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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 4, 1749, London, Middlesex The Daily AdVertifer. Numb. $84$, WEDNESDAY, October .......� 4v 1749- O Ofinkr i Ships in the Downs. Wind Eall South-Fall. arrived a Mail -from Yefterday Holland. Sf'ar/ay^, �t?t. 24. We hear that a certain Perfon. who calls nimiclf Tym'nflti, �nd fays be is the Son of ihcStarort of that Name, aa* for fome Time pall committed tat Ou:iit� upsn the Eiiates of fcveral private Perlons, Jy breaking into their Houfes. carrying off their Plate and furniture, under Pn-tence that they have unjaflly deprived him of tne Succcffionof his Father, which hr.d been adjuded tothern during dir Abfcnce This Tyminflu allrdge*. that having left his Country, unknown to his Relations, he had ferved sixteen Years in the Auftrian Troops; that being returned iorfo Poland, in order to take PotTeflion of the Succeflion of his Father, he had applied for that Purpofe to the rtfrxciive Tribunals; but that having had hit Demands rejected, he had taken upon him to do himfelf lattice. An ImpoHor has been arrefled here, who call'd himfelf the Dukcde Buon of Courland; but who has acknowledged himfelf a Dcleiter from the Prufliaa Troop*, and that lie had formerly been a Domefttck of that Duke, and who, wiih a View to perfoliate the Prince before-mention'd, brake oi't- of his Finger* that it might grow crooked. Copenhagen. Sept. 30. The Treaty of Subfidy which the King has renewed With France, is exactly the fame with the former, without any Adoiton whatfoever. As this Event baa given'Rife to diverfe) Report}, which have been fpread abroad, his Majctty has thought proper to caufe M. Schultn, -Secretary of Mate, ;o wnte a Letter to this Purpofe, for his Minillcrs who reftdc ia foreign Courts to intimate the fame to thofc Courts. * S IR, � There has been fpread for fome time pad, on the ' Negociations of our Court, many different Reports, * which being only founded on Conjectures, are far re- * moved from Truth. ' The King has ordered me there- * fore to tell your Excellency, that you may as Occasions * offer make known, as well to the Minillry of the Place * where you reside, as to the Minifters from Foreign * Courts, that his Majefty, without deviating in the lead ' frotn his natural Syftem, has thought proper to renew his * Engagements with Fraitce At Copenhagen the 27th of � Sept. 1749- I have the Honour to be. Sec. ' Sign'd DE SCHULIN." Copenhagen, Qftaber 4. The Marriage lately concluded between her Roy�i Highncfs ttie Princcfs Louifa of Denmark and the Duke of Saxc Hildburghaufcn, was celebrated on the ill intlant at Hirfcnolm with great Solemnity and Magnificence. A little before the Ceremony began, his Daniih Majefty conferred the Order of the Elephant upon the Duke. Algur, Sept. 8. The Dey has named Hadge Mahomet Hodgi, one of the four principal Secretaries of his Hoofe, AiiibsfTador to the Court of Great Britain ; and accordingly lie fail� thh Day in a Swecdifh Ship, and carries with him feven Horfes, three or four Tygers, fome Oftriches, Antelopes, and fome of 'he M^ufafflures of this Country. Six Sail, fuppofed to be Mai efe and Spanilh Ships, were) off here fome D-*y� a^o, as il designed n intercept the eleven Xvb�que� of rt.is Place, wi.ich were out on a Cruize j but all iMmc in fafc u e 4th inilant. after