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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 18, 1743, London, Middlesex The lJ5ijdpn DaUy Poft, and General Advertifer. NuMB*2784- T U E S DAY, October 18, 1743. Deal, Oftober 16. 10 Ship in the Downs. Wind E.N.E. . Gravifeni, 03. 16. Pafs'd by Mary, Gilby; and Jemima, Cla'ribut, from CalaisWeft, Gilby, from Dunkirk j Middle, burgh Packet, Moody, from Middlcburgh ; John and Betty, Stratum, from Oftend; Content, Story, from Riga; Diamond, 'Daniel j ana* Elnibeth. Taylor, from St. Kitts; Cruizer, ^trangeways; and' Molly Pink, from Jamaica ; Ruffel, Cunningham, from Maryland; Ackworth, Jones, from Carolina; Lifbon Packet, Talbot, from Faroe 1. Hope, Feris, from NevisGloucefter, Townfend ; Nottingham, Harris7; Conqueft,Hart; Owner's Supply, Cooper; Ruby, Mangles; Strickland, Corney; Nightingale, Weller; Robert, Lifter ; Induftry, Hopkins j Speedwell, Hooper; Roma Merchant, Walker; and the Revolution, Symonds, from-Peterfbargh; Friend's Goodwill, Sunderland, from Dantzick; St. Peter, Elks, from Hamburgh} Delight, Hunter, from Rotterdam ; Queen Anne, Jahnfon, from Norway. Jrrived at feveral Ports. TheJEdward, M'Carty ; and Blackwater, Davey, from Cork, 'are arrived, at Antigua. . The Nottingham, Coolage, from Cork, at St. Kitts. The Gibraltar, Mickle, from London; Golden Eagle, Hinton ; and the John, Emmet, from Newfoundland, at Leghorn. The Fanny, Haniford, from Antigua, at Falmouth. The Induftry, Biily, ,fr�m St. Kites, at Plymouth. The Neptune, Burgh, from Falmouth, at Oporto. LONDON. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. txtraS J|ujB|^"A6ieton, Bart, was married to Mifs Afhe-fe^igaigh AJb^top,, erf J^gdale, ifi the. )uety of Lancafter, Efq; at Gilburn Park, thc^eaf-of her. Uncle, Thomas Lefler, Efqj Member of Parliament for Clithero ; a very agreeable Lady, with a handfome Fortune. On Saturday laft > Cock, Efq; of Camberwell, was married at St. Paul's, to Mifs Freer of Lewiuam ; a Lady of Beauty, Merit, and a Fortune of 70001. Yefterday Morning died Mr. Timms, one of the Gentlemen of Weftminfter-Abby, and Minor-Canon of St. Paul's Cathedral. The Rev. Mr. Evans fucceeds the above Gentleman in the Choir of Weftminfler-Abby, and Mr. Baily in that ofSt.Paul*i. By Letters from Barbadoes we have an Account, that Capt. Finny, Commander; of the Frlendfhip, died at that Iflandonthe 2iftofAuguft. He was a Perfon of good Character, and much cfteem'd by his Owners, and all chat knew him. Yefterday was buried in a handfome manner, at the Quakers. Burial Ground in Whitechapel, Mr. Jonathan Scarth, formerly a very eminent Virginia Merchant.- There is a Story told of this Perfon ; that many Yean ago he had 10 Tickets in one of the State Lotteries, juft before the drawing of which, a Correfpondent of his came from Holland about Bufinefs, and expreftinga Defire to have a Ticket to try his Fortune, Mr. Scarth threw them all before him, and bid him take That he lik'd ; which prov'd a Lucky one, for it came up 10,0001. On Sunday died ia Hatton-Garden Mrs. Oldecup, in the 39th Year of her Age, Wife of - Oldecup, Efq; a Gentlewoman much eHeem'd by her Acquaintance. - Yefterday Morning a Fine happened at Mr. Night's in Little DifUfF-Iane near St. Paul's, which burnt the upper Part Of the Houfe, occafipa'dbya Bricklayer, who isfup-pofed to be out of his Senfes, fetting fire to the Garret where he lodg'd. He was taken before the fitting Alderman, who order'd him to^be taken care of, till he was .properly pafs'd to the Parifli be belongs to. Yefterday the TEMPLE PUNCH - HOUSE was open'd;. at which Place there was all Day and Evening a great Re-fort of Gentlemen and Tradefmen, who were all of Opinion, that the PUNCH was in every Refpc& to fuch Per-fe�Uon.as not to be excelPdat Afhley's ; and every thing conduced with fuch Regularity and Oeconomy that the Company in general unammoufly agreed to fupport and encourage the (aid Houfe, as being an Undertaking of very great Ufe and Benefit to that Part of the Town. We hear, that at the Rummer Tavern, Charing Crofv. there has been yaft Numbers to fee the Famous Jfrieait, moftly Phyficians and Surgeons, all greatly approving of the furprizing AI eration in this wonderful Phauiomcnon fince the Year 1740; and that this is a quite different Sub-jeft from any treated of by Doftor Parfons', in his Treatift of Hermaphrodites, will plainly appear to any Surgeon, . upon his Examination of it.