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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 17, 1943, London, Middlesex FRIDAY, jun 17 London^ J 1743 1 1 Hi came into England HE following Account traded from a little Pamphlet I have lately publifh'd, wherein Ij have (hewn the State of the Orpban-Hojufe in Georgia, from its firft; Foundation to January laft, 1742-3 * to whichl have annexed an Ex-trad from Profeffor Franks's Ac-count of the Ufe and Progreii of a Work of the like Nature atGlaucha, all in Saxony ; and which I cannot but earneftly Lej*d to all Sorts of People. But leail this Pamphlet t come into fo many People's Hands, I thought it y to give the Publick the following Extradt of what Money I have reSeiv'd and paid on the Orphan-Houfe Account, fince I _ January 1742-3. The regular Account will hereafter u< * the Superintendant of the Houfe,. asfoon as pofli my Arrival in Georgia, beginning where t ^_______publifh'd by him in the Year 1741 ended. -haps I may not embark till the latter End of the Summer, but, bleffed be God, I had the Pleafure laft Week of hearing by a Letter daced CharlesvFown, April 13, that the Family at the Orphan-Houfe were all well, and had been favour'd with a remarkable Outpouring of the Spirit of God. In the Pamphlet before-inention'd, I have been explicit in my Account of the whole OEconoroy of the Family, both as to Spirituals and Temporals; and the great Difficulties they underwent at the time the Spaniards invaded Georgia. I fhall continue, God willing, fuch Accounts from time to time, and hope all that love the Lord Jefus, and defire the promoting of his Intereft, will continue their Prayers for the Profperity of the Houfe, and Per- their unworthy Brother and Servant, Whitefield 1740-1. March 22. C&Jh Debtor. From a Gentlewoman at Savannah, From Mr. Verelft in England, for Candles, which the Orphan-Houfe expended in Georgia for the Trufte&s Ufe, -- For Subfcriptions received by the Rev, Mr 1741 * Collections received as under in England,' to April 12. In Moorfields, _____In Charles-Square 19. At the Tabernacle, at twice, May 17-June 7. J 4. 19. 22. 29. July At Briftbl, At she Tabernacle, At ditto, At Rotherhith, At the Tabernacle, At Hdftead in Effex, At Br.iiritrce in ditto, 30. At Weutherfield, "At Wdden, l. At Stortford, . At Bedford, 6. At Grt at Grahfden, 8. At Burwell, 9. At Bury, 10. At Sudbury, 12. At Dedham, 13- 18 audi 9. At Colchefler, At Coggefhall, At Matchingreen, At the Tabernacle, Receiv'd from fundry Subfcribcrs preceding this Date, ColleSions in Scotland, 'viz, Aug. 12. In the Orphan-Houfe-Park at Edinburgh, 23. At the fame Pi 26. At Newbottle, 29. At Falkirk, At Airth, 30. At Stirling, 31. At Culrofi, At Dunfermline, v -1 ?ept. 1. At Kinfofs, 4-6. 10. 17- 19. 27. Qfiob. 1. 4-13. 16. At Peirth, At Dundee, At Fintray, At Ghffpw, At ditto, At Paifley, At Inverkeithing, At Galafhiells At Maxtoun, At Haddingtc At Kinglaffie, At Aberdeen, At Montrofe, 18. At Brechin, 40. *8. At Forfar, Rcceiv'd by private Benefaftiona inScotland at fundry Times, be-fidesfomefmall Prefects of Goodt to the Orphaa-Heafe 1. s. I 16 0 5 0 17 '/viz. 16 4 16 16 JO 11 1 4 I 6 16 4 * 18 17 0 5 4 10 26 1 10 12 9. 6 32 13 2 -id 0 6 9 0 13 9 9 9 4 6 2 6 4. 4 8 13 10 io 16 9 8 13 10 �3 0 8 2 10 . 14 6 29 8 8 * 3i l9 0 M 93 4 0 38 13 � 1 9 5 6 5- 10 0 11 2 21 17 0 16 r6 6 2 6 4 16 0 10 0 0 0 3 0 0 62 10 0 17 x9 6 15 3 0 5 16 * 4 12 9 0 5 5 0 12 6 6 - 5 0 0 21 6 10 9 �3 6 12 0 z 0 0 149 i3 2 174 V2- March 7. 1742. May 24. 1. A'CoIleffion at the Tabernacle at London, A Collection at ditto, Private Benefa&ions and Subfcrip- s. d. ir 11 4 '6 21 1 tions in England, preceding this Date, Oaob. 6. A Colleftion in Edinburgh, Private Benefaftions in ditto, 155 13 8 I 128 6 4 28. A Colle�Hon in Glafgow, and 7 0 � ^ 1 Zo - }'J� tcalfaBillforLinnen,&c. 16 Paid for'a-Watch for a Man in s. o '3 GharieS'Town, which he did Work for in the Orphan-Houfe, 5 5 Paid Meff. R. Pit: and H.