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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 9, 1943, London, Middlesex The uiiib. j j k- WEDNESDAY, February d, Dw/, February 7. _ w j HE John, Cullate, from New-York, I is arriv'd. Came dow�, the London, Bowell, and the John and Weft the Sc. George, Dearing, for Lifbon; and the Charming Peggy, Miller, for Oporto, and remain, with the Men of War and Merchant-Ships.' _ Wind N. W. Yefterday arrivM a Mail from France. M. Chaurelin, who has been corrfirTd at Bourges ever fince the Year 1737, has been fent by Order of tfcie Court to JJfare, a fmall Town in Auvergne* This Alteration is attributed to a Memorial fign'd by him, and delivered to the King by one of his Ffiends, who thought to make h?s Court by fo doing, in which Memorial that late MinSter has not fhewct the Reipeft which is thought by the�ourt �$ be due to the Conduit of the late Cardinal. An Extra3 of a Litter from a foreign Minifter atPAKis, dated �eb, IO. 1 The Affair is determined at Verfailles, the King has � aftually begun to govern the Kingdom himfeif at the 4 Age of thirty-two Years. Lewis XIV. rathe* chofe to ivers, and conducted into one of the ill Houfes in the faid Alley, where fhe endeavour1 d to pick his Pocket, but his Breeches being Leather, greafy and ftiff, and the Pocket very deep, ihe could not accomplifh her Defign, and therefore took a Cafe-Knife out of a Drawer, and with one "Stroke cut the-Waggoner's Breeches quite thro1 to his Thigh. The Money and Blood run about the Floor; they both fcrambled for the Money; and on the Woman's calling out for James, Thomas, George, &c. the Man run out of the Houfe with what Money Jie gathered from the Floor. Now the Waggoner would willingly get the Woman apprehended and pro fee u ted, but cannot- negieft his Bufinefs to ftay in Town, fo that Madam will for this time efcape being brought to Juftice. - ItVapprehended, that were the Conftables and Watchmen to exert the Authority given tlvrm by a late Aft of Parliament for regulating the Nightly .War* in.Jthe-City .of London, wiereby the Watchmen - To the worthy Electors of St Alba February 3, 1742-, the Borough N *S. will, * ,that however as it � Days and the Hours that he will do Bufinefs witn his * Minifters, who are even to go to him to Cboijy wiienever ' his Majefty fliould be there with the Dutchefs of Chateau-� Roux. The Jefuits are exceffively mortified that Cardinal 1 Tencin has faiPd of being Prime Minifter. There is ' now great Likelihood that he will go and plant Cabbages , and will lay a' lafting Obligation on Your moft faithful and obedient Ser*va\ JAMES GRIMSTON. Coaches will be ready at Six oy Clock on Friday Mornings at Mr. MaddQfh^ the Golden Rorfe in Alderfgatc-Streef> being the Day of Efeclion. SI N CE no Notice has hitherto bem taken of the law jftopofcls of G. G. this is to inform the Publicic, that the ..Setac**&&&yjB$&.$�l by Way of Subscription, and the fsrrie rsken iii at Mr. Jofiah vrahanfs, Bookfeiicr, oppofite St. Mart/ii's Church in lite Strand, at oniy On= Shilling each Subfcnbcr ; tvherc the laid Scheme u'ill be ready to be deliver V to the Subtcribers, or their Order, cn the iSth inibnr. Wherein it will be made appeiir to the People, how eafy and cMcf.-^liy all our Wool, and the Manufactory theieof, miy, bq-jnd Contradiction,, for the ruture bz fecur'dto curfelves ; 1. Without the Kx-p:nce of one fingle Ship or Sloop of War to guard uur Coalrs (nil manner of Shipp:n2 in this refpc^ being absolutely Nonferrfc). 2. Without the NccefTiry of any fcparate and newComrniiHon to ftil thefe Kingdoms with Locufls to dev-jur the People'^ 3. Without the leaf! Duty, or ::.ny other Expence to be laid on our Wool, or the Manufactory, for Management,, which, if done, would be the Ruin of it, or the leafl Inconveniency to the Trade thereof $ dr 4. By putting the Management into the Hands of poor ignorant empty Parifh and Oounty Ofncers. And laftlyj Without cccafionins r-ny D.image or Lofs to either VVooi-GrowerSj or Gentlemen of Eftates, either in their Perfons or Fortune*, by this Scheme propcsM, N. B. The World will be cenvine'd by thefe Propolis, that the Runninl of our -Wuol mud inevitably ceafe whenever this Scheme is carried into Execution by Authority of Parliament. _ To the Worjkipful the Governors of St. Bartholomew's HofpitaL Gentlemen, YOUR Votes and Intertft are humbly deuYd for N A T H A N I ( Your former Petitioner ) Citiz n and Barber-Surgeon of London, To be Porter of St. Bartholomew's Hofpital, in the room of Mr. Samuel Nafh, deceas'd ; he having been upon thcLr.ery twenty-five Years, and kept Houfe in Cornhill twenty Yeais and u.Wirdi, nnd paid One Hundred Pounda per Annum ftardtne; Rent, but by inevitable Misfortunes is greatly reduced, 1o the yyorjotpful the Governors of Lhnft-hojpital, London* Gentlemen, YOUR Votes and Intereft are moft humbJy defir'd for SUSANNA MEAD, (Wife of tbe Re