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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 1, 1943, London, Middlesex The Daily Ad verfcifer. Numb. 3730. SATtJRDAY, January 1, 1743. DeaU December 30. f U T back, the Fox and Deal-Cattle Men of War, and resiaiiv with his Majefty's Ships the Medway, ... Dover, Lynn, Lyme, Greyhound, Mr Serpent Bp b, and Charming Molly *|f "Tender ; the Montagu, Freeman, for Eaft India ; the King of Portugal, Hugnes, and the Cfearming Molly, Jonnfon, both for LHboa ; the Dergent, NoweU, and. "the Neptune, * -, both for Oporto ; the Henrietta, Hood, for Gibraltar! and the John and Elizabeth, Finch, for Havre de Grace. Arriv'd, the Elliot Galleys Paine, in ten Days from Gibraltar ; the Mary Galley, Hill, from Leghorn; the Ann, Hill, from Virginia j aad the St. Quintin, Barker, from Zant. Wind W. S. W. An ExtraS of $ Letter from a foreign Minijter at Franefoi^ _____ _ dated Dtc. Ji. *TfKe jfirtchbimop of Saltxjbourg perceiving that the ' Croatians a,nd Auftrian Huflkrs, alter the Example of the * Imperialifts, manifeftly infringe the Neutrality which that * Prelate has enter'd into On both fides, and that not con-� tent with making Incurfions into the Auftrian Territories * in that Biihoprick, they had taken PoiTeffion of the little � Town of Lauffen, has juft made heavy Complaints of � thefe Infractions to his Imperial Majefty, once again '� afluringtheSmperor, that he abfolutely perfifts in keeping � the Neutrality, provided he will be pleas'd to hinder * the Imperial Troops from violating it, and caufing it to * be violated by the Auftrians. To which Complaint of * the Archbifliop the Emperor anfwer'd, That if the * Auftrians obferv'd the Neutrality more faithfully than ' the Imperialifts did, it was. becaufe they durft do no * otherwife; but that he however promis'd on his Part, '* that neither the French nor Imperial Troops mould for * the future pafs through the Territories of Saltxhourg, was '* it even to penetrate into Aufiria, or the Tyrol. * The Imperial Court has juft fent to Count Sirrjheira, its ' Ambaflador at the Hague, two Rescripts, with Orders to ' get them tranflated into good French, and caufe them to * be printed and publuVd. Two have already appear1 d in * Publick, fo that thefe will make four; and the Editor of � this Woifc fays, poiitivcly,. that thcw will in the whole * come but eight of them $ but he may poffible, give this � out in order the more fbrongly to induce every Body ' to buy then. His Imperial Majeity, aiter 44 thefe * Refutations, will, it's faid, caufe a long Mcmomfr to * be diilributed at every Court in Europe, wbj$& is 4 to contain all Things that lute jpafs'd fince the * of - ther fimperer Ckarlts ihet^Sft^^. unin^ thk,s ' Time, and more particularly all the Pfapofitions * have been made in order to bring about an Accom* < modation; and a Refutation of all th^e Refcriptsy Letters, * Memorials, &c. which have been publifh'd by the Court ' of Vienna. Great Pains are taken to complete this * Volume, rather than Memorial, which, we are told here, * will be very interefting: But there is no room to doubt * but that tome Body, on the Part of the Auftrians, will � fpeedily form a brief and pertinent Reply to this huge ' Volume of a Memorial.' L ON D O N. . Letters from Jamaica, by way of Carolina, advHe, that Admiral Vernon, with the Men of War, and five tran� ports, was fail'd from Jamaica to attack St. Auguftme. " We hear there are Letters in Town which mention, that Capt. Davidfon and Capt. Roufe, Commanders of'two^ Privateers belonging to Rhode-JflancL, had taken and'de-�ftroy'd fifteen. Spanifli Veffels, as they were returning from ' their late Invafion of Georgia. . The Polacija, Capt. Potcoll, a French Billander, for Hibon from Cadiz, is loft near St. Vincent's. The Captain and eleven Men were drown'd, and the Ship and Cargo loft ; and ten Sail of other Ships fuffer'd theiame Fate in the feme Storm. The Prince of Orange, Capt. Flood, from Spitheadfor Gibraltar, was lately taken out of the Bay of Gibraltar in the Night by a Spanrth Privateer, and carried to Alguizara. The Banks, B the Wager Store-Ship, and thirteen