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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 11, 1943, London, Middlesex e Daily '.AdverHief; FRIDAY, February i'i, p/4.3. Deal, February g, IHE Monmouth, Deptford, Shark, and Mortar, with the India Ships, and moft of the Outward-bound, are fail'd. Came down, the Kel-mac, Anne, Addington, and Richard and Sarah, all for Gibraltar; and the Fanny, and the Pretty Patfey, both for Lifbon. Arriv'd, the Prince of Wales, from Jamaica j the Succefs, from Lifbon. Wind W. by N. The following is the Subftance of fome private Dif-ptches from Francfort, dated February 5, addrefs'd to a foreign Minilter at the Hague. 'The Draught of the Plan of Accommodation which * the Court of France fome time ago fent to the Emperor, * tho' look'd upon here to be very favourable to her Ma- < jefty of Himgaiy, and in a great Meafure conformable to ' the former Proportions of that Princefs, yet now, upon ' being propos'd to the Court of Vienna, meets with great � Difficulties, arifing from the different Sentiments that the t greateft Part of the Princes and Circles of Germany at * tin's time entertain, to thofe they were of fome time � fince; they now being unwilling to wait the Event of < Negotiations, which have hitherto prov'd utterly inef-1 feftual, are-determin'd to ufe their utmoft Efforts to ' fecure their Dominions, as well as thole of the Empire in < general. Amongft the feveral Articles fiipukted in the < Plan of Accommodation propos'd by die Court of France, <.in order to put an End to the Differences between the < Emperor and her Maje/ty of Hungary, there are the fol- * lowing : 1. That the Kingdom of Bohemia, and all the < Territories which depend thereupon, fhall be-given to � the Grand Duke of Tufcany, and his Defendants, in a � direft Line : That her M-ajefty of Hungary, his Confort, < and all other Collaterals, fhall be excluded from fucceed-�iiig thereto,- arid not permitted from any Caufe or Pre-� tence whatfoever, to take Poffeffion thereof after the � Deceafe of that Prince. 2. That the Grand Duke (hall, * on his Side, give up to Spain the Grand Dutchy of < Tufcany, and all the Territories thereunto belonging, and ' fhall make a folemn Renunciation thereof, as well for ' himfelf and his Defendants, bdth Male and Female, as 1 for his Brother Prince Charles of Lorrain. 3. That the � Grand Duke mail be crown'd King of Bohemia, acknow- * ledged and fupporjed in that Quality by his Imperial � Majefty, the moft Ghriftian King, his Catholick Majefty, .� the States General, and all the Empire. 4. That in * order to give the greater W^ght- to the above Articles, ' and to prevent any future Troubles and Divifions, the ' ten Provinces of the Aujlrian Lo-w Countries fhall be * yielded and given up to Prince Charles pi Lorrain, and * his direct, but not collateral Defendants ; and that thefe ' Provinces (kail never, after this Ceffion, return again to � her Majefty of Hungary, to her Defendants, either Male * or Female, or to the Archdutchefs her Sifter. 5. That * Prince Qbarles of Lorrain fhall be declar'd Duke of Bra- * bant, and acknowledged, fupported, and maintain'd in ' that Quality by the Emperor, France, &c. 6. That the ' Number of Troops which this Prince fhall keep fh::ll be ' agreed upon and fix'd, as well as the Number of tnofe ' which the neighbouring Powers, in Cafe of Need, fhall * oblige themfelves to furnifb, towards the Security of the 1 Loiv Countries, by.the Treaty which fhall be enter'd into * after the above Preliminaries fhall be fettled. There are ' other Articles relating to the Tyrol, and the Auftrian * Dominions in Swabia, to which tne Emperor is willing to ' fubmit, in order to put an End to the prefent Diilur- * bances, " and proem e Tranquility to the Empire, and ' Peace in Europe. � His Imperial Majefty would not, how- * ever, be unds-rftood to hereby abfolutely renounce for * himflf, nor exclude his Defendants from the other Pre-' terifions which he has a jufl Right to form upon the Suc- * ceffiorj of the late Emperor.' L O N D O N. We hear the Number of Troops .to go from hence this Springes four thoufand, chiefly Footj and that TranQtorls