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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 26, 1943, London, Middlesex fc A t y r a A t, fe*ijrE;ufrJfcjjffJE �Pgtf/, February 24. lE.VJBiAt. of tb� autward-boand Ships that failvd Ycftetday put back laft Night, and a^e alt uil'd again, this Morning Pt- the Wejrward. Came down, the Hotherfal, Oatk, and the Ftyar,- ILutfey,. both for Barbadoes j thaPf9Videace> Mfchell, and the � . ... Long,-both for Oporto. .Arriv'd, jthe Hooper, Hooper, from Lisbon; the Lyon, Pace, from Carolina; and the Nafiau,* Brace, from Bar-hadoes. Remain in the Downs, the .Granada and 'Tesrible jjombs; and the Neptone, Benton, for KJahbn. WindN. W. t have been certainljr inform'd by Letttt* BKaLUndu^tiat < the hflyalirrWFJft, .Mh'^ there from the Court of any Terms � of Accommodation that fhall be officPd him \fr France or ' Spain ; that" hp mould' rather chafe to fcfe ht^Territpries, < and even hlaJBood, than to do any IsHng OSMrary to the � Engagement* coatra&ed with their Britannkk -and Hun-�garian Msgeftka i he-therefore hopeii that Aey would ' give no Attention to the Reports which had been mali- < ciouflj fpwad to the contrary, for that he was ready to ' concert with their Maiefties the Jf eafores which they < ihoald jadge the 4|nit adwottgeoui, to the common < Inteieft. Th� Xiw^&ii*^1ip$f^ as well to * repair the Le^ which teluslb^dM WlU treat, * a�to make new Levies, and %ne heavy Artillery}; < thattfceflifcre, befides the Sabfiay
ood Underftanding with the King of Prujpa. �s to the ' fecond Article, it is foreieen that the Provinces of Utrecht ' aBd Groeningen will oppofe iti tho' poffibly the firfl of ' them may begam'd by declaring the Prince of Orange 1 General of Foot, and the fecond prevail'd on by thofe ' Reafons which frequently remove Objoftans made by ' their Deputies.' ': " L O N D O N. Yefterday came Advice, that the John and JamevCapt.* Caufcy, from the Bay. of Honduras for Holland, was' taken by a Soanifh Privateer, and carried into theHavanha." The Haw, -Capt.' Mac Crew, from Jamaica,-is arriv'd at Foy,. This Ship came out under Convoy of the? Wor-teller Man of War, and 'iwas-fear'd fhe was loft. The Providence, Capt. Newcomen, is arriv'd at Portfinooth.from.Virginia, and brings Advice, that the Strafford Man of War, who fprnng a Leak, &c. in her Paflage fome time ago .from Jamaica, and put into James River m:Virginia, was refitted, and was in a few Days to fail for England.'- Yefterday a Waggon laden With Money was brought to the Bank, andTlodg'd therefor the Ufeof theMerchantsi from on board >his Majefty's Ship the Lenox, Capt.' Cbmpton, arrived at Portfmouth from Lifbon. Lajftifight died, in1 advanced Years, Mr: Meffiners, an eminent wholcfale Haberdaiher in Queen^treetj Cheapude. tefterdajr the Dire^ors Of tRe. i&h&k Gifflfie^ abpointed Capt. Gabriel Stewart td be Commanddror^M Wuichefter, bound for the Coaft. of M&rafa artd tqttfsy., in the room of Capt; Pinncll, who is in an ill $me of Health. On Tuefday died at his Lodging^ in Threafaeedle-Street, Mr. William Wright> a Merchant; laielf ttriv'd from Virginia.* . Yeiietday died at his Hoofe m David-Street, Otofirenor-Square, Mr. Thomas Readhig; Clofet-Keeper of the Chapel Royal at Sl James.js, ... ; Yefterday diedi Very rich, at his Houfe in Vine-Street, near St. James's Chnrch^ Mr. Francis Saunders, a Phufterer of great Bufinefs. Yefterday the Seffions derided at the Old Baily, when 'Jn ExtraS of a Letter from the Hague, dated Feh.zz- u M, i ^ w , r .*, As aConlrmationof what liaai^be�niepo^>ef goners were toedj one whereof; was capitally con Henry Bulley, r, Eiq* in Old ate to rfie Valtie of 801. Three were caft for Trs&�- for breaking the Houfe of Id. BridewcU, and ftealing thence vifted, viz. Jpfep> Taylor, Eiq� in Plate to we Valde of ' portatk>n� and eight acquUted.. The four in' our former who were capitally convicted, and Henry Bulley, receiv'd Sentence of Death. Anne Bradford pleaded her Belly, and wis found not quick with Child. Tomorrow two Charity Sermons 'will be preach'd at St.5arthplomewbehind the Royal Exchange, f^f the Benefit of Broad-Street Ward Charity Children ; that in the Morning