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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 31, 1943, London, Middlesex KU. St. 0; N L> A Y, ) a a r y o,i, 1743. . January 29. .. JHIS Morning the Sunderland Man of War fail'd for the River. Remain, the Shark Sloop and Mortar Bomb ; with the Princefs Amelia, Martin, and the, Exeter, Wefton, J both for India; and the other Ships Toutward bound. Came down, .the Willet, Griffith, for St. Kit's. Ar-riv'd, the Biddy, Pavor, from / a-tigua. Wind S. W. An Extracl of a Letter from a Foreign Minifer at Francfort. * The Eleftor of Triers, befides the Proteft which he ' has made againft the marching of foreign Troops thro' ' his Territories, ajid from an Intereft which this Prince ' has in the Prefervation of Fort Keihl, has addrefs'd a � Refcript to tlie Diet of Francfort, whereby his Electoral ' Highneis loudly complains, that Count Furfteroberg, * Governor of this Fort, after having by two feveral Letters * reprefented to the Diet the Neceffity of keeping up the 1 Fortifications of the Bert of Keihl, as well becaufe the * Expences of the Demolition would' amount to 200000 ' Florins, as becaiife they might have been re-eitablifh'd � for half that Sum, and that, moreover, it was the only � Fortrefs in thofe Parts which was capable of being pat .Notwithstanding thd fair Promifes of the Marquis de Eufenada, firft Mmifter of the Infant Don Philip, the Spaniards have quartered Troops upon our Eftates of St. Victor and Chapter, who commit divers .Excefles there. The Spaniards in the Dutchy of Savoy, fcre entirely ruining the whole Country. Don Blaize, Envoy .Extraordinary from Spain to the Helvetic 3bdy, has fent his Secretary- to Zurich, to prefent his Credential Letters. In them the King of-Spain ,ftiles himfelf Duke of Milan. Thefe Letters have been read in a Grand Council at Zurich, and they/JbSaj^e.been communicated to the other Cantons, whofe Sentiments upon the Matter are expetted, that a proper Anfwer may be given to Don BIai2e. The Title of Duke of Milan will greatly embarrafs fome of the Cantons, uporwcAccount of their Agreement with the Houfe of Auftria coocerning the Milanefe. Hague, Feb. 2. The Queftion concerning the fending a Body of Troops to the Ailittance of the Queen of Hungary,' which has been fo long depending before the States of Holland, was this Day refolv'd in the Affirmative. L ON D ON. Whitehall, Jan. 29. The King has been pleas'd to grant the Dignity of an Earl of the Kingdom of Ireland, un.to the Right Hon. Ralph Vifcount Fermanagh in that Kingdom, by the Name, Stile and Title of Earl of Verney hi his Majejiy's Province of Lewiler. This, Day being-ketot as the Anniverfary of the Mar-! lyrdomof Kjng Charles I. the BiflioppfSt. David's will preach befqre: $he Houfe of Lords at WelbninfterrAbbey, and Dr. Chajmiasr before the Houfe of Commons at St. Margaret's.: On %Hwtiay caine Advice of jrtre Arrhral of a Ship at Briflol fa'4^tW&ks from Janjaiga, who brings .word,; that before J�r Departure the ShorehaniMaa of War. arriv'd there from Carolina; as- likewife-the Tra�rport-Ships with' Ticops Svho wer&ftat to the Affiftance of Georgia. Lait Ni^ht Col. Blakeney, and-the rdt of the Officers ^brought from Jamai�a in the. Wbrcefter, arriv'd m Town from Pottfmouth. The Pack of Harriers belonging to his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales are gone', from Cliefden to Epfom, where his Royal Highnefs intends to take the DiverJion of J hunting Hares. On Friday