London Daily Advertiser, March 27, 1734

London Daily Advertiser

March 27, 1734

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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 27, 1834, London, Middlesex Advertifcr. W�DNESfl AYj March 17, 1734. ^B>; '|! 5 tne otcafional Thoughts concerning the Bill to ftevent Stock-jobbings JHERE the Hsppusrfs and Grandeur of ""Nation dermis cn rVjHkkCatdaV any thing that �s barely FufpeJtrd to interfere therewith, or the moil minutely to affect, fe, fitoald be cxaminM with the utmoft Camion, and every Circum-fiancc; ihoioogbljr ccn&!;red. All human things are fiibjrA to Imperfection, and therefore I tbmk it has always been a RsSe with Lsgubtnfs, to fcSrr the kfler Ineonveniency for the greater Cocveniency, thnwife it'* difficult to conceive hear any Govesmncnt could Wt -' When the Puhlick Funds were tbrft eSabli&'d, or more pro-_ fttly the National Debt fait contracted, theGoverrnmmt mnft fare been foon.fen�jIe of the Abafa flat might be praclikd Atom by Jobbing and fince that time, many Yean Experience has fufficieruly apprifed riem thereof ; yet h bar' been (dStxd to continue, which ma3 certainly aiifc from thefe Copfi derations; that the Advaatage^^acCTamg to the whole Nation, were infmitdy more conSdcrahle than the Inconreni-eaciej; that the very Nature of the Confutation cxpofrd them Xo thefe Imperfections, and no Debts rn-2 have beat contracted, or ibefc fubmhtcd to. For, iFirft, If the Creditor* of the Government are not allowed as " sO&nifed a Crculation and Buuaaoouled Difpofid of their Pro-tones as in other Cafes, it vcSL always fievent People fiorn Ceding, and difcourago them ficn fuppotung it in any Emer- jmcy." Sccoodlv, To prevent a Proprietor of the Government Seea-�;rides to infure his Preprrty at pSeaferc, is a HardCiip and Rffiraint thtt k perceivable in no cafe; other Traders having: trWiyttJat tmlimjtfd Privilege, and without A I apprehend ] - few Mold rifqae the Acridersw bnctan Events ajtejfuj^ea to. The cTuftaaoons and Accidents in Goirnnnent Secmities are aot left, but rather greater, and always wBllfc than in other Trades -, for whenever the Government is^a&ted. the Debts " ef ^Government mu& be fo likewife, and tfeeir Wants muff Jrodxe a like Variation in their Credit, consequently in the Value of their Debts ; there&re to pwent any inm the Ad-vawatgeinthisCafeof fecurkg himfelf, is, I conceive, the greatcft DifQcuragementaod rfcrd&ip. �Thirdly, Comrw^Teth^s of Affiarance of Ploperty in -Trade, are thought right, sod even Affinance without Property is eeemed >ia. Now this latter may be confider'd as grmanAhufeasany that can poffibly auife^a-ihe Fends; it's BO fcfi produftiyeof fa!5eNew. fmpofiticn and Game; all, pfeffm. ^j^Ppgwiies I Their Wants, It's well knowi, are Temporary, and die?:$ea)aea^ain%r in and out of the Fends, fortbe-fefce of lntrreft and Trade, Kch perhaps fa tlieit greaceS Inc^crment tP be f^ lam Pioprietors; hot when the prefenf Circalation kfiopt, and all 'I*%Amtoitu and Navy pc* atpse&nt, ftaW tbeycoany Emeiprtjcy want 5 er icoco L ofa&v Sttdt �be (old. it may dkmsny Weeks befiwe it cm be cgc�isd. whkh inXmake ; them willing to diipo^c^d^Prapotks, bat I dare lay not fi� tafily iadoce them to reimreil; and the tame rnafl inevitably taurto every od^r StodchoJder. as was anal jaftl^ appre-hnvkd by fheiBanycoEfiderabk Proprietors who jsewiorfd the Hon. l|e�ie '�f Lards tall Scsloas. Nay. the Canfeqoence _Buft bi much worfe. for cpon the fcdden Apcarbenlion* of a War. era popular Frigbr. theytl all!be fb prd&dand defirtxa to fell, the Price mail neceflarily receive a prodraoos Shock. . and probably fall one third in Valoe before a �nd$ Bar�aia is Mhajppe^^M the French Actions, which fell from tSSo ta 1100. and but two Barguns made ; and which was entirely owing �"the like Probibation �tended by this BU. .Fifthly, If this is fuch a goring'E�D, it as worth enqcirin^ *jw the Dutch, as wife a RepeUkk, as ibllidtoa* of their Welfiue as any, fagVr Jobbing, cot only k> their own Fands. bitevM inourj, acdrf ttinitkilymeretkxo wlathttairdackd ��fe; the Rrffjj can faxely be mo ' ^' -1 feji";" Yetlerday the Right Hon. the Counted of Jerfcy, fttUaii his Grace the late Dckc of Bedfb^, **� to his Lordthip's Hooft in Grofrenor dreet.' ViM" Addreifes anttve daily from the fevetaL Constiet and BoVf roughs in Encfind, to ccdgrattilttc the Royai^amily upotl ' the Nuptial* of the Prince^ Royal with the Priacc ofOimnjc, -Latt Weekhis Majefty was plea&d to tfipoint John Fia* Patrick, F.lq; to be a UetHerUat in the firflkefb^ent of, Fftot'. Guards, commanded by the Right Hon. General Will*. Veflerday Mr. Geotge Bark, Groom to ber Royal H%b> " nc& the Pnnccfs of Orange, was made Clerk of the Stable and!' Avener to her Royal Highneis. J ' fc And Mr. George Bancks. Groom to Mr. Poynttv u mailt firlt Groom to his Highneis the Prince of Orange 1 and thb Day they are to embark on board a Ship in the Rivtti fal order to Sail for Holland wkh a Suing of foe Horfea. -Latt Friday the Affixes ended at St. EdroondVBory, wbett twopeifons nnceivMSeuteoceof Death, vii. jo^ Nortoh for poiibning bis Wife, and George Lane f^ Horte-Ataltng.  Lail 1'uefilay tbe Affiles ended at Monmouth, and provod * Maiden one t whereupon the Sherif, atwotdiog toCufioa, pf*,9. fented the jeeges with wbhcGknres, Yefterday toe fear WJowb^ were api'^Iy c^vicled*t dli -Affizes at Kingrton, vat. Joseph Price for Fo/gefy, William Gale ibr Murder, Daniel Smith tor Burglary, and GcorgeSean �> forFeleny. * Yefterday N� 56701 was drawn a Prize of ^r^L anal . N� 24126, 82674, 101126, 105255, and 118558, looi. each. ^" We hear that aU the Royal Femify will be at the lUttgli Theatre in the Hay-market Toinctww Night, to fee th#^ Opera of Arbaces, whkh u to be perfcWd tbtre forttat -Benefit-of Sigrwta Djgutac'i M3o_SkSSls[J^SSF Cannon having been for that Porpofe already con^^doyerlle^ finne Difpofitjoa to atiack Parma, 12000 French are en-.camp'd near GuaftaJla, to guard the Pafiage of therPo on the Side of that Dutchy. ":" J&/j^7JM^f* Refcript hither, to exhort the Diet to take fome vigorous Resolutions in the prefcnt Conjundure. It reprefcotj tbat"h1slrriperiad