Daily Advertiser, October 20, 1749

Daily Advertiser

October 20, 1749

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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 20, 1749, London, Middlesex \ '"I 1.- ^JRRIVD, tbc GocMpMn, Stevtn*. from India; the Prince Frederick, Burton, from Antigua \ th� City of i>ubli:i. f.amb, from Dublin; the Mermaid, i>lack bourn, from Virginia ; the S:ramge, Gordon, from Jvfalagi; and the Neptune; Knowler, from Oporto Catac down and _ fail'd. the Cedia Gallv, Xenocdy, JeVcaCia. 1 li- auangc, Gordon, from Malaga, remains. Wind N. W. Jht ExtraS tf a LttUr f-ptn n ACnt/fer at tie IIagus, dated Octzttr 20." * Oar Advrce* from Frns:t arc i&orc fterile tnan ever. * Tbty tell us, that the Journey lirhich die King has lately Tuiikcn to Havre �i Grate, raifes fpeculativc Notion"- in * the Minds of certain Politician.', who always difeoyer Myfttries in the A&aons of Kings an J their Miniilcrr,. * His Majefty, they fay, ha? not taken this Journey purely * for-his Pleafure, Travelling and mere Cunofity not being * at ail his Genius. He mutt have been therefore, add * they, prompted to it, in order to engage him to fee with * hi* own Ere* into the Nature of the Marine, to infpire * bim with a Hcliih for it, and to make him approve the * Mcafares which are fccituaUy taking, or which appear to F R t D A Y, ' * be taking, for augmenting the IN aval Forces of the King- * dom. and putting them upon a formidable Footing, in * the fame Manner that his Majcfly was infpircd With a Tafte * for the War. by Land, by' engaging him to make bis full * Campaign, to which he was fomuch averfe. But 'twas v* to ttu Relifh watch was thereby given him, and hi* ' Ai'^-'^ntc at the Mead of hu Army, that the Miniftry * and the Generals owed the great Forces which ware fct * en Foot, and which rendered them fopenor to the Allies. � TKey indeed further write from Paris, that the Govern- * meat is principally cm ploy'd in raking tne proper Mea- * fores for putting upon a better i v-King the interiour * Attain of the Kingdom Tiicre ' as to this Effect already � bees^wbtiibed fevcral Edict* and Ordinances; and there * will in a fhort Time appear divers others, tbc Object of is to cafe the People, to redrefs Abufes, and to * ctabfifli a better Management in all publick Affairs, and * particularly in the Finances.  Tbere are Letters received here ftem. Pntfta, which * pofimrrly affure, that the Kin; of Poland hiii uJ..: to � the King of Prmffia the j Rights wbkh he haih in Q;iui.ry * of Protector of the' Repoblick of DuntzJci. If t: be * a real Faft, as thefe Letters fay it is, we are likely to * fee sew Sccaccs arife upon the Theatre of the North j * for its pretty clear, that this Offion will not b� made * with the Confent of all Parties, ctpecialty wsiK tha* of the Magiftracy of Dentsuti' h ON D ON On Wednefday there was a Meeting at Garraway's Cofitx Houfc of (be Proprietors of the Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan, when Propofals from the King of Prulfia were laid before tfceui. that Monarch having agreed to Ey the Arrears of the Iniereft thereon at three different ,ymc�ts, provided tlie Propr etors would content to ukc 3 � half per Cent, per Annum from Chriltmas ncx;, in Ueo of Seven per Cent, after a