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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 22, 1754, London, Middlesex                                F R 1 D A       March       1754. P^^'f March' ap. Hi LED, the Gleticairn. Ctmpbell i'orClargow. Remain, huMaje-fty*8 Ship' Sarpriie; the RaOger Sioop ; the Diligence, Hunter^ for -Hrefpool; the Nancy, PMerfon, for Briftol } and the Viana Galljr, Elicot, for Li(1)On. Arihr'd, the fiieifing. Skinner,   from . Li(bon __- Wind South, blows frelh. 'yrS^ZPi of a Letierfrom the HACVK�datrt/ March 3 '*Thcr� is (bmcthing upon the Caipet between the Courts of Beiijn and VcHaiHes, which we can-neither penetrate nor Pncfs at J but one may venture to fay; that it's weU known there wants a mutual Confidence.   A fofeiga iMirjilUr in the firft mentioned Court fufpea^, that the K=iie of Pruilii has difcovered that he has been a Dupe to  hi Promifcs of the French Miniftry, who had engaged to fctthp Turks, or, at leaft, the Tartars and the Rafiians 1 toffcther by the Ears, in order to make a Diverfion.which . Ihould oblige this laft to fend back a Part of their Troops  which ire In Livonia, Tngria. and Carclia. towards the ^Ukraine, where an Army of 80 or 100000 Turk^ or , Xartan were to be formed, near Oczzkow.   We have  even been made acquainted with the Motions which the  Miniftcrs, of France and Sweden Jiave made upon this  Subjeft at Conftantinople, and that tforhtng they have  been able to do could any way move the Conftancy of  the Sultan to depart from his pacifick Syftem. The Army  of his Pmffian Majefty k no more exempt from Mortali^ < and f)ererti n than othicr Aimies. nor from the Lofs of � Horfes amongft hu CaivWy^^and thefe common Acci-  dents every Day, more than other, exbaoft the Finances � of this Monarch, who in other Refpefts, it moa be allowed,  is a great Oeconomift; bat neither his India Company.  nor his ManuMofiM. w*ic^ both in their Infancy, � can fufEciently increa�M*e Revenues enjoyed by his Pre- ; -deceflbrs, to fupply"^ the Expences of a War which fliould  only lafl three Years. As to the Reports which have ' b:en current of eftablilhing a Bank at Berlin, there is little  or noFoandadon for them, fince very'few would chnfe to lo4ge therr Money where there is a defpbtick Govcite- I* ment. ' Sweden, Denmark, PrufEa, and likewife all the other  Powe� in Germany, are completing their Troops, which,  exdufive of the two firft, will amount to 480300 Men,  three'fourths of which' will be able to take the Field in lefs than fix Weeki after receiving Orders for fa> doing.  Now it feems to be rather a Happinefs than a Misfortune. ' that all thefe Troops, inftead of following the Didates of '' one Head, are divided into two political Bodib, the one oFwhieh ketps the Sword of the other in the Scabbard.* L O N O d N. Yefterday a General Court was held at the B|mk, when 8 Dividend of Two and a Quarter per Cent. Intereft was declared for the half Year ending^ the $th of April next, 00 the Capital Stock of the faid Company. The Choice of Governor for the enfuing Year is to be the 9th of April, and that of Diredors the Day fcdlowiog. Yeflerday Morning died at her Honfe in Stretton-Street. of a lingering illnefs, the Right Hon. the Lady Vifcouotefs Falmouth, Mother to the prefent Lord, and to Admiral Bofcawen, Col. George and Col. John Bofcawen, all Members of the Houfe of Commons. This Week the Right Hon. th^oontefs of Hilifbotough was fafely deliver'd of a Daughter, at Lord HiUfliorongh's Houfe in Hano.vcr-Square. The Right Hon. the Lord Onilow has appointed Couo-fcUor Lawfon Deputy Clerk of the Peace for the County of Surry. The Brazilian Nations on the Confines of the Country that is to be/yielded to the Crown of Spain, have p�emptorily declared that they will not fubmit, alledging, that it is a Mark of the lowcft and bafeft Slavery to be transferred from Nation to Nation for their Convenicncy, and that therefore they are determined to convince fuch'as (hall put that Treaty in Execution, that they have not Brutes, but Men, to deal with. Several Houfcs near Guy's Hofpiai are purchafed, and are to be pulled down upon the Expiration of the prefettt Lcifcj, jn order to make Room for the new Wing, which is to be built with Pait of the Produce of an EfljUe of 25001, per Ann devolved to this Hofpital