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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 14, 1943, London, Middlesex                                U 6 ft tf A       $f 4 rc h i-4> �743 March 12. ijAME-down, riteWihchefter, Steward, for India j  the London, Bryant,. Iahd the Britannia, Griffith, both; for New-York, and remain? with1 the Terrible and Granada Bombs ; thelnduftry and Galloper Tenders; the Mflford, Row, for Barbadoes ; the William and Martha, Saunders, for South-Carolina ; and the Betfey, Brown, for Antigua. The William and-Betty, Smith, and the Betty, Hewett, both forBjiftoI, are juft come dpwa.   Wind S. by W. Since'our lall arriv'd a Mail from France. An Extrafi of aXett.tr from Genoa, dated March 6, in the Paris A-la-main of the ZOth. 1 They write from Leghorn, that the Baron de! NeuhofF fet Sail from thence on the loth, of February towards the Ifland of Corftea^ and it's pretended, that he took in his Pafiagefbme little Veflels laden with Corn and Oil, which the Englifb have declar'd good Prizes-," becaufe they "belong to the Enemy of their Hero. It does not howeyer appear that this Adventurer h?6 dared �0 land yet. He muft before now know, that there are fame Genoefe in his Retinae, to whom 4000 Crufadoes have been promis'd to bring him away to Genoa, either alive cr dead. It's a'ffur'd that he will make the Tour of Jiland; in order to engage thofe who are attach'd to him to remain fo, by publifhing approaching Liberty to the People > bat as- he has hitherto only fow'd Hopes of Freedom, .'he has reap'd nothing bat conditional Pro-mifes ; and People here flatter tiiemfelves, that he will h ve no more Succels now thaii he has had in preceding Times.* An\Extra8 of a Letter frorti a Pcrfon of DiftinSion at FR an cf o.k.i, dated March 1 o. The Emperor daily receives Couriers from all Parts, * to which this Prince does not fail-to anfwer, notwith-' Handing his being greatly incommoded with the Gout. � What I have been able to learn, concerning the Difpaches * received from France, is, that the Court of Great Britain, at thevRequeft of the States General, appears really dif-� pofed to ufe its Endeavours with the Court of Vienna, * andido its utmoft.to incline Queen of Hungary to en-'� ter into an Accommodation upon reafonable Conditions. .� Be this however as it will, the Imperial- Court does not � feem to. lay great Strefe upon ft, becaufe by two fuccef- five Couriers* fince received from Paris, and by the Dif- * pMd\t% from'Baren de Haflang the Imperial Minifter at. 1 Lcnjten^; W� havejbesn informed -that the Queen of Hun-''��#&*i^&er"'having been' For a confiderable Time ii-: lent $6. .Regard to the Offers htade her by his Imperial   We have nothing, remarkable concerning Egra, but an Account of the great Sca^rcky of Wood, which has .ctWigjd fhrfearrrfon to burti the Roofs_of all the Hottfesiiatue.' Suburbs,, and rh� Sicknofs flill reigning ibcrej which has left", a& Webcam, but fix hundred Men-;W a'Conditiorif to da Duty. Liege; March i z>"'The. eigh^l arldr rftlitii Dl'vifions of his: .