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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 21, 1943, London, Middlesex                                Ntimb. j 'i M O N D A Y,   February 21 *743- P   U   B   L   I   C   K. TjE pay about 20C000I. yearly for the ufelefs Article of Cambricks, which in part may be fupplied from Scotland and Ireland, and the Deficiency made up with Bengal Goods, which will ferve all ^arpofes full as well, and not coll the Nation above one JtKtb Part of the Money which we pay to France for that Commodity, befides the political Consideration of enriching by this Folly the greateft Rivals we have, who would forbid immediately the taking from us any ufelcfs-Article, were it ever fo trifling a Drain from them. They are fp fmfible of the Advantage they reap by felling ni this Article of Cambricks, that not one Yard of it is even io'mueh as wore in Frasce, in lieu of which they very Vifcfy "fe Muflins from the Eaft-Indies. Every Body here is fenfible of this, and that a Prohibition would be moil �popular md agreeable to the Nation. A Prohibition of the il'ear 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 afk'd, how will the 120001, be made good which the Duty upon Cambricks now brings in yearly ; the yk.fwer is, that the Duty on the India Goods which will be wore in their ftead,, being about 40 per Cent, will bring in four or five times that Sum. It fiiould be remember'd, that if the Legiflature-fhould 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 efrsctualJy, by difcountcnancing the Wear of them. N. B. The Duty upon Cambricks brings in 18000I. a Year, of which about 60001. is drawn back on what is exported to our Plantations, &c. The Importation of Cambricks has gone on increasing fince the Year 1727, and amounts now to above double what it did then. SIR, IT was with Pleafure I faw the above Letter ; fince the publifhing of which fome Objections have been made againft the Prohibition of French. Cambricks, which fo greatly concerns the Welfare of this Nation, that I could not help defiring you to infert the few following Remarks. It it faid, that a Prohibition will hurt our Friends as well as our Enemies, Cambricks being'imported from Holland, Silcfia, and other Parts of Germany. In Anfwer to which, the Cambricks brought irom Holland are none of them manufactur'd there, but in French Flanders, and fent from thence to Holland to be vvhiten'd : What comes from Silefia, and other Parts of Germany, are Linnens and Lawns, Commodities as different from Cambricks as Muflins are j thefe Linnens and Lawns are in great part fent alfo to Holland to be whiten'd ; fo that it is a great Error, to imagine we fhall prejudice the Dutch, or any of our Friends in Germany, by fucn a Prohibition. It is aliedged, that the Duty upon Cambricks is appropriated ; which is allow'd ; but if we have a Mind to favour this Prohibition, won't it be very eafy to appropriate part of the vail Increafe of Duty (which mull neceffarily arife upon Bengal Goods) to fulfil the Purpofe-s of the Duty upon Cambricks; efpecially as the beft Judges are of Opinion it will bring in three times as much. The next Objections are, that theBritifk and Irifh Manufactures of Cambricks mail ceafe, or elfe under thefe Denominations the French Cambricks will be brought in in as great a Plenty as ever, and that the Bounty given laft Year to Bvitifh-made Linnens, anting from the additional Duty on Cambricks, will be loll to chofe Manufacturers ; both which are admitted. The Manufacture of our Cambricks is in its Infancy, very fmall Quantities being hitherto made, fo that they would iuffer very little in being fupprefe'd, or converted into Manufactures of Linnen, irom whence they lately fprung. The additional Duty.upon Cambricks given lait Year for a Bounty, amounting to a very few thoufand Pounds, might be iupphed from the Duty upon Bengal Goods, as above. But if thefe Trifles are to be regarded, preferably to fo great a Saving as zooooo 1. yearly, this Country will ever groan under inextricable Difficulties, and the incefiant Complaints of a People who would rejoice to fee themselves freed from the Dread of France, and to have io beneficial an Act as this done for their Relief.