laft the Poft-Mafters-General appointed Mr. Henry Potts, AflUtant to Robert Gidding's, "Efq; Clerk of the Chefter-Road, to be Comptroller of the General-Poft-Office, in the room of Col. Jofeph Bell; and laft Saturday their Honours appointed Mr. John Barber, Infpe&or of the Dead Letters, to be Deputy-Comptroller i but the Place of Alphabet-Keeper, irTthe room of Mr. Archer, is not yet difpos'd of. On Saturday died at his Houfe in Miles-Lane, Cannon-Street, Capt. John Merry, many Years in the Streights Trade, Brother to Mr. Richard Merry, an eminent Merchant of "this City. Laft Week a Maftiff belonging to Mr. Locke, a Matter Builder, in Channel-Row, Weftminfter, which was let looie in the Yard on Nights, feiz'd on an Apprentice Boy who got up in the Morning to let the Men in to Work, and almoft tore the Calf of his Leg off: The Boy lamentably crying out caus'd the Men to alarm the Family, who immediately got up and let them in, after which it was with great Difficulty they made the Dog leave his Hold of the Bo), who was directly carried ' to the Infirmary in James-Street, Weftminfter. On Saturday Night Thomas Rea (a known Sharper and Barrow-Man) was committed to New-Prifon by Col. De Veil, for cheating and defrauding feveral Perfons of Money to a confiderable Value with falfe and loaded Dice. As was Anne Broom to the fame Place by the fame Gentleman, for cheating and defrauding Mr. George Chambers, an Embroiderer, (her Mailer) of 81. 14 s. by taking up in his Name Gold and Silver Thread after fhe had left his Service. As was alfo Sarah Handyxripple, and Jane Powell, other-wife Guttheridge, for ftealing Goods privately out of the Shop of Mrs. Green in Cranbourn-Alley. We hear that the Society of Calves Heads meet this Day at their Prefident's Houfe, to congratulate each other upon the Conqueft they lately gain'd Over their Neighbours the Cods Heads ; their Dilhes are to conlift of Calves Heads, drefs'd in an elegant Manner, by the Dire&ion of the Pre-fident, who loves Heads, but'.has an utter Aver/ion to Brains. The poor Prifoners of his Majefty's Prifon of the Fleet being very numerous, and in a very miferable Condition, (notwithstanding the; fgwrsfCharitics this Winter) are ftill oblig'd to take thisMerhod to defire all well-difpos'd Chriftians to take fome Companion on them, they having no Boxes in the Street, as ufual, which is a very great Lofs to them. Such Quantities of Rum are arriv'd from Jamaica, that the beft and full Proof is fold at the Punch-Houfe on Ludgate-Hill, for 7 s. 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 fubfiftir.g, and that expires a few Days hence. The wonderful Artift from the City of Norwich, who has given fuch general Satisfaction to moft of the Nobility, is to be feen in a commodious Room at the Rummer Tavern, Charing-Crofs, this Week, and no longer; and on Monday next at the Manfion Houfe and French Horn, nrar the Royal Exchange. He has had the Honour to be view'd by Sir Hans Sloane, and part of the Royal Society, who efteem him the moft furprifing Curiofity that has been feen in the Memory of Man Admiralty-Office, 25 January, 1742? J T is fhe Direction of J be Lo/d< Commrffr.n j j of the .Admiralty', that all, the Seamen who, ivere turnd o-Vir from the Lancafier irto the Orford, fttittg out at Chatham, and are abfent from their Driyf do immediately \ repair on board the faid Ship, her Captain bs'ntg direfted io ' Run all fuch as do not appear on board in ten Days from the Daft of this Advertifement; after