General Advertiser, April 15, 1746

General Advertiser

April 15, 1746

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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 15, 1846, London, Middlesex The General Advertifer. v TUESDAY, April 15, 1746. \fhe STEWARDS of the FEAST of fforSONS of the CLERGY, for the Year i745> being fye Right Rev. the Lord B'tjhopof Chichefter. fhe Right Rev. the Lord Bt/hop of St. David's. fhe Honhle and Rev. Mr. Harvey Afton. 1'he Rev. Thomas Wilfon, D. D. 'the Rev. David James, M. A. The Rev. Eyton Butts, M. J: Robert Gibfon, Efq\ John Alderfon, Efq\ Stephen Holland, Efq'y David Jenkes, Gent. Edward Bookey, Gent. Thomas Shervvia, Gent* s. o o o o o o o o . o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o ' o o o o o o o o p o o 0 . o 0 o o o o o d. o o o o o o o q o o o o o o o o o t t AVE thought fit, for the Satisfaction of the Contributors, to give the following Xj. Account how the Charity Money, Colle&ed at the Choir of Sc. Paul's on the Rehearfal and Feaft Days, and at the Feaft at Merchant Taylors Hall, on the 30th of April, and 2d of May, 1745, amounting to 1044/. hath beendlfpofed, in placing out the Children of poor I Clergymen Apprentices. Paid with Frances Leigh, to.Sufan Smith, of Good man's-Fields, Mantua-maker �� J Martha Thomas, to Sarah Thomas, of Fetter-Lane, Mantua-maker - |Phillipia Rowland, to Robert Watkinfon and Company, of Covent-Garden, Milliner Jane Key, to Jane Tarver,- of Newport, Shropfhire, Milliner - -- Anne Gale, to Anne Parker, of Bath, Milliner - � - William Fyfield, to Samuel Allen, of St. Aldwyns, Gloucefter, Mercer - Anne Ryder, to Sarah Smytber, of Wenlock, Shropfhire,' Milliner-- Mary Snow, to Mary Painter, of St. Giles's in the Fields, Mantua-maker �- Charles Patterfon, to Chriftopher Keynion of Covent-Garden, Shoe-maker - Thomas Wrag, to Richard Gohgtly, of Liverpool, Shipwright - - Deborah Lewis, to AnneVallade, of Stamford, Lincolnfhire, Maatua-maker - Philip Morgan, to Thomas Streek, of London, .Wax-chandler , _: - - Frances Peers, to Cuth. Ayfcoogh, of Bedford-Street, London, Mantua-maker - Anne Bayley, to Elizabeth Barlow, of St. Mary Bothaw, London, Milliner --- Mary Barker, to Elizabeth Higgins, of Wem, Shropfhire, Milliner -- William Hobfon, to Thomas Lindfay, of Southwark, Apothecary - - Charles Skelton, to Launcelot Rudyerd, of St. Anne's, Soho, Upholfterer � Edward Seawell, to John Rensforth, of Mitcham, Surry, Calhco Printer - Sufanna Williams, to Bithia Stowers, of German-ftreet, London, Mantua-maker Elizabeth Salmon, to Ellin Williamfpn, of Whitchurch, Shropfhire, Milliner " -Jane Heacock, to AnnePorfom, of Congleton, Chefhire,. Milliner - James Fcfbrooke, to Samuel Perry, of Bridgnorth, Shropfhire, Plumber - Frances Heyman, to Anne Younge, of Canterbury, Coat-makef ..... Chriftian Hill, to Elizabeth Perry, of Yeovill, Somerfetfhire', Mantua-maker Anne Child, to Sufan Smith, of Prefcot-Street, Londpn, Mantua-maker - Mary Heyman, to Elizabeth Robinfon, of the Strand, Mantua-maker - Elizabeth Richards, to Martha,Emry, of Bread-Street, London, Milliner -- Matthew LefTey, to John Juby, of London, Felt-maker ' -- - Mary Headington, to Lucretia Townfon, of" the Strand, Mantua- maker . -r--Alice Collier, to Martha Tongue, of Hampton, Staffordfhire, Mantua-maker - Letitia Owen, to Elizabeth Altenj Of Stamford, Lincolnfhire, Milliner - William Lazonby, to Thomas Randalefon, of,Warwick, Cumberland, Weaver William Bell, to Alfred Henderfon, of Carlifle,- Sadler -:- -- John Entick, to Robert Brown, of London,. Printer----* - Samuel Child, to Willam Child, of Ewhurft, Suflex, Cordwainer � Peter i^ett, to Thomas StiHwell, of Godalming, Surry, Surgeon' - Sarah Sheppard, to Mary Pope, of Salifbury,. Sempftrefs --- -- Chriftian Straight, to Mary Chahtrell, of Salifbury, Mantua-maker - Mary Veneer, to Diana Fuller, of Hailemere, Surry, Mantua-maker --- Mary Phillips, to Hannah Bifhop, of Bath, Mantua-maker ��- � --- , George Dolben, to