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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 5, 1943, London, Middlesex T-H-U R SD A Y, May 5, 1743 **** 1.: 1 Dm/, M#> 3 .ME dovrnandYaiPd, the A and Elizabeth, Jonker Streights. Arrived, and faii'd for the River, the Terror Bomb; fttm Pdrtfmouth ; and the Speeds, Graham, from Havre de Grace, for Gottenburgh. Remain, tfieTryton, Weidon, for Hamburgh y and' the _____ Lyon Tranfport. ; Jtift arrived*, the Anguila Man of War, from Holland: Wind N. E. Yefterday arrivM a Mail from France, and put from an de r.s* On Monday laft died in an advanced Age, at her Hodfe ____in Cary-Street, Mrs. Ayloife* J&lift of the late Jofeph for the! Ayloffe,E*q,* an eminent Counfellor; by her Death a large Saturday - Bank StBck was 145 7 8ths. Soath-Sea Stock 112 1 8th. Front the Paris A-la-main, May 10. Oil the ere arriv'd a Courier at^ Court, from the Marf&ii oailies: with Ihe News that fourteen Battalions Jointure devolves to her only Sonj, Sir J The Yachts that attended his MajeAy to Holland returned Yefterday into the River. On Monday laft two Painters, who were at work .at the Houfe of his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales at Cliefden, had the Misfortune to fall from the Scaffolds; one of them died direftly, and'the other is fo mifcrably bruis'd that his Life is defpair'd of. Yefterday Anne Beard was. committed by Col. De Veil to Clerkenwell Bridewell, for privately ftealing ouc of Mr. India Stock 185 3 4&s/ South-Sea Stock 112 i'8th. Ditto Old Annuities xij' 1 4th a 3 8ths. Ditto New 114 1 8th. Three, per Cent. Annuities 102 a 101 j$4-ths. 3 4ths. Equivalent 111. half. ioz a 101 Ditto 1742, Ditto 1743, 99 1 half a 3 Stbs. Million Bank 117.^ London A f furnace 11 1 Royal Aflurance 82. . .. .___Mine Adventure Shares, no Price. I Copper 4I. 10s. + Welih ditto, no Price. Seven per Cent Emperor's Loin 114 ax 4th. Cent, ditto 76 1 4th. Bonk Circulation jl. Prem. Bonds 4L 12s. a 13s. Prem. Three 1 half Salt Tallies 2, Prem. Three 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders-jj, Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 2 1 4th, Difc. Lottery-Tickets il. Englitfi African, no Price. Five per Tadia n Squ .drons. had pafs'd the Rhine near Spins, in ox^fi 'to Qppofe the Allies, who >vere approaching the Nechr�-It's affur'd that the Marriage of the Dauphin is t^be in the JWantiv of September -next, m.J*ut M '* Letters �a do refrain or. board the ferfey or uitperb at Plymouth, where they will and two Months from 1 Overyjfel, has been the Caufe that the States have prorogued their Affembly for 8 Days; afTerabl all this grand Affair and Friefland, and fome fay Qveryjel, 4 -have abfolntely given their Confent : And in that Cafe * there only wants the Concurrence of a Diftrift in Gutl- * derland, and of the City of Ziriezee in Zealand. People ifelves that thefe Difficulties will be furmounted Vdiaring this Interval. Moft of the Letters from France and '.Great Britain forejdl the near approach of a Peace. ' France diflrufts not only the Kings of PruJJia and Poland, * but. Ukewife the Empwor, and has no Inclination to fee 4 herfelf reduced to the Neceffity of afking a Peace. From * the former of thefe Countries we are told, that fince the * Arrival of Count Piofafque, the Party and Intereil of * the Marfhal de-Belleifle begins to grow ftronger, info- * much that fome People think he will be fent to com-% mand in Germany, efpecially if the Englifh ihould under- * take to penetrate into Bavaria. This is however an '-'Affair that many niucli doubt off, the King being per- * feftly convinced that this Marflial was the firil Caufe of * the Waxl'and the ^mbamflments wherein France is at Choroides, (contrary to .the receiv'd Opinion) is the immediate Organ of Sight ; being the Subject of a Lecture lately given by Dr. Taylor, (at his Houfe in Great Queen-Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields) in a Courfe of Leftures on the Nature and Cure of the Difeafes of the Eye. To'be had together with what Dr. Taylor has publifh'd fince his Arrival laft in England, at Mrs. Cooper's, in Pater-nofter-Row. At