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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 12, 1943, London, Middlesex                                UE J 0 A Y,   A p        12, 1743 tnmg CUE, HIS Moraing &iTd the fiomfc, for the River.  Canc^own and-jfiuiy, tjie Greyhound, W*od, fbr Jamaica ; the Agne3 a$d Betty, Gunelf, ibr Gtoiney j and me Sally, Lane, -and the Berry^ Belcfir, both for' Virginia.' Cam* dofet, the Great Britain, CrookC&$b, for Jamaica, and remain* $*ih the Dutch Ship for Bait-India.  Wind S. by E. Extra� if a Lifterfrom & foreign Minifier at eh " t -. "dated April. 12, � Private Letters fromZtf*<*i� advife, that Peo .� were, very anxious to difcover the Contents o � patches which* the Pruffian Minifter Uk receive-'Court, and upon tthkh 'he has already conftrt' '� Minifter #-and #tV aflined bjr People who j� * well to know, that thefe Difpatchet fcave twa Points in � view, the one to make Representations; upon the Subject � of the March of the Britiflij Hanoverian, and Atftrian  eing Agents) will be the Means of preventing other Captains ^f Men of War from trailing the'Fruits of their Labours to the- Hands of thbfe who are unacquainted : with the Mifcries and JHardfliips of Seafaring-Men. On Sunday died at his Lodgings in Fenchurch-Street, Mr. Ball; a Gentleman lately arriv'd from the WeH-Indies, where lie has a very confiderable Eftate. On Saturday died Mr. Kelham, an eminent Cyder-Mer-?Jhaov & Thames^Street. Yefieniay waamarried at Spring-Garden Chapel, Edward Sigland, of Peterborough, Efq; to Mrs. ivennet, Widow of the Rev. Mr; Kennct, Son -of the late Lord Biftiop of reterjborough. Yefterday Mr.-Alderman Benn, and Charles Eggleton, Bfq; the two Sheriffs of this City, gave the annual Enter-^inment at Exciiequer Eating-hoHfe, call'd the Calvcs-Head-Feaft, fifty-two Heads being* dtefs'd difFerent Ways iortheDianer. " ^This Day the Right'Hon. the Lb.rdChance41or holds the pk General Seal at Lincoln's Inn iialf befoie JBafter Tea*. Thejdme's, Capt. Murphew; from Oporto- is arriv'd * at Dover, who in her PaiTuge had four of hef Crew wafh'd over Board.- Tfiey write fironi Gloucefter, that Owner Smith's Trow, of Bewdley, laden with Timber, and the Newham Boat, were both funk in the Storm on Thurfday the 31ft of March' laft * and that Owner Clark's Trow, of that City, was bkfwn on the Sands. Fleet-Priforr, April i�. We the poor Prifoners of the Common.,Side return our" hearty and fincere Thanks to oar unknovvn generous Benefa&or, for Two Guineas given YeileTday to our Steward, which were equally divided among us, to the great Relief of us at this-fickly Time. Plymouth, April 8. Yefterday fail'd the Newfoundland Fleet, with their Convoy ; and this Day came in the Pearl Man War, "and one other, whofe Name I cannot yet learn. Edtugifrgit April^.  On the 18th of March lift died at Shcernefe, Lieut. Alexander Gordon, of CeniwalljTs fiicgi- ment of Marines, only Son of Alexander Gordon^  of Pitlurg, Efqf On Wednefday laft my Lord SempleV Regiment of Highlanders began their March for.Englandj in order to be review'd by his Majefty. They ai* certainly the beft look'd Foot Regiment in the Service, being generally tall-weH-bodied Men3 and very ftout, an Inftance of which is, that three of their Wives were on Friday, laft delivered of fix Sons and a Daughter. Thb Evening WiB be perfbrin'd, At the Theatre Royal hi Drury-Larte, Hamlet. At the Theatre Royal in Covcni-G&rden, The Fair Penitent.___ High Water at London-Bridge this Day m 18 Minute* after 1 in the Morning, and 43 after 1 at Noon. Yefterday Bank Stock was 147 1 half. India Stock 181. Sooth-Sea Stock 110 3;� 4tl�.' Ditto.Old.AniiuitieB 114 1 half. Ditto New 112 7 8ths. Three per Cent. Ancu.ues 100. 