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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 13, 1943, London, Middlesex DtaU MtVer Grace the Dutchefs of Kendall has left �a^l.--reaehy�hd.-ionerYear,s,Wage5> with Mourning, to all tfer'Semfcts ^>ut of Livery ; 301. each, and one Year's Wjges with dittpj to ail the Livery Servants. On Tuefday Nigbt died'Mr. :C6tlatt9 an eminent Corn- itftor, at his Houfe xa Blackmaa-Street, Southw..rk. r V I Cluriiy Children of the Aid Parifti; that in tiie Morning |4>K$he Rev. Mr. Thiuiby, JLx&oroi' Stoke-Ncwington ; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Lloyd, one of the Minor Cannons of St. Paul's. On Sunday next, in the Afternoon, a Charity Sermon will be preach'd at the Panfh Church of St. Jonn at Wapping, for the Benefit ef the Charity Children belonging to the faid Psrilh, by the Rev. Mr. Wilfon, Ledurcr of St. John in Southwark. At Ruckholt-Houfe, near Lo\v-Ln.ytonf in EfTex, on Monday next, (,^nd to be continued during the Seafon) will be a Grand Concert of Vocal 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 the Evening Entertainment, each Perfon after One o'Clock ro p'uy 6 d. The Mufick in the Morning to begin at Nine, ;uid continue till Two ; the Evening at Four, and continue the ufual Time ; and during Breakfaft-Time, none to fmokein the Hall or Gardens. As the Pleafantnefs ot the Gardens, Foumains, Canals, &c> has occafion'd divers of the Nobility, Gentry, &c. to nrfort there on the Sabbath-Day to walk; jn order to keep Perfons out that may give Offence to them, none will be admitted but with a Ticket, which will be deliver'd at the Door, at One Shilling ; and that no Advantage may be made, the fime is order'd to be taken for the Ordinary at Two o'Clock, or in any other Reckoning. The Doors free, with French-Horns every Day in the Week, Except the above-mentionM ; and every Thing as reafonabie as at any Houfe whatever ; the Prices of which are ftuck up in the Gardens. This Evening will be perform'd, At the Theatre Royal m Drury-Lane, Venice Prefcrv'd, with the Dragon of Wantley. 1 ViCTUAUJ NG-OFFICE, May 12, 1743. CT*H E CommiflJoners for Vi.Uittllthg bis Majefty*s Na ice of his Majefty s NaTy. CT> H W^frilabl: torporn'^~f^:'lhlef of induftrious Poory &c. are to hold a General Court at their Houfe in Spriig-Gardett^ rhis Day, the I jth irftanty at Elc-ven in the Forenoon^ to confirm a Rcfolution ia&cn er Jpecial Affairs. an A�l of P�rlian-.cnt to Kin'.le the Har-fhioners of the ot ^t. Batolph without Aidgatc, in the City of" London, to ra:-l; 1 lei;-:n Sum of Money for Payment of D^bts alnryoy contracts d for J.e Relief ;nd Maijitejwnce of the Poor of the faid Parifi, �jvc Motice, that they inttjid tj meet on Mor-diy next, the 6 h iuftunt, at Thice o'CJcck in the Aftei* notM, at tlie School-Room the Corner of Houndfditcb, in the faid Pariftij on Bufinefs relating to^the faid Trufl.__ THOSE Bri-thn-n ot the inott An'renx and Ffvnpunjble Society of FREE and ACCEPTED MASONS, whu defign to v.