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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 7, 1943, London, Middlesex The Daily FR j an if A r y 7* January 5. H E Men of the and the remain with the and the Nay both for j and the for a large Ship from her Name Wind S. W. An ExtraS of a Letter from dated Jan. i. ' By fame private Advices here by the 1 we that the Elector before his had his Troops to be withdrawn from 1 the Imperial in order to fend them into the 1 Dutchy of and that the of appertaining to his Electoral had been entirely laid waite and by the the Armies Advices the ' which Ranged the Joy of the Imperial Court ' upon railing tue. Siege of Braunau into and y fo great a caufe tlie Emperor having the laft or tae Court of France being and with ' the Tenour of a Letter which he not long fince from that in a very time his Bavarian Dominions be from the j on the the choly News a Courier lately to him by ' that the Armies of the 4 Emperor and France to the concerted ' Plan of in three Columns the and Count Seckendorff having actually begun the in of being by the gave him to 4 at the Moment he was entering upon that the ' Orders of the King his Mailer forbad him to 4 a but that meaning might what he that this 4 who was in a manner was to abandon the and to retire with fome Jan. 8. The Marquis de St. from having from his containing the Relation of the March of the Spaniards into and the Retreat of his Sardinian from ks been in Conference with the of the of the States to whom he communicated a particular Relation of that and of the Advantages the Army of the High Admiral Don by the Marquis de la has over that of the King of As the Papers have made particular Mention of the Retreat of the it would be to to repeat But before writing my I endeavour to inform of the Contents of the above by the Marquis de St. which are faid to be very and therein communicate being htS the Prince and of the and the according to went to the Chapel Royal St. and after Divine Service was came to the and Myrrh and in Imitation of the Magi or Wife Menj who to our Saviour ori this At Night there was a Ball in the Great and his according to annual at Hazard irr the Great Col. Governor of and Lieutenant-Colonel of the American died lately at of who went from is dead at that The Merchants have Advice from Philadelphia of the Death of the Hon. Jeremiah Chief Judge of that ' Lately died at the Hon. Richard Colonel in the Regiment of On Mr. jun. who that Day was in Yeoman of the to his the room of Mr. went to the Tavern in St. Street to drink with a dropt down in an and died Laft the Coachman of Mrs. of unfortunately fell from his Box in between and and his Skull in fuch manner that he died upon the Some took the Opportunity of the unhappy Watch out of his We were in our Paragraph relating to the Sloop Two in the Dunkirk which did not fail from St. Katherine's till Monday the 20th of December and two French Mails being now is the we have not yet heard of her fafe Arrival We hear that a Scheme will foon be to the Parliament for taking off the Duties and upon and in to prevent the pernicious Practice of which is grown to an intolerable On Sunday next two Charity Sermons wiH in for the of Ward Charity that in the Morning by the Right 1 Rev. Father in God Nicholas Lord of Exeter arid * that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Dr. of St. On Sunday next in the Sermon will be at the Church of St. for the Benefit of the Charity Children belonging to the faid by the Rev. Mr. one of the Gannons of St. It is incredible the Number of Gentry and others that daily refort to fee the which is now at the White Inn in The that he has given has a of to make a Offer for for a to the Queen of he being the Creature kind that ever was Dec 14. We have Advice that the Alexander was lately at the Ship was but the Crew and part of the Gargo were This Evening will be At the Theatre Royal in King Richard the At the Theatre Royal in The Siege of High Water at this Day at 28 Minutes after 7 in the and 54 after 7 at Bank Stock was 142 3, 4ths. India Stock 178 1 Stock in 5 8ths. Ditto Old Annuities 113 5 8ths. Ditto New 114. Three per Cent. 102.' Ditto 1742, 102. Bank 116. 112. Royal 83 3 4ths. London 11 5 8ths. Copper 41/7s. 6d. 15s. no Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 110 1 Five per no New Bank 3I. 15s. India Bonds 4I. 8s. Three 1 half Salt Tallies 2, Three 1 half per Cent. quer Orders 5, Three per ditto 2, E Independent Inhabitants of the and Liberty of We s i n 3 T e d to at the in the this being at Six 0' Clock in the to commemorate 'the noble Struggle they fo in Support of their Liberty and jit Corner of Lincoln's Inn near an the zd of at Five in the begin AC O tJ R S E of ANATOMY and in which the Animal and the Principles of will be in proper by ' F R. N I C H O L L M. D. and T H O. M. and Prof A relating to the Matters to be in is fold by J. under the Royal and at Milton's between the From the Lying-in Infirmary in THE LECTURES in and PHYSIC will begin on Monday the 10th at Five in the By Sir Richard M. D. F. R. S. and