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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 12, 1943, London, Middlesex Numb. SATURDAY, February ia, 1743 ZW, February back and remain, the Mortar Bomb the Princefs Amelia, Mart The Lady Cddnngton lies dangeroufl/ ill at Sir Wllliaxn \ Codrington*s Lodgings in St. James's Street. On Wednefday fait died af Paddington in Middlefex, Mrs. Barton, a Widow Gentlewoman, who, 'tis reported, Exeter, Wefton, the Montfort, J^asJcft a confiderablcperfonal Eftate, and has appointed Hanflup ; and moil of the Outward-bound. Arriv'djtheGranadaBomb; the Henningham-Cailie, Biefs, the Hackley, Wilfon, the Booth, Hoi-lion, the John, Paul, and the St. Elizabeth, Majoribanks, all from Jamaica ; the John, Maynard, from New-York ; and the Bleffiog, Cooper, from Newcastle. Wind N. W. Yefterday arrhr'd a Mail from France. Paris, Feb. 15. 4^Pran�>tion of General Officers will fee made forthwith. Marlhal Bdleifle is expeded here 6h the 20th inftant. The Marquis de Rambure, who is arnv'd lere from the Army, reports, that at ixis Departure they apprehended the Life of M. de Vanguyon, Sou-in-Law to M. de Bethune, to be in great Danger, having broke one of his Legs and an Arm, by being overturned, aad throvvn into a Ditch thirty Foot deep, as he was going to wait that the Lord who there, and in four upon the Prince of Conti. They write from 5/. Meuhould, receives the Duty upon Turf arfin_ other neighbouring Villages, having endeavoured to force the Inhabitants of thofe Places to pay him new and additional Duties, they-all quitted their Habitations, forfook the Country, and fled; fo that the Troops which were ftnt to be quartered in the Houfes of thofe who refused to pay their Taxes, as alfo the Officer who carried the Orders to the Militia, found the whole Country uninhabited. On the 12th inftant an Ordonnace from the King was publiih'd, purporting, that 1800 Militia {hall be forthwith niCrA in thiQ-Pifv and Suburbs, the fame to be divided Men-each Corpo whether Tradefmen> Artificers, Labourers, or other Inhabitants whatfoever, or wherefoever to be met with throughout the City, except fuch as are exempted by theft Rank, Office, or Profeffion ; and that an Account of all the Men from fixteen to forty Years old, and not lefs in Stature than five Foot high, be taken, and delivered to fuch Officers as M. de Maryille, Lieutenant-General of the Police, fhall appoint, in order to draw by Lot in his Prefence the 1800 Men before-mention'd. of a Letter f? ' fcripfc received from his Court, by way of Anfwef to the ' Refcript iflued from the Imperial Court, and of which fo ' much Notice has been taken. Thofe who know any * thing of the matter are of Opinion, that it does not 1 fufficientlyprove the Charge laid to the Emperor's Door, * that he is obftinately bent againft any reafonable Terms 4 ofan Accommodation, but impute that to the Conduit of * the Queen : So that it's thought that Minifter will wait * for new Inftru&ions before he prefents the laid Refcript. * The -Treaty concluded between the Emprefs of RuJJia 1 and his Britannick Majefty, to which the King ot'PrujJia * and the States General are invited to accede, is faid to * be only defensive, and that each contrading Party is to * furnifh an equal Quota in fupport of it ,* the Ruffians * having ftipulated not to meddle witb the Affairs in Italy, * nor the Engliih with thofe depending between her Im-4 perial Majefty and the Turks and Thamas Kouli Kan. ? Some Alterations are made with7 refpett to the March * of the Troops in the Low Countries: The Hanoverians 4 have already pafs'd the Maefe, and are to go through * the Territories of Liege. Thofe of Hejfc are quarter1 d in * Hainault. Thofe ot Britain remain in Flanders, in leftation more 20000 ' not begin their March till