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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 7, 1943, London, Middlesex Numb. j^aA- M O N D A Y, tylk M&i* 7, 174$. Deal, March 5. *� YESTERDAY fail'd the Pracefs Louifa, Pinfon, for, India. "The Leopard, Squirrel, Terrible Bdjab, the St. Peter and Jofeph Prize, and the Charles Tender, remain. Vvmd South-Sonth-Eaft. Since our laft arriv'd a Mail ftom Ho ll an d, and one fromF rabce. Peurjburgb, Feb. 16. The Court has received Confirjna-tion of the Retreat of Kouli Kan. with his Army, and it's added that this Sophi will fpeedily fend an EmbaffadorExtraordinary, to give the Emprefs the ftrongeft AfTurancds 0f his :fi'h;tere Defire to live in Friendfhip with her,- the Ivirch pfiiis Axtay towards the Frontiei � of Ruffia, being with no other Viewbut to1 chaitife fome of his Subjects, who feemed.to want to wrthdiiw-thexnfelves from h^?X2o- Kevertneiefe" the'Court'continues its Precautions on that Sioi and erects at JJlraeav great Magazine of all Sorts 01 r*rovifions and Stores t The Fortrefs of Kifiar, upon the Frontiers of Perfia, is alfo provided with every Thing neceffary.- We have joft received certain Advice, that the Schach Hadir has paiTed Baku on his Return to Ifpahan. Stockholm, Feb. 22. The Order of the Peafants have preferred the Diet with a new Memorial, the Subftance of which is as follows : i That tho' they are of the moft in-' ferior Rank of all the Orders of the Kingdom, they have ' neverthelefs a Right to be thoroughly informed of the ' Nature and Circuraftances of the Affairs to which they < give their Confent; ^hat therefore they demand to be ad-* mitted, with the other Orders, not only into the Delibe-� rations of the Secret Committee, but likewife to all thofe ' in General, which are of the fame Nature ; and that ' they expert the rather to obtain their Demand, be- feparated frr^T; th* Auflriaes and retired to Modenar:;.�nd other P!3|&� which. :^ry TOOCh furprized every Body," B'ecaMfe th^nMKfas grea^Ke�S>n to bt|xve that the Spaniards woufcrcerlew the^ight, iiot having loft 3000 Men. L O N D O N. On Saturday the Brotherhood of the Trinity Houfe met at their Houfe in Water-Lane, and admitted Admiral Vernon .to be an Elder Brother of that Corporation ; the Admiral afterwards gave a fplendid Entertainment to the faid Gentlemen, at the Dolphin Tavern in Tower-Street. On Saturday their Royal HighnefTes the Prince and Princefs of Wales went to Kew, where his Royal Highnefs the Prince took the Diverfion of mooting Pheafants for feveral Hours. We hear the Inhabitants of Leicefter-Fields-Square, intend to apply for an Act of Parliament^ to fail it in and beautify it. We hear that Mr. La Shoa will fucceed George Brinck-man, Efq; deceafed, as Valet de Chambre to his Majefty. The Right Rev. Dr. Egerton, Bilhop of Hereford,. Clerk of the Clofet to his Majefty, has appointed Mr,.Hart, his Lordfiiip's Gentleman, to be Clofet-Keeper of his Majefty's Chapels, in the Room of Mr. Reading, deceas'd. On Friday died, as he was playing at Cards at Tom's Coffee-Houfe in Great Ruffel-Street, Captain David Wilkey, of Blackheath, formerly Commander of the Queen Caroline, in the' Service of the Eaft-India Company. On Saturday Morning about four o' Clock died of an Apoplectic Fit*, at his houfe at Twickenham, Mr. RuiTel, formerly an eminent Baker in Cow-Lane, Weft-Srrtithfield, by which Bufmefs he acquired a handfome Fortune with a fair Character; he was many Years Common-Council-Man for the Ward of Farringdon Without. . ,. On Friday laft died in Serjeant's Inn in Fleet-Street, Mr. Bourk, who for feveral Ye^ars kept the Thatch'd-Houfe By Letters from Dublin we are infoflted, there has lately appeared upon the Stage a Gentleman of Trinity College, Son of the late Dr. Sherridan, who 'tis faid, is thought equal to, and as much followed