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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 29, 1943, London, Middlesex                                Numb, 5754,. SiAT URDi^;Ji:NoRy 29, 174$. .Deal, January 27.   . AME dowji, the Princefs Amelia, Martin, for Eaft India j the Rofe, : Morrifoh, for Mahoh; the Carteret, Chevalier, for Jamaica ; , the" St\ Anthony, Cook, . for Lifboa \ the* George Galley, Gowen, for Virginia % the Mary's Reign, Kedall, for  Barbadoes ;  the Adventure, Hartwick, for -, -and remain, with hisMajefty's Ships the Sutherland, Shark Sloop, and Mortar Bomb, and the Outward-bound as pet  laft,:'-" Arriv'd, the' Dublin Merchant, Thompfon, from Dublin; and the" Houghton, Collings, {torn Faro.   Wind N. W. �An ExtraS of a Letter from the Hague, dated Jan. 28. 1 The Propofition whiclx Count Podewils a while ago � made to the States General on the Part of his Pruffian * Majefty, to accede to the defenfive Treaty concluded * between the Court? .of London and BerUn> at firft a good 'deal furpriz'3. their High Mightineffes, as they imagined * they very clearly jducover'd the Views of his Pruffian ' Majefty, vv^iich were, according to their Opinion, only 'tending to feeure all the Territories that this Prince, is � poffefs'd of in the Empire : They judged that this Accef-� fion would neceffarily draw them into great Inconve-' niencies, as particularly into a Quarrel with France and �- the Emperor, with whom they were deiirous of living in * good Friendihip ; they therefore concluded, that it 'would be beft, for them to take no Part in this *.Treaty.;, or if they did in any manner enter into it, ' they mould do it with fiich Refervations as that his � Pruffian Majefty mould draw but little Advantages from �'it,'either in refpett to fecuring to him the Territories of ' Cleves, or thofe of Silejia ; but Methods have been taken ' which have reconciled thefe Scruples, have confuted ' every Argument fuggefted by the Court of France, and � have, ifs faid, at length brought them into this Treaty. ' Notwithftanding all which, it's credibly reported that � their High Mightineffes have fo far given Attention to ' the Plan of Accommodation fome time ago prefented to * them.by the Court of France, as to be actually employ'd * in drawing up another, by means of which they hope ' to-fucceed in accommodating the Differences between the * Emperor and her Majefty of Hungary. ' -They write from Liege, that the Regiment of Dragoons * which was raifed in that Country the laft Year for the ' Service of the Emperor, has been lately broke, notwith-' /landing the Capitulation, -and-the folemn Promifes that ' it fliould be kept on Foot during the Term of twelve * Years, in Time of Peace as well as in that of Wat; and ' what is moft vexatious in this Affair, is, that all the 1 Officers, excepting two, have been difmifs'd, without * being taken into other Regiments. Count d'Offingue, ' the late Colonel of this Regiment, with fome Difficulty ' obtain'd Leave to referve his own Troop, which are to ' be recruited with German Dragoons.' Ghent, Jan. 19. Yefterday died here Withers Borgard, Efq; Captain in the Britifh Train of Artillery, and only Son to Lieutenant-General Borgard. L     O     N     DO     N. Yefterday an Account came-from Dover of the fafe Arrival there of the Ann, Capt. Froft, from Barbadoes; the Heflor, Capt. Rogers, from Carolina; and the James Frigate, Capt. Gowland, fiora Gibraltar; which laft Ship brings an Account!, that the Tower Galley, Capt. Wing-field, and the Conftantine, Capt. Whitchurch, both from Falmouth, bound to Leghorn, were attack'd off Vigo by a Spanifh Privateer of 10 Guns and go Men, and after an obftinate Engagement for fome time, .they took her, and carried her to Gibraltar. This