Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 7, 1943, London, Middlesex
The Daily Adv Niimb. % 864, TUESDAY, June y, 1743 Deil, June 5 EMAINS, the Augufta-Man of War. Wind N. by E. Yefterday arrived a Mail from Holland Conjlantinople, April 2cxt, they will Jell by Auflion to the bejl Bidder, at the Office of Ordnance in the Tower of London, fevtral Parcels of tarrd and white Rope, Swords, Hangers, Sword Belts, Spades, Shovels, Parchment and Paper Cartridges, Blocks, Pozvder-Hcrns, Lanthoms, Hufe-Harnefs, Bayonets, Mijket-Barrels, Hand-Bills, Armourers, Carpenters, Wheelwrights arid Smiths Tools, with other r.'/ and unjerviceable Stores, which may be viwed till the Time of Sale at the faid QJJce, where printed Lijls of the Lifs will be delivered to fuch as callJor them. '* Tri.-ity-i o > J jne 4, 1743. cT'HR Mt:Jler*-lF.irJr-m, and rf/Jiflints of lbs Trinity-Houfe give Notice, that the-; have caufed a dfinguijhing Wooden Buoy to be fluced as near as pojjibli to the Wefiwaid of the Wreck in the Old Channel, between the Ifoolpack and Spell Sauds. _ . Weil mi.-.iter- Bridge-Office, 6 June, 1743. CT^H E Ccmm ffioiurs f->r >Jti'dia^ Wetlmintitr- Bridge are defird to meet at their Office near Old Palace-Yard, on Wednefdqy next, the 3th infant, at Ten o'Ctoti in the Forenoon precife/y, upon fpecial Jiff airs. ______J:j . Aylnffe, Cler>. London, Jjnj 4, 1743. ci'-z of Merchant) may b= omitted j but if fent by any Packer, (.r others, they nre proper to be in erred. Printed Ha k Notes to the Mergers Crmp:rly's Porters are dvllver'd pratk to the Merchants and Tr;defefn, on r.TedrJing their Lvtter* to Meff Matthew �n.l Siridi, at the B..nk Ceffee-Hcufc behind the Royal Exchange^ THE Trutttes app inred td puc in Execution ^ an Ait of Parliament to enable the PnrfVhiOne'rs of the Pzrifb ,of ^ St. tictolph w-ithcut Aldgnte, in the City of London and County of Mi4-dlclex, to icbuiid the Church of the laid Paiijh, give Notice, that they intend to meet on Thmfd-.y next, the 9th in'tent, at Five o'clock in the A'ternoon, at the Sch.el Room, the Corner of Hcur.dfditch, ia tiie laid Pari h, on Bullies relating to the fain Truft. To the worthy Liverymen of the City of L 0 K 0 0 tt. G e n t.l e m e n, YO U R Voces and Intereft afc humbly defir'd for THOMAS NOONE, Citizen and Barber - Surgtott, To be one of your Ale-Conners, in the room of Mr. John Kirk, &t&Mt�c\t living betn an Inhabitant in the Ward of Broad-Street near forty Years, and ferv'a all his W-rd and Paiifh Offices,; has been on tire Livery thitfy-thte* Vears; h..s brought up a Family "t thirteen Children ; *hii, wrth, great L 'ifes in Trade, and the Expence of fciren Years Illnefe, has obliged hirh to '�1 uuit his Bufinels ; an: being oat of all manner of Employ, is fo reduced in hi* Circumftances, that he is obliged earncftSy to requeft yo�r Fayour as aircrte. Note, The unkind lolmoation ot lome Perfons, tlut I have an Eitat* left me by a Rdatiou lately deceas'd, is only made, to prejudice mo in thU ^jjS-& Election, the "utmoft Value of it being but five Puuhd^ a Year. &ta^ The Elpftion will be on Midfommer-Day next, and I bcgjfte ftnmvfc'frfh' my Friend* n�t xo dej^t tb� Htil till the �l�61kn a �v�.