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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 24, 1943, London, Middlesex i t * I A Numb. 185 2 T IJESDA Y, May 24, .1743., jD^tf/, M*y 22. A ME down, the Indian Queen, thg Bis Mackforeil, for Virginia; Ckarks, Allingham, for Maryland ; Maremaid, James, for Newfoundland,; the Fleming, Dankin, for JEbrbado.es; and remain, with the Men of War, and Ships as per laft Arriv'd, theJerWns, Neweil,,frqra Liverpool; and the Friends Adve'% tare Tender. Wind S. W. Yefterday arrived a_ Mail from Holland. Peter/bug, May 7. Mr. Dallion, Miniiler from Francs, had kit Week a long Audience of the Emprefs concerning . the Affairs of Sweden. Her Imperial Majefty then declared to him, that fince the Swedes fiook upon them to treat with her, as though the Fate of Arms had been advantageous to them, fhe could take nb other Method than to continue tne War. The Guards have received;thejJ laft Orders to hold themfelves in Readinefs to embark, the Fleet at Cronfladt is to fail the zoch or 21ft, in order to cruize oft Rented. Stockholm, May 17. It's faid that the Baron de Rofe, who was deiigned to command the Army, will not be employed, the King having refolved to put himfelf at tne ffcad.of his Troops in cafe there fhould be a Campain, and his Majefty would chufe to have General Hamilton under him. The Order of Burghers fent a few Days fince a Deputation to thofe of the Nobles and Clergy, to declare to them, that if they differ'd a-ny longer fixing the Day of Election of a SucceiTor to the Crown, they would join with the Order of the Peafaius, and would declare tnem- felves in Favour of the "Prince Royal of Den?nark. The Anfwer of" the Nobles and Clergy is not yet publifhed ; but it's- thought that this Election will be made foon after the Return ot a Courier from Abo. The Duke of Medina has caufed a aread all over It ah. imDortin?. * That Genoa, May^i. Declaration to be : War obferved an cxa�t Neutrality 1 that b.eing preffed-by the Court of Vienna to enter into the War, he had given I a fine Train of Artillery. a Camp in the Country of Juliers, as was reported, but will march direfUy towards the Maine: \ Spire, 'May 23. The Marflxal de l^oailles's Army con-fifts of 87 Battalions and 141 Squadrons,,^ which in the whole compdfe an Army of more than 60000 Men. Hamburgh, May 24. Letters from Stoc�bslm of the 17 th bring, that pn the 14th a Courier from 'Finland arnv'd there with Advice, that Admiral Falkengreen had funk fbme Ruffian-Ships, one of-which had a confidcrable Sum of Money-on board, defign'd for the Payment of the Troops of that Nations.; and that a largeQuantity of Wood for building Ships J)ad- been burnt in one of1 their Ports. Hanover, May 24. The eight Battalions of the Troops of this Ele&orate, which are to reinforce the Army of the Earl of Stair, are marching towards the Rhine. The Day of his Majefty Y Departure for the Army is not yet fixed. Hagti$:, .May- 30. The, 20600 Men ivhich are to .xnaorft for the Service of the'Queen of Hungary, are to encaibp between Namur and Macjfrhh, as foon as the Appointments of the Officers (hall be regulated, &c. L O N D O N. The Charming Molly, from Antigua for London, � is arriv'd at Plymouth, and brings Letters from thence, dated the ill of April, importing, tiiat Commodore Knowles had attack'd La Guerre, but on the firit Attempt could not get within a Mile of the Place, .by which means the Burford, Norwich, Elthaxn, and Affiihnce Men of War received fo much Damage, as entirely difabled them to continue the Attack, and were order'd diredlly to Curafoa to refit. The I Burford receiv'd nineteen Shot of forty-three Pounders in her Hold, and had her Rudder, Bowfprit and Main-Mall fhot away ; and Capt. Lufhington h t he fiw-ander Falfterbon two SwcdiftiFrigm-s, that h:id brought to riiree Dutch Veffcls, bound for the B'altick ; but as the Swedes have declar'd it lawful for Foreigners to carry S.ilc aud Provifions to any Port in Rutin, with which thofe Ships are laden, 'tis not doubted but the