Sunday, April 14, 1743

London Daily Post And General Advertiser

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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 14, 1743, London, Middlesex The London Daily Poft, and General Advertifer. Numb. 2646. 4.^ / T ^u^.RS J>^;^ ./A?R.?>.'*4,. 1743. � * ill f ifil 'i Tufiti I i * 1 li ki f,- i| i t JJUIJ |i. |/ I ! � 1, i htiCrnceihc ii� lk*k-fegtaaOH*, Hnibrnd to the late Vyffi&i^mtfi&t MmfetfJ** a very p^icolax. fjaapti^&Mgr# ingher Gw, in fo'Wmt, ana coa*4tiiag ha fifofe her Dt^ttrfc, it is thought not difegfceaW^a inftrtJPaoo�ic, .fawils&fce.'sflwn Works. T the irft Pia.ce my WriPaa* Meaning ia>4u* my Houfe io ja^i;^r;^|ih: ^*�� Wafe*i#5^�|. a�d�Hd^StaHflt, Gardw^.Cwr�^<5r^n^^U^-*JWffbel*tfgm�; But Igiv^ihik'H^far faei ijic^iopw this exprefc Can^i^fc tmly, th^ti* my (aid.Wife Quit at WJim* maj^aj^,toM, ajp^|terVnd her WRw ; Aiidtf lio^noUwW Iffue, then te* cjjRgun Yo^'-fc^&JMftr U^uoder tiio lUttopW : &r#, now at a School in' Cheliea. " Aa& hwt I d�da^f fflqft : ftnoeYely, tide tnto fteftri&oa floes- �ot proceed from the leaftfDUlraft of, either jherKiildncfs or,Difcretipn, of,both 1 wMeh l;haW always moft ample PmoA; but this taction , really proceeds frost the fame. Love, thtt give* her this Sort -of Legacy - fiec&& thrflttevtr know soy one pf hfr-Sex !e& likely to 1^udwf$d en by any of ours, ycttl�e*ebe-�lB|f^ ihfeI^i%mJitimah tfabjre, Irhmk Igahnptfake ' tQojwodi Cfcre :fcjfcqring the r&gpinefs of he* Lifcwfcom. I eftecm and value ftjaucib ; yet all other Confidc'ratiom , TBouT? etve^Plnifc'tpJiifttce; and Equity j andthercfeic bc-caufeat odrl^kmage. Ac was fa jpaVricalarly difintettfted '�as fincerdy to forbid my buying eny Jewels for her, Wc-tfordiftg tfcCufomy *nd even to wept her own by ahy Referve td he* felfi leaving them at my Difpofal, Jthere-5 fore hereby, give b�bntirely and for ex/cr not only all. thpfe < Jewels vfam ifie: |�6e* btfe*e�dr~ Maniage, but all my other Jewels {dKept toyth*t* Gwrjes. and Diamond Garter, which I htrebygive to �y Son now,, ja Hope* he may one Day deferve to wear them) to be her own, not-vitbibmduig (ibelbaU happen to marry again. Alfoasa farther Mark, of my Depariantroafar Knrineft *rrdDif. credron; I do pot lutand Cbfir-Jttt, to whom fee has beenalwayk raoft generoiifiy indttl- gent, wkhbot myhavirgew intbe leaAdefired it of her, Seeaaie mdeed I fasciaw it would be pbjed&d to her by �eaner>nmded Wire�, And "Warned her of it Accordingly, .knowing tltia �obe�o Age or Country likely to value inch .ttnoommoa Virtm. In the next Place my Will if, that my tldeft Sen and bis Iffiie; and if J tea that a Vooth commonly caUed G&*rks Vxrbtrt% who at frekstc is at Utrecht, on-, tier tin* Tuition of Msnf. Srt^, fiull have icreu thon�^d Poands paid by my Tralhscs at my .Death, and chat my good Friend Mr. ifiUiam Bramfy, taall have the Tuition calkd C*tbtrweSt~ fhia and Charbu, ^alicacb e� them have one thoufand Pounds a-piece, paid for their Ufe and Benefit at the Twae of �y Death, ot as foon after as can be, both of them baling beanfer^ great while educated attieme by -the Kindnefscl my Wife, and fince put by my Direction and btr** io /a School at Chelfea ; and Idrfire flUlthey row be, m&x my Wife's Care and Di&eaion. 