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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 29, 1943, London, Middlesex                                h J       - i 4.  -i.i Numb, jggi; 4 * F R I DAY,   Ap r i l 29 Deal*. April 27 ; HE Ships as per Iaft remain.   The Sandades, Blackabee, for Lifl>dff,is; T The Rev/Mr/^^ to the , Refitbry. p�G^ingbam- in #e County of Suffix;" t Yefferiday the Mercers Cbrnpapy chofe * Mr; Richard a 3 8ths a i 4$; put back. Cai^e down* the En*Smith, 'formerly arj eminent Mercer at Aldgate, to be J 1-53 7 8ths a 114. deavoar, Nekton, For Barbadoes ; I. Mater Tackle-Porter, a Place of confiderable Profit* the Golden Fleece, Compton; and the Levant Tender.   Wind South. Ye^day Bank Srbck was 146 i 4th Ind^Sr-'cicf86.   South-Sc. Stock ui 5 Schs a 3 4ths. Ditto OW Anii 1! tics tit 7 8ths a 113 i 8th.   Ditto New ___ -         * On Tuefday died at hei" Lodgings in Duke-Street, An Extract of a Letter from the Hagu e,  dated April28. __        _ _ _       _ �. The Baron de Reifchach receivM on t&e 26th a Courier ' from �0^0.with Difpatches of Importance; which he Grofvenor-Square, aged 120, Mrs. Margaret Pirn, towards whdfe Support*  n Account of her great Age, his Royal .Highnefs the Du{o? and feveral of the Nobility contributed. Yefterday GaBriel Be^ugrand and Lewis Brunct, the { firft a French Seafaring-Man,  and the other a French Peruke-Maker, were both committed to Newgate by Col. imm * Courier, it's faid, * Britiih Court to fufpend the Masch of th vfajefly of Hungary hail the ----* foltttioris, upon t jfcfty lately fent to that.Princefs. It has iince been currently reported, that the Court of London abfolutdy requires that .of Vienna to engage Duke d'Arcrnberg to ad in perfect Concert with tne Eari of Stair, in order reft Cauf Marq * few Days ago with thie States General, jic, by Order of * his Qoart, communicated to their High Mightineffes cer- * tain Affairs relating to the Marihal de gelLeifle, and even * entered into a long Detail upon the Subjedt of that Ge- * neral.   Hfc affined their High Mightineiies, that his molt * Chriftian Majefly was refoived to give him no Command 4 either in Flanders or Germany, and that it was very un-' certain whether the King would even admit him into his 4 Councils, notwithilanding all the Tnflances made by the ' Emperor in Favour of tnis Marihal.   The Ambaffador * added, that tho' this General liad ferred very well, and * had even done Thing6 almoft impoSible, the Court had * nevcrthelefs certain Reafons of State for not complying * with the Remonftrances of his Imperial Majefty relating * to M. de Belleifle ; and that he the Marquis de Fenelon * believed he fhould do the States General^ a Pieafure, in * giving them the like AiTurances-on the Part of the Court * of France.   Their High Mightineffes appeared greatly * Satisfied with a Declaration of this Nature, and the mote * fo, as theMarfhal de Belleifle on all Occafions difcovered * himfelf to bean Oppofer of the Iruereft of the Repub- * lick: And .every Body belonging to this State will for 4 ever remember the fine Speeches which two Years ago he * publickly made at Francfort, in the Prcfence of the * .Emperor.* Yefterday arriv'd two Mails from Flanders^ Letters from Hamburgh advife, that all Differences are adjufled between Ruflfa and Sweden, and a Peace concluded to the Satisfaction of both Crowns. The Bavarians in the Engagement with the Auftrians rfearBurglengenfeldt, were, it's confirm'd, very roughly" treated. They attribute their ill Suceefs to the Inactivity of the French j who though they might with eafe have join'd.thexn, and turned the Advantage on their Side, oh the Contrary, withdrew and left them to defend themfelves. The Court of France, 'tis faid, has refolv'd to fend a Body of 10000 Men irfco the Ifland of Corfica; and that. M.Maillebois is to command it. We are told that Don Carlos, at the Requeft of his Mother, has refign'd his Pretenfxons in Tafcany in favour of his Brother Don �hilip ; and that .the Queen of Spain ex-t>efts he fhould aflfifl; him in eainine 'em. DeVeil, for the Murder.'of Mr. Lewis Leiger, Confmodore Aofon's Cook, by giving