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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 19, 1943, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 3 8c a. T U ESP A Y,  A p a' i t if, 1743. Z^/, ^2>rtf 17. HE^fe is no Ship in the Sottas. Wind N. E. Yefterday arrHr'd a Mail from Ho l l ANi), and"One from France. Naples, Jlpril 1. Upon Advice which the Court haa received, that the Spanifh Army was marching to return into the Romagna, Orders were difpatch'd to all the regular Troops in the Kingdom to march towards the Eccle-.fiaftick State, and remain there till the King Countermands thofe Orders. Hi? Majefty has acquainted the King of Poland with every thing relating to his CatholickJMajcfty's recalling the Spanifh Troops, as* well as what has paileawith the Court of Great Bi itain, in refpeft to the Neutrality of this Kingdom, to the find;that his PolifhMajeity,; after being perfectly inftru&ed fit every Particulate's Afiaiij inignc the more luccefsfully employ his good Offices therein. Florence, April 6. General Breitwitz, upon the earneft SolUcitations of the Baron de Neuhoff, having wrote to the Great Duke W acquaint him with the Proportions which the Baron had made, his Royal Highnefs fent the following Anfwer to M. Breitwitz: � That how fingiilarand im- * practicable foever the Propofitions of the Baron de Neu- * hoff were, he took his Zeal and kind Intention in "good * part; that he might even allure him of this, in cafe he ' was within the Reach of being fpoke or Cent toJ but that 1 as to his Projects, and the Succour .which he had demand- * ed, it neither was convenient for the Regency nbr the 'Generality to concern themfelves. therein in any Sort.' The Baron is ftill with his Nephew in a'Country Houfe fix Miles from hence. Nothing; is more certain, than that if the Corficans are difcontented with him, he is not lefs fo with them on the Score of their Ingratitude, who, after having availed themfelves of the Arms and Ammunition which he fent them on board Ships freighted by Merchants of hi3 Acquaintance, had fruftrated thefe .Merchants of the Returns which they expected in Commodities of the Pro> ducebf thelfland. Genoa, April 6. The Republick has received Advice, that the King of Great Britain has fent exprefs Orders to Admiral Mathews, not to give any Affiftance either to the Baron de Neuhoff, or to the Rebels of Cqrfica, and not to permit any of the Ships of his Squadron, either to carry, them Ammunitions, or. any other Thing whatfoever ; but oriv the contrary, to put under Arreft, and to fufperid the Captains who fliall difobey thefe Orders. We are alfo informed -by Letters #ont^?�r, tiut bk?-Pcople ftf the Ifiand haVc lately had a jgeneral Affembly, at which it was agreed to propofe to |Jie Republick certain Conditions, upon its granting whereof they fhould be content to live under its Dominion. So that the Royalty of the Baron de Neahoff is now abfojutely out of tie Queftion. They have'provi-fionaUy chofen for their Chiefs, Capt. Grandonio de Ta-vagna, for what relates to Military Affairs, and Dr. Juliano, a Lawyer, to have the Direclfoh of Civil Matters. Milan, April 10. Count Traun has demanded an Aid ef this City of 20000 Horins for the Service of the Auftrian Army. An extraordinary Contribution is likewife fettled by that General in this Dutchy, under the Name of ^uiet* vvvere.  Bologna* April 9. The head Quarters of the Spaniih Army is at Rimini, and the Troops are divided in the neighbouring Places, where they are fortifying themfelves, and making a Line to {belter them from any Surprize from the Auftrian Huffars: 'Tis {aid they will remain in this Pofture till the Court of Naples determine* upon the March of its Troops. Peterjburg, April 2. One hundred and twenty-nine Galleys are defign'd to make a Defcentinto Sweden. Count lafci, who is to embark in them, will have under hi* Command the Generate Lewachew and Keith. Vienna, April 13. The Queen has received a Brief from the Pope, wherein his Hofinefs makes Reprefentations to her Majefty relating to the March of the Auftrian Troops* into the Ferrarois and Boulonois, and to defire her to give Orders that they may be withdrawn from thence, m Cohfideration of the Impcfflibility of thofe Countries, which are already exhaufted by the" long Stay of the Spanish Troops therein, being