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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 31, 1943, London, Middlesex \ TUE S D A Y, May 31 '743 Af*y 29 fe down: tl for Maryland, and remains; with his Majefty's Ship the Augufta; and the-Tender ; tiie Swedtfh Ship, from Eail India, and the outward bound Ships ai per laft. Wind South-Weit. Extras of a Letter from Hagje, dated May 31. * 1 1* try; the ton tore mdderate � Manner of Speaking, infomuch that it*s expefted he will * foon declare that the King his Matter can by nc Means *-r&ent or be difla tisfied vv-ith the Refoldtion of their *" High Mightineffes, who have done nothing more than 4 executed the Engagements they were under; and that his * Majefty has the lefs Reafon to be difcontented at this * Refolution, as he is fully perfuaded that tb'efe iVoogs * will not march farther than the Frontiers of th* RepQp-! � lick. In the fame Manner, after having fo much 'fill-. * minated againft the firft Augmentation, he had Orders * prefently after kY being refoJved on to approve of it. * Letters from London inform us too, that M. JBoffi rery * far from thinking of fetting out for Paris, lately received * an Exprefs from'thence, and was a considerable Time in * Conference upon the Difpntches thereof with one of the V Minifters of State, who made Report thereof to the * Council of Regency. It's afiur'd that he has made * Propofuions on the Fart of the Emperor, for regulating * the Preliminaries between that Prince and her Majefty. * - of Hungary* The Council caufed it to be told him, that * an Exp re is ihould immediately be difpitclied with thefe ? Propoiitions to, Hanover, and that as foon as poffible, * -after it's Return from thence, an Anfwer ihould be given * him. On this Anfwer will probably depend the Con- * tinuation of the War* or the Concluiion of a Sufpeniion * of Arms, �� Council an Army of 40000 upon the, Maes without bur- * thffning the provinces, the-^xpences of this extraordi-nary Affair being propofed to be borne by People in eafy ' Circumftances, who are poffefs'd at ledftof an Income of * 5000 Livres per Annum. . Poverty extremely prevaHsin * the Provinces ; there is exceffive Murmuring in Paris, and * in the other great Cities, and Money is every where 4 very fcarce. Counterfeit Ducats are made in large 5Quantities of our own Specie, and are fent in Barrels 4 into Germany, from whence, bad as they are, they never * return, and little or no Money is now received here from 4 ~Spafn9 io that Thfnjjp here tend iirongly towards Mifery.* LONDON. 1 The Calmar, Capt. Boham, a Swediih Indiaraan, arrived laft-'Saturday in the Downs from China; in which came Exprefs to- the Lords of the Admiralty Lieutenant Saunders, of his Majeily's Ship the Gloucefler, one of Commodore Anfon's, Squadron, and brings Advice, that the Commodore arrived in the Centurion the 28th of December laft at Canton in China, from the South Seas, the Gloucefler Man of War being burnt by Accident at Sea a few Days before, and the other Ship was funk, the Riches being firft taken out, for want of Hands, the Commodore having then en board 280 Men, all in good Health, and intended to fail for England with the firft Fleet that departed for Europe, there being then there the following Ships, viz. the Prin-cefs Mary, Capt.-George Martin, the Onflow, Capt. John Bakhen, the Augufta, the Hon. Capt. A. Townftiend, and the Defence, Capt. Thomas Coates. The Calmar touched at "the Cape, where Capt. Boham was informed, that the Porto Bello, Capt. Fifher, from Bombay, the Benjamin, Capt. Benjamin Wey, from Mocha and Bombay, the Tygris, Capt. John Petre, from Coaft and Bay, and the'Neptune, Capt. Francis d'Abbadic, from Bencoolen, were all failed from thence in their homeward-bound Paflage to St. Helena. ^Some Letters by this Ship mention, that Capt. George Martin died the 5th of "January laft, and one oi the that Capt. Bakhen was dead. Capt. William Nairne went out from Sweden Commander of the Calmar, but died in his Voyage home; he was formerly cmploy'd in the India-Company's