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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 4, 1943, London, Middlesex Tjhe Dafly Advertifcr. Numb. 3732. T U ESD AY, Jan u a r y 4, 1743. D^/,. January 2. jEMAIN in the Downs, the Dover, Lynn, Lyme, Fox, Deal-Caftle, Greyhound, and Peregrine Men of War, and Serpent Bomb ; the Montagu, Freeman, for Eaft India ; the King of Portugal, Hughes,, the Charming Molly, Johnfon, the Mar-madake, Bowman, the St. George, Hart, and the Francis, Warren, all for Lifbon ; the Dergent, Vowell, and the Neptune, Barch, both for Oporto; the Henrietta; Hood, for Gibraltar ; the Pretty Betfey, Reynolds, for Jamaica } and. the John and Elizabeth, Finch, for Havre de Grace. Came down, the Diamond, Goatly, for Leghorn; the Boulter, Weales, and the Braganza, Lyon, both for Lilbon ; and the Addington, Coppell, for Dublin. Arriv'd, the Black Prince, Bruce, from Maryland j and the --, Patlen, from Antigua. Juft arriv'd, his Majefty's Ship the Princefs Royal, from Jamaica. Wind S. W. Yefterday arriv'd two Mails from Holland. Stockholm, Dec. 18. Councils are frequently held at Court to deliberate upon the Means of raifing the neceflary Fujids, in Cafe the Nation fhould be obliged to continue the' War. with RuJJia: To that End, there is a Talk of Ieffening the Appointments of the Great Officers and other Perfons employ'd under the Crown. Letters from Bothnia advife, tfiat there has been fome (harp Rencounters between our Troops and thofe of Raffia; the Particulars whereof we impatiently expeft. Copenhagen, Dec. 22. The Preparations of War are not carried on with the fame Vigour as they have been, and it's believ'd, that in a fhort time they will be entirely countermanded. . Vienna, Dec. 22. It's affur'd that the Queen is with Child, and that her Pregnancy will fhortly be declar'd at Court. The Bifhop of Saltxbourg has refus'd to permit the Bavarian Troops to enter into his Country, and has .caufed the principal Pafles into it to be ftrongiy guarded. Count d'Ulefeidc, Great Chancellor of the Court, a few Days ago rec^iv:d anExprefs from London, winch occafion'd the holding 'of an extraordinary Council j. fince wnich Orders have bclen fent to the Troops in Bavaria, who, it's thought, will ;iot long remain in Winter Quarters. Madrii, Dec. 11. Two Ships, the one from the Ha-vamta, and the other from the South Sea, are arriv'd in the Ports of Gallicia. The Court has been inform'd by Letter's brought by the former, that the Englifh, by way of Revenge for the Enterprize of the Spaniards upon Georgia, had vigorously attack'd Florida ; but that, they had teen repulfed : That "they had likewife made an Attempt upon the Ports of Matanxas and Barracoa, in the Ifland of Cuba ; but had there likewife met with a ftrong Refiftance : That the Loffes which they had fuftain'd on thefe Occafions had caufed them to abandon the llefigns which they had form'd againft our Colonies ;-.and tHat Admiral Vernon and General Wentworth were preparing to return into Europe. The Ship from tlfe South'Sea brings News, that Admiral Piawro, with the Ships under his Command, had join'd the five others which the Viceroy of Peru had caufed to be equipp'd : That he had been all over that Sea without finding Commodore Anfon, or hearing any News of him : That the Inhabitants on the Coafts of Chili, who it has been reported were plunder'd by his- Squadron, affur'd him, that they had feen no Englifh Ship j fp that from thefe, and other Circumftances, it was prefum'd, that -Me. Anfon might poffibly have had the Misfortune to: perifft nv- the Storm which happen'd about the time of his coming into thofe Seas, and which occa-fion'd feveral other Shipwrecks. Letters From Cartagena advife, that five Galleys are gsing to be launch'd there, to fupply thofe which the Englifh burnt at St. Tropes;'j the Crew of the latter are to ferve on board the new otoei. They are alfo buildng fome Frigates. . Gfaoa, Dec. 19. The Sea has this Week been fo agitated, that the Spray of the Waves mounted 20 Foot above the Hpttfes upon the Shore near the Prifon of Malapaga: Drefden, Dec. 31. We. have receiv'd Advice, that on the-27thinftanttheGarrifon of Prague furrender'd toPrince Lobkowitz by Capitulation^. It confifted of three Battalions of Imperial Troops, and 2 or 3000 French, moft of whom axe fick. We alfo hear that Marfhal Belleifle is arriv'd at Egra, after an exceffive fatiguing March j and that the Bcdy-of Troops he carried out of Prague confifted of 3006 Horfe and 9000 Foot ; but that he loft above 2000 upon his March, as well by the exceffive Cold, as by the Huflars, who have alfo taken part of their Baggage. The Marfhal omitted nothing to delude the Enemy, either in the Manner of his March, or