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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 3, 1943, London, Middlesex ver Numb. 3834. TUESDAY, May 3, i743 H E Anniverfary Meeting -of the Treafurers and Truftees of the feveral Charity Schools within the Cities of London, and Weftrninfter, and Parts adjacent, being appointed to be held on Thurfday next, the 5 th of May, a Sermon will, be preach'd on that Occafion at Chrift-Church in New- m_ gate-Street, by the Right Rev. Father irTGod Thomas Lord Bifliop of Oxford; at which the Children.of.the feveral Schools, will attend. The Truftees have, for the better conducing the faid Charity, publifh'd the following Rules and Orders, as the fame were recommended and fign'd by the Lords the Bifhops. Firft, That the Directions, given by the. prefent Lord Bifliop of London, to the Matters and Miftreftes of the Charity Schools within the Bills of-Mortality and I&jcefe of London, in the Ye.'.r 1724, (a Copy of which hath been formerly fent to the feveral Charity Schools) - be. duly obferv'd; particularly, f The Cautions there given againft teachingChildren any thing that may let them above the Condition of Servants, or the more laborious Employments. Item, The Method ttiereprefcrib'd to the Mailers arid Miftreftes in feveral Rules, for poffefltiig the Minds of the Children with a juft Senfe of the DutyT:nd Affection they owe to the prefent Government, and tr.e Succeflion in the Proteftant Line, and with a juft Dread of the Perfecutions and Cruelties to be expected from a Popifti Government. Item, That they be very careful in the Choice of a Treafurer, who is to keep a fair Account of all Receipts and Difburfements, for the View of-all Subfcribe.'s and Contributors who may defire to know how the Money is difpos'd of. Item, That the Perfon who mall be chofen for Mafter or Miftrefs of any School be a Member of the Church of England, of known AfFeclian to his Majefty K;ng George, and to the Prot.ftant Succeffion as by Lr.v tila'.Jifti'd, of a religious Life and fober Converfation, a co.il mt Communicant, unic rftanding the Grounds and Principles of the Chriftim Religion, and having a Capacity for educating Children according to the Rules herein recommended. Item, Thut in training up Children, particular Regard be had to the Bufinefs they are moll: like to be employ'd in, either as Servants, or in Hufbandry, or elfe in the Woollen, .Iron, cr fuch other Manufactures as are moil ufed in thofe Places where Charity Schools are maintain'd : And in order thereto, that the Children, whilft at School, be (fo far as is confift�nt with their necefTiry Learning, and the different Circumftances of particular Places) inur'd to fome kind of Work or Labour, and in fome Meafure daily cmploy'd in it, To that they may be render'd moft ufeful to the Publick; and for this End it m-.y be pnoper, that their Earnings be applied towards finding them in Diet, Lodgings, and other Ncceflaries. RULES prefer to be obferv'd by the Majlers and MijlreJJes. ift, That the Mafters andMi.lrefles do .themfelves attend the School at the Times appo nted by the Founders and Traftees, and keep the Children diligently to their Bufinefs daring the Hours of Schooling, fuffering none to be abfent at any time, but upon account of Sicknefs, or fome fuch reafbnable Excufe, unlefs in the Time cf Harveft, and when the Truftees think it proper they mould be employ'd in Hulhandry, Spinning, Carding, or fome other Manufactures; but if Children are kept away,_ the Trullees to be acquainted with it, that others more conformable may be taken into their Places. zdly, That they teach the Children thofe Doctrines and Principles of Religion, which are in their Nature molt ufeful in theCourfe of a private Life, and efpecially fuch as concern Faith and Good Manners. 