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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 11, 1943, London, Middlesex                                the Ktmb, j/iU FRIDAY, "March ii,   1743. Deal,   March 9. j ^fejjHE Leopard Man of War is faifd ! for Portfmouth, and the Charles Tender for the River. Came down and fail'd, the Swift, Carpenter, for Gibraltar. Arfiv'd, Richard^ Allen, from Carolina. The Terrible Bomb remains. Wind E. by N. Yefterday arriv'd a Mail from. Fr ANCf,andonefromFLANDERs. Naples, Feb. 19. A Report prevails here, that an En-glifh Squadron is coming from the Ifles of Hieres to pay us a Vifit; fo that we are in the utmoft Confternation and Confufion. Leghorn, Feb. 22. They write from Corfica, that Theodore is at Campo Moro ; from whence he iffues Orders as a real .King, and is forming a Court more numerous than brilliant, tho' compbfed of the nobleft Families in Corfica. The Inhabitants of Balagna have openly declared for him, and drove the Genoefe Troops out of tneir Diftrict. Capt. Santuzzi has taken an important Poll from the Genoefe, after killing above 60 Men, among whom was the famous C pponi, a Genoefe Partizan. The People of Balagna did not ilop here ; they krep Calvi block'd up, and expect 600 Men from Ziccar in Order to lay Siege to Ajaccio : They have' lilcewife fummoncd all the Places that hold out for the Genoefe, to furrender, otherwife they muft expect no Qj^rter. Thefe Advices further fay, that the Corfieans have been reinforced by 400 Deferters from the Garrifon of St. Fjorenzo, and 56 from that of Calvi, and that King Theodore's little Fleet continues to make Prizes on the Gencele. Yefterday three Englifh Ships fet fail from hence with Provifions for Corfica,, and three more are to follow them in a few Days with warlike Stores as well as Provifions. Venice, March 3. Six thoufaad Auftrians, two Regiments cf Dragoons, and one of Huffars, iare arrived in tne Mantuau, to reinforce the Army commanded by Count Traun ; there are alfo 6000 more Men in, full March thro' the Tyrol to join the faid Army. Drcfdeu, March a.. There is a perfect Harmony between this Court and thofe of Vienna and London. We have given Leave to the Queen of Hungary, to take what Number of Holies flie may have Occniion for to remount her Cavalry out of this Electorate. It is faid, that the Ufe of Rappee Snafr will be prohibited in this Country. Farts, March 15. The Army in Bavaria this Year Will be commanded in Chief by Marihal Broglio, who will have under him fifteen Lieutenant Generals, twenty-four Field Marfbals, 8cc. The firft Battalions of Frencn and Swifs Guards fet out this Day for the Moftlle, and will be forthwith followed by all the reft. A Detachment of 25 Men taken gut of each Company-of thofe two Regiments, Uu Duty at rerjenllcs without having any Colours, which was never feen before. The King has appointed Mar thai faoailles a Mihifter of State, and he will take his Place at the Council accordingly on Sunday next. Ah ExtraS of a Letter from the H.iCue, dated March j 2. ' A certain foreign Minifter here Yefterday receiv'd � Letters froth Madrid, and from the Spariifli Ambaflador ' at Venice, which give 2 particular Detail of the Affairs of � King Theodore, and of which the following is-an Extract; 4 though what degree of Credit this Relation merits, is hard to. fay. ' There is now ho longer room to doubt ''�f the Truth of the Reports which have been current �' relating to the Negociati�ns of the Baron de Neahoffi, �' slmoft every Body at Venice is thoroughly perfuaded of '' their Reality, and fcarce any Body t.iere hcfitatee to fay publickly, that the Baron de Ncuhoff did at the Begin-" ning of January laft enter irito, and fign a fecret Con-" vention with the Queen of Hungary, whereby Lord *' Theodore obliges himfelf to caufe 12000 Men to be railed " in the Ifland of Corfica for the Service of her Majefty of " Hungary, and in cafe of Need to augment that Number " to 16000 : That lie will receive into his Ports, and,pro-" tea, all Ships of War, and Merchant^Ships, that fhall " brlong to the Allies of the Queen of Hungary, and vVhich " they fhall think fit to fend to the ifland of Corfica, either " for the fake of Commerce or