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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 9, 1943, London, Middlesex The uiiib. j j k- WEDNESDAY, February d, Dw/, February 7. _ w j HE John, Cullate, from New-York, I is arriv'd. Came dow�, the London, Bowell, and the John and Weft the Sc. George, Dearing, for Lifbon; and the Charming Peggy, Miller, for Oporto, and remain, with the Men of War and Merchant-Ships.' _ Wind N. W. Yefterday arrivM a Mail from France. M. Chaurelin, who has been corrfirTd at Bourges ever fince the Year 1737, has been fent by Order of tfcie Court to JJfare, a fmall Town in Auvergne* This Alteration is attributed to a Memorial fign'd by him, and delivered to the King by one of his Ffiends, who thought to make h?s Court by fo doing, in which Memorial that late MinSter has not fhewct the Reipeft which is thought by the�ourt �$ be due to the Conduit of the late Cardinal. An Extra3 of a Litter from a foreign Minifter atPAKis, dated �eb, IO. 1 The Affair is determined at Verfailles, the King has � aftually begun to govern the Kingdom himfeif at the 4 Age of thirty-two Years. Lewis XIV. rathe* chofe to ivers, and conducted into one of the ill Houfes in the faid Alley, where fhe endeavour1 d to pick his Pocket, but his Breeches being Leather, greafy and ftiff, and the Pocket very deep, ihe could not accomplifh her Defign, and therefore took a Cafe-Knife out of a Drawer, and with one "Stroke cut the-Waggoner's Breeches quite thro1 to his Thigh. The Money and Blood run about the Floor; they both fcrambled for the Money; and on the Woman's calling out for James, Thomas, George, &c. the Man run out of the Houfe with what Money Jie gathered from the Floor. Now the Waggoner would willingly get the Woman apprehended and pro fee u ted, but cannot- negieft his Bufinefs to ftay in Town, fo that Madam will for this time efcape being brought to Juftice. - ItVapprehended, that were the Conftables and Watchmen to exert the Authority given tlvrm by a late Aft of Parliament for regulating the Nightly .War* in.Jthe-City .of London, wiereby the Watchmen - To the worthy Electors of St Alba February 3, 1742-, the Borough N *S. will, * ,that however as it � Days and the Hours that he will do Bufinefs witn his * Minifters, who are even to go to him to Cboijy wiienever ' his Majefty fliould be there with the Dutchefs of Chateau-� Roux. The Jefuits are exceffively mortified that Cardinal 1 Tencin has faiPd of being Prime Minifter. There is ' now great Likelihood that he will go and plant Cabbages < with his female Favourite in his Archbilhopiick of Lyons. * His Majefty has given the beft of the. Eccleftaftical Pre- * ferments enjoy'd by the late Cardinal to M. Boyer, here-' roibre Father of the Oratory, who is now Governor of ' the Dauphin, and who, as Cardinal de Fleury was the * antient Biihop of Frejus% is antient Bifhop" of Mirepoix. * He certainly is a very worthy Prelate, whofe Integrity * the Air of the Court has not yet been able to corrupt, 4 and whofe virtuous Sentiments, which have been imbibed, * or at leaft improvM in the School of the Oratory, ftill 4 remain untainted. This Biihop will in a Day or two c fcke his Turn to do Bufinefs with his Majefty, in refpedt 4 toEcclefiaftical Affairs. By this Way which his Majefty *' has taken of proceeding, all Cabals fubfide, M. Chauvelin ' ftill continues in his Exile, the Dukes de Noaiiles and ' Richlieu out of the Management of publics Affairs, and 4 according to all Probability, the Pcrfon who will have 4 the greateft Influence will be M. de Maurepas, a very ' able and an upright Minifter, for whom his Majefty has * always hzd a ftrong Inclination, and for whom he has ~~ even in the Life-time of ' ever difcoverM a high Efceem, It is not yet determin'd who feail Cardinal de Fleury. � fucceed M. d'Argenfon as Secretary at War, who a few r Days ago refign'd that Employment.' Brujfds, Feb. 13. The Britifii Troops are to begin their March towards the Rhine onTaefday the 15th inftant, N. S. L O N D O N. . His Majefty has been pleas'd to appoint Charles Clarke, Efq; Member of Parliament for Whitchurch in Hants, to be one of the