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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 29, 1749, London, Middlesex The Daily Advertifer. S AT U R D A Y. Ji^t y ,9, ,74,. D.mL, July 27. Man of Wj�r iJ in Sight tomihg dow*, but tan't get her Name. The Friin^fliip, ilairifon, for Faro, remains. Wind Sbuth. Ycfterday arrived a Mail from Hott.ano. / iJ/ipv, (y. The King, who has been Jonic time ill of the Paify, h-as fo bid the Day before Ycl\cr day, that fearing he conid not live the Day our, all the Sncratncnts were admmjilcr d to him. Since Yerterday his JVlijcfty l�� Ix^en thought to be fomcwhat better, but 'ti� {0 little that there are very little hopes of him. All the {klinitTersef the Council meet every (Viorningand Afternoon in the Queen's Apartment to receive Orders from her Mfjtily- T! c infant Don Emanail came out of the Country Vcllcrday upon Account cf the ill State of Health oft^ie King his ijrother. If Lis M.-gcfty fltould drop, we jfordte gre.it Alterations at Court, dpccially in regard to ^omeilicl: Affairs, for 'tis a hard Matter to judge beforc-hapd whether ihty would cxtcj^d ia"ihc political SyRem. GtsMy-Juff 13. A Vcffel h arriv'd here with Dif-ptches from Baltia, by which u appears, that the Afiairs of Corfjca fccm to farther from being brought to an Accommodation tti.tn thry were fomc Tiiiic ago. The Marquis dc Curfiy i? rci.irn'd to BaUia, having vifitcd all |he principal Pisces of iHl- I.iland. He was txtremely dif-|>learJ to fiid ;it iiis R...urp7 tnat tiic Pains he had talcew to engage the Corficans to be content with rcafonable Conditions, and dcfifl from their exorbitant Demands, had jttct with fo little SuCccfs. In the Speech whic^ he made to the Deputiet of the Oommuniiies at his taking Leave of thcin at Corte, he declared to them. � That he was greatly *^^^ortified to find that his Esdeavours had proved frutt- * Ms, and that he could not fuccecd in relloring the per-' feft Tnuiqailiry of the Ifland; that he therefore rcfolv'd ' *� to retara to France: That though the Event had not ^wholly anfwer'd his Wiflies, he had neverthclefi the Sa^ * tufiifhon to have paved the Way for an Accommodation, * iud that he hoped the People of Coriica would ferioufly 'l^eA upon what was proper to be done to fecure to d^mfelm a happy inJ quiet State.* '^u%'ftlirma, Jmlj io. wGreat Preparations continue to be : itl^ for Reception of the It^fanta, and for the publick Btt^ the Infant Duke is to make with that Princcfs. , ii| tlicfe Solemnities gencralty engage the Minds of the r -llpM^ei there was Reafon to expeft, that they would be Ut&lecmbarraffcd with AlFairs of State i but it unhappily i^qat, that there are People here, at PUccntia, aiid af Qj^dhU*. vrbo have taken a great deal of Pains to cuU dnitii' Ideas very contrary to the prcfent government; wiudi wu difcovered by feveral fcditious Bilb that have iwta difpcrt'd among the Publick for this Fortnight palU