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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 < 0f the Empire has fent to his Imperial Majefty the Plan � of Mediation drawn up by that AfTembly, to pacify the � Troubles in Germany, and re-eftablifli good Harmony � between the Houfe ofAuftria and that of Bavaria under � the Mediation of the Empire and the Maritime Powers : , That the Articles relating to certain Ceifions, which the < Queen of Hungary is to make, and the other Claufcs of , Security and Guarranty, though of no great Impor-i tance, have neverthelefs appeared agreeable to his Ira-t perial Majefty ; that this Monarch has giVwn his Content t thereto in Writing, and promifed to make Peace upon t the Conditions propofed by the Diet, and has alfo ton- * tented to renounce, as well for hiinfeli as for his Dtfcen- < danls, certain Claims, &c^, But in the prefent Cite, < what Party will the Diet of the.Empire take, feeing the < Queen of Hungary now refutes to fubmit hcrfeif to tne � Mediation'of tne Diet, and declares in plain Terms, that � fhe will not acquicfce to the "Articles propofed m the t Plan of Mediation, but that all fhe will do in order to t procure tiie Peace of the Empire, is to evacuate tne 4 Places which fhe has taken in Bavaria, to guaranty them < to -his Imperial M;tjeity, and to take ncr own Courfe to t make good her Lofs of Silejia agamic wnomfoever fhe < mail thuiK. fit, &c. ? From thete Circumitances, which c are induiinoufly publifhed by the Partifans oi France, it's � afiured by People in this way of tninking, that if it t fjiould fo happen that the Empire fhouiu arm, it would 4 be to aft againil the Court or Vienna, and not agruntl � the Emperor, who though Chief, has fubmitted himfelf * to the Decifion of the Diet. Great Events are foon ex- * petted to arife from tne critical Situation of Aff.urs. By r the fame Advices it's affur'd, that the Infant Don Phi- * Jip marched the 13th of lait Month for Italy with an � Army of more than 40000 Men, and that the Project of � the French Miniftry for augmenting the Army with ' 8cooo Men is in a fair Way -of taking Place, and that * Marfhal Noailles has pofitive Orders to difpute the P'af-�'fage of the Allies over the Main." LONDON. The John and Mary, Capt. Hubbard, is arriv'd off Dover from Morrtferrat, and brings Letters from thence, purporting that two Englifh Privateers belonging to ht. Kitt's had taken to the Southward of La Guarre a Spanilh Caracca Ship of 400 1'ons, laden with Cocoa, Hides, and Tallow, and fome Money on board, the whole faid to be worth upwards of 1000001. and carried her to St. Kitt's. Letters by the French Mail mention, that a. Ship belonging to Dartmouth, in the Leghorn Trade, was taken by the Spaniards, and carried into St. Sebaitian's. The Katherine, Capt. Mafon, and the Loyal Judith, Capt. Cowie, both from Rotterdam, put into Cowes laft Friday, having on board 600 Palatines bound for Philadelphia. Yefterday died at Knighlfbridge, Charles Brackfton, Efq; chief Maiter Cook to his Majefty. And we hear he will be fucceeded by Mr. Claud Arnaud, third Mafter Cook, and now abroad with his Majelly. On Saturday Night died Mr. John Smith, a wealthy Drftilter; near the Horte-Ferry in Weirminfter. Yellerday three of the D^ferters of Lord Semple's Regiment, lately taken at Prelton, were brought from thence under a ltrong Guard to the Savoy. On Sunday Night feveral Gentlemen on Horfeback were robb'd on Cambridge-Heath, by two Highwaymen well mounted. The Jamaica Rums which were landed in a Warehoufe iri Wigan's Key Gateway, according to the late Act of Parliament, and reinain'd unfold on_ Friday laft, will be fold this D iy, the 21 ft inllant. The Warehoufe will be open'd nt Eghx in the Morning, the Price will be 7s 6d. a,GaJion, and . the Over-Proof ro be paid for as charg'd at the