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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 25, 1943, London, Middlesex Numb. jZif. MONDA T% A p. k ii 25 ^743 * - 1 - 2&J the HE ftaffotd, Dreadndugfo Sua-derlaftd, and Greyhound Mem of Warmth the oiit^d-b^d; remain. Aniv'dthe Johnfon, the John, Leigh*jtheFraa-. cis, Warren, all from N^-York* the Kataerine, Mac Knight, from Sl Kit's ; the Txyton, Welldpn,; from Bofton ; the Duke of Com-berland, Bilhop, theSavannah,Styles, "Palmer, alTfrom Carolina; and the Mary Galley Wind W. S. W. termmed to leave'his moft dear Confort the Emprcfs at Yeftcrday John E*iccl^r,* a noted Pickpocket, was cora- * Fraxcfbrt9ari& has taken aB projtoMeafures that the Reports iriitced'i^ Clerkenwcll-Brideivcii by John Poatfon, Efij; one c 'and- fixfpatches may be feftt to him as ufiial, to the End cf h'lVl&'jcfty's juitices of the l\ace for rife County of no Interruption may be given either to ,the Aulic Council, or the Chancery of the Empire. Moreover his Imperial Majefty hopesj that as fbon as an Elcdlor of Ment% is chofen, the Deliberations of. the Diet' will begin 'again MiddkfcX, being" charged upon the O.itii of one ot the * Qffic �'St,,jLake*s Parifii.as an idle diibrderly Perfon. � It is axfpcfled.he is one of thofe Perfons who ufed the Of-. ficere ;^'the i'uid i\:-ri!h of St. Luke in the manner as ]ws x been ^Veftifed,' and that he is likely to make a full Dis- covery pf that iufefticus G mg. 1 c Simot, from Leghorn. Since our laft arriv'd a Mail from Holland. F Stockholm, Apri7 12. An Exprefs lately arriv'd fr^m Safety, Honocf, and Profperity of the Empire/ Ratffon, April zz. The Body of French Troops affem-bled in the Upper Palatinate having advanced towards Kambdch, the Auftrians, who extended themfelves as far as the Frontiers of Fronton*** were oblig'd to abandon their Polls and retire behind the Naab* The next Day Marihal Helgth of the Small P" zilerday Morning about Six, a young .Man, in ths v- uox, being delirious, iiole iroai his Nurfe's in Wild-Street, and ran nalztd through Colfon's Court, and fo over Urury-Lme into Angel-Court. As there lac! rnakiu /ho, the-Difpaichn whereof were carried to the fecret *roSlio ^etasched � J^|J* 4� Squ^s towards icily was no laqroughfurc, two or three Men, who purfu'd the poor Creature, eaten*d him; h no Refinance, and fhould nly fiyir. / tuat be carried before the juii.ee. alfo obliged General Feiiititz, who blockaded the f; .retire from thence with ame, to tfr-Pieces; the French: rfi^for fe^x.sf bsmg CommirteT,4 wholra^ of the Nobulwt�t | .?hoilSf ^/"PP^ the Pk� with Provifions, but | back.tp bed again as foft as poi&bic. the Court of Rujfia had explain d itlelf in a more favour^ able Manner, and that there was now room to hope a Peac^ would foon be concluded; but as this AffairE;fequired Stcrccy, no5hing-|6we. itptcTenfbe"'a>ntmnnicate aptTt�a* tnoreoverthe Committee was going to difpatch a he was tuken. an Taey hurried him fogain this Advantage. sttde feyer^| fore'dr Marches We are alfo infbrm'd that Prince Lobkowitz was in full march with thegreatefl P�rt of his MeffCTger i�^7&b^ I ^rmy to obferve the Motions of tte French and prevent terthiy at Abo* T:ie Clergy and Burghers having affembled laft Week; to give their Content to tue Meafures taken by the Nobility, jelating to the Negociation with the Court of Rtiffia, the them from undertaking any thing againft Bohemia. Manbeint) April 19. It appears that the French tiefign to poflefs themfelves of the molt advantageous Poits upon the Neeier, in order to difpute .with the Allies their paf- PeafcnTs declared to them, that if they delayed .any longer fing fat River in cdb they pafs; the Mmn% whilft anptntr tb tenninate the Afiair of the Succeflion, they would quit c?