having ranged along the Coaft of Naples, Iialy, France, and Part of the Soa-luih Coaft, without any Succef*. except the taking of a fm.ill Gcnocir Settee with Corn, ar.d a Corfican with Wood, and making twenty nine S'aves. tiaflft, Sept � 6. His Majeffy has purchas'd a Xcbeck, which m tints twenty fix Pieces of Cannon, to cruize againfl the Barbary Carfain The Grand Mafter of Malta has fent two Officers to aft. Pcrmiftton of his Majesty to raife in tbi* Kingdom two Companies of Body Guards. Fctiie, S,pt. 17. vVe have jail received here, by the Way of Dalnia:ia, private Letters from Conftaarinople of the 6th inilant. which mention great Changes and Revo lutioni to have happened in the Ottoman Empire. Legbon,. Sept. to. We have Advice that the Congrefs which was to be held at Cicau. will be transferred 10 Pifa, where the Mmilters of the intcrefted Pjwcrs are fpeedily expelled, in order to aJjuil the Difputcs concerning Italy _which were omitted in that of Aix la Chapelle. Tii Hill ftrongly faid, that iu the Conference, which to be hcU very foon in this City on the Affairs of ihe tfeflion of that ffland will be brought on the are Corfics ^TspU, his Cathalxk Majefty being inclined to puichafe t for the Infant Don Philip mParma, Stft, 19. There are arriv'd here above five hundred Waggoru loaded with Chclls. mark'd with the Name of M*daiuohclledc Uourbon, which were unloaded at Saic*, and in a Ii: :1c Time ail the reft of the Baggage belonging to that Princcfs will follow. They are aftually rctruiuue tnc Militia of this Dutchy Parma, Stft. io Vaft Preparations are making for the Reception oi the Infanta Dutchefs. The foreign Intcreit at Court finks daily, and will it is believed his Royal Mighncls ol \ ertaiilcs, and one the other ;try Ipcediiy declare a new Mmitlry, compofed mollly of \ativCi. A Rumour prevails here as if an anpiiil Petition ot hall a Mill.on of Pieces of Eight w*> uulcJ upon li.v'tr Ko)ttl H^hnctfes the Dak.� and Dutchel.. l-j.lt iu be juij b) isic Court hj tlut of M.uiiii. 0' il-wJ 1 Co.  j- dl.lts u..'J to iiions , and the Bank Notes of St. George, %hlcfi $refe raisM (090 peh Ctnt �r* fXUeti fo lrjw that thiy bear no Price. MuU*a, Srpt. 19. C. Nicolas Molaa is rcmov'd from his Prilon to an ApaKment in the Park, which makes it conjeclur'd that be will receive his Pardon III a fhort Time : and C Sig'.fmond Molza.is Come to St. Lazare to fubmit himfelf to'hi* M jelly's Pleafure. Bri,-g in SiMa, Sift.**. A Prufllsn Grenadier hsving labour'd under a declining Illnefs for fix Months, in which Me received no Benefit from the Advice of the Pt>> ficianv at length having taken a Vomit, he brought up a Locull as-big as a Turkey Bean, which is fuppos'd to have been bred in his Stomach, by fwallowing an Kgg of that Crca turc in a Sallad ; lincc which he is perfectly recoier'd. Uag*r, Oadtr a. A Placard was publifh'd Uft Wed nefday in all the Towns in the Province of Holland, for fupprefltng for the future all tumultuous Affcmbli *s, which have occafioned fo much Diforder and Confufton there, and which could tend to nothing but the Ruin of the Provinces, and to throw them into a State of Anarchy. Hague, OOobtr to. The Grefficr Fagcl and M. Hop, fet out Ycftcrday Morning for the Caftle of Loo, to pay 0 Vifit to the Prince of Orange. Major Cornabe is returned from Dutch Flanders, where he has been regulating