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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 10, 1943, London, Middlesex * f Numb; 3841. T U E S D A Y, May 10, 1743 2W. A� 8. main ^ME down and faiPd, the London Merchant, Hill, for Dublin. Re- the Augufta Man of War; the Trytonj Weldon, for Hamburgh; the Lyon," Lyon, for Liverpool i and the Lyon Tranfport. Wind N. E. MaU Holland. The Baron de Nolcken Stockholm, May 4. The ill inftant from Abo, and went immediately to make Kc-ort of the State of the Negociations of that Congrefs to is Majefty; fince which it has bee*, reported, that the Court.of RuJ/ia> in order to eftabliih a folid Peace with this Kingdom, confents to reftore the Dutchy of Finland, as f^r as the River Kymen, which, together with the Diilricl of Saw/ax, is to be the Limits of the two States; and that the Ruffian Plenipotentiary intimated, that theEmprcft w;.s not averfe to the granting other Advantages to 'Sweden. The Baron de^okken, after having been in Conference upon this Subjea with Count Gyllenbourg, and the principal Members- of this Seem Committee, returned again to Abo, with full Powers to fign the Preliminary "Articles, provided the Ruffian Minifters will confent to two Cfaufes, which he is charged to demand may be in&rted in the Treaty of Peace. Advice has been received, that General Freudenfeld has feized upon a Territory called Kieim, from whence the Ruffians retired upon his Approach. Mr. Rumpf, who has refided many Years in this Court as Envoy from the States Genera), died on the lit inilant, very much advanced in Years. Vknna, May 1. The Sums ariling from the Produce of Seizures made of the Eftates of Perfons who have niani-feilly failed in their Duty and Fidelity to the Queen at Prague, amount to near three Millions ox Flb/ins. Advices from Hungary bring, that the Bofuians have taken Poifefiion of an Iflahd comprehended in the Territory re-ferved to the Houfe of Aujlria by the Treaty of Belgrade. The Bafliaw of that City, upon Complaints being made to him, diipatched a Courier to Conftantinople, where the Queen's Refident has alfo made Reprefentations upon this Suiyeft. He was anfwer'd, that the Grand Seignior agreed that this Ifland belonged .to the Queen, and that the Bofnians had no Right to take Poffeflion" of it; but that his Highnefs could not ufe Force to drive them out, becaufe they were a.mutinous People, and very difficult to govern; that * the Queen might however take fuch Mea- v delivered to them- We. promife. ourfclves from >he -* Juftice'which all the World admires in yout Excellence, * that you are too equitable to demand any thing of us, * which may force us to break that exaft Neutrality which * we will otherwife always obferve; or, that you will * any ways injure our City or its Subje&s. We befeech * your Excellence to take iri good Part, our moft humble * Offers of Service, and the Aifurances of the fenfible Plea- * fure we (halt always have in concurring in every thing 4 which fhall be agreeable to your Excellence. We refer * ourfelves for the reft, to what the Deputies of the Ma-c giftracy which we have fent to Mr." Bland wilroiofe * amply tell him ; and we have the Honour to be, &c.' The Fire which happen'd at Heilbron on the 7th, con- 'd fixty Houfes. Hamburgh, May io. They write from Copenhagen, that the Difpatches of a Courier, arrived there from London, Tickets ddiver'd them at the prefcnt Price fo foon as they are jdelivcr'd by the Bank, The poor Prifoners of his Majesty's Prifon of the Fleet, beg Leave toreturn their unfeigned Thanks to theirkind and Unknown Benefaftor for two Guineas fent fhem Yefterday, which was a tfery great Relief to a great Nuoiber of poot dift&fs'd Prifoners, who are in want of ail Neceffitfies of Life, V Poultry-Compter, May 9. We the poor