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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 14, 1943, London, Middlesex                                V SAT URDAY, Ma V 14 �743- DeaU May 12.   . E M A INS, his Majefty's Ship the A�guila, and the Ships as per laft. Yefterday arrived a Mail from Holland. From the general Quarters at Schardingen, May. ii- On the 6th, a Courier from Franconia brought Letters to Prince Charles of Lor- rainy advifing, that the Auftrian, Englifh, and Hanoverian Troops, had almoft all paffed the Rhine, and that as foo'n as the Heflians came up, they would continue their March towards the Maine. It was added top, that the King of Great Britain was expe&ed in a (hort Time, at the Army, in order to direft the Operations. - Prince Charles communicated this News to all his General Officers, who there* mpou expreffed an extraordinary joy.. The Soldiers, who had on this Occafion great Plenty of Bread and Beer diftributed amongft them, made the'Air eccho with their Cries of Lang live the King of Great Britain, and all the Friends ofthe S�ueen. On the 8th, General Bernclau was detached by Prince Charles, with a Body of Horfe and Dragoons, to attack Truffieren, which wis poffeffed by the French after having inverted it, he caufed it to be attacked with fo much Vigour, that Capt. la Croix, the famous Partifan, who commanded there, was obliged, with part of his People, to furrender themfelves Prifoners of War. The General, aftelr having left 260 Dragoons in Truffieren, advanced to Pfarkircben on the other Side of the Rot, where he found the reft of la Croix's, and two other Companies, amounting in the whole to about 700, which were alfo made Prifoners of War._ On the 9th, at Daybreak, Prince Charles began to march with 14 Battalions and 56 Squadrons, and advanced to Erblach and Dobbel, where he found General Minuzzi, having under his Command a Body of about 10 Battalions and 18 Squadrons. Prince Charles caufed a Detachment of Hfcrfe to flank the Enemy, whilft he attacked them in Front with his Infantry and the reft of his Horfe. The Adtion continued near five Hours with the utmoft Obftinacy. The Enemy, who were poftefted of very advantageous Ground, made a vigorous Refiftance. The Troops which had flanked the Enemy having obliged them to quit the high Ground, the Confufion was fo great amongft them, that we gatnfed a moft complete Vi&ory. We have taken the Generals Minuzzi, Preyfing, and Gabrielli, Prifoners, who were all three wounded. The fliaeter'd Remains of the Body we beat, took fhelter in Braunau, A letter from the Court of Munich, dated May 12. The News in thefe Parts begin to be every Day more ferious than other : That which we received *rsft Poft has occafion1 d a great Confternation here. � The famous Partisan La Croix, with about 700 Men, was attackM by a Party of Auftrians four Days ago at Pfarkirebfn, and obliged to furrender, with all his People, Prifoners of War.   He fent to demand Succours of the French Troops canton'd between the Ifer and  the Rot, but found they were retir'd towards the Ifer. The Country being thus open between the bin and the Ifer, we began, ^fter the. Receipt of rhis News, to apprehend that bad Confequences would refult from it, and that the Auftrians would make Incurfions on that Side. Our Fears were but too foon verified, by the News which we Yefterday received of the Defeat of the Body commanded by General Minuzzi. The Auftrians perceiving that the French Troops were removed towards the Ifer, fuddenly attacked this General, who was encamped with more than 7000 Men at Erblach upon the Inn. He was very vigoroufly attached in the Front, whilil the Hungarians, commanded by General Baroniai, flanked them. General Minuzzi defended him-fclf five Hours with the utmoft Bravery, till being wounded and carried out of the Fight, he fell into the Hands of the Enemy. Count Seckendorff believing, after the Affair of Pfqr&irehen, that Minuzzi would probably be ei/� irrafs'd, had immediately fent an Officer to order him to turn off to Braunau; but he came too late, and Count Seckendorff himfelf, who prefemly afterwards fet out for Alt Ottingen, did not get there till feveral Hours after the Aftion.   