Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Daily Advertiser Newspaper Archive: February 11, 1749 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Daily Advertiser

Location: London, Middlesex

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 11, 1749, London, Middlesex                                The Baily Advertifef; fc.rlij   nil.....f�iUi. S A T U R D A Y,  FtghUAkv  it,  17+9 AM B down, Die Mctmiii. Ikck-barn, for Vinini** uhI irauiMi, uritb hit Majeftjr'i SKipt the Sole-bay Md GaHand, with att Uic Btrt-IndU Shi)i� and the Outwted-boutul. Arnv'd, tl�� PikM for Life, Walker, fVdm SAranzey. mnd 8. W. Uof^i haid. At SMTia^* Ittttr Jrm tht H*toUB. datrd F.4. to. * AU tlW latt Advice! from P�rtt foretell the Confam-f tlMloil of the gfett      k of the Evacuati >nj, which i> * 40 tfhtWn arid det&mine the complete Execution of tlie * D�fit�itiv* Tre*iy.  Hl� Moft CbrilUan Ms�jefty h� given * his Confent to a late Convention, which las been fignrd * it tfitti conformab'e to thit of Bruji/s of the tun of ' lift Month t and tins was thie more readily done, at the * King tb6k it exceeding ill that the Gcnoefc and the Duke * ofA/�iiwiputa Stop to the Execution of the Conven- * tjon of Aix upon the fame Subje�, by the Complainu * they then made, tvhich hid no other Foundation than * ihw X)iftrull of the Difpofitioti of the Em^reft Qaecn, * iii rigatd to her l*crfinTi^'>cc of thofc ArikUt of the * JJcfinitive Treaty ut.i .i coiKcrns ihctn.   Ii was �eiy * titnatkable in this Particular, that the fame l>ay on * which the Courier from rn/.n/Zis arrived at AVa- with * the Orders of the King, and Co| y of the lall CorvpiHion * ^ncla^d at Sru/^,/ij i.l;ci�;^ Jikciijlc .ittivcd Ejcprjtfe ' frtrrti /'/V**',',. wit^i briii-rs fiom ihc l'..itpn:f^ Q^iice.i to ^ Count Bn-i\,n, \vl'r)i ffcnu J tn liave been c�.>certe�l ' with the Cv) )S c!        .;       \o innrh they COrtfnriBcd * 10 thole cf ihc Kii\; t v.ry r.\;. r! ^ .,v'J, u:c ^<.-  : li'J u - .    \v Con- * Vefttion {'.ii.-ilirl     tlat iick (lefongin^ to their High MigKiincftes irede- * liiel-etl fi^ih the Pfcfence of the rrench, and ant again ' ttkatniA utider (he i^ominion oi thiir. an ff. �nd arritf'd bfe at Portfmouch. TJrti Uoiob, Walnom, for Leghorn, was drove afliore ibeiythult. on the.South Bull near Dublin. 'Tistliougitt ttt Sup'cannot be Taved, tho' Part of the- Cargo vill, but witK Damage |o(cpfa Harris, Gent. Who was Aflky Mailer to the Matter ajid Worker of hit Majefty's Mint, is pcomoied to be   i^iiMurc. She was Sulcr to Stamp Brookrtiuik, Kfcj; of Hjciincy, one oi" the Directors of tltc Dank, and Member of Parliament for Saltafh in Cornwall. Wc hear that a Perfon in a great Publitk Truft, has lately abfcondcd with a large Sum of Money. 