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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 10, 1943, London, Middlesex # 4 �* I � ^ Th Ftaler Numb. 3 73 jr. MO N D AY, J a n u, a r y id, 1743. January 8,.. EMAIN, the R&n of War, and the Outward-bound. ArriVd, the Rogers, Johnfon, from Mar/land. Wind S. W, Since our kit arrived three Mails from Fr a n c �j and twp from The Troops under th� Comthand of �tince Ldbkowitz j * Men* which were all that were enable of marchirig} c fliould be permitted to go otit with their Arms, Baggage, * and ail Military Honours, and that thofe who were fick * fhould do the like as they recover1 d j that Care fhould bc Ho l l a.n d. The Number lc fro Mcfcow, Die. 13. of Perfons which the Emprefs has Siberia, where they were banifh'd under amount* to above 10000. The caird ho the preceding Reigns, Princefs Ghetitni, Sitter of Donduck-Ombo,- Kan of the Cal-much, Tributaries to Rujfia, lately arrived here, and has had a publick Audience of the Emprefs, in which lhe com- ?limented her Imperial Majefty upon her Acceffion to,the "hrone, arid delivered to her a Letter from her Brother, containing AiTuranCes that the Subjects of that Prince arc ready, upon all Occafions, to facrifice themfelves for the Service of the Crown of Rujjia. This Princefs at the fame time made the Emprefs a valuable Prefent. She feems defirous to ftay here fome time, in order to inform herfelf of the Manners/of the Europeans, Peterjburg, "Dec. 18. The Englilh Merchants refiding in this City made great Rejoicing dpoh the Nomination of the Duke of Holftein to be Succeffor to the Throne of Rujfia ; and there was on this Occafion, at the Houf'e of Mr. Thom$fon> Conful of Great Britain, a magnificent Entertainment, at Which were the Prince of Holftein Beck, Prince JoufoupofF, Privy Counfelfor, and Prefident of the Council, of Commerce, arid ail the Members of that Coundl. Stockholm, Dec. 8. The Day that the News was received of the Duke of Bolfteirfs having embraced the Greek Religion, a Secret Committee was appointed to regulate the Suceeffion to the Own. After deliberating, fome Days upon this Subjed, the Committee made a Report to the States of their Refolution, and alfo of that of the Senate, the Subftance of which is, * That as the Duke of Holftein .* had changed his Religion, the Ele&ion made -in hi* Fa-Vvour was of no Effeft, that Prince having thereby, ioft With the HoiTars and Hungarian Nobles. Bareith, Jan.6: The .Army of Marthal feticide refted at Egra from the 17 th\of laft Month to the 2d of this, when the firft Column" march'd again to advance towards the Danube, and was follow'd the next Day by thefecond. ; Berlin, Jan. 5. We learn frbm Prague, that Prince Lobkowitz is preparing to fend a large Detachment of his Troops towards Egra, in order to bJock up the Place, or at leait prevent the French from making Incurfiohs into the neighbouring Circles. Manheim, Jan. c. On the ift inftant the Prince of the Meaflesj was �in The.S^tf the igdpm having taken jhisitejplution e jett ^xtf-tQ Flints It's added, that tK� General bad, at the- fame, time fcffcen.a confiderable fcmeof Hay: - that*be iavmgWfK^y the=5ear ftomfrag&fh&i defeated.