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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 4, 1943, London, Middlesex                                1 1 The WEDNESDAY, -May 4 *743 2. Ul/D, the Mary, Bird, for Jamaica; the Indian Queen, Perier, for Africa; the Martha* Cooper, and the Man-head, Chapell,*oth for Leghorn; the Owen Galley, Forfter, for Bollon ; the Friends Goodwill, Gleg, for Carolina; and the Buchanan, Montgomery, forPortfmouth, The Tryton, Wheldon, for Hamburgh, remains.   Wind N. E. Ydterday arriv'd a Mail from Holland. Naples, April 16. There is no Foundation for what las been publijhed in the Foreign Gazettes, that the King had fent Troops to the Spanifh Army in Italy. What might poffibly give Rife to that-Report is, that the Spaniards which were left in the Hofpitals of Chieti and Pifi cara, as they recovered, have returned to their Corps. Leghorn, April to* The Mailer of a Tartan arrived iere from Aleffio reports, that two Corfaifs of Tunis were on the 2d Inftant {hi^reck'd in the Gtilf of Cagliari, but that the Crews, confuting of 50 Men, got to Land, and were m^de SL.ves. ADVERTISEMENT to the .^uhfribe^ to the Pew. Mr. St a ckhou5e'j tilaTORV cf J.e fclBLh, which *s 71 oivprinting ii it hi is Mojefifi Ri\aJ i'rivih^e and Licence. - '7 hey  v'j ;,p \:x       ...:-r^ 5 tha\f}.\ Tw tO put intb Harwich. only put inlo H-iif-Birdiug lor t. c r-:.cnt, 1= b> nmc!. rf,  b-frMctlv.^, is Grace the Duke of Richmond is come back again.     chc Faft ydum*, whxh ti>,y   , i, , r        t m Namui,. And ieveral of his Majefty s Servants are hkewiie return^, and are not to fet out till further Orders. Yeflerday Col. Bofcawen, Brother to the Right Hon. the Lord Vifcount Falmouth, and feveral other Officers, fet out for Flanders. jYefterd ay Thomas Lockyer, Efqj Citizen and Shipwright, was nominated by the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor as a proper Perfon to ferve the Office of Sheriff of this City. Laffc Wednefday the Election came on for Olne in Wilts, when Col. William Elliot was rechofen without The SpanifhArmyunderM.de Gages,   Opposition. Turin, April zo. which is reduced to little more than 4000 Men bearing Arms, and about 1500 fick or wounded, was, by our bit Letters, at Rimini, where they are fortifying themfelves. Turin, April 24.   The Marquis de Senedleire, Ambaf- fador from France, has within tins Fortnignt had four private Audiences of the King. The Preparations which .were making for the King's taking the Field are ccafea : So that it's believed his Majefty will not make the Cair.pain this Year, but will content himfelf with hindering the Spaniards which are in Savoy from penetrating into Lombardy, tohilft his Troops, which are in the Modenois, and the Dutchies of P#rma-zxA Placentia will be ready to ad as CirCumftances /hall require. Geneva, April 30. The Convention between this Re-publick and the Infant Don Philip is at length ratified irv all its Forms. Stockhohn, April 2$. The Court has juft received Dif-patches from Abo, which almoit entirely deftroy the Hopes Yeflerday died Mr. Ifaac Rand, of Marybon-Street, St. James's, Apothecary, whofe Worth is too well known to need any Encomium. Yeflerday was married at St. Botolph Bifoopfgate, Mr. Benjamin Keene, a Hofier in Cornhill, to Mifs Marriett, of Badge-Row, an agreeable young Lady, with a hand- fome fortune. Yeflerday Jofeph Ward was committed to Nevv-Prifon by Col. De Veil, for fdonioufly and privately taking out �of the Shop of Mr. Francis Cremer, fome Stockings, his Property, found upon him. At the New Wells the Bottom of Lemon-Street, Goodman's Fields, this prtfent Evening will be performed the ufual Diverfions ; to which will be added, ieveral new Exercifes, by a Company of Hungarians, Sclavonians, Pandours, and Croats, juft arriv'd from their Travels. At the Brandy-Warehoufes on Ludgate-Hill, are now on Sale the befl Jamaica Rum, at 7 s. 9d. the beft Coniac Brandy, at 8s. and BataviaArrack, at 15s. a Gallon.   