of the College of The LECTURES in PHYSIC will be read and begin on Monday the 31 ft On Friday the 2 ift 2/, at Six in the over the Bedford in the Great DR. DESAGULIERS begins a of Experimental and wherein the Principles of and are and by about 300 Experiments and the is made and diverting by Planetariums and new whereby the 0/ the Heavenly and Phenomena of the are and are taken in and Catalogues may be had of Mrs. St. Church in and Mr. at Juvenal's near in and of Mr. at j and at the Bedford in T the KING'S THEATRE in che being the 8th of will be a new EN R I CO. With Dances and other entirely Pit and Boxes to be put and to be admitted without which will be that Day at the Office in the at Half a Guinea Gallery Five By His No whatever to be admitted behind the The Gallery will be at Four Pit and Boxes at To tt Six For ROTTER D The P r iNCE William Richard living at SA1 L S on now lying to take in Goods and j and may be with on the Dutch Walk at the or at the Red Lyon and in both near the Royal Exchange 5 and after at Henry the Queen's near St. Katherine's or John Twyman for the For the Benefit of Mr. C LEG been in a bad State of Health fbr fome Time AT Great Koom in near on the 3d of will bs a CONCERT of Mi u I C K. Tickets to be had at the following viz. Mrs. at Mr. a in New the Swan Mr. a the Corner of Piccadilly and at ths Place of To begin at Seven o' THE Manager of the lite IB ALL at Room in begs Leave in this Manner to return his humble Thanks to all the Gentlemen and iies who their Company and this beng his he hopes all will be and amended in the which he then met with from will be whereof timely Notice will be given in this THE of the i or MECHANICAL invented by the celebrated having been exhibited at the Theatre in Lincoln's Inn it is but to the and to the ingenious Inventor of the that as on the are not actuated on lame Mechanical Principles as in the The that as Mr. was at great Labour and Expence this the Publick will give proper Encouragement to a Piece of They continue to be feen at the at and Five j at One Shilling each ' on the 20th of July Ralph at Spur Inn in the Borough found jn the which Murder is to have been committed by one Joel who was Under at the faid The faid Joel Craven the and and to Henry at Leeds in s about twenty-two Yean or and about five foot four a fhin plump and broad y ixf his or coming forward beyond the under He took away with him a large Silver the Maker's Name Vernon t will fo may be to revive Twenty Guineas paid by me Samuel At the and in all in within two or been loft two beautiful Cocks j one of a fine pale yellow and beautifully with the other a very large light brings the former mail have a Guinea and tor the latter Haifa to be paid on Delivery at the Cock and Hoop in or any that can give certain Intelligence in they receive a Crown j Several having made free with a Character concerning tlie this is to that if they in their it will be relented in a proper STOLEN from 6 in Clement's on the 30th of December in the a plain GoiA with an Sidey jun. 269, with a Man's Gold and a large Cornelian Seal fet in with a Coat of viz. a between three dated 12 Feb. 174.0, No. 493, payable to John or for Twenty Pounds J and other which are of nb Ufe but to the and about If the Watch is to or to it and the and give Notice to Mr. Benjamin and you Thall have Twelve Guineas the or in Proportion any or if already or your Money again with Payment is at the on Monday about Seven o'Clock in the between the White Bear fnn in and in the was dropt from the Newbury a Leather with the following Things in a blue Cloth a green Silk laced with a Pair of black Velvet three with C G a with a brown Spencer Wig a white Callico a Watch in a fingle Shagreen with Oold and with Maker's Name to be with a Steel and four viz. a fet in with a Coat of Bucks trippant a Cornelian fet in with an old Head a little Antique fet in and a Pebble fet in with a Stag's Head j a green with eight Guineas in a Great Coat the Portmanteau with other Whoever will bring the to Mr. in foall receive Ten Guineas Reward for the or proportionably for any Part. No greater Reward will be to be two Number B 531 and 532, payable to Peter and and by Whoever brings them to Mr. at the Bank of receive of him the Sum ef Ten or and no - They can be Ufe but to the Payment being at the LOST on Night from the Houfe of Mr. Francis at the Jacob's Well in a Quart Silver without a IWM on the the Ridge of the and the bottom Knob of the Handle broke off. to pawn or fell pray and give Notice to Mr. Poulter as and you have Two Guineas and no or if already 01 your Money again with ' TOLEN from a Houfe in Monday a full Pint Silver very much with a Silver and a Wooden one in and a Coat of Falcons Wings in a wore Whoever it to Mr. Knight and Co. in receive a Guinea Reward or whoever will the that fo as they may be be DROPT on Monday Night between and the End of to dropt in a yellow Sattin of. all with a Spread in the Whoever in near St. have at Guinea Reward or your Money No greater will be i-
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