-Tuck- > well, for a Draught for the ^369 Orphan-Houfe in Georgia, Sept. 6. Paid Mr. Gibfon in London, a Bill 16 drawn by Mr. Noble in New-York, for Goods and Cafh fur- 300 niih-d by hi Houfe, to the Orphan- ^9 Paid Mr. James Whitefield a Bill * jjLQ on the fame Account, � \ ' ' 25. Paid Mr. Braidwood for Cloth, bought from the Orphan-Houfe in Edinburgh, for the crphan-Houfe in Georgia, Odlob.26. Paid Mr. William Hogg for an Invoice of fundry Goods bought in Scotland, and fent to the Orphan-Houfe in Georgia, Nov. 20. Given to Mrs. Davis, wftofe Son � died at the Orphan-Houfe, Dec. 10. Paid Mr. Stanton for Surgeons ? Imlruments, � � '- - � - � Paid Mr..^/heldon for Hats for the Afliiiants - in theOrphan-Houfe, 1742. and for the Children, / ' " � May Paid Mr. Metcalf part of a Bill for Linnen, Paid Mr. Whitengy fon$hpes for� the Affiftants and Children, Paid Freight of Goods fent to Georgia fromLeith and London^ and otherGharges at fundry times Paid Mr. Prioleau, remitted by ? him to the Orphan-"Houfe, � Paid Mr. Benj. Seward in Part of j a Bill due to his Brother, de-f ceas'd, for Cafh advanc'd, and a Sloop bought for the Orphan-Houfe, jo 95 '9 7 12 77 8 Auguft 5� Odob. 30. Paid ditto, Paid Mr. Robinfon, fot the Paper and Printing 1000 Orphan-Houfe Accounts, Paid Mr. Haberfham's Siller, Nov. 12. Paid Mr. Benj. Seward, in full, Advertiiing the Orphan's Account, Paid Mr. Metcalf in full, Paid ditto fending a Cafe to Carolina Dec- 6. Paid Capt. Whitefield, Paid advertifing and binding the? 5� 11 17 125 1 9 100 *0 Ic 11 *9 o Orphan-Houfe Accounts, 5 o 15 4^- 7' 1605 9 o d. 11 o 4 4 3 3 6 6 10 10 o 30 8- o 6 8 75 o 6 6 IO o 1605 9 o A D V E R T-I S E ME N T. Any Perfons that fhall be difpos'd to contribute any thing for the Ufe of the Orphan-Houfe, either in Money or .Goods; they are defir'd to fend their refpe&ive Bene-faftions to Mr. John Sims, at Mn Abbot's, in Charles-Square, near Hoxton, London; Mr, Gabriel Harris jun. in Gloucefter ; Mr. James Smith,- Grocer, in Wine-Street, Briftbl; Mr. John Trail, Bookfeller, in Edinburgh. In America, to Mr. John Welch, Merchant, in Bofton; Mr. Thomas Noble, Merchant, in New-York ; Mr. ~Samuei Hazard, Merchant, in Philadelphia ; Mr. James Fowler, Merchant, in Charles-Town,-South-Carolina. The Pamphlet from whence the above ExtraA is taken, and "othejf of-the Rev. Mr. Whitefield's Works, may be had of J. Sms, at Mr. Abbot's, in Charles-Square, near Hoxton; J. Ofwald, ia_the Poultry; J. Hutton, in Little Wild-Street, near Lincoln's Inn Fields; and S. Mafcnj in Wood-Street Priec Six Pw*er Deal, June 15. THE Squirrel Man of War faiPd again this Morning, and the Ferret Sloop, for Portfmouth ; the Francis, Warren, for Lifbon -9 the William, Contaiiche, for Jcrfey. Arrived the Granada Bomb from a Cruize, and the dement from Briftol. Juft arriv'd the Greyhound M.*n of War from a Cruize. Wind S. S. E. An Ext rail of a Letter from the Ha cv e, dated Jane 18. * A certain foreign Minifter here received Advice from Munich before the Emperor Jefc that City, that a Letter' had been wrote to the Imperial Miniilry by Mr. AmeJo:, Secretary of State at the Court, of France, which wv.s very fatisfaftory to the Emperor, the Subfta.^ce whereof is as follows. Mr. Amelot, - after having give-; the ftrongefl Affurances-of the fmcere-Friendfiiip ot his moil Chriftian Majdly for the Emperor, and of his firm Rc-folution to employ all his Forces to defend the Houfe of Ban/aria, "and not to lay down his Arnj.s till jr's Imperial Majefty had received all ihz Satislattica wnicir RC" has judiciouily room to hope for, reprefents tiwtthe King never fent any private Orders to Marfhal Broglio, or to any other of his Generals in Bavaria, to keep th^ir Corps feparate, nor to avoid Dangers 11 order.to throw them upon the Imperial Troops, as has betn rn.ilicioufly iniinuated. That it was very true, thru tlie Court had always exclaimed againil its Generals Method of carrying on the War, by dividing the Army