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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 21, 1943, London, Middlesex                                Numb. F RID AY,   J a a u a r y 21,  174^. jQ^fl/, January 19. . | A M E down tfte Blaridford Man of War ; the Shirley, Thompfon, the Bonetta, Hammond, and the Clarendon, Compton, all far Jamaica ; the Neptune, Tivitoe, for Lifbon ; the Voluntier, Bafnett, for Montferrat ; the Britannia,-Lathfield, for Barbadoes; the Greyhound, Perkins, for Georgia; the Gilbert, Pringle, and the Neptune, joyd, both'for Antigua j and remain, with the Greyhound, and Shark. , Sail'd, the Tryton, Harrifon, for Gibraltar ? jnd the Panther, Bell, for St. Kit's. Wind W. N. W. /b ExtraS of a Letterfrom Francfort, dated Jan. 21. < The Minifter from the King 6f Prvjfia, as iileftor of ;i Brandebourg, at the Imperial Court, having receiv'd a i feW Days ago fome InftrudTiohs from Berlin, tending to. < provide for the Security of the Publick, and fetting up* �^ Mediation to adjuft Diffejences arifen between tbe .� Me^oers-Of the Empire, read them to feveral Mini-era � fan Electors, and other Princes*; and moreover added, .$ that his Orders permitted him to. concert in an amicable <, Manner with all the Miniilers who compofe the two firft <-Coileges of the Diet, but not formally to treat, with 1 them, nor to give either a Copy or an Extract of his < Inftruclions, until the Refcript of the Deel? ration of his < Pruflian Majefty had been distributed in all the European � Courts. Some of the Articles of the above-mention'd ' Initraftions are to the following Purpofe: < That the *' Electors, Princes and Circles, fball ad in Concert, and �< employ their Mediation for accommodating the Diffe-" rences arifen amongft the Powers in War, and for eftablith-" ing a good Harmony between them : That in order the " more effectually to fucceed therein, the Maritime Powers, �w and they only, (hall be invited to concur in fuch Media-" tion : That every Electoral Prince and Circle fhall take " fpecial Care to keep an �xact Neutrality, and to fupport �' and maintain the Honour and Dignity of the Emptror; i' in default whereof, they are to be put under the " Ban of the Empire : That in order to prevent any " Difturbances during the Negociations, and to prevent " the xMisfprtunes with which the Empire is threaten'd, it ,( will be neceflary not only to hinder all foreign Troops, " without Diftinttion, from entering into Germany, but �' even to oblige thofe which are there already, either by "farMeans or"ioul, to march out of that Country : And v in order the more effectually to bring about this Project, " his Pruflian Majefty, as Elector of Brandebaurg, had " firmly refolv'd and engaged himfelf to concur in this *( Project with his .Cooncil, and all his Forces." L     ON     D     O     N. Letters from Geneva by the laftJFrench Mail" import, that the Spaniards were then within half a League of that Place, and threaten'd to force the Bridge that lies over the Arve, and committed great Outrages in the Territories of the Republick { upon which the Council had refolv'd, with Confent of the People, to receive into the Town 1200 cf the Canton of Zurick and Bern. Yelterday Morning, about Two o'Clock, a Quarrel happen'd at the Tilt-Yard Coffee-Houfe, between Capt. Wilfon and Capt. Skirret, of Col. Foulke's Regiment of Foot, and a Duel enfued,* when Capt. Skirret was run through the Body, and died directly. Capt. Wilfon made his Efcape. We hear his Majefty has been pleas'd to appoint the Right Hon. the Lord Berkley, of Stratton, to be Captain of the Yeomen of the Guards, in the room of the Earl of Effex, deceas'd. We hear that Thomas Bladen, Efqj is appointed Governor bf Maryland, in the roonvof Samuel Ogle, Efq? ' Advice has been receiv'd from -Maryland, that John Carter, Efq; his Majefty's Secretary, and one of the Council of that Colony, was lately dead. The Governor had appointed John Robinfon, Efq; to fiicceed him, till his Majefty's Pleafure' be known. The Lords of the Admiralty have appointed Capt. WilliamBoyce to be Commander of his Majefty's Ship