t^caataining pretended Grievances in theprefent AdminilUa-* dwi, and luUiciting his Royal Hi^hncfs to make Ufc of I'' iu| 'Authority to redrefs them. Some Bills were alfo found Sadc up againft the Ducal Palace, drawn up in the fullow-Hlg'Term* : 7he Ltte King Philip V. t/ Spain, btti If ft to the Svfol InftOjtt i'ii ^or, ear SFvntigK, hlruiSiani h{yw be tugl't tegovtrn VIM Piiflf. Hf rtecm.titndtd /? him, amcnt otbrr Tkinp, to treat them mi ft Ctn-'lnstf}, May it then ptiafebii RoyalHigbtieft, to take Cm,- t'.m th^/e iikg art tharged nx.ilb tbt Exemtion of ki> Onim, ir.ny ucqiiit themfiivii iwitb prater Medeftttiott tu:d RegGr,!, i/ :i :� ,hapf the Renewal oj the Sicilian VtJ^i. Strict Scarcii nuking to find out thofe who dif-pclfed thefe Bills, end the Iniant Duke has endeavoured to tnform himfelf, whether there i� any Foundation for ihefc Complaints, but I'tnJ: they are only the EfFcil of Paflion, 01 Prejudice, in pariscubr Pcrlons who endeavour to diUurb the publick Franquiliiy. .As tiie Stepj which are proper to be taken to put the Fiaances of this Country upon  goodFooting, ncceli'arily require that fome Enquiry (hould pe made into the Abi!i:u-> of the Nobility, and the Publick, the Inte&dant General of ihe Finances examined fuch Papers ascould give the greatcll I i^ht upon that Head ; but thffc Bl-difpo^d Perfon� gave ima to uuJerftand, th^t his Life would be in Danger if he proceeded any fuiihtr itv the Ei>fiur|r. All thcfc Infiiiuatiors luve not interrupted the SteCUtion of the I'lan wVuh has been form'd, both for tke Regulation of iht Rc\'cuuc. aud other Branches of the iUtainillration. Hre/den, July 24 l.'i affjrrd that the 4th of next Month is the i3ay fixed for Marfhai Saxe to fet out on his Rtturn to Fracce The Mouve of his Journey to Berlin �� to remove tJie Diti;cu!.ie> which obllrvited a prrfetl ^OOd Underllaniiing Denvcrn that Coait and that of France, od which \n alfured he his fucceedcd in. Sir Har.bury WiUiaros, Minittcr from tnc Km^ of Great Britain, fet � the Day before V-.llci-!ay tor Anfpach. vo invrl ihc Margrave of Erandtbourg .\o(pach wiih ihe Older of the ^>rter, in Conjun^uoa v^iih Mr. Anlli&, Garter-Pnncipal 'MOg of Arms, who is cxpiittd from London. tiaaiurgh, Augufi 1. On. ihc jid of lall Month there >�an Inlurrcdlion at Altcta, occalion'd by a Jew's beating Taylor's Boy, whom he pieitndtd had kAVor.tcd bini, fo he died foon aker. 1 hr Populace, to revenge liie �oy's Death, fell upon the Houfes of Jews, fcvcral c( lush they plundered, acd biokc the Windows of their ^ynagogue. Ibis .Diitarbaocc would have been earned ��hcj, if the PrvUdent of .