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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 1, 1743, London, Middlesex                                I'M rfi � R i ft ' r iY tT  I,     I743. Dial, JtfoHty. hip �fic,p|ftii^i i^f^fjafe, .^wtef, 3oriJviteica; 'ArsM-Tfionus and Jc&h^Ietc^ *om        the Men of War, iind the ' JVSWpsibr {Jibndtar.W�id&t#S; flant, $%hthoIm, 6omJ%brwity.    ' t O^N 0 O N.    - r;    "''^ fae art tfured by pr^ate ^tter . that cifpWri&ns ire^ Wkhig byhisMajefljrf[ifFte&y tfie VWott^ren^,*1 anAtheWois � Acooafk^W^ - pefled.   " " Yefterday fedr       Highnefltathe Prince and P/incefs' ofW�fa.^'oitf^iQiif^||MJ^' jforfi>ine time."'.     r Yefterday being the l%appbinted for the bailiff of theT jJofougiTof Southw^ toJ�ate4is Ikclaration, he aqcb d-injly met, it St; Wte&irffll, ibetween 11 land' Vildf � the Clock in tht �getg^ thai the Rubber ! of ^^.a|^:^|^.^>^|i(^,        . - Mr. Ho^e V.      79* ,   . But that after a Settling. 4% Had, the Number of Le�aT, s Pollers were, " ' " 'For Mr. Home i. Mr. Hamftidbd.' eetfl #e/�ari& Id iat nrije. t Item, c'St JUrW .agreed ifijt.fevi |jrtn L any Pet Jbwrofi , ClocV ' the r$lr.1$baiiab .Jones; of London, .all my .Land: �08 in StaffJriKhire-; I isXiifaObktiab Janet} �*r. belonging tor me after idow 'of, my >iaie Bn-ihei Wi oitlerof;^pd m a n^nd 732 691 Ay MajorityforMr,lTuiin5 Whereupon Mr. Hunre was declared duly defied.    . They write from Oxford, dnfcrhe Rev, Mr. }U*a-Free, M.A.Ledqrer of St.James\ y the' faid Dean and Chapter to the Vicarage of Br;bk&idj :ia the room of the faid Mr. Jenkin. And Mr. 'Viliavine is, by the faid Dean and Chapter, prefented to the Vicarage of Prefton by Winghamj in the robin of the Re?, Mr. Hppton V^illiains, who h^i^accemtd' the Livingpif^Eeoflmrft nearJ^aidftone. '"" Laft Night, aboofe 6 o'CTock died of a Fe�r� Hoofe;in Effex*ftreet, Mr. Serjeant Eettleby* Spn*inXsiir to Abel Kettieby, of the lnner-^emple, �Jx|f ^wjho^^istu^. his'Kame, by AA' of Parliament, tai^eby^eftlii^ Marriage. '. .  '-' '.  -On Wednefday died, at hk. (^antry-^pnfe at jfec]^. ' weli near Hackney. Mr. Sjtejbple, B^aftet ibfthe: Fountain Aiehoafe in Chcajljic. He�:r^ko^�iuve iiedbwori^ wherebf weie Cjapn^r cony^ed, viz. John Head, for- itealing two Heifers; and Richard Warwick, for a^ Street Robbery. Eleven wete call for Tranlportadon, and Twelve Acquitted. From the Merchants Warehdufe in Lombard-flreer.-- _Wehavingoought a large Quantity of ARRACK* at the laftEaft-India Sale, do hereby give Notice^.that the Pub-lick may be fupplied with the �id^L>quor at a very fmall Advance.abqvfi. the Price the Jaroe was bought at s as (hall W'BaaB|e;a]^pe^r t^ iht BoyirV^'tis^icVonAnd to prevent Ittipqfiuon,' it (ball be dehver'-d from the Eaft-India Com -pany's Vaalts, Where it cannot receive any Adulteration.- NrBrAt the faid Warehoufe Traders and others may be fupplied-wilh theieft RUM and BRANDY, at the loweil Prices^ey'canpoffiblybeifforded. Tl>e:Cfepy pi ;Mr. �pyE.y's ^ill, publifhed :,'^pordingjtbfiils own �}$3ire. the Name of Gob, Amen. I Charles Povey of the Pari&of'StL Mary WhitechWe in rhe:Co#.ty of Mid-ffe^Gedt: Mp^^SjfpB mmy. taitbf foimd CPraife be giyeiiitqv^mightyGbdI .for the feme).cd poor Minifters Widows, neas a-piece> and I give and be-^00-Widows; one Book qf my rgtoin jidtn ; or, tfa Stqteff In\ ich of my o.her I reatife; inritled, j&tbtifm and Chari'iy.   