Daily Advertiser, May 23, 1743

Daily Advertiser

May 23, 1743

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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 23, 1943, London, Middlesex M ON DA Y, ay 23 ZW, May 21. SE Hawk Simp is fail Wc&ward. Came down, 1 Knowler, for Oporto, and remain*; with the Aaguiia and T*ryton> the aa# Macaamara, for South Bar* bar? 1 and the Minabella, BJ:*fce, for Lifbon. AfnVd, the Three Friends, Jubbar, from Antigua ; _ the Samuel, Goroiih, and the Geo'r^e, Shop* !ki*h from Sduth Carolina. Wind & Since our laftairivM a Mail /rom Fiakce, and one from Flanders. afoj 20, Repeated Ofdei? h�re been fent tc the Engineers at Studtamboff, to finilh with aU Diligence the new Works crying there. It is not doubted bu;xhu .^fc OrdiK,We -teen, given upon Adrice tt*t frmce S�s, that his Army noW confifts of 30000 eflefove Men, and ti�at,fee'tfasj ~ ' Opetatibnsofthe Campain. ^ruffhls. May 28. Thqr wnte from Frasc/ort, that the Prince de la Tour -had on the 23d received an Expreis from a Gentleman he had fent into Bavaria, with Dif- patches froni the Diet of the Empire, whereby he mforms him from Donawert, of the zotn, that upon his Arrival there he met with a French Officer of the Fringe of Conti's Corps, who told him that Prince Q&rles of Lorrain had come up with and- attacked their Bedy, chat out of 6000 Men, of which It was compofed, but very few efcaped, and that he wavof the Number of thofe wiio faved them- felves by Flight.; They write from Inffruck, th3t before the taking of Averberg, wherein was a Garriibn of ys� regular Troops, befide's'Sealants, &c. which were made Prifoaecs of War, the Englilh and the Spaniards, to the Advantage of the latter, the Englilh having had feven Snips ftink, and that the reft Ijad laved them by Means of Night coming on : Bat as the News receiv'd from that Country makes no mention of this affair, it is net bvliev'd to be true. In this, as abfurd as it would have been to have beliefd it without a;{? Foundation, one may venture to fay, there appears more Candour than ever before was feen hi the Paris' A-la-main. It's affur'd that the Englifh have departed from the D*fign of fupporting the Baron de Neuhoff: And good Riafon they ha May 15. We have received Advice here, that the Vaudois, and the other People of the Vallies, Jiave offcr'd KSngbf Sardinia four Corps, which as foon as,the in driving the Spaniards ?afles. The King has Wmgfield On Fric Chelfea h Edward Godfrey aflift Offer guar that he has in fuch manner provided for the Security. of his Frontiers, as to apprehend no Danger of the Spaniards penetrating into Piedmont. - ' Prague, May 17. During the late A&ion near.Brauii^a, and the fingihg of the Te Deum upon the Field'of Baitl^ the Cannon of the Town was all turned on the AuftrSh Strutton's Grounds, Weftmiufter.' On Friday died Mr.Titchborne, a wealthy Confeftioner, in Toaly-Scpvt, Grandfon of^ir Robert Titchborne, Kt. Lord Mayor of London in 165.7. Their Royal Highneffes the Prince and Princefs of Wales, accompanied by .feveral Perfons of Diftindion, were I'laft Saturday Evening at the Spring Gardens, Vauxhall. I- "..On Saturday a Cutler in Church-Lane, Whitechapel, haying Words with his Wife, endeavoured to throw her down Side, the. Enemy never having expefted to be attacked broke his Neck, and died on the bpot. Bavaria that there are no more than 3000 "Men fhut up in Braunau, who wijl have the greater Difficulty to efcape,. as the Auftrians have burnt the Bridge over the Inn, and as General Hohenembe has a confiderable Body to obferve them With, to the Weft of that River. A Body of irregular Troops, faid to be arrivM upon the Frontiers of Bavaria, have, fupported by Bernclau's Regiment of Foot from out of! the Tyrol, made themfelves Mailers of the Town **id Caftle of Aurbourg below Kuffftain. This Body, joined to that of Hohenembs, will make one of 17 or 18000 Men. Hague, May 22. The Troops appointed to. affift the Queen of Hungary.; are to march towards their Rendezvous a* foon as her-Majefty's Intentions fhall be known. Befides the Advant;iges the Auftrians lately got by theirViftory over the Bavarians,'they have fince taken the Towns of.DingeJ-.fiagben..and.Landjiu. The.French Regiments of Picardy and Bargundy-fuiFer?d_very much at the former of thofe Places. � Aiid"- fome Letters from