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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 2, 1943, London, Middlesex -!vtv:-rifci'"-'^"" mo* �b'&b O ft. Qa Thwfday ki� Majefty was pleafed to promote-the flight Hon* the Lord Tyrawley, GeneraL Hawley, atfd Generaj Roger Hacdafyde, to be LieotesantHTeiierals of Foot. .... 'ifoeir %py2i Highnefies thp Prince and Princefi of Wales are gone to their seat near Epfom/ for a Week. The Drake, Cajpt.Wade, is; ajrriV'd at Pdrtfrnouth from at. Set>aft�B*s, 'having on Board afcout 15,0 English Pri-foom, rri^�'dj>�fuiat to (ibe Carlel lately pgbliihed between the two Crowns. Tie jfrfey.Maa-.xif War, Capt. Norm, is ordei'M to be mann'd at Plymouth, in Order.for Channel-Service. The:Pri#>oef8 of Wales, bound for India, going - round the Swin, loft three rbi;gh, 'Sbu^wjfri; to-Mife'Wec'be^,-' only .feg3r^..of/%^prhTi ^kfik^y0'?nu^tip^^l Meti^ftt,. .cf; the faid Place/ -a'very "a^eeaWe -yaa;i%J Lady, endow'd. �wth all the ^iableX^aEi6cadoi� that * iea render * Manr happy, wifAa Fortoac 8f xoooo L 1 Great Preparations are mriking for the-^venin|s fenter-: tainrnents at Ranelagh-Houfe, , which we hear will begin in about a Eortnight Tthe Breakfafting and Mufick will-be carried on as ufoal. Sittings appointed in London and Middldey before the Right Hon. Sir William Lee, Kht. Lord Chief Juftice of his Majefty's Court of King^' Bencfi, S't Weftininfter, in and after Eafter-Term 174^ Middlefex. Friday April 42, rhurfday 28, Monday May i, (Friday 13. After Term. jTuefday May if. London. Taefday 'Aptil 2$ Friday 29, WednefdayMay ^, Saturday , 14. After Term. Wednefday May 1.8. The poor Prifdriers ph the Common-Side of ^is;Ma-jeftys Prifon of the Fleet,, beg Leave .to return their "un-feigrbd Thanks to their unknown Benefacltors that put into they Box at the Grate," a Guinea! on Thuifday laft, and likewife for a Guinea Yefterday, which was a very feafon-able Relief to a great Number of poor Prifoners^who are in great Want, our Plaintiffs not paying ;.us the Groat a Day, fince the figning the AS of Ihfolveacy, -whichmakes us complain to the World in this Manner. We have-no Allowance as other Prifons have, therefore have no Relief but from fuch kind Benefactors ; but we hunibly beg that our kind Benef-ilors for the future, will either put their Charities into their Box, or afk for their Steward^ who is: appointed by the Prifoners for that Purpofev On Monday next, at the New- Wells the Bottom of Lemon-Street, Goodman's Field, will be perform-'d feveral Scenes in Grotefque Characters, call'd, Harlequin Dabanno, or, the Inchanted Caftle.' Abundance of People daily reforf to fee Perrott's J^rttficial Garden, in the Five Fields, Chelfea, which confifts of Trees eight Foot high, bearing Oranges, Lemon?, Peachcsi Nectarines, and Rofes; illuminated with more beautiful Luftres.of Candles than ever were feen at Ranelagh orVaux-Hall. What is more furprifing in it, is, that the Company which hath been, in it have been at a Loft to find their Way out. Aitho' heis gratified inahandforaemanner by the Nobility and Gentry, yet he fhews it his Cuftomers any Day, and any Time of the Day, if they fpend but Six Peiice each Perfbn. _ ' _ ^Yefterday Bank Stock was 146 3 4ths, for the Opening. India Stock 180 14th, for the Opening. South-Sen Scock lio i 4th, Ditto Old "Annuities 114 3 8ths, for the Opening. Ditto New 11 z . 1 half. Three per Cent. Annuities 106 1 8th a. 1 4th; Ditto 1742, 106 1 8th a 1 4U1'. Million Bank. tiS 3 ..4ths. .Equivalent 111. Royal Affurance' 82.LondonAlfiirance 11. 5 8ths a I 4ths. Mine Adventure Sharca, ho Price. E"ng!Ulv Copper 4I. 1 os. Welfh ditto, no Price. African, no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's pozn 111 i 4th. Five per Cent, ditto 77 a 76 3 4ths. Bnhk Circulation 4I. i&s. 6d. Prem. India Bond's 4I. 8s. Prem. Three 1 hall Salt Tallies 2. Prem. Three 1 half per Cent-Exchequer Orders 5. Prem. Three per Cent. d'Uo 2,DiCc.' Lottery- Tickets 18s. 6d. Prerh. _.