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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 18, 1749, London, Middlesex                                1740- De*i% Oftr.bcr \6. RR1V0, the Lampford, Conner, from Jamaica. Cttnc down and failed, thc.Earl of Granville, Smith, tor Oporto ; the Buclah, Child, for Philadelphia; the Golden Fleece, v.ompton, for Exon j the Happy Return, Payne, for Virginia ; and are failed.   Wind N. YttUruH} arriv'd a Mail from Hc*.tA*o. Conftantimple, Sept. u. The Ncwa received here, by the Way of Erzerum. of the tout Defeat of Ibrahim Chan in Perha, has occasioned the holding of many Divan? This Ibrahim waa Matter of the City of Tauria, and ' of ithe whole Province of Aderbeitzan, where he had aiTemWed his numerous Army of upward* of 100000 Men, with which he march'd in.order to give Battle to that of the Schach, who gairied a complete Victory over him The Conquering Schach hai fince difpofed of the Government of Tauris in Favour of KoafUn thin, and we team that he is advancing to Carfcin, in order to be there crowned with great Pomp and Solemnity. NapLt, Strt 30. It has been rcfolved to build a flrong Fort in the Ifland of Pracida, capable of containing fcveral hundred Men in GartHon. Thi� Ifland, which is very fmall, is fituated bcrweerT that of Ifchm and tnc I own of Pouzollo, a fmall' Diftancc from this Capital; and at the King frequently goes thither in the fine Srafon, 'tis for the better Security of his Majcfty's Perfon, a^amftany Dcfccnts of the Barbary Corfair.t, that this Fort is to be creeled. They write from Gaeta, tr.at one of our 'armed VefiVls carried into that Port, on the 15th inftant, a Corfair of Tunis of twelve Pieces of Cannon, whole Crew confided of thirty-five Men. There is come i.ito this Pore a Maltcfc Brigantitic, who a few Days ago Lad an obltinate Engagement tvuh k-vtrnl Aigcrine Xebeques t but the Maltcfc was fo fortunate as to oblige them (o retire. Without any orlnr Lof. en Lis Side than having one Man wounded, who is iince d'.aJ. Genoa, Goober 4.    J hat Party amongft oar Ndbility which is on the Side of the Pecple, feeins to have gar ed the Afcendaricy, the Government beng ac prefent ciit'r-Jy in their Hands, who are tiking Meafotcs to tupuurt tlicu>: felves therein, having riilpatche.l an Exwrtfs to me C'ojrt of France, dcfiringhis Molt C hriilian Majefty 10 'end ihr:n ten Battalions j and 'tis jjft now reported, that five    fa-lions are already ordered to uiaich riir;rcil; from Daj;h:y towards this City, and that rive others arc to be Convened to Corfica.   Many of the Noblrire of tlii. Scute arc roared to Leghorn and Pifn, not thinking themiclves lecu'eia their own 1 oan:ry, o i account ot the frcii) Troubles .vliicii have happened therein. " % Pvrma, Qdloler 7. The Infanta Dutehefs is expelled here by the Middle of next Month, and upwards of a000 Workmen are employ'd in reputing tnc Ducal Palace, which is to uc fitted up entirely in the French Title Stockholm, Oeloher 9. His Maiefty feems nsty uncafy about the late Declarations made by the Ruffian Court, and exprtffes niucii Concern, that ihc cvlcafurcs taken to give Satisfaction (ho- Id not prove fucccftAil. In the mean time the Mmilliy turn their Care to maintain the Independency of Sweden " Viaind, Ofiober 11. The Refultof the Grand Conference held here this We k, in relation to the Affairs of the North, baa been communicated to Count William Bcntinck, and ,lO Mr. Kent*. >h,> iiriiilh Minifter, who has difpatch'd a Courier to London on the Occafton A Palace is (unilhing here, wiich is faid to be intended for tlic Reception of the Pottui>uele Princefs deltincd to cfpoufe the eldeil Arctidukc Berlin, 0:.'ob.r 1 8. A v_ounciHias hecn held at Potzdam on the Affairs of Sweden, and the Rcfult thereof was lent by a Courur to Stockholm. There is a Talk of our affeniblin;- fomc Regiments on the Side of Poincrania. ' Paris, OcJoitr 20.   