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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 20, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advertifer. Numb. i;o*. THURSDAY,  Ma rch 20, 1734. tithe PROF� IETORS of the South-Sea Stock. I   They have fettled the Comply Affaire in ihe Weft Indies *' JT MTtEMiH I on fo good a Footing, that we fcnfibly begin to leel the Fruit* ,'r    r e_, , .,_, I thereof, in the conuderable Remittances already rcceiv'd from HW ft^T^TS I tbencc. betides the hopeful Prolpeft of an advantageous and upon the Leo* addretd to you .o the  ^ ^Smt. s This being the true State of the Cafe, I hope the Proprietors will, upon all Occafions, treat them with that Refpcct and Strife of Gratitude they have merited. The Contrary will be a Motive that Gentlemen of Chancier and Fortune will be afham'd to fee their Names infertcd in the Lift, at the future Elections, and confcquentiy, none bat a Knot of mercenary Tools will be elected, to which muft inevitably fbon follow the Dcilruction of this unfortunate Company. Deal, March 18. "~* THE Torrington is tailed, but the Royal Oak and Portland remain.  Ycfterday came down and failed through, Scuborough, Wcflcot, for Bombay. Wind N. E. Pod-Boy of the izth Inftant, in hopes .that some more able Perfon would bar* undertaken it: But the general Silence upon that Subject indicates that the (aid Production is held in universal Contempt,, and Iook'd upoo as the Excrement of the Brain of fame Cbange- ______   . Alky Precox, that would endeavour KfttceaRifc upon thb Stock above its intrinfick Value; in erdff mtacakout himfelf, and leave the Devil to take the ImdaolL I have indeed been told, that oar Author is a dtg-jmM Person of great Eflate, tho' diJguis'd ur^er fictitious iaitul Letters ; but I cannot believe it. became be feems to be aasrly -ignorant of the Subject he hath undertaken to handle. A� I am alfo a confiderable Proprietor, my Interest prompts aeto tead every thing publiflj'd open this Subject, for my Edi-Icaioo ; anda'tcr having very ftrioufly perus'd the laid abflroce leOtr over and over again, I don't comprehend it can have aay other Tendency, but to deflroy the good Harmony and Ceafidcnce now fohfiiUng between us and the prefent Court of Directors, by endeavouring to fow amongft us the Seeds of IKfcgrd and Diffidence, and that wkhodt the lead Foundation. Ha Spken extends, not only againft the Gentlemen at prefent a the Direction, but likewife againft all that Hull lowed them; as if it was inrpofuble to be a Director of the South Sea-Cbmpany, and yet be an boneft Man, Good lack-a-Day ! Idsiefcy) thatmoftof (if not all) the prefent Court of Di-te&n, did not know the Company was infectious, arid that if they lad, they would hardly have accepted the Honour beflow'd apM them at the late Election. " What c^oe more ridiculous, than his charging the Small-Stfinf oar Dividends to the Account of tJw Directors ? Ignorant lisa t are .not the Directors oblig'd by Aft of Parliament, Bdf Yearly to lay before us the State of the Company, to the ant that we may ourselves be Judges of what we can afford to avidd Have they not strictly conformed thereto 1 All Pro-BTktorsfitrqaearirig the General Courts will affirm they have: And Usne Accounts being left in the Secretary** Office, (putfo-snt to a Resolution of the General Coon) every Proprietor, by Kra�ng them, may be as wife as the Directors: Had this Writer mfpeftrd them, he would have forborn throwing fo asqeh Dirt at. a Set of Gentlemen that don't deferve it, and ittrefare will naturally recoile upon himfelf. Tab Calculator fuppoib, as a thing agreed upon, that the whole Debt of the Company might be extinguiftt'd by Sale or Actahibtkn ol one eighth Part of our pieknt Capital; by Which means, and by the Sale of our Trade, the Stock is to le hoiflcd up to Par. -Mhink it incumbent upon me to explain this Point, to prevent unwary Purchasers being mifted by fuch aQariog Baits It is true, that the Bond-Debt at present out-tsadtag, (and on which