3dly, That they bring the Children to Church fo often as Divine Service is there perform'd, before it begins, aad inftruct them to  behave themfelves orderly, kneeling or ftanding, as theRubrick directs, and to join inthe Publick Service with, and regularly to repeat after the Minifter, with an humble low Voice, and in the moft devout Manner, ui all Places where the People are fo directed, in fuch Manner as not to dhturb the reft of the Congregation* and. particularly in fingmg of Pfalms : And that they likewife take Care that the Children bring their Bibles and Common-Prayers always to Church. And in order to prevent their fpending the Lord's Day idly or profanely, it will be proper that every Mafter and Miftreis give each Child fome Talk out of the mGft'uieful Parts of Scripture, to be learn'd oh each Lord's Day, according to their Capacities j and that they require a ftrict Performance of it every Monday Morning, and alfo oblige them to fay the Texts of the Sermons preach'd the Day before. 4thly, ^hat they never fail to pray Morning and Evening in the School, and teach the Children to do the fame at home, devoutly on their Knees, when they rife, and go to Bed j as alfo to fay Grace before and after Meat. 5thly, That they take particular Care of the Manners and Behaviour of the Children, and by all proper Methods difcourageldlenefs, and fupprefs the Beginnings of Vice, fcch- as Lying, Curling, Swearing, profaning the Lord's yay, obfeene Difcourfe, Stealing, &c. putting them often to Mind, and obliging them to get by Heart fuch Parts of the Holy Scriptures, where thofe" Things are forbid, and where Chriftians are commanded to be faithful and obedient . tteir Mafters,, to be diligeLt in their Bufinefs^ andiiuiet an# peaceable to all Mq,. 'j 6thly, -That they' take Care, that where the Children are cloath'd, they wear their Caps, Bands, and Cioaths, every Day, whereby the Trufteesj Benefactors, and others, may know and fee what their Behaviour is abroad. uai, May 1. . THE Tryton, Wheldon, for Hamburgh, remains. Wind South. An ExtraS of a Letter from Paris, dated April 30. ' The Propofition made to the Miniftry by the Abbot ' of Ct. Hubert, for feising upon his A^bey and certain ' Diftricts at prefent under the Jurifdiction of Luxem-' bourg, having been communicated to the King, and ' afterwards laid before the Council, was upon the very ..' Point of being agreed to^ when Difpatches were receiv'd :' from the Marquis de Fenelon, whicn prevented it from ' being effected. This Ambaffador, amongft otl:er Things, -\' remark'd, that in refpect to the March of the 20000 ' Men, the Court might reft very eafy, for that i.e had �* again receiv'd the ftrongeft Afl'urances, that if thefe ' Troops did march at all, be was fure it would not be in ' lefs time than three Months ; but likewife, that it would ' be very proper for the Troops of the King to make no ' Motions upon the Frontiers, for fear of turnifhing the *� Republick with a Pretence, which perhaps it wait.-a for, ' to fend thefe 20000 Men into the Field. Thefe are tne ' Reafons which prevented the Execution of the Project of ' the Abbot of St. Hubert, who is gone home very much '* chagrin'd. ' Tho' Cardinal Tencin has his Apartment at Verfailles, ' his Eminence plays but a very low Part upon the 'ii.e .tre ' of the Court. This Prelate would before now have been ' order'd to repair to his Archbilhoprick of Lyons, if he ' had not been ftrongly upheld by the Cabal of the jefuits, ' he being on his Side now the only Prop they L.ve ' left for fupporting the Doctrine of Molina in FraJice. ' Be this however as it will, thefe Wanderers from the ' Truth, and Enemies to Grace, phinly perceive that they ' have been in a State of Declenfion ever ftnee the Marina 1 ' de Noailles, the Duke of Orleans, and other great ' Lords, the Protectors of thofe that appeal from theft ' Tenets, have1 enter'd into the Miniftry, and who dilpel by ' degrees the Mift from before the Eyes of the King : A: d ' this is