- . As the Company are at prefent but thin in that Part of the Town, they are now moved oppofite to the Bell, a little within the Old BaiJy from Ludgate-hill, the firft Front .Floor. . At CORBETT's correel Lottery Office at Addifoa's-Headagainft St. Dunftan's Church in Fleet-ilreet, Gentlemen and Ladies may venture to Regiftcr their Tickets with the utmoft fafety, and be fatisfied of having an immediate Account of their Succefs fent 'em dire&ly as their Tickets are drawn, as he takes fuch particular Care, during the whole Time of Drawing, to poft the Numbers into his Numerical Book,.every half Hour with the greateft Ex-a&nefs with his own Hand, that 'tis next to an impoffibi-Iity there Ihould be a Miftake. Tickets as well as Shares f Tickets are now fold at his faid Office in any Proportions, at the very loweft Prices ; and as an Encouragement to thofe who become Adventurers in his Office in Shares, he will pay the Money for each Share, bs it Blank or Prize, the very fame Day 'tis drawn. No. 53764, a Prize of 5000 1. the largeft Prize fold or_ fhar'd at anyOfficein London, being fold by J. HAZARD, befides feveral others of 30001. 1000 1. cool. &c. in former Lotteries, occafions a great Demand for Tickets and Shares of Tickets, at his Office under the Royal-Exchange, and at his other Office fronting Stationers-Hall. Tickets regifter'd at either of thefe Offices will be enter'd in two - different Numerical and Regilter Books, and at two fepa-rate Offices ; by which Method, the Account from either Office [may be depended on a3 the moft correct and #au-thentick. Briflol, 03. 16. Monday laft Mr. William Morgan, who kept the Sign of the Three Mariners in Chriftnoas-ftreet, being feized with a fudden Vomiting of Blood, as he was coming out of a Houfe in Caftle-ftreet, expired in & few Minutes. Tuefday laft being the Anniver&ry of his Majefty's Coronation, the fame was obferved in this City with theufual Demonftrationsof Joy. Wednefday next is appointed for a General Review of the Regiment quartered here, commanded by Lieutenant General Earrel. It will be made on Durdham-Down, ia the Prefence of Lord Tyrawley. A few Days ago the Bones and Clothes of a Man who had been miffing about two Years, were found by fbxna Coal Misers is an old Pit in Kingfwoed. IRELAND. -�- BubOn; OS. ff: ^Monday laft Arthur Roche, Efq; waa fworn Mayor of Limerick, Henry Leures, and Richard Maonfel, the younger, Efqrs. Sheriffs, Mathew Mc Neman, Efq; Recorder, and Mr .Benjamin Roche, Town* Clerk for the Vear enfuing. Randle Weftrope, Efq; is alfo fwom Mayor of Cork for the Year enfuing. Yefterday was married at the Quakers Meeting-Houfe in Sycamore-Alley, Mr. Joftiua Strangman, to Mifs Pettigrew, an agreeable young Lady with a handfome Fortune. Same Day died at his Houfe in Mary-ftreet, -- Meredith, Efq; a Gentleman of a very good Character. Mr. Frederick Gore, Land Waiter at Limerick, is made Surveyor of that Port, in the room of Edmond Nettervilie, Efq; deceas'd. ~ Ehnijktllen, 03. 5. There is in the Garden of Mr- Jo-feph McNabb about half a Mile from hence, a Pear-Tree. the third Time this Seafon in Bloflbm, and the fecond and third Growths of the Fruit now on tho Tree; the firft was pull'd in June, the fecond now, which is as large as the firft, and the third is as large as Hazel-Nuts; there is alfo in the fame Garden an Apple-Tree with a great Number of Blof-foms on it, and if the good Weather candnnes there will be fmajl Apples. Great Numbers of People refort here to fee the Pear-Tree, which is allowed to ba a great Curiofity ia this Part of the World. The Harveft in thefe Parts met with the moft agreeable Seafon ; and every Kind of Grain is exceeding Good, but bears no Demand. 72 "2 �2 High Water this Day at London-Bridge, at 21 Minutes after 11. Bank Stock 146 1 4th a 34th*. India Ditto 194. South Sea Stock 113; 14th. Ditto Old Annuities 1)5 5 4ths a 7 8ths. Ditto New 114 5 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 102 5 8ths. Ditto 1742, 10a 5 8ths. Ditto 1743, 100 .7 8ths. Million Bank 110. Equi: "valenT 'ill. Koylil Ailurance80. Jjundon AJiurance'TT 7 8ths. Englifli Copper 41. 10 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Lean no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no. Price. Bank Circulation a 1.17 s. 6 d, Pr. India Bonds 41. 18 s. a 19 s. Prem."" Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Prem. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 4 1 half Prem. Three per Cent. Ditto a Difc. Lottery Tickets 111. 10 s. 4ivtrtiftmnii (jf 4 mderate Length art taken in fer this Paper at Tw Shillings task. 8^ o
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