only the Company pays Interefl) doth Jttamomt to more than one eighth Part of our Capital: But then it is alb true, that the Company owes very near as much iF   ssnre,c*� Dividend and Annihilation Warrants not caird for V aadtapaid, and to the Proprietors of the Stock and both the Aatnifks, tor the growing Intcreft from the Date of their lall K$eAivc Payment;, which the Company receiving Weekly fans tte Exchequer, are thereby enabled to circulate the other W�f cTwhat they owe, free of Interefl; but that dotb not �Charge tie Principal. This is what our Author would coa-wfiom tbofe he intends to draw in to buy b.> Stock at the nvenc*d Prices he proposes to blow it up to, and tbercfare this � What all the World ought to be appriz'd of. ils the prefent Set of Directors are no ways anfwerable for me Behaviour of their Predcccflbrs, but for their own Management only; let us now proceed, and take an impartial View * their Conduct, under the Rdlrictions wifely impos'd upon ;�� by Pariijment. and we (hall toon fee with whai Labouc4 ad InduQry they arc conilantly endeavouring to merit pur | Caecm. T*hey are di&bled from making any Exceeding! of Divi-ows; conbouemly our Capital cannot be worked by that meant, a* heicicfore. They arc relbain'd from the Ufe of the Company's Seal Jar creating any fre{h Bond Debt, without confent of the,General Court. They have greatly i.-iuced the Company's Bond-Debt, and yet have Cafh and Eiiech fufficirnt to carry oo our Trade; Which fhoold it be thought our Irsterefl t* difpofc of, will dif-�Mrge a fuubcr prtof ihcfald Bond DeU. They have by their Frugality, ccnudcrably Icflen'd the ^oapany's Exptecis at home, and are taking ail Opportunities mil 10,jeductf the fame marc. _They have pat the Companv's Agents and Servants abroad, *** Rtgulations and Rci'.raims, thereby to prevent their ��nilint�n,!llicit Trade ; of which �ren Sir Tho G   . *fc weUfatitied, that I have heard him declare. Thai he tad JJJMjWvft of any of "the .jnefcot Directors being oonccro'd LONDON. We have the Pleafure tocontradiQ the Ardde in Yefterday's Paper, relating to the Death of Matthew Martin, Efqt Member of Parliament for Colcbcfler, that Gentleman wmg in perfect Health.  It muft give a umverial Satisfaction to the Publick, rh�r fix? K^pirr pnwM gTwitnllffi, Yeftcrday aniVd the Mails ^rom France and FUnders. Advice is arriv'd here from Sicily, that the Governor of Syracuia has capitulated with the Spaniards, and obtain'd the like Conditions as were granted the Garrifon of MefSna ; to that the Ifland is at length wholly foMu'd tc Don Carlos, Letters from Paris mention, that the Troops of the King's HouJnold are order*d to begin their March for the Rhine on the 14th of April. The Preparations for coruinuing the War have not yet feem'd to flacken in France, but great Expectations are form'd from Mr. Walpale's Journey thither., The Ceremony of ftrcwing Holy Water upon nine Pair of Colours belonging to the French Guards, was perform'd tall Week in the Metropolitan Church of Paris with great Solemnity, the Archbifhop himfelf giving the Benediction. The little Protection this Ceremony gave the French Enfigns in the laft War, one would think muft have put an End to d vain a Superstition : Holy Water might defend them from the D-I, but not from a Duke of Marlborough. An AfEur of fbme Humour has faappcn'd at Paris: Mr. Napali, a famous Banker, marry'd a buxom Wife, but soon Eew tired of his Bargain, and neglected Conjugal Rites. ' The idy never doubted of her Right to do hertcli Juflice, and fupply'd the absent Spoufe with an amorous Lover� but the unreaumable Hulband, who never lay at Home a-Nighu, came in (0 early in she Morning, that her Gallant was-perpetually in Danger, fo that (be thought proper to apply to Parliament to have a feparate Houfe ; and in Hopes to make all fure, Ihe got Monficur charg'd with a Rape, and clapp'd in Prifon : But the Affair being found out, a fad Cataftrophe en-fues, her Ladyfhip is drder'd to Penance in a Convent for a Twelve-month, and