the New Wells the Bottom of Lemon-Street," Goldman's Fields, this prefent Evening will be perform'd the ufual Diverfions ; to which will be added, feveral new r Sclavonians^ Pandours, and Croats, juft arrived from their Travels. Ruckholt-Hofife, at Low-Layton, in Eiftx, will be open'd on Monday next the 9th inftant, with a Grind Advance ; hut thofe who fail to do fo, will not only lop their Wvgi$, but Orders will be given to apprehend and try them at a Court-Martial as Defertcrs. Tho � Cbrbetc /7 E Society- of 'TreajurtTS ana Ttufiees of the feveral CoaritySchools wjthin the Bills of Mortality^ as alfo the Subfcribers to the faid Schools, intend to dine together (at their own Expence) at the Crown Tavern in Threadneedie-Street, London, this Day, the $th infant, being the Day of the Annivcrfary Sermon, to be. preach*d by the Bijhop of Oxford, at Chrif-Church, London. Thofe at the Fuji End of the Town are defird to meet at Grcfbam-College, and thofe at the Weft End under the Piazzas in , . . Co-vent-Garden, by Ten 6* Clock in the Pgrenoon precipeta Concert of Mufick ; To begin at Nine o'Clock in the pra:eej'from thence to the Church, at the Beadof the Children. Exercifes, by a Company of Hungari Morning, and continue till Two; and in the Afternoon ^1 Four, and to continue the ufual Time. Tickets to be delivered at the Door, and at Wenman's Puach-Houfe, for the Breakfafting only, at 1 s. 6 d. each ; and for the Evening Entertainment, each Perfon on Admittance, after Two oTClock, to pay 6 d. There are Conveniences to entertain the largeft incorporated Company, as -well .as any other Company who are fo kind as to order their Entertainments "there; and proper Cooks/are provided every Day in the Week. During Breakfail-Time, no Perfon to fmoak in the Hall. iV. B. The Dinner will he ready exaSly at Three o*Clock. :. i I x< dependent Imabilu rts of the City and Liberty of Westminster, are defied to meet at the Standard Tavern in Leiceftcr-Fields, Tomorrow, the 6th inftant, .at Seven 0^Clock in the Evening, to commemorate the noble Struggle they fo fucocfsfully their Independency and Liberty. de in Support of Private Dunkirk *' prefent involved. uft be confeffed inary efforts, but then thefe Struggles exhauft ich manner of her Men and Money, that fcarce advife, that there are actually Canals all round that PLcc by the Land Side, and three Trenqhes within lefs than a Mile of the Town; and on Information of the Engliih and uxiliary any of the latter is to be feen throughout the Kingdom, f1T^ VT?5 W8 ' m 7? h nZ. o J 9W flwjv WMf n,anriri� nf T*ud in &~1 � ^at and the neighbouring Places, had Orders to Labourers already great Qu fallow L O N Meffenger ar D O Maj Helvoetfluys on Mondiy between 5. and 6 in the Evening His j-j proceeded on his Journey will arrive this Night On Tucfday Night his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales came Carlton Houfe from Epfom, and Yetterd-ay hkv Royal Highnef^ came from thence to itay fome Days in 1 own. r Laft Night their Royal Highneffes the Prince "and Princels' of Wales were at Ranehgh-Gu'dens, where was a numerous Appearance of Nobility and Gentry. The Lewis, Capt. Lewis, from Cork for St. Kit's, having on board 600. Barrels of j:eef, is taken by a Spaniih Privateer, and carried into St. Seb;;ftian*s, , _ march dire&Iy to obferve"the Motions of the Confederate Army ; and that they had not above 600 Swifs in the Town. On Wednefday laft the Jacob and Robert, of Whitby, John Gallilee, Mailer, run on the Rocks, in coming into tins Harbour, and 'tis much to be feared ihe will break up, as the Wind continues Eaft, and a great Sea. Edinburgh, April 28. By a Letter dated from Rattin, or Ruatfan, an Ifhr.d in the Mouth of the Bay of Honduras, we have the following Account oi the late Expedition from Jamaica.