Monday, April 22, 1743

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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 22, 1943, London, Middlesex } . FRIDAY, A,p r i i 2^,; 1743 ^prtf 20. |iM� dotfnthe S&therlipd Mail. - for Lifbon, .and Ae Prince of Wales, Cornifh, for Southampton. Wind W. by S. An ExtraJSt of a Litter from a foreign Minifier at Pa �i$, dated April 23. 'The Prince of Campo Fiorido,' Arabaffador from ' Spain, has within the Space of lefs than a Week, had � feveral Conferences with M. Amelot and the Marflul � de Noailies, npon the Difpatches which lie has lately � receiv'd from Madrid. This Ambaffadorshas in very ' ftrong Terms exclaim'd againil the Conduft of the Court ' of France m reipeft: to the Affairs of Spain j and in his ' Difcourfe With Monf. Amelot has added, that it was * fhameful for France, and very melancholy for Spain, * that the latter can have no Dependance upon the * Engagements and Promifes of the French Miniitry. As * the Prince of Oampo Fiorido is not unacquainted with � the great Weight. x>f the Marihal de Noailies at this * Court, -heT-has beeja twice with him at his Houfe, where * he in plain; Terms .declared t6 hull, ' That as the' Orders of his'jCou'rt enjoined him to demand a pofitiv? Anfwer, in Relation to the Squadron of Men of War which had been-prQmis'd,-in order.toffet at Liberty the �' Spanilh Ships in the Port of Toulon, and in Relation to �*� the Succour in Troops and the Artillery which was to * have joined the Army of the Infant Don Philip; he �'applied "to him, the Marlhal, to inform the King of thefe-�' Orders, and tosreprefent to his Majefty, that if the Si-" tuatiori of Affairs in Germany did not permit him to " furniih Spain with the promised Succours either by Sea "onLand, the Catholkk King his Rafter muft be obljg'd to abandon Tiis Alliance with France, and take Advan-tage ,of  the Means which were {till in the Hands of " Spdi�i to conclude an honourable Peace with her Ene-. " ruies,' Marfhal Noialles appear'd greatly- difconcerted ' upoa-hearing'of the. Pifpofifions of the" Court of Madrid, 4 and prpmiTed that the next Day he would make a faith- * ial Report of them to the' King} but .that he was fo * "thoroughly perfuaded of the good Inclination of his *-M^eftytowards Spain, that he duril venture to affure * him hefore-hand,. that Things would hot come to fo -uapleafing an Extremity, and that his Catholick Majefty � would in a mort time be fully fatisfied in refpeft to ail *.his Demands.' L ON D O N. Yefterday his Majefty went tb the H.oufe of" Peers, and made a moll'gracious Speech'from the Throne, and after-%vards gave" the jRoyal Affent to nine publick and three private Bills; and then both Houfes were prorogued to Tuefday the 7th of June. The following Alterations are talk'd.of at Court, viz. the Earl of Cholmondejey to' be made Lord Privy-Seal, in the Room of the Lord Gower; the Mafter of the Rolls will fucceed the Earl of Cholmondeley as Chancellor of tfce Dujchy.of Lancatfer, for Life'; arid Mr. Noel will be appointed Mafter of the Rolls. On, Tuefday died, very much advanced in Years, the Lady Jones, at her Houfe in Upper Grofvenor-Street. She was Rellft ofthe latt Sir Arthur Jones, Bart. . .. "Thi* Rev. MrrTho'maj Cl&rke is presented by the Lord Chancttior tovthe Rtclory cf Merthyr in the County of Carmarthen. The Rev. Mr: John" Hawes to theReftory of Berwick in Ae County of Suffex. t The Rev. Mr. John Mawfon to the Rectory of Conning-lon in the County of Cambridge. And%the.Rev..Mr.,Thomfis Littleton to the Reftory of Wobuiy ia'the'Cotinty of Salop. , * Latt Tieflay a ^onffenwent to the Shop of "Mr. Jones, ktSrocer, m.Drdy-L^, ai^ bought forue 0roc<ry-Ware, *iSitt &C. tm Hwn &ker {be return'd, and fud Jfe had. reqtiy'd 911 , e at the Inn to pay the-Porter^ when the Qao ffofition. , On Monday Night Mr. Bird; of^nrh^hj-Yard; crpffing Holborn, tell down, and unhappily broke