fliort Confederation, Uie said Proposal was rejected. Wednefday being St. Luke's Day, the Harvcian Oration (founded by that celebrated Phyfician, Pr. William Har-�ey, fo well known for the Difcovery he made of tbc Circulation of the Blood) was fp\)v iJt at his Houfi i-i Ch�iuccry-Laac; and in e;fe ci a Vacancy, we hear Mr. Antnony Bigg, of Piter nailer-Row. wlio UrveJ hir ApprcniiccIhip hficec Ycatj a^j with Mr Green. Surgeon of the U>d Hofpital, and i= ju'.i rctjm'J from the tail-Indies, 10 whu ii Place he went Admual Gurau > ijrgeon, intends to ofltr himfeU a CanduUte. Oa Monday loll died Mr. Edward Oiliiid, a Woollen Draper at Alegatc. The Uuiinef* i> coiutnu'd to be earned on by Mr Joan Davcir^n, the ijivjving Parmer. We hear tiu: t*emy one r'icatii Couiedmns are arriv'J �ese item P*r:j. Oa Tuciday Nighr, about Ten o'Clock, a Reiricve *ame do*n to Ncwg^c, in Bciialf ol* |ohn Wrlon. one * the untuppy youi.g Men for lifts Riot in,the Strand, *ho *ij to fuffcr at the Deal Morning. It wav brought by Mr Carrir.gion, ore of tus M-)tily'j MtiTen^ers. who, ending fai hiai di*a frt>ra tee I'Lqc ol hii Cvi.fi ement, acquainted sua with Uie jjyiA News of hu M>\je!ly'} Mercy : lie received it with a Transport of ricifjre not to be expreffeoi and appealed becomingly el�ed whh ft juft Ser.fe of his Majc!\y s Royal Clemtncy. He preicntly sfterward: went a;1, 'and acquaimui hi* urtforiwhatt Fellqw-Prifoner Pen l.ti with uj who, without betraying the lead Anxiety on his own Account, told him, hi fincerely r�j�>iced at the Xlcrry he was. mide l'*rtaker of, and, kilting bim, in a very friendly Manner wifhed him much Joy The peculiar Cafe of this unhappy >oung Man, hi* unblemithed Reputation, and the Decency and Subaiimvenefs of his Deportment while under Condemnation, have fo joitly interfiled him in the AffedtonJ of the Publick, As makes the CiTtumftancc of his being re-pricvet! a Matter of univctfal SatUfaftion. Bofavcrn Pen Lea (who was executed on WedntWiy) upon hearing a Report had pre\-ailcd, that a Rcfcue �t him was intended, e^reffrd great pilpitiifaflaod theirit, tod 1 follicitedj his Friends, who.were about .him, to. ule their ' otmHfl Efforts ifi prevent fuch a precipitate Step, as he urgtd lie Was 'tlKa. In a happy Situation fdr Death* and perfectly refigned to hi* Kate. \>V ' On Wednefday a ;Boat, with feveii yoaog Men in it, coming from Greenwich, was by a Quirrel among them overfet near the Sand Bank between Cuckold's Point and Rotherhith, whereby one of the Boys was drown'd j, the others were happily fav'd, being within their Depths. -Yeiltrday Morning as a young Man^ Servant to a Gen-tlcman who lives At Highjafe, wai tomlag to ToiVe, in GofwelLStree>Roa^ he was met by. a Sharper* Who fold him a Man had been juii fhot. and in order to mew hint carried him into Wood's Clofc Fields, where a Set of Gamblers, with a Barrow placed on pwrpofc"to take him and ot>hers in, defrauoad hita of a Sum of Money, and his Shoe and Knee-Buckles. On Wednefday Evening two footpads in Battecfea-Ficlds robb'd feveral Perfonar they afterwards flop! a Mourning Coach on the Road, and took from the^Coftch^ man, and one of his Attendants that was therein, about five Shillings, bidding him drive off at fall as he could, or they would b'-ow his Brains