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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 26, 1749, London, Middlesex                                T H U JR frJ>*AV�, Q.c�ttKit.f�^-i'?^ Dent, OBcUr 24.        * AME down, the Tryton, Jolly, for Taiky j the.�oung William, Tew,' far Antigua j _ the Don Carlo*, Friend, for Cadiz; and failed,, with the Duke of Cumberland, Higgin\ and the Neptune/, Popleton, both for Marfeillct. Wind Weft-North Weft. yefterdiyarriv'diwo Mails from Hollahd and one from France: Gthrtiltcr, Stff 12. TfacGarrifon of this Place has been 4bf (ofee Time paft in great Diltrefs for want of Provrfions, the Plague Which rages in Africa, and the Opinion which the Spaniards entertain, of our holdjot � Correfppfdence. Wfm the CoalLof Barbary, having induced them to cat IMF their Communication with thii Place. General Bland; In order to remove all Pretexts of this .Kind, has ordered, that no VelTel that comes from the Goaft of Barbary (liili be admitted into this Port $ but* this Prohibition has not yet caufed any Alteration in the Meafurea/taken bytlfe Spaniards, m(ho have placed Guards at allpe Avenues to itbit Fortrefs. and taken up feveral Perfons who attempted to bring in Provifions.  Four Portaguefe Vcffels were lately . -i     ,�---------�^-1 1. .1., pt.n.|.t , Qaaber 16. A Courier is juft arriv'd from Madrid, with Advice, that upon the Demand which the Chevalier de OtTorio made of the Infanta Dona Maria Antoinette in Marriage for the Duke of Savoy, his Catholick Majclly declared, that this Alliance was extremely agreeable to him, and that it was with Pleafure he confentcd to it. The Mar' qofc de la Chetardte, Ambaffadorfrom France, is expelled here in four or five Days, and 'tis faid that that Miniller, and that of Spain, wiU foon fign a Convention with the King"s~Minifters relative to the Affairs of Italy.  1 Gam, OQober 13. They write from Naples, that the Iking of the Two Sicilies ^bad all on a fudden fufpended the Reform of his Troops,'' and that Orders had been dri> fatch'ed to fortify the CJf^'ofPeftara and fome other /aces of the Kingdom. F/trrtct, Qtloher 11. We are allured, that the Negociation for a Treaty of Commerce between the Court of - London and that of Turin is entirely broke off, and that in Con-fcqeence thereof his Sardinian Majc'fty had fufpen,ded the Work of making a Road over the Mountain, deTonde. Which bad been undertaken for the Convcniency of Commerce. Leghorn, OSobtr 10. According to Letters from Malta, the Hot lately difcover'd the.ro has made the Grand Mal\cr of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem think it ncccflary to form a Guard for h:i Pe fori and hi* Palace. This Corps is toconfiti of $00 Men, under the Command of a Knight of the Order, who is to be Colonel of it. We learn from Lerici. urion tl:e Eaibrn Coalt of Genoa, that ihioe Venetian VefTcls appeared the 3d inltant off that Port, but that it was thought proper to refufc their Entrance, becnufc they came from the Levant, and were therefore apprehended to have the Hague on board ; b^t that the Cornniiffarie* of the Lazaretto had fent an E 'be mean time, the rcfpcdive Powers k�rp themltlvcs in Rcadincls to act iu calc ol any unforeseen Event. to repair and Augnieni tfca (forlib'cattoiis oT Peterwartdtfi. J Olmuia, and of hsvtrelotbtt PU��s) but ptlneipeliV tbofe  � ready to fulhl her Engagements witit ^ ^Bits, all .the Rrgimeno; , are ordtr'd, to *e completed, M ptrtictlUrly thofe iiat ] it&'tiMl i^:l>iilerWei od the *Bwp of BkMUtdt are qusrter'd iKIh^Heredkiliiry betwe�n the Blcclor of wvarta,an4 have been amIcsbly accortornodattd; _j&#A, Qflobtr tf. *. Mbi^'^bes. not yet ciiwlatc among the Publick, uMtt.ftc^mint of the Sesrcity of the old Coin. Ttofe wli Ita^'anyw'^ t� make .thcirjtymeutfcbnid; �t4 Jajt t|�t^jWV*void the Lofs nienty, and we hor�c\to fucceed ih it; In the meanTimr, a greit Qyantity of riew Money is coining, an,d will foon be diilributed. HagH?, QAtbtr 30.  