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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 11, 1943, London, Middlesex                                ;qnda Shimb. 3�* A PR t � 11, 4       -* iii Ded, April. � HIS TJetribfe a with the Colchefter, fbftndia, and the Ships oaward-bouhd, are faiTd /Or the Weftward. Came down, , Randolph, foe Virginia;. The Lightning Bbinb, and t^Ljyc-renaal, for India^ remain. , Since oar laft arrivM a Mail fro3 Holland. ; Stockholm, Mdrcb z6. The Ambaflkdors from France $md Denmark oppofe one another openly. The firjft of them labours in favonr of the Duke de Deux^Ponts j ?nd in a Conference lie lately had with the-Commiflkries of- the Committee, offer'd them in general a Succour of Money and Ships of War, in cafe" that- prince fhould be chofen; The Ambaffador from Denmark, on.the other fidey-has offer'd them twelve Men of War, and an Army of 12000 Men, in cafe the Prince Royal be chofen. The Minifter frofia the Duke of titlpm Eutin was alfo fome few Days ago in Conference with the^feine Commiflaries, and produced parti ~"bly cular Letters, purporting, that the Emprefs might be prevaiTd oh to reftbre Jrinland, and even adcl nrpaurg to Sweden* if they would chufe the Bake his Mafteh Stackhalaty March 29.  In a Conference lately had on theSubjeft of theSucceffion, one of the Members of the .piet; proposed to gilt in Nomination a-.fo.urth Candidate, which' mig^ be ^eguaHy agreeablerto dl Parties^ in order fey that Mean's *� V^tc the four Orders of the otate; but jhis Propoial ,was-.ead�fy rejeaed. . On the z6tk iafcmt *J*e Court recehr'd mo .Expreffes from their Atntefladhis at the Congrefc of Abot with Advice, as JtiS ^i^y4l�t4:heai^ds.of        is content ifes US the ;firftjtotjr. to be ere&a in        'fcf bejgegmj Kace.v Seven thouiafld Men ate ejaployei in tyHHJflg o�,,d, f Forfci'nnder the DJre&'oh of the Engin^er-Oe.ner^ tpra�." 8 MfafrSei -NtWBhir -aceeas'd:"  Crranaaa BoBiDS, ! TJle^-Fortifications at J^-Sd fint^d, and thofi*' at Glatx are augmefctiiig cpnfideWWy^ tiH� m the ;fcght HpH; the'Lord TJfcotint Tyrcohhet will ftand Candida^ for Grantham j jax the room 'of Sir Vefteftky Barnabas Bucfctvell, jg&i "Nephew- to, and Partner with S&muslChifd/'Bftf Banter, at Tcmple-B.rj 4of oUr late Eleaor, Prince TJ\codore*� Biy^ri^ ^fhqp: qj Keifeltfadt, are t^ndidates for the EU&qral tJJgni^. ^he Ele�hon is fixed to the 22d lolfeut.. friifaid, wzt: the Chapter is refolved to chufe one of their om\ Body. . G?%�, Apr tlx 1.   According _tt>-Letters te'Tmyj, the French Army aflembliW^t ^arrefatu^already amounts taiLooop Men. They' wllf i^/aiit^pas ihe Soft* m order to advance ^ward's "tjhS Rbihe,;Whfch they will pals with it. Marshal -^bailies is ejcpeftcfd'toWirds the�nd _of this ficiojith at iwip/ss. � s, Capt; GardmerV ntehy Years Commander of thfe BdndFrigitfim the Virginia Thde.;       .  -     " On SatOrd^'Mohting -'dj^ji 'aft&- a. fe# Days IUnefsi Mr. Prancis Forcer; f^lTct^fSadfcrS WeUs^ near.Iffingtoifc Qn Satur^p.y:died ^r/Maria#. an eminent and wealthy -WeaV^in St^�-Street, ^)ittIeEelds. ' Yefterday died Mr. Hughes, Mifter df the Ring's Armi Tavern in Fetherftorie-Street. ______.     . ...   . _ ,       Qn Saturday; *botrt Bight o*CTott irv th* Mtfrnng^ a Part b^.tte."