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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 15, 1943, London, Middlesex                                Dattv Adv ^ ; F R 1 D A f,  April 13, 1743 Si Dealy April 13.    . - Hfi Colchefter, for Inlia; andfbe Outward-Bound, are alTfail'd to the Weft ward.   Came down the Mary, Hill;   for Genoa.    The Medway Man of War, and the ^ Great; Britain,   for Jamaica, are ..preparing to fail.   The Loveren-dale, "Mangalaue, for India,  remains.   Wind N. E, "jnExtrafi of a Letter from tie Hago e, dated April 16. 'As* the Marquis de Fogliani, before his Departure � from hence for London,* communicated to the States Ge-' neral the Ii\ftr�c"Uons, which he had received from his * Court, in order to treat with, that of Great Britain, it * wis; thereupon obferv'd, that the Article of Commerce � gave great Umbrage to their High Mightineffes on the < oneJsWW thjf EngUflr hare for a long time pad * ewWBfewid pri^a^Iy to traverfe the Negociation for a � Treaty of Commerce between the Kingdom of Naples * and ttis Republick; arid on the other, becaufe the Court * of" the Two Sicilies rtfelf, has always feduloufly avoided 4 bringing this Treaty to a Conclufion, in order to h.-.ve it * conftantiy in its Power to grant further Favours to the * Englifh, and to be always at Liberty to take Advantage � of any Circumftances which Should appear to tend to. the * promoting its own Intereft. � There, is we are told, juft now printed at Apnferftam, * the Speech which the Deputies of the States oi Holland * made at the-City of Dart when they were f^nt tilery iu ' order to engage the Deputies of that Place to give their ' Votes as the other Cities had done, for granting, puriiirtht * to Treaties, the Succours demanded by her .vlajeity of ' Hungary.   To which it ieems the- Deputies of tnis City * obftmately perfifting in their former Sentiments, anlwer'd ' with much Vehemence. Thefe two Pieces contain ccr-' tain.Remarks andFafts which are very curious. It's rc-' ported that one of the principal Members of the Repub-' lick -replied to the Aniwer of tne Deputies of Dort j * bat that .Reply has not yet made its publick Appearance. * We learn by the laft Letters fro*� Verfallies, that the. * CuTt of France his regulated and agrecc with theCoun- * try of Liege, that*in order more and more to encourage * the Commerce between the Kingdom of France and tne . * Principality of Liege, there iha.ll a Caufrway be made at 'little Expence to trie latter between Givet and Dinuu, * aiarti'd With a Walk of Trees on each Side thereof. ' Th'a Marihal de NoaiUe-s iniifts ftrenuoufiy upon the Pro- * ppfition which he has made, viz.  Thai; to this Purpofe .' tijere fha},l be |pt thjth^r aJBody of -gsp Men, unwell, to poflefc thernfelves of-tie Country of Liege and Sr. ' Hubert, as the Neighbourhood of Dinau, where the above * Cauleway is to be made.   We are afiur'd, that Orders * have juft been given for tranfporting the neceffary Mate- * rials tor paving this Caufeway.' :       L     O     N     D     ON. Yefterday Morning the Lady of the Right Hon. the Lord Brooke was fafely brought to Bed of a Daughter, at his Lordfhip's Houfe in Grofvenor-Square. On Monday died -at his Houfe at Stratford, in advanced Age, Capt. Thomas Collet, many Years in the Eaft-India Company's Service. On Tuefday laft died at his Seat at Enfield, Ambrofe Pagfe, Efqj formerly an eminent Brewer at fow, and in the .'Year 1720 was one of the Directors of the South-Sea Company* The {kme Day died Mr. Morgan Bynham, an eminent Brewer at Hackney.        . ' On Wednefday Night died in advanced Years, t!fe Rev. Mr. Skirrett, of St. Peter le Poor in Broad-Street, and Minifter of Greenwich. Yefterday died in the Bowling-Alley, Wefiminfter, Mr. Barker, an eminent Bookfeller. Yefterday Morning died at Knigktmridge, Mr. Ayleworth, who kept the Boarding-School for young Ladies on Chelfea-Cofcnaon. "He was one,, of his Majefty's Band of Muficians, ani; a famous Performer on the Violin. Lait Night was interr'd in Lincoln's Inn, in a private �ner, purfuant to his own Dire&ions, William Melmeth, 1'.';^. He.poifefs'd hy Temper every moral Virtue, exalted a into every Chriiiian Grace : He had a Simpli-f'O'^ *fanners that would have been confpicuous in the Ages, as it paffed not unadmir'd even in this ; a Husnanity that mehed at every Diftrefs ; a. Charity that not-snly thought no Evil, but fufpefted none. He exer�is'd his Profeffion with a Skill and Integrity which nothing could equal, but the Motive that animated his Labours, or the amiable Modefty that accompanied all his Virtues. He employ'd his Induftry, not for. the Gratification of his own Defires j no Man indulged himfclf lefs : Not to accumulate ufelefs Wealth ) no Man was more incapable of io unworthy a Purfuit: It was for the decent Advancement of his Family, for the generous Afiiilance of his Friends, for the ready Relief of the.Poor. How often did he exert his_diftinguifh'd Talents, yet refufe the Reward of them, w Defence of the Widow, the Fatherlefs, and him that bad none to help him? Few have ever, pafs'd a more ufeful, .nototfe a more blamelefs Life ; and his whole Time was V�T eit^er in Joiilg good, or in meditating it, <�terda/ was interr'd in the Church of St. Margin in hejields, in aprivate Manner, the Body of Mrs. Elizabeth i^ocfaaian, the Wido^ of Afcaniub Chriftbf her ho&xaaa, EJq; WhdS'dje'd on Thtirfday the 8fh inftant, after about, foirteen pays Ulnefs. She was a Lady endow'd with1 many excellent Qualities which adorn human Life ; a good Wife; astender Mother j and a generous and faLfhful Friend. She has^lefc one Son and one Daughter by her firil Hufb.ind, , � � Halfejr, Efqj who was an eminent Merchant, and one of the Council at Bengal; and was afterwards married to --- Sheldon, Efqj wno died Governor of Bengal. Her Son John Halfey, Efq; who is' a Gentleman univerfally efteem'd for his many amiable Qualities; is now Chief of Caffimbuzar, and Second of trie Council of Bengal ; and her Daughter, who is a very agreeable Lady, is married to Capt. Hutton, of Barbadoes. On Monday laft died at the Bat'i, Mr. John Bafrn, of Burlington-Gardens, Carver, very eminent In his ProleiTion, as his many excellent Performances evidently fhew, and whole many valuable Qualities are become zu irreparable .i-I^:". to ?.\\ his Friends -tad Acqaaiufcincc. I    Yefterday t:iere was a Meeting of tl�e Governon of the I Lor.don-Workr.oufe, who chofe the Rev. Mr. John Ru/Tell J ; to fucceed the Rev. Mr. Sandiford, as School-Mafter of ' thr.t Houfe." On Monday the 4th inftant four Horfes ftarted for the 501. PI - td- at Newmarket, which was won by a Hoffe of Lord GodolpiiinY On Tuefday the ;ua Lord Middleton paid iool. Forfeit to Lord William Manners. On Wednefday the 6th the Duke of Devonshire and Lord Godolphin ftarted each a Hoife for zool. which was won by the latter. On Thurfday the 7th fix Horfes ftarted for the King's Plate, which was won by a Horfe of Lord Goddlphin's. On Friday the 8th Lord Middleton's Horfe beat Mr. Panton's Horfe for 2001. On Saturday the oth feyen Horfes ftarted for the Gold Cup of a hundred Guineas, which was won by a Horfe of Lord Gower's. On Tuefday laft, at the Quarte^r-'Seilions at Hicks-Hall, was tried an Appeal on an Information exhibited by Mr. William Smith, a Pilot, Appellant, againft Cornelius Barnes, a Mailer of a Ship, Refpondent, for the faid Barnes taking upon himftlf the Charge of his own Ship, as a Pilot, out of the River Thames, the faid Ship not being eicaer a Coailer or Collier, and he the fiid Barnes not being duly licenfed as a