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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 19, 1943, London, Middlesex                                � A t    fe D A tr Jijtii' a r y     ,: i nj. Heal, February i his MajeftyVShip'the Pottbnd, fiom P uth;. the Greenwich, I -fro� Gai f Hungary; and that his Sublime Highnefs will fend 40000 Men into tr>? JJannat of Temefwaer. French News and 'French-Faith are much of a Piece, the. One not to be credited, and the other not to be confided in. An ExtraS of a Letter from Vienna. < The States of Hungary having made ftrong Remon-� Jlrances to the Queen, in relation to the Augmentation of � Succours demanded from them, both in Men and Money, * to enable her to carry on the War againft her Enemies � with Vigour, and drive them out of her Territories, her * Majefty callM an extraordinary Council, at which not ' only the Minifters, but alfo the Deputies from that King- * dom, and other of the principal among the Nobility, * affifted^ upon which Ocoafion her Majefty exprefs'd her- * felf in the following Terms: � That fhe having conii-der'd in the mpft mature Manner the Reprefentations �' made her by her faithfuU�fc�ga���� Subjfcfts, found them " jtift and reasonable, aad therefore was refolv'd to grant " them their Requefts, as a Recommence for their Fidelity, '� Zeal and Bravery, with which they have aflifted her, " and the Blood they have fpilt to rapport her on a Throne   three Horfts kill'd under him.  Count Wallis was dv and many more Gnicefs on both Sides. s ^p]�e Reinforcement which. Count Traun expe^ed has! VW'd the Tyrol, �nd, as it is. thought, will march towards; g^orders 0/ Valais, in order to^cctre'thelPaires tithe' P�^wfragaia^^rSfaTOardsi& cafe the People of Valai*' jam Mtt them to f&thro' d^Gouhtiy,   �       � * Tlie(^r&re�eheldatVevay, be^o^tbe Deputies ofi Berni'Fribirgh, and Va^Jisj, .ajbout i^po^g the Paffage of the S^iard^i' ii conw m .ttpthirtg,' the Dejputles of yakk aot having Afficteat .J&ulriiciioiu. They complain'd of a Spanilh Spy, who fcatter'd Piftoles dbout the Country, in order to gain the People's Confent; arid faid, thatpro-a free Pau^ge would be,granted to the Spanifh Army. We hear the "^udoi& have �it to Pieces a Body of 800 Sj^aaiaHs/ lipon the Marches of the Val-d'Aoft. the Canton of Bern makes;great Preparations of War, a&4' Zurich, Baftl,';Friburgb> Jwifchatel, and Biel, have djeir Contingent 0f Troops ready to march to their Affiftance. As for us, we keep a fharp' Look-out,;.but are btherwife Vtty eafy.   There is a great Mortality among-the Spaniards-. -       L     O     N : B     O     N. Yefterday was held a Court,of Common-Council at Guihl-hat{, when the feveral Committees were chofen. At the^ame time Mr. Morton, the eldeft City Counfel, was unanimoufly chofen one of the Judges of the Sheriffs Court, in the room of Simon C?rling,..Eiq; Recorder, i And on Taefilay next wiH be another Cpqrt of Common-Council, on fpecial Affairs.' The Bonetta, Capt. Hammond, from London for Jamaica, run afhore near Falmouth. William Harvey, Efq; of Chigwell in Effex, is ehofen Verderer of Waltham-Foreft in that County, in the room of his Father, deceas'd. On Thurfday died at his Houfe in Red-Lyon-Street, Clerkenwell, Mr. Oldham, an emineat Woolftapler in Bafing-Lane. On Thurfday laft the Rev. William Bidwell jun. of St. Neots -in the County of Huntingdon, A. M. was pre-fentei by the Right Hon, the Lady Gowran to the Rectory of Grafton-TJnderwood in the County of Northampton, worth 1201. per Annum. We hear that the Theatre in theHay-Market is furniih'd entirely new, with the utmoft Magnificence, for the next Affembly. The whole Theatre is hung with crimfon Damaft adorn'd with Gold, three Rooms with green Damafk and Gold, one Room with crimfon Damafk and Gold, "and one very rich with blue Damalk and Silver. On Thurfday and laft Night feveral young Children were ilript of their Cloaths, &c. by fome Sharpers, in Leaden-hall and Gracechurch" Streets. Yeilerday John Bluck was committed to Newgate by Col. De Veil, for breaking open the Houfe of Mr. John Mackreth in the Night-time, and . felonioufly taking away a great Quantity