He was join'd at this Place by 8go Horfe which Col. Neifs broDght back from the Fight, and bywrhom we learn that the Remains of the Hone had thrown themfelves into Braunau.   The Count de Hollenftein, natural Son of his Imperial Majefty, was mortally wounded and taken Pri- foner.   The Counts Minuzzi, Lieutenant-General, Preyfing and Gabrieli, Major Generals,, were likewife wounded and taken Prifoners, as well as the Baron de Meeft�3ch, Colonel of the fine Regiment of the King of Sweden's Heflian Dragoons. The two Counts Levifani are alfo wounded. Befcdes the Officers of Diftin�ion which are already named, there are many others in the Number of the Dead and Wounded. Count Seckendorff, fince his Arrival at Alt Ottingen, has exadtiy acquainted Marfhal Broglio with the State of Things, defiring him to caufe 30 or 40 Battalions to march with all Diligence, in order to make a Diver-Con, which may oblige the Enemy to repafs the Inn. We don't exa�Uy know the Lofs of the Auftrians; but it cannot be inferidr to ours, confidering the Bravery with, which our Troops defended themfelyes againft an Enemy which was much ftronger both in Foot and Horfe. Stockholm, May 16.   Count Teflin continues ftedfaffly iefolv'd to refign all his Employments. 'Tis feid his Difguft jarofe from a Book that was publilhed; Wherein the Count and the prefent Miniftry were perfq.n&lly attackM in the fevereft Manner, The States have not yet taken tfceir Refolution toon the Memorial prefented by Cottnt Teflin upon that Subjeft. 'Tis affur'd, that the King-has defir'd him to continue his Employments; but he anfwer'd his Majefty, that in every thing elfe he ihould glory in obeying his Commands, but that in this his Honour would not permit- him to change his Refolution. Vientfa, Maf^ Great Numbers of Hungarians, Croatians, Pandours, Dalmatians, Lycanians, and of other Nations that live upon the Banks of the Saave, the Tihifque, MarceftOy &c. daily pafs by here, infomuch that the Army will,- it's affur'd, be 30000 ftronger than laft Yean * Genoa, May 4. The Matter of a Ship from Minorca arriv'd here the Day before Yefterday reports, that two Days before he faw the Englifh Fleet at Anchor off the Ifles Uteres, confifting of thirty Ships of the Line ; that he heard they expe&ed more Men of War from Great Britain, arid that thofe cruizing^ in the Mediterranean were order'd to. join Admiral Matthews, who, it's faid, was going upon fome- important Expedition. Francfort,-May 16. The Earl of Stair has caufed a Camp to be marked out at Hochft for the Englifh Troops, who will take Poffeflion of it this Week, There is one alfo marked out near Hanau for the Hanoverians. � " The following is the Refolution taken the 10th inftant in the College of the Princes, upon the Subjeft of the feveral Propofitions 'made by the Emperor to the general Diet of the Empire : * That in cafe the two Powers in War c fhouldbe difpofed to accept of a Mediation, the Empire * would under the Refervation neverthelefs of continuing * to obferve an exaft Neutrality, charge itfelf with this 'Mediation, jointly and in Concert with the Maritime * Powers; and would endeavour to fix upon the rnoft pro- * per Means of amicably accommodating the two Powers c ih War, of re-eftablifhing Peace and Tranquility in the * Empire,, and of preventing the Evils with which it is * threatened.1 Duffeldorp, May 17. A Camp is marked out at Duren, in the County of Juliers, for the Heffian and Englifh Troops coming from the Lonv 'Countries. They are to affemble as a Body of Obfervacion till they receive fre(h Orders. Utrecht, May 19.   