The Augmentation of our Marine is �u  1.' ,n uiih fuch Diligence, that it is faid that up W.us 1.1  1.,(- liuiulred thoufand Workmen arc employ "d in u.i. H\. ..' ..'..tits and Y.iras. hit.g.je, Octooif 24.   His Serine Highnrfs the Prince Sudiui'luci ha2 fix d the ;th 01 nrxt Month for bis parturc !or Gronn^.in. troin whence it is believed nc .vili make a i our into iiKzLr-d, and will nw. re.ar.i ID tl.e Cattle of Loo before the 24th or zjih of the lame Moiuu O        IN        D        O        N Yetterday his Royal Highnefs the Duke of C umber land went bom K.ertmgion to Wii.Jlor for a Week The Lady ot aicphen Foyn z, liiq; Pa.mad.rto hi> Rojal Higlinrl) the Di.ke of Cun.beiland, ia dangeroufl/ ill at Mr. Poynfi';. Seat at Mif^fum in Bcik->. It is faid tt-ai tne Board 01 Wi. rk� have prepared a Phn for the new buijfiii^ ul Si, JiUKi'n Palace The Duicticli ol Kictimor-d was to fct out on Monday Uft irom the Hague for Bni'cls, where the was to mm the Duke her Spoufe, to return together by Claw to KogUnd. A Pennon of cool, per Annum is grume a, -  :he t*avour of his M�]efty, to the. Mailer of Lo.i., Sjr. c.' the Lae Lord Lovai, out of the Etlaie bciongi-ii to ...e Uid Lord. We hear that the Legacy of about iiool. Stc.ling a Yenr, which'M. de la Peyronie, late Surgeon to the King of Fiance, btqucathd to the Company of S rgecm m rans, after hav.ng been conteflcd in fcveral Ccims i.f ludicature by the K There being * Vacancy in Mordannt-College on Black-heath, founded for decay>d Merchants, the Prulfecs for the fame will meet the Middle of cext Month, at the Am-tlerdam Cottee-Houfe, for the filling up thereof. Yelterday a new Ship for the India Company's Service was launch d from Perry'� Dock at Blackwall ; the Com roand of her was given to Capt. Charles Powlcs; fh� >* call'd the Lord Anton, and order'd for Bombay and China. On Monday died Mr. Edward Onland, a wealthy Woollen Draper, the Co*ncr of Shoemaker Ro.v, A^d^nie The Night before latt, a large Quantity of Lead was llolen off the Top of an empty Houtc in Lincoln's Inn fields; one of the Rogues was taken, but the other we.it over the Tops of fomc other Houfes, and made his P.fcape. A few Days fince Mr. Davis, a Brewer in Baldwin's Gardens going to Coney, to bis Son-in Law's, Mr. Thompfon of (he Chequer Inn, was attacked by a Highwayman, raafked, near Lord Albemarle's Houfe,. about three Miles from thence, who robbed him of two Guineas and a half and fomc Silver, and after examining his Pockets for more, on Mr Davis's telling him he was on a journey, and he had all, the Highwayman threw him half a Guinea back, to enable him to profecutft bit journey. Ycfterday a Fellow was detected itt attempting; to cut a Ladi's Pocket off.juft as (he was turning oqt of St. James's Pa'k to Conttituiion Hill; when being delivered over to luaicatureby the Kclnionsof the tTeccafcJ. i3 at length nnally deterniin'd in Favour of the Surgeon.   " 'i'u faid, that on Account of the i?r-cat Nu.:ii);r of Rob great "�cj t�iniiiiiied in and about the Town, ioma of the ^uaidj will be ouaricred in the Towns rcuud l.orJor. �"h.e!i are to pairole the Roads and Foot-faths Ir ,u. luwa to * -'w, from F,ve in ;hc Evening tilljikven hi lie underwent a very fevere DifcipHne. Gafyoit, Qaabtt  t. The following cruel Affair happened on board the Chefterftcld Man of War, which lies in this Harbour. About One o'Clock on Sunday in tlx Aftcrnosn, the Gunner being a little indifpofed, was in his Cabin, and his Wife in the Gallery roalting a Fowl for Dinner; there was no Perfon cite in the Ship but a French or ita'ian Boy, about nineteen Years of Age, who was the Boatfwaia's Servant; became behind the Gunner's Wife, � while (he was roafling the Fowl, and gave her fevcral Bio as on the Head with one of the Scrapers th.nt is ufed in fcraping the Ship's Sides, which cut her Head very m-ch, and after (hi fell down, the Villain ftutfvd her Mouth full of Oakum and Chips, gave her fevcral other Hlows, then left her weltering in her Gore, and went to ihc Gunner her Hufband, knoek'd him down with a Car-penter's Mallei, and gave him fo many Blows tbatheleft hjm fi r dead ; then broke open his Chcft, took his Watch, Money, fevera' S.irts and ohifts, and other Wearing Aj>-parel, took the Gold Rings from his Fiitgera, then went to his vVifc, took her Gold Rings and Eaj Ring?, one b-ing hnrd to come out, he cut it out ot her liar, and left ihem both in that deplorable Condition, took the Ship's Boa. aud went up to Porchcfter with the Things he had llo'en, then turned the Boat adrift. It appears tint he drefll-d himfelf in fome of the Gunner's Lloaths, f�r his own Cloatbs were found in the Boat. When the Gauntr recovered^ little, which was not for fomc cnnltdei �b e Time after, he crawJ'd to the Ship's Side and haled ihe next snip, when Affiflance came 10 him ; then wcru to (its Wife, and found her in the Condit on ab i Hcil   * Tk>)fli-p, in Gmri!,.,'t!i b.iext ,    molt �iicl.cr,   Qjtkiy, aiid �o .ixulc llhuiji, m lUc i urc ot tnwjiJ ind funny lloule, London, Oc'iobcr 14, 174';. OF ICE u Lrti>t gi-ti.  tbtit .1 ReU Hum i> /tit J.llU  /}  It   f'JiM d  ut tot   U*i..i   of thi ijulljUil,   II..,' ..( lit   Bcill.1   lull!) Jiii.li. ( tt/,', -Grr /. t-Cr:i,ti-li'f'v)!*t>- nt ii^ii'i&tii, sV� // WAff/Ji'.tV �.vf, the i^th i*/l*:t, (injftttd �>,'" thti /)..v) it oret,r tt rtirivr P>"t#!ith /hem f�r'� ?rtf�t> <�r�- wlfflif H farm ih, Puhltci .\f,nItt tf //�<"� Cf\. thtf ,1 t- y.;r, l.t/d.i-httil, lb*n S'r:<���'' *rw> in t '>} f'r f ii:: hint lit,' �.v;!l ii,,; t- P> r^i'./.< fcr tkf -v'slJ Pi fit tf (.iriKtid �.*� /�\?i/f.iW/, ivhJy :v..< it!fhj.\i for a 6Ytt* Miwki t, for the Tei n qfptvrttf-i-w e tf.ttf lyfT-h giT Muxlht&4 England f-K^Ns; tt thi Er.Ji <"*T.v), J* ive AV/.*!.-, that tlx f.t-4 L<.ui;m*v :v;'iV; 1 Wi Detv of'Ma'-ck,  t PiVfii." And thy dt further give fiefier, tl:;.t r�v( V*:,v.'.* i'i 'frtisfuv, ufm fheir B*tH&, tir '$4' Jtitte if "fihrtf A�mV /V* -Cwirik frr ilitmtxt, eti thw jhttll heivi Ottufimfir 1 dud that in tvteiviig fittb ftmUrs PrtJtrftKt tw'.'/ t'Siviti to t'\ f> tftft Lhi^Htldtrii Wi.>/ /V"; Vf� �a-k to tonititution �ih *  wnen oeing axiivercti over 10 Xj^^ tht $M,, ^,,,/ fcthen .', w,iexeed\vhqt 0*3h I'f&r* the j iff iiWii/s-di l  nTeifdtrt other-nvifttlmifa exhibiting ftevdt tf the f,tH (.'