Daily Advertiser, February 23, 1743

Daily Advertiser

February 23, 1743

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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 23, 1943, London, Middlesex WE_DN E  &A Y, # * B R tT A * T 2j, 174J, Deal; February 21. HE King's Ships, and Odtward-bound remain. Arriv'd, the Aizgufl, Martin, from Virginia. Wind South. Yefterday arriv'd a Mail from Holland. SxtraS of a Letter from Warfaw, dated Feb. 2. * They write frottxChelm, of the '15th of M Month, that M. LOpucki is arriv'd from the ;^�, tSgt^Vet"witK^cab privati ,Men\ mtLvkiiP3;.-iM-"bn&'entire Battalion, confiiling of JQ& Men, taken.Prifoner*. That there are but about 1200. Auftrians and Piedmontefe wounded or kill'd : Among the^Slain are Colonels Tfchorer and Toxat, Count Senau de Pratenburgh, &c. and that in a Word, it was a moft defperate Engagement. On the other hand, the Marquis de St. Gilles fays, thai the Spaniards behav'd with fo much Bravery, that they oblig'd the Enemy to retire, and leave behind them four Pieces of Cannon, and twe others nail'd up,* four Standards, four Kettle-Drums, and five Colours; that the Spaniards took 900 Men Prisoners, and remained Matters of the Field of Battle  that 5000 of the Enemy were kill'd on the Spot, and th; t the Spaniards had but 2500 Men kill'd or wounded. Notwithft.inding all which the Marquis St. Gilles further adds, that it is not to be doubted but that the Anffrians will give out that they remain'd Mafters of the Field of Battle, than which nothing is more falfe, becaufe the Spaniards continu'd there all Night; and that they retir'd in good Order, with all their Artillery, only for want of Subfiftunce : That there was but ot�eSpani{h General Officer kill'd, and four other General Officers flightly wounded. LONDON. Yefterday arriv'd an Exprefs at St. James's, with an Account that her Royal Highhefs the Princefs of Orange was fafely deliver'd of a Daughter, and both of them-in a -fine Way of doing well. Yefterday his Royal Highnefs the Prmce of Wales and the Duke of Cumberland were at the Houfe of Lords, to hear the Debates on the Gin Bill. His Majefty's Ship the Preilon, commanded by the RrghtHon. the Earl of Northcfe, who faiPd from-Spit-head laft Thurfday, with the three Eaft-India Ships, is bound to St. Helena, where fhe will be join'd by his Majefty's Ship the Dover, Capt. Rogers, who together will convoy home the homeward-bound Eaft-India Snips, On Monday his Grace the Duke of Dorfet. fet out for Bath. Yefterday the Lady Germain fet out for the fame Place. And this Morning the Right Hon. Sir Charles Wager will fet out for that Place. Yefterday the Firft and Second Regiments of Foot-Gu.irds vycre mniler'd on the Parade by Daniel Boone, Efqj Com-miflV.Ty-General. On Monday died fuddenly, in a Boat, as fhe was crofling the Water from Weftminfter to Stangate, Mrs. Merick, a Widow Gentlewoman, poflefs'd of a good Eftate in Lambeth-M�rfh, which falls to Mrs. Pearfe, her Sifter, Wife of Mr. Pearfe, a Potter, near Vaux-Hall. The fame Day died in Manchefter-Court, Weftminfter, Mrs. Cowdercy, Wife of Nathaniel Cowderey, Efq; Deputy-Auditor of his Majefty's Exchequer. 