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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 26, 1943, London, Middlesex Numb. 375: E t) N E S D A Y, J A N \J A R Y 26, 1743. ^ OBSERVATIONS ^ a JD Daily Poft �f 20tb of January �JiJrtffdta ^Proprietoks of 742 this Pfincfci a� having mah-ied a Pr&cefs of England. This Alliance would .be extremely advantageous to Sweden, efbetiallv at this Juafture. 20; It's afliir'd that his Eritannick Hazover9u Jt SR. Knight; till the Year 1720, was Mgefty will put himfdf at the H?ad of his Army t\ ^^f^ir,, ^omM oc Un^m 1 ana will make a Tour into thefe his JDommions. and �ally if he fell in that Year; when fo few �ood, a good-natiir'd Man would chafe to recolkft fuch Circumftances as niight extenuate (and many fuch there were) rather than aggravate his Fault: But inftead of this, the Writer of the Letter in the Daily Pofi of the 20th inftant, after concluding Mr. Knight gttUty, from; the Preambles of feveral Aft oT Parliament, (which have, been thought by many nrDreiudiced Perfons very extraotdinaty, both as to the Kter and Manner of paffing them), has affirmed that y r Km&i tberefy cftarged as indebted lothe Com- Hamburgh, Jt Wefil that they have already begun, to tranfport to the Low Countries fame Magazines, deheh'd, as it's thought, for � of Prullk the Letters from Bavaria ananhnoufly French are ferioufly thinking of quitting Germany? and of * ^7i� .1 r 11_____r___^ ii.*.--_____1_____J u, Lofs Ids a Sum tton �6ooooL ft wnnld ferve "the Turn fame Means Writer could 5 for want of Honefty. If the Lettei ; the Proprietors believe, that Mr. Knight was really of to the Company in fo great a Sum as 860000 L Sis bcfides the Tendency it "Would have to inflame the Proprietors againft him, would lead them to think that a treat part of that Sum may probably remain in his Hands, Ld confequently to look upon any Sum he may offer as a Trifle: Whtreas had the Wriwr inform'd the Proprietors, fa-* FaS isl that in an KSt made (amdngft other Things) Mr. Knight's Creditors, (which Payment obftrufted by the Company's Claim) this great Sum was wutionM barely as a Claim entered before die Truftees, and that this Claim had not been profecuted ; and at tue feme time had told them that 700000L of it a~r- frrtm Money receiv'd by'Mr. Knight, but on the contrary, irom the Sabfciibers to the 3d and 4th Subfcription having fail d to pay their Subfcription-Money ; and that this Deficiency had been reported to the Directors in the beginning of Auguit " ' Refidue of the 860000L had been zht'sEftates, veiled in the Troftees, Tr#ops^ has. refoiv'd to take every third Man, fit for Service, throughout his ^Dominions, and oblige them to carry Arms, by which Means he will raife an Arm^ of 40000 Men. - * . '-'4tr*ffehf Jan. 30. ~ The HanoveriaaT^iqps begin their March, as we hear, towards the Rhuife, thfc 4th of next Month,, N. An ExtraS of a Letter from /^Hacue, dated Jan. x 8. '.In the two laft Conferences which the B.iron de ' Reifchach, Minifter from the Queen of Hungary, had * with the Prefident of the States General and, the ptin- * cipal Members of the Government, that Minifter ex-? jirefs'd himfelf in very ftrong Terms to the following e Purpofe : * The Confidence which her Majefty of Hsm-" gaK3 P^ts in her Alliance with the States Genera], has cc determiu'd her not only to take Arms to defend her �' lawfhl Rights againft the formidable Armies which �* attacked her with a Dfcfign to rob her of them ; but <& which is more, has encouraged her to pufh the War <* with Vigour, rather than lay down her Arms, and yield *c up any Part of her Dominions which Ihe isjuillypof- The Baron Dijfto Old' Annuities J14 1 Sth a i 4th. Ditto New 114 3 4ths Three vtr Cent. Annii-.ties 100 -a 7 8ths a 3 4ths. Three par c 8ths a 3 4ths. Ditto 1742, 100 5 8ths a 3 4_tns. Million Bank 1 18. Equivalent 110. Roval Affoia-acc 84. London Affurance 11 5 8ehs. Engl fh Copper 4L p. 6d. Welfh ditto, no Price. African, no Price. Seven per Cenr. Emperor's Loan 116 1 half. F:ve per Cent, ditto 76 I nal� New Bink Circulition 4L Prem. India Bonds 41..�s. a 9s. Prem. Three 1 half Salt Tallies i, Prent. Three 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prem. Threfc per Cettf, ditto 2 1 4th, Difc_^__ ce, 2? January, 1742 OB Admiralty- . . . J ^ . . . . j the Direction cf the Lord* Conrnifftcnsrs w lUc Admiralty, that "all the Seamen who tutrt &rn J over from the Lancafer'- i�ta_ the Orford, fttwg'out a( Chatham, and are abfent from their Dtty, do imxejui*!f repair on board the faid Ship, her Captain being JfrtSed 49 Run all fuch as do not appear on board tn ten Dap from the Date of this Jdvertifme�t; after nvhich titne alkfttcb
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