Daily Advertiser, March 9, 1743

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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 9, 1943, London, Middlesex The iVerBfef; f E D N" E S-0 AY; Marc h 9, 1743. Deal, Mauh 7, AST Night fcil'd his Majefty's Ship the Squirrel, and. the St. Petex and 5ofeph Prize, for the River." Came down his Majefty's Sloop Saltafhj 'the Queen of Hungary, Charles, for Jamaica i the Mercury, _Har-grave, for Philadelphia; and the Sally, Complin, for^Morlaix. Ar-riv'd, the Sarah Galley, Story, from Carolina and the .Charles Tender, from the Weihvard. &emam, the Leopard Man of War, the Terror Bomb, and the Saltafh Sloop. WindW. N. W. Yefterday-arriv'd"a Mail from Hoand, and brie from Flanders.. ,. ,- ""'Ik �Madrid, Feb. 19. The Court has receiv'd Advice, that the Ship call'd the Prtnceffa Was arriv'd from fajfeft Indies at Faro, having on board 500 Bales of. Cochineal, 3jpx>f Indigo, fome Drugs, and ztcfooo Pieces of Eight. TSfefe is alfo arrived' at Lagos a Regifter-Ship from La Vera Crux, and feveral other" Veffels richly laden, are hourly cxpefted. ,. i - Petcrfiurg, Feb. 20. Orders nave been lent to her Imperial Majefty's Plenipotentiaries at Abo, not to confent to an Anniftice With Sweden but upon Condition that the BMhop-of Lubee mould be chofen Succeffor to' the Throne of that Kingdom. The laft Advices from AJlracan con^ firm the bad Condition of Thomas Kouli Kan's Army i and add, that there was great mutinying amongit his Troops. Stockholm, Feb. 26. A few Days fince the four Orders of the Kingdom fent a Deputation to the King, to thank his Majefly for continuing fo ftriftly to apply hjnxfelf to preferve the Glory, and promote the Pfolperity of the Kingdom. The King, in the Anfwer which he gave them, botn by Word of Mouth and Writing; fkew'd that he was much affected with the Sentiments of the Orders, and Dutchies, or fomsthing more * confid�rable in Vataej tie antxent Limits ihaH fubfift on ' the �de of A*firi*y bat the Caftfc e* Pajfau, ^pd.thg * Town of that Name, fhalt be garrifon'd by Bavarian * Troops'. -Thirdly, Bavaria fhall be eredled into ^K.ing- * dom, to which fuch Additions fhall be made, as that the * Emperor fhall receive art annual Augmentation of Six ' Millions of Florins the Empire and. the Mediating � Powers fhall. be reqiiefted to form this Enlargement: But ' as an Affair of this Nature cannot fpeedily be regulated, .' the Emperor fhall in the mean time have the Auftiian 1 Law Countries by way of Mortgage, which be will give up again as, foo� as the Augmentation fhall be effe&ed, * and he1 pat into PofTeflion of it: In oafe the Revenne of" * t*e Lmv Coufltries"^io\x\i not Jbe fufficient to raife the ' above Six^illioBS,' it fhall be fupplied by a Sum of * Money payable annually. Fourthly, The Emperor pro-' raifesto interpole his good Offices? in order to amicably .' determine the Difference between Spain and" Great Bri-' tain. Fifthly, He promifes likewife to ufe his good 4 Offices to accommodate Matters between Spain and the * Court of Vienna, fhewjng^.that Peace may probably be * made between thefe two Courts, by means of fbme I Ctffion in Italy. Sixthly,'T�e Emperor ani the Medi- ' ating Powers fhall folemnly guaranty this Peace.