'Yefterday died at her Houfe in St. James's Place, after a long Illnefs, Mifs Dormer, a near Relation of the late General Dormer. Yefterday Morning died at his Houfe in Mount-Street, near Grofvenor-Square, Edwart Corbet, Efq; who formerly held a confiderable Poft in the Exchequer. On ^Monday Morning laft Mr. Baker, a Cock-Founder, at London-Wall, was robb'd near the Rofemary-Branch, Iflmgton, of Two Guineas, by two Footpads, who ufed him in a barbarous Manner, and left him for dead. We hear a -beautiful young Lyonefs was brought laft Saturday to the Tower, as a Prefent to his Majefty from General Handafyd. We hear that Dr. Taylor's Lecture on the Nature and Cure of Squinting comes on' (in the Order of his Courfe) about Six this Evening, at his Houfe in Great Queen-Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields. On Monday N ght the Jury finifh'd their Enquiry on the new-born Infant found dead in a Houfe of Eafement in Chelfea-Road, and brought in -their Verdict Wilful Murder againft the Mother, now in Chelfea-Workhoufe. Yefterday Sufarma White was committed by Col. De Veil for further Examination, for ftealing a great Quantity of wet Linnen from Mrs. Wilks, a Washerwoman, found upon her. Great Numbers of Gentlemen and Ladies daily re'fort to the Manfion Houfe and French Horn, facing the Manfion-Houfe, to fee the Artift from Norwich, and his wonderful Performances, who has given. fuch general Satisfaction to mod of the Nobility at Charing-Grofs, being twenty^two Years of Age, never-had the'Ufe of Hands or Feet, but two Foot long, weighs 'but four Stone two Pounds, and hSs as: comely a Fa*fth feveral other Performances coo tedious to mention. He is to be feen by one or more; without Lofs of Time, from Ten to Eight, and no later. 3 A N K. R U P T S. , ~ _ John BragrtU of Wirelifcdfflbe in the Codnty of Sdmerfeij Mercer �nd$?hapn?3R; James Co%dhoaa and Walter Colquhoun, of the City of Norwich; Dealers 4ml Chapjr.en. High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 36 Minutes after 16 in t�j& Maming^. and 16 after 11 at-Night. . Yefterday Bar* Stock was 144 5 yths a 145. India Steele 176 ihaff a r7-7 r.4th. Soutn'-Sea Stock. 109 1 8th. Ditto Old Annoitit* 114 t 8th a 114. Ditto New 112-1 /half. Thtee per C*nt. Annu-tics 160 t 4-th. Ditto ^1742/100^ 4th... MtUion Bank Eooiwlent m. J R'-iya^ AJiu'f*Sc? ?2. f^dnuon AfiUr�icc-i 1 5 kths. EngHfh Copper 4I. ids. Welfh ditto, no Price Atricin, no Price. Srvth per Cent. Emperor's Loan' no 1 half. F ve per Cent, ditto 76. New Bank Circubr.cn 4I. cs. Prem. India Bonds 4I 6s. a 7s. Prcm. Tnrre 1 lialf Salt Tallies 2, Prem. Three 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prem. Three per Cent, ditto'^, Difc CT'HE Gem emen. ' Urgy a d Freeholders 0' the County of OX FORD, are defied to meet at the Crofs Inn in Oxford on Thurfday the *d Day of March next, to confider of a proper Perfon to reprefent that County in Parliament, in the room of their late ivo>t.''v Member the Lard Vif count Quarendon, now Earl of Litcljfitid. Cultom-Houie, London, 14 Ft- -ury, 174Z. V>Y Order of the FhncuraHe (". ommifjion�� of  t his Majcjifs Cujloms, &c. on Wednefday the 2$d, and Friday the Z^th of February, 1742, at Three o' Clock in the Afternoon of the fame Days, ivill be put up to Sale, in-the Long Room in the Cujlom-Houfe, London, Several Parcels of Bohed and Green Tea, Coffee rdvj and roofed, Brandy, Rum, Geneva, Arrack, Cordial Waters, and Spruce-Beer ; a Parcel of Crewels, Worjled Yarn, and. Ikrumbs ; together ix.ith a Parcel of India Goods, prohibited^ to be worn here, which muft by Law be exported; clear of all Duties. To be feen at the King^s Warchoufe on Monday the 11Jl; and Tuefday > the 2&d of February infant, from Bight to Twelve in the Forenoons, and from Three to Five in the Afternoons, and in the Mornings before the Sale ', ivberi Catalogues will be deliver d. _ AN .Accdunc is now open'd at Mr. Ajderman Hoare's, Banker, in Fieer-Strect, far the poor Safferers by the late dreadml Firs at Storey-Stratford in the Ociur.ty of B'icks, and at Old Strac ord adjoining, in the County of Northampton, the Lois of which amounts to upwards rf Twelve Thoufand Pound.