out. Yciterday Motntng early a Man was felted ioOeoge  Street, near the Seven Dials, and was eommitttd_io_jihe. Gatehoufe, for attempting to commie Sodomy on a Boy about  a Yean of Age living in the faid Street. , DJIii-Qiftlt. Oadtr is. Thi, Mornia* died William I ingen. fifqj one of the Secretaries to the Government here, of a Mortification occafion'd by a Piftula, and long troubled with the Stone. So many Virtues united in this Gentleman, as render'd hinVthe Objeft of univerfal E&eem. He left a very (mail Fortune behind him, which he bequeathed to his Niece, Mrs. Sarah Lmgen, whom he bred op, her Father dyine wben me wa� very voun*. J*s :m�nv cAicunv* cn.aiicia was tne real Caufe o� Tne q^ilniiroT bis $onune. - - At the New Wells in Goodman's Fields, this prcfent Evening, will be perform'd, a new Entertainment, call'd the Ship-launching, or Harlequin turn'd Fryar. The whole to conclude with ^he Temple of Apollo. Singing by Mifi Agn�tu and Mifs Juletta. The Scenes, Cloaths, Mufick. and Decirfat;nnt are all new. To begin at half an Hour pall Four and end at ftinie Each Pcrfon to be admitted for a flini of Wine or Punch. To be fold foclixportadop to any Merchant, or others, 30000 of DragOn Walking-Canes. Enquire, ar' James  Danfer's Canefhop by Bow-Church, Cheaplide. Whereas many l'eplepawn their Plate, Watches, Wearing-Apparel, and various uthei Goods, and are not able to redeem the fame again, fuch Perfons arc hereby informed, that on enquiring for Mr. Ucmeus (the Original'in this Way) an; Day, at the George in the Great Old Baily. or the White Swan in Saliibury court, Fleet-Street, they may have.them redeemed in order to be forthwith fold to the bell Bidder. Fort) Yards of Barragon, twenty Yards of fine flower'd Lawn, and feveral jilvcr and Mcul Watches, to be fold very cheap; Whereas many People pawn their Plate, Watches, Wear ing Apparel, and various other Goods, and are not able to redeem the fame again ; fuch Perfons arc hereby inform'd, that on enquiring for Mr. Clark, at the Two Kings and Key, next Door but one to the White Horfe Inn in Fleet-Street any Day, they may have them redeem'd, in order to be forthwith fold to the belt Bidder. Any of the above Goods arc bought, although not pledged, and Money lent on Plate and Watches to near the full Valje, for a certain Time agreed on. Removed from the Swan, Salifbary Court. iTigii WWr at IAindou-Bridge after C m the Morn rg, and 241ft- at C9 (VImutes t 6 in the Afternoon YcAcrday Bank suck was,138 India Stock 190 1 half. Scu'h ucaSicck, no Price. Ditto Old Annuities, no Price Ditto New, 106 1 half a 5 3 4ths. Three | er Cenr. Annuitiej, ic2 1 4th Seven per Cent. Hinperor's Loan, no Price. Five per Ceut. diit-�. 80 Bank Circulation, no Pi it e. iiui * Bed-, �! ir^s a 17s s 18s R. J A M irs'sT'owtli-Mur F tl V LI k S, a mi jtbo lifliiiiib^i ly Uill-�.|> 11, p,l,,l>:cd b; Virtue vt lit t Kuyj) 1 elicit H^lcflt t *'.l! u uv- I �a 1,41 Lccn r^pcr cf.ird in tin -y ihi uuni C"�if.\ 'urvt-ail I,�cf a *c� Hduh j ihi," jiUnUcil w th '.aioitu il,a�, i-'glM-hc-'icd ,cl|, ai^' fir w,,ill S>myc�,n^ � Qu> �' taken in the Btjianin^ of  Kocr, m t l>olc u yriicrill) lutb'icat lo ^�crt.c%cf; > illCvi'' ,J'-� ^m tfui ver / t-mf,i��n Oi'ui ic,, i..c ^,..i,t- .7 tir.