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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 16, 1943, London, Middlesex - * MONlJAt, May 16, 1743 Deal*. May 14... AIL'D, the Ann, Phillips, for Man I** Ne the --> Linthorhe, for Leghorn, and is Jlrice failed. Wind N. E. Since our laft arriv*d a Mail from Flanders, on Fincbley-Comifcon. Ifs thought upwards of 30000 People were prefent; who were highly delighted at their fine Appearance, arid their Agility in performing their j 1 Exercifes. * TME DISTRESS']) W I F E Letters from Turin advife, *hat a Detachment of Spa- t^l^l �^"jJ^L We hear that they will embark at Gravefend next Wednefday, for Flanders. On Saturday a great Quantity of Cloathing for the Troops in Flanders was put on board a Ship iu tne River, for dftcnd. m ^ Tomorrow the Claimants of part of the Uffs&h taken by out of the Sc. V, jiifh Troops has been roughly treated by the Inhabitants of the Valais, upon making an Attempt to enter their Territories. P. S. We this Moment are apprized of another agreeable Piece of News, which is, that a Body of Croats jiat/e feiz'd upon the important Salt-Works of Reichenh 31 in Bavaria. Munich, May the Way Capital. Auilrians bavin We are Court 3ience; but as yet it is uncertain to what Country or to what City of the Empire. Marshal Broglio continues in the Quarters where he is cantoned, under Pretence of waiting for Tents and other Neceflaries. People here are in the utmoft CorJfternation. Hague, May 21. The laft Letters from Madrid brought us the New* of M.-Vander Meer, the States Ambaffador at that Court, being dead of a Fit of an Apoplexy; as did thofe from Stockholm, an Account of the Death of M. Rumpf, their Minifter to the King of Sweden. An ExtraS of a Letter from the H.\Gu�, dated May 21. * The Joy can fcarcely be defcribed which the Publick * expreiled upon hearing that the States General had con-� fented to the March of the 20000 Men, under the entire * DireQion, and wholly at the Difpojition of her Majelty of * Hungary, and that further Mealures were to be enter'd � into in concert with that Princefs and his Britannick Ma-� jefty. Even whilft this Affair was depending, -the Coun- * cil of State took upon them to regulate every thing which � related to it, and which might haften its Execution. < The Marquis de Fenelon appears very much difconcertcd � upon this Occaiion, h& (hews a good deal of inward � DilTatisfaltion at it, 1)ut has not thereupon thought pro- er to leave this Place. We have juft receivfd. another iece of News, which has not given the People of this Country lefs PJeafure. The Auilrians, who were repre-fented in a very weak and trembling Condition behind , have, it feeras, pafs'd that River at a Time when ain by attacking at unawares a Bavarians, who were fo entirely defeated, as 800 fcaped, the reft being all � either killed, wounded, or \ 4 faved themfelves by riding full Gallop to Alt-Qtting&n. enmg pain, is in confidcrM can J time ago upon the French by Count Seckendorff, who has more.than once declared, that their only Aim, and deepeft Policy, was to deftroy Germans by Germans ; for no fooner did the Prince of Conti Jjear of Minuzzi's ,..�,. c r. , A , - , n . t j 1 /1 j r* � u- Air.a,�r.o. the Prices or which are ftuck up m the Gardens. being attacked, mftead of going to his Afiiftance, though r earneftly rcqucfted to do fo, withdrew all his lroops which were on the other Side of the Ifer ; and Marlhal Peter and Jofeph Prize, are to be heard before the Privy-Council. We hear that Thomas Watfon, Efq; an eminent Attorney at La.w, will be appointed Drpaty High Stcwaru oi the City and Liberty of Weftmiuilcr, in the Rojiu of Alexius Clayton, Efq; deceased. The Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor has preferred the Rev. Mr. Richard liolmes to the Vicarage of Otcrry Sl Mary's^ in the County of Devon; and Diocefe of Exeter. On Friday died at Edmonton, Mr. trough, an eminent Mercer in Friday-Street. Gn Saturday died at Thames-Ditton, aged eighty Years, Mrs. Downes, a Gentlewoman of a large Eftate near that Town. + Laft Friday Night two Drovefrs going from Smithfield Market, both of them in Liquor, one of them was decoy'd up Charterhoufe-Lane by a Lady of the Town, the ot.ier went forward to his Ian in St. John's Street, who the next Morning went in Search of his Companion, but could not find him out; and it is fear'd that he has been robb'd and murder'd, he having receiv'd 25 1. in Smithfield that Day for Sheep, the greateft Part of it in Silver, whicn it's fuppos'd they difcoverM by the i'ulk in his Pocket. We hear that Friday lait, being the AnniverLry of the Queen of Hungary's Birth-Day* was particularly obferv'd by the loyal Regiment of Hungarian Vcluntiers, at their Caupo's, the Red Hurt in Shoe-Lane; where, with the Healths of the King, Royal Family, &q. thefe of her Hungarian Majefty and her valiant Generals, went cheariully round, amidft repeated Acclamations. One Circuiniiance, which added not a little to the Joy of the Company, was the (Confirmation they had on that aufpicious Day recc'iv'd, of the Viftory obtained by the br:;ve Prince Charles of Lorrain over the Bavarians. In fhort, they difplay'd in a lingular Manner their Deteftation of the ambitious Views of the Houfe of Bourbon, and all Diflurbers of the Tran-uility of -Mankind, and Violators cf Publick Faith ; their eal for the Support of the cuguft Houfe of Auflria, as ciiC Bulwark of the Liberties of Europe; their Loyaity to their Sovereign, King George, and their fincere Love for their Country. The Evening was concluded wita firing of Guns, and other Demonftrations of Joy. At Ruckholt-Houfe, near Low-Lay ton, in E/Tcx, this prefent Monday (^nd to be continued during the Seafon) will be a Grand Concert of Vocal and Infcrumental Mufick, the Vocal Part by Mr. LOWE. Tickets to be deliver'd at the Door for the Bfeakfafting, at is. 6d. eacii; kuu for the Evening Ei^fertainmem, each Perfon �fter One o'Clock to pay 6d. - TheMufick in the Morning to begin at Nine, and continue till Two; the Evening at Four, and continue the ufual Time ; and during Breakfait-Tiine, none to fmoke in the Hall or Gardens. As the Pleiifantnefs of the Gardens, Fountains, Canals, &c. has occafion'd divers of the Nobility, Gentry, &c. to rtfort 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 deliver'd at the Door, at One Shilling ; and that no Advantage may be made, the fame is ordered tp be taken for the Ordinary at Two o'Clock, or in any Other Reckoning. The Doors free, with French-Horns every Day in the Week, except the above-mcntion'd; and every Thing as reafonable as at any Houfe whatever; Intreaties dorff to fend him 50 Battalions, to prevent the Auftrians &on> rgpoffeffing themfelves of Havana ; infomuch that At the Brandy-Warehoufes on Ludgate-Hill, are now on' Sale the beft Jamaica Rum, at 7s. yd. the heft Qoniac* Brandy, at 8s. and Batavia Arrack, at 15 s. a Gallon. At the faid Warehoiifes are now alfo on Sale confiderable Quantities of Foreign Brandy and Rum Orange-Shrub, an 8 s. a Gallon; which Shrub, when made into Punch, is equal, if if the Auftrians take Advantage of the prefent Confter- ^fT * Ticn onruo wnen maae intc ^tinn nf ^ -p^,^^.' ^n.r.l KpvPnh,11*r ioins �ot feperior,..to any Punch frefh made. * nation of the Bavarians, and General Kevenhuller joins * Prince Charles, tne French may in all likelihoodA have * the wifh'd-for Satisfa&ion of feeing all the Bavarian, * Palatine, and Heffian Army cut in Pieces, or taken Pri- * fQners, or at leaft diiperfed and reduced to nothing.' L O D O N. k belonging to' Major-General Cornwallis arriv'd in Town from" the German Spa, with the Account that die faid General died lately there. He was Brother to the Right Hon. the Lqrd Cornwallis, and Member of Parliament for Eye in Siifiblk, which he has reprefented in three Parliaments,'and Colonel of a Regiment of Foot now in Germany. We hear-the Hon. Edward.Gornwallis, Efq; his Brother, and Captain of a Company cf Foot in General Onflow's Rtgiment, will be eledled Member' of Parliament for Eye in nis Room, without Oppofition. Yeftcrday the Right Hon. Sir Charles Wager, who has been dangeroufly ill,- was judg'd to be in a fair Way of Recovery. .On Saturday^ General Wade review'd the Lord Semple's Regiment of Scotch Hi^Manden. being about 800 Men, Ludgate Prifon, May 15. We the poor Prifoners moft humbly crave Leave to return our hearty and fincere Thanks to our generous unknown" Benefador, for the Guinea put into our Begging-Box on Thurfday laft, which was equally divided by the Steward on the Common Side. ___ * - - __- � � � ~ - - � - High Water at Lundon-Bridge this Day at 49 Mmuus after 4 in the Morning, and 14 after 5 in the Afternoon. Saturday Bank Stock was 147. India Stock 187 1 half. South-Sea Stock 113. Ditto Old Annuities 114 1 8th. i i a Coo*:y. By the he Mr. G A Autb ~* r>* h - Pet, c a r ^ O r r t: a . fbit Come fy 10*i fintfi I fy M* C � v , r,; i
c*t-r- ird.i rfbe-.:r*t vjqen j [iiejfd^e v>� � fupun-fa*. j ivbub ii tbe R-.a^'i it nev~r abpeur'd en the Sta^e _ ndnwuaj-Office, 13 Mj>', 1743. 'L*t*ve of /lbfence pit en to ibs Pe'lh W J Officers and Foremn]i-Men tnrnd eve- into his Majefiyb 1 is the Direction of mijjioners of the''Admiralty% that they dt to their Duty on hoard the faid Ship's at Plymouth, on Pain-not only of iojing their Wages, but of being apprehended and tried at a Court-Martial as Dejerters. Tho. Corbet e." VIC i'UA LLi i\ G - Or hi v_h, M.y I4. 17^:, rHE ComviilTw�er; for Vi^u.iuin? bis Majcity'i Na-jy gi'je Notice, that on I* c due j Jay next, the l &tl 'ifant, in the Forenoon, they ivill be ready to treat, fo* holding Btfcuit-Stuff, for Sacks for Majejiys the Service of cr*H't� Co".miuee for Uttirg the City's Lands? in the Account cf the Chamber lain of the City of London'r give Notice, that thty intend to left by f*vei\il Leafes the following Lots, 'viz. effuage or Tenement eff:tages merits in the faid Alley, adjoining to the abo Reward, tobepa:d hy me. fafitb Vnderklk
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