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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 14, 1943, London, Middlesex MONDAY, February 14 l743 To the P U B L I C K. E.pay about 2000001. yearly for the ufelefs Article of - Cambricks, which in part may befupplied from Scotland and Ireland, and the Deficiency made up with Bengal Goods, which will ferye all Purpofes full as well, and not coft the Nation above onefixth Part of the Money which we pay to France for that Commodity,, befides the political Confidera-iion of enriching by .this Folly the greateft Rivals we have, tvho would forbid, immediately the taking from us any ufelefs Article, were it ever fo tricing a Drain from them. They are fo fcnfible of the Advantage they reap by felling-us this Article of Cambricks, that not one Yard of it is even fo much as wore in France, in lieu of which they very wifely ufe Muflins from the Eajl-Indies. Every B^dy hefe. is fenfible of this, and that a Prohibition wpuld be moft ppular and agreeable to the Nation. A Prohibition of the Wear of them is meant* for if the Import only is forbid, or a higher Duty laid on them,. they'll be fmuggled, and confequently as much-wore as ever. If it be a&'d, how will the 12000L be made good which the Duty upon Cambrich now brings in ytearly ; the Anfwer is, that the Duty on the India Goods which will be wore in their (bad, being about 40 per Cent, will bring in four or five times tljat Sum. It fhould be remember'd, that if the Legiflatujfc fliould not think fit at this time to let this Prohibition take Place, it's in the Power of a few in high Rank, by their Example, to do it effectually,- by difcountenancing the Wear of them. N. B. The Dtfty '"upon Cambricks brings in, communibus 'Annis* 18000I a Year, of which about 6000I. is c1 Seal an -1 Motions Coffacks Venice, M. 6. Wo- that the Count de Gages pafs'd the Panaro the 2d inftant; that Count retir to march "towards the Crdftoh; and that on the 3d the greateft part' of the Spanilh Army was afiembled about Modena. Vienna, Feb. 2. Aufii i Queen has caufed 14000 I hereditary States in Germany 7000, * _ Moravia %ooo. * Baron Trenck is.returrt Sclavonia.; and we hear that Recruits are raifing as faft as can be defirM, fo that they reckon in a (hort time to be able to fet on foot a considerable Body of Pandours. The Ban of Croatia is preparing to fet out for that Province, with Count Bathiani, General of Horfe, in order to affemble Body ordinary from the King of the Tow? Sicilies, receiv'd a few Days ago a Courier from Napier, with the Patent of Enyojr Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary from his Sicilian Majefty to the King of Great Britain, to execute ari important Commiffion with his Britannick Majefty. The Difpatthes of this Courier contain alfo a Plan of the Negociationwhidi that Minifter is charged, with, and theneceflary Inftruftions to treat definitely upon the different Points therein fpecified'. The Marquis Fogliani has informed the States General of the Orders he has receiv'd, and is preparing to fet out for London. He will retutn here as foon as he has' executed his Commiffion t �rid the Marquis de St. Gilles, AmbafTador from Spaikj'vrill take Care of the Affairs of Naples during .his Ab fence,' L o N D O N. of War which out her Majefty's Dominions, fufficiently ftiew that the Hopes of feeing Tranquility foon reftor'd in Germany are - - t * On Saturday died ai his Houfe in Great Georse.Streetl hqu puty Earl- am: and Baron Howard tv* War on with more Vigour than ever. was ch Purpofi all Marlhal of England, Colonel of the Pourth Troop cf Lifer Guards, and Major-General. His Lordfhip is fucceeded in Honour and Efhte By. his Son, the Lord.Howr.rd, Captain of Horfe 3 who, we-hear, will fucceed him likewise as Deputy Earl-Marihal. * And 'tis faid the Right Hon. the Earl of Loudon, onie ftopt with France; and itY confirmed, that M. Vincent is of the SixteenPeers^of Scotland, and a Colonel, in the Third preparing to fet out in a few Days. The Day before ~ ~ Yefterday the Noblemen and others whofe Children are at their Studies in Bavaria, particularly at Etbal, in the Bifhoprick of Freijingen, were by Order of the Court acquainted to fend for them home immediately. Count Harrach will have all the Employments of Count Gundacre de Stharenberg, Who has refolv'd to refign, on account of ixported Tie ocrtatioto of Cook , ^ r 1727* and amounts 90W to above double what it his great Age. ifbon, Feb; * r Count Mauric did then- Deal, February 11. YESTERDAY 'the Mortar Bonib, and the Ships bound for Icdia, put backhand faiPd again this Morning to.the.Weftward. ArrivM, the Seafbrd Man of War, from a Cruize, and remains; with the Granada Bomb; and the Richmond, Ellis, from Jamaica. Wind Nonh-Eafr ' - a Bo4y of Troops to oppofe the Defigns of Prince Lob-kowitz, and hinder his penetrating further into the Upper Palatinate. The French continue to fortify StadtamhojF, where they have lately receiv'd from Strdubing twenty-four Pieces of Cannon, which they have'planted upon the Works of that Place. Several Perfons lately arriv'd heie from the Upper Palatinate have reported, that Amberg furrender'd on the 6th inftant to the