Tuesday, May 7, 1743

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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 7, 1943, London, Middlesex r Numb. 3^ SATURDAY, May.?, 1743. DeaU May 5. AM � in and fail'd, the Johnfon, for Maryland. Remain, his Majetty's Ship the. Augofta > with the Ship for Hamburgh, and ,rt. Wind N. E. the Lyon Tranfp Mail Holland. Peterjburg, Preparations a have confented to the March of 2000a Men. The King of Great Britain has acquainted the States General with the Reafons which determined ..him to caufe the English Troops to advance into the Empire, and with the Resolution his Britannick ftfejefty has taken, to ufe his utmoft EiForts to fupport drtPrincefs in the raoft effectual Manner. Chamberry, April 26. The Marquis de la jinfenida, Secretary of State to Don Philip, is this Day fet out for Madrid, to fupply the PJace of the late Don Jofeph Campillo in all his Employments. paign early, in Cafe the Congrefs at Abo ihould not L O N D O N. have the defir'd Succefs, and the Troops will foon go on We hear his Majefty intends to ftay board the Galleys deftined Stockholm, April 28. The Order of the Burghers, and that of the Peaiants, fent laft Tuefday a Deputation to the Nobleffe, to propofe to leave the Choice of a General to command the Army to the King, and likewife to recommend the regulating of the Affair of the SuccefSon as.foon as poffible. There was great Debates upon the ^ftrHr Ar tickj i it's thought however that the Senator Rofe will be appointed' f to command under the King. Count Teflin, Senator and Vice-Prefident of the Chancery, and lately Ambaflador to, the French Court, on the 3:5th prefented a Memorial to the Body of the NoblefTe, praying to be permitted to retire ftom'Bufmefs, expreffing his Defire to end his Days as a private Gentleman in fome Province of the Kingdom. This Count had a few Days before prefented a Memorial of the like Nature to the Committee of Secrecy, wherein he ftrongly recommended the Duke de Deux Ponts.for Succeffor to the Crown, adding, that lie did it with no View of Intereft, being altogether inclined to^quit his Employments. It's not yet known whether his Requeft to leave Bufiners will be complied wit&. Vienna, April 27. Orders have been fent into Hungary and the Lower Aufiria to buy up a large Quantity of Pro-vifions, in order to be fent to the Army mBavaria, where there is great Scarcity. Ratijbon, May 6. The French are affembling in great Numbers upon the Ifer, and the Imperialiib are marching Cowards the Inn. The Auftrians are likewife gathering together upon the Vih; fo that' in all Appearance* the Campaign will open in a few Days. Manhcim, May 7. Marflial de Noailles arrived here Yefterday incognito. His Excellency went direftly to Court, and had the Honour of dining with his Ele&oral Highnefs, and after Dinner he returned to Spire. Frantfort, May g. The allied Troops which are cantoned in our Neighbourhood, are to encamp next Week. Quarters are preparing at Friedbcrg for the King of Great Jkitai** who ^5 �q?e3ed towards- the Sad of tki*Mo�th to review the Troops. His Majefty will be accompanied by the Duke of Cumberland, who will have his Quarters near Hanau. We hear the French have taken Poifeffion of Worms and Spire, and that their Troops extend as far as Darmjladt; .They have 8000 Men in Heidelberg, s. id they are fortifying the Town of Ladenbourg. We have juft received Advice that the' Englifh Artilley will to Day be within fix Leagues of this pi ace. The Jews of this City have engaged to fupply the allied Army with Provi- fions during the Time of its Continuance in thefe Parts : It's thought they will be obliged to bring Part from Holland > the French having already bought up great Quantities of Corn and Forage in this Neighbourhood. This City is full of Englifli Officers and Soldiers, who are permitted to wear their Swords hear. We hear that the king of Pruffia has caufed a Proteft to be made againft the In- veftiture of the Dutchy of Saxe Lauenbourg, demanded by the King of Great Britain, as Ele&or of Brunfwick Litne-iourg. The Earl* of Stair has difpatched a Courier to give the King his Mailer Advice, that part of the French Troops which paffed the Rhine at Spin, have taken Pcf- mftant By an Account from Ireland, dated the 19th of April, we hear, that the Trnnfports, with two Battalions of Foot, which were failing from that Kingdom for Flanders, were oblig'd to put