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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 20, 1749, London, Middlesex AT, ScPTlMBfft f� f?l ***** RMV*D, the Scorpos, Gray, firoa* J tonka) the Alexander, Wood, frop Nova Scotia, and taiPd far ; ^Wttmt. Tie Ship* es per lot, wit* tk* Loauaaia Gaily, for Oporto, rawuo. Wind S. S. Wv M ****** a* of a LsNtr from ""if a Number of KoffoUdont. ptdeenancct. Edicts, � ftc. anciab^lknwd Order fa a Conakry, where the * Constitution of {peWetneeent Uaher'd, tarn is ftcafan to � �q^a thMtbt AM* �iU�erjr ftionljr take PUcc in Hoi- * bad in At poftonpk Moaner, aod that food Order * will ftccccd tatt CoojioSo� which has prcvail'd among �aj| dM�Ordem of the State ever face m Revolt frosn * Sotlo. Hit Prince StadtfaoMer, alarays attentive to (be ' pablkk Welfare, has lately publiiVd a long Regulation In idpoft to Military Subordinate*., which wu ia a * ManiRff loft, bit Serene Hiearmfs having filled up the * greateft Part or the Commigx>n� with Foreign Ofttccrs. * Thefe ecueollv apae ia defatfng the National ones, * who indeed hare not acquired much Honour face the -Battle of Foutenoy, jnany of whom being attached to * their Relations and Friend*, who compofed the late Re-gencv, have given op thaw POO*. On the other Hand, the Catch Officers looatoa theft Foreigners with a jealous ^Kgyer^ow^pteWlfe^ -- NB% WaVCH WKfW wvn MOIWMM* mMm Mong to the net fofeaW of the Wo.' it. Letters haiMbeta teceivM here from which pretend, that the People expref* the fkfor a WaewirhtheCWlffiaiu; that Order* _ fee* feat to the Tanar*to make Incorfions into the RaJanmTcrrkoria | aatfsJtutaW Carina's Miniflcr had not apjpear'd for ferae D*y�. Gfmkvtm, Soft. 16. Two Deputies, front the Duke of Saxe Hi!doargha�dhi were edrtrksjed Teftcrday to a private Awdkace of the King of Desuraark, at which they prefented a Letter, tonoaUv irtaaadiae tjhe Priacefi Loctfa in Marriage for the Dake their hiafer. L ON b O N. There u a Report, that tkeDatch in the Ifland of jata in the Eai! Indies, of which Beoxvia i* the Capial, have thrown off their DcpcadVpry oo th� European State, and forca'd a Gnrernrnaat of their own, and that a larger Fleet than afoal ia prepniing to it tret into that Part of Worjd, together with a Soaadrom of Men of War, under the Coeaauad of V^��,Antral Sehrjrver. . An EngUft Vafat ia arrivceya>r Leghorn frcmSalorika, who was met with m her MM bf three Toats Veffclt, and because the Captain woafl *�f Brike and bring to, ther forced him, and them peaUied him with joo fiafti-Dadoes apoa Ida Feet. ' , - The Saccem Man of War fiom the Downs it arrived at the Madeiras. thereTotf bfopofed, that a Special Ocqtril Oonrtdiotthib any satn ot Money t_______________ rent fixpehcet of the Mofphal i. wKierui all th^ eoUld be �� w a Rank they conceive to be date to them. The * Regulation tends to pat * S:op to thofe Aaimofities and ' ]e*l�ofie�, and to eftabitm the moft bcaatifu Order with � refprft to Sabordination, from the General' down to the private Man, and at the fame time prevent that Qitar- * relling-and Duelling which too frraacatly happens among * the Officer*. On .the Other Hand, hi* Serene Highncfs *.a�ffes all the Officer*, even to the Enagn, very greatly, * ke is.tO them nod aaly of Accel*, he receives their Com-plaints with moch Tcndernef*, and liteas to them with f hit ofiial Goodnefs and Patience. There ia but one * which he cannot remedy, that i*j the OcSdcncy ih the * Payment of the Sabfiftence, as irifo the Clearing of the , Arreart due to the Troops, bdtdea which there i* �aat- '-:� lag  proper Regulation to (et Bounds to the" Extortion f Hade by the Agents, who take opyyard* of Ten per �� Mr fuch Sumf as they advance. .But fo long as ^the'Millury Cheft is not duly fupplicd, wc rouft not tooch * that String, If aft that Specirs of Jews mould (hut up their '.Offices* and open them no more bat upon woife Terms.  