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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 12, 1943, London, Middlesex                                V    k Numb. 3843. THURSDAY,   May 12,  1743 Deal, May 10. EMAIN, his Majefty's. Ship the Augiifta; the Tryton, Whelden, for Hamburgh; the Lyon, Lyon, for Liverpool ; the William, Griffiths, for Plymouth ; the Elizabeth, Scar-vel, for Portfmouth ; and the Lyon Tranfport.   Wind N. E. Yefterday arrived a Mail from France. ThePdris A-la-main informs us from Bavaria, that Marshal Broglio has been indifpofed, but is better, and will not opep. the. Campain till the Beginning of next Month, and that the Auftrian Huffars frequently attack them in their Quarters, but are often repuls'd with Lofs. The above Paper concludes with the following filly Paragraph. * It's much queftion'd whether the Earl of Stair, Duke Ducking by the Mob : A Gentleman interferingjo mitigate their Punifhment, had. the Misfortune to be pufli'd over tlead and Ears into the Pond where they were. Yefterday Mary Cook was committed to Newgate by . Col. De Veil, for Healing out of the Shop of Mr. John Jellico, a Diitiller/a Gallon Pewter Pot, with a Quantity of Gin in it. 0 As was Mary Smith,' by the fame Gentleman, to Clerken-well-Bridewell, for hawkingunftamp'd News-Papers. One of the moft extraerdinary Tranfadlioris that perhaps hath ever been heard of fince the Memory of Man, was perform'd on Thurfday or Friday the 21ft or 2 2d of April laft, by fwo Gentlemen Sportfmen, (or would have the World believe them fo). who were feen with two Couple of � Pointers a Shooting near Stamford-Hill-Turnpike, Tottenham, and Places adjacent, and kiJPd one Partridge; by doing of which the World will be-Judge whether the faid Gentlemen afted.like Gentlemen or not, to fhoot Partridges d'Aremberg, and Count Neupcrg, will agree as well in I at a Time when it is moft notorious they muft be fitting upon � the Projects-of Operation as in the Command j the Earl 4 of Stair being extremely haughty and imperious.' An ExtrdS of a Letter from the Hague, Jated May 4 We are informed that the Negotiations which Mr. * Villiers, Minifter from Great Britain, is charged to � enter into with the Circles of the Rhine/&c. are.ih-f tended to engage them to take Arms and join all their * Forces without .Delay to the Englifh and Auftrian Ar-� mies, in order to oblige either amicably, or by force, the � French Troops to quit Germany: He is to reprefent, * that the Keaion whifch induced his Britannick Majefty to � caufe fo confiderable ? Body of Troops to march into * Germany, was to diflodge all foreign Troops which have � entered that CountJKunder Pretence of reteftablifhing '".Tranquility there      hat. as his Majefty and all the * World are fenfible that it was other Motives which car-*; ried them thither, he thought proper to give Proof of f his -inviolable Attachment to the Intereft of the, Germa-� nick-Body, of which he is a Member, by employing all * Jus Forces in order really to re-eftabliih" the Repofe and 4 Liberty of all Germany.  Bavarianf is confirmed, with the additional Circum- fiance,, that Count Seckendorfj who commanded them/is taken'ftrifoner. r:I^;^day Night died in the 93d Year of his Age, at KiS Seat/at Hartiebury-Caflfe,' in the County of Worcefter, the.Rightv^ey. Dr. John Hough,. Bilhop of that Diocefe. -^On!