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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 3, 1943, London, Middlesex The Numb. 3731, MONDAY, JanitarV 3, 1743. SI IS Deal, January 1. IS Majefty's Ship the Peregrine arriv'd from Plymouth ; tne Augultus Casfar, Hampton, from Leghorn ; the Lufitania, Dickerfon, from Jamaica; and the Baltimore, --, from Virginia. The Men of War, with the Montagu^ for India, and the Outward-bound, remain. The Pretty Betfey, for Jamaica, is come down. An ExtraS of a Letter from a foreign Minijier at Paris, dated Dec. 31. ' The Court of France is very much dilgufted with the * Condaft of that of Great Britain, in refufing not only to 'co-operate, in order to bring about tne Tranquility of * Europe, but likewife by inducing and encouraging the ' Court of Vienna to continue the War, and to rejetl all * Proportions of Accommodation. His mod Cnriftian ' Majefty, by nis Minifters, takes Pains to perfuade all k Europe that his Intentions are upright and pure, and have ' no other Tendency than to quench the Fire of the W;:r : * To this End, he has caufed. a new Plan of P chcation 'concerning the Succeffion of the Dominions of t..e Houfe ' of Aujlria to be communicated to the States Genual. ' The Ambafladdr from Holland has rcceiv'i _i Aiifwer ' from their High Mightineffes relating to tnis Plan, wit 1 * the firmeft Afluraflces that the States General will ufe * their good Offices with the Courts of London and Vienna, * in order to bring them into a pacifick Difpofition ; but * as the French Miniltry very plainly forefces that her ' Majefty of Hungary, depending upon the Forces of Great 1 Britain, will continue to talk in her nfual Language, ' the Court, by the Advice of its Council, is refoiv'd to 'complete the Armies which it hath in Bavaria, and to * augment them with 40000 Men; to irud 60000 of its ' Forces into Lorrain, and the three Bilhopricks; and to ' form three Camps in Flanders, which are in the whole ' to confift of 100000 Men, are to extend from Dunkirk ' to Tbionvitte, and will cover all the Frontiers.' From the London Gazette. Copenhagen, Dec. 25. The Afiatick Company has fer.t out three Ships this Year, one to Tranqueb*r, ana , .> 10 China. They fail'd from hence fix or eignt Day: ago, cn-. are not yet got out to Sea : The former lies obltru&oi with Ice between this Place and Ellenore, and the two latter are ftill in the Sound. Geneva, Dec. 30. The Spaniards have pafs'd the River Ifere, made themfelves Matters of t.ie Cattle of Apremont, and taken the Garrifon, confifting of a hundred and fifty Men, Prifoners of War. Paris, fan. 5. We have Advice here, that the King of, Sardinia, after having withdrawn all the Magazines and Troops he had in Chambery, had abandon'd that Place on the 27th paft, and that the Spaniards had taken Poffeffion of it the next Day. His Sardiniaa'Majefty had alfo quitted the Entrenchments and the Camp he had at Montmelian, and was "retiring towards Aeguebelle. LONDON. On Saturday Morning came Advice,_that his Majefty's Ship the Phaeton Fire-Ship, Capt. Seaton, arriv'd at Ship-head on Friday, from Jamaica ; He came out in Company with his Majefty's Ship the Boyne, (on board ot which is Admiral Vernon) and feveral other Men qf Wr^r, for England, all which he left well in the Windward-Paffage. As the Wind ftill continues fair, we every Moment expect the Admiral's Arrival at Spithead. The greateft part of the Cargo of the Betty, Capt. Crawford, that was run on Shore near HartLnd in D^von-fhire, is loft, and the Ship fo much damaged as not to be any more fit for Service. On Saturday there was a great Court at St. James's, to compliment his Majefty on the New Year, Laft Week' died at Windfor the Rev. Dr. Andrew Snape, for many Years one-of the Prebendaries of that Collegiate Church, and Frovoft of King's College in Cambridge. Yefterday the Right Rev. Dr. Willes, Bilhop of St. David's, was confecrated at the Archbiftiop of Canterbury's Chapel at Lambeth. On Friday laft died Mrs. Guiguer, Wife of Lewis Guiguer, Efq; univerfally lamented by all who had the Pleafure of her Acquaintance. On Saturday died Mr. Morris, an eminent wholefale Threadman without