Daily Advertiser, February 7, 1743

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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 7, 1943, London, Middlesex -� ' J- * . A t MONDAY, February 743 DeoL February 5 S! HE Monmouth, Deptfoni, * Shark Sloop, and Mortar Bomb, remain; with .the Princefe Amelia, Mattia, the Exeter, Weiton, and the Mont-fort, Harflip, all for India. Came clown, the Ann, Wigg, for Jamaica ; arid the Italian Me.rchant,.Carterct, for Leghorn. The-Cfcaries Tender put back laft Night. Wind Weft. laft xirriv'd a Mail frokn Fla�ders. Turin, Jan. His Since our - , . 21. They write from Chambery, tnzt it Jrd coil'the Spaniards 900 Men to enter into Savoy* � be&ks t>cierters. 'Tis feid Don Philip h 'often- inclifpos'd. Artois, and La Marche, Foot, making, in all twelve Squadrons, and fix Battalions, are upon their Return from Bavaria. An ExtraS of a Letter from a foreign Minijier at Paris, dated Feb. 8. ' � � The Queen of Hungary has abfolfflely difavow'd the ;* Propofitions which ".the Marquis de Staihviile fome- time ' ago made ojx her Behalf** id that the Cardinal was de- * ceiv' in this Particular, as well as in fome others. The .* Motions of the French in Bavaria and the Upper Palati- 4 note not oijly puzzles Foreigners, but even the Circles of * the Empire. The Marihal de Bslleifle, under^ Pretence ' of caufing the Army which he brought with- him out oP * Prague to return to MJ* (>vhicU Army icarcely 'corfW* 6 Med of -10000 Men,^;Comprehending the Garrifon cf j * that City, which joined him afterwards zxEgra) is now'' * actually exoffing the Circle of Frantonia> apd amounts to * 22000 regular Troops, exclufivc^of Domefticks, Bakers, g Surgeons,. &o, and it's pretended too, that the Remainder * of "the auxiliary Troops which are in Bavaria will quit ' the Ifer and the Danube,, in order to ,affeinble upon the * Lecbttowards the Frontiers of Stvabia, vvith a Defign to If this be * traverfe that Circle, and rep.fs the Rhine. * Faft, as it's generally believ'd to be, what Troops will *� the 20.090 Miiitia which are affembling in Aljace go to ' recruit in Bavaria, where there will be no French, it's * -.thought, remainiug in a Month or fix Weeks time ? On * the ofher hand, fuppofmg the Emperor (hould augment * his Troops to 40000 Men, which' by the bye he is in no * Condition of doing, and ftiould have no further Affiilance c from France* he can by no Means reiift the Forces of her * Maieftyof Hungary ; he neYerthelefs propofes to return '( to his Territories. What other Conclufions can be drawn ' from thefe feeming Contradiftions, but that fome Means '* have been concerted either between the Emperor and the 4 Queen of Hungary9 o* beovcen his PruQian Majefty and 4 the Ernperor, for reftoring Tnmqoility to the Empire * before the Opening of the Campain * Then again, on * the other hand, if there be fo great a Probability of a * Peace, would Juch Vigorous Hefolutions be taken in * Qreat Britainin Saxony, at Vienna, and other Places, 1 where eve 1 y thing concurs towards opening the Campain * advantageoufly for the Queen of Hungary? And the States General, who have for two Years paft prudently obferv'd * a fort of Neutrality, ^vould they take -up Arms at a Time * when way- Body ctfe are going, to lay them down ? All * this at-tasfent apjfcars Enigmatical, which can only be * explain'a by Time.' L O N c O N. On Thurfday laft a homeward-bound Ship rqn foul of -the Winc-helfea, Capt. Adair, bound for India, who was falling down for Gravefend from^ Deptfbrd, and carried away her Galleries, and did other confiderable Damages, On Saturday General Wentworth, JJlakeney, .and ail the Ofticers lately arriv'd from Jamaica, were at St. James's to wait 6nhis Majefty. On Friday the Lady of the Right Hon. the'Lord