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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 7, 1943, London, Middlesex                                .rf-. .-i, iff. THURSDAY,   AHit-f, t74. Deal,   Jprtl 5 ; ESTERDAY Afterndon and this Morning his MajeftyV Ships the Deal-Caftk, Blahdford, and Baltimore Sloop, with the three Eaft-India Ships, and all the Outward-bound, feil'd to the Weftward. Came down and fail'd, the � �   > Maynard, for Nevis.  Remain, the Terrible and Granada Bombs ; and the Lovercndale, Mangalane, for �aft India.   Came down, the Edward, Watfon, for Vir-'cinia.  Arriv'd, and fail'd again, the Difpatch Tender. Wind N. W. An ExtraS of abutter from a Foreign Minifier at Berlin, to a Perfon of DifiinMion at the Hague, dated April 8. � The GonduS of his Proffian Majefty feems to be as * equivocal .as it is impenetrable. Scarce any. Body imagines �* that the Reprefentations which this Prince has lately made * to the Queen of Hungary in Favour of the. Proteftants tn * Hungary and Bohemia, proceed fo much from a religious (� as a political-Motive. There arc People who are looked � upon to be very "much in the Secret of Affairs, who po-� fio'vely affirm that there is a private Intelligence between � tae Courts of France and Berlin, to which they fay the '� Court of Vienna, together w*th feveral other Powers, * may pbffibly fall a Sacrifice. They have been confirmed �,in thisJMotion by.fome private Advices, which intimate, �-that all the Plans and Proportions which the Court of >* Berlin has made to tb&jpiet, pretending tQ procure, the * Tranquility and Pjeferwcon ot the Empire, have plainly * xotiongaoTeia wew than to caff, a Mift Before the Eyes ��.' of People, and to fbrnifli his Pmnun Majefty with a Pre- tence to Iflemble his Forces and. to farm Encampments, *\ without giving any Body Umbrage   Whether or no there * be juft Grounds for the above Conje&ares, Time will Vihortiy ddcover/ ;., Hague* Aprif.il. We are told that the following- are [{be yrincipaf j!6ints; of the Cominijflion, which the Mar-fnois'de FogUani is charged to execute, with the Court of iGreat Britain.- Fitft, To reprefent that i�s Sicilian Ma-IjeRy hsS no juft Right to refofe to fend back the Troops ,-ofthts Cathfilick Majefty, as he is. required la. do fo. Se-* r thereof :-It was fup-1 pos?d to happen from fome > biack-gnard.Boys fetting Fire to' fome Straw, w older td-warhvThetpfelves-. Yefterday the folloiwingrG%titlemen^vere chofen Directors on.tWEaft>J^|a*C^pauy for *&& Year enfiiing," viz. T�.u     n.i ... y Aleatander Hnwe^-rEfq; "Michael Impey, Efq'j Henry Lafcelks, Efq; vCapt. Willi .m Mabbott," *Nath. Newnham jun. Efq; John. Payne,. Efq; Thomas Phipps, Efq; -WiUiam-PomerQy, Efq; William-Rider, Efq; "William Steele^; Efcp WhichcottTurne^.E%;^ , Capt. James Winter. ;- We hear that on Tnefday lafE Mr. Raven, a Very con-; f fiderable Stationer in Holbourn^ was married at Wanftead.j in the County of Effex, to Mifs Nancy Wilmer, (one of; the Daughters of George Wilmer, Efq; deceas'd, late one! of the Directors of the Eaft-India Company) a young Lady, of great Accomplifliments, and a Fortune of between Four, and Five Thoufand Pounds. A few Days fince died at Scarborough, Mr. Child, an. eminent Brewer, at Bow, in Middlefex. Yefterday died in Queen-Square, Weftminfter, aged near ninety, Mrs. Windrum, Relidof the late Col. Windram. . This Week died in Saho-Squarej Mrs. Ridley, Sifter of ^ the late Col. Ridley. _ On Sunday laft died, after a tedious Illnefs, Mr, Kent, an eminent Dyer, in Old-Street. Yefterday died Mr. Peter Triquit, an eminent Dyer, at his Houfe in Princes-Street,. Spitdefields.'' Laft Week died Mr. Long, a wealthy Warehoufeman, in Houndfdirch. Yefterday died Mr. Thomas Salway, the Comedian, � whofe De,ath