Prifoners of the Common Side beg Leave to return our humble and hearty Thanks to our unknown Benefadior, for Two Guineas put into our Begging-Box, which were a fesfonable Relief, many of us being lick, and by our long Confinement forgot by ail Friends. Was it not for fuch Ch.urity as this, and the Help of our Lord Mayer, notwithftanding the ASt which is pafsM, fome would not furvive to fee it. Oar Lord M^yor hath been fo' charitable as t? fend us in fince mtnat had given great Pleafore to the Court; and thatit was j the 23d of March, eiglit Stone of Beef, clfe many a poor Debtor might have been ftarv'd, our Prifon being very full. Was the AO. in Force to clear Debtors Tomorrow, thirty in this Prifon would be left behind. The Money was equally divided by Richard Noblr, 'Conftable. Briflol, May 7. On Thuriliay bft two Men were committed to Newgate, one being ch.irg'd on Oath with perpetrating the Adt of Sodomy on the Body of one Edward with the Princefs Louifa of England was concluded. Hague, May 16. The Duke of Cumberland takes Pains | to fee every Thing that is remarkable here and in the Neighbourhood. This Prince dined Yefterday at Mr. Trevor's, where he was fplendidly entertain'd, and at Night there was a brilliant AflembJy. Milan, May i. There is already arrived from Germany more than 5000 Horfes, for the Auflrian Troops in thetJTerrarois and Modenois. L O N O N. Yeilerday an Account came, that the Friendship, Capt. Chambers, from London for Maryland, 'the Neptune, Capt. Tivitoe, - and the St. Cecilia, Capt. Stewart, both recover the Places of his Hiehnefe leaft from Lifbon for London, the Three Brothers, Capt. Mox-ham, from Oporto for London, the Charming Molly, Capt. New, from Briftol for Nevis, the Betty, Capt. Bibby, from Lifbon for Cape de Verds, and the Pnnce oi Orange, Capt. Franklin, from Portfmouth for Lifbon, are all taken by the Spaniards, and carried into St. Sebaiiian*'*^ and the ^ Capt. Rhode, from Topiham for Madeira, is taken, and carried into Bilboa. All the above-mentionM Ships were taken by the Ca/Tadore, Grand St. Michael, and another Spanifh Privateer. Yefterday the Lord Mayor held a Wardmote for the Ele&ion of an Alderman of Cripplegate Ward, in the room of Sir John Williams, deceased, when Joan Latchford* Efq; an eminent Refiner in Silver-Street, was choi'e without Oppofition. We hear that Lord Semple's Regiment of Highlanders, which are quartered at Highgate, and Places adjacent, will foon be reviewed cn Finchley-Common by General Wade, arid embark immediately after for Flanders, on board of that the Bavarian Troops have \m poffeffed of in the Archbifhoprick'of Snlt&boufg, uponAdvice that fome .Auftrian Regiments were marching to diflodge them, and that there has been fome Skirihilhes on this Oceafion. , - Munich, May 6. Count Ferrari," a Lieutenant-Colonel &f Imperial Huffars, has advis'd the Emperor, that on the 3d inftant in the Night he had attacked, with ^oHuflars, a Detachment of the Enemy's Hdrfe, which he had beaten, had Jutted near 60 upon the Spot, and taken a Lieutenant and 30 Soldiers Prifoners, befides about 50 Horfes, Rafljhon, May 9. The Auftrian Minifters have received Letters from Vienna, advifing that 12 or 13000 Recruits were arrived on the Frontiers of Hungary, which were marching to reinforce the Army in Bavaria. Prince It's reported I Xranfports already taken up for that Purpofe. Wa r - Jaund Mr Qu they will remain till the Return of the Troops fent to fe-cure the Queen's Coronation at Prague, and the Arrival of the Reinforcement from Hungary. Count Seckendorff has-fince his. Return from Munich order'd the Imperial Troops to march. towards Braunau, and will immediately begin the Operations of the.Campain. Marfhal Broglio has likewife ordered the French Troops to march. Count Maurice of Saxe will command a Corps de Referve, to afi againft Prince Lobkowitz. Spire, May iz. The Marfhal de Nbailles lias diftri-buted his Army in fuch manner, as to be able to affemble it in 5 or 6 Days. Advice has been received here, that the Englifh are laying a Bridge upon the Main, in order to march towards Berg Strafs.