Pilot, as is tequir'd by an Ad of Parliament made in the fifth Year of his prefent Majefty's Reign; where, after a full Hearing, the Refpondent was convicted of the, Faft, and thereby incurs the Penalty of 201. On Thurfday at the Seffions at Hicks's Hall, Mr. Randall, a Baker, in Holborn, was (worn into the Office of High Cortii&ble i'lir Holborn DiViilori, in the kdom'of Mr. Willfon. After a few Days Illnefs, Yefterday Morning died at his Houfe, the George in Aldermanbury, Mr. Thomas Anderfon, who with*Character acquir'd an eafy Fortune, and is fucceeded in his Employ by his Son. Yefterday thirty-one Prifoners were try'd at the Old Baily, three whereof were capitally convitled, viz.* Elizabeth Cannon and Anne Ellard, for dealing out of the Houfe of Elizabeth Coles 16 1. and upwards, and a Parcel of Linnen j and Sarah Willinghurft, for the.Murder of her Female Child. Thirteen were call for Tranfportation, and fifteen acquitted. Next Sunday Morning a Charity Sermon will be preach'd at the United Parifli Church of St. Ann and St. John Zachary within Alderfgite, by the Rev. Mr. Howard, Chaplain to his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales, and Lecturer of St. Magnus by London-Bridge, for the Benefit of the Charity Children belonging to tne Society frequenting the faid Church. The. fame Morning a Charity Sermon will be preachfd at the United Parifh Church of St. Mary Magdalen Old Fifh-Street and St. Gregory, by the Rev. Mr. Burnet, M:nifter of St. James Clerkenwell, for the Benefit of the Charity Children of Caftle-Bayhard Ward. The fame Morning a Charity Sermon will be preach'd at Shadwell Church, for the Benefit of the Charity Children* by the Re*v. Mr. Simpfon, Re&orof St George in Middlefex. On Sunday next two Sermons will be preach'd at St. Ann at Limehoufe, for the Benefit of the Charity Children belonging to the faid Parifli' and the Hamlet of Poplar j that in the Morning by the Right Rev. Father in God Jofeph Lord Bifliop of Briftol; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Fletcher, Minifter of Rumford in Effex. The fame Day two Charity Sermons will be preach'd at the Parifli Church of St. Michael Baffifhaw in Bifinghall-Street, for the Benefit of the Charity Boys belonging to St. Swithin's Evening Lecture j that in the Morning by the Rev. Mr. Arrowfmith, Rec*tor of St. Olave in Hart-Street, Crutched-Fryars; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Wilfon, Lefturer of St. John in Southwark, This Ev�nmg will be perrbri/r*d, At the Theatre Royal m Drury-Lan     -f    \ � _ Tho Cornerr. Admiralty Office, 7 Ap.il, 1743. TT is the Diretf'on of t^e Lr>>d^ Corr.^'i/f; ' kf the Admiralty, that all the Seamen ivho  /V over from the Worcejler into the Prince Frederick, 'ft:: -'.g out at Portf/houth, -ivhofe Leave of Abfence txpir^J ots : ">e t^lh injiant, do repair on board the faid i>bip on or befyre the zcth infant, her Captain being directed to Run all fich as do not appear on board at tie afcrefaid Timeafer nvhich allfuch as are then abfent will not only hfe ihjir Wages, but aljl be liable to be taken up as Defei lers, and tried at a Court-Martial. Tho. Corbetc. Admiraky-Office, i 3 April, 1 743. T Lords Commifjivrtrrs   of t^e Admirc-itv*^ � having ordered the Petty Officers and Fortniafl Men of his r -ution of their faid Leave, repair on board his Majefty's faid Ship the Captain ', on Pair,'.not onlj of lofng their H a^->, lit :f being apprehended and tried at a Court-Martial as Deferters. ' ___Tho. Corbert; CT'H E Committee For kiting the Gttx's Lands* in the Account of the Chamberlain of the City of London} give Notice, that they intend to left py feveral Leafes thi ^ following Lots for a Term of z\ Years, vii.:        " ~^
                            

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