Daily Advertiser, March 31, 1743

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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 31, 1943, London, Middlesex ,a, , �b Glen. ^ncyv jamee Gfcn, �&;� GWrndr of SootV JUght 6?his- Wife M&bcih^only Sifter. a�d fhtr Iare. Sir ^ajiatt W3foa> Bart, was Phitmf*'-Bon. Sit Thomas Wilfotw Bart. was DefencLm j w^d^m'd.under a|tee*t of &�Jemefit... made by h * -Gf^jdfcther*, �>Vjlf.,r,, "ti/whofe third m� V2Bita^Witfori; Efai^irThotnaS is Only Son antFHWj ;aEi^�^-'T4fe ..... ...... h upTrial his &cellehcy was nonfuited, and the dual. t&fcgmita Sif T^^asl : sV�e�srJay- Jofeph Birch waS:cpramitt^d to 7. u^hfrcrcackdin tteMfrftJng at. the Parim Churdi of StflftBitf:***^ the Men War ind Fxigitc^ T]^rc wiJl ^ an 4ugiEaeiK3tioii of" &e; light Fj$^-#fc-%i&i&- JPWttft fh>rfegajtton of" the^Sfiipj; bclongiw to th%|^ects of this Empire. ieveral ^g^pffiosrs have been takeaim. The SubjecVpf their AdcijflX^. w�, their bejBg of|b>iokm in a Council -of Wat* *M* the Afaiy was too weakto attack the Ruffians; yob that tfcejjp$ar� 'twas moft advifable to retreat. Count I^e&bu^t a^edgi^ in hk Defence* that as he was ordcr'd to dc^no added,/ chat the -Towns of 7a-*4i^-afid SrindiShayt alfo been greatly damag'd. ^."I^wf*, .March., The A^riaBajpafs every .cay thto* ^9 Territory of jpretended, thatr4>ef6re ^tey go.wjfiirther, the Court is wiiliug t� he inform'd of the Siccelsi of the'Cpmmiflion which, the Marmu's de Fo^ni k gone: tt> execute with the King of Great Britain. Xetten meklUjlmt of the 16ri� of.March, 4rritpr.ieV as p^CnhtrfytlsJ^ of the Eteftors '. of Cohgn MB*6liih*i--ai*^*fe-iia$^ial Tri&uf'&ge-�/ la Ctmpeile? Mi;%d put a t"m'o**- ' proper Expsidient againft;mchiS,r and whw tfie'Empire^ isi determiara^wh^t is neceff-iry to be done for it*s ipwn Repofe anii^fety j that �' thisyAtfiajr wiB be\,no Ghij^e io^^opaj;.;'jj^:.warpay= � ready Money -for^vi^ltm^h^^^mc^jori tfaat * therefore- his Imperial mijeilp praysthe State* of .the: � Empire to grant it a� Paffage" .thto^.^eir^iir^j^nejBJI^and5 "� to fupply" It With every ^tiling !necefl|ryt|y^^d before i.he proceeded any fiirrher, and car-T3iaTtfie TKeoVtoT^a,~^nerd nevVas'cut^crxjf W-jK^ondst After' which, on "the 26th irtftant,- he foffer'd the Execution of his;Sentence, wljiph.was to have his Hand cut off, and to -be bjheaded; Mr. iZinck, whpfe Liie was at firft in great Danger, is now almoft recover'd.i ' L Q x\ D > O N. Col..Bragg*s Regiment of Foot, lately landed in the Weft of England from Ireland, -are on their Marcn to Kew, where.they are to be review'd by hisM�ijefty, from whence they go on board the Traniports hired to carry them to Flanders. . - General Churchill's Regiment of Dragoons, and Lord SempTe's-Regiment of' H^landers,-;are!b*P$hrpn the'March, in order toiheilikeiijfe review-d. , ' TJ�er0ifi^^:-^mJ^^fy Ship the-Deal-Caftle: Is order'd to'.convoy the Virgmia'Trade from the Downs to St. Helen's, if they arrive there by the firft* fair Wind in nexj Month j where his JMajefty's Ship the Haftings will take them under her Convoy, and'fee them in Safety to Virginia. 1 " v ; % .: ^��y-.: ^;'X The Right Rev. Dr.^GO&^-lK^c^^.X^iidaf'r the Rev. Dri Peirce, Dean of Wincheftery and the Rev* Dr. Allen, Re�br of St. Ann within Alder^aitei are'to .preach the Spital Sermons at St Bndfe'& before the :JRighti|pn> the Lord Mayor, &c. on Monday, Tueiday and Wednefitay. Yefterday di�d Mr. Creemer, Mafter of the Five-Bell Tavern,' near the New Church in the Strand. On -Saturday -died,; aged.'ioz, Mrs. Frances Wright^ a Maiden Gfentlewomani. itt*h*r\tfbufe. in Bedford-Court, TheobaldVRow:; ' '�> '� : . - '^ '�� �� . Yefterday died at hisliKpnfe in CJjdsdW^ir, the:in; omrhodhws Seanrei irery. ^b^enteht lot- tfe ofetia h Service. \ - TdmorrWMornmg, beingOgod-Pi^Ay, aCoiurty D^uk^ -will beoreach'd at St.: Mrchiei V '" - .