Bilhopfgate. On Thurfday about Noon Mr. Mears, a Patten-Maker, in Bifhopfgate-Street, was robb'd by five Fellows in the Fields going to Stepney of his Watch and Money. On Saturday a Man well drefs'd, with a Guinea and a half in his Pocket, was found hanging on a Tree near the Church at Stepney. On Friday laft a Sailor belonging to the Royal Guardian Indiaman fell from the Main-Top-Maft, broke both his Legs, fra&ur'd his Skull, and died in a few Minutes. On SaWday a Gardener's Man, who had been in Town felling Turnips, was found dead in his Cart near Chelfea. We hear great Numbers of the Gentry and others refort to Mr. Seward's Great Room, the farther End of the Blue Boar Inn in High Holborn, near Eagle-Street, Red-Lyon-Square, to fee his curious Medley of Entertainments. And we hear this Week's Medley will cpafift of feveral diverting prolls, to be perform'd by his grand Collection of Wax-Work: After which will be given gratis an entertaining Farce, (written by Mr. Garrick) call'd The Lying Valet: \'To which will be added, an Entertainment, call'd Harlequin's J Whim, orr.Qi"e Lady^-Gofiofity 5 with feveral Entertain-Of Oppreffion, Fraud, and.-Infult cow'r, Now fall the Creft, abate their Heat, And for the Peace they broke, implore. Recitative, by Mr. Beard. With arm'd Inv.ifion to demand, annoy ; To fport witu Horrors, and the Groans of War; To ravage, watte, and Unprovok'd deltroy ! Be that, Ambition, thy vain-glorious Care. Duet, by Mejf. Be.-tra cvd Bailey. To fhield the Weak, To make the Proud repine, To rigiit the Injur'd, That, Great -itoRGB, be thiner Air, by Mr. Bailey. While Europe thus, in equal poife, Her fnuling .Liberty enjoys, Wiicne'er, witii feeble Ckims, the Strong Of rightful Realms the Weak would wrong, To enu the Strife, Britannia's Lord S;.aii be:r t;:e B .l.-nu.- and the Sword. Such only is fiur- Caekr's View ; Sucn cn-y Glory c n be true. ' Chorus. f On Thee, Great ho , c e, Mankind rely, To re \ tveir Griefs* or fwell their Joy. We hear u it tins Evening Meff. Fawkes and Pinchbeck will entertain tie Town at their Theatre in James-Street, near the Hay-Market, with a new Play, call'd The Britifh Tafte, or the 3 llor's Rehearfal; which will be perform'd by Mr. Punch's celebrated Company of comical Comedians, being all of the true Englifh Growth, who have given great Satisfaction to the Town fine? rh'ir exhibiting their bright Talents. To wnich will be added, Mr. Pinchbeck's curious Mufical Clock, and a lively Representation of the Bay of St. Tropes, with the Demolition of the Spanifh Galleys. It is find theie Entertainments will be perform'd this Evening only during the'whole Week. 1 h.s' Evening .will be perform'd, At the Theatre Royal m Drurv-Lane, King Richard the Third. At the Theatre Royal m Covent-Garden, Love's Laft Shift. At the Theatre Royal in Lincoln's Inn Fields, King Kichard the Third, with the Imprifonment of Harlequin. : B A N~K~R_ U~"P T S. Robert Groome, o* Botolph-Laae, Orange-Merchant. Edmund Boteler, of Idle-Lane, London, Cooper. Edmund Sheafe, late of the Town of Woodftock in the County of Oxford, Innholder._ High Water it London-Bridge this Day at 47 Minutes after 4 in the Morning, and 4 after 5 in the Afternoon. Saturday HanK Mo^k was 142 3 4ths. India Stock 179 3 4ths, for the Opening. South-Sea Stock 111 3 4ths, for the Opening. Ditto Old Annuities 114. Ditto New 114 1 4th, for the Opening. Three per Cent. Annuities 101 7 8ths", for the Opening. Ditto 1742, 101 7 8ths, for the Opening. Million Bank 116. Equivalent 112, for the Opening. Royal Affurance 83 3 4ths, for the Opening. London Afiurance 11 5 8ths. tngffh Copper 4I. 7s. 6d. Welfli ditto 15s. African, no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 111. Five per Cent, ditto 76. New Bank Circulation 3I. 15s. Prem. India Bonds 4I. 8s. a gs. Prem. Three 1 half Salt Tallies 2, Prem Three 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prem. Three per Gent, ditto 2, Difc._ .