Hollanders will loan, be released. �' Several eminent and learned Divines, who greatly ajv proye pf a Work, now publifhing by Su'ofcription, eutitlgd^ A\i Lo."pifivBijn on the.. Bookrof the New Teilnroer.t, cor�� pil'd by John Marchant, of Mew.Shoreham in SuiTex, Gent, and recommended by them to many Perfons, feveral of whom have applied to the Author, and are deiirous of becoming Subfcribers ; but thinking-that by the pre fent Method of Publication, of two Sheets every Week for Three Pence, it will be too great a Length of Time before the Book will be completed, the Author has deteimin'd to reprint the faid Work, fo far as he has proceeded therein, and begin to republifh the fame on Monday the 30th inftant, and continue every Monday after to deliver tour Sheets for Six Pence to new Subscribers,, .ftitch-d in blue Covers, till the Work is fmifh'd ; but notwhhftandijig this, the Threepenny Numbers will be regularly dcliver'd agreeable to the printed Propofals, and by this Method of Publication, Subfcribers Books (both in the Sixpenny and Threepenny Numbers) will be fmifn'd near at one and the fime Time. This Book'wiil be ernbelli/h'd with a SeC of of curious Cuts, engrav'd on Copper Places, which are copied from the original Paintings of Peter-Paul Reubens, Michafil Angelo, Corneille, Dieu, Vitughels, and otiicr celebrated Hariris, and will, in the Courfe of the Work, be deliver'd to the Subfcribers gratis, in their proper Places. N As this Work is calculated for the Inftruftion of all Perfons in cur Holy Religion, and proper to be had in all Chriilian Families, it has met with fuch Applaufe, that on the Author's Rcqueft, his Majefty in Council, at his Palace at Kenfington, on the 29th of tXlober laft, w;.s gracioufty pleafed to grant his Royal Patent and Licence' for ft caring to the Author for the Term of fourteen Years, the fble Benefit of pabliftiing this Work, as well "as for preventing Printers, Bookfeliers and others, from pyraring the fame, whereby the Publick might .oe.irapofed on. We are 'defir'd JnrtWer to inform the Publick, th.:t the fiid Work will be' comprifed in one Volume'in Folio, and will not exxeed fifty-five Sixpenny Numbers; all above the Author promifes to deliver gratis. A Specimen of the faid Work, both of Cuts and Letter-Prefs, may be Teen at the Publisher's, Mr. Cole, Engraver, the Corner of KingYHead Court, Holborn ; where all Perfons, who intend to become Subfcribers, are defir'd tp give Notice, and they will be punctually ferv'd at their owh Houfe or on Notice to any of the Hawkers or Vender of News or Subfcription Books, who will bring them regularly as they are" publifhM y Yefterday tfankitock was 147. India Stock 190 1 half. South-Sea Stock 113 1 half. Ditto Old Annuities ir 1 4th a 3 8ths. Ditto New 115a! yth. Three per Cent Annu'ties 103 1 half. Ditto 1742, 103 1 half. Ditt 8th. Million. Bank 1 1 7. Equivalent, itt London Afiurance u c 8ths.- Min Price. 100 a 1 *74 3> Roy; 1 Aflurarc* 82. Adventure Shares, no VVelfh ditto, no Price. Cent Englifh Copper 4I. igs African, no Price. Seven pc 3 Sths. Prem. Five per Cent, ditio 77 India Bonds 4I. 16s Thre Emperor's Lo in 118. Bank Circulation 5I. Prem. Three 1 haU Salt Tallies 2 1 4th, Prem. 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prem. Cent, ditto 1 1 half, Difc. 'Lottery-Tickets 1 il. 10s. 6d S~T A T E-Jl. O I T E K Y, Three pe T I'CK E T S, Shares and �'743 Chances ( _ Tickets are fold by J. HAZARD, at hi? Office under t! Royal Exchange, and a: hi;, other Ofme fronting Starioncrs Haii, ne Lucg te, which has been a Booklcller's Shop k^pc by my Fadier end Se. near forty Years. Where will be kept exa�V Numerical and Regi/rrr- Books. Tickets are rcgjfter'd ac 6 d. per Ticker, and the earlk-ft Acecunl be-fent (expr^JFiDg the Hour when each Number was drawn) :i"ifl,Gi-Town, and by the Poit'to any Part of England or Ireland. All Letters out of the Count! y (Pod pa: Inn, May 26, 1743. CT*H IS is to give Notice, that yearly Lrez-ces as ufaal,
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