Cuftofn-Houfe, the Advantage of which will accrue to the Buyer, and no-Perfon to have a lefs Quantity than ten (jafion-s. "Such uncommon Succefs attended MeiT. Lowe and Btrry in fproier Lotteries, that it has occafion'd their renewing their Partnerfhip ; and they arc determin'd to fell Tickets, Chances, and Shares, at the lowelr Price, and to divide tbe Tickets, into Halves, Fourths, Eighths, and Sixteenths, that Purchafers may extend their Chance in as'many different Tickets as they pleafe ; and all other Bufinefs relating to the Lottery will be tranfa&ed in the moft regular Manner, at their Old Office in Stationers-Alley, near Ludgate-Street, being fituate free from the Hurry and Noife that fome Parts of the Town are incommoded with*'- Briftol, June \ 8. Lall Sunday the Spanifh Prifbners were-- convey'd from Knowle, to Wappihg, lindef a ftrong Guard of Soldiers, link'd together, and fent down in a Sloop, in order to be put on board the Mahone Man of War, who, with her Prize, are order'd round to Plymouth. Laft Monday Orders came down from the Lords of the Regency for the mooting to Death one of the private Cen-tineis, mention'd in our former, on Monday Fortnight; but we hear the other's Sentence is refpited._ High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 2.5 Minutes after 10 in the Morning, and 54 after 10 at Night._. Yefterday Bank Stock was 148 1 4th. India itotk 194 a 195. South-Sea Stock 115. Ditto Old Annuities 115 1 4th a 1 8th. Ditto New, no Price. Three per Ccet. Annuities 104 5 Sths. Ditto 1742, 104 5 Sths. Ditto 1743. 101 1 4th a 1 8th. Million Bank 1181 half. Equ;-valtnt in. Royal AfTursncc 83. London Afiurance 11 7 8ths. Mine Adventure Shares, no Price. Englifh Copper 4I. 10s. Welfh ditto, no Price. African, no Price. Scv n psr Cent Empcror'j Loin 120. Five per Cent, ditto 78 1 half. Bank Circulation 5I. ios. Prem. India Bonds 4I. 7s. a 8s. Prem. Three i half Salt Tallies 3, Prem. Three 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 1 4th, Difc. Lottery-Tickets ul. 14s. STATE LOTTERY TICKETS 1743,^ bought nd fold by THOMAS COX, under tbe Roja/ Exchange, Who has kept an Office above twenty Years, Where every kind of Bufinefs, relating to the Lottery, is tranfa&ed with the utmoft Exactnefs and Fidelity. Chances fold, and Tickets divided into Halves, Quarters, Eighths, and Sixteenths. Tickets regifter'd, and in Time of drawing examin'd and daily infur'd from Blanks. Whatever other Method of felling Tickets or Chances fhall be praftis'd, as more acceptable to the Purehifcr, tbe fame will alio be done at the faid Office. Letters, Poft pa;d, will be duly anfwer'd. Schemes gratis, both French and Englifh. Admiralty-Office, June 20, 1743. TH E Company of hit Majefty's Ship the Chatham being order d to be forthwith paid a confiderable Part of the Wages due to them at the Nore, and the Ship being on the Point of. proceeding to Sea, it is the Direction of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, that fitch of the Men belonging to her as are abfent, ao repair immediately t.o their Duty on board, upon Pain not only of loftng the faid Payment, but of being apprehended, and tried at a Court-Martial as Defcrters. _THO. CORBET T. VICTUALLING-OFFICE, June 20, 1743. THE Commiffoners for Vi&u.alling bis Majefty s Navy give Notice, that on Wedfiefday next, the zzd infant, in the Forenoon, they will be ready to treat for Grots for the Service of his Majefty s Navy._' WILLIMOTT, Mayor. BARNARD Locum tenens. A Common-Council holden in the Chamber of the Guildhall of the City of London, on Thuifday the 16th Day of June, 1743, and in the Seventeenth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second, King of Great Britain, &c. IT is agreed and order d by this Court, that if any Perfon nvho bath been nominated to be ~Sheriff of this City and County of Middle