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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 21, 1943, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 3850. SATURDAY,   May 21, I JA2 DeaL May 19 ESTER DAY Afternoon failed to the Weftward, the Bee, Barford, for Lifbon ; and the Friends Adventure Tender.   Arrived from Newcaftle and faiPd, the St. Anthony, Cook^ for Li/bon. Remain in the Downs* his Majefty's Ships the Auguftaand Hawk Sloop.   Arrived, the Sarah, _ Roberts, from Liverpool; the Recovery, CofesTfrdm Chefter.   jfuft came down and faii'd, the Hargrave, Kelly, for Oporto.   Wind N. E. Yefterday arriv'd a Mail from Holland, and one from Flanders. Peterfburg, May 3. On the 28th of laft Month the Empreis went to fee a new Man of War of 86 Guns launched. Her Imperial Majefty, in going afterwards on board, dropt a Gold Crofs fet with Diamonds of near 100000 Rubles Value, into* the Sea. Stockholm, May 10.   20000 Daikerniens lately Arms, to force the Diet to chufe the Prince of De "Succeffor to the Crown; but foon laid them down again thro1 the Interceffion of their Deputies, who had been threaten'd by the Secret Committee, and were therefore induced to prevail upon their Brethren to take pacifick Meafures. At prefent Things go on with greater Tranquility than heretofore. Stockholm, May 15. The Delays which the fettling the Succeffion meets with, are by no means in favour of the Prince of bubec ; but greatly fo in that of the Prince Royal of Denmark, whofe Partifans are bufy in promoting his Intereft ; and the Danifh Minifter has likewife more frequent Conferences with the CommifTaries of the Diet than heretofore. . The Nobles are for putting off the Ele&ion of a SuccefTor for fome time ; but the Peaiants, fupported by the Ecclefiafticks and Burghers, have demanded, that the 20th of the prefent Month fhould be the Day for deter- imining this Affair. Madrid^ May 6. A Courier lately arriv'd at Aranjuez, From the Mafcjuis de la Mina, with a Letter from that General to his Majefty, wherein he reprefents, that there is no other Way of penetrating into Italy, than either through the Fa l is or the Dutcny of Aojle, and that the utmoiT Difficulties would attend an Attempt to force a PafTage througn one or the ether of them, which he was unwilling to encounter, before he h;;d acquainted his Majefty with them. The King confulted the Count de Glimes upon the Contents of trie above Letter, who agreed that great Difficulties would really attend an Attempt of this Nature, but at the fame Time convinced his Majefty that they .were nor infunnount^ble.  Nothing however will be refolved upon in relation thereto, till the Arrival of the new Minrfter the Marquis d'Enfegnada,whois daily expedted. Turin, May 4. The Count de Senc&erre, Ambailador from France, has lately receiv'd feveral Couriers by the Way of Genoa, two whereof are returned to Parrs with the "Hefult of fome Conferences which this Ambaffador has had with the Marquis d'Ormea, Secretary of State. An extraordinary Courier is likewife arrived from Vienna, with Difpatches from the Count de Canales, and Sir Robinfon.( It was thought that this Courier would have brought ttie Ultimatum fo long expe&ed, but the Britifh Mimfter acquaints the Marquis d'Ormea, that their remains only a fmall Difficulty to regulate, which he did not doubt but would be renew'd upon the Return of a Courier from London. \ the French, after having ttefended it feven Hours, were oblig'd to abandon ft, the Auftrians having fee it on fire. The French, who were encamped near tiie City, began on the 18th to defile towards the Ifer. Mentz, May 23. They write from Oppenhcim, that the French have- reinforced the Troops winch they have on Chat Side with nine Battalions. _ We are environ'd on all Sides by Troops of all Nations. hint lie the Aujlviavt and th?ir are   guarded by   the   French, Allies, on this Side who as ufual, we like Moles, creep under Ground, fortifying hments; notwithstanding which, themfelves