The Letters' which artivM this Day from Vienna tdvife, that the Stares of the DutcHy ofJ Wettnar tltftlte a Difficulty of patting with their young Duke, to be brought up at the Court of Saxe Gotha, by Vertue of the Conventlori lately fign'd, and that the Eni- rettirn,^itf $acer� and hearty Thanks to o�r �akH�wii JkYRCia^iar^ior jat Pcao) Uo4vc� gietn t� o�t Kttper for: oltr Relief, much *>c t* be given ni twioa � Wtfk. . On $uird*/ftrxt twiartikwny SerWtws wtllfw prtaeh'd; Jt theParlllt Church of Wai�df*,urtk ift Sti^ry, fOrtKeB�M�t of tmVCWWrtnof t'e FretSthool. there; that in the Motn-in^ by-the.Rev. William Herrimatt, D D,*and that im-tfc* Atternoon b>* th*Rtv> Mr Nowel, oiClaoham.  r Wafes > aid that AfterAbou by -he !Uv John Doughtv." M.A. Minifterof Stv jartea Clerkettwell. "* ""       f ' ..."  � To'treniier a Paper, a Print,� Pamphlet, or� Mirakkrf, Ac.niore rvhMrkable. than it i*. in irielf, it Ju^k^n'lJWi * ' be will bofo'eWtitafw peror fiai appointed a Comrriiflary to go to Weimar ana regulate that Affair.   ".. ,! � Parh, Ofhbcr�a. -TheCottrt is particularly, attentive to put its Colonies in' America, and thofe of the Well Indies, ttpot)i a^ ttbod Footing: To this find, all theyourfg People wVwh offer themfclVes vantageous Terms or the ^dverrifemVnt^ therefor* I....... to fame ptwr fsd ignorant Devils, i�, In the aaxtbifcourti to ukc Nvtice of one Stib]. . as utu.-.i. maae a new ian,.n �n,->- ^T PTM1,-i,n^y^ forte of which will Vie fiidihtd Tomorrow. v  , fiao j thofe of the ad, 589.' Tickets of tkt Loinin Jul/^ 5171 tWe in Oftobcr, 514.'   Ahnuhies a8e,    j       ' ' 1 '     ; L     O     N     D     O ; -mr The St, Jofeph, a Spanilb RcgiftW^hip^ani � ^di� from La Vera Cruz, is arrived/ fafe nt liilbdnV btffteg on, oajd irpWards of one Mihlori and tt. h*alf of Pleats of ag�;regiBerM;    ^r-:;'M?^^r1* ">: "7 ^ ^hens is Advice from NewfbtihdU�^ ")h�' *^rinck Sloop is loft near Cape Race, witb     her Crenv l� | one, who fays they Were bound for Canada "'with' Stores, ,T Vefterday th,e Ode for his Majel^y'aJttrthv^ay, by Colley Cibbcr^ Etqj Po�-Laure.it, was rertcars'd at Hickford> Room ii Brewer-Street ; the Vocal1 Parts by Mr Beard, and the Gentlemen of las Mnjalty's Ch'tipel Royal j the Inllrurnental by his M.-ijeAy's Band of Muficians, $tc.     '-' Yc:lcrd.!v a lino Triumphal Car, fent a* a PWent.to his Royal Higiincfs the Duke of Cumberland from the ErA-prefs Queen of Hungary, which holJs nine- Perfons of a Side, was drawn down to Windfor-Lodge. Yelterday at the Adjou/rupant of the Seflions at Guildhall, William Vincent, of Hogfdon, by *Trade a Jeweller, was tried and convicted of uttering and tending in Payment a Shilling gilt, with Sceptres raiftd thcrean, far ji Guinea, for which ho received Sentence of Impugnment in Newgate, purfuant to the Statute in that Cafe provided. On Monday died Mr. Cope, on eminent whqUfafe Hofier, in New-Court, Old Broa.d-Street. Ytfterday a Boat with feveral PaiTengers going for Erith overlet near Deptford, and two PcrfonJrtvcredrown'd. It being reported, that the well-known Collection of Pictures of Mr. Anthony Coufein, of PaJl-Mall, Ltely deceas'd, was not to be difpofed of j we can allure the Curious, that fome Time in January next they will be fold by Auction by Mr. Langfutd, at bis, Houfc in'-xhe Gnat Piazza, Covent Garden. NeiucaJlU, Oflobcr i\, Laft Monday the Dcfkford John Govan, fvlaller, was loft near Wincomleo. Oh Fr day jbc 6tb inftant died at Bath, where Ihe was privately interr'd, Mrs. Fenwick, Wife of Robert Fcnwick, Efqj an eminent Merchant of this Town, and Sifter to tbe Countefs of Tankervillc Laft Tuofdiy Night died at his Seat in Yorkfliirc, Sir Walter Cavcrley, Bart. Father 0/ Walter Blackctt, Efqj Member of Parliament for this Town. Edinburgh, QRobtr 19 They write from Dumfries, that there has been a good many Herrings taken about the Mouth pf the Rive* Nub, which gives the People t+cre