otherwife : He likewife " promifes, as well in his own Name as in that of the " States of Corfica, to admit and give Entrance into t.iat Ifland a Bpdy.of 12000.regular Tufcan Troops, in order " to eilablifh a Place of Arms there, which Troops mall sit under his Command, in the Name of her Majefty of " Hungary : That he, and all his Subjects, will for ever " hereafter acknowledge the Court of Vienna for the-r " frote&or and Support j in Confidemion whereof, a Sub-" fi(iy is to be paid him of 500000 Florins, as long r.s the " prefent War fhall continue : That he, Lord Theodore, " fhall be fupplied by her Majefty of Hungary with neceflary " Artillery and Ammunition of all forts : That as foon as an End fliall be put to the War, and the Troubles of the " Ifland append, the above Subfidy fhall ceafe, and on " the contrary, Lord Theodore fhall pay one to the Queen " of Hungary, and a new Convention and Regulation laall " he enter'd into/ as well in regard to the Troops Which " ihall remain in the Iftajid, as >n refpedt to Commerce." L. G M DO N. On Monday laft his M'-jety's -Ship the Orford, Capt. *frry Maynfe, failed from Spithead with the Ships under her Convoy fdr the'Weft Indies. At the fame time fail'd the winchelfev capt; Adair, for Baft-India. Ytfterday tfce Right Hon. the Manjuis of Granby, eldeft Son to his Grace the Duke of Rutland, who arr.V'd in Town this Week from his Travels in foreign Parts; took his Seat in the Houfe of Commons for Grantham. The fame Day he waited on his Majefty at St. James's, and was moft gracioufly receiv'd. Yefterday Morning his Majefty's Ship the Squirrel, Capt. Geary, and her Prize, came by Gravefend from the Downs. We hear that fome Days fince, Richard Eyre, Eft]; late Governor of Cofflmbuzar in the Eaft Indies, wa- m.irried to Mrs. Ann Stackhoufe, Widow of the Hon. John Scack-houfc, Efq; Governor of Fort William in Bsng-il. This Day the Rt. Hon. the Lord Mayor and the proper Officers will hold a Court of Conforvacy at Fulham. TowarJs the Sapport of forty poor Boys educated by voluntary Subfcription and charitable Contributions in St. Luke's School, annually cloath'd, and when of Age put forth Apprentices, their publick Examination will be in the Parifh. Church of St. Luke in Middlclex, on Sunday next, at half an Hour after Five in the Evening. Proper Care will be uken to preferve good Order. Next Sunday Morning a Charity Sermon will be preach'd at St. Vedaft in Fofter-Lane, by the Right Rev. Father in God Thomas Lord Bifhop of Bangor, for the Benefit of fixty Boys and forty Girls belonging to the Ward School of Farringdon within. The fame Morning a Charity Sermon will be preach'd at the Parifh Church of St. Peter in Cornhill, by the Rev. Mr. Fitzgerold, Rector of Wootton in Surry, for the Benefit of the Charity Children of COrnhill and Lime-Street Wards. Next Sunday in the Afternoon a Charity Sermon will be preach'd-at the Parifh Church of St. John at Wapping, for the Benefit of the Charity Children belonging to the faid Parifh, by the Rev. Mr. Maddox, Affiftant Preacher at St. George's, Queen-Squ.ire. On Sunday next two Charity Sermons will be preach'd at Alhaliows B.irking Cnurch ; that in the Morning by the Rev. Dr. Bernard, Prebendary of Norwich ; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Berriman, Lecturer of St. Mary Aldermary, for the 120 Charity Children of Tower Ward. The Children are to fing four Verfes of the 27th Pfalm, at the 9th Verfe. i\. B. 99 Uui�ren have been put o.t Apprentices. 76 Boys put to Sea-Service. 84.1 Out of both Schools provided for by their Friend;. 120 Now in the Schools. 