by the Death of the late Lady Carnar�Qn. A fpacious new Street will very foon be begun in the King's Road, near Gray's Inn Lane; it will Oand parallel with James-Street, and front the middle great Walk of Gray's Inn Gardens. Lail Night the Corpfe of the late Countefs of Abercorne was imerr'd in Henry the Seventh's Chapel in Weftmioiler-Abbey. A few Days fince died the Rev. Mr. Swindon. RcAor of Kingfdown, and Vicar of Lamberherft in Kent. On Wednefday died, at Putney, Mr. Anthony Ifcates. formerly an en^incnt Leatberfellei; in Soathwark. Laft WednefJay died Mr. Matthew, Peruke-Maker, in Suffolk-Street, reputed to have died worth 30000I. We hear the Friends of Comos will meet this Evening at the Ship Tavern near Temple-B�r, when Mr. Skuter Will be Chairman. Early YcRerd ay Morning the Poft-Boy, going out with the Varmouih Mail, \v�s Aopt bet%veen Milc-Ecdand Bow hj three Footpads, who after fecliogwhat was in the Mad, robb'd him of Two Shillings and made off. Ihe Mate of the Warren Indiaman, now lying at Gravtfend, outward bound, being found dead in the Round-houfe of the Ship po Monday, the Coroner's Inqoeft fat co the Body, bur, not agreeing ao a Vcrdia on Account �f �a>� Parrjculars which gtve Reafon to fofped he was owdcr'd, a.Ijourn'd till a farther D#y > in the mean Time t>e hail-Indja Company's Soldiers, who weic on board at tne rime, have been carried aihore at Giaveind to be x-vlbm'd. - . ping- Oa Wednefday Night otte Edward Haywood, a Brick layer, had the Mufbrtanc to fall fi-om the Top of a Ladder at Col. Howard's Houfe in North-Audley-Strai:t. and wa* ki]l!d on the Spot. This Week a Butcher's Man in David-Street, who was bit by a mad Dps about nine Months ago, went ra^ng mad. and bark$ like i Dog. On Wednefday Afternoon a Gentleman's Servant was killed by a FaH from his Horfe on the Stratford Road. SxKt^bofH, Martb 13. This Day Dr. Monfey, Phyfician to Chelfea-Hofpital, pafs'd through this Town in his Way from Gogmagog, the Seat of the Earl of Godolphin, to Felbrig, to attend William Wintlham, Efq; who is,faid to be dangcroufly ill there. Next Sunday Morning a Churity Sertnon will be pre3ch'4 at Chrifl Church in Newgate-Street, for the Benefit of fixty Boys and forty Girls belonging to the Charity School of Fartingdon Ward within, by the Rev. Mr. Ditton, Lecturer of St. Maiy at Jilington. The fame Morning a Charity Sermon will be preach'd in the Parifh Church of St Mary Somerfet in Thames- Street; for the Benefit of the Charity Children of Qucenhith Ward, by the Rev. Mr. Alhtoo, Fellow of Eton, and Reftor of St. Botolph without Bidiopfgate. Having been frequently aiked. How I intend to ditpofe of my Books, and Manafcripts, I anfwer. Sell them, if' 1 can, or give them to a Friend, who will obtain me Rights in my Pretenfions; or annex them to a Congiegation of Rationaliib: There are many Ingenious Perfons, Authors, Clergymen, Artifts, Profeflbrs, &c. about Town, who might ferve thcmfelves by Preaching, or Speaking, in the Oratory on Sundays, or Week-Days; it will hold, when full, to the Value of near at prefent. any Number of Perfons advancing 5 Guineas among them fhall have the whole Produce of one Time: I want a Larger Oratory to hold at leaft 500 Perfons, or Thoufinds : I defire the Public not to be furpris'd, if I do not preach on Sundays: 'i'hac DefeA fhall be compcnfated.   J. H. A Houfe long eftablifh'd, that has Tnterell with upwards jaf 800 Country Dealers in the Wholcfale Linnen and Haberdafhery Way, well fituated near Chcapfidc, tobelcct; and the Stock, not exceeding i 2001. to be fold at prime Cefl. Enquire at the Chapter-Houfe CofFee-Houfe in Pater-noiler-Row. None but very faleable Articles included. William Goodall, oppofite White's Chocolate Houfe in St. James's Street, cleans all forts of Gold and Silver Lace, Embroidery, Tiffues, and Brocades, though never To tar-nifhed ; and if the Gold not worn-ofF before, may be made as bright and as good as new, after an entire new Method. John Madda^s, Taylor, at the Black Lion in Great Wild-Street, near Drory-Lane, continues to ferv^'all Noblemen, Gentlemen, and others, 2; per Cent, cheaper than commonly charged. My printed nopofals to be had as above.. Samuel Davis, Peruke'Makn, has brought from Leo-mtnlfer, to Mr. Tayler's, Pewterer, in St. Martin's Ic Grand, near Alderfgatt, a large CoUeftion