Ilchcfter was fafely dcliver'd. of a Daughter, at his Houfe'in Burlington-Street. And on "Saturday the Lady of Col. Sabine, eldeft Son of the l&te General Sabine, was delivcr'd.of a Son and Heir, at his Houfe in Dover-Street. Laft Week died in advanced Years,, the Rev. Mr. Colmere, Vicar of Edfborough .in Bucks, whkh-Xiving, worth ?ool. per Annum, he has enjoy'd fifty Years, and which is in the Gift of bis Grace the Duke of Bridgewater. �His Majefty Jias appointed the Rev. Mr. John White to be Treafurer of the Cathedral Church of St. David's, in the room of the "Rsv. Mr.'Philipr Bowles, deceas-d. The Court will go ouc of Mwtting oa Sunday next* The. wonderful Artift from Norwich, who has given fuch general Satisfaction to moil of the Nobility at Charing-Crofs, is now to be feen at the Manfion Houfe and French Horn, near the Royal Exchange. This wonderful young Man, being twenty-two Years of Age, never had the Ule of either Hands, Arms, Legs or. Feet; weighs but, four Stone two Pounds, and is but two Foot long; and has as comely a-Face as moft Men. lie writes vvith his Mouth, at Cards ; Fhe vS;ratagcm. draws Gentlemens Coats of Arms, and plays with feveral other Performances too tedious to mention. He is to be feen at any Time, of the Day, from Ten in the Morning till Eight at Night, and no later. This Evening will be performed, At the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, At the Theatre Royal in .Covenc-G.irden, The Second Part of King Henry the Fourth, with the Royal Chace. B A N K -R U P T S. William Chunn> of Thames Street, London, Vintner. Robert Holmes, of St, Clement Danes, Dealer and Chapman. High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 33 Minutes after 8 in the Morning, and 4 after 9 at Night. J 146 1 8th. Saturday BanK Stock South-Sea Stock no 1 4th, without the Dividend. 1 h;:lr. Ind;n Stock 177. Ditto 1 l Ditto New "3 Ditto Three per half 101 1 i half. Old Annuities 115. Cent. Annu'ties 101 1 half, unto 1742 Million Bank 118. Equivaleirt 111. Royal Aflurancc 82 London Afftirance n 5 -Sths. �ng!ifh Copper 4I. ros. Welfh ditto, no Price. African, no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 111. Five prr Cent, ditto 76 14th. New Br.nk Circulation 4I. 2s. 6d. Prcrn. India Bonds 4I. lis. a 12s. Prom. Three 1 half Salt Tallies 2, Pnem.' Three 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 2 3 Sths, Difc. Mh;e-Oftke; January 26, 1742. Cf^HIS is fo give Notice, thtt a General Court of the Governor and Company cf the Mine-Adventurers of England, (being one of the Annual General Courts prefcab^ d by the Att of Parliament relating.to the Affairs of the faid Company) is appointed to be held at this Office on Friday the l \th Day of February next, at Twelve at boon. 1 THE Brethren of th� A^tiene ant Honourable Order-of GREGORIANS. belong to the King's Mead Chapter in Great Tower-Street, are dcfir'd to nvet at the Pup/s Head Tavern in Pope's HeaJ Alley, this Evening, at -Six o'clock pieui'dy, in order to vifit the Brethren of the faid Order J)Horg:rg to the Ch?ptsr ieJd at the.faid'Pope's lieatj Tavern. By Order, of the Vice-Grind, G. L. Srcrstary. THE Brethren of the Antie.nt and Honou�-able Order of GREGORIANS, belonging to the Grtat Jarpes Chapter, in Bifhop%-Jte-Street� arc dcfirM to attend Tcjrr.or.ovv, xhc 8th the Choice pf Officei^ for the Year enfuing. ISLINGTON 1 TURNPIR% rxx -Mi THE Truliees appointed to put in Executiofi the fever2l,A�h.of Parliament for the.Repairs of the Highways !;ad'ng fro.71 the feveral Piacesthercn mention'd, to H:ghgate Gatchpufe �nd Hampftead, ip the County of Mjddlcfe^ are rto meet by-Adjburfir nent on V/^-nefday nrx% the 9^h -nfant, it. the King's Head Tavtrn aear Ivliddie'Row, ..Holborn-, qt Three.o^Qork in .the Afternoon, Thomas