into fmall Bodie9, and too much expoling their advanced Pofts, and that it was in order to remedy thefe Evils, that it had lately direded Marlhal Broglio to affcmble his-Troops in fuch manner, as that in Cafe of a Surprife, one Body might fuccour another. That the Import of thefe laft OrdeT3 was to avoid little Hoftilitiesr to feek or wait for a general A&ion, and to" hazard nothing till the French Generals had thoroughly concerted with thefe of his Imperial Majefiy. * That as to Marfhal Belleiile Plan of Operations, as advantagious as in EffeS it might poflibly have proved, it was now by no means pradlrcable, confidering that the Campain was advanced, and the Enemy had taken divers Pofts, where it was no longer poffible to raife the Works pointed out by that Plan, and that befides, all the Circumftances of Affairs were entirely changed ; That if his moft Chriftian Majefty oppofed the Execution of this Plan in the Beginning of the Campain, it was jiot only becaufe of the immerife Sums that muft have been expended in exhaulting fome Rivers, turning the Courfe of others, raiilhg Redouts, Forts, and other Works; but likewife that the Troops employed in thefe Works would in Part have died, and the relt would have been rendered incapable of Service by undergoing fuch great and perhaps ufelefs Fatigues : That M^rihalBellifle had been more exact in marking out the Ground in his Plan, than in calculating the Millions that it would have coil, and the People that muft have been deftroyed in putting this vail Scheme in Execution : That his Imperial Majefty might the better judge of the Truth of what is here ford,-by the Remarks which the Court had fent him in relation to this Enterprize j and might be thoroughly perfu�ded> that if the King^refufed to give the Command of his Troops in Bavaria to Marfhal Bellcifle, it was becaufe he had not forgotten the vaft Expences this General had occafioned laft Campain, befides the large Contributions which he had raifed in Bohemia and Auftria : That in refpeft to a'Reinforcement, it had not till then be.en poffible to fend it into Bavaria, as the Army upon the Rhine was not aiTembled: But that now not only a Body of 15000 Men ihould be detached into Bavaria, but another of 20000 as foon as Marihal Noailles fhould have received all the Troops which are defigned him; that therefore the Emperor might entirely depend upon the powerful Succours of France, and had no Occafion to be uneafy at the Difpofitions of the Rcpublick of ths United Provinces, Hor need concern himfelf about the Party it ihould take, feeing the King had taken his Refolution thereupon, and that France was as-well prepared, asflie was determined to ftand the Event of Things, whatever it might prove to be.' L O N D O N. There are Letters in Town advifing, that the Earl of Stair having Information that Marfhal Noailles was in Motion, in order to take PoffeSion of Afchaffenburg, a ftrong City belonging to the Eleftor of Metitz, his Excellency immediately detach'd General Clayton with iooco Men to takePofleffion of the fame, which he bad the good Fortune to accomplifh. The fecuring of this Place is of n3 fmall Importance, there being a fine Stone Bridge over the Main. The Flying Mercury, Capt. Pahl, from Hamburgh, ard the Catherine, Capt. Pollard, from Leghorn, are arriv'd .in the River ; and the Charming Betty, Capt. Swain, from North Carolina, and the Charles, Capt. Teague, from Virginia, are arriv'd at Dover. Yeftefday Morning the Hon. Mr. Phipps, (Grandfon to the late Dutchefs of Buckingham), and his Lady, fet out from Buckingham-Houfe, for his Seat at Mulgrave in York/hire. On Wednefday the Rev. Mr. Beokcll, Chaplain to the late Dutchefs of Kendall, was married at the Dutch Church at St. James's to Mrs. Gardenar. The Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor has prcfentcd.rv~ Rev. jonathahPeak to the Vicarage of Drcnfiwld, r County of Derby.
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