___ Gcneril-r^olt-OfSce, London,' March jo, 1742. TXf ft E R R A S rM'withilwdingjbe publick * Notice that bas been fo repeatedly given hy this Ojice, as luell in the Gazette as in other New-Papers, concerning the Foreign Poftage which is to be paid herefor all Letters that are to go to Germany, Italy,- or any other. Counity beyond Holland, France, or Flanders, Mijlakts have fom'ejimes been made, and Letters have been deliver d to 'this Office, direcied to tbofe Countries, without paying. the Foreign P of age, as requird by Ail of Parliament : 'The PoJl-Mafer-Gsnet-al has thought ft to aavertije, that the Psfiage to -be paid here at ibis Ojfce, or at the refpeftive Receiving-floufes or Offices appointed and authorized for the taking in of Letters in Tonxm or. Country, by all Ptrjons correfponding vjith Germany, Italy, er any foreign Parts in the North,, or the South', by the Way of Holland^ France, or Flanders, is after the following o o o o 6 o 6 o i Rates, viz. 'Between London and any Part of ^ Single Germany, Tta]y,SidIy,S'witzerInnd, Double Denmark, or Sweden, and ail Parts C Treble of the {North ("through Holland), j Ounce Between'London andany Part of 'Spain, . orPortugil, through France, or in > a- it .. Packet-Boats dtreZly, . \ ^ TJ Between London and any Part of Italy 'J Single or Sicily, through France, By Way ( Double of Lyons, or any Part of Turky, r Treble 3 \9 ^#^.-^'MfcrfeUlesV jOance^'& And itis t$ be_obfem{ed,jbaton^iiurje offuchPsiynypfi of the a^ove'Kates>, no Letters to fuck foreign Parts cah le forward^ from-this Office. 1 jfftd thai for' all Letters- di-ve8ed -to foreign-. Countries, by the Way 'of Holland, Ff-ance and Flanders -as above, fent to this Office Jo, be forty ardtd fi$m'afrfiFAfte ~i�fhe,Kj&getm of Greqt B)Uaiti difapt frofn London, or from.miy Parts of Ireland,'; the tifual inland Poftage to London'is alfi to bt paid ovir and above 'the fo- -reign Poftage. - jtf-etei By~.a-Cover of-jepatytte Paper to a Letter ofaftngle Sbeei1 it^b^amei a �double Letter? tin/ >f'fic^ C^ir^ to ft Wt$fei^jtter it b'e&feltr&'le', 'aud is to-be paidfar accordingly*, -ByQumikvitftfaW Qeorge Sti?lvQcke> See, ., Hig^ ^ter at Lortdon-Btidge. this Day at 30 ^h\itej: kfte^ior tfe Merafogi and 48 after 4 in the AfternoOnl J AenMiiiity-Utikr, 25 Martrr, r.743. ' " ?&F?ER.E%$ fifty of the Seamen late belonging / V to his t/lajeftfs the Defiance have been turnd over to the Alderney. at Hwi'C and a like Number.to the Aldhonugb af Liverpool,, add Tinders are n6w auSbeernefs ready to cany tbem tv theirjvfpetlive Ships j thk� Lor^sCom-sniffioners of fhe Admiralty do hereby. ftriSly charge the fa& Mtn Unmsdiately to -repair on hoard bis- Mafefly:s Ship the Princefs Royal at 'the Nore, where, they nqili be\paidctj}kf, , Wage* due~h them for the Defiance to.the .3 xft of December, '. 174.1, and then to proceed in the faid Tenders to. the dbove-f faid Ships i And the faid'Men are to. take Notice, tbat\ the. afarerftention^d Payment js to be made oh board the Frincejs Royal an ihe'^tb of next.'Month,, and in cafe: any of them fail fo be iben on hoard that. Ship, the Tenders will Jaii etway without tbevt; after which thjey will not only lofe all the Wagtr due'to ththfar tbfi Defiance, but will be taken up) if they cait-ie fostaJt' arid tried at a - Court-MartUil Of Deftrtjert. ... Tho. Gorbett> '�''"'" '(j'uildhail, Ljpndqn, March 20. 