- As foon as Marfhal Noailles is inform'd that'this is their real Defign, he, it's faid, Avill march the fame Way with his Army. Francfort, May 12. The Regency of the County of NaJJau has fent a Memorial to the Diet, containing Co plaints of fome Exa&ions of the Englifh Troops in that Territory; upon Reprefentation made to the Earl of Stair on that Oceafion, he promised to indemnify thofe who had been injur'd, and to give Orders for preventing the like Complaints for the future. The Body of the Ma-giftracy of this City wrote the 29th of faft Month the Mlowing Letter to the Earl of Stair, in Aitfwer to that tfhich his Excellence fent the 26th of the lame. * My Lord, ' We return our moll humble Thanks to your Excellence * for the pofitive Affurances which you give us, that we * have nothing to fear from the Army under your Com- * mand, neither in Refpeft to the Liberty of our City, 1 nor in Regard to our Territory; and that the Soldiery '.fhall pay ready Money fcr every thing that fhall be London, Dean of the Chapel Royal, one of the Gentlemen of the faid Chapel, in the room of Mr. Bel), deceas'd. This Week was interred at Wotton under Edge, in the County of Gloucefter, the Rev. Mr. Samuel Bennet, Maiter of the Free-School; a worthy and learned Clergyman. On Saturday laft Mary Johnfon and Mary Hollis were committed to Clerkenweli Bridewell by Col. D.e Veil, for Shoplifting, ftealing a Piece of Linnen out of the Suop of Mr. Con ran. And Yefterday Mary Morris and Anne Bonnet were committed to the fame Place by the fame Gentleman, for ftealing two Pieces of Pork from Mr. Meddows, a Pork butcher, in Ciare^Market. Yefterday Mr. Cox open'd his Breakfaft-Room at the Green Man at Dulwich with a Concert of Mufick, and was honoured with a very numerous and fplcndid Company of Ladies and Gentlemen, on the Oceafion. Laft Night Cuper's Gardens were open'd for the firft Time this Seafon ; the Mufical Entertainment gave the higheft Satisfaftion, and the Fireworks were the Admiration of all Perfons; it was computed there were upwards of four thoufand People. The. Incorporated Society for promoting Engli/h Pro-teftant Schools in Ireland, have received a Report from the Local Committee of Templeftown, at Roundwood-Charter-School, dated the a8th of March laft, acquainting them, that.fince the 25th of December laft, the Boys have* planted feveral hundred of Trees, arid alfo ftubbM and clear'd upwards of an Acre of Land, which was covered over with Furz; and that the Girls have fpun about eighty Dozen of four-iank Yam, fufficient to make forty-five Yards of yard-wide Linneri. At the New Wells the Bottom of Lemon-Street, Goodman's Fields, this prefent Evening will be perfprm'd the ufual Diverfions ; to which will be added, feveral new Exercifes, Company Sclavonians, Pandours, and Croats, juft arrived from their Travels; 'and Dancing by Mr. Carney and Mifs 'Story, being the firft Time of her appearing on that Stage. 