Thomas Dueling, of Great Marlow, Bucks, Rope-maker -Sarah Coyner, to Mary Downs,, of Carmarthen, Milliner � Frances Rowland, toLydta Robinfon, of Newcaftle, Staffordfhire, Mantua-maker Hannah Snook, to Anne Summers, of Dorche'fter, Mantua-maker--� Jofeph Wolley, to Ehrhard Pohmer, of Sr. Sepulchre's, London,;Brazier Francis Cotton, to Carew Cotton, of Dunsfold, Surry, Mercer ---� Mary Jones, to Elizabeth Shepheard, of St. Martin's in the Fields, Mantua-maker  Martha Pye, to Rachael Thompfon, of Sherbourne, Dorfetfhire, Mantua-maker Mary Ryder, to Anne LawtWar, of Covent-Garden, Coat-maker--. Richard Corbould, to Geoige Smith, of Stow-Market, Suffolk,. Joyner . -:-. Henry Raymond, to William Underwood, of Bartholomew-Lane, Watch-maker Henry Scaife,to Mr. Wright, of Emanuel-College, Cambridge, Cook - Thomas Denham, to Nathaniel Crouch, of Battle,, Suflex, Sadler  Dennis Smelt, to George Welbourne, of New' Molton, Yorkfhire, Currier Peter Cox, to William Blackmore, of Dulverton, Somerfetfhire, Sadler George Powell, to Robert Burden, of Nottingham, Uphelfterer ' - �- -- - � - r t"� 1----j---ji_ c., Samuel William* to Theophilus Grove, of Threadneedle-Street, Woollen-draper Valens Jones, to Silvefter Grevcll, of Limehoufe, Ship-builder - 15 15 20 20 20 15 20 20 20 '5 20 20 20 16 16 20 17 20 *5 15 20 20 �7 20 15 '9. 20 20 20 20 15 15 15 15 20-2p 20 20 15 *5 20 20 15 i* 20 20 15 15 20 16 20 16 ,20 20 17 20 20 15 o o o o o 6 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o �. 1044 00 Deal> April 13. ARRIVED his Majefty's Ships Squir-rell and Swift, from a Cruize, and are failed for the River. Put back the Carteret, Robinfon, for Gibraltar ; and remain with his Majefty's . Ship Scipio, and Fowey Tender, and Elizabeth, Dewers, for Barba-does. Sailed Yefterday after Poll ------- the Montague, Ay res, for Plymouth; a�d Ridge, Hawkins, for Portfmouth. Wind Eaft. Gra'vefend, dpril 13. Pafs'd by Lawrence, Johnfon ; Ul?ity, Morrifon ; and Two Sifters, Peterfon, from Norway ; Unity, Catton, from Hamburgh; and Theodore, �ecke!-, from Embden. . The Portmahone and Launcefton Men of War are ar-^ved at Plymouth from Cork, with the Ships bound to the Vv eit Indies and Newfoundland, to join the Convoy. Berlin, dpril 12. Mr. Villers, the Britifti Mlnilter, feems to be charged with Negociations of Importance at this Court, and as Time may be required to carry them on to the Eud propofed, his Excellency has hired a Houfe for a Year. Ratisbon, April 11. M. Pollman, the King of Pruflia's Minifter as Eleftor of Brandenburgh, has communicated to; focae other. Minifters a Declaration for advancing the Work of a general Peace, which is alrhoft in thefame Form with that which M. Grave made at Viennr. Hague, April 18. Befides a Courier which pafs'd by here from Vienna, another is gone from Dreiden with very irapqrtant Dilpatches for the Briginnick Court, and a fdSond is to follow him. Yflfterday Mr. Ratcliffe, jun. and the other Officers, who were lately difcharg'd from the Tower, embark'd on board a Ship in the River for France. Ext raft of a Letter from EdinburghApril the gth. ' This Day we hive Advice, that his MajctVs ship the Sheerr.els was arrived at Aberdeen on SunJay iait, from a Cruize, and had brought.in with her two Prizes, one the Providence of Boilonin New-England, one'Sin-" clair Matter, who pretended to be bound 10 New-England with Lead, Sec. but 'tis thought intended for trie Rebels; and the Veffd late the Hazard bloop of War, (by the Rebels caii'd the Prince Charles) who the Sheer-nefs chae'd on Shore, in the North cf Scotland ; as ioon as fhe wasafhore the Officers arid Men iandw?; with"'" 12,500 Guineas, and forrie Silver; but were" made Pri-foners foon after by the Hon. George Mackay, Son m-the Lord Rae, after a fmart Refiftahce. 