Mi-jefly has �o his Part done: all that was poffiblc for the Safety of jhe Empire > that his Ttoops tn the Empire, including thote of other Princes in his Hay, amount to 6zooo Men , that Luxemburg is fully Supplied with all NeceJliriea j that he has 56000 effective Men in Italy ; that the Expeaces of the current Year will exceed 30 Millions; that the Troops of Hannover, 1'ruflia and Denmark, are about to join his Army on the Rhine, and that he hopes to receive fome Succours from tbe maritime Powers. Wttul, Marcb $i\ We hjye certain Advice frdm"BerTin, that hisPrufiian MajeAy makes a Difficulty to grant a Paflagc for the Ruffian Artillery thro' Polilh Pruffia � and that the Obflades thrown in its Way by that Prince, retard its Arrival before Dautzick* more thin the liadnds of the Roads or any other Accident. Dtal, Marcb ae. Wind S, W; YeBerday in the Afternoon, arriv'd bis Majefty's Ships, the Vork and Swallow, and remain with the Men of War, as per Yefterday** Lift. This Meriting the Wind being N. W. Several of tbe outward bound faiTd Wcflward. Remain, Oatlcy, Beach, for St. ChiiftoDher*s t Betty, Friend, for LUbons Sarah, Hill, for Maryflpfi wkh toe 6hipa Jor Eaft India. Came down St. George, Roberts, for Lilbonj Swan, Ellis, fur Qpono, LONDON. We hear that the Right Hon. the Lord Cha/Us Noel Somer-fet. Knight'of the Shire in the prefcnt Parliament for the County of Monmouth, Brother to his Grace the Duke of Beaufort, and Sir Robert Grofvenor, Member of Parliament feewiJlrjefctopaaCaiklio^attr�iiextElee^ Pratt. r Three per Cent, ditw tl. 41. Prrm. Eeglifh Copper tL WeHh ditto tl. 6s. Lottery Tickets tl. 15s. This is to give Nctict, /bat 'T'HE Governor of the Corporation of the total AcadiMJY'tt^^^*^ * General Ctmrt if tbt yuftt&mjii* ft BtUm'fiSir^/�- 4/*cfJfritMMt, *f ig~ i a' CJuJt ** tbe MmutQ, at Mr. Htid^�*r*j Rmmslim tUftaf > market, icttH tbi ft%*td S&fcnbtrt ti tbt fittd Atmifjmf mtg Jjfirdif bt p*$ftnt. . , ,'� r"|||'.^|1T'|:- _' 'T'HE Gentlemen,, Clergy, and Freeholders of ~ Sir ROBERT A BO y, Barer THO MAS Vr AMSTON, "Eio/ Art dtfi/d* te mitt at tbt Crwum Tavernbtlimtt lit RifSlE�- ^ change, tbh i)aj, ai Six *' Cluiimlht E*fi*g. �: � -- � ~" WdlminflcT, Maurch 25. ~ rilE Inhabitants of this City and Liberty art iifiri 10 mitt at tit San Tavern in King-tirccr. Weft. minfler, tm 'tburjJjf *t*t at Six im lit �i*ieuj frtri/iJt, 14 im tbt rarliammu. ' ________________ . ' South-Sca-Houfc, London9 March xx, 1733-4, zybla/lant, at it imtbcFtrtmm, bti^ im if tbt UaV-ymU / Qhtrtt affeintiJ by it* Cbartar. mxj f* j'ftciJ JfaJrt. y / To the Proprietors of tbe Eaft-IndU-Coinpany. GcNTLtvita>. J ,HTilE Annual EleZim for Direilors of *%F~jf * Imdia-Cmfamf bfi*g j/bfi jlr tl* \d �f Jftil '$t*f,- ami f*3ti* I tlxTifiri tbiMi it aJ;:H~blt fit tiny F'^ftSmrfmUta I1M1Jfir tt*EXitU HiUaU, of :i.*Tt awf txayj f r mfm[ t ff&f'. ' Jam* i mtittxt J*r amy *f iht Itamtm S.'xbxll*,,, b+fifiGaatlih mum tf imsruM Abtbt'ui ami U'ttib. arndftab at ba0'A(i/g0 latnvf tfAtCmfam *t Una*. ' _ ':^4^^^ ;

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