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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 30, 1943, London, Middlesex A T U R DA A PR I L 2t� 744 HIS Morning failed for the River, Purp Mefdames ol Ifcdhce went there the 26th for the fame Caftle his Majefty's Ships the Strafford Bridgewater, and ' Dreadnought, with-.all the outward-b&ond-'Ships to the Weftward. Came down and faiPd the Lovely Betty, Wane, for "Jamaica.;- the St/Patrick, Hefter, for St. Kit's; the William and Mary, Payne, for Antigua; the'Friendship, Fenny, for Barbadoes ; jthe P.ince Frederick, Laaderfield, for Leghorn; the Lovely Mary, Kays, for Gibralter. Axriv'd the Mediterranean, Hurft, from Galipoli; the Happy'Grace, Chapman, from Lifbon; sad tjie St. George, Thompfon, frb ,ception of their Polifh Majeities, ;who, itY fai& will tome efide therei" for fome time. Tfib' an Article from ws L O N D O N Welden YefterdiV Oporto. Wind E. N. Holland* Remains Madrid, April 16.^ On'the nth Inftant Mr. Campillo, Miniftsr and Secretary of State, after having taken great Pains in leading ..away fymk Extraordinary Difpatches for the Armies in Italy and Savoy, was attacked with a Fit of an Apoplexy, of which he died, in fpite of allTVTeans ufed to fave his Life. Their Majefties are fenfibly touched .with .the Lofs of fo able a Miniiter. He had not only the Ma-ungemeht "of the Land Forces and Navy, bat likewife of the Finances and of the Indies. He applied himfelf fo equ ;ui\\\ and with fuch Effect to theBufinefs of each of thefe Bi-.ncces, that no Affair languifhed in any Of them. He had been educated under Don Jofeph Patinho, and followed the Maxims of that Minifter, in fupplying the Ex-penccs of the Monarchy without oppreffirig the People. The King has already granted ii& Widow a Pension of 1 coo Piftoles per Annum, Mr, Campillo having left very Jittie towards her Support t he was fo difinterefledj that he great Part of his Appointments towards the Ex- pences of the State Peterjbourg An IJxprefs arrived Yefterday at St. James's, with.an Account that his Rfojefty and the Duke of Cumberland remained ftill at Sheernefs. We hear his Grace the Duke of Richmond, Mailer of the Hoarfe, and feverai Perforis of Quality, fet out on Monday for Flanders. The Margaret, Wife, from Waterford for Oporto, is taken by the Spaniards and carried into a Port near the* Groyne, The London, Mitchell, from Briftol, but laft from Naples, is loft near Meffina. The John and Elizabeth, Capt. Mindham, from Wells for London, is loft in Swin. Letters from Carolina advife, that the taking the Regifter Ship caus'd a Flag of Truce to-be fent to Providence from the Havanna, and along with it Don Piedro de Strada, who was empowered to make Propofils forf her Ranfom, which was agreed on for 95000 heavy Dollars, which has been paid. ThiiWeek died the Rev.-Dr. Gordon, at Greehwich, who was poffefs'd of a large Eftate'in the County oi Kent. A few Days'fince was married Mr. Humphrys, a Gentleman of a good Eftate at Bccknam in Kent, to Mrs. Manning, of Croydon; a - very agreeable Lady, with 100001. Fortune. Yefterday --thet Knife with which the Cook belonging to Commodore , Anfon was - ftabb'd, was found all* bloody in a Horfepond under the Window of the koom-where the Murder was committed, and brought to Half of the 4 Regiments of Col. Blind, by Richard Rice, a S6ldkr in Coi. 'Parfons's tments Company. crder'd to embark for Finland, whereby the Army of Mar- We fhal-Lacy will be-reinforced to the Number of 65000 Men. The Emprefs has ferit Orders to Jareflaw to procure all the Diveriions poffible for the late Duke of Courland and Ms Brothers, in order to difpei the Melancholy under which, they, labour. " Stockholm, April 19. A Secretary of one of the Pleni-�potentiariesat the Congrefs arrived here t'other Day from ^*w4v..