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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 1, 1943, London, Middlesex                                TUE Numb. 3780. A k fc H I '743- Deal, February 27. RRIV*D, the Tufcany, Martin, from Leghorn; and thp Indafey Tender, from the Weftward. Came down, the Agnes and Betty, Bream, for Philadelphia, and remain j with the Dolphin Man of. War; the Terrible and Granada Bombs; the Charles and Induflry Tenders; the, Portfmouth Tranfport, Gofling, and the. Neptune, Benton, both for j>0rt Mahon;   Wind  S. by W. Yefterday amv'd a Mail from ,H6 l l a n d. Gonjtantinople, Jan. 2z. ' The Porte is.now fo far from apprehending any Evil on the Side of Perjia, that it has permitted part of the Troops which were upon the Frontiers to return, home': It is, however, not lefs attentive to keep jts Magazines in a good Condition, to prevent any Sur~  e Military Cheft into the Town without the Lois of a fagleMan. Trm Prince? Lobkoivitsfs Quarters at Neubourg, Feb. 20. We are now Matters of all the Upper Palatinate on both Sides of the Naab, excepting Amherg, Burglengenfeld, and1 Donauftauff". One of our Parties, on the *6th, which was. advanced as far as the Danube, had a faart Skirniifh with a Squadron of Dragoons, to the Succour of which there alfo came a Company of Grenadiers imI a Troop of Palatine Dragoons; but our Huffars, not *t all intimidated by a Superiority of Number, continu'd *he Fight with fp raucMsKgour, that the Enemy fearing to �e entirely cut off, were obliged to retire, with the Lois of 15 Dragoon* and .8 Grenadiers, which were made Prifoners^ ^d feveral Baggage-Waggons were taken. Geneva, Feb.. z.8. The Spanifh Troops .which had taken Qsarters in Ae Territories of the Chapter are at length Wor'd. Don Philip has alfo revok'd the Orders for presenting Corn from going out of Savoy. bgorn, Feb. t6. The Mailer of a French Tartan lately *rriv'd from Toulon reports, that Admiral Mathews continues to truiae off the ffles iUeresy and that bia Squtdtoa oonfifis of no rtldre than fifteen Men of War, he having detach'd a Squadron upon a fecret Expedition. The laft Advices from Corfica import, thai Lord Theodore having landed there, went immediately to Santa Reparata, where he was join'd b^r a great Number of Malecontents, who acknowledged him as their Xing, and took the Oath of Fidelity to him, fwearing by the Gofpel that they would afSft and defend him at the Hazard of their Lives. It's added, that this Lord is gone to\ Carte, in order to affemble a, general Diet of the States of the Kingdom. Bruffeh, March 4. /The eighth Divifion of Englim Troops, confuting of the Queen's Regiment of Dragoons, the Scotch Fuzileers, and the Regiment t of General Hujk, pafs'd this Place the Day before Yefterday for Germany, under the Command of Major-General Cope. The Regiments of Ponfottby, Bligh, sxA^fohnfon, whidi form the ninth and laft Divifion, will take the fame Rout the Day, after Tomorrow. Maeftrieht, 'March 3. " The Earl of Stair arriv'd here the 25 th of laft Month : The Governor fent a whole Company to his Quarters as a .Guard, but his Excellency refus'd to accept of them, an4 contented himfelf with a common Gu^rd. The following is an Extract of a Letter to the B.iron de Reifchach, the Queen of here, dated at Camto Santo, Feb. 12. :he Face of Affairs is changed to our pleafed the Almighty to blefs our has been beaten, and half their Army Remainder, which confifts only of a n-pil.-. d the Panaro with great Pre-towards Bologna, to refume their Hague, March from Count Tra Hunzah's Minify as !,ner Advantag Arms.   