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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 28, 1943, London, Middlesex                                Numb. J77^. M p N D AY,   � e � k it a * y it, February 26. , v - ' H � Dolphin Mail of War, from . Lifbon, with the Granada and Terrible Bomb?, the Portfmouth Trant port, Gofltngi and the NeptuS^-Benton, for Fort Mahon, remain);5 Arriv'd; the Charles Tender; from the Wefrward.  Wind S. S. E. Since our laift arriv'd^he Mails from France, Holland, and Flanders. The States of the Kingdom, will foon proceed, to the Choice) of a Succeffor to the Crown* One of the Members of the Diet has already deliver'd in to the Committee appointed to confider of that important Affair, a Memorial in favour of the Duke de JJeux fronts', ;od 'tis reported that the Deputies from the Provinces Stockholm, bordering upon Norway, have propos'd the Prince Royal' of Denmark to fucceed to that Crown. Madrid, Feb. i?. The King haa feat Orders id i&K feveral Commanders of the thirty-five Regiments of Militi* of this Kingdom, to fend all the Companies of Grenadiers into Savoy, and incorporate them among the regular Troops' there. This unexpected Order has .caufed great Coniter-nation among the Militia, they never having been yet fent out-of their own Country j moft of them are married Men, and follow fome Occupation., ftancfori, Feb. 25. The Emperor has; created the Marfhal Duke de Belleifle a Prince of the Holy. Roman Empire, ih Confideration of the great Zeal he has fhewn for his Service-. Dye/den, Feb.,23. The laft Advices from the Frontiers of Bohemia import, that the-Garrifon of Egra made a Sail/on the ijthinftant, and found Means to introduce mto the Town 200 Head of Cattle ; that a fmart Skirmifh happen'd upon this Occafxon, wherein the French had fifty Men kill'd or taken Prifoners, and the Huffars about thirty. Paris, Feb. 25. Orders havft been difpatca'd for the raifrng 15000 more freQi Troops in this Kingdom. The .Departure of Marfhal Noailles for Flanders, in order to takeupon^him theCommand there, is fix'd for the 4th of next Month. Count Maurice Of Saxony will fet out the ift for Drtfdsfi, from whence he will go into Bavaria. Paris A-la*main, March 6... A private Letter from London has brought a Copy of one from the King of Sardinia to his Britannick Majefty, wherein the former fays, he hopes the King of Great Britain would, as foon as poffible, fend him the twelve Battalions which had been promis'd him j and that befides the-annual Subfidy, he defires to borrow- 6000001. Sterling, for the Security of the Repayment whereof hepropofes to mortgage his Territories. this $ttn�'1tt v:nt-G?.rdcn, T Batchelor.   , ..At the Theatre Royal' Nonjuror, with fi.f occ-r.cs lacji.n s inn Fields, The- -.'.on. -r ;    B    A    N    !v    ii    LT Thomas Atkinfon, of Beer- L. .. High Water at.Xpndon-Bricigc c/-js Day after 2 in the Morning, and 5 after 3 in \-'- "cii.int. 19 MinviteS. . Saturday .Bank Stock, was 145 1 half.   JuJa ^icq'k 178, S?uth-Sea Stock up 1  4th.   Ditto Old .Ar.:m:t;c5  ji.ji 5.8ths.. Ditto New ui 7 8ths. Three pit Gent,   hi 1 r. 100 3 4ths.   Ditto 1742, 1003 ^hs.   Mill;on B.tn.: Equivalent 111.   Royal Aflurancc 82.   London Ail.!.--.;. 11 5 8ths.   Engliffi Coppef 4I. 10s.   Welfh' ditto> ho Priu, African," no Price.   Seven per Cent. .Emperor's Loan : 1 4 14th.   Five per Cent, ditto 76.   New Bank Circulation 4I; ^s. Prem.   India Bonds 4I. 9s: Pr-jm.  Three 1 half Sal| Tallies 2, Pr,em.. Thtee 1 half per.Cent,Exchequer Ordc� 3r Prem.   Three per Cent, ditto 2 3 4^hs. Difc. Admiralty-Office, 24 i'eoruary, 1742. 