�^Itma had not ihrcatcn'd to I*""! a Body of Ci:iraffi(.r� luto the Town, which eniiicly ^ a Stop to it, ihiough the Fear whuh the People wci th'^ught the VVounds will prove mortal., On Thnrfdiy a FeJIow waft dctcflcd in citide�voiiring to'rob a Gentleman of hiii Watch in WhitpchApd, whisn being delivered over to the Populace, he otiderwcnt fo fevere a Difciplinc by Ducking and Beating, that he WM left for dead. On Wcdnefday laft was commitifed to' New Prifoni Clerkcnwell, under � ftrong Guard, by lienry F|etdingf, for the Bentfit of the Ch.inty Children bclonj^iu^ to thai Parilh : Ttut in the Vlorn^iig, by ttic Rev Mi. U^ft, Lecturer ol St Mlivc Southkv.uk i and that m the Aficingiii, by ihc Rev Mf OgilviVi (Wiflionary from the Society lor prop*|^tilRg of the (i*lpel in foreign Parte, aiid Chaplain in the City of AlbSny in America. The fame Day tw� Charity Sermons will be prtach' nier, MirsGranier, Mr. Miles, Mrs, Milcf. and othetl. Mr. Rooker and MifsAgnetta will ling feveral new Songi. Tu(nbhng, by Mr. Hendrick, Mr. Tartfey, Mr Jcnno* Mf. Miles, and ty n 4'- RANGES DEANE* OiuHft^ LttuUn, pwt N*tiy tl>� uwe F.mily, ftw Iwlnj iK� onh Snfvivw. ani bnaitht uy in Ibi* u(*fal Att l^y th* weil-kncwn fcht. . J^nM, Mid fcu pr* Mote, Thofe fVrfom that lire out of Town, will flai AeeoBunodstlon �t her Honfe^t H. cufd. , Navv-Oj^ce, July in. 1749, THE Pntidfal Ofctn tttiti Commj^tn tf Its MaMt/t Ntny givt N�tiUi 0)1 ftr/daj flu *ft ^jtMt Mouth, at 7Va oXiock iit tUMtrMtng, thry "Mill txpafi ta StJt atjhit Offic*, tht Unfit pfhis Mcntftyt Shift tht Jrtvtrntfi^ Burthtn 354 Tim, tbt Del/i-i�, /\vn, Oj/iee of the Corporal, on the Royal Exihemgt AR, ELfOtTJ Sttretary. Tits is to give NoticSt �JpHAT there will be a Mectjnj at the Angel in Orcit Itturd, In the County of Rftcx, on SMu(.f*y (he �6th of Augutl nc�c, in lh� Forenoon, to elcft Clerk� tt> Ifje Jufttc�s of Inn oClmk HI CO be 111 the (he l'c�rc, tnl CunsnuiriMiert of ilie l^ni-'Vn, lor the fljlllliitadit^ of ilcrcomrre, hi the faid County j �n I 4II Appcali of (lie t^iikl-TM iat the far /h or" Woodford will bo liF4fil anj dcienrJiiid the Ume l)�y | �nJ �n Ai'IhtjIs of the WiiiJuw-'lIcr iho Cud HAJ^-liuiiJjcii �ili iikewil* U htjrd._ Cnpeii lldl, f"ly Z'iS, IJ^Ky 1*^ H E LivervrTitn tif the Wor/hij)h�I Cc mp�ny of COOPlillS, London, an-Jciii M to ipD.-ir 111 the ucxx, llic 111 ut Auifuft, iti Tep .........______. c-tli.in vl'nvo fit iinJ 4bl� PcifLiu 5il.erift"k of thii CitY and Cuumy .>l' MiddlclV* for ilu: Y�� cafiunj, Xy^oJXX of V)invc\ C'� Frtmli AiiiSairidgr. wlw is i'-'i./;i'Ui; "' ''�' "')' J'l.iJc'irHin, or Ally Btjy tile, lia� �i.y jjil Ur"'"'"!' 0/1 ttic l^id Mr. |.i4io(y'�. j'ly Aivovlit, ihiy 41c di-hi J lu ni't'ly (o Mr. I'mivi � . W'.. Jem y ihc Ccuni �f ila/ijiij 1, in [��r, tur iJu nirdiitc S�i Jlj*1i'-n b  jjirrn 'V a lUi.niMoiis McrUni;' 0} the (Xficc Sc^nico, a.-J trA\Ct\ i/jfrrrftrj in ifcr t^ptum .ff ffr|>ul4ti"n 'it Mlliiic, aiiuiiitti, the Dil fti'tfi I'f liNJjiii^M jl (lii-ir luMii.-t f'tcci.'i^r, d.d V. lit t.(i ixaii M-.r,i^t-c�. 1. L.' ino'iii J A-li^l Sjmi c.aIj irl[f 1 I, ii. 1, t-pt-i ly Oti'.t oi ttnr Muugcfl I'ctci L'..fe''r>n^, lhc> .4v>ul'J r:u( ir^ii-. '.^it iNfn A' �uulJ r:v-t pii: Ait i>^n* iiK-ic W.iuy *iilio..t A'M.i vl {V...ul i Ai.l*|ii