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Daily Post (Newspaper) - May 2, 1744, London, Middlesex e Daily 7694 May 2, 1744. the Mail April 14. Grand Council of War baa been held at the Duke of wherein it was that die Neapolitan Troops take the Route of San the Spaniards inarch Mount is th Place where they are in cafe Prince attempts to penetrate into this K We have that a Secretary from the King of Poland is in his April 21. The laft Advices from the Army inform that Prince Lobkowitz was making all the for and that it was thought his would marcii into the Campania of in order to draw near the Mediterranean and penetrate into the Kingdom of Naples on that where he expects to he by Admiral April 2 y. whole Commitment to we mention M a few Weeks has been examined Times but always to any His Wife has alfo been and being with the foe has that her hufhand on a in Places in in order to a Rebellion and that during his Abode in this divers came to him frequently from that and ufed to have Conferences with him in the One of being the Court got him taken up at in being Co was but with as little as He has even been put to the but without getting any from He denies every tiling that his Wife and that nothing but the of her Sex and the Fear of the extorted fuch a from the Court is going on with his Some Letters from a General actually in the who quitted the Service of the Houfe of but a few Yeats have been found among Paris h May 1. The of State have within few His feems to give the chief Direction of Foreign to his with a Sev of State as an The Lord is. and goes frequently to in order to put the finishing Hand to the Private Affairs have his coming May 7. The Count de reckons to fet out Tomorrow for the French his Excellency having his is to declare his Molt that whenever their find obliged to take Part in tae War it will not be Regret but that as they are actually by the King of Great their to comply with the of 1(578, they on this from the with which they ufe to fulfil their Engagements and that being thoroughly of the Horror of the Evils which wait upon nothing could be more agreeable to than to the Time which that Treaty allows them to try the Effect of their Good Excellency is alfo to intreat his Moll by all the that may move to his the Low until fome new Expedients have been for bringing about an one Side for as ir were with Tears in their and the other a begging to Verfailles perhaps a PORT jo. The Saphire and Men of War remain in the with the Merlin and the Outward-bound as per Came down tne Eltham for Eaft and the for Wind S. W. the have for 1000 Gallons of and 10,0:0 Gallons of for the Ufe of the was held a Board of when their were to appoint Sir William Hewitt to be Captain of Man of of rebuilt at is to be We hear that the Sick and Hurt Seaman now under Cure in the of St. St. and finding to be of weekly and have the Lords of the Admiralty for and 'tis not doubted but their will them Mr. Richard who was Deputy of Newgate under the late Thomas was in Head Keeper of the faid before the Lord Mayor and Aldermen at in the room of the faid Mr. a the Great Seal to enable William D. L. to hold the of in the County and of together with the Rectory of in the County and of The fame Day a Great Seal to Richard M. A. Chaplain to the Lord the Rectory of in the Counry and of together with the Rectory of in the County and of Richard Mariner on board the Prince of was committed to the a Warrant from the Lords of the for Piracy committed on the High They write from that on Examination of the the French taken by his Ships Phoenix and upwards of 20,000 Yards of Gold Lace has been found fome which makes the Prize of greater Value than was at The the and the all from are taken and carried into From the London The French is to have at Valenciennes the 4th, and is expected at Lille on the 6th There is a flying Report here that has the Rhine at with a considerable and Battering Train of to lay Siege to and that the Elector was retired to Copy of a Letter fent by the Count de Grand of tbe by from en ibe of Aprily N. S. to tbe Count dz Goes at your in the that on the 20th the French and Spaniards made a fudden Attack upon the Intrenchments under The Beginning of the was very fo that they penetrated as far as the Poft where de Suze with three encouraging his Troops but he was taken After another having got Enemy with filch after a bloody Engagement with the he them to French and and 1200 were Among the on the Side of the are 1 de kufr dther Officers of the The General de las Minas is faid to have to Lofs of the French and Spaniards is to and the confirm but in it is there muft be The might have been able to retake Suze from the French and Spaniards as they for fear of killing they from Attacking that Troop of the Enemy which was carrying him oft The Lofs of the is computed at about 1700 but are not yet acquainted with the exact Number of the Officers and May 1. This Day a his at with Letters of the 2<5th N. S. containing an Account of what in the Attacks made on the 20th N. S. by the French and upon the King of Sardinia's in one of which they were with the Lofs of 6 or 7000 Lofs on the Side of the King of Sardinia being only of but in the other the Troops to abandon their and to retire into where they to fet fail for May 1. The following is a of the by the States to his fetter to their High of the of Uft AS foon as the Arrival of the Son of Pretender in and the Preparations that were there for invading your came to our we did not fail to make very Reflections upon and how contrary they Were to the and how much they tended to overturn your and the the and the Religion of the with the Maintenance whereof the of of our is inseparably We upon the made by your not to grant and to fend into with all the Expedition the Succour of fix in the It is a great Satisfaction to to have by your faid and to fee by the Letter of the 4'th which your hath us that out good and the fulfilling of our were agreeable to your France having afterwards thought fit to declare War your we no more than in the former upon the w hich made to us on the Part of your to give you the Succour of twenty Men of War conformably to the and we them to be with all the Diligence not but that the Effect of our good in this be as agreeable as was our And it has your to in your the entire Execution of the and to require by Virtue of that of 1^78, to enter into open Rupture with we hope that your will not take before we explain we take the Method our by that fame by our to bring about an equitable dation between the Parties at Wan before we To this End to lend with a to the Court of whom we already and Whom we will without Lois of And as the Order and Constitution cft our Government does not to come to a final in an Affair of this the States of the Provinces which our we will not delay a Moment to them of the Contents of your them to explain while we defire your to be that we this great and the it be attended to that we will give Attention to it that we are capable and that endeavour to give your Proofs of our to your as far as the Situation and Forces of the will more ardently to your of zpm Sincerity of our and of the high with which we - Your very humble The States-General ol the Low v - April X S. 17^4. of Gnat of the High Water at p ur the c - Sea was tdf 2fcaff,. 108 3 New South 141-. f 8rhs 14a. 17a to 174. 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