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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 20, 1943, London, Middlesex                                limb, jS,i^ F R A Y. M 20, 743 Deal, May 18. 5JRRIV'D, the Hawk Stoop, from Portfmouch; and the Betty, Chail,    this Montu. * inatiy Years gpod Services to them in thofe Parts j and he t takes his Pdfcoe With C*pt. RJIct, who foils fome time South-^ra-Horrf^..London, icjMiy, 1743: Court of Dir-Zlirs the ?'::;h-Sr:a from St. Kit's. SailM, the Tr; ton, for Hamburgh. Remain, the Bee, Burford, for Llibon ; and the Friends Adventure Tender ; alfo the Men of War, and Hawk Sloop. Wind S. W. On iMonday died in advanced Years, at his Seat at Herriard in -Hampshire, Thomas J ervois; Efq; a Gentleman of a large Eftate ia that County. On Wednefday laft died, after a long Illnefs, Mr.'Jbfeph Mafters jun.  an  eminent  Timber-Merchant near   St. 1 Mary Axe. Next Tueftby William Francis, of-the Second Rcgiirient Lompanj give Notice, that the Tranfer-Rooks of Ne-t6. South Sea Annuities will he Jhiit cn Tuefday the \ jing ': And that the Warrants /bribe Hay-Year $ LitersII due thereon at Midfanwer neit; j ivii/ bs'^paid on Friday rind Saturday the zg/A and yfih [ of the 'hid Month of July. "Aft ExtraS of a Letter+frxm the Ha cue, dated May 11 of Foot-Guards,       be (hot, for Defemon   n Hyae-l^k. | r^Stod will be fhut on ired^'the zzd of June Yefterday the Seffions began at the Old Baiiy,  wnen j ^ - Tw9 0,Qoci ^ ,    v friJ   ^/  g enty-three Prifoners were try done whereof was capitally ; of A    %    ^   . AvJ f�f ^ �>;W^ thJon for ^ 'They Alfj give Notice,   that the Trarsfer-Boc!:: cf the TheMarqubdeFenelon having lately receivedDifpatches   twenty-three Prifoners were try'd, one whereof was capitally � C from Verfailles^'m anfwer to thofe which he fent to in-iorm His Court of the March of the Dutch Troops to .Mom, Atb, &c. ha'sfince had fome Conferences upon {his ^Subjeft with feveral of the principal Members of the Government, to whom he talked about it in a Strain very different to what they expected : He exprejg*d hilnfeif in Terms to the following JPurpofe. The Court has testified as great a Satisfaction with the Rcfolution which the State* General h ve taken of cauhng.fome Troops to nurch into the Low Countries, as were my Fears and Appreheniions, when 1 &rk neard of it, feait l&e King fhourd in fuch manner take Umbrage at it, as might occaiion a Rupture, or it ieail in fome degree alienate a Fnendfliip ib^^rfett, as that which has long fubfifted between the-ilepublick and France. - I own to Ixru-     o    y Q'c     wacrcor was wpiuniy ;   r Au^if_ rfcving : And that the Dividend tkerh* for convifted viz. Wilham Brown, for picking the Poctcet of , Ha/fy?ar emdin\t hliifMer J:exti wV/ be piid on Mr. Robert Tracy of a Handkerchief of  the Value  it Parrh, tn.\ for erecting a Pari h Chaich therdo, cV-\ :. ve No.'cr. th.it tJu-y will meet at the Town Koufe fn St. Jobff-Strefet in the :3:d Mr.rnlft, Ton\jMcw. ber.g the ii> inftar.t, at Nine o*Clock in ' irt you tftat I was at firft fo ftruck wita it, that it was im-   will begin exaftly at Twelve o'Clock. poffible to di�emb!e the Feirs I was under, Ieaft this The Pamphlet this Day publifh'd by M. Cooper, in  �*ofois hem an*. Perfjn or Per ions deGrous of being Surveyor to the faid n�-w-intended Church and EuiMings, aftd to elsdl a Surveyor, and oir other Builnsft. v . .   A. Bolton, Clerk: Offiafs' v\ cue t*struh"th-Sea Stock 113 3 4ths. Ditto Old Annuities 114 3 8ths-   Ditto New 115 1 8th.   