Barons of his Majsfty's Exchequer. And Sir Thomas Abney, Knt. one of the Barons of the Exchequer, to be one of the Juftices of his Majeity's Court Of Common-Pleas, in the room of Sir Thomas Parker, now empower^ to take up all common Proftitutes and diforderly Perfons, and charge the Conftable of the Night with them, the Streets might be foon clear'd of thefe bad People : But it's much to be fear'd that fome Conftables, inftead of encouraging the Watchmen in doing their Duty, check them for doing of it, becaufe they don't care to be troubled with going before the Alderman the nexfDay. The following Days are appointed for holding the Lent Aflizes. HOME CIRCUIT. Lord Chief Juftice IFilles, and Sir William Chappie, Knt. Hertford, Thurfday March 3, at Hertford. EiTex, Monday March 7, at Chelmsford. Kent, Wednesday March 16, at Rochefter. Suffex, Tuefday March 22, at Eaft-Grinftead. Surry, Thurfday March 24, at Kingfton upon Thames. WESTERN CIRCUIT. Southampton, Tuefday March r, at the Caftle of Winton. Wilts, Saturday March 5, at New Sarum. Dorfet, Thurfday March 10, at Dorchefter. City and County of Exeter, March 15, at the Guildhall. Devon, the fame Day, at the Caftle of Exeter. -Cornwall, Wednefday March 23, at Launcefton, Somerfet, Tuefday March 29, at the Caftle of Taunton. The poor clofe confin'd Prifoners of his Majefty's Prifon of the Fleet, beg Leave to return their unfeigned Thanks to their unknown generous Benefactor, that put into their Box at the Begging-Grate a Guinea laft Monday Night, being a great Relief to a great Number of poor Prifoners, who are in great Want of all Jtfeceffaries of Life, thro' long Confinement, and having np daily or other Allowance, as ail other Prifons have, nor any Running-Box in the Street as ufual, it being totally fupprefs'd, as it gave Offence to the worthy Magiftrates of this Honourable City. The wonderful Artift from Norwich, who has given fuch general Satisfaction to moft 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 Ufe 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. He writes with his Mouth, draws Gentlemens Coats of Arms, and plays at Cards j with fcveral other Performances too tedious to mention. Lord Chief Baron. and Charles And on Friday next Charles Clarke, Efq; Pillfworth, Efq; Member of Parliament for Aylefbury. in Bucks, will be call'dto the Degree of Serjeants at Law. Letters from Carracoa advife, that upon hearingjthat three Englifh Privateers were careening at Ruba, a fmall Diftance from Carracoa, tney fitted out a Ship from thence, with 24 Guns and 240 Men, who went and took them atf^ and brought them to Curracoa, where the Commanders were impnfon'd, the Men whipt, and the Veffel fold. Several Letters from Bourdeaux by Yefterday's French Mail advife, that a Spanifh Privateer belonging to St. Sebaftian's having attacked aij* Englifh Ship, bound for India, of thirty-two Guns, they fought feveral Hours,-till at length the Englifh Ship blew up, and all her CreW, except feven, perifh*d. His Majefty's Ships the Bridgwater and the ^Serpent Bomb-, are by the- Lords of the Admiralty order'd to fail immediately to cruize about Guernfey, Jerfey, and Cher- ) burg, in order to ftop the Progrefs of the Privateers on the Coaft of France. at the Eaft-India Company's Sale, their beft and the Yefterday, Hyfon fold from 15 s. 2d. to 20s. 6d. a Pound; uddle Sort from 12s. $d. to 14s. gd. a Pound. The Rev. -Mr. Jof. Sims is prefented by the Lord Chancellor to the Reftory of St. John the Evangeb'ft* at Mill-Bank, Weftminfter, void; by the Right- Rev- Dr, Willes being.appointed Biihop of St. David's. Laft Monday Night a Waggoner was picked tip in Fleet- 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 performM, At the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, The Committee, with the Virgin Unmafk'd. Ac the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, The Provoked Hufband, with the Royal Chace. At the Theatre Royal in Lincoln's Inn Fields, The Nonjuror, with the Devil to Pay. --B A N K R U P T. Thomas Read the elder, now or late of Abington in the County of Berks, Mealman and Cornfaftor._ H:gh Water at London-Bridge this Day at 48 Minutes after 10 in the Morning, and 23 after 11 at Nighty_ 8th a / 4th half a 146. 