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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 29, 1943, London, Middlesex                                Numb. TUBSD A Y,   Marc*i2#, 1743. Deal,  March 27; U T back feveral of the outward-tiound Ships, but cannot get their Names. Game down, the Jemima; Clarabut, for Calais, and remains j with the Bombs, Plymouth Tranf-port, and the Jofeph, Ewes, for Leghorn. Arriv'd, the" Britannia, Pro&er, from Oporto. Wind; W. N. W. and blows hard. �An Extras of a Letter from the Ha cue, dated April z. ' The Marquis de Fenelon, not content with haying fent ' Copies of<. the Writing, intitled, A projeSed Plan of a t Peace, with Remarks, to his Court, and-..drawn.' hp? a < Memorial full of Warmth, in order to raife ife Refent-t -ment-agaiiut the fappos'd Author thereof, mejttion'd in; ( one ofmy.former Letters, has fince been at-Count Sin- * jheini's, Mmffter ftdm the Emperor, and at the MiuK&i* � de St.Gilt s\Ambafikdor from Spain, to whom' he exprett* d � his Anger and. uncommon Indignation : He.with oneef � the Copies of the above Tracl in his Hand* faid-to each i of thefe Minifters, � I havejuft been writing to the King, ,< to inform his Majefty of the atrocious Calumnies which ,< the Court of Vienna publickly throws upon the Court <� of France, and with what Facility Permiffion is here �< granted to print and publickly difpetfe Libels, which-in-4< Head of afitdgmg convincing Reafohs to fupport the �< Cauie they are wrote on the Side-of, only tend to irritate j and provoke crown'd Heads, and to caufe Fire and �' Swordto be carry'd every where. I have exprefs'd my-t' {elf on this Occafion in fuch a Manner to my Court, �< that I have Reafori to hope that the French Nationjwill �� dernand Satisfaction of the,Auftrians for this injurious �' Treatment, �and'will obtain it even with the laft Ifrop �*' of its-Blood. As your Courts'are in like manner affronted �' by this Libel, by Vertue of the Arid; Union which *� fuWtfls between them and France, the Caufe ought to �* become common: Yoa ought, therefore without Bfelay �4 to inform them with what has in this Refte& pafs'd, t* and fend them Copies of this infamous Pamphlet, to the �< End, that as foon as we {hall know the Kefolutionf. of �' our Court, we may a?t in Concert when Time andrfSp-�' portunity ihall offer.' The AmbaJ&dor of Spain,- and � Miniiter of the Emperor, have in every Particular fol- * low'd the.Example of the-Marquis de Fenelon,-andhave < fpar'd ho Pains to inftigate the Refentment of thetfVe-4 fpeftivt Coumaguiift^fu^]^^ � Piece. People are at a Lois to know what Courfe the � three Courts will take upon this Occafion, and what .will 4 be the Confequence of thefe warm Reprefentatianj of * their Minifters, for "it's very notorious that each � of thefe Courts have been attempting with their utr � moft Power, ever find*-.the Death of the late Emperor t Charles VI. to ruin the Hoofe of Auftria, by.de-� priving it of all its Territories; fo that the Queen < of Hungary may, notwithftanding the Hollering c� the � French Ambaflkdor, iafely challenge them to do her t greater Injuries than thofe they have already attempted � to do her.' L     ON     D     ON. Yefterday an Account came that five .Ships, from Jamaica, Carolina, and Virginia, their Names not yet known, wete lately taken by the Spaniards, and carried into Vigo. : The Jupiter, Capt. Grofs, from London for Africa, richly laden, was lately tftken by a Spanifh Privateer of confiderable Force, after an Engagement of two Hours, wherein the Boatfwain of the Jupiter was kill1 d, and is carried to St. Sebaftian's. ' The Bonaventure, Capt. Ward, from Exeter for Madeira and Carolina, was alfo lately-taken by a