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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 8, 1743, London, Middlesex , F R I D A Y, July 8, . ftone; a-very agreeable Lady, with a handfome Fortune. . On Tuefday laft died at Greenwich Capt. Hinman,.a young Gentleman very much lamented by all his Acquaintance. , We'are a^ur^from Hariedham .in Kent,.that on Monday the 13th of June hue, in the Morriing, was elegantly rung.there, . by theLenham Company, . 67*0 Botr Major, Quadruples andTriples, in four Houn ritiny^QJ^ Minutes. * '  Laft Thwflay Richard Yeats was committed to Maid ftone-Goal, changed upon the Oath of John Wheeler, with , fecretiag and laying op in a Bundle *f Chips, a Quantity of twice-laid Staff, weighing oucrQtwrter of an Hundred and tea Pounds Weight, the Property-of h� Majefty.: Yefterday Sufan B.igneU,.w*s committed to Qerkenwell Bridewefl, tyCoX^cVVpi;^ dealing  4arge Piece of frdh Salmon, out of Mr,. Knot's Shop, found upon her* "flje appeared in theDre(s of a ; .Gentlewoman. .  The fame" Day Margaret ,Dry, was.committed to the \ : feme Place, by; the fame Gentleman, f&ffealmgi,Parcel of Lumen from Mrs. Mary Darking, found npon[her..';  " As was Margaret Morgan, for Sealing a great Quantity of Wearing-Apparel from Mrs. Ann Conner.  Frcan^theiMcrchants Warehoafe in Lombard-flreet.--' - We having bought a large Quantity of ARRACK, at the . laftEaft-lSita Sale, do hereby jive Notice, that the :Pab- Kck may be fnpplied with the bid Liquor at a very fmall Advance above the Price the faraewas /bought at-j as {hall; be^made appear to the Buyers Sadsfa�lion : And to prevem Impofition, hlball'be deliver'd from the Eaft-India Com-ranyWaults,v where itcannotreceive any: Adalterationv-: N:B. At the faid Warehoafe Traders and' others may be fupplied with the belt RFJM and BRANDY, at the loweft Prices they can pouloly be afforded. , Item", I give and bequeath unto J-^-: : of Aef Parifhof Aldgat^'afcrefaid, ^n>; him; on the delivering \ip ^^(^J^^i^rB^ jm& Affignment from'meonju'ftly' :r; .and -.-clear of all Charges, (except Law Expences), Item, I give and*b�queath umof"^^ H--, of the Parifb of St. Giles's in the fields. Widow, the like Sum The C6py of Mr. PpvEy'js Willi 4 according to 1fL4 own Um$; r, .-: IN the Name of Gbu, Amen. I Cbarle: Pffvev of the Parifh of St' Mary WHtechap'e in the County of Mid-diefex, Gent, befog aged and infirm in Body, but of found and perfect Mind; Memory and Underftanding(Praife1je I givento Almighty God ^'ft^.^me)' andiomlide^pg-. $e J . Certainty of ray �ea?,h, and -.the ,Uncer;tajnfy t�ereot,,.doi1 rJietefore for the avoiding Controverfies after my Deceafe, make, publifh; and declare^ this to be my lalt Will and I Teftainent, in Manner and Form following, (that is to fay) firft, and principally, I recommend my Soul to the Mercies of God,, believing Iftiall certainly rife again to Ljfe eternal thro1 the Merits and Mediation of Jefus CfiriS my Saviour and'R�de�mer; my Body! commit to the-Earth, to be decently buried by-my Executors, hereinafter named, in the Parifh Church of St. Mary, Newington-Butts, in the County of Surry, in the fame Grave wnerein my late Wife Ann Povey nowlye:h interred ; and, as for and concerning the Difpofal of all fuch Worldly Eftate and Effects, which'�� it has pleafed God 6f his great Goodnefs to billow upon me, 1 give, devife, and bequeath the fame arJipi pwejth;;. and ^rft, I Will and Order, .that only .four or Mourning Co ches and one Hearie, (hill be employed-at my Fu-nierai.