divers Affairs with the Commiffarics of Prance. M Ammon, the Pruffian Mlnifter, it fet but on hit Return to Berlin. L ON D ON Yerttrday Afternoon arriv'd in Town, his Excellency the Sardinian Amuaflador. On Saturday arrived in Town thcTripolinc Ambaffador, with a grand Retinue. Ycftcrday Morning died, after a few Hours Illucfs, at his Houfe in Leicetter-Fleldt, Dr. Samuel Lifle, Loid Bilhop of Norwich; to which he was tranflated from St. Ai'aph, on the Tranflatioii of Dr. Thomas Gooch from that See to Ely. The Hon. Col. John Steuart, of Stewartfield, late Major of Marines, is appointed Lieutenant-Colonel of Colonel Whyniard's Regiment of Foot in Ireland, In the room of Lieutenant-Colonel Duperron, who died fuddenly as he landed from England. On Saturday there was a General Meeting of the Royal College of Phyficlans at their College in Warwick-Lane, when Dr.' Richard Tyfon was rechefen Prefident, Dr. Le-therland, Dr. Reeve, Dr. Battie, and Dr. Heberden, were eleded Cenfors, Dr. Horfman was rechofen Trcafurer, and Dx. Lawrence, Rcgifter, fur the Year enfaing. Lall Monday the Truftees for the Fifli Market at Weft-mi n Her met at the King's Arms Tavern in New Palace-Yard, and rcfolv'd with all Expedition to perfeCt the faid Market in the moil commodious Manner, and that the tame wall be open'd as foon as poifible. On Monday his Grace the Duke of Marlborough came to Town, to his Houfe in Pall-Mall. On Sunday the Right Hon. the Earl of Portmore fet out for Newmarket. The Wafp Sloop of War Is failed from Spithead, faid to be going for Tunis and Algiers! Peregrine Nelfon, Efq; is appointed one of the Clerks under his Grace the Duke of Newcaltle. Joan Colfon, Efq; is appointed a CorncH in the Firft Regiment of Foot-Guards, in the room of James Lewis, Efq; preferr'd Tis now faid, that the Rev. Dr. Tcrrick, Preacher at the Rolls chapel, will be made Reftdentiary of St. Paul's, in the room of the late Dr. Baker, deceafed. And that the Rev. Dr. Nicholls will foon be made Mafter of the Temple, in the room of the Right Rev. the Lord Bilhop of London. On Saturday lall Mr. Pcrrot, an eminent Apothecary in Gration-Street, Soho, was married toMifs Fanny Keariie, a Lady endowed with every requifuc Accomplifhmeut to render the married State happy. Yeflerday Morning died at Chelfea, Mr. Skelton, one of the Burgeilcs of the City and Liberty of Weltminfter, and Captain of a Company in the Wellminilcr Regiment of Trained Bands. On Monday died Mr. Brcwllcr, Mafter of the Horfe and Groom Inn in Moorfieldu. The fame Day died, aged fixty one. Mr. Daniel Win-cheftcr, Gent, at his Lodgings in London Field at Hackney. By a Letter from Bath wc have an Account that Mr. Wall, an eminent Butcher there, was robbed fome Days ago of about 1$ I. and beat in fuch a Manner over the ficad by the Villains, that In. Skull is fradured in feveral Places, by which it is thought he cannot recover. OnTuefday a Woman was drown'd by a Wherry's over-felting near Cuckold's Point, occafion'd by her getting uy in too much Halle. At the New Wells in Goodman's Fields, this prefent Evening, will be perform'd, a new Kntein nnunt, cull ci the Snip-launching, or Harlequin tnrn'd fryar. The whole to conclude with ihc Temple of Apollo. Singing by Mif* Agnctta and Mils Julctia The bicnes, C loans Mufick, and Dccoiations are all new To begin at halt an Hour palt lour and end at Nine Each Pcnon to be admitted tor a Pint of Wine or I'unch This's to inform the Public!:, fhat a regular bred Sur geon is llttly a rn ecl iroui ubio.d, who, by a peculiar Me luvd. cares all Hie Symplons of the Vn.oreal Dil.jrJci without S.iliva'.Kin, wheidcr lielli contract d, i�i ot l^ng OuratK-n Hi� Seer', was thought {> val. iL,'-, thai t'.c l�ad the greatell .'