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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 20, 1943, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Adveffifeft WEDNESDA April 20,  174J. Deal,  April 18. HERE is fib Ship k the Downs: Wind S. W. ifo ExtraS of a Litter from the Hague,  dated April 19. � The laft Conference which Mr. � Trevor had with the Prefident of * the Affembly of the, States Ge- * neral, was upon the Subject of ___' the Difpatches which he had re- * ceiv'tt from London, and from the Earl of Stair, relating * to the March of the 20000 Men which it's expected the Recublick is to furniih the Queen of Hungary.   Mr. � Trevor, by Vertue of the Orders of his Court, and in � Confluence of the prefling Inttances of the Eajl of Stair, t demanded that their Higu Mightineffes mould fpeedily � take a final Refolution for caufing this Succour to marck � into the Low Countries : That the Delays which, had � hitherto been made, occafion'd an irreparable Injury to ' the Difpofitions made by the Earl of Stair and Duke �-cTAremberg, and hinder'd tiiefe Generals from getting * the Start of the French Army, which was with all Dih- * g;?nce affembling, and from fo effectually executing the � Orders with which they were charg'd : That a Succour * of Troops would in the prefent Conjuncture,be much � more aav.aitageous to her Majefty of Hungary, than one * in Money, bccaule of the ftiort Time there would be to � raife Levies: Tljat fo long as the BritUh and Auftrian � Troops were in the Low Countries, his Britannick Majefty. � &nd the Queen had not prefled the March of the 20000 * Met), but oniy demanded to be affur'd of it; but that 'it was quite different now, feeing beiides great Part of * tne Troops being in March for Germany, the Ehglilh * Hork which" remained in the Low Countries had alio * receivM Orders inftantly to leave them, in order to pais * the Rhine ana join their refpeSive Corps, which would, * leave the Low Countries fo deftuute of Forces as to run � great Rifk, if Care was* not taken to provide for their ' Security, which it was high time to. do, without any ' longer trufting to the Promifestrt France.   This Miniltcr * added, that tne l�arl of Stair iinpatienriy waited for his ' Horle, in order to continue his March with the utmoft ' Diligence; not only that they mighc fecure themielves * of fuffiuent Forage, but likewiie that, they might be 4 beforehand with the French, and prevent being cot off * in their Maich; and that this General \va3 feemingJy fo ' pre&ng for it>>i! W Tiic i,iw5 t.T ,ut4 �(>ji-..l /lank jp!-, and :t havirg '-c-.ii ;xwied thit M-. s !>. .!(.'�, of ihe i .111-! - TcnD't-,  Uino a.   .t .he . Author of the I 1 g the AUTHOR. the U SIR, A T an extraordinary JVTee'ing  Timothy Simple, Sec. D-vie, ti. t'!c�    oper to x , tffwughi iiome to t:.t p'' � ne. ?rut it is n ar coirpleted, ai�d will be ready to ih.c I'rcft l'o�-n aiui iHi: ; r.-fen: cai'cr- .-rm; and tiiegre-.WfltCareanlbcftA-lv.ee (hall nk..:) I- -n nie f.m- c6rreft and ufeful ; .ind he rakes tins Oppcrni:ii:y t-i retu -i bii    .�nzy i hanks to t!v lev-ral Period of great Dftinftion, and to the Gcntlv.r-sn who have '"*vour'd him ly being *5ub!ctlB�:s to the Work, and is, with rife great-il Reflect, Tctir mft cblig'd and ebsdi.-nt bumble Servant', Timntas D.vie3. Aiiini<*liy-Uf5u, 19 .-ipni,  1743 !'S Ma] flv s Sbr! lb  An� u'lq   einv row .?