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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 13, 1943, London, Middlesex                                �\~*fe' If ^ aak*.  Arrifd* t>* Iwiafcf, __iuid Jake Tmfrn, torn Cofttefftr, for BJdn, anfctaa&s, 1 Witk thc^ Dutch and the jOieftl: Britain, ferjaraica. Cam* udewa, the jenrima, OaiaiMK, fit :�ri&3. Wad N.W.     -"  Yefterfajif �rtoM jt. MaS film Holland. fettrfiun* Marti i^. By Advices kiely arthr'd fro* thePerfia� �WtoW�#^a^wni'd, that the Inhabitants of Dagiftan, and tie �$d*iniig Couctriesc, have in tfcc joo& eataeft raan^jpMOTll their Requeft 40 be receffVt under the PjMte&iofr^f i**; imperial Majcllyy Stockholm, March iq. YtsBWdaytrriir'd here an JJxpliefi* �ith an Ac�UBt.that the IfeBChment lately fent&om j^nce W^��&if �m�'d it the s^uod of Aland, and tM cken to the$f IJoae on we. irft Abearance of the Swedes; who were in Purfutt of them. Naples, March 26. Laft Week a Courier arrived here bom Cocflt Gages, with Difpatches to the King and the Dake de Montaiegre. After a grand Council held on this Oecafioiif an Order was fen t to "all the Regular Troops in this Kingdom *o aiTembif in the further Abruzza, and to ftpjdy the Fortrefi of Gaeta with all Sorts of Provihon and Ammunition. RtMy March $0. Letters from Naples, by the laft Pdft gdvife, that the Town of Nardo had been almoft entirely djeftroyed by ihe late Earthquake, and that more than 500 People had been buried in the Ruins of their Hbtrfes, iegbtMt March if}. The Engliih Conful which refides lere, has received exprefs Orders from his Court not*to intermeddle jn the Affairs of Carjica; fince which the Ferment there is abated. Ginia, March 30. The Senate has appointed; the Marquis dc Viale to make their Complimects to Admiral Mathews, who has fhewed fome Difcont&t at not having received any Mark of Attention from the RepdWkk fince his Arrival in the Mediterraneaji. This Adnafld is ma-Jdn� Preparation, for forae grand Expedition. Bologna, April z. Count Gages, afore his Departure for the Rmeffuti wrote to Count Traun, defiring him zo give Orders that the Spanim Troops which were leftjfck in the �fiutllottit might lie taken Care of, In Compliance wiiere-with Ccoaf, Txaun has given the moil exprefs Orders relating to them. Modes*, Jttorcb 29. T�ey write "from Parma, that an Order is, arrived bom the Court of Vieona to Jfequefter all thjeJ&ftate andltevcirae* of the Cardinals Ah^cuii, Valehti, and Aldrovandi, in the Dutchies of Parma and Placentia, for having permitted the Spaniards to make ufe of the Artillery of Fort Urbani, which is looked upon as a Violation of the Neutrality. Milan, April 3. It's affur'd that the Swifs Cantons have caufed fome thoufands of Men to march in order to affili theValaifins in humoring the Spaniards from palling intoir�/j>. Venice, April 5; Tne Senate has receiv'd Advice, that a Body of *ooo Auftrian Horfe having attempted to attack Ike Rear Guard of the Spanim A" .iy, the Duke d'Atrifco at the Head of fome Companies of Miquelets, and of 400 Horfe,-fell upon this Body, defeated it, and took feveral' Prifoners, and that the Auftrians had fent feveral Waggons foil of wounded to Bologna. ' . ftUf, March 23. Letters from Savoy advife, that Don Philip was On the 26th inftant to review his Trudps: That "on the 3d of the next Month he would march with hisv whole Army, and that- in the mean time above 2000 Men "Were repairing 'the Roads thro' which the Troops were topafs.        �    ~    . riitnta, April 3. We are advis'd from all Quarters, that the French are in a moft diftrek'd Condition in "Bavaria, their whole Arnjy, with Seckeadorff's Peafants, .do not form above '24 or. 25000 Mem Prince Charles jfctS out in fix or eight Days, and will go towards Egra. Pienna, April 6, We near that the Duke.of Modena is to have the Command of tne Spanifh Army in Italy. Ratijbon, April u. Several Detachments of Horfe and foot-which were on the other Side of the Danube,; have iriiuin a few Days paffed that River in order to march into the Upper Palatinate. The Governor of Stadtamhqff, uk> this Week jseceiv'd Difpatches from Marlhal jfrogjp, nvarchM likewife this Momir.g to the Upper Palatinate With  ait-Mwchen, in-order to join the Army of Prince Lbbkowits, which is daily growing ilronger alio by Recruits ; fo that in all Likelihood the Heat of the War will be in thefe Parts. Drtfdeny April 9. We have Advice, that the Auftfiaos who btockaded Egra, had begun to batter the Place and to befiege it in R>rm.  Prince Maurice ofSaxe is Hill here. Spirety April xz. The French Troops which ij^s laid are deiign'd to pafs theAbifte, are already aflembkd to eoi^fuiuoer of feventy Battalions andfixty-eightS^uadroni, M/i lie torfe iaftantry. joined by twenty-two other Batta-'�Mitm and fe�v Skjiladjoiii.  