Veffel is fuppos'd to have been the Lifbon Packet, calPd the Townfend. Capt. Witney, in the Ann belonging to Bermudas, and Capt. Bradley,.in the Providence Snow belonging to London, both fitted out together from Jamaica in the-Jews Service, went to the South Keys together, where they had juft made their Voyage, and had' on board 60000 Pieces of Ei�ht,.when two whole Galleys and two Half-Galleys, fitted out from the Havanna, took them both the 14th Day of Auguftlaft. Capt. Bradley and thirty Men, Blacks and Whites* quitted the Snow, and got upon a defolate Key, where there was neither Water, or any thing to be goit. Nine of the Men took the Yaul, and put off for Jamaica,, and had neither Bread nor Water in the Boat with them, and were feven Days and feven Nights before they got over to Little River, all in Health. Capt. Bradley, and the reft, were taken, and put into Biam Prifon. ' � A Ship, commanded by Capt. Norman, bound to Dublin, is loft near Cheiler; the Crew fav'd. A Ship from Norway, bound to Bofton in Lincolnfhire, is loft on the Lincolnfhire Coaft, and all the People perifiYd. A great part of the Lading, which "was Deals, was thrown upon the Shore,- and fecur'd to the'Proprietor.. The Hon. Colonels St. George and Irwyn are both promoted to the Rank of Brigadier-Generals on the Irifh Eftablifhment. -The 13th inftant died in Dublin, Robert Lindfey, Efq; one of the Puifny Judges of the Court of Common-Pleas in that Kingdom. -- Lewis, Efq; is appointed Receiver of the Taxes for Brecon- and fome otha^antj||in-Waks. The Lords of the Admiralty have appointed Mr. ;Dodd, Firft Lieutenant of the Dragon Man of War, who fignaliz'd. himfelf lately in fome Engagements with the Spaniards, to be Captain of the Blandford Man of War. j Yefterday Sir/Charles Gilmour, B?.rt. Pay-Mafter of his Majefty's Board of Wprks, "let out Poll for- his. Seat at Craigmillar in the Shire of Edinburgh, hiseldeft Son lying at the Point of Death. \ Hill Muffenden, Efq; Member of Parliament for Harwich, lies at the Point of Death at his Seat at Horringfteet in Norfolk. , ... Yefterday, at Fofter-Lane Church, the Rev. Dr. Kemp was married to Mrs. Mary Oglevie, a Widow Lady ; after the Ceremony was oyer, they fet out immediately to his Living of Cheam in.Surry'. - Yefterday Morning died at his Haufe in White-Lyon-Court in Cornhill, Mr. Prime, an eminent Attorney at Law. * Yefterday a Barge laden with Flour was funk at London-Bridge. On Thnrfday Night, about Ten o'Clock, a moft terrible Fire broke out .at the late Dwfeliing Houfe of John Stevens, Efq; in Southampton-Row, which in a very fhqrt time burnt the fame and the next adjoining to the Grojf^'d. Jt's remarkable that in this fame Month laft Year, the faid Gentleman had five Houfes burnt at Wapping-Docfc, next the Thames Side, by which he received Damage to a great Value. Yefterday MaryRiley was committed to Newgate by CoJ. De Veil, for felohiouily- taking out of the Houfe of Mr. James Robinfon a great Quantity of Wearing Apparel, and other Things, his Property, found upon her. Tomorrow two Sermons will be preach'd at St.Sepulchre's, for the Benefit of the Charity Girls of the Out Part of that Parifh ; that in the Morning by the Right Rev. Father in God Martin Lord Bifhop of Gloucefter; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Burnett, of St. James Clerkenwell. The fame Day two Charity fermons will be preach'd at the Parifh Church of St. Mary Aldermury in Bow-Lane, for the Benefit of Cordwainers and Bread-Street Wards Charity Schools ; that in "the Morning by the Right RevT Father in God Jofeph Lord Bifhop of Brillol; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Lloyd, Ledlurer of St. George in the Eaft. The fame Day two Charity Sermons will be preach'd at