Auftrians; but that Count Plettenberg, Minifter from the Queen of Hungary, and M. de la Noue, Minifter from France, have not the leaft Advice of it. Life-Guards. Yefterday died, in a very advanced Age, at his Houfe iii K.ing'-Street, Major Foubert, an old experienced Officer. He was Major of Horfe at the Battle of the Boynei anci bravely fignaliz^d himfelf in that and every other Engagement during that -War : Sson after he was, by King William's fpecial Command, order'd to leave the Army, and take upon him the Care and Management of the Royal Academy; which Employment he difcharg'd* with great Honour and Reputation ; and is now fucceed as^Mafter of the Royal Academy, &c>by his Nephew, Solomon Durell, Efq; who has a reversionary Grant from his Majefty for that Emyloymenfc Laft Week Thomas-Carew; Efq; Member of Parliament forMinehead in Somerfetfhire* was married to Mifs Molly Horne, Sifter to John Home, Efq; late Governor of Bombay, whom, we hear, will ipeedily efpoufe Miis Carew. r * _ _ Since ouk laft arriv'd a Mail from'Holland, and one from France. ^ w Peterjburg, Jan. 25. The Governor of AJiracan has difpatch'd a Courier with Advice, that having been in-form'd of the Arrival of Thamas Kouli Kan at Derbent, he had fent an Officer to demand the Reafon of the Motions of his Troops upon the Frontiers of Rujfia; That this Officer, notwithftanding all his Sbllicitations, could not gain Admittance to Tbamas Kouli Kan: That after having Drefdt Feb. 10. The : the-Auftrians c< from Daughter of the aforefaid Thomas Carew, Efq; On Friday laft, at Six in the Evening, the Poll for the EloSl when the was cfc arian Battalio Marlhal Belle Minifters of His two CommHEon afterwards, he receiv'd the following Anfwer : 1 That ihamas Kouli Kan confented not to break with 1 the Emprefs, and to renew the Treaty of Riatfcha upon 1 the following Conditions : * That the Limits of the Ruffian Empire on the Side of * Perjta fhould be. bounded by the Volga and the Tanais. ' That the Fortrefles built by the Ruffians upon the ' North and Weft Shore of the Cafpian Sea, ftiould be ' they are. tnolifh'd ; but that AJ?. Iflands that depend up Feb. 13. The Eleftof keeps his Chamber, on account of his great Age. Hamburgh, Feb. 12. The Day before Yefterday an Exprefs pafs'd this Place, difpatch'd froni Copenhagen for London, with the Treaty of Subfidy, whereby the King of Denmark engages to furnifh Great Britain with a Body of 20900 Men. According to fome Advices from Dre/den9 the King has order'd 15000 of Jus Troops' to be ready to march the tft of next Month, to enter alfo into the Service of his. Britannick Majefty. Lijbon, Jan. 20. The Fleet of Marinhao, confifting of five Ships/arriv'd here the 14& inftant. The Cargo confifts of a g�at Quantity of Cocoa, Sugar, Tobacco, &c. Paris, Feb. 11. Ten Thoufand Men have been lifted in this City within this Month, and the Militia in other Places is raifing with great Succefs. The 76 Companies of Horfe and Dragoons have been raifed fo eafily, that'tis faid the Court will have them made up 30c. The Con- Numbers were, for Mr. Stanley 325, and Mr. Grimfton 303.. On Saturday laft Sir Thomas Abney, Knt. took his Place in the Court of Common-Pleas, in the room of Sir Tfioinaj Fatker ; and Charles Clniie, Ef r tradors have already provided 28000 Horfes. it 18 Battalions of difcipli Army of the Infant Don We Catalonia On the hand we hear, that r 8600 Auffrian TrSops are reinforce the Arnw of Goiiht? Ti^uh in Lombardy Hagu^ Fib. 17. Mamufa Fogliani Extra- tune. -He was a moflf'faithfuf Friend/ and ip'uch efteenfd and lamented by all who knew him. - On Saturday at-Noon one Thomas -Noble'; conViifel at the laft Seffions at Guildhall, flood on the Pillory at the Royal Exchange^ fcr threatening (with another Perfon nof' taken) Mr. Mansfield, of Sherbourne-Lane, if he did. not give them Five Guineas, they would fweair Sodomiticaf Pra&ices upon him. He appear'd at firft With an tmdattated Countenance^ which fo enraged the Populace, that he nafef with a fevere Treatment from them. He was Carried from thence in a Cart to Newgate, there to remain fix Mofctlhi?; and afterwards to find-Security for his good Behaviour. On Saturday laft Richard Browning was committed to Glerkenwell-Bridewell by Col. De Veil, for ftealing fome Goods out of the Stables of Mr. Gregory Wright, found upon him.. - ' > " * - As was Harry Hartly, by the fame Gentleman, to New- Prifon, for felonioufly taking a :Gre^t Coar, of the Valu^ of a Guinea, oat of the Stables of Mr. Wlafon, Ae Property of Mr. Jofeph Holford, found upon him'. Laft Saturday Morning one George Ginns, a notorious Gambler belonging to Modrfidds, was committed to ches Houfe of Correction � at Clerkenwell ta hard Labour, ]>y Anthony Wroth/ Efq; Mr. Garpenticr,-a Limner, having been alone favou^'d by the Baron ,-Wafner, Minifter at this Court from her Hungarian ^Tajefty, to draw a Copy of the Qu^n of Hungary's PiSure, fent him by her faid Majefty, beg? Leave to acquaint all Gentlemen and Ladies,;that he lives ixr Bow-Street,.Govejit-Garden,- at�Mr'.'Cheek>,.Apothecary.? where the feid "Copy may be feepy Qogies my be by any Perfbathat defirowS^'
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