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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 8, 1943, London, Middlesex                                Mvertifer. Numb* TUESDAY,   March S,  1743. Deal,  March 6. � down and'faiiM, the Induffry, Booth, for Virginia- j the Priuce [William, Groute, and the --, White, both for Dublin.' Arriv'd, the Wiknington, Darling, from New-England. Remain, the Leo-]^d and Squirrel Men of War, the Terrible Bomb, and the St. Peter _______and Jofeph Prize.   The Charles. Teiider'is faiTd to the Weftward.   Wind -,N. by W. Jtt Extrac? of a Letter from a foreign Minifier at Pa rjs, �       dated March 8. � Count Maurepas,Vafter having been engaged -with the * King in his Cabinet feveral Days paft, for near three ' Hours every Afternoon, difpatched two Couriers, one � for Marfeilles and the other for Rocbefort, with Orders, * as it is {aid, upon a very nnportant Subject which a lit-' de Tim* will bring to Light Mr. Amek^ the Night 1 following likewjfe difpatched two Expreffes, Jthe one for 'Madrid and the other for Swifferland. It is aflured that � the Courier which was ffnt to Spain is charged, belides � the Difpatches to. his Catholick Majefty, with a Packet � for the Pretender; and that a Cabinet-Courier from the ' Court of Spain, is tp,c>rry it to Rome to the Spaniih ' Embaffador,there.  T^is Affair affords more ample Ma t-\ < ter of Speculation, as it has lately been difcovered that   Arms. His Britannick Majefty exaclly fulfils all his Engagement*, and even d-.es more for the Defence of the S>ueen. But as the Suhjidies which Great Britain pays, are of no real JUvanidget^this Prince, feeing he expends more tl-an they Amount to for the Service of her Majefty of Hungary, it is but juft that the Queen, in Order to fupport fo good an Ally, fitould at all Events fecure to him a real Advantage, and enlarge the Dominions of this Prince ; in Default of doing which'a Rifik will be run of lofing him. Whereto Count d'Ulefeldt anfwered, that if his Sardinian Majefty would but content himfelf with the Offers which the Queen made him, that Prince might draw therefrom infinitely greater Advantages. ~' V.  O     N     D     O - N. The Diamond, Capt. Deen, bound for Wacerford, from Havre de Grace, is taken by the Spaniards, and carried to Paron Head, St. Rialo. Yefterday General Burmania, Mailer of the Horfe to die Prince of Orange, was at C arletori-Houfe tofee all the yeung Princes and Princeffes. Lali Week the Corps of the Hon. Col. Stanhope, Son to the Rfght Hon. the Earl of Harrington, was landed at Portfmouth, and privately interred there. *0n Sunday Night her Grace theDutchefs of Hamilton, Retift of the late Duke, came to her Houfe in Grofvenor-Sotet from Bath. On Saturday laft Philip Steygould, an eminent Coal-Mer-thtot of Mill Bank,'Weftminfter, was married to Mifs Rat-dift, an agreeable young Lad/ with ioool, Fortune. On Sunday laft died Mr. Hieron, an eminent Tobac-Ttafcift on Lendon-Bridge. He was fome time before his Death ill of a violent Fever; and a few Days llnce took the Opportunity, during the Abfence of his Nurfe, to get at of the Window on the Sign-Iron, and jump'd from thence to.tie Ground in his Shirt, and was found in Tooley-Street; from whence he was conducted to the Houfe where he died. The Brigantine taken by Capt. Geary of ^he Squirrel Wan of War, off the Madeiras, W2S loaded with Corn for the Spaniards, which was fold at Madeira for 175 1. Sterling. On Friday laft a Man who was lately a Farrier at Greenwich, was found dead on the Kilns near Greenwich. The Lent-Serinon Tomorrow at St. Ann Black-Fryars, will be.preach'd 'by the Rev. Mi'. Ridley, Minifter of Poplar; and that on Friday by the Rev. Dr. Bulkeley, Minifter of St. Luke's Church. Prayers will begin at Eleven o'Clock. Ludgate Prifan, Mdrch 7. We the poor Prifoners on fiie, Common Side beg Leave to return "our hearty Thanks to our.unkhown generous Benefe&Or, for a Guinea put into- our Begging-Box this. Day, which was equally divided by the Steward axnongft- all the diftrefe'd Citizens on the Common Side,- td'thtif prefent Relief, they having no Allowance of Bftad 45 other Prifaag la>v% uoi w*y. of j them any thing, to iubfiH oh but the Charities of good Gentlemen and Ladies. Waod-Street-Comptrr, March 7. We the poor Prifoners belonging to the Charity-Ward, moft humbly beg Leave to return our fmcere arid hearty Thanks to our unknown Benefactor, for the One Pound Nine Shillings left for us with our Steward on Saturday laft, which was' immediately