by the Right Rev. Father in God Thomas LordBifhop of Jfyngpr; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Dr. Cartwn^O* Reftor of St. Chriftopher's, and Archdeacon pf Colewsjler. Thfmfafby iwo Charity Sermons will be nreach'd at tbt Tltfietwicle belonging to the Parifb of St. Bolodph ' ^ tAtote, for the Benefit of the Charity Children ftidrirUk; that in the Morning by the Rev. Dr. B&Butet of St. Peter in Corn hill; and that in n by the Rev. Mr. Land, Vicar of Peckham... " t on Monday next there will be a Pcr- l-Genktmen-y Ctergy and FreMtfygrf.Sbg OXPORD, ate iip^irto mef*t(8e:Croft confidtr ty-a.praftrpirjjjm. to refrijemt (hat County in Par*; Jiamenta J* -the, mik of tbiir laU^aorthf Memberthe Lord hfeo9m\S^e^dp^_n9^.$^l^Idtebfeld- -> , EXCH EOJJ E R, 26 February, 1742. - TZfHBREAS tbt laft Payment oftbemlubfcnhd. "r Mtery JmSfaAqi* dbkmin'd ett MUbedMu Uf paft, i&tke it btrWi jgvbt to the frqfirUtors of tit /aid anfiMrihed Lottpy Ja&aii&f, to nia^ their refaction Claims formfme, an.?rlJifa*b*_3fiitf jo***?**. - -V1C1U ALX1 N G -OFFl^i 13 FeorBMy^ 1742. -V jfoyy give Nolittftletc^tt ntftt.$B the TirMfo\^y w$.&e*w0l, M&tkt 'taithfiek �"� ttetraB Hf^i^.Wvtt to-fuh tf ' m frait 1^ at end Perfan as are ivi.. ''Mt^jej^s^hipt ath be in vunt thereof. 4N< VICTUALLI NG.O FF1VE, -af-Ferritt^ 174*: CT'HE CmmiJfionersfaJ&iiafcig ^^giwMotmrt6ataa^da/�^ in the Fofitnoort; fBiy it'/// be^iady id treat for Bogtfcr tbr Service of bisMaj.ejPys.NaVi-: � of Trumpets and French Horns, which never in England before ; to which are invited all ewofUfafick. To begin exactly at Six o'Clock� NMf�Qpon Sale, firong and fine-flavour'd Batavia Arrack, at lis. od. a Gallon, if taken from the India-Houfe. Enquire of the Clerks at the Brandy-Warehoufe in Lombard-Street i whete Samples of the faid Arrack may be tailed. This Evening .will be perfornVd, At the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, The Wedding-Day. At the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, The Diftreft Mother, with Perfeus and Andromeda._ High Wazer at London-Bridge this Day at 26 Minutes after 1 in the Morning, and $o after 1 in the Afternoon. Yefterday Bank Stock was. 145 t half. India Stock/ no Price. South-Sea-Stock 110 3 8ths a 1 4th. Ditto Old Annuities 114 3 8ths a rhalf. Ditto New 112 3 4t"hs a 7 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 100 r half a 3 4ths. Ditto 1742, 100 1 half a 3 4ths. Million Bank 118. Equivalent 111. Royal Affurancc 82. London AfTurauce 11 5 8ths. Englifh Copper 41.10s. Welfh ditto, no Price. African, no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 111. Five per Cent, ditto 76. New Bank Circulation 4I. 5s. Prem. India Bonds 4I. 9s. a 10s. Prcm. Three 1 half Salt Tallies 2, Prem. Three 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 2 3 4ths, Difc.__ " Admiralty-Office, 24 February, 1742. 'HERE AS many Seamen.who have been from Time to Time put on Short fick from his Majejlft Ships, either into Hojpitals, or Sick .Quarters, have made fo ill a Return to the Care taken for their Healths as to defert from his Majeftys Service, nvben fo far reiwer'd as to be able to ivithdraiv them/elves from the faid Hojpitals, or Sick Quarters, for 'which Crime they borne incurred the Lofs of their Wages, and according to Law they are punijhableixiith Death by a Court-Martial ; but my Lords- Commiffiontrs of the Admiralty being ivilling to impute fucb Defertion to a Kajbnefs of thinking, which moft of them foon repent of, and niiQutii return to their Ships, were it not far their Apprehenjion of Punijhmtnt, which they ari confeious they too well deferve; arid their Lordjhips being inclined to Jhew fo mucb Indulgence , to thofe who are under the aforefaid Grcumftances^ in order to encourage them to return to their Duty, as io~ remove their /aid Apprehenjions of being- puxiJFd, do hereby dtclaxe, .that fuch of the faid. Men who return on board the Ships to which they did belong on or before the z^tbof March next, or in cafe thofe Ships are gonerabroad, if they go on board fame vtber of his Majeftys Ships, they Jhall not be puhifi'd. in any manner wbat/oever, an account, of the Crime tbey have committed, in