are hired to carry them to Oftehd. Letters in Town advife, that the Dover Man of War, ftation'd at Canfo, met with a Spanifh Ship and a French Ship, both under French Colours, the former of which he took i and on examining the other, found her to belong to France, but had a large .Quantity of Money, which the Spaniard put oh board the Frenchman at Cape Briton, which the Captain of the Dover took, and carried the Spaniard and the Money.with him to Canfp. The George Privateer, "and anc'thin* commanded by Capt. Dewell, belonging to the American Plantations, have taken �near Barracoa a Ship of fixteen-jGuns, and upwards of fixty Men,, and a Settee or Packet-Boat, both bound from "Cadiz /or the Havanna, which Prizes aTe faid to be worth 450001. Sterling. The Settee was afterwards ranfom'd.' Yefterday cairie Advice, that the Byin, Capt.. Beard, bound for London from Jamaica, was loit near that Ifland. A great many Members of Parliament are fet out for their Seats in the Country. . The.Right Rev. the^Bifnop of Lincoln, who lias been at the Point'of Death, is now in a fair Way of Recovery. Vefrerday tfied -at his' Lodgings. at the Boot in Suffolk-street in the Strand, Major Hamilton. " " ** "' ' Late kit Weduefday Night a Man diforder'd in his Senfes alarm'd the Family 6f the .Lady Dudley in New fiohd-Street, by knocking at the Door, and crying out the Houfe :was on Fire ; and the Watchman endeavouring to fecure him, receiv'd a Stab in the Back with a long Knifej as did likewife a Chairman who was affifting him, and tney are both dangeroufly wounded. The following Days are appointed for holding the Lent Affizes for Chefter, before Matthew* Skinner, Bfqj Chief Juftice, and the Hon. John Talbot, Efq; Montgomery, Tuefday March 22, at Pool. Denbighfhire, Monday March 28," at Wrexham. Flintfhire, Saturday April 2, at Flint. Cjiefhire, Friday April 3, at Chefter. On Sunday next in the Forenoon a Charity Sermon will be preach'd at the united Parifh Church of St. Bennet Paul's Wharf-and St. Peter's, by the Rev. Dr. Roper, Redtor of St. Nicholas Coleabbeyt for the Benefit of the Children belonging to Caftle-BaynarV Ward. A Charity Sermon will be preach'd next Sunday in the Afternoon at the Parifh Church of St. John of Wapping, for the Benefit of the Charity Children belonging to the faid Parifh, by the Rev. Mr. Bellinger, Lecturer of Trinity Parifh in the Minories. The wonderful Artift from Norwich, who has given fuch general Satisfaction to moft of the Nobility at Charing-Crofs, is now to be fen at the M�mfion 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 ^"oot long j and has as comely a. Face as moft Men. He writes with his Mouth*, draws Gentlemens Coats of Arms, and plays at Cards; with feveral other Performances too tedious to mention. He is to be fen 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, 'Comus. At the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, The Spanifh Fryar, with the Royal Chace. At the Theatre Royal in Lincoln's Inn Fields, Jane Shore, with the Devil to Pay. High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 27 Minutes after. 12 in the Morning, and 56 after 12 in the Afternoon. Yefterday Bank Stock was 145 1 half a 145. India Stock 176 1 half a 175 1 half. South-Sea Stock no 1 4th a 109 3 4ths. Ditto Old Annuities 114 .3 4ths. Ditto New 113 j 1 4th a 3 8ths a 1 8th. Three per Cent. Annuities 100 1 4th a 1 balf a 100. Ditto 1742^. 100 1 4th a 1 half a 100: Million Bank 118. Equivalent 111. Royal AfTu-rancc 8z 1 half. London Aflurance 11 5 8ths. Englifh Copper 4I. lbs. Welfh ditto, no Price. African, no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no a t 4th. Five per Cent, ditto 76. New Bank Circulation 4I. 2s. 6d. Prem. India Bonds 4I. 6s. a 4s. a 5s. Prem. Three 1 half Salt Tallies 2, Prem. Three 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prem. Three per Cent, d'tto 2 5 8thsv Difc. Mine-Orike, J inunry 26, 1/42. CT^H IS is to give Notice, thu a General Court of the Governor and Company of the Mine-Ailvcnturers of England, (being one of the Annual General Courts pre levied by the Ail of Parliament relating to the Ajfuirs of the faid Company) is appointed to be held at this Ojfice on Friday the llth Day of February next, at 'Twelve at Noon. Ta the Gentlemen, Curgyj and Freeholders of the County cf ESSEX. AVtrderer's Place of Waltham.