which time all fuch &s are then abfent will not only lofe their. Wages, but alfo be liable to be taken up � as Deferters, hnd tried at a Court-Martial. _ _Tho. Corbett. This is to give Notice, \ CT*HAT on fVednel'dav next^ b ing Candlemas- Day, at Eleven d" Clock in the Forenoon, will be held the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Encouragement of Learning, at their Houfe in St. Martin's Lave, being the Day appointed for the ElecTitm of the Qficers of the Societyt and Members of the Committee, for the Tear enfuing. D t yon, Secretary. 1f*HE Gentlemen of the Her ford(hir*- Society . are defir'd to mctt at Mr. Thomas'3, the Globe Tavern, near w BANKRUPT S. William Bedell, of Gwy's Inn Xane, in the County of Middlefex, Dealer and Chapman. William Fuce, of the Parifh of St. James Weftminfter, Middlefex, Stable-Keeper,, Dealer and Chapman. Chariot Owen, of tne City of Worcefter, Milliner and Chapwoman. Nicholas Wallis, of Penzance in Cornwall, Mercer. High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 43 Minutes after 3 in the Morning, and 59 after 3 in the Afternoon. Saturday Bank Stock was 145 1 4th. India Stock, no Price. South-Sea Stock 112 1 4th. Ditto Old Annuities 114 i^th a 3 8ths. Ditto New 113 1 8th. Three per Cent. Annuities 101. Ditto 1742, 101. Million Bank 118. Equivalent no. Rbyal -Affurance 82 1 half. London Aflurance 11 5 8ths. Englifh Copper 4I. 7s. 6d. Welfh ditte, no Price. African, no Price. Seven per Cenr. Emperor's Loan 11.1 1 4th. Five per Cent, ditto 76 1 4th. New Bank Circulation 4I. 2s. 6d. Prem. India Bonds 4I. ios. a 1 is. Prcm. Three r half Salt Tallies 2, Prem Three 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 2 3 8ths, Difc. _ VICTUALLING-OFFICE, 2S J-.naary, 1742. cr9 HE Commtjfioners give -Notice, that or, Wednesday next, the 2d of February, in the Forenoon, they will be ready to treat with fuch Perfons as are willing tofumijb Wheat for his Majeftfs Service. free - Fifhery Copartnership^ n^HtS is to give Notice, that a Meeting of the � Committee will be held on Wednefday next, the 2d of February, at Hamlin s Coffee-Houfi near the Royal Exchange, at Eleven in the Foren9ont onfpeci�l Affairu it being their Annual Feaft. TH E Brethren of tfv A- cirnc and Honourable Order of CREGORIANS. belonging to the King's Head Chapter in Great Tower-Street, aie defn'd to meet at the George and Vulture Tavern in George- Yard; on Wednesday m-xt, ?.t 5k o'Clock in the Evening, to go and vifit the Grand Chapter. By Orderof the Vicc-Grxid, _ G. L. S-eretary. IF the dear Boy who r.as abfe ite*! himfelf from home ever fince Thurfday fefl will return to his Mother^ he IhiH ' bV kindly receiv'd. as /he dcubts not he has fu.Ter'd toa much already in his A.b!cnce. He is fuppos'd to be gen? t.t Gtavcfend, fo is defir'd to apply himfelf to fome Waterann there to bring him home. H E R E A S there was a-"* Advertisement j j in this Paper on SaUuday hit, d-chrirf. that on Friday)Jan. s8, about Seven o'Clock in the Evening, rvs a B-.y belong;ng to Meff. Craig and Neville, Silverfiniths, the Co:n?rof N.mb-Streer, St. James's Hay-Market, was coming thro' Leiccftcr-l'iel'Jj, lie was r.ttick'd and kreck'd down, and cut in a tcriibls Manner, (-.n.1 is new in great Danger of his Life) and a brge Leather Bag taken from him, \�:rh ttds Infuipticn cn it, Neville, St. James's Hay-Maikct, 174-;. and in it a l-'arcel of unfirifh'd.Work, juft brought from GoMfrniths Kali, viz. four Pair of Siiver Snuffers, twelve Silver fcur-prong Fork;, and two Siiv.