Bmffels, arriv'd this Morning, make  mention of a new A&ion between Prince Charles and Princedfe,Conti, to the great Loisof the latter: But there is no cartain Account of th.is. Frm \tbe-. Thru Alatnain, May 29. It's affur'd, that Marflial: Noaiiles is actually paffing the Neeler, and that an John Cows of Sir Henry Parker, two of Thomas lnwooa, two Heifers of John Hervy, and one of William was Crew, from off Ehfield-Chace. . Yefterday Katberine Chaplin well-Bridewell by Col. De Veil, for felonioufly taking out of the Houfe of the Right Hon, the Lord Lovcll, a Silver ^ATwas Chriftian Proacr, for privately taking out of the Shop of Mrs. Margaret Buck, a Piece of Ribbon. We hear that the Widow Evans has met with very good Succefs, and the Fireworks give a general Satisfaction to all-that fee them j the Water-Fireworks, and thofe from the Top of the Orcheftra, are fuperior to any - that have and in the A/terno Years 7 This Morning'Mr. Lowe, Mr. Afpey, will fing at Ruckholt-Houfe j where great Numbers of the Nobility daily refort, and exprefe the greatd* Satisfaaion at the Grandare and Pltalkntnefs of the Houfe -and Gardens.' � ,, ,, . . , _ T We hear that the noted, Eldndge, the original Norwich Artift who has given  fuch general Satisfaction to the furious, in feveral Parts of the Kingdom, will be every wrt�nn this Week at Mr. Latham's, in Green Dra. ,fl�ig the Ma Army n- greatly fuperior in Number to that of the Englilh : but it w^,ne fo;.if tbeu zqoqo Men granted tiie Qaeenof Hungary by the States General"fltould join the lalt We tear thete has b$en a Soa-Figkt aeor Jumaica be�we� Court, near St. Thomas's Hdfpital, Southwark Two till Four in the Afternoon* at the-George m George-Yard, Lombard-Street, Londonwhere are to be feen feveral of his Curiofities ; a�d printed Propofals of feveral of -thefc wbnderful Experiments, to an^ PeriSjji that fubferibes a Shilling for his Book, with a curiddt Copper:Prinr of the Author^ which will pofitrVely be iii the Prefs at Mllfxmmer. _ At tSe Brandy-Warehoufea on Ludgate-Hill, are how ori S.de the be� J^naica R\ist\, at 7 s. 9d. the^befl: Coniac Brandy,, at 8 s^f.iid Bata Via Arrack, at 15 s. a^Gallon. At the laid Wareht^fes are no^vaHoon Sale confiderable Quantities of Foreig'/Brandy and Rum Orange-Shrub, ah 85. a Gallon; which-Shrub, when made into Punch, is equal, if not fuper.'or, to any Ptmch frefh made. The great Choice of Irifh Stuffs, of the right and beft fort, and Variety of new Things, &c. at- the Warfhoufe the Corner of the Old Baily, oh Ludgate-HiH, occafions a * -idies, before they leave the Town, to btiy great many 1 tntre for theifeielves and Friends in the Country. B A N K R U P T S. late of Wallall, St^ffier4ftiie, Joy�x> Carpenter, atrd Dealer in Tjn?ber, -^^ - John Webb, late of the City 5f Norwrdt; YSrn Pa^or. Arthure-Manvvaring, of the Parifll of Skeniryth, Mon* mouthftiire, Innholder-and Chapman. High Water at London-Bridge this Day at re) Minute* after 11 in the Morning, and 46 after 11 at Night. Saturday Bank Stock was 147. India Stock 190 I half; South-Sea Stock 113 1 half. Ditto Old Annuities 114 x 4th a 3 8ths. Ditto New 115 1 8th. Three per Cent. Annuities 103 1 half. Ditto 1742, 103 1 half. - Dtttd 1743, 10b 1 4th. Million Bank 117. Equivalent 11i; Royal Affurancc 82. London Affurance 1 f 5 8ths; Mine Adventure Shares, no Price. Engiifh Copper 4I. igs. Wehh ditto, no Price. African, no Prict;. Seven per Cmt Emperor's Loan rife- Five 'per Cent, ditto 77, Bank Circulation. 5I. Prem. Tndia Bonds "4I. 15s. a r?s. Pwin- Three 1 Jialf Salt lollies 2 1 4th, Prcm. Thrts half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prem. Throe p*? C�at. ditto x 1 half, Difc. Lottery-Tickets irL.ios. 6d, May. zo, 1743. bis Majeftf s 1 p Offi. Ordnance do hereby give Notsce, That en Tuefdu, jtb of June next, they will fell by Auction to the left Bid; der, at the Offi.ce of Ordnance in the Tower of London, feveral Parcels of tarred and white Rope, Swords, Hangers, Sword Belts, Spades, Shovels, Parchment and Paper Cartridges^ Blocks, Powder-Horns, Lanthorns, Rorfe-Harncfs; Bayonets^ Mvjkst-Barrels, Hand-Bills, Armourers, Carpenters^ Wkeel~ ^rights and Smiths Tools, with other old and unfertAceabli Stores, which ?nay be . For Mia* ox e^pofiag t* $&> T\t&% � M ;

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