^nrb,!,e Bo^ of TLr00Ps which ? aJefbhPSL t0?ards the Diet and return Home; They were anfwer'd, that it the MqM^ wiH watch them on the. Side of the lower was not their Bufinefs to give Law to the other Orders of the Kingdom \ that if they were refolved to go away, they might allure themfelves tnai before they got home, the Provinces" that deputed them fliould be informed of their Behaviour at the Diet: This refoiiite Anfwer has had a good Effe<3. At th*-�randy-\Varehj$a&5 on Ludgate-Hili, are now eft Sale l4e jbefttJamaica Knm, at 7 s. ^d. tue Meft Conr.x Brahfij'i'at 8s. and Baravia Arrack,- at 15s. a Gallon.' At the fnd Wafehoufes are now alio on Sale confiderable Qjjagf-"' tities of Foreign Brandy and Rum Or.ing^-Shrub," an 8 ^. a Gallon^; .which Shrub, when m.tde into Punch, is e the_ next Morning he continued his ( laden with Bale-Goods, and belonged to the rifcavan Conv Journey towards Pajfau, where he arrived on the 15th, and after a private Conference with Marihal Kevenhuller, continued his Rout for the Upper Palatinate. They write from Schardingen, that the Firft Divifion of the frefhJJody Jof Croations was , arrived there, and that the two others #ere expefted every Day. Theft three Divifions compofe ^aBody 1x^600 Men. Francfort, April 25. The Emperor, before his Depar- pany ; the latter had 600 Cafes of Wine, and 30 Tons ot Quickfdver. Laft Saturday, by the Lilbon Mail, came Advice, that the Diligence, Capt. Long, from London for Oporto, is taken by a Spanifh Privateer, and carried into Bayonne; that the Charming Peggy, Oipt. Ditcham, from Oporto bound to Yarmouth, was alfo taken by the Spaniards ; three Slo'ops laden with Filh, were likewife taken off the tore .for Munich, caufed a Decree to be laid before the Barof Oporto; and fever^l other Britifh Veffels, the Names Diet, the Subftance of which is as follows. The Meafures neceffary to be taken with refpeft to the * Government of the Hereditary Dominions of the Empe- * ror, and the Neceffity of completing his Army, requiring ^his Prefence in Bavaria, Jus Imperial Majefty has * refolved to ^go.thither, as well for the abdve Reafons, as * on Account of Advice which he has receiv'd, that; the 4 Enemies Troops, fupported by Auxiliaries, were enter'd * into the Empire with Defign to.penetrate as far as his * Dominions, though they are fulyeft to no Pretention, His not yet known. On Saturday Morning came Advice, that his Majefty's Ship the Strafford, Capt. Trevor, who put into Virginia in her Paffage from Jamaica for England, in a very leaky Condition, arriv'd fafe in the Downs on Friday from James River in Virginia, to the great Satisfadlion of the Merchants' lncba Stfa�k 187* Ditto Old Annuities 115 1 4th. 114. 'i dree per Cent. r\nntf tics'lof 3 4tfts, Ditto 17+2, 101.3 4ths. Ditto 1743/98 3 4ths a 7 8ths� Milhon Bank 1 r8 3 4ths. Eqaiv.dcnt nr. . Royal Aflu-rance S2. i^ondo/i Ailunnce 11 5 8ths a 3 4ths. Mine Adventure Shares, no Price. Lngiiih Copper 4L 103. Welfh ditto, no Price. Affican, no Price. . Seven pcr:Ce^t� Emperor's Loin 114. "Five per Cent, ditto 76 i Bank Circulation 4I. 15s. Prem. India Bonds 41. 9s. Piemi Three 1 half Sal: TuU es 2. Prem. Three 1 halt per Ccn^. Excheouer Orders 9 1 half. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto z 1 half", Diic. L^ttcry-'j ,.;cts 19s, 6d. a 20s. Prem. ^^^^fc ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ * jfc�'
tay abroad. Baron Stamberghis Lady, and the Countefs of Yarmouth, will fet out Tomorrow for Hanover. On Saturday the Lord Vifcount Peteriham, Col. Stanhope, and feveral Officers of the Forces in Flanders, fet out for Oftend. The Lady of the Lord Noel Somerfet is dangeroufty ill, at her Houfe in Brooke-Street, Grofvenor-Square. We hear that this Week the Scotch Regiment, calPd the, S I R% are Borough cf bouthwark, April 23, 1743 A Vote. r�te*e(l, and (iffitedful) humhly dejird for � - ' . ' '.' LEX A NDER H U M E, To reprefent you in Parliament, in thi room of your JatB worthy Member Thomas In wiL^ fmn, �f P��l V.Urf 7 Integrity, and on all Occafons eonvtnep you,- that Majefty, from the Gardens of his Royal Palace. We hear on Thurfday laft Thomas Bevois, Efq3~was fworn iri one of his Majefty*s Juftice? of the Peace for the County of Surry. Laft Saturday died foddenly, athisHpufe inSalifbury-Court, / am$ G e ntlemen, Your faithful, obedient ServSffiy ALEXANDER Fleet-Street, Mr. Ibbetfon, an e UM1 ent Mereer on Lud ga te-He was an affeftioirate Hilk in Partnership with Mr. Carr. Huftand, an indulgent- Father, and a fincere Friend^ The Bufinefs is carried on by Mr^ Gwrr w&'-jtm of Mr, Ibbet- VlCTUALLlNG-OFflCE, 23 Apr CT*HE 'Cvmmifftonirs for Victualling his Navy give Notice, thdt On Friday next, the tyi^ in the Forenoon, they will be ready td treat fo$\ A to b$ deliver* d into his Mafejl/i Store*>4t D&er^ -
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