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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 16, 1943, London, Middlesex                                WEDNESDAY,  February i6, i743. DcaL February 14. .. % - HE Richmond, Ellis, from'Jamaica, fail'd- this Morning for tfi�-River. Arrived, the Iodailrf Tender, from theWeftwardthe Prinze Frederick, Wade, frbm Hull, for Oporto, and remain,; With the Seaford Man of War, and fhe Granada and Serpent Bombs. Wind South-Weft. On Monday laft Mx. Wood, an eminent Fimrhonger ai Temple-Bar, walrnjrried at St. Ann's within Alderfgate to Mifi Sally Mayle; "an agreeajble young Lady, with a Fortune of ;oool. ?" ' P On Sunday laft Mr. John Mair, of Gravefend, was married to Mifs Lawrence, Daughter of the prefent Mayor of that Corporation, a beautiful young Lady, with a Fo�une of 50001. Yefterday, by the Vigilance of the Conftables, the bar-!� barous Ctiftdm of throwing at Cocks was preventedT in the ExtraS of a Letter from a foreign Minijler at Pa r �j j' City and Liberty of Weftminfter, to the great Difappoint-iated Feb. 12. �-� ment of a great Number of Mob, who were aJTembled toge- It continues to be currently reported at Verfailles, that] ther upon this Occafion according to annual Cuflom. the Troops of his moft Chriftian Majefty which are iit; \ Laft Saturday Night fome Rogues found Means to knock Bavaria will march towards the Rhine as foon as the :jt'-a great deal of Iron off feme Carts at the upper End of Seafon will permit, and thao the Turfnneof the Age witLl i^St. John's Street, near Wood's Clofe, which they carried off. take the moft favourable Opportunity of'avoiding the?? Yefterday Robert FJtz-Simmons was committed to New-Purfuit of the Auftrians. People at Court are now con- ] JPrifon by Col. De Veil, for felonioufly taking a Carpet out vinced Jthat it will i>e.4efc di&oek for 4ke &be*gti%&&�� $*HP Joae*. to* Property, Germany to reconcile the Differences between their Em-T    w" k~"" tU'r*'   9 H^Swr-Msfc* emdnA+A , peror and the Queen of Hungary, than for a French Miniftry to do it. The Court of" Spain had entertain'd fo great an Antipathy to Cardinal Fleury, that it is not to be doubted bat that the News of his Death was receiv'd at Madrid with high Pleafure, v^here the flattery them-felves with finding for the future the Court of France more favourably djfpos'd towards them. This Hatred to the Cardinal was fo violent, that the Marquis de Caftelar, during his Refich?nce at Paris, and afterwards the Marquis de las Minas, had exprefs Orders to exert themfelves to the utrnoft, in order to caufe that Prime Minifter to be difgraced. The Court of Spain will probably at leaft draw this Advantage from the Death of his Eminence, viz. that France will not perhaps labour fo earneftly to perfuade the Emperor toaccommodateMatters wirh the Queen of Hungary upon the Terms of pre-ferving his Territories, and thofe of an Uti pojjidetis, towards effefting whereof the utmoft Pains have undoubtedly been taken for more than fix Months pair. At prefent the Court of Madrid will renew its Remonftrances, and ftew, that if the Emperor makes Peace with her Majefty of Hungary, this Princefs will be in a Condition ef preserving, without any Difficulty, all her Territories in Italy, from whence fhe would prefently drive the Spaniards. In fhort, if France fhould ever fo little now contribute to traverfe the Defigns of Spain, which begia to take a favourable.Turn, this.laft Court would not tail of. taking the firft Opportunity of revenging itfelf. It's certain that France has but little Reafon to difturb herfelf about what may happen from thefe Circumftances, which in Reality ought to determine his moft Chriftian Majefty to finiih a Wax. which exhauihs h\� Pecpfe" of tl&i*Ji}''jf% We hear there is a &Txmg^Matcfa concluded on between William Chitham and Smallwodd jun. for Ten Pounds and the whole Houfe, which will be decided on Wednefday next, at the ufual Place at Tottenham-Court. 