And I iat the faid 260 Widows ftair be^ wing (that istb.fay):Jth�: Riorhing '^'nboat London, and confecrate PariQi Churches of Sit; Mary Without Aldgate, St. Thomas's; !ary> Newi' gtpn'af .refaid ; each' oV inate ten Miniilers poor Widows of f,- and ten Tradefme^'^Widdwi of aad'cachrof the faid Widows, 1s*|P !t5the Hand of brte of^theii$9t^''' ^rvi&fll be fufieie^^fy^ ieve fueh WidbW t^^�^.' -^tion, 4nd tpjjayc^ao'ftt^ln*-|^e other 100 ipoer WidowHhall ^ ^��the Meeting^HotifesuTider-imtcf^f. Watts, in Dtiki?s Piace^ i Id ^jeJ^ne, Hontiifdkh ; Mr. :f'GomI^^s FieldsT Mr. Read's^ rMrr! X^dfieW'a, near Dead-t�S6 of^ie faid Mlhifiets, to nominate ten Diffeming Mmifleis Widows, and ten -------c>     --------IMW     Vtll Tradefmen** Widows, of the fame Ptrluafibn, each and every of which faid Widows, to produce a Certificate Tigned by one of the faid^Di&nting M nillers, in the fame Form as thoft of the Church pf England above-named ; and I order and appoint, all and every the faid Legacies to be paid within the Space of four Montus next aft: my De- Item, I give and bequeath unto J-S-, ofihe Parish of Aldgate afbrefaid, Gent, a > Guineas, to be paid him -on the delivering up to my (aid Exccutois, a B.>nd and Aflignmcftf from ineunjuftly detained by �"    � �� and 1-clear of all Charges, (except Law Fjcpences). Item, I- give and bequeath unto A-H--*, of the fdrilh of St. Giles's in the-Fields, Widow, the like Sum of 20 Guineas to be paid her on Delivery of the f.iid Bond and Alignment, upon the Forms and Conditions afore-(aid. ' Item, I order and appoint Thomfis "James, now or 1 ue pf the ParHh of St. Clement i?anes, to be fole Proprietor of all my Copies of the fcveral Treatifes here under mentioned (beingmy Works, that is tofofiThjMedifaiioh of a Di-vme Soul, Price ^fl. Bolj^houghts on tied/node Man, Pri  Price 1 s. 6d. The Treatife entitled, The Virgin in Eden, or the State of Innocency, Price 1 s. And the Treatif% entitled Itrments after Death upon Atheifm and Charity, Price (>&. with all and every other Copies whatfoever, heretofore wrote and bub!ilh�l by me, the TelUtor, upon 'this, Condition, that pe ahe faid Thomat Jamest his Executors^. Adminiftratdrs, andAffigm, do, and QtfH well ar^ truly p�y, or caufe to |)e paid, i s. 6 d. out oYevery Pouod'or 1'we.nty Shillings, which he or they Ihall receive, and take by Sale of all and jrvery, or any one of the faid Copies, 9j>.' out of every �ound, to be paid tb the Redbr ffor the Time bfine) of it, Mary Newingtoh-Bats jifarefaid, and the cither 9 d. to � paid to Dr. Guyti^ "the eldet Diflenting AiiniAer at the 4eeting-Hoafe in Btoad'(b�t, London, Or any other Mi-i(ier (fbr the Time being) of tbe'fiune Congreg tion; the faid Monies to be by them (accoi ding to their Olfaction) 1 dittribated to and amongft poor Minifters Widows of their own Perfwafion, who wall not have received any Benefit by or under this tny Will, and the (kid Thomas James, it to ^ay tcf'myJfiii Execo^rs, iCCTta^rijc e 'Vi^mi^ e^<;  cnting thijb'my WJU f�r all the pgm^d^CdpJ^j^pcft .i^e nowc4n..ivy Voffi'mori of two of (be laid Treati^;^ul|^d feJtati^difopfe of all the printed Copies thereof, b^6e he ; fh{4:zb^wnMtW/tp de^^ hefetn^b J\/� dsVifed to hitsi i cand all^Ke reft aV^^eC^C. i)f:Eltete% Real and. Parfpnal of what ^atir^ir^^dlo--�V6r; �ftef m: cebts and^n'ii�al�^pjmces^ ,ajj4j%above LegacWaire fully p^aid anid fatis^ed, 1 will appoiiit the fame sto/be fairly divided into three even and^equaU^arts, two-;thir'd Parts, or Shares, whereof Igive, oSvife and bequeath, onto myliiJ&I^izajiefh^ Widaw,- now living with me, an<4 tbe. �the,r rhijd Part or Share, thereof, il giveafid bequeath --limp'Margaret Stringer, of & M&ttuia Jc^Grand, Wido*. -�� "' ; And. I ido hereby make, ordain, cpn(H|uX be printed twice, in bneof tb� Daily Papers.   