1 he Hazard was got off again with very little Damage, and the P-rifoners taken re-fhip'd, and are brought round in her to Aberdeen. The Right Hon. the Lord Rae arrived here laft Night from the Nortft. . ' We are informed that the three Ships which were cruizing off Holy Iiland, and reporteu to be French Men of War, (and put us in pain for the Tranfports with the four Regiments of Foot) prove to be Dutch Men of War, ordered to reinforce the Squadron on this Coail, under the Command of Commodore Smith.' ' Our Accounts from the North agree, that there are great Diffentions among the Rebel Chiefs, who have found it difficult to keep the Common People quiet, for want of their Pay ; but they aflured them there waa^ France to give an Account of the Skirmifh at Falkirk. The Siege of Blair Athol was rais'd on the Approach of the Heflians ; and we hear, that Sir Andrew Agnew and his Party had been forced to fubfift for fome time on Horfe Flefh ; and were determin'd that nothing bat Famine-fliould compel them to furrender.-The Rebels are calling in all their Parties, with what View is not known ; they are in want of Money, and it" is "TaTff'tTre? " French begin to defert, for want of Payment ; and the Lofs of the Hazard muft encreafe their Wants. The Lorrl Prefidentan'd.the Earl of Loudon are in the rflebf Skier with 900 of their- beft .Men; they have VeiTels,fuffieientF' and purpofe to embark for. Argylefhire. The Pretender has been, and is ftill very ill at Invernefs, of an Infla-mation in his Throat, (as well as his- Brain). Some People give out that they are determjn'd to mjakeXa Hand at Invernefs ; but their Motions afiguncertauj/"and their Schemes fo deep laid, that it is fcarce poffible to know what they intend.' ; Yefterday it was confidently afferted, that a large Party of the Rebels had laid down their Arms, and fubmitted to his Royal Highnefj the Duke. We are affured, che Waters of the Spey being funk, the Army had pofitive Orders to march on Tuelday laft towards Invernefs, as we have already rr.enticn'd. This is the Birth-Day of his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland, which, 'tis not doubted, will be celebrated by all who wiih well to the Caufe of Liberty. On Sunday the Pool, Ludlow-Caftle, and Taviftock Ships of War, with the Diligent, Borden, a re-taken Ship by his Majefty's Ship the Pembroke.-The fame Day the Milford Man of War arrived there, -with the Ships under her Convoy from the Downs. Laft Night the Right Hon. the Earl of Kildare gave a grand Entertainment, to a great Number of Perfons of Quality and Diftindtion, at his Houfe in Soho-fquare. Yefterday died of a ling'ring Illnefs, at his Houfe at Furneux Pelham in Hertfordihire, George Hill, Efq; formerly an eminent Proftor in Do&or's-Commons. On Sunday laft died near Afton, Mrs. Barrett, Wife of -Barett, Efq; much efleem'd by all that knew her. . On Saturday Nightas one Samuel Martin, a Carpenter, was going thro' Tyburn-Road, he was ftopt by two Ruffians, who dragg'd him on a Dunghill near the Place, and robb'd him of 14 s. and got off undHcover'd. Laft Tuefday was committed to Maidfton Goal. John Lawrence, for robbing the Houfe of Mr. Charles Carpenter, ofFantin Suflex, a Silver Cup being found upon him. * Bripl, April 12. Wednefday Af:ernoon ended the Affizes, or General Goal-Delivery for this City and County ; held before the Right Worfhipful William Barnes, Efq; Mayor, the Worfhipful Sir Michael Forfter, Knt. and the Worfhipful the Aldermen of this Ciry, when the three following Perfons received Sentence of Death,.viz. Sarah Roberts (alias Sail Baker, faid to have given Tw� Guineas in London to learn the Art of Picking Pockets) for picking the Pockets of Mary Saunders of a Crown Piece and other Money.-It feems this Creature, fome little Time before fhe 'was committed, went into the Shop.of a Shoe-maker of this City, to buy a Pair of Shoes, and whUe-the Shoemaker's Wife was trying them on, fhe ~pick'd her Pocket of fix Crown pieces, and paid for the Shoes out of one of them. ADV ERTISEM EN TS are alfo taken in for this Paper, at Lloyd's Cor r ee-House, in Lombard-Street. A, ;

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