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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 18, 1943, London, Middlesex                                F 40    A H  M> r ck t$, 1743. ; .Zfeff/, .March. 16. i4 HE King's Ship*, with the tf�9nm. and Martha, Teniain. WindSfJkE. Yefterday ajf*fer*d a: Mail^ftam farts A-ia-mabi, March 2Ss=^|t isuUTured that the Duke de BoS&oh; is fpeedily. to ,fet out for MaWid, on Account of the Dauphine's riage with an Infanta of Spain. The Court is impatient till it receives a Courier-ironVthe Marquis da^Fenelon, informing it which Party, the States General will tafce in the prefent Conjuncture, to the jjjfld that it may aft accordingly. - An Extras of a Letter from Pari s, dated March zp.  1 ' The Queen of Hungary's AnfWer to the Iaft Pfopofitions * of his Imperial Majofty, and the Reafons which li^at  y ^^Cotirt of Vienna^ and along with them, ' Aflurances, that from'all that he was capable of learning * amongtt his Acquaintance at the Place where he refided, � cnly tended to confirm him in the Sentiments which he * had long entertained,, viz. that no Negotiation which ' might be entered into by his Court with thofe of Great Britain and Vienna, would prove of any Effeft, for that * if they appeared at all defi/ou9 of bringing Matters^ to ' an Accommodation, it was only'with a View of flattering ' the Hopes.of France, and by that means of retarding the � military Difpofitions of this Nation, and the March, of 4 the King's Troop, whilfl on the other Hand repeated * Orders have been fent from thefe Courts' to their General, ' to haften the Atarch of their Army from the Low Coun-' tries into Germany, The above-mentioned Minifter was 4 fo pofitive of the Truth of what he had afferted, that 4 he offered to lofe his Head, if the Court of-View* con-'f fented -even to. a Sofpenfion of Arms. He humbly befought * his moft Chriftian Majefty to judge of the Matters which ' he had advanced,  in giving himfelf' the Trouble to examine the Memorial, which he had directed to him, ' containing the loofe and undetermined Reafons of the * Court of Vienna; adding, that France, more than ever, * ought to keep herfelf upon her Guard, and that no other * Method would prove effectual, than the Prefence of a ' numerous Army which might yet again humble the Court * of Henna, and put the Emperoj into the Pcffeffion of his 4 Pretentions.     �   " _ * Thefe Advices, confirmed by the Refufal of the ' Court of Vienna,, have at length determined the Court of ' France^ takear Am.JRrfolutioti^TOTitindi the WaY ' with the utmoft Vigour, by Sea, and Land.   The Coort 1 of Versailles has communicated this Refolution in all the ' Courts', hy its MinifterSj as well as to the Marquis de ' Fenelonv to whom a Courier has been fent with Difpatches * to be comnWnicated to the States General. L O N D O N. By Yefterday's French Mail we have Advice, that fix Ships were arrivM at Cadiz from the Spanifh Weft-Indies; one of which, valu'd at 250000!. Sterling, was boarded by a Britifh Man of War; but the Captain having thrown overboard all his Papers, &c. and nothing appearing to make her a good Prize, the Britifh. Commander fuffer'd her to proceed-on her Voyage. Letters from Paris mention, that the Court of France will have 150000 Men on the Mofelle in the Spring. Yefterday there was a Board of Admiralty, when their Lordfhips appointed Capt. Henry Norris, Son to Sir John Norris, to be Commander of the Jerfey Man of War, of fixty Guns, lately rebuilt at Plymouth. We hear the Marquis, of Tweedale will have the Green Ribbon of the Order of the Tbiftle, vacant by the Death of the late Duke of Hamilton. Yefterday was held a Court at Chrift's Hofpital^to examine whether the Children tp be prefented this Eafter be qualified for their Admiffion j at the fame time Admiral Vernon took Tiis Charge. The fame Day was held a General Court of the Gover-. nors