Yefterday Morning the Duke of Cumberland pafs'd thro* this City in his Way to Hanover, where the King of Great Britain arriv'd on the 16th inftant, in the Evening. L     O     N In the Paragraph in Vefterday's Paper relating to die Charity Sermons tobe preach'd at Iflington, inftead of the Rev.Mr.Thtarlby, Redorof Stoke-Newington;Tead thfe Rev! Mr. Thorefby, Re�tor and LcQurer of Stoke-Newington. At the Brandy-Warehoofes on Ludgate-Hill, are now* oh Sale the beft Jamaica Rum, at 7 s. 9d. the beft Coniat Brandy, *at 8s. and Batavia Arrack, at 15 s, a Gallon. At the faid Warehouses are now alfo on Sale confiderable Quantities of Foreign Brandy and Rum Orange-Shrub, an S s. 3. Gallon ; which Shrub, when made into Punch, is equal, if not fuperior; to any Punch frefh made. At Ruckholt-Houfe, near Low-Layton, ib Eflex, on Monday next, (and to be continued during the SeafonJ will be a Grand Concert of Vocal and Inftrumental Muftck, the Vocal Part by Mr. LOWE. Tickets to be delivered at the Door for the Breakiafting, at is. 6d. each; and for the Evening Entertainment, each Perfon after One o'Clock to pay 6d. TheMufick in the Morning to begin, at Nine, and continue till Two; the Evening at Four, " continue the ufcd Time ; and during Breakiaft-Timej none to fmoke in the Hall or Gardens. As the Pleafantneis of the Gardens, Fountains, Canals, &c. has occafton'd divers of the Nobility, Gentry, &c. to refurt thereon the Sabbath-Day to walk; in order to keep Perfons out that may give Offence to them, none will be admitted but with a Ticket, which will be delivered at the Door, at One Shilling j and that no Advantage may bemade, the fame is order'd to be taken for the Ordinary at Two o'Clock, oi' in any other Reckoning. The Doors free, with French-Horns every Day in the Week, except the above-mention^; and every Thing as reafonable as at any Houfe whatever; the Prices of which are ftuck up in the Gardens. Portfmoutb, May 12. This Day came to Spithead, the B^tty, Thompfon, the Sufonna, Claptoup, the Mary, Whitaker, the Nancy, Smith, the Happy Return, Porgace, and the Draper, Kirchell, alt from Cork, buuiid toOitend with Soldiers. This Evening will be perform'd, At the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, The Relapfe; Yefterday Bank Stock was J46 1 half a 147.    ind;a half.   South-Sea Stock 113.   Ditto Qld An-8th.   Ditto New 114 5 8ths Stock 187 nu'tses 114 a 1 Tnree per Cent. .Anna!t:cs icpi 7 8ths a 102. 101 7 8ths a 102. Ditto 1743, 99 1 half a 5 8ths. &oya) . � iI'ltm'Cc S2.   London no Price. a 3 4thi. Ditto 5742, Million Bank 117.  Equivalent 111. Atfurance 11 1 half.   Mine Adventure Shares, Wthh duLO, no Price. D O N. African* no Ptice; It's {aid the Right Rev. Dr. Egerton, Biftxop of Hereford, will fucceed Dr. Hough, deceased, as Biihop of Worcefttr. Letters from the Forces abroad under the Command of the Earl of Stair, mention the Death of Thomas Strudwick, Efq; Captain in the Earl of Pembroke's Regiment of Horfe. Englifh Copper 4!. 10s. no Price.   Seven per Cent   Emperor's loir., F ve per Cent, ditto, no Price. India Bonds 4I. 12s. a 14s. Tallies 2 I 4th, Prem*   Three 1 half per Cent. Exchequc* Orders 5, Prem.   Three per Cent, dato 23 Difc.   Lotrcry- Tickets iL 8s. Prem. Bank Circulation 5I. Prem. Pr;m.   