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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 10, 1943, London, Middlesex - ****** * 1,** ^ THU RSD.AY; Feb |tJAR.y 10, 174J Dfeii, February 8., RRIV'O, the S JoKa Harvey, from Leghorn ; and tl\e bt. Anthony Doningo, Long; from Oporto. Came down, the Fnend-fliip, Grinftead, for Shoreham i the Chambers, for Newhaven, remain, with the Men of War, and outward-bound Ships. Wind W, N. W. Rye, and be made Jmblick for fome tune; Which Reioliltion as iaid to be incompatible with the Stay of a Minifter from France zx. this Court. M.Vincent, Refident from his rtioft Chriftian Majefty, will fet out on his Return home \\e 15th of next Month. The States of Hungary are fummonM to hold a General Diet at Prefiurgh^ to confider of what will be declared to them touching the faid Resolution\ as alfo of jofeph an Army War The Qu Yefterday arrivM a Mail Holland; C*f}antinopie, Dec. zz. A.Rebellion had like to have Wake out lately in this City on the following Account: A Siilor having qoarrelTd with a Servant of an Inn at GaU, this MWk'd. down the Sailor,, and kiliM hi** Keupon the Landlord, arid eight of his Servants were immediately taken up, and fent to Pnfon. The Sailors being informed of the Death of their Comrade, whom they much valued, took to their Arms, and went in a Body to the Governor's Houfe, and that of the chief Magiftrate, ind demanded that the Prifoners (houid be given up to L that they might do themfelves Juftice. The Governor ypeafe them, by affunng has fent circular Letters to all the Counts of the Kingdom of Hungary, to defire thfem to caufe their feveral Contingents of Troops to be got ready very early, and to increafe their Number with fome new ones. There will be two considerable Armies, one in Bavaria, and the other in the Upper Palatinate. There will alfo be a large Body of Troop* in the Tyrolefe, to make a powerful Diverfion on that Side- Francft The Emperor has fent frefti Requi- re Judge endeavour d to appe; hat they fhould have Juitice difcover guilty ftrfon; but they were fo far from being fatisfied with this A�fo,Pr_ that thev declarU in cafe the nine Prifoners were a Set fitorial Letters to the Circle of the Upper Rhine, to demand a Paffag'e for 20000 Men and 4000 Horfes, fent to recrtiit the French Army in Bavaria ; 3000 of thofe Recruits have already pafsM the Rhine at Fcrt-Louis. The Ele&ors of Mentz, Triers, Saxony, Brandenburgh, and Hanover, have demanded the Inveftiture of the Eitates and Fiefs they feverally hold in the Empire, The fame Demand has been made by the Houfes of Saxe-Weimar, Anhalt-Schvoartxburgh^ by the Prince andBifhop^Eichjtadt, Prince Ketnpten, the Cardinal and B.fhop of Spire, &c. His Imperial Majefty defigns to grant thefe Jnveftitures before he goes to Munich, fo that 'tis thought his Departure will be put off* for fome time on that Account. Feb. 1. The Court has received Letters fronl Paris, not delivered up to them within a Time limitted, that they would take them by Force, and that the Governor and the Judge muft be anlwerable, for the bad Confequences tir r in cafe any fuch fhould happen. As the Sailors are of People, who, when mutinous, become outrageous, the Grand Vizir, being inform'd of this Affair, went privately to Galata, attended by his Guard, which he difpers'd in the feveral Avenues. The Grand Vizir reinforced the neighbouring Polls, and took all the proper Mea Aires to prevent a general Confufion. This Chief Minifter wfcll Ipiowinjj the turbulent Spirit of the Sailors, and alfo how | declar'd War again!? the Emprefs of RuJJi difficult it would be to difcover the -criminal Perfon, thought iVsHvifeable of two Evils to chufe the leaft, and therefore Vienna, which has occafion'd a Refolution to be taken for carrying on the Preparations of War with the utmoft Vigour. Brujfels, Feb. 11. The Hanoverian Troops, canton'd in the Country of Liege, are in full March to go towards7�//>/^ Amfterdam, Feb. 14. Letters from Perjta of the 26th of Decemb"*' a^\nfp thzt Thamas Kouli Kan. who has Gentleman being a ftrong nimbk a Gang of his Accomplices, and carried him before Coi De Veil, by whom, after a long Examination; Jhe w�: committed to Newgate; but -in his Way there, thouglL guarded by five Perfons with Links, he tfas refcoed. nea& FurniyaPs Inn in Holborn by near thirty defperate Fellow^ who put prodigious long Knives into the Coach, and a Gun, threatening Dcftruftion unlefs he was immediately delivered to. them, which for the Safety of fcheir Lives they were obliged to do. , And Yefterday Katherine BrackJay was committed to New-Prifon by the fame Gentleman, far a Felony corrifc mitted at Paddington, in the Houfe of Mr. Jofeph B.ikSfr; a great Farmer of that Place, for feldnioufly taking a Quantity, of Linnen out of it. Laft Week Elizabeth Haverfo'n, Margaret Johnfon; William Cockett, and Sarah Croom, were committed'to Bridewell by Juftice Frafer, and Ifaac Harding and Jahe Miles by Juftice Jones, all for hawking anftamp'd News-Papers. Laft .Night the Nonjuror, a celebrated Comedy of Mr. Cibber's, was reviv'd at the Theatre'Royal in Lincoln^ Inn Fields. It was a<5ted to a very numepus and polite Audience. The Play arid Performance were generally^ approved of, and met wii-h extraordinary Applatilb. The fame Play will be prefented there again this Evening: And the Company will continue to Sft every Day, Wednefdays and Fridays in Lent excepted. On Sunday next two Charity Sermons will be pteacVd at the Parifh Churcfi of St. Dionis Backchurch in Fenchurch- Street, for the Benefit of the Charity B?ys of Langboum Ward ; that in the Morning by the Right Rev. Father in God Martiii Lord Biflrop ofGloucefter; and'that in the Afternoon by'thc Rev. Dr. Simpfon, Reftdr df St. George in the Eaft. two the Parifh Church of St.-Bartholomew the Lcfs, rear Weft- refolvM that the eight Domefticks belonging; to the Inn ttould be executed the following Night: The^Execution was done accordingly, without the leaft Noife., The next Morning, by Day-break, the Sailors feeing this Sight, ther'd together again to gratify their Refentment u�0� e dead Bodies ; but as they appeared to be fatisfied with the Juftice which had been done them, they were eafiiy difpers'4 j which being done, the Grand Vizir order'd that all the Sailors ftiould retire to their refpeftive Habitations, and there remain till calPd for, unlefs fuch as were necef-fery to take Care of the Shipping in the Port. Notwith-ftamling this Precaution, fome Rebels have been difcover'd, taken up, and executed immediately. It has been fince difcover\^ that in cafe this Mutiny among the Sailors had notiboa been appea&'d, fome Bodies of the Militia defign'd tohaye |q|q*4 with them, in order to. have raifed a general infurreraon. The Grand � Conduft of this Prime Minifter on this Occahon, that he has done him the Honour to dine with him : It is cufto-rary when that happens, for the foreign Minifters to fupply the Defert with Sweetmeats. The Grand Vizir fent his Interpreter to the feveral Ambaffadors, and other foreign Minifters, to acquaint them therewith, and defire their Compliance thereto ; whereupon the French Ambaffador immediately fent all the^Sweetmeats he was poffefsM of to the Grand Vizir's Palace. Riga, Jan. At the time 'twas, expeaed that the Puke and Dutchefs of Brunfwick were upon the point of-] fetting out for Germany, an Order came from Court to carry a powerful Army upon the Frontiers of the Kingdom of Afiracan ; that he has causM an Embargo to be laid upon fome Engliih Ships that are in the Cafpian Sea, in order to make ufe of them to traniport fome Troops and Stores to Derbent; and that the Minifter of the Ottoman Porte is alfo at Kilan, with Thatnas Kouli Kan, where they pay him great Honour. Neverthelefs, thefe Letters add, that a new Negociation was on Foot with the Court of RuJJia, and that they were in hopes of finding out fome Means of accommodating the Differences between thefe two Powers. LONDON. L T^ % j 1 � � + is affembling | Smithfield, for the Benefit Of jtjie Chsrity Boys belonging td By a Letter dated from St. Kit's the 25th of November j other Curiofnies, too many to mention here. St. Swithin's Evening Lefture J'r.