of St. Bartholomew's Hofpital, for the Election ofa Porter of the faid Hbfpital, in the Room of Mr. Samuel Nafh, deceas'd, when Mr.Nicholls was chofen by a Majority on the Ballot, he having 62, Mr. William Barry'61, Mr. William Blandford 33 ; at the fame Time Admiral Vernon took his Charge, being nominated a Governor of the faid Hofpjtal.j and on-Thurfday next there will be held another Court, for the Election of a Treafurer, in the Room of Mr. Alderman Weftley j as alfo of a Clerk, in the Room of Mr. William Timms, who hath refign'd. Yefterday was held a General Court of the Governor and Company of the Bank of England, when a Dividend of 2 3 -fths per Cent, was agreed to for the Half-Year ending at Lady-Day next. The Dividend-Warrants to be deli ver'd on the 2jft of April.     ' Yefterday the Lord Chief Juftice Wills fet out from his Houfe in Bloonifbury-Square for Rochefter, to hold the Affizes there for the County of Kent. �      -    � Joc'elyn Robinfon, Efq; a younger Son of old Col. Ro-bmfon, is appointed Capt. of a Troop of Dragoons, in the Royal Regiment of Ireland, commanded by the Right Hon. Lord Vifcount .Molefworth, in tha&aom oS Sir Seymour OftSupday "fiejh, at �ive in ^le, Evening, vpill be a pub-lick EwmixSrao^i. oT the.Chanty JJoys andGjris of Cord-wain^.,afld. Brea^^Street Wards, in the Vefir^koom of BowChurch. NoiServants can be admitted, for want, of Room, on the^-lald Sunday j but this Evening, at the fame Hour, the fame-ExerchVwill be rehear&d, when all that oenie will find Admittance;-^ On Sunday next two Charity Sermons will bepreach'd at thePariffa Church-of-St. George the Martyr in Southvv..rk, for .the Benefit of fifty; poor Bojrs belonging to 'the fad Parifh ?. Aat in tbe-Mornwg by the-Rey; Mr. Mott, Rector of St. Mary Newington in Surry j" add that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Codkfcy, Reftor of St. Antholm, London. Notwithftariding thfi great -Quantities of Shrub which MefT. Afhley and Co. of Lodgate-HiHmade laft Year, it lias been found to bean infufficient Quantity to anlwer their Demands ;' therefore they have made, and are now making ail the Seville Oranges into Shrub; that" can be procured ac jany Price. -   .  , v.^reat Nombers of Gentlemetr arid Ladies daily refort to the Man/ion Houfe and French Horn, facing the Manfion-Houfe, to fee the -Artift from Norwich, and nis wonderful Performances, who has given fuch general Satisfaction to moft of the Nobility at Charing-Crofs, being twenty-two Years of Age, never hid the Uie of Hands or Feet, but two Foot long, weighs but four Stone two Pounds, and has as comely, a Face as moft Men. His Conveifadoh 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 Lofs of Time, from Ten to Eight, and no later. Canterbury, March 16. On Sunday laft-died the Rev. Mr. Owen Evans, at his Houfe on St. Martin's Hill. He was Vicar of St. Paul's above fixty Years, and Rector of Eimflon above fifty Years, and had formerly been a Minor Canon of this Cathedral. The;i rJhig the  publkk � 'ff&it*:'that has been fo repeat'ed??VP<7cn*$y this Officeft as well in the Gazette as in ctler News-Papers, Concerning' the Foreign Pojiage which is to he paid here-far- all Letters that, are to go to Ger?na?iy, Italy, or avy other Country beyond Holland, France, or Flanders, Mijiakes hatfe fometimes bi*n made, and Letters have been deliver d to this Office, .directed to thofe Countries, without p"yi'tg the Foreign Pofiage,, as re'auir d by Aij of Parliament: The Poji-M'afler-General has thought ft to advertife, that the Pofiage to be paid here at this Office, or at' the refpeclive Receiving-Hpups or Office, appointed andaut\horisCd for the taking in of Letters in Tow. or Country", by all Perfons correfponding with Germany, Italy t or ajiy foreign Parts ia the North, or the Stouth, by the iVay of Holland,  France, or Flanders, is after the following Rates, viz. ' Between London and any Part of Germany, Italy, Sicily, Switzerland, Denmark, or Sweden, .and all P'a.rts of the North (thro'' Holland), Single l s.   