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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 25, 1749, London, Middlesex                                r The Daiiy \V E D NES D AY,  October 25.   1749� ,   Ofilter 2$. '�� ii hi") the I'orrr>ry. Burnet, for i*ri..u.j ;   the  Bolton.   Stamper, :r -iii Malaga, for the River.   Re-the P.ac of Cumberland, -for MariciMes.   Wind W. Yclrrday arrived a Mail from ] rasoe. Porn A-la-main,03oher 27 They write from Genoa of the  6th, that it h/d L^t--. 'oi,� bclicyid thit the Infanta Diuchefs of Parma, w-'m- ' "he W.llern Seftti ; but as the Harbour of .r.a; r'"-: i* uioally dangerous to enter at this Scafon of the Vcn, u is probable that ftte will be obliged 10 land at this t isy. where, in Spite of any Incognito tb*jt (he may take upon her, the Republic* is rrfolved to give her Royal HighncU all the Marks of Diftioaion. There has yet been no Mrans found out for reftoiing the Credit of the Bank of.,,St. George, ibe Funds being abfolutely cxhauftdcL The new Regulation for the Affairs of Corfica is intirely ftnilhed, but it is not certain whether it has been yet fent to Mr. Curfay i It makes a very large Volume, which has been read to the College, and the little Council,- and has, we arcalTurcd, been approved by them, except in fome Particulars winch arc of very little Confequencc : It is believed they will fpecdilf-be-figned by the Republick and Mr. Chaovehn ; it will afterwards be printed, and fent to Mr. Curfay. Tho* the Intention of the King has not been fully anfwered, yet it ha* nothpen cflentially changed ; but, not-tyithftanding, thefe lilandcrs are obftinatcly ben; againft returning under the Dominion of the Genoefe. The Duke of Richmond fet out laft Saturday for Bruflels, where he will Hay fome Days, and will afterwards go to Calais io order to embark for England. Naples. Sift. 30. Cardinal Cofcia, 00 his Disagreement with tl/- Court, having had Rccourfe to the Ecclcfiaftical Immunity at Rome, and thereby endeavoured to breed a Coolnefs between the King and the Pope, his Majefty, on the 23d inftant, caufed the Delegate of the Jurifdittion td' intimate to the Cardinal, that though he had abnfed his Moderation and Clemency, he would for this fecond and laft tunc pardon his Dilobedicnce; but that, if his Pro-cMdagr mould occafion the leaft Inconvenience between the two Courts, the King would immediately proceed againft kim, by fequellring his Effccls, without admitting any Excufe. The Delegate was charged likewife to intimate to the Cardinal, that he mull acknowledge this Insinuation, and canfir it to beregifter'd iarbia Office, and to fend a Copy to the Secretary of State's Offifee. Jtome, Odoher^.. On the 2id uit. the Venetian Ambaf-�sdor had a publick Audience of Leave of the Pope, on his bring recalled : Upon this Occafton he was prcfentcd by thePopr, as ufual, with the Body of a Saint, a Pitture in Tapefb v, and two Bafons of Agnus Dei. .   L     O     N      DO     N. Extraff of a Lrtt�r from Barbados, dated July 24. * The Schooner that went to Tobago is return'd, and ' figra, tbcFrench refufe to leave it: It's evident they don't ' intend to give it up; fioce a Hag of Truce from'Mar--tiriico", which touched here laft Week, had feveral Fami-4 lies c� board, bound thither -, for which Place Conuno-* dorc Holbum fails as this Day.'  