*eTy\im^ importing, amongft other. Thmgs/that the Ruffian Plenipotentiaries h'asffeceiaf'd ^ to Sweden the Ceffiofi of Finland, with other very advantageous Conditions of Peace, provided the States would chule the Duke of Hol- Jiei/i, Bifhop of Eutin, SuccefTor to the Crown of Sweden* and that moreover Rujfia would aflhl the Swedes with all its Forces againft caiy Power that ftiould attack them. Thefe Difpatches have been communicated to the'States, who unanimoufly refptved to give abfolute Power to the Secret Committee, to regulate in fucii manner as would moft conduce to the Welfare of the Kingdom every Thing which might have relation to a future Peace, and the Nomination of a Succe'fTor. Geneva, April 26. The Infant Don Philip has-publiflf d an Ofdiiiance,'forbidding under Pain of Death all Perlbhs, of what Quality faever, from going out of the Country. The Defign whereof is to hinder Delerters of the TtOOpsf of the Kong of Sardinia from returning into Piedmont:' They write from Aofte, that his Sardinian Majefty has already affembled 8 or 10000 Men, who have beeon to form a Camp. Brogl natijbon, April 29 26th from the Upper Palatinate t& 8tadt-Ham-Hoft9 and has ord.ered feverai Battaliohs to march towards Brdunw h^ve been univerfally admit'd in ail the Courts of Europe, will'perform only two Nights *at the Theatre Royal in Lincoln's Inn Fields, being afterwards obliged to feparate into different Bodies. .'S5?e hear that.Mr. John Pinchbeck, Toyman and' Watchmaker, has taken a Shop in Che;vpfide, four Doors beyond ,Wood-Street, facing Friday-Street, which will-be open'd this Day. Ai the Brandy-Warehoiifes oh Ludgate-Hill,. are now on Sale the beft Jamaica Rum, at 7s. gd. the bdx Coniac Brandy, at 8 s. and Batavia Arrack, at 15 s. a Gallon. At the faid Warehoufes are now alfo on Sale conquerable Quantities of Foreign, Brandy and Rum Orange-Shrub, an 8 s. a Gallon; which Shrub, when made into Punch, is equal, if not fuperior, to any Punch frefh made. This Evening will be performed, At the Theatre Roval in Drurv-Lane. The Rehearfal. High Water at London-Bridge this Day. at 42 Minu after 3 in~the Morning, and 59 after 3 in the Afternoon. India Stock 186 Auflt O------ O---- The Imperial Arifty is a^ualIy36ooo ftrong, not including thtMilitia* It's pretended that Count KevenhiiUer is in want of Forage, and cannot act till there be Gxafs in the Field. Prince Cfa/esofjfar* vine had an Interview bourp- Paffau, after hs wite. This laft is gone back to Neu- Yg-�m-t?:aidt an J,that General Feftititz's Troops were Come again intoWe Neighb&urhood of Egra, to prevent the Gamfon from making Incurhons. ^ ,; Harnbu?-%b, April'"jo. There are, according.to Advices from feverai Ports in the Baltick, 1 z Ruffian Frigates cruifmg in that Sea, and we hear that the Court of Sweden haiSHb fent Orders \o Stralfund to equip feverai Frigates there, and fome MeA of War. Yefterday Letters.arrived here from Hanover, advifing, that 8 Regiments of that Eleftorate had received Orders to hold themfelves in Readihefs to arch upon the iirft Notice, in order to join- the Bbdy of Hanoverian'Troops which is marching from the Low Countries into Germany. Francfort, April'-29.- Two Letters are drawing, up in the Office of -the Diet, one for the King oi Great Britain, and the other for the States General, in order to intreat to? Britanhick Majeftjr and their High Mightincffe's, "to employ, joihdy with the Germannick^ Body, their good Offices for the Re-effcblilhment of Tranquility^^ the fcipire. The Englifh Quarter-Mafter-General is: ahiv'd gere, in Order to make the neceffary Preparation ibr the "aflage of the Troops -towards the Main. Paris, April 29. The Quc$n went the 24th to Trianon, to- fee King Stanijlaus her Father. The Dauphin and Yefterday Bank Stock was 146 1 half. South-Sea Stock 1113 4ths a 112. Ditto Old Annuities 113 1 8th a 1 4th. Ditto New 113 7 8ths a 114. Three per Cent. Annuities 101 3 4ths a 5 8ths. Ditto 1742, 101 3 4ths a 5 8ths. Dkto 1743, 9.9a 1 4th. Million Bank 117. 