1 4th a 3 8ths. Ditto 1742, 100 1 4th a 3 8ths. Million Bank 118 3 4ths. Equivalent 111. Royal Ailu-rance 82. London ^flurance u 5 8ths a 3 4th*. Mine Adventure Shares, no Price. Englifli C^per 4I. 103. Wellh^liub, no Price. African, no Price. Seven per Ccr.r, Emperor's X-oan 112. Five per Cent, ditto, no Price. Bank Circulation 4!. 12s. 6d. r'rem. India Bonds 4I. 7s. a 83. Prem. Three 1 half Salt Tallies 2. Prem. Three 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5. Prcm. T^ree per Cent, ditto 2.1 4th, Difc 'Lotter)'-Tickets 20s. 6d. Prcm. Admiraky-Orrlcc, 4 April, 1743. IT is the D'lrefiirn vf the Lord Comm\ffion?rs ' of the Admiralty, that -all the Petty Officers and Seamen belonging to hit Majefifr Ship the ViQory, nuho are abfent from their Duty, do repair on board the faid Ship in Portfmouth-Harbour on or before the lajl Day of this Month, on Pain not only of being made Run on the Ship's Books, but of being apprehended, and tried at a Court-Martial as Deferters. -   - Tho. Corbett. CrHE Crf.nmiltre. Jo*. I-iting ike BrJge:F:Qufe Lands do hereby give Notice, that th'ey mill ft in tkj Council-Chamber . at Guildkhll, London, Thwart th: \\th btjlaut, at Four o'Clock in the After/toon, in order to receive Propofals from fucb P-erfon or Perfcns, .as Jha-H k$ imlling to coutraS to Jell a-.td ddli-ver into the Bridge-Yard, Southzvark, clear of all Charges, One Hundred Loads of. good and found Maiden Spire Elm Timber, at a Load and Half Meetings, and vo one Piece to contain lefs than Jtxty Feet; and Fifty Loads of the fame Timber at a Load Meeting, anc^io one Piece to contain lefs than forty Feet, to be entirely djth'wrd in one Month next. afte?^j:sat ds, and to be of the Ictji Year siFall, and no It'itcb Elm amo'igjl it; of which, more particular Information may he had at the Comptroller s Ojftrg in the BridgZ-Ya. d, Sculkvicrk. _]fj j.   V 1y K a R I N G,   Ccmptrolle: 'HE Coinituuee Ur [.".tin?, the Er'J^e-litufb Lasds ,ay 'hereby give Notice, that ti'ey intend /�, Utt t)j -JeveratLeafes, for twenty-one Years, the fothrvihzgLnb+.v&U 1. A M-effuage or Tenement on the If'ejl Side of the North End of London-Bridge, in the Occupation of Mr. Gilmore, '& Fijbmtnger., \ ..." � .     ... 2. A Meffaage or Tenement on the fame. Side of the faid Bridge, Jafe in the Occupation of Mr.Dixon,,aQutler.   , / 3. -A Mejfuage or Tenement on the fame Side cf the faid Bridge^ in the Occupation of Mr. John Piihon'. . 4. A Mejfuage or Tenement on the fame Side- ojf'the faii Bridge, in the Occupation of Mr. Ambrofe Brown. C. A Mejfuage or Tenement on the fame Side of the faid Bridge, iri the Occupation of Mr. Richard WaUdett. 6. A Mejfuage or Tenement on the fame Side of the faid Bridge, in the Occupation of Mr. Brandon Hatch. . , . 7. A 'Mtffuage or Tenement on - the Jatne Side of the fata* Bridge, in the Occupation of Mr. Dunne. ,. .   , 8. A Mejfuage Or Tenement on the fame Side of the faid Bridge, in the Occupation of Mr. He/ny Horn. And that the faid Committee noil I.fit in the Gnincil-Chambet* of the Guildhall,- London, TomOrrrvj, being the i^'th infiantl at Four o' Clock in the Afternoon, to receive Propo/als for the fame j of which more particular Information may be had at the Comptroller s Ojfice in the Bridge-Yard, Seut/rtvari, iff which faid printed Particulars all Perfons bidding for thi abente Lots are to write their Propofals. _JOS.   PICKERING,   Comptroller'. '' CT*H E Committee for lettingr the Cti.v's Langs* in the Account of the Chamberlain of the City of London^ gi /        .      cion-dtrect, near KatctiJJe-^rofs uforefatd,. blsinmnv at d % T�l% YTVl ^ J*t; IK* �rnefrreu >'W' eluding a Meffuag/or Tenement in the OccupJioA th, zoth infiant, her Captain bang dtrefed t� Run all fich    of Mr. jgh, par( ^ as do not appear on bo*xrd\ at the aforefatd T:me, after J 4. Eikt Mef Dr 7tnlmnt f,d & �^/g Qn ^ whtch allfucb as are ttoen abfent wtll not only lofe thetr , fame fide of the faid-Street, extending farther NrtlJard Wages, but alfo be-liable to be taken up as j/eferters, and ^jroni the faid Mr. Dyer\ and inching a'Mcffw* orTe tried, at a Court-Martial. Tho. 