At Oh th^Ruffian Plenipotentiartes having made fomc /refh difagree- "     laic w arenoaies are now auo � - able Propofitiohs : So that Preparations are inakin| to �f Fofei|n^""^ \nd Ru"j O^g^hrub, an 8 s. a pu(h the War with Vigour.       F ^T \ which ^ whT m^ f� ^unch' JS ^ 11 Vienna, Jpnl z7.. A few Day ago an Exprefs arrived ^ < from London, the Difpatches whereof it*s laid, import, that the Earl of Stair had pofttive Orders to fignt the French Troops, if they fhould undertake to interrupt him in his March. Land/hut, April 30. A grand Council of War was lately held zt.Alt-Ottingen, to affift at which his Imperial Majefty went from Munich. Tile Project for opening the Campaign by the Siege of Schardingen, in order to march afterwards tvPaJfau, was theicin deliberated upon. Franc/art, May 5.   The Regency of this City received laft Week the following Letter from the Earl of Stair. * Gentlemen, ' . * I take this Opportunty.^ by Brigadier Bland, Qunrter-' Mailer-General of the Britifh Troops, to give you the ftrongeft Aflurauces, and without any equivocating, that you have nothing to fear from the Neighbourhood of our Armyj neither in refpeft to the Liberty of your City, or in Regard to your Territories.   Our Soldiery fhall take nothing of you but wftat they fhall pay ready Mo- ifs, May \. His Majefty fail'd out of this Habour about Two o'Clock this Morning, and the whole fleet was out of Sight at a Quarter pall Six, and continues fo now at Five in the Evening, tho' the Wind is contrary. ~~ Whitehall, May 3. Advice is received"'this Morning from Harwich, that the King anchor'd beyond the Sledway, near Harwich, on Sunday Evening, at Eigut o'Clock, with the Yachts and Men-of War. His Majefty has been pleafed to conftituK and appoint JohnWnite, Efq; to be Lieutenant-Colonel to his Majelly's own Royal Regiment of Welfh Fuziliers, commanded by Colonel Newfham Peers, in the Room of Lieutenant-Colonel Ellifoir. This Evening will be perform'd, At the Theatre Royal in  Drury-Lane,  The Carelet Hufband, with the Lying Valet. ' Ac the Theatre Royal m Covent-Gardcn, The Fair Quaker of Deal [US Army into but to aiuu ney for.   The Ki _ * Germany to fuccour the Qw ' his Ally; not to make C   ^ * Germany to prefervc its Liberty, and to &dke off the * Yoket)f a Foreign Invafion, under which at prefent ic 4 groans, and has already feveral times beeti laid waite by 1 the like Iavafion m^de by Troops of the fame Nation, * and with the fame Views.   As the Commerce of our 1 * Army may be very ufefui to your City, you may make * fuch Regulations with Mr. Bland relating- thereto as lhall * be moft convenient for you, with which I flatter myfelf * that I fhall have reafoa to be fatisficd. . You fhall find * me a zealous Partifan for the Germannick Liberty, and * an Enemy of all Sort of Oppreffion and Perfidioufhefs. * I have rhe Hnnnni* tf\ he   Cipnrfpmpn " ' " BANKRUPTS. Benjamin Goodwin, of Richmond in Surry, Glaz:er. Michael Hughes, of Yarum in Yorkfhire, Mercnant, High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 22 Minutes after 6 in the Morning, and 42 after 6-in the Afternoon. ^^^^ J-^^^^T^^^^^^' Saturday Bank Stock was 146.   India Stock 185 3 4ths. South-Sea Stock 112 1 4th.   