others belonging to the feid Stop, which Was one of Cdramoddfe Anfon's Squadron, and was loft in the Sooth-Sea, were Before the Lords of the Admiralty, and gave their Lordfhip's an Account of their Sufferings, they being feveral Days at Sea on a Frame made out of the Wre*k of the (aid Ship. Vefterday the Hardwicke, Capt. Hallet; and the Col-ehefter, Capt. Macklesfield, were taken up into the Service of the Eaft-India Company. Thefe make fifteen Ships that have been taken up this Seafon. We hear from SomerfetQiire, that laft Week were interr'd at Wells, the Remains, of Dr. Edmund Warneford, Fellow of New College, Oxon j a real Lofs to all who knew him either as a Friend or a Phyfician. On Thurfday died the Rev. Mr. Watterford, at his Houfe in Eaft-GHnftead in Suffex. We hear that an Order has been fent to Dublin to-bring over Waite, late one of the Caftiiers of the Bank. Some Perfons (a few I am afraid) think it incumbent on them to dofe the old Year with Prayer and good Works; whilft others wind it up with Sharping, of which here follows an Inftance. A Fellow, in the Drefs of a Porter* tame to the Porter of a Perfon of Quality, and declar'd that fome Body had fent him out of the Country a Turkey, and a large Piece of Bacon, then lying at the Swan at Holborn-Bridee, and which (he faid) he would have brought, had he not been over-loaded. The Perfon of Quality's Porter mufing, faid he could not for the Blood of him guefe what Country Friend had been,, fo very kind j >how-ever, he rewarded the Porter for his Information with thre� Pennyworth of Halfpence. The Fellow went 'afterwards to an Alehoufe in the Neighbourhood, and told the Mafter of it that a Friend had fent him a large Piece of Venifon, a Goofe, and fome Saufages, which all lay at the Bell-Savage on Ludgate-Hill: The Aledraper was very thankful for this good News; order'd the Loaf and Cheefe to be brought out; gave the Porter a Full Pot of his'beft Home-brew'd ; and invited fome Friends that very Night.to fup upon the Saufages, upon which they regaled very Iuxu-rioufly, in Imagination. The Aledraper foon fent his Drawer to the Inn, who, enquiring for the Waggoner and the Cates, and infifting very ftrenuoufly that he would have them, his honcft Zeal had like to have been cool'd in the Horfepond. This Evening will be perform'dj At the Theatre Royal in Drury�Lane, Love for Love. At the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, Macbeth. High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 39 Minutes after 3 in the Morning, and 3 after 4 in the Afternoon. "**Yefterday BanK Stock was 142 3 4ths'a 143: India Stock 179 J 4ths. South-Sea StocK 111 ^ j^ths. Ditto �Annwtie* l,4 *, 1 -�th. Ditto New 114 1 4th. per Cent. Annuities roi 7 Sfhs a 2. ~Xpitto 1742, Hfct f. fiths a 2. Million Bank 116. Equivalent 112. Roftl Affarance 83 3 4ths. London Affurance 11 5 8ths. EnglHh Copptr 4I. 7s. 6d. Wellh ditto 15s. African, no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 1113 8ths a 111. Five per Cent, ditto 76. New Bank Circulation 3I. 15s. Prem. India Bonds 4I. 7s. a 9s. Prem. Three i half Salt Tallies 2, Prem. Three 1 half .per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 2, Difc. ~ Royal Exchange-Affurance-Otfice, 31 Dec. 1742. CT*HR Court ot Dirrflors of the Royal Excbinge Affurance Company do hereby give Notice, that the Warrants'for the laji Chrijimas Dividend will be ready to he dc1i%ter,d and paid (as order d by the General Court of the igth inftant) on Tue/day the \fi of February next, and afterwards on Mondays, Wednefdays, Fridays and Saturdays, (Holidays excepted) from Ten in the Forenoon till Tnvo. THE ..v eeung of* the feveral (jentleqien that have ferv'd the Office of Steward of theAnticnt aad Honourable, Order of Grezoriant, defign'd as this Night, at the Ship Tavern without Temple-Bar, u poftpon'd till Saturday next, the 8th inftant, on Account that being New-YearVDay, there might be fome particular Engagements ; They are therefore defir'd to meet next Saturday as be$>re-menjion'd, which Meeting it to be continued for the future every firft Saturday of the Month._____ At the Exyerimentat-Room in Duke's Court, near