Daily Advertiser, May 6, 1743

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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 rt, A/r^ D,,,.^ D Cf i,.moc O'^^-^rt feven Years lllncfs, has obliged him to qui: hi-; 3jfmc is : an! being out cf and the Populace in the Way oi their Duty to their So. inS ^ ^ev* Reftc!r �\ Sc JamfT c^n^en- a!] manner cf E^.niov, is fo reduced in his CircomiU.iCes, d�c he is obliged^ The Greffiu further added, that the Marquis ?eil; and that in,the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Aggat, earncftiy to .(f your Favour as above -  * 1 T -------r T -- u*- J he EJecljon wrll be or. ivaiafuinmer-Day next, and! beg the Favour oi my Friends noi; to depart the Hall till the Elediion is over. a'Gr^nd I To the .worthy Lwcrymtn cf the City 'of London'. (1 e n t i. e m e * vereign. *.de Fenelon had tne more Reafon to give Credit to wnat * he faid, as he had a Proof before his Eyes, that even uit:es 101 3 4ths a 7 Sths. Ditto 1742, 101-3 4ths a 7 8ths. Ditto 1743, 99 J 8ths. Million Bank 117. Equivalent 111. Royal Aliurahcc 82, London Aflurance 1 half. Mine Adventure Shares, no Price. EnglHh Welfh ditto, no Price. African, no Price. Five per Cent, India Bonds 11 Copper 4I. 1 os. Seven per Cent Emperor's Lorn 114 1 4th. Citir.cn and Turn?* 1 (by Trade a Hdrd-Ware-Man) To be one of the Ale-Conners of th's City, in the Room of Mr. John Kirk, deceased j he having been a Live:yman upimuis of twenty-five Years, and a Houfe-Keeper on Liidcn-Bridge near thirty Vcars ferved a^i Pariih and "Ward Offices, and molt Offices in his Company \ but being very much redue'd by Lofles both .in foreign and domefHc Trade, and having a Wife and Family quite help" " Note, the E'.edtion will be on Midtummer-Dciy next, ^nd your Petitioner humbly begs the Favour of his Friends not to leave the Hall tiil the, Elefrion is over. rH b. Trufttes appoinred to puc in hxecuxion an Aft of Parliament to enaUe the Pariihioners of. the Pariflrof St. Botolph without Aldgate, in the City of London, to raife a certain Sum or" Money for Payment of D^bts already contracted for the Rel'ef and Maintenance of the Poor of the faid Pari/h, give Notice, that they intend to meet On Monday next, the 9th of May, at Three o'Ciodt in t.ue Afternoon, at the School-Room the Ccrner of Houndfditch, in the faio* Pariih, %n Bufinefs relating to the laid Truft._' * Publijtfd ivith Conjent of his Majefys- Printers-* He by an Adt of Parliaraenr,- made Three per ditto 76 1 4th. Bank Circulation 5L Frem. 4I. 13s. Pre/n/ Three 1 half Salt Tallies 2, Prem. Three 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prem. Cent, ditto 2 1 4th a 1 8th, Difc. Lottery-Tickets il. 53. 6d. a il. 6s. Prem.__ _ Aumuahy-UUke, May 4, 1743. Q E V E R A h of the Seamen he'ongi^g to his Majejlys Ship the Plymouth being come up to Town from Plymouth, without receiving the Wages order d to be paid them at' that Place, this is to give Notice:, that Orders are given to pay them a Yearns Wages at the Pay-Office in Broad-Street. And it is their Lord/hips Direction, that the faid Seamen, nvhen their Leave of Abjence is expird, do repair on board the Jerfey or Superb at Plymouth, 'where they will be paid the Remainder of their Wages, and two Months thofe who fail to do fo, will not only lofe their Wi Defe in $fce Seventh Year of .the Reign af his late Majetfy King Cecrgej intitled an Act to prcferve and encourage the Woollen and Silk Manufactures qf .this-Kingdom, and for mere ef&&ual ::mpbyin� the Peer, by prohibiting theUfe and Wear of all printed, painted, ftalu'd, or dyMCallkc$;,m Apparel, Houfliold-StuiF, or otherwife, after the 2cth of December, 1722, (except as therein is excepted) It is (among other Things) enacted, *hat ro Perfon ihall ufe or wear in Great Britain, in any Garment or Apparel what-foever, any printed, painted, ftain'd, or dyM CiJlicn, under tiie^Penalty of forfeiting to* the Infoimcr the Sum of Five Pounds, and'to be levied and payable as thereby directed j and that if any Mercer, Draper, -UphoiJer, or any other Perfon or Perfons, fhould ftii, utter, or expofc to S.ilc, any printed, painted, ftain'd, or dyM Callico; or any Bed, Chair,  Cuihion, Window-Curtain, oruther Houfhold Stuff or F6rniture whatever,- made up or mixed with fuch Callico, unlefe for Exportation thereof, and ynlefs the fa'me ihall be cleared outward, accordingly as is uiual v\ Cafe of Sale lor Exportation 1 he or they /hould for every fuch Offence, forfeit aiid pay the Sum of twenty Pounds, to be recovered as thereby directed: And .that-no Perfcn or Perfons, /hould ufe or wear in Great Britain, in or about any Bed, Cha;r, Cuihicn, "Window-Curtain, or any other fort of Houihold S:u(T or Fuiniiuie, any fuch Calllcos, upon the Forfciturb of the Sum of twenty Pounds, to be recover'd aa is thereby airo directed: And whereas many Perfons, under a pretended Ignorance of the faid Act of Parliament, have, fince the Commencement thereof, and how do ufe or weaf in their Garments or Ap] Callico, under!the Dcfcriptions: therein mentioned, otherwife than thereby directed; and under Colour thereof have not been profecutc � 1 . Tho CT*H E Independent Inhabitants of the City and Liberty of Westminster, are defied to meet at fhe Standard Tavern in Leicefter-Fields, this Day, the 6th infant, at Seven,oyClock-in the Evening, to'commemorate the noble Struggle they fo fuccefsfully made in Support of tleir Independency and Liberty. Recovery of. the Penalties thereby^ncunefl, and by fuch Means the go Intents of the*faid Act have not been anfwcr'd ; for Reraedy vvherei and that no Perfon may hereafter plead Ignorance of the Preraues. this publifhed:. And publick Notice is hereby alfo given, that tlc'feid Arf of Pa?^ liamentwill beitrictly put in Execution againft the Offenders thereof, % the-Cotton Manufacturers in Lancafhire. / " ~ Note, The Penalties in this Act are, for weating;them iii; Pounds.. For ufing or wearing Aem in any Houfholi Staff whatfoeverj Twenty Poinds. Tor fel-ling or expo&hg & � Pounds, ;