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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 3, 1943, London, Middlesex Numb. 37^2^ THURSDAY, Ma|ch 1743. jits Eftal, March 1. ' EM A IN, the Dolphin Man of War, the Terrible and Granada Bombs, and the Charles Tender ; the Portfmouth Tranfport, Gofling, and the Neptune, Benton, both for Maton j the Rachael, Wadder-burn, for South Carolina j the New-England Galley, Hall, for Boftdn ; the Agnes and Betty, Bream, for Philadelphia ; the Loyal Betty, Garret, for Southampton; the Betty, Blandy, for Virginia; and the Hamble, Dormer, for Portfmouth. Came down, the Haflemere, Walker, for Barbadoes; and the John, Holme, for Carolina. Arriv'd, the John and Kate, Quint-land, from Lifbon; the America, Ore, from Leghorn; and the Georgia and William, Peach, from Oporto. The Induftry Tender is fail'd for the River. Wind S. W. Ycfterday arriv'd a Mail from France, and one from Flanders. Naples, Tib. 12. People are very impatient here to know the Succefs of the Negotiation which the Marquis de Fogliani is fent upon into England, In the mean time the Works along the Sea Side are carrying on with the utmofl Diligence, and the City is put into fuch a Condition as to be able to make a long Refiftance. Leghorn, Feb. 15. Eighteen Pieces of heavy Cannon have been bought at Amfterdam, and order'd to be con-fign'd according to the Direction of King Theodore. They write from Modena, that a Fire has happen'd .there in the Stables of the Duke,, which has almofr, reduced them to Afees.. Vienna, Feb. 20. The Reports which,were at firft fpread here of-a. Victory having been obtain'd by the Spaniards in Italy caufed great Uneafinefs, from which the People did not recover till the Arrival of Count- d'Althan, who gave the Queen a very different Relation of that Aftion, and at the fame time made it evidently appear to her Majefty, in the Prefence of the Grand Duke, and a great Number of Lords, that if the Ground would have permitted the. Auftrian Horfe to have join'd in the Aftion, and fupported the Foot, not a Spaniard would have efcaped, as well by reafon of the extraordinary Confufion they were under, as becaufe the Cavalry would have been fent to break down and burn the two Bridges, which were of great ufe to them in their precipitate Retreat. Hague, March 6. They write from Freybourg, that the Guard* v� that Town had been doubled, upon receiving News that the French Troops in Alface. had form'd a Defign of feizing upon it, in order to enter that way into Swabia. The March of the 20000 Men is not now talk'd of with fo much. Warmth as it was fome time ago ; and tho' the Province of Holland continues in the fame Refolution, yet it's thought by many, that, this Affair will not be effected fo foon as fome People imagin'd it would, and efpecially fo long as the Arms of her Majefty of Hungary continues fo victorious, or that this Princefs preferves an Equilibrium in the prefent War. The Court of France has lately made fuch perfuafive Remonftrances to the States General, that five of the Provinces- are ftrongly againft the March of the 20000 Men. The Deputies of thefe five Provinces fay, that it muft be a Neutrality alone which can preferve the Low Countries, promote the Happinefs of the Republick, put into its Hands the Balance of Power", and enable it to be Mediatrix. There is a notable Memorial preparing upon this Subject; and affur'd that the Syftem therein con-tatird will certainly be purfu'd, fo long as the Court of Vienna preferves its Advantages. PXHs A-la-main, March 8. Marfhal d'Asfeld, Governor of the Town and Citadel of Strafiourg, died in the Night between the 6th and 7th, in tne 78th Year of his Age. The News inferted in the publick Papers of the Pope's having made a Promotion of fifteen Cardinals, proves entirely falfe. A Diftemper call'd the Gripes very much prevails here, which carries off a great Number of People, efpecially thofe who are advanced in Years. Marfhal de Biron is ill of this Diforder. L O N D O N. Letters by the _ French Mail Yefterday mention, that a great Fire had happen'd at Chamberry, which had reduced the Palace in that City to Afties, together with feveral other Houfcs ; and that Don Philip narrowly efcaped perifhing in the Flames. 