1743. TffUE REM 'ah MM Parliament pnffe - ibis pre/ent Sjffion-, eiititltJ An Act for repealing certain Dupes on Spirituous Liquors, aud On Licences fox retailing the fame, and for laying other Duties on Spirituous Liquors, and oh Licences to retail the faid Liquors, it is (amongft other Things J enaRed, \ That /rani and after the ' 2$tb Day of March, 1743, no Licence feall be granted\0 * any Perfon or Prifpns whatfoever for felling by retail any . * Spirituous Liquorsor Strong Waters whatfqev'er, except to * fuch Perfons only who Jhall keep Taverns, Victualling^ ' Houfes, Inns, Coffee-Houfei, or Alehoufes ; and if any fuch * Licences ffialj be granted to any. other Perfons than as afore-, * faid, the fame are hereby declard void to all Intents and ' Purpofes. ' And that nothing in this At? contain'dfiiall extend or bje ' conftru'd to enable any Perfon or Perfons to fell any Spiri-*_ tuous Liquors or Strong Waters by retail, unlcfs fetch Perfons 4 be firft licensed- to fell Ale or Spirituous Liquors by two or i more of his Majefty s fuftices of the Peace for the County*. ( Riding, Divifton, City, or Liberty, wherein fuch Perfon. 4 Jba.ll fell the Jaid Liquors, under the Hands and Seals ojf * the Jaid two juftices.'' And whereas divers Perfons k'epping. Taverns, Victualling^ Houfes, Inns,. Cejfee-Houfes, and'Alehoufes, within the City of Londox- and Liberties thereof; did, notwithstanding Jiicb A3, negled to procure ibemfelves to be licenTd at the Sejfiott . of tie Peace, holdtn at Guildhall on the yth- infant, Jvh lieinftttg of ViSuallers. .within f hi J City, and by meant thereof ore not qualified to take out Licences at the Excift-Office fpr retailing of Spirituoiis Liquors : ; Therefore Notice is hereby given to fuch Perfons fo unqu4~ lifted,. that at tl?� General Quiirter-Sejjian of the Peace, to be holden for this City at'Guildhall, on Monday the \\th Day of April next, Licences will hi granted to fetch as Jball -for th'jat Purpvfe be properly allowed and returif.d by the Aldermen of their refpeftrue Wards, or their Deputies .' And the Beadles of the feveral Wards are hereby requir'i to leave the Lifts of fuch Perfons, as afual, at leaf three Days hefort the Seffion j and the Perfons- fo intending to be licensed,' are reqitWdperfanallyto attend at Guildhall cn the faid 1 lift Day of April, at Nine o'clock, at which time -precifely the Court will be fitting for the Dijfpatch pf that Bufiiiefs, pre* vious to the other BuJinefs of the SeJJion. �  � � � �' . , - M _A_NL_ 1 allow'-L'hahukrs ria.f; London, .March'25, 174J. Tl/HEREAS there is great Rtafon to fufpeff "tbaitna'ny Perfons. in ^private Roomsy Garrets, -and other unenterd Placet within .the Bills, of Mortality, d6 fraudulently make Tallow Candles without paying the Duty,' and to the great Prejudice of the fair Traders .' 7 his is there*-fore to give Notice, that nvhofetwer Jball within fix Weeki from the Date hereof make.Difcbveryof any-fuch Offender or1 Offenders\ fo ajiy on* of the Surveyors of the Duty on Can diej^, (whofe Names and Excife-Qjambers are bereunder^irfrltten j Jball receive Five Pounds Reward for each and every Perfon fo difeoverd, ds Jball he convifted of the faid Offence before theCpnmiJjfonersofExciJe, over and above all other Rewards given' by the feveral ASts of Parliament in that Cafe tnAdtj 'to be paid by Mr. John Cock, Clerk to the Company ofTallowJ Chandlers, at their Hall on Dowgate-Hill, London, immediately after Convitlion', and the Notnfof the Perfqtt making fitch Difeoveiy to be kept private, if^reqtiird. ' ' Mr. Smith, Baldwin's Court, Cloak-Lane; Mr. Heftop, Virginia-Street, Ratcliff-Higbwey. MrfPaxion, Gun-Street, Spittleftelds.^ - .. itfr.Watfim, fr^^C$afe/-C3&-t, &ippj&ttt*i ifrfWilkinfott, Carelme^Court, Saffron-HilL Mr. Sheldon, Coal-Tard, High Holborn. � Mr.Matft^f^ventry-^urt;, Hay-Sfdr.ket,.:. Mr. Webb, St; Mary-.Qvery's Gktir.cb'X.a-rh . ,v,....... > fhis ' i}[ id .'give Nph'ttx -'-rjbHAT'the Bowiifig-Greeas stf rhe Prqfr*?&  Houfe, at jfjfcgtea,- are. ojjtoM. and. ift ytij good &d4f/ fhu$ tfete is 8Q<^/.^;fl^ftwa^� for .rf1-<3eitf�q�r.. ' � '-rf.  ihu is-. 10 "give-. Notice-^f' THAT Mr. Gould,ing,s Bowlidg-.(?r^nSfc0|i the Fox and Goofe in Old-Streer, fcan'ginwr/ f&Qi&ktj H%Lft . ;