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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 21, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The 'XkSly Advertifer. SAT UK.D A Y. oir�iiiii *iv 1749. JIRRIVD, ike Hull MMtet, HiiV from Boilon ; the Grind Alexander, Lasers, from Antigua; the frtofpecl, Madgfon, from Tenerff. Sailed, the Poropey, Burner, for Jamaica ( the Mary, Haden, fur Marfrilles ; the Ncp one. Kno*, for New York, and the Lamb^ Welldone, for Plymouth. Wind Nv N. E. Bktfmff ofm Itttir from AMtriWD^Kf-AutJ OJi. to. � |w Spits Of ever/ Thing that i� interred in (he i Ca�0�, our Advtcci from the North ftill tend to confirm � tte New* �f the ConcIuGon of the Quadra pie Alliance in * tbatPart of die World, and in fo pofitive a Manner, * that theti is Reafon to believe that the Writers of tbc * GtfRttea btve been paid for poblifiiing the contrary Mimnrr*. at will be attOrt&WJ imtba KUl0/dat O7 ft wili b.i die UU rime �TUi* COttfMqr^pwforiBlAS tub Scafcn. *  A| the New \V�IU i, Geod,�aft Kid*, tbii ofofcnt Evening, ayill be feHwra^  mm �mtoiwia. ..alld the Ship-!auftcfcthj|. Of Harlco^ta tafa'd fryer. The who'e to conclude with the Tempt* of Aootto. Singing by Mu� Agnetta aed MMs Jnlctta. Tht sYeittt, Cleathi. Mufiefc, and Occorattoaa ara all ana. To begin at hall an Hour pafl Focr and cod at NHm. Bach Petlon to be dm;red ior u Pint of Wibe or fticfcV Kiibarn Wells. |f> Define of auay Gentlemen *nd Ladies, the Attendance at tbe LoOg Room tad Gardens will beaj ufual. fo long J' tha in* WaotoerAall continue; and all Perfoui (hat citufe to fend there for tht Water* are dcfircd to take printed Ticket* witk k of Mra. Aldridgc, who La� the Care ol the Room and WeUf. Good old Glonceficr ihireCbttft an td.�Poond,ot 261. $d. at ad..|*Potdtd> or **� 64. � SomePeople look upon this Alliance at~a fure and in- � Hoad^fitJLWafcjr.. �;�4.,f .*m*. Of ��;       *M&BU*'mB~U+ -the Peace of tbtAWi Hundred. ^^^f^^�S^'^:J^A  bor thtW�rr�tti*�of SaUe dilftrcnt Senium*., and m�daoon, ate fold byRkhwd Sherater. in the U�d-  tbefe preteSoVt^t�** Afi�ait�4o QyaOion may pt>�bly AH*/, L**aj wcteatVr^  6a dte ^rce, iod wilt gitfe OcCaibh to ve.y great � Dlfhribaticc*.   The Reafon Of their alled^ingtbuis, ! IV b* fold at: the  >H dt^ls BoW � � Coiiaitidfl of ndk only giving Law ,n the AV/�. b4F f A? ��ft. �f t'jlfo in all tkrepti from whence they inf r, naturally    *'*!.h,?n.!:A"'Ar' �i~ eh'oogii, that the Powers o� the oppt,fitt S;da will ��t fail wthdeavcur to bring about other Alliances, in order ^ to txranterbalance that ol Frame and her A1!;*k; f�"'m aH -*.#hkh h*s concluded, that thefe different Alliances will * Weofibly draw Europe into frdh Trouble', which will � probtbly in the End break out into an open War. � People begin again to talk of the Eltvtion of a Duke * Of (Sa^ttavr*; bat that b not the Thing about which a * QikrreT wjll beftto in the North. ; 4  OurlaJt Advices from Paris intimate, that thkKing Of * frank foams to take a ftr-tog Fancy to Travelling, and a to nakc tte Tour of hit Kingdom, efpeciall/ of alt the * Kfarftua: l*rovihces.   His M-j'sfty his bet*nn b/ vuiti^g * folieof the Ports of Xorimmly, nainrly, Dhfr,. Htrvrt de * Grw e, opon'.rc- * eflabiUhiHg her Marine.  Advice* jail itcncd here from C !uniUi tlurr, * pfOve whit ha� been innnna:ed in a forjier Lettvr, that * the Oittm.i.t Parte M not. iu a 8irua�ion to �:vc Trouble. * withSucc�i>, tot c Repoferf Ch ideodom.   it l.o*cvir * rcmaitu true, tr.at tt.e CJianl YifciKhu* nude a haug!>t/ *,�tcTfair��ii.h~ t" the Ri it      01 P^tfvJi C-aJimti^fL^ upo.l * the SVcjett cf t!.c AlV-iri of the farrh.' J.      O      N       DON By the Bromhy Ca.lfe. Capt. Brown, and the Porto Bello, Capt. Either, arriv'd in the Da^iii from Edit IndU. Se^ci* ao Account tLat * Country IV/.ding Si�*p. v*�h j7 jndj on .board, was taken by the Dutch, who k L'  a.i llie Ptop.V oil boaul except ov.c, who had got to li-u.bay. TheTScourt, Pierce, and the AJm>at Vernon. Lojk, both failed li0.11 ll4;�vja for Cltina tr.e �lt of M.>y. They write froai Wcyinouih of the iSih u.fian-, that-the Monday before arrived 111 Portland Roaii-itf?       ft*'� SloopKing-i ifttcr, Capt. lidivard*, and brought in �v�:h bona Gucrnfey Saiug^'m^ Vclf.t, �v..i:b h- in;t wuli 01F ihW Co*il near the i>iarr, hanng on b arj -oo ltd?4& Bob% and cut Peruke*, of any Colour?, made :li of Hairs, and in. tlte neweft and genteehrit ---------, likewife-a convenient fort of Rid'ng Spring P�- ri.kcs.widi ftron�.E�retop�. that will neither fall nor fepa* rite i, s'l which wii) be fold ch�:te�j i-.s* t 8th a : 7j|9. per vV�r. 1;.   liit-o  747, \%b f ! -\> Hank ^Atinui-. i< 6 7 gtU�.  Three in..' .S' .1 vv- Cent. sS. a Bank  Si. HI   l-f.  6 *y 17? Ann .:.��!, rza 1 S pcror's '.can, "a Price.   l-*;'r        i Circulation, n;>  ''rice   - l �  Tht*� per Cent. Kjt*i><-c; �-t  rd�-r*_, Ti-is Day h palmOSd, ( I'rn c ny Tr�a� r.r Ontetn umH tic t.w� .� "      -,>.> 1 �>*�, *rn^ri;( j om u"iw   I. 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