him three iuorul Wounds of which he inftantly died. And John Harris an4.jA&p\J^�*\tW(> notorious-Pick-I Pockets, were alfo .committed the/,lame Day by the fame Gentleman to Clerkenwell Bridewell. On Wednefday laft the Right Hon. Robert Willimott, Efq; Lord Mayor of the City of London, the Court of j Aldermen, and feyeral Gentlemen, went up the River in his Barge, and held a Court of Confervacy at Mr. Cobb's, j the Queen's Arms and Sun at Fulham, and had an elegant * Dinner, and return'd about Eight o'Clock. Next Week will be deliver'd at the Bank the real Lottery Tickets; and we hear that the Adventurers may hav-j low or high Numbers as they chufe. The Receipts will alfo be deliver'd to the Siibfcribers to the Three per Cent. Annuities 1743, which now fell at Market for 99, and is two per Cent, cheaper than the Tnree per Cents 1742, allowing for the Intereft of three Months. On Sunday next will be preach'd at St, Mary Rother-hith, itf the County of Surry, two Charity Sermons; that in the Morning by the Right Reverend Father in God, J- Jofeph, Lord Bifhop of Briflol; and that in the Afternoon, by the Rev. Mr. Negus, Rector of the faid Parifti. We hear that Mr. John Pinchbeck, Toyman and Watchmaker, has taken a Shop in Cheapfide, four Doors beyond Wood-Street, facing Friday-Street, which will be open'd on Saturday next the 30th inftant. This Evening will be performed, At the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, The Diftreft Mother. At the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, The Orphaq, at 10 Minutes le Afternoon. Fhrtc per Cu-'t. /in;;u t*cs 10I 3-4thi f$z,  toi 3 4ths.   Ditto 1743, 9S 7 Sths a 99. Million Sank j 17.   Equivahn: 111.    Koyat Ailurancc fei fcondorf^Affur.ince n 1 half. 'Mine Adventdre Shares, no jRrtce.   Englifii Copper 4I. tos.   Welih dit:o, no Price. African^nb Price,   ^vvrji per Cent, Emperor's Loan 114. Fyc percent, ditto 76 1 4th. Bank Circulation 4I. 17$^ 6d. Premv . Indiai IJonds 4I. iosl a 125. a its. fr^xn. ^r.r.-e lhalf Salt Tallies, 2. Prenu   Three' 1 half per Cent. Orders 5.  Prem.    Thrte pzr Cent, ditto 1 �i "halif; D:fc.   Lottery-Tickets il; is. Pretri. t'.eifucr 4 �? Buiouyh ot vOuiUwiirk, Auril 23, i/^-j- *f-iWR  Vote.. Interefi, arJ Poll, (if needful) are humbly dtjird for A L E X A N D E R     HUME,    Efq\ To reprefent yo& in Par!lament y in the room* of you? ' Id fe worthy Member Thomas hi-uuen, Efq; deceased, being a Native Of the Borough, a Gerttlcvian every way qualified to dif charge fo great a Trufi, of known Affection to his Majejly King George, heartily dijpos'd to preferve the Religious and Civil Rights of his Countrymen^ and greatly concern d ift Trade and Navigationy on which the Welfdr'e of this Borough Jo much depends. To the worthy Electors of the Borough cf South-wark. (Gentlemen, TJ I VING been cr.cn.tr agtd by & treat many of the moft fitbftantial Inhabitants to offer myfelf ti fierce you in Parliament, in the rovm of your late worthy Member Thomas Invseh, Efq; deceas*dx I beg Leave to affurk you, that if I am fo happy as. to have your Approbation and Choice, F il endeavour to di[charge my cJruJi v/iih th'g ui + njl Integrity, and on all Qlcafions convince you, that I am, Gentle me n. Tour faithful, obedient Servant, ALEXANDER HI/M.& Htgn Water at London-Bridge cms Day after 3 in the Morning, and 26 after 3 in th SIR, Aivl IAivl a Soldier, and was not a Jittle pleasM wich reading your Proposal of m'iking all Mralcind happy ; I imme-r.ivtely. acquainted losucof rr.y Comrade: with it, and it coh:j to c!;o Serjeant's Ear $ he fent for the Paper, and read it out to at Icaft forty or ft'tv of us, who fu-ck'a round h:m j when he 'irati done, ho cried U*ftpht lcn:t his Brows, pull'd his Hat over his Eyes, and commanded Silence. We jil waited attentively, its mute as ]*~ifticj, expt�ling our Serjeant's Scnt'r. c :t.: Boreugti of Scvjihw&rlc, April 29. Gentlemen, T Return }Qu in   h�arty Tb-i:ih ft \cw kind Appearance for me Teferday. The great Zeal you kdv'd hithertojheven, as it hath already given me the Majority, Ihop$9 through the Continuance of your Favour, I jhall have it in my Power to tejiify on all Occafions