Ditto Old Annuities 113 Three per Cent. 8ths Ditto New 114 a 1 3th. 182. four.-  E. of STAIR.' Mr. Bland, purfuant Coiifetences with the principal Members of the Regency upon the Meafures, neceffaty to be taken in relation to bartering the Englifh Troops. The Magiftrates have nt Deputies fo the Earl of Stair's Quarters at Hochji, to compliment his Lordftiip upon his Arrival, and to thank him for his AiTurance that the Neighbourhood of the Troops Ihould caufe no Inconveniency to the City or its Territory. Neubourg, April 25.   They write from Pajf&u,  that Count Kevenhuller continues to caufe Augmentations to be jnade to the Fortifications of Schardingen.   'Tis advis'd T?} Saltzbourg, that 700 Croatians, fupportcd by 400 Militia of Tyrolt enter'd on the 23d and 24th inftant into Bavaria, and had plunder'd fome Villages near the Lake of Pegem. Hanover, April'-30. Eight Battalions-of the Troops of thttEle&orate, ha^e orders to hold themfdv;s in Readincfs to march and foi i 4th a 3 Sths. .Annates zoi 7 Sths a 182. Ditto 1743, ici 7 stns a 182. Ditto 1743, 99 3 8ths a 1 half. Million Bank 117. Equivalent 111.   Ruyai Aflurancc 82.   London Affurance ii 1 half. Mine Adventure Shares, no Price. Englifh Copper 4I. 10s. Welfh ditto, no Price. African, no Price. Seven per Cent Emperor's Loan 114 Five per Cent, ditto 76 1 4th. Bank Circulation 5I. Prem. India Bonds 4I. ns. a 13s. Prem. Three 1 half Salt Talles 2, Prem. Three 1 naif per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prem. Three pfir Cent, ditto 2 1 half, Due. Lottery-Tickets 2I. 33. a 2I. 6s. 6d. a 2I. 5s. Prem.____ H lnfuf�:r*, Freighter.*, and all ucnt-r 1 1 1 � 1 t � t:ie 4.rh inftanr, at Five (/Clock in the Evening, in order to agree and iettle. the Ranfrm for the faid Ship and Cargo.___  th infant, rfi Thofe at as in i the Bijhop of Oxford, at Chrifl-Church, London, the Eaji End of the Town are defird to meet ai College, and thofe. at the Weft End under the l Covent-Garden, by Ten o'clock in the forenoon precifely, to proceed from thence to the Church, at the Head of the Children. N. B. The Dinner will be ready exatfly at Three &ClosL Prrr.t'-d  t-r T CT*H li {.o-.vnitce for Uhu^j        Ci!\"\. I.unds^ in the Account of the Chamberlain of the City of London ^ give Notice, that they intend to lett by Lcafe, The Place or Office of one of the fifteen Ser.-Coal-Meters of this City, vacant by the Death of Mr. inWSzn Skepparj* And that'the /aid Co?nmittec tvill fit in the Council-Chamber of the Guildhall, London, on h edncjdaf the  wth injluni} at Four 0* Clock in the Afternoon, to receive Propofals for the^ fame ; of which more particular Information n:ay be had at the Comptroller s Office   in the Guildhall aforsfaid. ____D.   S E A M A N,   Comptrollers CTTRIi   Commute f r witm*  the Brui%.-: : vuje Lands do hereby give Notice, that they intend to lett by feveral i*aj?s, for twenty-one Years, the following Lots, -vi�. i. A Meffuage or Tenement on the Weft Hide of the North End of London-Bridge, in the Occupation of Mr. Child. z. A Mcffuage or Tenement on tie fame Side of the-faid ' Bridge, in the Occupation of Mr. Whitehorne. 3. A Mejfuage or Tenement on the fame Side cf the fttirf Bridge, in the Occupation of Mr. Thomas Harris. 4. A Mejfuage or clet2eJ*,nt on the fame Side of the faid Bridge, in the Occupation cf Mr. Tull, a Hop-Merchant. 5. A Mejfuage cr Tenement on the fame Side of the faid Bridge^ in the Occupation of Mr. Charles Kemp. 6. A Mejfuage or Tenement on the ffime Side of the faid ' Bridge, in the Occupation of Mr. Richard WalhJen. 