Great'Dil'contcnt prevails ftOI among the Chiefs of _* thofc who brought about the Alteration among the Ma> * giftrates in the fcveral Cities of this Province, and a rcfllefi * Spirit which will not very eafily or fooa be qaitted. '* Xh�t,People plume themTeives with being the.Rcllurcrs * of ttoLioerty of their Coontry: Thejijneet often toge-** ther, and imagine they may dp whauver they pteiie: t * They form vail Dtfigns, of W^ich they throw out In-  * Situations among the Populace, fuch as that of proc'aimicg j 4 the Prince Count or Lord of Holland, fcc. lu this thty * pre flrcngtheh'd by a Party of Malecontects, who a-e fo � * on Account of the new Taxation, 'the Inequality of  4 raifing which, they charge to the feveral Commiflarie* - * wto made the Aficfiments, aod rhrrefore demand that a \ * new Commiffiou may be eftablififd, to which they may | 4 appeal to be c-as'd of this Burthen, which, as they hy, ] * will, if it continues, raife conGderably more Money 4 titan it was dcfign'd to do. This their Requeft bos been * Comply'd wiili, but on fuch Terms, (hat 'tu thought * few among them will have ftecourfc to this Expedient * for Relict , the Remedy being worfe than the Difcafe. * The Magiilrates being apprehenfive of the Difcrders 4 tiefe Meetings may occafion, although they are held on-4 der the Pretence of having the Profperity of the City in 4 general, and of the I nhabitanu in particular, at Heart. 4 have publifli'd an OrJonnance to forbid them, and to * exhort them to lay afidc all Party Animo&ty, which has 4 too long fubfiftcd.' Extra/t o/ a Letter from Hamburgh, iattd Sift. iB-4 The Accounts of a Convention being signed by the * Englifli Minifter with the Minifters of Denmark, were * at leatt premature, if not groundlefs. The late frequent * Conferences of Mr. Titley with the Minifter* of Denmark 4 turned on the Projeftof the Englifli toeftabliiha Filbery * ia the Croadtck Ifles, and prticularly Schctland. The * Court of Denmark pretend;, that the Englifli have a* * Right of Navigation in thofe Seas, to the Exdufion of * the Subjects of Denmark; bat that, on the contrary, thefe 4 lali poflefs thatexclufive Right, feeing thofe Iflcs belong * properly to the Kincdom of Norway. 4 Chiftian I. the hrd King of Denmark of the Hoofe ' of Oldcubourg, on marrying his Daughter Margaret, in . * 1469, to King James III. of Scotland, bound htmfelf to * give with hrr a Dowry of 60000 Florin;. The Wars "which that Prince was obliged at (hat Time to carry on " agaipQ Sweden, having coU him considerable Sums, he * found himfclf unable to pay his. Daughter's Fortune * immediately in Money, and in Confcqueace thereof it * was fbpulaicd in the Contract of Marriage, that he mould ' only pay 10000 1'lohns in Money, and for the other ' joooo, he aiiigncd to the King of Scotland (he Croadkk , ' Idea. But certain critical Circuoftancea having prc-'rated King Chriftiaa from paying.mora than xcoo * Floriat,- iniiead of the 10900 fttpuratod, he mortgaged to * htsSoa in-Law the Ifland of Schedaud for the Remainder, 'reicrving to hkufclf and hu Heirs the Right of ' Redemption. ' The Court of Denmark denies not thefe Conventions, 'hat think* itfelf authorised to reclaim all thofe iflandi. * Ifon re-irobarfing the Sum* for which they have been , ^^B?