the'Caufe that now the Lieutenant de Police and ' the Jefuits have not, -as .heretofore, blank Letttes de 'Cachet in their Pockets, the King having taken them all ' away, which has given great Joy at Court, as well as in ' all the Diocefes in France, where Perfecution was carried ' orr very violently againlt both Men and Women.' L O N D O N. His Majefty's Ship the Hamplhire, Capt. Limburncr, has taken off of Vigo, and fent into Plymouth, aSpmsih Privateer, cali'd the N. S. del Carmen, carrying ten Carriage and thirteen Swivel Guns, and a hundred and twenty Men j and Capt. Limburner was in Chace of two other Spanifh Privateers when fhe fent her toTlymouth. We hear by Accounts from Shejrnefs, that his M.jefry ftili continued there Wind-bound. S Yefterday his Grace the Archfcifhop of Canterbury, the Earl of Bath, and feveral other Lords of the Regency, took the Oaths in .the Court of Chancery. We hear from B?.th, that Admiral Cavendilh ftill continues dangeroufly ill there. Yefterday at Four o'Clock the Poll was clofed for the Barough of Southwark, when Mr. Hammond was dcclar'd to have a Majority of feventy-one. On Saturday Morning died of an apoplectick Fit, Mr. Samuel Mulhin, a wealthy Coal-Merchant, at his Heuf.-on Saffron-Hill. - Laft Night died in Childbed, Mrs. Riymond, Wife of John Raymond, Efqj an eminent Brewer, at Ratcjiff-Crcfs. It is with great Satisfaction we can inform our Friends in the Country, that laft Week tl.e Bi.lls of Mortality wvre redue'd to the ufual Number, and the Town is now very healthy. Yefterday Evening the Entertainment of Spring-Grdens, Vaux-Hall, was open'd for the Summer Se-sion. Tne Company w:ts (as ufual).very numerous. Yefterday Mr. William Potter, Florift, ofMitcham in Surry, fhewei at Iflington his Auriculas againlt Mr. Bang's fupreme Auriculas, of B-rintree in Eflex. Mr. Potter's were allow'd by all Judges to be the fineftthat ever were feen. Richard Shergold, Printer to the Hon. the Com-raiffioners of the State-Lottery, 1743, at his Office in Pope's Head-Alley, over-againft the Royal. Exchange, Cornhill, buys and -fells Tickets, Shares and Chances of Tickets  in the faid Lottery; and will keep a correct Numerical Book, and alfo a Regifter-Book, where any Perfon entering their Numbers,. at Six Pence per Ticket, may have an immediate Account fent them of their Succefs, if in Town j and by . the firJt Poll to' any Part of Great-Britain or Ireland. At his Office Schemes in French' and English are given gratis. The abovefaid Richard Shergold buys and fells by Com-miffion, South-Sea, Bank and . ndk Stocks, with the feveral Annuities, India Bonds, Navy, and Victualling Bills*, with all Government Securities, All Letters out of the Country : (Poft paid) will be duly anfwer'd. Brlfiol, AprU 30. On Saturday. iafV died Mr. Edward Marfh, a Grocer of verjr extenfive Bufinefs, remarkable for his Integrity in Trade, Sincerity in Friendship, and Humanity to Mankind. He was .generous .withoot Qften-tstioni affable without fawning, and fanwhar without intruding. He neveJt ceofored boj to niotm, nor applauded but to encourage^ Animofities, 2s he c?us'd none, fo he fuffer'd them not to fubfift between his Friends, ever reconciling, open, chearful, focial andiirene, and fo confpicuous was he in thofe amiable Qualities, that he engaged the Hearts of all Men in the firft Converfation. On Monday laft a Prefs-Gang from the Mortar Bomb-Ketch going on board the k'remen Factor, then lying, to Eaftward of the Holms (within the Liberties of this City) and endeavouring to prels the Men thereof, Alexander Broadfoot (one oi the Bremen Crew) having a B'undcrbiifs in his Hand loaded with Swan-Shot, preferred it to the Gang, telling them that if they dared to touch him,"'he would let fly amongft them : But they not regarding his Threats, endeavour'd to take him ; on which he fhc't among them, whereby Cornelius Callahan (one of the Gang) was