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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 11, 1943, London, Middlesex                                Numb, j 842; V? EDNES Y,   May 11,   1743 r Yefterday two Bliiecoat Boys; waffling in tlie Thames, vvcre drown'd near �lack-Fryars-St;iirs. We hear that on Saturday Morning next will l>e pub-lifh'd, An Endeavour to demonfirate, that thai Part of the lifh'd, An Endeavour to demonfirate, that that Part ot the Ship the Boyne, to be remo-vd into the One' --*n at Pl^n^th, Eye calTd Choroides, (contrary to the rcceivM Opinion) n\ a,id the Leav? of Ahfence ta them       g cxtr'iL it ir //rt'/i' L-  yhi-p s Da ejion, that toe J a id vh'~ tnav.de id C:j':if .at  t'.at IJJCO   Witt fen a j J    7      1 j M the fun d treir I-.' .:-rrt    hut i juto in icndd/s. i*ut ij any cf comply be; ev:iih,   they.-i.il/ ot.lv { Directions null he gv-jen for appre'. ev.ii.-ig a.-:J /'        them at a Court-Martial as Dtferters* 1 . :0 C'iilo;n-H"ul", I   n T QjtUr nt the Hra 'Vrtvl'- 4 *       * 7;; trw.'ri Maieflys Cujhms. CSr. r.' ;... 1   I t Mil an, May 7 Private Advices from Switzerland fay, that there is a Treaty of Alliance upon the Carpet between tut Proteitant Cantons, and the Courts oi London and Berlin. w 'Vienna^ May I. It's faid tha;* the Saxon Troops in the Pay of Gieat Britain will join the Army of Prince Lob-koWitz y and tnat the l'roo- s under the E^rl of Stair and Duke d'Aremberg will do tiie iike. whilit Count Keven-huller makes, a Diverfion upon tiie hm and the Ifsr; and the Croatians and War ad ins, to the Number of i2cS^b, wiiich have- been in Wuutr. Quarters in the 7yrol; will make an Iiraption into Bavaria. Yefterday BanK Stock was 146 1 half. India Stock 186 1 half a 5 gths. South-Sea StocK. 1121 half. Ditto Old Annu-tics 113 5 Sths a 3 4ths. JD.uo New 114 1 4c;} a 3 8ths. riV.rce per Cent, ^miu'ties igi 3 4ths a -7 8tiis. Ditto 174-2, 101 3 4ths a 7 Sths.   Ditto 1743, 99 3 Sths. Million B?,nk 117.    Equivalent 111.    Koyaj MjTur'uacc Sz. London Affurance 11 1 half. Mine Adventure Shares, no Price. Enghffi Copper 4I. 10s. Weiih ditto, no Price. African, no Price. Sevt-n pej Cent Eniprror'.s Loan 114 3 4ths. Five ^cr Cent, d.tto 76 1 4th n 3 8ths. Bim. Circulation c;l. Prem.   India Bonds 4I. 14s. a 12s. Prvm. 6 loop9   of i be thereabouts, nxith her Tackle a/id Furniture 0?f   1 ; : '      i j.      w. May,  at Four 0 Clock  in  the sffternw/:, -iv/./ he  f.v/w d to Sale, in the Loner Roam in the Cunam-h'*:ife* Lo.:J-:r- The Walker Sloop,  of the  Bin then of f-verity    .     or : The'faid Si- p is fouare flern*d and Britifb -bmU% and nviv lying in t-:e Stream againfi tve l obiter-of Lordon. An Inventory oilier cf may he fen at the King s Ware-houfe, and on board the jaid Sloop. HAN D - J N - ii A N~D   LI R r.-Or-FIC-k- CJ^H E Directors (�       Arr;v   that a G 'd ^   -Me:ting cf the Members cf the faid Society; vji'11 beheld at their Ojfce in An* el-Court on S.iC-lv Hill, '1 omoryon,v, being the \ zth infant, by Three in the Afternoon^ where all who ha-'ve injur*d are dtfrd lo be. ti e 1 lil : n 1 ^ cii:   rn >lt An e^it _    and Honcuruble bcci ty of FREE       A'^CEi'TtD MASONS, w'-i.-i dciKn to wait upon tiie R'^t'.t i!.�n. ti^ L ro V/.rJ, Gi^nvl Waiter, sC Di jner, on M^'av ncxr, ne /.'.h "nil j nr. nt l>r-."J-,e; V^p ?, tie I-oug-doom at Hnmp^tua, me il:-ii.*G 10 rii;c M'.t 'I      r^, w'.icn wiJi 0^ istt . j ' ---- i.'-" at the B nuivi s r-.c.;d, in Bmd-Sur-: ; th'- l-'cvl, J ^r.pi.-Rtrj the is Arms. S1:. i\.u!'s Chunh-Y. rd ; jnu tne KJ.r^'s Kt-jJ -n the 'Vuitiy, 1S.M1 - s 7 Dnfdi It's i.gain faid, that a Body of our    Cent. Exchequer Orders?, Prcm. Auft they probably will jointly form t^e S/cge 01 Egra. Berlin, May 7. The Lord Hmdiord ius dechr'd to jtliCJLing, xhac ii^s' 3^t^iu;.c4C.M^jaiy .was rciolv'd to pais the Sea,; and put himfcii-at ._the-Hcad of his Army.   It's ailurM,; that -tiWie two Mon:.rciis \\iA have an Interview, Three i half Salt lall.'cs. 2 14th, Prtm.   'i'nrec i half^ei rr.'iree per Cent, d'tto 2, Difc.  