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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 23, 1943, London, Middlesex t - I F 4 4 Daily 7 5 8 1 _ 1 s At u it : t> & A P R 743 Dai/, ///>ri/ 2 1. AME down and fail Widdr Re- jefty's Ship the main the Sutherland and Greyhound Men of War, and outward-bound, as per lafL Game down the Alexander, Reeves, for Dartmouth. Ar- riv'd the William and. from Jamaica y-� Antigua; the' Bifho from Briftol ; ley, from Ayres, Weelcdied at the Bathi the #Ight.fen; the Lord nPton. , - pointed Agent to the Invalids, King&niff.Eyre, �fq; deceased. This Week died atKnightAridge, FrancJs Hildyard, Efij; Steward to her Grace the Dutchefs of Nprfdk. On Thurfday died Mr. Reader* an sfliinent Linnen-Draper on Dbwgate-Hill. The i, for Jamaica ferrat, the 25th of February. and the Saphire, Whitwoed, from St. Kit's. Wind S. W. Yefterday arrived a Mail from Flanders. Mantua, April 1 x. The Van-Guard of the Spanifti Army, is now in the Neighbourhood oiUrbino. It's pretended that it does not amount toabove 10800 Men, having greatly Nine hundred Huffars are m Pur- Wade el Clerkemvell- foi&ev^jne , opou Tver fuffer'd by Defertion. harrafs them in their Retregt _________ aaKwg th* Freiich as Tteteter^ iifappear'd. It's imagin'd they wete fomething private Men, AUd Were fent with a View to difcover the Condition of the French Army. .. - . Bruffels, Jfril z6. We teafci Ment*, thatCbnntd'Oftem was chofen Etefior the 22d inftant. Hague, JprH 24. Letters from the allied Army of England and AuftHa, highly commend the Readinefc.and Good-Will of the Germans, in fuppiying them with Provisions and Forage, On the other hand, the Soldiers pay ready Money tor every thing, and bbfetve an exaft DUci-r .pline. Our Pbliticians here imaginM that thefe Troops will not march into Bavaria, as was given out; but that ttey will poft themfeives in Swabta, 10 give the Prince and States of that Circle who were kept filent by the Supe- | riority of the Enemy's Troops, an Opportunity of declaring themfeives openly. Private Advices from Bavaria import, that the French feize upon Horfes where they can find t&em, to temount their Cavalry. An�xtra3 of a Letter from the Haguf, dated April 26. * People are very attentive here to the Affairs relating We are credibly informed, that Lewis Lcdg Cook to Mr. Anfon, and gave an Account;M the Commodore's Progrefs in the South Seaa (in [the London Gazette) is now at Mr. Lawrente's, the Red Lyon in Jermyn-Street, near St. James's Market; wh^rc there daily : great Numbers of Gentlemen and Ladies to enquire Tomorrow two Charity Sermons will be preachM before the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, at the Parifli Church of St. Dunilan in the Eaft; that in the Morning by the Right Rev. the Lord Bifhop of Chichefter ; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. King, Lefturer of St. George Botolph-Lane, for a hundred and twenty Charity Children of Tower Ward, London. The Children are to fing the irft four Verfes of the 23d Pfalm. The fame Day two Charity Sermons will be preach'd 'the Joh for Benefit of thirty-one Girls; that in the Morning by the Rev. Dr. Beft, Re&or of St. Lawrence Jewry, near Guildhall, London; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Nicholfon, Le&urer of St. Sepulchre, London. Tomorrow Morning a Charity Sermon will be preach'd at St. Auguftin, by the Rev. Mr. James Miller, Minifter of Roehampcon in Suny, for the Benefit of Jixty Beys and forty Girls belonging to the Ward School of Farringdon within. On Monday next, being theFeaftof St. Marie, a Sermon will be preach'd at the Parifh Church of Alhallows in of England, turgy of the Church Will of the late Mr. John - Asthelnte^ has the greateft | H^h?^ * Share m ' the Trade of the Baltick, is very eminently 1 7 4 concerned in the Event of this Choice, the States Gene- * ral do not think proper to remain idle Spe&ators therein, 4 efpecially as their High MightineJTes are informed, that * on the one Hand, Great Britain would not be difpieafed * to fee this Ele&ion fall* on the Prince Royal of Denmark, 4 who is not at all agreeable to this State; and that * France on the ether, employs both Jrfoney and Promifes '* to caufe the Duke de Deux Ponts to fucceed to the Crown '* of Sweden. The States General are willing to take Part in Affair, in order to render ineffeSual tious, either by favouring the Intereft of the Prince Bi-f Lubeek, or that ot Prince Frederick of Hejfe CaffeL ? The Court of London, which, before