ThN deftroy'd j Body of 6000 Men, cipitation, and fled former Polls. I am not .addicted to boaft, bgt allure you ' this Battle is of very great Importance.' Utrecht, March 8. A Letter from Manheim has brought the News of the Death of the Electrefs Dowager Palatine, who died the 18th of laft Month at Florence, in the 78th Year of her Age. From the General Quarters at Schardinggn, Feb. 16. On the 14th we receiv'd News, that the Body of 4000 Troops which isJn the Archbifhoprick of Saltzbcurg, had been join'd by 3000 from the Tyrol. Paris, March 1. M. de Lomaca, heretofore Interpreter of the Turkifh Ambaffador at this Court, is juft arriv'd here from Conftaniinople, charg'd with certain Negociations on the Part of his Highnefs. He immediately repair'd tc* Verfailles. *� L O N D O N. A Brigantine belonging to Swanzey, bound from London to Dublin, was on the zift of February carried into St. Malo by a Spanfffi; PrrVafee'ri".. Having been taken a few Days before off the Start, together with a Sloop which was fent to Cherbourg. Yefterday died at Kenfington, the Lady Frances Ben* tinck, youngeft Daughter to his Grace the Duke of Portland. Laft Week the Rev.. Staveley Parker, M. A. was appointed by his Majefly Chaplain �o the Britifh Factory at Lifbon, in the room of the Rev. Mr. Morgan, who hzt refign'd.   . A Difpenfation is pafs'd the Seals to enable the Rev. Mr. Thomas Pyle to hold the Rectory of Dodbrooke in Devonfhire. And another to the Rev. Mr. William Harris to hold the Rectory of Bifhopflon in Glamorganshire. The Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor has prefented the Rev. Mr. James Carter to the Rectory of Wellingham St. Mary's in Suffolk. . On Sunday died in advanced Years, Mr. Herman fen. ah eminent Merchant in Sherbourne-Lane. Laft Week died at Bath, Mr. Tomkins, a wealthy Holier in the Strand. -        " Yefterday James Guttery was committed to New-Prifon by Col. De Veil, for felonioufly flealing fourteen Pair of Stockings, the Property of Mr. Richard Carr, found upon him. The fame Day James Bade, a noted Gambler, was committed to the fame Place by the fame Gentleman, for cheating and defrauding Mr. Richard^ Barrett of Nine Guineas at cutting of the Cards. On Sunday two Men were committed to the Gatehoufe, Weftminfter, by James Frafer, Efq; for robbing Mrs. Hannah Lowrie in her Houfe of feveral Things; there were two other Perfons concern*d not taken. She was ufed very ill by them, and was afraid of being kill'd. William Norman, who was committed to Newgate on the Oath of Samuel Bond, for being concern'd with Thomas Cummins, convicted in January SefEons (and now under Sentence of Death) for robbing the faid Samuel Bond, at the bottom of ^now-Hill, was on Friday laft difcharg'd by the Court at rtie Old Baily, the Jury having retum'd the Bill Ignoramus. We hear that Yefterday at the Opening at Marybon-Gardens great Numbers of the Gentry breakfaft/ed, who exprefs'd an uncommon Satisfaction at the Neatness of the Place, the Goodnejs of the Accommodations, the Finenefc of the Mufick, the Regularity of the Attendants, and above all, admir'd the Situation of the Place. The Lent-Sermon Tomorrow at St. Ann Black-Fryars; will be preach'd by the Rev. Mr/Price, JL&dt of St. Ethelburga; and that on Fridayiy theR?v.Dr.BxiUbwe, Rector of Alhallows Staining.1; pr*yer* w3t bojjin at Seven o'clock. - ^ Great Numbers of Genilemen a^iadief.reforjt to-^ev* Virginia Coffee-Houfe behind theBxChaftge^ to fee Ihfrthies furprifing Ratthj-Snakes, aliw, and foil of Vigour, ^tho' they have receiv'd no manner of Suftemuvce above th,efe eight Months; as alfo a carious Combo, alive, from the Eaft Indies; with a great many Things in SheHrWorki and other Curiofities, too many to mention here; and thcrle Gentlemen and Ladies that intend to fee thefe Curiofities, are defir'd to come by Day-Light. The Price far-feeing thefe Things is One Shilling eacn Pcrfon. - Brijiol, Feb. 26. . We have an. Account from Bed^infter of a Murder committed there, about three Month* fince, on the Body of a Parifh Girl, bjr Edward Line (Tythfng-man of the {aid Parifh, by Trade a Wcaverj and hi* two Sons,.James and Thomas, sxA Sttfenna..his Daughter; . which, in all its Circumftanccs, is much fuch another horrible- Affair as Madam Branche's This A^mlejr was brougiir Light oh Account ejdT the fiid Edward f�ine> Wreatening to fue one Thomas