Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Daily Advertiser Newspaper Archive: October 23, 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) - October 23, 1749, London, Middlesex                                - "V SOW HE India Ships arc failed for the River.- Remain, (he Cfcmmd? bound. Arrived, the Drytfcn, Knawter, from Oporto. WiaeVW; M*rW4 Ofhher t3�   The lalt yet freighted fer tbat Service, vizi jMi irifli, two franco, and one Dutch, and that ttey\weraj all to be careca-'d,  e |iii flaceon the i6th irilHit,in order to gota laeEicariaj} Jfafit, Sift. *7- A few Day* ago a new Ship of'Wir cf forty Guns wai launch'd front the Stock*, iti the'Pre-fencc of their MajeAic�, attended by a' great Number of tht Mobility, on which Occasion much Mischief was done hf tht[Sftl^ falling u^^thfl Ped^e. ttat ttcrh*ropl6y'% ' lat fcrtfalof them were KlPd, juad other* disabled. Lett Wtfck arriv'dln this City a Daniihanda Dutch Gentkman, end former with the Cbarafter of Conful frort .^the KWgJ of Denmark, and the latter from the King of Wuffia. "Onj Ite lidt inftant anchored in this Port from Spam, at Xtbeck mounted with twenty-fix Guns, which the King! caua'd to be purchas'd for 4000 Dollars, in order to 'be' fitted oat at a Cruistcr againft the Barbary Pirates, arid #sj a Model to build other*. Fifty Soldiers ddcn& :ofethe! ^xii out of the feveral Regiments in Garrifon invfliirCit|. ; Fhrtnce, OOobrr 7.' A few Day* �go M. del Tfar&,>.a? 'Florentine Gentleman, and M Duiawp, VCitisfetv. the, �rr> the Treafurer, and the lam* the Book-Keeper, of * BaclccalPd Monte di Pieca, who a few Months finee fled ftom this City to Venice, having embezzled a laige Sum; �f Money belonging to that Office, wenrbroogjit here PrlfOBers; having, at the Kea,^ of the' Ern$er%t befw dfcttvti'dup by the Rejwbltfk of Venlces^tb* fti^ifcris confin'tHo the Caftle, asisl fSc other ia the common- Pi ifoa., L.   O   � . N      D   �� O-     N -Next Satutday his Majefty comes from K.enfingt6n-; Palace to St. James's to Diuucr, and tp refiJe there,fo|-�he "Winter Srafon. 1 * ? � \ Their Royal HighnelTes the Prince arid ^Princefs* of Wales, with the young PrinCta arki PrinceKe:, comes to Leiceflct-Houfe ftom Oltfdiw*^^T^^^ Winter. -  B*ife';1it�n on board the" Blandford Ma*    War, fesm Liib'on, has biiic hce� c&-ried to the- India-Woufe, the Company having parcBJ&d; ihe fnvc for �x^ortatic'n,, being opwardsof 560000Dollars. YcTlerday die Bojit^VrCalUr, the. Godolphln, and the Porto*/BeJIo,! all fxom': Indian came to their Moorings in the.River. Wt are aiTurrd, that a late: Eaprefi f'om France entreats tJiU'Cdurtlo Join with them in a Mediation between Swe-den and Ruifiai  : ' The Buildings for the Life-Guards and Horfe-Grcindiers i near Buckingham-G'at�, being completed, the Workmen > will ihortly begin to pull down the old HorfcrGtfirds, ice.  