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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 20, 1943, London, Middlesex % - ^^^^^^^^^^^^ W R S D A f 4 1 20, 174* 1*- January 18. 4ME. down* the Tiyton,; Har-rifon, for Gibraltar, "and r^rftaxii^ With the Gre4h0O3jd Man oiWar, and Shark Slppp. Wind NFW. By a private Letter frbj& the received the foSe^ingi'Bxti-a^of a p^ecendedDedaratioa^iiich Count . Podewife/* Envi*y froar TruJ&i" is w______ ^ , made to the States Gen6?al, vife 7 The King 'of ! Prujla, my Mafter,: fcavirrg been, in-1 formed of tne Deiriand -tfhieh her Wfajefty of Rjtkgary has juft caufecj to be ttiade to the States General, and of the Refolution-which their HighMightiheffes feem inclinable to, uUd upon this Subjefir? fee charged �ie to < declare to "them, that his PruSari Majefty, as Erledior * of Br-andebQurg, thinking himfelf obliged to be vigilant ^ contKiry id all Expectation,' the * Aaikia^ Br/fcih, and Aaxiliaty Troops, which ate in i the i^u* Countries, or any other foreign Troops ia the < Pay of what Power foever, fhould undertake to pafs the < Rhine, and enter into Germany, either into the Terri- * tones of Bergue and Juliets, or any other Diftrifts, in � oruer to interrupt the publick Repofe, his Majefty fliall � look upon them as Aggreffors and Enemies to the ILmpif-e, � and will immediately fend a Contingent of 15000 Me.h ' of his beft Troops for the Service of the Emperor,-or � of the Circles or Diilrifte which ihall be difturb'd by * fuch foreign Troops : That if this Number will not b� 1 fufficient to put 5to� to the Diforder which thefe � Foreigners (hall occafio|i, and ..to eftablifh the Head of � the Empire in the peaceable Poffeflion of the Imperial Crown, the King declares, that he will put himfelf at � the Head of 50000 Men, and. will join with the Forces * of the Emperor, not- only-to drive out the Troops which < are now in the Heart of Germany, but even to pulh them * into the Centre of their own Countries. ' As his Majefly ardently withes ever to preferve a good 4 Harmony With the Republic^, of the United Provinces, < arid as he v/iH carefully avoid doing any thing which * may trefpafs upon the Laws of good Neighbourhood, lie Commander in Chief of all Hanoverian Forces, fet out from his Lodgings in Pall- �Mall -fo|r:Pfandeii8.' Yefterday the Rev. Mr. Tanner, Son of Eifhop Tanner, fyh inarried at Lambeth to Mifs Potter, one of the Daughters of4us Grace the Archhifhop of Canterbury. ' The Lordis of the Treaftiry have appointed Mr. Jones be one pf the Dqadty-Searchers in the Port of London, $n the room of Mr- LIoy4> d^ceas.*d. And have likewife appointed Mr. George Dancer to be 1- THOSE Perfon*who have not yet talcch in M>; STACKHOUSE1* HISTORY of the BIBLE, (which hp&m printing w3i Jia Majcfty's Royal Privilege and liceade) and are defirous/ mid carried into Bilboa- The fame Day an Account came, that the -Capt. Furgufon, from Virginia,- and a Snow from Dublin, bound to Madeira, were taken by the Spaniards, / and carried into Brefh His Majefty's Ship the Chatham, the Hon. Capt. Townfend, from Turky, is arriv'd at Falmouth. Capt. Coufzar is arrived at Dublin from Oporto, who feys, that on the 24th pail, off the Bar of Oporto, he met his Majefty's Ship theSaphire/ Capt. Holmes, who brought to, and told him that the fame Merning he obferv'd a final! Privateer plying off Shore, which he decoy'd to purfue him: The Spaniards anfwerM his Expectations and came fo near as that he difcera*d her to "have about ;forty- ^ Men* As fooa rJtey wcxe within Gun-Shot^ the hi S^Uth-bei-Houie; LondqP* 2^ i^c CT^HB Court of Director. Company give Notice, that a Ginerai Court of the [aid Company and left an Iron Cnnvj three Maibns Ciuflels, and a Mafon's Point, behind. THE Creditors ot Jofcph Parker, fat? of the Exchange Keeper's Office, a Bankrupt, cteljr*d to meet the Aflienees Tomorrow, bcine the ziftin(hint, at Five in the Evening, at Mr. acquitted, have been with Wickett, receiv'd commencing^or defending a Suit or Suits in Law, or to fubmit to Aibitratich any Differences relying to che Bankrupt's Eftare and Sfitfcs, arid other fpecial Affairs. All Perfons indebted to the faid Bajjk'.upt's Eltate are tp pay the fame to Mr. Edward Woods, of Barrholr.mtw-Lanc^ without flit-On Saturday One of the Cooks belonging to Dulwkh- j ther^ Notice, otherwife they tray expeft to be fu-d. capitally con Sentence of Death. Two were burnt in the Hand Thurfday Wood without any^Marks of Violence before to Isramley,- in order to fetch a large MaftHF Dog that had ftray'd from the College, which Dug flood barking by the Body of the Deceased when it was found, and was the Means of its being difcover'd. St. Martin Outwich, Sermons will be preach'd at mefit of Broad-Street Ward Charity Children; that