St. George, Middlefex, for the Benefit of the Charity Children of the faid Parifh i that in the Morning by the Rev. Dr. King, Re&or of St. Michael in Crooked-Lane; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. John Berriman, Lecturer of St. Mary Aldermary. The fame Day two Charity Sermons will be preach'd at the Parifh Church of'St. Edmund the King in Lombard-Street, for the Benefit of the Charity Boys of Langbourn Ward ; that in the Morning by the Rev. Dr. Cartwright, Archdeacon of Colchefter, and Reftor of St. Chriftopher's 5 and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Lloyd, Lecturer of St. Dionis Backchurch. On Monday next, in Commemoration of the Martyrdom of King Charles the Firft, a Sermon will be preach'd at the United Parifh Church of St. Ann and St. John Zachary withiri Alderfgate, by the Rev. Mr. Smith, Lefturer of St. Giles in the Fields, for the Benefit of the Charity Children belonging to the Society frequenting the faid Church. Prayers begin at Eleven Clock. Such Quantities of Rura are arriv'd from Jamaica, that the beft and full Proof is fold, at the Punch-Houfe on Ludgate-HilJ, for 7s. 4d. a Gallon. It's very remarkable, that the Licence at the London Punch-Houfe expir'd a few Days ago, and that there is now but one fubfifting, and .that expires a few Days hence. Mr. Grainger, at the Hand and Pen oppofite Southampton-Street in the Strand, whp for feveral Years has taught young Gentlemen and Ladies, from fix to fifty Years of Age, to write well in one Month, at an Hour a Day, or in three Days, attending the whole Day, ftill continues to teach the fame in the moft concife Method that ever was praftis'd, to the great Advantage of thofe who are fenfible of the Lofs of fo ufeful a Branch of Knowledge. We hear that on Monday next the noted Godwin will exhibit his Puppet-Shew at his large new-raifed1 Booth, facing the lower End of Duke-Street, Tyburn-Road, Ludgate Prifon, Jan. 2%. We the poor.Prifoners moft humbly crave Leave to return our hearty and fincere Thanks-to our unknown generous Benefatters, for the Two Guineas this Day put- into our Begging-Box, which were equally divided by the Steward, to the great Relief of abundance of unfortunate Citizens, on the Common Side. . � � y � Liverpool, Jan. .25. The Johnfon, SmallfrraWi from Virginia, and the Pine-Apple", Chambers, from Barbadoes, both for this Place, are put .into the Orkneys; the latter at Cambletown, in the greateft Diftr'efs, having loft her Rudder, Boats,-Anchors, &c. and in want of Water and Provifions, and all nearly efcaped perifhing j the former was on Shoar, but got off with little' Damage. This Evening will be performed, .At the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, The Rehearfal. At the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, The Siege of Damafcus, with the Rape of Proferpin'e. ; Yefterday Bank.Stock was 145 a x 4$. India Stock, no Price. South-Sea Stock 112 1 4th. Ditto Old Annuities 114 3 8ths a 1 4thr Ditto New 113 a-rSth. Three per Cent. Aanuitiea 101 t 8th a i. Ditto 1742, Tei i 8tha 1. ^Million Bank 112. ^Equivalent no.   Rcyai Afiurance 82  i -half.   Londoa Afturacce  11   5  8ths_-Engjiih Copper 4I. 7s.- 6d.   Welfh_ ditto, .no Pries*-. African^ no.Price.   Seven per Cent.'Emperor's Loan .11 is. 1 4th. Five per Cent, ditto, no-Price: New Bank Qrculaticrf . 4I. 2s. 6d. Prem.   India Bonds 4l.-"-io6. a.us. Prcm. Three 1 half Salt Tallies 2, Prem.   Three 1 half pe*. Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prem.   Three per Cent, ditto-' * 2 3 8ths, Difc._-_�_�� : Admiralty-Office, 25 January, 1742. TT is the DireRion of. the Lords Commtffipuers of �* the Admiralty, . that all the Seamen taho '
                            

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