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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 22, 1943, London, Middlesex                                0 Numb. 374*  A t tr.R ti A J A N ii A R *~ 22*   1743 IkaU January :io�. , .., ijLRiy'U, his Majefly/a Shi&the Defiance, Mary Gjdkgr* and Photon Fife-Ship, from Poitfmoutb; and ; with the Blandfoid and Men of War;  the remain; wi : Greyhound J Shirley,. Thompfon; the Bonetta, Hammond, and the Clarendon, Compton, all. for Jamaica ; the Britannia, Latchford,- and the Anna Maria, Blackinan, both for Barbados  the Gilbert, -Priagle, and the Neptune, Boyd, both ErVntisiia. the Neptune, Tivitoe, for Lilboh; the Greyhound Perkins, for Georgia kthe Volunticr, Bafcett, fcr fctferi*y the Ruby, Pem, fer Oporto; andjhe Rcej Very, Spence, for Maryland- This Morning the Shark Sloop feiN on a Cruize.  Wind North. - A private Letter from the Hague, dated the 2dth of intmarv. intimates, that they had been informM thereby aSW I***,:      the BritiJh Court havingfen^ Aated�nto the fiitare Defigns of France, was endeattoarmg *o eftablifh* regular Conferences there, wherein the Minifters, S" the PowerV dly'd to Great Britain, and thofe of the Courts �>f Germany andthe North, were only to bjradmkted, with a Vie\y to deliberate upon the moft proper Means for forming a fort of League, in-order, abfoiuteljr p drive oat the Trench Armies firom Germany, and to oppose the Eqter-wiaes -of that Crown both by. Sea and Land., The frjne Advices add, that at pi-efent there fobfifted the belt Intelligence between the Courts of London, Berlin, and Buffia, j&m whence great Hopes were conceiv'd of turning the War with Sttccefs, or of obtaining a uief iau-in& and honourable-Peace-. The'Courts of London and Ana are laid to haye abfoliifiely refolv'd :to begin the Operations on the Side of Lorravt, and for that Reafon we hear that Fort Kh'ielwill befortified inftead of -demolifh'd, as-has been reported from the Hague import. $ourfe of the PuW&k principally turns, . and ,almoft every Body's Attention is 6x*d upon, the Affairs of Savoy ; tho' but very few pretend to pdfitively know the Springs which have' govern'd the A�Uons of his Sardinian Majeify. however, who are indeed ia the French fcterefi affiire, that this Prince,: after havinjg agreed with the Marquis de la Mina upon aSufoenfibn ofArms for two Months, had concluded with the fame General a Treaty, whereby his Sardinian. Majefly yielded up the JDutchy. of Savy to the Infant X}on.PMIi}, and that in exchange, he was to be put into Pofieffion of the Milaneje. They add 4xn>,:dut thi~: frv^fegei^^dpfle with .the Confeptjof her Majefly of Hungary. 'But in X^0^SmW' WW "tbefe french Partizans fay, there are others who affirm, that they have receiVd Letters from Savoy of a very late Date, tnentionipg Fa&s that were but jaft committed, which, are neither confiftent with ,a Sufpenfion of Arms, a Treaty, nor with either the one or the other being even on Negotiation-j  and then again they fay, that the Army of his Sardinian Majefty would not have fuffer'd fo much, nor been expos'd to the Danger of being entirely, cut off iii its Retreat, had the Cafe been as is above fuggefted, that is to fayj had there been either a Sufpenfion of Arms agreed upon, a Treaty concluded, or a Negotiation carrying on for either of thefe Parpofes, between the--King of Sardinia Marqu L O N O N. : We hear that General Howard's Reginwnt of Foot is wder'd for Flanders. : \And that the'Earl of Rothes's Regiment is order'd here Ireland - Tfiey write from Havre:de Grace of the 15th ihftant* .that there was a Spahtfh Privateer of fourteen Guns, and eighty Men, in, that Port; that they expected another of teU Carriage Guns.; and that there were twelve Eogliin Sa3 there, who were afraid of departing. ��. We hear that two Men of War are order'd to convoy the outward-bound India Ships, = * The Ball at Court on Thurfday Night was the inoft Brilliant that has been known for {cme time; it. wai open*d and the Royal Family foon after Ball ended ait One JUft Thurfday the Freedom of this City was pretexted h * Gold Box to Admiral Vernon; and we hear die Jtechant-Taylors Company will prefect that Gejtfleman wfck the Freedom of their Company *^e hear that the 12th inftant, in the Evening, died-bf aa Apoplexy, at his Houfe m Dublin, Henry ^e of the fuftices of his Majefty's Court of King*? m the Kingdom of Ireland. '' The Right Hon. the Houfe of Lords have order'd the &ev.