�/> :ttW tiudxenA'disji to hitxe tit fume tndarfed ft he ri.v.'rtit tiv A'if> of'ihrtt Peundi ptr Centum ftt Anntun, Jiom tht }\Ji ef'ALiteb, andfeiintlt nt Six Mom it Not itt- THE Trteflfes hereby five Ntthr to ttv r>�friett*-k\*f tht Seven per Cent. Sitejiei l.oein, thit they Jfhill give their Attendant* at Garrenvtrft Cojj'te-lhtifc in Rxelnrntt-Atltyi thij J)kJL, the iitjl'mt, eii /sV.wnr o'Clctk in thtftrtmm, in onkOi hn hefort tbtm the Prtfufitim of bh Metjejly tin Ki'tg efprnj/l.l, for the Diftbetrgt 'of the L'lhrrjl tmfftUi* eipeil of the faid Lm-.n. 1 � � ^//K. Iruftt,-j J\r  the SARDINIAN  LO AN \ do hereby give AW/Vf, thot theji.x Msi.tli Jntere/1 tubiei ivifl beeo.'ns due tomorrow, being tht > qib injhmt, ivill b* then p.udat the Dunk vf England, togither tcith heilfof tbtremed** ittg Principal of jkeb Obligation 'whereof 401, ptr Cent, h unpaid. SUCH of the Siibfcriltrs to the hitc ASSOCIATION SUBSCRIPTION for the C*.-��*y cf SUSSF-X  *''V.v 1 lit h'th ivi'iib Placet may be //<' ,m of the M.mijj nan'detitdfetiJI* 11 lilt ion to the faid Sit,', rplion. I'reiiicnrs rff the liov.At. Ar.'iCAN COMPANY   .nc .klli,I  in npot  I l.rir Va nwnittts    1 Fud.iy n-jt, at 1 liicf uVI�,?W Hi lie Aitcin�-n, �t. tht.W.J'lfc* '1 .iVL-rll, Cviiilli)!, 11.' i       ie: 'if a Mc'liii." . !i.^ii u ill ti'i tii 1'iftii, lor |Tu� i,j( \'. In ll.. n K- NillKT aiv' iH'In'ti lo 'jrut,: NwU-,  lluiiiiffi I'ltjUcCc.   'or n;,;l in   RillllltJ'ilf, &. . ill I'll' '�)  ||lu rr.cft   lumoiru>v, the   ly'h  iiiiIj. |i   . .) f.Uiri)iii l il.g v'...| .i ii iji S Scinve on ilie Rnyil l-.i.. i.j!'t�, Iv tu 1'l.iu , V.vJ.-l�, LJI.n.Jl'.*, f... I'M U�i!.>:: iiUcnilcd M.ii uii'ir, vvlid'all ru.ci .ilwi..i. j llut i'urjiLic .uu ilciiifil in iiii'iij. A'. Kbott,    .�r/^nr N�tr, This AdieifilVnHi.t n m i to ! mi'lc. Il n�l |� ii-ntiiuiiA ur rri|inie hiiilie-i NlUlc tn b.: g veil, ui the llull-c* niteling tv.i) IriJjy M^ining .is ulual. ' _ the i l.itoom- lint iKf)   rf.erti 'v> i * 'i  e (evii J i tei  I iC4^n nl tl p .i. im t.i fi  tciiitcr 1747. tn [hi? ijih uf November 1747, will be (laid at ihe K"ii,(  Aims lavi-ii in t.ifubiiiJ.Sitert, uu WciluclUjr licit, the ijtli mil jiit, i\ Nine ii'Cncl. ,'1 the Mum if. Nine, The It cull, will ht at the Ume I'ucc i!ic UconJ WiJntfJjy m cvriy Muinh. I.I,.   Brother Carj>< ntvrs .ukI  fov tiers vt tlie Cay ot l.�nd n, Jn- ih-d.'l 10 locrr xt the Whil� %*.it\ in Wliiie-Fryaii, 4t Sc�en x'eii di il,,:l,ihi if, Kr mw Ui.it v/v*vi and I..itihs. AI' the New   \\\\: -,b\\-Kuu n at the 1 lirec Lainfit in farnev Slrcet,  Wcitii.uiil.-i,   Tomorrow,   teifij me I'jth inrtatii, will iif'_____ A     c.  K A  N  h      li A  1.  f.. The lluuni will be lr.ni'd in j ^rjni) Tjfle tht Illuu lutiuo \tty CHlMvlillillij   fi'/ itli' l''ili'(' lii. h^ili 1 nkcl lull .i t'.uiiu, vvlmli v.ill intuii. Illicit IViliii .ii hit) I'i ii- Uirllei  tc  be lul over >;* oil the Ii i�o I'tiluni, ot una d Uowtn. nt i ii li    .:! Ihc Ouoii i i le tij�eii \ ,i 'f C^llcc  Atl.i  'I tj  vi .'I   I r  < | 1 In-ic w.!l l.< -.  i' i-)' T.cteu   (i   be   hiJ  .    i'.e   I'i Sr. Aibjn'i Strrri j      Mi i ,.i-i m t ; �'. � . .( .Ml. oti..IiiiIj :, i' - I  '    ' . ih  iji '.Jlilen, ii Ml. Hii-!.e'i, ll.r()i)c luul'i, tl.i K k  I iv ri   I .;.<(.- <.  N phi j - I ii i  M.-i.'U. 'he SldcbtJid I nelve. t ,.,1,-e Ih .'e   in i.l'llU. V "hiliMJ.-H ii,    | ov, I .. i!.. MwiuiiI L'ollei nul   tit 
                            

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