Letters from Chcbufto mention, that five or fix French Families have drove away their Cattle, burnt their Houfes, and moved out of the Province, rather than fubmit to the Briufti Government; and it was expected feveraL others won'd follow their Example; and that a Patty of French ^ud Indian*, at or near Canfo, have taken a Vcfl'cl, Beatb, Mailer, bcloiging to Boil on in New England. A Letter from B�-.badoe�, dated the 22d ot July, mentions, that they had a.fmall Shock of an Earthquake on the 19th, at half an Hour after Three o'clock in the Morning, which laflcd about a Minute and a half. On Sunday died in an advanced Age, at his Houfe in the City of Oxford, the Hon. Matthew Skinner, Elqj Chief Jufttceof Chelter, one of the Welch Judges, Recorder of Oxford, and Preraier Serjeant. Wc hear he will be Succeeded as Chief Juftice of Chcftcr, and a Welch Judge, by William Noel. Efq; one ol his Majefty's Council, and Member of Parliament for St. Maw's in Cornwall. And as Premier Se'jcant by Mr. Serjeant Prime, now Second Seijcant On Monday Night died, at his Apartment in Grefliam College, George Ncwland, LL. D. Profcliur of Geometry in the laid College, and Member of Parliament lot Gaiton in Surry. Lilt Thurfday thew Right Rev. the LotJ Biftiop of E'y, Matter of Cams Collcy.e in Cambridge, and Vili^r of Sr. John's of the fame U.iiverflty, decided the Controverfy 10 long depcuding between the llev. Dr. Kuthcrforth and the Rev. Dr. Burton, both Senior Fellows o> M J-jhn's College, for the Living of Barrow, near Bury St Edmund'*, Suffolk, worth zoo I. i,er Ann. which he �-ve in lavour �f Dr. Rutherfortb. The Rev. Mr. Thongs Somers. Feilotv ol Magdalen k College, is tniiitutcd by the Lord Bu'dop ot Oxford into the Reclory of St. James the M*uri in L'ireiiccllei, void the Reugnation of the laft Incumbent. His MajtHy has been pleaded 10 grant unto George Mackenzie, Elq; late Earl of Cromcxtic. the Sum of 5^1- per Aim. 0ut of bis foifeucd Lltaies in Scotlaud, for the Maintenance of his Family i and to fertle the rell of the Money ariuug by ike Sale t/f his faid JclUttj upjn hU ChUdren. Lieutenant Aikinfon, of* Col Hcibert's Regiment of Hot, is appointed a Captain in me laid Regiment, in the �oom of Capt. Glover, dcceaicu 1 here is a^ Ac^unt, iiat Cupi nUlk:, C\>mmaadci of his Majefty"s Sloop the Ouer, died at Somh-Caro'inafonv Time agb; and that Lieutenant Kearney fucceeded hm as Commander of the faid Sloop. Yellerday Morning arrived in Town fome of the Big-gagc of the Spamth AmbafTador, who is expcAed at his Houfe in Solio-Square in a few Days. Or. Monday Hie Ships Companies of fome Men of War presented a Petition to.the Commiflioocri for" d�tcr mining Prize Caufcs, fettthg forth the HarJihip* �h�y labour under through the Delay in the Payment of thru Prize-Money j and received for Atifwcr, that thofe Far ticulars were under ConliJeration, and that a Ditlribution would be made in a few Days. The Porcupine Sloop of War, lying at Dcptford, ti put into Cotnmiffion, and the Command given 10 Capt. Campbell. Sunday next being the 19th of October, Lord Mayor'* Day will be. kept on Monday, with the Formalities agreeable to anticnt Cuftom. Yellerday was married at Alhallows Church, London-Wall, the Rev Mr. Samuel Brewer, Diffenting Miniller at Stepney, to Mid Woolmer of Shadwell, a young Lady too well known and too much cfteemed to need any Imbellifliments upon her Character. On Monday died the Wife of Mr. Underwood, an eminent Jeweller in Noble-Street, and one of the Common ttc Ward. ic6 7 8ths a j 4ths. Three f*r C*a�. A-^awt. tct � 8th at 4th.   