__ Lttji.   February 19 9 ARRIV'D, the Tartar Bomb, from a Cruize, and remains, with the Granada Bomb.   Wind W. S. W. Since our   laft  arriv'd the Mails from Holland, Francf, and Flanders. Peterjburg, Jan. 28. We learn'd a few Days ago, that Col. SdenfJci, Governor of Kijlar upon the Frontiers of Pvjia, had been carried bound to Mofco-w, for affilting the Rebels of Dagbejlasi againft the Scbach Nadir, which occasion'd that Conqueror to advance towards our Frontiers, threatening to break with this Court if he had not immediate Satisfaction. An Exprefs is fince arriv'd from Kijlar, with Advice, that the Schach Nadir was retir'd to Derbent, and that 65000 of. the Tartars of Dgghejlan defir'd to be put under the Protection of the Emprefs. Thefe Tartars inhabit Circajpa ; they are divided into feveral States,- each of which has a different Head. This News is very agreeable to the Court: Never theiefs, We don't hear that irhas revoked the Order for fourteen fogimeccs tcr be ready to march, towards Aftrw&i; From whence we learn, that there are in that Neighbourhood -and that of Kijlar near 18000 difciplin'd Troops, befides Coffucks and other Militia, which it's thought will be fufficient to fhelter the Frontiers from anylnfuks. Stockholm, Feb. 10. All the Effects of Count Lewenhaupt are fequefter'd, and he is kept clofe PHfoner, no Body being allow'd to come to him but his two Sons. It's faid Baron de Rofe will command the Army next Campain. Stockholm, Feb. 12. It's faid the Sentence of Count Lewenhaupt condemns him to Death, but 'tis tnought it will be chang'd into Banifhment. Berlin, Feb. 19. On the 1 5th a Courier pa/s'd this Place, in his Way from. London to Peterjbmg, with the Ratification of the Treaty of Alliance concluded between the Emprefs of RuJJia and the King of Great Britain. It's reported, that his Majefiy has refolv'd to form four Camps next March, or the beginning of April; the firft, confuting of 10000 Men, will be near  Magdebourg ; the fecond of 20000, in Silejia; the third cf 20OCO, near Kujirin ; and the laft of 30000, near Stettin in Pomeramx. TheDefun of thefe Troops is a Myftery, which Time only can bring to Light. Eight thoufand Field-Waggons arc making in PrnJJia, which, it's thought, will contain at once Proviiions and Forage for 30000 during twelve Days. . Vienna, Feb. 9. Our Minilt rs hold frequent Conferences with thofe.from the King of Great Britain who refide here, to endeavour to procure a good and lading Peace, and reitore the Tranquility of the Empire. We nave receiv'd Advice, that Count Khevenlmller having aflembled his Army, had already taken Po/Tefiion of feveral Foils upon the Inn, block'd up Braunau and Burghaufen, and open'd the Communication with the Tyrol. It's added, that the French were likewife march'd, part of them to oppofe the Defigns of Prince Lobkowitz, and the reft to join the Bavarians that are affembling towards the Frontiers of the Bifhoprick of Saltzbourg. The Queen has order'd the Pay of each Soldier to Be augmented with a Florin a Month, without any Deduction. Prince Charles of Lorrain is preparing to fet out in a few Days, to return to the Army in Ba-uaria. Madrid, Jan. 28. The 24th inftant a-Courier fet out for Italy, with Orders from tne King to Count Glimes to carry on his Operations againft the Dutchies of Parma a..d Placentia, and ufe jiis utmoft Endeavours to make himfelf Mailer of them. Ratijbon, Feb. 18. Prince Lobkowitz has fo difpos'd. his Quarters, that the Right of his Army covers both the Snores of the Naab, by which he cuts off all Communication between Amberg and Stadtambojf, at the fame time hindering any Provifions being carried from the Upper P et to that of 2000000, demanded at the fame 1 line.  