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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 19, 1749, London, Middlesex                                iThe Daily Advertlfen THURSDAY,  October i9,   1749. iff kiss AME down and fatted, the Coa-llaat John, Orenlby, for Havre de Grace ; and the Lampjfofd. Conner, from Antigua, for the River. No Ship* in the Downs. Wind W. N. W. An ExfrixB of Jt Letter from a foreign Minijitr at tbt Ha cue, dot* A Odober 10. * Some T*>�e �go we had Advice from the S'crtf-,  that a Quadruple Alliance wu concluded  between  Trance, Sturden, Pntjjia, and Draxe&tk.   It has fmce b�n  (aid, that this was no new Alliance, but was oatjr ihc  Acceflion of the King of D.Kvttvk to the Definitive Treaty  concluded in the Year 1747 between Sz-ud-n and Pntffia.  and to which Franee, a luiL: Time afterwards, acceded.  Though tl.11 News wi> genera!!) believed, as it was  fuppolcd to come from gooii Hands, yet we have been  informed from Cofxxbag*n, that Wit. de RorfF, Minifler  from the Court of ��jr*.;,  having,  by Order of the  Emprcls his Sovereign, dti&arcdcd of ttc Co-art of Dtn-  mirk an   Fdairefileanenl! in RcTpccTr *tb the  Report  which had been ipread of the Accefilon of the King of  Dastnark to the abavc Treat/, the Baron de Schilling, ' prime Mmitier to that Prince, anfiver'd the Baron de  KorfV, by hi' Majefly's Order, That he might fend to his  Court and aifurc the Emprefaliis Miflreis, ar.d whomfocver  elfc he. flioil I  'hint: T�'?ffr> that, the Kurg of Z)j  had not acceded, nor ever would accctc 10 the Treaty  in Queifion. This Declaration appean very pofiayc; *' but it however fcarcely quiets the* Mmd'Jof thotc who  ate fearful of fuch an AcceiEon. which will undoubtedly  be very diiagrvcAblc to fume oiher Powers. Now as it's ''yery certain that the Treaty of SuhiWy between France  and ttenmetrk has been renewed, there arc many People � who believe, and fay with great Affuiar.cc. tfcr.t force  Articles or Claufes have been inferted therein, s-hich a>c  equivalent to an Acteffian for maintaining the Peace and  Tranquility of the Nartl\ in the Senfc, and to the Liking  of the Courts of lre>fiii.'es, StSclbilm, and Prtt:a.    This  it not very improbable, as the French Min.fcy w  dd  certainly expeft the Court of Denmark, upon renewing  this important Treaty with it, to comply in forr>? -'  with their Demands.   Though the King of Fmr.  length nominated an Amb-iTaJor tot^is Repur-i .  yet continues feme Matter of Diftord between  Powers.* Ycfterday arrtv'd a Mail from Fmici Paris A-ia-iemn, O&Ser z\.   M. de la \ alette is ap- Cintcd to fupply the Place of Intendant of D�j >n, iv.i.n . de St. Cornell hid, who is to go AmbafTaJcr tiom the. King to the Su:es Gcrcral of the United Piovluce^. The Sentence of the Chatelet, which condemned the Affaffinator of the Curate of St. John de Latcran to be broken upon the Wheel, was confirmed by the Parliament or the zad, and that Criminal was executed Ycfierdiy at Che Greve. The King went the aid from Fonrainebteau to Choify, accompanied by the Dauphin. Hi* Majciiy came Ycftcr day to Verfalllcs to fee the Dauphin* fs. and dined a�d flipped with that Printefs, and returned af:er Supper to