1 he Performance of the Firit Part of King Henry the Fourth, with the Kevjval of a Scene not atttcdtiifle thirty Yeart, advenis'd for the Benefit of Mr. t^in on lUc i jth of Miifch, will (by Commiihd) l>e on Monday the i^ih ut this Month. Mr. Footc is fo exceedingly lioarfe, that :!ic Btr.tf.c intended this Evening at the Hay M.iflcet, mull bt dcftii'J till fome Day next Week. On I iiaifday a Court of Lieutenancy w.i> held at Guildlull, where John Migett. Gent Uvoni Litutc- liant to  o;i tuc Stage . Ii UUed an llotir and Jiur ynvo Minute'. tti:hi>ut any vifible Oddi, (carte any huj;j,ing, but all fair Uox'.i^. and only fix I'ails iliroughoai the i'l^h:. The lloufc vws fill'd wuh Gentlemen, who expreU'd the grcatcft SaiU-hdmi lit rh s unpandlell'd lult^ncc of Knglidi Bravery. Wf htar tlui! oncFinlcy, a .Scotch -Soldier from Edinhut^h, of enormous Strength and Sue. and who was never de fta-td on or otf the Sta^c, is coiac from Scotland on Pi r-poft to fi^lit Mr. Bro'j^luon, who lias \ !;ry gcneroi.fly given the Kclufal to Gcorgcf Taylor, the next I'jghiing Man iu Fame to hinilclf, and the Match u made lor a very laige Sum of Money, for Wcdiicl-uy tiic i5ih of March next YeHcfday four Perfons were commitic i to Totlull Fieldi BriJewclJ, by I honiai hlli.s. Fi.i, ot Ne�v I'aUtc-Va/d, fw roLhing their ready fu'niiha  l.od^ing>. The fame Day Margaret liancit, Mauua GnfHths, and jiarah Thomas, were comiunted by Mr Elus to tlic lame �'ate, 10 Labour, lor being cuiuiuou Sircci VVailcrj, 1 i/'^""'"^ to a notorioiij NUjr iii tiie Paiih .1 ^^�Ku^^m WtUmiuilcr, ihc [vvCjcr oi whuh sv*i alio coamitied to tM Gati RaC^ Ibt^^cant of Saretiet, to an-fwaiii tbe Seffioiis to tb* j^itplaims a^nil her. Tonorrow MoraiBg; a Clhari^ Scnacn will be preach*^ iatbeRarifli ChiiRliorSc. CIcaient Eaildwapk oearCannofi-StfM^ for the Benefit ol a kasdrcd poor Children bclong-tafW tbe Wifds of Bridge aad CatailetHck. Tbe faaM Morn:�ig a C&arity Se-mon will be prcach'd So St. Peter in Cornhill. by the Rev. Mr. RutAainc. Morning Preacher of Sr George Hanover-Square, and I.crlurcr ol St. Geotrge in BotolF^k Lane, for the Benefit of the Children of CorahiH and Lime-Strcr: Wardt. Tomorrow two Charitjr Srrmom will be preach'd in the PariOi Church of St. Miebarl Royal on College Hill, for the Benefit or theChiUrea of Vmaf Ward t that in t|te Morntog by the Rev. Mr. iMrence, of St. Peter Poor in Braad-Streec; and that ia the Aficfiooa by the Rev. Mr. SkeltoB. The raoie Montia* a Scnaoa trill be prtacVd in the Pariih Ch rch of Sc. Lawreocc Jewry, near Guildhall, by the Rev. Dr. Pickerng Vior of Sc Sepuichrc's, for the Benefit Of the Cbariqr Uuldtca of .the ^uiai Crippl^tc within> The Cuoe Day mo Strmtoata preac'i'd in Poplar Chiqtel. for the ficMfic uf eke Cbaihy Oj^drea beloagieB to the i'Mrifh t>f Su Ami at Ut^banm �! ihrJIitrt�( pQ8Ut> that la the Morturg by tfec ReV. Mr Bcdes, of St. If at-thew Bctbnal Greca: aad that in the AftchMOB by tha Rev. Mr. Skinner, of St Bctolpb wkhost Kflioprgate, and LeAurc* o! Si. G-.hn wtthr^nt Crsj^cgate, ______________ Thit liihtfTSy'twoChJir t|r Semoas will be preach'd in the' Paritb Cbarch of 3t MUry Magdalen Bcrmondliey in th� County af Sorfy. ^ tb* Bc^t of ftventy poor Children educated in the*.tduity^>choOltof the Ciid Pariih j that in the Morning by the Rtt. Mr. Archer, RcAor of Su Manin Ludgair. Ptcbesdary of St. PaaPt s and that ia the Aitercoon by^ the Rev. Mr. Gardner, Fellow of Ejteter-CoUegie ia Qalbrd. ABderfon's hScJiod tor pianing MouMing in Marble, Stone attd Brkk, approved of by the Royal Society, ard fonnd to be ia fcoie cafes five, in others Ten 'Finiet readier than the Methods ia Ufe, alio mere ex*A. An OCnhr Dcnaaftfation of (bit Invention will be gitcn ia Potttland Stone, and Qocftioac anfwcr'd coacemi<�g the ftme, at tl:� Ship in jamc Sticer, Covent Garden, pn 'Tuefday nezL AttendwMx �ill be given from Eight n the Morning bll Taro ia the Aficmooa. Reward, according to Gcntlrmeat Gcaiiofitjr. Alechanicks admitted at z%. 