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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 5, 1943, London, Middlesex                                "t; 0 E S D A Y, 'Apr i L 5, 1743 [E MA IN, his Majefty's Ships the Deal-Caftle, Blandford, Baltimore, Terrible and Granada Bombs, the Deptford   Prize,   and Plymouth Tranfport $ the Princefs of Wales, Harry, the Heathcot'e, Cape, and the St. George, Robinfon,. all for Eaft-India j with the Butch ,.Eaft-India Ship, and the Oanvard-boand asperlaft.   Came down, the Carolina Galley, Campbel, for Carolina ; -and the Try ton, Saunders, for Smyrna.   Wind N. by W. An Extra8 of a Letter,from a foreign Minifter at Berlin, dated April z. S His Pruffian Majefty having lately charged the Count [,i de^ohna, his Minifter at-the Court of Vienna, to-kali.; � frequent aaireh^ted Reptefetttaitions there, is order to ' engage the Quteri of Hungafyto give Orders for earning 1 to>e fedrefled, without the-feaft Delay, the Grievances * of Religion" in the .Territories of Hungary, and other t -Dependaiicies of that Crowii, from wnom his iJruiuan � Majefty has receiv'd,-1or pretends to have jeceiv'd frequent � Complaints, and to..have even been befought by a great " ' Number of Proteftont Subjects, "to undertake to maintain < (iith. in their Rigiits of freely exerciiii.g traeir Religion.; * the Pruffian Minifter, on the Part of the King his Matter, * has not been wanting'in his'Complaints on this Occa-' fioa; and'-at the fame time added, that as his Mijefty � could not, abfoluiely.help granting his Protection to all ' thofe who pruieis'd the Evangebck Religion, efpeciaih/ � when they refuelled it -of him, as their Protector; he < requir'd. the Queen, as well in his own Name, as in the � Name of all the complaining Proteftants in Hungary, to � fpeedily caufe the Oppreffions on the Score of Religion � tb"ceafe, for Fear left tne Confequences thereof ihoald * become fatal,- and tbey.fhould augment the Calamities � with which the Empire is already but too much over-�; whelmM : That an Affair of this Nature might become * grave and general, becaufe it mterefted a great Part of * Germany: That therefore it would turn greatly to the * Advantage of the Queen, if me was deftrous of contri-�'budrig;to the publick Tranquility, to acqute'fee with Ala- * crity to every thing which miglit tend to - the Reftoration ' thereof r And that fhould her Majefty oi Hungary fail to ' comply herewith, his Pruffian Majefty would be conftrain'd f to make Reprifals upon the Roman Catholicks eftablifiVd  L 6 N D O N. A Letter by the laft French Mail, from on Eoard the Rupert Man of War in the Mediterranean, advifes, that this.Ship, in Company with another Man of War, purfued a Bircolorigointq ^he Bay of Almeria, which got into Shoal Water,, and fo near the Shore, that they could not board her, but batter'dher. to Pieces. They afterwards, meeting with but little" Refiftahce from the Forts and Batteries "of the Town, 'determTn'd upon cannonading;!t ; but finding a French Tartan in the Bay, they Tent the Matter on Shore to let the Inhabitants know, that unlefs they would ranfom their Towq by a Suni of Money, it would be. beat about �their Ears. The Inhabitants fent Word, that in a Time fo'd an Anfwer mould be given the Commodore ; which 'Time was granted "them. In the interim they fent to acquaint the Intendant of the Province with the Situation .of their Affairs, who immediately order'd them- 200 Soldiers, to prevent, the Sailors from landing ; whjch Soldiers being ignorant of the Mifchief that Ships of fuch Force were capable of doing, would not permit