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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 25, 1943, London, Middlesex                                P & t t) A Y, ' Ma Rt h 2|v 1743. Zktf/,  March i\. RKIV'D, the Grand Duke/Madger, and the Ruby, Saunders, both from' Leghorn. Came down, the Dif-patch, and the- Morning Star, both for Lifbon ; the Hill Galley,, Afltfed, /or Antigua; the Katherine, for Nevis ; the London, for Virginia ; the Betfey, for Philadelphia ; the Britannia, for Bafton ; the Prince for Baxbadoes j - the the Jofeph, Wind W.N. for W. of Wales, profperous Either, for Maryland ;  and Leghorn.   The Ships as'per laft remain. jln Extratl of a Letter from the Hague, dated March 29. � It's fcarce poffible to exprefs the Surprize and Wrath < that the Marquis de Fenelon was thrown into, when he , law the Pamphlet which came out a few Days ago, -atuUi. i the Titie of, A flan projeSltd for making a Peace, with , Rnnarks, The Baron de Reifchach, afliited by fome very , fevere Writer, 'tis faid, made thefe Remarks; "he has i therein given great Scope to his Thoughts and Exprcflions, 1 and endeavours to demonilrate the Urirealbnablenefs of 1 the Conditions which the grand pofthumous Syftem of the � late Cardinal de Fleury, offers.   This Work not only < takes tiie Mafk off from the Court France, but even . jnveilopes as it were that Crown with Epithets fo injurious i and irritating, that was a private Perfon to-be painted   Fhmcs cA\ Mount 'Vtftcvius. Things are carried to fuch t a* ExcefSf that as foon as the Marquis de Fenelon had �received a fi'ngle Copy of this Tract, he immediately  feut to procure a great Number of them, and aftewards  (hut himfelf in his Chamber with nc body but the Abbe � de la Ville, in order to* draw up a Memorial for the j i Court of France.   After this Piece was compofed, the ; < Marquis de Fenelon difpatch'd the molt expeditious 1 < Courier to his Court witn two Packets 4cf Importance, ,� (that is to fay) �ne for his- molt Chnir.i.1* Majefty, con- i < uining ieveral Copies of the above Tract fuppoied to '< be wrote by the Baron de Reifchach, w,ith tne Memorial < full of Remarks and Obfervations concerning the Party ' wjiich his Majefly ought to uke in Regard tofo atrocious '< ?.n Injury; and another Packet for Mr. Anient, fiiicd � likewife with Copies of the above Tradt, and a long Lct- < ter upon this Affair. In fhort, 'tis ablolutely irnpeflible ' to defcribe the Dilturbance which tnis Pamphlet has '* given the French Ambaffador, fo lharp and full of Viva-� city Ate ihe Expit&ous thereof.   It is uot a iittle rc- 1 niarkable to ice him go from Place to Plaw, and hevr* < him complaining of the unheard-of Treatment which his � Court fuffers from the above Invective.' LONDON. . The Trimmer, Capt. Reddard, arriv'd laft Wednefday off Dover from ^Lifbon, brings a Confirmation of the taking of the Noftra Senora il Santa Sacnmenta del Rofara orF Faro, by-.iiis Majefty'i Ship the Oxford, who was carrying her into Lifbon as Capt. Reddard Came out. Yefterday Orders were ifm'd fr6m tae Lord Chamberlain's Office for the Court's going, intj Mourning On Sunday next, for the late Eleftrefs Dowager of Palatine, as aifo for the late Princefc of Heffe, who was Confort of Prince William of Hefte,. viz. the Men to wear Black, full trimm'd, black Swords and Buckles, fring'd or plain Linnen. The Ladies -td wear black Silk or- Velvet, fring'd or pjain Ininnen, black 'or white Fans and Shoes. Yefterday Morning at a Wardmote held at Cutlers-Hall, for