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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 6, 1943, London, Middlesex                                f ft U R S D AY, J a � u A * V 6, 1743. mm DtaL January jy ~Wcl IS Morning failed fot the River, the Serpent Bomb. ArrivM* the -, Eafbnj fifcnt Oporto; and the. Plymouth Tranfpor^ Underwood, from Shoreham. Cafflcdown, his Majefty's Ship Che Liverpool; the Parnatfizs, Johnfon, for Jamaica; and the Charles, Arnell, forGuiney. Remain in the Downs, the Dover, Lynn, Pearl, Princefs Royal, Lyme, fox, Deal-Caftle, Greyhound, and Peregrine Men of War j frith the outward-bound Ships. Wind S. W. din Ext raff of a Letter from Ratisbon, dated Dee. 31. � The Emperor ufes his utmoft Efforts in moft of the � Courts in Germany, in ordered bring about the Concludon * of a Peace between his Imperial Majefly and the Queen * of Hungary, by the powerful Mediation of the Empire. 'Tis true, that feveral Princes and Circles have already affur'd the Emperor of the Satisfaction they (hall receive in employing themfelves in fo juft an Affair, on the effecting of Which the Glory of the Head of the Empire, and the Prefervation and Welfare of all Germany, fo much depends 2 but then the whole Germannick Body does not think in the fame favourable Manner of the Emperor; for we are well affur'd, that more than three fourths of the Empire are, and will continue to beinclin'd in favour of the Court of Vienna, efpecially fo long as the French (hall remain in Germany, and that the Em-pej-orperiifts.in adhering to his Alliance with Lewis XV. ' As the Court of France feems no longer to be in a Difpofition of fquandering its Gold to obtain its Defigns, and as Marflial Belleiile is at prefent otherwise employed than to cajole the Powers of Germany into Schemes deftruftive to themfelves, feveral Circles are preparing to arm themfelves, which gives very great Unealinefs to the Emperor, wbo has been inform'd of the Treaty of Union fecretly concluded between the Circles of Swabia and Franeonia for their mutual Defence '. The principal Points of which Treaty are as follow: 1. The perfect Re-eftablifhment of the antient Communication between the two Circles, in order to affift each other with Council, and jointly fupport one another with their Forces upon every Emergency againft the Enemies of the Empire. 2. To hold eternally infeparable the Interefl of the two Circles, particularly in every thing which regards their fefpe&iveTranquility and Security, and the generalRepofe of the Empire. 3. The two Circles engage to* furnifh, and fet on loot with all poffible Expedition, a considerable Body of regular Troops, which are to be cloath'd, main-tain'd,and provided with Arms and other Military Utenfils, for fo long time as the Troubles (hall continue mGermany. 4. It is agreed to join to the above Troops all the Miiiua that can pcifibly be raifed in the two Circles, and to furnifh every Body that is well inclin'd to the Service of their Country with Anns, in order to enlarge this Body, and render it refpeclable in the Field. 5. .Both Circles confent to repair, and put into the belt Condition of Defence, all the Fortreffes and ftrong Places within their Dominions, in order to oppofe all tnofe who would take Refuge there, or any way violate the Neutrality. 6. It is ftipulated, that the Generals and Officers who fhall command the regular Troops and Militia, which fhall be employ'd for the Defence of the two Circles, fhall be appointed in Concert. In Confequence of the above Treaty, the Duke Adminiftrator of Wurtemberg has de-clar'd, that he is inclinable to re-eftablifh and cultivate an Alliance with the two Circles. Part of thefe Troops are already affembled, and more than half of the Cavalry was mounted, and in good Order. The Duke of Wurtemberg intended to confer with Cardinal Schonborn, the Directors, and other Members of the Circles, about drawing up a-Declaration, in order to bepubhth'ci : And as to the Duke himfelf, he has declar'd, that lie fhould be always ready to concur with all his Forces to every thing which ftall be judgMneceJl'ary for the Safety and Defence of the" two Circles, notwithitanding the Treaty of Neutrality which the Circle of Swabia has Separately enter'd into for its particular Security.' LONDON. *Tis {aid his Majefly will go to the Houfe of Peers on Tuefday next, to communicate to the Parliament fonie Alliances lately concluded. The Two Brothers, Capt. Wigmore,  that fail'd for Dunkirk five Weeks ago, not having been heard of fince, it's fear'd that fhe is loft in the late bad Weather, or is fallen into the Hands of the Spaniards. Very large Infurances are made on the Liberty, Capt. Halfnight, from Dunkirk for London, it being fear'd lhe has fufter'd the fame Fate. It was Yeflerday reported, that the ParnaiTus, Capt. Johnfon, bound to Jamaica, was loft in the Downs; but we are affur'd that fhe was fafe there, at Two 0'Clock in the Afternoon, the Day before, when the Poll came from thence. A large Greenland Catt run on Shore laft Tuefday on the Woolpack, but is, wc hear, got off mice with very little Damage. 