Daily Advertiser, June 21, 1743

Daily Advertiser

June 21, 1743

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Issue date: Friday, June 21, 1743

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Years available: 1743 - 1848

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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 21, 1943, London, Middlesex e Daily TtJESDAf, June 2f, 1743. Deal. June 19. HIS Morning fail'd his Majefty's Ship the Greyhound to the Weil-tVard. Remain, the Shrewfbary I Man ctf War, the Terror and Grail nada Bombs, and the Dutch Ship * for Eaft India ; the Matilda, Wilds, ! for Gibraltar ; the Eagle, Young, for Dublin. Came down, the Dol- , ------ phin Man of War ; the Britannia, Moneux, for St. Kitt's; the Italian Merciiant, Ferryman, for Genoa ; the Sufannna, Bradfhaw, for Oporto. Wind W. An Ext r ad of a Letter from the Hagv e, dated June zi. ~� ^The Minilters of France and Spain here have receiv'd � private Advices, which agree in faying, That the Diet *T>!>4' a ih-d If'are-Mato'� To be one of the Ale-Conners cf th;s City, ;n th--- Rrom or Mr. Johri Kirk, deccas'd ; he having b*en 1 Liveiynun upw.s-.is of cWy-five Yews; and a J-Iouij?-Kecj V-.-'rs; fcrv-.J nil i-.wi'tt and Ward Cfficas, and rr.oft Offices in hi- Oofluar.; ; but b'.-ing very -Mich redue'd by LoiTe; brth in rbrcijn and !i>me!lii: Tia^e. ind !i?viir :n hiv, Bch.lf. Note, the E.e&ivn wilFbe rn Mid jirmcr-D'-y i>�t, humbly begs the Favour of his Fiicr.'is sot to Uave Elc^ion is over. nd vjur.Petitioner1 'he f iail tiii the (is-j of L o soon, To the wo'thy Liverymtp vj Gentlemen. YOUR Votes and Ino.'re(l are humbly defir'3 for ALEXANDER MILL N, C tiz 1 a>:d IVeatitr, To he one of the Ale-Conners, in the room o; Mr. John Kiik, deceas'd } he having been an Inhabitant of Trinity in the Minore- forty-tlurce Yews, and ferv'd all Office in die faid l'.-r;� h ; has bct-n on the Li\try 1,"-Yards of twenty Years, and ferv'd leveral Others in -.In- f.Jd Crmpany ; Lni" c;r.5 now redue'd by Loffes in Tr-de 2nd Drcay of Bulincl;. ; his Wife h ving been lame upwards of thirty Years, and beer, under the Surgeons and i'hy-ficans Hands above fifteen Years ; by which unhai-py Circumftances he is re'nder'd incapable of fujiporting his f an.riy, therefore humbly begs yuur Favcuri in his Behalf. Note, The EfecYon will be on MiJfummer-Diy, and your Petitioner begs the Favrjar of his Friends nr.t fu d--cjrt the hall till th*: Election is over:. To the worthy Ltverymcn of the City of london. Gentlemen, YOUR Votes and Intereft are humbly defir'd for THOMAS NOON E, Citiztit and R.irAer - Sur^eiti, To be one of your Ale Conners, in the ; -om of Mr. John Kirk, deceas'dj having been an Inhabitant in the Ward i,i Broad-Street near forty Years, and* ferv'd all his Ward and Paiifn Oftkfs ; has be-n on the Livery thirty-thi-efe Years} his brought up a Fimhy ot thin^-err Children ; which, with great Lofies in Tr;de, and the F.xpenitr of feven Years lllntfs, has obliged him v) quit his Bufinels ; an i being out of ill manner of Employ, is fo reduced in hia Circumftances, that he is oblisred earn-.fliy 'o requeft your Favour as above. Nr-rc, The unkind Infinuatitm ol ii �me Per funs, rhjt I have an Elratc left me by a Relation lat;ly deceas'd, is cnly made to prejudice me in thii Election, the utmolt " ^iue .--f it being but five Pounds a Year. The Election wi!' Ve oh Midfummer-Day n-.-.tt, and I beg the Faveur cf my Friends not to depait the Hail t;!1 the �lcclion is om._ . To the Worthy Liverymen Y Gentlemen, OUR Votes, needful) are defir'd for f H O M A S of the City of Intereft, and London. Poll, (if E N I S H, D E V and C�/ir', To be one of the Ale-Conners of this City, in the rocm of Mr. John Kirfc,-deccas'd, he having b??n a Houfe-Kcopir vpv�aids of thirty Years, and ferv'd moft of h:s Parifh Offices, nnd on the Liverv above twenty Years, but ii rceluced to law Circumftances, and ue^ards of fitf y Years of Age. Ti the worthy Liierymen cf the City of Lo n do d. Gentlemen, YOUR Voces Inrercft, and Poll, (if needful) are humbly defu'd for JOHN POWELL, Cit'xtn ar.d Irsiwiingtr, To be one of the Ale-Conners of this City, in the room ef Mr. John K'rfif/ . deceas'd ; he having liv'd twenty Years in the Parifh of St. Yedai>, Fo(ter-Lane, in Cheapftde, a Hofier, ferv'd all Parifh and .Ward Offices, and beeri a Liveryman of his Company fevcr?l Years; but by gieat Lofles in Trade i* reduced, and has not a Support for hiiifelf and his Family. Note, The Election will be on Midiammer-D'y, and vour Petirjorrer beg$ the Favour of his Friends hot to leave the Hall till the Election is over. To the Worthy Liverymen of the City of L o (f B o n, G E N T L ! A .E n, YO I) R Votes nnd Intereft are humbly defir'd for (your former Petitioner) WILLIAM W H A L E "Y, Citix'n and Err.hroidtfsr, To be one of the Ale-Conners of this City, in the K*>m of Mr. Johri f Ab<-de, and prefent Occupation, ,w;Jl hear of fomcthing greatly to his Advantage. Note, If any one �tl giVe an Aco^un: whe^g he is, or whether he Dlf living or dead, vhey fhaii be gratefully reward�d by applyinj as aia�e. A ;

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