of Lead which was affix'd to the Freehold, on the Top of which Houfe he, was found in his Shirt, and the Lead thrown down by a Trap-Door. As moft People fuppofe they cannot be married in Lent without paying double Fees, this i*to iet them know, that the Fees at May-Fair Chapel are no more in Lent than at any other Time. Tomorrow two Charity Sermons will be preach'd at the Parifh Church of St. Antholin, for the Benefit of Cord-wainers and Bread-Street Ward Charity Schools; that in the Morning by the Right Rev. Father in God Ifaac Lord Bilhop of St. Afaph; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Dr. Roper, Rector of St. Nicholas Col'eabbey.  The fame Day two Charity Sermons will be preach'd at Chrift-Church in Middlefex; that in the Morning by the Rev. Mr. Howard, Chaplain- to his Royal Highnefs the Prmce of Wales, and Lecturer of St. Magnus ; and that in [ the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Fay ting, Lecturer of St. Martin Outwieh. The. lame Day two Charity Sermons will be preach'd at theParHh Church of St. Mary Woolnoth, for the Benefit of thirty poor Boys belonging to-St. Stephen Walbrook ; that in the Morning by the Rev. Mr. Burnett, Minifler of St. James Clerkenwell; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Thomas, Lecturer of St. Peter in Cornhill. The fame^Day two Charity Sermons will be preach'd at the Parifh Church of St. Luke in the, County of Middlefex, for .'the Benefit of forty poor Boys belonging to the faid Church; that in the Morning-by the Rev. Dr. Knight, Archdeacon of Berkfhire, and Chaplain in Ordinary to his Majefty; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Worthington, Vicar of Blodwel in Shropfhire. This Evening will be perform'd, At' the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, A new Comedy, calPd The Weddirig-Day. "At the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, The Orphan, with Perfeus and Andromeda. At the Theatre Royal in Lincoln's Inn. Fields, The BeggarVOpera with the Imprifonment of Harlequin. Ye'fterday Bank Stock was 144 1 4th. India Stock 175 1 4th. South-Sea Stock 409. Ditto- Old Annuities 114 1 8th a 1 4th: "Ditto New iiz 3.8tHs a i naif. Three-pe* Cent. Annuities 106 a 1,8th. Ditto 174^, 100 a 1 8th. Million Bank 118. Equivalent J1 r. Royal AlFu-rance Sz. London AfTurance 11 5 8ths. Engliih Copper 41.10s. WeUh"ditto,,he Price. African, no Price. Seven per Cent- Emperor's Loan, no Price. Fir* per Cent ditto, no Price. New Bajok.&culatipn '4I. ,24. 6d. Prem. India I Bonds 4I. 3s. a 41. Prem. Three 1 half Salt Tallies 2, Prtta. Three 1 jbair.Der Cent. E^the^uer Orders j, Prem. Three per Cent, ditta z, g 8ths, jDjifc. _ .High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 46 Minwtfli after-em1 the Morning, and 1.4. after 6 in the Merh'odh,;, " VlClUALLiN G-ObblLE, 18 February, ryjp? CT'HE Ccmntijfioners for V\ftuailing.,hh Mtyggjfj Havy give ffotice, that oh Er'iday next, the 2$tb hifiant, in (fa forenoon, they.iuill be ready ttr treat, far Oxen for Frefk Meat for the Ports of Portfmoicth^.and Chathafn, end for Malt fir Dover, for the Service of hit Majefty's Navy. Ealt-I luu-rioule, 1 8 FeDruar'y, .1742. CI*HE Court of Direftoriof thelfniledCompany of Merchants of England trading to the Eaft Indies, do hertfy'gyve Notice, that the Transfer-Books of the faid Company ivili be Jhut up on thurfday the 1 oth of March nexi% . at *fjjo o' Clock: That a S^uarterly General Court %bill holjen, at their Houfe in Leadsnhall-Street, on Wednefday the t$dof the faid Month, at Eleven in the Forenoon:. That the Lifts of the Members of the faid Company iw7/ be ready to be delivered at the faid Houfe on Thurfday the z^th of the faid-Month 1 That a General Court will be holdeh at the faid Hoxtfe, on ifrednefday the 6th of April next, for the Eleclion of tvjtnty-four Direilors for the Tear enfuing, ivhich nvr/l continue from Nine in the -Morning till Six in tb$ Afternoon of the fame Day, after which Time no Lifts ivill be taken in ; and that the Transfer-Books of thefaid-Company 'will be opend on Thurfday the ftbof fhe faid Month of April, � WHEREAS ftvcnil 'oemternen and others have of late taken