� T^fdaj Night, died at her Seat near Ifleworth,' her Grace the Dutchbfs of Kendall, upwards of eighty by her: Death a large Petoiion' devolves' to, the Q:own, -and a confideraible Peifonal Eftate to the CQun- tefcofCheft^eld. ; ./-ffkis \Veek ihe. Hon. and Rev. Mr. Spencer Cowper, . Brothor'jtd the - Earl * df Cowper, was married, .to the Hon. mm Tq^ax&gnd, Daughter to-.the late, Lord/Vifcount Townfhehd/      ; v  ' V-.." Yefterday the Governors arid Guardians .of the Hof-pital for. the. Mkinfei^ce.wd/JElduc^iQn' of eXfjqfed and defer ted young Children, held their annual Meeting" for ele�iing, piirfiiant to their Charter, a- President, fix Vice-Prdidertts; a Tnkfurer, forty-twb Members to complete the Number.,of the General Committee to fifty, and Secre-tary for the Year enfujng ; ahd after fuch Election they came to a Refolation for the .faid Governors and Guar- their Eggs. The Gentlemens Names atprefent ihall be'kept as a Secret, hoping that this Advertifement will, give them Caution for the future how they behave. We hear the "Company has been fo numerous at the Mulb'erry-Garden fince the Opening, that Servants are now daily fent to keep Places as at the Playhoufcs. We are, defir'd to inform the Publick, that Tickets in this prefect State-Lottery are now to be purchafed at the Oldeft Lottery-Office at Charing-Crofs, next Door but one to the Mews front Gate, and direftly behind the King. ,on Horfeback, kept by.Mr. Wilfon $ by whom all forts of Bufinefs relating to this Lottery will be tranfaded as formerly, with Care and Punctuality. Attendance is given daily (vqm EightJn the Morning till Seven at Night. At Mckholt-Houfe, near .Low-Layton, in Eifex, on Monday next, (and to be continued ^during the Seafon) will be a Grand Concert of Vgcal and Inftrumental Mufick, the Vocal Part by Mr. LOWE. Tickets to be deliver'd at the Door for the =Breakfafting, at is. 6d. each ; and for , thp Evening Entertainment,'each Perfon after One o'clock to pay6d^ The.Mufick in the'Morning to begin at Nine, and continue .tillTwo'; ~the Evening at Four, and continue thp.ufual Time ; and during Breakfaft-Time, none tofmoke in the Hall; pr Gardens., As the Pleafantnefs oi the Gardens,- Fountains, Canals, &c. has occafio.n'd divers of the Nobility, Gentry, &c. to refort there on the Sabbath-Day to walk; in order to keep Perfqns out that may give Offence to. them, none will be admitted but with-a Ticket, wlych will be delivered at the Door, at One Shilling i and that no Advantage may be made,' the fame is order'd to be. taken, for the Ordinary at Two o'Ciock, or in any The Doors free, with: French-Horns the above-mention'd; other Reckoning. every Day in. the Week,  except and every Thing as reaforiable as at any Houfe whatever; the Prices of which are ftuck up in tjie Gardens. Edinburgh, May$.On Tuefday laft died the Lady Balcafky, Widow of Sir Robert, Anftruther, and Sifter to General Prefton. Yefterday Margaret Stewart wa^executed fa the Grnfs- Market, for the unnatural Crime of: Chiid-Morder ; Ihe confefs^d the Crime, and.died penitent. This Evening will be performed, At the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, The Provok'd Wife. ��     _1 . . , �   , .___ High Water at London-Bridge this Day at4? Minutes after i in the Morning, and 9 after 2 in the Afternoon. J. '       r Ditto 1743, 99 3 Sths a 1 half. .Yefterday Bank Stock was 146 1 half a* 3 4ths. .India Stock 186 1 4tha 187 1 4th. South-Sea Stock ii2'34ths a 7 8ths. . DittoOld Annuities 113 5 8ths a 3 8ths* - Ditto New 114 3 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities iqi ,3 4ths, Ditto 1742, 101 3 4ths. Million Bank 117. Equivalent, in. Royal Affuranc� 82. London Afihrance 11 i.half. Mine Adventure Shares, no Price.   