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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 15, 1943, London, Middlesex                                T if E SD A Y;   March 'Deal, March 13. JEM AIN, the Terrible and Granada Bombs j the lnduftry Tender; the Winchefter, Steward, forEaft-India j the London, Bryant, and j the Britannia, Griffith, both for I New-York ; the Milford, Row, for Barbadoes; the William and Martha, Saunders,' for South Carolina h the .Betfeyv Brown, for Antigua y the William and B&ty,. Sjnith, and the Betty, Hewett^ both for Briftol. The outward-bound Shipsarepreparing to fail. Wind N. E. by N. Js Extra3 of a Letter from a Minifter ofStat&at Paris, . dated March 15. As it has been plainly perceived nxVerfailles, that M. < Amelot is in Hopes of fucceeding Cardinal de Fleury in � Quality of Prime Minifter, or at leaft of having the Honour to doBufmefs with the Bang alone, and the Glory < of caiifing to be put in Execution, a Syftem as rafh and j dangerous as that of theXardinal*s appeared folid and �� pacificky a~powerful Fa&ion at Court has formed, itfelf � againft the P|dfecution of his Meafures, of which Count � de Madrepas being.Chief, has fo .effeftually informed the King of the evident Dagger that would attend the ill * Succefc of adopting the Views of Mr. Amelot, and with- < drawing the'Armies from Bavaria, that his Majefty has �lately declared in full Council, that he would not only ' hep the Number of Troops which he had at prefent in Ger-inany, but that he would infallibly and for ever caufe Ajkm-to bfttinpletedand cbnfiderably augmented, until the ' ?�1fyer6rfobald*be fully d4' dtSated to hm by the Mouth of that Minifter, 'il op. vith Miftruft.' \L     O     N     D     O     N N     D     O Extract" of a Letterfrom on board his Majefty s Ship the Ipjwich, ' Gdpt.Martin, at the If and ofHierei, datedFeb. 27'. We, together with his Majefty's Ship the Revenge, * ,and Ann Fire-Ship, went the 19th inftant into Ajaccio, *.a Port in the Ifland of Corficay where fey {he St. Jiidore, } a Spanifli.Man of War of-feventy Guns, which had been \ '�-there near a Year, and fummon'd the Captain of her td  * * deliver her tip, and upon his Refufal 'we gave her a *'J5rb2dfide, which they rerurn'd,* but the Spariifh Com-. ' mander perceiving he could ndt awid being taken, fet; '.her oa Eire, which about an Hour after blew^ up, with 'fifty of her Men1; the Remainder ofthe Crew, being about: \ ZOQj got oa. Shore. Two of the .Men in the Revenge. *� had their- �rms;fhot off.   Admiral Mathews has juft npw. 't^!^aii^^at;foir-'a]I.'liis Ships to.ttnmobrj being going on' * an ExpVditioh., His Majefty was Yefterday much better, and there was! *^^wing-Room.a� St James's. �.ri Oh^uft^ay.laft, absnt Twelve, her Grace Katherine DttocheCs of-Bfifckingham departed this Life, at her Houfe ,%St. JameSs P.4fk�.''.Her Grace was natural Daughter to Kingjame&lf. by the Cbuntefs of Dorchefter. The King, her. Father, dignified her with the Title of Lady Katherine". i&n}� rganre .her the - Place- of a Duke's Daughter, and permitted her to .bear his Arms.   