the great Regard 1 have for this Borough, and that my utmofi Endeavours .jhall newer be wanting to frthiote the Trade, Navigation, and ' Welfare thereof, ~* and roafled, clear of all Duties. To be feen at the King's Warehoufe on Monday the 2t(, and Tuefday the ^d of May, from Eight to Tvjelve in the Forenoons, and from Three to five in the~Afternoons, ana in the Morning before the Sale; vukere Catalogues will be delivered. , ... , VJCrUALLlNG-OFFICE, 28 April, 1743. CJ^HE Ccmmi$oners for Vvlualllng his Ma]ejly*s Navy give Notice, that on Wednefday next, the Sjik of May, in the Forenoon, they will be ready to treat fat" Englijb Brandy drawn from Malt, for tht Service of hi* Majefifs Navy.'_.  Jamaica, is taken by the Spaniards -TheS'ttCcefiy CJapt, --, from Virginiax for London, is loIL.on.the North Side of Scotland.. Ttfcfday Night. Richard. Ford, Efq; of St. James's Place, had the Misfortune to fall dowri Stairs after he had been taking Leave of fome Company that fupp'�t with him, and Yefterday Morning Jie died of the Bruifes he receiv'd by the Fall. Yefterday the Lady of the Lord Vifcount Limerick was fafeiy deliver'd of a Daughter, at ler Houfe in Privy-Garden. . On Tuefday Mr. Phipps, an eminent wholefale Linnen--Draper, in Bifliopfgate-Street, was married to Mrs. Grigman, Kelift of t ;e Rev.-Dr. Grigman; a very agreeable Lady, with a hanviome Fortune. On Monday'died, in the 87th Year of his Age, the Rev., Mr.'Kilfcdrntej who for inany Years has been Minifter of the Church at SaflFronrWalden in Effex, \vhich Living is in the Gift of the Right Hon. the Earl of Saffolk. VICTUALLING-OFFICE, z) nprii, 1743. CT^HE Commif/iomr% [or ViUualiir*g h\s Majefifs Navy give Notice, that on Friday the 6th of May- next; in the Forenoon, they'will be ready to fell to the highejft Bidder, fome eld and decay d Flefh, lying in the Stores cf this OfRct. pockets; But, Gentlemen, hii fourth Head ftews his cloven Foot* he �  CommihtB I OT lifting the Cilf S Landu talks of diftacding the Army; but then I mull do him Jufhve, he icems \   I        ,     . ^  , % , w  nf_. ^ r . , * to have an Eye to our turure Support, in enlarging the Wages of" Watermen, Porteis, Link-Cariiers, Shoe-Cleaners, Sec. the honourable Employments that many of our Coat have taken up, without iia'.icg druiVd their Veins in the Service of their Country. The Rcnia'ndcr I pafe over> as 1 approve it. Now, Gentlemen, having faid thus much, I ihall be glad t-j hear the Sentiments of any of the Corps \yho can /peak in favour or, and a:e ?. willing -to aiM this Mr. St. George, for I would condemn none till i hejr * what may be faid in his or her Favour, wherefore;. I will fuch of tne c Corps as are willing further to examine the Merits oi this Scheme a Metting ' at Lucky's, Tomorrow, at Seven, where and when every one m.:y fpcaic c his Mind freely $ and 1 will again maturely confider i:, for 'tis a Mittei of * great Moment, and requires Deliberation before we ventuie to approve or ' cenfure.*   This, Sir, I thought itt to acquaint you witlij and further, r' that we /bail meet as above prdposM in a more coniideiabie Body.   You ihuil be made acquainted with what pafles, by, .     , . Tour tumble Servant, Corporal TRIGG. ps. Corporal Bufb, \vho� as good a Scholar-as the Serieant, intends to ahrwer his Speech, and make appe*r,*that you ought to have 3II poffiblc Encouragement, especially from oui Cloth, .     . TtlP-Tard; April zy, 17^3 ......--------     j  - f     ... ^ �fL^ give Notice, that they intend to leti by Le'afe, The Place or Office of one of the fifteen Sea-Coat-Meters of this City, vacant by the Death of Mr. Will jam Sbeppard. And that the faid Committee will fit in the Council-Chamber of the Guildhall, London, on Wednefday the 1 \thof May next^ at Four a? Clock in the Afternoon, to receive Propofa Is fir the fame I of which more particular htformat ion may" be had'mt the Comptroller's Office^ in the Guildhall aforefaid. Dv  SE AM A N> ; Comptroller* Members cf will be held.'at the Temple-Exchange Coffee*Houfe; in Fleet-Street, oh Wednefday next, the 4/^6 ofi
                            

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