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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 21, 1943, London, Middlesex                                M 3 KD A Y,  M a r c h gi, 174^ 'Deal*. March 19 EMAIN, Ac Tcmiilt )tad Gniilida Bombs, and-.tfce Plymouth Tranf-ttort i wi&ih>#nUani and Martha, &andefs� for �kmtfe-CardiQa< The Iridaftry Tender is fail**! to the Weftward.  W4nd N. E. Since our laft arriv'd the JMails from France, Holland, and _ FtANDERS.;' Ptttrfiurg, Feb. zi,. On Sunday Iaft.the Ruflian'Minifters received a Courier from. Pejfia, with the agreeable News, that her Imperial MajeftyV Refident at the Court of Peffia had lately been fent for to an Audience by Schach Nadyr, in which the Sophi told.the Ruffian Minifter he had been ihform'd of the Reports which had" been fpread, of his having a Defign of attacking the Ruffian Dominions, but that they were entirely groundlefs,- and couii only..have been rais'd by. their mutual Enemies. Atthe&me.tihje the Sophi xta&t tie Ruffian Minifter a very handfome Prefent. The Sincerity of thefe AfTurances from Schach Nadyr is confirm*d by his having withdrawn has Forces from the Ruffian Frontiers* .    . . Peter/burg, March 5. We have heard with Surprize what has been publifiVd in fome foreign News-Papers, which let forth, that the Vice-Chaneellor Beftuchef had ^ecIarMtdlihe Deputies from Sweden^ that in cafe the States of that Kingdom mould think proper to qfeufe the Prince and BifhoptfEntin to ftfcceed to the Throne, the Emprefs, in Confideratiori of the Regard paid to her Recommendation,, would be the more ea$ly prevail'dpn'to xeftore Finland: That the Opening of the Congrefs at ^ was deferr'd till fuch time as the Succefs of the Report �ade by the Swedifh Depotie* were known j. and that General Keith was to retire with;part of the Garrifdn from Abo to Netifiadt, before the Opening of the Conferences. *'Tis thoflgnt neceffary tttaflurgthe Peblicfc, that no fuch Jfedaratioh was ever made by the Vice-Chancellor, or any ether Minifter whatfpever nor. js it true, that General Keith was retir'd, or to retire fromv#�. Copenhagen* March 12.   Four Sail of Men of War are ito put to Sea by the End of this Month* they are to be fol-low'd by fix others fifteen Days afterwards, aftcLthe reft of the Fleet, Which win* he very confiderableywill join them" ' In May next, in order to"act: in the Baltick.        .; ��� Stockholm, March 12.   Count G^Ilenbourg has, by Order of the. King; deliver'd a very ample Memorial to. the 'Minifters of France noA. Denmark, as alfo to thofe of Gnat Britain and the States Genera/, concerning the prefent Situation of .Affairs in Sweden, "with refpect to Rujfiu. The Danger to which that iiogdom: is expo6*d by the Loh of Jfinland is therein fet^fbrtby as alfo the great Importance,.it is of to thofelfcwtjrs to prevent her Ruin, by fending fpeedy Succours to her Relief. . Thofe .Minifters have ient this Memorial to their refpe&ive Courts. 'Tis affurM that the King ias order'd his Minifters Plenipotentiary at J&a to retur* home, in cafe thofe- from Rujpa iafift on thtVli'poMdetis.. The News of the Advantage gainNi by General Freudenfelt yer.a Body of Ruffian Troops iaEa/t Bothnia is coflfirto'd by feveral Letters j but the Court has not thought fit. as yet to, pnblifti the Particulars. 'Tia expeded that the Election of a Sacceffor to the Crown 'WiD come On in a few Days. Hamburgh; March 19.At the Departure of the Poft it leas reported,. that,the Prince Royal of Denmark was ^eidtf'^'-SuccefibrtotheCrownof Sweden; and that the chief Command of the 4rmy will be given to that Prince, in cafe the-War COhtinoes againft Rujta ; but this News watts Gpvfrmafion.    ' Fiewtetj Martb 9. < A Capitulation ias been made with thei&afians, 'b^which thefe laft engage to furnifli izpoo Men � long as dte War continues) and that they fhall fence fiom the Opening of the Campain tq the Month of O&obet inclufive, after which they fhall be relieved by 6006 Others, who are^.to ferve during the VVihter.' 