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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 10, 1753, London, Middlesex                                JXdL, September |AM� down and failed, the Will*, Griffith, forSt,Xte�Mhe WtiUa^ i mod Mary," Shtales, and the;M�ria, KifiUeivfor New-York ; the Printe (of Wales, Palmer, for EmfwOrth � and tbe John and Elizabeth, Daj-Nifon, for Chicheftcr.    Remains in the Downs a Dntch Ship of Waif. Arrived, the Oft-ich, Welch, fro.* Peniahce ; and tlie Katherinc, Lol-v  . v ; fate**'**1** >*W�-    The Country about Bagdat twine been a long Time infeiled by] a large Bod^i of In i iafMiaott of the Mountains; who reigned fovereignlyv and Sd not be drove out of their ftrong Holds;, SplVrnart pkfcha of bagdat* inverted their Mountains', dcfcoy'd 10 ori�ooo of them, and Cent 350 Heads of their Chiefs to tht Grand Seignor; whichhas been thought fp.eflcntial a 'Service, that Caftans are 'tent to htrn from hence, and to fercral'of the principal Officers cbncern'd in thatExpedi- WVimUii*itf 20- By a.VcjPel arrived in bur Port from fte Levant wc are informed of another terrible Fire at Smyrna, wherein the whole Quarter of the Armenians was xedcod'to ^ftcs- The .Lof� which bur Merchants . have failaieedf by this Fire is tfiimated at 150000 oequins. Jla'kt,r digujf 12. h&ve received Advice; that the Commandant of our Xebecks had taken a fiafbay<5allioc of 1 jo Men. Izrix, 18. Two of the Kind's Galleys have taken nesr the Iiiacd of Sardinia a Tnni^an Galliot,, whofe Crew cou�u:I of nyjniy-five Men. lt& wil PeltipkJQn bf'tbefei Troops; but *ds ^probable ..diey are going to garrifon the fortress of MirandoIa^Reggio, and MatTa-Carrara, agreeable to the Tj^rjrUtely'coDjcluded^wirB the Darke of Modem.  V ;.        '' :  . ' '    I' �-�        ~-: U^a^J^ijtfi'ZT.. We have Advice from Vehiice, that the MatqaiiJde.PBc^Panc^ier, Ambaffadpr Extraordinary fmm the CiHiSof^/xDtaiit6 jfeat Republick, died the 9th nfiant hi a Fit o�tne Apople-Jty, in a very advanced1 Age. trfin, Jslf 26.  The Friendfliip and mutual iWreits "fcWUling between Portagal �nd England, ha: occafioned the BritHhCPort M~anV!fe ours to folitrtv the. Example of the otker Powers of Europe,, by putting its Marine as. well as Land Ferces-on a better F* ���>g. -     \       r tJsJriJ, jSujhfl 14. -Tfee King being infomred that tlie Court of Denmark-is-not-d Ipofcd 10 -brefclc -its -Engagements with the Emperor of Morocco,-which arc-ibought quire in-nuiipsriblewith the good Haraiony tbat hashuheno fub-S&ed bctv/ecn die Subjects ofJSpain and Denmark, his Ma , diguft 27. An Agreement is made-between our g^�nd that of Great Britain, to fend Commifiaries on wwSidcs to theCoan 0/ CoromandeJ, in order to pot an End  the Difpotes between the two Nations, and to fetdc the Jaitt of their refpeaive Pofleffiooi. T11 faid that M* � Oedehea it already appointed one of our Commiffarics. TCoftrt has expreflcd fome Di(&rijfaJ[Upa �t 2*^"�^ of *M. Daphscr, Governor of Ppndicherry, Wf ^Sorrdit was fomc rimefince wfolved.to recall him 1 "� 'ecdring this Advice, ho made Anfwer, tbat>e fw *d�*nced in Years to bear the Fatigue of a r.yB8 w Europe, and that he muft continue in that-l!yi�_*�ogb it ftould be thought proper to appoint Gowomor in hi* Stead. , ^wpomd, that tbe Spanifh Governor of St DoiningO *      ^  , The l^itog has been*pteas'd to grant the Dignity bf a^Biron of the K'nzdom 'of Ireland unto Henry Conyngham, of Mount Char!^ Efq; and to the Heirs Male of his Body bj^thc Name, Stile.' ani This of . Baron oTMbtlnt Charles in the County of Donegal in thr faid Kingdom. _     ,   .    . '    ~ The King hav a!fo bderi ipteas'd to grant the Dignity of a Baron of the Kingdom .of Ireland unto Sir John Siviilc, Knight of the Bath, and 16 the. Heirs Male bf his Body by the'Name Stile, and vTitI^;bf Baron PoliiagWHi, of Longford in the County of Longford in the faid K'u'.gdom'. And the King has likewile been pleas'd to conflitute aod appoint William York'cj Efq; fecond Juilic^ of th� Court of Common-Picas in the Kingdom of Irehnd,. to .be Chief Of'the fsid :Oou:c of Comrtjo:i-P!eas. Wfehea;.h!9 Majefty will remove from K-ciifiogtrra to St. James's the nrtl We�k in November.,- . yefterday'their Graces the Duke and D^tchefs" of Dorfer, "and Lord George Sackville took leave of hi. Majetly at Kenfingcon, they fecting out tbisD^y for Ireland -The-Right Ho v, the Earl of ."Biirlington, accompa'aitd "with- or5cld*, from BethV ; lern-Hofpital up ro^jiie Wail Of the fecond Fie�4r _ The Statue of King James tbe Firft. on the Nortb Side in the-Royal Exchange, is repairing and beautifying, at the Expence of the Scotch Merchants of''this City. On Friifay John Anfell, Efq; paid Jnto the Hands of-ths-Treafurerv^f the Charily Schools of St ^George the Martyr, St. James Clcrkeriwell,. anAfoinc others, the Sum oP'iopl each, being Legacies left to the "faid Schools\by th"e�latc Lady Pyke, ol Red-Lion-Street, Hoi born, deccasvd. On Friday lafl fevctr.1 .Victuallers in the Parah of St.. Giles Cripplvgatc we e iWd by the Lord Mayor,- for faf-fering Tippling in their Koufes on the Sunday before during "the'i'iau-of Divine..Service. Laft Wednefday Mr.