6s. cacti.  Skeara to ao kfs t^.s^i Six at a Time. At tiw new Academy ia WialAor-Street, near Widegate-AUey, withoBi Sidtoptpoe, Goitiemea may be Uught, in the moft geatccl^iaMlexiacdnionsManner, and on reslori:ib!e Terns, to play on the Vioiia, German or Common Fiu'e, Prcneh-Hom. Dancmg. Fenctng. orFrrncli. bt N.Hart and proper AiKSania. Iliofc Genrlerren that don't chuf.- to be la'ighi nmoag CoBpooy, may be r.'ancd on in.ancihcr Apartaicnt.' An .4fticinoly arcekly, for the Impr4\ cincnt of young Prafliuonersi whoc Gcatlcmca pnd l^dii s will be -adm tted. though not Scholar., on fufafcnbin^ for a Month. Dr. TsyW. Ocali^ �� ius Majrfty. betng gene out of Tow^n, thcfe arc to acqoaia: Tdch of uti I*atie ^ as are not yet qMiie cur J, that by Jsppb/^g J hi l^y'or, Ocuhll. in G.'cat Qucco S reet. L;nto:a% Inn Field*, their rcfporUvc Citres dull be ctimplctjd wiihoit a >y additional Expence The Poor are fjppiied with Medicines and every Trtin^ rondticite to their Cure gratis, as ufual. 1 be Wav to Kc th'^l Chapel is timagh Pacdilly, by the End of Sc. jjmes's Scrcet. ani d::WB ClargcvStictt, and turn on the tcft Hsid. I'he Marnsgct (together �itb a Licence on a FiVe Sh iling Sump and Certificate) arc tarried on tor Gu cea as ufa^l. i^ny I'lmc ttU Four in the AfternuOET. by .icother re^uLkr Clerg, man. at Mr KcitA't little Ch'pei tn May Fair, near H)netl in uking only of fix D<;fc*. and that he never ttad a Return of the Coat 6ncc. bctag now near three Veart. as witnefs i.t| Hand. George Chamber, next Door to Mr Pikc't. Soapboiler, in the Hay-Market. Higb Water at Landon-Bridce this Day at { Minutes after ( in the Mofistng, aad {8 after { in the Afternoon. ^ Yefterday Bank Siock was u; 1 half. lodia Stock 17} 1 half a J 4tns Sooth 5c� Mock, no Price. Ditto (i'd .Voaui':c-, 101 7 tiths a loa. Ditto New. ico 3 Sths a i half Bax.k Anouiim 1746 99 1 4th a 1 half a I 4ih. D.ito 1-47 99 7 ^^s a too. Ditto Lottery 1-4^. no Price. Baikk AncttttiCa 17(11. 99 7 6ths a too Three per Cent. AitOwUics 91 1^.   MtlUco Bank 101 I htjlf. i'.quivli'ent, ro Price. Royal Affuranct 67. London Afr.tr*i\c� 10. Englith Cop{M-f liO Pri'V'. Seveh petCe.it Emperor's i.o.tn, ti^. Bank wtrciltiion �5�. Prem.  India �o:iJn ays. P-e v. J O n N    CAS A 1. r I N I', V'-.tfir   and   SitJf/mrtif, S romovM It on tfx* ' a-nb arul Star in lloumlMif. h, to the Liir.b .uxt Sor lii thu MinKrrt, tliAt trsl vft AM^att-Chiirrh, wKpie h'' contiimt l - !i-M all olc'U�tb�, r-'.iiy n<�Je, for M^-n �nil Boyii *lh ni\ ['�, lifj(|ct., U the I'irce, at rcsfoftsHe It Act ^ anJ hi)\K� tot lh j>, > ,i Ov� Fj�o�t�of hii FrlcnJr. ffir~b rth*ndin( the m ft mtfotian' l'd:-�*rn� of I'nvjx \rA pSiticiiUrfT IhrWnt, �h* l>inreiT'i  that nMT attend lh< I Lrf�.   