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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 16, 1943, London, Middlesex tifef. WEDNESDAY, March i6j i743. ZW, March 14. H E Outward-bound are faiPd ; with the Ann and Jane, --, for Madeira; the --, Gould, for Maryland ; the Happy jennet, and the Emprefs Ann, both for Leghorn. The Bombs: and. Tenders remain j with the William and Martha, --, for Garolina. Wind North. Yefterday arriv'd the Mails from Holland and J1 i, anders. Stockholm, March 8. On the 5th and 6th of this Month, two extraordinary Affemblies of the Senate were held here, relating to the Affair of the Sacceflion, the Report of which will be made Tomorrow to the Diet. Uaot General Freudenfeldt, who commands in Wejtirn Bol'mia* has by Letter acquainted the King^ that iie ijad^ a ka^-.k time had the good Fortune to beat, upon the Fi-.-iitiers of Finland) a Body of Ruffian Troops #hjch vv.r-.: -dvanced beyond xhe Lirnj.ts that fepafate the two P jviu-s: An Exprefs is every Moment expedited with the C niirir"-tion and Particulars of this Engagement. The^( �-voy 3 nit to this Court by the Bifliop of Lubec ha6 had ftvxT?.i Conferences With the King's Minilters, and we hear las tent a Courier to Peter/burg with important Diipaiches. Hamburgh, March 12. They write from Berlin, that the Earl of-Hindford has prefented a Memorial to tne King of fruffia, in Relation to the March of the Britifh Troops, wherein that Minilter declares, that the Kingiiis Mafler had nothing thereby in View, but re-eltablilhing the Tranquillity of'che Empire, and fulfilling the E:igagemer& winch j he hall contracted with the Queen of Hungary, and from j which he could not depart, even without weakening tiie 1 Guaranty of Si/ejia. j Vienna, March 6. Letters from Hungary advife, that ! the^Contagion which had prevailed in ibme of the Counties of that Kingdom having entirely ceafed, the Communication is again opened with Tranfylvania and trie neighbouring Provinces. The Equipage of the great Duke is getting ready, whence 'tis concluded 'that this Prince defigns \ to^iSke the Campain. All the Officers who are abfent and belor/g to the Armies in Bohemia, ^Bavaria, Upper Auftria, apd file Upper Palatinate, have Orders to-join, their re-ipeflive Corps by the 15 th inftant at Iateii; and die fever al �egiinents expected from Hu?;gary are directed to hailen ; ffteir March. ! ' Prague,, Feb. 26. The lith Day of May is fix'd for the ;Qtt6�8'6 Coronation. Tfiguf, March 7. An Ordonnance of the Qgeen- has been pnbltihed here, whereby her Majefty prohibits, under rigo- -roas Penalties, the bringing into this Kingdom' all Sorts of Merchandizes and Provisions from France, comprehending therein Wine, acid Oil, and from bringing in like manner : WJy Sort of rich foreign Stuf� Gold or Silver Lace, or My ochet Soit of tvork in Gold or Silver Whatfocyer. She I fcrther iprbids all the NoWeffe and others from wearing Ibr th* iUttfre any rich Stuffs, Gold or Silver Lace or j Embroidery. She grants to fuch as have* Cloaths of this' | Kind ttvp Years time to wear them out. She abfolutely ' � |rphiWS| imder the Penalty of her Royal DHpleafure, the \ LpmV^o (hall affift at the approaching. Cerehiony of her Coronlttoa, to appear inSiew Habits of rich Stuffs, laced or embfttdered tfith Gold or Silvei6. The .fame Ordonnaace fupprefite Luxury in Refpett to Equipages, Liveries and ftirnitttrt. Befit*, March' 14, Conferences are frequently held at Court, s i>ay at 5 Minutes after -j in the Mornings and 22 after 3 in the Afternoon. Yefterday flank atockw.iS 146 3 4ths a r half India St^ck 179.. 5outh-Ses StocJc.no. Ditto Old Annutie* 114 3 8tus a 1,4th. Ditto New. 112 5 8ths a i half. Three per Cent, ^nnu-tie- 100 3 ffths. Ditto 1742, rod 3 8ths Million Bank ug. Equivalent. 111. Royal Affurance Si. London Afturance 11 5 8ths a j 4thS. Mine Adventure Shares, no Price. Engiifti Copper 4L 10s. Welih ditto, no Price. African,- na Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Low, nb Price. Five per Cent, ditto; no Price. Bank Circulation 4!. ics. Prem. India Bonds 4I. 9s. a 8s. Prem. Ti�rce t half Salt Tallies -i. Prem: Ihree 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 2 1,4th,' Difc. . , . , A D V fi RT i a E M b N r .0 the .
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