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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 13, 1943, London, Middlesex ? H tf R S i> At J a-V * 13, January fx. War HE Princefc Royal Man of remains. Wind N. W. Yefterday arriv'd a Mail fro Holla n.d- Prague, Jan. $. After the Rnench Garrifon had left the City, 5 or I600 Huflaxs fpread the the Jews Quarter, and began, by way of Refentment to .the "People fcf that Nation; who had teen accused of having favour'd the French, to plunder feveral of their Hoiifes. Prince lobkowitz being inform'd of this, immediately fent a Detachment of 500 Drago * �- - full Hour pafs'd before that could bt accomplifh'd, fo Hoflars animated. Some of them spter^iL m________ Levi, the Banker, and brought out their Ops full of Gold and Silver, and great Quantities of Cloths, and other EfFe�s, which they faid had been left there by the French. Prince Lobkowitz obliged the Huffars to reftore every thttig to the Jews that he could. There was certainly juft Caufe to fulpeft them of being attached to the French, notwithstanding the Feint they made during the Siege, of being defirous of introducing the Auftrians into the Place. For this Reafon Prince Lobkowitz has declat'd, that ihp Queen would inftantly eltablifli a Com-jniilioa for examining with the utmoft Exactitude the (Sondufl which-the Jews have obferv'd on this Occafion. Prague, which lias always with Juitice pafs'd for one of the �jnoft fuperb Cities in Germany > will long feel what it has fufFer'd by this Siege, its magnificent Palaces, wherein j the Opulence of the Bohemian Nobility difplay'd itfelf, j are reduced to fo diff were in before the Siege. Several other Edifices are in die withm two L'e^es tifAmbirg, iindarepurfuing't^e-Frehclii Trobn^UcV^ in-order to h&rafs them m their March. ^ Franc/oft, Jan. 13. -They write from Manbaini, that feveral Alterations have been already made in .the Miniftry of the Palatine Court, and that the Marquis d*Ktre has been declar'd Prime Minifter there. A "Reform has alio been made in the ordinary Expences of the Court. Francfori, Jan. 13. The Emperor has receif'd Letters from the-Chevalier de la Rofee, his Minifter ztBtrlin, containing the ftrongeft Affurances of the Refolution of the King of Pruffia, to contribute by all poffible Means towards eftablifhrng the Peace of-the Empire, and fupporting tie-Dignity of his Imperial Majefty. Letters from the fame Minifter give room to hope, that his Pruffian Majefty will employ his good Offices for caiifing the new Plan of Pad* fication to be accepted. Leeuwarden^ Jan. 15. happily in her Pregnancy,-wjfh'd. - Bmjfelsi Jan. 14. On the x ith inllant there arnVd here, from Mechlin a Train of Artillery, confiding of fixteen Pieces of Cannon and four Mortars, together with all Neceffaries relating thereto ; as alfo twenty-fix Waggon- Loads of Gunpowder, &c. A great Number of Battering-Pieces is alfo fliortly expetfsd from Antwerp, and other Places. All which is to be tranfported to Luxembourg. The Princefs of Orange advances and h as well as can be There has been fixM up in this City a Convention made between the Queen of Hungary and the States General of the United Provinces, for the giving up on each Side of all Deferters. We are this Moment inform'd, that Prince Charles of Lorrain is return'd to the Army. fame State, Jefuits, wherein L O N D O N. Soldiers had been quarter1 d, in order to curb the Students, whom Marihal Belleifle was not otherwife able to reilraim The Day after the French left this City, tht-re was a Cavalcade of the Scholars, accompanied with very fmgular Demonitrations of Joy, making the Air eccho with Cries of Lang live the Queen; there were Bonfires, Illuminations, and other Rejoicings, for four Days fucceffively. Laft Night feveral Burghers, and other Perfons, accufed of having afted too openly for the French, were taken out of their Beds ; others have abfeonded. An ExtraS uf a Letter from Naples/ dated Dec. 25. 1 The Day before Yefterday we perceived, with much Surprise^ the Efiglift Man of War, calPd the Durfiey * Galley, reappear in this Bay. The Commander of this * Ship having landed in a Chaloupe, went immediately * afterwards, with Mr. Allen the Britifh Conful, to the * Houfe of the Duke de Montalegre, Secretary of State, to * whom he deliver'd a Letter from Admiral Mathews, * containing Complaints of the Non-Obfervance of the His Majefty has been pleas'd to appoint the Right Hon. the Earl of Lincoln to be one of the Lords of his Bedchamber, in the room of the E.trl of Eflex, deceasM, On Tuefday laft: General Wentworth, who lately arriv'd from Jamaica, waited on his Majefty at St. James's. Lieutenant Gor. :s .ippointtjd Captain of a Company in Col. Pawlet's RegM��ent of Marines. On Tuefday d'* Lady Right Rev. Dr. ii< ujamin Hoadley, Bifeop of Winchefter, at his Houfe in Grofvenor-Squ;.re. hut will be alfo apprehended and tried at a Court-Martial as Deferters. Tho. Gorbett. � ^- -; Admiralty-Office, 12 January, ffyi.^ ,cy^>HJSf Lords Commifjioners bf the Admiralty ^. having.ordered his"Majefty 'r Skip the M
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