Rvynl AirMMnce, ^ �kWX    Scirr>gtce ent. Emperor s Loan, no Price. !W fw Cent, dteav no Price Bank Circulation, �1. �7�. fel. a si. leftas ^cmit, 3I. 171. a 18s.   Three per Cea;, Exchesfscv Oracrs, I Dilc. ' x~ On Monday Night lalt died at his Chambers in Thavics Inn, Mr. John Hawkes, an eminent Attorney. Laft Week the Affizes ended at Ely, format Ifle, held before Mr. Counsellor Pont, Recorder uK Cambridge, Chief Juflice of the Ifle of Ely, when the fix following Ciiminals received Sentence of Death, viz. John Jackets, alias Vickers, for the Murder of his Wife s Amy Uutchiufon, not above fevemeen Years of Age, for poifoning her Hulband j Richard Sturges and Henry Cox for Horfc-flealing , Robert Brown for Sheepftealing 1 and John Beachum for breaking open a Houfe at Manca in the Ule, and Healing a Gun, &c. The four laft were reprieved before the'Judge left Ely t and Juckers, alias Vickers, and Amy Hutchinfoa, are ordered for Execution, the laft of which is to be burnt alive at a Stake. We from Ireland, that Sir George Kimberlin died lately at his Seat in St. johnfton'a, within five Miles of^Derry, whofe Death is very much lamented,- he being a "good Mailer and a good Landlord 1 and he has left 5001, upon his Eftate for the Ufe of poor Widows and Orphans, and 1000 1. for the. Support of the Blue Boys HofpUal in Dublin. That family uxjetinct except Elizabeth Watfon, who it under Sentence of Death in Newgate, London, for . returning from Tranfportation 1 fliort Time before her (even Years cxpir'd. Fhis unfortunate Woman's Hulbaod's Children come in for the Eftate in her Right. She came of the belt Families in that Kingdom, tho' fo unfortunate. Her.Father lefrher a large Fortune, but fhc w.�s kept out of it by ill-natur'd Friends, which was the Occafion of all her Misfortunes. A Gentleman in this City has taken up the ElUte, in order to fupport this unhappy Woman a Family. Laft Friday Lieut. Carr, and .Mr. JollifTe, a Hatter, oa the Point at Portfmouih, having fome Word", agreed to go out of the Town and decide it by boxing, where the Lieutenant got the better of him ; they afterwards w. >t. into the Two Blue Ports in that Town, cah'd for a Room, and agreed to fit Knee to Knee, and have another Battle j wherein Mr<*jolliffe was fo feverely beat, that he died of the Bruifcs the next Morning  V!if> Agnetta and Mifs Julctta. The Scenes, Cloaihs, Muikk, flflil Dtcorationi aie all new. To_b_�giaAtJialf an Hour pall lour and end at Nine. Each Pcrlou to be admitted lor a Pint of Wine or Punch. (jrcat Variety of all Kinds of ufeful and ornametal (econd-hand Plate and Watches, at Prices extremely low 1 alfo much Choice of large and fmall new Plate, dialed and pJaiti, finidicd by the belt Workmen, and in the molt elegant Talle, lor Exportation or otherwife, continue to be fd?d at Mr Stafford Biifcoe's old Shop, the Corner of Friday Street, Chcapfidc. the Golden Ball only, who yivei a> ulua} t|ie molt Money for Quantities of old Plate, Watches, and Jewels, and for fuch a' are pawned._ High Water at London-bridge tint Day at zb Mm.uUs after 10 in the Morning, and 52 affer 10 at Night Bank Stock was 13U 1 4th. ln>U" -uotk ih-Sea Stock, 115. Ditto Old Annu.tip, 10H. Ditto Ncsv, 106 3 8th�. Bank Annuities 1 ,-46. 