Daily Advertiser, April 14, 1743

Daily Advertiser

April 14, 1743

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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 14, 1943, London, Middlesex J7 T H tf K S DU V,-: April 14 ,1 1 � 743 t Deal, April i2. J : 1 Mum _4 and Marthay Evenden, for Lilbori. Came � dow% the Hatley, WiEfcn, for Virginia-ji; the^rieadflup,^L--J for Genoa j the i^ttyj-Qailen, *for - Ireland j and {he^mon, for Havre de Or^cel /^Pat i bffk/ the Ruby, Wharfe,: for Virginia;; theGreyhound,Wood, for Jamaica; and remain .with the - Calcheftef, * A-fbv Days fincedied 4t Btpmley,neatBow, Middlefe^ I '.J OSf AMfi down and ^d; the Ridiard the Rev. Mf:^ rBenj.> Wood;J wlib .had bfcen thirty Years Miuifter of that: Pariffi; He was an pceellent Scholar, and;a mo& accurate* judicious Treacher i\iThe6&ft of prodigious Reading, and the on Monday laft ifl the AfternrbfU JL* the three following Bank Notes, viz. No. io-, to Rowland Robert 4oh*ited the 7Jth of Augdft, '174.1 j No. ao8, to JofepK Hett id, 40I; dared the ift of April, 174-3 � Nb.-jso, to Hoare add ArncI3, icfcj. dated the 6th of April, 1743^ in cafe the kid &otcs ihould be offend id clofpft Study and. Application. _ r 'What is far more i flluftri'ous/ the the Loverendale^ MangalenCj both* for the Great Britain, Crook&Mkv:':ipr Macclesfield, Eaft Jamaica; and the two Tenders. Arrived,, dieSe&^Horfe, : Dodgfon, from Lancafier; and the Maiy, Putford, from Chdten Wind W.S. W. v .'O- * . ftenna,Jprili2>: The foliowmg is ^ a Letter wrote to the King of Great Britain by,h&Maj�#y of Sardinia* foon after .his Retreat out of Swuoy^ and which beeri fincfc communicated to th&CourW.v ; ^lk^Jimw^Brpth$rt . \ * You have already .been acquainted hy:my Mini&er at Kyovu; Court with tii Keafons which .obliged me to -With--  draw my Army from Savoy, and to\ caufe it; to return * into fiedmnu Y.moft .unwearied Diligence. Till Nature/ quite, exhkulled, - Sunk under *he Burthen, - * And left him "almoft' expiring In the Hwfeof ^iro' the whole � Duty.of the Dayj'fcot continued langaifting oil he died, April 11/1743, at Eight ill the Morning, aged about locty-fix Years. GnTuefday laft Henry Wood, Waterman, (Gunner of the Fubhs"Yacht) was. convifted, by the Rulers of the Waterinens Company before the Bench of Juftices at Greenwich, for refufirig to pay hi? -Quarteridge due to the faid -Company,, dnd was iin'd Ten Shillings, purfuant to the Aft of Parllarpent and bye "Laws-iu: that Cafe made-and provided. 1 " A Perfon-^of Quality, who was kt * the Manfion Houfe and French "Horn; near thcfRoyal Exchange, on Ftidky laft, to fee the curious Piecesdrawn \>y the Norwich-Artift, who wver liad the Ufe of either Hands or Feet, was To .Admiralty-Office,^ 7 April, 1743. JT is the Direttion of the Lords Comimjfioners of the Admiraltythat alt the Stamen ***A*�*~A-^a -v^ki*! *^r- T Anns'before her leaves garments which :.irtr Omictftood^an& coached in thof* * which induced me to take ixpArms, and was the Occa- * jibn of our Troops joining. L pray God, my good * Brother, to have you conftantly u$ider.ius heavenly Pro-VttGion,. '.. * Tour, good Brother and Ally, m , ..... r.. . .r., m Taviftock-Strcet, Coveftt-Garden, aflifted by Mr; Jikckney; but 'tis.^tiiought molt of her Cargo will be faved. � : Yefterday' four Companies of^ Highland "Regiment, arrived here, on thqir Way forLbndpn, in. order : to be reviewed by his Majefty. . YefterdayTe'nnight we had a violent Storm of Wind at N. E. when.feven Cobles; on.board of which were ay People, were loft. From Sunderland too we have-difmal Accounts of the Effefts of this Storm. ' - , - *Tis faid-two Ships are loft' on the Salt Spar, near Hartlepoole; and that fii Cobles belonging- to the faid Place* are wanting. , - : �"W^ilill continue- to hear of the Damages done tofShip-pir|^along the Coaft: Two Ships fouhder'd near the Bj*y, one of which appear'd to be a new one, of 300 Tots, the othejr. about ioo,' whofe .Crews 'tis believ'd perilh'd. The Rigging and Mails of a Ship is come afhore near Scarborough ; another Ship likewife run aftiore near the iame Place, apdbe^t to Pieces ; arid z. great many Wrecks appear aU, along the Yorkftiire Coaft. � 