In Wunefs whereof I Charles Povey, the Teit .tor, have to the Bottom of the. firfi and .lecond Sheets of this my WiAj ftt'aiHTo^o1^,^Name; aiid to thftthird and lall Sheet have fubfcribed aVd fit my JJandand Seal this 13 th, of January, jp the Year of our. rLbrd 1742, and in the Sixteenth Year of the our Sovereign Lord George tbe Second, ,byjhe Gsace^oi God, of Great Britain, France afcd Ireland, King Defender of the Faith, &c. 7 Charles 'Poy^ey. : Signed, fealed, published and debated .by thfc /aid Charles Ptmey, the Teftajtpr, as 'and for his laft W^ijl aad "Teftamenti in tlie Prefchce of u?, wno in his Prefence have /ft.and'-tWdVflied our. Names, as WitrjeQe[s tiiefetg, the Day and year jafl above .written. ; John Dodd, . . Rebecca Newton j i- Sufannah Lqwe. t^.Fiigh Water.this Day at London-Bridge at 38 Mi-� Vu^after 5.   ," ( ' Bank Stock 144 t half. India'Ditm'i 88;a 188 1 half. South Sea Stock 113. Ditto Old Annuities 1131 half a 1 4th. Ditto New Books fhut. Three per'Cent. Anaouiei sioa. Ditto 1742, "102. Ditto 1743, 99. J&illioa IBank nig: Equivalent in.. ^byal A/Turatncegj. Lon-jdon Aflomnce 11 7 8ths. I%g1tfjbi Copper 4J. 10 Seven jier Cent. Emperor's Loan 119 3 41m. Five per Cms ditfo 78 1 half. Bank Circulation 5 1. 10 s. Fr. India. Bonds 41. 7 s. a 4 s. a 6 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Pr. Three add a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Pretn. Three per Cent, ditto I half Difc. Lottery Tickets n I. 7 s. 6 d. a 8 s. June 30, 1743-- To the Worthy Electors of the Borough'of Southwark; GENTLEMEN, J2E1DIG declared duly Elected your ReprtfentA* tiye to feme in Parliament, 1take this earlyiQpportu--wty of returning my fine ere and hearty Thanks, ta all you tube have favoured me 'with your Votes and Inter eft, and to af fut e yeu 1 jhall always promote the Trade and Welfare of this Borough to the utmoft of my Power- J have the Honour Jo i>e, ivitb the greattft Gratitude and Refpep, Gentlemen, Tour moft Obliged, anil mofi humble Servant, Alexander Hume. 3 3 8ADLE R's-W E LL S. AT SADLFRVWELLS, adjoining te the New-River Btad, this Day, will be perfbrmM Tb> USUAL DIVERSIONS. "With Variety of Tumbling     Vaulting, hjr Monf.GU[LIOME, Monf- DAVID, twi Sigfnor FRANCiSCOU^} Rope-Dancinr bf the two Mifs RAYNERS; Pofture?, and fereni new &mlibre�, by Mr. Raynef ; With feveral EnterUinraents of Dafidn^(both Serioih tnd Comic) by Monf, Proment, Mr. Datcnpert, Mafier Mittb�#s, Mr/Celling, Mr. Olbcldiftc*, Mr. Miles, Mr. Rayner, Mr. Ciagget, Mr. Deli-falde, Mrs. Bullock, Mrt Li Font, M&Wright, Mn.Ph2h>, Ml& King, Mrt. Valkrii, Mr*. Anfley, and Mils Rayner; With feveral new Songs by M>. Hemfldrk aiuf Mifl HILLIER. ' . The Wbole^to Conclude ifah . H A R L E CLU IN PROTEUS, AlttrVini RevVd, #i�h rTie Addition of feveral new Comic Scene 1 ' (never before. perfotnVd) call'd N .Q..-M AGTCKLIKELOVE. The Scenes, Cloathi, and Decorationi, being New. To begin traj lietmg at Five o'Cloclc. -2 Mvertifimnu of a moderatf Length art-tahnmfor this P*** it 'Tw Shillings each'. hi/- O   

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