London Daily Advertiser, April 24, 1734

London Daily Advertiser

April 24, 1734

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London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 24, 1834, London, Middlesex The Daily Advcrtifef. \V EDNESDAY, April 24. '734- mi Deal, Jfri: 2?.. IR MAIN in th; Downs the Right Hon, Sir Jchn Norris and Admiral StcWarrwrn his M.tjefty's Ship?. The lorbay and Burford came into the Downs this Matning ; as alfo the Ply, j and fati'd Northward. Came down r.nd faii'd through, Rjrliadirr, C?cr-iard, for Genoa. Wind North-Eaft. - , O N D O N. On Mend**" thc ''O"ow*n8 Gentlemen were chofen �t.*,hm of the enfaing Parliament, viz. Members ot ^ b. A N D w , c ,, . M.ijclly was plcafcd to make thc following Promouon* in thc Array, vi?.. The Right Hon. Charles Lord Cadoptn to be Colonel of thc Regiment of Dragoons lately commanded by thc Earl cf Stairs. Col. Sinclair, fit ft Major of the third Regiment of 'Fccf-Guard?, to Ik Colonel ot Lord Cadogan's Regiment ot Foot on the Infh Kftabliinmcnt. Col Darby, fecond Ntajor of the third Regiment cf Foot-Gviard^, to luccccd Col. Sinclair as. firil Majoi ir. thc third Regiment.. Ccl Lee, Lieut. Col. of a Compiny in the third Regiment, to be fecond Major cf the laid Regiment in thc room of Col. Darby. And thc Right Hon. theI>orJ Charles CavcrJifh. a Captiitt. Lieutenant, to be Lieut. Colonel of Ccl Sinclair's Company. And to appoint the Hon. Col, Liirnley. Brother to tlic Right Hon. the Earl of Scarborough, to be Avcncr and Clerk Mar-(hal in thc room xzt the late Col. Ncges. On Monday lail an Officer of the fecond Regiment of Foot-Guards fliot himiclt at his Lodgings in Chancery -lane. Yett'erday being the FeAiral of St. George, thc Patron cf England, the fame was obferv'd at St. James's, wheh thc Knights Companions of thc Garttr, ThiiUc and Bath, appeat'd in the Collars of their rcTpcclirc Orders. Ycllcrday the new bom Son of the Hon- Col. Schut?. was l�ptiz*d, at his Houfe in Grofvcnor-llreet, by the Name of Richard, when the Right Hon. thc Rati of Scarborough .-ltd thc Right Hon the Lord Catherlough ftoost Godfathci*. and thc Lady Gray, Godmother. Laft Monday John Emcrfcn, of Putney, Y.fy, married at Fulham Church to Mrs. Wood of Fullum, a Widow Lady of great Fortune. Laft Week died-atTm Hcnifc near Prcfton in Lancalhirc, Thomas Dowfe, Efq; in the 107th Year of hi* Age : In thc Year 1648 he was Colonel of a Compaay in Garritbn at Col-cheftcr, and rccciv'd fevcral Wounds at thc Surrender of the Garrifon to the Parliament. Sittings in the Court of Common-Picas in and after Eaflcr Term, 1734, vhr. Middlefex, Tuefday, May 7 Tuefday 14 TucHay 21 AfterTerm, Tuefday 28 London, Thurfday, May 9 Thurfday 16 Wcdnefoay 22 AfterTerm, Wednefday ^9 Next Friday the Spire ot St. Mildred and St.JMargarct Mofes Parifh will be finilh'd ; at the lame TimeTfte Weathercock will be erected, made of fine Copper, arid