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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 6, 1943, London, Middlesex 4 I Advertifer. Numb. 383? FRIDA M 6> l743 Dec Mjy 4 HE Augufta, and the Ships as per laft, remain. Wind NJ.by'E. We hear Peter Legh, of Calvulea in Chetfure, Efq; (Nephew to Peter Legh, of Lyme, in that County, Efq;)'will be chofen Reprefeiitative in Parliament for Newton in An Extras of a Letter from Hague, dated May. 1. * If the Marquis de F.cneloa has * not been able to prevent the Refo-' lution which the Province of i/oA ' land has taken, to fend proviiionally * a Body of its Troops into the Low ' Countries, from taking Efreft, it is certainly not for want � of his uiing the utmou Sedulity^ not only in refped to the � Lords of the Province of Holland, but to all the Members � who are moft in Credit of the other Provinces..- When * the States of the Province oi,Holland had taken the Refo-� lution upon the Subjtft of the March of this Body, the * FrenchAmbafiador retUTn'd to his Hpufe very much difcon- * certed, and faid to the Abbe de la Ville, it is bat too * true, that the March is refolv'd upon, and with all the � Remenilrances which I have made, I have done nothing � more than heartily fatigu'd wykli, and exhaufted my < -Spirits, wflich has occafion'd me to come home fooner 4 than I intended, in order to refrefli myfelf. The Grefher * Pagel, with whom I conferr'd the moil upon this Refo-� lution, has given me. the xnofc' fatisfaAory Reafons, in * ;Amwcr to tne Reprefentations which I made him. He * toid me, that I was alarm'd at the Republick's taking, a * Step to which my Court gave but.httle Attention, fo- per- * fedtly were they prepared and aware of this March at � Verfailles : That M. Van Hoey had been order'd to ' reprefent to the Minifters of France,- the Necefiity that < the Repubiick was under of fending tuefc few Troops * into fome. Frontier Towns of the Low Countries, to * fupply the Place of thofe wnich me Queen of Hungary * had drawn out to employ elfewhere : Tnat the Number � of Troops which were to march into Mons, Ath, &c. intended, in no fort to wound -the Laws of tfcA Lancafliire, in the room of William Shippen, Efq; deceased. They write from Salifbury, that Peter Godfrey, Efq; being in that part of the Country, a Perfon, by Appearance a Gentleman, fell, in Company \v�th him, and they both agreed to go and fee Stone-Henge ; when they came there j the pretended Gentleman pulPd out a Piftol and demanded his Money, whereupon Mr. Godfrey gave him fix Guineas, which the other told him was not fufficient for his prefent Neceflity, that he was a Gentleman of Fortune, but being then on his Travels, defir'd he would give him all he had ; hereupon Mr. Godfrey gave him half a Guinea more, and told him he had only a little Silver to bear his prefent Expence ; then the fuppos'd Gentleman demanded his Name and Place of Abode, faying he would repay him I in a ftiort time, with Thanks, for that he was Heir to a very confiderable Eftate. This Week the Bath Stage was robbed on Marlborough Downs; the Highwaymen took from the Paffengers a confiderable Booty. . We hear feveral Rewards have been paid to the Informers againft Perfons cohvidtedfor clandeflinely making of Tallow Candles in unenter'd Places, to prevent paying the Duty. - We hear Yefterday there were feveral Perfons of Diilinftion, at the Grand Meeting of the Pruffian Garde du Corps Royal, at the Cardmaker's Arms in Gray's Inn Paffage, Red-Lyon-Square, and the Healths of the King of Great Britain, the Prince and Princefs of Wales, and all the Royal Family, the King of Pruffia, the Queen of Hungary, Prefperity to Trade and Navigation, Liberty and Property to every true Englifti Soul, were drank by the whole Corps; and concluded with a grand Concert of Mufick, with univerfal Joy. d at CJ*H E Committee for letting the Citfs Lands^ in the Account of the Chamberlain of the City of London^ give Nofher that'they intend to lett by Leafe, The Place or Office of\one of the fifteen Sea-Coal-Meters of this City, vacant by the Death of Mr. William Sheppard. And that the faid Comrnitteevsill fit in the Council-Chrt^ber of the Guildhall, London, on Wednejday the \\th i-jlant, at Four 6* Clock in the Afternoon, to receive Propofals fir the fame ; tf which more particular Infonnation may be baa the Comptroller s Office in the-Guildhall aforefaid. D. ".SEAMA N, Comptroller. H E ChariiabU Corporal on for lit lef f . indufirious Poor*&c. are to hold a General' Cjurt at their Houfe in Spring-Garden on Friday the 13th vtfta^t, . al Elevin in the Forenoon, to confirm a Refoluticn taken at/ their laf General Court to open the Transfer-Books of the faia Corporation, and on other Jpecial Affairs. John jjN;:.^ tcrAosy. To. the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the 'CQientf* ESSEX. AVerderor's Place in his Majeftv of Waltham being vacant by the Death of Carew Hc:v.y, alias Mldthay, Efq* the Favour of your Votes and Interefr. to luccccd Inn* ifl that Office are dehVd by, Gentlemen, Ycur moft obedient buml!e Servant, * C�pt-HaU, May$} 174.3. John onvers. To the nvirihy Lin/.-rymen- of the City of London, Gentlemen, OUR Votes and Intereft sre deiir'd for T H O M Citixin humbly AS N O. O and Barber - Surgesv, On Sunday next two Sermons will be preach'd at St, Leonard Shoreditch, for the Benefit of" a hundred poor To be one of your Ale-Conners, in the room of Mr. John Kirk, having been an Inhabiunt in the Ward of Brojd-Street n^ar fony.Y
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