ft x, in Purjuance of an A3 of Common-Council madtthe zzd of Oclober, 17o3, fhall, on or before Thurfday the Z%d infant, at Six 0 Clock in the Evening, pay into the Chamber, for the Ufe of this City, the Sum of Four Hundred Pounds, purfttant to the faid Ac7, and alfo 'Tvuenty Marks more towards the Maintenance of the Minifters of the feveral Prifons of this City, according to another Aft of Common-Council made the %d of December, 1656, and the iifual Fees, every fuch Perfon Jball be exempted from being eligible to the faid Office of Sheriff of this City and County of MiddhCex for ever hereafter, wilefs fuch Perfon fball at any Tims take upon him the Office of an Alderman of this City, jhen, and in fuch Cafe, he fhall be liable to be eletled into the faid Office of Sheriff, as if this Order had never been made. ____M_A N^_ Enft-India-Houfe, May 27, 1743. J ' I v H E Court of Direclors of the United Company of 1 \_ Merchants of England tr :uing to the Eaft-lndies, do '. hereby give Notice, that a Quarterly General Court of the , faid Company vjill he holden at their Houfe in Leadenhall-. Street, on IVcdnefday the zzdofjune next, uponfpecialAffairs. \ That their Transfer-Books will be Jhut up on Thurfday \ the -z^d of the faid June', at Two o1'Clock; and be open d again on Thurfday the 21ft of July next. And that the Dividend-Warrants, due at Midfummer next, will be ready to be deliver d out on Friday the zgtb of the faid July._ Weftminfter-Bridge-Office, June 20, 1743. HE Commiffioners for buUding Weftminfter-Bridge, X. are defird to meet at their\Ojfce, near Old Palace-Tard, on Wednefday next, the zzd in ft ant, at Ten 6'Clock in the Forenoon precifely, upon fpecial Affairs. __JOS^A Y L O F F E. PHpHE Truftees appointed to put in Execution J JL an Act of Parliament ro enable the Parifhioners of the Parifti of St. Botolph without 'Aldgate, in the City of Lorxlon and County of Mid-dlcfcx, to rebuild the Church of the far *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<:r en L .sdnn-Bi:Jg 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?vi ir :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 < Ki;k;. deceas'd ; he having been a Lveryman upwards of twenty Years, and , a Houfe-Keeper in the Waid of Alderfgate he has had great Loffes iri j Trade, and a Wife and four ChiWicn unprovided for, and lately burnt out ' of his Houfe. Note, The Election will be on Midfummer-Day next, and your Petitioner humbly begs the F-vour of hk Friends nu to leave the Hall rill the Election THE Brethren of the- Anr;ent and Honourable Order of GRBGOR EAN S, bclop.gine to the Ship arw Pilof Chapter,- arc dofir'd to attend the Chapter this Evening, at Seven o'clock^ to elect a Vice-Grand for the remaining part of this Year. , . ,| THE Brethren of the nghc WVrr':y and Amicable Order of UB1QU A R T A N S. are defir'd to meet thel Dictator and Senate, at the King's Head on Tower-Hill, on Friday thef 24-th infrant, it Half an'Hour after Nine in the Morning, to rfrsceed frorri thence by Water to Dtptfcrd. _ RANELAGH-G A~& D E N THIS Evening Mr. PARRY will perform a- Piece err the Harp. C U P E R ' s G A R W E N S. TH IS to acquaint Gentlt-men and Ladies, th^t th;s Night will be burnt the Gorgon's Head, or more properj/ the Head of Medu'a, in Hiftoty Gid ;o have Snakes on her' Head inftcid of Hair, ^nd to kill Men by her Looks, fuch a thing as v^as sever kacwff -J tn be done in England before. __ Note, There will be a Scaffold erefkd at one End of the Canal entirely for that Purpofe. Gentleman of the Name of TEUCJHER, _ _ fuppos'd to have liv'd fome time in Scotland ; if he is fliB in Beingy .nd will fend a Letter to A. B at Batfon's. Corfec-Houfc in Cornhiil, con-, taining his Chrifti.in Name, Place 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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