gilded with fine Gold, at the Charge of Timothy Watts, Gent. Upper Church-warden of St. Margaret Mofes. We are aiTur'd that the Kcport concerning a Marriage between a Gentleman of BuckingEamThire and Mif� Robmton of Drury-lanc Play houfe, is entirely falfe and grounJkii Yeilerday No. 2744, 24S51, and 109194, wexe,dsAWO Prizes of 1001, each. Lrw, April 19, Yeilerday thc Hon John Scrope, Efq; one of the Candidates of this Borough, came hither, and was met about three Miies out of the Town by Henry-Holt Henley, Efq; our Recorder, who joins with him, moil of the Corpo ration in Coaches,"and a great Number of Freemen and others on Horfcback, with Orange-colour Cockade?, attended by the Wool-combers in Holland Shirrs, Orange-colour Wool Caps, and blue Sallies, conducted him into titc Town, arnidft the Acclamations of great Nun be~s of SpriTators, with rieging of Bells, firing of Cannon, and all other Demon that.on s ot Joy ; and it was by much thc la'gert and fineft Cavalcade that ever, was feen in this Place. It is thought their Election wdl meet with little or no Oppoution. A great Number of Lace-makers daHnguiuYd themfclvcs upon this Occafion with Knots in their Bofoovs. Yeilerday Bank Stock was 130 t Sth. India 136. Scuth-Sea Trading Stock 74 1 half Annuities 101 3 8ths, with the Dividend. Ditto New Annuities 100. Three per C�rrit. Annuity Sg, a 1 Sth. Million Bank 106 1 half African ?j. York-Buildings 2. Royal Ail'urance c,o 1 half. London Alfu-rance 11 1 half. TSIew Bank Circulation ;1. 10s. Prcn>. Soutlv-Sea Bonds 12s. Prcm. India ditto z;s. I'rem. Three per Cent, ditto gs. a 10s. Prcm, Engluh Copper il tp. Wrhh dirttTTl. Tes.ifooki, ftiut._ Lattery Tickets 4L-T as. td Faringdon-Witjlin, April 24, 1734. r'HE IVertby Liverytnen of this City, 'wbabiting in thii Ward, art Jtfir'd to HUtt ti't Coaxm-jit Cimittlfttrn-of'fie fanuli'ard. Tomorrow* heingllurjday, at 6 -cf^ Click in the Bl'tning, at the Hal/'Moon TaVCrn in Cirafjlh, tn wdtr t9 pnmote the Interejl ofjllr. AJJ^mOM BARBliR, u bi w cf tht Reprejentatr.e 1 ef ttii Citt ix Pa Biflioplgaue-Ward, Apnl.ii, ^744. S I R, y41 tbe Requeft of'the DejHtltes\ Common-Council, � &i&p*matoJ' tti'' iivrilf'Lrvrnme!'t \w Cs&puiy 11 Jtfir'd at Leather/,lltrt Hull wntbii Bijk*pfgatt, ui t'tilay the liitb JnJhrKt, at 7 o'Clock in lb* ErtMvg, t* swtitrt frofer--hkilfujM to fumrt tht JtUtrtfi ef _ ROBERT G O DiSC HALL, E/p AUtrmerHof tfni Ward, tj> it 9T.$ ef the R^>I r:nl*l.'.i. jJ ihi Cnj in tie infidng Parfcamfuf- To thc Worthy Livcryrncn cf Vh)' dt G e n rtt s* c - � i.- jj $ I ki?f f?v I'glvjf Set? :f :hr h"J Traits * tit* univtrjUfYs .-��;,.-.-,' r* ir:, O. M 1 ettirtfy '�". r� �.a� .*?n'&yi el "A d> W-*rj !*�� **-�f.?t 'jeifreitt tht F.iiv-a' /V.s &t� litre*, t-n f �JW he'Tir *i~V*r- Rep>-f,-i'jtt*.-i /* ire rrirf!* { -W-w^v �-/Jf^ff- tjtetn tt m -iglri ILrrn- a �w-r�. p j\sj? St 'it* SttJji *f t.