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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 2, 1943, London, Middlesex                                ally j/ - - .   WE D NESDA t,   M A r c h i,. ,1743. /?/,  February 28. . ..-=^|ffrjRR.IV,D, and fail'd[for the River, the Lenox Man of War; the Chanh-.ing. Molly, for Penzance ; and the Grade, Spring, for Oporto.  Came down,  the New-England Galley, for Rofton j the Rachael,-for South Carojina ,  the Loyal Betty, for Southampton ;  the Humble, Portfmouth ; the Betty, for ginia, and  remain ;   with Ships as per laft.   Wind N. W. An ExtraSi of a Letter from Pa r;s. The-. Sd^ea-Matter which eugrofTes all the public!-here, is, a .Declaration laid to have been. deU- fo nic.-likcvvi -  HISS Attention ver'd by A'liniiters of the King of Pruffia to his BrfMu-Majeily- and the States General, and which lur ife  been corarounicaJLed �0 . the Diet at Fryxcf;^ ,______.      tioii iV *iiled ftcre, the Magnanimous j the jrrgheit Eulogiums are given 0/ it, and of the Penetration, Wil'doni, and Refolution which fas Pruffian Majelly dif-covers therein, who, in a manner, may be faid to enrsaten all the Princes of the Empire, and even to give Law to them, fo far as concerns the Preservation and Peace thereof.   It was at firit, Iook'd upon as a thing certain, tlist this Prince had. a thorouga good Underitanding witn < the late Cardinal Fleury wiien he form'd this refolure � Projed; but it's now well known that tnere was notfuch ' Confidence placed in that Minilter as has been iiiggeited : * However, tins Conduct of the King of PruJJia is thought * here to be tne molt effectual Means to re-eitablilh. Peace 1 in the Empire, which is moll ardently wilh'd for by tnis * Court; for if his Prufiian Mfelly's Scheme facceeds, the * Queen of Hungary will be in no Livelihood of mending * her Affairs, or gaining any'Advantages by continuing the ' War, wherefore of courfe that pnncefs will confent.to a * Peace; and as the Fidelity with wnicn tiie Maritime ' Powers perform their Engagements to the Houfe of * Aujiria, will convince the Emperor that it is impofltble 1 lor urn to fucceed in bis Pretentions to the Eitates of the � late Emperor Charles the Sixth, be will be eafily induced ' to liften to the Propofajs. of Peace which will be made * again to- him upon the Pian of the Uti poJJidcUs. Tnis is '-the general Opinion at Court. � They write from the Empire, that befides the Scheme ' form'd by the King of Prujfia, as has been above-{ mention'd, there is-aWther drawn up at tne Court of the ' young Elector Palatine, who having determin'd to obferve ' an exad Neutrality, has wrote to the Eledor of Mentx 1 concerobg theMarch. of the Britijb and Hanoverian rroops 1 into incEmpire, ana the Confcqticiicss iviu'ea axaf-AtbuiLiuc * Entry of fuch an Army there. His Electoral Highnefc pro-� pofes to the Eleftor of Mentz certain Means to cblbuct * that Defign . Among.others, tkat the Ele&ors of Mentz, ' Triers, Cologne, and Palatine, {hall jointly write to tiie * King of Great Britain, to diiTuade him from going on � with that Enterprize : That this Union be ftrengtnen'd ' by a iirict AlTociation with the Circles of Swabia, Fran-' conia, Wefphalia, and the Upper and Lower Rhine, in 1 order to oppofe that March : Tiat the Diet be dchYd, * in the molt earneft manner, to provide for the Security of ' the Empire. As foonas the Court of Piennavtzz inform'd ' of thefe Deliberations, the Queen orikr'd Count Coben2el ' to repair to Mentz, in order to endeavour to prevent the ' Elector "from complying-with the above Propofals, -which ' favour but little of a Neutrality } and alio to treat with * the Directors of the fe\ieral Circles of Wejlpbalia, &c. ' upon the fame Subject. It is not doubted but that this ' Minifter will be fupported in his Negociations by 'Mr. * ViUers, Mmiiter from the Kong of Great Britain, who ii ' fet out from Vienna to feveral Courts ol Germany, in order ' to promote the Interefts of the Queen of Hungary. * The more the King applies hinifelf to paD'lick Affairs, ' the more he difcovers his great Abilities. The following ' is in. a few Words his true Chaxa&er : His Majeiry is by * Nature juft, wife and good; impenetrably iecret, pious,- ' tho' not without human Frailties, loving'Eaie.and rleafure � ' more than Labour; of a folid Judgment, and .great ' Memory ; well verfed in Hiftoiy, particularly that of jus ! 1 own Nation.  He was not born a Soldier, and is therefore �) f llrongly inclin'd to Peace; of a great Genius, fen^ble of * Friendftrip, and detefts Injustice.' Petcrjburg, Feb. 5, General, Keith hath refolv'd to remain in this Service, as has iikewife Lieutenant-General Lieven, and feveral other"foreign Officers of Reputation. Fin �eiice, Feb. 16. The Spaniards, after their Retreat from the Battle of Campo Santo, had given out through file City of Bologne, that they would on a certain Day expofe to pubUck View the Kettle-Drums arid the Standards which they, had taken from the Enemy, which drew !| a great Concourfe of People. together, but rrothing of that kind was to be feen, which occafion'd grftat Laugning and Raillery among the Populace. According to their own Account, they left above three thqufandMen dead upon the Field of Battle, and there are"almoit as-many wounded and deferted. There is a-Report here, tkat the Pope is fallen iU, and that .this 'News was "brought by feme Travellers v.'hgjtft Rome after Jhe ^aft^ofl.' Vienna, Feb. .20. Tbxce Battations Joonsakte .of an old Hungarian Regiment, jpin'd fin ithe Rbad by s. foarth,  atr tntft bumble S?r uhfethers 10 the Rev. Mr. Stackhouse'j HISTORY of ,he BIBLE, wbieb'is no^jjprinting with bis Majejiy s Rojal Privilege andLianci. Ihey are defird to take Notice, THAT the Firft Volume of" this Work is now perfeftfd, and that the End of the Fifth Dcok, beffig the fiifl Shctt of the fifty-third Number, complete! che Voldm-. The General Title to the Second Volume, together wth a corrijletc Jndcx to the whole Work, will ba �3eiivcj-'d with the laft Number. N. B. Any Perl", n therefore that has :i Mind to fubfcri'ne fo this Work for the future^ raSy be;'in with No. J. or have the Firft Volume deliver'* all at once, cither b.-uiyl, *' ojiy^/evv'd nr. in Pafteboari': r though its beine"only put into H^lf-Binding for the prefsht, i- by much the be{! Method, p.nd is therefore recommended as fuch to thofe iJei rorv= that have already got the riift: Volume, wh'xh they took in Weekly, nsir canr: out in Mumbcrs. ' Printed for S. AuitRn, in Newgate-Street. - nr>H E I n pep'endh n t lnbabuards of the City art? �* Liberty of 'W estmisstsr, are iififd to meet at the Standard Tavern inffeicefter-Fieidt, on Friday next, the Atb' injiav.t, at Seven o^Glock in the Evening, to csnmtmtrBti the �noble Sfriigile they fo fucceffully made in Support of their Liberty and hidependency. H ii   Mii^rs   ol  the   Temple - MiMs Brafs-Works give Notice,-that a General Meeting will be held1 on Friday next,-the ifi infttnt, ;t E'cecn o'XT'ock p'-eri
                            

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