Hague, Feb. 21. We hrar that the King of Poland; Elector of Saxo.y, has been invited by the King of Great Britain to accede to the Treaty of defenfive Alliance which his Bn'tarnick M jeffy has concluded wan the King of Frujfia and the Emprefs of R:--Pi^. From    the    London   Gazette. Milan, Feb. {z. Upc the Spaniards having prfs'd the Panaro at Campo-Sar.to, and taken Poll at San Felice, the Aul'trian and Sardinian- Generals immediately affembled their Forces, and placed them in Order of Battle between Buenporto and Baltia; the Spaniards then advanced to Solara, and we have fince receiv'd a certain Account that the two Armies engag'd the 8th inftant in a general Action; which ended in the Defeat of the Spaniard?. We have not yet all t!.e Particulars, but what is written for certain, is, that the Spaniards were obiig'd to repafs the P-naro, having loft a great Nu-nber of Men, a whole Battalion of their Walloon Guards taken Prifoners, and two Cannons left in the River. MarfKal Traun had three Horfes fhoe under him. Lieutenant-Gem ral Count Ciceri was dan-geroufly wounded in the Head, and taken Prifoner, but releas'd upon his Parole. The Troops on both Sides fought with great Valour, and the Behaviour of the Pied-montefe Infantry is particularly commended. Lieutenant-General Count d'Apremont, who commanded the King of Sardinia's Fdrces, was fLghtly woiinded in the Thigh. The Numbers of the Slain and Prifoners on either Side are not yet known. Bajil, Feb. 17. We have juft receiv'd the News of a complete Victory obtain'd the 8ch and 9th inftant by the united" Forces of the Queen of Hungary and King of Sardinia over the Spahifh Army commanded by M. de Gages, between Campo Santo and Soiar.t ; the Particulars of which r.re impatiently expected. Letters of the 10th mention, that the Auftrian 2nd Piedmontefe Troops were then already advanced fourteen Italian Miles beyond the Field of Battle in puifuit of the Enemy, who continued flying before them. L      O      N      D      O      N. Yfiterd.iy the Right Hon. the Earl of Ancram, and fbvefp.l other Ofhcers, fet cut for Flanders. His Majdly has been pie-s'J to appoint the Lord Mark Ker to be a General cf Foot. And to appoint Col. B-akeney to be a Brigadier-General. Baron Utterocit, Envoy ExnaorJinary from the King of Poland, has had J,is Audiercc of Leave of his M'jetty, their Royal Highncfies the Prince and Princefs bf VValea, the Duke, and the Princcffes -Amelia, Caroline and Louifii. This Day Thomas-Gooch, Ek;j eldeft Son to the Bifbop of Norwich, is to be married to Mifs AtwooJ, a young Lady of great Beauty, and a Fortnne of 17000!. On Friday laft Williaam Grove, Efq; Member of Parliament for the City of Coventry, fet out Poft for his Seat near that City, his eldeft Son lying at tli? Point of Death. This A'Jorning the Corps of the late Earl of Litchfield was carried out of Town, to be interr'd at Spnfoury in Oxfordfh re with his Lorciftiip's Ar.ceftors. Laft Week died at his Chambers in Gray's Inn, dipt. Edward Borret, and was decently interr'd in St. Andrew'3 Church, Holborn. He had an Independent Company of Invalids at Chefter. He ferv'd in the War in Fiandefs, under the Command of the Duke of Marlborough ; and in the Battle of Mons he loft his Leg by a Cannon-B .11. He was a Gentleman vcrfed not only in Military AfR.irs, but alfo endowed with the Knowledge of the Liberal Arts, and all Polite Learning. His Qualities of the Mind gain'd him the Love and Refpect of all who had the Pleafure to know him, and who cannot think on his Lofs without Regret. On Friday died in advanced Years, Mrs. Co'.lyer, Wife of Daniel Collycr, Efqj hste Hall-Keeper of Guildhall. On Saturday laft came on a Caufe before the Lord Chief Jultice Lee, againft a Peifon for oufing counterfeit Marks to be made to refemble thofe of the Goldfmiths Company,-when a Verdict was given againft him for a hundred Pounds, which is one of the Penalties mention'd in a late Act of Parliament made to prevent Frauds, &c. in Gold and Silver Wares'.   This is the fourth calt on that Act. On Friday a new-born Child was found in a Houfe cf Office in Ciielfea-Road, fuppos'd to have been dropped^, .-thereby its unnatural Mother ; a Woman in that Neighifeur^j^. hood was taken up on Sufpicion of the Fo.ct, and icc�i^fc|^ l in the Workhoafc *c Chelfe* ' |fP*   

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