1 . . This' Eveifing: will -be j perform'd, : At the Theatre Rpyal^^ in Drury-Larie, Coaius,' with the Schooli-Boy. At tHe Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden^: Love's Laft Shift. - -" - ' ~ 7- -r n - ' ^ 1 High Waxer at London-Bridge: th� Day at 56 Minutes after a in the Mohiing; and 10^fter-j-in *he;Afcerno#n. euements on thi South Sidi of Queen-Street, near Rateliffe-Crofsy one thereof is in thi Occupation of Mr. John Imber, known by the Sign of thi Queers Head3 and the others adjoining on each fide thereof* Out of 'which a Way or Fqfjage is to be excepted. ?:entSy and a Shed on thi ffortb Side of the faid Street, extending Eafxvard, including thi faid Shed to London-Street,., one nvhereof it empty� and thi reft noix are, or late cirrr, in the federal Occupations of Mr. Francis Barnfeld, Mr. Edward Jones, Mrs/Eli%abetb Leonard, Mrs, Sufannah So*wle, Mr. Eben Brown, and Mrt Robert Cock, - j. 'Eight Meffuages or Tenmenfs on the T^eji Side of \Lon* don}Street, near^ Ratclijfe-Crofs aforefaid, beginning at Corner next part of a Rope-lValk, and extending North* nxdrd, including a Meffuage or tenement in the Occupatioti of Mr.' John Dyer, part tenanted and part empty. " ' 4. Eight Meffuagak or Tenements, and a Stablf, on thi fame fide of the faid Street, extending farther JyorikwarJ; jrozn the faid Mr.. Dyer*s, and including a Meffyage lor Te* nonent in the Occupation"of Mrs. Elizabeth Goodallj part tenanted and part empty. 5.. Eight Mefudges or Teneinents on the fame fide of^ thf* faid Street, extending further Northnvard from the faid Mr�f-GoodalPs to the. Road lending to Poplar, including a Mef* \ fuage or Tenement in the Occupation of Mr* John Cldpdf^ part tenanted and part empty. - ^ : 6. Nine Mefiuages or Tenements on the JLafl, fide of the>faii Street, extending Southward from thefaid^Rjoadleading t& PojJar, and including a Meffuage or Tenement in the OccUs p^tiitkAf. Mr. George Fqllit, fart tenantedandpan> empty* 7. Eight Meffuagts or Tenements oh the fame fide of thi faid Street, extending further Soutinvard from the faid Mrt Follifs, iiicluding a Meffuage or Tenement in the Occupation of Mrs* Jane Golling*wood, part tenanted and part emptyi � 8v Eight Meffuages or Tenements in Front, on ihi'fami Yeftrtrday Bank Stock was 147' j half a 3 4ths. Stock \%z. ' " * ~ * ' " India South-Sea Stock *ip/3'4*hs a I'HU a $^ths.' Ditto Old'Annuities 8ths;: fl}itto-New 113.. /Bi^ee Chandl erj the Undertaker. OaT.uefday laft tfcere was a Meeting atMK Chfift&pher Robinfo-ftX; in Frog-Lane; I/Iingtoh, of a -Cbmpah^ of rlorifts, where there."were abundance of good Judges, and: >vcral good;S?edling8 pf Auricula*, (&n by Mr. Jofhiia^ fide of the faid Street, and two in a Court there* extending fuKther'Southfvcardfrom the faid Mrs. Collinghuood's,including a Meffuage or Tenement in the Occupation of Mrs* Jant 'Sa'mpfon, part tenanted and pUrt empty. . , . .. . _ _ Andtharthe faid Committee-wAll fit in thtCounciUChaJricf per; Cent. Annuities 100 3 4ths;;Ditto r:74^,ioo j^ths. Qf the-Guildhall, London, on liednefday next, the zoth infi, ,Mill:oh Bank J18';3.4ths.;1 jEquiValefit It Royal Am] Jat Four ^ Chtk in the Afternoon, to receive Propofahf;r tbi fdme Y'of -which further Information an d printed Particular J may he, had at the -Comptrollers Office in the Guildhall afor'e/aidj on nvhich jdid printed Particulars all Perfofif bidding for anyof th$ abvve Lots are to write their PrOpofali4 D, SEAMAN," ^ 82. London.Afftiranc^ 1 i 5 StHs a~:�4tKs, 7Mine rancc Adventure. Shares,: no Price* Englilh Copper; 4L. 70s Wellh ^\uo^-- no ?rice. African^ mo; Price}..-/ Sieven- per Cent, Emperor'sr^pan ii^/,,/Fiy^jpc.r C�ot> ^jttp ?o. B-ardLGtrcuIariOrt ixsx Prem; Indjta.Bonds 41^93". Prehi. } Three 1 half SaU r Three 1 hall per Cent ^^wpee,;�0ex l^and ten *s gdp^ ,oid[F(teveK;: txc^ef0^i:!fi'?m^.,-,^rcfri?fcr e*�t. ditto a i 4th, of Hammerfmith. . Mr. Bangs . wen at Mr. Robiafon*s aforefed. s4.ari5. now to- be his Place a * 4 in Aldcxfgatc^Strce^* he" f&aU 5c"kiadly 'received,' ^THE Committee of Truftees fer ref^ Limc-JfCilfts'In EaA-Gref^wfth, near Kiackl.e^th, &c. in fte -Kent/ have ; j?j>�nled to meet-. on S^mday r.zii, the i6tb" ;