3000 of thefe Croats a^e to reinforce the Army commanded by CoontT^on.: alfo of 3000Men,.$:.6i&ie$&jSan^'-p^.^^kmioItaly. General Befvclau, togetlier with feveral other General Officers, Ihither to /uppr^^^ajjr^pf thofe who. were JriHedir-Ehe". lafeBattle at Cttmpe Sax** The  t fa her I(^J^^t,'ltt'hvhich^e':Ject^e'sy that befhrejbe will hearken t�anfTefmt:o/Pjace,jSe, infifts that the-Great Duie her tyhfirt jhatlle cboJiandacknawlcdgedKiTig of the Romans: thai'"Jbi'has thePrefervatioh of the Liberty aid Conflitution *f theErntiretMinxebat Heart, to make the leaf} Attempt :-^/^4:fSl^^^0f^ tbeJutbors of fuchfalfe Infumaiions 4& gr&9dlejs& as her Majejifs \BniS^-l'{^^^^^.Jk��- alfo declared, That fie is npt; .only veiling' f&]^ci�mpkarge the Eletfohif Bavaria ms Em->^':^/aSfw|t^ 0iranif to hM: tbp.Poffejfimff; hit dlliatue3wttbl:hfot& her Majefiy in iti^esy^./^Mjj^ed uiciptyp^t^^franr fxi/ity and Ubertyjof ^be:Empire, togethir with that of all Europe. On the ^th in.^he Eve^giajRurty of Soldiers �fchsedt ^rty �reM'ik9ni^� Lodge ata private fjpufe;i they we*f feUtedr^at'a ^tite&MbetA. wkh �Jack, fpWd wljfcodd CharaSers, upon which tfcere were placed two iighfed black Candles, a Death's Head, a large' naked Dagge/ and a Regifter Book, Conlaifiihg the Names' of about four hundred of their JJrethfen... x"' Raiijhon, March 18. Recruits for the French Army ar-' rive daily -at Stadtamboff, the greateft part of them defile towards the Upper Palatinate; where they have already ifl'embled a considerable "Body of Forces. The Aullrian 'Troops are alfo affembled, and 'tis faid will" be ready to open the Campain the 31ft df this Month. The laft Letters from Paffau advife, chat the Hungarian Troops begin to arrive-there, in order to join the Afmy commanded by Count KevenhuHer � they are faid to amount to 30000 Men. Francfort, March 21. . The. Propofld for reftoring Peace in Germany, continues to be the Subje6t of Qonfidmtion before the Diet, and fince the 1 ith ihftant, fome Miniiteis who had not before declared themfelves, have now given their Opinion on that Subject i but as great Oppolition continues to be made, thereto, it is highly probable that this important Affair will not be very foon brought to a Conclufron. . .      "t . - .'Dufeldorp, March 19. The, /tpftrian Troops have demanded from the Lordftrip oi'ileyeien, belonging to the Count de la March, a Contribution of 6000 Florins, on Pretence that that Country is fubjeft to the Jurifdidlion of the Dutchy of Luxemburgb. The Bailiewick of Efcbweiler is to furnifh the Englifh Troops every Day with riooo J Pound Weight of Hay, arid fifty Hogfheadi-of Outs. ' The other. Bailiiewicks are taxed in Proportion. Dufjfeldorp, March 22. It is affured that the Court of Manheim has" not yet refolved to comply with the Requeft made by the-Earl of Stair, to difpofe of the Englifh Artillery" here, but that his Electoral Highnefs contents that the- fame fhall be provifionally lodg'd at Mulheim, upon the Rhine: The Confederate Troops in fullers and Bergues continue very guiet, and pay very punctually for what is delivered to them : 'Tis reported that they will fet out on anew March the beginning of next Month, in order to pafs the Rhine, althp' the Elector of Triers and fome other fences of the Empire have protefted againft that March. Mentz, March 21. The Elector our moft Sere�e Prince died here laft Night, of an Apoplexy, aged 68 Years. Letters from Drefden by Way of Berlin advife, that the Reports which have been fpread abroad, that a Body of our Troops was to be taken into the Service of. a certain Power, are without Foundation ; hisP-blifh Majefty having entered into no Engagement with any Potentate whatfoever, whereby to oblige himfelf to furnifh any Number