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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 15, 1943, London, Middlesex * r 1 i 4 * + 4 4 * #4* is 4 t vkh A y, j a n u a 5 743 i F Deal, January 13 EMAIN Princefs Majefty's Ships &e Military eibathine to filch ebmmiffarieS as his Serene I Fleet-Street with feveJ-al Ladies, to fhew them ihe Satprjfls* and Shark Wind E. N' E. ' : Yefterday arriv'd a Mail HoLL AN D. 4..* I Mo/cow, Dec. zo. It it reported at the French Minifter refiding re, is negodatipg a new Treaty Commerce. Tie Emprefc has aced Ordonnance, which prohibits the wear: irt>ider'd Cloaths. There is alfo another twhlifh'd, by which all Jews are order'd to depart fro* VT�*,J _i.A ^ ^---^ Chriftian RSli -onlefi' they this Empire, gion ; and they axe not to carry with them any jewels, Treafure in Gold or Silver. They Highhefs fhould think fit to appoint to reoeiigp them. Officers of the new Troops are alfo ordered t^ppear Detore the Spanilh Cdmmanders of the feveral Diftrifts of that Dutchy. By another OrdonnanCe the Cities and Country are en/oinM to give in an Account of what Number of Cattle, and Qaantity of Corn, �c. they are poffefc'd of; and the fending of any out of Savoy is forbid. Paris, Jan. 14. The Prince of Campo Florido, the SpanjIb^AmbafTador, has received an Express from Chathlery, with Ijetters, which advife, that the King of Sardinia's Army had rep^fe'-d the Mountains to return into Piedmdnh Bryffch, jjfA. 17. . The States of Brabant are vfwjfc-niohM to an extraordinary Meeting, to deliberate on fome Affairs to be communicated to tnem on the Pact of'the which Sight the Lad fliew'd the utmoft Satisfa&ion. - Abuhdance of People dailv refort to fee Perrons Artificial Garden, in the Five Fields, Chellea, whigh coniifts of Trees eight Foot high, bearing Oranges, Lemons; Peaches* Ne&arines: and Rofesi illuminated with mote Qu them in Copper Th^Privy-Counfellor; Count Goloflcin, Ambaffi feat by the Einptefs to JariJUw, to fee the late Ihtke Cm-land, is returned, arid reports, that the Duke is very much aged; that his two Brothers are devoured "with Melancholy, and that General Bifinarck is become a Valetudinarian. It is reported here, that fome HolHlitie? haVe been committed -between'bur Troops and thofe of �ha?rtas KouH Kan upon the Frontiers. Stockholm, Jan. 4. The four Orders of the Kingdom have pafc'd a Law, that no Prince fhall for the future lay Claim to, or poffcfs the Crown of Sweden, uulefs he conforms to the Lutheran Religion i and whofoever :ihall tft contrary to this Law, fhall be deemed a T^itor, and an Enemy to hk Country. *..... The Council of War has made a Report of their Enquiry Conduft of the Genetals Leewenhaupt and Hague, Jan. 20. *j*Hnary and ?knipofteitfte*y iktto tfi^^Emprefe of" ?t*ffi*i has received Letters from Mofcow and Petet-fittrg of the lateft Date, by which it's faid that Princefs is in perfeft Health; that ihe was preparing to leave Mofcow9 and return to Peter/burg; and that every thing was in perfect Tranquility at Court; fo been fpread to the conti Contempt, as groundlefs Perfons. r muft be look'd upon with and forged by ev d-minded L O N D O N. into _,nbroek; by which they have determined that General Leewenhaupt has veYy illy difcharged his Duty as a Commander in Chief of the Army, both by letting 'flip an Opportunity to attack the Enemy, and by weakly-refilling of^them at Times . when he ought to have afted with Vigour. The General, m Anfw^r to this Charge throws the Blame upon the Orders he receiv'd from the Council, whofe InftruOTOns, he afiedges, tlire^rd jm Aftiow. The Order of the Peafants. who itas * been very attentive Mr. Serjeant Leeds is appointed a Juftice of Common-Pleas, in the room, of SirThoma Maj Affair, has taken the Opportunity priti Enquiry be made into all the Intrigues nv&ftb occafiond - - - " * ~ The Order of I mouth Chief Baron of the Exchequer. Yefterday Admiral Vernbn St. James's, and ftaid there fom< Yeilerday the Right Hon. the