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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 19, 1943, London, Middlesex                                Adv THURSDAY, May 19 l743 Deal, May 17 Afternoon failed the Weftward, with the Tranfports, the Terror Bomb.  Remains in the onlj Way the Enemies of the 5}yteen to Hungary b&ot it prefent of making Reprifah for the real Lojs they havtptft fuftain'd. � To be 3 L D, L O N D O N. Ship the Downs, his Majefty *s Augufta; and the Try ton, Weld for Hamburgh.   Wind E. by S. ExtraS of a Letter , Hague,  dated May Private Advices fro; London intimate what touows. � People are furpriz'd that the Marquis de Fogliani did � not communicate to the Government the Contents �f ' the M * Majefty.' Before thefe arriv'd, his Sicilian had /-r 1 foreign Minifters, that if his Britannick Majefty went 11 Germany, he ihoiild be oblig*d to follow him, either; hs had executed^ his Commifiion, or had receiv*d Ord to return to the Hague.   Now as the Marquis de Fogliani * has had his Audience of Leave of his Britannick Majefty c and is return'd hither; it's prefunTd that he Ii2s been � recall'd-   M. Buffi, Minifter from France, to whom the * Intereft of the Court of Naples was ftrongly recommended ' by the French Miniftry, has ufed his utmoft Endeavours f to caufe, under certain Conditions and Reftridhons, the *- Negociations of the Marquis de Fogiiani to fucceed ; * but perceiving that the Terms infz&d on by the Court * of Great Britain were, as he judged, too hard for his � Sicilian Majefty, and entirely contrary to the Intentions of he fent an Account therdof drid% with which the his moft Chriftian Majefty, Mt aiTur fhould * king any mention of his Difpatches from Naples) which *. contain *d ample Powers; and this is what makes it be * thought, that France defigns to make a Diverfion in the V Mediterranean, with a View not only of protecting the * Kingdom of Naples, but likewife of difengaging the Spanifh ' Fleet, block'd up in the Port of Toulon. * People here talk1 very much of a Negociation being '-upon the Carpet between the King of Great Britain * and -the Emprefs of RuJJia ; and that an offtnfive as well * as defenfive Treaty is in Agitation, and will fpeedily be ' concluded by thefe Sovereigns. .' The laft Letters from Paris advife, that the Court of f France has very lately fent Difpatches of the laft lmpor- *. tance to Count Sene&crre, Ambaffador from France at c Turini From whence 'tis prefuru'd that fome Negociation^ ' are upon the Carpet.' Extract of a Letter fy His Majefty Ship the Greyhound, commanded by Capt. Carteret, being on a Cruize in the Channel, fell in with a Spanilh Privateer on the 12th inftant, which bore down upon the Man of War till fhe almoft came within Gun* fhot of her, but then finding her Miftake, fhc hoifted French Colours, and crouded away; Capt. Carteret foon came i|p with hfer, and after a few Guns wtre fired at her, fhe (truck. She is called the Fortune of St. Sebaftian, mounted with four Carriage and feven Swivel Guns ; hid but twenty Men on board, when taken,, though fhe came from St. Sebaftian with fixty-four, about fi:* Months ago. This 13 the Privateer which hath lately infeftec the Channel about Beachy, the Ifle of Vvigut, Havre de Grace, y the Poor, en attract Artificers, {Xpert Superfluities % and bring bomt GUd apd Sifvtr, is e/raaje us ta discharge our btOvj Dthtiy prevent BanJiruptda, cLar aur Prifas9 and mate its truly taffy.   Much arguing there was vipori it 3 but as the jfelf in Difgmfe, gueifing at him was altogether uncertain, and confeqaerrtly no direift perftnaJ Application couJ.1 be made j and it tcing obieivM, that feveral Oidcxs of Hcrions by their Reprefentajives, have a :il?cis'd themfelvcs to him by the Channel of your Pr^cr, upon his Scherre} \vh'::h undeniably is the rood extenfive in Prcrnife th.-t ever yetap^ared; a;id however well projected it may be,.this Company is apprehensive it ii iinpjiTiLle to be reduced to Practice, without a very !arge and well back'd Support, for the effectuating of which, the Generality were cf Opinion J that if the Leyiihtu.e had ieviv*d and enlarged the PoM Tax, nobody woriid h: ve grumbled, fuice every one muft have felt the immediate Jlcnefii' rrfi.I.ine from it, fince the lime of completing the whole w� to be but twelve Months. But as ic appeared too late tor ci*e then Serlion of Far* Jiament, wliich ia now up, and the King gone abroad, the narionai Avliftance, which they fuppo*'d yu meant by the publick Encouragemerit you require, muft he a considerable time b=/orc you can. oblige the Worl4 with your orin^cd Propoials, ani therefore they almoft defpair'd of ever-ferine it: But to auict thh UnciJlnrfs, a very wealthy judicious Gentleman- and incefles Apartments. and was turn'd out. He was drefs'd like a * The Spaniards daily receive Succours from Spain, and frequently fhift Quarters. It is impoffible to guefswhen and whither they will march, nor what Defign they are It is to be fear'd their Stay in Sa-voy will be upon long, Tuefday, Gentleman. Yefterday five Malefa&ors were executed at Tyburn, viz. three Women and two. Men.   