'Tis thought by feveral Judges and Lovers of that manly Exercife, that it will be one of the fevereft and fmarteft Battles that has been fought for a long while. Great Numbers of Gentlemen and Ladies refort to the j Virginia CofFee-Houfe behind the Exchange, to fee the three furprifing Rattle-Snakes, alive, and full of Vigour, altho' they have receiv'd no manner of Suftenance above thefe eight Months; as alfo a curious Combo, alive, from the Eaft Indies; with a great many Things in Shell-Work, and other Curiofities, too many tb mention here. The Price for feeing thefe Things is One ShiHing each Perfon. For feveral Days paft fome of the Royal Family, and abundance of the Nobilky and Gentry, have reforted to the Rummer Tavern at Charing-Crofs, to fee the wonderful Gigantick Milk-white Ox, and the furprifiHg Lilliputian or Dwarf Cow, which have given fuch general Satisfaction, as to be allow'd the greateft Oppoiites of Nature that have ever been feen in thefe Dominions. They will continue to be fhewn every Day this Week, and no longer,-from Eight in the Morning till Eight at Night. 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, oppofite the Manfion-Houfe. 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, Gentlemens Coats of Arms, and. plays at Cards; djjajws -----. . . _ . fure, without having any Profpect of drawing therefrom , with feveral other Performances too tedious to mention, the leaft Advantage, except that of fetting the Germans ] He is to be feen at any Time of the Day, from Ten in the together by the Ears, and making them mutually deftroy Morning till Eight at Night, and no later. . one another in fuch a manner, as that one may with Ludgate Prifon, Feb. 15. We the poor Prifoners moft Jufiice fay, it was th& Germans who overturn'd the Houfe humbly beg Leave tc^return our hearty and fincere Thanks of Aujlria, if ever that Rampart of Chriftendom, and j to our unknown generous Benefactors, for the Two Guineas this Day put into our Begging-Box, which, to the immediate Support of abundance of unfortunate Citizens, were Aujiria, if ever that Ramp powerful Support of the Germannick Body, fhould come to Dcftruftion.' LONDON. Whitehall, Feb. 15. The King has been pleas'd to con-ftitute and appoint John Stevenfon, Efq; to be Lieutenant and Lieutenant-Colonel; Thomas Goddard, Efq; to be Cornet and Major; William Peter, Efq; to be Guidon and Major; Charles Dartiquenave, Gent, to be Brigadier and Lieutenant; and Richard Davenport, Gent, to be Adjutant and Lieutenant, to the Fourth Troop of Horfe-Guards. General Wentwbrth is gone down- to Whitchurch in Hants, to offer himfelf a Candidate for that Borough, in the room of Charles Clarke, Efq; now a Baron of the Exchequer. .'Tis faid that Admiral Mathews will be a Candidate for the City of Rochefter, in the room of Admiral Vernon. We hear by a Claufe in the Infolvent Debtors Bill, that all Perfons who have receiv'd any Benefit from any other Afts, will be excluded from having any Benefit in this. The Merchants have receiv'd the following Advices from Providence, relating to the two Prizes taken by the Privateers belonging to Philadelphia : That one carried four Carriage and two Swivel Guns, and 62 Men ; her Cargo, according to the Bill of Lading, valued at 330001. Sterling, befides private Trade. The other was a Settee, or Packet-Boat, from Cadiz, carrying two fix-pounders, 44 Men, and fmall Arms in proportion; had on board 22 Tons and a half of Quickfilver, upwards of 200 Barrels of Wine, feveral Tons of Iron, and ten Chefts of fmall Arms; fhe was valued at 120001. Sterling. The Montford, Capt. Heaflup, the Princefs Amelia, Capt. ^Martin, and the Exeter, Capt. Wilfon, from London for Eaft-India, with the other outward-bound Ships that fail'd oat of the Downs on Saturday laft, got fafe to Spithead on Monday Morning, and there remain Wind-bound. We hear that Capt. Bofcawen, of the Firft Regiment of Foot-Guards, will foon have a Company in that Regiment. They write from Wootton-Baffet in Wiltfhire, that on Sunday the 30th of January, about Eleven in the Forenoon, a Fire broke out at the Houfe of Mr. Stephen Pearfe, a Wheelwright, near the Church, which greatly alarm'd the Congregation, and the whole Town, and in an Hour and Half's Time it deftroy'd eighteen Houfes ; by which Mif-fcrtune many People were entirely ruin'd. equally divided by the Steward on the Common Side. Such a worthy Example is a great Prefervation of faving of Numbers of unfortunate Men and Women from inevitably perilhing under their moft miferable Circumftances. BAN  K  R   U  P  T  S. William Martin, of Uckfield in Suffex, Shopkeeper and Chapman. Samuel Turton, of Marlborough in Wilts, Ironmonger. William Sanderfon, pf Duke's Place, London, Victualler and Chapman. Thomas Taylor, late of Briflington, otherwife Bafsleton, in Somerfetfhire, Gallipot-Maker and Chapman. Yefterday Bank Stock was 144 1 half. India Stock 175 1 half. South-Sea Stock 109 1 4th a 109. Ditto Old Annuities 114 5 8ths a 1 4th. Ditto New 112 7 8ths a 5 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 100 a r 8th. Ditto 1742, 100 a 1 8th. Million Bank 118. Equivalent 11 r. Royal Affurance 82. London Aflurance 11 5 8ths. Englifh Copper 4I. 10s. Welfti ditto, no Price. African, no Price. .Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no 1 half a 3 4ths a 1 4th. Five per Cent, ditto 76. New Bank Circulation 4I. 2s. 6d. Prem. India Bonds 4I. 4s. a 5s. Prem.   Three 1 half Salt Tallies 2, Prem.   Three 1 half per Cent. ditto 25 Exchequer Orders 8ths, Difc. 5, .Prem.  Three per Cent. THOSE Perfons who have not yet taken in Mr. STACKHOUSE's HISTORY of the BIBLE, (which is now printing witbrhis Majefty's Royal Privilege and Licence) and are defirous of being Subfcribers thereto, may begin with No. I. and go on progreffively for only 6d. a Week till the whole Work-is complete, which will be included in about 100 Numbers: Therefore fuch as will give Direction to S. AUSTEN, remov'd from St. Paul's Church-Yard to the Angel and Bible in Newgate-Street, the Proprietor and Printer of this Undertaking, fhall have a Number for 6 d. fent to any Part of the Town, free of any other Expence, every Saturday, being the Day of Publication. Note, Any of the Numbers may be had at prefent to perfect this Work, as far as is hitherto publifiVd ; of which thofe Perfons that have been fupplied with fome of the firft Numbers, and have neglefted to fend for the tatter ones, are defir'd to take Notice, for fear of any Miftake hweafter. HEREAS* Mr. Thomas Stanton, Packer, (lateot Little Winchefter-Street, by London-Wall) deceas'd, had three Children, whofe Names were Thomas, Dorothy and Amy ; if all or  either of them are living, and will apply to Mr. Benjamin Wattin# at the Peacock ia Looabard-Street, they may ha$e further Particulars, ct*#� Anmverjary Meeting of the Society for fj$l fpepagyition of the Gofpil in Foreign Parts, nnill be beli--in the Veflry-Room belonging to the Chutxlr-tf St. Mary It Bow in Cheap/ide, on Friday- next, the 18th infant, at Nint1 tf* Clock in the Forenoon ; upon nvhich Occafion there will be a Sermon preacVd by the Right Rev. the Lord Btjhop of Cbicbefter.   Prayers will begir. at Eleven o1 Clock. vv H HEREAS lev. ral  -enrlerac:n and other*- h.ive of late taken the Iibeity, in their Way from London to-Eplbst, of riding out of the Road, and making Bridle-Ways crofe the' Common Fields of the Pariines'of Ewell, CuJdington, Cfcmam and Sutto^ in Surry, to the great Prejudice" of the Farm:rj, and Qtheri'ropvirtoriof the fail Lanls: Therefore, thst no Perfon.may pretend Igncovance, this publidt Noties is.givci, that for the future whoever fhall be feen to ride crels any pf tne isidCarnaiioa.FLlds out of the Cart Road^wjU be profecuted with the utmoft Severity of Law. To &e Wtrflupful the Governors of Lhrifi-Hojpiul, London. (1 8 r t I e m e n, ^otcs atK* *ntereft are m�ft humbly V'U S  A>N  N  A      U Jg. A  Dj   ' (Wife of the Rcu. Nor m a n Me ad,j!MJ To be Miftrelsof the Maiden School in Chriit-Hofpiial, in the room of my late Aunt, Mrs. Sutanna35rowne, deceas'd ; having been Affiftant to her in the Bufinefs of the f.iid School upwards of twenty Years, ani for two Years paft have had the fole Care and Management thereof. Your Favour in this Relpedt will be efteem'd a Angular Obligation, by, O s n t l t, m e m, Yiur moft obedient Servant, �% Siifaniui Mead." Note, The great W*k in the faid School, at this Time-efpecially, requiring my daily Attendance, I humbly kope thofe Gentlemen whom: I cannot conveniently waitf upon will excufe it, ana accept of the Application of my Friends in my Behalfc ^^^^ To the Worjhipful the Governors ef GbriJi-Ho/pital, Ltndin. Gentlemen, YOUR Worlhips Votes an.3 Inrereft are humbly defied for ANNE        B   I   D   D   E   L   L, To be your School-Miftrefs of Chrift-Hofpital, in the room of Mrs. Sufan-Brown, deceas'd. Your Petitioner is the Widow of a Clergyman, left with thre.e Children j. has kept a School fifteen Years, and done her Dury with good Reputation. She is a healthy Woman, thirty-eight Years of Age, and