'Equivalent 111Ra>al Ailurancc 82. London AiTorancc 11 1 half. Mine Adventure Shares, no Price. Englilh Copper 4I. 10s. - WeUh ditto, no Price. African, no Price. Seven per Cent Emperor's Lorn 114. Five per Cent.r diitb 76 1.4th a 76. |Sahk Circulatibh 4I. 17s. 6d. Prein. India Bonds 4L us. a 12s. Prcm. -Three 1 half Salt Tallies 2. Prem. Three i half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5. Prem. Three per Cent, dittos 1 half, Difc. Lottery-Tickets zl. 2s. Prem. 1 _ _ - - - To the worthy Eieftors bl the Borough or Southwark. . . G^h'n t l e m � n, �1 _ C7?H E Honour bein% nominated a Candidate to reprefent you in Parliament, in the room of our late worthy Member Thbmas * Lhven, Efqv deceasdy obliges my fincerejl Acknowledgments, - and I beg Leave* to ajfitri you, that I will always retain the uttnojl Senfe of. your Favour by a fitady Attachment to his MajeJIy King George, and the true Interejl of my Country. Your Votes9 Interefi, and foil, I humbly dejire, and a?ri, -Gentlemen,. . ' � . Your moll obligedabJ devoted humble Servjant* WILLIAM HAMMOND.- Southwark*April 2g> 1743- 1 * - S I.-R, YOUR S difffd fi W I L I Southwark, A] Poll, and Interefi mi- J humbly 4* I L L I A U\ H A MM c; N D, A Native and Inhabitant, riprepnt you in Parliament^ in the room of Thomas weniEfqv dectaf A \ being a Gentleman frmly attached te Majeftj King George, andihe true Interefi of,bis Country, if. B, At the Oofe of the PolllaftNight,the Numbers tvere, For William Hammond, E/q\ � ,'������ 640, Alexander Hume, Efq; � �;.��> 642. As Mr. Hammond gain*d upon Yefterday s Poll 27, it is t$ ferve the Independency of Parliament^, in Oppofti or ^ rupitoi of any kind whatfae air* The Poll vAll betriH ibis Morrinur at Ten . .> , -Apxjl 3�. 1743- To the worthy Ele&ors of the Borough of_Southwark. Gentlemen. CT*HE great Struggle y$u have made in Oppofitwn to^undiie. Influence at this prefept tlegiht, muft endear you- to all true-Xovers of our Country : Ptirfue your Purpojes with Vigour, and doubt not but they vji/l be attended with Succefs. Your f-icere Friend, _ _ . . .PHiLOPArT^I^Ef _ of: tf?e. PolLlafi Right, the Numbers food* For ' 'illiam Jidmmond} Efq^ Alexander Hume> Efq; bfthe 650, finijb the Poll this Ev*ning,,.<$hich visas abfohtely- reft Mr. Hume's Friends, for vuhat Reqfons is well known SI R, Borough of Southwark, April 23, 1743 nrOUR Vote, Interefi, and Poll, are huvihh Z'fird for ALEXANDER H V M E, �fo To reprefent you* in Parliament, In the room of your late worthy Member Tharfias Inwen% Efq; deceased, being n Native of the Borough, a Gentleman every way qualified to dijcharge fo great a Truft? of known Affection to hit frldjefly King George, heartily'di/pos^d to preferve the Religious and Civil Rights .of his Countrymen, and greatly concern d in Trade and Navigation, on which the Welfare of this Borough G e n t l e m e n, H N tf t�e._ moft fubftantial Inhabitants Jo offer myfelf 19 ferve yo^ in Parliament, in the room of your late worthy yoi*j that if I am fo happy as to have your Approbation and choice, Pll endeavour to di[charge my clruft with the utmoji Integrity, and on all Occaftons convince you, that I am, Gentlemen, M - hfal, obedient Servant, ALEXANDER HUME. * 4 � April 29, 1743. To the worthy Electors of the Borough of Southward. Gentlemen, J Cannot forbear to make my fincere Acknowledgments for the- Continuance of your Favours this Day ; and as the Efforts which have been made ufe of to prejudice you agmnfi me have been founded on a fallacious Bottom, and unjuftifiably fpread to poifon'the Minds of thofe Eleclors who were dijpos d to ferve me, . / hope, if I Jhould have the Honour to be chofen your Reprefent at ive, fo ha
every fuch Cafe, every Perfon Jo offending, Jfould, for every fuch Qfience, forfeit the Sum of Ten Pounds, with full CoJis: And whereas the CQmtniJJioners have rcceivd Information, that a Pratlice hath lately prevailed to Jell and expofe te fale great Quantities.: of Cards not ftamfd, or not inclosdin Paper and Thread fear d and ftamfd, at the time of felling or expofing the fame to fale, in Diminution of hii Majeftfs Revenue: The Commijftoners do hereby give Notice* that they will profecue with the utmoft Severity all Offenders againft the faid Aft \ and if any one jkall inform them of any Perfon fo offending, the Party giving fuch Information jkall receive all fitting Enc&uragemtnf,
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