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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 14, 1743, London, Middlesex The London Daily Poft, and General Advertifer. Numb. 2646. 4.^ / T ^u^.RS J>^;^ ./A?R.?>.'*4,. 1743. � * ill f ifil 'i Tufiti I i * 1 li ki f,- i| i t JJUIJ |i. |/ I ! � 1, i htiCrnceihc ii� lk*k-fegtaaOH*, Hnibrnd to the late Vyffi&i^mtfi&t MmfetfJ** a very p^icolax. fjaapti^&Mgr# ingher Gw, in fo'Wmt, ana coa*4tiiag ha fifofe her Dt^ttrfc, it is thought not difegfceaW^a inftrtJPaoo�ic, .fawils&fce.'sflwn Works. T the irft Pia.ce my WriPaa* Meaning ia>4u* my Houfe io ja^i;^r;^|ih: ^*�� Wafe*i#5^�|. a�d�Hd^StaHflt, Gardw^.Cwr�^ajp^|terVnd her WRw ; Aiidtf lio^noUwW Iffue, then te* cjjRgun Yo^'-fc^&JMftr U^uoder tiio lUttopW : &r#, now at a School in' Cheliea. " Aa& hwt I d�da^f fflqft : ftnoeYely, tide tnto fteftri&oa floes- �ot proceed from the leaftfDUlraft of, either jherKiildncfs or,Difcretipn, of,both 1 wMeh l;haW always moft ample PmoA; but this taction , really proceeds frost the fame. Love, thtt give* her this Sort -of Legacy - fiec&& thrflttevtr know soy one pf hfr-Sex !e& likely to 1^udwf$d en by any of ours, ycttl�e*ebe-�lB|f^ ihfeI^i%mJitimah tfabjre, Irhmk Igahnptfake ' tQojwodi Cfcre :fcjfcqring the r&gpinefs of he* Lifcwfcom. I eftecm and value ftjaucib ; yet all other Confidc'ratiom , TBouT? etve^Plnifc'tpJiifttce; and Equity j andthercfeic bc-caufeat odrl^kmage. Ac was fa jpaVricalarly difintettfted '�as fincerdy to forbid my buying eny Jewels for her, Wc-tfordiftg tfcCufomy *nd even to wept her own by ahy Referve td he* felfi leaving them at my Difpofal, Jthere-5 fore hereby, give b�bntirely and for ex/cr not only all. thpfe lutand Cbfir-Jttt, to whom fee has beenalwayk raoft generoiifiy indttl- gent, wkhbot myhavirgew intbe leaAdefired it of her, Seeaaie mdeed I fasciaw it would be pbjed&d to her by �eaner>nmded Wire�, And "Warned her of it Accordingly, .knowing tltia �obe�o Age or Country likely to value inch .ttnoommoa Virtm. In the next Place my Will if, that my tldeft Sen and bis Iffiie; and if J tea that a Vooth commonly caUed G&*rks Vxrbtrt% who at frekstc is at Utrecht, on-, tier tin* Tuition of Msnf. Srt^, fiull have icreu thon�^d Poands paid by my Tralhscs at my .Death, and chat my good Friend Mr. ifiUiam Bramfy, taall have the Tuition calkd C*tbtrweSt~ fhia and Charbu, ^alicacb e� them have one thoufand Pounds a-piece, paid for their Ufe and Benefit at the Twae of �y Death, ot as foon after as can be, both of them baling beanfer^ great while educated attieme by -the Kindnefscl my Wife, and fince put by my Direction and btr** io /a School at Chelfea ; and Idrfire flUlthey row be, m&x my Wife's Care and Di&eaion. 1 direftalfo thsj all! tbe/e three,Children ihould carry mvName and Aj�h, .Wieh^eAcct^omlj^.D5lUn?tion,of^o^ Children. If J 4ho4ld be, ionnbagpy ju ^at no legitimate Son nor toaughter of mine&aU li�toleavefltaoy Time that J&tef. aiag any ChiW= behind thwn, infuch?a& of their dying JS^tkfns. And J�t. Cafe I die without leaving any leanto^e /ffae-niale, i: gwe to my neareft Kinlma^ Mifylf of ICenfih^ton, all my Stock-�:ih� Al^rW.o�k3, on Conditicw^at-be-performs airComra^a which i have with any Ferfon about Allom, fo as none of the (aid Perjbns ri^ay have caufg,to trouble my Executor* by making IJeinapds upon them i and in Cafe my faiij^inftija^ ftajj^ot |b engage to perform my faid Qm^:A^^Wf� M'.ftie.M Stock at.iny Alk?m-Wtfk^,ftijk%fi^r/ )^^:|eeio^.mn6'(^b4:' Artdlgive fifty Pounds among the Poor pf WeAmmfter, where 1 bAve hVed fo long, and out of which J am not Y&y ijkejly .to die, and, theosfore defirc to be buried in the Ab|yi,#�"^ t^ my laft dcirWifc thereMftfih* �nd atfo ^mjprefeacfikar, Wife w)mdead,, may bqtbbelaid by me, if my prefent Wife fhall think it fitting, as file has often ' earner'"^efir'ed me t6 ^eC?re of it. And Uieoniy deafen why I would not reritovethe Body of my firft Wife (having had the moil extraordinary Blemng of three kind . an.d excePent Wives} is bccanfe it lies in the Covntry, and by. bef^jow^ Mother. And now if my lal^ an^deareft Wife Ihouid think fif to have any Monument bellowed on my Grave, as her Partiality to trie has often m$de her ex 1 pref. herftlf'that'Way; I ppfitivdy foibid it mould eoft above 500 Pounds, befides and over and above the Charge pf my Funeral, which I alfq forbid to be any thing ex-. "trao;r0ijjfary ^, jknd I order iand direft that thefe Expences both pi inneral and lyionument be paid out pf that my Perianal Effete Which 1 have, given to my next Heir. [Here ht direfis bis Infcriptifv.'] I give ^Vyflfe all ^Coaches and Horfes.and Furniture of' my Hppfe, eicent: Pictures and Plate, which I , igjve hj?f oijly depn^ her Widowhood. BUCKINGHAM. Aiign&a. >7*6� Since my Wilt, written all fame time ago with my'own iiaadf an jfccdd>nt has happened thatcambe go t in. to bear her prefe nt Expences. . H ' ij- '. - . .1 T- . ' ' ., '.i' ' JJtat, April 12. CAME down and failed the Richard and Martha,�vcr-.deo, tbrUfbon. Came down Hadey, Wjlfyn. for , �5iriia; Friendftnp, -r-r-t forQeooaj Kitty, Quillen, for iwland { Vernon, ^Smith, Sac Havre-rfk^grax"JFio�rx, mark-'d L M, with one Man drowAldr being ail taken up near that Harbour.* '{,ettpr from Ne. 'Veflerday fc'mvight we had a violent Storm, or rather � hurricane of Wind, at N.E. which sbegan at Six in the � Morning. Seven Cooler belonging to this River being � tben at Sea, aitempted to make tbe^iarbonr, two of � which got in wn% great Difiiculty; but the other five ' being at a greater Diftance from the Land, and the Men * imscbfaf^gued when they camejnearthe Shear, render'd * them incapable to manage that they were ail, � to tie Number of 19, loft in fight of a|^ila|iany Peo- * pie, who could give them no Affiftaoce. Tato Veflels ' belonging to Hartiy, and .one belonging to �iyxh, were � alfo loft at the fame Time, and all the Penpkyeriln'd.- * Several Snips lying at Sunderland were droyi . to Sea in * great Confufion, running foul of eacXwtbej, with the * Lc-feof their Mafts� Bowfpiiit?./te. Aba we daily hear ' of Damage done along the Coaft; two Ships founder'd "* near the Bay, one of wnioh appear'd tone a new one, of 4 300 Tons, the other about 200, whole Crews all pe- * xifh'd ^ tfac Rigging *&d Mails of a Smp is come aihore ' near Scarborough i another Ship hkewife run aihoar at the fame Place; and beat toPfoJces; and a great lire Coaft. Wrecks appear along all the Xqrn many At the Brandy Warehoufe under the 3loyal-Exchange Punch-Houfe, are jiow on Sale, thebeft Jamaica Rum at 7 s. Qd. .^he beft Coniac Brandy at�*. and-Batavia Arrack at 14 s. per Gallon; but if the Arrack is taken fronv the India-Houfe, or the Brandy or �um off the Keys, when Landed, there will be an Abatement.-And ^t the faid Warehoufes are now on Sale a confideralale Quantity of -Brandy and Rom made hits Shrub of Oranges of this Year'g Importation, and then in the greateft Perfection -And as Perfons may be defirws of having SampJeypf the fame, the ^above Brandy and RtraV (if -fold in a lefs Quantity than a 'Gallon') h 1 s. per Pint, andArrack ir. 9 d. Jdverfifementi of a moderttt Length are taken in for this Patvr it Two Shillings each. ;