the Prince of Denmark fet up as a Candidate, appeared inclinable^ in * Concert with the Repablidk, to fend a Squadron of Men ' of War into the Bdltiet, in order to hinder any Creature 4 of the Court of France from being chofen, and to main- 4 tain the I4berty of the Ele&tbn, fecms now to have ' changed its Sentiments in this Refpeft. The States Ge- * sex^ly in the Affairs of the Ntrtb% * and that they are willing, before they order thefe Troops /dmi 4 ______1 / __ 1 'ill 'a. in*___r. _____ 1 Prayers will begin about Eleven o'Clock, Abundance of People daily refort to fee Perrott's Artificial Garden, in the Five Fields, Chelfea, which confifts of Trees eight Foot high, bearing Oranges, Lemons, Peaches, Neftarirfes, and Rofes 5 illuminated with more beautiful Luftres of Candles than ever were feen at Ranelagh or Vaux-Hall. What is more furprifing in it, is, that tne Company which hath been in it have beenataLofs to find their Way out. Altho' he is gratified in ahandfome manner by the Nobility and Gentry, yet he ihews it his Cuftomers any Day, and any Time of the Day, if they fpend but Six Pence each Perfon. At the Brandy-Warehoufes on Ludgate-HilJ, are now on Sale the beft Jamaica Rum, at 7 s. 9d. the heft Coniac Brandy, at 8 s. and Batavia Arrack, at 15 s. a Gallon. At the faid Warehoufes are now alfo on Sale confiderable Quantities of Foreign Brandy and Rum Orange-Sfirub, an 8 s. a Gallon ; which Shrub, when made into Punch, is equal, if not fuperior, to any Punch frefti made. Richard Shergold, Printer to the Hon. the Commiffioners of the State-Lottery, 1743, at his Office, in Pope's Head-Alley, over-againft the Royal Exchange, Cornhill, buys and fells Tickets, Shares and Chances of Tickets in* the faid Lottery; and Will keep a corrett Njjmrericai Book, and alfo a Regifter-Book, where any Perfoft entering their Numbers, atSix Pence per Ticket, may have an immediate Account fent them of their Succefs, it" in Town ; and by the firft Poft to any Part of Great-Britain or "Ireland. At his Office Schemes in French and Englrfh are given gratis. The abovefaid Richard Shergold buys and fells by Com-'miffion, South-Sea, Bank and ndia Stocks, with the feveral Annuities, India Bonds, Navy and Vidualjing Bill?, with all Government Securities. Country Succefs de Fogliani at London* This Evening will be perform'd, L O N D ,' The An tijgua Packpt, C^pfc Laihley, amyfd laft Thurfday in the Downs, from Antigua, and brings an Account, that Commodore Knwyles, with, two feventy-gun Ships, three of fifty, qne of forty, two of twenty, one of fixteen, and one pjf ten, together with a Bomb-Ketch, a ViftuaJling-=SWp> an Hofpital-Ship, and-four. Tenders, faii'd from �Antigua thg 7th of February laft-, and were fpoke with off Toruiga the i5th-of the fame-Month, when all were well. The Commifiioners of the Cuftoms have received Orders for fealing the King's Stores and Baggage, toj^put on board the Yachts that are to attend his Majefty to Holland. On Thurfday Night his Majefty, the Prince, and the Duke of Cumberland, were at the Mafquerade atRanelagh-.Houfe, and fupp'd there. We hear .that-the Right Hon. the Lord Cadogan will have the Seco?fJ Troop of Life-Guards, late commanded tby his Grace the Duke of Marlborough, And that the R^ght Hon. the Earl of Stair will have the Regiment, of Hbtfe commanded by the former, of which .^is Lordlhip was foraerly Colonel. On Thmfd?� Mr. William Hagger,. an. eminent Brewer �car Dockhead, was married to Mrs. Agnes Tomlinfon, of -Lanc^fter, At the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, The Recruiting Ecer, with the Dragon of Wantley. At the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, The Rover. High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 11 Minutes after 11 in the Morning, and 39 after 11 at Night. India Stock 187. to Old Annuities Yefterday iiark* Stock was 146 1 half. South-Sea. Stock 111 1 half a 3 4-ths. Di 115 3 8ths a 1 4th. Ditto New 114. Three per Cent. Annuities 101 3 4ths. Ditto 1742, 101 3 4ths. Ditto 1743, 98 3 4ths. Million Bank 118 3 4ths. Equivalent in. Royal Alfurancc 82. London Aflurance 11 5 8ths a 3 4ths. Mine Adventure Shares, no Price, imglifti Welth ditto, no Price. African, no Price, Emperor's Loan .114 1 4th. 8th. Bank Circulation Copper 4L 1 os. Seven per Cent Cent, ditto 76 1 India Bonds 4I. 9s. a 8s. Prem, Prem. Three 1 half Five per Prem. 2. 1 half Prem* Lottery-Tickets 19s. 6d.