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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 18, 1943, London, Middlesex r _ ' J 4 Numfc. 3744. TUESDAY, j a n ii /i r y 18, 174^ 1 7 16. fly's Ship the and Greyhound, from a Cruize, with the Shark remains Wind I Sloop. n Ext rail of a Let t$r from Paris, dated January 14. * Several Intendants of Provinces have lately inform'd the Court of __ � the deplorable Condition of many * DiftriOs and Balliages in their Generalities, and of the t Offers that fome Communities have made;, to pay a cer-HE Leave Officers and Seamen belonging to his Majefty s Ships the Sheemefs and Royal Efcape being expird, the Lords Com-mijjtoners of the Admiralty do firiSly charge them to repair immediately on board the Princefs Royal, w:icb is fitting out at Chatham for the Sea, in which Skip they will be paid their Wages for the Sheemefs, and Royal Efcape, and two Months Wages Advance ; hut if any of the /aid Petty Officers and Men fail to repair on. board the faid Ship Princefs RowL they will not only lofe the afire-mention"d Payments, be alfo apprehended and tried at a Court-Martial ters. Tho/Corbett. Deft Joft on the Ifland of Skies. On the 31ft of December a Ship was on Fire off of Mulloghmore, which drove upon the Bar of Bally-Shannon, on the Coaft of Ireland. On her touching the Bar her Mails fell down, the Ship being burnt to the Water's Edge, Her Cargo confifted of Rum, Sugar, and Staves. Her Name is faid to be the Betty, Capt. Weft, bound to Cork. Several Things, to the Value of about 2001. have beeir fcv'd ; and the Mafter and Crew, we heat, have got fafe on Shore near Killebeggs. Yefterday the Earl of Wilmington fet out for Bath tor the Recovery of his Health. * ^ ^ We are inform'd that Ac " * ! "~ Admiralty-Office, 12 January, 1742. rHE Lords Commiffioners of the Admiralty having order d his Majefty s Ship the Monmouth to proceed to Spitbead, where jbe will be paid on her Arrival', it is their Lordjbips Direifion, that all the Seamen who were turned over from the Princefs Louifa into her, and are abfent from their Du'y, do immediately repair on board the faid Ship, her Captain being dire'Sed to Run all fuch as do not appear on hard by the zzd infant; after which time all fuch as are then abfent will not only lofe their Wages, but alfo be liable to be taken up as Deferters, and tried at a Court-Martial. Tho. Corbett Commons The Lords of the Treafury have appointed Mr. Samuel Jones to be a Land-Waiter in the Port of London. We hear that Mr. Robinfon, of St. Katherine's, many Years Afliftant to Mr. Marfton, will fucceed him as Mafter Baker of the Vi&uallmg-Office. Yefterday died Mr. Ra^yner, an eminent Brewer, Partner with Mr. Stanton; at Limehoufe. Yefterday fifteen Prifoners were tried at theOldBaily, five whereof were capitally convifted, viz. Patrick Kelly and Katherine his Wife, and Garrett Cavenagh and Honor his Wife, for counterfeiting the current Coin of this King-dom 5 and Thomas Commins, for .affaulting and robbing Samuel Bond of a Holland Shirt, and other Things. Two were caft for Tranfportation, and eight acquitted.- Laft Saturday a Woman tffent to fee a Perfon In the Poultry-Compter, whofe Miftrefs ihe had formerly been, and on his refufing to fhew her a. Letter he was writing, flieftabb'd lxim in the Side with a long Clafp-Knife; A Surgeon was immediately fent for, but it was thought laft Night he could not recover. � Several Inhabitants of the Town are defir'd to call $n lylr. Dutch, at Apothecaries .Hall in Hack-Fryan, Tomorrow, being thb 19th inftant, or any Wednesday after, between the Hourrof Ten and One, to receive tteir MJpe&ve Prooctfions bf tb* Afife^ of the faid Chriflaac Pices tome tothe Kinds Weftminfter-Abbeyy Jan. 17, 1743- WHEREAS on Friday Night, the i^h inftant, tha Poor's Box, which was tfiade of Tubftantial Iron, and faftenM to one of the Stone Pillars in tfie South' Crofs of this Abbey-Church, was wrench'd off with an Iron Crow and other Tools, and flolen and taken away, together tfith all the Money contain'd therein; whoever therefore will difcover the Perfon or Perfons who committed this Robbery, fhall, upon the Convi�lion of iucti Perfon or Perfons, receive Five Guineas Reward, to be paid by Mr. Davies, the Receiver to the Dean and Chapter of "Weftrninfter. N. B. The Perfon or Perfons who committed the faid Robbery, enter'd into the faid Abbey-Church at one of the Windows on the North Side thereof, and left an Iron Crow, three Mafons Chiileis, and a Melon's Point, behind. _ no the Honour of Admiral VERNON, LL thofe brave Sailors who were on board the Burford at the taking of Porto Bei!o, that