Bray>: ClerL To the Worjhipful the Governors f St. Bartholomew's Be/pit at. G E N T l � IA E k, OUR Vptcs and Intf^eft/are humbly tieOr'd &r w i l L I A Ctti%t* and barry", Hab?rdtijherT Ta-Jucceci! .Mr. Samuel Na/h, lace Poiter of St. Bartholomew's HcfpitaK deceai'd/ . - '1 , Note, He is by Trade a Woollen-Jbraper7 which he foiloVd th^ty-fjvtf Years in Jleet-Street, -has-been aboyc twenty-five Years'" ^rLfverrfflan of His Ccnipany.,- has. met with great Luftb in Trade;>Tmd h&s-'st "^te and Ch ]dren,unprbvided for. His wo Uncles, William and Rohcj t -HVettj" great Benel^tors to the faid Hofpiwi. To the f^Grflipfnl tf?c Gtvenqqrs of Qbrifi-.HoJpmli Lquhn. G � n t l t M E  It OUR Votes arid Intereft are moft humbly dedr'd for , ' >: . : a- s;ia K N a � (fvife'tf the;Revf Noa M>A-K;Me* v&jfcfit) ..-To be -Mifrre/s of the Maiden School in .Chrift-sHofDiSl, in the rboni tff tny late Aaiit, Mrs. Sufanna Browne, ^eceas'd j hating i>een Aflfifhnt io her in the Bufinefs of the faid Schgol upwards of twrenty Years, and fof t\pf Years pad have had the fpie Care andA&nagejneat thereof. Year Favour i$ this Refpeciwill-bc.cftecm'd.a.Angular Obligationj by> - , G E N T t E M N, - . ____ Tiyr moji obedient Servant, _ Sufaorja Me?d. Note, The great Work in the faid Sch^olj, 3t this Time especially, reqnh*mg Tny daily Attendance, I humbly kepe thofe Gentleman whop I cannot convenieEtly wait upon will'cxcuic it, and accept of ti&t ApplicaU^pf my Fncnds in my Behalf. ' THE Pari lb of Domngton, in thtr"Pa.rss.pf Holland and County of Lincoin, do hereby jdve'Notice to allEt*13r Founders, that they are come to a Resolution to have their four Bells, containing about Ferry-five .Hundred Weight of Metal, cafl into five. Bdls. All-Bell-Founders that are willing to undertake the ftpe, are hereby denVd to fend in their Propofais to the Churchwardens pf the faid Parifh^ on the iftof March next, to the following Particulars $ the Bells to be caft here, and Room forcaffa'ng to be found, viz. The Bell-ifounder to take the &id/our rEelJs down. ' , To caft them into five new ones, prodec ng the fanie.Weight of Metalc The Pike cf nevr -Metal', if any fh.dl he added to the Weight. The'Price yon-allow FoTbld" Metal, :f snyh: left, �To hang the faid five BeJ!s up ag-wn. To find every thing wanting to one Bell but the Frame; ; To find every thing wanting to the other four Bells (taking the bid Material-) but die Frames. ' The Money to.be paid^os foon as the Work is dona, Security being given uphoTd tfi^ �-'c' ^or ore Year. HE i. The Syllabus for theie Lcclures, hj Treat fe on the 4natomy of the Ey*^ and the Sentiments of the Univerfities on his Succefei may be ail had at Mr. Cooper's,- in Pater-nofter-.Row. About Twelve this Morning will, as ufual, (the firft Monday of tHe Month) be.affembled, at the Doctor's, many of thofe he has iefrur'd to Sight the laft Month t On thisOccafion the Curious arc invl.ed._ THEATR ElrTlhe A T the KlNG!s liriJiAlK.^ m HAY-MARK�T, on Thurfday next, the of Februa/y, will be A B A L L. Being the laft in this Se..f n. Tickets will be deliver'd to Subicnbtrs on WednelHay ne^t, at Wiiite's Chocolate-Houfe in.S:. James's Street.__________ BET T Y HUGHES In Charks-Strtet, Covent-Garden, MAKES and 1ms ali forts of Mafq Dreffes, having provided herfelf with an entire new and ej fine Venetian and Silk Maiks inftant, for *Vicc-Grand;- By 0;der of the W. B. Sternary* Y And in the mean tiuie humbly hojSta her Cflftcmeis" who formtif nour'd her with their Commands, will onler cr chttfe Defies before ibt _ iy, and take Owe iheir Servants don't mifiaketbe other Hughe's for htj's. On Thurfday next fhe will attend Gentleman ar*l tadis at tb� H�rfifi?> ntarthe Okm-Houfe in ths Hay-JVIarteti : ;

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