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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 29, 1943, London, Middlesex 3**3v WE D NES DA Y, Jjii e 29, SB*" '743- �? " to *>c at Mrs. Terry's, tbe Packborft on Tianbtm-Grccn, aid not at tbi Black Horfe, itibicb was an Error of the Prtji._ _ Yefterday Bank Stock was 147 1 4th a 146 1 half. India S�Qck, no Price. South-Sea Stock 114. Ditto Old Annuities 113 7 Sths a 3 4ths. Ditto New, nb Price. Three per Cent. Annuities 102 r half. Ditto. 1742, 102 1 .half. Ditto .1743, 99 3 8ths a . 1. half: a 99. Million Bank u 8 3 4ths. Equivalent 1 i 1. Royal Aifurance 83. London Aifiwanee 11 7 8chs. Mj�? Adventure Share^ no Price. Engliih Copper 4]. id* Seteo'.pe* Cent. EmperOr'i Xoan 119 3 4&S. Five per^Cent/died 78 1 half. Bapk Circulation 51. 10s. Prem. India Bonds 4I. 10s. a> js. a?st Prem. Three j half Salt Tallies 3, Prem. 'Tbtee 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, JPrem." Three pei Cent, ditto 1 4tl� Dhc. Lottery-Tickets 1 rl. 10a. 6d. a 93. 6d. " �bfs Day is putfyfrd, ~~ With his Majefty's Royal Privilege and L?cen�*i No. LXXHI. (A'jo every Saturday it pabltjb'd four Sti-.ts f�r 6 d. and as near as eon be computed the vjbtlt IVcri, vix, bzth the Hijisry of the Old and jVw Teftamau will be included in. a tHnutrtd Numbers J of � ANew HISTORY of the HOLY BIBLE-, with large Explanatory Notes, Sec. By THOMAS STACKHOUSE, A. U. y-.car of Bcentcm, Berks, Mr. St a cr hops e'j Hiftory of the New reftament being the latter be puh&p?d Weekly, at f..:r Sheets for 6d and tie Cuts rivengratis. No*-. 1TU;-Bi1cjy of the New Tcitmitrnt will bs included ut �iout twenty-five dumber*, which completes rhe whole Work. Printed for S. Auftcn, rcmov'd from St. Paul's Church-Yard, to Newgate-Street ; and fold by the Bookl'eOers at the two L'hi'rerlitiss M" Oxford and Cambridge ; alio by the Printers and Bookfeilers in all the Cities aad ffOted-Towns in Great Britain and Ireland. Cuftom-Houfe, London, June t'j, 1743^ BT Order of the Honourable the CommiJJioners of hit Majejlys Cujloms, l^c. ori Thurfdav the $Qth of Junet and Friday the \fi of July, at Three o' Clock in the Afternoons of the fame Days, ivill he put up to Sale, in" the Lang Roopf in the Cuftom-Houfe, London, _ Several Parcels of Bohea and Green Tea, Coffee revw and roofed, Brandy, Rum, Geneva, Arrack, Cordial Waters, Spruce-Beer, and Tobacco-AJhes, clear of all Duties. To be feen at the Kings Warehoufe on Monday tbe 2tflht and Tuefday the z ith of June, from Eight to Twelve in the Forenoons, and from Three to Five in the Afternoons., and in the Mornings before the Sale ; tuhere Catalogues vnill he deliver d. ^__' Excife-Office, Old Jewry, June 28, 1743. THIS is . to give Notice, that on Friday mtt, the lft of July, of the George in Little Moot fields, near Moorgate, at Three o1'Clock in the Afternoon, voill be ferenp-torily fold to the heft Bidder, a Gelding and a Mare, vjitb tbe Bridles and Saddles, vjhich tvere duly condemned at the faid Office for carrying Run Tea, and may be feen at the afprefaid Place at any Time till the Sale. B E T H N A L - G RE E N. / . TH E Truftees appointed ro put in Execution an Aft of Parliament to make the Hamlet of Bethritl-Green, in rhe Pariih of St. Dunilan, Stepney, in the County of Middkfer, a feparate and dilHncl Parifh, and for er��Ving a Parifh Church-"thertrnjf &c. pK NbtJce, that they will meet at the Town Houfe in St. John-Streft in the faid Hamlet, on Friday-next, the ift of July, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon, on Bufinefs relating to the Truft. _ A. Bolton, Clerk. Publiflfd with Confent of his Majefty s Printers. WHEREAS by an Ad of Parliament, made in the Seventh Year of die Reign of his late Majefty King Ge;rpe, intitled an Aft to prefeive and encourage the Woollen and Sil.'