withdrawing themfelves from his Majefty's Service:. And as a farther Encouragement tf them, their Lordjbips moreover are pitas'd to*declare, that ftich as Jball fo return Jhall have their E^s taken off", and Be paid their Wages for their Ships from vJhich they run} but their LoMjbips do alfe London,, imoit-diateff after Conviction ; and the Name of the Perfon making * fuch Dijiovery to 'he kept private, if required. Mr. Smith, Baldwin's Quirt, Cloak-Lane. Mr. Hejlop, Virginia-Street, Ratcliff-Highway. Mr. Paxton, Gun-Street, SpittlefieUs. Mr. Watfon, Lamb's'-Chapel-Court, Cripplegate. Mr. Wilkinfon, Caroline-Court, Saffron-Bill. Mr. Sheldon, Coal-Yard, High Hclbarn. .,r~ Mr. Marjh, Coventry-Court, Hay-Market. � Mr. Webb, St. Mary Qverfs Church-Yard._ Office of Chelsea Water-Worm, Cnancsoirect* St. James's Square, February 24, 1742. A7OTIC E is hereby given, that a General Court of the Governor and Company of Chelfea Water-Works (previous to the Annual General Court, appointed by their Charter,,for the Eleclion of a Governor, Deputy-Governor and DireBors) will be holden at this Office on Friday the \ith of March next, at Eleven o1Clock in the Forenoon ; at which Court the Accounts for the Year ended at Michaelmas laft will be laid before the Proprietors. By Order of the Court of Direclors^ Miles Cook, Secretary. an late THE Truftees lor rebuilding the Parifh Church of St. Catherine Colem�n in Fenchnrch-Street, London, a� defied to jneet on Y***tey n�t> the z8th: inftant.'at Ten g'QtcJc in the Forerioea, in the Veftry-Room ef the faid Church. THE Truftevs-of the Mibciief-x and Eflex Turnpike-Roads give Notice, fhat .at their next Ckjjer.-.l Meeting, appointed M beheld at the Coiirt-L" i!e in Whitechapel, on Monday next, " the 48th mftant, at Mine o'clock in the Morning,- they will chufe a fupernumerary.Collft3or of the Toll, in the. room of Jofeph Ward, difmifs'd from the Service of the Tru&. _Richard Dunne. Clerk. AN Aecount is now open'd at Mr. Alderm Hoare'Sj Banker, in Fleet-Street, for the poor SufTere� by :he dreadful Fire at Stpney-Stratfbrd in the County of Bucks, and at Old Srrat oid adjoining, in the County of Northampton, the L06 of which amounts to upwards of Twelve Thoufand Pounds, in the Names of Richard Greenvile, Efq; Richard LowihB, Efqj George Wrighte, Efq; and Thomas Uthwat, Efiy four of the Truftees for the laid Snhappy Sufferers j. and fuch charitable Perfons as'.ch'ufe rather to"pay their Money in there, than to thofe of the Sufferers that are now in Town maWng Collections, will have it placed to that Account; and a faithful Diftribution of it according tc* their Intent. To the Proprietors of Land and. Houfes, and the principal . Occupiers of the fame, in the Hamlet of Bethnal-Green, in the Patijh of Stepney, in the County of Middlefex. SthereJs now depending in the Honourable _ .'Houfe of Commons a Bill for majong' the laid Hamlet a difHnft Parifli, and for building a Church, toe. ,in the fame, which is to Be at your fole Charge, ?you are defir'd to meet feveral of the faid Proprietors, Sec ca Tuefitajfiitirr, the lft of March, at Three in the Afternoon, at Powel's Coffee-Houfe, near Spitdefields-Market, in order to hear the laid Bill read, and ti confuh upon th? fame. ____ XH E. Pariftioners of the Freedom Part of the'Parifh of St. Botolph without Aldgate, Londori, will meet in the School-Room theCorner of Houndfditch, on Monday next, the 18th mftanf,' it'Three o'QJockin the Afternoon, to treat with fuch Perfon or Perfons who fhaU be willing to take on them the Care and Maintenance of their Poor at a certain Price._- Marybon-Gardens, Feb. 2$, 1743.. is hereby given, that.- the... A? NOTICE BREAKFASTING will begin at this Place on Monday fle�v ,' the a8th ii}ftant, where the Gentry will be exceedingly well sccommc^etfl-at One Shilling "each Perfon ; and the Company will be cifo conMntjy; enteitain'd with Trumpets and French Hotns^ accompanied with the cigs/v. : Note, The Saloon will be kept warm for the Reception cf-the Geritfemsa;;.\� and 'Ladies: And on Thurfday Morrfng next there will be a Practice of the ' y whole Band of tAu&ski
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