^hat in the Morning by the R^ght Rev. Father in God Nicholas Lord Bifhop of Exeter; and that in the Afternoon:'bf the Refr. Mr^ Broughton, Lecturer of Alhallows in Lombard-Street. We hear that great Numbers of Gentlemen and LadiSs^ curicus Infpectors into Nature, daily refort to the Virginia Coffee-Houfe behind the Royal Exchange, to fee the three furprifing Rattle-Snakes, alive, and full of Vigour, altho* they have receiv'd no manner of Suflenanee abovS thefe eight Months; as alfo a curious Combo, alive, from the "Rsfl* Tn^tp in order to open a Paflage that Way into �Italy. Geneva* Fe6. & Tie, Spanifti Horfe is quarter'd on-ihe Sanks of the Lake of this City. Two Regiments of Foot are at Aix, and in the Neighbourhood of the Lake Bourges. T\ an gement - - r o commanded by Marihal Garzin remains at T'.rmgnont near Mount Cents, to fecure the Paflages there. . Vienna, Jav. 30. The 25th of this Month the Queen in Council came to a-very ftfongiUfoluuoni which-wiilnot The Ship faid to be the ftoyal Guardian, 1 India Ship, that was blown up in an Eng Spaniih Privateer call'd the Extravagante Letters frpm St. Sebaftian's, .'to be the Don Carlos, VJapt. Diggs, from Galipoly, for London : She has been a miffing Ship fome time, and was very rich. Letters Yefterday from Hamburgh mention, that the George, Capt. Behn, which funk in the late Storm there, was happily weigh'd up, and moft of her Cargo. fayMj and the other Ship wits got off with little or no pamage. We hear, that Francis Chute, Efq; will be elected-Member of Parliament for the Borough of Whitchurch, m the room of Charles Clarke, Efq; now a Baron of the Exchequer. Yefterday died, after a lingering Illnefs, Mr. Thomas Cooper, Bookfell'er, in Pater-iipftef-Row : A. Man of ftrift Sobriety and Integrity, Ifcd who by ;Piligence: and Induftry had acquir'd a handfome Fortune. We hear the Bufinefs will be carried on ;by his Widow, .who has beqn always converfant in it. On Tuefday laft, about Ten o'Clock at Night, a Gen- tlemin Aad, ius.-Pocket pick'd war Temple-Bar, by onc iftjytery of Edinbur 1-1 foin*a Recantation of his Errors. The Clergy who ha*e conye^d with him, declare the utmoft Satisfaction With hid Learning and Pie.ty. This Evening will be j*rfoirn'a; At the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane,- TheFifft Part of King Henry the Fourth. . At the Theatre Royal in Govent-Garden; The County Wife-^ At'the Theatre R-oyal in Lincoln's Inn Fields, Th4 Nonjuror, with the'imprifoihnent of Harieq-uin, High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 56 Minute* after n in the Morning. indT; Yefterday Bank Stock was .145 3 ^ths a i 4th: South-Sea Stock 110 1 half a 1 4th/.,D'itttf Stock 177. ------ . OldAnnutties 114 3 4ths, Ditto New 1 15 14th.- -4 nree per Cent, Annuities 100 7 8th$ a 1 half. " half. Million Bank 118. Eqeivaknt Ditto 1742; TOO 7 8ths a 1 nr.- ^ half. London Affur.mee ri 5 Sfttis-. Wcllh ditto,- no Pric* African^-; Royal Affurance 82 Engliih Copper 4I. ios'. no Price. Seven per Cent, Emperor's Loafr no 1 4^ ^ 10 a IO 1 4th. Five per Cent, ditto 76. New Ba^k 7s- Prem. rculation 4I. zs. 6d. Prem. " half Salt TaUies z, Prem. Three 1, Ifif per Cent. Exchequer Ord�r6 5, Prem. Three per Gc^S ditto 2 3 8ths, Difc.- f
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