of Troops. Bruffiels, March 21. The Prince of Salm, Lieutenant General in the Queen's Amies, paffcd through this City in his Way to Luxemburgb, from whence" they write that the Auftriah Train of Artillery, confifting of thirty-five Pieces of Cannoa "of different Sizes, fee out from thence the rjth and 18th inftant, being efcorted by feven Companies of the Regiment of Salm.A Iris to be tranfported firft to Gemont, and afterwards towards Coblentx. Paris, March 18. The Generals who are to command in Chief the Armies in Flanders and upon- the Mofelle, are not yet named, tho' it is generally believed that it will be declared in Favour of Marshals Noailles and -Montmorency. Genoa, March j. They write from Florence, that two ExprefTes are arrived there, with Difpatehes for the Mi-riifter of the King of the Two Sicilies, with Directions for him to jJroteft in the Name of the King his Mafter, againft the Will of the late Ele&refs Dowager Palatine. Scbafboufe, March 17. Letters from the Frontiers of France advife, that they ase getting ready at Grenoble a Train of^Artillery, confiifing of fifteen Pieces of Caanon, and at Briancon another, of twenty-five Pieces, to be tranfported to Fort Barreaux, from whence, 'tis beliey'd, they will.be fent to the Array of Don Philip. Madrid, March 5. They write from Corunna," that a Regifter-Ship, call'd the Lewis fofepb, arriv'd there the 18th of the laft Month from Vera Critx. Her Cargo confifts of 750500 Piaftres in Specie, i 150 Bags and Biles of Tobacco and Snuff, 29 Bales, of Cochineal, feveral Bales of Indigo, and fome Chefts of Sugar. She left the Havanna the ift of January laft, in Company with five more Regifter-Ships, under Convoy of a Frigate, carrying 34 Guns and 300 Men, having on board 500000 Pieces of Eight, befides a. great Quantity of Cochineal, Indigo, &c. Geneva, March 17. They write from Savoy, that the Manias de la Miha has actually got fix Battalions of Stvifs Troeps in his Army. . - -     From theTans A-la-mwc, dated March 27. Marfhal Noailles affifts very regularly at aU the Councils; and is very often in private with the King and M. d'Argen^ fon.;:. Orders are difpatch'd to affemble �� Body of Troops in Mfaee, near Landau f and moft of the TroopsL defign'd for this Campain will alfi^go into that Province, in- order the better tq obferve tbejMotions of the Englifh, and other Troops in the Pay of Great Britain, We are pcrfuaded %ttey that this Campain wilt pafs as ?.niet^.as|Q7:^~Trovid|ed*:ibe. Datcji continue neuter; t's certaih rJiat;t^e Englifh will not dare to undertake any: thing ujpon our Frontiers without' -ttoftV Affiftance -of the Visited. Prwinies, and that they WBU form 110 Defign of feiaing or demolifhing the Dominions of the Eleftor Palatine, fince the King of Prujfc dees not feem difpos'd to j^in tnfem. Marfhal Broglio writes Word, that the Arrival of the.Recruits which he expefteJ, had put him in a Condition to'receive the Auftrians ; and that he was preparing to. fend..a confiderable Detathment to the Affiftance of Sgra-f tfbi& i� dofe btock'd ^ by thr Anftriani. By a private Letter from Rami we hear; that Catdiflal Sbdhind Colonna died there laft Monday of a Fit of Apoplexy.' j T^ere are in iie Pfifons of this City .120 Accompliccr of Rumar. L     O   . N     D     O     N, Private Letters by the Mail arrived 1\& Saturday mention* that the BritifH; Hanoverian, and Heffinn Troops weri marching for BaV.aria; and that a Camp of i8�ooq Hanoverian Ti Oops were to be fofnied ou the Borders of Weit phalia.         � . His Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales is indifpos'd with a Cold. The Merchants in the Jamaica Trade hsve had th� agreeable News by the l.ft Letters from Charles-Town, in South Carolina, that the St. George^ late Otpt. RaftD&j with two others for London from Jamaica, all miffing Ships, were arrived at Charles-Town. ' We are ta/orat'd by Letter j from. Paris; that the Lady^ Catherine Brudenel, Relift of Charles Lord Middleton and Manmouth, died the 1 ithr inftant, N. S. st Sti Germain's/ ^aged 95".      - We hear that Admiral Haddock is dangeroufly IB. Yefterday died KingTmill Eyre, Efqj Secrefcity tar fte Commiffioriers of the Royal Hofpital of Shelfea-Collegei and Agent to s Regiment of Invjiids. On Saturday laft Carr Brackenbury; E% of the Count^f of Lirtcbin, was married at-St Andrew Hdlborn. to Mifi Booth, an 'agreeable ybung Lady of 1500I. per Aimam; and 400001. in Money. - Yefterday Mr. Ranfum, eldeft Son of Capt. ftanfura, Sd eminent Timber-Merchant at LamBcth; Was married to Mifs Jelffc, only Daughter of Mr. Andrew Jelfe, Stone-Mafon to his Majefty. - On Saturday died at his Houfe in Caftle^Stfeet, near the Mews, Mr. Bridge Leefonj a wealthy Baker; and one of* the Burgeffes of Weftininfteri On Saturday died Mr. Eyloe, an eminent DiftHler, id Lothbury, and many Years Carver to the SherifB. We hear tiiat laft Week was was buried at St." Mary le Bon, Mrs. Knight, aged 104. She was born there, and refided for themoft part in her healthy native Air to the Time of her Death. On Friday laft, feveral Gentlemen on Hcrfeback we'�t robb'd by a Highwayman well mounted on BAgfhot-Heath. On Friday Night the Watch cook dp a Man who wal drunk and quarrelling in St. Martin's Lane, and carfiedr him to the Watch-Houfe, but before the Morning he died there of the Bruifes which had been given him by theJPer-fobs he had been fighting With. Yefterday Sarah Taylor,1 otherwife Brawn, was Committed by Col. Dc Veil to Clerkenwell-BrideweH, on a ftrong Suspicion of fteal*ng a Piece of fine Ir;fh Lnmen^ ftopt upon her by Mr. Carntault, Where fhe went to puwo: it.   It has a Number upon it. On Friday laft Benjamin Rogers, Watermaft, was tOn-: vifted by the Rnfers of the Watermen and Lightermeni" Company, before Juftice Nicholas; for working on rim River of Thames on Sunday, not being iieenrrf fo to do; and was fined Five Shillings? puffuant to the^Bye-law^oi'thi faid Company. This Evening, at the New Wells, the Bottom of Lemdn-Street, Goodman'sFidds, will be feveral nev> Performances^ and will continue evefy Night, except Wedfiefdaysf and Fridays in Lent, and every one will be admitted for a Pint of Wine as ttfhal. At the Brandy-WarehoufeS on Ludgate-USl� are now ott Sale the beft Jamaica Rom, af ?Sv ^d. the beft ?oniap Brandy, at 8 s. and Batatia Arrack, at i 5�r^"Galfon..- At the faid Warehoufes are now alfo on Sale confideraMeQgan;-tities Gallon, no fuperior to any Punch frefh made. Ludgate Prifpn, March 20.  We the poof Pnfoners ort ?the Common Side return our moft hvmbie ,an* b&rtf. Thanks to pur unknown generous Benefactor, tor a SuineJi put into our Begging-Box oh Wedriefciay laft, mirk'd oni the Paper B. S, which wals a very Seafbtiable Relief to * great many diftrefs'd Citizens, our whofeAnoyance amounting to no more than about a Pound of Beef and a Gallod of Small Beer each Man a \#eek, and many of as having bjam c^fm'd four, five, or fix Years. The Guinea Wai e^ally divided amongft the Pfni>aefs On the Common Sid* jby ihei^teward. . -    4:th. Ditto New-H2 3 ijihs.  Three per Cent. Anaigfcitji-^tif. ^th.  Ditto 174Z; icto 1 4th. Million Banlc I te-^ttor Equivalent n 1.   Royal Afturance 81 *  London AfluraneeF itrr 5 8ths a 3 4ths.  Mine Adventure" Sharer, Mf-Iiriee.' Englifh Copper 41. ids.   Welfh ditto, nc Price.  ^(rWa^, _no Price.  Seven per. Cenf* Emperor's Loan, BO �riCftN Rjve per Cent, ditto, no Price. Bank .Circulation 4L iou P�m.  India Bond� 4I. 8s. a 5(3. Pfcm.  Three I halfSaH. -Tallies �.. Prem.   TJute t half per Cent. Exctaufc f Orders 5. Pre*.  Three per Ctn^dittr^f*ifA,        4 of Foreign Brandy and Rom Orange-Shrub/ at 8s. ~* m, which Shrub, when made into Panchy is'oojfalj if   

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