- .. At theBrandy-Warehoufes on Lbdgate-Hn^ aielow oa Sale the beftJamaiGa Rem, atfi..^.\thtr_h^Xi^iaid -Brandyi at and Batajda Arrack^ ati^'s: a GaOoh. At the laid Warehoufes are now alio of* Sale corniderah&.Qs!^ tides ofFoteign Brandy at^^ta^drange-Shrabv^.s^^'%--* Galfohi which Shruby when'mad? into"Punch/ is e^^I, itf ^ SO* fup^riof.toany:Pimch-freTh\mid%.'. * - v Great Numbers'of Gentlemen1 and Ladies;rdaily ttfort - to the.Marifion Houfeand French Horn, facing the Manfion- 1 Houfe, to fee the-Artift fVom Norwich. rTcis twenty*twoi Years of Age, never had the Tjfe of Hands or Feet, but two Foot- long, weighs but four Stone two Pounds, and . has as comely a Face as.molt 'Men. Hi Converfatiba is fo agreeable, it pleaies all that, fee him. He writes, draws Gentlemens Coats of Arms, and-plays -at Cards with his- Mouth; with feveral other Performances tqo tedious to mention. He is to be^feen by one or. more, from Ten to Eight, for Six.Pence each Perfo'n. Being defn'd by feveral Gentlemen to go to Oxford,'his Stay here will be but fhprt. , . Newcajtle, Murcb 7.6. We hear from Durhamj thata' , horrid Murder was committed there Lul Wednesday, otf the Body of Mary Forfter, a Widow, by one Robert'WH-kiufon* who lodg'd with the Beceas'd, and afiifted her hi. her Hufinefs of keeping a Brandy-Shop. pQ Wednesday t--;a|^-tM^g ful^y refplv'd tff-dtipatch'her^.he feet a.yopsg Girl flie kept an a Servant abroad.} then going"to the De� ceafed, and tying a Handkerchief about her Neck and her Mouth, he fidten'd. her to the long Settle in the Kitchen, where, (he reraain'd near three Hours, till ihe was ftrangled or fuffocated. -i~ incomparable Engines for, extinguiibmg Fires j'Jiis Integrity, ; Honefty, Scz. render'd- himefteem'd and valued by all that, knew him: His Trade, which was verr cpnfiderabj.e, devolves to his only Son,' Mr. Lawfencs; J?jW for ^many Years,' has..beehfmf Pirtne^(hJR%WitSiiu|R" of WhitehaU-Ch#eJ^tKefo6A^ .^^raVMornihg Bfetween.^^^f#�. iOuaSof�mp:fa^�t�U^yter�^ m Sopfgate^tSiok ^MSS^lSS'S Sid would have. don^jfm^MS^I?^ fome Bandies.^iHiiW*^ Hign Water at London-Bridge tnfs Day at 25 Minutes after 3 in the Morning, and 44 after 3 in the Afternoon. Yefterday flank Stock was no Price; India Stock, nd Price. South-Sea Stock no. . Ditto Old Annuities 114  for the Opening. Ditto .New 112 1 half. Three per Gent. Annuities vioo. i'\8th a t 4th. Ditto" 1742,. ioo 1 ^th a I 4th.*': Mfllon Bank iiS'j^ths. Equivalentru. vRoyal Aflurarce'82Vl London 'Aiwrarice ii j ^ths "a j. 4th!; Mine Adventure Shares, no Price, Engliih Copper 4I.V6s. Welfii dttto, no Price- African,'.. no Price'.- Seven '.ptf>x Cent. Emperor's Loan 111 1 4th: Five per Cent.- ditto 77 1 haff1 4th. Bank Circulation 4I. 12s. 6d. Prenl: IndiajBonds^L 8s. a 7s. Prem. Three rhalf Salt.Tallii* i. Prem. Three 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5. ?nm. Three per'Cent, ditto 2. Difc. Lottery*Tidkeit."-17s. 6d. Pcem. '� ^ ' "" v  �' AumiraUy-Qifice, 25 March, 1743. .T. \ to bit-- Majefiyt Ship, the Defiancehave "beenJurttf over to tbe Alierncy at Hull, dni. a Me- Number to /J�) Ati&orougb at Liverpool, and Tenders.are n*w at Sheemeff realty 'to carry, them, to tbeir refpeSko'e. $&ipt i the tords Com? vttj/amefr of'tbeA&tiQralty do hereby] Jri3ly\eb^rg^tbe~^t/d Mek: i^hediately 1 Mr. Richard Newftam, longIcnPwn^ie PublicfeWh^aJ 7./^' T% .w^^,m. 1?*^-. 'r^M^l^f^^'tbe A��, tvberf/bey pall be paid tbi Wages due to them for the Defiumetotbe 3 ift

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