divided according'to the Directions of the Donor, it being a very great Relief to us, we having a great many ficfc, and in a very ill State of Health, occafion'd by their long Confinement/ and want of the common Neceffaries of Life. Newgate, March 7. We the poor Debtors on the Common Side of Newgate return our hearty Thanks to our unknown Benefactor; for Thre.e Pounds given to the Steward, which was a feafonable Relief to us, being confin'd in the molt difmal Prifon in the Nation, the Name of the Place keeping all our Friends from us, and we are as it were buried alive : And if it was not for the good Sheriffs of London, and other charitable well-difpos'd Pcrfons, we mult inevitably have periih'd, not one of us being able, to get any Allowance from bur Plaintiffs, which is ailow'd by Act of Parliament, neither have we Money to buy CoaU to drefs that Mbrfel which" the Sheriffs are pleafed to fend us. The Money was equally divided by our Steward. Canterbury; March 5. On Sunday laft died, the Rev. Mr. James Eve, near forty Years Vicar of Tenham in this Diocefej which Living is in the Gift of the Rev. Archdeacon of Canterbury. Mr. Eve was alfo Rector of Midley near Romney : The Living is in the Gift of his own Family; and the Church has been demoliftied for many Years. This Evening will be perform'd, At the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, Comus, with the Lying- Valet. At the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, Meafure for Meafure. '  % At the Theatre Royal in Lincoln's Inn Fields, The Fair Penitent, with the Mock Doctor._ High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 3 Minutes after 8 in the Morning, and 38 after 8 in the Afternoon. Yefterday Bank-Stock Books lhut. India Stock 179 1 half a i8p. South-Se?. Stock 110 1.4th. Ditto Old Annuities 114. 5 8ths a 3'4-ths. Ditto New 113. - Three per Cent. Annuities 100 1 half. Ditto 1742, 100 1 half. Million Bank 118. Equivalent in. Royal Afturance 81. London Affurance 11 5 8ths a 3 4ths. EnglHh Copper^. 10s. Wel/h ditto, ho Price. African, no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 112 1 half. Five per Cent, ditto, no Price, Bank Circulation 4I. 7s. 6d. Prem. India Bonds 4I...QS. Prem. Three 1 half Salt Tallies 1 3 4ths, Prem. Three 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5. Prem.   Three per, Cent.- ditto 2 1 4th, Difc.___. Admiralty-Office, 3 March, 1742. TXfUE R EA S manv Seamen have from Time to Time inconfiderately deferted hit Majefty"s Service, by leaving the Ships they belonged to as they could find Opportunities for fo doing, for which Crime they have incurred the Lofs of their Wages, and are punijbahle with Death by a Court-Martial', but my Lords CommiJJioners of the Admiralty being willing to impute fuch Defertion to a Rajhnefs which moft of them foon repent of, and would return to their Ships, but that they are terrified therefrom by their Apprehenfion-s of Punijbment; and their Lord/hips, in order to encourage them to return to their Duty, being inclind tofhew them fo much Indulgence as to remove fuch. Apprehenfions, do hereby declare, thatjiich of the faid Men who return on hoard the Ships to . which they did belong on or before the id of next Month, or J in cafe thofc Ships are gone abroad, if they go on board fame "| other of bis Majefty s Ships, they fiiall not be punijh^d in any manner whatfoever on Account of the Crime they have cor,:* mitted in withdrawing themfelves from his Majeftfs Service, excepting fuch as have been guilty of Mutiny^, or any other notorious Crimes: And as a further Encouragment to them, their Lordfbips are pleas' d moreover to declare, that fuch as fhall fo return fhall have their Ws taken off, and he paid the Wages for the Ships from which they run i hut their Lord/hip* alfo think fit to declare, that if any of the Men .vjbo have deferted as aforefaid do not make proper Ufe of the. Indulgence hereby offer d them, by returning to his Majeftfs Service within the Time above-mention'd, they muft expicl to be ftricily fought after, and in cafe they are apprehended, be brought to a Court-Martialy and treated as the Law directs. Tho.; Cprbett. 1------, , 1 - *      ' Admiralty-Office, 5 March, 1742. 