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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 28, 1943, London, Middlesex THURS April 28 *743 Deal, April 26 RRtV'D, and faiPd for the River, ! his Majefly's Ship the Bridgwater. Put back, his Mjjefty's Ship the Dreadnought; the Veraori, Mauley, for Barbadoes; and remain, with the Strafford Man remain, of War the America, Noble, for New-England ; the Loving Friendfhip, Lonry, for Lifbon ; and tne Tryton, Welderi, for Orders. two Mail Wind S. by E. and one from. New-England, Yefterday arnVd from Holla \d. Rome, April 13. An Exprefs is arrived here from IfepJfs with an Account of the Death of Cardinal i?ini, fo that at prefent there �re 25 Hats to be difpofed of. Naples, April 9. 1200 Men are employed to complete the Fortifications carrying on about this City ; the Port is took'd upon to be fafe againft any Infult whatever. There are ereftcd five tteries of Mortar-Pieces, and fix of Cannon, beixdes thofc there are five others at proper Diilances upon the Coaft, fo that no Veffel can come near without danger of being funk. Thcfe fcveral Batteries are all of them protected by fmaU Forts, in which there are good Garri-ions. The City of Casta, and other Maritime Places, -re well provided with all Sorts of military Stopes, znd they ure hard at work in eitabiifliing great Magazines in many Places. The Effe&s of the Houfe of Medicis in this Kingdom are juftnow fequeflred by Order of the King. Leghorn, April 12. The Mailers of fome Veffels arrived lately from the Coafl of Provence, report, that the Engjifh Men of W tuy Provifions, the Guard upon Duty mere would notper-_iuit them Entrance without their having firft performed Quarantine : Whereupon the Englifh wcrefo enraged, that ti:ey fired upon the Gu:ird, and endeavoured to lorce their Way, but that the Soldiers being reinforced by the Inhabitants, the Englifh were obliged to retire, and were pursued to the Sea Shore. *Tis faid that in this Sldrmifh tnere were upwards of 150 Men killM on both Sides. Genoa, April 13. from Bafti nowled por receive Baron Neuhoff unlefe he cao be ftrongly fupported, and in a Condition to take the four principal Sea-Ports of the Ifhnd. It appears by the fame Letters, that they have nothing more in view but to obtain fome which if ent. The Concdlions from the Republick fubfca upon Tower of Soracco, fituatcd near Per to Vecchia,. w Soldiers in G:\rrifon there to retire wiiere they think fit, having firft taken their Arms and Cloathing from them. u* Atril 2C. We have receiv'd Advice that the Qu Landjh, _ w His Imperial Majefty will give Orders there for aflembling his Troops, and will then go to Straubwgen. It's affur'd that this Monarch will command in Pcrfen the Army that is to act upon the Frontiers of Auftrid. Franc/art, April 28. The Emperor has difpatched re-quifitorial Letters to the Circle of Franconia, for the Furniture and free Paflage of the neceflary Provisions for the French Army, under the Command of Marfhal Noailles. The Troops that are to compofe it pafs the Rhine, and alienable towards the Necker. The Artillery tranfported f$pm Strejfaurg to Metz confifts of 85 Cannons and Mortars, witli an extraordinary Quantity cf Bullets, Bombs, &c. Hanover, April 26. Letters from Copenhagen affure, that tht Marriage of the Prince Royal of Denmark with the Of Rngland is upon Wo From the Paris A-la-main3 Advice fro May 3 Madrid, m Letters from all Parts confirm that the Blocade of Egri is rais'd, that the French have found means to change the Garrifon, and fupply it with fuch a Quantity of Provifions as will be necel&ry for it's Suppbrc a Twelvemonth to come, as they the French give out. , The Two Brothers, Opt. Orc-wrdj from London for Carolina, was taken by a Spanifh Privuteer, calPd the St. Pedro Biptifta, but ranfojn'd at Sea, and is fince arriv'd ] at Plymouth, and brings Advice of the following Ships being taken by the Spaniards : The Golden Fleece, Opt. \ Buffet, bound from Villa Nova for London ; the N. S. de winch blup is earned into Vigo; the Happy Molly, Uapt. Nayler, laden with Stores for Antigua; tec Mary, Opt. , from Cork for the Streights $ ancf the Partridge, Opt. Biggs, from Maryland for London. The St. Andrew, Willard, from Maryland for Jamaica* was taken by a Spanifh Privateer and cafry'd into Birracoa, and was there condemn'd ; but going from thence with Spanilh Soldiers for the Havaana, was retaken by an Engl ah tvfen of War and carried into Jamaica- The Farmers Adventure of Cowes, Thomas Eiy, Mafter, partly laden with Wine from Madeira, bound for Carolina, is loft on the Caroli Coaft, but all the People ftved. On Tutfday Night the Right* Hon. the Lord Carteret fet out for Holland. Yefterday their Royal HighneflVs the Prince and Princcfs of Wales went to their Seat near Epfom to Dinner. Yefterday their Royal Highnefies the Princefles Amelia, Caroline and Louifa, were at Ranclagh-Houfe. The Rev. Dr. Scawcn Kendrick, Prebendary of St. Peter's Weftminfter, is cleiled Sub-Dean of the faid Cliurch, in the room of Dr. .Barnard, promoted to the Deanry oi^ RochefteK Laft Monday Sir Daniel O Carrel had the Honour to kifs his Majefty's Hand upon being made Lieutenant-General. Gn Saturday Night laft died Mr. Ifaac Cookfon, Merchant, in Nevvcaitle upon Tyne. A Gentleman univerfally lamented and refpedled by all who had the Pleafure ol knowing him. He was one of the beft of Hufbands and kindeft'of Fathers, a chearful Companion, and a fincere Friend ; and by an indefatigable Application to Bufmefs in various Shapes, acquir'd, with the greateft Reputation, a confiderable Fortune. On Saturday died at Bath Mr. Botefeur, an eminent Hamburgh Merchant in Mincing-Lane. Yefterday died at his Houfe near Cherry-Garden-Stair, Capt. Gollop, many Yeurs Commander of a Ship in the Weft India Trade. On Tucfdny Mr. Marvin, a Chymift on Clerkenwell-Green, was rnurried to Mils Watfon, of Lcwiiham. Yefterday the Right Honourable rhe Lord Mayor, Sec. with the proper Officers, held a Court of Conkrv.icy at Putney and Fulham. Mr. Scholtz is appointed Table-Decker to the Lords of the Bed Chamber to his Majefty, in the room of Mr. John Dickfon, deceased. Next Week will be delivered at the Bank the real Lottery Tickets j and we hear that the Adventurers may have low or high Numbers as they chufe. The Receipts will alfo be deliver'd to the Subfcribers to the Three per Cent-Annuities 1743,-which now fell at Market for 99, and is two per Cent, cheaper than the Ttiree per Cents 1742, allowing for the Intereft of three Months. We hear that Mr. John Pinchbeck, Toyman and Watchmaker, has taken a Shop in Cheapfide, four Dours beyond Wood-Street, facing Friday-Street^ which will be openM ,on Saturday next the 30th inftant. irv dp.firino to have his Coat of Arms The Perfon of Quality dehnng to have his Coat oi An drawn by the Norwich Artift, (who never had the Ufe of either Hands or Feet) is the Occafion of his Stay at .the Manfion Houfe and French Horn, near the Royal Exchange. vice irom maana, �c 1 rime minmer is ucau ; he ^ h Nobil; ^ Q fmm 'lis reported here, that Count Saxe has been fent to the ay quai.pet The Ekfiion To the worthy L ector> far fo great a g
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