She was firft married to . James Earl of-AngleTeai^and afterwards, to his Grace John Duke of l^ckinghanij by whom ftie left no Iffue, fo that the Tide i� ejctinc*. �- 'Twere needleis to attempt the Paner iyric of aTjady whofe Life has been fo nobly conspicuous! ^ We hear, ihatthe Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor is * indifpos'dof a-Cold. , _r . Yefterday Advice came,; that the Anfley, Capt. Align, i- 'Letter-bf-Warque Ship, withfeverity-fqur Bales' of Woollen Goods, *nd; four -hundred Quarters df Wheat on> b&afd,1 On Sunday died, ftJr. Saiindei-Si all eminent tinnen-Draper in Bridgwater-Square. Yefterday died at her Houfe in the Court of Requefts, Mrs. Waghom, who for many Years kept Waghorn's Coffee-Houfe. The Commiflioners of the Lottery have hired the, Houfe late. Lord Scarfdale's, in Buke:Stree't, Weftminfter, to tranfaft thefr Bufinefs in. Yefterday John Cooke was committed "to Clerkenwell-Bridewell by Col. DeVeil, for felonioully taking from feveral eminent Brewers a great Number of Caiks. .; The Lent:Sermon Tomorrow at St. Ann Black-Fryars, will be p'reach'd by the Rev. Mr. Bahfon, Vicar of St. Bartholomew the Leisj and that on Friday by the Rev. Dr. Cro5call, Reftor of St. Mary Somerfet and St. Mary MounthaW.    Prayers will begin at Eleven o'Clock. Meff. Afliley and Co. of Ludgate-Hill, Brandy Merchants, have this Year made very conliderable Quantities of foreign Brandy and Rum into Shrubj which Js now on Sale at 8 s. per Gallon? Thofe that take five Gallons or large Quantities, are abated 6 d. per Gallon. Great Numbers of Gentlemen and Ladies refort to the Virginia Coftee-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 othtr, Curiofities, too many to mention here; and thofe Gentlemen and Ladies that ihtend'to fee thefe Curiofities, are.defir'd to come by Day-Light. The Price for feeing thefe Things is One Shilling each Perfon. Mrifol, March 12. We hear the late Commotions between the Bradnich Weavers .and their Maftera are finally adjufted j and that Trade is now carried on to the entire Satisfaction of the Workmen. � . - ^    . On Wednefday laft epded the Aflizes at Gloucefter, when the fix following Perfons received Sentence of Death, viz. Jofeph Mutloe, for murdering Jane .Clarke^ Widow, of Roxborough, in the faid County, firft by ftrangling her with a Handkerchief, and then frafturing her Skull With a Wool-Card, after which he rifled the Houfe of what was valuable, and took off the Deceafed's Fingers two Gold Rings, and one Gold Signet; George Greenwood, a Highwayman and Horfe-fteale.r, for committing divers Robberies in the Counties of Gloucefter, Wilts, and Somerikc, in-Company with John Morris, now in Saliftmry Gaol; ThomasFiggote, for robbing Edward Showellpn the Highway, of two fmall Bags, which contained 49 1. 19 s. 7 d. which he collected for the Land-Tax, and upwards of fix Pounds in Gold and Silver, his own Property; John Waters, alfo for the Highway j Thomas Williams, for Horfe-.fteal-ing.; and William Barge, for breaking open the Dwelling Houfe of Clement Lapley, and-ftealing from thence fcveral Bottles of Wine and Spirituous Liqnors, &c. This Evening will be performed, At the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, Jane Shore, with .the Lying Valet. (    -At the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, The Stratagem-At the Theatre Royal in Lincoln's Inn Fields, The Stratagem, with the Mock,-Doftor froair^LoiidDnfi^r Liibon, is tSk&A by a Spaailh ^SV^^iY^Vf>ifc^�y f�. t�. kepffrwatei~ifirequir*fi and carried 4nto Bilboa." � '     ;     --F.    M*.- Smith.- Baldwin*i Court. Cloak-Lax Letters frorti Geneva of the 9th of March mention, thaf tiie Garrifon^f that Place was mcreas'd to' near 500& lllen, ^dwaswellprovided with all Neofflaries, (b that they apprehend no "Danger from'-the Spaniards; LaffW^lc the .Court of Direabrs of Uie Eaft-India1 Company difchargfd one of their Officers feffli ever being, Diploid m tie Company'* Servicer Admualcy-Ufiice, 7 March, 1742. TI^HERE AS the Leave of Abfenrc given to the ' Petty Officers and Foremaf Men belonging to his Majeftys Ship the Mary Galley expires on the 25th