^ taken a YaxtM Ketdc4>r� Prifoners. and carried off a Jan. 5. Sult%bach, who is quite recovered fro: proclaimed Eledtor; and the fame Day the Minifters of State, Generals, &c. took the Oaths of Fidelity to his Ele&oral Highnefs. Haniburgb, Jan 4. The Ruffian Refident here has received News, that the Gongrefswill certainly be topen'd at Abo before the End of this Month. Letters from Mofctpw dated the 23d of December advife, that It had been .refoly'd there to alfemble an Army of 30000 Men near theCafpian Sea, in order to obferv* the Motions of Iharnas Kouli Kan, and to prevent him from violating the Treaties which fubfift between him and the Crown of Rujjia. Brujfeh, Jan. 10. On the 3d inftant there arriv'd an Exprefs from the Hague, the Difpatches ^yhereof appeared to be very agreeable to the Government. This Morning the Earl of Stair receiv'd an Exprefs from London ; iince which it's reported that the Hanoverian andHeffianTroops will immediately take Winter Quarters in the Country of Bergueandjuliers, and that in the room of the Hanoverians waich ,axe in the Principality Of Liege, 4000 Ehglifh will go there. The Deputies of the States of Flanders went away from hence on the 7th, after having put into the Military Cheft 1600000 Florins. tiague, Jan. 9. The following are fome authentick and freih Particulars relating to the French evacuating, and the Auftrians entering into Prague. ' Marihal Belleifle, after the railing the Siege of Prague, * exa&ed two new Contributions upon,the Inhabitants. tf The Nbblefle, the JEcclefiafticks, and others who had * any Effefts left, in order to furiiilh their Quota of the ' latter, wereoblig'd to part with every thing they had that ' was valuable. This General only took a Field-Train ' along with him. The heavy Cannon which he left in the * City amounted to near 300 Pieces, befides a very confiderable. Magazine which the French left in the Caftle. em;: atnpuht^ -to near 4500: T* s. are left to attend them. MarfhaJ e took with him-about forty of the'*principal Inhabitants as * Hoftages; but fome of them wire left UTOH:'thiJbad half * ftkn^d with'Cold.*. the .Evenifl&'W^e^ French 4 march'd 'but'of Br^i^ t^^^^^^'^- adds, thjrt atoye Wer to 6ftr ale Reglm^Jt Standards, t de&l of. Ba them|hat they tte nest Day. the . T, .^ PJace, aa :hy; way'�f fcveral I - - rifel for .wftst had ps&'4 when Mm juft learnt that fome Pro- He .i rtors/are alr^iy^^ome "; TtceivM a letter ; pojEoonsfhas oten iftad^ tefe Generals, te " the kings qi.Sp^i m Paris k^SL -it r^V ei�,hi5. Britanhick he has at: Heart ropofes to his Majefty, alfetf mA the rdftrtrmg the^gtoeral # i^nguincy, j^ropoies to ms j fetperial- ; waiie^ Mea�s df^ecoxi2E^fion between *� Thar a^FireiiM; hiia and tte!^eq:i Hmgery. * ' ' ' this.M^ith>f,Jannarj^*r%-' ' - - - - - Egra, who had brdu^it^ arrived ^ere with irieraff^di-gt-:frffaffis from B:V^St: M^al; iJ^lieifle was ;/for bfiHdinff of ^Preparationsjcontihue to } Ships.at$reft,K ture (^^rA)^7, wfitch Will ^ then be 40ck>6 Men. There 19 miKjiTTalk here of an Aflbciation of fome bf the Chrfes* of ite'Einpire^ for preferring the tranquility of ^he ;Germannick: Body, and. preveotine the Flame of the I fiaifh'd; and. w? entirely coafumW^^tthV:^ ;oCcafiansd bj^this Fire amounted lo^^^eMi^^ ' "' That on the 7th-i and Secretary fat Wa^^dicdf of a^\A|�|Sl^xy>; andllthat the King has appointed ^&!t:d*Argcnfdn to fucceed Him as Secretary at War;;7: g any loiigerVi Stat&^of the , - _^ pire, apptbVe of 'thfe Projectfejt' j�e Circlet)f Sivabia; it's faid, oppofes it, under Pretence that fijth a Step wpdd be aftmgrpntr^ty to the Nfiutrality, &c, brtfden, Jan. 6. We receiv'd Advice Yefferday from Egra^ that theYrench were making Di^blftiohs there, as I. Prince of Cpnti. thai-Mai Inn^and the- Ijer, was: come with did greateft Part of