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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 14, 1943, London, Middlesex Itftimb. 27At* 4 FRIDAY, Januarys '743 To the A UTHOR, adxxlib that 111 neceffary for the Support of Govern- ment, fo does every Body allow that the colieftingthem by way of Excife the moil grievous Method that couH be introduced in a Nation that c Part of the Mediterranean, and to abandon in a //had b� n0 Means I have often wondered, that having fo many Projectors amongft us, fcone iave rack'd their Brains, and offer d Schemes to alter that Method into fome other more agreeable to our Conltituton; -mH fure had thofe Patriots that fo vigoroufly and fuccefs- Excif Of the Excife ^Office, for >eing calrd. by the Name Name, where the Duties nakinff our own Candles. are compounded : My Obje&ion is to the Subje&ion every Family lies under of having their Houfes entered at all Hoars, and fearch*d, upon Sufpicion of this or the other thine,'which could not be greater in the molt arbitrary Country, and only to be tolerated in this becaufe it is impofed by Afts of Parliament, whofe Laws are properly of our own making. But reading your Paper of /Friday Jaftv I could not help obferving a Piece of Home News you gave us, viz. that you heard a Sch�fcie would foon be pre-fented to Parliament for taking ijfi^ the Excife of Teas, Coffee and Chocolate, &c. Wiiat foundation known I did not believe it, becaufe I look'd upon it as impoSBIe that the Nation would, or indeed could, in the prefent Situation of Affairs, part with fo confiderable a Revenue as thofe Articles muft needs bring in : But this Obje&ion was remov'd upon my reading your Paper of this Day, wherein it is propos'd to raife an equal or greater Sum in-another Shape, quite voluntarily; for I fuppofe it is meant, that all Families not being willing to drink Tea are to be exonerated, and not obliged to compound ; and if fo, I think" the Author of that Letter has hit upon a Method to which there can be no Objedtors, but fuch as Excife-Officers, Smugglers, and Trades-Folks that buy their run Goods ; whereas the Eaft-India Company, the fair Trader, and every individual Family; will be Gainers by this Alteration; the firft will fell their Commodities at better Prices, the fecond will be opon an Equality with the unfair Traders, and the laft will pay but Two Shillings and Six Pence for double as much they now do : For fuppofmg that each PerfoiT drinks but One Pound of Tea in the Courfe of the Year, the Cuftom and Excife Duties on the fame is but little lefs than Five Shillings; befidesthat, the Lives of many of his Majefty's Subjects will be prefervM,,(fevbral being frequently kili'd in the Skirmishes between the King's Officers and the Smugglers) and many will avoid perpetual Imprifoiunent; fend the Nation will be relieved in part from the ftanding Army of Officers, fo often, fo loudly, and fojuftlycom-plain'dof: For I am for Liberty and Property, a fair, free, land unmolefted Trade, and no Search. S I 7- ujhznt Reader, &c. C. A. tyeaU January 12. CAME down and faiPd, the Neptune, Knowler, for Oporto ,- and the Rachael and Ann, Mahon, for Falmouth. Came down, the Shark Sloop, and retnains with the Princefs Royal. Wind N. E. 'An ExtraS of a private Letter from a Minifter ^/Vienna, dated Jan. 8. * The Court of a certain foreign Minifter here having * been informed of the Progrefs that the Spanifli Troops * are making in the Territories of his Sardinian Majefty, * of the Resolutions which the Courts of France and Madrid 4 have taken to oblige this Prince to break his Alliance � with her Majefty of Hungary, and unite hlmfelf to Spain * and its Allies, and that the Marquis de la Mina, the * rather to induce him to change hisMeafures, was charged * to offer him very advantageous Conditions, and is veiled * with full Powers to conclude' a Treaty with him there- * upon, has fent very important Difpatches relating to the * Pofture of Affairs in Savoy, to its above-mention'd * Minifter; who, purfuant to the Orders of his Court, Qu * prefent unlucky was