the Brdtiiv.ore, and Capt. Peter Toms to be Commander of the Saltafli. John Wynn, Eiq; Member of Parliament for the Town of Denbigh, is appointed Deputy-Cofferer of his Majefty's Houfhold, in the room of William Sloper, Efq; deceas'd. On Tuefday Morning about One the Election for the Provoft of King's College ended, when the Rev. Dr.George, the Head Mailer of Eton-School, was elected. Yelterday his Majefty was choien Governor of the Royal African Company, Sir Biby Lake, Bart. Sub-Governor, and Charles Hays, Efq; Deputy-Governor; ^nd this-Day the following Gentlemen will be  therby, Elq; Mr. John- Hickman, Mr. Richard Holland, Francis Hop'egood, Efq; Benjamin Hume, Efq; Thomas Orby Hunter, Efq; James Knight, Efq; Atwill Lake^ Efqj John-Laroche, Etq; Benjamin Periam, Efq; William PerihA Efq;. Sir WHliWSaunderfon," Bart. George Speke-,- Eiqjr , Jofaa -Spoonttr Efq> PhiliptraJienJ, Efq; The Worft&sfal Company of Sadlers met Yelterday at their HaH in. jCfteapfide, to cejebrate his Royal Highhef6 the Prince of Wales's Biith-Day,. and had an elegant Eritertammeftt-, -illuminatedV their Hall, and drank the loyal Healths to his.rvlajefty, their Royal HigKhefTes the Prince and Princefs of Wale3,:trre Ditke; and all the reft of the &6yal Family.       ""' �Yefterday Mary S$ixoh was committed by^Alderman Ladbrooke to Wood-Street-Compter, for uttering a counterfeit Guinea : By Jier'T3erBaviour it's feafvdMfijj.,has! done great Prejudice to niany People by jutting off this1'fort of Money. "'.'...'. On Sunday next two Charity Sermons .will be preached at St. Martin Outwich, for the Benefoiof Broad-Street Ward Charity Children ; that in the Morning by the Rev. Mr. "Townley, Lecturer of St. Dunftan^s in the Eaftr; and that, in the Afternoon by the Rev/ Mr. Pettlngall, A. M1. Preacher at Duke-Street Chapel, Weftminfter, and Chaplain to the Right-Rev. the Lofd Bimop.ofChicheitej-.. .The fame Day two Sermons- will be preachM at thi � Parifh Church of St. Leonard in Shoreditch, for 100 poor , Children belonging to the faid Parifh; that in- the Morning by the Rev. Mr, Lawrence, Lecturer of St. Botoiph Bifbopf-.1 gate; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Nicholfon, L^turer of St. Sepulchre. This Evening will be perform'd, At the Theatre-Royal fn Drury-Lane, The Merchant of Venice. At the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, \The Firft Part of King Henry the Fourth._ Higa Water at London-Bridge this Day at 6 Minutes after 6 in the Morning, and 31 after 6 at Night. Yefterday Bank Stock was 143 1 4th. India Stock 178. South-Sea Stock \\\ 3 4ths. Ditto Old. Annuities 113 7 8ths. Ditto New 114 1 4th a 3 8ths. Three perCenr. Annuities 101 3 4ths a 7 8ths. Ditto 1742, 101 3 4ths a 7 8ths.   Million Bank 118.   Equivalent no;   Royal Affu- | ranee 84.   London AiTurance u 5 8ths. Englifh Copper 4I. 1 7s. 6d. Welfh ditto, no Price. African, no Price. Stt�n per Cent. Emperor's Loan no 1 4th. Five per Cent, ditto 76. New Bank Circulation 4I. Prem. India Bonds 4I. 7s: Prem. Three 1 half Salt Tallies 2, Prem. Three 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 2, Difc._-__ cr9 h E  CbarUable Cq> {.oration for ke'.ief of � induftrious Poor, &c 'will hold a General Court, by Adjournment, at their Houfe in Spring-Garden, this Day, the Zlf of January, a*t Eleven in the Forenoon. -   -_"John Nirid; Secretary. j" HE S UKR c. K5, by the ifpaniOi Depredations are dVir'd to meet at the CroWn Thy era behind the Royvl Exchange on Wednefiay..next, the' i$ih. iaftant^at ElevJn o'Clock prccifgly, on fpecial Affii'k.______"'v.'