-c Manufactures of this Kingdom, and fur more errV-tfual employing the Poor, by prohibiting theUic andV^e.\r ot'al! printed, painted, ftain'd, or dy'i Callicoes, in Apparel, Hou/hold-Stuff, or otlienvif.:, after the z;th of December, 172:, (except as therein is excepted) It is (among ether Thing?) enacted, that no Perfon fhall ufe or wear in Great Britain, in ?.ny Garment or Appaicl what-foever, any printed, painted, ftain'd, or dy'd Callico, under the Penalty of forfeiting to the Informer the Sum of Five Pounds, and to be levied and payable asthcreby directed ; and that if any Mercer, Draper, Upholder, or any other Perfon or Perfons, mould fell, utter, or expofe to Sale, any printed, painted, ftain'd, -or dy'd Callico 5 or any Bed, Chair, Culhion, Window-Curtain, or other Houlhold Stuff or Fumiture�whatfoever, made up or mixed with fuch Callico, unlets far Exportation thereof, and unlefs the fame ihall be cleared outward, accordingly as is ufual in Cafe of Sale for Exportation j he or they fhould for every fuch Offence, forfeit and pay the Sum of, twenty Pounds, to be recover'd as thereby directed: And that no Perfcn'or Perfons, fliould ufe or wear in Great Britain, in or about any Bed, Chair, Cufhion, Window-Curtain, or any other fort o/HoufhoId Stun or Furniture, any fuch Callicos, upon the Forfeiture of the Sum of twenty Pounds, to tie recover'd as is thereby alfo 'directed'. And whereas many Perfons, under a pretended Ignorance of the faid Act of Parliament, have, fince the Commencement thereof, and now do ufe or wear in their Gannerlts or Apparel, Callico, under the Defcriptions therein mentioned, otherwife than as'is thereby directed j and under Colour thereof have not been profeeutcd for Recovery of the Penalties thereby incurred, and by fuch.Means the g6od Intents of the faid Act have not been anlwer'd ; for Remedy whereof, and that no Perfon may hereafter plead Ignorance of th'� Premifes, this ! publifbed : And publick Notice is heiebj alio given, that the faid Adt of Par Baroent will be ftrictly put in Execution againft die Offenders thereof, b the Cotton Manufacturers in Lancashire. Nate) The Penalties in this Act are, for wearing them in Apparel, Fiv Pounds. For ufing or wearing them in 4ny Houfhold Stuff or Furnttur whatsoever, Twenty Pounds. For felling or expoQng to Sale, Tweat Pound!. ~~__ 4t PHILLIPS'! NEW WELLS Near tbe London-Spavj, Clerkennaell, TH IS Evening, and during the Summe Seafcn, will be perform'd feveral. new Exerdfes, by a Compn of HungariaBJ; particularly SAMPSON ROGViTZI jumps over tvyy. Mens Holds. Alfo the celebrated MademoifiUe KERMAN, who perfcrn theEjcercife of the .Flags on the.iiiff Rope. With extraordinary Pcrfo mance* en fhe Ladder by Mon�>S>ERMAN. Lilcev/ife the eelebra-C/ESAR POLAMBIO, who performs a new Exercife founded on thePT: ciples of the Mathematicks; with feveral Entertainments of Singing � Dancing, particularly the Drunken Peafant by Mr. Phillips. By particular Defire will be added, Tbe HARLOT's PROGRESS. The Character of Harlequm by Mr..Phillips; Mifs Kitty, Mrs. Beau Mordecai, Mr. Shawford. Concluding with a Grand Entertainment of Singing and Dancing-cs51*d .: JUPITER; and A L C M E N By Mr. Johnfon, Mrs.. Jacldbn, Madem. Lebrune, Mr. Sfiawiord, ^a' Kermafl, and Mrs. Morris. To begin every Evening at Five o'Clock. ,�v:ry one wili admittei for a Pine of Wiiie, 23 ufdSU
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