Daily Advertiser, March 24, 1743

Daily Advertiser

March 24, 1743

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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 24, 1943, London, Middlesex f H U RSDAT, MAkch 24V i?43 Ztea/, March 22. -H|RRIV;D, the Gibralter, Michael, I from Leghorn j the Induftry and Difpatch Tenders, from the Weft-ward. Remain the Terrible and Granada Jtembs, the Plymouth Tranfport,* and the two Tenders. WindS. W. " Yefterday arriv'd a Mail from _ France. � Parti AJa-maia, March 29. They write from Breji, that feveral Men of Mar which have been new built, and (Others that have been refitted, are ready to receive their Guns; and that the Marine Officers in this1 Port as well as all the others of ^he Kuigdom", have Orders to put themfelves in -Readinefs to depart upon the firft Order. .Letters from Bavaria advife, that Marihai Broglio Wis affeinbling lw>Arsiy;^ith, all jExpedirioa, and would be bcfoiehand with the Aoftriahs in opening of the .Campain. His Plan of Operations are not known 5 but People are perfnaded that he Will relieve Egra, if the Enemy Aould continue its Blocklade : ItV added, that our Foot are fupe-rior in Number to thofe of the Queen of Hungary, but that our Cavalry is much inferior to hers, whofe Numbers augment every Day. I An ExtraS of a Letter from theH* cue, dated March 26. ' The Representation lafif made to the Suites General by � Count Sinflieim, the Imperial Ambaflador, and the ftrong � Remonftrances of the Marquis de Fenelon relating to the ' Low Countries, in.Cafe the States General caufe-their ' Troops to march, have itili prevented the Refolution of * two Provinces which were upon the Point of giving their ' Confent, after the Example of the Province of Frtfeland. 4 The-Delay of thie^Confent of thefe Provinces may not 1 however continue long, feeing their High Mightineffes are convinced'of the Falfity of diverfe Pofitions in the. ' Remonftrances of the Ambaflador from France, particu-� Iarly of the Declaration which is therein faid to be * made by the Court of Vienna, concerning the Motives * of the Entrance of the Engliih and Hanoverian * Troops, &c." into the D�tchies of Juliers and Bergue, * the Baron dcReifehach haying-made no fach Declaration : * Their HighMightinefle* are perfuaded 100, that the Infi-' nuatioh of thatAmbiffador, of. there being an Agree- * ment between the Courts oi Vienna and Drtfden upon the * Subjeft of "thefe Dutchies, isvnot more true than what is * abovefsid. ' * The Death ^of the Elector of Mentx is faid by fome * fahave-hagspcned very unfortunately : It was hoped that 4 the Love which this PriuiJif always exprelTed for'his * Country, would have  induced him to have found out an ' Expedient for re-eftabliming Tranquility in the Empire. ' Upon * his Deceafe, - the King^of PruJJia it1s hop'd will * labour with the fame Ardour. - Great Succefs is hoped *� from that Prince's undertaking a Mediation, becaufe of ' the- good Underftanding which fubfifts between him and * the Queen of.Hungary, They write from Berlin, that his * Pruffian Majefty (aid a few Days fince to the Chevalier de ' la Rofee, the Imperial Mffiifter at his Court, Write to * the Emperor your Mafter, and inform him that Peace may * taftly and in a few Days, be mad^between him and the i Queen of Hungary, and to their mutual Advantage, provided * that his Imperial Majefty would hut fpeedily fteadily pmfue * the Advice of thofe who are Friends to the Empire. Upon ' which that Minifter dispatched a Courier to the Emperor, * to whom he iomc Days before had fent a Convention, * concluded between his Imperial Majefty and the King, 4 without the Knowledge of the Court of France, or even * theMinifters of the Emperor, who put it in a ftrong Box * as foon as he receiv'd it.' 1 L O N D O N. Extrail of a Letter from Gibraltar, dated March 18. N. S. * The Anna, Capt. Smith, a Dutch Ship from Smyrna, * bound to; this Place, being very richly laden, was fet * on Fire by a violent Storm of Thunder and.Lightning; * the Captain and Crew with much Difficulty fayed them- * felves, and got to this Port without faving any thing. We hear 'twas the Oxford Man of War that took ' the Regifter-Ship off Faro. His Majefty's Ship the Saphire is arrived at Plymouth from Lifbon.  The King of Portugal, Capt. Hughs, from Lifbon, is amved off Dover; and the Grand Duke, Capt. Mauger, torn Galipoly, off Portland. The Lees Delight, Capt. Richraan, from London, but laftfrom Hull, bound to Gottenburgh, was loft laft Tuefday was Se'nnight, -on the Spurn in the Humber, but. all the Crew laved, by the Effex Sloop belonging to the Cuftoms. Yefterday Mormng, about One o'Clock, died in an *dvascedAjge, at his Houfe in Downing-Street, Weftminfter, his Grace, the Archbifhop of York, and Lord High Almoner to hisMaje%. . We heat he will be, fucceeded -as"Archbifhop of York the Right"Rev.rDr. Henry Egewon, Bifh'op oi Hereford, ^ Clerk of the Clofei to his Majefty. Yefterday John Affleck, was elected at Ipfvvich, without Opposition, Knight of the Shire for the County of Suffolk, in the room of Sir Jermyn Da vers, Bart, deceas'd. As was kkewife Noreys.Bertie, Efq; at Oxford, Knight' of the Shire for the County of Oxford, in the room of the Lord Vhcount Ouarendon, now a- Peer. Yefterday his-Grace the Dttkc of Butfkugh took h� Seat in the Houfe 6f Peers as Earl of Doncafter, in the County of York., ^We hear that Peregrine Pury, Efq; will fucceed Kingf-mill Eyre, Efq;--asAgent tofeveralindependantRegiments. And that-Gapt. Storey, will fucceed the faid Gentleman �s' Secretary to'Cheirea-Hofpitai. We hear that the following Peiibns are appointed Com-miffioners and Managersof thepreferit Lottery; viz. Henpy Fane, Peter Leheup, CKHftoper Lowe, jofeph Wight, jdhn Burman, William Theed, Henty Stratford, James ^Moneypenny, Metcalf Graham, -George Williams, Charles Johnfon, William Proper, JohnSoley, Jolin Innes, Henry Middleton, Charles Gibbon, Henry Strachy, Thorn.-* -\ Gilbert, Philip Traliern, Gawcn Harris Nafh,Elfred St-nples, JohnAubry, Robert Charles, Thomas Lediardjun. Zachary Cradock, Francis^ Morgan, Jofeph Pennington, William Lambton, John Scott, John Sandford, Claudius deVins, Brown Langrifti, J^ohn Price, George Rffte, Edward Le Grand, Robert Jenner, Thomas Cheek jun. Edmund Burt, George Payrioj and Charles Palmer, Efqrs. and that the faid ComiaifiioneES2re to meet at a Houfe appointed for ttiac purpofe in Duke-Street, Weftminfter, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, on Monday rhe 28th inftant.. _ . The Contribution to the Annuities and Lottery are now taking in at the B.fiik, the firft Payment being ordcr'd on or before the nth Day of April, 1743. On Monday died at his Houfe at Wandfworth, Mr. Dickwaite, an eminent Coal Merchant of this City. The Lent-Sermon Tomorrow at St. Dunftan's in the' Weft will be preach'd by the Rev. Dr. Thomas, of St. Bennet Paul's Wharf; and that on Wednefday next by the Rev. Mr. Abbot. Prayers will begin at half an Hour after Ten o'Clock. Next Sunday Morning a Sermon, will be preach'd at the Parilh Church of St. Mary Aldermanbury^ by the Right Rev. Father in God Matthias Xord Bifhop of Chichefter, for the Benefit of the Charity Children of the Ward of Cripplegate within. The fame Morning a Charity Sermon will lie preach'd at the Parifh Church of St. Olave in Hart-Street, Crutched-Fryars, by the Rev. Dr. Thomas, Rector of