-Dr. Wiilesy Bifhop .of St. David's, to preach before them the 30th* iuffant m WeftminfterTAbbey. . On Thurfday laft� Thomas Beale, JEfq; was married at Dulwich-Chapel to Mifs Spence, Daughter of John Spence, fcfqj late1 ^of Lewes in Suffex, deceas'd; a very agreeable young Lady, with a handfome Fortune. ---^Wedhefday laft, about Six in the Evenmgi. died Mr. Tofeph Walker/ Woollen-Draper in Coventry^treet,- and One of the'People call'd Quafersr- A Perfoh of exemphpy Piefri Juflice, and Generofity; a. kind Hulband, a, taender Father,-ft pruiknt Advir, a fai^fcl Frwadr fr.ttnpiet* Tradefman, and a good t His t)l WeH as private Lofs; and as it was his �ndea?our, lb it was hik Happineis to live with Reptitaticm and to die with Honour, and to ht accdmpanyM in his laft Moments with a Cafannefi' asd^Seiienit^ - tfmaiovm to 'irreligioos 'ftnd^ijKioble Minds: - . XktThiirfdaydiedMf; SimrfnHujhs, Jbnef-Door-^eeper to the Commiflkmers of the Goftoms, iaft Sunday in the Afternoon died faddenly/ Mi?. George Dent, Jeweller, in Wliite-Fryart. He went to the Mulberry-Garden in gbod Hwlth, and dfopt down as foon 4s he was feated, without fteaking, or ftewing the leaft Diiorder. He was ^eatly efteem'd by all that raw him, being iuffly jdlow^d to be poffefs^d of all thofe Qualities wiich diiiin-guillt an ingenious Artift, a fincere Friend, kind-Mailer, Corps was st: VICTUALLERS wichfe. the Kifa of Mojtalky are iitfir'd to meet art tbe Ship in: Jaraes-Strwt,* Covtrnt^Cttrfcu* at Three Q'Qtpck This Afternoon, to confider of a fpeciat Affeir thatcrwerm their Intereft. VICTUALLING.OFFICE, zijanm that Commijfu give Notice on and afie&ionate Wednefd will be rtaiy io treat with fucb Perfam as are nwHiugZe rnijb Hog J, fjeafi and Gmtty.for his Majefty s Service. bx.. Xieorge*s riofpjjsl, 19 January, 1742. . AJOTIC'E is hereby frven^ that a General 1 * Tearly Court will Be held ok Friday the \tb Day of Fehvah neifo, at Ttn Clock in tbt Torexob*, at the /aid HofpitaL at Clerkenweil, attended by a numerou J Brother Artificers, who all exprelVd ^nuncommon Con-; cern fortte L ,'   , -'Jtaft Nij^t ^ F^ton gentt^ dte^d, w% calls lriarf Stejiheh Wright^ came to Mr. Befeliier, So^geon, at his Houfe in Sun-Court, behind the Royal Exchange, by his own Appointment, on Pretence of his being a Patient j but after fome Difcoartei there i>eing no Body in the Room but themfelves, he drcw Piftol, and held it to his Breail, landing all his Moaey 3 opbii wjudf Mr. Belchier offer'4 him two Guineas, as bong a ferion iit Diftrefs, which he rtfu&d, as not being fuffiuent tb fetisfy his Neceffities, and further, threatening him with immediate Death if lie did not deliver him all 1 upon which Mr. Belchier took fix Guineas and fome Silver out of his Pocket, and told hi there was all. The fix Guineas he took; as alfo his Gold Watch; and as he was puttm�them into his Pocket, Mr. Belchier took that Opportunity to feize upon him, and after a Scuffle fecur'd him. He was arm*d with two loaded Piftols, and a Clafp Knife* Upon being carried before the Lord Mayor, his Xordlhip committed him to Newgate. Tomorrow two Charity Sermons will' be* preached at the Parilh Church of St. Giles in -the ^Fields, in behalf of lot poor Boys and 101 poor Girisiekingmgto.the laid ParilK and St. Georgp Bloom/bury s tbzt in; the Morning by the Right Rev. Father in- God Jfaae Lord BUhop of Exeter; andthat in the Afternoon- by ,the kev. Mr. Peers, Lefturer of St, Paul at Shad well. The fame Day two Sermons will be pfetah'd at the Parifli Church of-St. Leonard in Shoreditci,' fot 160 poor Children belonging to thr faid Pariih; that in the Morning by the Rev. Mr. Lawrence, LeQurer of St.BptolpKfiahppf-  dut their Jiett General Meeting, -appointed to 6e hdd at the Court-Houfe ia Whiterfiape], em Motoday ocrt, jr^^th- -'Ckckiit the Morning, will be on