portant Mans, Aetb, CbdrUroy, and expos'd.' L. O N HeJTu ay not be left defenceless D O N. _ j!karles Clarke, Efq; lately appointed one of the Barons oFthe Exchequer, was call'd alone to the,Degree of a Serjeant at Law in the Court of Common-Pleas in Weftminfter-Hall. He was fupported in the- Ceremony by his Majefty*s Attorney and Sollicitor-General. There was no Entertainment at Lincoln's Inn Hall as frfgal on fuch an Occafibn, it being put off till next Term. We hear that Mr. Baron Clarke will be fwq|pi in this Night, and go the Weftern' Circuit with Mr. Baron JUynoIds. We hear that the Infolvent Debtors Bill will commence from the *oth of January laft. Yefterday died, in an advane'd Age, at her Houfe in Old Bond-Street, the Rt, Hon. the Lady DowagerClifford, Relift of Charles Lord Clifford, only Son of Richard firft Earl of Burlington. She wasyoungeft Daughter of George firllEarJ of Berkeley. She was a Lady" of drift Virtue, exemplary Kely, and extenfive Charity; and having acquitted iierfelf withJkpplaufe in all Parts of Life, as Wife, Mother, Miftrefe, and'Friend, foe has left behind her a Character as will make her juftly regretted by all who had the Happinefi of knowing her. She had pAe only Daughter, whp died^fom^ Yta^ befrreber,. the Wife ofjja E^i Commoner of his Majefty's Revenue of Utesifc. George Wright, Efq; of Panton-Square, her fole Executor. On Thurfday died Mrs. Hollinfffworth, Wife\ of Mr. Hollinrfworth; Banker, in Lombard-Street. Mr. Green is appointed Alphabet-Keeper in the General- Poft-Office, in the room of Mr. Jofeph Archer. On Thurfday Night lait Aim Mallony was committed to Newgate by Col. De^Veil, for treafonable Praftices. And Yefterday Robert Thorrowkettle, one of the moft noted Gamblers about this Town, was by the fame Gfefc* tleman committed to Clerkenwell-Bridewell, for cheati% and defi afxt tbt Governors of ChriJI-Hofpital, bmJhn* G 5 n T V B m e n, O UK Votes and Interefl; are moft humbly dcuVd tor SUSANNA ME (Wifi of the Rev. Norm a n Mea d,. 3f J To be Miffreisof thcM~>:dcn School in Chrift-Hofpiral, in the room of my late Almt>Mrs. Snfanna'Browne, deceas*^ j having been Aflifent to her in the BufineS of the^ lafd School upwards of twenty Years, and for two Yean paflrfiave bai fole Care and Management thereof. Your Favour kv. this Repeft-will be �fteem*d a fingular Obligadon, fay, Y*ur mofi bbedient Servant, Sufanna Mead. Note, The-great Work in die faid School, at thiapme efpecialiy, requhing my daily Attendance, I-humbly feope thofe Gen^emen whom! cannot conveniently wait upon will excufcit, and accept of me\&pgfccauou of my trien4s in my Behalf. '''/j^L'h'-Perlbns who ha^ ai>y Survivorihip X^Jl Orders of the Exchequer rrtadc in 1693, are defir'd to meet rn Friday the 18th inlfant, at She o*Clock in the Evening, at the Crown and Anchor Tav em, over-^gairft St. Clement's Church, intheStnnd, toconfultthetecn, and bfjpg wirh them their Orders. EnquireJor No. ^rtE Creditors of- Johf Rogers, formerly of London, Broker, a'-Bajikrupt, deceas'd, are defir'd to meet Mr. �Tttccrton, the furvlving Aflignee, on Thuifday t^e 17th infant, at Three o'Clocfc in the Afternoon, at the Virginia and Maryland Coffee-Houfe, behind the ftoyal Exchange, on fpecial Affairs._ _ February 11, 1 743. F the Lady who was fo kind as to d�re�t a Letter Yefterday to K. Y. to be left with J. Cattenis, in Pope%s-Head-A!ley, Cornhill, mentioning the particular Drefs at the Mafquerade, pleafes to obferve the Letter came to Hand this Day, fo 'twas impoffible to obey her Commands, he has only to hope, from her good Scnfe an(* Oenerofity, what he can expect from no other Motive, viz. a Renewal of the Favour by another Letter, directed as above, which will be always acknowledge as a particular Favour, by a Gentleman whofe Face defer/es no Mafk, or