hopes your Worlhips will think her a fit Perfon. ALL Vice-Elders and CouhkJlors of the reipmflrve -Chapters of the Amient and Honourable Order of the GOLDEN FLEECE are hereby advertifed, that a Senatus Concilium will be held this Evening, at Six o' Clock, in the Star Chapter-Room, at which Time they a;e requir'd to attend. By Order of the Grand Elders, ___T. M. Recorder. OWEVER ludicrojs rh^Advertifement of _      K. Y. ofrkfft Wciine'hay, the 9th, may appear, he is ready and willing to meet any Pdrfon who is crualilied as by the laid Advertifement, or a^y Gentleman rbr them ; but clperialiy the Lady who deiires to live three or four Months iflTcwh, in a fober Way, among.1 her Relations, or any Perfon fgr Ler^ tofetufy.them cf his being known to Perfons of the beft Reputation iafeSvn, as^Wl-as Coentry 5 ahd can very eafily prove himfelf worth double fhe Money mentioned in the Advertifement, and theSleaforb of this pubhdc Procedure.__ IF the Perfon who lodg*d at Mr. Law'?, alijs Coppergat, from Saturday November the 6th to December the 4th, w 11 come or fend his Friend to Mr. David Boyes, at the King's Head, Fleet-Market, in a Fortnight's Time, and then difcover (bona fide) what Sum or Sums of Money were paid or promis'd to be paid to a certain P�fon in- Caftle-Street, for his Journey to York in December laft, it will be deem'd a particular Favour, and likewife a Mans to recover JufHce to the Injured. ALL Perfons indebted to rhe Eltate of Samuel Righton, hte of Cornhill, London, Pewterer, a Bankrupt, are dtfir'd forthwith to pay their refpedlive Debts to Mr. Robert Hitchman, of St. Margaret's Hill in the Borough of Southwark, Pewterer, or Mr. WilKam Newham, of New-Street, near Shoe-Lane, Pewterer, two of the Aflignees under the Commiflion of Bankrupt againft the laid Samuel Righton, ot to Mr. Morgan Morfe, Attorney at Law, in Queen-St/eet, near Cheap-file, London, otherwife they will be fued without further Notice._ "HEREAS one Thomas Kett'ewell did on the 4th inftant rob the Apartment ofRalph Beckford, Stable-Keeperj in Onrond-Yardf in York-Streef, near St. Jomes's Church, of upwards of Forty Two Pounds, moftly 36s. Pieces; whoever apprehends him fhall reeeive of the faid Ralph Beckford a Reward of Ffve Guineas. The faid Thomas Kettlewell liv'd as Groom fome time ago with Lord Oufliilfton, afterwards with William Owen, Efq; in Golden-Square, lately with - Blomberg, Efq; Equerry to his Majefty. He is a thick Man, abwt .five Foot high, upwards of forty Years of Age, very fwarthy afid blfck, 9ni very hollow eyed ; and had on a brown double-breafted Frock, a green CfothCeat with large Plate Buttons, a Pted Waiflcoat, and a light Wig. 'HEREAS Wwliam Shaw, Apprentice to Mr. Oolton, at Fleet-Ditch, went away from his Mafter lift Sunday Morning; whoever brings him, or gives Notice to his faid Mafter where he may be met with, fliall have Two Guineas Rdward, and reafoaable Charges. ....    ... 'He is twenty Years of Age, absut five Foot three Inches high, has black, Eyes and Eyebrows, of a pale Countenance, an*%ears a light Colour Cloth trock, of grey Cloiths.__j_ WHEREAS Samuel Higga, Apprentice to Mr. Jof. Crifti, Cahtnet-Maker, in Silver-Street, went from hs Mafter's Service on the 18th of September laft, and hath not fince retarn'd j whoever'entertains or employs him, be it at their Peril. IHf is about twenty Years of Age, tall-and thin, and took with him a dark corded FufHan Frock and Waiftcoat, Leather Breeches, a brown Cloth yyaiflcsiatrand Coat with a Velvet Cape, and wore a fhort dark Wig. HEREAS William Drxter, Apprentice to Jofeph Baker, Cutler, in Bedford-Street, Bedibrd-JRow, Hoi-born, went from his faid Mafter on Tuefday the 8th inftant; whoever wili bring him to his laid Mafter fhall be rewarded. He is About fixteen Years of Age, about- five Foot two Inches high, has a round Fate, and a frelh-colour'd brown Complexion, and born at Uxbridge ; he had on when he went away, a white Cloth Coat and Waiftcoat, a Woollen^ap^ndajian _ _ ffOST.on Saturday Night laft, between th� JL^'Hours of Nine and Eleven, a Pint Silver Mug, mark'd G C, weighing about fixteen Ounces. Whoever will bring it to theftathcrs a; Richmond, fhall have Half a Guinea Reward, and no Queftiofc aik'd j ox if offer'd to pawn er fell, pray ftop it. greenvjH" w   

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