'Corhcu. St. George's-Hofpitol, 30 ivl.uc, 1743. \TOTrCE is hereby given^ that a Quarterly *� *  Qeneral Court will befheld on Thurfday the i\th of April next, at Ten O'Clock in the Forenoon t at the faid Hofpit al. .        _John Van Kidl, CUrk. CJ^H E Charitable Corporation for tb' Relief 0/ induftrious Poor, fcfr. tvill hold a General Co rt at their Houfe in Spring-Garden, an Thurfday the z\ft Day of April inftant, at Eleven in the Forenoon, on fpecial Affairs. _John N ind. j>>ctetary- New-River-Office in Brideweji Precinct, Lunaon, March the 10th, 1742. IX7HEREAS fome ill-dcfignlng and di.'br- V  3erly Perfons, did in tbc Night time between the 6th and 7th of this inflant March, tiolawfally and roaJicipufly cut or break down the Bank of, the New River neaf the Rye-HooTe, in the County of Hertford/ whereby the Water of the ikid River was drawn away and lunk for mmy Miles', -to the very great Detriment of die Covernour and Company of the fiid New-River, arid die Service of the City and Town in general^ Thi� k jherefore to give Notice, that whoever &a& difcover any vafbn or Perfons, who fo cut or broke dowa the &id River Bank as afbre�ud, fo & he or they may be apprehended and convicted thereof, ihall imnediatch/ on &ch-Convklioa receive the Sum of Twenty Guineas of tiie Company's Clerk. Sign'd by Order of the &id Governor and Company,       ', ' _ .    "_ Jafpy &M, inted to put in Execution, an Act of ftrltarnent to enable the Rui/hioners' of'the Paiifh of St. ilotolph without Aldgate, in the City of Lender/, ah^Qounty of Mid-' dlcfex, to tebuild the Church of the faid Parifh, give1 Nortcei that tfiey intend to" meet on Thurfday next, the 14th inffeutt, aC Kve o'CJack in the Afternoon, in the VeftryrRopni of the Tabejaadt- beiongbg to the �ud ftrjft, ca&ififloft tdating if the {aid TNt nement in the Octupafion of Mrs. Elizabeth Goodall, fari tenanted and part empty. 5. Eight Mejfuages 6r Tenements on the fame fide of. thi faid Street, extending further Northwardfrom iltefdid Mrs J GoodatPs to the Road hading to Poplar, including a mef fuage or Teirqnent in the Occupation of Mr. fohn Clap colt part tenanted and part empty. v 6. Nine Mtjftiages or Tenementi on the Eaft fide if the faift Street, extending Southward from the faid Road leading tS Poplar, and including a Mejfuage or lenemtnt intbeOccu* pation of Mr. George Follit, part tenanted and part empty. 7. Eight Mejfuages or Tenements on tht fame fide of thi faid Street, extending furtherSouthward from tkejard Mr* Follit'j, including d Mejfuage or TenemenTin thi Occupation* of Mrs. fane Collhgwoed, part tenanted and f&rt empty. 8. Eight Mejfuages or Tenements in'Front, on the Jami fide of the faid Street,, and two in a Court there, extending further Southward from tht faid Mrs. Collingwood's^nelttdi'ng a Mejfuage 6r' Tenement in the Occupation of Mrt. Jan$ Sampfon, part tenanted and pari empty. Arid thai the faidCommitfee will fit in the Councjl-Chaab^ri1 of the Guildhall, Londonr,' oil Wednefday. the zoth'tnjtaht, at Four 0'Clock in the. Afternoon, to receive Propofalsforjfo fame', of'whichfurther Information, andprintlAtPartict$ari may be had at the Comptroller's (Sjfde.iA the Guildhall afortfaid? on "which Jaid printed fartictilars -all Perfi&i bidding for any of the above-tots irre'-ftr writetheir' Propofatfi    -      � ;   ' f -J � J>.   S E A-M A-Ny - Comptroller. _, IF all or any ot the;;OffiG^s-;;^r^'^n^. whtiT" did belong to tb>- Ship Loallon-l'ofL Kcnani Wolf^ ^otom^Sder,. tof.  her Voyage from Cadiz *� London, on cf about the Months-c^^trrnber.: and Otlober, tjyj, wrU apply to Mr. Jchn.Cox, Kokery.-"^ "      ; v the Crofe Keys the Corner, of Spittle-Yarf, in Spit4f-Rsldj. ioi fo��teJ|. rnutfi:tj tim   

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