1136 The Proprietors of the Automatons or Mechanical Figures invented by the celebrated Mr. Vaucaufon, take this Opportunity of informing the Public, that they have removed them from the Opera-Honie in the Hay-Market to the Ro r.l Exchange, Cornhill Side. The Proprietors having been under a NeCtfiity of taking them to Piccps in Order for their Tranfportation, will for the Amufement of the curious in Mechanicks, exhibit them during the Time of their refitting, and explain every Circumltance of their Procefs; they have hitherto been umverfally efteemed and looked upon as the moft perfect Pieces of Mechanifm e  d the JLofs of their Wages, and are puvijhable with Death by a Osurt- Martial; but t~y Lords Cc/wniJ/iwrs of the -Admiralty, being willing to impute pick Defertiin to a Raf-efs which moft of them foot: repent of, and would return to their Ships'^ but that they ar'et terrified therefrom bj iheir Apprebenfions of Pusij&ment; and their Lard/hips, in order to en c our a em to return to their Duty, being inclined to fliew them fo much Indulgence as to femovc fuch Apprel.cnfins, do hereby declare', that fuch of the faid Men why return on b?ard the Ships to which they did brlong on or before the id of next M^nth, or in cafe thofe Sbtps arc gone ahroad, if the-; go on board fome other of his Majefty's Ships, tley fhall n!t be punifh\i in any manner whetfoevCr on Account of the Critke they have committed in withdrawing tkemfelvn f om his Majefty's Service, excepting fuch as have been guilty of Mutiny, ox any other notorious Crimes: And as a finther F.ncouragment to them'i their Lord/hips are pleas'd mtrco-Jtr to declare, that fuch as fhall fo return fhall have their R's taktn off, and be paid the Images for the Ships from which they run ; but their Lordfhipi alfo think fit to declare, that if any of the Men who have deferted as aforefaid do not rtttike proper Efte of the Indulgence hereby offered them, by returning, to his Majefty's 'Service within the Time above-nicntion d, they m'ft czpeB }a he ftru3ly fought after, and in cafe they are apprehended, he brought to a Court-Martial, and trealcd ai the Law direils. Tho Corberr, YcJteniay b.inii stock was 147 1 half for the Opening. India Stock 181. South-Sen Stock no 14th. D;tto Old Annuities 114 5 8ths Ditto New 112 7 Sths a 113. Three per Cent, nnu'ties 100 1 half a c 8ths. Ditto 174 2, 100 1 half a 5 ths. Million Bank 1 18. Equivalent hi. Royal Aflurmcc 81. London Afiurancc 11 5 8ths a 3 4ths. Mine Adventure Shares, no Price. I'.n^.'ifli Copper 4!. 10s. Welfh ditto, no Price. African, 1:0 Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 112 1 half a 3 4ths. Five per Cent, ditto 77, i 4th a 1 half. Bank C:rtulat'on 4I. 10s. Prem. India Bonds 4I. 8s. a 9s. Prem. Three 1 half Salt Tallies 1 3 4ths, Prem.  Three 1 half per Cent 1 xchequer Orders 5. Prem. Three per Cent, d'tto 2 1 half, Difc. Acimirahy-OrHu*, 5 March, 1742. cr'HE To-ds Cwmiffinmrs of the Admiralty having order d the Petty Officers andForemaft Men belonging to theWinchefter, lately arrivedfrom the Mediterranean, to be turnd over, half into the Augufta; fitting at Chatham, and the other half into the TonHngton, fitting at Portfmouth, in which Ships they will be paid their Mages for the Win-chefter, and two Months Wages Advance before they proceed to Sea ; and the Leave of Abfence given the faid Men expii ing on the i$tb inftant, their Lordfhips do ftriclly charge them, at the Expiration of that Time, to repair fartlywith on board the faid Ships Augufta and Torrington accordingly, on pain, in cafe they fail to do fo, of not only lofing the afore-mentioud Payments, but alfo of being apprehended and tried at a Court-Martial as Deferters. If the faid Men apply fo the Navy-Board, they will be allowed Conduil-Money, and Carriage for their Cheft and Bedding to Chatham and Portfmouth ; but if any of thofe who are to repair to Chatham, chufe to go down in the Tender vjhich will be appointed to carry their Cheft and Bedding, rather than to travel by Isind, the Navy-Board will caufe them to be receiv'd on board fuch Tender j dud cakiifd to thvir S&ip at Chatham. Tho. Corbett. Ad^nirnlty-Ornce,  s; March,  1742. 7X^/7 E R E ,7 S feveral  e "men belo'i^in? to  is ^y Majefty s Ship the Sterihg-Caflle at Spithead, have taken the Liberty to abfent themfelves from their Duty without Leave, and the faid Ship being foon to proceed to Sea ; the Lords Commijfioners of the Admit altv do ftriilly charge the faid Men to return immediately to their Duty on board their Ship, on pain not only of lofing their Wages, biittof being apprehended and tried at a Court-Martial as Deferters, i/i cafe they ncglecl fo to do. Tho. Corbett. Admiralty-Office, 7 M. rch, 1742. IX/HERE AS the Leave of Abfn e given to 
                            

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