___ SUCH Mm as art- in f rilbn in md about the City of London and Weftminftcr for their Fees only, (provided the Crimes tor which they, were committed were not ot a Capital Nature) and all poor Debtors who areconfin'd for fmall Sums, may recover their Liberty, by directing a Letter to Mr. Daubin, at the two red Lamps in Old Bjnd-Street, with an Account where they are confin'd, for what Caulc, how much Money will releafe them, with their Names and Occupation^__ Culto'i -Houie, Lonuon, 31 December, 1742. CT'H E ( omnt-ffioners nf his Mni-fty's Cuftoms having received a Letter from Edinburgh, dated the zoth infant, fegnd True Brittons, in relation to feveral Frauds that have been committed, and are Jiill carrying on, to the Prejudice of his Majefys Cuftoms ; if the Per/on or Perfons tubo ivrote the faid Letter ixill be more particular in their Information, fo that the Offenders 'tnay be brought to Juftice, the Per/on or Perfons making fuch Difcovery Jhall receive all due Encouragement, and, if defer d, their Names Jhall be conceaPd. Signd by Order of the faid Commiffioners, WilJiam Wood, Secretary. WHKREAS the Northampron(hire Society will hold their next Feaft at Mr. Ely Hiiliefs, the Twelve Bells in Bride-Lane, Fleet-Street, on Wednefday next, the 5th inftant; all Gentlemen that have a Mind to Honour them with their Compnnv, are defir'd t� take their Tickets at the aforefaid Houfe by Sax o'Uock .tomorrow Night. - � Note, Stewards are provided for the Year enfuing. December 27, 1742. THE Inhabitants or the Parifli of St. Mary Iflingtbri, purfrant to an Order of Veftry jnade for tha^Pur-pofe, do hereby promife a Reward" of Ten Pounds to any Perfsn or Perl rs who fliall 'apprehend any Highwayman; Footpad, or Houfebreaker, within the faid-Paiiih, provided fuch Highwayman, Footpad, or HouLbreaker, be convifted of committing either of the faid Robberies in the faid Parifh within twelve Kalendar Months from the Date hereof. The faid Reward to be paid b/the Churchwarden immediately after fuch ponviflion. From the Lying-in Infirmary in Jermyn-Street. THE LECTURES in MI DWI FRY and PHYSIC will begin on Monday next, the idth infiant, at Five in the Afternoon, By Sir Richard Manningham, Knt. M. DXF. R.S. and of the College of Fbr/tcians, London. Note, The LECTURES in PHYSIC *iil be read feparately, and begin on Monday the } .ft inftar.t. I' " HEREAS J. hath for ten Dayi^part; abfented himfelf from his Acouawtance; this is to inform him, that if he will call at the White Swai Inn on Holborn-Bridgc, he (hair be kindly received, and will have propes'd to him what will grearJy contribute to his Advantage. \k/HEREAS it hath bem aovert-is'd in V V this and other Papers in or about the Month of Oftebcr 174.T, that Thomas Budd, late Receiver of tlie Rents ot fevcn.1 Eflatcs in tiie County of Middlefex and N01 thamptonfhire, belorging to' his Grace the Duke bf Powis, bad withdrawn himfeif, and Twenty Guineas Reward was c^fer'd for apprehending him ; he having fir.ee fjbmisted himfelf to the Duke's Clemency, thi3 is to recal and annul thi Rcwarti of the faid Twenty Guineas. HEKKAS on Tuefday the 20th or* July laft, Ralph^Adderley, Offler at ti.e Spur Inn in the Borough of Southwark, was found murder'd rn the Hayloft, which Murder is fuppos'd to have been committed by one Joel Craven,'who was Under Oftlcr at the faid Inn, and abfcqnded immediately : The faid Joel Craven formerly liv'd at Mr. Chatterton's, the White Horfe and Half-Moon, London-Wail; and was likewife a Groom to Henry Ihboifon, Efqj at Leeds in Yorkfli re : The faid Jcel Craven is about twaa'y-two Years of Age, ana abcotfive Foot four Inches high, a llender thin Man plomp fjced, and ,bn ad ihouider'd ; the Teeth cf his upper J3W projecting, or coming forward beyond the undsr ^ He took away with him a large Silver V/ntch, the Maker's Name Vernon -. Wtioe.er will fecure him, fo as he may be brought to Juftice,'fhail rSeeiv� Twenty Guineas Reward, to be paid by me Samuel Adderlet, At the Cock and Bot-ir ir C.'tr�n Street, London. WHEREAS ( n - William ;\(:wtou, a, - ar-penter, ftands charg'd by two Perfons now in Gaol with feloniouDy ftcali.-g a large Quantity of Erals Cocks, the Property cf'Samuel Bifiiop, Diftiller, in Whitecr jfs-Strcat; and whereas the faid William Newton has abfeonded, and fled from his Houfe; whoever will .