as any Performer tney have yet feen. On Saturday a Sailor belonging to the Mary Galley, who had received his Wages at the Pay Office in Broad-Street, amounting to near fourteen Guineas, h?d his Pocket picked of the fame j the_Sailors detected a Fellow in picking another Man's Pocket, and drubbed him in fuch a Manner that it is believed he cannot recover. No Money was found on him, although he was ftrictly fearched. On Friday Night the Daughter of a Tradefman in Rood-Lane, was detected in throwing her Child of five Months old in the Boghoufe, and on its being taken out, its Throat was found to be cut, but not the Windpipe ; the Woman Was fecured, and committed to the Compter for further Examination. We are informed, that the Subfcribers to the new Three per Cent. Annuities, are to be allowed Two per Cent, for Prompt Payment, and that their Intereft will commence, from the Day they make their Payment; many of them have already raifed their Subfcription Money, by difpofing of South Sea Annuities, by which Exchange they fecure an Intereft of Four per Cent, for fourteen Years -to come, or Three and a Half per Cent, for twenty-eight, and tho' there mould be a Reduction of Intereft on the other Funds, they can be no Sufferers unlefs the Publick, can borrowMoney under Three per Cent which at prefent is not very likely. We hear that the Apricot Tree, at Old Par's Head, Jfling-ton, fo famous for its early Produce, has (fince we acquainted the Publick of it lafl) added to its Increafe, fo as to gain the Admiration of all that foe it. On Monday next, the New Wells, the Bottom of Lemon Street, Goodman's Fields., will be opened for the Summer Seafon, and every one will be admitted for a Pint of Wine apiece, as ufual. Great Numbers of Gentlemen and Ladies daily refort 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 moft of the Nobility at Charirrg-Crofs, being twenty-two Years of Age, never had the Ufe of Hand's or Feet, but two Foot long, weighs- but four Stone two Pounds, and has as comely a Face as moft Men. His Conversation fo agreeable, it pleafes all that fee him. He writes is draws' Gendemens Coats of Arms, and .plays at Cards with his Mouth; with feveral other Performances too tedious to mention. He is to be feen by one or more, without Lofs of Time, from Ten to Eight, and nO later. � Tjidgate Prifon, March i'. ..We the poor Prifcners ori the Cormnbn Side beg teave to return our unfeigned^ Thanks fo our generous Benefactors unknown, forThrt^ Guineas put into our Begging-B�"x this Day ; and likewife for Two^Pounds Eleven Shilling, given to our Stew rd . in, the OfSce, which, to the very great Relief of a.grer.t ' many diftrefs'd CirizenSj Was divided by the Steward among!*.' the Prifoners on the Common Side, many of whom have been confin'd four, fome five, and fome neat fix Yea**, and very much diftrefs'd by the length' of their Confiaemept. ^ Poiihff-Comfter, March 5. We the pdor Prfoners cii the Coramon Side return our hearty Thanks' to our unknowri Benefe�tar, for Four Pounds Ten Shillings ^iven us: it was a fuybnable Relief to us al!, bat particularly to a grer.t many porjr Debtors, who, by their long Confinement, are forgot by: all Friends, and was it not for the Charity of welf-dif^os'd Peffons mull ftarve even in a Land where %3rj^. ,JWany of fgy if out e^Prifon, codld be of SerT vice u>^L5i^aid Country, wWc^Vwi!^�t%^^ri!^q^9.?