the Mews, ON Monday next, precifely at Twelve o' Clock j and at Peefe'* Coffee-Houfe, near Fetter-Lane, Fleet-Street, on Taefday, at Eight o*Clock; and at the Bank Coffee-Houfe behind the Royal Exchange, on'Wednefiiay, at half an Hour after Set in the Evening, Mr. king will begin the firft of twenty-eight Experimental Lcdures ; in which the Knowledge of the Phenomena of Nature will be facilitated by a great Number of Experiments, fome of which are entirely new. Note, The Lectures at Duke's Court will be continu'd Mondays and Thurfdays for Gentlemen and Ladies, at Peek's Coffee-Houfe TueWays and Saturdays, and at the Bank Coffee-Houfe Wednefdays and Fridays, till finift'd._ For a New-YearVGift accept a new Conftitotion. At the ORATORY, THE Corner of LincoInVInn-Fields, near dare-Market, Tomorrow, in the Evening, at Six, will be Religioua Wotftip in the new Exhortation, approv'd Prayers for the Common-Council aai Indefirtfait Electors, aad to make France pay Debts and Taxes, t. Drrise Sendee of Wit, as both and to God, on entertaining Memoirs of the Life and Death of ray Lord Laft-Year. 3. A Sermon, diffrnting, on, the Aadfntiet of the New-Year, or Bicker-ftaff and Nixon out-done by Jams die younger t Progrefs of Sir G, Balance 5 Hungfajry Supplies; Cir-cnmcolon of a Kingdom; chnfing IQhgs on Twelfth-Day; why a Wedge of Gold given ) Prophecy of Anfon and Vernon coming; the H-T-p Man' comeJfain Fr Gennan Canary Birds.in full Song. 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To which this Deponent, William Savage, readily contented, and promis'd to join in fuch Expence : And then the Cud George Grainger infoim'd th fe Deponer.ts, that he had for the. lame Purpofe open'd the Founta'n iavan on Snow-Hill, and defir'd to know if this Deponent, William Savage, would join in that Expence, who anfwer'd, that he was willing fo to do: And then the fcid George Grainger inform'd thefe Deponents, that for the Same Purpofe and DeGgn he had open'd the. Globe Tavern In Fleei.-St.eet, and feveral other Honfes; and.sdk'd this Deponent, William Savage, if he would join with him the faid George Grainger, and pay a Part of the Expences of thofe Houfes, which this Deponent, William SatSge, fsfus'd, and at the fame time declar'd that he would not be concern'd in any other Houfes, but the faid Three Tuns and Fountain Taverns, neither would he pay any part of the Expences of opening any of the other Homes. And this Deronent, William Savage, for himfelf, faith, that during the three Days polling for Common-Council-Men of the faid Ward, the faid George Grainger never conlulted or advifed with this Deponent about opening any other Houfes, laving the two Taverns above-menrion'd: But thele Deponents make Oath and fay, that on the 31ft Day of the faid Month of December they met the faid George Grainger and John Symonds, at the faid Three Tuns Tavem, when this Deponent, William Savage, paid to the laid George Grainger the half Part and Share of the Expences of opening the faid two Taverns, and took his Receipt for the fame: At which time the faid George Grainger did fay, or exprefs himfelf in Words to fuch or the like Purpofe, that he hoped this Deponent, Wiiiiam Savage, would give him " fomethiiig towards paying the Expences of the other Houfes, which he the faid George Grainger had open'd j but this Deponent, William Savage, refus'd to pay any thing towards fuch Expences, alledgin|, (as the Truth is) that he had no Concern in opening thofe Houfe?, nor had ever agreed to . pay any part of thofe Expences : But the (aid George Grainger faying this Deponent, William Savage, ought to pay fomething more than he had paid, this Deponent, William Savage, appeal'd to this Deponent, James Doyd, and to the faid John Symonds, and afk'd if he the laid William Savage was concern'd in opening any other Houfes, faving. the abmc-. menrion'd two Taverns j to which this Deponent, James LJoyd, and the faid John Symonds, anfwer'd and declar'd, thit they never heard or knew that thh Deponent, William Savage, was concern'd in opening, or had agreed to pay a Part or Share of the Expences of any Houfes, laving the two Taverns above-mention'd: After