Lord Staweli took his Seat in the Houfe of Peers, in the room of his Brother, deceased* 'Tis talk'd* feveral Peers will foon be created. The Winchefter Man of War, from Gibraltar, and the Vernon, Gapt. D&nn, from Smvrna. are both arriv'd-at falmouth s who beautiffil LoftreS of or Vaux-Hall. What is mote furprifing in it, is, that tne Company Which hath been in it have been at a Lofs to find their Way bat. Altho' he \i gratified in a handfome mannfer by the Nobility and Gentry, yet he (hews it his Cdftomers if theylpend but Sfac Pence each Perfon. This Evening will be perform'd^ At the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lanfc, Kiii| �ear. At ihe Theatre Royal in Covent-Gardcn, 'ihe Siege ,of Ba^^a^ Berfe^ and Andromeda; High Water at London-Bridge this Day at j$ Minutes after 2 in the Morning, and 54 after % in the Afternoon. ���� 1 ^ ������� � 1 � 1 I m* im 11 ���^i � Yefterday Bank Stock was 142 7 8ths a 3. India Stock 178 1 half. South-Sea Stock m 3 4th*. Ditto Old Annuities 1133 4ths a 7 8ths. D;Uo New 114 1, 4th. Three per Cent. Annuities 101 7 8ths. 7 8ths. Million Bank 118. the Dividend. Aflurance 11 5 ditto, no Price. Equivalent Royal Affurancc 8tlis. _ 1 " 1 Ditto 1742, roi 11 o, without 83 3 4ths, Engliih Copper 4I. 7s. 6d. African, no Price. Sevtn per Cent. London WeUh -Emperor's Loan 110 3 4ths. F:ve per Cent.^ditto 76. New Bank Circulation 3I. 17s. 6d. Prem. JntHfeBonds 4!. 7s. a 8s. Prem. Three 1 half Salt Tallies 2, Ptcm: Threet 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders c, Prem. Difc Three per )f Abfence givm to the P twa DaVs before parted with-the Man of War the War between this Kingdm and Ruina. the Burghers are of the feme Opinion in relation to this Mattel-. Hamburgh, Jan. x$. The Queen Dowager of Denmark died at Nanderr in^Jutland the 7th inftant, 6f the Small-Pox. . Tht-fca Advices^ from Berlin Bring, that the Marquis Valori, the French Minifter there, had delivered to the King a new Plan of an Accommodation between the Emperor and the Queen of Hungary, and that this Minifter iad a Conference with Count. Fodewilz and t�e Lord Hyndfbrd on that Sobjeft. , Madrid, Dec. 25. An Edift has lately been publifti'd here, bv-which the Kine has increafed the Duties of Goods A new Convoy from Turky, all % William, Capt. Laws, that fail'd to Rio de jan- St. Kit's. Admiralty-Office, 1 1 January, 1742. in room^f ihe late Mr Taytor, deceas'd. Laft Thurfday Night died at his Houfe in Lombard Street, Mr. Francis Collins, an eminent Goldfmith anc Jeweller. The fame Evening died Major Allen, an eminent Con fe&ioner, at his Home in Gracechurch-Street. at Chatham for the Sea, in ivbich Ship tkey will be paid their Wages for the Sheernefs and Royal Efcape, and two Months Wages Advance ; but if any of the faid Petty Officers and Men-fail to repair on board the faid Ship Princefs Royal, they will not only lofe the afore-mention*d Payments, hut will be alfo apprehended and tHed at a Court-Martial Deft 1 Iho. Corbett. ' Yefterday the Seflians began fixteen Prilbners were tried, thre convifted, viz. Thomas Dennis, Sealing pitally on the Highway, four acquitted. j of Geofge Wright, Efq; William Brand Wrllicim Bfackweli of his Hat on the High Cooley, for robbing Mr. Em and caft of a Letter fi * On the nth inftant the John and Lucy Brigantine, of * which I was Mafter, bound from Galipbly to Exeter, on * tfre fiarbary Goaft fell in with a Spanilh Privateer of *"twenty Carriage and forty Swivel Quns, and a hundred * and odd Men, belonging to this Plate. We finding we * fcould :ilot go fromher, ftie failing^better than us, thought * proper to ma^e our Defence in the beft manner we could, * we being on board in all^nly eleven Men and Boys, and * ten Carriage-Gucs ; fo we engag'd her from Two in the * Aft^noon.till 'half an Hour after Five in the Evening, c almoft Board and Board all the time. She then boarded Admiralty-Office, 12 January, 174a. CT*HE Lords Cammiffwners of the Ajimir d halving ordered his Majeftys Ship the Monmouth to proee to Spitbead, where Jbe will be paid eft her Arrival i it their Lordfbips Direction, that all the Seamen who we turned wer from the Princefs Louifa into heri and are abfi from their Duty, do immediately repair bn board the faid?h her Captain being directed to Run all fuch as d) uut a-y^i on hoard by the zzd infant; after which time allf.