-D'avid Grcgorie. of Campvere in Zea'bnd, Merchant, was married it Berwick-Sfniet ChapX*l 'to iVlifs Macaulay, Daughter of Archibald Maca&Iay, Efq; Confervator of the Scotch Privileges in the Nctherlards. On Friday died at his Lodging^ at Poplar, advanced in Years, -the Rev Mr. Daniel Milthu% fottvi 7eurs auo Mr-nifterpf a Diflcnting Cougregatijn i.i RjitciitFHighway. On Thurfday died at his J.odgrgs in Doctor* Commons, Mr. Hill who a few Days fince fruiter\i his Ltg-Boaeby leaping from a Bank at lilington. On Saturday the 25th of Augud died at his Seat at H^intOH^�-the-^oumy'-bf-J^ncoln^.Geor^c.Jle^^ On Friday died at Plaillow, William Afhficld, Efq; for-' meriy a Merchant in Lawrence-Pgultney-Lane. , . On. Saturday twenty-two-Prifoners were tried at the Old Baily, four were capitally convicted, viz Hannah WiJfbn, for itripping jind robbing an Infant in Whitechapel Road; John Dailey, for forging a Power of Atorcey, and pub liming it as true; Edward Jolmfon, for a Burglary ; and Mary Rimas, for dealing a Guinea privatelydfrom the Per-fon of Ann WheaUy. Eleven were call for Tr&nfportation, -^ajidJfyj6rjL.Acquittcd. among whom were Thomas Grctil, John Gibon, and William '.lark, from Abbotfbury, who fwore in Favour of the Gypfey on her Trial, no Body appearing againft them.   This Pay the Sefhons will end. As fome imperfect Accounts have been pubfifhed of the Trial relating to tlje Borough of Haflemere, the following Extract may pe depended upon jp be authentick. On Monday laft came on to be tried at KingSon upon Thames, on the Nifi Prius Side, before the Right Hon. the Lord Chief Juftice Lee, by a fpeciaj: Jury of Gentlemen, an Informauon in the Nature pfa Quo Warranto, exhibited againft Williath Briltow, to fliew Caufe by what Warrant he claimed to be Bailiff of the Borough of Haflemere (which is a Borough by Prefciiption, and fends two Burgeffcj to Parliament, and tbe Bailiff, who is annually cho&n, L the returning Officer). To this the Defendantpleaded fpeciall>\ ''� and infilled on his Right of holding the Office ti|l another > was legally elefted thereto. The. Prolecuton reply'd, and" put no left than fourteen different Matters inliTue; tbe (ait ' was, they alledged' that 995 John, Pain, at a Coart^Leet held on ;tho id of'M^ay bta, was dvjjr ekaied BailiiT, aqd attempted to prove u by the Court-Koll, aud other km dences. To this it was anfwer'd by the Defendant's Council, who very learnedly,defcribed the DUferenoc between /. Borough by Charter and that by Prcftription; for, faid they, to die Jury, if it had been die former, we could have pro dacjed written Eyidence 1 but ai it .is the latter, can only law before you. what wcJiave been able to collect in refpeel to the Coflom of the Borough; That U, the Pcrlpa eicftcd RaiH*F-mould, as a rectlTary Q;jal"fici'!on, bare prev'oufl/ ferved that of Conilahte. which Pain ha- pot rinrtp ; :tn,i yh^t -5 r Irtlan^, now is ilvi Time for the Curious and ^mdiois cf both exc�, to entertain themfelves over thife del ghtful and icftrcvtive Subjects. a> a .'ew Days will dcr rive this Metro-pa-ts of the molt laboiird Varieties that were ever exhibited in this Kingdom. AU Sons of Gbodi redeem'd out of Pawn to be fo!d, &c. alfo bought if not pawn'J, or Money lent to near theValu.-j by-Mr. Clemens, at the Baptift^ ileEd in the Old 'iaily, , and at his lioufe.the Cro-AfnT'on~'TrdTboTn.Hi co ^d:r'd and dexi�i:h onCon.T in: mi ( ^riiT 1  1 m,-dfln." By an U�tho*^i Mcubii of the Church o> hn^hi-d, ani 1 riti.ioLsri. _JPticted for R. BaMwrin, at th* Pofe in P^ter-nnftct P.o �-. This Diy is fu.'.ijf/d,   {P-uV~bii7) / UTttb lit MAJESTY'* PJsjat I'rivUfgt Qui i.k,,.r  anj Hi �r "I F.Sl'�       ,       B'�rn ffiHu. .V-uUi fo* J. Hiat�o, at iht K.-n-'t Att%  n   il - w?1n Site;., L-iOioa; asrf lw by lit bookf.lbi* o' lit* <~c Vn\erC^-,- 1:  ,i. j Ctvhp4;n ami h[ rht P.-�?�/� �nii f!t> ,':f\Atu 
                            

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