Lottery-Tickets il. gs. a il. 7s. 6d. a il. 83. Prcm. A D V E RT i SEM KNT to the tukjothers to the K-eitjn! in if . V/^d f,d.Stxest near rcrly V.cvS, and fcrv'd ali Gniccs in the I'aii/hcf St. Mar^ret, Lx:.ouVy. in the i'-.vi W^r^J has been on ii.c Livi-ry liiirt)-thiec Wnra; h -1 P Office of one of the fij by Leafe N D O N. L     O Brivate Letters by the Flanders Mail which arrived Yefterday inform us, that on the 9th initant N.-S. there was a very fmart Battle between the Auitrians and Bavarians, near Braunau in Bavaria, wherein the Auftrians gain'df the Viftory, having kiird and taken Prifoners near 7000 Bavarians. of this City, vacant by tie Death of Mr. William. Sheppard. And that the /aid Committee will fit in tht Council-Chamber of'the Guildhall, London, this Day, being the nth infant, at Four 0^ Clock In the Afternoon, to receive Propofals for the fame ; of which more particular Information may be had at the Comptroller s Office in the Guildhall afore faid. _D.    SEAMAN,    Comptroller. CT*ti �   Committe for letting the Bridge-tioule ^ Lands do hereby give Notice, that they intend to lett by feveral Leafes, for twenty-one Tears, the following Lots, viz. 1. A Mejfuage or Tenement on the Weft Side of the North End of London-Bridge, in the Occupation of Mr. Child. 2. A Mejfuage or Tenement on the fame Side of the faid Bridge, in the Occupation of Mr. Whitehor?ie. 3. A Mejfuage or Tenement on the fame Side of the faid Bridge, in the Occupation of Mr. Thomas Harris. 4. A Mejfuage or Tenement on the fame Side of the faid Bridge, in the Occupation of Mr. Tull, a Mop-Merchant. 5. A Mejfuage or Tenement on the fame Side of the faid Bridge, in the Occupation of Mr. Charles Kemp. 6; A Mejfuage or Tenement on the fame Side of the faid thirteen Childrei- -y which, with c.ejt L Sa in i ; \e, a;i�i the fcxpfiftcj::atr [even Years IJlnefs, h-'S obliged him :  quit his B*m f i ; anj feeing oJt of* all manner of Employ, is fo ;cducrJ i.\ his ChcanaUncusr, that he js obliged. earn^-vKy to requclr yonr Favoui 36' .sbove. Note, The u.-.kind Ii;hnuatu>n of fame Pcrf^ns, th.it I have an Ertate lert me by a Relation lately oectr.is'd, is miy made to prejudice mc in thh Ekcr;iv>n,'tl;e utrrujtt V^'Sue of it being but ^ve tVuf-di a year.   .":      .. The Election will be on Mid!o.Y.ire�-D,iy ntxr, and I beg the Favour of my Friends not to depart the Hall till the.Eleciion is -over. ..._ tie   City    of :;L;0 N D O N. To  the worthy  Liverynnn ^of � m e n, ^   Voces, In re reft,  and   Pollf (Jr. W   E   L 1* Yefterday the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor nominated J Mejfuag of Mr Building-Leafe for Jtxty Steph of Sheriff for the Year enfuing* Lord Serople's Regiment of Highlanders will be revieVd this Day on FincWey-Common by their commanding Officer; and at the fame Place on Friday by General Wade, and feveral Peribns of Diftin&ion, We are informed that th^Jate Mrs. Sarah Morgan, of New Bond-Street, amongft many other charitable Legacies^ has left 501. to the -^London  N, C tixm   ar.d   Wc'avtr, s To be one of the Ale-Conneis, in the room of Mr. John Kirk ; he haymg . be. n an Inhabitant of Trinity in the Mhioxies forty-dues Years,, and . all Office? in the faid Parfli i has been on the Livery upwards ot twenty Years, and ferv'd feveral Officer 5  but beirg now redue'd by Lofles.in.,, � Tr>de and Decy oi Bulinefs > his Wife huving been lame upwards of thirty ! Years, apd been under the Surgeons and Phyficians Hands above fifteen Years ; which unhappy'Circiixnftances have rendei'd him uncapable qfTup- pptt'ng his Farnily. �-; , Now, The'EletTon will be on Midfummer-Djy, and your Petiapner ' begs the Favour cf his Friends not to depart the 1 lali till the Ejection J3 over,   . To Propofals fc i fame; of  J*pArtitrlt/krr \ dece^s'd   hav:nc been an frihahi.ant in-Aldermanbury, in the Ward of^-t: Bridge-Hard, Soutbwark, on vjbich fudfntitedFarttei/mtf -twenty-one Years, a Liverj-m.n of tw.nty. / feven Years, has^rtTv'd all Ward nr.d Panto Offices, (except Church-/ warden) ;   �ur by unavoidable Mi:fortune is fo much reduced, as to be cfclicM lo bee the Favcur wid AiSftanc? of hit Frkuds .oa thift OccafloJii. " ---- Perfons bidding ft J PICKERING, m 4   

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