All. the Advices ixoca A/face . &)r, that tie>fc?^pabti eftors of the Bank of England; when the following Gentlemen will be chofe without Oppofition, viz. Sir Edw.Bellamy, Kt. & Aid. Mr. Benjamin Mee, Bryan Benfon, Efq; John Bance, Efq^; Merrik Burrell, Efqy Thomas .Cooke, Efq; Delillers Carbonnel, E(^; Mr. Richard Chifwell, jun. Tv8r. John Eaton Dodftvorth, James Gaultier, Efq; Henry Herring, Efa; James Lever, Efq; Mr. Benjamin Lethieullier, Matthew Raper, Elq/ Theophilus Salway, Efqj John South, Efq; Stamp Blookfb nk, Efq; Mr. Benjamin Longuu, Mr. Robert Marfh, Charles Palmer, Efq; James Spilman, Efu; Sir Jn. Thompfon, Kt. Sc Aid. James Tneob;tldj Eiq; Robert Thornton, Jilq; �   . . B  AN  K  R  U  P  T. : Nicholp' Wijfan, of Kirkby in Kendall, in the Count; of Weltulofeland, Ironmonger, Chupman and Dealer. -High )?'~ter at London"-lir^i^u ens Day at, 6 Minutci   r, and 2c after 2 in the Afternoan. . after 2 in che Morning, Yeiler^iiy ii:mk o'iOck was 147, ifh-uf. Inda St ck iSr 1 8th. t�*'jJt!.-S'e2 -Stock 110 5 StSs a 3 4t!:s. Ditto C/d Annu-tic's 114 5 Stl.s. D.tto New 112 7 8ths a Tnrce per Cent. Aasiu t ts-_too 1 lialf a 3 4ths. Ditto 1742, 100 1 hitf a 3 4t!.s, Mdl.on li^na. 1 < ii 3 4ths Equivalent ill. '-Royal Aflur.rcr ?z. London A dura nee 41 5 Stf-s ;a 3 4lhs. Mke Adventure Shares, no Pries. Kngifli Copfei 4i- -iOj. Wci'h <.!it;o, no Price. African, no Trice. Sjv n r priming i� iib his ft\oj,�;!�>'$ Rijal Privilege and Licence, let) a>e dtfird t is Work is now pei-'efleJr and diat the E:^J of the Fiftli Book, being thefirft Sl)e.t nf the fifty-thiid Nuiniier," com, ktcs the Velum*. 1'he General Title to rhc ScconJ Volu-.ric, ti g-tl.er with :t cjmplctc Index to-the whole "Work, will b." deiivcr'd with the lufr N'Jin cr. N. B. Ai y Vafan ti/eict re that li..s_ a Mind to fuVcribe to this Work for the iut'jre, m?.v bs<:i:i with No.T. ^r'havs the Firft Volume delrrcr'd all at ence, either b;iuini, or rn:/Isw'd up'in 1'aiteboards ; though its being only put into ha:f-2in'ling tor t'.* pvefent, b? by raucii the bdiMethod, and is tlierf-H.i-- rcconaTK-:idrd , > ;hci'e Ftrfous that have already goa Uie F'uft VJun.e. wh'ch they to d; Coninnfjknsrs of the Admiralty, that all the Petty Ojfietrs and Seamen belonging to his Majrjlys Ship the Fidury, ivho are abfent from their Duty, do repair on board the faid Ship in Partfmouth-Har baur on or before the laft Day of this Month, on Pain not only of being made Run 05 the Ship\s Books, btit of being apprchtr.dcd, and tried at a Court-Martial kt Dejerters. ' Tho. Corrwrr.. Yefterday there-was collected at the Rehe.irfif at St. Paul's 335 1. at which'Time a charit ibly-difpofed Lady \v*s pleafed to give a Bank. Note of iool. A few Days fince the Lord Vifcount Bolingbroke arriv'd here from France, and in a few Days will ftt out for Bath for the Recovery of his Health. ,    Yelterday died at his Houfe in New-Bond-Street, the I'jHon.. Mr. Afbburnham, Uncle to the prefent Earl of Afh-burnhain. On Monday Night died at Canbury-Houfe at Iflington, the Rev. Dr. Crow, one of his Majefty's Chaplains, and Reftor of St. Botolph's without Bifhopfgate. .On Saturday laft Sir John Williams, Knt. and Alderman, was again tapp'd for tne Dropfy, at his Seat at Stoke in Suffolk. On Sunday Dr. Samuda, an eminent Jew Phyfic'an, died at.ilia Houfe in Houndfditch. The Rev. Mr. Murray, Chaplain to the Right Hon. the Earl of Stair, is lately appointed ChaplainGeneral to the Army. _ The Lords of the Admiralty have appointed Mr. Hall to be Mailer Joyner of his Majefty's Yard at Portfmouth. The Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor has prefented.the Rev. Mr. Samuel Groves to the Rectory cf Eaft-Barnet in the County of Hertford. And the Rev. Mr. Richard Jones to the* Rectory of jChurfton, with the Chapel of King's Bridge, in Devonshire. Yefterday John Mackay was committed to Newgate by Col. de Veil, for Heeling from Sir Hugh Dairymple, Bart., fome fine Linnen and wearing Apparel found upon him. Yefterday the ten Malefactors under Sentence pf Death were executed at Tyburn. At the Brandy-Warehonfes on Ludgate-Hill, are now on Sale the beft Jamaica Rum, at 75. 9 d. the beft Conine Brandy, at 8s. and Batavia Arrack, at 15 s. a.Gallpn.. , At the faid Warehonfes are now alfo on Sale confiderable -Quantities of Foreign Frandy ^nd Rum Orange-Shrub, at 8 s. a Gallon, which Shrub, when made mtdPuhch, is equal, if not fuperior to any Punch frefh made. , Whitehall, April 12. The King has been pleas'd to cbnftitute and appoint James Scott, Efq; 
                            

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