This being ^he firif Day of Michaelmas Term, the Lord Chancellor, Matter of the Roll*, Judges, ate will go in*' PlDceiSonas ufual from the Lord Chancellor's Houfe in ' Great Ormond-SttccV to Weftsaiafter-Hall, to the fcvcral Courts there.,    * ��'  .T.. ' On Saturday. Morning died, at hi� Houfe in Chancery-Lane, Mr. t'rancif Williatn- Manatvn, an^rminent Sur- t;eon, and one ci the AflirtaTfit Sargcoas to St. Bartho-bmcw's'llofpitai. And laft Saturday Mr Phillips, another of the Surgeons of the faid Hofpital, rcfigned. There -arc already fcvcral Candidates to (ucceed; them. On Tharfday was aarriitd at Cbrill Church, by the Rev Mr Nkh^>lfon, Mr, John Darker jun. or ^ John*� Street. Hop-Merchant, to Mifs Parker^ of ReiC^d in Notting-bamfhire, a Ladv endfnv'd with every Quj{l|f.caiioa to make  parried State h�pp�, and ahandJbwc Son,!4oe, , Laft WeJnefday was married Mr Aaron Handrlcis, an eminent Jew Merchant, of Marifell-Sirtct, Goo llei ton tiagtiatd, J6hn Neale, Efyi Son of Joii.i N.-.J Mamfield-Wood-Houfe,  in Uut  Coan:y    H> Urge Ellate to his Giandfon, who i� in July Travels. They write from Shcernefs. tlut on T�,t^_y U.l a I-ire broke out in the Hoiife ui Mr. Iwnlc*. at tuc Liue Houfe there, which burnt with j^re'at Violence for fic�c twue, aru deftroyed eighteen lioufca before it v.as cx:ingj>lhed ; -i-i had not they blown up a lloul'c, it vva* li&eiy the whole Place would have been cor.fumcd. * Oa Saturday about Four o'Cluck in the Afternoon, a JMJRe Porpns was JUirfucd by near  100 Bent* through jwmfclf by the Starlings, at. * the other i'wim to Shore : The Porpus was afterward;, with fome DiAculty, fftot �ad taken a little above Bridge, in Sight of a jjreat Niiinber imt d*�n to Wiaifor, ?t�i befauf    Wl fttyil �i*�rtfs}� -MeilagerV-tlWr *       - ' '$*�***-;�����-� ��r^^�.':] ' On Saturday* Man flood iL(few on tb�/#|)prV*at Chiring-Cron, foivSodomrticat firai\ic�, but he w*ii *ih severely treated by the Mob| irnd fome perfbhrWhtjihref :,.     S^urjda>aMornioa tail/ thaTraofports, to the beroT fiitty, went from Newgate and were put into\svJdof| t.ltfhTejr"ii- BTfci-Fryari, and ithe fame,Day they wir^ Jn^xfraaif,* laUn f**� thttngtifc Gmfciat Jlgitrt, ft f MethoJ which that fn/e^F^(nJKm^^m^i^ \..^r' v.V . f^avy-Office. Oflobff '0. �JMC. " etfa/hrVWww V 7***�y '748 (rvtVtajf  '*� strtvtfr fit?, i*er*t,tt*t ihf'-T*K**> �w Ttf*j>f'f \* saj�t bhftftit,,1 ' tMj ahhoM a ' �';WRhtf'yo' hardly; t'lliuukl dtMHw w> VtMif *b It: ;� r I (Met at tht Vu'ixallixt Offix, Ltmb*> erv*ht VHe fectm to take upoa hbafUkf Ghlftsfttr^f (h* Pdr ' fonwhowasarriibtTiiBe'toy^^ r ScrvTce in a yTndscaripn j>f isWiJut i|^t om not occui ' to him, thhtrhisS^;wOuUi^(�mtt>.Uw * tfthbfewnom^ not what,  For,' ^feo^ifle1 U�6stf  ner; that t&y WJ Wb�{* vof Ae^cootntry; y�r"f[ 4 the Dey deefarcd to* mi '.that itwAimwffi^a; a� tbcy.vyerev eonvioced itjw^r^:��t^irtrtt( |l%tne^oriynod>re,j tloHUQe* irho wea con i*^5(frr& _____________^______ 4 cerncd in t4se<{^phira  ;  v.!.      ,f ... .i .wtti.is bt>� At the New Wells in Goodman's Fields, tbiV prefect. whole,-ta coochblei with (he Tcmple.of Apollo.   Singing by Mifs Agnena and Mifs Julctta.' The Scenes, Cloa'h*,; Mufick, aud Decorations a/q aK.ncyv. . To begltt"4t'.halff an Hdur pall Pour and cm) at I^jne.  ^ac^Pertpn to-be admitted for a Pint of Wine or Punch. �.     .. ) ,B A �odg(bVi Bafles; latVbfCr\� NavyOflfce, Cilober it Afemitrntttu ' Jh* Fct\*oeA, reVj mi/i tgnctytt trim GAfeiffih- Tub fir "titt%rti W'~ timkmt' P#tfi*tM, ^tf/w%wi^:.tti.Vsi-tvW^. ;,u � � ,itMc^f\U4h�^r|i^;?0R^ tar ^r^�W�^fimfoLrwiftrvittKihl* �*tt, PuMt^'HMtH^ St9ftt y (I'M 0/� fi/ TmitrUtls, tmd tkt tlnryborm Brrw* at fhi PffluJ/isg-OJjict, LikJut By QrtLr Curt6iD-'t|oufe, London, Oilober at, 1749. of tlft HtKvtrMt (fr'-jrjjjkx.ri �f Hi Mfljcjlyi .