Service here. They write from St. Kit's of the *oth of April, that Commodore Knowles was put into Curafao, having kid Ships much fliatter'd before La Guerre, without doing any confiderable Damage to that Town ; but it was believ'd he would renew, the Attack zs foon as Jus Ships were refitted. They write from Oftend, by way of Dover, that they had inft receivM an Accnunt that Rraunau was taken on We hear the Slight Hon. the Lord Edgecumb wijl be appointed Treafurer of the Navy, in trie room ol Sir Charles Wager, deteas'cL. ..... . . feft N-ght the Corps of the late Sir" Charles Wager was privately interr'd in the North Ifle of. Weftminfter-Abbey ,The General Court which As appointed by the Court of Directors for the Z2d of June, at the EaO. India-Houfe, is, we hear, to lay the State of the Company's AfKwrs dc'oij the Proprietors, and to giVe them'Notice that they w.ii is at prefent only Seven. On Sanday Night laft Thomas Bark, for ftee.lmg a Parcel of Glafs Wares,. and Anne Boon for receiving the fune knowing them to be ftolen, werfe committed to New-Pnfon by Col. De Veil. Sittings in London and Middlefcx before the Right Hon1. Sir William Lee, Kiit. Lord Chief Juftice of his Majefty's Court of King'* Bench at Weftmmikr, in and after Trinity-Term; 1743. Middlefex. Tdefiiay J TuefHay Monday 7> So. After Term, j London. Friday June 10, ThurfUay 16, Tuefday . 21. After Term, Friday J 24 * They write from Paris, that a Scheme has been pro- IChai At the:Jfrandy~Warehoufes on I Sale ther^beft Jamaica Rum, at 7s. 9d. the bt-ft Conine Brandy, 'at 5 s. :and Batavia Arrackj at 15 s. a Gallon. At the faid Warehouses are nowalfo on Sale confiderable Quantities of Foreign Brandy and Rum Orange-Shrub, an 8 5. a Gallon } Which Shrub, when made into Punch, is equal, if not fuperior, to any Punch frefh made. . . . Canterbury, May 28, The Rev. Mr. Edmund Parker is pfefented by James Brockman, Ety to the Rettery oi Cheriton, near Dover, in the room of Mr. Bilton, deceas'd. On Wbdnefuay laft, abodt Ten o'CIock in the Morning, came on,at Rye the Trial of John Breads, for the barbarous Murder of Mr. Grebele, of that Piaee, which Uled till Ten o'Clock at Night, when he was cpiivifted and received Sentence of Death; and 'tis thought he will be hang'd in ! 1 i ns. On Tuefday laft at a Court-Martial at the Guildhall, two private Centmelsof Lieutenant-Genersl Barrell's Regiment, quarta-'d in this City, ~ were fentenced %0 be fhot for Defertion, �'' Woods, who was to have been executed on Friday the 13th inftant, but obtainM a Reprieve for three Weeks, is jaow ord^r'd for Execution on Mpnclay Se'nnight: ' High Water at Londojj-Bridge th;s D-iy at 34 Minut.fi after 4 mthe Morning, and 50 after 4 in the Afternoon. India Suck 195 1 half. Ditto Ditto Yefterday Bank Stock was 148. ;Soath-Sea. Stock, 115. Ditto Old Annates 115. New 115 r half. 'Three per Cent. Aanu:t'e< 1G4. Ditto 1743, 103 3 8ths a 1 half. Mil! on Koy?.l AiTurancc 81 3 4ths. Mine Adventure Snares, no 1742, 104. BkiJk 117- Equivalent 111 London AfTurance 11 ? 8ths Price. Weiih ditto, no Price. Eng!i(h Copper 4I. 10s. African, no Price. Seven per Cent Emperor's Lo;n ^9. Five per Cent, ditto 78 a 77 1 half. B.mk Circulation 51. Prem. India Bonds 4I. r7s. a 14s. Prem.Tiircc 1 bail Three 1 half per Cent. 5s- Salt TaUie$ Exchequer Orders 5, Prem; Difc. Lottery- r7s. 1 4th, Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 1 1 4th, Weflminltcr-Bridgc-OfRce, 30 M*y, 1743 wimijfioners ft CT^HE Comn Bridge are defird to meet at their Offi Tard, on Wednefday next, the \Ji ofjtm the Forenoon precifely, upon fpecial Jffav JOI. J Clerk. the Bridge- Honte CT*ti E Cotnmiite Lands do hereby give Notice, that they intend to lett by fewral Leafes, for rwenty-one Tears, the following Lots, . Lords,- Cvmpiffiovt* s o; . o* //V; 7/; at* ar^ pleased; to direEl, that all fuch difohlcd or Seamen ~vho ha-ve been minuted to be rec?irv1d ir.to the Royal Hafp'ital at Greemvicb, dj mak$ tleir s!-u,ea.�� ance at this Offce on Wednefday the \ji of next Month, at cIen 0*01x1: :x the Morning, ' Tl.o. Corbett. RoynlHofpital forSenmen at Greenwich, 25 May, 174 \ D. r.