by ftrongEntrenchm 'tis thought thofe Gentry wilt foon remove to a greater Diftance upon the Approach of General Mental, who is expefted in a few Days to join the Queen's Army with fome Regiments of Huifars. L O N D O N. We hear that about 160 of the Highlanders that de-ferted, lay on Wednefday Night in Redourn-VV'ood. The next Morning, upon muttering themfelves, they miiVd one of their Comrades, who had itole from them ; upon which they immediately fent in Search after him, with a Refo-lution to fhoot him ; but the Fellow got to St. Alban's, where he furrsnder'd himfelf to a Magtitrate. They then continued their March towards Luton, where they fent to buy Provifions, with a Threat, that if they would not fell, they mutt ftand to the Confequence. After that they mov'd towards Bedford, in their Way to Scotland, which they fay they are one and all rtfolv^d to return to, or die in the Attempt. Yefterday Morning four Companies of the Highlanders march'd from Greenwich for Gravefend, in order to embark for Flanders, part of which were thofe that had deferred and return'd to their Duty. Yefterday all the Foot-Guards under the Command of Col. Douglas march'd from Barnet, and returned to the Parade in St. James's Park about Five o'Clock, where they were difcharg'd. His Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales walk'd from Carlton-Houfe to the Parade, and talk'd fome time there with Col. Douglas as loon as he arriv'd with" the Soldiers. We hear that Lieutenant-Colonel Powell will be appointed Colonel of the Regiment of Foot late General Cornwall's. On Thurfday Night the Hon. and Rev. Mr. Spencer Cowper, Brother to the Earl of Cowper, w.is married to Mifs Townlhend, Daughter to the late Lord Vifc.Townftiend. We hear from Bath, that Admiral Cavendifli, who has been dangeroufly ill there, is recover'd. Laft Night died Joftiua Baker, Elq; an eminent Druggift, in Lombard-Street, lately one of the Direftors 01 the South-Sea Company, He was taken in Broad-Screet with an Apople&ick Fit on Tuefday laft, which continued till the time of his Death. On Thurfday died after three Days Iilnefs,  Charles Auftin, Efq; at his Houfe in Anmdel-Street. Yefterday the Wife of a Merchant, convi&ed fome time ago for Bigamy, recover'd a Verdift* of 15001, againfl him, in the Court of Common-Pleas in Weftminfter-HalJ. On Thdrfday a Man fell off his Horfe hi Pail-Mall, and fra&ur'd his Skull fo that Ivis Life fs defpair'd of. Yefterday the Seflions ended at the Old B^ily, when feven Prifoners were tried, four whereof were call for Tranf-portation, and three acquitted. Yefterday Samuel Webb was committed to Clerkenwell Bridewell, for further Examination, by Col. De Veil, he-ing charg'd on the Oath of Mrs. Elizabeth Kindcrly, for Munich, May 18.   The Emperor, accompanied by Count   robbing her near the Five Fields, Chelfea, (with another Marftial Imfach, four Leagues from Ingolftadt Footpad not yet taken) of two Gold Rings. The fame Day Anne Sergeant was committed to the where a great Council of War was held, to deliberate upon j fame Place by the fame Gentleman, for picking the^ocket the Means of flopping the Progrefs of the Auftrians, and     "          * ' " ^ oblige them to repafs the Inn. Marflial Broglio, with feveral other French Generals, were alfo at this Council. :xpedlcd of a Gentleman of a green Purfe, containing two Guineas t and a half and fome Silver. The fame Day John Mahon, William Flood, Sarah Savill, and Elizabeth Freeman, were committed to Tothill- fpoiPd the Plan of Operations which/had before been forrn'd,   Fields Bridewell, as idle diforderly Perfons* by Col. De a new one was here dratfn up ; in confequence whereof, the Imperial and French Armies are to join, in order to aft in Concert againft the Auftrians, who are advancing towards the Ifer. Yefterday the Emperor return'd to this City, and Count Count Seckendorff fet out to Day, in order to put himfelf at the Head of the Army. This General has withdraw the Troops which were