/M--.., from, not bcjng dble to Help ouTfelves; out even iiarvirio in a ftinking'Dungeon. *t*he' Money was equally diftri-boted by the Conftable, according to the Directions'given by the Gentleman thfit brdught it. This Evening will be perform'dj At the ThestTe Royal in Drury-Lare, Tf'he ftehfearfal. At the Theatre Royal in Covcnt-Garden, King Richard the Third._____ ~~7~ BANKRUPTS. ' \ Thomas King, of St. James Weftminfter, Peruke-Makei; - and Chapman. John Stevens, of Bitb, Djer. Owen Owens,. ofSt. Clement Danes, Hofier and Chapman: George Potter and Thomas W.indle, of Alderfgate-StJeet, ' Druggilts and Partrfers. . Saturday Bank-Stock Bodks were fhdt. India Stock 179 1 half. South-Sea Stock 110 1 4th. Ditto Old Annuities 114 5 8ths a 3 4ths. Ditto New 113. Three "per Cent. Annuities too 1 4th a 1 half. Ditto 1742, ioo t 4th a 1 half. Million Ba�k 11$. Equivalent in. Royal Affurance 81. London Ailurance 11 5 Sths a 3 4ths\ Englifh Copper 4I. 10s. Welfh ditto, no Price. African; no Price.. Seven per Cent; Emperor's Loan 114.x. half: Five per Cent, i'vtto 77. New Bank Circulation 4I. 7s. 6d; Prem. India Bonds 4I. .9s. a 10s. Prcm. TJtree 1 hajf Salt Tallies 1 3ij-thS, Prem: Three 1 half per Cent. Exchc-quer Orders Three per Cent, ditto 2 1 half. Difc. Admiraiiy-office, 3 Marin, 1742. JJ/HEE-EAS many Seamen ha-Ve from Tito* * to %i8te inconftderately deferted his Mdjefi^s Servhei by leaving' the Shifs tbty belonged to as they coula find Qppor- Lofs of their Wagcs^ and are punijhable loith Death by d Court-Martial; but my Lords CommiJJioners of the Admiralty being willing to impute fucb Defertion to a Rajbnefs wbitb mcji of them foon repent of, ami would return to their Shipsj but that they are terrified therefrom by their Jpprehenjions of Pur.ifbmcnt; ard their Lord/hips, in order to encourage theni to return to their Duty, being inclined to Jhe?v} them fo much Indulgence as to remove fuch dpprebenfions, do hereby declare^ that fuch of the faid Men-ivho return on board the Ships to which they did belong on or before the zd of next Month,, or in cafe thofe Ships are gone abroad, if they go on boardfame other of his Majefifs Ships, theyjhdll not be punififd in any manner whaifoever on Account of the Crime they have committed in 'withdrawing themfelves from his Maieffs Service, excepting fuch as have been guilty of Mutiny, or any other notorious Crimes: And aj a further Encouragment to them, their Lord/hips are pleased moreover to declare, that fucb as foall fo return Jhall have their Ws taken off, and be paid rljd Wages for the Ships from which they run ; but their Lsrdfhips alfo think fit to declare, that if any of tb$ Men who havt defer ted as aforefaid da not make proper Ufe of tireIndulgence hereby offer d them, by returning to his Majefifs Service v:ithin the Time above-mention''d, they mujt expect to be � firiBly fought after, and in cafe they are apprehended, be brought to a Court-Martial, and treated as the Law direct. Tho. Corbetc. " Admiralty-Office, C March, 1742. CT'HE Lords Commiffvwrs of the rfdmiraity having order d the Petty Officers and Foremafl Men belonging to the Winchefler, lately arrived from the Mediterranean, to be turned over, half into the Augufia, fitting at Chatham, and the offer half into the Torrington, fitting at Portfrnouth, in which Ships they will be paid their Wages for the Wm-chefier, and two Months Wages Advance before they proceed to Sea ; and the Leave of Abfence given the faid Men expiring on the xyb infant, their Lsrdfhips do ftrictly charge them, at the Expiration of that Time, to repair fcfthvAtb on board the faid Ships Augufia and Torrington accordrrgly ' on pain, in cafe they fail to do fo, of not only l&fi'-'g the afore-meniion d Payments, but alfo of being apprehended und tried at a Court-Martial as Deferters. If the faid Men apply to thi Navy-Board,' fhey will-"be allo^d Ccnducl-Money, and Carriage for their Chef? ana Bedding to Chatljam and Portf-mouth ; but 'if any of tfiofe vjho are to repair to Chdthafn.^ chufe to go down hi the Tender which will be appointed fo carry their Chef and Bedding, rather than to travel by Land* the Navy-Board'will caufe them to be received on Ubardjj^f^^ Tender, and carried to- their Ship of Chatham, i-K':
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