-a:t u^yn the Rif.Sc Hon. ths-L'ird Ward, Grand Matter, at Dinnerj on Moc^ay n;x*, the iih intrant, at Brother Vipoht's, the Long-Room at H^mpftejd, uiC �1'fi.v: c tike tut Tickers, which will be left at the Braund's Head, in Bene]-:-:*-: 5 the DeviJ, Tenripie-Bar; the King's Arms, St. Paul's Church-Y^rd j an.: c!k Ktr.g's Head in the Piudtty. Dinner will be on the Tabic a iv0 o'Click precifeiy. Note, ^erhren are defir'd to take cut Tickcis by ths N'ight at furtheit, that fuitabL- Prov^fjon inay bs provided. H H i of GRECOREANS, are ddir'd to meet their Vice-Grand and 0;in*^rs this Evening, at S^vcn o'Clock, st the Kind's Head, the Corner tit Tower-Stxeet, Towcr-Hih, in or^.cr to pay a Vilic to the Hud Chapter-By Order of the Vice-Grand. ~- l L. See... L 0 tre wo thy L i*V�r}?/jir? Lf the Citj of L. o U d o Gentlemen. High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 38 Minutes after 2 in the Morning, and 58 after 2 in the Afternoon. Yefterday Bank Stock was 146 3 4ths, India Stock 187 3 4ths. South-Sea Stock 112 7 8ths Ditto Old Annuities 113 3 4thsaii4. Ditto New 114 1 half a 5 8ths a 1 half. Three per Cent. Annuities ioi 7 8ths. Ditto j742, 101 7 8ths Ditto 1743, 99 3 8ths a 1 half. Million Ban!: 117. Equivalent mi. Koy;\] Aflurantc 82. London Aifuranct 11 1 half. Mine Adventure Shares, no Price. Englifh Copper 4I. 10s. Welfh ditto, no Price. African, no Price. Seven per Cent Emperor's Loin 114 3 4ths Five per Cent, ditto 76 1 4th a 1 half. Bank Circulation 5I. Prcrn. India Bonds 4I. 12s. a 13s. Prom, Tiuxe 1 Jiaif OUR Votec, Inter eft, end Poll, (if fcdruJ) arc numbly ac/u C for JOHN F O CtVXrtt and frivm-yr^tr, WELL, To tc on* �f the Alc-Conrers of this Chy, in the ro^rn of Mr. Johri Ki'k. rlecca^ ; he having Jiv'd twenty Yea/s in the Par Hi of St. Vedslft, OfHces, :jad been � L;vcr>rn3n or his Company iev-erai Years; but by great Loflfcs irl Trills is reduc-d, and ha? not a Support lor ininfeif and h*H Faiuilv, Note, The Eieirion will be 011 Mtdfurniner-I>ajr, and your P�tiriunerbegp the Favour of his Friends not to )"3vc ths HaJi xUl the Hle^ion is over. fa the njLorthj Li trjman of the Lz:y of London. gentl�m� n\ YOUli Votes and Incereft are humbly defir'd for A L E X A N C i/ss- D E 1 and R M I t L N, Salt Tallies 2 i 4th, Prcrn. TfireC i half per Cent. Ex- To be one of the Ale-Cnnners, in the rewn of Mr. John Kirk, deceased 5 ' r^,A^B , Prnm nrUr�� ^f W o n.^ he having been an Inhabitant of Tnmty m the Minor�& rouy-tJiree YearS^ chequer Orders 5, Prcm. Three per Cent. ii�tto 2, Diic. Lottery-Tickets il. 8s. Prem. r H E ibn Day is publijh'd, I STR E By A Comedy. the Author WIFE. otn late Mr.- G A of ihe Beggar's Opera. This Comedy was fimflfd by Mr. Gay, end intended frr the Stage *~fort bii Death \ when it ivjs left ivitb his ctbtr Papers to the Care cf tU n.lU Fr�~ ii Grace bai acc-ran* If permitted it to tl>t Prcjs, t the Original in the Author's own Haxd�Writing. Printed for T. Aftl-v, ;*t the Hnte in St. Paul's Church-Yard. Qf tobom may be bad, POLLY, an OPERA; being the feconi Part of the Bcgg>r*a Open. Bj Mr. CAY. The Author's Intention in bringing this Piece upon the Stage, *va$ to lajb in general the reigning end fajhionable Pices ; and every Thing iv^s ready for a Rebtarfal of it at Covent-Garden Theatre, wbert a RUJ/dge tvas fent from the Lord Cbamberiainf that it ws not aliow'd t" be *�ted, but cn-'.man'ieJ to be fupprcfs'd j which is (he Reafon it nev;r appear'd on the Stage. African-Houfe, May 12, 1743. CT* ff