-j,' 'n, wilt fo Jt>U, in the tw^-Rut* in itv Cujtim-s /^A' �* Th.tr/Jegr tin sbth a/ thi* itijtdut- QMtfcr 17491 �*/ 7Z/rv o'Ckci ik tbl /ffhrnspH, 1 I Suatitii   tilifg.tr,   Cottvlt,    it   Time.  * TheQosJi to & ii'f-iu'J.u tie nrm if\ihl�u/t �l the Cti/f*.ye-Haufr, on Tut/toy, l^'Jn-ftiay, aid 'Mtir/Jay next t� tbt 'Tin* H� Cii.timttce ftr /tiling   ibt Cit/i Landt in the tJiS gift luOfiftU, Hjufe at by No: , l.lq, upon fci afterin K^Hmug.vA * tf^ �W         � "Satiiday Bk�k Stdck war ft.dTIJitock      * ^)t. 5ooth.Se,Ste^irr^T*^^,^*""?^*^, Wrtn' MeW"�: >oi t half a c 8ths., llank &>wttw,l2At>. AlTiirancav^B t hair. Seven An-u: :tl, lOX I SiiV B>al 4chmwlpaSstur^jL^.tto Aut^rj*W Pr*firl�V. WJh* WW' Otnfiy. �ndc.t^r.^>� Ujka^njMi^utitht, m�M*y kw|w m �tl U>* Nujnljttij t�ki� pay,.*#,S�f!I P�jf-�f^t|�� Wftfj.SuaJajrs. c� Crurjpt-f^u| Sucahoufe'i Riflbrr. bou�a �p With a'Set of tKfft VrFrinti toJ ] Mi(x, a Vol FUio." Pri� tJ. �4*. 61. -n | A       FamKy Bible, with s Set of theft bell rrlnttsoJ Htp iatui (uttici.  Piite il. is. With  hit  Miitfty'i  B.o�i|  ti^iiaJ, acediad, aa4 ItsJsai. the ifjilli yro/n /?/rZ� Pnfjits ivSjT ein(nyjfft'ig fa .farm the Pu^iiih $tir**:i a/ thh Cljl ihtit 'fOm'i L-t'A'hhalf^iltiirf^ta^, Xengute, tf^-l Fiirt, elthrr thrwbje UfeiLr, tr emh Mqriit - ,it/ti*OA tied Hforotsij.'with'.uUthc Skipi", 'tfAJ*/^#iWt' u mcti tbttntnja Ltunning, (-iii>tdk i*tl*Qffi iffiJL) for the Ttrtn of-t^ttj tuTeW ,        M% ir- ***Mr of i/romn.1 noifr l{�.fenb p,fi:fif>7jvkf rfttgt/vf/ir j^Grnn Murid, foKtiv ftrm \f Hwvifco*e v jixty-imXk*i*to      ** __. m SBAMAH.  CWj/rJ/.r. Kali-India Houfe. Aup,iu1 i Bit i yT*^ rUE C Afrit*, ' utli �f Stg/ntut tf'mJifjt fa the . E,ijt-fit,l'tj, Jo If _     .  tf~&t:tiif, � r.iy givt Nettie,   that the fit)JC/Kftteey will, tH fhi Dcyt/M-ireh, 175p*f a�d Jiftburfe *ail I'rineip timi[intert/ittnnJha'lbe thtmJue vi titjfcjj i*-./, t�/i 4*4'they iiftrtlier fine #eti�, th.,f rt, C?w !'t * ,V-.*;.4/w 'Hiittreerive feitilet'efor te*Ji>ig> tht CuMp.ut, Atihflmm �/ $$/>.'j 'ufQn (heir BemJl. til tbt Ratr eflh-et yVAJf fee C-*tlint fee Jmmi, ui ibeyjbedl httvfQtfttfiim ftr t g*J-t&shi#-rtifi Jheh ItHjtn Prtltttuii UiJJ iegititn l� lh,- fie/em fh�.!jj 'fieri, fr>fvide4 the Smui tffertet by them  / rveeejtuhat/hall-It fSAeal, n>,J thut ih; fame id Ku_dj 1 vbiiitifg \ftn.-it of tbt fai-t Ct''f �'-'*/, ,hJ ion'tiiting It baye il; larne eitJoiftJ It he itntiitiierf at rh ff^.ii uf'theft PeunJi per (latum f.n Annum, f  \J\ �f ALei!-, \ 7 JO, tmdpMfahie-*i Ux Alu.iLnNuiue- II A Nil I N II A N D   Fifth O I r///. Pi,effort yue Njti.r, tbat .!<./'.< tit M/�.. / it Ai*.l C-jrt j/i  Snvu -HJJ, Y  Iff op Neftihher wxe, fa i l jnu* *V'BsJ-'�� ibe Fw'twei* I* i:<.iivt, :l:   i,"i,Vjv�. //�<� Itar infuing by 7 1 lb. tbr.f fitSJing ^ndji\tti tbru it   

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 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

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

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

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

Browse by Publication