the Inhabitants to �ave their Town by a Ranfom, but obliged them to {end a Defiance to the Captains of the Men x�f War ; who thereupon immediately fir'd upon, the'Town, which they continu'd' to do all Night. In the Morning, the ,Wind changing, they were obliged to' make the bell of  their Way out of the Bay j but before they departed, they fent the Matter of the. French Tartan' into the Town �gain, in order to know what had been done,; who foon brought them Word, that the Tower of the great Church "Was beaten- down, and 'great part of the Body, thereof : That moft of the Houfes were demolifh'd, or much damag'd ; and in fhqrt, that the whole Town was redue'd to a Heap of Rubbifh,- and that about thirty Settees, Barcolongos, *c which had been haul'd into Shoal Water, had been beat to Pieces. : The'Lynn,'Capt. RolSter, from St. Ube's, for London, was taken the 20th of February laft, O. S. by a Spanish Privateer, called the St. Michael,; carrying 18 Guns, and 170 Men, and carried into St. Andero, after an Engagement of four Hours, wherein Capt. Roffiter.had feveral Men 'kili'd and wounded. The Captain of the Grampus Sloop was-kiU'd in an Engagement with.this Ship. .The Lively, Capt. Kenady,  bound for Dublin from.. Cork, is-taken and carried into Bayonne. The Jafeph and^Ann, for Li/boa from London, was jV oer Paffage taken by the Spaniards. ....    -      ' ... On Sunday the 27th paft a violent Storm hap^en'd.at; Dublin, which forced the Floating Light there ;fj^m. her Anchors, and fhewasbeat to Pieces.^The fara'e'^^^tbe St.; Anthony of Oporto jvas loft near .the fame PSoeJ-'iot the i-Men witlii.much Difficulty Tayed themfejy^.^ V ^ ^ *--^.th^iaine'Ston� leven^!ps:'ir !e worth, Daughter of Mr. Ayleworth, of Chelfea. The Funeral of her Grace the Dutchefs of Buckingham will be perforai'd next Friday. Al�outOne c'Clock in the Afternoon the Proceiiion will begin, and going up Con-flitution-Hill, will proceed along Piccadilly to St. James's Street, and thence to. Weftminikr-Abbey. Her Grace's Corps will not lie iri State. - . Ou Sunday Morning  died at Iflingt'on, where (he went for the Air, Mrs. M^ry Seaman, Widow anu Reliit of Dutton Seaman, Lite of the Inner-Temple, Efq; and Mother of Dutton Seaman, Efq; Comptroller of t:iis City.' On Sunday died the Rev. Mr. Neal, an eminent Dtftent-ing Minifter of this City, at his Houfc in Alderlgate-Strect. On Sunday died Mr. Darges, an eminent Surgeon in Steward-Street, Spittlefields. Yefterday died at his Hoofe in Katherine-Whed-Yard, St, James's, Mr. Auftin, a Matter-Builder. Laft Saturday Night was buried in St. James's Church, Wettminfter, Mrs. Pickering, Widow of Dr. Pickering, poffefs'd of a confiderabie Fortune, which is left to her Neice, Mrs. Newton, a Gkzier in Pall-Mall; On Friday died Mn Bryant, an eminent Silverfmith, in Tavver-Street, in which Bufinefs he had acquir'd a confiderabie Fortune. Yefterday.died at his Houfe in St. Martin's Lane, aged 96, Mr. Davies, who was' fixty-three Years one of the Deputy Gentlemen Pprters.pf his Majefty's Pulices. Yefterday a Reprieve came to Newgate for D:j.vid Tod, for a Street Robberyj and Jacob Cordofa, for Hoofebreak-ing, in order for Tranfportation.  . Notwithftanding. the Coldnefs of the Seafon has prevented Ruckholt-Hbufe 'being open'd \vith the Muiical Entertainments, a moft furpriiing Number of Gentry have reforted there for this Week paft, and have cxprefs'd the greateft Satisfaction at the Beauty of the Gardens, Canals, &c. . To   the   A U T II OR. .   