-and that my 4*aH fhalt -be itipported by-fix Gentlemen whom my faid Executors (hail think fit to appoint: Item, I give and bequeath unto Mr. Qbadiab Johei, of the Parith of St. Andrew Holborn, London, all my Land lying and being at Cheagle, near Boo* in StaffordftMre ; I alfo give and bequeath to him the faid Qbadiab Jones, all t.hat which will defaend of Right,; belonging to me after the Deceafe of Dorothy Povey; Widow of. ray iateBfother Jofiab Pevey, deceased.- who was Minifter of Rodman and Kefcqm, near Lewes inSuffex. ��> ->- Item, Lgiye and bequeath to and for theUfe of theParlfti of St. Mary 'Newington- 'aToreiEud, my _ gra3tfrg&&, -bting -five Feet in Depth, fix Feet in Front, and nine Feet and an iHa'If in Height:; -containifig: three Sets~oi" Keys; Mr." 'Aaron Davis,.-ah Organ^Maker, ^haying contrac>ed and. ^agreed with me, toomakej or.caufe^the (aid Organ to play rfix feveral Pfalm Tunes and .four Voluntaries, andto per-., form the iame from^ime to Time -at Pleafure, without' any Perfon playing upon th&Keys thereof ; as alfo the Bellows of the faid Organ, to move and perfotm the fame by Cfock-Work. Item.T give-arid bequealh ix Guineas, for or towards i the ereSing, afld^fetting up, wr� faid Organ-in the faid fpadiltCiH^Mfilr^^^ pe$. neceffitry, toorforttedraainentthereof. Item, I give and devife* to and for. the Ufeof the Charity-School of the faid Parifh> 50 Guineas. Item, I will and direft, that my laid Executors, mail on every Saturday during the Space^f fix Months next, after my Deceafe, give to the Poor: of the Parilh of White-chapel aforefaid, 100 Penny Loaves. Item, T'glve^and'devife,"ten00^pxKn-TradefmenVWidows, who mail be arriv'd at the lull Age of 45 Years, each one Guinea a-piece. Item, I give and bequeath to ioo poor Miqiftcrs Widows, of the like Ages, five Guineas a-piece, and I give and bequeath to each ojF the laid 200 Widows, one Book of my Treadle, JntiUe^r^'-^^^ i" Ed*"� �r, the State ef Innocence : And one.Bopkeach of my other Treatife, inatled, . ferments after Death, upon Atbeifm akdXlharity. And I > dodireaand'appoint, tiai the faid 200 Widows wall be chofen in Manner foUoVing (that is to fay) the Morning preachers who relide iii.and abbot London, and confecrate Bread and Wine, of:the' Pariih Churches of St. Mary Whifcchapeli St. Botolph without Aldgate, St. Thomas's, St. George'si and S^^ary Newington afoiefiud; each of the faid JJivines � hbminate ten Minxfters poor. Widows of the;Church~ of England and ten^Tradefmeh's Widows, of the fame Communion ; *nd each of the (aid ^idows," is to produce a Certificate under the Hand of one of the afore-faiaCrergymeo wbeieby it /hall be fafficiently certify'd, that they know, and believe fucb Widows ti> be reduced, aad;to be;of fober Converiarjoh, and to have no fettled In-cc^whatfoever \ and* the other ipo.^oor. W^Qwii|hall jl be ehofen by the Minifters of the Meetrng^Houles owler- i\ of,2Q Guinea > tobe paid her on'. Delivery of. the faid Bond -arid Alignment," upeii the Forms and CondTtions afore-fa|d 7- tibned (being"my Works, that is'ro fiy) the Meditdtioii of'a DjvineSouli Price 4 s. Holy Thoughts onGod made Man^ Price ft- "FheVifions.of Sir Heijfef :Ryleyf Price rs;~6&.' ^ Tfie Trtattfe 'oh Trade and employing the.Polar,,:Price-1 s.:6 d. lihe Treatife entit'ed, TbejVirguU&deirj or the State of 1 Ipnoctncy, 'Prict is.. '->And;'(hej'Tre|6fe^^nW^' Tifments l after Death upon Aihelfm aiid Charity^PrtciSi. with all and, every .other Copies -whatfoeverY heretofore wrote and pubifhed by me, the.Teftator, upon this Condition,..that - he the faid Thomas James, his Executors, Adminiftrators, and Affighs, do, and (hall-well and Vruly_pay, brcaufeto ' b^e paid, -1 s. 6d. out of eyery^oouid or