Yates, for the Murder of her Huiband, was burnt. Yefterday Elizabeth Harvey, otherwife Morgan, was committed to Newgate by Col. De Veil, for frlonioufly taking out of her ready-furniftiM Lodging* a great Quantity of Houihold Goods, thfe Property of Mrs. Catherine Burk. We hear that a ^rear many Gentlemen and Ladies, who are Lovers of Ingenuity, daily refort to fee Gough's new-invented artificial illuminated Marble Green-Houfein Long-Lane, -near Aldcrfgate-Street, which has given great Sutif-faftion to all who have done him the Honour to fee it. vf its bring ulher'd into the World, g.-.vc him Keaion to believe tlufc Mr, St. G?crx>e onld do d.m'./iilrste his Scheme to no more tlian communiciite and undeniably be practical for the two following ilejfons.' Ir:t �>, All Others and Degrees of Men were Included, and Confequenty he coui.i i.oT- be luppos'd to act perfcnaUy among the three Ieun'd Bodits of Dii>in ry, I.cw, and Pbyjick, he being a Layman, and a Mertharit ot Tradtfmjn. Srcondly, 'Twas h-ghly piobablc he was grown old havlh been ncr forty Years inTraile, and therefore might be reafonably fupros1 to be rntaciiied thto* much Labour, Study, Anxiety^ and Di/ippo and muft consequently be oblig'd to a& by Deputies, who might be neg-Jigrnt of their Duty, if ever- the Matters conMiii'd in the Aodrefs/hould c.TJfavoiTr'd to be executed accoidhig to his unknown Propolkls. And therefore he wes of Opmicn, thnt to pr^ve clearly end plainly fo man/ Heads as were contain'd in the laid Addref?, of the 7th of April laft, wottid f^eil tbc iiaid i^rcpcials to fo large a Eulk, that it muft be a Volume large enough to make a bound Look,  or at leaft a- firft-rate r       , r  7   ' i r   1   1    The Pamphlet that is promYd to be publifli'd on Thtirf- fince they cannot penetrate into Italy, unlefs the    .     ^  �y M Cooperj  in Patcr-ncftcr-Row, entitled King of Sardinia fhould give them* leave, which is not at all likely : Neither does he feem djfpofed to crofs the Mountains in order to drive them r-ut : Probably he thinks it is enough to guard the Pafle into Piedmont, and let their Army tire and waile itfelf in a Contry already ruined, and where they can do him no more Mjfchicf. 400 Miquelets attacked lately the Fort La Tuile, "bn the Borders .of the Fal-d*doJti upon which Ikron Lomayy who commands the Piedmontcfe Troops in thofe Parts, detached fome Companies of Grenadiers, who killed f20 Miquelets, and put the reft to Flight, with the Lofs of 25 Men only, Our Countryman, Major Vaudenet, who commanded thi^audois, died lait Month, of the great Hardfhips he had undergone in the Mountains, An Enquiry into the Seat of the immediate Organ of Sight, (with a View of fhewing that that Part of the Eye calPd j Choroides, contrary to the received Opinion, is that Org-'.n). is the Subjeft of a Lefture lately given by Dr. Taylor, at his Houfe in Greftt Queen-Street, Lincolu's Inn Fields, in which there is fome Account of his Succefs in the Cure of "the Difeafes of the Eye* in his Lectures. and of the Authors cited by him On T.uefday the 4th inftant, Mr. Routh's Grey Horfe, Frolick, won the Prize of 501. at Malton, in Yorkfhire. On Wednefday, 501. by Mr. Witty's Chefnut Gelding, Ruffl^r. On Thurfday, 501. by the Duke of Perth's Gay Gelding, Chance. May Yefterday one Macintosh, a Stay- by the King and the whole Army. Winter : He is very much regretted   makerj w|s >whip^ through the Cky by the comm^n Hang. i/h * refort in great Numbers- to this City, with which they * feem extremely well ple&fed, the utmoA Decency and * Civility being obferv'd ,on* both Sid^s : They cannot f help exprefling their Surprize to find us fo different from * the Notions they entertained of ua in Spain.  The Duke * of Berwick arrived Yeitefday, and intends to jnake fome * Stay here. It's reported, that Lord Theodora was lately * ibbb'd in Tufcany ; hut this wants Confirmation/ Yefterday arriv'd a Mail from France. -1 From the Paris A-la-main, May 24.  f/V thnghu the man, for abufing a Gentlewoman in a fcanclalous manner on the high Streets. He imprudently gnvc a Pufh to the -Hangman at firft fetting out, but as Jack had the Whip-Hand of him, he paid hir^ back with Intereft before they parted. 