-.-' are then abfent will not only , liable to be taken,-up as Defi Martial Tho. Corbet. January, 1742. lb it odd Quarter, and lafti1 Men at once: We The Emperor has fentRequifito|ial oft Chriftian Majefty in Bavaria. Cbambery, Jan. 6. All Savoy is entirely evacuated \ Poffeffion of the Infant Don Philip, who entef d this Capital Yefterday, and was itceiv'd with all the fiono his hieh Birth They write that the Geneva, Jan. xz. Difficulty which the King x Ueceflary Provifidns brought to his Camp, was the prmcipal Reafon which detennin'd that Prince to caiife the greaiteft Part of his Army to repafs into Piedmont, in order td*pt$t them into Winter Quarters there, Grenoble, Jan. < io. The Infant Don Philip has publifh'd an Ordonnance, whereby he'enjoins all the Syndicks of the Dutchy of Savoy to give in an Account of the Number of Perfons who had entered into the Service of the King of Sardinia, and that they fhould deliver up their AmtwA * in Hour at pur clofe Quarters; butwa being overpowei � they foon cut our Decks arti Heches open, and * Ppiftfiion of the i Brigantine, and on the 13 th i * brought us into this Place. We had one of our bef ' ftiot dead, and fix more very dangeroufly wounded. * kilPd and wounded a vaft miany of the PrivateerVPwple; * their Firft Lieuteriant is Ihot thro* the'Leg.- Our wounded c People are fent to the Spanifti Hofpital-to be cured, but 4 none of the reftof the -People are ^llow'^i-any thing from * the-King of Spam; fo that Was it^ifdi for-the Rial-of � Plate a Day thit we are aBow'd iy the King of England, * we muft ftarve. ;a' 1 Robert MHlerX Tomorrow in the Morning a Charity Sermon will We preachM at the Parifh Church of St.. Andrew Undetfbafjf in Leadenhall-Street, for the Benefit of iite Charify ChUdten of Ald^te Ward, by the Rev. Mr. Alleo, of St. Miiy at Lambeth. The fame Morning a Sermon Will be^preachtt at^thc Parilh Churth of-Stl PM at Shad�fcll/fc'r - the^Benefitllof the Charity Children, by the Rev. MrVB^Hnwr, Leftuttr of Trimty^Church in Bie ; Several Gentlemen wha hacUa few Diyi^go ken VICTUALLING-OFFICE, 14 CT*HE Commijfioners five Notice* � Wednefday next, the iqtb infant, in the Forenoon, will be ready to treat with fitch Perfons as are willh furnijh Tight Butts far his 'Mfljeftfs Service at London. 72 � Order of the Honourable the Comptifjifiqer his Maj eftfs Cuftoms, &c. on Monday nexf, tbb inftazt, at One d* Clock in the Afternoon, will be /Sld9 bay Gelding, with Bridle and Saddle, at Mr. Luck's, Trumpet, in Crutcbed-Fryars? on 7 t h I African Houfe, Jmu.ry 13, 1743-3. A Central Ccurt of the Ro^al African Compare of England will be held at their Hmfe in LtadenhalU Street, on Thurfday the zoth Day of this inftane January, at Kihe'o1x Clock in the Forenoon^ far the Choice of Governor^ Sub-(*overnor, Deputy-Governor, and twentyfovr Affift tints of the. faU Company, for the enfuing Tear: tfbe Vtfh t? fo -brought in between the Hours of Nine andTwehi in the Forenoon of the famo Day, the Choice w&ireof nmU be dteitiird the EleScion. tfhmediattly etfter �f4ffl a pence J O SE TRIG Met cer 5 .r-emov'd from LutigateJMill -to-fhe Sign rfit^eettEliJa^rtKwd, (late Mr. Halfey's, theShd&nflOT^lfe^a) \vithin thrtc Doort of St, ftroTa, in L*dga�-'Stre�t � Tfrherc |�Ji^ei fnch CtA&nm *�iare afed tfee Sbtp; �ki are not odKrciic en^g*d, wilTpQQ- UHuam to an Order of tbC Rfeht H^6. the j^wA%W or Afapees*on^her Sfc Tte predito^ of tine fi^'&afihqft. are d^icTd-.to ttiect:at the TlrvrAiBS?�tf <& ^ \be from %t m or any ofdic pteiek Afrgizgf Enqahe for No. ^ 3ft \
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