at Alt-Qttingen% Muhl-�o~ff> and Burghaujcn, and has fent hither the heavy Baggage with the Artillery. Stadamhoff^ May 20. Prince Charles of Lorrain, after Baying ^beaten General Minuzzi's Body, caufed Braunau to be invefted by a large Detachment, under the Command of General Hohenems, who caufed a large Quantity of Bombs and red-hot Bullets to be thrown into the Place, and feemed rcfolved to befiege it in Form : but as the Garrifon is nurrlerous, and the Town well fortified, we flatter ourfeives that it will be able to defend itfelf till the Arrival of Succours. Veil, over-againft whofe Houfe they were taken about Four o'Clock in the Morning, with a Fidler at their Head, (follow*d by a Mob) dancing in the moft lewd and obfeene Poilures, as it were in Defiance of Juftice, he being at his Window, and an Eye-Witnefs of that daring and villainous Behaviour, the uncommon Noife of which made him rife to fee what was the Matter, when he order'd them to be taken to the Roundhoufe till they could be examin'd. 'n Tuefday next, the 24th inftant, will be preach'd at 'arifh Church of St. Leonard Shoreditch, the Annual We are inform'd that Perrons Varietv of Fountiins, fa the Five Fields, ChedVa, arc now begin to be pl.iy'd in ins Garden, where an hundred Pcrfuns m iy fit and dhnic tl'eir Liquor, and be agreeably fntertainM wit!) the Sight of them.   Alio at the particular Defire of fevrml i'crifrs of Diilinftion, he now fhews his artificial (j;rcren, ilium:-, nated with 960 Ch indclicrs,  each containing eig^t h-rgfe^ Wax Candles.    NotwithiLinding ct:.cr Pretend, rs to, tlte'\. like Performance endeavouring to excel, the}- havj lb fir ^illch � {hort, as-to render nis more thiuing tii;:.n ever ;  evidently fo, by the great Number of Gentlemen and Lr.di^s v/nici refort daily to fee it. To be feen any Da;., or Hour rff the Day. 9 At the Brandy-Warehoufes on LuJg."te-Iiil!, are now c-n Sale the beA Jamaica Rum, at ;s. gd. tuc heft Coniac Brandy, at 8s. and B.itavia Arr::ck, ;t ijs. r. Gallon. At the faid W?rehoufes are now alio on S:.le confidcrable Qu.;a- tities of Foreign Brandy and Rum Or mge-Shrub, <-r\ 8 s. a Gallon; which Shrub, when made into Punch, is ecur-ij if not f'^rior, to any Punch frefli made. The Tickets in the prefent St.'te-Lottery o\e now veringat t^ie B.mk ,* and all Pcrfx.s po/llA'u or* the Receipts given by Mr. Richard Shergold, Printer to tlic Hon. tje CommiiTioners of the Lottery, may h. vc them exchanged for Tickets at his Office in Pope's thad-Alky, avcr-againft trrfe Royal Exchange, Cornhill, and be fupplfcd with Tickets, Shares and Chances of Tickets, at the loweft Price. A Regifter-Book is kept there,.and for Six Pence per Ticket any oae may have an hnmedLxe Account fent them of their Succefs, if in Town. ; and by the firit Poll to any Part of Great-Brit-tin or Ireland. The abovefaid Richard Shergold buys and fells by Commiffion, South-Sea, Bank and :ndia Stocks, with the feveral Annuities,-India Bonds, Navy and Victualling Bilk, with all Government Securities. Ail Letters out of the Country (Poft paid) will be duly anfvver'd. Yelterday ttanx btock was 146 3 4tbs a 147. India Stock 190 a'I half. South-Sea Stocx 113 1 half. Ditto Old Annuities 114 3 8ths a 1 4th. D.uo New 115 1 8th a 1 4th a 1 8th.   Three per Cent. Anno t:es 103 1 8th a 3 8ths.   Ditto 1742, 103 1 8th a 3 8t.';s,   Ditto 17.^3, ioo a 1 8th.    Mill.on BanK r 17.    Equivalent 1 \ 1.     kov;-J Atfuranee 82. London Ainir.ircc 11 5 Sens. Mine Adventure Shares, no Price, J�ngb"fh Copper 4b ios. Welfh ditto, no Price. African, 110 Price. Seven per Cert. Emperor's Loan u8. Five per Cent, duo 77. Bank Circulation 5I. Prem. India Bonds 4I. 15s. a 16s. Prvr,i.' Thrre 1 half Salt Tallies 2 1 4th, Prem. Three 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders c, Prem. Three per Cent. J�tto I 1 half, D:fc.    