1 direftalfo thsj all! tbe/e three,Children ihould carry mvName and Aj�h, .Wieh^eAcct^omlj^.D5lUn?tion,of^o^ Children. If J 4ho4ld be, ionnbagpy ju ^at no legitimate Son nor toaughter of mine&aU li�toleavefltaoy Time that J&tef. aiag any ChiW= behind thwn, infuch?a& of their dying < thus without leaving, any, Iffue behind them ; i will and -4�*S, ^hat^bebefore-rcentioned ChuUs Htrhrt.2nd bis I0i�..lhaD Barb all my Eftatt boih Reil and Eerfonal, juft in the fame .Manner, and ivvith'the fame Rertriftiom and , JEjcceytions a to my WJfej and ^ jCondmon aHb#ajMie .aid five thoiifand Pounds toeaoh of natural p^ighters ; $�phi*voACiwkt* 1 ^rt^t ie�ya�lfp tothis i/iomt' Mrs. Lambert one rhoufand PnundV' And ifthe ftiall die -with only Iflbe Female, then 1 ^ife^^hat all my ^ftate ihall be equally divided among hisDa^^hters^ and my two �. Daoghters Sophia and Chorion; anti .ifthe Iha'U^ie child- lefs, thidn and in that Cafe my Will and Meaning^, and I dii*ft;�latratt ay h$ R#A apd; PerfonalJP�W0�^ S�co my^fwerNstwal Paoghtets. S JS^tkfns. And J�t. Cafe I die without leaving any leanto^e /ffae-niale, i: gwe to my neareft Kinlma^ Mifylf of ICenfih^ton, all my Stock-�:ih� Al^rW.o�k3, on Conditicw^at-be-performs airComra^a which i have with any Ferfon about Allom, fo as none of the (aid Perjbns ri^ay have caufg,to trouble my Executor* by making IJeinapds upon them i and in Cafe my faiij^inftija^ ftajj^ot |b engage to perform my faid Qm^:A^^Wf� M'.ftie.M Stock at.iny Alk?m-Wtfk^,ftijk%fi^r/ )^^:|eeio^.mn6'(^b4:' Artdlgive fifty Pounds among the Poor pf WeAmmfter, where 1 bAve hVed fo long, and out of which J am not Y&y ijkejly .to die, and, theosfore defirc to be buried in the Ab|yi,#�"^ t^ my laft dcirWifc thereMftfih* �nd atfo ^mjprefeacfikar, Wife w)mdead,, may bqtbbelaid by me, if my prefent Wife fhall think it fitting, as file has often ' earner'"^efir'ed me t6 ^eC?re of it. And Uieoniy deafen why I would not reritovethe Body of my firft Wife (having had the moil extraordinary Blemng of three kind . an.d excePent Wives} is bccanfe it lies in the Covntry, and by. bef^jow^ Mother. And now if my lal^ an^deareft Wife Ihouid think fif to have any Monument bellowed on my Grave, as her Partiality to trie has often m$de her ex 1 pref. herftlf'that'Way; I ppfitivdy foibid it mould eoft above 500 Pounds, befides and over and above the Charge pf my Funeral, which I alfq forbid to be any thing ex-. "trao;r0ijjfary ^, jknd I order iand direft that thefe Expences both pi inneral and lyionument be paid out pf that my Perianal Effete Which 1 have, given to my next Heir. [Here ht direfis bis Infcriptifv.'] I give ^Vyflfe all ^Coaches and Horfes.and Furniture of' my Hppfe, eicent: Pictures and Plate, which I , igjve hj?f oijly depn^ her Widowhood. BUCKINGHAM. Aiign&a. >7*6� Since my Wilt, written all fame time ago with my'own iiaadf an jfccdd>nt has happened thatcambe go t in. to bear her prefe nt Expences. . H ' ij- '. - . .1 T- . ' ' ., '.i' ' JJtat, April 12. CAME down and failed the Richard and Martha,�vcr-.deo, tbrUfbon. Came down Hadey, Wjlfyn. for , �5iriia; Friendftnp, -r-r-t forQeooaj Kitty, Quillen, for iwland { Vernon, ^Smith, Sac Havre-rfk^gra<:f ^ , iiut. back Ruby, Wharfe, -for Virginia; Greyhound, �Wood, ibr Jamaica and remain with the.Colchefler.Maccles^eJd; | and the j^ch'Sb^ ajar Ejuil-Indiai Gteat Britain, Cruick-(hanka, for jfamaicaj andjthetwo Tenders. Arrived the, .