the Elefton of ' an Alderman of Vintry Ward in the Room of Sir William Rous, Knt. deceas'd, Edward Gibbon, of Putney, Efqj was chofen without Oppoiition. Yefterday^was held a.General Court of the Governors of St. Bartholomew's HofpitaJ, when Thomas Sandfox.d, Efq; Deputy to Mr.. Alderman Perry, was unanimoufly chofen Treafurer, in the room of Mr. Alderman Weitley, chofen Pwfident ; and Mr. Timms, Son to the Gentleman wno lately refign'd the Place of Clerk to the faid Hofpital, was, chofe in his room. On Wednefday the 16th inftant died, at her Houfe at New Brentford, Mrs. Henrietta Winchcomb, Daughter of Sir HarryWinchcomb, Bart, of Bucklebury in Berkfhire ; and on Tuefday was interr'd at the fame Place, in a Vault belonging to that antient Family. Laft Week died the Rev. Mr. Charles, Minifter of Pinner, in Middlefex,- and fecond Mailer of Harrow School. ' On Wednefday Night died-Mr. Owen, a wealthy Scarlet-Dyer, in Old-Street-Square. The Rev. Nathanifel Brewer, M. A. is prefented to the Rcflory of Lathborpugh in the County of Gioucefter. And William Boroughs, M. A. is prefented to the Reftory of Midley, alias MedLeley, in the County of Kent. Ralph Feeeman, D. D. is prefented to the Rettory of Afpedoain the-County of Hertford. The Rev. Luke Trevigare, M. A. is prefented to the Rcftory of Hertfmonceux in the County of Suflex. � Yefterday James Jones and Thomas Cotchett were com-Jnitced to ClerkenwelFBridewell, the.firft for Itealing a great Quantity of Lamp�)il from Mr. George Knight, and the latter for receiving tie fame, knowing it to be ftolen. Ori.Sunday Morning a Charity Sermon will be preachM at Ae Parifh Church of St. Oiave in.Hart-Street, Crutched-Fryarj by the Rev. Dr. Thomas, Reftor of St. Bennet at j Pants Wha'ffi arid Refidentlary of St, VaaYs;' fbt the Berlefit I of the Charity,Children of Aldgaie Word. ' On Sunday next two Charity ScFmons will be preach'd at the PariQi Church of Alhallows the Great in THames-Street, fbl"the Benefit of tht? Children belonging to Dowgate Ward ; that in the Morning by the Right ReV. Dr. Herring, Lord Bifhop of Bangor $ and that in the Afternoon by the Revf Mr. Wingfield, Lecturer of St. Thomas. The fame Day two Charity Sermons will be preach'd at |_ the Parifh Church of St. Swithin at London-Stone in Cannon-Street, for the Benefit of the Children belonging to the Evening Ledure at the faid Church; that in the Morning by the Rev. Mr. Smith, Reftor -.of Alhallows on London-Wall; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Fifher, Reftor of Ropfley ip Lincolnfhire. .  * The fime Day two Sermons will be preach'd at the Parifh Church of St. Mary Whitechapel, for the Benefit of the Charity Chitdren helohgirig to'fhe fiiid'Parifh'; thaj in ' the Morning by the Rev. Mr. Collins, Vicar of Waltham-ftow; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Dubordieu, Vicar of Low-L.iyton. In the Adi ertiftment- adtircft'd to the iwjitly Inhabitants of lb; IFatdof ^uefnbilb% and fignd AVillum Spragg, in Y'jltrdayz Pxipcr, jor turning, fkaje to reed returning. High Water at Londbn-iindgc after 11 in the Morning. th:s Day at 30. Minutes Yefterday BaiiK Stock was 147 1 4th for the Opening. India Stock^ no Price. South-Sea Stock no 1 4th a 1 8th. Ditto Old. Annuities,.Books fbi;t. Ditto New 112 7 Sths a 113. Three per Cent. Annuities 100 r 8th a 1 4th. Ditto 1742, 100 1 8th a 1 4th. Million Bank 118 3 4ths. Equivalent 111. Royal Aflurance 82. London Aflurance 11 5 8ths a 3 4ths. Mine Adventure Shares, no Price. Englifh Copper 4I. 10s. Welfh ditto, no Price. African, no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loin, no Price. Five p*r Cent, ditto, 77 1 half. Bank Circulation 4I. 10s. Prem. India Bo.ids 4J. gs. a 8s. Prem.