% in the Nnmcs of Rich-rd Greenvile, E:i}5 Richard Lownds, Efq; George Wrightc, Eiq; and Tlicmas Uthwat, Efq; four of the Truftecs for the faid unhappy Sufferers ; and fuch charitable Per ft ins as chufe rather to 1>ay their Mor.ey in there, than to thofe of the Sufferers that are now in Town making Collections, will have it placed to that Account, and a faithfulTDiftiibuuon of it according to their Indent. TH E Brrthren of th: Ant'r n; ..n.'-H*- our-able Order of GREGQRIANS, of rhc GJoutefter'Chapter in Pail-Mall, are defir'd to meet their Vjce-Gra:.] *nd Officers at the faid Houfe^ Tr.morrcw, the 24th inftant; at o' Clock, on fpecial Affairs THE Annul Mcf.inji t' fhe btntnT-en Educated at the Academy in Greenwich, will be held at the Crowd and Anchor Tavern in the Strand, cn Friday the 4x0 of March next. Tickets to be had . t the Gown and Anchor, at Lhtfon's Coffee-Houfe ill Cornhill, and at the Academy in Greenwich. Note, The Stewards delirc that Gentlemen will take their Tkkets-at lealt three E>ays bef're the Time of Meeting. THE i any moft humbly egs K. V's Pari on for the Trouble fhe ha? given him. She really \'.'a� in Earned, ai "en ?s he, and met him according to Appointment by t',e Water-fide : Has now to lament, that (he does not tike his l'erlon halt jb well a. his Propofal, and is therefore obliged to take her Leave of him ; but verj finccrely wifhes him better Luck. TH E Lady irrnuch, oblig'd co Mr. K Y. fcr the Condcjcenfion he (hews in riot ebjefting to her Irving three Months in Town with her Relations, in a feber Way, and looks upon it as a fure Specimen of her future Hapbmcfs ; Sm as (he has rio Brother, or any other Relation whom fte dares tru't with an Afoir of this Importance, begs he would give a farther Inftance cf his Condefeenfion, by puiliihing ha Reafons in this Paper why he takes this Method of applying for a Wife, and if they are approv'd of, fhe will wait upon him at any Time* aad Place he will pleafe to appn.-m. .__m HbktiAS a Gentleman that iod^'d in St. James's Park, nc�r Axe-Yard,, left his Lodging the 19th of OTtober laft, and has not lince returned ; thi- is to inform him, thit if he does not come am) difcharge his faid Lodg-.ng by the :7th iniiant, his Name fhall be publiih'd at length.__ HEK-hAS on Sunday the 23d of January laft, between the Hours of Eleven arjJ Twelve at Nigh'r, two Merf -wilfully broke fcveral Lamp; in Wappir.g-Strcet; this Is to give Noiice, that if any Perfon or Perfom will difcover either of them, fo that they may be ennvifted for the fame, they fhall have a Reward of Five Guineas paid by John Robey, at the Hermitage, by Order of the Managers of Wapp-'nj Lamps. '___ Fr.tn the Lying-in Infirmary in Jermyn- Street, ^t James's. THE LECTURES in MI. '-\ IFK Y* and PHYSIC will begin on Monday the 7th of -Viarth nest, at Eve in the Afternoco, By Sir R J-C H A R D MANNfNGH AM, Knt. M.D. F.RiS. end of rleColtcgi of Pbi'r'.-5 will be read fi-parately, and begin the 29th of Mar�h: To ivti-b wil bt ,'dded, LECTURES on tin �zvbsle PRACTICE .)/ PHYSIC lehtirinr to SURGERY; teaching the befl Methods of treating Fevers, and- other DifQrr'-crs.of the Blr.cd, thacira^ accompany the feveial Cafes in the ART of SURGERY; whe-cby trie yoiyjg Surgeon, will be enabW greatly to aUIii the external Applications, its effscboj ibe C�e, w ;

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