his Troops into die Neighbourhood, of Ratijbon, having Ipft the other jPart near Braunau, under the Command of the 1 taken of them daring their IHnefs; and that whenever 'there fhould b'fr i^o, or more, in a Condition tomnrch^ 1 they fliould be efedrted to the next Poll the FrenchAould * be in.Pofleffion of, and provided with as many Waggons c for riieir Baggng^e as they ffiould have.Oc?Afion��-for.an *" their March.1 H'ht latter Part of thefe Atfide? felatikg to tie Sick was not granted, but all that were left1, bith Ojjictrs and Soldiers, were to be* Prifoners of War. L N D O N. On Saturday, about Four o'Clock, died at Kenfington; the Right Hon. William Capel, Earl of EiTex, Vifcctmt Malden,and Baron Capel of Had ham, one of the Lords of the Bed-Ghamber to his Majefty, Captain cf the Yeomen of the Guard, Lofd*Lieutenant and Cuflos Rotuiorum of the County of Hertford, one of his Majefty's moft Hon. Privy Council, and F. R. S. His Lord(hip has left Iflhe feveral Children, and is fucceeded in Title and Eftate by the Lord Yifcount Maiden, his eldeft Son, a Minor, The fame Day died; of a lingering Illnefs, at her Hoofe on the Terras in St, James's Street, near ninety Years ..bf Age, the �ady Chariotta de Rucy, a French Lady, of a great Family in that Kingdom, and who has refided here on Account of her Religion ever fince King William's Reign; by her Death a confiderable Peniion reverts to the Crown. On Thurfday the Corps of the R'g't Hon. Lady Elizabeth Compton, was carried out of Town to be interr'd at Comptoh in Warwickshire, the Burying-Place of that noble and antient Family. She was the Daughter of the Right Hon. the late Earl of Northampton, Sifter of the prefenfEarLof Northampton, and the Right Hon. George Gompton, Efq; one of the Lords of the Treafury, and his Excellency Charles Compton, Efq; Envoy at Lilbon, and Niece to the Earl of Wilmington, Firft Lord Commiffioner of the Treafury. Her Ladyfhip hzd been long ill, which fhe bore with wdncterful Patience^ and died with' the greateft ;Refignation, and was in all Reipedts an Ohia^ ent to her ^ex; !;We hear fromBriftol, that Sir Abraham Elton, Bart, on his coming to Town on Monday Night from his Seat at Clevedon, where he had been keeping his Chriftjnas; aijd then hearing Admiral Vernon was on board his Majefty's Ship the Boyne, in Kingroad^ on Wedilefduy Mormrtg'Tent .hiiBrot\^wilh..'hji^^ch and Si#, ^ domplrmeiitthe ' Adnuraf:.qn Kis Arrival^ :and to invite him to his Soafe. 'On SaQirday Mornings at Ten 6'Clock, an Exprefs aiTiy'd at the Admiralty-Office fromPortfroouth witliAdvic^. t&at his Majefty's Ship the Defiance arriv'd fafe at Spiahead on .Friday in the Afternoon from Jamaica; and that General" . Wentworth, who was PaiTenger in her, was landed at Porff-xnouth in gefq^ Health. f We have Advice from Jamaica, that (�apt. Fowkes, Commander of die Gibraltrtr, fiaS had the Command of theSea-Horfegiveh him by the Admiral;
JSfeph BeaftoW, ^�fq; an v eminent Scarlet Dyer, and formerly Deputy to 'Sir John Barnard. Laft Week a Captain in the Army, who was going to Bath in-a Poi^Chgue, was ftopt near Sandy-Lane by two Highvv'aymen, . ode of which told him he wanted but a Guinea, whi<^h^Jite. ,hop^d -he ihoijld foon be-able^ta pay him ig^i^^J^t^ gaye. "hinirthe 'Guinea,and-*the Fellow.gave* the Driver of-the ChaHe^a Shilling, and told the Gentlethan if he was- ftopt agaiVby Sii^Body to"fey Virgin. Mary]' dbat being.. the^Word (or the* Day.- #
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