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From THURSDAY, F e s a vary 4, to SATURDAY, February 6, 1762.
N G P O ST.
Mr. Alderman Blunt
Mr. William Reeves Mr. Stracey Till.
Mr. Alderman Challoner
A petition to Palliament was agreed to, and ordered to be presented to the Hon. House of Commons, by the Sheriffs, praying leave to open a way, for foot passengers, from London Bridge through the West end of St. Magnus church, under the steeple. Another petition was ordered to be presented to Parliament, for leave to bring in a bill to oblige the bu chers to expose their goods to sale in publick markets only: A third petition was ordered to be prescnted to Parliament, for leave to bring in a bill to prevent the mischiefs arising from the driving of horned cattle through the streets of this city; and to enable the citizens of Lonion to give evidence in the courts of law, in behalf of the corporation, without the trouble and expence of their being disfranchized, ! Wicho ow the café. The Hon. Capt. Townshend is preferred to be Colonel .#. company in the third regiment of foe: guards.