^it k)> Outeinpcn. Thfle i'jwdci, arc 1-,'j *> J N,; % , I'.e r >t'A m* , in Si. P-ul'i Chwred-,i�i-.|uiit if.c Nurln Utm il.t i luuli. tin. 6 J. the (�o U (c. �nl. H-...J AIl_�r,/,,c (., n, ic vfi.j .jjr r'lif. (ur cU>t '�blc l'(c>, rr, ,i A ,��  t� loiJ Jt ikt i'Uce �tw>c u.tn un'ii. 1 i.ec ( j. rl pttkm% AIITHORITT. A ne* i"^ ttttut'M F.4iti'>'� Ym� wmgint tc-ml>f/ltntt^fy Pi Tki* Jhiy >A, KING' MK.'S I ACK I'JGtJSIv s SacmH Hitiotf of the f IO i,V Bl BLR, t.om iM Cvtarion fat t|* WwW, U the Knab)iihw�n> CMidudtr l>� JESUS CHitlHI* aai aty APOSTLES. &e. v%itn A-i'��i� h rno* at th* to�tnmrtal Outrtiom, and lJulf� ttflruiksktcPttUret, T� which *u MM. X.m e�pWii.�is J'rti. wit T�sis, i��)iiyiive M�f-'Jrs�ftsU�eaj >*A r�to�c Jinj f��ji\ih| O^ntud'Ainni, Stt. v The S-t"�t Printt �*t Mspt is l�ip�t��, dthlf W ftMBt'l loimti Edimui of Mr. Kuckhvu'e'f Hiflmy, �w to bin4 u�v�it|l | tH| B'Hle. - ' ' '� Stitkk��f�'i H.wnil up with a V>t of tilths A li-tjf *�my Hi'-!'. �t!h * Stt of thtiV bet} Ptultt ana Waft lattt-tp*rt�-a. Ptie* \\. \>- V\";h, fcit MsjeAy'i R��� Uctact. Printed t>nlr �. Auftctt. *n Nf f'Y\Jw!tbti>fitiM of tlx Ciy �f Ltndon rt4t Nititt, tint thy wi� iDi Aiilhng t* farm th PkiJiti "AforAitt �/ tbb City, that it t* Jkf, LttutmWf, Ibmry*L*Ht* iy>^;g.r/r, ami F:, ivai intt*&4 /9r m-Gmd Alarht, for tht Itrm tf'tivtnfrwt �r /ixlj-oMt Tt Gnttvm per Ammm, at ibtyjhall btrbtOtt/tfio* for iattdtbat�"� rtrt?fi*� fitth ItHtUn Prt/irttut pnvidtd tht Stmt fftni by tkm d� *tt t&ttdni^JNi%$*i fuffstitnt, W that tbtfomi it ttnimi t* tr btfor* tbt jt* Pay tf OSeitr �r#f, and the fy*r* ff^Diftflm d� tmtif Jitttbtr dttlart, that tbty ty/iV air admit amy Ttndat alhr-ivifi thoiibi txbibititit Btmdttflbtfaid CtmfctH* andttafiktinf t� bavt th* fam tndvfftd t�it antimud at tb* Rat* tf Tbrt* Poaudi ftr Centum f*r Annum, fom tbt J \ji ff Martb, 1750* S-llbM i I* AssociAhoM SUBVCRIPTION for tbt Out* tf SUSSKX wl* have tmtdt good thtir firji and ftami Paynttntt, may rtetivi a Dividend of Tnvo Sbil/iftgt *+~*bt Pinnd forfoib Paymentt, by applying to Mn Saofi, fa-Ntrfolk-Strtd in tbt Strmft, London; or Mr. Mhbetl, at Itnoti in Suffix t at bttb wbith Plain may bt fttn an Account tf tbt Monty 1 rtceivd and paid in) nitithm to tbt faid Snbftripthn.' .Huilfon's'Bay Houfc, tf Dirtihn if tbe Unittd Qmpany */ */ Eo&tond trafitig tt tht Bajf-Ujlt** 3 October Bber 19, 1749. HE Hnd/in't Bty G�npa*y y, at I lnc� o'Cloek in the A'ttmiwu. *t the Groni^ uti Vnltui*. Taycm, Curuhill, to cunbder o� t Method nl�uh will then *w propoW to tbem, Inr pruning tb--ir Drbu, m LiJor 10 tr laui befuie lWuftnr|at in (he Beamning i-S'ir�i, inD.nl, at ,\,nc u fVoik in Uic M>"> 11^ Mi.l Ik pj J tt tbe ,u W rtiiiciXiy nc�, die >}(j> ick in the V|.,fr. ii,, Ni,ir, l'he KciUt w.ll be tt the l*.ui (he Icciwid WcJnetdty n r�rrv M^nth. On Mouduy ne\-/, tbe 1 -$J .njf.(n/y at Five in tht Ecetniti�, uill Le^in ACOI/U S I-, of A N \ T O'MY, in which 1 tic AN'IM.U. OKONOMV ilw i'KiNCIPLES of fflVjic'K ui.i lc .i:,it,^u.|, ,ti p(,>i>ci l.ectu,ti, jctoid'.nj tu lf.� O.Jri ui l), NirnOl.'i, l ..n,(.r,�l .�v i H, THOMAS I. \ vv K E N C II. M. I). />.,/; il t.cluiitr, tnd (1. IUwUiiv., t'�i'*t-;i> (lie ir�j�/. J CI,ike undo tb� 1 emfitc-Oitei. Huik� I\r ib: Bettrfit cf Ed.v. 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