- Seventhly, ' As foon as a Calm" fhall in .this manner be fettled in Ger-1 -many, the Emperor fhall join his Troops with thofe of ' the Empire, in order to confolidate the publick Repdfe, ' he Will confult with the Electors, Princes and Sutes, the ' moft proper Meafures for promoting the Welfare of. his * Country, and prote&ing it from Evils, to the End, that ' the Roman Empire may again-become refpec~lab\ to its 'Neighbours, its Friendfhip coveted, and its.. Rcfentment ' feat'd. In fhort, ,he hopes, with the Concurrence of his ' States, and of all the brave, German Nation, to carry the ' Glory of the Roman Empire to its higheft Point, iince it ' is the only Object of his Defires, and he has never had ' any .other Intention.' Madrid, Feb. 17. The Duke de Montemar is difmifs'd from the Poft of infpeftor-G.eneral of- the Cavalry. - A Marriage is talk'd of here between the Infanta Donna Maria Tbcrefa and the Dauphin of France. Modena, Feb. 19. The Spaniards are in a very defolate Condition, great part of their Artillery being taken, feveral Pieces of which they threw into the Panaro to facilitate their Flight.. Rome, Feb. 23. Cardinal Bellug-a died Yefterday Evening, fb that another Hat is become vacant. Three other Cardinals are dangeroufly ill. Florence, Feb. 23. The Spanifh Army does not confift in all ,at prefent of above 8000 Men. In the Action on the..-other Side of the Panaro the Spaniards had 3057 kuTd, about zooo private Men wounded, 227 Officers kill'd or wounded, 223 Officers taken Prifoners, with Soo private Men., The Auftrians 1237 kill'd, about 400 wounded, 222 private Men, fix Officers, and the Generals Peyerfberg'and .CicerUaken Prifoners. The IjIe&refsDowager Palatine has conftituted the Grand Duke of ffufcany tier univerfal Legatee ; the Inheritance amounts to. more than 7000600 of Crowns, two whereof are in ready Money. The Count de Richecourt has. by vertue of a full Power from the Grand Duke taken PofTeiiion of all the moveable Eftate of the -Houfe of Medicis, which was in the Hands of the late Eleclrefs. Bologna, Feb. 26. The Spanifh Troops are preparing to march, fome People think into Romania, but others are of Opinion that this Army,is going into Tufcany. Geneva, March 5. Letters from Italy advife, chat Count Traun has receiv'd a Reinforcement of 7000 Men from Germany, and had afterwards, with the Piedmontcfe Troops who had join'd him, pafs'd the Panaro ; and that .Count Gages, with, his Forces, were march'd towards Rimini and Forli. Neurembourg, March-8. The States of the Circle of, Franconia hare receiv'd a Letter from Prince Lobkowitz, affuring them, that he fhall have the ftrifteft Attention to prevent all Tranfadtions contrary to the Neutr;lity of that Grcle, provided only that they abltain with the fame Exaclnefs.from furnifhing the Town of Pgr a, or any other Places block'd up by the Troops of the Queen of Hungary, with Provifions and NecefTanes. They write from the Dutchy of Neubourg, that Prince Lobkowitz has again requir'd the Regency to pay the Contributions which have been impos'd on them, as the Palatine Troops do not keep the Neutrality. Neubourg in the Wosd, Feb. 15; At a Place call'd Fiechtelberg, abandon'd by the Enemy, a Foundery has been difcover'd, where feveral Cannons, Bombs, Balls, Arms, and foch like military Stores, #ave been found. Warfavj, Feb. 25. The Jews driven out of RuJJia take fhelter here in Droves ; it's afTur'd that their Number is at lealf. 35000. .Paris, March 7. The King fupplies gratis the Captains of Marfhal Belie}he,s Army with all the neceffary Militia for recruiting their Companies, and every Captain of Horfe and Dragoons with ten Men mounted and accoutred. Thejft write from the Upper Palatinate, that the Chevalier d'Hcrby had furpriz'd 420 Huffars, and had taken moft of them Prifoners. Paris, March 8. The Czirina has by her-AmbaiT-jdor Prince Cantemir demanded of the King, that the Marquis de la Chetardie mould return to the Court -of RujJia as Minifter from his moft Chriftian Majefly, which, it'i faid, has been granted.  