is not only a Lofs to the Theatres, but to his Companions, for his affable agreeable Temper, and diverting Companyi Upon Suppofition that the Dutchefs of Buckingham's Corpfe lay in Stue, feveral Perfons came Yefterday to the Houfe for that Purpofe, but were difappointed, the Doors being now fhut to all r'erfons. Newgate, April 6. We the poor .Debtors on the Common Side return our hearty and fincere Thanks, for the Guinea given to our Steward hy a Gentleman's Servant at the Gate, which was a great Relief to us poor Debtors who are confin'd in the moft difmal Prifon in the Nation : The very Name of Newgate keeps our Friends from us. Tiie Money w:is divided by our Steward. And whereas a great many King's Debtors have been confin'd here a long time, and have no Hopes of Redemption, they moft humbly ihew their deplorable Condition, &c. Edinburgh,. March 31. A few Days ago died 8t his Country-Seat, aged 87 Years, Capt. Walter Lockhart, of Kirk'foun:    ;- ^N the Name of God, Amen.   I dharles St. George, of London, Efq; fend Greeting to all fincere Lovers of taeir Country, Virtue, and true JReh'giom Whereas my Father proved unfortunate in the Worlds therefore I the rather chufe to take upon me my Mother's \ Name, and humbly propofe to the World to prmt by Sub-fcription a Scheme, that has at Home and Abroad, in 36 Years hard Study, Pains, Application, and Expence of 100001. of my own getting in Trade, cxclufive of as much loft by Sea and Land, all acquired by my own Induftry iVom a. ftngle Crown, brought up with me to London from Salop, the Place of my Nativity, when I was feat fer out of the Country in 1706 Yefterday Bank Stock was 146 j 8th&; Ind^ Stock ii t half. South-Sea Stock 110 1 4th. DittoDld Anumtitfi 114 3 Sths. Ditto New 1/2 5 Sths. Three per Cent* Annuities rod 1 8ths Ditto 1742} 160 1 8th; Millioit B.tnk 118 3 4ths. Equivalent mi. Royal Aflurance 824 Londow Aflurance m"^'8ths- a 5 4th�� Mine Adventurd Shares, no-Price. Englifh Copper 4J. !9i. Welfh dittO^ no Price. .African, no Price. Seven per Certs Emperor'* Lom in 1 half. Five ptr Cent, ditto 76 3 4ths a jf* Bank Circulation--4!. 12s-. 6d; Prem. India BonLs 4I. 89i Prcm. Three 1 half Salt Tallies 2. Prera. Three 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders e. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto z. Difc.   Ldttery-Tickets igs. a 19s. Prem. CT'HE Rebwrfal f.r the I caft */ t'jg Sons V -f  the Clergy. bz at St. Paul's by Tuefday ncxtt tgt 12 th ivftant, and the Feafi the I'ktirfday fallowing. S    T   E   .W    "    ~    " fit LordBlfoop o/Btingor, Tbe Lord Bfjhop of St. Afkph, 7lvRetff.jt.hn Chspman,Z>.i>. The Re*. John Taylor, D. D. TbeRevStzn. Furfmaii,M. A. A    R    D    S. TbgRev.Jof. Crew, M.A. The Rev. Tho. Tannr.-j M.A, 'The Ri-v. Silv. .Vincent,- M.Ai The R^. Will. Loyd, M. A. Jehn Probyn, Efq; TheRev.Geo.Mzddccks,MA. J foi'. Wiicocks, Efp Tickets to he had at tin fsUo--j.ing Places: 'Toms Coffee* Houfe in Cprnhill ; King's Ajrr.s Tavern, Lombard-Strut J Guildhall Ciffee-Haufe in King-Street j Half-Moon Taruerri in Cbeapfiiie; CJ:apter Cojfce-Hs-.ifs, and King's Arms Tavern* in St. Paufs Churcb*Yard ; Bronuns Coffee-Hotife in Mitre-Court, Fleet-Street ; Dick's Cofse-Houfe, femple-B&r* J Southampton Cgffee-Hoafc in Chuucery-Lane l, Rainbow Coffee* Houfe in Lancafer-Court ; and the Exchequer Cvffes-Houfei^ Palace-Tard. Wefminfer..____     ' Acmiraltv-Offiee, 4 April,  1743. IT is tbe Dirfftiw of the Lord. Commifjionefi *" of the Admiralty, that all tbe Pitty Officers and Seamtit belonging to his Majffiys Ship the ViQqry, ivho are abfint from their Duty, do repair on board tbe faid Ship Jit Partfmoutb-Harbour on or before tbe lafl Day of this Months on Pain not only of being made Run on the Ship's' Books, but of being apprehended, and tried at a Court-Martial at Defer ters. Tho. Corbetf. .