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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 1, 1943, London, Middlesex                                mmr mm Deal,  Match 30. R k IV       the King G�Kg� i Cabbot, from JCaroUna; the TVi%> Galley, Dorafbrd^and tKes Lambert, Hay man*, both from Oporto ; the - --^ Walker, from Jamaica f the _ Mercy, Wright, from Ne^vcaftkr, for Gibraltar ;  the Pismberion* Nuris, from Liverpool, and faHM. for. Rotterdam.. Came down and fiiTd; the Baltimore Sloop. Came flown, the Princefs of Wales, and the Heathcote, bcihfbr India ; the Britannia, for Madeira; the Minerva, for Vir-fcinia, and remain, with the Ships aa perlaft *Put..back, the Elizabeth/ for. St. Kit's j the Katherine, for Ne&3 | and the Everton, for Maryland.   Wind N. W. An ExtraS of a Letter front a foreign Minifier �/ Pa&is, dated April 2. * Ever fince the King has taken the Reins of Govern-' ment into his own Hand, the Great Men, without �" DiMnciion, haveiad an eafy Accefc to his Majefty, and * have themfelves open'd the Door to his Favour, which. * during the Lift-time, of Cardinal de Fieury was Qxat to. �. every Body, to fuch a Degree was that Prelate oneafy-� and jealous under his Jgteat Authority.; hut now that this *" Minifter is no more, h& who beft knows how to make * his Court, may So ft without being in danger of drawing � upon himfelf a Lettre de Cachet. As tne King takes � great Eteafttre in applyig^ himfelf to the Affairs bf.thqf I bate, and, as .this Prince now, contrary to C�#om, fre-< queritly himfelf receives Petitions and Memorials, and * informs h mfelf of the Administration of the; Finances, � of the Merit and Capacity of thofe that are at'jrhe Helm * of Afifttrs, and_as he becomes as curious as lie Was here-� tdfore indifferent, the Marfhal de Noailles has jdeliver'd * to (his Majefty a Memorial of very great Importance, drawn' up a considerable time ago by that Lord and � Several Others* and which, ;it's fard,- aims at redreffing * ' the Abtrfes as.well of the Church a$  f the Xing, that he pro-, �*Pofes to retire every Week to Choi/y, and there take �JPSans to put it in Execution.  M. Amelst, Secretary of * State, andM. Grry, Comptroller-General, are, it's-laid, *-:amongft the Number of tncfe who will open the Scene *� of the 'Reform. In fcort. People epf�& a. great Altera-if don. They are m as high Exjp�*&ation too to hear of finae.^important. Event, as foon as the Army (hall be ^^Iteny^d trpo*the Mo/effe* This Armjr, .which waV to � have been but 4x7000 Men, will now be 6cWbo, and is **o Nbe commanded- by Marfbal Noailles, and all #ie' * Tr&cesof the Blood. ? That which occafions this Augmen-^.$itiwp, is,; Advice which the King has receiv'd o/-a Negpeiation between the Courts of Vienna and Dt:efdent. *- relating to theLDotchies of        and CB^*f;V They write from the Hague of the 6th of April, that the Marquis dc- Fenelon believing that Meff. Trevor and ReHcnach were principally concern'd ..in' compofing the $*Hnarks upon the Plan ot Pacification, isjncehlhily, and �very where declaiming againU thefe Mjhifters. People are Very-tench furprte'd that the Emperor, perceiving the Effcft thit this-Plan has had upon 'the Minds of many, t\ii,^awif tlwirprincipal;Aroc^e thereof; thjtt is::to fay, SfCMlftriaarKmof (ns :fafe�pricks, yhich >yas to have pade his new far^tiom coinpatVand Taaad. . t    O    K    D    O    N. ;|lo^l of Pa^iaineiu are jtdjdten-d M Taefday * isxA \is now ^taiiiat they will be prorogued �y.the-x.Qthfnfemt. �v from Jamaica advifc, - that hi� -Maje%'s Ship torfe, C5pt. FoWHui arrived at thai Island from t&nl, wa� CiilMwHh ajfeirga Fleet of Skips to the South '   at^ Eoeritoci^edCc'aCin^againlttieSpani^ds. rK^.Wifls^-te off the Tte-JpSphin, Le Craft, fipom Oporto Ibr London, � tak^t^ a Spaniih Privateer. . ^ ;^3tii�.tieporfced that Dr. Goocji, Biihop of Nbrwich, l^tt^e^apttn'nted Archbi&op-of Votib 'Ms Mafefty wii pletofd to prefent the Retr. -; eS'JWpin, X. LB. ^tp thlp^ecWy of Harteft cum in the .C/Sufty.flif Sp&Sk> . .  .   ,,. . - Atthe lail AfSzes j�'thtr County of Sttrry,r^Perfpns ime loond guilty o� &diaunehts fcr- in �$bi- bi^| tmla��d.-Qtiaes, Spom, >and .:PaftiaeSj% ia Booths eraipa aii�^tiift Race caUed:tb� fioilili^^n%b in ^ Btto�gh �T. Sdiithwark, in I Tonr?�aat % called Sdft�^.^airk a^^:a^ men'�f  ^M$ I ^lU;^iT&tfgnter^ Ceutford, anaygeabley^ung t^atly; with a fojtune of70001. ] " Yefterdi^T'tomas .C^*%^Bo'eve5v b^fi^fe^in^the i pouiuy>f,(51ki9�n^r;J^';iw^ . Yeftttdajt.died of k lingering.Ilfoefr j^ihe. Fleet-Prlfon; jC^^Tonge,-for^ierly of the Inner�Temple, 1 Vefterday died at his. Houfe in Pye^orher, Mr. Blakeyi (Glaaier to St. Paul's Cathedral, the Chartfer-Houle, an^LJ other-pubiick Buildings; and one of the Clerks of St.! Sepoicnre's without -Newgate. ! Yefterday died at his Hbhfe in CoHege-$treeti Weftmin- � jfteT, .Mr. Fifher^ College-Cook to the King's Schboi at ^Wefimihfter; ^nd Churchwarden, of St. Jqhn the Evangelilt, \ On Tuefday Night the Corps of Mr. Bourn, an eminent Salefman in Monmouth-Street, was interr'd at Se Giles in the Fields. As foon as his Corps was laid in the Grave, and purfuant to hw^own Defire, the Bells rung.a complete Peal, and thofe that attended his Fun-ral drank over his Grave Wine, Rum, and Brandy, a Bottle of each, to' his Sohl's Health.: His Funeral Sermon is to be preach'd by the Rev. Mr. Howard next Snnday ; and afterwards, thofe cimjf were -at his BoHai are to be ent y thg Rev. Mr. Broughton, Le'cbirer of Alhallows Lombard-Street, for the Benefit of the Charity Boys educated in the faid Parifh. Ludgate Prifoa, March131'. We the poor Prifoners on the Common Side return our. hearty"and fincere Thanks to our unknown generous Benefactor, for a Guinea put into our Begging-Box this Day, which was a very feafonable Relief at this Time, the greateft part of the Prifoners being very ill, and we not having the Benefactions ilnce the A,A of Infolvency as ufual, molt People thinking that we are all releas'd, which we cannot be any of us for feveral Months yet j therefore we moft humbly hope that our kind Benefactors will be fo good as to confider us in-thb Remainder of our Confinement.   The Guinea wa 'itto 1742, 100 1 8th a 1 4th. Million Bank if8 3 4th*. Equivalent in. Ro^ai Aflurance-82. London Afliirance ti f 8ths- a j 4tht. Mine Adventure Shares, no Price. Engliih Copper 4I. 10/. WelOi- ditto, no Price. Afjiean, no Price. Seven /per t CenuEhig^or's Co.-.n fn } 4th. Fiirt per Cent; ditto 77 I 4th.* Bank Circulation ~$. 12s. Sd.iPrem. IiJdia Bsutii 4]. 7s. a 88. Prcm. Three 1 half Salt Tallies 2, Pfienj. �Thxee 1 half, per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5. Prom. Three per Cent, ditto 2. Difc. -Lottery-Tickets 17s. 6d. a iSs^d. Prem. T~; Atimiraity-Office, 25 March, 1743. ' K/1S "fifty of the teamen lale belonging to bis Majejly's Ship the Defiance haw been turtCd tfttr to the Alderytey at Hull, and a like Number & the Aldborougbat Liverpool, and'fenders are now' at Sheern eft ready to[earry them to. their reff>ctli/^;(i^rr/^�/ \HoY?dkd;/FraKel'o�F iiatyfcmelimis bet* \made,: and I*t�sis,Jb^t>eeti. deliv&dib thf* Office, direBed ]to i$$tiifi^ries, fteimat 'ftreig* 'fyfi*g*r '**�, requifd- by ASyfTarliameuti ThePoft-itiffer-General hiii thovghi.fito iBJfairttfti that the Pofiagrh % paid btre at this Office, or eti ibe fiejfcetiive Receiving-Houfes or Offices, appointed andautbori^fftr the taking in if. Letteri in. Tno* \or Country, by aifPerJ^eorreffioni^hgwith ^trm'a?iy\Jt(tby or any foreign Partt in the North, or thi South, by the Wop, of Hoilavdf France+rOr Flandere, is afttr thl following Between London tmi e^y Part of Germany; fttlf,Sicily,SwiC8erlan(f, Denmark^or