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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 26, 1943, London, Middlesex *0' � 1 T H U H SDAY M A Y 26. 743 e Sdfaona, Btadfeawi R�by, P
r^l who Was has made his Efcape.' They are all order'd to the Tower till further Orders. Sq Men, .amongft whom were perceiving ipoffibility df making a !ongHefiftancer determined a Retreat, which rwas- made with all poflible Order-and Conduft: They laid two Bridges crofs the Ifer, and caus'd their Tropps ti? pals over them, during which they fuftain'd a terrible Fire. Monf. Chatelet was flightly wounded, and the Lieutenant-Colonel of the Regiment of Bouxol was kili'd. It's affur'd", that the Eneany loft more People in this Aftion than we s tho' the Regiments of Foot of Pi cardie, Bauzol, Ljonnairy and Mzdac, and the? two Royal Regiments of Horfe�4^e^:�ttremd^^ M. PhlUq>83, aftei' his'Retreat, reviewed his Troops, and foand 1200 Men wanting; he then continued his March' to Strankingen. We have this Moment receiVd'News, tliat Prince Charles bas likewife fet F/re to landau. Sit Charles Wag, of the Navy, Member of Parliament for Weftlow in Cornwall, and-one of his Majefty's unoft Honourable Privy Council: . 7 ^'Lady fies dahgeroufly ill, a.nd 'tis thought fee won't long furvive him. They write from Paris of the':jiff inftant, that near 600 Officers h'a4 thrown up their Commiffions, being determin'd not to ferve in Geunany ontheprefent Sj'ftem of Politicks. On Monday laft died at iter Lodgings at Greenwich, Mrs. Scot, Wife of Mr. Scot, Surveyor of the Navigation in the Port of London. The fame Day his Son, who afled as Deputy Surveyor, was unfortunately drowned in Long-Reach by the Boat overfetting, but his two Watermen were fav'd with great Difficulty, by a Boat from one of the Ships lying there coining to'riieir Affiftance. Yefterday the'Rev. Mr, Delafaye, of Queenbordhgh, was married to Mifs Jumper, a near Relation of the late Admiral Jumper, a young Lady of a plentiful Fortunei Yefterday was married at Gray's Jnrr Chapel by the Rev. Mr. Noble, Mifs Draper, of Bafinghall-Street, an agreeable young Lady, of great Merit and Fortune, to Mr. Samuel Johnfon, an eminent Cheefemonger of.t&is City. Yefterday Elizabeth Kinderly was committed by Col. De Veil to Clerkenwell-Bridewell, forfalfly fwearinga Robbery committed upon her near the Five Fields on Cnelfea-Road 1742, 103 3 8dis a 1 4th. Ditto 1743> 100 3 8ths a 1 4th. Million Bank 117. Equivalent 111. Royal Aflurance 8i 4ths. London Affurance 11 5 8thsf Mine Adventure Shares, no Price. Jinglifh Copper 4]. 10s. W^Uh ditto, nbPrke. African, no Price. :Sjft^jierCcnt Empcror^s Loan ^19. FiV�per Cent, ditto'77 3 8ths. pank Circulation 5L Prem. India Bond* 4I. 15 a i6v Prem. Three f ImU Sih Tallin 1 4th, Prem, Three \ half per Cent, Exchequer O/dcrafj^* Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 1 1 half, Difc. Lotfe*y> Tickets 1 il. ios. 6d. I 1 I II........ , � ! Admiralty-Office, 2j May, 1743. ffcK�y�: .TaveaurMt vabo ' pxatjon'd FerfcDV beibg Coaflables ofthisi YOUR Voces and Inter defied for THOMAS N O O N E, Citizen and Barter - Surgeon, To be one of your Ale-Conners, in the room of Mr. Johji Kirk, deteasM, having been an Inhabitant in the Ward of Broad-Street near forty Yeuis, and ferv*d all Offices in the Paiiifl of St Margaret, Loth bury, in the faid Ward ; has been on the Livery thirty-three Years; tas brought up a Family oi thirteen Children 5 which, with gieat Lofles in Trade, and the Expenceof feven Tears Illnefe, has obliged him to quit his Bufineis ; and being out of a^l manner of Employ, is fo reduced in his Circumrlances, that he is obliged earneftly to requeft. your Favour as above. Note, The unkind Infirreatlon of fome Peifons, that I have an Eflate left me by a. Relation lately deceaVd, is only made to prejudice me in this �leftibn,'thetitmoft Value of it being but five Pounds a Year. The Election will be on Midfummer-Day next, and I beg the Favour of my Fnerids not to depart the Hall till die Election is over. t To the-worthy Liveryman of the City of L 0 n d 6 n. C|f n t l e m e tf, OUR Votes and Incereft are humbly defiVd for ALEX arrivM fbpAfithe^felt-I&dies, ^ri>r6ught Advice, thatf ^ommodore"Knowles had attackM thi-Port of La Guerre twice, and each time beat off on-Account of the SWeli of I fo 2r6at that he could ho t :ajpe: near enoiigfc - Forts ;:iimt on the ^hird Attempt he brought5} tilfe;they-found Bail r ?uid Yefter^jp VAo to roear^ a&, that one;x>f-them fill .'upon'^die^ ;fe6dvSides befbrt' aye^nn^i attend A N D E Citizen and R M I L L N, Jby*Jparty of me IDoor of the Room jthe i TC^rtplaiiiers^ . they, werd' fi&feiF To be one of the Ale-Conners, in the room of Mr. John Kirk, deceased ; heaving been an Iflhabitant of Trinity in the Minories forty-three Ycars^ snd fervid all 0$c� in the iaid ParA ; has been on the Livery upwards oi' tWenty Years, *ad fervM feveral Offices in the faid Company} but beirg tnow reducM by Lofles in Trade and Decay of Bufmefs 5 his Wife havipg Ibeea lame up*ards eff thirty Years, and been under the Surgeons and PhV^; �fidara Hands above fifteen Years ; by which unhappy Circumfiances he h[ d"incagiblc of fepportinghisFatnjly, diexefore humbly begsyourFavjuri' his Behalt. t. w b�gs The Eleffion will be on Midfu Fayoux of ius Fricads mt co depax
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