10^ 3 4th�. Ditto 1/47, 106 5 4ths. Ditto Lottery 1747. i^S 3 -i1"'-Bank (Anntnuci >7\*t io(> 7 dibs a 3 41b,   Ditto 1 >i * *f      X*** fnt*J*rt Biltt ngifttrJ'krt  .lasjrs cmtj tie /#'�:; >� order tt*i thfir Ptrfutr tdkr omfm^fJif tis fixid Bills, may �V/�f thin ftt6itOjfitrm est*^^tmJSot' Poymmt tstttrdingty. Navy-Offce^ O&a&rr 19.        W T//fi Prinxijol Ogktrt *ki-Cmmjfiumt* tf *niL**f* Navy dt Strdjtgpvt A'stVtv, �Asf aw tfMa�fi^s iml&. <,of Ncwmkr *rxt, at Vr* a'CuiH r� th' Afsnswg, "t$^ v.sZ- %. ready to trt�t tvitk fitth Ptrfms  iff jt tfHant tuith the Inttrtft dttt thtnem, a� arsaV tint* Jit& pofftf'td vf tbt faid Bills may eVaf t*em t* tMsiUgkr 4* eV ttffigted fit Payment. :\" * '        VICTUALLING OFtiCE. atfe*** ��. tj|S|. THE Gsmmiffiwert fcr f'ui*.i&xg fit M^t^yM Aa�i� grvt Kttit*, that m Fridetf mrxt,     ajjsfe **J**tT �w fir. Fortmon, tiny fixdl bt rea.fy te 0 /* tfcki&i&-Bi$&&vm*t Lots affirvittulle Be*/\ Park, Hats. Crnrm**. fSm^'^fM^laai Serd, old ftr^ktablt Baft ami tii^-ils^vmd tecs*. <0Uf foreign Butt Sta-vts i aifo jam* dteoy'd Bt*f, FvJr. W, Xgtf, BnadDuJl, Flour, P^y't, Ottrxtal, pfew/i-, md'mt&mgo �sss\ Rngs 1 and alfo fimt old wtfirviauiiie Bate, ft�(e4s��� ttpBmi Stoves, and Butt Bunt Sttovu, tmf     *r�r-�-au^ trm Hoofs, and alfo fome Mifs Cam and S*tt tmmf*, &m*g m Hot Stores tf this OJue at To-ivofr-HiM. ami �fc iEirsfiv* Mw�-:. houfe, and Rcdboufe at DZpfordL All tkt afittfad Particular* aasjr It  fat. LnlsL*->uIL~, H^t.^Xjtnr, Ncivgate, and Fleet, either t!y Tti*5r taptjau*, or t-jti- Morbtt diftinitly andfefarately, -with ailthfetf*. StadSi. amd jgjpenr-nances thereunto bchnging, ( uhith are man*, cm thedgfs t�jtdt> for the Te^n of twenty-one Ytart. And at the Jume'lime   of Ground nair Leadenbuil, tthteb        ateemtlJ ptr a *Sfww Market, for the Term oj'tnxtnty-time or fixty-amtTrjn*. __D    SEAMAN:.  Cmujers&r. * Eaif-Imita. Houtev Airxwif 0 HE   Gurt  tf   Di>,ehn *f the C,s~*� Mtribttiiti  af Engltnd trading tt emir  �^i-SaUUO. jt� her,by gi-ve Notice,  that the fa:J dtjnymti VLt^i. am eir O..y,of March,  1750. p.ty and dijlhcrjt        F-'imiyad Sdhwey and Interfj? that Jba.'lbe then J�t jn the f�&4 &uuftJb�o ffsnui.. And they da further gi-je Sodce. th-Jt eke C*u*m*� ~fijtjiawr xull receive Tenders f�r ienattji rhu tM/nftueyjirnib$ttb*� ^"Mt.-my upon their Bonds, -it th/ A.'.�.v af'fS-te Piaml, jr.- C �a'j.w per Annum, ui ihey jhtJl i^v> ()itu>inm['�* ; mJ:1-^i i� fmh I jndtrsPi efeimce ici-l 2,^/-t.'/i ;� eh* ]re; i*w h mte js^iuJ vi�u&f?~*j Jit fifftitnl, and thus thef*mt bt ten.L'e.1 vt w tnfmm tit af Oilober next; oud the Cemre f DereSruet 4� herskm further declare, that they mitt mat Jtit-ne^f s*p"t*mvr3 etonr-ivife ibonby exhibiting Band} ef thtfatJt Cairff^sn. mai^ntlsaexng to hove toe fame endsrfid tt to tontwmd at tie Rett mf 23*m Ptundi per Centum fer Anntem, fens eh* j�;t  tt rA. P'OtnJ fir. a- i |*^"SW-r. by^tpplying to Mr Hcraf, *i A�r/..* Jtr .# a* tAr iJW*,uttm Liindbn, or Mr. Michel!, .<' '  �'��    aj* :*3 * Ur t F ii*e Ai//r, Their useohlj M.i.:mgi   

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