Choify. The King is expelled atf&ntainebleau Tomouow Evening. They write from Genoa W the 1 }th of this Month, that the Count de Macltvner, Minitlc; Plenipotentiary from the King of Prance to the Infant Don Philip, arrived there Lift Monday Evening there was a very magnificent Firework dlfpUy'd in the White-Conduit Fields. Which concluded with two 50 lb Sky-Rocket* j one made by Meffiean Clandfield and Cletherow, Engineers to Cupcr's Gardens, and the other by a Jew Gentleman in Devon-(hire-Square ; both of them fucceeded much bcf.ond the Expedition of feveral ingenious Gentlemen who were pie fent, being thelargcll that ever were made, to filtered, i� the Memory of Man. andtherehy met with the AppK-u f-> of more than fen thoufand Spectator*, Ur furpalhng any thing of the Kind ever exhibited in any Part of Europe, not excepting Italy. Yefterday fifteen Malefactors were executed at Tyburn, purfuantto their Sentences, Wilfon having been icpnrved Mr. Sheriff Janflcn, holding his white Wand, and fur rounded by his Officers, attended the Execution on Horfr-back.   Though fome Tumult was e.xpcclcd, on account of the two unhappy Rioter m the Surgeons, behaved towards him with all imaginable Refpecl. � und in that way ab.'Ut two Months r.go; tha; the ilricteft Search has been made for the inhuman Mothers, but to no Purpofc. !     Tiicy write from Air, that betwixt 3 and 400 Boats arc j employed there in the Herring i'idling, but that they e�m-j plain of the Take's not boiug fo C'iod as formerly, though mt-y hzd already taken cocfidt-rable Qwantitics. \Yc hear that a Treaty of Marriage is agreed to betwixt tl.c Kig'-it H:udurable the Karl 01 Oa!c�rrn�. and Mil^ Arac i.)ilrMnp'r, Uaughur of the d^cc.'^^'d Sir Robert Dairymnle, Bjrf.':-- A>i^.;/�, Oc'skx- 19. Wc the abjeft and diftoofoUtc Debtors in the Common Side, return our null finrert.- r.nd ttcaity Thanks, to �-worti)>'unknown Lady, for aCaiuuea put into ihc Begging Box Ycl'erday, incite\1 in a Piper; and alfo to an unkumvn lienefuitor, lor li U a Guiuca put into the Box the fame Pay ; which wcie equally ditlii-buted by our Stewarvl. A moll IrafonabU- Relict to a g'cat Number of the mofl ditlrefs'd -Mem!*. The Evening l.cvlurc tliat ufed fo be at Sr Stephen's, Coleman Street, u rnuov'd 10 St. Alphage, Lord rdiing the People's Sati�4'a/iion in what hai bern f*id of a very worthy Gent'einjn inVVales d-.itas'd; a-viJ during, what hat This Day is pHbtijb'dy (Ptict bound t s. 6J � Ttt Ftu^tt) EJit/an, with iwg* AJJit'it*i nxd Alt,\,1 tit i, , A Coiiipkrw Guide to all Pcrlbns who luv /V iny Trad* or Ounttrn With th* Ci'� of l.t)N'H>M, �nd �3't�wnt} ton'sminj, l. Th* Nxitin of ill \ht Sinus, S^uJf �. I.�n��, ttc. in the UJ Ci't. snd within th� B>ll of K! m�lur a. Tffe Nim� p�i�i*� Halls, �re. wuh-n th� h\ii lli.l of Mi'f a'ilT. J. An At ouht o!' til �> St�r*.Co�c>wd, l\�riifrt, Ac. whew ih�> frn, tni when th�y out. 4. Th* K�tr* of -Wjt�rmen, HscWnry 0>�ih"��, Chilrmtn. Cs�mfn, nd l'ort*r�t of th- C!*>��!-Toft rrnd ISn>�\-Pi-rt Otfi.Vi. �h�rt Irtpt. and to whit I'bir? they lVn ni HU�� cf Aho.1* 0' the turO tmlnent Meitlaiit* u\i 'frlJe;* in ��J abnut Uin4�n. 6. I'frful r�M�t, which rticw itm V�R�� of �ny Qjlintity W C)oiv(�, ftnm one F�rthitia to tweivv leven SSillingt.'