^^^^' (feift Mhfe^trdtn^^/^foWwf1 Tlie f Fire happcnM at a Joyttfr's ia Ddke-^freet, Grofvenoi* ------   r        /.   ---------^ ,^ , Square, which.m a ll;or* time entirely burnt the bridge of Boats that was^at1 in$$Mdi'9 ^aS earned on the 6th to &iaii-im-hpW* rrancfo7'ts April 11. The Emperor vrill fboh fet dut^fof x-duzfiottrgi from whence his: Imperial Majeft}'. will put him-/etf^af ,tie ilead of his Army. . Tlie" Emprefs,' tlie*Prince zot Duly tbid^pait fam thsVtij*fftdttUt out pro boiative^Jtoktsnt;^ tlie Swedes as favourable Conditions 3,8 ^^i^l^e, 'int^fe they will defer fettling the Suc- ^B^�L^,lS|e "Cjqowp 'iQt'fome* dine; -: rttee df^Eleftiori made, thepay before Yefter- day ^e^llQ^^Report: f> That Wing advfeM with the p&iwt^-fe^efning the direct Candidates wlio aim to 'V fcc&dj&:t�t 0"own 6fv S&tden, and QxaminM into the feveral Conditions which . had been qifcrM on their eebtiaries at ^ which deinand:the more Attention q� -t$? Senate hid the! Committee, as .ttoy relate to the XJSucceflion, &c.'   Upon whpA.it was refolvM     take tfiia b^pertant^gcftrqirin^  ;Sa iet "bf'thfe Empire |;but the Foreign fclinifters Will* attehd^the . l2ymppror.,     . .... . ,\ : ^Duffeldorpy April i 2.4 The bad JRoads andHoftds retard .the.March pJF the Trppps bJF^t'Alli^k;   irticvOfairty thofe of England; that Jtis doubted >vh^^ th& Rhine at the appointed Ti' ""      i! down it^began irt? and-damaged fofhe bthets contiguouit A poor Infant about Hto Months bid vfras burntth& Gr^le- The-.Woman Who nurs*d it attempted to fetch it out oF tlie Roomf and w?s fo nirferably burnt that1 ess thtylgat Ihe cannot lire. e. O O N. - . 1 Extra3 of a Letter from Jamaica, dated Feb. s 7. f On the* 2bth of January, Majefty*s Ship the Ad-venture rent m aBngmtine loadeu vjth Cocoa and Je-furts-Bark from Porto Bello, mken urider^he Arenas to > tHe.Windward of Carthagena and"alfo a Sloop laden c 'wjUi Salt, called the 'Santa;Rita,0'taktfn1 near the fame ^Place- ''^n the ift. of JFe * j!k put oft ^r.jkjtt but at the Departure of th$ Pbft it was *ot- deterstin*d. �ft-K ^i.r^ 9** Advkes from Swf/fea.import, thatj Z)ttatiunk(^^^'Sr a fh^irpntiej^-the ... x-ifi^Mi:4E^^aa^r||^^|< -%m!d.: near als, l^eh with] C^i\yi  er, and a# o^ily^e^rig^haT^ l^at'twehty^ahd rccefve^nohe^.thoeg*h?ffib'fl?fof theitiartf ^a^Qhje^th^y not^lvavmg; th^fame^^wttt^ty of r^i he-ftjfig     been piea*ea to mt ^fp'm,; LL. B.: to the^Reftiry bf^Hirtefte a^pjrited, irt " the ^0>unty of Siiffirfk and CioWe^pjSHsW'c^* void hy ?jthe ami &mm$&i&?#        -        - kit* the I ^ Three, 4 of toooo Meit ^ch iji tRe ifle bH , .--.j to tie Gov:ernor: of YwrnmitH i^t, in the ro6i�; of John m^iti^v i xxiYudMmf^ 6fie at Sa?ucess; another- ames^are alfqt aftembSo^ All TXikdr^ of Life-fipard*: Gut&^i atid' a:I^ .p Box-this Dajr,^which ^vcrfe equally dnided^by the Seward on^ihe Comc^on^ide. Hon. tte Uve at 1     "     F -     T     * w      Hamlets,- jto ^pi^iniod to $cceed l^^Gien!4 1 as Majo> of the ^irft R^g^ ti^ %hevaeTiCe of feme Wei!^i^^?hjrift^&,. other �Thtbh^s^th^ t6'efij[pyf and asr tire Ad of fefol-tftacjr does not bv^e Place for bur^ Sefekfe for thslfe feveral   

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