able to furnifh them with Sub-fiftance. An Order has fince been difpatched to Count Traon upon this Subject. They write from Straubingen, that Count Kevenhuller has given Orders to treat the Peafants of Bavaria with the utmoft Rigour, by way of Reprifal for their having in a Body fallen upon the Quarters of the Regimenf of Bareitb, and cut to Pieces 60 Soldiers, who were difperfed in different Houfes. Francfort, April 22. We have received Advice, that the fira Divifiohofthe Freach Troops aflembled in Alface, had paffed the Rhine at Spires, and was marching to Heil-tron, where Marfltal Noailles is to affemble his Army. They write from Caffel, that Prince William qf Heffe was fallen dangeroufly ill there. , Ratijbon, April 19. The Auftrian Minifier here iias. receiv'd Advice, that a Detachment of the Bodyof Troop* which Count Kerenhuller has caufed to advance towards rt?7'* �*fHneito*h$-left, on the 8th inftant feire'd roe Poft of Qriefpachj in which were a hundred and thirty *rench and two hundred Bavarians, whom they made moaers of War, We hate teeew'd Advice, that Coait Maurice of* Saxony was arriv'd from Drefden at Amberg, and that MarfKal Brpglio was immediately. to; fet out from thence. 'Tis faid, that the Plan of Operations on the part of the French is alterM; and that inftead of marching towards Egra, the Army will afjbmble-upon the Frontiers ofFranconia, in order to be ready in cafe of need to join that of Marfhal Noailles, and defeat the Projects of the auxiliary Army which comes from the Auftrian Nether-lands. Francfbrt, April 4.x.. The Auftrian Troops on-this Side the Rhine afe reinfore'd every Day; thofe of England have almoft all pafs'd that River, and they only wait tiie Ar/ival of the Earl of Stair and the Duke d'Aremberg to form the Army, which it's affurM will encamp next Week between this Place and Mentis. Bonn, April zi. Yefte^Jay the Earl of Stair arriv'd here, and hadja private Audience of the Elector, with whom he dined. That General fets out this Day for Netncied. 'iEjrir, April 19. The Jonvney of Cowat Piofafque to Verfailies, relates to the abfolute Command which the Emperor will have the next Campain over all the French Troops in the Empire : He has already had a Conference upon that Occafion with M. d'Argenfon. Marfhal Noailles having taken Leave of the King, and receiv'd his- final Inftructions, fet out on the 17th, to take uppn him the Command of the Army in Alface. The King has declar'd, that he will meet the future D.mphine, when (lie mail come into France, on the other Side of the Loire. The Court has receiv'd Advice, thpt the King's Ships which block'd up the Ports of Titnis, were returned into that of Toulon ; and that the Commodore of thefe Ships had concluded a Treaty of Peace with the Bey of Turn's. Hague, April 25. Ah Exprefs as arriv'd from the States Minilter^t Brujftls; and it has fince been reported, that the Heffian Troops which are in Gaxrifon ut Mans, Ath, and Charleroi, had receiv?d Orders to march into Gsrmany. Letters from Lijbon advife, that the Inqiriiition having difcover'd fome Free-Mafshs there, had taken up about \ eighteen of them, who had been examin'd concerning their Myfteries; which upon their refilling to feveal, were told, that they fhould remain in tiie Prisons of that Tribunal till they had done whntWas required of them. From the Paris A-la-main.   We have receiv'd Advice, that Ma'rfhal Broglio has fent a ilrong Detachment, under [ the Command rf the Marquis de Ravoyc,. to throw themselves into Egra% L     O     N     DO     N. We hear that'Sir Charles Wager will command; a Squa-droVi td convoy his Majefty to Holland. '^e Resrdia*^deal^g the St.Peter ��djo(eph Prize, lately taken by the Squirrel Man of War, a Calk of Dollars was found conceal'd, as likewife all the Ship's Papers, by which they have difcover'd where feveral Cafkets of Jewels were conceal'd in the BaSjift. The Right Hon. the LordVifcount Peterfham has got as a Miftake of tie Printer jf the erect Bw, that cue .tfuket -would admit two Perfins. Thi' lamps will be lighted1 frtm Buckingham-Honfe and Hyde-Park-Gdfftr> iiaftii Patrole ott^bbth'Rdris-'all'Nrght._� . HE RE AS on Wednefday laib fell over beard out el the Amity, offTower Wharf, and was drown'd, a LaJ rfj�t
                            

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