Sweden, andallPttrts of the North (through Holland),  Single Double Treble Ounce Single Double rreble Ounce Single Double Treble Ounti s. I z' 3 4 t 4 6 i a 3 t d 6 6 9 6 o 9 6 i Bctnveen London and any Part o/"Spain or Portugal, through France, or by Packet-Boats dtreclly, Between Londdn andanyPart of half � ior Sicily, through France, by Way of Lyons, or any Part of Tatky,? by Way of Marfeilles, \ _______   3   _ And it is to be obferved, that 6n Failure of filch Payment of the above Rates, no Letters to fuch foreign Parts can be forwarded from this Office. And that for all Letters di-reSed to foreign Countries, by the Way of Holland, France and Flanders as above, fent to this Office to be forwarded fiom any Parts of the Kingdom of Great Britain difiantfront London, or from any Parts of IrelanJ, the ufital inland Poftage,tQ. London is alfo to be paid over and above the foreign Poftage. . �    �     - ( '' Note, By a Cover of feparate Paper to a Letter of a ftngh Sheet it becomes a duuble Letter, and if fuch Cover be to 4 double Letter it becomes treble, and is to be paid for accordingly* By Command of the'Pofi-Maftxr-General, George Shdvocke, Sec,  -     ��-~--1-;--- St. George's Hpfpual, 30 March, 1743s  \ AJOTICE is hereby given, that a Quarterly', General -Court willbe �rfd:onTburfdAy the.l^tbof April next, at Tvi o'clock in the Forenoon, $t the faidHofpitaU _ - John Van Rial,-. Clerk* ~~Notice 'is   bfrehj giveh> .. THAT on Tuefday next, tf\e 5th' iriftant, *tfd on-the Friday, following, will be paid at Mr. J!cfeeB's,-in Ne�* Broad-Street-Bailings, the renftainJng Parr* of the Pmc*Muney due #r the tifcbVjt of Porxo Edlo andChagrer by his Ma^efty^s Shps in tlrf Weftifcdkr'J "ffdv'er* tfJthe, S~iram,^fin^FHdty'tfc^dfc'fffi aiSek^^Woeteimtht Eveningi teevminme^at^'the~irip/f \ Struggle the? fo fuecefifidly^ whirfewer,-,Tv��y Poua4�." F�r Xellfcj w Mte Tww*� *nd Independency* -  ' . �.� jpsijjjtf3^ *�     -:m^ & �V  V      ? iC E N Si NG TON-TURNPIKE.- TH ft Truftees of the;Kenfingtohv Chelfea* F\ilh?�T>, ire. TurnpiJ*, ars dciirM to meet (?t tbeir aai General MeciU�5; at the Crtwn Tavern in King-Street, WefhBfcftwf aa'lVtcoaay nczt/the 4th infant, at Ten o'Clock-in the Forerioon.        - Wi iEKKAS, a Patcnc was granted by King Charles the Fix!}, arid confirmed by Khig Jajncs the Sceoodj ftr h6H?ng'a Fair in Gre3t and. tittle;JJrctok-FieW, then in the Psrifii of St.Mirtiniii tiw Fields, nb'v^p the iPatifh of St. Qecsge, Hisaover-iSquartj for the buving jnd iel&jg jfi farts of Merchandize, and to begin the jfl � fMaV, lotCf comimie for fU'te=n Dajsj tliisis to acqaiint tbc'-publick, that the Fait'will be occbetf, on the irt'of.Mayncjft ; where ail Peifcn* th?.t are wjJJi.-^ to uktfitffitjd tor building Booth?, Stalls, by zf$j* ring to Mr. Cyficr, at th^ $un 'r�vern in ShephtfrJ"s Maikeli t�]:�gaet fyt the lame. " ; - *   .      �    * "'"""      e�e arc Shojs to letr already boilt, very comwodiovi* fbtToyi, :over-d V^ayiU a}�ng betweeo thefiuji ShoptV tHal ibe Go�- "          *it fcouidrakfc     �-. \-        " PithUfb-d with' Confint of bis Me^fiyrPrivttrl. ; . WHereas by in Adt oF '.^arli^mfiQe^-rriisiie in the Seventh Year of the Reiga cf bis fe'teilfejeity .feflg George* . muuea an Act -to -prefeTW- a�d eaeotiragft- the-'Wonlle��jd HSilk ftflores.cf th& Kingdom, afnd fpj: -ptxm �tr*ettiSl k'eotolof% tlig Wxtfijf piohibJung thetJfe andWear ofil^prifltld, pilnted, ftain'iVor.ay'd Gallfco�,'id AptpteJ/ Houftokt^nflF, orothWwtfKj.'a&er theacthrrf'DwertliWj^yiz, :(ntrtft as therein k except/ 'ItijfarT^'tdieTThlHp Perfcn Hull n &�ef pritrted^rimtedj ftai!d,- ot )df*<*JGWBtoi,- o*-gny-Bed;'. GWt, Ce^onj Witfbw-etMtaii, &'titha Hoofhs4* S^nK or :Fnn^wiTe Vrb^tfcete,-rijade vp or aixed wilbrifnch C^troyimleli f&&&e$&ch theteo^ 
                            

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