-Je !s fiiiJiVf tj *i?:e / art, -------GttV.l. ttm-t.------------------- April i ' JiniN BARBER;. To thc Worthy Liverymen ot the City of London. - , AS th Eh-ftwn ft bit Ct.y tviS h ftgen as ' 'fxi/Jat Text, il iv iit h tmfrJii-U firm to mffij to ytm PtrfiKaUj yAbtrtfmJbimkit hf*. that �r� AffvHttiom toy* 1*9 Kit be tltnght imtnptt fit teiijlt*t& JtMo^^mitmtr-; (if srtt ui n, . \ As I have had the flaneur bl 6rv;>^ thl* City la PxriiaV x rncnr, I flatter myfclf that it wi!i fx be tiarjght a PrrfinilfskA in me to osier my felt as a Can�ix.''-t;e ^; tfee cdaitrg EIet:tjcn: My CcnJu&t, I hope, hath been i'-Kh xf ntay rn:a^e cor to the Favo-ir of year Voce and InurcS. wfekh will by & Udin^ Obligattun cn, Gtnt&ftrt, Year BHJ.S li*?mWe Semsr, HUMPH PARSONS. " ' ' ' -V/aj. t-n. : To thc Worthy Livcryrncn of the Cky of London. G E ST I. f \t e it. � . . TV/ � Eldhon for Mfmttr: to f~m in Parlia- mtitl fir t'li Phns&raiit City, hixg fx J fw Tmeftof m*t th 50 hjiant. I leg ixa-vf It ttxevz t**ifflrfRfgai0 far v~ur fata and titer*$, i\.hu if/ tt"s:^jrtns rrjgltfidk mkwrtv- M'J, h ' ' - � Gentlemen, ______ JOHxN BARNARD. ------- j!p*il SJ. I7J4- To thc Worthy Livcrymch of the Gty ot-I^omton. 'jr'FI E EU3hn for Rffrefn.'^hvi ij ferve tins * Citj if Parliartrmt 6e:-� aftchn.c ft- Tmtjiafmxt tht yoA Infant, I ter tbi Fai-;ar s.i.' /"..V &mJ Imtttep. mi Xveitof yevr ear'ft Appearance iit Cul&aJ! tm nj ht^fr *txx�& wtt gre.tdj Mg*. """" / Gentlemen. j's&ir er.y? dsL�d\ atj y.cri foutfit fcrmB-te 5!rr�ia!?,' . _ MICA j Ait PERRY. To the Worthy Lii'rrymen of the City ot London. Gt STtEM t B. fHli E great cttt-l gtntrcut Enrxtragrmmi I bzqt^" tteri'Jd fen mam ez;:rsat CtfriU*;,. f) :ipkt ihf Liberti cf mahxg tea thrt fa&itJi O-fr -f ist Sj� xicr^ 'it ht ont cf yiitr Rifrtjcntxirvtint the a*frtgiZix_\ Eisgaa if '*ier$t-cri t� Jti-v* tbii City in Pariiomt*i. Ai I la-ve trie Itgl^ji jerft tf t't tisx^er vat etmfer �s th)fe a.hjm yta deem tvirtfy U pire'fsfi ds it�g;�^�w Mark tf ysur CurfJtnct in, p |'sa may drfr,id ue rrf sflR^^^/'lSQSa^HB^31 to *U,j^jsg^_CJ^jfit eMod a�J;iity*4Mu:mm if th'u im~ portant T'"jl, if I f .ilLI ha ir ie* tiJfhctji tf meting yunr Appr�ati3<;: I there fire rtif'bkrtih hiu fr ysar �1-1 a ami Impure ft, ichitb I jholi turner bnk spa oj tee grtjitf Hooter 'iktutf tan be J*nt to Gentlemen. Tm najf i&elws:, irW fjil'-fl i**tlle Sew***, KoBrar GojJstiiAtt. A Very ctjnjideriAle XunJrtr cf th Worthy ZJ~ * ttrymrn sf liii ('.sty tat-ttg terJCA Ms th* mi1! fflOtttnt manner, tj (upper t art J pr-jmuTt let In:ft J if fhr fc&zius Qem~ �tfem/*:-ttf�'ar^to " jn^e tin City ia P,nr^amtmm irr. Harnrbrry PaiKc.-.. Llii i�i AIL Str jo.'.n Rire-ird, Kcj x'4 AJiL Mica;ai� Perry, Fxtd e\M. ......-........-.....1.......federr^^KzaKr;- 'frs*?  Atf. Il .'1 r-TJ L: -i "vzH mtft a jrrrr-'i rh(Ti�sn-T, e\ rtati t ... wrente min tt t.'r^j*ot ti* <-*��.-/ �r ' nJ.trt fl.-.!1 Cai-i.u, '.r tie d.; "o**e f tie* ;