*� farther pnM&da, that even if tho Right of * Redemption had not beea exfrcfly reserved, tho Bngnih f could not arrogate the Icatl Right to that Fiftcry, aed Ycfarday wa* head a Wardmote at St. Do/tlanY for the Eleaioa of a Contmoa-Coaacil.Man for the Precinct, or St. Martin Ladgate, ia the Ward |rf Farriogdon without, ia the room of Mr. Banoa. Merofr, dectwd, wheo Mr. John Barton, Grocer, wit clcAsd'withcut Oppofitioti. William Whitalcer, fifot .ema of the Shcrtfls cteft of this City aad Cosmty of Msddiefar rer the Year enfutng. hes appointed Mr. Robert Coxe, of Dncolo> Inn, (one of the prefuM Uadrr Shetife) tobeihg Pnder4heriff. On SMarday mft Thomaa'^ttotne): Boyde, jSfat of Ware Park ia Hert/ordmire, wa^rnamed to Mifs Hopf. Daaghto of the law'Aftdmr^kpe.^Bfq; an eminent BKweruNorton-fa%atc,aFci*^of ubwardtof jooool. Monday Morning left died fh. Sf*k�y, a Linncn-Draper ia the Poultry. - t v Yoferday Morning died Mr^tohn SMdatt. General Sarvayor of the Window-Light Btmy for the Borough of Sdwtbwark. Laft Monday Evening a Fire b&kc oat at JMrrPryce'i, a Packer of St. Uclen'a. whids bc|nt wjtvgreat Fury fome Tiaie, aad did great Damage to sjbh laid Houfe and Goods ia Trade, before it coatd beexrjqjai&'d, without damaging any other HooJea. " Oac Dtaj hut Week a Waggon going for Marlborough, by fome Acrjckat c^erlet inio a deep Brook near Newberry, by which Accident, a Wcdsam that tin* therein^ was IrJW.ejm^emrr had o*n*etf hm �mJlVJ&j, �nd was afo very moch bruited. YefUrday Evening, about Seven o'Clock. as a Ladv and her JL-'ooacan in a Poft-Chaife were paffinj under Newgate, they thought they heard fomcbody behind cutting away her Po toanieau, and the Servant looking out mift'd it; upon uhitb he jump'd out, and the Poli-Boy dif-mouoteii from his Hoefc, to Search of the Villains/ when immediately the Horses took Flight, and ran away with the l baife agaiaft a Coach, whereby the Chaifc was broke to Piece-, ba: the Lady happily received no other injury tba.t the Fright, and the Lots ot the Portmanteau. Ycderday N009 a Fellow took an-Opportunity of running away with a large Copper, value to s. from the Door of Mr. N^fb. Brazier, the Corner of Coieman-Street 1 but being taken a mart Diflaace from the Houfe, and earned before Ak!ermaa CJiampioa, was committed to Newgate. Some of the Prifoacra nndcr Sentence of Death having attempted to make their Efcape, by breaking their Irons, ttc with Tool* brought by their Friends for that Purpofe, has occasioned moft of them to be chained down to tLe Floor for g-cater Security. ' C*t) if a Utttr fat YtStriaj. tbt' 19/A inftant, to the fn.Uj Btard tf tU Middlcfcx Hofpital. Gtsritut s, IHave recciv'd under a blank Cover a printed Paper, entided fit Cafi st, after my , Resignation. I iboul^lcad ray Name as TreaTarer, tofte-cc;fi* ba Money which wu mm to come to my Hindi; I re on that Account, after my Rtfijnation � ahd fo*far Wa* from defigning to dtftreft theHolpital, that, VhovringitV necetGioUi btate, I readily pave up my Accouh^ if ' the Balance then in th> Hand* to tb� preferrt Tt^l tho' he wu no othtrwife made fc than by thlr ApMti of a Weekly Board, and at the f*me Time paid nty^oxvii Beneftftion at a perpetual Governor t Thereldre I hhm\\ it to your Board, Whether, in cafe the Hofpitit JiouW ba dtftroy'd, it will not be owing td