kill'd, and another wounded. Broadfoot was after-Wards fecur'd' and put in Irons on board the Tender, which is gone round Land. Wednefday the Coroner's Inqueft fat on the Body of the Deceas'd, and brought in their Verdict, Wilful Murder. To Giles Eyre, E/q\"on bis Marriage with Mid Smith. THE friendly Mufe exults' to fee thee bleli j-Of Virtue, Beauty, and of Youth poffefs'd. Fcr thefe all centre in Corinna's Charms, Whom thy kind Stars have giv'n to thy Arms; What can our Wifhes add to j*ys complete, ' But that no adverfe Fate may dafh the Sweet; Thar nought thy prefent Joys may e'er allay, And each fucceeding ftill be Wedding-Day ? R - d M-f-n. Tie Leftert upon tie Sugar-Ct'Jfijr left, cdieitu'd Ytjicrdey, arc BO, r.at B Y G. This Evening will be perform'd, At the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, Richard the Third. At the Theatre Royal in Covent-Gr.rdtn, The Relapfe. High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 33 M-riuttS after 5 in the Morning, and 57 after 5 in the Afternoon. Saturday Bank 6toci: was 146 1 4th. India St'jck i85. Sooth-Sea Stock 112 a 1 4th. Ditto Old Annuities''113 1 b'th a 1 4th. Ditto New 114. Three per Ccr.t. Anr.u- t't< ICI 4tns a 7 b:ns. i'jtto 1742, 101 3 4U1S a 7 8ths. Ditto 1743, 99 1 4th a 3 Sths. Mill.on B:t�k 1:7. Equivalent 111. Royal Aifurance Sz. London Aii'unnce 11 1 half. Mine Adventure Shares, no Price. Kntfifh Copper 4I. 10s. Welfh ditto, no Price. African, ho Price. Seven per Cent Emperor's Loin 114 Five per Cent, ditto 76 1 4th. Bank Circulation 5I*. Prem. India Bonds 4I. us. a 12s. Prem. Three 1 half Salt Tall;cs 2, Prem. Three 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prem. lf.ree per Cent, ditto 2 1 half,' Difc. Lottery-Tickets 22s. 6<1. a 23s. 6d. Prem. THE Infurcrs, Freighcers, and all -opbt-r Perform conctrn'd in the Ship Alexander, Capt. SaurrJirs, taken in hzr Pa.iagc; to Jimaica by a Spanifh Privateer, and carried into Cherburg, are 'efirM to meet at Lloyd's Coft'ee'-Houi'e, Tomorrow, being Wedneday, ' the 4th inftan*, at Five o'Clock in the Evening, in order to agree and fettle the -Ranjom for the faid Ship and Cargo. � ^ ~~ May 3, 1743.. To the worthy and independent Electors of tfce fiorougu.of South w. a r k. Gentlemen, J T is wilb tb; v.tmofl Gratitude I return you my fencer e Thanks for your kind and generous Appearance in my Favour; and as I am convinced the Principles of Liberty apd Independence v.-ere your only Motiwest fa J Jball ever ejleem it my Duty to fupport them, ivitb regard to the Intenjl of the Nation in general, and this Borough in particular. 1 am, ' Gentlemen, Xour mejl devoted humble Servant, _ WILLIAM HAMMOND. .May 2, 1743. To. the worthy'Electors of the Borough of Southwark.. Gentlemen, rH E~ AffeBion and Zeal ycu have Jbewn to me through the Courfe of the Poll, and -the Efforts you have mads to preferve your' Liberties, command 'my moft fencere Thanks ; and as it is notorious what unjuftifeable Means "have been purjfu 'd to obtain a Majority, contrary t� the Right of Eleition efeablijh'd in you by Parliament, fo I beg Leave not only to congratulate you on your Firmnefs and Refolution, but alfo to affure you, that I will ever retain a grateful Senfe of your Favours, and that I am determirfd to ufe my befe Endeavours for maintaining all the Rights and Liberties of this great Borough agarnji Joe Violencies vihhb have been ufed to dejlroy them, and am, Gentlemen, Your ever obedient Servant, ALEXANDER HUME. N, B. The Numbers upon cajling up the Books, ivere, For Mr. Hume,  - - 792, Mr. Hammond, --- -- 863. But a Scrutiny being demanded, and granted, it is no doubted but it nvill appear that Mr. Hunte hath Majority of legal Votes. _^_. . / 'Ibis is 10 give Notice, HAT On Thurfday next, the 5th in . at iliven o?Clock in the Forenoon, there will bea General ^ of the-Socety for the Encouragsnjcat of Learning, at their Hcufe, ;