Daily Advertiser, January 27, 1743

Daily Advertiser

January 27, 1743

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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 27, 1943, London, Middlesex 'jf H tJ R S D A Yj J a it ij- a r y 27, 174^. ^ OBSERVATIONS on a Lifter in?tbe Daily ?o^tfibe iofb of January* iy42, Addreffd to the Proprietors o/" Sou&-Sea Stock R. Knight, till the Year 1720, was as generally efteem'd as known j and if he fell in that Year, when fo few flood, a good-n&tur'd Man woiild chufe to recollect fuchCircmhftances as might._extenuate (and many fuch there were) rather than aggravate his Fault: But inftead of this, the Writer of the Letter in the Daily Pojl of the 20th iMant, after excluding Mr. Knight guilty, from the Preambles of feveral Afts of Parliament, (which have been thought by many unprejudiced4 Perfohs very extraordinary, both/as to the' Matter and Manner of paffing them),fea� aifir^d> *ha* He Knight lbBd�si^^t^^i�''maebted to the Cbnt-tany in no lefs a Sum than 8600001. If Truth would ferve the Turn, every Man would ufe it; But when it will not, fome Perfons are not over-fcrupulQus in the Choice of Means, even when they are cenluring others for want of Honefty. If the Letter-Writer could make the Proprietors believe, that Mr. Knight was really Debtor to the Company in fo great a Sum as 8600001. this, befides the Tendency it would have to inflame the Proprietors againft him, would lead them to think that a great part of that Sum may probably remain in his Hands, and confequently to look upon any Sum he may offer is a Trifle: Whereas had the Writer inform'd the Proprietors, (as the Fad is) that in an Aft made (amongft other Tlings) for Payment of Mr. Knight's Creditors, \which Payment was obftructed by the Company's Claim) this great Sim was mentioned barely as a Claim entered before the Traftees/ and that this Claim had not been profecuteds and r at the fame time had told them that 7000001. of it-arofe, n-�. Capt..Griblet. both from Liibon, with the Pretty Betty, Capt. Walker, from Virginia to Whitehaven, are taken and carried uito St." John de Luz. , ; The Samuel and Katherine, Capt. Show,, bound for London from South-Carolina, is taken in her Paffage, and carried-into Bilboa. We hear that 25.0061. will be granted by Parliament' this Year towards the Building the New^Bridge. Yefterday Jofin Waite, late Cafhire of the Bank, arriv'd: in Town from Dublin, and was examra'd before the Directors of that Corporation ; and was laft Night, about : Eight. o'Clock, to be re-examin'd before the Right Hon. the Lord Chief Juflice Lee. Laft Monday died at his Houfe in Union-Court in. Broad-Street, Mr. Bartholomew Bowling; formerly a wholefale Linnen-Draper in CofnhiD, in which Bufmefs' he acquir'd a very large Fortune, and retird from Trruie fome Years ago. Yefterday.died Mr. Mundy, an eminent Grocer in Pig- . Street,^ behind the Royal Exchange. . On Tuefday .laft in'this City vvas a remarkable and", fmart Encounter, between the Cods Head* of a certain Pariih, and the Calves Heads of a neighbouring Market, w"hen, after a moft dangerous (though nor bloody)- Battle,' which lafted near two Hours, the latter came off victorious, to.the no fmall Mortification of the former. However, it's. to "tie hop'd the Difappointment will not drive any one fo far into Defpair as to hang himfelf upon this (Oc.cafion. On SuiiSay next .two Charity Sermons will be preach'd at the Parifh Church of St. Edmund the King iii Lombard-Street, for the Benefit of the Charity Boys of Langboura v Ward ; that in the Morning by the Rev. Dr. Cartwright, Archdeacon of Colchefter, and Rector of St. Chriftopher'a ; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Lloyd, Lecturer of St. Dionis Backchurch. Among all the various Creatures that have bereft fhewri in publick, none gives fuch general Satisfaction as the vyonderftri Gigan^ckPruffian Colt, which is {hewn at the White Horfe Inn in Fleet-Street- This furprifing Creature, who is but four Years old, is near a Hand higher than the Horfe th'af was fhewn at Charihg-Crofs, and fo gentle as to give the greateft Satisfaction in fhewing to the moft timorous. Extras of a Letter^from Hull, dated January \\; 1 Laft Week was committed here fuch a Piece of 4 Cowardice, Cruelty and Barbarity, as can fcarce.be * parallell'd in any Age or Country. A Lieutenant of ' Marines and a Lieutenant of a Man of War, on aSufj ' mife that the Surgeon's Mate had fpoke difrefpectfolly of ' them to fome.yOung Ladies in the Town, ruffYd into his * Chamber one N*ight when he was% in Bed, and, with a ' Whip lafh'd with Wire, took their Turns to flog hi* ' till they were quite weary; and afterwards tied him Neck * and HeelS, and put a Centinel over him for the reft of ' the Nigfit, The next Day the Lieutenant of the * Marines, to elofethe Scene of his Revenge and Cowardice^ * ifent and beat him feveral times with his Fill, when the ' young Gentleman was quite, incapable of Refi fiance, on * Account of his Fetters and Wounds. The Surgeon's r Mate is ib miferably cut on the Face, Neck, and other ' Parts of his Body, as can't eafily be defcrib'd. His * Shirt TooTIs like Pickled. Cabbage, and his Body like ' the Diffectrbh of a. human Creature. There are feveral ' Letters fent by the Gentlemen of this Place to the Lords ' of the Admiralty, to,complain of this Treatment ? and 'there is no doubt but the guilty Perfons will meet with .' due Punifhment'froai their Lordfhips, and f he Contempt ' and Abhorrence from the reft of Mankind which they * deferve.' .  , Nevjcajile) January 22. On the 14th inftant died at Ecclesfield-Hall, near Sheffield, in Yotkfhire, of the Gout in his Stomachy Charles Green, Efq; Lancafter Heral3. On Tuefday a melancholy Accident happen'd at Catt-Dean, near Biddick, on the River Wear, where twenty four Men were working in a Coal-Pir, fevenfee�of w were drown'd by a Drift of Water^ and the reft with ^ Difficulty were fav'd. Edinburgh, January 20. We hear that Yeffcrd Company of Players here, who were prbfecrfted beft Lords of Seffion for acting Plays contrary to Law,f a; their Caufe to the ^oufe of Petr�. ;

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