Spantfh Privateer, foon after ftie {ail'd from Madeira. Two Ships, one from Ireland, with 1600 Barrels of Butter on board j and the, other laden with Corn, their Names not yet known, were lately taken by. a Spanifh Privateer, on the Coaft of Portugal.. - , They write from Dover, that the Queen of Hungary,   Laft Week Mr. Charles Pryce, an Attorney, tiQe^euft Inn, was married to Mils Hannah Foord, of Churchy' Street, Soho, an agtfable young Lady, witfia handfqq}e I Fprtanje, High Water at London-Bridge this Day at *J6 Minutes after t in the Morning, arid 44 after 2 in the AfternooBi On Sunday Evening died at her Houfe, hi Auftin-Fryars, 1 Dame Mary Dutry; Wife to Gerrard Van Neck, Efq; I She was Daughter and Heirefs of Hilary Renew, Efq; who came; over from Bourdeaux to England in 16S8, oh Account of the Perfecution of the French Proteftants, having brought with him a confiderable Fortune; on which he liv'd many Years fetif'd at Putney in Surry. His only Son dying without Iffue, his whole Eftate devolv'd to the fiid Daifte Mar/ Dutry. She intermarried about the Year 1694 with Sir Dennis Dutry, B*rt. who was created fuch in the Year 1716 ; and he dying without Iffue, (he married with thefatd Gerrard Van Neck, Efq; in the Year Her Character was fuch in Life as matt make .her Lufs irreparable, fhe  being remarkable for her great Sweetnefc of Temper, her good and fourld penetrating Judgment, her extenfive and unlimitted Good Nature i.nd Civarity, her uncommon Affability and Indulgence to all Perfons : As fhe was the belt .of Wives, die made herHu/b^nd perfectly happy; and he on his Part being of a Temper quite fiiitable to her's, in regard to all Ijer excellent .Qualities, made her likewife the beft of Hu/bands, and is inconfokbie on accbdnt  of her Death. She died an Ornament to her Sex, and a worthy Objefl of Imitation to all Perfons. .Oh Saturday died advanced in Years, Mrs. Henly, Sifter to General Bowles. On Saturday died at her Houfe in Petty-France, Weft-minfter, Mrs. Blunt, Relift of .- Blunt, Efq; by her Death near 8001. per Annum devolves to h�r eldeft Son, William Blunt, Efq; The Managers of the Dutchefs of Buckingham's Funeral affare us, that her Grace's Corps will not lie in State. Yefterday Morning died Mr. Giles Pinkard, of London-I5treet.  He was a Gentleman of great Merit and extenfive Charity, and univerfally belov'd: He was poffefi'd of a very plentiful Eftate, the Bulk of which he has left to Mrs. Sarah Pinkard, a Maiden Lady of that Place, Mr. George Darby, Salefman, of Houndlditch, and Mr. John Jones, Mercer, at the Royal Cufhion, Bilhopfgate-Street, London. Saturday Se'nnight the Afttzes ended at Rpchefter for the County of Kent, when two Prifoners receiv'd Sentence of Death, viz. John Ranfom, for ftealing a black- Gelding ; and Richard Smith, for Sheep-ftealing. The Lent-Sermon Tomorrow, at St. Ann Black-Fryars, will be preach'd by the Rev. Mr. Reyner, Reftor of St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fifh-Street, and St. Gregory by St. Paul; and that on Friday next, being Good-Friday, by the Rey. Mr. Grainger, Re&or of the faid Church. Prayers (thro1 France, or fo Packet-Boat direcJlj.) Single n.%d. will begin at ^EleVBa o'Cjock. Doublets.   Treble 4J. 6 d.   Ounce bs. Great Numbers of Gentlemen and Ladies daily refort      Xktween London and any Part of Italy ef Sicily, (t$ro% to the Manfion Houfe and French Horn, facing the Manfion-    "        ' ~ Houfe, to fee the Artift from Norwich.   He is twenty-two Years of Age, never had the Ufe of Hands or Feet, but   Ounce 5 j. two Foot long, weighs but four Stone two Pounds, and f    And it is to be obfer
                            

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