one of his Legs ; a Qpach coming by at the fame Time, run over the other, and bruis'd him iii'fiich manner that he died in a (hort time after; Laft.Tuefday Night was interr'd at Chrift-ChurcK in Newgate-Street, in a very decent jind folemn Manner, the Corps of Mrs. Margaret |ones, Wjfe of Mr. Evan Jones; Mafter of the Royal Bagnio there. She was a Gentlewoman endow'd with all the amiable Virtues that adorn the Sex. On Wednefday the Eaft-India Company enter'd at the Cuftom-Hdufe for Exportation, 35 Tons of Iron, 23 Tons of T3ad Steel, 25 Tons of Cordage, 40 Tons of Iron Ordnance, icto Tons of unwroilght Copper, with Gun-Carriagesi Round Shot and Shells, and divers other Goods'*. Yefterday William Torbutt, a noted Pickpocket at the Playhoflfes, being brought before Cdl. De Veil, was committed to Clerkemvell Bridewell to hard Labour. On Sunday next two Charity Sermons will be pre?.ch1d before the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, at the Parifh Church j of St. Dunltan in the Eaft; that in the Morning by the Right Rev. the Lord Bifhop of Chichefteri and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. King, L�durcrof St. George Botolph-Lane, for a hundred and twenty Charity Children of Tower Ward, London. The Children are to fing the iirft four Verfes of the 23d Bfalm. The fame Day two Charity Sermons will be preachM at the Parifh Church of St. Clement near Eaftcheap, for the Benefit of the Charity Children of Bridge and Candlewick Wards; that in the Morning by the Rev. Dr. Clarke, Archdeacon of Ejfex^.and Chaplain in Ordinary to his Majefty; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Maltus, Le&urer of St. Mary Magdalen Bermondfey. The fame Day two Charity Sermons will be, preach'd at Chrift Church in Surry, for the-Benefit of thirty Boys ...id ten Girls of the faid Parifti; that in the Morning by the Rev. Mr. Hodgkifs, Head School-Mafter of the Charter-houfe; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Wing-field, Lefturer of St. Thomas in Southwark. On Monday next,, being the Feaftof St. Mark, a Sermon will be preach'd'at the Parifh Church of Alhallows in Bread-Street, on the Excellency of the Liturgy of the Church of England, parfuant to the Will of the late Mr. John . Hutchins, by-the Rev. Dr. Denne, Dean of Rochefter. Prayers will begin about Eleven o'Clock. The Peribn of Quality defining to have his Coat of Arms drawn by the Norwich Artift, (who never had the Ufe of either Hands or Feet) is the Occafion of his Stay ax the s Manfion Houfe and French Horn, near the Royal Exchange. In the meantime he obliges the Nobility and Gentry, from Ten in the Morning till Eight at Night, with his amazing ' Performances, which no Perfori can form a proper Idea, of without feeing. . Canterbury, April 20. Laft Saturday was married George Farewell, of Brenly, Efq; to Mifs Netherfole, an Hcirefs of an antient Family, and a very confidefable Fortune. Laft Monday was married Thomas Barret, of Lee, Efq; to Mifs Pudrrer, Daughter of Humphry Pudner, Efq; of this City. N This Evening will be perfbrm'd, At the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, The Old Batchelor, with the Devil to Pay. At the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, Cato, with the Virgin Unmaflt'd. High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 11 Minutes after 10 in the Morning, and 43 after :o at Night.' v Yefterday Bank Stock was 146 1 8th a 3 4ths. India Stock 186 a 3 4ths. South-Sea Stock, no Price. Ditto Old Annuities 115 1 4th. Ditto New 113 7 8ths a 114. Three per Cent. Annuities 101 5 8ths a 3 4ths. Ditto 1742, io! 5 8ths a 3 4ths. Ditto 1743, 98 3 4ths a 7 8ths. Million Bank 118 3 4ths. Equivalent ill. Rcyai Ailu-rance 82. London Affurance 11 5 Sths a 3 4ths. Mine Adventure Shares, no Price. Englifh Copper 4I. 10s. Welfh ditto, no Price. African, no Price. Seven per Cent Emperor*s Loan 114. Five per Cent, ditto 76. Bank Circulation 4I. 1$%. Prem. India Bonds 4I. 10s. 39s. Prcm. Thret 1 half Salt Tallies 2. Prem. Three 1 half perCcnh Exchequer Ordm 5 1 half.^Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 2 1 half, Difc. Lottery-Ticapsts "aos. Frem. Cuilom-Houfe, London, ?i Aptil, 1743. T^T Order of the Hofttttrable Commijfwturs of . his Majeftfs Cujloms, l$c. �n Wednefday the 4th 'of May, 1743, at Three o'Clock iri the Afternoon, mill be put up to Sale, in the Long Boom in the Cufiotn-lfoufe, London, Several Parcels of Bohea and Green Tea, Coffee raw and roajfed, clear of all Duties. To be fetn at the King's Warehaufe on Monday the zd, and Tuefday the 3d of Miy, from Eight; to Twelve in the Forenoons, and from Three to Five in 'the Afternoons, and in the Morning before the ale; nukere Catalogues ivill be de/tver'd. � ' , ' � - '" ' r; [ CT*ffE -Commiffiontrs for V&u-ailing fcis Majefty's . Navy give Notice, that on Thurfiay the^fhof May next, in.the Forenoon, will be paid at the Pay-Office in Broad-Street, theShort-Allovaance-Monty due to the Company of his Majcfiys Ship the Prince of Orange, be.kveeh the. 24th of November, 1740, and the zoth of '�March fo^^voing. � Dated at the ViShtalling-Officet London, tbu tofl Day of April* 1743- � , y*'7 E j  Adro;.-r.1ry�0fltc*i 19 April, f-TfS Mr;j-fi"f'i- � Sow the An. nil a- teing , now at - tie Nor'e, 'd-iia'-vxifer ix/.rrdia,'e Orders for failing j it is the.DireelioJi of nr^ Lords Cxnmiffioners of the Admiralty, that Jucb of the Mm turned over into her from the Phditon Firejhipj Princefs' Itoyal Hofprtal-SJjip, and Drfiance,' ivbi are abfent from their Duty, do repair immediately on board the faid Ship A;:gufa at the Nore, on pain not only cf Ifufg. the If ages due tc them in the cforcf.ld Ships, but of being apprehended, a-id tried at a Court-.Mariial as Deferters. _______Tho Corbetr," Scu.h-Sei-Houfs, London, 19 April, 1743. Court of Di-e'h'-s cf the South-Sea Company do hereby give Notice, that thsy will expofe to Sale, at their Houje in Threadxeedle-Street, on Thurfday-the 28th infant, at lea o'Clock in the Forenoon, 65 Hogfbsads of Sugar from Jamaica. Ftuui ti.e Weum'nUer jii.-iiiiiaty, 30 Ai:ifi:i., 1743 \70T/C�. is b'rebi given to all the Ttujlccs *~ for relieving the Sick and Needy, at the PuhUck Infirma;-^ ' in James-Street, Wejlminfe'r', that the Accounts of the laji Tear ��will'be there audited on Monday the 2$tb of April, P743, at Three 0''Clock in the Afternoon.; when and where as many as phafe (beffdes the particular Committee appointed fir that Purpofe) are defird to attend. ' Notice is hereby given, THAT on Tuefday the 26th inlhnt, between the Haurs of Ten and Two, \v:ll be pa'd at Mr. Tlckell's. m Nlw Broad-Street-Buildings, the Hi zz-Money dus to fuch of the Ofikcis � and Company belonging to hrs .Vajfn's Ships the Burtord, Hampton-Court, andJMncet Louifa, as did iiot rtccne the am: a: jomaica : And whereas a fitut Number of Claimant abusing at one Time for Ships that are not - advertifed, do but diihirb ths Payments, th y are jieHr'd to tales Notice,, -that none tut thefe now .".dvsiiis'd can p. ffivy be paid that Day. Notice is hereby given, IHAT the- Agents to the Le Pierre jofeph,, taken by h:s Mije'ly's Ship the Squirrel, do ^rrp^ io make a . jrl ot Fart of th.-Ca.go of the Cud Piiz;, on boiril his Majcfty's ; fid S!iip at Lcngreach, the 2~th iliOant j and all the Seamen and otheiJ^i 0/ the laid Sh;p, are detir'a fi rthwi'h to icfair on bestd, in order tp tccdvtf '� a proportion: b'.e Put the f:i i. , �  WHEREAS The Offi.ers of the Parifh of I St, Luke, in tlie Count}1 of Middlefcx, werem2le*trri;ed by tli�J" Populace in the. Execution of thfir Office on Taefdra- the nth inltant; tht Inhabittinti of the laid Pariih promife a Reward cf 'L'wli Guineas toanV-I'erfoii or Perlbns vthi fhall di cover any ofthe Ofiendc;?, to be p^id ar tij'e'-B.ir mi�tion. Aid; the f^id IrJiabitants give Notice, that they will profecute fur the future ail '* Petfais who iball pie.ume to exiiibit^Shesv.i, Drolls, or �m ether unlawful  Paftimca in Mo 'feicj, cr ary cthe: Plnic- vMLliii.'the:f.