into Waterford for fear of fome Privateers who were on the Coaft. The J&xah, Capt. Idle, from Liverpool for London, that was taken fome time ago by the Spaniards, and carried into Helvoetfluys, is ranfom'd for-15001. Their Royal HighnefTes the Prince and Princcfs of Wales will remove this Day from Carlton-Houfe to Epfom, for the Summer. His Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales has ordered Care to be taken of the Painter's Family, who fell from the Scaffolding at Clief len-Houfe the beginniug of this Week, and was kilPd. Yefterday the Hardwick, Capt. Hallotc, was ftation'd for Bombay and China. The fame Day the Court of Direftors appointed McflL Hyde, Hadly, and Pcnnell, to be Supercargoes of the faid Ship. Yefterday the Right Hon. the fcord Mayor, attended by feveral Alderman, held a Court of Confervaey at Greenwich. On Monday died at Kew, Mrs. Jane Apleby, Wife of Chriftopher Apleby, Efq; (he was Reiift of John Pratt, Efq; of Stratford near How. And Laft Week died at hisHoufe at Brentford, her Son Efq; an eminent C "nterr*d next Week i Week died at near Lincoln's Inn Fields, his Lodgings in Portugal-Street, Green, Efq; a Gentleman of a large Eftate near Foxly in Hertfordfhire. We hear that feveral of the Nobility and sentry j>ave been to fee*the Artificial Gardens at Chejfea, and that a certain that h an Im in the Country. On Thurfday Night laft one of tire moil Trotorions and defperate Pickpockets attending the Playhoafes, (William Brown) picking the Pocket of a Gentleman in Covent-Garden Playhoufe-Paflage, was detcfted in the Faft by another Gentleman, who immediately feiz'd him, and with the Afliftapce of feveral Pcrfons, and the Guard that wis at the Playhoufe, brought him before Col. De Veil about Ten o'Clock, where he was feveral Hours. Upon his being feiz'U, his Companions, in a confiderable Body, threw RrirL'hnfs and Stones in fo furious a Manner, ttiat the Pri- foner," whom they wanted to refcue receivM a very large Wound in his Forehead ; and theMafter of the oliakefpear- had his w meows Tavern, adjoiutng to the Playhoufe, ] After he was fafely brought to Col. Dc Veil's Houfe, the Pickpockets got in a great Body under the Arch of Earl's Court, in Bow-Street, from whence they fent to all their Dens for more of their Brethren, till they made a formidable Body of about eighty : Intelligence of which was brought to Col. De Veil by feveral Conflables; and that they had large Quantities of Stones and Brickbats, and many of them ____^_ .....___^____________ ^ m Cutlaffes and Bludgeons, and were to a Man refolv'd to feifion of the Camp of Heilbron, and to demand frelh In- I refcue the Prifoner, one of their chief Operators. Upon llruftions thereupon. _ . Worms, May%. They write from Heilbron that a Fire had broke out there, which burnt with great Violence at the coming away of the Poft. Drejden, May 5. Advice has been received from Prague, that the Queen of Hungary arrived on the 29th of laft Month with the Great Duke at Branded, was the aext Day to make her Publick Entry into Prague ; that the States of Bohemia were to pay her Homage on the nth, her Coronation was to be on the 12th, her Birth-Day was to be kept on the 13 th, and on the 14th ihe was to return to Brandeis, and from thence to Vienna. J came very feafonably to his Affilbnce, aikl about Three o'Clock in the Morning the Prifoner was by them, and feveral Conftables, with about a dozen Pcrfons carrying Links, convey'd fafely to Newgate, to take his Trial at the next enfuing Seffions at the Old Baily. When the Prifoner was'fearch'd, his Pockets were found full of broken Glafs Bottles. To Sermons will be preach'd at the for the Parifh Church of St. Giles witheut Cripplegate, Benefit of a hundred poor Boys of ithe faid Parifh ; that in the Rev. Dr. Thomas, Dean of Peter- The Marquis de St. ixpreffes the Morning by and that in borough ; Hawkins, of St. Mary Hill. the Afternoon by the Rev, Mr. Sermon Hague, May 13, great Surprize to fee publiihed in fome foreign Gazettes, that the Spaftifh Envoy to the 'Hehetick Body was every Day prefentine Memorials without any Succefs, or even J Leonard Shoreditch, getting an Anlwer to them, unlefs he would take for fuch I Children belonging to the faid Parilh; th#t in the Morn-the great Preparations which the Switzers were making to ' 1 1 " T>'^" "L �* w~ of the Spaniards. He fays all that is poor J in various Places ihGioucefter, Gfoocefterfliirt^ and tfiif> teearTowns ih &mth Wales, twice,*three, -and fometimes four time? a Day. The Congregations, were ve*7 large, fojaettmes coniifting -of 10 or izqoo People. He was enabled to. preach v*th great Power, and met- with, res mtfkable Succefs. He intends flaying in TownV-.Jtid preaching- in the.Tabernacle daily, rill after the Hofiday^ except ~on Sundays,, when -he purpofes, God willing, ^ preach in the Fields. Tomorrow he is- to preach in the Tabernacle in the Morning, and in Moorfields at Five in the Afternoon. At the New Wells the gottom of Lemon-Street* Goodman's Fields, this prefent Evening will be pejfarin'd the ufual Diverfions ; to which will be added:- feveral nt%V Exerdfes, by a Company of Hungarian^ Schvonians, Paadours, and Croats, juft afriv'd from their Travels. Ruckholt-Houfe, at-Low-Layt�n> in EiFex. will be open*d on Monday next, the 9th inftant^ with - a Grand Concert of Mufick,: To begin at Nine o'Clo'cTt Jh the Morning, and continue till ,Two ; and in tire Afternoon 3t Four, and to continue the ufual Tint*. , Tickets to be delivered at the Door, and at Wetunan*s Punch-Houfe, for the Breakfafting only, at 1 s. 6 d: each; and for the Evening Entertainment, each Perfon Admittance, after Two o'Clock, to pay 6 d. There ar&. Conveniences. p> entertain the largeft incorporated Company, as well as any other Company who are fo kind as to order theh"Entertainments there; and proper Cooks are provided every Day in the Week, During Breakfaft-Time; no Perfon XO fmoak in the Hall. Warehoufes Sale the beft Jamaica Rum, at 7s. 9d. the beft Conine Brandy, at Ss. and'Batavia Arrack, at 15 s. a Gallon; At the faid Warehoufes are now alfo on Sale confiderable C^Jgan* tities of Foreign B/andy and Rum Orange-Shfrubi ar: a Gallon ; which Shrub, when m^de into Punch, is fc^jial^ if not fuperior,' to any Punch frelh made. Plymouth, May 3. Juft came in his MajeftyVShip the Deal-Caille, with the Tranfports from Irfeland, wliich are carrying Troops from thence for Flanders. will b Ar This Evening performed, High Water at London-Bridge this Day Lt iz MmuttSf' after 9 in the Morning, and 43 after 9 at Night. Yefterday B.uik cstock was 146 a 1 ^rh. India Stock 186 i half. South-Sea Stock wi 1 half.- Ditto Old Annuities 113 3 Sths a 1 4th. Ditto New 114 1 8th a r 14. Three, per Lent. Annuities 101 j 4ths. Ditto 1742, 101 3 4ths. Ditto 1743, 99 3 Sths. Million Bank 117. Equivalent 111. Ro/ffl Aifurance 82. London Affbrance n 1 half. Mine Price. ics. Adventure Shares, no Price. Englifh Copper 4I. Weilh ditto, no Price. Affican, no Price. Seven per Cent Emperor's Lorn 114 1 4th. Five per Cent, ditto 76 3 8ths. Bank Circulation 5I. Prcm. India Bonds 4I. 13s. Prcm. Three 1 hall Salt Tallies 2, Prem. Three 1 ha.f per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prem, Three per Cent, ditto 2 1 4th, Difc. Lottery-Tickets il. 6s. Prem. Admiralty-Office, May 4. 1743. EVER A L of Seomen he Ohgi to bis Majcflys Ship the Plymouth being come up to Town from Plymouth, without receiving the Wages ordered to be paid them at that Place, this is to give Notice, that Orders are gin/en to pay them a Years Wages at the Pay~Offi.ee in Bread-Street. And it is t�eir Lordjhips Direclion, that the /aid Seamen, nvben their Leave of Abjence is expird, do repair St board the Jerfey or Superb at Plyrnouth, where they will be paid the Remainder of their Wages, and two Months Wages do fo eft Tho. Corbetr. letting Br Lands do hereby give Notice, tbett ........... .w federal Leaf a y for twenty-one Years, the following Lets, 1. A Meffuage or Tenement, on the Weft Side of the North End\of London-Bridge, in the Occupation of Mr. Child. 2. A Meffuage r nAnr>*>- Archdeacon at Four d Clock in the Afternoon, tb receive Propofaisfontk* Mary Anne, Daughte Leopold, died at Vienna> in the fifty Zealand .......- _____________- ' Archdeacon ofRochefter/and Chaplain in Ordinary to H% Mhjefty ^ and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. iCing, Le&urer of St. George in Botolph-iane. On Tuefday Evening laft the Rev, Mr. Whitefield to. Town, after about feven Weeks AW"' ' ~" 1 ]ps been a C^cuit of-about 70a A rame\ ^ which more particular. Information, and pirated; Particulars, may he had at the Comptroller s Office ^in the Brtdire-Tard. Sout&tvark, :vn which faid printed Particular* in whkfa ipofi fons Adding* fc } PICKERING, Com}tmikr

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