fpeca] &8pxt* Bleb*;* Dwm^ C&rh iaftaa^-atNiii^o1 educated ;at Sc. Petal's _ . School, are *fir*d to   to be preach'd at the Parffh Church of 5t Margaret in Lothbury, for the Benefit of theCharity Children belonging,to St; Ethelburjga; that in theMomingby-the-Itev. Dr. Cobden, Archdeacon oTLoiidott^ and Chaplain in Ordinary to his Majefty j and that in the Afternoon ^ the Rev. Mr. Sparkes, of Chrift- Church, Newj^te-Street. PttMrj^Cpmper, Jan. 21. We the poor Prifoners oh the OisnmonSide da return our humble and hearty Thanks taour-u^�tiwn Beneliftor, for the Two Guineas put into our Begging-Box, wapt* ui ,.a..Paper fign'd B. O. thq 14th -infent, being a feafonaWe Relief to a ^eat many poor Jfcmk -ready to ftarve. . They were laid out, and equally divided, according to the Donotvs Order, by the Conftabk. This Evening Will, be performed, At the Theatre Royal ih Druiy^ane, Hamtet At tte Theatre Itoy^l in CoveritfGfafden, Julius Csefar igh Water at -London-Bridge this Day at 59 Minutes % in the horning, and 30.after 7 at Night India YSeMay &hk'Stock was 143 1 half a 144. Stock, no Price.  South-Sea Stock in 3 4ths a 7 8ths, Ditto Old Annuities 113 7 fchs tC\ 14.   Ditto New 114 101 7 8ths a z.   Ditto nuttses onBai 3 8ths. Three per VJ 1742,101 7 8thsa_ 2. Roval Affurancc 84, 7s. 6d. ;Wel& ditto London AiTurance Equivalent African English Copper 4!- 7s- Seven per Cent. Emperor*s Loan no 1 4th. nt. ditto 76 1 half-  New Biaih; Circulation -U. P dia Bonds 4I. 7S. a 6s. a 8s. Prem.  Three 1 naif Price. Five Three 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders Tallies _ 5, Prem/ Three per Cent, ditto 21 4th,. Difc. HxcHe-OSice. London, 21 January, 17- Order ef the Honourable tbt Corrimifft cf Exiife, &c. mTburfdaj tbi^Jth irfani, at o*Cfcck tn the Jjhritcan9. he.- continu'i efery- other Bsy, at the fime Hour, till the whole 1* competed*_  - - - - This is to acquaint the Publitk, THAT Mr/|C e 1 t h , the Minifter of May-Fair CHapel, not being under the Authoritv or Jurifliftipn of .the BHhop; or his Court, thefe fixteen Montis pift, looks epon hknfelf to b� no "ways. aSe�led by any thing they can do 3 And therefore the Marriags-feea, licence on a Five-Shilling Stamp, together with the Certifk-tc, amewt hot to a Guinea on Sundays till Six at "Night, except the T-.ir.z vi Bm$t Serviee, which is from half an Heur after Eleven tiir One, and trona Four tilL-^vc a'Clock j hut on the Week-Days it-is a Guinea tiiiFour, a Gnjnea and a Half till Seven, and Two Guineas aR\* Seven at Njght. ^ The Way'to the Chapel from the Qty h tbnT PiccadiUy, hy the upper End of St, JamcsVSt?eet^and down Ciarges-Strcet. li & adjoining to \ht timv Market near Hvde-Park-Corner, Su Paul's. Conveifion. PoIhicaJ, at the  Chrngs. At the   ORATORY, T^HE Corner of Lincoln*s-Inn-Fields, n^ar Qare-Market, Tomorrow, ia the Evening, at She, will beRpigiot^ Worflwp. b the new JBthortarion, approved Prayers for the Common Hall, and Indepeadent Inhabitants, &c. i. Divine Exercifeof Wit, as. from and to God>- ctt Heraldry and Titles now the Bait. .3. Lecture on the B~--^p bit, or the Devil outwitted j on the Poir.icai Conveifion of St.. Paul to the Miniftry, from his own Words, (a Day this WeekJ c^ll*d the Kriav'e of.J.C. T%lechang*dj his-Cloakleft,* when? his third Heavctfy xtkai? hisEfcpe in a Bcck-BaJket; Trial of the Witnefles of his Conversion ; hii Couotvv a bad ode ; what dai?kd him ; Bath-Metal, or ? a Jefuir or st Chrlirr^n ? a JaBrnaKft or Parophbteef ? his Appeal from People to Court, Lift, Saying-, and Party j a very curious Account. Then one Queftion on a PamphJet dedicated to a worthy.young Lordr ir JJamc Newton7  Hied*   the  Corner- of Lincoln s bin Fields next Great Tmnftlt,      ' fMvnday,   Wcd*tfday>   and Friday, ENTLEMEN who fhall fpend any of thofe Evenings there, wHl be wdl accommodated, anx* fe Tpowifg SaP^ceapirao^hOTtheOp^rt^ ^ ' Ptulofcphy. or MoralitV; to begin at Seven o' Clock/ Note; PMfico^6�)�g?caI Le�hiT� will 3fo be conturo d i gfttJ-at' Sko1 Clock.  The Subjects Tomorrow Evening te be upon the Millenium a* General ConflagnitJori, &cr.   .   

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