$eajt|or4e, DViJ&n* from Lancafler; and ftfyfyj, i^ckfcrd, iKjmCbeiter.TWkd W.S. W. Gumfmi< April 1 e. Pafe'd by Maffia, Smith, -from LHbon $ Ebe^ttter, Didwin; and Crown Prince, Tide-jnan, flfairi^rway. The Meregry^ Bennet, from the Bay of Honduras, is Hrriye4 it Jamaica,. The Prince William,, oderick, from Qpo^o^inJiVmputh Roads. p N D O N. We'hear from Genoa, that Admiral Matthews continues to make Preparation* for an important Expedition ; and that as be bas intimated fome Ditgtrltat receiving no Marks of Regard frojm,the Republick, fince bis having had the Command of the Brktfh "FJeer in the jMedhertanqan, the Senate,have appointed the Mar x"JFio�rx, mark-'d L M, with one Man drowAldr being ail taken up near that Harbour.* '{,ettpr from Ne . 'Veflerday fc'mvight we had a violent Storm, or rather � hurricane of Wind, at N.E. which sbegan at Six in the � Morning. Seven Cooler belonging to this River being � tben at Sea, aitempted to make tbe^iarbonr, two of � which got in wn% great Difiiculty; but the other five ' being at a greater Diftance from the Land, and the Men * imscbfaf^gued when they camejnearthe Shear, render'd * them incapable to manage theirBoats.fo that they were ail, � to tie Number of 19, loft in fight of a|^ila|iany Peo- * pie, who could give them no Affiftaoce. Tato Veflels ' belonging to Hartiy, and .one belonging to �iyxh, were � alfo loft at the fame Time, and all the Penpkyeriln'd.- * Several Snips lying at Sunderland were droyi . to Sea in * great Confufion, running foul of eacXwtbej, with the * Lc-feof their Mafts� Bowfpiiit?./te. Aba we daily hear ' of Damage done along the Coaft; two Ships founder'd "* near the Bay, one of wnioh appear'd tone a new one, of 4 300 Tons, the other about 200, whole Crews all pe- * xifh'd ^ tfac Rigging *&d Mails of a Smp is come aihore ' near Scarborough i another Ship hkewife run aihoar at the fame Place; and beat toPfoJces; and a great lire Coaft. Wrecks appear along all the Xqrn many At the Brandy Warehoufe under the 3loyal-Exchange Punch-Houfe, are jiow on Sale, thebeft Jamaica Rum at 7 s. Qd. .^he beft Coniac Brandy at�*. and-Batavia Arrack at 14 s. per Gallon; but if the Arrack is taken fronv the India-Houfe, or the Brandy or �um off the Keys, when Landed, there will be an Abatement.-And ^t the faid Warehoufes are now on Sale a confideralale Quantity of -Brandy and Rom made hits Shrub of Oranges of this Year'g Importation, and then in the greateft Perfection -And as Perfons may be defirws of having SampJeypf the fame, the ^above Brandy and RtraV (if -fold in a lefs Quantity than a 'Gallon') h 1 s. per Pint, andArrack ir. 9 d. Jdverfifementi of a moderttt Length are taken in for this Patvr it Two Shillings each.

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