in, did not Majefty ...... W(P . rince the definitive Treaty which had been o fend their Subscriptions to the Rev. M,. Nicoils, in Nt.rth-Audfey-St ect, near Grofvenor-Squarc j or to the 'oikwing Bookftrlier, Mr, Inny$, in St. Paul's Church-Yard 5 Mr, Clarke, under the Royjl Excuange j Mr, Pemberton^ in Fleet-Street; Mr. Millar, in the Strand j or Mr. Harding, in St, Merlin's-leaner - Laft between Five and Six o'Clock, at his Houfe m Jermyn-Stteet. ;d laft Niehft that the Worcefter fal Petty War,vwith the ]V a . _ #, . Jamaica, was arriv'd off the Start. Yefterday died of a Piuretick Fever, at his Hotlfe in Craven-Street in the Strand, Col. Morris, many Years a Lieutenant-Colonel of General DalzelPs Regiment of Foot. On Wedn^fday died at Hummerton the Rev. Dr. Gofling, Archdeacon of Bath and Wells. We hear the Duke of Montrofe lies dangeroufly ill at his Houfe in Grofvenor-Square. Stephen Bifle, Efq; Clerk of the Crown in Chancery, has appointed Mr. Thomas Pratt to be his Deputy, in the room of Mr. George Lathbury. On Wednefday laft the Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor held the firft General Seal before Hillary Term, when a Difpenfation pafs'd the Great Seal to enable the Rev. William Ford, M. A. Chaplain to the Right Hon. the Lord Vifcount Irwin, to hold the Re&ory of Foxholes in the County and Diocefe of York, together with the Vicarage of Weaverthorpe in the County and Diocefe aforefnid. As alfo a Difpenfation to enable the Rev. John Rogers, M. A. Chaplain to the Bifhop of Briftol, to hold the Reitory of Brinfton-Diverell; together with ' minfter, both in the County of Wilts ________ Yefterday Morning, the Rev. Mr, Tobias Ruftat, M. A. was appointed Fellow of Jefus College in Cambridge, in the room of Mr. William Whitfield,, deceas'd. Laft Night feveral Soldiers who have deferted from the Garrifons of Gibraltar and Port-Mahon, were brought under a ftrong Guard to the Savoy, in order to be tried for Defertion. On Saturday laft a young Man of Richmond was deteftcd in robbing the King's Park there of a confiderable Number of Pheafants, and being carried before the Bench of Juftices, who were fitting at Mdulfey, he ixnpeach'd feveral of his Accomplices, againft whom Warrants are granted. We hear that Dr. Mortimer, of Dartmouth-Street, Weft-minfter, Fellow of the College of Phylicians, and Secretary to the Royal Society, intends to carry on the Account of the Succefs of inoculating the Small-Pox, whether in England or beyond Sea, upon the fame Plan as was begun by Dr. Jurin, and carried on by the late Dr. Scheuchzer to the End of the Year 1728. On Sunday next two Charity Sermons will be preachM at St. Bennet Fink, for the Benefit of Broad-Street-Ward Charity Children ; that in the Morning by the Rev. Dr. King, Redtor of St. Michael in Crooked-Lane ; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Sandiford, Leflurer of Bartholomew two PariA which was the more important to her Majefty of Hungary, as the Prefervation of the Dominions which (he pofTefs'd in Italy abfolutely depended thereupon: That it was much to be apprehended that his ?fty, notwithstanding his Good-Will towards c the Houfe oi^fria, would take Party with Spain, in 9 order the more effe&uaUy to preferve his Dominions : * This was the more to be fear'd, becaufe in fuch Cafe the * BritUh Fleet would be couftrain'd to retire from that in the Morning by the Rev. Dr. Thomas, Refidentiary of St. Paul's; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Cookfey, Reftor of St. Antholin. On Sunday Morning next^a Charity Sermon will be preach'd at the Parilh Churdibf St. Andrew Underfhaft i^ " Leadenhall-Street, for the Benefit of the Charity Children of Aldgate Ward, by the Rev. Mr. Allen, of St. Mary at Lambeth. , Yefterday Several Noblemen belonging to the Gentlemens .Jockey-Club were at the White Horfe Inn. in-Fleet-Street, to fee the worderful Gigantick Pruffian Colt, and acknowledged it the moil furprifing Creature of its kind ever yet feen; and tho1 fo large a Creature, is a* nimble as a Greyhound, and as gentle as a Lamb ; and is