Twenty Shillings, which he Qr.,tl)ey.,(haU^1^iv^^and^^'W .Sale of,all and every, or any one of the fajd Copies, 9 d.I butrof eyery , Pound, to be paid to, the Rector (fori the Time Jpcine) of " , St. Mary Newington Buts aforefaid, and the other 9'd. to . be paid to Dr. Guyfe, the elder Diflenting Minifler at the Meeting-Hoofe' in Broa4-ftree>t;''Lo^pii,vor any other Mi-nifter (for the Time being), of flic (aine CongregatJon, the , faid Monies to be1 by theni (acc�rding'tb4heif^cifcretion) diilributed to and amongft.pq6i; Minifters Widows of their own Perfwafion, who (hall not naVeTeceived any Benefit by br under this ray Will, and the faid' Tbontas James, ia to . pay to ray faid Executors, a certain Price to be agreed upon be:ween him and roe, at or before the Time of my executing this my Will for all the printed Copies* which are now in n y Pofleflion of two^f-the-^aid Treatifes, intitled-Tbe Firgin in Eden,'md Tprmnts after Death \ and fhall fell and dffjpofe of all die printed Copies'thereof before he" (hall be intttled to dernand or receive the^ faid feveral Comets herein above devifed to him ; and ill the,reft and Refidue, cof Eftate?, Real and Perfonal of what. Nature or Kind fo,-I ever, after my Debts and Funeral Exjpences, and the above \ Legacies are fnllVp paidand fausfied,^ twill appoint the lame �to be fairly idii(ide^i - : Asdlaftty, I &hn^ reve^and �ake void *tt former and other Wills, by me at any Time teeretofore made, and do declare this prefent Writing, contained in three Sheets of Paper, to be my laft Will and Teftainent. .And I do order and direft my laid Executrixes, within one Month after ray Deceafe, to eauie the fame to be printed twice, in one of the Daily Papers. In Witnefs whereof I Charles Piwgv. the TeftStbr; have to the Bottora'of the firft and fecohd Sheets of this my Will, fet aM fubfcHoedmyName; and tothis third andla*SheeHrav^fhbfcribed and fet my Hand and Seal this, 13 th of January, in the Year of our Lord 174a, and in the Sixteenth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second, by the Grace of God, of Great Britain, France and Ireland," King Defender of die Faith, &c. v. Charles Povey. Signed, fealed, j�blifhed and declared by the faid Charles Povey, theTeftatori as and for his laft Will and Teftament, in the Prefenceof us^ who in his Prefence have fet and fubferibed onr Names, as Witnefles thereto, the Day and Year laft above written. John Dodd, r .... Rebecca Newton, "" Sufannah Lowe. High Water this Bjayj at ^London-Bridge at 24 Mi- near Guy's Hofpitol j and Mr. Oldfield's, near Dead- i| inari*s Place, Soothwark : each of the laid Minifters, to '� nominate ten Djffchting Mihifter* Widows, - and ten I Traikfroen's Widows, ..qf the Tame Perfuafion, eacKandi every jot Which: faid Widows, to produce a C^rtificatei figned by one of the faid Difientine Minifters, in^the fame] Form as thofe of the Church of England above-named ; ahdJ I order and appoint, all and every the faid Legacies tobe� paid within the Space of four Months next after my Deceafe. Bank Stock 146 1 hall. . indiaDitto161 igtaAta. South Sea Stock 114 i half; Ditto Old Annuities 114 i half. 'Drttb New 114 7 fthsv Three per Ceftt. Annuities toa 1 half.. Ditto jm?V Vox tBalf Ditto i:74J*:*, ;MilJion Bank u9. j^jajvalent 100^. Royal Affurance�4�-� London Afiurance it 134tns. Ehglifh Copper 4'L fos.- Seven per Cen&'Enueror^ Ldan mo i halfr'Five^Cent, ditto 78;- Bank Circulation 5I.10S. Pr, India Bonds 41. 12 s. a tysr; x*r. per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Prem. Tlireeper CeBt. ditto } half Difc: Lottery Tickets 111. 9 s. . .. K ;