. %  '   , THE DE Al.KR-S in  IE A are dcfir'd to meet at the Swan Tavern in Exchapge-AUey, CQrnhill, this Day, being the sift inftant, at Six'o' Clock in the Afternoon precifcly. . T the KING's THEATRE in the HAY-MARKET, qp TEurfday next, the 47th of January, will be A B A        L        L. Tickets will be deliver'd to Subfcribers on Wednefday next, at White's Chocolate-Houfe m St. James's Street. Ibis Evening, at bix o*Clock, At his Experimental-Room ever the Bedftrd Cqffet-Houfe, in the Great Piazzas, Coveni-Garden, DR. DESAGULIERS begins a Courfe of Experimental Philofophy and Afeononily, >wherein the Principles nf Mechanicks, Hydroftaticks, Pneumaticks and Opticks, are explain'd and demonftrated by absut 300 Experiments; and the Aftronomy is made eafy and diverting by PJanetariums and feveral new Machines^ whereby the Motions, Magnitudes, Diftances of the Heavenly Bodies, and "Phenomena of die Tides, are exafitly fliewn and explain'd. Subfcriptions are taken in by, and Catalogues may be had of Mrs. Senex, over-againft St. Dunftan's Church in Fleet-Street, and iWr. Cnanguion, at � Juvenal's Head, near Somerfet-Houfe in the Strand, Bookfeilers j and of Mr. Margas, Spe�bcle-Maker, at Charing-Crofs; and at tlie Bedford Cbftee-Houfe in Covent-Garden aforefaid._ On Monday next^ the 2^tb injiant, at Four o"'Clock in the Afternoon^ will begin, At the Elnhoratory in New-Street-Square, near Fetter-Lane, ACOURSE  of   CHEMISTRY, Philofophical and Pradtical; in a View to the actual Improvement cf Natural Philofophy, Medicine, Trade, and the Art itfelf: by W. LEWIS. To be conrinu'd every other Day, at the fame Hour, ull the whole is completed._' On Monday tbe 3'ijt uftant, at Five m ibt Evening, will begin ACOURSE of ANATOMY, in which will be derrkmftrated the Manner of performing the principal Or t rations in Surgery, and the Application-of their refpective AByAC\V.' BROMFEIL D,   Surgton, At' his Houfe in Featherfione-Buildings,   Holborn. A Syllabus, relating to the feveral Subjefts to be explain'd in the Courfe, may be had of Mr. T. Tiye, Bookfeller, near Gray's Inn Gate, Holborn._________ TH E WHow of Nathaniel Griggs, who formerly kept the Lyons at Kiclc'fi End, and lately the Crown Cuftee-Houlc injKing-Street, near Guildhall, humbly begJ Leave to acquaint the Publick, that Qxe ftill continues to keep the faid Coffce-Hou'fe, where (he will'take particular Care to have every thing good of the fort; and humbly hopes the Friends of,her deceas'd. Hulband will continue their Favours to her, which w2l be 3 great ana" kind Relief to a Widow and fix Cnall Chiidrea. V-/ . T the K ING'? THEATRE in t-e _ _ HAY - MARKET, Tomorrow, being the -id of J^nujry, b^ peftbrm'd a new O.' ER'A, calj'd E      N      R      I      C With Dances and other Decurarons entirely n:w. < Pit wrf- Boxer, to bs put : ; Xfy be ^.nititu without fckets.^hich will be deliver'd that Day at the O.fxt in the Hiy-Mazkef, at Half a Guinea each.   G�H�:y five 5hi_lsng�. ^    , By. H's .MAJESTX'i. Cqmnund, Wo Per'bh whatever to be admitted behind the.- S;ena. The Gallery will be o^n'd at Fpur o' Clock, Pit and Boxes at Five. T?>   been   2t   Six   o'l'.ix-�      " . ,- > H E RE AS; fi rh " time Trr orabo r'the "Month of December laft, fcve-al Trees were rfand-ftin:Iy cut devn and carried away from off the Grounds'belonging' to Hide's rarrrij in rh-Parifli of Dagenharo, .in the-County of Eflix, late .in the ['odtiMati oFJohn he Jn cutting down and arryin^ away     .-.^ .., L    .,. may be convifted thet.vf, to be paid by Samuel Commtline, Attorney at Law, in Ttskenhoufe-Vard, London. ., / v  j-J    '-'' HERE AS  there; w-ts  a   Pa.cM^~hf Camwood" fhipp'd on board the Expedition, Tliorhas Elworthy, w Warehonfe for the Security of the Proprietor. STOLEN on Fridav the 14^-  hv.tant, bfween the Hours of Ninc'juid Twelve; from a Gentleman in the u c �a le� Hand in jfew" Bedford-Court b White-Ha.t-Yard, the Sum of 3^1. and upward* VVhoever wi(r bring, the ftid Money to Mr. Taylor's, the Sign of the Biirley-M;w in Drury-Lmc, rppafits RufTel!-Court, /hall have Six Guineas ReiAaid, and no Queftions a k'ti. No�r�wer Reward will be given ; and it the Money is not return'd forchwiib, the Per-fen Who ftoie it ihail ug yraf cuted. LOST on i'v:ond-.y ialt, a plain Gol i . uifiide Cafe of a Watch, fuppcs'd to be droptin cbeMaJl ill St. James's Park aba^t Two o'Clock. Whoever will bring it to the LW of the Bedford Coffee-Houfe, under _the Piazzas, Covent-Garden, ftail have Three Guineas- Reward. If offcr'd to lell or pawn, pny ftop. it, and you fball have the fame Reward j or if already ibid or pawa'd, the Money mail be return'd with Thanks. __Note,   No greater Rewajd will. be  ofjer'd^_ LOS T on Monday the 12th of December laft, between Clare-Market and Aldericate-Srreet, a double-cafed Watch, with a fquare-cut Steel ��in^ Hiil of Walflngham th.a MjRer.   