>t : J" v f :Ci Ltl\. for Seamen at Greenwich hcrebv give botice, that (u-:h Pf fans as are will;>ig to chut: .:SI for /:; -I'izg tie fuld Hofpital witS Butter ar:d Cherfe for one T>~ary ?::ay deliver their Propofals; fcalcd up, to tic DireSiors, at $ alters Hall, on Wednefday :t!:? xcth of Ju:e vcxt, at Eleven in t!,e Forenoon ; r.ud i/: the :vcan time, fa ap't lyn;g to t!;s Steward of the faid Hjfvital at Gree'-; v:ich, t'rei may be Irr-rrid rf 11>? hature of lie Service, and rf a 11 other Part;:.dcres relating thereto. cj^H E Cow* of Di>e-lcr$ of the (J/:it-n Cctn: av? cf Merchants of England trading to the Eajl- LiSies, do hereby give Notice^ that a ^arte> ly General C&:> t of the faid Cctpany will be balden at their Hiufe in Lea^-nhall-Streety on h ednefday the Zld of Jure next, upon fpecial Affairs. Thai their Transfer Books will be jqut up on ThurfJ^-, j op:;, d the z^d of the faid fune, at. Two o1 Clock > au'2 be again on Thurfday the 2 \ft of July next. . . t And that the Dividend, Warrants, due sit Midfun^mcr next, will be ready to be deliver d out on Friday the 2C/ti> of the faid July. * To the worthy Liienman 'of tee Ci'y of L b N d o N. Gentlemen, VOUR V nri Intereit are humbly R - M I L L N, Jt iSci for ALIiXANDE C tidier. cr.d To be one of the A!?-Oir.nen\, n tb? rnnm n* [A:, f.^hn Kirk", deceased ; he having betn an lnhab;tan: of Ti ;*�ty in the Wirwrcs frvcy-rhrce Vears, ar.H (erv'd all OfTice^ in thr i^iJ P^ri'.i ; hi; hj^n on tl.j LU'tiy upwards oi' twenty Years, ard fcrvM fe\cjai 'Or.u -s H the i.;r.l Company; but being now redue'd by Lofles in Tr.dc snu I):c?y c!1 D-unsfs ; his V/fe having b?en lame upwards of ih:rty Yrzvs, ;i:id brrr u:;Vr the S'ii-cco;is j,n�l Hhy^*-ficans Flancs above fit* ecu Vf.us ; by wh*�,l; unh.aipy (."in-. rr�(V.xncj-s lift is render*d incapable tf fupporting his Fji/aly, t/urefoie humbly bc^ our Favours in hh Bchuii. Note, The EJeJVon wiiJ be on Mi^fummer-D'y, and your Pethiooet be^s the Fuvcur of hi? Frk-nd< rr.r to dj^t the Mali t:Jl the Election is over. To the Wot thy Lvv.iyvun of the Citj of Lo n DO �. Gentlemen, YC U R Vo:es Incercrt, and Poll, (if ':;ie^'fi'll are ce.";rM tor WILLIAM S T I M S O N, Cit'itzn end Cbn'rt (ly TiaJe a Bnivcr) To be one of the AIs-G^ners of ihis C y, in ihc m^m of Mr. John Kirk, rieceas*d. He Iiatii been a Hrufc-IL.jpcr hi the Panffi of St. u ;de upward:-of thirty Year-, a LiveiyiiiJii n-.-u'twenty \*e.i-s, has ferv'ii P mn if ibe City of Lb n Dd it. (Gentlemen, YOUR Voirs, Tnrcreft, and Poll, (if nccdrui) arc humbly dwHr*d for O H N P O W " Citiz-n and Irenm'hgei-, To be one of the Ale-Cor.ners of this City, in the room cf Mr, J >hn forJi, decrasVi j he having Iiv'd twenty .Yean in the pjiiih of St. Ve^ail, Folter- Line, in Che3pfide, a Hofiei, icrv'd ali i^sri;h ?na Vv'ar^ Cilices, and been a Liveryman of his Company feveral Yetrs j but by g.-e:\r Lofll-s in Trade reduced, ?nd has not a Support f.-r Hi.iifclr a;id his Family. Note, The EleGion wiii be on M:dJum:>-.er-P.*y, and yenr Petftioner bep the Favours of his Friends not to lesve the HaJl tiJi the Ejection is over. To the worthy Livtryrr.cn of G e n t l e m � n, _ # the City of London. O U K Vores and Imerefl: �re humbly defir'd for T H O MAS N O O N E, Citix*n and Birb.r - Sutve p. To be one of vcu* Ale -Corners, hi the room cf Mr. Jjhn Ki-Ic, ^ceas*df having.ber-n an Inlwlujntin the \Vard of Bioad-Strcef nc�ir ::rtyVens, ahd ferv'd ail his Wr.rd :.nd Paiiift <)6k(.s j ha* been oh the Livrry thiny-thrw Circ.iT.ftjnccs, ir.it he is obJigeJ cairu-ft-y to requeir your Favour ns above. Note, The unkind Ini-n-iation of fome Pi rfons, Out 1 have an �/tato left mo by a Rclatr-'i htcfy c'ecea.-iM, j\- oi'.h' made to prejudice rne in this Elec~;ii.'n, the uin-.ui* Vaiuc of it being but five Pound? a Year. Ti}c E'j-xucn will be cn Mi.-'urnnner-Djy n^xt, and I beg the Favour o my Friends net to depart -the Hhll till the Eiccliun is ovtr, To the Worthy Li
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