-Foreft being vacant by the Death of my Father, the Favour of your Votes and lntercft to fucceed him in that Office are defir'd by, Gentlemen, TuUr m.ft obedient burnt/: Servjrtt, Chigiv:!l, Feb. ro T743, WiTLm Harvey. Note, The Eleftion will be at Stratford on Tuefday next, the 15th infinnt. ON the 6tn Day of May laft pait a terrible' Fire happen'd at the Tcwn of Stony-Stratfoid in the County of fjucks^ ar.d at Old Stratford adjoining ill the County of Northampton. The TJ-^nvige done amounts to upwards of Twelve Thoufand Pound;. By this drendfri] Calamity above a hundred Families are entirely ruin'd, and many otSv.'ts much reduced: And as the faid Towns are burthen'd with a numerous Poor, fo that they have for Years pall paid Five Shillings in the Pound to fupport them, which Rate arjfes from the Rent of Houfes, there being no L:nds belonging to the laid Town ; great part of the Houfes being now confumed, the Inhabitants who have efcap'd the Fire not being in a Ciyacity to fuppoit the Sufferers, it is humbly hoped all charitable and welJ-dilpcied Pcrfons will contribute to their Relief. Such as are inclin'd to fo good a Work, may pleafc to pny their Money to Mr.. Aldcrmarl Hoare, Banker, in Fleet-Street, an4 they may be' furc of a faithful Diftiibution 0! it, according to their Intent, the Lots having been carefully eximin'd, and the Sums already collected diflributed by the Direction of the principal Gentlemen in the Neighbourhood of the fufferiiig Towns, fome of vrVfc Names follow ; his Grnce the Duke of Bedford, Sir John Chefter, Richard Greenvile, Efq; Rich.ird Lownds, Efq; ThomasUthwat, Efq; George Wrighte, Efq; Browne Willis, Efq; John Knapp, Efq; Francis Duncombe, Efq; &c. Note, Some of the Sufferers are now in Town, making Colleflions, and it is hoped will meet with the Affiihnce of the Charitable. _ To the Worfnpfu.1 the Governors of St. Bartholomew's Hsfpital G) e n, t l e men, YOUR Votes and Intereft are humbly defir'd for NATHANIEL CROSLE7, ( Your former Petitioner) Citiztn and Barber-Surgeon of London, To be Porter of-St. Bartholomew's HoipitaJ, in the room of Mr. Samuel Nafli, decias'd ; he having been upon the Livery uvenry-ftvc Yeats, andjtept Houfe in Cornhill twenty Years and upwards, and paid One HundrrJ Pounds per Annum fiaadingRent, but by ineviiablt; Misfortunes is greatly reduced, To the Worfhipful the Governors cf. Chrifl-Hofpital, London* Gbntlemen, . YOUR Votes and Intereft are mSft humbly .defir'd for SUSANNA -MEAD, (Wife op she K^Nor m a n Me a d, A 7,1 ) To be MMrefsof the Maiden Sshool in Chrift-Hofpiul, in the room of my late Aunt, Mrs. Sufanna Browne, deceas'd ; having been Aliflant to he; in the Buiinefs of the fe:d School upwards of twenty Ycais, and for two-Years pajt have had the fole Care and Management thereof.. Your favour iri this Refpedt will be eltetrr.'d a lingular Obligation, by, G z n t l e m t- V, , TTwr n-.cji obedient Scrti&n!, Suf?nr,a Mead. Note, The great Work in the fsid School, at this Time efpecia'Jy; requiring my daily Attendance, I humbly *opo- thefe Gentlemen .vhom I cannot conveniently v.ait open will extufe it, and accept of the Appiicitiorl at my Frii-n* in mv BoJ;alf. ALL. lerfons who have ar.y Surv/vqrfhip Oidtrs of the Exchequer midc in 169^, a e JeGr'tl to trwe: on Priday th inibnt, at Six o'Clockin the Evening, at the th': Sth initant, at Six o'Clockin the Evening, at the Crown Jnd Anchp"i-Ta\ern, over-.igji: ft St. Ci droftaticks, being the twelfth Lecture of the Catikgaj. WHEKfcAS two Per ions itray'd aw,y from their refpective Shops in St. Jgmes's Market lal Tuefday Night, trie 8 th infant, and hase not been heard of fince ; tlus is therefore todefire them to return to their refpective Hemes, otherwise their Names will be infertcd at full lergth.'