Thsee per Cent. Annu^ces io2 3 4ths.   Ditto 1742, 102 3 4ths.   Ditto 1743,  100 a 1 4th. Mdion B-.nb 117. Equivalent 111. Royal Aflurancc 82.    London Aflurjnce n q 8ths.   MineAdven- Price. \ A/HKRliAS the ( i V St. L-fce, in the County of Mid^lefex, weie male-treated by Popularc in ;hc E-recucon of their Office oa Tuefd3y the \zx\\ of April iait^ t'^c Inhaiirar.tr: r.f the &d Parish promife a Rewnrd of Two Guineas to any i'crfon cr Pe;fur.s who /hail diiccver anV cf  r>ll', or any 6\Lcr unlawfol Faitimes, in Mtni-fieids, or any ether Flare vrzh'in tffczr Doonds. To iht 11 or thy Li ttryman of the City of Lo N DO Gentlemen, - " YOU K dclir'd for ALEX Votes and Intereft are huriib!/ . ture Shares, no no Price. Engltfh Copper 4]. 10s. - fric- = .   iio Prrce. Welih Sev *n per Cent ditto, Emperor's [oan 118.   Five p^r Cent, ditto 77.   Bank On;ii|At on.51.' Prt-m. half Salt I' ]l c* 2 1 4th, Prem. 1 rem. M India Bonds �L Prcm,   Three 1 17b Three 1 half per Cent, ^chequer Orders 3, 1 rem. T' ree per Cent, ditto 2, i3ifc    Lottery-Tickets 1 il. 10s. 6d. Ibii   Day    is   p.ioujtSd^ FHE   DISTRESS'D    WIFE. A N D E R      M I L L N, C rixen   end   IVcai'tr* To be one of the Ale-Conners, in the room o; Mr. John Kirk, deceas'd % he hjyn_? been an Inhabitant cf Trinity in the Minoriea fiwty-three Years^ an-.i fevv'j ^\ Office* in the laid ^ar'lh j lia- been on the Livery upwards of twenty Vears,' and fjiv'd ic\ciz\ OfHcts fn the faid Company ; but being^-..- n.nv reducM by LoiTcs in Tr.^de and Dj&y of Buffncfs J h& Wife 'having/ b:^n lame upwards of thirty Vsars, and been under the Sure eons and Phy* fiC'.ws Hands above fifctn Yc^ts y by vthtch unhappy Circumftances he is re.ider,il'inc3;,�able of ftippcrting h:s Faniily, therefore huaibly begsyoUtFavcorf  in his Heha!!. .. ^ Note, 'The Hi&flicn will be cn MiJfimimer-Djy, and Petitiowf' ' b-ss the F.'v.'-ar oi his Frii;n'!> not To d^5sfr: tiie HaU tiH.the To the IP or thy  Liirsr} man .   e       t  l  e  m  �  n YOUR M'sdful) are defir'j for (V  J   L  L   J   AM Cit-TSft    and   Cu'hr, To be nne of the Aie-Ccrmets of this City,  in th Kiik, deccis'd.    He hr-th been Ui-wards of th'rtv Y-ars, a Li OfHcc", and m^ft Umcrs in his Company, is ndir futy Ye3rs of Age, ana verv much reduced bv LalTcs m the iud Trade, and having a Wife davf of   the  Lily   of   L Q X o o tf* Voes  Incerelr,-   and Poll, Y, An Accuunt O N O N. Wednefda here printed from Hionvng; timta Number of Men from the Companies of the h,g;Lnd Regiment quarter'd in and about Hnmpilead ar.d Hig; gate, had affembied on Finchley-Common, 3t Twtivc the Night before; and tliatfoon after they march'd, to the Number of about one hundred, from tftence towards B;rnetj declaring they would immediately return to their own Country; and at One o** Ciuck Yefterday Morning about fixty otfler Men cf the faid Regiment pa fled ti>ro' Barnet, with, their Arms and Accoutrements, and continued their March Northwards. Gapt, Jural Monro, Lieutenant Grant, and'Enfign Graharrt, followed them, and came up with them at the DilLnce. of eight Miles from Barnet, and by proper Repreftntations'and Perfuafion* prevaiFd upon them (except-one Gorperal-and feorrfeven private Mca) to return to their Duty. Ycfterday the Highland Regiment marched from Highgnte, and ithi Villages adjacent, aiid the fame Day crofs'd the Thafinfes at the Ifle of Dogs, to be quarter'd in Kent till orderM to be embark'd, OaTucfd?jr-'Night his Majefty's Ship the Deai-Caftle lailM from Spithe~.d fo'r