Whoever will biing the _me to Mr. Humphry Remington, nt the Adam and Eve Aldiouf? in Jcwm-Street, near Aldcrigate-Sireet, mall have Two Guineas Reward, and no Queftions aik"d ; or if pawn'd or fold, - the Money again with Thanks, and all reafonable Charges. LOST   Yefterday,   becween-  Garraway's-Coffec-Houfe in Exchange-Alley and Biihopfgate- Street, a Gold-headed-Cane, chafed, the Creft a Leg in Arm ur, mgrav'd on the Head, Wh' ever will bring the lime to the B.ir at Garraw y's Coffee-Houfe hi Exchange-Alley, fliall receive a Guinea Reward, and 20 Qjjcdions alk'd._ LOST on Monday'laft, bttw.en T'jw.-r-Hill and the further End of Tower-Street, a Pocket-Book, with a Note of 201. in it, d:awn upon Mr. Mankfir.'on, Merchant, in Tower-Street 5 and two Letters and other Papers of no Ufe but to the Owner* Whoever brings the fame to Mr. William Smith, Conftzble and Perriwig-Maker, upon Great Tower-Hill, fhall have Five Shillings Reward, and no Queftions aik'd.   . CTOPT. a 1 abl^--Sl.>oon, old :afhionM, the Arms defaced, having had a Garter round it, and over all a Duke!< Coronet. The 0*n?r applying to the Three Bowis "the Corner of Cxown-Court, may have it again, pay:ng the Charge^_�  -   --      : -   - -.- , APer ion    tli at   un.dfTftanrls    Writing   and Accompts, and can be well recommended, is wanted to teach in a Boarding-School about fifteen Mijes from Ltndon. Enquire of Mr. RogeT Ulimk, Stationer, at Staple-Inn-Cate, Hoiborn-Bars.^__;_;_ Still   to   be   Se&n,        .    . ^ At tbe Virginia Coffee-Houfe behind the Royal Exchangi% VAriety of Luriofnies; among which are feveral curious Pieces of Shell-Work to. be fold. __... -:- Lately arrived from Gtntiany^ And to be feen at tbe Rummer Tavern, Lbaring-Crofs, /rant Eight in the Morning till Eight at Night, or to be fold. Al arge Milk-white OX, n neteen ,Hands high, fixteen Feet in length, twelve Feet in Girth about the Body, three Feet over his Pin-Bones, and as much as a Man can fathom or reach from the top of Ms Shoulder to the bottom of his Breaft, a Yard in the Shoulder or Blade-Bone, above three Feet round the Shin-Bone, his Legs but feven Inches long, and we ghs 3500 Weight j and what is mora remarkable, he is but a Twin, and never wis calv'd. Likewife the furprifing Lilliputian or Dwarf COW, from the J/l.ind of Cuba in the Spamfh Weft Indies, and one of the 4.00 that AJmiral V.-rn'on took there ; being but a little above two Feet high, and at her full Growth, having hjd two Calves, is big with the third, and gWes Milk. The Proprietor has been bid 2001. by a Butcher for the OX, and He wiU give 500]. to any Peifon that can produce the Fellow of it. Note, This Giganrick Ox is fo gentle, that feveral of thi moft timorona Ladies have fat on his Back and rode round the Room. To   be   S O L D, At   the   White   Horfe,   London - Wall, APair of beautiful black Co ,ch Stone-Horfes, about fifteen Hands and a half high, one comi.g five, the Other fix Years old. And alfo a genteel Town Chariot, lin'd with crimfon flower'-d Velvet, and a Hammer-Cloth of the �-me, little the worfe for wear J together with a Pair of Coach-Hainefi. Ho    be    SOLD, ABrown-bay Gelding, fifteen Hands high, with a long Tail, a high Forehand, a fine Star in his Forehead, % feafon'd Horfe, fit for the Road or the F'uld, coming five Yean o d,. �tire]y found, no Fault, but the Gentleman has left oft iidinghe is a perSS fin*       ' beautiful Horfe in all rerpefts. ,    �     .  _. , ''' To be feen at Mr. Marriott's, the Blue Boar in Little Miaiftfti,.^ ; ; ~~'     To 'be Sold, together or fj.arati,-:^.r \ AGood Coach, little the worfe for rwSr� at T%venty Guineas.  Alfoa food Coaoh-Gelding, 3lmt fifteenIfmSt' and a half high, and not exceeding fix Years old, for Twelve Guinea^      - \--' To be feen at'tije.Ciown Alefcoafoin Dukft'J Pl*� o�r Aldjfatt, ItjQfyf&g-   

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