of this Month, it is the Direction of the Lords CornmiJJtoners of the Admiralty, that the faid Petty Officers and Foremaf Men . (notkuithftanding the Orders they have receiv'd to go on board the^Hntefs -Royal at the NoreJ do repair on board his ' Majefty's Ship the ferfey at Plymouth, at the ^Expiration of the Jcad Leave, nvhere they ivill be paid the Remainder of the Wages'due to them in the Mary Galley, and tvio Months Wages Advance, before they proceed'to Sea j hut if any of the faid'Men fail to go on berard the ferfey, theynvill not only lofe the aforefaidPayments,;but\>till he taken up, and tried at a '. Court-Martial as Deferters. ~- .   � ' Thy. Corbetr. j:       Tallow-Chandlers Hall,! London, Feb. 2i, 174.2. ERE A S there is great Reafw to Jufpeft that matiy Perfons in .private Rooms, Garrets, and other unenter'd Placet, within the Bills of Mortality^ do fraudulently, make Tallovj Candles, without paying the Duty^ . and to-ihe-greatPrejudice. of the fair Traders: This is there-I fort1 to gh)e. Notice* thaityhofoeve? Jfcall within one Month from the Date hereof make jDifcovery of anyfuib Offender or OffifxJen,^tfi amy int of tie Surveyors of the Duty on Candles,  (wbofe- Names'andExcife-Chdmoert. are hereunder-ivritten) Jh'dll receive Five^ Pounds Rewdrd^for eatb and every Perfon fo 'difcov/r'd, as fball be. convicted of the faid Offence before the Corntniffiontrsjj^ Esecife, overhand above all other Reward; tgiwttt by.tk�yfevefafAai:cf Parliament in that Cafe made, �io fa paid by MrrJohnGoxk, Clerk to the Company of Tallow: Chandlers, at their,Mall. on Dawgate-Hill,. London, immediately aftehConviflion 1 and the Name of the Perfon making Mr. Smith,-Baldwin's Court', Cloak-Lane. Mr. fit/lop, FirginiarSireet, Rattliff-Bigbvo)ty. Mr-.-Paxton, Gun-Street, Spittleftfds. Mr. Watj/bn, Lamb1 trChapel-Court, Grippltgate. Mr* Wilkinfen, Caroline-Court. Saffron-Hill. Mr. Sheldon; Coal-Yard, ThghHoJbprn. Mr. Marfh, Coventry-Courty Hayr Market. Mr, Wtb-bi St. Mary Over?, Chufth-far/, Yefterday Bank Stock was 147 1 half, for the Opening India Stocky no Price. South-Sea Stock 110 1. 4tbV Ditto Old Annuities 114 3 8ths a 1 4th. Ditto New 113 3 4ths; Three per Cent.. Annuities joo i half. Ditto 174.2, too 1 half Million Bank 118. Equivalent rii. Royal Affurance 8t. London Affurance 1 i 5 8thsa 3 4�hs,r Mine Adventure Stares, no Price. Engltfh Copper 41.10s. Wellh ditto, no Price. African, no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Lbinj no Price. Five per Cent, ditto..78 a 1 8th. Bank Circulation 4I. 10s. Prem. India Bond* 4I. 8s. a os. Prem. Three 1 half Salt Tallies 1.3 4ths;' Prem. 1 nree 1 halfper. Cent. Exchequer Orders 5. Prenu Three per Cent, ditto 2 1 half, Difc. v~ fVefton,, March 8, 1742. To the Gentlemen, Clergy and Freeholder^ of the County of Oxford.        ' ffl HERE AS at a General Meeting, of tU. Gentlemen, Clergy and Freeholders of the County of Oxford, held at the Crofs Inn on Thurfday the id inftant, / ' was Unanzmoujly fix'd on as a Candidate to represent th{^ County in. Parliament, in the room of the late Lord Vifcount,. Quarendon, now Earl of-Litchfield; the Shortnefs of Time not permitting me to make a .perfonal-Applicatiot;, Ihopeyoa. will excufe my taking this Method of dejirtngyour Votes an& Intereft, which will greatly oblige. Tour moft obedient humble Servant, _NORREYS BERTIK . General-Poft-Office, London, March io, 1742. ' Tff RE RE4 S TiotwitManding the '. pubiick ' Notice that hat been fo repeatedly given by this Office^ � as well in the Gazette as in other News-Papers, concerning ' the Foreign Foftage which is to be paid herefor all Letters