his Intentions need one^_-_ Y. that adverrtis'd on Wednesday laftr is dcfir'd to /ay, if a Lady a few Years under forty, that has rather more than 40001. and is qualified in other Refpetts, will not ahfw^r hi� Purpofs, tho' fhe fhould infill upon living three or four Months of the Year in Town, in a fober Way, among her Relations. and ^tter fign'd Amicus is receiv'd i the Perfon who Vent it will be fo kind as to call,*or by a Line fend ere they may be fpoke with, in order toatnjke an Enquiry iato the Affair, the Favour tyall be thankfully acknowledged, and meet with a fuitablc Reward. K. W H kk EAS' a Perfon rn the ift inftant borrowed a chafed Gold Watch, with two Gold Seals, and having^ndrTrettmi'd-it, he is hereby requa-'d to acquaint the Owner where it is if pawnM, that it may be r -.^eni'd ; if he do s n�t in two Days from the Publication hereof, he wiJI bs pro Rented wi h the utmoft Severity, A, L L Perfons who have any jf^5k'"5ie Eftate of Arthur Ac'and, late of London, Merchant, deceit-'d* are o:tfir*d to deliver th?ir refp-'dive Cl.iim- in W.iring within twelve D^ys at the Houfe of Mr. Wa'do, in Brnad-S-.rcet, London. Demands on any Perfon - or Perions has any pawnM or plcdg'd at the Houfe cf Mr. George Weatherell, deceas'd, at the lower End of Nightingale-Lane, in the Pariih of St. John at Wap-ping, Mr. Jofeph Houfe and Mr. WiUfam Court, Executors to the deceas'd/ give Notice, that they are dcftYd to fetch them in a Month1* Time, otherwife they will be fold. Attendance will be given at the faid Houfe on Wednefdays and Thurfdays to deliver the faid Goods. Goods ALL iJ"be no ways affected by anything they can do: And therefore trie Man::;gc-Fecs, Licence on a Five-Shilling Stamp, together with'the Certinc-re, amount1 but to a Guinea on Sundays till Six. at Night, except the Titfle of Divine Service, which is from half an Hour after Eleven till One, and fnln Four till Five o1 Clock j but on the Week-Days it is a Guinea till Few, a Guinea and a Half till Seven, sad Two Guineas after Seven at Nigbc The Way to the Chapel from the City is thro* Piccadilly, by the.upper End of St, James's Street, and down Qarges-Street. It is adjoining to ufcie new Market near Hyde*-Park-Corne�r More Lotteries ? At the Oak-Lottery may bring a R O R A T O R Y, t THE Corner of LincolnVInn-Fields, near dare-Market, Tomorrow, in the Evenirrg, at She, will beRellgictg WorihJp, the new Exhortation, Leffon,--Prayers for the Merchants, J^ondbn and Weftminft*", and the Country, an honeft-Parliament, and to beat France and Spain, 2. Divine Exercife of Wit, occafwn'd by the Lent-Ssafon coming-on, or Fhh-Days, a Fifh-Le&ure, the Text, Peter the FhhermaD, which Lecture was, thirteen Years ago^ recommended and cefebrated bythe then Craftf-man, now E-of-. 3. SpirituaJixtng Leclure.on the Ship^of Foob,* to carry more ihotfly to Fl-, Gafconade of Courts, "Hue and Cry after the Balance, a pieafant Picture of the Times j of the D. of Lor-nand a G-- rm-nGov-t, a Solder's Complaint* of Spain under K. J. I. the Defertion of ; Fathers and Mothers, Set. in God, Match of Sir T. "Whigand Lady Place ; an Apology for a B--metal Hero ; very heavy Cannon; Fajth prefcribM for Phyjlc; -Balance of Religion j Royal Travels, Sec. Then an Argument (no others fpeaking, or QueiriaDj anfwer'd^ on a new Political Pamphlet, O'ST out of the Shop of Mr. Jenkens,. _ Silk-D>*er, in Great Queen-Street, near Lincoln's Inn Fields, on Wednefday Night, between^thrHours of Eight and Nine, a Parcel of o& Cftintr Hangiirg* and Window-Car tains, and the half of a Man's fahie Damafk Gown-and Shagreen Lining. Whoever will bring or frnd the 6me to ^llcrcirict-Pillarsin the Street aibrefeid, fcsll receive of Mr. Baldwtnv Two Guinats R�wd, and no-Qaofiiofl* alk'd j or if fold or pawn'oV the time Restart will be pven, ;