^Prem. cuiation 4I. 15s Thrcfc 1 half Salt Tallies per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Three per Cent, ditto 2 I'half/ Difc. VICTUALLING-OFFICE, 22 April, 1745. '743" Hume, Eh fcojTugh of Southwark, April 23, nroUR Vote, Intereft, and Poll, (if needful) X 'art ktmbly *efir"d for ALEXANDER T$ retrefptt you in Parliament, in the ream of j.,. ____ ivort&y ' Member Tfromas In*wen% Efq\ deceased, being a Native of the Bdrqugh^ a Gentleman every nvay qualified to d/febarge fo great aYritfi, of known Ajfetlion to his Majefiy King Geirge, heartily d/Jpo/d to preftwe the Religious and Civil Rights of his Ccuntrymen, and greatly concfrtfd in %rade and Navigation, on cfie wonhy electors of the iiorough of Southwark. Ct � nt L ew m E n, r ^ �zf&jJSUMJx. \em.e*&W�a$td by a treat muny * if the mnfl fubfiantiat inke^ttdntsio offer trrffelf t* femie you in Parliament, in the room of yfitr late ivorthy Member Thomas Innxen9 Efq\ deceased, I beg Leave to ajfurt you, that if I am fo hafpy as to ha /, obedient Servant^ ALEXANDER Htj ME. ALl> Wl'jie-Licence Office, .Hjxii 22, 1743. 7f owiv^ or engaged for Arrears Wine-Licences, or nuhofe Licences are expired, are hereby required to take Notice, that if they db not pay their faid A?rears> and renew their faid Licencet ivith all Speed, they nvill be forthwith profecutedfor the fame* And whereas his Majejlys Commifftonert of Wine-Licencet have received certain Information of divers Perfons pre* fuming to retail Wine without Licence, and to vuhom Letter* 'hefe are alfo rfing thtm of yfons do fpeedily apply themfeives unto the faid Cofnmif of the Cbmmijfii Henrv H> ny Perfons in private Rooms other unenterd Places within the Bills of i ailow-dianakrs Had, London, Match 25, *743* TJ/HIlREAS there is great Rsafon to jujpetl VV ' * w ^arritU and 4crtalityt d$ fraudulently make Tallow Candles without paying the Duty, and to the greet Prejudice of the fair Traders : This is therefore to pive Notice, that whofoever fhall within fix Weeks) from the Date hereof make Difcovery of any fuch Offender or Offenders, to any one of the Surveyors of the Duty on Candles^ (whofe Names and Excife-Chambers are hereunder-written) /hall receive Five Pounds Reward for each and every Perfon. fo difcover dy as fhall be convicled of the faid Offence before the Commiff oners of Excife-, over ar.d above all other Rewards given by the feveral Ails of Parliament in that Cafe made� to be -paid by Mr. John Cock, Clerk to the Company of Tallow-Chandlers, at their Hall on Dowgate-Hill, London, imme* diateiy after Conviction ; and the Name of the Perfon making fuch Difcovery to be kept private, if required. Mr. Smith. BaLfwhSs Court. Cloak-Lane*, Mr. Mr. Hefop^FirgiMa-Street, Ratcliff-Highw Paxto'n, Gun*Street, Spittlefields. Mr. Watfon, LamFs-Chapel-Courti Crip Mr. Wilkivfon, Caroline-Court, Saffronr Mr. Sheldon, Coal-Yard, High Holhorn, Mr. M#rfbt Coventry-Court, Hay-Mark, Mr. Webb, St. Mary Overy's GkuHh-Ya Notice -is hereby given,* and Comp?ny belonging.to his M5j'"fty^ Ships the Burford, Hatnjstfcn^Codrtj and Piincefs Ltfuifa. *s did not receive Che fame at Jamaica i And Whereas a ereat Number of- Claimant* appearing, at one Time for Ships that are tKJt! advcrtifed> do but diftwb the I^ayments, th-y are "denYd to ta&e Notice** that none hut thefr now advcrpVd can poffib^y be psitlgjhat Day.. W- H E_rTEXS~t he~6 fffm~of tl^P^rTdf St. Luke, in the County of M'ddlefe*, weremale-'trtatetfby the Populace in the Execution, of their CfRce on Tuefday the. nth inftant-; the Inhabitants of the faid Parish promife a Reward of 'IVoGuineas to any Perlbr) or Perfons whs (hill difcover any of the OrnmderF,' to be p."id at the Bar of Fryer's Coftee-Houfe.m Chifwejl-Strett, on their Convi&ori.. Andt the faid Inhabitants give Notice, thqt they Vfrttt profecute1 for the future ali Per [on? who nSa,II pre ume to exhibit1 Shews, broils* or "any other unlawful Paftimes fn Mof>rneJ Slbpmeh, and SbcemakcM ; and all Sith Perfons that are wrliing to fuppr^ the faid Wbfjc-houfe in their refpeGrvd Trades with fuch PtovnlanS for the "tear ehfangj are uefircd to deliver at thari Time aQtd ftace th'eir.l'ropofatf in Writm; feal'd up.__ iffionen for ViRualttn? bis Majeh's II/ILL be open'd'foc fheSiTMMER S.�A*di W,J~a~t *L* *�*U V V .on Monday the a �h inftanfe 17**: And next T^.^h^Sni Wedmfl infant, in th* Forenoon, they will be ready to treat for Ou, for the Service of his Mtiieflys Navy. i faJi:-^'Ro(yma will be open'd,.as n&?l#. , . Note, There will bt tamp li^hte4 ort botK R�ad^ isp Kteht.
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