* Three 1 half Salt Tollies 2. Prem. 'i nree 1 half per Cent. Exchequer ^rders 5. Prem.   Tnree per Cent, ditto 2, Difc. Gi-jieir..l-i'olt Uih\e, Lontion, Muicti 10, 1742. Tt/'HKRE.JS iwtwUhiiarding the  publick * Notice that has been Jo repeatedly given by this Office, as nve// in the Gazette as in other News-Papers, concerning the Foreign Pojiagt which is to be faid here for all Letters that are to go to'-Germany, Italy, or any other Country beyond Fiolland, France, or Flanders, Mifiakes hat'e fimetimes been made, and Letters have been deliver d to this Office, directed to thofe Countries, -vithout paying the Foreign Pojlage, as requird by Act of Parliament : - 'The Peji-Mafler-General has thought fit to advertife, that the Pojlage to be paid here at this Office, or at the refpefti. printed, r- .:>' d, .1. ii/d, or oy'd CaJlic , ur.- rr..tion therccf". and tmlsi's the ftibe  uli b". cleared o'Jtw.-rd, accordingly as k u'ual in Oale ct m'-; for Exportation j he or they ihouid ;w eve/y fjch Offence, for*" ir ?r.i ray the Sam of twt-n:j Pounds, to be recuver'd as thereby diredei : An i chit no Perfon ci Perl�m, StcfM ufe cr we'ir in Great Drirain, in or ab uf ?r.y BccJ,- .fniri Cufhicu^jyifijfow ij^urtam, or auy other fort of H-Juitoid Stuff or Furniture^ any' fuerh ^JU-^- iijiin tlie'ForfJture of tti Surri of twcs�y-4'oHnds,-to beV  r-jecver'd as-i? thcrci.y a'lo d're-it^'" Atid wl>cte4> many 1'etfcrjs, i>nier a p:etnidfd Ignorance of tic f.id *tt-r>f Pariisrnont, have, fince the Com-nK-p.ccmcnt thcteof, and nrw do u.e or wear iirtheir Garmenrs or App.-rel, Cal'ico, under the Difciiptions-th.ri'in n>:n ruifd, othenvife riiail as li th'uby dirc'ird ; and uu er Colour thereof h-ve nit been. profcci;?ccl 'or Recovry of the Pemit:es thereby Incurred, and By fuch M;ans th-; g'od Intejits of the i'.id Acl have not be-n anfwc-r'd ; to(- Ker/tily w,1 ,-v\'f, end that no Peif n n:ry her�iftcr picad Ignorance of the iJrerr,ifrs, this is publihcd : And pubiick Natce i> hereby alio given, iJut the laij At! of Par-harr.cnt will be ftriilly put in Execution againit the OfTenden thereof, bf the Cotton ?�Ianufai�rurcrs in Luica.Liie. Ncte, The Pcrahie* in this Act ate, for weiring them in Aprkrel, Five Pounds. Far ufmg or wearing thetn in r.ny Kou/ricld Scut or Furniture whntfocver, Twenty Pounds. For felling or exporin^ to Sale, Tvyerjy Pound*. THE Truftecs apppmc-d ,o pai m Hjcecucidn an Aft of Parliament to enable the J ari/hrcners of the Pdnft of St. Botolph without Aldgate, in the City of London, to ra'ib a certain Sum of Money for Payment of Debts alrcac-y contvac'ted to* 'he Relief and Maintenance of the Poor of the faid Parifh, give Notice, thru trx-y intend to meet on Monday next, the ;Sth inibnt, at Three o'Clotk in tne Afternoon, �t the School-Rooni the G.mer of Hbu'ndfditch, in th inted by the Veifcry of the Parifh of St. Maty AJjJerrtmy, to treat and agree with any Perfon thjt is willing to take on them the Cloathins, Care, and Maintenance of the Poor of tlis faid* 'Parifli," WiR meet at the Church of thei faid Pari/h, on Wednefday next, at Four 0* Clock in the Atkmoon, to (treat and agree for the fame at a certain Price : and each Con*ra�lor to have th� Benefit of the Poors Labour. For further Particulars, enquire of Mr. Hugh Hackingj Chdrch-Wardert^ at the C-cJc in Sow-Line.     '__ /i-->fc'JitAS,   a Par(-m was granted  by Kjifg Charles the Fifft,.and cortfirmed by King James theSecond^ frt hdd-ng a Fair in Gieat and Litde Riook-FieH, thta in the PariA of St. M�rtin in the Field.', now in the ratifhof St. George, Hanover-Square/ rrt- tfi buying and felling all ,re>rts of Mcrchand*r,', aad to bepn the :(i of May, io'to continue for fifteen Days; this ii to acquaint _the publkk> tb't the Fair will be on-ned on the lit of May ncxr.; whe'e .jjll Petfoni th tt are willing to take Ground for building Bootlis, St.:lh, &c. by applying to Mr. Caifter, at the Suri Tavern in Shephsrd's Market, may a|hm for the fome. _ Note, The faid Fair w:l! be laid out in a grand Manner, like the greit Fair at St. Germairs in Park.__ ' This Evening, (exaclly at Seven) and every Monday and Friday at the fume Hour, will te continued ACour'fc ct 1 edturvh on the Nacure and Cure of the Difeafes of the EYE} By      JO  H   N x    T A Y/ L O R, DoBor of Pbyfck, Swgccn, Oculifi to bi{ Majtfty, and FehTl) of feverat CotUz't of Ph./iziditt in  /cr.-;--   Psrts, At his Houfe in Great Queen-Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields.. The Lecture thi- Evening is On (he Difeafes of the Chryiralb.ie 'iTtimotir^ wherein not only his new Method of Couching, or removing the difeas'd Chryftalline from the Axis of the Globe of the Eyej in every Species of iti mo:'bifick Alteration?, (all known under the Names of Cataract ind G!au-� co.T.a) and in every Stjte of each Species, with the Reafcns of its many other fuperior Advantage? 'o that �rdmanly praftisM, will" be c�^i!y fliewn and explain'd ; but alfo an hiftorical Narration will oe yven of all that hai been faid on'thefe Difeafes, as well by the Amienrs as Modern:?. The Gentlemen of D;ftin�lion and of the Faculty are invited j and 'tit defir'd that all fuch will pleafe to attend hy Seven in the aveninr etaftly. Arnongft the Vinery of Perfons tbrt Dr. Taylor ha? under his tare with Defects ofSight, he has Perloris labouring under eveiy Species of the Difeafes of the Chryftalline. The Gentlemen who attend his f/ectures on thefe Difeafes, are free to be prefeflt at ajl his new Operatioris that he1 fhall make for them, and to attend the Succels:" The Time and Order of which wilt b- mention'd in hh Lecture tihi^Eveiiing.___, Athe""KING'S THEATRE in the JfX. H'AY-MARKET, Tomorrow,  being the 26th of Marci, be petfonn'd an OPERA, call'd / EN    R    r    c    o. W-th  Dances and other Decoration!. Pit �nd Boxes to be put touethei ; and no Person* to be admitted vrithoit Tickets, witich will be deliver'd that Day � the Office in the H�y-r*{�rket� at Half a Guinea each.   Galle.y Five hhiilibg�. By   H!s  MAJESTY'*  Command, Mo Pernor; whatever to be admitted beh'nd the Scene*. The Galjery will be -open'd at Four o' Clock,. Pit and Boxes i: Fiv*. To   beg-n   at   i>ix' o'Ctock.__. "  By   ru J sTTiTTToTNi �The   Tenth-  Nigkt. AT the Theatre. Royal in Covent-Garden, this D?.v,  will be ;ieTform'd A    NEW    SACRED    O RAT O Rid With a CONCER T O on the ORGAN. And   a   Concerto   on  the Violin   by  Mr.   DUBOURG. Tickets will be delivef'd to Subscribers this Day, at the Office Si Covent-Garden Theatre. Fit and Boxes to be put together, and no Perfons to be admitted without Tickets, which will be "deliver'd this Day"; at the Office in Cove-. t-Gaidtn Theatre, at Haifa Guinea each.   Firft Gallery <; s.   Upper Gailc:y -js. 6d. The Galleries will he open'd at Four, Pit and Bo
                            

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