in the Morning by the Rev. Mr. Townley, Le�urer of St. Dunftan's in the Eafl; and that the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Pettingall, A.M. m Weftminfter lain to the Right Rey. the Lord Bilhop of Chichefter, At the New Wells in Goodman's Fields, this prefent Evening, will be feveral new Performances, being the laft time of performing this JSeafon. Yefterday feveral Gentlemen and Ladies were at the White Horfe Inn in Fleet-Street, to fee' the wonderful Praffian Colt, aftd had him brought out of the Stable into the Yard, to fee the Nimblenefs.of fo large a Creature; aniT after he had been rode up and down feveral times, they declar1d, their Satisfaction, and made the Owner a handfome Prefent. ^ We are certainly inform1 d, th^t the '^port of Sir William Boothby's having been robb'd of his Gold Watch, Sec. as he cafme from General Columbine's, was without the leaft Foundation. . * - The Report of the Death of Mr. Rayner, of Limehoufe, was a Miftake, occafion'd by the Death of his Brewer. This Evening will be perform'd, At the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, The Committee. At the Theatre Royal in Covjnt-Garden, The Country Wife, with Perfeus and Andromeda. Tomorrow, at Six in the Evening9 Experimental-Rent the Bedford Cojftc-Houfe, in the Great Picixzas^ C&vent Garden^ R. D E S A G ULIERS begins . a _ Courfe of Experimental Phiiofcpfty ?nd Agronomy, whei-cin the Principles of Mechamcks, Hydroftaticks, Pni?umaticks and Op ticks, are cxplain'd and demonftrated by about 300 Experiment:; and che Afoonomj is made eafy and diverting by Pknefariums and fcverzl new Machines, whereby the Motions, Magnitudes, Durances of the Heavenly Bo*ics, and Phcenomena of the Tides, are cxa�lJy /hewn and eicplainM. Subfcriptions are taken in by, and Catalogues may be had of Mrs. over-againft St. DunH-an's Church in Fleet-6treet, ajid Mr. Changuian, at Juvenal*s Head, near Somerfet-Houfe in the Strand, BocktHlers y and of Mr. Margas, Spedlacle-Maker, at Charing-Cmfe j a ad at the Bedford Coffee* Houfe in Coverit-Garden'aforefaid. On Monday next, the 24.1b injlaht, at Four 0*Clock Aft will begin. At the Elaboratory in New-Street-Square, 7tear Fetter*Lane, ACOURSE of Philofophical andPra&ea! CHEMISTRY; in a View to the actual ImproVemont ohtoimal Philoibphy, Medicine, Trade, and the Ait kfelf* " ' ' ^ By W. L E -W I S. To be. continaM every 'other Day, at the faaie Hour, till the whole is completed. ______ A T the N THEATRE in the MARKET, on Thurfday nact, the 27th of January, will be A B A L L. > Tickets will be deliver'd to Subfcribcrs on Wedaefday next, at Whitest ^ocolate-Houfe in St. Iames*s Street. ' the KING'S THEATRE in the HAY-MARKET, on Saturday next/ the zzd of January, pexforin'd a new OPERA, called EN. R I C O, Water after 5 in the Morning, and 43 after 5 at Night. Yefterday Bank Stock was 143 1.8th. India Stock 178. South-Sea Stock 111 3 4th?. Ditto Old Annuities 113 7 8ths. Ditto New 1141 4th. Three per Cent. Annuities Million Bank 118. Ditto 1742, ioi 7 8ths. ranee 101 7 8ths. Equivalent no. Royal AfTurance 83 3 4ths. Affurance 115 8ths. EnglHh Copper 4I. 7s. 6d. ditto, no Prise. African, no Price. Seven per Emperor's Loan 110. Five per Cent, ditto 76. New Bank London Wel/h Cent. Wfch Dances and other Decorations entirely aew. Pit and Boxe? to be put together 5 and no IVbns to be admitted w?tftotat Tickets, which wil] be delirer'd that Day at the Office in the Hny-Marke; at Half a Guinea each. Gallery Five Shiliirtgt. � B) His MAJESTY^ Command, No Ferroa whatever to be admitted behind the Scenes. . The Gallery will be opeaM at Four o'clock, Pit and Boxes at Five, To fiegin at Six o* Clock. For Benefit Mrs AT the Theatre Royal j cs Monday the* lAth of February 41 41 Prem. acted thia L o "v E for BUTLER. incoln's Inn Fields, be prefented a Comsjly, (aat LOVE. Three x half Salt Tallies 2, Prem. Three 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders g, Prem. Three pcrCent. ditto 2, Difc. The HE TUALLE within che X. BjHs of Mortality are defir'd to meet at the Ship in Jataat-Street, Covent-Garden, on Saturday next, at Three o'clock in the Afternooib, ta fpecial Afrair that concerns The Part of Mrs. Frail by Mrs. BUTLER. To which will be added, HON EST YORK. S H IREMA N. And Entertainment^ of Dancing. Boxes 5 s. Pit % �. Gallery a s. Tickets to be had at Mr|. Botler'i Houfe ia Kirjg-Strcet, Coyei Garden; and at the Theatre, A ckfi ' I Hit. m X to meet at the Swan Tavwp in E)?change-AJl�jr, ComhUl, T<4n�rro being.tfae- %i& infialir, ms Six o' Cloca itt t% Afrtam jwiicly. /~T^ W O yourig Gentlerheh may be privat A educated tad kwrfeS ia *Ckrgy1tei* ^ 'a Enquire at Mr. Norton's, Bookfeiler, ii Lne. fior the Royal Exchange.
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