that, are to :go to Germany, Italy, or any other Country beyond Holland, France, or Flanders, Miftakes have fometimes bun made, and Letters have been delivered to this Office, direSed to thofe Countries, without paying the Foreign Paft age, as required by A3 of Parliament: The Poft-Mafter-Gineral hat thought fit to advertife, that the Poftage to be paid herb at this Office, or at the refpeS'tve Receiving-Houfes or Offices appointed and authorised for the taking in ofLetteri iH%owp or Country, by all Perfons correfponding with Germany, liafa,, or arty foreign Parts hi the North, or the South, by the Wayt of Holland France, or Flanders^ is after the following Rates, vis. _ ,   > Between London and any Part of Germany, Italy, Sicily^ . Switzerland, Denmark, or Sweden, and all Parts of the North (thro' Holland), Single 1 s.   Double 2 s.   Treble 3 x. Ounce 4 s. Between - London and any Part of Spain or Portugal* (thro' France, or by Packet-Boat direSly)   Single 1 s. 6 d.  Double 3-f.   Treble ^s.6d.   Ounce 6 s. Between London and any Part of Italy or Sicily, (thro* France, by Way of Lyons, or any Part of Turky, by Way of Marfeilles) Single 1 s. ^d.  Double zs. 6d.   Treble $3. yd. Ounce- 5 And it is to be obferved, that on Failure of fuch Payment of the above Rates, no Letters to fuch foreign Parts can be forwarded from this Office. And that for all Letters direSed to foreign Countries, by the Way of Holland, France and Flanders as above, fent to this Office to be forwarded from any Parts of the Kingdom of Great Britain diftant from London, or 'from any Parts of Ireland, the ufual inland Poftage to London is alfo to be paid over and above the foreign Poftage. Note, By a Cover of feparate Paper to a Letter of afingh Sheet it becomes a double Letter, and if fuch Cover be fo a double Letter it.btcomes treble, and is to be paid for accordingly. By Command of the Poftf-Mafter-Generat, George Shelvocke, Sec. CT'H E Committee for letting the Bridge-Houfe Lands give. Notice, that they intend to left by feveral Leafes the following Lots, viz. . . \. On a Building- Ixafe for fixty-me Tears, Jeverai Meffuagesor'Tenements in Great and Little PridayrStr'eets, late in the'fevmitl Otcupations of Mr. John Boxwell, Vintner \ Edward Smith, riclualkri and Capt .'Wells \ and' a jmail Tenement1 behind the fame i which faid Prtmifes were formerly in Leaft tp William Farr. 2. Oft a Builatn�Leafe for fixty-one Tears; four Meffuages or Tenements in St. Olave's Street, Sonthwark,. adjoining t� each other,- late in the Occupations of Robert Woodward, Butcher, and the Wf'dow Dawis^       ; '   " 3. On a Building Leafe for fixty-one Tears, feveral, Meffuages or Tenements near Horflydown, in the Parifib of St. Mary Magdalen Bermondfey',the Ground thereof containing in Length in theFront 2$? Feet, dndin Depth jo'Feet', and alfo. two Acres of Land, more or lefs, adjoining to the faid Premifes; late in Leafe to Jofeph Fijher. 4. Twq Meffuages or Tenements in Blackman-Street, South-work, over-againft St.. Giorge^s Church, in the feveral Occupations of Mr. Robert Grayfon, and Mr. Thomas Dun-combe, Baker, for twenty-one tears. And that the faid'Committee willfitintheCoUfltil-Vbamber of the Guildhall, London, Tomorrow, being the 16th inftant, at Four 61 Clock in the Afternoon, to receive Propofals forth* fame; of which more particular Information may be had at the Comptroller's Office in the Bridgejard, Southnvark, on wbith faid printed Particulars all Perfons bidding for"the abovt Lit* drt to Write their Propofals. JOS.' P i C K E R IN G,  Comptroller.   

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