Short, ut the Ship in Bed-minfter, for hinting fome'M.itters relating to the Murder, and being ah Inftmment in having the Child dug up -fourteen Days after it was buried, �nu examin'd ; when the Marks of Violence appear'ci ;n a confprcuous M inner, oti the Face, Temples, Back, Sec. which reaching the Notice of Col. Codrington, thofe horriti C.rcu;nihmces, and the Depofition of James Stokes, who r.vs an Eye-Whnefs to the Cruelty, and liv'd in the Family at the Charge of the Parifh, occafiOn'd their being all apprehended and committed to Ivelchefter-Gaol on WedncfJay fail, under a ftrong Guard. She was the Daughter of a poor Woman who happen'd to beg through Beammiler, was taken up by the faid Line, when big with Child, and the Deceafed in her Hand, which fo fnghten'd the Womnn, that fhe died a few Days after; and the poor Child being cenvcy'd to , its proper Parifh, but refus'd Acceptance by the Par.fhioners, was then brought back to Line's Houfe, and entertain'd at the Parifh Charge. * We hear from Bradninch in Devonfhire, that the Weavers of that Place are up in Arms, on Account of their Mailers forcing them to take Corn, Bread, Bacon,^Cheefc, Butter, and other Neceffaries of Life, in Truck, as it is call'd, for their Labour. [ Edinburgh, Feb. 21. We have had very high Winds of late, and great Swellings of the Waters, by which many Dam-Dykes have been carried away; and from Stirling Shire-we are told, that moft antient Monument of Antiquity, reckon'd upwards of two thoufand Years old, known by the Name of Arthur's Oven, is thrown down. /SCHEME/jr raifing Eight Hundred Thoufand Pounds* cr Ottf Million, by IVay cf lattery. F I RSI Number of_ Prizes. 1 2 5 10 5� 102 2330 f A K. T. Value. Amount. 1. J. cooo �    5<3oo 2506    - 5000 xoeo    -:-    500a coo    ��� �     �    5000 100---    5000 50    ---    5100 20   ---   46600 Firft drawn 300 Laft drawn   500 2500 Prizes, - 17500 Blanks, at 7I. each, 77J00 122560 20<5po Tickets, at 101, each, - 200000 The Drawing the Firft Part to determine the Drawing the other Four or Five Parts. This Evening will be performed, At the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, The Stratagem. At the TheatreJRoyal in Covent-Garden, Macbeth. Yefterday Bank Stock was-145 3 4th*'a "'146. India Stock 178. South-Sea Stock no 1 half. Ditto Old Annuities 114 1 half a 3 4ths. Ditto New/112 7 8ths a 113. Three per Cent. Annuities iqi a 1007 8ths. Ditto 1742, toi a 100 7 8ths. Milhon Bank 117 3 4thsr. Equivalent in. Royal Afiurance 81. London Amirance ii5 8ths. Englifh Copper 4I. 103. Welfh ditto, no Price. African, no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 11 x 1 half. Five per Cent, ditto 75 3 4ths a 76. New Bank Circulation 4I. 5s. Prem. India Bond* 4I. 9s. a 103. Prem. Three 1 half Salt Tallies 2, Prem. Three 1 half pet Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 2 3 4ths, Difc. Lattery -Oficej r8 January, 1742. -CT*HE Managers and Direftors appointed by A3 of Parliament to take in the Tickets of the Bridge-Lottery Anno 1740, and to deliver out Certificates in 'lieu. thereof payable by the Cajhiers of the Bank, finding that notwithftand^tg the feveral Noticet by them given fir bringing in Tickets to be entered, great Numbers are yet outftanding, do give this further Notice, that the 1 (.tbDayvf March next is the lajl Day appointed by AS of Parliament fj/r taking in Tickets and delivering out Certificates, and for this Purpofe daily Attendance -will be continued to be given at their Office near the Receipt $f bis Majefly s Exchequer.._� TH.E uninfluenced lnha:vant^ ot th? '; -rifh of St. Margaret We&ninfter, are defir'd to meet Tomorrow, the" .*& infant, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, in theVeflry-RooKi of che'laid Pu3h, in order to �3cert their primitive and indubita&U Right of chufing a proper Perfoh into" the t?ffice cf-Ctek to the Panffl, in tfce room of Mr.W^Wccd, deceai'd. ....... '   

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