th* ConduA of thofe, whofe defpotlck and tyrannical Bthaviour ha> o^ged Numbers of Gentleman to withdraw fron\jfOu, and form anew Scheme for a Lying-in Hofpital I To coacluda. It wa* treacherous in the Author tnu* to attack the Hoaodr-and Reputation of Gentlemen, had endtavoor t� lc>eta himfelf under the SaaiUoU or the Weskly BosW. Then*, tgte, Geatlemcn, f expect -ftcpirratidn a� to toy JirlvatA-Concern in this Affair 1 and, as I.am one of your Body! and a Governor, it behoYet yon to^ee it given 1 iiai f prefumo it cannot be don* otherwiif* than by �ubUckiyvdiT> �nyotVing. that fpurioutand fcandalUiu Pieeeby an ��rei� Order of yourfioard. If oa thecbntisryrwAkhHanhot allow myfelf.to fuppofe^vou ihall think 'praMrto-counte*'' .naaceir, Iexpeft yoy will fendm*r {ndeacfvof thtOen* tjemeit afpetfed, a Copy thereof, i^fM^yfi^SffejtAjlry, that we may. know from whom to ema oWiMafUoB. v Greek.Street, Soho, I tm, Qeatleiltflv \\ Sept. 19, 1749; .Your, humble SefvablV JOHN ARTHUR. PS. Whether Dr. S-d-s or Dr,C-- wiU.thifk il worth their while to take Notite el the ahyive-mtntlbn'd {irinted Paper i* uncertain i but what, would the Wofld Cry f it wa* known, that for all the pretended* CdWceAonti rncmion'd therein to be tnade to Dr, S-*d�-s, tit. That the Bed* for Lying-in Women Ihould be eoual to iholeTfor Sick and Lame, there are at this Day no mere thanVfik Beds, fof the Lying-in Woroen, nnr i> there Room in'tho iHofpltal to put up above two tnorei Whereat t^eitlarenow fourteen*for Sick and Lam*. A4dhto thir, the ariful Omiffion In this pretended Cafe of the Out>Patientfb^ wbo are fuppot'd to expend one half at Icaft of the Subicriptioa Money. .  Stt tbt AtoMriiJiMMt i� tbt Doily Paftn *ftU $0/* end At Sadler's Wells, lflington,this Evening will be pnfehtetl an Entertainment not perform'd there thefa twenty Year* caU'd the Harlot's Progreft. The whole,tttcoaclud* with a grand Reprefentatlon of RsneJagIr 14*. Ditto Lottery 1747. tot a 1 ^48, 106 1 8th. Ditto 1749, Vf/HF.KEAS fome cvil-difpofrid P�te VV h��* endcavour'd to dlrturb Iba MIndi of the fkimtft belon(in| to tha Saiudroa of Ms Mtlefty's Snips lutly fmploy'J ai J,m*c, under my Cumnuitit, try i�fMf.-� fp' that.Capture 1 and tjiae I n��rrd^i, tiihcr itircltiy or ladirtftly, concern niyfelf with the* faid Prur-Money, not tvti ri-tiw�r,(i"cntf for thek (lils/it Behaviour, nar do I know anr :l..n- fkither idun-j to tlu Account! of toe udd Cauiuie, than riut litem rcouiocd l*m(>�fons "commend jt to the SVamen and SoMienj that left Jovr.O MW 4 Djffrjbation of the A'd Pri�-M�o�y wa, rrado, to apply to tlie fa d Agent* fur what 1, due to them, and tvt tUit foriVr 5�! Sulififtion; to .,6..... fur what li due to them, and tvt their f�rher r�{olic them to produce the Account! of Sale* ajd Qiftfil'u they wiii And Credit e.vcj) them fur my ShSre v> t'W faM C CHARLES KNOWLKS. Note, Whoever will difcover the Perfun 01 i'erfuns that ad,.fird iht Seamen of the Seaiaduri Lie under the Cvpifund ft Rear-i^!iai>ai Koowles fo make Application to him, wifirjojeing iI.m he hail �ry Pan of �h� ft-*) Hrlae M**y Rc**;d of T17 Goin;ai) V1CIUALLINO-OPF1C8, Sept. .9. .749. THE Commifuturi for ritiualUng lit Mijiftf* gift Natut, tlmt on tnduy ntut, lit ztJ intitmi, ici/l It /ttW, at lit. Trtafttry.Ojfi(t im flnaJ-Stitef, tbr bifott~ AUywimuMoney dut to bit Mtutfty's S/>if tht'Prtirf, Kt-.yttm rtTis to a^uomt ibe V~V $l*t\; Kf~ THAT the Salary of Lay ton. Workswufc wiii �e no more Am JwUvt P- r.-'t � Vc*r WiiJiim �Sdv*#ida, (Sinu^er/,*. ;