Double z s.   Treble 3 Ounce 4/. - Between London and any Part of'Spain or Portugal* (thro' France, or by Packet-Boat direclly) - Single is. 6d. Doable 3 s.   Treble t^s. 6d.   Ounce 6 s. Between London and any Part of Italy or Sicily; (thro' France, by Way of Lyons, or any Part of Turky, by Way of Marfeilles) Single is. ^d.   Double zs.6d.   Treble $s.  a. Ounce 5 s. And if is to be obferved, that on Failure of fuch Payment of the above Rates, no Letters to_ fuch foreign Parts can be forwarded from this Office. And that for all Letters di-rcfled to foreign Countries, by the Way cf Hcllavd, France and Flanders as above, fent to this Office, to be forwarded from ar.y Parts of the Kingdom of Great Britain difant from London, or from any Parts of Ireland, the ufiial inland Poflage to London is alfo to be paid over and above the foreign Pojiage. 1 Note, By a Cover of feparats Paper to a Litter of a /ingle Sheet it becomes a double Letter, and if fuch Cover be to a' double Le'ter it becomes treble, and is to be paid for accordingly. By Command of the Pofl-Mafier-Geueral,' L)co ge S.'icivocke, Sec. London L,firniary, Prtfcoc-Street, Goodman's Fields. CT3H E Sermon advnh'd and ir.enlicrC'd in the Feaft Tickets to be preaclid at St. Edmumd the King in Lombard-Street, by the Right Rev. the Lord Bifhop of St. Afaph, before the Governors of this Charity, will_be preached at t/je Parijh Church of St. Alary le Bow in Cbeapfidti eft Friday next, the z^th infant. Weftminj.er-Bndgt-Ojpct, March 2,  1742-3. NOTICE is hereby given to all Builders, and others, who may bi dcfirouS to build in the new Street?\Jately. laid out and called Bridge-Street, leading -from the Foot of the'new Bridge; new building at Weftmmfter, to K'ng-Stfeet, (being- a Street of^SJFett broad) that they may fend in Propofals feal'd, of the Prices they are willing to give per Foot per Annum, direfted to Thorns? Lediard, Efq j", at hi; Heufe^ No. 3, in Old Palace-Yard, Wefttninfter, any Day before Wednefday the 23d inftant, or on that Day to the Commiflioners th'emfelves, af their Officer at ParJiament-Stairs, near u1 Palace-Yard, they being determin'd tbea and there to take the fame 111:0 Confidential!. Note, Thefiid Ground fo'to be Lett is on the'Sotlth Side of thefziij-Street, 3 5-Feet deep, and on the North Side thereof} 50 Feiet' deep. By Order of the CommilHoRefe, _-  .     Thomas Leiiard, Agent and Surveyor. ~     ~ TJhk   7s   to   give   Notice, THAT on Tuefiay the 226 inftant, the Officer? and Company of his M;'jcfty's Ship Oolphin, may re&fva that feveral Shares-tor the'Hull, Xcc of the Prize Jupiter, at Mr. Henfhaw'g Office on rjT<;H'errHL'l j and the Shares of fbch as are not then demanded, may be received at the fame Place, on the firft Tuefday of etfery Montb/j for three Yeais to. ccme. ^   � �    i -. - - To the Woijhipjui the kru-ve/nurs. cfct. liattbelomevo^s HofpitaL Gentlemen,. ITake this fir ft Opportunity of feturning yo'u my fincere and heaity Thanks for yeur late Favour done to me, sir.i beg Leave to afiure you, that the fame fhall be ever rememberM with the utmoft Rd'pect arid Giatitude, by Gentlemen. Tettr moji abligd bumble Servant, _ _William <3g%g*,-sg Wi-iEKfc-AS,   a Patent was gra ^ Kir.g Charley the Firir, and confirmed by King Jamesj for hcldrfig a Fair in Great and Little Brook-Field, then in St. Mmin in theFie'-ds, now in the Parifh of St. George, Ha: for the buying and felling all forts of Merchandize, and to of May, lo.to continue fpr .fifteen- Days;. this is to acquaint that the Fair will be ooencd on the ill of May next; wher that are willing to take Ground for building Booths, Stalls, &c ing to Mr. Carter, at the San Tsvern in Shepherd'* Market; for the fanw. Q-1   

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