7X^/7 ER EAS many Seamen who have been froth Time to Tme put on Shore fick from his Majejlys Ships} either into ^Hofpitals,, or Sick Quarters, have made ,fi ill a Return to the Care taken for their Healths #s to defert fioni his Majefty's Service, ibhen fo far^ recover d as to 6e able to withdraw themfelves from the faid Ho/pitals, or Sick ��udt'-ters, for which Crime they have incurred the Lofs of their Wages, and according to Lavj they are pun;Jhable -zuith Death by a Court-Martial; but my Lords CommiJJibner's of the Admiralty being vjilling to impute fuchDefertion Una TLaJbnefs vf liiT.brygi which moft of*themfeon repent  v�) and their Lordfbips being inclind to Jhe~jj fo much Indulgence to thofe who are under the aforejard Circumftane&t in order tS encourage them to return to their Duty, as id remove their faid Apprehenftons of being puni/Fd, do hereby declare^ that fuch of the faid Men who return on board tht Ships to which they did belong on or before the z $tb of Marib next, or in cafe thofe Ships are gone abroad, if they go on board feme other of his Majefty s Ships, they fhall fiof^.be punif/d in any manner whatsoever, on account of the Crimi they have committed, in withdrawing themfelves from his Majefty1 s Service: And as a farther Encouragement to the/hi their Lordfhips moreover are pleas'd to declare, that fuch at fliall fo return fhall have their RV taken off,. ava be paid their Wages for their Ships from which they rdn; but their Lord/hips do alfo think,fit to declare, that if any of the Men who have deferted as aforefaid tdo not make a proper Vfe of the Indulgence hereby offer d, by returning to bis Majefty s Service within the Time above-mentidn 'd, they muft expeel to be ftriSly fought after, and in cafe they are apprehended, be brought to a GoUrt-Martidl, and treatsd ai the lidw dirlils. - _Tho. Cor belt. THE Gcr tlemen who intend to honour t! d Stewards of the Society of antient Britons with their Conipany, beir { Tomorrow, rhe ift of March, to j-in vtfith than in celebrating St. DUvid's Day, are dcfVd to meet at Chrift-Church ih Newgate-Street, at Eleven o'Ciotk iri the Forerioorf, whera prayers will then begin, j antJ after a Sermon preach'd by the Rev. Mr. Williams, Lefturer Af St. Clement-Danes, from thence, with the Society, to proceed to Mercers Hall in'Cheaffide'j where an elegant Entertainment will be.prjvidcd. . Nater Thofe that are not provided with Tickets, may have them at Ffte Shillings eacn, at Mr. Lawfon's, the Three-Tern Tavern at Clare-jHarket. HE Gentlemen of th- City and-Copncy __    of Wbrcefler, are defir*d to dfne witn theft- Coririt'ymen at tireir Annual Feaft at the Horn Tavern iri-Fleet-Street, tan Monday thi 14th- of March next, at Twq o'Clock in the Afternoon. J Tickets arc deliver'd af Mr. Sandby's; Efeokfeller,' without TempIe^Bar j at the Horn Tavern in Fleet-Street; tie Ship berrlid the Exchange j the. King's Head on Tctfsr-Hill j arid at ths Bolt zhi Ton, near DurharA-Yard, in the Strand.    - .     ,   . WHUHEAS levcrai seamen now belonging to his Majesty's Ship the Sutherland.,- but late to tbaFalmouthy are entitled to Prise-Money for Prizes taken by thelatter in the Weft Indies y this is to give Notice to f�ch S&riien, that they, may receive their refpjdriife Shares of the faid Prates by applying to Mr. Edward Jafpery at his Office oat Tower-Hill, on Wednefday netft, the id of March. ; W"      H�REAS for thefe two Years* pa ft J been a great Sufferer, bf having had many Lampsjftolea piiflftijf   . Norfolk-Street, Lincoln's rn�-FieM�,- Govent..Gatdea, and otlier Pl�(iw.| t-' do hurcby pffer a Reward of Tht�. Cuinear for the apprehending if Pirfon that fhall be convicted of the above Crime. I   .- ,"i GiQ, Knight^ oppt/fit NAfi{*>Str$iWp tr$frb&^ T   

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