Three 1 hall Salt of To Charles 6t. George, Efqy SIR, T Lately died at Staunton-Harold  in the County Leicefter, after a few Hours Illnefs, the Hon. Lawrence Shirley, Efq; and was there interred in the Burying-Vault of that antient and noble Family. On Monday died at his Lodgings near Grp.y's Inn, Holborn, -- Walfli,. Efq; a Gentleman of a large Eftate near Hamden in Bucks. On Thurfday Night died at his Houfe in Red-Lyon- Square,  - Clayton,  Efq;  Counfellor at Law, .and Steward to the Earl of Arran. Died laft Wednefday Night Capt. Henry Powlett, of the Third Regiment of Foot Guards. On Wednefday died at his Houfe at Poplar, ,Capt. Phillips, many Years Commander of a Ship in the Guiney Trade. On Monday died, after a lingering Illnefs, at Gadlifs in Flintshire, Mr. James Blondel, aged forty :  He was the [ only furviving Son to Dr. Blondel of Stepney-Caufey, and well refpefted of all his Acquaintance. On Thurfday was married at* Lee in Kent, by the Rev. Dr. Scarrett, Mr. Richard Smith, a wealthy Innholder on Ludgate-Hill, to Mifs Hannah Mattocks, of Greenwich, a very agreeable young Lady with a handfome Fortune. On Wednefday Dr. Yeates, of Hertford, was married to Mifs Scattergood, of Lincoln, a young Lady of a large Fortune. Mr. Reid fucceeds his Father, deceased, as one of the Deputy-Surgeons of Chelfea-Hofprtal. Yefterday Morning, about Two o'Clock, a Fire broke out at the Houfe of Mr. Pqlegrine, a Peruke-Maker and Hair-Merchant, in St. Martin's Lane, which entirely con- iumM the fame, and damaged the next Houfe to it-   His J the^Wages due to them in the Shoreham, ayd alfotnvo Montht Daughter was miferably burnt in endeavouring to efcape the Flames, and is fince dead. HOUGH I obferve in the News-Papers that your Scheme is treated in a ludicrous Manner, yet I hope it will net difcourage you from purfuing, vt'hat, ifpoiEblc to be effc&edj luuft be fo greatly advantageous to your Country. I aro E^a^ t0 fer there is fotoe Concern for Religion yet retraining among us; I Em fure it is very ill Policy to dUrauntenance, by ridiculing, the main B-ind of Society ; for if on&. Men lay afidi all regard fof ail i ies of Confidence, what nroft be the Ccnfequence but the moft dteaftfbl Anarchy ? Who will dare to (tit his God at Defiance, will have but little Rcy ird to- his Prince, and we ft.aU find alf Ri^ht meafur'd by Strength and Violence j there will be no longer any Property, and the Man cf Power will tfeink every thing permitted him that his Power rtiH ehabls him to perpetr-.^e". I am, Sir, a zealous, tfco' an unworthy Son of the Church of England j and 'tis with an unfeigned Concern, that 1 fee* not only li�r Foundations, but even thofe of the Chriftion Religion fapp*d with Impunity^ tbo* opeaJy j for her Enemies fcorn a Mafk, and make their Attacks in the Face of the-Sun. _< If, Sir, you have happily found a Remedy for this g\eztdt of Evils: foe with what Fa his Laws and am commifiji thaf you fliali not want ail due Encouragement, If you will pleafe to appoint a Meeting, three of us will wait *n Jot^, at the Time aad Place inoft convenient forye^ir Affairs. -Your Letter directed to M. P. at Kug1* Cptfee-Hoofe, 'Temple-Gatc^ will eoce to th* Hands of, Sir, * Tour burxHe Servant, Afril 30, I743. _    |/fj- P. - T � - -     �    ----� -   - � ......       - Admiralty-Office, Maty 11, , crHE  Leave of Ahfena given to  the Petty Officers and Portmafi-Men ef his Majejtys Ship tht Shoreham being expired, it i: the Direflio?? of my lards Com- mijfioners of the Admiralty, that the faid Petty Officers and Foremafi'Mtn do immediately repair on hoard the Ferret Shop at Deptford, where they 
                            

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