^ritenn}ck"Msyeil3r's. l?roQp? .will, advance'fonrorrow intcTj^ tiL.e^4aighbcrarnt>odi of Ai�.la GhaaeHev where-they are to! remain till further Grtfers-. The Eflglim"- 'Tram of Artillery is Jodg'd1-for the p^efenf ire the Arfenal at Mkeftricht,; Viver^^ofrP^f^'^e^i'tis^itii bf/ii Cotitptoici' of Gre-naafers!'1 "T&'e:"'T8iIfi^Wk Stales- ofi- &s^fir have- de-puwdi |liaeat the Ea|l- of Sta&} ^ti^t^U'fo^Xlvas fo fcis l&titSBXtoqrj -^altftte di^&h; after havrng conferred / with Mr. -Borriflj, *n Britaimick Majeftyrs Secretary at \ this Court,-fet *otrt ftr Afic la'Chapelfe the rrth "Ihftaiit^ together with Mr. Blifia, our Commiffary General:   . ZfVgiv Mard> 15. B.tron Gerves and M. de Blifia, who' were.ient by his ffighnefs the Biihop and Prihce of Liege to compliment and oafce certain Prop6fitk5hs to my Lord Stair, are returned hither ffOm-Aix la Chapelle, very well fa-tisfied wifh their Succefs, and the polite Reception they met with from his'Exeellehcy. Aix ia Chapelle, March 12, N. & The EJe&orof Cologne has feht Majdr General Baron de Wengheh to com-pliment his Ez&lfehcy my Lord Stair, Upon his arrival here, and to 'rriake Tome Propofitiohs relative to the quartering Irfs Majefty's Hanoverian forces in his Electorate; upon Which Brigadier Bland, Quarter Mafter General of the Army, fet out from hence this Afternoon for Bonne, in Company with'-Baron Wenghen, to compliment his Electoral Higtraefs on the Part of the Earl of Stair, and, to regulate what /hall be neceflary for the Reception of thofe Troops. . L ON D O N. His Majefty -is indHpos'd with a Cold,'and'upon that Account there was no Drawing-Room oh Friday Night at St. Janres's j and his Majefty did not go to the Chapel Royal Yefterday as niual. We hear a Chapter of the Bath will be held at St. James's on Thurfday next, to fill^up the Vacancies in thut Honourable Order. On Friday laft died at her Houfe in Poland-Street, St. James's, the Hon. Mrs. Sarah-Henrietta Dudley, Sifter to Sir William Dudley; Bart, and Daughter to the late Sir Matthew Dudley, by the Lady Mary his Wife, Daughter of the Right H>n. the Earl of Thomond in the Kingdom of Ireland. She was a Lady of uncommon Sweetnefs of Temper," of great Excellence and Parity in her Manners, of a charitible Difpofition to the Needy (to whom Ihe W3s remarkably liberal) and of a fteady, pious, and truly virtuous Life : In fine, the many good Qualities (he was" Mif-trefs of, render'd her an Ornament to her Sex, and dear to -who had the Happinefs of her Converfation; fo that the Lofs of her cannot be mentioned without the deepeft Concern. The celebrated Traveller, Mr. de la Motraye, (who fled to England after the Revocation of the Edift of Nants) died in Paris the-jift of laft January. During his Illnefs, Mr. de la Popliaiere^ one of the Farmers-General, and a great Encourager of the polite Arts, treated him with all the Tendernefs of a fond Parent; he indulging him the feveral Conveniencies of his noble Houfes, botii in Town and Country; and fending for the ableft Phyficians in France tayifit him. He was amodeft, learned Man; an agreeable Companion, and a iincere Friend. Thefe Qualties had eadeared him to many Fcffons of the firft Rank in moft Parts of the World ; (and even to the brave Charles XII. King of ^wedeji) by Which means he did not feem a Stranger to any Country. One of the laft Letters he fent to England, concludes with thele Words: ' I am become * .a mere Skeleton^ and decay fo much daily, that I hardly ..' think it will be.poffible for me to fee hiy old Friends in * England any more. I am pretty eafy about Death. I ' have vifited the four Parts of our Globe, and lived fixty c eight Year6, or upwards j which is a much longer Term ' than moft Men lire allowed. However, "it would be a ' Confolation to me to carry my Bones into England, and ' take leave of iny Friends before I die.' Admiral Steuart is ill at his Houfe iu Grofvenor-Street. His Majefty's Ship theHaftings, commanded by the Right Hon. "the Lord Bamff, is order'd to Virginia, and is to take under his Convoy