Englifh Copper 4I. 10s.  -Welfh/.diuo,  no Price. lhould be "held upon the Quarterly General Meeting of 1 African, no Price. Seven per Cent Emperor'? Loan 114 " " ~ "    '  "' ^ -   -   �      t>       j 4ths.   F/Ve per Cent, ditto 76 1 half a 1 4th.   Bank Circulation 5I. Prem.   India Bonds 4I. ns. a 12s; Prcm, Three 1 halfSak Tallies 2 i 4th, Prem." Throe 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prem. ^ Three per Cent, ditto 2, 'Difc. Lottery-Tickets il. 85. Prem. dianS(to mea.t,ohce,a Year, and dine together (without any Expence b; the .Hospital) in order the b�tter to promote this Charity;; and that fuch Anniverfary Meeting "Day tto Corporation after Lady-Day. On Monday their Royal Highneffes the Prince and *Wii-A of. Wales dined at Lord Baltimore's Seat near Epfom. On Monday Mr*k Gxefwood's Horfe Badger woh the SO given by his Royal ilighnefs the PrinceTpf ^4J^ at Epfom. * K"' Laft'Monday Evening Mr. Rogers, coming' from Epfom Race^.w^s.'unfortunately flung from his-Horfe, and diedJjnmediatelyv � - .   . On Xhuifday. laft a Cbxpmiffion pafs'd. the Great Seal, appoin^infe Mk .WiU&m Mihoa junior,, an Aitor**yvat Law, at Chichefter in Suffex, one of the Matters fpttxiotf di^ytdf the High Court of Chancery. /        ,   / YeJ^rday was married^ at the Parith Church pi Sti Mary Whitechapel, Mr John Norris, an eminent DiftJller^ to Mifs Aitfj Nprris, an accompliih'd young Lady, 6f great Merit and'BeWty, \vitKa; Fortune of 5000 Pound*; : OnTJuofday in the Evening an elderly M^U, wett^efe'di was found-in. the PpndcallM the Little Sea; in Ci0k^L Fields, hy 'J'ot^enha^-Cpurt. He was taken out before hp was dead/,Mt he died as they.were carryinghiAHfo tht King's Head in that Road. \. On Tuefday Night two  Pickpockets, an old. Map and 1 To be S O L D, ! a Boy,, were detedt?d very bufy in their Occiw^tion i May-Fair,'^a wfre bbligfd to undergo theDiWg^ine,c At the Havanna-Snuff-Warjshoxtse, overTpgcrinft-'tt Fountain Tavern in Catherine-Street in the Strand, ACurious Parcel 6f fuperfiiie Havanna SnuF, wamnted neat as? imjprted, taken!� ipm .on boarda Spaiiift Prize, which'fcr C^our an3 flavour exceeds any of the land ever irripocted in England i and whereas'the frfiju^nt Adulteration, and'the exorbitant Price of Havanna-lShuff, ha>e of late Years brought in Ufe interior Sorts of Snuff, this is therefore to give Notice, that for the Accommodation of Gentlemen and Ladies,' the fa"** Havanna 5nurT will be fold at the faid Wareoufc at 5 s. %a Pound, in nb-iefi Quantity than a Pound ; and an Allowance will be made to Dealen that tafee Quantities, for ready Money. 'Note, Itbfoondbyfixperience. that neat Havanna SnufF is .an excellent * Whitenerof the-Teeth, and Preferver of the Gums from the Scurvy. cfWE QUrxiabU 'Corporation for Rtlef of ^iniufiriaut^Poor, &c* are to, hpid a Generalr Court at their. Houfe in Spring-Garden, Tomrrmv, the 13th injiant, at'Eleventh tbi Forenoon^ to confirm a Refolution{taken at their lajl General Court to optn the Transfer^Books of the faid Orforatiofh arid on othtr fpetial Affairs.  , _ John Nind, Secretary. the Adrriiralty-O/fice, May 11; 1743. CTH E  Leave of Abfence given, to  the Petty *   Officers arid JForemaJi-Men of Ms Majefty s Ship Shoreham being expird; it is the UireSion of my�ords Com-mrjjtoners of the Admiralty, that the find Petty Officers and-Forentccft-Men do immediately repair on board the Ferret Sloop at Deptford, (where they ivilj be paid the Remainder of the Wages due to them in the.Shoreham, and alfo t-rvo Months Wagss Advance, before they proceed to Sea ; but if any of the faid Men fail to repair on board the Sloops they will not only lofe the aforefaid Wages,  but will be apprehended, and ttied at a Court-Martial as Deferters. Tho. Gorbett. VICTUALLING-OFFICE, May-n, 1743, cr*H E Commijfwners for.%i�!nailing his Majefty** - Navy give Notice, that on Friday next, the l$th injiant, in the Forenoon,  they will be ready to treat for Ptafe and Bifcuit-Meal for the Service of his Majefty s' Navy* HAN 1>- IN- HAND   FIRE-OF PICE! CT*H E Directors give Notice, that a General *   Meeting of the Members the faid Society, ivitl be held' at their Office in Angel-Court on Snow-Hill, this Day, being the tztb infant, by Three in the Afternoon, where all njuho have hi far d are dejird to be prefent* St. Martin in the fields, May 6f 1743* WHEREAS by an A<51 of Parliament made" and pifsM- In the ninth Year of the Re:gn of his late M?jefi George, (entitled an A& for amending the Laws re}jt  and he {hall meet with all due Encouragement. - '' Note, It is expedled they (hall have honeft Characters, be tinder thirty Years of Age, .and not under five Feet eight Inches high without Shoes. 'UCri Perfons as incline to undertake io cleanfe 2nd carry off the Mud, RubbiQi and Sand, and all other Obftruilions cafualiy lodg*d above the natural Ground from the Fromvof the feveral Wharfs to Low-Water-Mark, of all the Wharfs from Black-. Frysrs-Stairs to Puddle-Dock, containing four hundred- and five Feet in length, little mere or lefs, are deiir'd. to leave their. Rropofals feai'd hefcre' Wednesday next, the i8rh inftant, with Mr. Nprman, I'imber-Merchant, in Black-Ftyars, where further Partifailars may bg had, if required. To the  Worthy Liverymen of the City of London. Gentlemen,- >:    y O IT R Votes and Intereft : are humbly A defn'd for THO M A. S   R.A I N ,S F O R J> Citixsn-and  'Ironmongery To be Ale-Conner, in the room of Mr.; Jphn Kirk, i'decins'i, \he fixty-iight Yeirs of Age, (formerly in ;th'ff Coal7Trade)^iiv/d' tWr Year* .in the Ward of Fauingdon without, . fery'd all' War4 .and Offices, has been on the Livery,,and ferv'd all the chargeable.Ottxcesinh'u Company j has a Wife and-Children .unprovided. for, but by great. Lciles in Trade is Very rntich reduced.   ....          \. * I hope my Friends will.-excufe. my late Application, � Neceffity obliging me to irV To the 'worlhf- Liverymen , of ihe^Uy K*>f .t'O'^fe ^ N. b n t "  needful) v Cftixen  and. Ircnmwgsr,. , \     ^il        . Tof the Aie-Conners of thh'City, >in>thp room, of Sir. ;johh Kixk, de'ceas'd 5 he having livsd twenty-Years in the;�arjft '.br'5r..Vedpfr, Fofler-Lane, in Ch^pfide, a Hofier, ferv'd $1 Parifh and *Vyard. Office^- jnd been a Everyman of iis;Compsny fevcxjil-Years,5 but by.greatLb4*es in Trade is reduced � and'hasnSt a Suppiqrt for himTeK.arid his ferml^l    % Notey The Elc�Hon will be onJ^Ajrrimer-l>ay/-an^-Jo^rPeti^ the Favour of his Friends not to k-i'.ye-the.Hall till the Ekftion is.over,". � me n, ' Votes, ar� humbly H  N defirM for*' P W TS  L" L, Worthy Li
                            

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