to be feen by one or more, from Nine in the Morning till Four in the Afternoo. This Evening will be performed, Opera. > At the Theatre Royal in Coyent-Garden of Damafcus, with Perfeus and Andromeda. l Water at London ia, the Morning, ar /Uiimrau/-UttL'c> ii January, 174 CT'HE Leave of Abfence giv^n tn the Officers and Seamen belonging to bis Majefifs Ships the Sbeetnefs and Royal Efcape being expired, the Lords' Com-tnijjsoners of the Admiralty do friiily charge them to repair immediately on, board the Princefs Royal, which is ft ting out at Chatham for the Sea, in which Ship they nxjill be paid their Wages for the Sheernefs and Royal Efcape, arid two MonthsJrages- Advance ; but if atiy of the Jaid Petty Officers and Men fail to repair on board the faid Ship Princefs Royalt they will not only lofe the a fore-men t ion* d Payment st but will be alfo apprehended and tried at a Court-Martial Defe Tho. Corbett. Admiralty-Office, tz January, 1742. I CJ^HE Lords Cotnmiftloners of the Admiralty having ordered his Majefty s Ship the Monmouth to proceed to Spithead, where jhe will be paid on her Arrival; it is their Lord/hips DireBion, that all the Seamen who were turned over from the Princefs Louifa into her, and art abfent i frsm their Duty, do immediately repair on hoard the faid Ship, her Captain being directed to Run all fuch as do not appear on board by the zzd inftant; after which time ail rtseh at are then ahfent will not only lofe their Wages, hut alfo be liable to be taken up as Deferters, and tried at a Court-Martial. Tho. Corbett. T Order of tbt ikvo trM* ibe CGmm'ijfioners of his Majefty s Cttftoms, &c. this Day, being the X^th inftanty at One 0* Clock in the Afternoon, will be fold, one black Mare, with her Smuggling Furniture, at the White Horfe Livery-Stable in Seething-Lane, near Tower*Street9 London* CT* H E Charitable Corporation for Rehf of induftrious Poor, &c will hold a General Court, by Adjournmentt at their Houfe in Spring-Garden, on Friday the 2 ift Day of January infant, at Eleven in the Forenoon. Jo n Ni?d, Secretary. HE Brethren of th- Arrant ami Honourable Order of GREGOREANS, belonging to the King's Head Chapter in Great Tower-Street, aredcfuM to meet at the laid Houfe this Evening, at Six o* Clock, to chufe Committee-Men for the current Year.*" G. L. Secretary� JOSEPH TRIGG E, Mercer, IS remov'd from Ludgare-Hill to the Sign of Queen Elizabeth's Head, (late Mr. Halfey*s, the Blackmoor's Head} within three Doors of St. Paul's, in Ludgate-Street 5 where he hepes fuch Cuftomers as are ufed to the Shop, and are not otherwife eugag'd, will con-tiflue their Favour. _ At the Corner of Lincoln*s Inn Fields, near Clare- Market, on T Wfdnefday the zd of Feb. at Five in the Evening, 1 COURSE of AN ATOM A and and the Principles of proper Leftures, bv ^ FR 'N GY: in which the Ammal (JliCUNOT PHY'SICK, wiJi be carefully UJaftratod I C H O L L S, M. D. and IO. LAWRENCE, M.D. and Prof Anat.Oxott, te, a Compendium, relating to the icveral Matters to be explain'd id Ledturcs, is fold by J. Ckrjt, under the Royal Exchange; and c. m's Hearfl betu Hawkins, at MiJ :en the Temple-Gates, Bookfellert. \ji inflant, at Six in the Evening Rc^tq, ever the Bedford Ceffee-Hfofe, it Piazzas, Covent- Garden,' AGULIERS DR. DESAGULIERS begins a Courfe of Experimental Phil^fopby and Aftrohorrfy, wherein the principles of Mech?nicks, Hydroftat'cks, Pneurnaticks and Opticfcs,- are jexpbin'd and demonflrated by abeut 3C0 Experiments; and the Aftronotny fe made eafy and diverting by Planetarium* and feveral new Machine, wherebj the Morions, ^Vlagnitud^s, Dffiances of the Heavenly Bodies, and Phcenomeaa of the Tides, are exactly ihewn and explained. Subfcriprions are tnken in by, and Catalogues may be had of Mrs. Senex, over-againft St. Dunftan's Chuirh in Fleet-atree^, and Mr. Qhanguion, 35 Juvenal*s Head, near Somerfet-Houfe in the Sttand, Bookfeller*; and of^ Mr. Margas, Spectacle-Maker, at Charing-Crofs j aad at theBcdfcniCoffi^l, Houfe in Covent-Garden aforekid, \r; 1U UTA
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