8ths a Ditto Yefterday BanK Stock was 146 1 India Sf*ck 177. South-Sea Stock no 1 naif a 5 1 half. Ditto Old Annuities 114 7 8ths a 3 4ths. New 1133 Sths a 1 4th. Three per Cent. Annuities 101 1 4th a 1. Ditto 1742, 10114th a is Million Bank 118. Equivalent ill. Royal Afiurance 82 1 half. London Affurance n 5 8ths. ErgHfh Copper 4I. 10s. Wel/h ditto, no Price. African, no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperors Loan 110 1 half. Five per Cent, ditto 76 a 1 4th. New Bank Circulation 4I. 2s. 6d. Prem. India Bonds 4I. Three 1 half Salt Tallies 2, Prem. Three 9s. a 7s. Prem. i half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prem. Cent, ditto 2 3 8ths, Difc.__ Three per free - h'lihery Copartnerfhip. ^ * of the Copartners will be held this Day, Cjth htft. at Hamlin s Coffee-Houfe near the Royal * at Eleven 6"Clock in the Forenoon, on fpecial Ajft the Members are defied to be there early._ Meeting being the * pHE Truitres appointed to put in Execution M an.Aft of Parliament to enable the Panfliioners of the Pari/h of StTSotolph without Aldgatc, in the City of London, and County of Mid-dlefex, to rebuild die Church of the laid Parifh, give Notice, that they intend to meet Tomorrow, beinf; the iott* of this inftant, at Three o*Ciock in the Afternoon, in the Vertry-Room of the Taberoacls bakaging tn rhp kid P^rifti. on Bufiiicfs relative to the fold TzXift, E L C R O S h E yiS I have received Encouragemmt from the ^ greateft Number of the principal Gentlemen + Fnefneh and Inhabitantsy to offer my ft If a Candidate for the Borough of St. Albans, I humbly leg the Favour of your Votes a , and will lay a' lafting Obligation on Your moft faithful and obedient Ser*va\ JAMES GRIMSTON. Coaches will be ready at Six oy Clock on Friday Mornings at Mr. MaddQfh^ the Golden Rorfe in Alderfgatc-Streef> being the Day of Efeclion. SI N CE no Notice has hitherto bem taken of the law jftopofcls of G. G. this is to inform the Publicic, that the ..Setac**&&&yjB$&.$�l by Way of Subscription, and the fsrrie rsken iii at Mr. Jofiah vrahanfs, Bookfeiicr, oppofite St. Mart/ii's Church in lite Strand, at oniy On= Shilling each Subfcnbcr ; tvherc the laid Scheme u'ill be ready to be deliver V to the Subtcribers, or their Order, cn the iSth inibnr. Wherein it will be made appeiir to the People, how eafy and cMcf.-^liy all our Wool, and the Manufactory theieof, miy, bq-jnd Contradiction,, for the ruture bz fecur'dto curfelves ; 1. Without the Kx-p:nce of one fingle Ship or Sloop of War to guard uur Coalrs (nil manner of Shipp:n2 in this refpc^ being absolutely Nonferrfc). 2. Without the NccefTiry of any fcparate and newComrniiHon to ftil thefe Kingdoms with Locufls to dev-jur the People'^ 3. Without the leaf! Duty, or ::.ny other Expence to be laid on our Wool, or the Manufactory, for Management,, which, if done, would be the Ruin of it, or the leafl Inconveniency to the Trade thereof $ dr 4. By putting the Management into the Hands of poor ignorant empty Parifh and Oounty Ofncers. And laftlyj Without cccafionins r-ny D.image or Lofs to either VVooi-GrowerSj or Gentlemen of Eftates, either in their Perfons or Fortune*, by this Scheme propcsM, N. B. The World will be cenvine'd by thefe Propolis, that the Runninl of our -Wuol mud inevitably ceafe whenever this Scheme is carried into Execution by Authority of Parliament. _ To the Worjkipful the Governors of St. Bartholomew's HofpitaL Gentlemen, YOUR Votes and Intertft are humbly deuYd for N A T H A N I ( Your former Petitioner ) Citiz n and Barber-Surgeon of London, To be Porter of St. Bartholomew's Hofpital, in the room of Mr. Samuel Nafh, deceas'd ; he having been upon thcLr.ery twenty-five Years, and kept Houfe in Cornhill twenty Yeais and u.Wirdi, nnd paid One Hundred Pounda per Annum ftardtne; Rent, but by inevitable Misfortunes is greatly reduced, 1o the yyorjotpful the Governors of Lhnft-hojpital, London* Gentlemen, YOUR Votes and Intereft are moft humbJy defir'd for SUSANNA MEAD, (Wife of tbe Re
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