And MlfcoiviuO both vsf t'Mtnts *n t;(vrt �o Ma'toge. Pnhli^d   h   ttt   EoiTOjt    J f'r �. KIch tilC-n 1 An^ ( IJ   y J. OOwrii, in Ptin nvltti:-R-m I A. MiJar, o�r �nnS K�ih^int- �, in St. f�ur� Chutth-Yiti i U. UaJO y, �n l��Jl M*tt| wni J. Lnkr, rt Rarb. The 5th, �th iBiy^th V' turef�, m�y U liail aleoMa fornykt^ Srtt^ from the tJriftinttt, t'oimrityin thr l.l*)'>rr ut JOHN Lwd ;'6M0hlH>, iji�nl W ^tffflT'riii fcl'o. �re tu hif fnMttjT. 101. inKK(�tt, by Mr. M^VAHuaU. t��'^ e lata Mr. G/let) OruggitI, at tha OoUea lJ>.a� ntat Voik.RmKint.i, in tht Straivl. Kott, .A few of the Royal Ptptf ihay tit hihi ttei. 6i. a S�t (n SWti. Ihe oHninil M^nofrrlnt In Utly-hntn Vtlatutt In VM� (of lh� abow WoA) wll b* Mil) Mr. M��h�ml. This Dity art publijh'd^ in Ttree yolumes, FsJio^ CiMifitd fnm ah^ft tut 'Tbiafind tri^ixjl Dr^mgU; m tti i'-'J<,f*-' pn)v'db)r Gf LKCIK'I HORSMAN, htt of Umcttm',        ff/ft Cnnrsininf t^<�n^��)1ln<*� it^ SevtlriiiciiM, imr only of Eltiitti itji arul 1 tn^itMiii^tw 111 tliB Couit'i of Iviiice. Pnnts^l for /. anti V. Knaprfn, at the Crott^n iti Ludftatc-Strtet. On  Satufday n xt wilt bt   publifl/d^ No. CXL. ( m� |. HKl>idiii| |>4ilii'iil\ir Accrunt) of ihe Tiaile and Manulieliirit of tieh >' Cnuiitiy, M'hrichy It bcoxr'rs nnl ot.Jjr ajntifii;> an>i cnu>tainiri| tilth* Ci)r...�i, but nefcir�iy �T>A inflni � so all Oenllinitn canctriird in COmitirrca B� m.\tt, Hobiafoa, Dvd, Hilton, Riviaf* tun, Ward) ami Hjwkint ^IN I   Oil ICli, fVb. 4, 1-48. DR I VOVr WHEREAS Jivtti rvH'ui/i'l\l Ptrfiits in me^t\:ih �/ this m.iki a PiuHii of atmUr/iitiug ti'\ Q)ii$ find uHiring offidf,: ctnA tnmti rfit Ms�i y i thrrrfort ail 'Jufun of tht PtatY ftii- tbi' fviti'l CutiufUi ill i'ngl.md tiluf If'u/u, uhJ othtrs nvhom il ntiiy louccm, ai\- dcjir'd ta t/tke Noliif tcrtaf, and fend an Aavuut to F^tihttiuc Cmtk, SutJiiiUr to his Mt'jtjifl ALn/, ut hit (Zhftnher) ill CJ.-irtut'i Ikh, London, of nil Ptrjcnt nvw undtr jfnujlifian j t>Hii 'dfo from 'Iimf to Timt of tilljutfi aijhtilt htreafiir be accifid of any OjtilHt r.Llint to tht C^:, t-tjirth r iviti C't/iiri tf /./'. ir ilommilmcn/i, and^f tht Inft .iu:!'''!-1 and Exttminntions rfL.ti'ig tij.rcta, tiiid f/ofief Q'te m// ^ taitn to proJ,i:,i( tht Off^i'Mn <.r hii ^^�.;\,.) ' (y^.trgi'. Gtnerai I'oll t^tliie, )�n   |6, 174S WHERE J'J tb nu.,^h�n ^t.,l fiom that t,i 'rijit/orJ, un Sutiirdtiji lnji. thi 14/A imfiattt, '".'11 (ittiiyi'd on ibt Higl-iLuiy, at a Piutt (altd Bod�iy, buiVitn iiiviij/bam and 'Ibtljord, in ifit l'.:/umty of Nart'oU, by tiva H.fliv.iyMrn an Uor/tb^tck, 11 hj tarrild njf lb.- Lillrri ionl  d HI lit Rmgfjtim, Hoitbiitn, If ilfj and Fak.'ibjm D ij^j, .''' 'y, ii.ii,rrby iht Pufm, tr Mtb4r af lliitn,  . VlcrUALl.IN :t1 ^'1 ll'.Jn.ld.iy tht \ft cf SurOj i.-tl, IU ihi Fortit'j-ii, thij './.V it ifiidt to trttit '.i.iih Juth Ptrfni m nu.y It .^ilii'n\ 1^ iuntnut for the jurnij^.T-,' ju'h tf hn St.tjfpft ifi t"id i .J'lii 'Willi Prwiij'soni, at r/nv tim.v itt B>tilt^Ufj lOul I'-t l.,fi.^.titd Ijhtndi, unJltin i^.mf th.rttf. iiu i'Mjriditi HI uf lijt Cinlra:! may bt fun iJ lit Ct^rttiirfi Ofit i.t lilt t'iiluidlinf^ OJfui-, L:n.Lt_________ |- iliolt ^ ii-riilcMit {� who Jiiluml 01 inv .S i|) i..fjnn*, win IcJV; Woi i *1 the '>'p I 0.: r>n|,i lH 1 j..,t ; totrfu ih,) i>ij> be V 1 l;J .r, ; iJ ii .(.ri-zu.".. v/ 1' i,-. .' t j,i .1. tJ ti.vj AJ�.).'. 1,1. i   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication