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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 4, 1943, London, Middlesex mm^-w^w-^^^'vw^'-�l"-ja"! f^t* f r FRI DAT, Ma rc;h i, '743 Deal,. March 2. , SIRRlVD; the 'Leopard Man of War, from Lifbbn j the Pomxen Merchant, Jolly, from Maryland ; and the Difpatch Tedder. Came ' 1 ft- yeflefday -came ooiat the>Veftit}s-Room of St. Margaret l^ttinftery:^pfcEl^on otiClericorttetf-furif&i mine rbSto bTTWr.^vTluTattt Wood, deceased, when Mr. William Broo.ks was elecl�d by a confiderable,Majority. . On Wednefday a Soldier having-, fome Words with a Man in the Strand, .drew his Bayonet and ftabb'd him in the Groin. The Wound is fome Inches deep, and 'tis thought the Man cannot recover^ Yefterday oae Katherine Penny was committed to Clerkenwell-Bridewell by Col. De 'Veil, for cheating and defrauding Mr. William Stephens of Four Guineas and a half, by felling him fix Half-Dozen of falfe and counterfeit Play-houfe Tickets as real good ones, knowing them to be falfe and' counterfeit. Being examin'd and^fearch'd, feveral Petitions were- found upon her, addrefs'd to Perfons of Rank and Diftinftion ; and at the bottom of them, the Names of feveral Perfons of Quality, with large Sums of Money fet down againft their faid Names, pretended to be given her in Charity by thofe Perfons of Qiwiky. Yefterday. Margaret Sands, Sarah Dawfett, and Sarah Ricketts, were committed by Col-De Veil to Ncw-Prifon, for further Examination, for decoying a Gentleman, who was in Drjnk, into the Playhoufe-Paffage CofFee-Houfe in Bridges-Street, where they put him to Bed, went all three to .Bed to him, and foon after fdonioufly took out of his Breeches Pocket a fine Gold Watch, his Property. The fame Day Thomas Burridge was committed to tr.e fame Place by the fame Gentleman, for a Burglary, m breaking open the Shop of Mr. Jef&ey Balhton, oiit of which he took a great Qjnntity. of Callimano, and other Things, his Property, found upon him. Laft Week Mary Blith, Sarah Waters, and Hannah Chambers, were committed to Bridewell by Jaftice Wroth, and George Owthwaite by Juftice Frafer all for hawking-unftamp'd News-Papera, -a. -*: 'ffow upon Sale, UrongSnd fihc-ff.ivour'd Batavia Arrack, *t izs.> 6d. per Gallon, if taken from the Eall-India-Hcnfe. Enquire of theClerks,at the Brandy-Wiirehoufe-in Lombard-Street, where Samples of the faid Arrack may be t lfted. Great Numbers of, Gentlemen and Ladies daily refort to the Manfion Houfe and French Horn, facing the Manfion-Houfe, to fee the Artift from Norwich, and his wonderful Performances, who has given fuch general Satisfaction to moft of the Nobility at Charing-Crofs, being twenty-two Years of Age, never had the Ufe of Hands or Feet, but two Foot long; Weighs but four Stone two Pounds, and has as comely a Fac� as moft Men. His ConVerfation is fo agreeable, it pleafes all that fee him. He writes, draws Gentlemens Coats of Arms, and plays at Cards with his Mouth; with feveral other Performances too ' tedious to mention. He is to be feen by one or more," without Lof$ of Time, from Ten to Eight, and ho later. Ludgate Prifon, March 3. We the poor Prifoners on the Common Side moft humbly beg Leave to retatn our moft humble, hearty and fincere Thanks, for a Guinea put into our Begging-Box this Day> which, to the immediate Relief of a great many unhappy confin'd Citizens, was equally divided on the Common Side by the Steward. Poultty-Compter, March 3. We the poor Prifoners of thcCommon Side return our humble and heaity Thanks to our unknown Benefactor, for the Two Guineas put into our Begging-Boxj with a Paper fign'd B. O. on Monday laft. It was a feafonable Relief to a great manyv Souls ready to fiarve, who have Iabour'd under the Misfortune of linprifbn-ment for five or fix Years. It was laid out and equally divided by the Conftable, according to the Donor's Order. A� Jbjiracl cf a Peport made by the local Committee of Templejlcnvn, alias Roundwood-Charter, in the Cou>rty of Wicklow,. to the Incorporated Society in Dublin for'promoting Englifo Proteftant Schools in Ireland, Januaiy 17, 1742, whereby it appears, THAT one Acre of Fallow -prepar'd laft Summer by the Boys, and- fowed partly with Rye and Bear, is in excellent good Order,., and by much the promifing Corn in this Parifh. That the Corn fbwn in the Fog Ground is greatly fnferior to that fown in the upper Ground ; but as it was done merely fof a Trial, they hope that by making a further Experiment', they may in time, and at a moderate Expence, reclaim the whole Tract of the fame Land, and make it the moft Valuable Part, alfo by the Means of the Ditches made, all the Springs which chilled the Ground are drained off, and by the Diligence of the Children in clearing? it of � Stones and