. 7. I �M*� ef lot*r-i>, intm o^e Ojt to twelve M>m h*, �nit ftntn 11, to 10041, it Three, t hf�* snd > hilf, Ktutt, �nJ Five ucr Cent. Heine �h� t��rt�ft I'irte ol thr Kiitf h'thtrt > luiMiiherf \ �n.i ii:fijrifj foe lilt Uteot' Flrf.'MI of all l>crer*, �< w]\ N' f/ii�g Sit Myt/!/t NaVf � jt^/iy iW'V'-, tbai cn tt'cJt.jUty the 9tit if Nw:trtrntxt% in iht ttr.nrz.ip they jhull bt rt, 4* � 31  '9s-_________ tor      the      r   1*. "li   r   11, By f-n Mujtfif's Rvy,/ Lttteri I'.it.nl ; GRliliNUUdH't   Tm^tircs. The oae of wljch |�rfritjy Cjtct ihc A'.o'vjr in the r�.T�, fiflnu i.ij ptc/crvTj itTe'lEETH, i.iidni ihrrn ji.J liri'iiifii, prewents their littjyi*?, and keep* lut li ,i ,ir ^rc�y'd tion> brorumg woi^r. T.x- uthei, tcu Curing ilteTOtJ I II AC'H, file* ti'f-nttcw Mijvjim, *aJ in * lnttt Time perfrfljjr twci 11 , ocnwhrn moll ,iulio>. Soid only by J Newbcrv, ar lt>* |>ibkr ,nl Sun nr,i thr Clupt-r-ttoufe m M. Paul't t'tiaicli-Vara , u.J b> the Atnhor, T. (itcii.^h, Apo'.krciry, ncu St. Srpulcurt't Church, jau�JIi.l, Lundon, fnee |i. Ga try  .i �) li, ul Uurctium may be h,J m Ficach, Uuun,   uih�K Li�(i.j(r. The Virtore of thcfi TirStX-ti 4.* lau well known t.i (We Nohihty �n4 Ceniry (�n *d to th� War!.' i.i (cnrrjl] to netJ tnj tjrtl.cr Kcuiu-:n�b-at'oo in ihii H�,t��. Tunny llijaL*, Loudon, VJilubtr 14,  1749. NO I JCE li   h:teby   �'\.o nut exceed\vbat/ball tt jtjjiimit, and tbul tbe faint U tendered on or btfirt tbt ji/f ^liay of OSlohtr ne.\l ; euid the Court ef Dileihri do btreby further detlare, tL.I tbe^ nxill n.'i admit of twyTvidtrt other-�i^tle t ban bt exhibit ing ftvudi of the find Company, andanflHting It baiit tbt fume , ndorfrd to bt mnt.nucd at the Halt of Tbrtt Poundi per Ctiitiim per A'tn.tm, fiom tbt }\fl of Mtiltb, 17JO, and payable at .yiX Montbi Notice. _      _ London Hnfpiial, Goodman's Fields, October 17. 1749. AA'j' Pirlim 'Uilling to felt tbti Clarify witb li.,lltr and C.hr-.'c to Midfumtner next, may detivtr in Propojedt an , u. .! � >.,\t, at El.'iii o'CInk, t> I't HoufiGntnmilttit; �//,./ /./ /".' mean ll'.ie 7;.iy br i'lfuii/i'd of the CouiititM and P..,:. .!.�>> /-> tin /'* "J ''''' '*>'�'>       d ft the Hofii/j/,'_ 1'*HK L'rr li-tors of the Royal African ' l'  r tu*, at  rhif- i- riuvK hi t'.c a'tain 'on, �i >r\ Tav'rni, Coii-h l!, t', . �nl�l�t � * KU-'.vl "J, , w.il t!..�. If p-.�p..|*.| to tlictii, in' |>i wn� 1I1.-1 f.'.-l.is, 111 m.'ti i' Ik Ijiu li-itue 1',/luniitPt in rht: dVj.iiu .'k  �f   l.e cntri A �|.wii at K"nr asaftly.'. I CI- is par.y *)f h U Fv-iry f/.ivtn Ui.r,!'c OHiCits urd MjjHly 1 ll>mli VtfTrl th� Cartaf:, (S*t thty Mr. ftiiiL.^ i, ilie SI ij> 111 tho I'iuJwi-Rou/, nc ./'Clock hi tin kcttftnoiv), oa Ij^-imI Arljm; ai..l t|;'if: ul the Lyn'-,   Lii'i^mI,   Pofllllion Xclftk, 4.1.1 Crunff Scrice, v  M   I'KIV A Tl'-. 1*: R. OTICF. is ticrrhy (jive'n, ihit a Puklcrrl of it' Frill of r'�c i't re. liken hf r\,f Sj.'tjfli I'uvnetr, ticorjie f'w ii>ii ajdc/, doting hci lall C"4i��, r'i ill the III o( -Septfmbcr !0 ir.c, 15U1 ol Nivcn.bt/ 1  47-, *il| t/- }� J it ill*. K'ii{('< Ann. I avern 111 ni-anl atrrtr, 
                            

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