St. Bennet at Paul's Wharf, and Refidentiary of St. Paul's, for the Benefit of the Charity Children of Aldgate Ward. On the firft Day x>f April next, fceing Gffod-Friday, a Charity Sermon will be preach'd in the Morning at the Parifh Church of St. Bride's, /or the Benefit of eighty poor Children, by the Right Rev. Father in God Thomas Lord Bifhop of Oxford. Prayers will begin at Eleven o'Clock. Great Numbers of Gentlemen and Ladies refort to the Virginia Coffee=Hoafe-behind the Exchange, to fee the furprifing Rattle-Snakes, alive, and full of Vigour, altho1 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 other Curiofities, too many to mention here; and thofe Gentlemen and Ladies that intend to fee thefe Curiofities, are defir'd to come by Day-Light. The Price for feeing thefe Things is One Shilling each Perfon. Great Numbers of Gentlemen and Ladies daily refort to the Manfion Houfe and French Horn, facing the Manfion-Hou-fe, to fee the Artift from Norwich, and his wonderful Performances, who has given fuch. general Satisfaction to moft of the Nobility at Charing-Crofs, being twenty-two Years of Age, never had the Ufe of Hands qx Feet, but twe Foot long, weighs but four Stone two Pounds,- and has as comely a Face as- moft Men. His Converlation is fo agreeable, it pleafes all that fee him. He writes, draws Genrlemens Coats of Arms, .and plays at Cards with his Mouth; with fe.veral other Performances too tedious to mention. He is'to be feen by one or niore, without Lofs of Time�. from Ten to Eight, and- no later. This Evening will be perform'd, At the Theatre Royal jn Drury-Lane, The Fair Penitent, with the Virgin Unmafk'd. . At the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, TheConfcious Lovers. At the Theatre Royal in Lincoln's Jnn Fields, Sir Courtly Nifce, with Bickerftaff's" Unbaried Dead. High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 39 Minutes after ro in the Mornings and 7 after 11 at jSfight._ Yefterday Bank Stock was 147 1 4th. Jndia Stock 180 3 4ths. South-Sea Stock 110 1 4th a 3 8ihs a 1 4th. Ditto Old Annuities 114 i half. Ditto New 113 Three per Cent Annuities too 1 8th a 1 4th. Ditto 1742, 100 1 8th a 1 4th. Million Bank li8 34ths.-' -Equivalent ru. Royal Afl'urance 81. London Affurahce 11 5 8ths a 3 4thsj Mine Adventure Shares, no Price. Englifh QUpptr-^i. 10s. Welfh dittor no Price." African, no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loin i_io 1 half. Five per .Cent, ditto, no Price. Bank Circulation. 4I. ids.,a las. 6d. Prem. India Bonds 4I. 9s. a 8s. Prcm. Three 1 half Salt Tallies 2. Prem. Three 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5-. Prem. Three per Cent ditto 2, Bifc. , . " , , - ^ . Leid-Gftlce, March 2"2, 174"2. 'et*.H E Governor and Comp^Yfor.J^el(m^. down Lead with Pit-Coal and Sea-Coal'do bertby give ^Notice, that a General. Court of ,tbt. fed Corporation will he held at their Houfe in St. Martinet Lent, Canvrn^. Streets, on Wednefday the 6th 0)~ April'iie#y 4*Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, it being oMoffheJiaif-Tearly Cvnrtt, ^cnJfd Francis, Sicretary, . General-Poft-dffitc, London,- March lb, 1742 Ty E/i 5 . nctwilh'lanting the public', * Notice that has been fo repeatedly given by thuOffc/^ as well itt the Gazette as in other News-Pipers, concerning? the Foreign Fbfege which is to be paid here for all Letlerrthat are to go to Germany, Italy, or any other Country beyoni', Holland, France, or Flandersr Miflakss have fometimis been'-, made, and Letters have been deliver d to this Office, direSed\ to thofe Countries,.without paying the Foreign �ojlage,ai'', requifd by Js of Parliament: 'The Po/l-Mafier-Generdlhas thought fit to advertife, that