Lottery-Tickets ill. ios. ()d. To be sold, At the H a v a n n a -S n u f f - W a r e ho v = E, over- againfl the Fountain Tavern in Katbcribc-Firee! in the Strand^ ACurious Parcel of fuperftre h-^ivnnna S.u; ff, warranted neat as imported, trken from on board a Spsnjili Piiz?, whica for Colour and Flavour excc^ls any of the kind ever lmportrd in �ngland ; and whereas the frequent Ad^iheiation, and the txorbitant Tike -of Havanna-SnuiT, have of late Years brought in t'fe ir.fe:ior Soits of Snuft", this is therefore to give Notice, that for the Accommodation of Gtintl nicn and Ladies, the faid Havanna Snuff will be fold at the f.iid Ware-'ufe at 3 r. a Pound, in no lefs Quantity than a Pound ; 2nd an Allowance will be made to Dealers tint tike Quantities, for remly Mr-nry. Note, It is found by Experience, that rvat Havinm Snuff i? nn cxc-!ltnt Whi tenor o' die Teeth, and Prcfcrver of the Gum: from the Scurvy. May 20, 1 743- CT^H E   Principal   Officers   of   his   Mxjejiy's Ordnance do hereby gi've Notice, That on Tuefday the jfh of June next, they will fell by Auilion to the bejl Bidder, at the Office of Ordnance in the Tc?v:er of London, feveral Parcels of tarrd and white Rope, Svjords, Hangers, Sword Belts, Spades,  Shovels,  Parchment and Paper Cartridgesy Mujk ft tic e able wrights and Smiths Tools, with other old and unfa Stores, which may be viwed till ^tke Time of Sale at the faid Office, where printed Lifts of the Lots will be delivered to fuch as call for than. _ J aliow-Chandlers Hall, London, May 7, 1743. TJ/HEREAS there is great Reafon to jujpeft that many Per fans in private Rooms, Garrets, and other unentered Places within the Bills of Mortality* do fraudulently make Tallow Candles without paying the Dut$y and to the Prejudice of the fair Traders : This is therefore to give Notice, that whofocver Jhall within two Months from the Date hereof make Difcovery of any fuch Offender or Offenders, to any one of the Surveyors of the Duty on Ca Will of the late Mr. Thomas j (whofe Names arid Excife-Cbambers are under-mention'd) 'inon, purfuant to the Fairchild, Gardener, at Hoxton, on the Wifdom of God in the Vegetable Creation, by the Rev. Dr. Denne, Vicar of the faid Parifh, and Archdeacon of Rochefler. Prayers will begin exaCkly-at Twelve o'Clock. On Sunday laft the Rev. Mr. Whitefield preach'd in the Morning in MoqrEelds to many thoufands, and in the ifb Huffars Ifer; fome Parties have even paffed People. between 20 and 30600 And he purpofesr God willing, to preach in that River, and exadt large Contributions in moft of the Bailliages in Bavaria.   We have received Advice, that a Mooriields Tomorrow Morning between Six and Seven, and Jhall receive Five Pounds Reward for each and every Perfoiz fo difcoverd, as Jhall be convicled of the faid Offence before the Comfnijjioners of Excife, over and above all other Rewards given by the feveral Afls of Parliament in that Cafe made, to be paid by Mr. John Cock, Clerk to the Company of Tallow-. Chandlers, at their Mall on Dowgate-Hill, London, immediately after Conviclt'on ; and the Name of the Perfon making fuch Difcovery to be kept private, if requird, Mr. Smith, Baldwins Court, Cloak-Lane, and at Kennington-Common at Five in the Evening ; in Moorfields on Monday Morning between Six and Seven, large "Detachment of Prince Charles's Army having on I    On Monday Morning Mr. Lowe, and in the Afternoon the 16th crofftd the "River Fi/tz, arrived the next Day | Mr. Afpey, will fing at Ruckholt-Houfe ;  where great K-^-v. n------r,    _. 1 ,  ^ *---------I Nutnbers of the Nobility daily refort, and exprefs the wlfi Meric. Jv'i t; furrender; th.-t upon the Governor's reiufin^ v ,  : .^aiktd with great Vigour; and greateft Satisfaction at the Grandure and the Houfe-and Gardens* Mr. Heflop, Virginia-Street, Rat cliff-Highway, Mr. Paxton, Gun-Street, Spittlefields, Mr. Watfon, LamUs-Chapel-Court, Cripplegate Mr. Wilkinfon, Caroline-Court, Saffron-Hill, Mr. Sheldon, Coal-Yard, High Ho I born % Mr. Marfb, Coventry-Court, Hay-Market* Mr. Webb. St. Mary 0
                            

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