E Royal African Company cf England do �* herely give Notice, that their Sale of Bees-Wax, Elephants Teeth, and Gum Seneca9 which was advertised to be on Tburfday the lt)th inftanty is pofipond to'Friday 4he 20th, and fetv'd all Offke> in the kid Par'ih j hn<; bern on the Livery upwirds of twenty Yeni?, and faVd feveral Offices in the faid Company $ bat being niw reduced by LoiTes in Tr-de and Decay of BuGnefs j his Wife huyiag bicalame upwards of thirty Years, and bec:i under the Surgeons ani PJiy-* fic:ans Hands above fifteen Yeais j bf which unhappy Circumftances he IB reader\\ incapable of fupporting his Farriily, therefore' humbly beg�your Favours in hi^ Behalf. Not**, The Ele�r:on will be on Midfummer-Djy^ and yqur Pctidonet begs the Favour of his Friends not to depart the Hali till the Eleftion h ovejt< r To the Worthy Liverymen of Gentlemen. the City of Lon d o if. OUR Votes, Intereft, and Poll, (if needful) are defir'd for WILLI AM Cif.'xxn and Cutler, (hy S T Trade I MS* O N, T fiETHN AL-GREEN. H E Truftees appointed to put in _ Execution an Aft of Parliament to make the Hamlet of Bethnal- Green, in the Pari/hof Sr. Dunftan, Stepney, in the County of Middles*, a feparate and dtftinft Paiith, and for erccling a Pari(h Church therein, &c. give Notice, that they will meet at the Town Houfe in St. John-Street in the faid Hamlet, Tomorrow; the y^th Jnftant, at Nine o'Clock in the Forenoon, to receive Propolals fsom any. Perfon or Perfons deiirous of being Surveyor to the fcid ncw-intcttded Cnufch and Buildings,, and on other Bu�nei5� A. Bjiton, Cleri. To be one of the Aie-Conners of this City, in the roofri of Mr. *fbhsi Kirk, deceas'd. He hath been.a Houfe-Kecpcr in' the Paiifh' of St. Bride upwards of th/rty Years, a Liverymjh near twenty Ye.-.r*, has feiy*d PaViA OfEces, and moft Offices in his Company, is near fixty Years of Afje, and being very much reduced by Lofles ir� the faid Trade, and having 3 "Wire now living quite helplefs, humbly be?* yuur Favour in his Behaif. Note, Th* Elttlion wiH be on Midfummer-Day next, and he begs,the Favour of hy Fne;ids not to depart the Hall till the Ekclibn is oven -'\ eio the njfortby Limrymen $f the City qf LoND . Gentlemen, OUR Votes and Intereft are humbly defirM for * THOMAS NOON Cftissen and Barber - Sur�e2n, To be one of your Ale -Connexs, Jn the room of Mr. John -Kirk* detpas having been an Inhabitant in the Ward of Broad-Street near forty Years, and ferv'd all Cfficcs in the Paiift of St. Margaret, Lothbury, in the /aid Ward j has been on the livery thirty-three Years} has brought up vFanrily of thirteen Children j which, with great Lbffe� in Trade, and the- Expence df feven Years Jttnefs, has obliged hrm to quit his Buflneis ; and being odt of aJl manner of Employ, is (6 reduced in his Circumftances, that be fs obliged eavneftly lb requeit your Favour as above. Note, The unJdnd Infcnuatjon of fome-Perfcatf, that I,iiave anfftate left me by a Relation Lately deceaj'd, is only made to prejudice toe in this 1 Election, the urinoft Value of it being but five Pounds^ Year., The �le�tian will be on Midfummer-Day next, and I beg the &yojt cf my Friends not & depart fibe Hail rjU tht �Ufliezi is
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