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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 8, 1943, London, Middlesex                                I5" R I DA Y, Apr uj, 174$. D^/   April 6  " Yefterday there was a Board or" Admiralty, when their -AME down, the G�renwich, fot f Lordffrips appointed Capt. Uptea tobe Commander of the Newfoundland ;  the  Whiuk*ri ^ Man of War, of fort/ Guns, m the^roomttf Capt. Whiting, and the Ruby, War� both for Virginia i and remain with the two Bombs, and Dujch Bomb, fromjamaica. WindW. by N. Yefterday arriv'd a Mail from France. j Yefterday Morning came "Advice, that the Unioni Capju -u -i R^hc  ann uurcn � Mackenzie, from Carolina, but laft; from Cowes, bound.- ^^^^ ^, - Prow ftfo �a.T\s,A*Ia-7nain, April 12. The Cartel/or the Exchange of Prjfoners between,the King, and the Queen of Hungary, is juft regulated, whereby his Majefty is obliged to give 200000 Livres by way of Ranfoni. ' ' ,        - -   � Six thoufand Engmh have paSed the Rhine at Cobhntz, , _____,.________, .....________ and 3060 at Audernacb.   People here cannot conje&ure \   It was Yefterday reported, that an Exprefs wis arrived --     ,    t>.j:__     . c--- r* marrhin� to. } with an Account of the Death of the Emneror.    His Majefty's Ship the Lightning Bomb from Jamaica, but laft from the River Shannon-in Ireland, (where fhe was drove by Strefs of Weather, fti a raoff wretched Condition) arriv'd on Wednefday in the Downs.  : We hear that two Men of War of fifty Gb*3. are to convoy the Eaff India Company's latter Fleet of Ships frpm Portfmoutkto St. Helena. ' We heafthe Hon. William Maule, Efq; elHeft Son to. the kte Earl of Panmure, will be reftor'd to that Title. Z\zx. their Defign-js : Some tfiink they are marching to- i with an Account of the Death of the Emperor.      . uiis Meniz, in order to caufe an Arehbifhop to be;elec>:d     Yefterday Morning died- at hicjHaufe la-New -Pal v*.    .  ,....'   r_l^a*.c--*t '-'' On Wednefday laft thev Lady of Sir William Abdey died at his Houfe in Golden-Square. On^Wednefday Night died William Mlmouth, of Lincoln's Inn, Efq; at his Houfe in Bartlet's Buildings in Fetter-Lane. Yefterday Mr. Bold, of, New Inn, a Gentleman of great Practice and Reputation in the Law, was married by the Rev. Mr. Archdeacon Potter to Mrs. Thompfon, Sitter pf John Walfhman, Efq; the' prsfent Mayer of i'rsfton, a Widow Lady, generally allowed to be truly Miltrefs of 'every amiable Quality,' and requifite to make Life happy, and grace the married State. On Monday Night died at his Houfe in Furnival's Inn Court, in Holboro, Mr.  Simpfon, who formerly kept the Livery Stables, near Bedford-Row, and Father to Mr. John Simpfon, Banker, in, Fleet-Street. By a Claufe in the Bill for punifhing Perfons wfio hawk or fell unftampM News-Papers, after the ift of May next, they are to be committed to Bridewell for tiiree Mouths, and a Reward of Twenty Shillings for every Perfon appre- _____  ,....-._________,_________ , hended, to be paid by the Treafum' of the Stamp-Office * rezeived thereof a frefli Treaty having been concluded � to fuch as apprehend them. *' between Aeir firkannick, Sardinian, and Hungarian Ma- j    We hear the Oratorio of Samfon is to be perform'd * jeftits,^ tbert are fome who take pains to make People- f at the Temple in Ranelagh-Gardens, as foon as the hew r^e1^, ftar;hisSatdin|an.Majefty perceiving how back- * kiis�M.t Q^ueeais to rtcompence the Zeal and Fidelity , 5' Wi'^^which.'"'"fie defends her Caufe in fuch critical Cir- j ttiiWbvieesy and ftfll more fo i� indemnify the Loffes : /\�fipfe he hasfuftaiaed by the Livafion of his Dutchy of '� * Sdvy, and to reimburfe him the large Sums of Money I * which he has ejcpended in the Service of the Houfe of | *\AafiriaV has: entered^sinto' ail Accommodation with the | * Court of Spain. - It's well vknown how cruelly the Spa-niards treat the Savoyards.   