-The Land Forces, confuting of 300 Men, commanded.by Major Cawfield, failed irom Jamaica the 13th of Auguft, under Convoy of his Majefty's Ship the Litchfield of 50 Guns, with other 5 Snips of War, and arrived at Port-Royal Harbour in the faid Ifland the 23d. This appears to be one of the fined Harbours in the World, capacious enough to hold 500 Sail of Ships, where they may always ride fifs ; it is ftrongly fortified by Nature, theJMouth of it being juft fufficicnt for a fingle Ship to enter in at. We have already begun to-ere&BaCr To the GeniUmen,. L.t* y, and FreirhileUri of the County E S S E X. A Verderor*s Phce in his Majefty*s Foreft / \. of Walthani bc:ng vacant bv the Death of Carew Hervcy, alias iMIdn-iy, the Favour of yiur Votes and Intereit to facctisd ;iia in that Office aie dcfirM Ly, Gentlemen, TLur mzjl obsdient tumhh Servant, Cpt-Hall, May^x 1745. John Conyers. 0 thy Liwrymtii of City of London. e n t l e m � n, 0 U R Votes, Intercft, and Poll, (if needful) are humbly defu'J for JOHN POWELL, CttiX-n ar.d Ironn*+*mr t to leave the Hall till the ]i\c�\wn ov r. To the Worthy Liverymen of the City of London. Gentlemen, YOUR Vo:es, Intereft, and Poll, (if needful) are defir'd for WILLIAM S T I M S O N, Citizen jjnd Cutler, (by Trad* a Brewer) , Panlh fervid Pjriih Offices Company, is near fixty Years cf Age, and being very much reduced Ly Lottes hi the fa;d Trade, ani having a Wife now living quite helpkfs, humbly begs your Favour in his BehaJf. Note, The Elefii.-n will be on Midfummer *t)ay next, and he begs the Favour of his Friends not to depart the Hall till the Election is over. Yefterday Parifh Church of St. Jolui Hackney, Mr. William Brookfby tc^TWifs Bowe. an accoinplilh'd i tiful Fortune, Grandaughter to Edward Brookfby, Gent, of the abovefaid Parifh. Laft Saturday Francis Heywoodr Efq; an Oxfordlhire Gentleman, was married to Mifs Rachael Head, Daughter of � Head, Efqj of Compton in Berkfliire. Mr. Pefenieres is appointed by his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales Page of Honour to his Highnefs Prince George. And Mr. Henry Foglior is appointed Yeoman of his Royal Highnefe's Robes, in the room of Mr. Pefenieres. Yefterday came on the Eleftion for Organift of St. Catherine Creechurch": The Candidates were redue'd-to able "that blow in .South America.-Here is excellent I To Water in great Plenty, a great Number of wild Hogs and Deer, and the Sea abounds with Filh of all Ipnds, particularly fine Turtle. With regard to the Produce of the Ifland, I can fay but little, it being over-grown with Wood; as it was uninhabited, it became the Rendezvous of Pirates, ten whereof we found alive on it; it is about 12 ymen of the City of London. G � n t l e m � w, OUR Votes, Intereft, and Poll, (If defir'd for - - E N I S H, Leagi ras, well fituate for Trade, the oppp: Leagues from us, where are great Qu 1 :h were Mr. Phillips and Mr. Worg; flood thus : Worgan For Mr. Philip And a Scrutiny was demanded. 76 76 ^vood. We have cleared as much Ground as is fnfficient for our Houfes; our Men are all very healthful, and are conftantly imployed in railing Batteries, for which they have is. 6d. a Day befides their ordinary/Piay. This Evening will be performed, At the Theatre Royal in Drury - Lane, Cato. At the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, Love Makes a Man. needful) 1' H O M A S D E V CitixTft and Cooper, To be one of the Aie-Conners yf this City, in the room of. Mr. John Kirk, deccisM, he having been a Hoyfc-Keeper upwards of thirty Years, andferv'd moft of h:s FaiiOi Officer, and on ths LHw above' twenty Years, but is reduced to low Circum^ances", and upwards of fixy Years of Age. To the worthy Liverymen of the G e City of London. n O U it Votes and Intereft are humbly defu^d,- for T H O MA S C'tr&tt ar.d Barber - Surgeon, N O O N E, Water Morning, and - � - - -. - �i .' To be 'jhe of yonr Ale-Connei's, in the room of Mr, John Kirk* having been ^\ Inhabitant in the Ward of Br03d-Street near forty Yeirs, and ferv1 / all Offices in the Parifh of St. Margaret, Lothb\uy, in the kid Ward j hni, been on the Livery thirty-three Years; has brought iip a Farnhy ot thirteen Children ; which, with great Lofles in Tnde, and ifce Bcuence of feven Years Ilhicls^ has obliged him to qu:t hh B-jiinefs ; arid b^ng oat ail mariner of Employ, is fo reduced in his Circumibnccs, that he is ubligetf earncftly to rexjucft your Favour as abore.
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