�ou'i>ia. ; , 1^ H r,Ti ufb. e-� apjjo.n:tci to p.u.t in b xecutiOB . an Aft ni" Parliament to i-na".'e ,�lie Psrifliioncrs of the Pdrith.ttf' St. Bocclph without A'du.ito, in ipk City of London, to ra::e a cettaja Sum' 01 Mor.cv for fVy.Tie:it of Djbri jlrc-dy contrjCttd for the Relief and~ . MainUnanc? ot v.'ie Poor of the l>rd Parifli, yive Notice, that rhey intcai)'. to meet on alond<<y ntxt, the 2th infljnt, at Three o'Clock in the Afta* noon, at the Sthoo!-Room the Corner of Hcundfditch, to receive PropnfaJ^ from Pcrtons wihihg to advaixe Money on theCredit of the. laid Adl'et Piirlt.imer.t lor the Putchafe of Annuitiej for Live:^ and other B�fme&. THE Annual T'cAl or tne Uci.tivincn cdu-: cued atTunbridce Sthool,.under the Care of the Rev. Mr. Spencer, is appointed to be kept at the Fountain Tavern in Eaitholon.e.v-Lane, on Monday the 2<th inflant. Tickets to be had at (he Bar. Dinner to beonTabJe-ac Half an Hour afterTwo o'Cltek precifely. rV77iEl<bAS a Parenc was g<anted by V V King Charles die Fiift, and cenfirmed by' King Jamis the Second^ for hold'ng a Fair in Great and Little Brook-Field, then in the Pariih ot' St. Mirtiii in the Fields, now in the Taiiih of St. George, Hanover-Square, for the buying and fellirg all (brts of Merchandize, asd to begin the ill cfMay, fo w continue for fifteen Days; this is to acquaint the publick, that the Fair "will be ot�:ed on the <rt of May next j wl*re all Perfori thnt are willing to take Ground for bu'lding Booths, Sails, &d by applying to Mr. Caifter, at the Sort Tavern in Shepherd's Market, may agree' for the fame. Note,-There are Shops to Ictt alr�dy built, very eomrvsedtoas ftr ToysJ' &c. with a covef'd Way all along between the faid Shops, that the Company may walk 'lonj-m the dry if it ffwuld rain. It is dcfirtj that rfll Persons th?t havs taken Ground for buJiJhVg of Booths, winmmsd.^iciy bu:Jd the fame, or elfe the Ground will be ktt to others, thete being several fliat want the lame. . ' - . K A N E LAG H -G A tt D E N &. : WILL be open'd far the'Stf iwmS^as"6'n% 6n Ivjonday the z^th JDfrairf, 1743: And next tt^y the Mreei-. fajl'itg.Rmmt w;Ji he open'd, ii ufual. _; : �' Note, There will bc"Laxps I:ght�i on botlf Rtiadi, *id i PatrtfJeVaK " �Ni&ht. . . ^ . ' April 12, 1743*- V A U % - HAL L.' PROPOSALS fir the ENTERTAIN MEiF^f �/ ffe SPRING-GARDENS. I/T^HK Entertaifiin�nt will be open'd thfe % beginning of May,, aod continue three Month^ | or longer i wlafe IHu*inations, a Band of Mulick, &c. . � II. A ThouHjid Ti cictTS �iH be deliverM out at Twenfy-five Sliillings each j the Silver of every Ticket to be worth above ThreeShiJIrlgs and ro admit two Perfons every Evening (Sundays excepted) during the Seaictt. HI. Every Perfon coming without a Ticket," to pay One Shiying tatMTin� ;� for-Adfliittance. - IV. Jlo Servant in Liver? to walk in the Gardens. V. All Subfcribersare defir'd not to permit'l&cir Tickets to get into Hi ' Hands of Pcrfons of ill Repute, it being abfolutel/rejpiifitc to exejud* aW futh VI. All poflible Endeavours will be atei^ that the Particslbr*. pj^v^ for the EntatainmeM may be the Ueft iri therrfcreral kmdsj^^al Company may judge of the Reafonableneft of them, printed Ta Prices of each will Be fix'd irp in difrererit^&frts of the Garoj*.; Receipts are now. delivering, and t*ffl continue to be Ri ti thw6tb infbnt inclufire* by-Mr. Cox, Bookfeller, uwfer the Royal] by Mr. Stagg, Bookfcller. in Weflminfler-Hail} and at the Sgrfa|! at all which Places the Silver Tickets will be-ready for Delivery �J the *Sth infbnt. ( . - 'Ti$ h^p'd Bo Pedbns will tafce it amife if thej are ilot adrri;8 Time fix'd (ot opening thcGardais, of which No^cewitt bx 1

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