-pprehend him, fo thaC he may be brought to Juftice, /bail receive Five Guineas Reward of me . amuel B'jhop. IF John Wild, Son or Daniri W iM, of Duckingfield, near Aihton under Line, in the Comity of Chefter, will apply to James Grefliam, at the Bell Inn in Wood-Street, he will hear of fontething to his Advantage; or if any Perfon will give Notice at the above Inn whether the faid John Wild is living or dead, they fhall be rewarded for their Trouble^_^_ AT the KING'S THEATRE in the HAY-MARKET, Tcmoirow, being the 4th of January, will be perform'd a new OPERA, call'd E N R ICO. With Dances and other Decorations entirely new. Pit and Baza to be put together j. and no Perfon- to he a";'.ittrd without Tickets, -which will be deliver*d. that Day at the Oihce in Jie Hiy-MajlMt, at Haifa Guinea each. Galleiy Five Shilling'. By His MAJEbTY's Command, No Perfon whatever to be admitted l-e'fnd the Scenes. To begin at Six o'Cwc'i:. The Sihir Tickets ivill be delivered to the Swjiriiert at the Opera-Office, where Attendance will he given from Nine to O-.e fir that Purpcfe. By Defire of feveral Gentlemen and Ladies. AT Hickford*sGreat Room in Panton-Ntreet, near Leicefter-FTelds, on Wednefday next, the 5th inftant, will be A BALE. The Tickets Half a Guinea each, which will admit two Perfons. The BALL will begin at Ten o' Clock. Note, Tea and Chocolate wil be given gratis. Tickets to be had at the Thatch'd Houfe, St. James'1; Street; at the Mews Coffee-Heufe, near Charing-Crofs; at rhe Bedford Coffee-Houfe, u- ot-r the Piazzas. Covent-Garden ; at George's Cjfree-Houfe, without TempKBar ; at Mr. Aftley's, on Ludgate- Hill; at Mr. Wenman's, beliind the Koyal Etchange ; and at Hickford's Roorru__^___ Bv particular Defire AT the Theatre Roval in Lincoln's Inn Fields, this Day, will be prefented the Hiftory of Ki g R 1 : H A D the Third. Containing the Diftreifes nnd Death^ of King Henry the Sixth ; The Murder of the two youn^. Princes in the Tower; Andvthe tnemorable Battle of E61 worth-Field, being the laft tliat was fough' N\ between the Houles of York and Lancaster. The Part of Kirlg Richard to be perform'd by Mr. CIBBER; King Henry the Sixth, Mr. (jitrard ; Earl of Richmond, Mr. W. Giii'ard ; Queen Elizabeth, Mrs. Butler; Young King Edward the Fifth, Mil's Cibber ; Duke or York, Mi's Naylor; Duke of Buckingham, Mr. Pete/'on 5 Stanley, Mr. Mozeen; Catelby, Mr. Dighton'; P*a[clif7, Mr. Naylor ; Norfolk, Mr. Freeman; Oxford, Mr. Patrenden ; Lord Mayor, Mr. Dunftall; Blunt, Mr. Clough ; Tinel, Mr. Dove; Forreft, Mr. Julian} Dutchcfe of York, Mrs. Bambridge ; And the Part of Lady Anne by Mrs. Gilford. With a Sailor's Dance by Mr. Taylor. To which will be added a Pantomime Entertainment, call'd The I'M PRISONM EN i .�f HARLEQUIN. With Alterations. The Character of Harlequin by Mr. Rofoman ; The Father, Mr.JuliaH; the Clown, Mr. Dove; the Re:�u, Mr.Peterfon; Colombine, Mrs. Dunftall; Dwarf Spirits by the two Mifters Gran;er and Mife Naylor; Shepherds, Peafants, Nymphs, &c. by Mr. Carney, Madem. Roland, Mr. Lapierre, Mr. PelT.ng, Mr. Granier, Mils Story, the two Mife Scotts, &c. Concluding with a Reprefentation of the AUTOMATONS ; Being tlu;ee MECHANICAL FIGURES, invented by the ingenious and celebrated Mr. Vaucanfon. Places for the Boxes to be taken at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. At COMMON PRICES, vz. Boxes 4.s. Pit as. 6d. Firft Gallery is. 6d. Upper Gallery 1 s. To prevent any Interruption in the Movement of the Scenes, Machines, &c. 'tis hoped no Perfon will take it ill they cannot be admitted behind the Scenes. Note, As the Pantomime is added at common Pikes, no latter Account can be taken.__________ HE Prop ietorsof the AUTOMATONS, invented by Mr. VAUCANSON, hopes the Rept'fentinon of their Figures on the Stage of Lincoln's Inn Fid-is Phyhoule wiiJengaae the Curious to come and f.-e the Originals, at the Long Room o�g^affiya-Houfe in the Hay-Market, where they will continue to be feH)i4 longer, for a Shilhng each Perfon. _ AT Lord Cobham'sHead, Coi-i-B Tomorrow, the 4th inftant, in the Evening, CONCERT of Vocal and Inftrumental M US I C By very eminent Matters. To begin exa&ly at_ Note, Each Perfon � pay Six P_� Admittance; the f; 1 in the Reckoning.
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