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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 5, 1943, London, Middlesex                                S A IT U R D A Y,   Mice h #; 174^ March 3. i fllT back, the OJrnwal. Matt of War; the Warwick) Mm^ifer, and the WineheHea, Adaav Ifetb for Eaft-India; and moft of the outward-bound Ships, which are now tgain 'under Sail to the Weftwarib Remain, the Leopard and colp'hin Men of War, the Terri&e and Granada Bombs, and -the Bftfpatch. . Tender. Came down aw! ''fail'd, theGh%ow� Edgar, and the York Frigate, Bu&u�, both 'fa Gibraltar; and the Penelope, Weft; for Maryland. ArrVd, hi? Majelty's Ships the Squirrel, from. Madeira, with the St. Peter and Jofeph, a Prize ; and the Greyhound, from Qftend j and the --, Bartholomew, from Maryland.  Wind -_N. W. by N.- ; Jn Extratf of a Letter from a Perfon of Di/fin&ion at V i e n n a, dated March 4, � Sevejrid Conferences have been lately held' at Cotet, to � which Mr. Robinfon and the Count de Canales, Miniflers 1 from Qreat Britain and Sardinia,} were always invited. � The principal Subject of thefe Conferences was, in the * firft Place, to, find out an effectual" Way to engage the � Emprefc of R*fia to confent to the Renewal of the ' Treaty, which the Queen is greatly intereftcd to fee con- .� eluded, before Ihe caufes the old Troops which are in � Hungary to march into Germany. Tho* the Court of � Vienna feems externally to fhew great Security in regard � to the Conduct, of theTurk, and.to openly flatter themfelves, < that let what will happen, it has nothing to fear from  iipatches -which this Ptincefs not long ' ago receiv'd from OmfiahtiriopU, difcover'd that th* � Dtvan was fo equivocal in relation to the Affairs of the * Porte with the Houle of Auftria, as thai this AfTembly ' was five or fix Days before^ giving fuch an Anfwer to the * Auftrian Minifier as fhOuld in the beft manner prevent * any Jealoufy or Mirtruft; but which, however^ fufficiendy * manifeiled its little Inclination to k^ep in Amity with the ' Court of Vienna: For this Reafon her Majefty of Hun-' gary in fo fubmiffive a Manner pays her Court to Ru/Jia, ''in-order to contract an Alliance. with this Nation, by � means whereof that Princefs might poflihly gather Laurels - * in Germany and. Italy, after being affur'd of her {ianga-4 riaa Temtorief, being gaorrantied by her, Cz&ilh Majsfty * But as it is intontefbxbly known that the Affairs of Sweden 1 does not lefs emtjarrafs the Emprefs of Ru/fia, than the ' Apprehenfion of tiie Event of fevei'al other doubtful ' Circumftances,, People look1 upon it as a thing certain, ' that the Court of Vienna will not be able to renew the 4 antient Treaty, Jet it make what Offers it will.' L     O"   N     D     O     N. Yefterday an. Exprefs arriv'd at the. Admiralty, with an Account-that his MajeftyV Ship.the Squirrel of twenty Guns* Capt-. Geary, had deftroy'd off- the Madeiras a Spanifh Privateer of confiderab|e Force that had been fitted out at the Canaries: After which Capt. Geary came up with-and took a Spanifh Regifter Ship off the Weftern Ifiands, call'd the'St. Peter and St. Jofeph, from La Vera Cruz, bound to'_fCadjhaving.oa .board feventyrfour Cheits of Silver,-, each Cheft JCQntaining.3000 Pieces of Eight; four fmall Chefts of ;Goid; worth about 30001. Sterling i and-four hundted-Bags of Cochineal, befides Indico, &c. the whole of whi$h is valued at upwards of iooqqoJ. Sterling, and brought -her into the Downs kft Thurfiiay. There wis another Spanifh Regifter Ship in Company with the above,- but fhe with fome Difficulty got into FyaJi. There are .Letters .by the Squirrel Man of War from Madeira which mention, that the Charles, Capt. Ernie, bound from London for Africa, was taken the 17th of JanuaryJafiy a hundred- and fifty Leagues from the Lizzatd, by a Spanifh Privateer of a hundred Mert andtwenty Guns, after an Engagement of two Hours, and fent to Spain i which Privateer was afterwa/ds taken by the Fox Man of War, and caBied into Madeira. The Captain is a frenchman, and had eigbjt Englifhmen on board, one of which was the Mate.    ; . / Yefteidaj^\Adyke came, that the Befborough, Qapt. Mercer, had; taken on the Irilh Coaft-a Ship bouud to Nantz, laden with Wool; call'd the St. Michael, Capt Goven, and carried her into Kinfale. ^ The Lord Vifcount Wenman has declar'd himfelf a Can--didate for the-County of Oxford, in the rood of the Lord Vifcount Clarendon, now Eari of LitchfieHi*   , And Affleck, Efqj is named a Candidate for. the County of Suffolk, in the room of Sir Jermyn cavers,' Bart, deceas'd. We hear^he Initiation of Knights of the Bath willbe: beginning pf next Month, in Henry the Seventh's Chapel in Weftminfter-Abbey. Laft^ Night died at his Apartments in St. James's Palace, George Brinckman,-Efq>.one of the Pages to "the King, �Qd likewife one of his Majefty^ Valet de Chambres. We heartheie is a Claufe in the Act for punifhing Rogues' and Vagabonds, to ; inflict a more fevere Punimnient on �rfons whohawie'Unaamfr'd-lfewa'^HpeK than atpreient % are liable .we.fcear a All will Be brought in for prohibiting the wearing Carnbricks for a certain time. TheRer. D^. ThurfBy, Minifter of 5foke-Newington, is appointed Lecturer of the faid Church, in the room of the Rev. Mr-. Sear, deceas'd. Mr. Mafon, an eminent Attorney at Law*, i? chofen Clerk to the Painters Company, in the room of Mr. Edward Northey, deceas'd. OnThurfday Night a Man wa^ committed to St. JamcsV Round-Houfe, 'for flabbing fome Perfoais in a dangerous manner with a long Knife, at the King's Head Alehoufe in St. James's Street. On Wednefday Night kft Mrs. Leak, who kee^s a Batcher's Shop in the New Market by Holborn-Bndge, was knock'd down by a Villain, and bruis'd in a terrible Manner; but a Gentleman hearing her cry out, came to her Affiftance, and prevented her from being robb'd, but the Fellow made off undlfcover'd. She had Seven Pounds in her Pocket. -    . . _ Abundance of People daily refort to fee PerrottV Artificial Garden, in the Five Fields^/ Chelfea, which., confifls of Trees eight Foot high, bearing Oranges, Lemons, Peaches, Nectarines, and Rofes i illuminated with"more beautiful Luftres of Candles than ever were feen at Rafaelagh or Vaux-Hall..  What is more furprifrog in it, is, that the Company which hath been ih it have been at a Lofs to find their Way out. Altho1 he is.gratified in a handfome manner by the Nobility and Gentry,' yet he" fhews.it his Cuftomers any Day, and any Time of the Day, if they fpend but .J3ix Pence each Perfon. Southampton, March 2.   Arriv'd, the Expedition Packet, "ofGuernfey, Morant, Mafter, from St. Malo, whd reports, that there lay at St. Malo, when he came from thence the 25th ult. a Spanifh Privateer, of four Carriage and eight Swivel Guns, and forty-five Men, commanded by dpt. Andres.   The faid Privateer had taken within two or three Days before her Arrival.at Sti Malo two Prizes, one a Brigantine, with Chalk Rubbifh, from London for Wales, and carried her. into St. Malo; the other a Sloop, laden with Brandy and Tobacco, fuppos'd to be a Smuggler, which fhe fent into Piefo in Bretagne, within the Seven Ifiands ; both which Prizes fhe took off the Start. This Evening will be perform'd, At the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, Hamlet. At the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, The Country Wife, with Pterfeus and Andromeda.__ High Water at Londoh'Bridgc this Day at 26 Minutes after 5 in the Morning, and 47 after 5 in the Afternoon. Yefterday Bank Stock146 3 4ths a 146.   Jndia Stock 179.1 4dL*i&&-'^ �> Price.   Ditto O.'d Annuities 114341115 a^Srlw. Ditto New 113. Three per Cent. Annuities ipo-i half a � 4th. Ditto 1742, 100 i half a i 4th. Million Bank 118. Equivalent 111. Royal Affuranc* 81. London AITurance 11 5 8ths a 3 4ths. Englifh Copper 4I. ios. WeHh ditto, no Price. African, no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 112 1 4 th. Five per Cent, ditto, no Price. New Bank Circulation 4!. 7s. 6d~. Prefn. India Bonds 4I. ios. a 9s. Pr fraudulently make Tallow Candles without paying the Ditty, 4t�d to the great-Prejudice of the fair Traders : Tbts_ is therefore to give Notice, that whofoever fhall within, one Month from the.Date hereof make Difcwery of fnyjucb Offender or Offenders, to any ant of the Surveyors of the Duly oh Candles", (  difcoverdt asjha/l be tonvWed pfj^ftid Offence before . the CommURoners of Excife) over and]aheveettlather Rewards diateirpfterConvUiion ; and the flame of theTcr&n making fuchDifigtpsryto be kept prpvate,ff rep&'di Mr'. Smith,- Pahtv&,t,.Cq�&, QeaA-Lme. �.   . Mr.-Hefiop,.: rirgbtiii*Street, R*trhff-f�ghway. "'\ Mr. Paxton, Gun-Street, Spittlefields.- '   / , Mr-. W$frh L^b^t&fetCoHrt, fyfpk&tte.,'\ ? 1 ' Mr.,WHMnfft, Qsrefye&ut*,.8affrfin*giil*   !i&f:' Mk-Sheldon,: Coair^rHighH^bom,- ' Mr. Marfh, Cbvtn^t&itri, Haj-Ma " Mr. Wtbbi StvMary Oxiry ^Z-u   

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