____.---*    � � - -_ GfnerHl-i'oft-Uffi^e, London, Match iQt~iyj2. TJ7 fi E R EA S netwittolatidinjr thei pubtick ' Notice that has been fo repeatedly given by this Ofjfrti as "jsellin the'Gazette as in other Nevjs-Papers cig* Parts in tbe North, or the South, bvthe Way ahnoit totally neglected and defpifed. _ f of Holland* France, or Flanders, is after the 'folldvuing William Baker, Eiq; AkL DoddingrBwddyH, Eib> �; Capt. Robert Bootle Richard jtldunt, Efq; , Chriftopher^arrow, Efq; J&chard.Burton, Efq; \3'icfirdChauncjf<-Efq; *fcoger-Drakey.-Efij;.  Joha Emmerfon, Efq; "SamuelFeake,' " William^GoflelmT E^qs" Karry Gough^ Efq N. B. Thofe mark'd with 0 are new ones. Secondly, I am fure it will ftrejigthen and fupport the Proteftant happy Eftablifhment of thefe Kingdoms. And tlJrdiy, It will reftore decaying Tr-idc, employ the Poor, encourage Artificers, export Superfluities, and bring home Gold and Silver, to enable us todifcharge cur heavy Debts, prevent Bankruptcies, clear our Prifons, and make us truly happy. Fourthly, It will enable the King to difband a great Part of his Army and Seamen, and augment the Pay of fo many as fhall be thought proper to be retained. It will make them religious, br.ive, and honeft, and be a true and efFec-! tual Defence to our holy Religion, Country, and Trade. It will encourage and enrich the induftrious Merchant, comfortably fupport the Poor, and handfomely maintain our Reverend and learned Clergy, and make it temporally worth their whiles to be virtuous, diligent, and watchful over their refpective � locks. It will not only clear our Streets of lewd ;nd unfortunate Women, but alfo of all other miferible Objecfs whatfoever. It will enlarge the Wages of W;;t^rineu, Coachmen, Carmen, Draymen, Chairmen, Watchmen, Porters. Linkmen, Shoe-Cleaners, Lamp-inen, Scavengers, and all other fervHc Labourers, without injnring their feveral Employers. It will not only be a fufiicient fupport for all our Schools, Hofpitafc, and Nurfe-ries of all Sorts" of Learning and Ingenuity, of the fublime Tafte now fir being, but will enable the Publick to. enlarge the prejfent ones, and alfo to eredfuchnew oneaas'fhafl be fqund neceffary or Convenient, and wanting for further improving all Sorts of Literature, and lay a true JFpunda-:tion, whereby all A6s of Charity may be  --ivarded from this Office.   And that for all Letters di*  reeled to foreign Countries, by tbe Way of Holland, Franct* and Flanders as above, fent to this Office to be forwarded   _ from any Farts of the Kingdom of Great Britain difiant front  London,  or from any Parts of Ireland,  the ufual inland fo^agf to London is alfo to be paid over and above tbe fo* . retgn Pofiage. �       - ^lofe,By a Cover of feparate Paper to a Letter cfa /ingtt Sheet it becomes a double Letter, and if fueb Cover be to a double Letter it becontes treble, and is to be paidfor accordingly. By Command of the Pcfi-Mcfier-Gencral, ii'eo'^e Sficivocke, See. Engli-fh-C- p Jcr-Hon'se, Apni 6^ 1743. CT'HE Court    '.Ajfijlanls rf the GoWt.cr -4nd Company of Copper-Miners in England dr her thy give Notice, thatWarrants fer the Half-Year t Dividend to Lady* Day lafi, will be deliver d and paid to the Proprietors of red redShares "in the faid Ccrr.pany, at their Houfe in Bufk* Lane,- on Thurfday tlse Zifi infant, and on every Tbutfday follbwiiig^ in the Forenoon. CT* ! E Independent Inhabit art; r,f the City ard � Liberty of Westminster, are defirfi to mcef/itfht Half-MoonTavem in the Strand,Tomorrow, the 2th infi'antf at Seven* O^Cltck in ikerEvening, to commemorate the noble" Straggle they fo "fucceffully made rn"Support of their LibtrtJ aiut bidrpendtnty.   

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