. nto.iray mcnt j^iv 11b, all R ..n,^. ot ^eo j.e to continue; wturh hedcc:inii, mil rrii'v'd ttut Heti.-!n 10 rnry Hi- jMvc-. cc) n It jut A(; rd irn c ... Ir-Jiu the Naiiies v.1 "Jim L o c veiy Tuefday and I 1 ,, Two, at hi^ Cujiiili 13 the Stocking Frame, i.j-ji 1 iiicadnccd.c btrcct, nr:., Msh^t S'tmi Parir, ff Two ('�'mi, Fi�* (.'�.��� KitMril. High vfater at London Bridge this "Day at 13 Minutes after a in the Mornu-g, and 3; after 4 in the Atttrnoon. YellcTcJay Bank Stick was 140 1 4th. fndinStock, 19?. ooutb Sea Stock, 116 1 4th a 116 Ditto Old Annuities, no Price. Dit (Price is. 6rf. ftnt%d) THE BOOK-KEliP^R's GUIDE. Whrrein the Ttifoty of thst Art Is cle*rly f ipUn'J, tui the Pnc>ite rendrr'd esfy And fiinilisr( l>rr thr modinf, tft.tr the Itsli�n Msnrrrr, by � double lirltry into the Lel mcludcil under out trnsr|l Article pr }i Oomeflick Ttj.l�, by t rimtbl* Entry u afefintid, �nd idtpted fo Sho|-Uf*per� \ nrt.l flp.� Jjitc i Ho.I��i, at iht Utoklhg-tlUft faeins St. Magnus Church, Lmuon Atidte \ It. Wilfon, in pall M�ll| W. Meyer, ih May's Building* j J. Kobiiifi.n, at th* Oi.ldrh Moo in Ludgatnt>Je reading hi* Mijelly'a Vruclamaiiun, publilh'd 111 tile London 04>. torioufly ab'ifcd by I'uople irvao4 about L i.dm, un. who darinrly pietend to make iliii original and genuine Prlnfli O.I. wlthntio being lurn'lh'd e 1 tier wl Ii the Mea tj>r the M.ilrn.tl.. and the tnt er to col'iu- and Dude their enormoui Pulticei, leal 1 l.e r riuiil; mih � 8tt\ �>ly imitating ou'i, and thrrrby drpnve the Inn ic�' �ni U'iwjry both of their Health and tliclr Mo.iey, j�d dr-nv into : i'.ii-dii i.ne of (let belt and mod efl'cdlujl Med clue hitherto d.lcwnM I Now, in ordor to picvem o��ry Impiilltun of th*' Kind, thcl'fjbljtk are delir'd to okferx, that r�.r ihe luture all our llruiir, �ili br flgn'd 111 Writing by Levy Peer* one �r ihc Pi unrto . Hr plrji'd f Ijl.l whojr.'ae in.I u-tji' it mir Labo'atory in I ..Ibrook-Oale, in the Count> it Salop j ur 1.. I'cr y',, at Brxk'l Wharf, Qyetnh'thc , and ar J Newien'i, �i the U.lile un.l in St PjuI'i (. hiiKii-Vj-d, Loi:oon ) at thwjnc� r.i 1 hole who (� II 11 airi. H imutl Ihdm, t'.JmjiJ , trvjP.rry. Note. A'i> Perf�n dift.>veiiiig ihe i'.iunredrin iT Hit. Mcdinne, Qiall icceiva I'�rnty Ounnai " Offender'* bring convlttej. Navy Office, Odohcr 1, .749 T// E Pi in* ipal Ojfutri >M,i Co/nmij/iQtyri of hit l\f,ijr//y'i Swvy (ill bireby gi-vt Nolle, thtt uh Fii.lty next, tbt 6th itjltvit, nt Trt o'CJtlA i'i t1V Moriiitlg. tb,y -mil be rttutf ij>i en Freight T k i'i t'e to trtai tilth fuib PirfuHi ill art ivtliing to lilt Sin tg carry AVitW ^torci to f,i/ i..iiia F.all In .1 H.ufe, Aui-,u!t HE &urt of l)l>,,lor, �>/ tbt Uiii-r,t Mm bant 1 ol /f�j;/..��./ /i.u."/ tt tbt Fn/I InJ'm, bn.liy gfvt i\nnt, lb .s il* dn^nn^ i>!> i""i tti/.bo^r all l'> 1n.ip.1l Memy wiJ I'HttJi tljct fh.i I !, /,' n Jui an lb, /.././ ('ump�:'.,'i /h-iJi An.I tbty cij fuilb.r ^ii. .S.lur, lb.it lb. 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