by the Report which he caus'd to be fpread abroad, that he went from Prague with only part of his Army, and that he had left 6000 Men there, under the Count de Baviere. The Motive of the latter was to procure as advantageous a Capitulation as poffible for the final! Carrifon 0f M. de Chevers. Egra, Dec. 27. The Marjhal de Belleifle' arriv'd here cn the 24th, and. the Advanc'd Guards of the Troops of this General alfo arriv'd at the Gates of this City, Yefterday. Frmcfort, Jan. 3. On the ift an Exprefs arriv'd from "Manheim, with Advice, that the Ele&or Palatine died there the DayNjefore, aged 81 Years 1 Month and 26 Day*. His Electoral Highnefs fucceeded in the Electorate his Brother John-William, who died the 8th of June 1716. It's faid that the Prince of' Sultzbach, his Succeffor, is out of Order. . ' Hamburgh, Dec. 3*1. , The following is an Extraft of a Letter fent from Mo/cow into foreign Courts. 'The Emprefs,-who, ever fince her vAcceffion to.the * Throne, has given many fignal Proofs of her Clemency, ' will now foon fhew the Effecls of her Generofity and ' Greatnefs of'SouL in refpeft to the Prince and princefs ' of'. Brunfwick. ' It has been reported in foreign Countries, that ,her ' Imperial Majefty was difpos'd to mitigate the Condemna-( tion of the State Criminals which fhe bahifh'd. into Siberia ' at her Acceflion to the Throne. From fuch an Aft-of * Favour as this it might undoubtedly1 be fuppos'd, that "they had by fome Means render'd themfelves ;wor�hy of ' it ; but fo far from that, that tho' they enjoy in their ' Exile all the Conveniencies of Life, inltead of making .a. ' good Ufe of this Favour, in afking Pardon of God for ' their Faults, and praying for the Prefervation of fo good ' a Sovereign, feveral of them, efpecially Count Munich * and Count Lewenwolde, have taken upon them to murmur ' in the moft indecent Manner, and to endeavour to make ' their Efcape; whereupon the Emprefs has order'd them ' to be more clofely confin'd, but that they fhall be pro-' vided for in the fame manner as before.' Parh, Dec. 28. The King has caus'd an Ordonnance to be publifh'd, for the raifing 236 Companies of Light Horfe, of 35 Men each, and 64 of Dragoons, each of 41 Men, to form 75 Squadrons. There are likewife other Ordonnances relating to the Army ; one for augmenting the German Infantry with 7 Battalions, each of 8 Companies of 80 Men, exclufive of Officers; and another for augmenting the Body of Huflars with 4 Squadrons of 150 Men each ; befides which will be rais'd 36 new Companies of Huffars, of 50 Men each. The Receivers-General have agreed to furnifh the Royal Treafury with the Sum of 71 Millions in the four firft Months of the next Year. Liege, Dec. 3i/.\:We learn from Gia>et, that the French are affembiing a\t%% of Troops in thofe Parts, to obforve the Motions oPtfe^uftrians and their Allies; and that a great Number of ^^kia are filing off* towards the Dutchy of Bar, and upqn'the Frontiers of Luxembourg. Bruffilsj,' Jan.:^^ The States of Flanders have caufed 800060 Floi^p^jp be remitted to the Military Cheft, -.in part of the VicK3Gcft,-which they have granted to the Queen of Hungary: And w� hear that the Brewers of this City have likewife advanced 200000 Florins, upon
-iv>',' the ^ri cf'January, at Ten o'Cteck in tbt Foraiotr. let Chairman it to take the Chair at E/evta Clockprecifely. Note,. Benc-f'ft.Vns to' ffic ukfuT and va'uaWe Puipoies n and Co. in Spring-Garden; Mr. Ihxc Waldo, in Bie.id-Stre.-t; or to Mr. La\v:ence Col?, th-:r Secretary, .it ibe Ra;nbow CofFee-Houfe in Oornhill, who are authonz'd to take Sabfcripti�ns, and to rece've occafionii; Donaticas or annual Payments. All BenefadVons are.tf ported at the nextGen-ra^Mcsting of the Sodety, proper Acknowltf-gments are made, ^nd nn ex-�l R^g'fter kept, to wheh any' Perlbh, may 'apply that has already contribute!!, or flniixbe \yillmg to do fo.'"' ' r' . � . v And for 'the Sat/sfa&!on of the Publ:ck, and the Encouragement of wtil-diipos'd Perfpns tupromote fogood a Work, pr.r.ted counts will be given ' y J Ur-s li-ltAiKii in the , HAY-.MARKET, this Day, being the 4th of January, will be pa&nnM'a'new OPERA, calTd �.-'E~^"";'N RICO. '" With Dances and other Decorations entirely naw. " '�' Pif"�ld Boxei to be put together ; and nol^crfbns to be ad.ukted without Tickets, which will be deiWerM this Day at'the Office in uVHiy-Market, at Half a Guinea each. Gallery'Five Shillings. '�> - � By His MAJESTY'b Ccminand, ^ "No Per'(vi Nyhatever to iie^adrriirted .behind the Scenes. ' The Gallery'will be; open'd at Four o'Clock, Pit and Boxes at Five.. " To beg'n at Six o' Clock. The. Silver Trcirts-ivili bf tie'.i'vtr'd to the Subftribers
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