7. And on a Building-Leafe for fixty-one Tears, feveral Mejfuages or Tenements in Great and Little Ft iday Street, late in the feveral Occupations of Mrffohn Boxwell, Vintner,   Edward Smith, Victualler, and Cap't. Wells ; and a fmall . Tenement behind the fame ; which faid P/emifes were formerly in Leafe to William Furr. And that the /aid Committee will fit in the Council-Chamber of the Guildhall, London, this Day, being the ^th of May$ at Four 6* Clock in the Afternoon, to receive Propofals for the fame ; of which more particular lnfnnation, and printed Particulars, may be had at the Comptroller s Office in the Bridge-Yard, Scuthwark, on which faid printed Particulars all Perfons bidding for the above Lots are to write theif Propofals I O S.   P I C K K R iNG,   Comttrclhr. CT* II E   Cbti'i.cihl   Corporal on  for H-1 ef   g-Garden on Friday the \^th inftant) at Eleven in the -Forenoon, to corfirm a P.efulution taken at their laft General Court to open the Transfer-Books of the faid Corporation, and on other fpecial Affairs. Jon: N Hid,  S cr<'iarym NOTICE is !veby i'wtn to the Officers an^ Ccmpany of his Maje.ly's Ship the Rupert, who wcie on boartj at the taking of th.- Ncuftr1 Scnura del Carmen Privateer, that they may receive their ref] e:liv � Shares of"the ilid Piiz-*, and Bounty-rVkrKy for her, of Mr. Stephen Stoneflrec, at the XoyjJ Hol^ical fur Seamen �t Greeh-* wich, on Saturday rocr, the 7th infbnr, and thai tue Share* of fuch a* fhall nut then dciruiidtd rr^;. b-~ rrcciv\i at the fame Pi-ice, en every Saturday Morning foUowi;^: fur three Ye.us to corre  e Privateer?y alio taken \>y the Rupert/ unul three Years from the Time of their iirft Payment 2re ixpirM. Piiblijjfd w:th Can/ent -f his Mojefifs Printers. f ^"^Hertas bv an Act of Parliament, rnadi  if    m the Seventh Year cf rhc Pveign cf hislate Majefty King Cect^e^ intuied an a'".\ to preferve and ?mou"r~cs the Woollen and Silk Mmu� failures cf this King3i in, and for nime cft-Vu.il employing the Poor, by in \ I t Pcrl'on fhall.ufe or wear in Great Britain, in any Garment or Appiiel'what-foeve: of forrcTting and payable as thereby directed ; ond that if any Mercer, Draper, Upholder, r, any printed, p.-inted, iT^in'd, or dy*d CjH:c-.., under the PtTruJty irfcrtinR to the Informer the Sun> of Five Pounds, and to be levied or mixri with, fuch Coilico, a?ilef� for Exportation thereot, and un\Js the fame ftu!i be cleared outward, acc.vid ngly its is uiaal in Cafe ot Sjie lor B.^pot- Culhion, Window-CurU-n, 01 any other fort of Houfliold iicutf" or Fumkure, any fuch Cailicos, upon the Forhirure of rhc Sum at twenty Poundv 5p be lecoverM as is thereby alfo dreiVd : And whereas mjny Perfons, uf/dera pretended Igr'iorance of the fafd Act of Pirlicmcnr, huve, fince the Com-' mencement thereof, and now do ufe o> wear in rkcir C'-armencs cr App-uel^ Callico, under tlie Defcripttons therein mentioned, ctheiwhe tha^ ai 12 thereby direfled 5 and unccr Colour thereof have not hetn profecuted tor Recovery of the Penalties ther-by incurred, and by fuch Means the good Intents of the faid Aft have not been anfvvei'dj for RecRedy whereof^ and that no Pcr-lon may hereafter plead Ignorance of the Premifes, thi, is publtfhed : And publick Notice is hereby alrb given, \hn rhe faid Aflof Parliament will be ftri.rriy put in Exeauion againft the C^Tendera titcresf, by the Cotton Manufacturers in Lancashire. Note, The Penalties in this /VI are, for weiring them "ttt Appnrelv Five Pounds. For ufing or wearing them in ?ny Hou/hold Stufr or Fumirure wharibeveF^ Twenty Pounds, filling or expofing to Sale, Twenttf *e h.   

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