SI % The following Lines were ftolen out of a Friend's Stu,dy, where I met with his Manufcript Journey to Paris. Turning over the Leaves, I found a thoui'and whimfrcal Particulars, both in Profe and Verfe : Biit my Friend coming in, I had been allow'd Time to triuifiribe only what you will find hereunder.   I wifh they may-be acceptable, and am, SIR, Sic. A SKETCH of PARIS.   In i74I. f   � By   G A L L O - A 'ft C L u. s. LAD IE S, whofe Drefs, Wit, Sprightlinefs, 'and Air, Charm, till their plaitter'd Cheeks, like Spectres fcare. Men learn'd, polite; and yet.fo much the'Frig, Their Genius feems quite center'd in their Wig. Ferries, and Ferrymen *, begrim'd like Gkarbn: Plump, chuckling Priefts, dreft gorgeoufly as Adrttn. ' Pulpit-Enthuttafts, foaming like mad Torn: Coarfe Vixens, ogling leud in Notre-Dame j-. Pert, fallowi flip-fhod Damfels, loofely drefs'd j. As ris'n from Bed, and panting to be prefs'd. " Shades , which the Gr-zer for Eliziwn takes, Till his ftiing Nole fufpefts the neighbouring Jakes. Nuns joking now; now'fighing, " Fl;Jh< (sG-rafi:" Friars who Catches roar, and toaft a L&fs. An Opera-Hqufe, large as our City' Halls.'} Fine Action, Words, Cioathj,Drefles: ~ difmaj Squalfei Round from Pont-Neufy the View fuperb and.rich j Grand Keys : - the River a genteel Fleit-DitSt. -Lame,� Hackney Horfes i as their Driver's lean. Figures unnumber'd, Anifj to the Sple-ein. } Oldj-wither'd Crones, in gaudy Sitks-dif^lsy'd: Monks J with Toupees, and Tbrifofa' in Brocade. /Taii^'^^iUiM^el^j^eiire's,. begrimed witli Snuff: L^ng-rapier?^ Pigjjiies, hid behind a Muff. Shoe-Boys ''t^b-Ru^';-''L%aieqqey5-di%&Jd'-iike Ojal;- Such Oddities ! xhe Town feems all a Droll. Turn'where-'we will, oar Eyes new Splendors greet,--Whilft.:half theGrty-^ares a Moninmib Strett.. �:. StUi;morJtef (VANITY) wou'.d be thy Fair, i Had';'dje"fa'm?drPairitef, Biinyah \'Tweet,' been hare1. . 'A}r$� The gteateft; Fart of a Boat, %povi to be about ten Tons Burthen," was taken up the n\t. SmttxApm S. E.-from the Berry-rHead, by Lieatenaht StJ3en,of the Ann .'Stera'am Packet, "a Tender tb his Majefty's Ship Che Duke.     '- �&nburght Mctrcb 29.-:We.:had Vefter'day one of ^he greateftAFalls' of Snow that ever iyss known at this Sealba of'the Year, and it continues fo lie. Saturday a Fire broke out in the Burgefs Clofe in. Leith, which-,' notwithftanding all polfible Care, b'arnt out fbarior five poor FamHtes%      y,_v- -    _ High Water at London-Bridge Wis Day at .43 Minutes after 6 hi the Morning, and r2 "after 7 at Night.. UuUdhail, HERE.dS by an M of P..riiame:-:t 'pjs'd prefent SeJJUn, eniitkd An A& for repealing ce'rcCm Duties on Spirituous Liquors, aii.d on I^icencss tc� retailing the fame, and for laying other Duties c.-n Spirituous Liquors, and on Licences to retail the *faid Ltquoi s, it is (amongft other Th(ngs) enaftei, � ' Wat from and'after ~tk ' fuch Perfons only who jhall keep Taverns, -Vidlua'ilhig-4 Houfes, Inns, Coffee-Houfes, or Aleboufes ; and if any fuch ' Licences jba 11 be granted to any other Perfins i'-har. as afhre-' /aid, the fame are hereby decl/ird void tf all I  will he granted tj fuch us fj-.Jl for thai P^^pofe b'e properly allow d and return''d by 'the Altlermen of their refpecli-ve Wards, or their Deputies ; And the Beadles of the fe-jCral IVartLs are'�heriby.requir d*ta leave the Lifts of fuch Perfons, as ufual, at leajl three Days before the Seffton ; and the Perfons-fo intending &o be licfps^Jf are requir''dperfonally to attend at Guildhall on the fa'id. l lf� Day of April, at Nine a? Clock, at which time preeifely the Court will befitting for the Difpatch of that Pifinefs, .-pre* 
                            

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