Mortification em after, ~by being oblig'd to return home to her Hulband. ^ We hear that the Bat Comp*g*o*3 at Paris are raifiog a Sum by Subfeription, for letting up a Sutue ef his present moft Chriitian Majefty, more Magnificent than that of Lewis Le Grand, on Occafion of an Edict he has lately ilTued, to oblige Vintners to make Ufe of fuch Bottlra only as hold full Mca-fttre,-under a Penalty of 200 Livres for every Drop of Wine that is wanting. On Tucfthy Morning about 7 o'clock, the Darby, Capt. Anfelme, bound for Bombay, in the Eaft-India Company's Service, ran athore on a Sand near the King's Channel caU'd the Moufc; and after beating for feveral Hours, and receiving much Damage, got off, but is oblig'd income to Sbccrncfi-Docl: to refit.  We hear that a Scheme will be propss'd by Sir Charles Wager, for railing a fufficient Sum by Lottery to finUb the new I L^jTHiogsor Grtrnwich-Hofpital. The luccefitul Progrefe of the Colony of Georgia, and the great Advantages likely to accrue from the�purfuing that Method of cltabbiliing regular Colonics, hath engag'd the Parliament to grant 260001. for this Year's Charges of fupporting and incicaung that Colony, whereby the adjoining Colonics are eniiuly defended. Lad '1 uefday the Right Hon. the Lord Bellhaven arriv'd here from Scotland, and YcAc/day he waited on his Majeily at St James's. Yeftcrday an Envoy arriv'd here from the new Duke of Brunfwick- Wolfcnbuttel. Tomorrow his Majeily will go to the Houfe of Peers, to pals the Mutiny and Desertion Bill, and fuch other Bill* as arc ready for the Royal AfTent. Sir George Downing, Ban. Knight of the Bath, and Member of Parliament tor Duowick in Suffolk, who has been 111 for fome time at his Houfe in Boltou llrect, is now in a fair way of Recovery. The Right Rev. Dr. Charles Cecil, Lord BifhopofBangor, who has been   At the THBATaa Rorat. in CDvanT-GAtot�� The PROVOK'D HUSBAND, with a School foe Woviesf. At the New Thiatsi in GoooUAHVFlpLbta The INDIAN EMPEROR. nigh Water at Locdot>-firidge this Day. at t MinskM alter 7 in the Morning t and 3 s after 7 atJNight. ng. 149* Arinuftles t07* Ditto Mew Annuujes 106 a 1 8m. AfrkM Vcjterday Bank Stock was 1 at, for the South-Sea Trading Stock 8a, a 1 4th. 01 a 1 4th, for the Opening. *~' Three per Cent. Annuity 04, Million Bank too. 10. York-Buildings 4. Royal Afturance 96 3 416. Aflurance 11 5 8ths, a 3 4ths. New Bank Ckostatk* 6U os. Prem. bouth-Sea Bonds jt. 1 js, Prem. IskUs dkto aL 1 os. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto al. 10s. Prem. Eswlslh Copper al. WeUh ditto Books Quit. Salt Tallies x rjcr Ccsx. Prem. *^ To  be SOLD. Order of the Honourable Cbmmiflloncrs of his Majefty's Cuftoms, the Long-Room at the Cuftotn-Houje, London, tint Day, lit zotb Imfiaut, ml tbrtt Cl*k i* lb* Afttr* mae, Sagan, WhinGingtr, jilttiEfmtiem, madCtttm, im'Itnt. Tit Gmtdt 10 be wVwV ml IVjjigait-Kn Hlbt lim-t tf SaJt. .Ho, By Souch>Sea^Houfe, Loiulon, n --------       1? March, 1734-5. JtHE Court of Directors of the Soutb-SeaCom* unit btbttd artbtirUmfiin tbruuUutJUjrttui TburOmdSi XOlbMamt, ml elevtu im lit Fmremmt, aVtag tm rf lb* iLUfi T art, Qmrti appmnUi bf tbt Cbarlrr, ami fir ^vrfe/ Afimiri, Souch-Sca-Houle, L^trdoii, x8 Feb., 1734* 'J*HE Court of Direflors of tbt Soulb-Sea- * Ctmfawf ghut Notice, tbal m IVtimjbn tbt *6tb Day e/Martb mtxt, ibtj wilt fml mf t� Salt ibt JtHmimg Eftatti, VtK. T  Ymk BmUdimp Gimf**fit bntbjgrvt Uttia, tbal tStywll fmy mmttbtr Jim Msmtbi jtmauty, ml Mr. Gtttmfi Cbamtbrrl i� Staph-Imm, em Wtimtflaj tbt tttb Imfiamt, and ih tvtry Friday and Wtdmtfday aftrmuardi, btfwttm tbt Heart ef mimt and tat $m tbt FertmetM, till ibt Jirfl Day ef May meat. GEORGE GREENE, Aftmt fer tbt Jnmmitantu _ttfet A Committee of Governors of BttbUm-Hofpttal% ^* it*U mutt at tbt /aid Htjpital im MarfUUt cm Tmtfday tbt Zylb Inftant, at 3 e'Cleeb im tbt Afttrmum, It rtaivt Fntofatt fremfmtb Fir fern at art wltiag te ftrvt tbt findHtJfittJ
                            

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