Oftend, living under her Convoy On Moncky laft the Transports; ' with his Majefty's Horfei afid^aggagd, -arrived at Oftend from th6 River. On Wednefday their Royal Highneffes the Prince and PrinqefsjcfiWates dia'dat Kew, and return'd to Carltdn-Houfe .at (Night. They write frofci York, that the Corporation of Scarbo-*oug}fhav.e ari^nimouflyVoted the Freedom of that^Borough to be prcfented in a Gold Box to the Right Hon. the Earl of C�rI'ffc/\for his feafonable and neighbourly Affiftance in Quieting acdTiet�)ing the Per.ce of that Town, which for many-\ears -hath been diftrarfted and wafted wltli grievous ^w-Suirs;1 attended'with fuch Confuiion and Diforders-as havc'iurdiy any Example. On Wednefday laft the Court of Directors of the Eaft India Company were pleaied to appoint James Mill, Efq; to be Captaiu and Second Officer in Command of their Military in the Kingdom of Bengal, as a Regard *for his A     A Comedy. By      the      late      Mr.      G    A, . Avthnr of the Beggar-1* Op z* a. This Comedy *was Jtr.ijb'd by Mr Gay; and intended for the Stage before bis Death , when it was left rcheOra, and alfo Water FirewbrJof from a Canal, which are fo bejutirul and furprifing, that fhe doubts not they will give th^ utm-ift Plrafure and Sad faction to'all who fhall do hef the Honour-tu lavo^r her with their Company. _ R7 K I i\ G w,]> acterid ac his Ei:peri- 1 "mental-Room in Duke's Cou:t, near the Mew^v this Afternoon^ precficiy at Fc?ur oV*Jt?ck, if the Sky be dear, in Orc'er to confirm Sif If.ac Ncwton*s Theory of Light tm Colour*, by Mechanical, Optical arxf-    Chen-.ica! Expinmen^s, of which all Gcn:lcrr�n snd Lidfss that have atte^di-d the L-clur� tivs Winter are defir'd to take Notice. The   'fizm-jui   AUTOMATON S; Invented bv the in^ennu; Mr. VaucaNsON, Vbi'b are three Figures t as i// js Life 5        5/ thent reprejenth'g himai P.ri'j'st. the third a U~ck ; and      cb ewe ben exjunin^d, and fttbltckfy] an i tjurb--r:::z/iy certified bp the Royal Academy of Saent^s in Paris, and by />. DcT-guliers hers in JL-ndon, to 6: the grtateji Cu ujittii of Ait hitherto exhibited in tbe World ) R �M> at the Opera-?fnufe fn the Hay-Market, to the Royal Exchingfi^ ip one Paii cf bems, Oinhill Side; an,d are now erpos'd to pablxcJe V:cvt E now rfrmov'd' from the Lronej-Rooni at the Mcu.-s of Twelve, One, Five, and Six, each Per*on paying i s. Noir, Thcfc are ait like thofe pretended Matherrutknl Machine* whicS have often been fhewn, r-:her to i^npofe surprize upon gaping Multitude^ thrin to inftiucl and de;ight the Publick 51 but are perfect Aeces of AxZK v^hichgivca mc*re clear intcil:glble Theory ofWmrl-Mufick, than dan be met wirh in cxtenfive Volume*, as Dr. Defagulierracknowledges in his TranGatiorf of the Artift's Account of thele Pertormantes ; trie Mechanilm of whiih: will bt: ihewn to everyone who defaes it: And they who are curious to have the Pn'ncfpl-rs cf thefe Fgures perfectly explained to tliem, may haVe .th* a"bovc Doctor's Trjnfiarion of them at the fame Place. ( Aiter the Fieures h^ve performed, any GenrJ%ren or Ladies who arfi def?rc�u' of feeing ^he interior Part cf the Machinery of thefe Figures, wfcS A\ their various an-i* furprifinp Effects, &c. (fo worthy the Notice of thir Curious) maybe (atuficd after the Performance, without Lofs; of Trine, *acfi Pci'/on paying is. The Price being /o low, no .Servants will be adriuttTO gratis,.    . They will continue       but rgh; or xxn Days, and then go to HoteSf.*   

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