the Ships bound to that Colony. The Lords of the Treafury have appointed Mr. Richard MerimSh to be Surveyor -of Houfes for Part of Effex. Mr. Chandler, Butler to his Grace the Duke of Dorfet, Lor.i-Steward of his Majefty's Houlhold, is appointed one of the Gentlemen Porters of his Majefty's Palaces, in the room of Mr.' Humphreys. And Mr. Humphreys is likewife appointed by his Grace one of the Pages of his Majefty's Silver Scullery, in the room of Mr. Thompfop, deceas'd. Yefterday great Numbers of People went to Deptford to fee the St. Peter and Jofeph Prize, taken by the Squirrel Man of War, Cap't. Geary, which Ships both came up to that Place on Saturday Night laft. On Monday laft the Afllzes ended at Bedford, vwhen three Perfons receiv'd-' Sentence of Death, viz. Thomas How, for a Robbery oh the Hignway ; John Fludd, for Burglary; and Lawfence Leach, for Horfe-ftealing; this lalt was repriev'd before the Judges left the Town. Laft Week Sufannali Tracey was committed to'Bridewell, by Juftice Jones; Thomas .Chiflc, by Juftrce Frazier j and Elizabeth Flpgden, by Juftice Holt; all for hawking un-ftamp'd News-Papers. The celebrated Play of Venice Preferv'd being to be acted this Evening at Drury-Lane-Houfe, and again on Thdrfday at that in Coveht-Gardeni and with the Strength ".of both Companies, the Connoitfeurs in Theatrical Per-;formaflces are invited to fit in Judgment upon, and make a fair Gomparifon between the rival Performers of the capitaf Parts ;> but more efpecially between- the. great new" Favourite of the one Houfe, and the veteran Hero1 of the other,, both Sides-intending tfo exert their Abilities- on this* Gccafton/ This: Evening arrive' o'Clbck, theEttterYamirients at th* New Wells, the BotwflTof i 'This'^'Evening will be perform'd^ A* the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, VeniceTfeferv'd; with the Virgin Unmafk?d.        > At the Theatre Royal in Coveht-Gafden,.The Fair Penitent. At the Theatre Royal in Lincofh's Inn Fields, ThS Confederacy, with the Virgin Upmafk'd. _ ,         BANK   R~~\T ?~T  S.    .     . . Drury Bird, of Mockbridge, in the Parjfli of HenfiekJ; in Sulfex, Shopkeeper, Dealer and Chapman. ^Michael Clancey and William Clancey, of the Parifh oi* St. Peter le Poor, London, Merchants and Partners. Thomas Moore, of the Piayhoufe-Paifrge, Drury-Lahe,' Taylor and Chapman. . * . . T: High Witter at London-Bridge tins Day at4Minut�s after 1 in the Morning, and 8 after z in the Afternoon^_ Saturday Bank Stock was 147 3 4ths. India Stock 1811 South-Sea Stdck tiO 1 4th. Ditto- Old Annuities Lr4' 1 4th a 3 8ths. Ditto New 112 3 4ths a 7 Sths. Thread per Cent, Annuities 100 1 half. Ditto 174Z, loo I half; Million Bank 118. Equivalent in. Royal Ailurance;8i: London Affuran'ce ii 5 8ths a 3 4-ths. Mine Adv'entUri Shares, n6 Price. Engliih Coj p?r 4I. ibs. Welfh ditto; no Price. African, no Price. Hcv ji per Cent; Emperor's Loin 113; � Five per Cent, ditto 77 1 half. Barffc Circu-* lation 4I. 10s. Prern.. India Bonds 4L 8*. 29s. Prem.. Three 1 half Salt Tallies 1 3 4ths, .Prem: Three i half per' Cent: Exchequer Orders j.-Preror.   Three per GfiBfc; diuo z 1 half, Difcy____""   .        . '. Admiralty-Cffice, 3 March, 1742. TXfHEREAS man\\ Seaman have 'irom. Time * to Tinte inconjtderately deferted hii Majefty's S^riici} hy leaving the Ships they belong d to as they could find Opportunities far fo doing, for which Crime they have *Bcurry# thg Lofs of their Wages, and are funijhable 
                            

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