BruJfels, March 10. Advice has been receiv'd( here, that three Englifh Ships, with- 700 Men on board, were arriv'd, under the Convoy of a Man of War, at OJiend. Hague, March 13. They write from Bavaria, that the Auftrian Troops in thofe Quarters were in full March towards Braunau and Burghaufen, in 'order to form the Blockade of thefe Places. The young Princefs-of Orange was baptiz'd on the 10th by the Name of Caroline'. The King of Great Britain, the Queen of PruJJia, and the Princefs Dowager of Orange,, were Sponfors. There were on this Occafion great Rejoicings all over the Country. LONDON. We heatf his Majefty will go to the Houfe of Lords Tomorrow, to fign fuch Bills as are ready for the Royal AfTent. Yefterday a Duel was fought in PipeVGround, near College-Street, Weftininfter, between two Perfons of Diftinttion; they made feveral P'afTes at each other, but-fome People coming by, parted them before either was wounded. The Right Hon. the Lord Higham, eldeft Son to the ^ Right Hon. the Earl of Malton-, was laft Week inoculated for the Small-Pox, and is & a fair Way of doing well.. Sir John Williams, Knc. and Alderman of this City, ic dangeroufly ill at his Honfrin Norfolk-Street of a Dropf/,' for which, he w.as ttpp'd laft Week, and feveral Quarts of Water drawn from him. L;tft Week George Huxley, Efq; eldeft Son of George H\ixley,-Efq; late Commiffiiry-General,. w;:s married . to the Reli.cl. of the Lite Dr. Bolton, of Cowley-Street, an agreeable Lady, With a large Fortune. * We hear the Rehearfil for the Fe:ift of the Sons, of the Clergy will be on Tuefday ;'ie 12th of April next, and the Feaft the TJmrfday.followi.ig. Laft-Thu'rfday ended the Affizes at Northampton, when the following lylalefaftors receiv'd Sentence of Death, viz.-William Ardeborough'and William Porter, for the Murder of Benjamin Meadow, at Kettering; and Willi an Dickens and Thomas Elderton, for Shecp-ftealing 5 the latter of whom was-repriev'd till next Affizes. At Winchefter Affizes Michael Biughan and his Wife were tried, and both found guilty, the former for'having four hundred Counterfeit Sixpences found in his Cuitody, and the latter for uttering that fort of Money, knowing it to be fo. Yefterday Anne Slate was committed to New-Prifdn bjr Col. De Veil, for fte:iling a great Quantity of wet Linnen, the Property of Mr. John Builk-y. The fame Dny Thomas Wood was committed to Clerkrtj-well-Bridewell by the fajne Gentleman, for chea^ng and defrauding a Gentleman of very large Sums of Money. Great Numbers of Gentlemen and Ladies refort to thfr Virg:niaCcfTee-Houfe behind the Exchange, to fee the three furprifihg Rattle-Snakes, alive, and: full of Vigour, altho' they have receiv'd no manner of SL'fcnance above thefe. eight Months; as alfo a curious Combo, alive, from the Eaft Indies; with a grer.t many Tilings in Shell-Work, and cither Curiofities, too many to mention here; and thofe . Gentlemen and Ladies that intend to fee thefe Curiofities, are defir'd to come by Day-Light. The Price for feeing thefe Things is One Shilling each Perfon. BAN )C~ R~ TT?~T. ~T~ Jofeph Harris, of Friday-Street, London, HaberdafHer and Dealer in Thread. High W.iter t Lo:Tdan:Bridgc this Day at 13 Mmutes. after 9 in the IV rning, and 4S after 9 at Night.  .yefterday Bamc >iock was 147 7 8ths a 3 4ths, for th* Opening. India Stock 180 a 181 1 half. ;v),it!i-Sea- Stock -! 10 1 4th. Ditto Old Annuit.es 114 5 2ths a 1 half. Ditto INew 113 a 112 3 4ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 100 1 half. Ditto 1742, 100 1 half. Million Bank u. Equivalent ill. Royal Aflurancc 8i. London ASutaaco 11 5 8ths a 3 4ths. Englifh Copper 4J. ids. Welfh ditto, no Price" African,- no Price. Seven per Cenw Emperor's Loan 1121 half. Ftve per Cent, ditto 76 i half-a-75 3 4ths. Bank Circulation 4I. 7s. 6d. Prem. India Bonds 4I. gs. a 10s. Prem. Thrre i half S.i't Tallies t 3 4ths, Prem. Tmeti half per Cent '\xcfieqoer Orders 5/ Prem. Three per Cent, ditto i 1 half, Difc A^D VERTISE MENT >o tbi 'uhjenbers 0 tb Jivi Mr. Stackhouje'j filSTORV of ibe BfBl-E, mthitb .s now printing 11 itb bis Majefly s Royal �rivile%e and Lictftct. They are defied to take Notice, THAT the Firit Volume of t.'-is Work.is now perfe�Ved, and'that the End of th,e Fifth Book, being the nrfi Shc.c of the hfty-tliird Number, completes the Volum-. . The General Title to the Second Volume, together with a complex Index to the wnole Work, will be deliver'd with the laft Number. N. B. Any PeiTun there/ure that has a Mir.d to fubfaihe to this W^rk for the future, may own with No. I. or h :ve the F'rft Voluii.e delivar'd all at once, ei'.h---;' Lhrji.d, r-r on.y few'd up in Paftcboards j though its being only put intj Half-Binding for the prefent, is by much the beftMethod, and Is tlieietbre rs.-Cfmtrxt.de-J as fuch to thofe Peifons that have already goE the Fiift Volume, which they t-xh in Weekly, a* it cune out in Numfcer?, Printed for S. Auf'-n, m Newgate-Street._ _ Adir.iraliV-C-fnce, 3 March, 1742. JI/HEREAl ma>i\ Seamtn have from Time. * to Time ir.corjiderateh deferted his Majefly s Service; by leaving the Ships they belongV to as they could JindOppor-lunities for fo doing, for v. rich C>ir,ie they have iiicurr d the Lofs of their Wagrs, and are puvijhable voith Death by d Conrt-Marlial ; cut my Lords Cmr.m'-ffioners of the Admiralty being viillir.g to impute fuch Defertian to a Rajhridfs vobicb moft of than foon repent cf and -ivould return to their SbijSy but thai i^ey arc terrified therefrom by their Apprehinftons of Punijbmer.t j and their Lordjhips, in order to encourage theni to return to their Duty, being inclin d to fljevj them fo mucb Indulgence as to remove fuch Apprehenfions, do hereby declare, that fuch cf the faid Men ivho return on board the Ships'to vjhich they did belong on or before the 2d' of next- Month, or in cafe thofe Ships are gone abroad, if they go on boardfeme other of his Majefly s Ships, -they fhall not be punffid in any manner vibatfoever on Account of the Crime they have com* mitted in withdrawing themfelves from his Majeftfs Service, excepting, fuch as have been guilty of Mutiny, or any ot/'er notorious Crimes: And as a further Encotiragment fb them, their Lordjhips are pleas'd. moreover to declare, that fitch as fball fo return fhall have their R'r taken off, and be paid the Wages for the Ships from which they run ; but their Lordjhips' aljb think fit to de/lare, that if any of tht Men vuho havf ^ deferted as aforefaid do not make proper Ufe of 'the Indulgence " hereby offer d them, by returning tS his Mtijeftys Serviet within tie Time above-mentioned,, they muft e>cpe$. t� he> firitlly fought vfter, and in cafe tbey are. apprehended,^ brought to* Coxrt-Martial, attitrtattdds theta^t ttirtfh. ThOt ?orbet& ;

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