'fhe Bifhop of Norwich has prefented the Rev. Mr. James Windham to the Vicarage of Wafhbrooke and Rectory of Capdock, both in the County of Suffolk. On Monday laft Frere, Efq; Wat married to Mrs. Burfell, at Beckinham in Kent, Daughter of Peter Burrell, V a: Sub-Governor of the South-Sea-Company; an agree-,!o�ng Lady. �f.^r*at Merit and Fortune. Sunday next two Charity Sermons will be preach'd in .'arifh Church of St. Bartholomew the Great, for the .fit of the Charity Children of the faid Parifh ; that in Morning by the Right Rev. Father in God Ifaac Lord op-of St. Afaph ; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev.  e>kjhire. Printed for S. Auften, remov'd frcm Sr. Paul's Church-Yard^ to the Angel and Bible in Newgate-Street; and fold by the fiocklcilers in Town and Country. PS. Thofe Perfons who have not yet tnken ;n Mr, Stac.Vhouf'.-'s Hiftory of the Bible, and aredefirous at being Subfoibci-s thereto, may i.evin wth No. I. and go on progreffively for only Od. -j W^k till t!v v/hrlc VvVrk is complete ; therefore fuch as will give Direction to S. Auitcn, in St. Paul's Church-Yard, the Proprietor and Printer of this Undertalcinc, fh'U have a Number for 6 d. fent them to any Part of die Town cvi-ry S-funlay, being the Day of Publication. CT'HE Independent Inhabitants of the City and Liberty of Westminster, are defird to meet at the Crofs-Keys Tavern in the Strand, Tomorrow, being the Jth infant, at Six 'ig-3ox, with a brown Spencer Wig j a white Callico Waiftcoat r a Watch,In a fingle Shagreen Cafe, with Gold Rims, and ftudded with Gold, the Maker's Name fuppos'd to be Pike, with a Steel Chain, and fstSt Seal*', viz. a Kerry-Stone fet in Gold, with a Coat of Anns, three Facia truant j a Cornelian fet in Gold, with an old Head j a little Antique fet ih-Cold, and a Pebble fet in Pinchbeck, with a Stag-'*- Head j a green Purle* with eight Guineas in if; a Great Coat feften'd to the-outiioe of the Portrhinteau j with feveral other Things t Whoever will brmg the lame to Mr. Shaw, Goldimith, in Gerrard-Street, Soho, fliall receive Tea Guineas Reward'far the whole, or proportionably for any Part. Note, No greater Reward will be oflTer'd.. ,. TOLEN laft Night, between the riours of Six and Seven, out of the Houfe of Mr. Lambert, in Exeter-Street in' theSrrand, the following Particulars, viz. a plain Gold Hoop-Ring ; a white enamell'd Ring, with M. Knightly, aged to: a Ring, with a Gai net Heart, and a Coronet on the Top j a Gold Ring, with a Chryftal, having three Sparks on one Side, and one on the other, two being dropt out; a Patch-Box, with an Amber Head, a Pearl Bottom, and a Silver Rim, with Glafi in the infidc; plain and laced Caps, Cambrick Handkerchiefs, Ruffles, and feveral other Things. Whoever brings them to Mrs. Jones, at Mr. Lambert's as above, fhall have Four Guineas Reward, and no Que'fiions afk'd. If offer'd 10 fell or pawn, pray ftop them, and the fame Reward fliall be given j or if already pawn'd or fold, your Money again with Thanks. LOST on Tuefday the 7th of December laft, between Covent-Garden and Temple-B.ir, a ftnall Silver Watch, tihe Maker's Name Scafe on the Dial-Plate, and on the infide WTill. Scafe, No. 407, with a triangular Chryftal Seal, bearing on one Sitle a Head j the other a Bacchus ftridinc on a Tun, wirh this Infcription, To tbe beft in Cbnflendom ; and the other a Creft. Whoever will bring th: fame to Mr. Williim Stafc, Watchmaker.- near Guildhall. London, fhall have Four Guineas Reward, and no Queftions alk'd ; if pawn'd or fold, your Money again with Thanks. OST on Chriitma<-Day laft, oniddSiihflow-- Heath,  between Crainford and Harlinton, Maker's Name Buxton, with a BraJs Chain gilt.   W fame- to Mr. William Dolley's, Ironmonger, facing fhall have Twj Guineas Reward, and no Queftions aik the fame Reward will be given OLLN   at- fundry Timej Ground of Mr. Thomas Smith, at the Globe Planks arid Pofts. Whoever'will difcover the Perfon i� taking away the fcms, fo that he or they .may I ftiafl riceive of the iud Mr. Thomas Smith Half a Si   

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