'Tis added, that the Swifs Cantons, had affembled about 20000 Men near Geneva, in order to make Head againil the Spaniards; and that 1000 Men were added to the Garrifon of that City, Geneva. And that a Spahifh Man of War from St. Antibes was loft in the Bay of Ahncria, near Malaga. - On Tuefday died the Lady of Thomas Powell, Efq; at his Houfein Bedford-Row. She was Sifter to the late Lord Chancellor Harcourt, and Great Aunt to the prefent Lord .Viftount Harcourt." On Tuefday died at Kenfington the el arA will be ready to treat with fuch Perfons as are drfirous to fell and import the Stores under-mentioned for his Majefty''s Service, between Nine and Ten o^Clock each Morning, on the Days exprefd againft the fame, that they may attend witb-their Propofals at thofe Times, viz. Friday the lSth infant, for h or way Goods. Monday the 21ft, for Eaft-Country Tar. Wndnefday the zyiyfor Iron. Friday the z$th, for Eaft land Plank. Monday the zSth, for Hemp. Wednefday the $oth, for Riga Mafts. _Dated at the Navy-Office the 2d of March, 1742. ViCi UALl.1 j.n 17 -U;riLfi, 2 iMa^nfi 742. CT'HE CommiJJioners for Vithiailing his Mnjejlfs ~* Navy give Notice, that on Wednefday next, the qtb infant, in the Forenoon, they will be ready to ti eat for II'beat for the Service of bis Majtftys Navy. VICI U ALLL i\ (j - O r i-1 CE, 2 lii.iwn, 1742-CJ^UE Ccmmiffwner\ for Vi-lttaHixg Majijly s Navy give Notice, that on Wedncfdiy tee ^o'.h Infant, in the Forenoon, they will be ready to treat with fucb Perjzus . as are inclinable to furitifh Salt, as alfo Hamburgh Pipe and Hogfhead Staves, and Iron Hoops, for the Se/vice of lis Majefty s Navy._ ~ Office for Sickand Wou: ded Seamen, &c. March 2,1743. CT'HESE are to give Notice, that the Commijf oners . for taking Care of Sick and Wounded Seamen, and exchanging Prifoners of War, will be ready at their Office on Towjr-Hill on Thurfday the 1 oth ivftant, by Eleven* o� Clock in the Forenoon, to treat with fuch Perjon or Perjons as may be willing to furnifh Hair Mattreffes, Rugs and Blankets, for theUfe of his Majefty's Hofpital at 'Jamaica, when fuch Perfons Propofals are to be deliver d in, feald up ) and in the meantime they may be inform'd of all Particulars relating to this Service at the faidm Office. _^^^^^ 1 allow-Chandlers ffall, London, Feb. z 1, 1742. 11/'HEREAS there is great Reafon to jufpetl that many Perfons in private Rooms, Garrets, and other unenterd Places within the Bills of Mortality," do fraudulently make Tallow Candles without paying the Duty, and to the great Prejudice cf the fair Traders .* I his is therefore to give Notice, that whofoever fliall within one Month from the Date hereof make Difcovery of any ftccp Offender or Offenders, to any one of the Surveyors of the Duty On Candles, (whofe Names and Excife-Chambers are hercundtr-written) fhall receive Five Pounds Rejvjard for each and every Perfon fo difcoverd, as fhall be con-aicled of the faid Offence- be fere the Commifftoners of Excife, over and above all other Rewards given by the feveral Ails of Parliament in that Cafe made, to be paid by Mr. John Cock^ Clerk to the Company of Tallow-Chandlers, at their Hall on Dowgate-Hill, London, immediately after Conviftion ; and the A aim of the Perfon making fuch Difcovery to be kept private, if required. Mr. Smith, Baldwin s Court, Cloak-Lane. Mr. Hefflop, Virginia-Street, Ratc/iff-Highway. Mr. Paxton, Gun-Street, Spittlefelds. Mr. Watfon, Lamb''s-Chapel-Court, Crippltgate. Mr. Wilkinfon, Caroline-Court, Saffron-Hill. Mr. Sheldon, Coal-Yard, High Ho/born. Mr. Marfh, Coventry-Court, Hay-Market. Mr. Webb, St. Mary Overy s Church-Yard._ cr*H � Independent Inhabitants of the City a> d Liberty of Westminster, are defird fo meet at tie Standard Tavern in Leicefter-Fields, Tomorrow, being the �tb infant, at Seven 0''Clock in the Evening, to commemorate t/be noble Struggle they fo fuccefsfully made in Support of their Liberty and Independency. , TH H Mmagcrs of the Temple ivi hi Bafs-Works give Notice, that a General Meeting will be hi.il Tomorrow, the 4th inftant, at Eleven o" Clock precifdy, at the Biddc Swan Tavern in Bartholomew-Lane, behind the Royal E�cij2n�e, wh�- iUi the Propr etois are defir'd to attend.
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