Rubbifii^ and fCTtte�wMarftire of feveral fcindj \ taken out of the Ditches and v^hf the Boys, aud bjt. ' catting finalt Drains,, rt is icarce coi^djlc what a different ~ Herfc'age and LookIt has. - . .. : i That ijxteen fouare Perches^- are fbj^l with Beaiv *r�t trenched by the Bbys^ which PRnniJesEv^y Well* and the Oats>r which, from' Experlmiiit,;TBrere &pm in Qfto?jer lafQ and trcjttfed as a \v*iiitef*Cropi ;prrrres;;ej?traor4xhaty good.,. T/hat^birty-twp Afh-Twes are venty Yards of Linnen three-quarters wide, and aKo' Yajn for thirty-fix Yar^da yard-v^kie. , r Xha4,they with great Satisfactton obfcrve, that ^>f all Experixsints m�de �pr ^hc Improyanent of the Charter^ I^nd, and carrying ons'^e general, whemej not one has 'proved eitherje^enfive. or fruj.ttds. And the Matter's Aeoaunts ftand thus, viz. �; f. s. a. ^^^SnctjSbr the.Qjpirisr &r46CkMteti^ tz.h--Necefeafy Charges -i-- ^.  vn^t 09a Contingent Charges --- " > -i-- ^ op 9 J 4 Which is thi- whole Cliarge the InCorpoi'ated. Society have been at in maintaining tue Crid School from the 291.1 of September 1742, to December lafl, except-the Produces of the Land belonging to the School, and the MQk of fiire Cows gr?zed on the Gr -and. " . High Water.at London-iir:d^>_ cms Day at 49 Mnutea after 4 in the Morning, and 6 after f in the.Aftexnoon.�. ------�' . - < 1 � \\ ftercay Hans jitock.was 146 3 41ns. India Stock 179 1 half. South-Sea Stock 110 5 41ns. Ditto Old Auiwitie* 114 3 4ths a 7 8th's. Ditto New ii3ra"i 8th. Three per Cent, /inuu ties 100 3 4ths a 1 half. Ditto 1742, too 3 4ths a r hrjf. Million Br.nk 118. Equivalent. 111. Royal Afi'urancf 81. London Affurlnc'e 11 5 Sths a 3 4ths. Englifa Copper 4I. 16s. Welfh ditto, no Price. African^ no Price. S;wn per Cent. Frhperor's Loan 1x2 a 1 4th. Five per Cent, ditto, no Price. New Bank Circulation 4I.X 7s. 6(i: Prem. India Bonds 4I. 1 is. 29s. a 10s. Prem. Three 1 half Salt Tallies t 3 4ths; Prem. Thm t half per Cent,; Exchequer Orders 5. Three per Cent, ditto 2 3 4ths, Difc.' rtdiiiiriikj-Oliics, 24 he^roary, 1742. TjyHER.fi AS many Stamen ivbo have betn from linie to Time put on Shore fich from hitMajifly*s Sirfsi ivithdra-xii tbeafel*u*s from the faid HofpHals, or Sick �hutr-trr^ for,^fr^^ ^ thsy hfVGtincK=r*J f&-�s?s qftBeir W*igti, atrd according to'Laiv they are1 pun fhabU iuitb-Deaf b1 by a Court-Martial; but my Lords Cc^.mijfioners of thi Admiralty being willing to impute fuch Defertipn to * Pajhnejs, of thinking, which mojl of them foon repent if, and would return to their Ships, rx-ere it not for thtir Apprehenfon of Punijhment, ixihith they are confcrons they too well defer^e f and their Lordjhips being inclined to Jbenu fo much Indulgence to tbofe who are. under the. afore/aid Circumjlancesl in order to encourage them to return to their Duty, as to remove their /aid Apprehenjions of being punifiPi, do hereby declare, that fuch of the fdid Men who feturn on hoard the Ships to which they did belong on or before thez$tbaf Mdrib next, or ,in cafe thefe Ships are gone abroad, if thjy go art board fame other of his Majejiys Ships, they fiall not jbe punifid in any manner wlatfoe-ver, on account of the Crime they batie committed, in withdrawing fhemfelves from hit Majejiys ttniice : And as a farther Encouragement fo them, their Lordjhips moreover are pleas 'd to declare, that fuch as Jhall fo return jhall have their R'j taken off, and ke paid their Wages fur their Ships from which ihey rim but their Lordjhips do alfo think fit to declare, that if any of the Men. who have defer ted as afore/aid do ndf make a proper L)Je_cf the Indulgence hereby offkfd, by returning, to his Majeffi Service within the lime above-mention'd, t*ey muji expeM to be jiritlly foughl after, and in cafe they are apprehended, bt brought to a Court-Martial,- .and treated as the Law direct. _T1.0. Cor bete. Admirer)-Cm" 1 March, 1742. CJ*HE Leave of Abfence givn tn the Psliy the Admiralty, dj jtriftly cha'rgt them, at the Expiration of that Time, to repair iftimedidtely on beard the Princefs Royal at t'e Nore, in which Ship they will be paid their Wages for* the Pearle, and two Months H'aget Advance before fie pro* ceeds tdSea } but if any of thi jaid Petty Ojficirsnrid Seamed fail to repair on board the faid Shift Ptincefs Royal* tfjif wUl not only loft the afore-mention'd Payments, bat will Iff alfo apprehended and tried tit a Cofrt*M&+ti'dlat Deferteri: __. _ Tho. Corbect. VICTIM LLI -N G -O'FFI C�, 2 March,"!742." CT^rV E Commiffimen for Vi?uniting his Majfiiy's Navy give 'fto/ict', that on IVccfnefday the infiani^ in the Forenoon, they will be ready to treat with fuch Perfoni as are inclinable to furnish Salt, as a(fb Hambt&gk Pipe end, Hcgjbead Staves, and Iron Hoofs, for thlf Sir^Ht of tit. \ Majefy^i Njfy* ;