/ thr Nore-y and under itnmed':nte Orders for Jailing ; // it the Direction cf my Lords CotnmiJJtvne-s of the Admiralty, that fuch of the M$n turned o-ver into her from the Phat toft Fitejhip, Priiicefs Royal Hofpital-S'jrp, and Defiance, iv/.'O are abfent from their Duty, do repair irmnediaiely on boardf the faid Ship Augujta at the Nore, on pain not only of lofing the Wages due to them in the aforefaid Ships, but of hting apprehended, and tried at a Court-Martial as Defertert* i ho O-rbett. t (.o '-mi! lee tor le't"- th* OV- J.ands* in the Account of the Chamberlain of the City of London 1, give Notice, that they intend to left by feveral Leafei tbt following Lot; fo: a 'term of 2\ Years, -znz. 1.   i:.{e - late were, in the je-veral Occupations of Mr. Francis Barnfieid, Mr. Edward Jones, Mrs. Elizabeth Leonard, Airs. Sufannah Sowle, Mr. Eben Erown, andMt* Robert Coyk. 3. E'g'l Mtffuagcs or Tenements on the Wfjl Side of London-Street, near Ratcliffe-Crofs aforefaid, beginning at a Correr next part of a Rope-H uik, and exiendi.ig Northward, including a Meffuage c\> Tenement in the Occupation of Mr. John Dver, part tenanted mid fart e/nptv. 4. Eight Me (fu ages or Tenements, aud a St note, on tit fame fde of the fti:d Street, extending farther Northward rom the faid Mr. Dyefs, and including a ('icjfuage or 'If erxent in the Occup.ttisn of Mrs. EiiAabtth XJoodaU, part tenanted and part empty. 5. Eight Mejfuages or Tenements on the fame fde of tbt faid Street, extending further horthward from the faid Mrs. Goodalf s to the Road leading to Poplar, including a \lef fuage or Tenement in the Occupation of Mr. John Clapc'ot, part tenanted and part empty. 6. Nine Mejfuages or Tenements on the Eaffde of the faid. Street, extending Soutb-v.ard from the faid Road leading t'6 Poplar, and including a Meffuage or Henenent in the Occif pation of Mr. George Follit, part tenanted and part empty. 7. Eight Mejfuages or Tenements on the fafrie fde of tbt faid Street, extending further South-ward from the faid Mr* Follifs, including a Meffuage or Tenement in the OccupatitH of Mrs. Jane Collingwood, part tenanted and part empty. 8. Eight Mejfuages or Tenements in Front, on ibe fame fide of the faid Street, and two in a Court there> extending further Southward from the faid Mrs. CdlingwootT s,ir.cluding a Mejfttage or Tenement in the Occupation of Mrs. Jane Samp fan, part tenanted and part empty. And that the faid Committee will fit in the Council-Cbanfoh of the Guildhall, London, this Day, being the ZOth injt. at Four o' Clock in the Afternoon, to receive Propofalsfor tbt fame ; of which further Information and printed Particulars may be hud at the Comptroller s Office in tbt Guiltl&all aforefaid, on which faid printed Particulars all Per font biddings for dhy of the above Lots are to write their Propofalu D. S RAMA N, Comptroller. v k Sauih-SevH-; 7* Loiiuoii, 19.Ap.1- 1743 H E Court of Di'-ehrs   of the    ov'h-^ed Company do hereby 'gi-ve Notice, tbnt they tiill eXpoft to Sale, at their Houfe in Threadnecdlt-S'trett, on Thurjdof the 2%th infant, at Ten 0 Clock in the Forenton,. 65 Hogjheads of Sugar from Jamaitt%, Police   is   bcreby  given, THAT the Prize Money for the Cpcda* due to the Officers ar.d Sramsn of hi? MajerWs Ship the. DJantattJj win be paid on Tuefday thj 3d of May at Plymouth; to all thole who art* now on board, by Mr. Fcrdinando Shrimpton ; and to riu-fe who He. rrtJl on bnard, on the firft Tucfd:'} in every Mchth. aftdrwards,  at fiirr. Henfhaw's Office 0J1 Tower-flill. Loildon. ' "l u ----- 1' H : Tiufttes appointed to put m h*e�tfrio0 an Aft of Parliament to enakle. the Parifhkmers ofc the Parifh Jj# St. Botolgh-without Aldgate, in the City of London, ti� raife �:c
                            

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