'Tis faid, that when he'gave the Hangman a Pu/b, he had a Penknife conceaPd in his Hand, by which he defign'd to have kilPd him, and that he a&ually wounded him, for which he is to be retried ; fo that John may probably get another Opportunity of Retaliation. Tomorrow comes on the Election for the Shire of Linlithgow, when, it's faid, the Hon. Chafles Hope-Wier, of Craigiehall, Brother to the Right Hon. the Earl oi Hoptoun, will be elefted. High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 31 Minutes after 7 in the Morning, and 2 after 8 at Night, , Yefterday Bank Stock was 147. lrjlia Stock 190. South-Sea Stock, no Price. Ditto Old Annuities 114 3 Stb^ a 1 .half.   Ditto New 115 1 8th a 1 4th, .Th>ee per Cent! Annuities 102 3 8ths a 1 half. Ditto 1742, 102 3 8ths a r half.   Ditto 1743, 100.   Million Bank 117.   Equivalent 111. Royal Aflurance 82. London Affurance 11 5 8ths. Mine Adventure Shares, no Price. Englifh Copper 4I. 10s. Welih ditto, no Price. African, no Price. Seven per Cent Emperor's Loan, no Price Five per Cent, ditto 77: tlank Circulation 5I. Prem. India Bonds 4I. 17s. a 18s. Prcm. Three 1 ha}/ Salt Tallies 2 1 4th, Prem. Three 1 half per �ent. Exchequer Orders 5;, Prem.   Three "per Cent, ditto*, &&. Lottery  the * printing thereof, if the Conditions were not too higi. prie'd, and. the Day 1 ot Publication not at too long a Date 3 and if tin's \W3 Miftake, that c he would decbre what he required, and if leafonable, they would comply ' pcrfonally, and ufe all their Intereft with both Houies of Parliamenc,- * (.^hich was not a little) if it appear*d to them a Scheme worthy of 10 ' much Regard.' UpoH ending this Speech, the whole Comply ag.xvi to fend you this Account of their Proceedings, and deiire you \v;il piblils the fame, ?s the earneft Requeft of, St if Tavern, Ryal^xctange, ^ May, 14, 1743. St-.P* ^-  U. C^C To the author; THAT nothing tends more to the: Glory and Strength of a Nation, than a fkillful ufe of ArrnE, from EhV Experienced every State, in eVery Age, fufficientiy appears. It was to Schools appointed to inftrutt, and Theatres to incite E'..   ::\ :n in Martial Exercifes, that the Romans o\vei their conquering Leg a fubdu'd World. Britons in all Ages have been equally vslorqus, and nothing is wanting but a H>ce Education and Encouragement, to nuke them equally vsttoriou.. Thar the Ski]] of our Countrymen therefore may be equal to rheir Courage ; that they may be'thc better enabled to follow the Steps of the* Kir.g, in oppofing Injofticc and reftoting Liberty to ihe Nations j a public** Gymn.�fium h eiedted3 which it is to be hop'd, the Fair will encourage with ihcir Smiles, and the PJch with their Bounty, The Anchorian Theatre wiil be cpen'd at Sbtppertin on Monday n^arf^ the 23d inftant, where all Combatants, as wcU Athletick as Giadiatoiia), are expected, and will "be welcome, 1 Weapons and Shields are provlddti, and an able Surgeon, with Variety of Infouments, Bandages, and Plaifters, will attend : He, is alfo furniflf d with n'ce SJlver Plates, in cafe trepanning {hculd bectcme neceiTary; and if the ^lisfortutic of an open Skull flsouW happen to any Gentleman of the Armyt wi* tas mere Guts than Brains, he may depend o.a aJl Secrecy in the Surgeon. Suitable Rewards will be prcpftrt5on*d to the Mck of the Conqtieror 5 and Gentlemen of Stomach vflli be allow1 d to contend fcr a Belly-full. For the Sake of the Ladies, the greateil Decency and Decorum ftall be ofeferv'd, arM co Highlander a^mitied without Breeches, unle& by .particular Deiire w HEREAS the Offk of the Pari/h of bt. Luke, in the County of Middlefex, were male-treated by the Populace in the Execution of their Office on 'fuelBay the izth of April laft 5 the Inhabitants of the faid Pariftx promife a Reward of Tvh> duineai to any Perfon or Per forts who ftall difcover any of the Offenders, to- be paid at the] Bar of Fryer's Coffee-Houfe in Chifwell-Street, on their Conviction. Arid the faid Inhabitants give Notice, that they will profectfte for the fatnre all Perfons who ftall prefume to exhibit Shews, Drolls, or any oth�r unlawful Pafrirne*, in Moorfieids, or any other Pkcc within rfieir Bounds, SIjrCH Perfons as incline to undertake to cleanfe and carry off the Mud, Rubbim and Sand, and all other Obftrudtions cafoally lodg'd above the natural Ground, from the Front of the feveral 'Wharfs to Low-Watrf-Mark, of all the "Wharfs from Black-Fryars-Stairs to Puddle-Dock, cpntainin^ four hundred and fi.e Feet id length, little more or lefs, are ddfir'd to leave their Propofals feal'd befor* Wednefiiay next, with Mr. Norman, Timber-MersJiam, in Kack-Fryars, wheic fftither PajUpulart may be had, if reqahTd, Is   

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