___________ IF R. B an AppretKice, will return in three Days from the Pub'ication hereof, he may d�p-?nd rn beintr kindly rcce v'd, otherwise his Name at length, with a ful. D.f.ripiion of his Perfon, will cevtiinly be inferted in this Paper. WHEREAS John Vasle, about twenty Yt^rk of Age, Apprentice . ta Robert Vaiie, Bricklayer,, near. King-Street, Weftm'niler, being diforder'd iri his Senk-s, g:.c. away, or was fuffer'd to go, frrm Mr. Davis, at the Msdhoul: in Petty-Fiance, Weft-m-nftcr, onThurfday the?-)th of January lad, and has not-fince been heard of; whoever will fecure him, and give Noiics to his laid Mailer, rtwllhaxc! reafonable Charges. He h-.d on when he went away a dj.k-brown Waift-coat, a Hat, and a Woollen Cap. IA/HEREAS one Tnon.as- Kctt-ewell did VV cn Friday rob the Apartment of Ralph Beckford, Stable-Keeper, in Ormcnd-Yard, in York-Street, ni-ar St. Jumes's Churchy of upwards of Forty Two Pounds, moftly %d s. Pieces ; whoever "apprehends him fhall receive of the. faid Ralph Beckford a Reward of Five Guineas. t The faid Thomas Kettlewell liv'd as Groom fome time ago with Lord Ouffulfton, afterwards with Wiilijm Owen, Elq; in Golden-Square,, and lately with -Blomberg, Efq; Equerry to his Majelly. He is a thick Mali, about five Foot high, upwards of forty Years of Age, very fwarthy in4 black, and very hollow syed j-*nd had on a brown double-breaftsd Frock, a green Cloth Ceat with large Plate Butrons. a Pbd Waiftcoat, and a light Wig, WHEREAS in an Aclvnti^ement in the Da:ly Advertifer, dited" the 4th D--y of February inftant, Jofeph' Barnes, of the City of Briltol, Mariner, fet tbrth, that Sufer.na his Wife had dive.-s Times eloped from him without any Provocation, and by manx Entreaties had often nturn'd home to her faid Huibind, \vhere flie wag kindly receiv'd and entsrtain'd with a handibme Allowance of every thing ihe requir'd, grejtly beyond the D gnity or Ertate of her Huiband, notwith-itanding hi, manifold r^ifbehavicur, and fuch as human Nature could hardly bear with, jet the receiv'd no manner, of Cruelty, or even bad Words, but without the leaft Provocation on or about the zii of January laft, voluntarily elop'd a?^in fiom her faid Hufoand, and fecreted (as Ihe flill dothj herfelf irom his Knowledge, therein cautioning (as he ftiil does)-all Peifons whatft ever not to trnft her upon the Credit of being paid by him, for. that he would not (nor will he) pay any Dalits (he already hath or fljould'contract^ as it was a voluntary Eiop-'ment; but notwithstanding, he was. ready, and willing to charge his Efhte with the Pajment of a fufficient feparAte Maintenance, if fhe would appear and nomin: te any two Perfons fb.e ffibuld think paper in truft for her, that the fame might be punctually jiaid :. Arid whereii nctwithftanding fuch his kind Offer, yet (he neglects or re/ufes to appear and n^rne any Perfon in truft for her, but luiks about the City and Suburbs thereof, or ellewhcre from home'; thero-fore .to prevent her impoling ori the Publick, and for fecuring a competent and fufficient Maintenance, equal or. rather fupsri^r to the Degree of her (aid Huiband, the fa:d. Jofeph Barnes hath .by; a Deed bearing Date the 4th Of February'inftant, affign'd to Francis Browij and Jofeph Farrell, Merchants, both of the City of Briftol> two new-built ' Mertiiages on St. Michael's Hill in the faid City, in truft that thej', "or one of them do psy to the laid Sufanna Bjrnes the Sum of Five Shillings every W^ek during her Life, or Widowhood, which faid Sum (hall be punctually paid every Monday Morning from the "Date hereof, if (he will-apply herfelA \ or any other Perfon by her Order, to the faid Will'iam.Brown," at his Houi* in Corn-Stieetj or to the faid Jofeph Farrell, in the Lower Green, Eriitoif Jofeph Barnes, Francis Br&wn'i � _ . 'Joftph Farrell. On Wednefday next, (arid every Wedhrfday") afotii Six irrthe'Evening, will be continu'd, . ACourfeof Lectures on the Nature and Cufe of the Difeafes of the EYE; By JOHN T AY L O R, ' DoBor of Pbyfick, Sargent, Oculijl ti bitMoj.fty, jjr.d Ftllvto of ftvtr&l Cotlezcs of Pbt/ieitits m fre;gn Parts, . At his Houfe iri Great Queen-Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields. This Courfe is free to the Gentlemen of the Faculty and Efiiriri'Jiorj. The Syllabus for thefe Lectures, bis Treat:fe on the Anatomy of the Ey
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