There is no Money in the ^Sp'Snifh Army, and.they bwe 800,000 Liyres to a French I * 'Purveyor, who -furnimed them with Provifipnsduring their * fey in DaupbinL. Spain is quite exhaufted of its Specie, '"where they haveiiash0e, greateft" Difficulty imaginable ".�. toraife Siimsfufficieat to jiofwer the preffing NecdRty of i* the two Armies in Savty isAJ^hibmdy. The Court t.;moreover pay? no Wages? AppointHients, or Penfions, bttt _f Jo its Ambaflhdors. People who are well verfed m the .^/fi^uces of that Kingdom, pretend that ten Millions of * Piftftefsare not to be found in it, fuch vaft Sums have ; y Yeftefday's .French .^MaiJ, Mention, that:the Squadron at that Port, conflftiog.^of iz "Men- of War, / was ;put to Sea. ' � -i fOa V^eo^ciaay ^jight, died.^t-his; Houfe; in ^B&rliogton-^tree^.' Sir, .^ich�i.:^fewt n,. iKawght *Ltbkjm&h �aa^' Baronet, agM&fifctt^Pa&SBtat^ \�-.:*. I Orcheftra is corripletcd. It is thought by the Cbhnoiffeurs, that this Temple would have niet with the Fate of th?.t of Gaza, had they trufted Samfon in the old Orcheftra ; but as the Proprietors have changed its Situation, and by that means prevented a too powerful Reverberation of the Mufick, they are of Opinion .he will rather fupport than dejiroy it now, efpecially as no Philiftines will be there to fcojjf:, but Lovers of Harmony only to admire.  Yefterday James Cropp and John Eyres were rc-examin'd before Col. de Veil,' and Mr. B-irnnrd Mere.it Byfield, of Stoke Newington, being one of the Perfons robb'd by them on the Highway, appear'd and, profecuted, and it appear'd they took from him about nine Pounds^ his Handkerchief, Gloves, and Hat, which laft was produced on the Examination, and put him in fo much fear of his Life, that "he was forced to beg very heartily to preferve it. They were both committed to Newgate. _ Yefterday a Bricklayer fell from a Scaffold In Gunpowdef-Alley, Shoe-Lane, and fo fraftur'd his Skull thac he i'digd immediately. ' .       '   ;   .')    >��   f On Sunday next two Charity Sermons; will be preached at the Parifh Church of St. Mary Newington Butts iin-Surry, for the Benefit x>f the Children of the Tald PaKlh r^t^aTc'in the Morning by the Rev. Mr. Howard, L^tftu^er Jjf\$tl Magnus by London-Bridge, and Chaplain -ta hWv Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales; and that in idle A/teitfoon by the Rev. Mr. Negus, Lecturer of St* Michael Royal and St. Martin Vintry.  Oh Sunday next, in-the Afternoon^ a Chajity-Sejrflon will be preach'd at the Parilh Church of jSt. John at Wap-pingi for theJBeuefit of the Charity Cluid^n fee^ng^ng to the,^id4 Parilh, ;by ,-the Rev. Mr/jBrpu^hton, :X�e^Brej- of Ail^QW.^^mbardTStrjeet:.'. ^ ' ' ,;   '� A i The ppor^rifonen on �he.Comm n. Wednefday. laft j .indjjikewi^c; tb, their "kind", ai& adkripwri^Behefaclof :that; fent.-themTwb bSg that dnf kind Benefactors,- when they fend their Char ritie^i ti> affe for the Steward Who is appointed for that 1 Purpofe, Or put them into 'their Begging Box at the Grate. * ' TM 'Artift from Norwich, that has given fuch generd Satislfat^ion to the Nobility and Gentry, by his wonderful Perfortnnhces at Charing^rofs, mny be fecn at the M^rifion Houfe' and French Horn near the Royal Exchange^ this Week and no"longer, being at the'Reqdeft of feveral Qe&. tlemen w-go to Oxford.   Price 6 d. each Perfon; Whereas in the Daily Advertifer of laft Monday^ there* . was .mentioned an Experime'nt made at Woolwich between. Mr. Pitts,' Msfte'r Ropemaker of his Majefty Yard therej '* and Mr,  '. be\re'prefented, &6uldbe"here ftated^ih a true Light.'" J Mr.' SrecnS Prejtenfipns, expreffed in his Petition-ta the '* Lords if the AdmiraJty/'We're, th'at^hi* Ropes^retwjuje as flrong.fe, thoCe mr.de in the common way, upon an Av�?sf�e>� And "|jg^^ajffton�Mi.of the Navy >yere. commanded by their^Krmips"to 
                            

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