London Daily Post And General Advertiser, April 19, 1743

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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 19, 1743, London, Middlesex Txie Lclnddn Da%Tfeifc ^G^r^l Advertifer. NuMB 2650 T U E S D A Y, April. 19, 1743. DeaK April if. �*H'�RE isnoShipin the Downs. WindN.E. ^ �praveftni^AfHl \Hy Pafs'd .larjncP^iii^tse, Sandys, from Norway; and ihc ;tady Mary, 'Bams, from Ainftcrdara. c i ^hfrlcilifln:Merchant, Cartertt; and thei.Scobbingtort,' ganger, from London ; and Succefs/Kcgwin, front Poole, fcre wwed^af Leghorh.  : rThe ]D that it wa$begna.|n awjppg r l*rme;' -fiaroh Sehe^, ^one of the. Deputies latelySthi to Feiejib%bVir� joK00^-mQdtopif^ With^ptain; Q^min:i',wy:^fr^f^fMcd,to the &wwjJhPiatiippren- r ^ tidrwi to fign Prd^naryArticTcj of Peace, if they fee Oc- cafion. , . .......... We beirfrtm Paris, that tbe^mperor is folliciting the .4bti^-Qi$lM~tf that .*� ?� aa in Germany this Campaign,11 a^i&at it is on this Account, that Cwmrf^oiafqae^aj-r^^f from Francfort' to Ver-failles. ' . . � E&falt efa Letterftym(Ffanefart, April 22, N.S. .  The! Eraprefs, who-was to have left this City Yefter-  day, :has:6on^o'ned h�*Dinariure until fhe hears of the � 'JSpkjpei^brV ftwiyat at MtoucV ' '^TheAalrtran Trbdpr^ricreafe every Day on (hjs �ide  of the Rhine; almoft all cthe Britifh add Hanoverian �'Troops iftve^palTed that' River; nothing is' waited for,  but the Arrival of t^e Daked'Aremberg and the Earl of " � "Seir,"m ofdef Wfbr"mon the.Parade in St. James's Park, wkeh a certain Number from every Company were draughted off*, in order togo abroad with his Royal High-"riefs. ' On Friday'laft the Woprwich Man of War, Captain, 'Herbert, Tailtd from Spithtad, with (he India Ships under her Convoy:' .^�-:i-J ':- ' - ;  -"! The Lords of,the Admiralty have ordered a Man of War to fail from ^pithead in three Weeks, with the Ships be�adfer Portugal. Thomas Graeme, of Ba*Igowanj the younger. Efq; was married a few Pays ago atl^bnrgh, to the' Right Hon. Lady; OhtUUan Hope, Daughter of the deceafedr Charles Earl of Hontoun. - W* hav*�n*Account, -that en - the 4th of - this- Intrant a dreadful Fire broke out in the Town of Shipwglb, in the County of Devon, by which Accident thcwhole iown (excepting, a few Houfes at the Lower-End, hading to Black-Torringflon) was confumed to Aibes.-It fcems it was occasioned by fome Embers being thrown on a Dunghill whereon (ay fome Straw, which takipg' Fire, communicated jtfistVto the Houfe adjoining^ and fb; fet the whole Town on fire. Anydft this dreadful Calamity, two Per-fons, who were loon to be married, fhiving to: gefoUt their Goods, which they had botighr towards Hoofe-keeping, were burnt to Death ; as were alfo foar fine Oxen. Some Hundreds of Families are driven to the wmoft NecefEry by this Misfortune. Ycflerday Morning died, of a Pleurefy, the' Lady of Henry,Hoare. Elqjvq� JLJncpbWnn Fie/oV, iwho>five Days before was delivered of a Daughter, ahid was thought to be out of Danger. " SfteTysran agreeable Lady, and is much lamented by aU her Aco^aifitance.. A few Days-fince died; at Edinburgh, John Lows, of Merchiftonj Efq; Yeiterday died at Stratford Mr. Lavington, an eminent Surgeon at that Place, muchelteem'd by his Acquaintance. / . � 1 Laft Night was buried at Aldermary Church, in a very hindfome manner., the Gbrpfe of Mrs. Either. Caille, a Widow Gentlewoman, who died very rich.. We hear fhe has left 1001. to the,French Church in. T.hxeadneedle-ftreet; and alfo Legacies to the feveral Hofpitals of this City.... ; . A,ftw D>ys ago dftd sit jBrjftol, in a m&aitr fuddenly, the: rioted Merchant Welfh, poflefi'd of a large Eftate,b6th Real and Perfonal. - _ On Saturday iaft one Mrs. Gay hang*d herfelf in Queen** Head Court in Grays-InnJane j fhe had roafted a Piece of Muiton by a String, and eat her Dinner with a feeming: Chearfulnefs; but immediate]/ after was found hangbg by the FirfSide. On Sunday Night a Sailor belonging to one of his Ma-jefty's Ships, being in; Bed at ra fiouie in Harp-Lane in Tower-ftreet, of a fudden leap'd out of Bed from his Companion, and pufb'd bimfelf tbnmgh the CafcnYent into the Street^ and. bniis'd himftlf in fuch a manner that it is be lieved he cannot recover. ( J% T Dlhf WLarelj0Bfe �P�n Ludgatt-Hill the! eo>her S l^?f^Y%^% a great Choice of Irifh Stqlfi, otO' ZZ1*T"' ^fipw/ great many Ladies to bay thoe, / before they go into the Qoumry 1 Hign,Water at London-Bridge this l)ay at zj Mioses after 7. ' ' -1 '  > Bank Stock 145 1 4th ex Divid. India Ditto 18/7 1 half a 187. South Sea Stock in. Ditto Old Annuities 114 7 8ths a 11$. Ditto New 113 3 8th; a 1 half. Three per Cent. Annuities lot 3 8ths a 1 hitf, Ditto 1742 101 3 8ths a 1 half. Ditto 1743 no.Frice. Million- Bank 118 3 4ths, Equivalent in. Royal Affurance 82. London Auurance 11 ^Sths a 3 4/ Harleojjin. JJojtet" � D----- �A Advertifimtnti of a mieratt Length are taken in for this Patrr it Two Shillings each. O'-ff-O ;

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