which thefe Deponents, the faid George GraiBger, Ji^n Symonds^and feveral others, fupp'd together at the laid Tavem, wot5 |he faid <|eorge Grainger appesr'd well fatjsiied and contented. And tlajs.pejfeocjSt, WiJliam Savage, further maketh Oath, that, aboot a fiftmth ago, thejRd George Grainger, in Company w.th one Mr. Galon, �Jl'd at this Deponent's-Houfc, and then the-feid George Grainger again faid, he hoped this Deponent would allow fomething towards the Expences at the Glebe Tavern, and the laid other Houfes he the faid George Grainger had treated at, urging, that the Deponent James Lloyd, and the faid John Symondff, well krnw this Deponent, Wiiliam Savage, had promis'd to pay towards thofe Expences; but the Deponent Barnes Lloyd being fent for by this Deponent, William Savage, declar'd efbre the laid George Grainger, and the faid Mr. Gafon, that this Deponent agreed to pay part of the Expences of the above-mention'd two Taverns only ; upon which the laid George Grainger faid, that the above-named John Symonds would depoie, that this De^ r-,ent, William Savage, promis'd to pay towards the Expences of the other Houfes^ And laftly, this Depsnent, William Sa\age, maketh Oath, that on Thurfday the 23d Day of this inftant December, he this Deponent (in the Inqueft-Roem belonging to the Parifli of St. Sepulchre) alk'd the faid John Symonds, (in the Prefence and Heating of the faid George Grainger, and feveral Gen-^ tlemen then pretent) if he the faid John Symonds ever heard this Deponent fay, that he this Deponent would be concern'd with the laid George Crainger in opening any other Houfes but the faid Three Tons and Fountain Taverns j at which time the faid John Symonds anfwer'd, that he never heard this Deponent fay, that this Deponent wruld be concern'd in any other Houfes but the faid two Taverns, or that this Depiment would pay his Part and Share of the Expence in opening any other" Houfes: Upon which tie faid George Grainger defir'd to be Friends, and propos'd shat he and his Friend might drink a Glafs of Wine with this Deponent and his Friend, which this Deponent refufed, thinking himfelf not to have been well ufed by the faid George Grainger. - . . r William Savage, Sworn at London the ^otb of "* Deetmbtr, 174a, before me - JAMES LLOVD. Robert Ladbrooke. This is to acquaint the Publick, THAT Mr. Keith, the Minifter of May-Fair Chapel,, not being under the Authority or Jurifliction of the Btfhop, or his Court, thefe fixreen Months paft, looks upon himfelf to be no -ways, affected by any thing they can do : And therefore the Marriage-Feeg, Licence on a Five-Shilling Stamp, together with the Certificate, amount but to a Guinea on Sundays till Six at Nighty except the Time of Divine Service, which is from half an Hour after Eleven till One, and from Four till Five o' Clock ; but on the Week-Days it is a Guinea rill Four, a Gnihea and a Half till Seven, and Two Guineas after Seven at Night. The Way to the Chapel from the City is thro' Piccadilly, by the upper End of St. James's Street, and down Clarges-Street. It is adjoining to the ne^f Market near Hyde-Park-Corner. dt Sir Ifaac Newton's Head, the Cormr of Lincoln's Inn Fields next Great Tumftile, Every Monday, Wednefday, and Friday, GENTLEMEN who fhall fpend any of thofe Evenings there, will be well accommodated, and for fpeniiiig Sit Pence apiece may have the QDportunity to hear a Lecture upon Theology, Philofophy, or Morality; to begin at Seven o' Clock. Note, Phifico-Taeokigical Leflures will alfo be conti4l|?d every Sunday Evening, at Six o* Clock. The Subject defign'd for Tomorrow Evening Will be upon the Creation and Deluge, wherein Mr. WTnfton's Hypothefes of the Similarity of Days and Years before the Fall of Adam, and of the Deluge being effected by a Comet, will be prov'd realonable, &c. _ IE/HER HAS Charles Hannah, Apprencice VV to Mr. Johnftn, Peruke-Maker, next Door to trie King's Arms and Tun Tavern in the Strand, abfented himfelf from- hi* ftbJttr's Senice ra Wedneflay laft; if he will return he (hall be kindly waSt*4j aad whoever catettsins him will be profecuted for the fame.
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