the Liberty, in tbeir Way from London to Epfom, of riding out of the koad, and making Bridle-Wajs crols -the Common Fields of the Pariflies of EweJI, Cuddington, Che3m and Sutton-, in Suny, to the great Prejudice of the Farmers, and other Proprietors of the faid Lands: Therefore, that no Perfon may pretend Ignorance, thisprblkk Notice is given, that for the future whoever (hail be feen to ride crefy any of the laid Comrr.on Fields out of the Cart Road, wiJI be profecuted with the utmoft Severity of Law._______ To the Worjbipful tbc\zo  Hand to hi? Chia, and if he has- an Opportufilry, will-ferri her a SeaT, which ihe will know. * THE Credicors of William Airiten, latt- x�f Hen>?en in Tenterden, in the Count)- of Kent, E�j; deceas'd, are defir'd to meet at the Woolpadc Inn in Ttnterden aforelaid, on Tuefday the 8th of M irch next, at Twelve o' Clock in the Forenoon, to conlider of the moft proper and fpeedy Method to be taken for the Recovery of their refpeftivt Debts.___^__ THE Crediiors of Mr. Thomas Woo's, deceas'd, late Salefman, at the Indian Queen and Ship without Bifhopfgate, London, are defir'd to fend their refpedHve Accounts to Mr. Stephen Gilly, Haberdsrfher, at the Ship without Bifhopfgate aforefaid: Ani all Perfonsindehted, or having any Effects of the faid deceased, are deiVd to pay the fame as above, without further Notice. ALL Perfons indebted to the SUacr  -f Samuel Kghton, late of Cornhill, London, Pewterar, a B,hk ;~. are deiir'id forthwith to pay their rtfpeftive Debts to Mr. RobYr: ''i-v > of St. Margaret's Hill in the Borough of Southwark, Pewtercr' William Newham, of New-Street, near Shoe-Lane, Pewterer, two' Aflignees undertbe Commiflion of Bankrupt againft the faid Samuel ^i^-'.   " or to Mr. Morgan Morfe, Attorney at Law, in Queen-Screet, -near Gh- . fide, London, otherwife they will be fued without further Notice. This is to acquaint the Publickj THAT Mr. Keith, the Minifler of May-Fair Chapel, not being under the Authority or Jurififctioh of the Biihop, or his Court, thefe twenty Months paft, looks upon himfelf to bg no ways affefted by any thing they can do : And therefore the Marriage-Fees, Licence 00 a Five-ShiDing Stamp, together with the Certificate, amount but to a Guinea on Sundays till Six at Night, except the Time of Divine Service,' which is from half an Hour after Eleven till One, and from Four till Five 0' Clock ; but on the Week-Days it is a Guinea till Feur, a Guinea and a Half till Seven, and Two Guineas after Seven at Night. The Way to-the Chapel from the City is thro' Piccadilly, by the upper End of St.'James's Street, and down Clarges-Street. . It is adjoining to the new Market near Hyde-Park-Corner - : On (Vednefdfty and Friday ntxf,, ( and every Wednefday and Friday), about Six in the Evening, tuill be continued ACourfe of Lectures on the Nature and Cute of theTSfeaTes of the EYE j By     JOHN      TAYLOR, : Doffor of Pb%fi&, Surgeim, Oculifl to hit Majefiy, atiit Telluvi of ftvtral Vo&ges of Pbvficiant Jn foreign Parts, At his Horife in Great Queen-Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields. The tedure on Wedwefday next is on the Nature 'and Cure of Squinting } and the whole Cdorle free to the Gentlemen of the Faculty and Diftincrion. His .Syllabus, Treatife of Anatomy, and the Sentiments of the foreiga Uriiverfities, may be all. had at Mrs. Cooper's, Pat�r-nofter-Rpw. The next, and every Monday and Thurfflay, about Twelve in the Morning, will be aflemhled a great variety of'Perrons with Deiefts of Sight,, wherf maiw of thofe lately ftoovet^d will attend;' Oa thefe Occafiont the Curidua are nee to be prtfent. Amongft thofe' that will attend on Monday next are the following � Mr. J.Willfon, nexi; to theCaftle in Carrie-Street, BlobinftiiTy. Mr. Robinlbn, next to the Magpve,. Eafl-Srnithfield. -  Mr. Hinncond, Kirby-Street, Hattdn-Gardeh. Mrs. Lee, Broker, Harp-Alley, at the Star, Fleet-Street.    -Mr. John Efavis, at Mr. Stevens's, Filecutter, JJay-MarJvt. Mr. Whitel, near Stone-Bridge, BarraBytStreet, Souivrark. Mr. Johnfon, m "WiJtechapel, by the-Field' Qate. Wh6 oanjf-otiien,-    

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