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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 4, 1943, London, Middlesex                                mmr 'Arriv'd, the Fleming,      _ the Outward-boond are putting back. HIS Morning fail*d the Monmouth Man ef War, Shirk SlpOp, *M Mortar Bomb,- with the Ihdia Ships and- Outward -bound. Game down, the Frederick, Long, and the SoUth-Jtiver Merchant- Hall,-.both for ia j the Bathua, Smith, for Jamaica j and ihe Jupiter, Crots, for Guiney.   The Dept&rd Mail of War and Induftry Tender s.  Mofiof Clerk-to Mr. likerihall, will fufcceed.him.   i. i ;i\ Yefterday an Account canie,*. that % Sfai^ boittfd Won Ireland to Rotterdam was eaft -away hear Garaaiiron-. We are Credibly infoYm'd, that Mr. Rowers HERgAS Robert Hoinirs, of Wych- Street, .:Bhiry--Lane, London, -Man's . Mercer, ^ Bankrupt aWbqntlcd ;an&- left :h5a .Houfe on Saturday Eyesing Iaft, and carried aw^/ wichT him- great part ofrhis StecJc in.Trade; confining of Shalloons,. Bamigr-.is and,;6th�r Woci'enGoooy, .and. Houfoold. Furniture j and. there is 'great ifeaibo: to-fu^e& thattheiaid Robert Holmes inrcrjis to go abroad with the Wednefilay fell in tlu^-Pa^er'aiirweh jfo s^gll, | .fr %k| jCSoq^s �ui JEflias;s This is to give Notice to the P^cra,}mtcrm^ BunBh, from St:5Kit A by w Mail Genoa,Jnn. 19.   M. de Lages, Commander;^ the Jgfcr, a SpaniQi Man of War, has taken the Liberty.tojOicve hjgfor- -and*c go to Leghorn. It certainly f�gh Time for him to do (o,. becaufe he had a numerousJptofr, P*ovi-fious faiPd him, and his Court feem'd to have Begotten hm 'Vdena, Jatt.zz. .Count Traun will fpeedily receive a Reinforcement of five Regiments and 4��� Croatians, who are aftually marchingtiiro' the Tyro/to join him. / Par//, Frf. 4. Since the Death of Cardinal Fleury the j&ng fups regularly with the Queen. Jn ZxtraB of d Letter from a fbreigh MlwJlcr*i?&K\$, dated m. 8.  .. � Thereisnothing fonjuch thought of at Court as the < Alterations which the Death of Gaatfmal Fleury will V carife, and every Ctoxn^titor is forming ha Party-.   The � arq four PerfonstaikM of, notwithftandipg what* it's '< laid, the Ktog has declared, that jiohe fhati fucceed Sim v as Prime Minifter.   The four. which are fuppos'd to ''have the beft Intertft, are,. *M. Chauvelin, Cardinal * Tencin, aid the Dakes 4e Itelbiflcarid Noailles ; and ,e People think that the Duke de Richlieu Ibhds no < bad Chance.   It's oMerv'd, that the Cofet of Madam � the Dutchefs^ who is at the Head of the Houfe of *� Conde, the grand Supporters of M. Chauvelin, is very �* numerous: That of Madam de BeHeifle is not much ' inferior-in Point of Numbers: The Marftial de Noailies '* has Madaih de Toulotife, and all that Houfe, at the Head <" of Ms"Pa? fy; and' Cardinal Tenciri, who is returned to-  a;gertke-Mte'-ef eon-ffciefabie Bafinds in % Eaft-Strper, Red-Lyon-Square,;, was foundjiead in ms Bed, whither he. went the Night before in feeming good Health. \ ; a '    \ Yefterday & great NumSer of. Women- concern-d .in mariufadfurihg- the Gold arid Silver Lace attended fhe: and <5theis,. cmpIoyMin, or privy to, the moving of.Carryi Goods], that if tbey wili difcovcr where.tnc fanys were carrit fame: jadW.arex.they foil her veil rewarded tor fijeh Iilco� to Mr. Rofcwel}, m Ba finghay-Street.  vect away, a light Colour Goat,' a^een WaiilcCat, and a light Colour "WJgi ' , away iro'm his.Mafer oni Sunday. Iaft, Spicer, abcte� e^Khtsen Yean of'Age, five,Foot fix Inches Complexion, i:ght-brown i^air, and has a Scar in h;VFoic-headr4a ft light-coloor'd Quth Coat, with a harrow Velvet Cape, and yellow' Metal Buttons^ a. blue-grey Wiiiilcoat whh.fmall ^Vfeta] /Buttons, and leather Breeches. If he directly returns to hisMafier^ he ftall bi f^iven the Fault 5 or anyPerfon ghing Noiice where he is to os'found* the Favour will be atknowledg',d j and whoever entertains htm after this Notice, will be p.'ofecuted as the Law dtredh. 4.    ' He is Apprentice to Johjl Bsnnett, Mathttikticat-riiilrt^^ In Crcwn-Court% near St. Ann's, Soho." the N Cardinals Rohan and Tencin, of the Archbifhops of Paris and-&JEr>9 of the Bilhops of Lattgttz'ihd Mifepoik, and of two Cdunfellors of State. The.:Countefs of Quiche his &r ibiae time paft flrongly drawn'the. Attention of the King; however, Mademoifelle de -la Touimelle is ftill the Favourite of his Majefty,;. arid fhe is firiQly m the 4 Interellof the Houfe ofConde^jvbkh &pports with all its * Might that ofM. Chai�clirir whd hu timcy-Piy Couriers f ient to Him, to inform fcifii of ^*hat palTe^. Nolwithftand-' ing thefe fctrigues, no Stone iy left untarnM T order to * hnng a �the Gcft * been ineffe&ual, theCaiitOns obftinalely^efefin to grant * TroopV either to Frabce or. 'Spain, tinder Pretence that k dvey are in Treaty with the Hbiife of Juftria, which ' prevents them from hfearing Arms againft her Majefty of * 8v#gar�}.but. on the contrary, x5 or 120^0 Men of that 1 Mauon is immediately to enter iato tKe'&rtrice of the Vcfterday Bank Sto 176 7 8ths;   attoth^S Annuities as. 145.3 4ths a 146. P Stock i 12 1' 4th. Irjdia Stock Ditto iOld -3 r 14 '5 Btfe^i" 3H^S*   Ditto New i'VJ ,i. half a h^fv "fcThree per Cent. Annuljics \ --.' - T the KING's .THEA'�iiii iu u.c HAY-MARKET, Tomorrow,        the '5^ of FdiiSry, wih fat pcrfbrroM a. new OPEKA, caH'd -        .' E.......N     R     I     c y O,   : With Dances jurf o(her Deeorat*oni entirdy new. ' RfUgd BoKti to be put tQ^ethef \*ia&w)?tx'.q&\o fc^^ admitted withoat Tick^, which will be fielWd that Day ft the 0�^ce In the ^y-Maikc^ at Hatf a Guinea each. .Galhny Five iihillifl^     -   . / ;   ' j ' No Petfon whalevpr. to bf atoitted behind the"Scenes.   , �p--. � To-t^n ^ ^�:;d^odg;- ARttl there1 bill ^nki^^y - #    * * -*   - � - " ~  . ^ * � ------ . f '� -     s ;     ;   . Liberty of We st m i n ?'t;e b defied to meet at the Sun Tavern,'Clare-Market, this Day\ being the tfh inftatti^at Seven o'clock in the Evening, to commemprqte the rtoBle Struggle thfy-fo fuccefsfully made\inMsippart of their Liberty and Independency, and on -fpedal. Affairs* . -     v T theTfceAtre Royal b Lincoln's Inn Fields itypfy, wtli.be preienteS a Play, calf d   .     . \ ^     1 ^.; llfs >Wl�jLL that EN^DS WEJUEi. V: Written .      $hakefp�rr; aw L O N D .r.rYefieiday;, agreeable to the R^folfltjk>hl5 df the'latt General Court of the South-Sea Oottipany, the Fallot wa$ taken on the foltowing^Qncftion, viz. Tbat-iffion Mr. Robert Knight's Payment of the Sum of Ten ThofaGlnd Pounds withm tnree Months, he ffialll be difcharg'd o| all I^manrls from the Copj|�aflyf and that the J3ireSors be permitted to afiuc the Company's Seal to the &id Difcharge j which l&ttot ended iaft Night at Six o'Ciock, and upon caftirigup^the fame the Numbed were deciar'd to be a^ follow1,'Viz. KEN 6 1 t* G 1 O M - T U R iN iJ I K fc. THE Ttuftees of the Rciifingtoo, Chelfea, Fulham, &c. Turnpike, are defirM to meet      bcln^ their next GcJieml Mcetinc) at the' Horn Tavern, New Pabcc-Vard, Weftminilor, W HE k E A S there was an Advtriife The Part of Captain Parolles to be perfuTrA'd by Mr. Gibberf^SbST1 Prance,. Mr. W.'-Giffari;' BerttSu jfaj$&t&5 '�caaT* Peter/onj Clown, Mr. Dunflali j^ks ^rft^^tMp BSkey^j fen. 'Mr. Mbzeen; Dimiam jon.'Mri'iFrternan?*^^ Widow, Mrs. Batnbridgej ^Maiiana, Mn.i^m^:f^t^m\^:i^ Butler 1 Diana, Mrs. Chetwoajj and the Part of Helena by Mrs.. ll [fiunitb, ^iX^iaShoE a Troop bf.Hi3ife\in-FJiiidexs: For the Benefit of Mr. CI B B E ^ ^ , the Theatre Royal id ijf\ on Monday the'aSth imbnV T$ be- rcviVd a-?bm% Ml'd The. GUARDIANS: or, T6eMaH4fTtf& .   . Taken .from Terence arid Mojaerc The Part of the4Man"of Tafte'td" be p�rforrrtM~by Mr/CIBBER.; Prologue, -an Epilogee> and-a-Farcef-alia-Singing and Dancing j anil Tickets antlPlafes ta,l�     ; �* tbe*#boyeitoehtion' 'Mifs 'nearGolden.-Sqt�rt> ca./rbttrwy cat/the-|M will be g&foitari. a CON C*RT .0/ 11 defir'i to fetch them away in- tliree'KforTths From the Publication hereof, '} fttcet, near MarfS-Lwit, and aft the Pftce will be difposM of by the Executes, begin mSH 
                            

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