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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 14, 1943, London, Middlesex                                J7 T H tf K S DU V,-: April 14 ,1  1 � 743 t Deal, April i2. J : 1 Mum _4 and Marthay Evenden, for Lilbori. Came � dow% the Hatley, WiEfcn, for Virginia-ji; the^rieadflup,^L--J for Genoa j the i^ttyj-Qailen, *for - Ireland j and {he^mon, for Havre de Or^cel /^Pat i bffk/ the Ruby, Wharfe,: for Virginia;; theGreyhound,Wood, for Jamaica; and remain .with the - Calcheftef, * A-fbv Days fincedied 4t Btpmley,neatBow, Middlefe^ I '.J OSf AMfi down and ^d; the Ridiard   the Rev. Mf:^ rBenj.> Wood;J wlib .had bfcen thirty Years Miuifter of that: Pariffi; He was an pceellent Scholar, and;a mo& accurate* judicious Treacher i\iThe6&ft of prodigious Reading, and the on Monday laft ifl the AfternrbfU JL* the three following Bank Notes, viz. No. io-, to Rowland Robert 4oh*ited the 7Jth of Augdft, '174.1 j No. ao8, to JofepK Hett id, 40I; dared the ift of April, 174-3 � Nb.-jso, to Hoare add ArncI3, icfcj. dated the 6th of April, 1743^ in cafe the kid &otcs ihould be offend id clofpft Study and. Application. _ r 'What is far more i flluftri'ous/ the the Loverendale^ MangalenCj both* for the Great Britain, Crook&Mkv:':ipr Macclesfield, Eaft Jamaica; and the two Tenders.  Arrived,, dieSe&^Horfe, : Dodgfon, from Lancafier; and the Maiy, Putford, from Chdten  Wind W.S. W. v .'O- *     . ftenna,Jprili2>: The foliowmg is ^ a Letter wrote to the King of Great Britain by,h&Maj�#y of Sardinia* foon after .his Retreat out of Swuoy^ and which     beeri fincfc communicated to th&CourW.v    ; ^lk^Jimw^Brpth$rt . \ * You have already .been acquainted hy:my Mini&er at Kyovu; Court with tii Keafons which .obliged me to -With--  draw my Army from Savoy, and to\ caufe it; to return * into fiedmnu  Yy the Norwich-Artift, who wver liad the Ufe of either Hands or Feet, was To .Admiralty-Office,^ 7 April, 1743. JT is the Direttion of the Lords Comimjfioners of the Admiraltythat alt the Stamen  ***A*�*~A-^a -v^ki*!     *^r- T Anns'before her leaves garments which :.irtr Omictftood^an& coached in thof* * which induced me to take ixpArms, and was the Occa- * jibn of our Troops joining.  L pray God, my good * Brother, to have you conftantly u$ider.ius heavenly Pro-VttGion,. '.. * Tour, good Brother and Ally, m , ..... r.. .     .r.,<,.f... lX   m Taviftock-Strcet,  Coveftt-Garden,   aflifted   by Mr; Jikckney; but 'tis.^tiiought molt of her Cargo will be faved. � :    Yefterday' four Companies of^ Highland "Regiment, arrived here, on thqir Way forLbndpn, in. order : to be reviewed by his Majefty. . YefterdayTe'nnight we had a violent Storm of Wind at N. E. when.feven Cobles; on.board of which were ay People, were loft. From Sunderland too we have-difmal Accounts of the Effefts of this Storm. '   - , - *Tis faid-two Ships are loft' on the Salt Spar, near Hartlepoole; and that fii Cobles belonging- to the faid Place* are wanting. ,  - : �"W^ilill continue- to hear of the Damages done tofShip-pir|^along the Coaft: Two Ships fouhder'd near the Bj*y, one of which appear'd to be a new one, of 300 Tots, the othejr. about ioo,' whofe .Crews 'tis believ'd perilh'd. The Rigging and Mails of a Ship is come afhore near Scarborough ; another Ship likewife run aftiore near the iame Place, apdbe^t to Pieces ; arid z. great many Wrecks appear aU, along the Yorkftiire Coaft. � 1   . . This' Eveifing: will -be j perform'd, : At the Theatre Rpyal^^ in Drury-Larie, Coaius,' with the Schooli-Boy. At tHe Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden^: Love's Laft Shift. - -"      - ' ~      7- -r       n  - '     ^ 1 High Waxer at London-Bridge: th� Day at 56 Minutes after a in the Mohiing; and 10^fter-j-in *he;Afcerno#n. euements on thi South Sidi of Queen-Street, near Rateliffe-Crofsy one thereof is in thi Occupation of Mr. John Imber, known by the Sign of thi Queers Head3 and the others adjoining on each fide thereof* Out of 'which a Way or Fqfjage is to be excepted. ?:entSy and a Shed on thi ffortb Side of the faid Street, extending Eafxvard, including thi faid Shed to London-Street,., one nvhereof it empty� and thi reft noix are, or late cirrr, in the federal Occupations of Mr. Francis Barnfeld, Mr. Edward Jones, Mrs/Eli%abetb Leonard, Mrs, Sufannah So*wle, Mr. Eben Brown, and Mrt Robert Cock, - j. 