7:HE R E AS feveral Seamen belonging to his Majefty s Ship the Sterling-Caftle at Spithead, have taken the Liberty to ahfent themfelves from their Duty without Leave, and the faid Ship being foon to procegd to Sea ; the Lords CommiJJioners of the Admiralty do frilly charge the faid Men to return immediately to their Duty on board their Ship, on ~pain not only of lofing their Wages, but of being apprehended and tried at a Court-Martial at Deferterst in cafe they negleB fo to do. __Tho. Cor bet t. A Committee of the Govetpars of BeihUmTHofptal ^ will meet at the faid Hofpital inMoorfitlis\ on Monday tte zxft'inftant, at Three o'Clock irf'theAftet'nvpn, to receive Propofals from fuc-h Ptrfont as are willing iojerve the faid Hofpital with. Beef, Mutton, tfeat and Pork, at � certain Frtv, from LadyJieg t9 Michaelmas netfc -Admirahy-Gffke, .5-March, 174** CT*HE Lordf Commifjifimrs of. the Adm&aUy baviegorder'dthePettjOffcers andForema'ft Men beiokg-ing:to the Wine hefter, latefy arrived from the Mediterranean, to be turned oyer, half into'tie Augujia, fitting at Chatham, and the other half into the Torrington, fitting at Portfmoutbj in which Ships tEey will be paid their Wages for the Win-chefter, and two Months Wages Advance before they proceed to Sea ; and the Leave of Abfence given the-faid Men expiring on the 1 ith infant, their Lordjbips do ftriclly charge themr at the Expiration of that Time, to repair fortbvjiib on board, the faid Skips Augufta .and Torrington accordingly, on fain; in cafe they fail to do fo*, of not only lofing the afore-menti^n d Payments, but alfo of being apprehended and tried at a \ Court-Martial as Deferters. If the faid Men apply to the Navy-Board, they will he al/ow'd Conduct-Money, and Carriage for their.Cheft and Bedding to- Chatham and Portf-mouth; but if any of tho ft who are to repair to Chatham, chufi to go down in the. Tender which will he appointed to carry their Cheft and Bedding, rather than to travel by Land% the Navy-Board will caufe them to be received on board fuch Tender, and carried to their Ship at Chatham. __Tho, Corbetc. Admiialty Office. 7 Miircb, 1742. TI/HERE AS the Leave of AH? * � Petty Officers anii "Forcmaft Men belonging to his Majefty s Ship the Mary Galley expirei on the z^/hf this Month, it is the Diretlion of the Lords CommiJJioners of the-Admiralty, that the faid Petty Officers a?id Foremaft Men (notwithjtanding the Orders they have recei-vd to go onboara the Princefs Royal at the NoreJ do repair on board hi'/ Majefty's Ship the Jerfey at Plymouth, at the Expiration of the faid Leave, where they will be paid the Remainder cf the Wages due to them in the Mary Galley, and two Monu j, W7ges Advance, before they proceed to Sea ; bnt if any of t> e fata Men fail to go on board tbeferfiy, they will not only lofe the aforefaid Payments, but will be taken up, and tried at a Court-Martial as Deferters. Tho. Corbetr. 1 CTrV/ E Committee f.r Letting the Bridge-Houie Lands give Notice, that they intend to lett by feveral Leafes the following Lots, vis. 1. On a Building Leafe for fixty-om Years, feverej '� Meffuages or Tenements in Great and Little Friday-Stree's, late in the feveral Occupations of Mr. John Boxwell, Vintner; Edward Smith, Viclvaller ; and Capt. Wells; a -.'d a jmall Tenement behind the fame ; which faid Premifes were formerly .in Leafe to William-Farr. 2. 0� a Building Leafe for Jixty-one Tears, feur Meffuages or Tenements in St. Olave's Street, Southwark, adjoining to each other, late in the Occupations of Robert Woodward, Butcher, and the Widow Davis. 3. On a Building Leafe for Jixty-one Years, feveral Meffuages or Tenements near Horftydown, in the Parijfr cf St. Mary Magdalen Bermondfey, the Ground thereof containing in Length in the Front Z57 Feet, and h Depth 70 Feet; and alfo two Acres of Land, more or left, adjoining to the fai'it Premifes ; late in Leafe to Jsfeph Fifher. 4. Two Meffuages or Tenements in Bfnchnan-Street, South-wark, over-againft St. George's Church, in the feveral Occupations of Mr. Robert Grayfon, and Mr. Thomas Dun-combe, Baker, fir twenty-one Years. And that the faid Committee v;ill Jit in the Council-Chamber of the Guildhall? London, Tomorrow, being the qth infant, at Four 0] dock in the Afternoon, to receive Propofals for t! e ! fame ; of which tnore particular Information may be had at \ the Comptrollers Office in the Bridge-Yard, Soutlncark, on, j which faid printed Particulars all Per fins bidding for the. ' above Lots are to write their Propofals. JOS.. PICKERING,   Comptroller. Tallow-Chandlers Hail, London, Feb. 21, 1742.*"" TXfHEREAS there is great R/afon to typ.'s? that many Perfens in private Room?, - Garrets,  a--i other' unenterd Places within the Bills cf Mortality, 
                            

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