the P oft age to be paid here at this Office, v at the refpeclive Receiving-Houfes or Offices appointed and authored for the taking in of Letters in To-xoif or Country, by all Per Jons correfponding with Gsfaahy, Italf^ or any foreign Parts in the North, or the South, by the Way . of Holland, France, or Flanders, is after the following '. Rates, vix. t Between London andany Par-t-oj'Germany, Italy, Sicilyf[. Switzerland, lienmark, or Sweden, and all Parts of thr North (thro'' Holland J, Single is. Double 2 s. ' Treble 3 s. Ounei 4 s. . Between' London and any Part of Spain or Portugal, (thro' France, or by Pacht-Boat direclly) Single \ &d.t Double 3 j. Treble 41. 6d. Ounce 6 s. Between London and any Part .of Italy or Sicily, (thro* I France, by Way of Lyons, or any Part of Turky, by Way of Marfeilles) Single is. id* Double 2s. 6J. Treble $Sr.C}4) ' Ounce 51. And it is to he obferved, that on Failure ofjuch PdymenF of the above Rates, no Letters to fuch foreign Paris can ier forwarded from this Office. And that for all. Letters di' retSed to foreign Countries, by the Way of Holland, France and Flanders as aboye^ font to this Office to be forwarded; -from any Parts of the Kingdom of Great Britain aifl ant from Londtn,' or from any Pdrls of Ireland, the. ufual inland*. Pojiage to London is alfo to be paid over and above the 'ft*' reign Pojiage. Note, By a Cover of feparate Paper to d Letter cf dftngle Sheet it becomes a double Letter, and if fuch Cover be to a double Letter it becomes treble, and is to be paid for-accordingly; By Command cf the Poffi^sldjler-Gerierai, George Shavocke, Sec. LONDON I~N~F I R-M- A R Y. Cf'HE Anniverfiry F&Jl cf this Cb.nr'ity will be held at Haberdajbers Hall Tomorrow, being the- 2ph inftant, and a Sermon will be preach'd by the Right Revi the Lord Bifhop of St. Afaph, at St. Mary le, Bow. in Cbtapfide. Divine Service to begin at Eleven o'Clock.... S T E W His Grace tie D. of Richmond, Fotherley Baker, Efq', Thomas Boehm, Efq-, John Peck, Efq; A R D S. John Atwood, Efqi S.imuel Cox, Efq; - -' Thomas Jeffreys, Efqi ....-----, , J John Buxton jun. Gent. Tickets to be had at tlx Parliament Gojfee-Houfe, in the Court of Requefts; ForrejTs, Charing-Crofs; George's, Temple-Bar ; fohn's, Cornhill; and at tbe Angel and Cronvti Tavt?n~ in Whitecbapel. . Note, Stewards are provided fo the Tear enfuing. Ntw-Kiver-Uftice in Bridewell Frecind, London, ^ March the 10th, 1742. WHEREAS forne ill-defignirrg and diCor-derlyPerfcns, did in the Nighttime between the 6th and 7th of this inftnnt March, unlawfully and trriliciGiifly cut or break down the Bank or the New-River near the Rye-Houfe, in the Count)' of Hertford, whereby the Water of the laid River was drawn away and mrtk for rmny MHes, to the very gieat Detriment of the Govejncur and Company of the d\d New-River, and the Service of the- City and Tcv?n in general.' This ii therefore to give-Notice, that whoever rfiall difecver any Perfon or Pfrfor,^ who fo cut or broke down the faid River Bank as aforefiM, fo as 6e or they may be apprehended and convicted thereof, lhall immediately qri loch Convi�Son rece've the Sum of Ten Guineas of the Company's Cleifc. . Sigii'd by Order of the laid Governor and Company,-- ,- _' Jafper Clerk. PuMifitd with Confent *f his Majefty s PrinUrt. WHcreas by an Aclh of.Parliament, mada in ibe Seventh* Year of the Reignof his late Majefly K-in;> Geo-rgtf, intitled an A& to prefeive and encourage the Woollen and: Silk Aluai^ failures of this Kingdom, and for more effa:luai employing the Poor,. Kjf prohibiting theUfe andWear of all printed, painted, frain'i, or dy'd Caljkoej, ia Apparel, Houfliold-StufF, or ether wife, after the 2 7 Pounds, ;