will come to the Horns in Gutter-Lane, in Chcaplide, as foon as they can be Jparcd from Wi board the faid Sh:p, (-jp-n givir.g Notice to the Mafter of the faid Hcivfe) fhall be entertain'd with good Eating and entire Butt Beer for one Day gratis, as a fmall Acknowledgment for thq great Services they have done their Couatry, by A true Lover of his Country. WHEREAS in the Year 1730, and after, one William Vincent, and John Pinthih, did live Servants vvlth Mr. John Boxwell, who then did, and ftiil continues to krep the Bell T?vern in Friday-Street ; if either or "both the above be living, they are dcfir'd immediately to apply to Mr. Alexander, Attorney at Law, in Threadneedle-Street, or advife him Where they now refide 5 in either of which Cafes they -mall be rewarded-for their Trouble. Note, Willinm Vincent did live fince at the New Inn at Ecdter, and is fvrppos'd^to be fettled in Exeter. John Pinchih is fappos'd ta live Servant in fome bf the Villages within fifteen or twenty Miles of London. A DR. ut,5AUULit,Kb begins a Courfe of Ejcperimental Philofophy and Avbronomy, wherein the Principles of MecjianicJcs, Hydroflat:cks, Pneumaticks arid Qpticks, art explain'd and demonirrated by abeut 300 Experiments j and the Aftronomy is made.eafy and diverting bv Planetariams and feveral new Machines, whereby the Motions, Magnitudes, Difrances of the Hefeenly Bo4ies, and Phenomena of the Tides, are exa&Ty (hewn and explain'd. Subfcriptions are taken in by, and Catalogues may be had of Mrs. Senex, over-agaioft St Duncan's Church in Fleet-Street, and Mr. Changuion, at Juvenal's Head, near Sorr.erfet-Hotfe in the Strand, Eookfellers j and of Mr. Margas, Spechcle-Maker, at Charing-Crofs; and at the Bedford Coffee-Houfe in Co vent- Garden afo redid.__ T the KING'S THEATRE in rhe _ HAY - MARKET, th:s Day, being the iStli of January will fas perform'd a new opera, call'd E N R I C iy the 2 iji infant^ at Six in the t rimental-Room ever the Bedford Coffi ihe Great Piazzas^ Convent- Garden, DESAGULIERS b O. Admiralty-Office, 11 January, 1742. if Ahfence given to the P-etty [ t With Dances and other Decorat:ons entirely new. Rt and Boxes to be put wsether ; and no Ver'cns ti> be af3~"kred without ckeo, which v/:il be delivered this Day at the O.nce in die Hay-Maiket^ at Half a Guinea each. - Gallefy�Five Shilling. ' By H'fs M A JEST Y'i Command, No Perfoa whatever to be admitted behind the Scenes. The Gallery wiH be open'd at I[our o1 Clock, Pit and Boxes at Five. To beg-'n at Six o* Clock. A By particular T)?fire> T the Great Ball Room, late Kickford**, in Panton-Street, St. James's, this Day, the iSth initant, will be A B A L L. At Half a Guinea a Ticket, which will admit two P�rfons.. Tickets for fingle Perfons to be had at the Room for 53. 6d. each> The BALL will begin at Ten o* Clock. Note, Tea and Chocolate will be fcrvM gratis till Two o* Clock. Tickets to be had at the Britifh Coftee-Houfe, in the Court of Requefb; at Nando*s CofFee-Houfe, Temple-Bar; at Jancway's Coffee-Houfe, near the Royal Exchange 5 and at Maltun's Warehoufe, in Panton-Streetafbreiaid. Note, Care will be taken not to admit ill Gompany, and to carry it on with all potfible Decerum. ' For the ^Benefit Mrs. BUTLER. T the Theatre Royal in Lincoln's Inn Fields, A on Monday the 14th of February, will be prefented a Comedy, (not acted this Seaion) caiTd LOVE for LOVE. The Fart of Mrs. Frail by Mrs. BUTLElL-. , To which will be added, The HONEST YOR.K&HIREMAN, And Entertainments of Dancing. Boxes 5 s. Pit s. GSfiery 2 s* Tickets to be had at Mrs. Butler's Houfe in King->Street, Coveat-Gardeuj and at the Theatre,_____ T~The Britannia in St. Michael's Alley, Cornhai, this prefent Tuefday, being the 18th of Jansary, will be a CONCERT of Inlhixmental si c K. M U To be conrJnuM every Tuefday Evening, inftezd of Friday, during the Winter Sealbn, by, Gentlemen, your humble Servant, . Henry Davits. Note, There are Inftmments provided for Gentlemen Performers. � At the Boarding-School in the Broad Wayr, oppofite the Wa4'Ch-Houfe, Ijlington, OU.NG Gentlemen sre boarded ap a moderate Price, and carefully taught Engliih, Latin, Greek, Writing and Accompts, &c. By GEO. ALLINGH "AM. For I ROTTERDAM, S A A C a fid A n" K Thomas Gray, Commander, Sloop., AILS on Friday next, now lying on" Sir y hn Parfcns's Stain, to talf c in Goods and Paflcrrgers \ and may be fgofee wrth at Exchange-time on tne Dutch Walk, or at ths Amiterdam CorTee-Hcafe near the Royal Ex--change; and before and after, at the Sign.of thflr Tyger near Tower-Dock ;-J�t the Cock an'i Lycn> atShrJohnParfons'sStairs, St.Katneria�*s$ or JPeter Vonk for the Mafter* ;