1 We hear that this Day Mr. Wilfon, bf the Oldeft Lottery-Office at Charing-Crofs, next Door but one to the Mews front Gate,, and direftly behind the King on Horfe-back, opens his Office, where conftant Attendance will be given, and all Bufinefs relating to the prefent.State-Lottery tranfaQedas ufizal in former Lotteries, with the utmoft Care and Exaftnefs ; and thofe Gentlemen .and Ladies who are inclined ta become Adventurer*, may there comra& to have Bright, (whofe Life they threatened in cafe he made any Refiftance) and the other with felonioufly aiding and abetting him to perpetrate the fame, Edinburgh, May 3. Laft Night died Mrs. Dalrymple, Wife of Capt. John Dalrymple^ of the Earl of Stairs's Dragoons, and Sifte^ to Sir John Whitefoord, of White-foord, Baronet; one oK^he beft of Women, and on that Account defervedly and jHkly regretted. This Evening will be perform'd, At the Theatre Royal in Drury-L&ne, The Beggars Opera, with the Lying Valet. High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 15 Minutes after 12 atTtfoon. Yefterday Bank Stock was' 146 5 8ths a 147. India Stock 186 1 half. South-Sea Stock 112 1 half. Ditto Old Annuities x 13 3 8ths a 1 half. Ditto New 1141 8th a 1 4th. Three per Cent. Annuities ioi 3 4ths. Ditto 1742, 101 3 4ths. Ditto 1743, 99 1 4th a 3 8ths. Million Ihr.k x 17. Equivalent in. Royai Ailim-nce 82. . London AfTurance 11 1 half. Mine Adventure Shares, no Price. Englifh Copper 4I. 10s, Wclfh ditto, no Price. African, no Price. Seven per Gent Emperor's Loan 114 1 half a 3 4U1S. Five per Cent, ditto 76 3 8ths. Bank Circulation 5I. Prcm. fndia Bonds 4I. J4S. Prcm. Tiuee 1 half Salt Tallies 2, Prem. Three 1 hs:if per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prcm. Three per Ccnt.-ditto 2, Difc. Lottery-Tickets il. 6s. 6d. a il. 9s. Prem. To be SOLD, At the Havann a-Snuff-Wa re house, wer-avainfl the Fountain Tavern in Kath'.rine-Streti in the eft and % ACurious Parcel of !upernrie Havanna 3m j.% warranted neat as iniported, tak^n fiom on btu�rd a Spr.p.iiti Prize, which for Colour and Flavour exceeds anv or the kind ever imported in England 5 and whereas the frequent Adulteration, and ixorHrsnt Frjre of Havanna-Snuff, have of late Years brought in Ufe irue, ior Sort* of SnufT, this is therefore to give. Notice, that for the Acccmmod-arSm of Gentlemen and Ladies, the faid Havanna Snuff will be fold at the faid Warcoufe at 3 s. a Pound, in no lefa Quantity than a Pound ; and an Allowance v#ii be ir,;-.de to Dealers tint take Quantities, for ready Money, Note, It is found byExperience, that neat Havanna Snuff is an exceilen: Whitenerof the Teeth, and Piefervcr of the Gums from the Scurfy. - - - - - - - ^ - - _ _ . __ -____ - - -----L_ Admiralty-Office, 7 May 1743. A/f T Lords Commijfimers of ih' Admiralty having order d the Officer* and Men of his Majeftfs Ship the Boyne, to 1* remvrJd into the Chiehefier at Plymouth, and the Leave ofAbfence given to them being expird; it it their ~LordJhip*s Direction, that the faid Officers and Men do immediately repair cn board the Chiehefier at Plymouth; or elfe go to portftnbuth, and apply to the Flag-Officer pr'Com-?nander ih Chief at that Port, *who- voill fend them to Plymouth in Tenders. But if any of the faid Men fail to comply herewith, they will not only lofe their Wages, but DireSions vtHl be given for 'apprehending and trying them at a Court-Martial as Deferters. The. Corbetr. VICTOALLING-'OFFICE, May 9, i74j. CT^HE Commiffioners for ViSfuailing bis MOfeftfs Navy give Notite, that on Wednefday next, the nth infant, in the Forenoon, they vjill be ready to treat for Bifcuit for the Service of his Majeftys Navy. HAND-INLAND FI RE -O FF ICE. Cj^HE Directors give Notice, that a General Meeting of the Members of the faid Society, nvilt be held at their*Office in Angel-Court on Snow-Hill, oh'Thurfday ttexty the 12th infant, by Three in the Afternoon, where all voho have infur d are dejird to be prefent. > To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County ESSEX. Verderor's Place in his Majefty's Forvft of Waltham being vacant by the Death of Carew Hervey, alias Mildmay, Efq; the Favour of your Yotes and Intercfc to fucceed him in thit Office k defir'd by, s> ; Tcur mojl obedient titrable Servant, Copt*B*JJ> J%4> 1743* John Conyers. A r
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