treat joy, none having appear'd 'or Icvural Year* paft. Sir James Campbel, of Auchinbretl., Prifoncr in Dumbarton -Caftle, has obtam'd Letters of Liberation conform to All of Parliament 17^1, which arc to be forwarded to Durrtbarton this Day A\,i^(/Y, Qildcr 26. We coinfotiltrfs and dilli r, for a Guinea put Yelterday into the Uo* in a Paper mark'd I M C, which was equally dillrihatctl i  our m�ft comfortable Relief, part ol u> aildcicJ with Su I. i.efs, others naked, befides through a t;di'jus liiiprilonmcm lu\e loft our lew Friendb, fo that v/e have nothing but Bread a; d Water for our Support j ihetefore moll fiucfrrly unpliie the charitable Benevolence of all ^ood an I [ u is ChrilU.mt, under thefe our inexpr.iJl'tblc Suflcnn^-., in the mod uilinal Gaol for D.bt in Isii^Und MaijiHiljtu-t'nlvu, S,pt,mkr 1 J, 174O Wc the pjf>r 1'rilyncis can hud for Debt on the Common MJe, da vYeflerdiy Bank Stock was ijB 1 8di a t 4th. Indift Stoek 10? 3 atkt. 'Soatb^Bea Stock. 11 $ 1 4th. Ditto Old Annuxeii ierj. Jlltto New, no Price. Bank AwnU tfet 1746, 105 7 Stht a i+ths. Ditto 1747, 104 7 |ih� 3 ton: Ditto Lottery 1747, no Price. Bank Annntme 1748, lorj 7 8thi Ditto 1749, to6 7 8|tbi Three p%f Cent. Annuittts, toe  1 8ih. Seven per Cent. Bmjpt* ror*a Lbao, no Price. Five per Cent dirw.nbPnet. Ban^lreutttion* it * *l. 'a*.' 6d. fndl* Boadr; $1. %p*  18s. a 17^. Three per Cent* Exchequer Orders, aaPtltjt HE' New, Qwial. Biographical, af^d X Caacrapk-eal HIST,ORY of SCOTUAND, of which tb� lath NiiAbcr �riil b* publiiKM this WacJt, i*< uiifotlitced iat�,jha Wwty, �Hi ratontlod m * publick, ufeful, arj nattvnal Work, to tipclKt wttji C*n*t�br awl Impittiahty, the Alteration. (U��lnt'en�, soa SwcftfiUa In th� Monarchical (?ovetn�fnc ol" that Kiitplero, ft  To (ffe a tall sng iuft.DtfcrlptJen of thedidemat Cww-t'ei, with all that i� rcmark�bU*iiJ worthjrtf Noticeai to AnriajiltiH, Riritie*. S:tiutiou f�r C�nrin)*ice. Tt* Revival of thcls fscWslM the pattlag tf�n� iu true tight, will make U appear, that fewamlia nut of fo mintita nor cowrmpt l>'e  Situation as- rnany i|iwwnt �t* Hi(tory.*">ul�l gladlv fuppele. The aonoina to this Miftory a ftort and juft Account of their moft icnuik�lW aivJ learned Mtft, will.iris h�pM/ 4�mpr>f1r�t# to the I'ublkk. that tlus Nation (b�waver fctaaJM with PoVMTy) yet were Entowaxert �n i Scnfe,'th�ngh Wt trtk'4 with emit.  As tfcj* puB&ic �A4 cft^ WorM Fn any mean, m�fcerwi>, twr^.tltcfi*!o| War, hut in tha |�otetltft an4 eafie/l Manner for the PubU�k i ami at tad* in StU�, Cr-aiwaioa"��4 Spirit, ir bat hhherto mat with the Appft>t>aii f Heifmii eT DiAtiK-tioi aua Rink j it a lioprJ all 01 hen who tray ht in tHngcr of reerc arid Pain* (hill t e taken r  ijve ijie mmoft S*tiitWti*n to the VM tk, licah ia tlit Ktiteand Spiiit of trkklliftory, the wiMile will be tulmntrtd to tha Judgment of the eindld, d'.fittferelUJ, and honefl fte.>d�r, *nj it's liopci will mnt with fncouragemeftt foitabla to the evident Intef y aiad Equity In earrylB| on tht Ptfign. j Navy-Office, Oclober 19, 1749; THE Primifql Offittn ami Otmndjpeiu^ 9/ t�tMnefl�i Ntny dj hereby give Notice, tlnii o� lP$Jutfiti*f Im \fi of NovwUr n.'xt, at Ttn o'Cinxk in rite Minting, thy >&t/i it n.Jy to treat ivith fuch Per fans at are willing /o ftrvi hit Majefty'i Yunii at Diff/i/J, Itxh.Kich, Chfitbitm and Sheermef$t  r IL-wtr.tll, ('um^ii/lMtn of faj Af.ye/tft 'Cttjbmt, nvi/f fa f>/�, in the Lm{-Rhm it. the Ctijiim-Hultf.; on Iburfilq-fhe iblh of. thi% infturj G&tbtr 1749, �ir Three o'Ch ttd Knij^.L:/>   l.> 1 Pis\ ijloni. The Cu'J.mnt cf t't eit lit i'lCt. i ,n flu it! /.j't � ,      -~~'".""\-u.i I  - - ^ �.' n r T. , //,    , �/-."// bt .i/jo rtvJi to treat fir r I...n  u tr jJ.ip eit U'lJtifvrd, 'tn ad te ih. (u.*ut cf oft, Cv.7. t C. * ut the 3. et.'/l 7 w >\!\:r.t'\ util. VH II �! t.   S II... t1'  1     � m tht iann'x.'i. ''>   . Ovt-Jwir Z Y. A./ 1.' i'i   

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