'Eight Meffuages or Tenmenfs on the T^eji Side of \Lon* don}Street, near^ Ratclijfe-Crofs aforefaid,  beginning at Corner next  part of a Rope-lValk, and extending North* nxdrd, including a Meffuage or tenement in the Occupatioti of Mr.' John Dyer, part tenanted and part empty. " ' 4. Eight Meffuagak or Tenements, and a Stablf, on thi fame fide of the faid Street, extending farther JyorikwarJ; jrozn the faid Mr.. Dyer*s, and including a Meffyage lor Te* nonent in the Occupation"of Mrs. Elizabeth Goodallj part tenanted and part empty. 5.. Eight Mefudges or Teneinents on the fame fide of^ thf* faid Street, extending further Northnvard from the faid Mr�f-GoodalPs to the. Road lending to Poplar, including a Mef* \ fuage or Tenement in the Occupation of Mr* John Cldpdf^ part tenanted and part empty. -       ^ : 6. Nine Mefiuages or Tenements on the JLafl, fide of the>faii Street, extending Southward from thefaid^Rjoadleading t& PojJar, and including a Meffuage or Tenement in the OccUs p^tiitkAf. Mr. George Fqllit, fart tenantedandpan> empty* 7. Eight Meffuagts or Tenements oh the fame fide of thi faid Street, extending further Soutinvard from the faid Mrt Follifs, iiicluding a Meffuage or Tenement in the Occupation of Mrs* Jane Golling*wood, part tenanted and part emptyi � 8v Eight Meffuages or Tenements in Front, on ihi'fami Yeftrtrday Bank Stock was 147' j half a 3 4ths. Stock \%z.   '   " *    ~   * ' " India South-Sea Stock *ip/3'4*hs a I'HU a $^ths.' Ditto Old'Annuities 8ths;: fl}itto-New 113.. /Bi^ee Chandl erj the Undertaker. OaT.uefday laft tfcere was a Meeting atMK Chfift&pher Robinfo-ftX; in Frog-Lane; I/Iingtoh, of a -Cbmpah^ of rlorifts, where there."were abundance of good Judges, and: >vcral good;S?edling8 pf Auricula*, (&n by Mr. Jofhiia^ fide of the faid Street, and two in a Court there* extending fuKther'Southfvcardfrom the faid Mrs. Collinghuood's,including a Meffuage or Tenement in the Occupation of Mrs* Jant 'Sa'mpfon, part tenanted and pUrt empty. . , .  .. . _ _ Andtharthe faid Committee-wAll fit in thtCounciUChaJricf per; Cent. Annuities 100 3 4ths;;Ditto r:74^,ioo j^ths.    Qf the-Guildhall, London, on liednefday next, the zoth infi, ,Mill:oh Bank J18';3.4ths.;1 jEquiValefit It      Royal Am] Jat Four ^ Chtk in the Afternoon, to receive Propofahf;r tbi fdme Y'of -which further Information an d printed Particular J may he, had at the -Comptrollers Office in the Guildhall afor'e/aidj on nvhich jdid printed Particulars all Perfofif bidding for anyof th$ abvve Lots are to write their PrOpofali4 D,   SEAMAN," ^ 82.   London.Afftiranc^ 1 i 5 StHs a~:�4tKs, 7Mine rancc Adventure. Shares,: no Price* Englilh Copper; 4L. 70s Wellh ^\uo^-- no ?rice. African^ mo; Price}..-/ Sieven- per Cent, Emperor'sr^pan ii^/,,/Fiy^jpc.r C�ot> ^jttp ?o. B-ardLGtrcuIariOrt ixsx Prem; Indjta.Bonds 41^93". Prehi. } Three 1 half SaU r Three 1 hall per Cent ^^wpee,;�0ex l^and ten *s gdp^ ,oid[F(teveK;: txc^ef0^i:!fi'?m^.,-,^rcfri?fcr e*�t. ditto a i 4th, of Hammerfmith. . Mr. Bangs . wen at Mr. Robiafon*s aforefed. s4.ari5. now to- be his Place a *   4 in Aldcxfgatc^Strce^* he" f&aU 5c"kiadly 'received,' ^THE Committee of Truftees fer ref^ Limc-JfCilfts'In EaA-Gref^wfth, near Kiackl.e^th, &c. in fte -Kent/ have ; j?j>�nled to meet-. on S^mday r.zii, the i6tb"   

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