witu ..rest Clubt, and robbed the former of 91, and the Littu-olaos. The Woman being a*uch frigliten'd, jump'd oflF ber Horfe and fell on her Knee*, befeechiog them not to hurt ner; however, they took a Handkerchief off her Neck, gave her each a KifsX and wiwed her well home. Tuefday Iaft as Moles Reynold*, alias Harborough, and fcveral other Collrrr*. were patrolling the Wood together, well armed, his Piece accidentally went off, and {hot one of them : It we* loaded withieteral Bullets, one or more of which graced bis Temple, and tore his Ear from his Head 1 being dofe to the Mulct, hi* Face is very much burnt, but being; attended by a Surgeon, there is fome Likelihood of his Recovery. Laft Thutfday Night, about Eleven o'Clock, one John Parry, a Coach-Harncft-Makcr, was barbaroufly murdered by Mr. Cheney, Biazicr. at a little Houfe of Ul Fame in Silvcr'Strect, near Bridewell-Lane. The Quarrel was on account of one of the common Women of the Town (there being three in Company including the Woman who kept the Houfe), and as they were intoxicated, cook a Hammer from his Side, and gave the Deceafed fcveral Blow*, which fra&urcd bis Skull, and was the immediate Death of the Deceafed. My. Cheney made his Efcape from the Houfe, went home, and after taking a Parcel of Guineas, got clear off j but Hue and Cries are our after him. The old B-d, who it fcems is a Gardener's Wife, but kept Company with another Man, was fccuicd by the Watch, and carried to Bridewell. EMmbmr^h, QtfacVr 9. They write from Aberdeen, that on TucHsy lag came on before the Circeit Court there, the Trial of Thomas Scutchtc foe csssWourimr, to commit a Rape, end ho was tound guilty 1 the fame Day that of Anne Philip, from Stonehaven, for expoong he* Child, by which it fell into the Sea. and was never heard of, who was alfo found guilty : And on Wednefday that of Alexander Mac Donald and Alexander Philpi, Fldbera there, for Murder, were likewise' found guilty., fi�mimrgh, O^ikr 10. They write from Aberdeen, that on lnuriday US, John Wattoe, in Tilly four, was tried before the Circuit Court there for Receipt of Their, found guilty, andfeatenced tobc banilhed to bit Majefly's Plantations. Next Day, Cliriftian Irociide. for the Murder of her own Child, petitioned for Banifhmcnt, which wa* granted. And on Saturday, Charles Grant was indicted for Fire-railing, �c which he penitently confeffed, and wa* coademued to be hanged on the *6th of Januaty ma\. Anna Phiip and AlexaiMer Philp, were fcnicnccd'to be executed on the 14th of November, and Alexander Mac Donald on the 1 ti of December next. They write from Morpeth, that lall Week fome drunken Shoemakers haying been heard to drink the Pretender's Health, fome of the loja! Inhabitants informed far Cooper, one of (he Bailiffs thereof, who not thinking he had luffi-cient Authority to contunt ihcm j as he was going to pro. cure a Wa*rant tram a Juttice of the Peace, wa* way-laid by the Shoemakers, and beat in ,fo terrible a Mauser (bat Ue lies daegciouuj ill. Glfamui, CkkUr 9. VYc hear from Lewis, that the Herring Fiihiog ko� on, tuccefsf ally, all the &hij� there being already loaded. On TueW�> laft a Boat, in which were fome Calk* of Rum, came to an Anther near the Key, but obferving 4 Party of Soldier* nuking toward* them, put oft' again, on fthtch the Party fitcd �ud wouaded two Men on board. Next Sunday Motntnf * ChartVSermon will bepreachVl at St. Vedall in Fofter Lane, by the Rev. Mr. Joihtta Allen, Keclor of St. Bride'r in Pembrokeuiire, for the Benefit of fixty Boy* and forty Girls belonging to the Charity School of Farringdon Ward within, At the New Well* in UoQdJnan'* Fields, this pite** Evening, will be pttfurm'd,  new Eniertaimoent, caJl'uV the Ship-launching, or Harleqeie turad Fryar. �'The whole to conclude with the Temple of Apollo. Sintinfi by Mtf* Agnetta and Mils Julttta. The HecaM, Uoaths. Mufick, and Decotatmn* are alt new. To begin at half au Hour p�ft Four and end at Nine Bach Perfon to bi admitted tor a Pint of Wine or Punch. This it to inform the Pubtick, That the regttlu>btiw Surgeon lately come from abroad, tvho, by e peculht Me� ithod, cure* all the Sythptoou of tlii.Veitcreal Dtforner without Salivation, whether freih contia^led, or of long; Duration, for Convcuieticy of Room 11 rtmovVl |0 Mn, AcotS, a Milliner, in Finch-Lane, near the Royal ExV change, where he attends Tuefday* and Fridayi, from Eight in the Morning tilt Two in the Afternoon 1 the rail of the\ .Week, the Houri above, at his Lodginfi*. at Mr^J>�:__ LaiKtirs, the laft Houfe but one in l^eter-Court ih the , Strand where all Seafaring People and TtaveUera ttw* have Remedies ready prepard, with a Book of Directioo*^ which exactly followed, will be as fafely cercd a* if In, Town. The Poor cured gratis, Enquire for the Surgeon who cure* the Scurvy. . * . _ :-. ,' High Water at London-Bridge this D*v at 50 Miauttt after 3 in the Morning, and 10 alter 4 in the Alternoon. , Yefterday Bank Stock was 138 a 1 4th. India Stocky 190 1 half. South-Sea Stock, lit 1 half. Ditto Old Annuities, no Price. Ditto New, no Price. Bank An> nuitiet 1746, toe a 105 7 8th� a 106. Ditto 1747, no Price. Ditto Lottery 1747, 106. Bank Annttitii* i?4t� 107 e t 8th. Ditto 1749,107 a 1 8th. Three \tt Cent* Annuities, 10a 1 8th a 1 4th. Seven per Cent, Emperor'a Loan, no Price. Five per Cent, ditto, no Price. Bank Circulation, .no Price, India Bond*, 4I. 11. a 4I. Three per Cent. Exchequer Older*, tl. Dtfc, ----^'-� Tbis Day  is pubti/b'd, % Mf tkt KINGV AUTHORITY, A new *M btavtifwl E41tiea fmtmf itnmmmitd witb 104 mrim kri* Prim �U M*Ht        d *' m grut S*ft>t*, fim tojtt*' ** �� the Cfwtfeo�f \h* WbrVJ, fe bhaVnrat �Kf Chrlftisnltr by JESUS CHRIS 1' sad hi* A POST LBS, 4m. With Anlwcn to molt of the contrevmti QurOtom, not DirTtcUtioM on the roon nm�i*�bls PiUstn. To which m *iit*. Now eipl�lnln| aiffi.ult Ttxts, telUlylng Mif Trsa/Uthmi. ai NconcDine f iill lb* Shaft, Stulli, .uui Jfpur-ttnesneei tbiieunte keleitp'ug, (* >. And at li., fev.e'ltn.i -uill itcerve Pmfof i/i fur the -void Pit(t f Gtxunel near LtadsubitiJ. nxbi.b u..d inUaded fur a C'/m* Marker, ftr >bt 'Item if t-Hrsnft'oue or ftMly-ont Ytnri i>.   SEAMAN,   Ctmptrtlltr.   

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