of white Perukes, Greys, Grizzels, Cuts, and Scratches, made by good Hands, in the neateft Manner, and fold cheaper than by any other during his Stay. Likewife nice Bacon, Hong-Beef, Gammons, and Neats Tongues, cured after the belt Manner; has adver^ifed forfixteen Years with Salkafadkion. By a Method few are acquainted with 1 cure Raptures, and require nothing till the Cure is performed. I give Advice gratis, that none may be impos'd on. Truflcs at 5 s. Direa to E. Wall, at the Golden Head, in Hand-Court, facing Tornftile, Holbom. Yefterday Bank Stock, Books f))ut India Stock, Books fhot. Soudi-Sea Stock, xio Price. Three 1 half per Cent. Old Annuities ift Sub. la; i. Ditto 2d Sub. loj ^ a |. DittqrNcw ift Sub. 103 t a Ditto zd Sub. 102 |. Three 1 half Bank Annuities ift Sub. 104 ^ a |. Ditto 2d Sub. 103      Ditto India Annuities, Books fhut. Three err Cent. Bank Annuities, 102 | a |.   Ditto 1751, loz. itto India Annuities, Books Ihut.   New Bank Circulation, 11, iza. 6d. Prem.   India Bonds. 9I. 149. a 15s. Prem. For the Benefit of Signor and Signora Degiardino. AT the Great Room in Dean-Srreec, Soho, on Monday nsxt, the25th inll. will be f'Crfonn'd a Grind Concert of M If SICK. The Vocal Paru by Signora Degiardino and Signora Chabnn ; the Violins by Signor D'giardtno and Signor Ci^abran, &c, the Hautboys by the Signors PU. A Solo on the Violin by Signor Degiardino : A Solo on the Violin by Signor Chabran i A Solo on the Violin by Mafter Ha)S, Pupil to the late Mr. TcAiiig*, and, fince luj Death, a PupiJ of Sig. Degiardino'i. Tickets, ac Half a Guinea each, to be had of Signor Degi^trjrno, at his MoiiTe in Cork-Street, BurUagton-Gardens ; and at Simpfon's Mu-6ck-Sbop in Swcering'e Alley, Royal-Exchange. TH E Ondcrtaker ot the CHELSEA PORCELAINE Manufaaory gives Notice, that he intends to fell by Auction, at Mr. FORD's great Room in the Hay-Market, the latter Ead of this Mratb, the lar(;e, valuable, and entire Stock of his Warelioufes at CHELSEA and PALL-MALL: confifting of Epargnet and Services for DeferM, beautiful; Croupes of Figures, &c. complete Table-Sets of Dilhes and Plates, wito the greatcft Variety ot other nibAil and omaotental Pieces. The Undertaker of thfs Manufaftory, having, >t a very great Ex. pence, brought it tu that Pcrf^on, as to be allowed fuperior to any Attempts nude in that Way, huntblv hopes this Manner of olleribg his Works to the Publick will meet with favQurable Encouragement, moie particuUtly as he is detennined to fuhmif thi Value of it entirely to their Generofltjr, and likewific that he will pofitivcly not open his Warehoofes, nor exhibit any Article to Sale, afivr this, till next Year. Faitber Notice of the Tune of Sale, tec will be advcrtifed in this nd the othec Papers. Note, The Publick may be afliired, that erciy Thiiig in this Sale will be warranted TRUE ENAMEL._ FOX'j Marriage and Banns Regijter-Books. \ Spurious Edition of both my Books is zV pnblifted, printB4 oa a thin fpungy Papor. very unfit for the Pnrpofe. Th� Title is, Tbe Hrpfitr tf B*ant aid Siarnsiti pubupiid �r ftlmmtud in tt* fmrijb*/, fcc. with a King's Amu, but no Name of Aoihor or Bookfelkr | and on the other Si rawa from Ecpcricacc. By SAUNDERS WELCH, KHfi-QnJtMt of Helbsro Diwi&oa, in the Coaatj of M.HUUm, fnm*tw A- Milbr, In the Strasi. This Day is pihUjh^dy th^ St't'ond Volume of TOSBORNE'S Catalogue of Bo(�ks for ih?  Year 17541 (thofe ccj^itafned !n the Firft Vrliim- ^rU^ felling). In this are the Librarie* of the late etijinent Pr��r^er Di | A ME3 FOSTER, Connfellor HAMILTON, late af Lincoln* Ian. Or. .MORTIMER, lare Stcretsry to the Royal Sweiety, and many ott^n, ;..ci>nfi  yo!:renoon, and be cLfed at Tvui o'Clidc in the Afternoon precsfelj.    By Order of the Truftees, QKORGE CLEHTER. Seeretmri. THE Members ot the Huniingdunjhire Society arc dcfulft 10 meet at the King's HcaJ m Hvilbcin, 00 Wcd-nefday next, iim ^^\^\ inftant. Thisbctiu the Meeting tmnKduticiy pic-ccdtjuf ^the Generaj Ei^ton, and tne laft Mcsuof before iivt Adjfturo' m�nt of the Society for (he $unini.-r Sea/on, it m camciMy le^ucCtcd of ail Gentlemen who pertcvere in tivat yiH WUhr* for the Peue anA TtAmjuiUitr of the County, that they woiiitf atuod oa u>v Oceaiien. The rteit4ai wiil take the QbMi flu&;> a( Sc�ca.   

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