-r Snuffer-Pans, and a Reward of Ten Guineas offer'd for fceuring tb-J Peii, n or Perfons concem'd in the above Robbeiy, and the faid Reward of Ten Guineas was further offer'd,on /topping the above-anention'd Perfon or. i'erfons oV&ring to fell or pawn any of the above-mentkin'd Plate ; and on Saturday, about Ten o'Clodt, onejjrr.es Roberts, a-Chairman., was riopt offeiing one of the faid For'� to ftJj tn 3 Si'.vcvfmirh In Biihopigatc-Street, dechrng, that he had found-that firigle Fork only in Bruton's Mews, Orove'nor-Square ; but on being carried before my Lord Mayor, upon a Search-Warrant's being aJk'd for, declar'd he hnd the Bag wrote on IJfv'-llt, St Janet's Hay jULirktt, 174.3, in his Drawer, at his Houfe in George-Stre.T, Spittic-hVldj, together with five more of the Forks and three P;iir of Snuffers, which upon Calculation is near half the Hate loft ; the foid fames P^oberts ftill periifted he fcand the Bag and PUte in Bruton's Mews: As there is great Reafon to believe there ��ire more Perfons concem'd m the arx.ve Robbery, Mcff. Craig "*nd Neville do promK: the Reward of Ten Guin?.i3 to ��y one that /hill difrover the Perfon or Perfons c :ncern'd ir- this Rtbbcry, or that (hall fiop the Petfon or Perfuns offerifc^ to ie\i p.iwn any of the above-inention'd Phte, ufon his or their being convicted of the (aid Offence ; and if any of the aboVa-mention'd Plate is already pawn'd, the Money and reafonable Chaiges fhall be paid them with Thanks. � Note, The faid Jariifs Roberts is now in 'Wood-Strect-Coraptei. . At the Corner of Lincoln s Inn fit ids near C'&re- Market, on , Wednefday nevt, at Fitii in the E-i ening, will begin AC O U R S E or AN AT O M Y and PHYSIOLOGY; in whkh the Animal OECGNOMY, and the Piinciples of PHYSICK, will be carefully'iiluftrated, i& proper Lectures, by - F R. N I C H O L L S, M. D. AND THO. LAWRENCE, M.D. and Prof. Arrat.Oxoni Note, A Compendium, relating to the l'everai Matters to be atplain'd in thefe Leclures, is Md by J. Clark, under the Royal Exchange, and. G, Hawkins, at Milton's Head, between the Temple-Gates, BookJelfcis. This Even-rig, at Six o'Clock, At his Experitntnlal-Rocm over the Bedford Coffee-Hozfe, in the Great Piazzas, Covent- Garden, DR. DESAGULIE'RS begin? the Aftronomical Part of his Couife of Experimental Pfailofophy, which any one may go thro' for One Guinea. At the fame Rate may alfo be feen the Hydioftatical and Pneuxaikal j XH+he-Optiol Part of the Courfe by itfelf. _. This Lvening, at Six, wilt b;gin ACOURSE of ANATOMY, in wh^. will be demonftrated the Manner of performing the prips.'p S-OpEnATiOJft in SoRcesv, and the Application of their refp^tive BAByAGW. BROMFEILD, Surged At his Houfe in Featherlone- Buildings, Holforn. �A Sr 1 la bus, relating to the feveral Subjefls to be explain'd in the Courfe, may be had of Mr. T. Tryc, Bookfeiler, near Gray's Inn Gate, Hoi born.____ �__ AT the KING'S THEATRE in the HAY- MARKET, Tomorrow, being the ift of February, wdi be performed a new O^ERA, cailM E N R i O. With Dancei and other Dcirnrationi estirely new. Pit and ^oxer to be put together j and no Perform to be adivined without Hcke'ts, which will be deliver'd that Day at the Orfke in the H^-TnUrket, at Half a Guinea each. Galleiy live ShiHingJ. By H:s MAJESTY'* Commsnd, No Paron whatever 10 bf admitted behind the Scenei. The'Gallery v?ill fcs fipen'd at Four 0'Clock; Pit and "Boies at Fi�t To beja. U St 9'Cock, '
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