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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 28, 1943, London, Middlesex NGmtf. him both, for OportO,.\arid remain i with Iw.Majefty's ShipI.'tlw Augofta, .ana the Outward-bound as "per laft� ArrlvM, sad. fail'd for the River, Majefty-'s Ship the Gibraltar, (^bia Carolina j the Carolina F dine, with him, and talk May 27. ' Aulbian Car olihaU the Cariw, Oirfce. id^t^t Days from Oporto. Wind S. by W r , from n, * 1 4 * arrived a* Mail from Holland. QonjtantinotU, Marckz%. A War with Perfia feems now t^m^0t v Kouti Km having made up his Afiairs with si^tfaW^rifafc*^ with. I^xgnauon. S^ferfcr^^^^fi^ fa* upon the Froritie� 'Of^ib^'^c-Amy^ci^^- againft thofe of Ru�$?^vaa **\eis Tetbrh'd into to-aflemble another, m order to jak^^InyafioaintoiMeJ)ominions of the Grand Seignior. ^Gifi^FMwradons picking here to oppofe the Defigns oftfeeSophi, buttfiiy^ireiconcealed from the People. for 'JgaSfof dccafxbnihg'T^^ults. For this purpofe' 'tis given tpward^,the Black Sea, is only with a view" of building a new Fojtreis over andr murder io divert tha Minds of the people* .the Marriages of the two Princeffes, 1 the Suitan Ac&meU KisHolinefs's fredeceffor two have 'celebrated here withMagnihcence. Peter/burg, M^^hJ^kt Ruffian Troops have begun -fo'tiaharStm bbarf fee ?^aeys> fome of which arealrqady j poffible ; The Fleet will confift of fifteen jtttp'CrVa Corps ; one of which ferves to cbver the Jsiockade of Braunau, and is commanded byPrince Charles of Lor* rain ; the other encamps between the Ifer and the Filtx. It's faid that thefe laft are going to entrench themfelves, in order to difpute the Paffage over this laft River with the Imperialifts, and hinder them from going co fuccour Bmunau. The Emperors Army on-this Side the Ifer is from Aerding as far as Mojlourg and Land/but 1 by wmcn means it covers the Town of Munich, and is at the fame time ready to join the French Army. The French Troops that are march'd towards Landfhut to join the Ifliperialifts amount to 15006, composed chiefly of Foot. After their Junction it's faid the Emperor take upon him the* general Command, in'order to attack the Auftrians, and**1 relieve Braunau. Braunau is clofe blockaded up. T^' Auftrans are reinforcing on the Side of Deckendorff. �^''j0^g^May 28. They write' fro A Munich, tha^ the. Emperor had publifli'd a Proteft there againft the Coronation of the Queen of Hungary, in Quality of Queen of Bohemia, and had fent it to Prague. Francfort, May $0. A Detachment of Auftrian Troops t'other Day paired'the Main : But upon the Approach of a Body of 2000 French, they thought proper je go back again without any Hoftilities being committed fen either fide. We hear that 3000 French are encam'p'd near torch, and that the French have taken Poffeffion of the Town of Wimpjfen upon the Necker. Chamberry, May zz. The Infant Don Philip has.caufed a Memorial to be drawn up, (hewing the Difficulties which his Army would meet within penetrating into Italy, which Memorial he has fent to the Court of Stain. It is therein fe Evening, to many Thoufands. He proposes, God. liing, to preach in Moorfields Tomorrow, at Six in e Morning, and at Five in the Evening. Brandy-Warehoufes on Ludgate-Hill, are how , at 7s. yd. the befl Coniac Ari*ack, at 1 c s. a Gallon. �k Sale the bell Jamaica the faid Warehoufes are now alfo on Sale confiderable -Qwrai-tities of Foreign Brandy and Rum Orange-Shrub, an 8^3. li Gallon; which Shrub, when made into Punch, is eqiul, if not fuoerior. to any Punch freih made. High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 50 Minutts after 2 in the Morning, and 7 after 3 in the Afternoon. Stock 195. half a 148. inct* Dittp ' ISanK 6 cock was South-Sea Stock 114 3 8ths a U$. Old Annuitie* 114 5 8ths a 7 Sths. l).tto New fij 1 4th a 1 half. Three per Cent. Annu-te* 103 3 4ths. Ditto 1742, 103 3 4th3. Ditto 1743, 101 a 1 4th a x 8th, Million Bank 117. Equivalent mi. Roytl Aiibrasic: 81 3 4ths. London Affurance 11 5 8ths. Mine Adventure Shares, no Pnce. Enstiih Copper 4I. ios. Wclih "ditto. no Price. Engtilh Copper 4I. ios. icart, no Price. " Seven per Cenr^Enrp^rdr^ Br.nfe Circula* uon Five per Cent, ditto 77 1 half. Prem. a 19s. Pr/ij). Tnrce 1 half Loan 119. 5I. 5s. Prem. India Bonds 4I. 17s Three 1 half Salt Tallies 2 1 4th, Prem, per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prem. Three pet Cent ditto i 1 half, Difc. Lottery-Tickets ul. 10s. 6d. Adiniralt)-Office, 23 May^ 1 743* ^ crHE Lords Camm'Jhoners of the Admi'iity are pleased to dire�i, that all fuch dijabled or ivorn'mit Seamen avho have been minuted to be receinfd into the Royal reprefented, that there are but four Ways by which it's Hofp Ojfice on Wed the Morning, Tho. Corbetc. Ships x>f (the Lrffig, ttude are aftoally ii-pronjladt. 1 Xpunt &altowin will haviditt^ Command in chief. . ./NSa*WtUUmd^ feveral are of C^nibnihafc'a.Peace with S&iden is at the Door. The ifcoart; Avhier^f; &e cfytf Tintmd, rJbjpas Will. Employ, all* its Twees, again! ^dythat:&dald moleft thel Jfy^Tr^Qr'lately concluded between this'Court and iihat of Great Britain, it is agreed that thi^ Alliance fhali *in�KGLft 'f^rWteen: Years j that the Emprefs fhall furnifh his ^tanni^^eftywith X2CC5 Men, to be employed as Gjx^8^x on:rs for Vxbiualin>g his bftijejty Navy grt'e Notice, that on the Forenoon, 30/5. Monday next, tie tnjlanty in the Forenoon, they will be ready to treat Jt) *an*vas and Meal for the Service of-his Majt'jlys Navy. VlCi uall1 in G -Oi'blUii, 27 I\l'y, 1743. CT^H E ConimijJiQner- for Vviuxtfing his MajeJtYs ^ Navy give Notice, that on tfedne/Jay next, the \Ji of ne, in the Forenoon, they Majif Royal Hofpital for Seamen atGreenv/ich,*-25.May, 174- D r Mai ;?V-if 0! lAtxl foh Seamm at Greemvi the faid Hofpital with Butter a?td Cheefe Pny&falsy feahd rfons as are writing to cohtraEi for tfi& Conferences of 4b riid't formally engaged themfelves to any thing, even in V^e the Frince Bilhop of Eutin fhould be chofen Succeffbr -.to.the l^hrone. So that Things - being in the fame uncertain State, a Courier has, been difpatch'd to Baron C^ercftswtz, jtdiet him know that Mr. t'NoJehen will not r Aguezena. We hear Complaints are daily brought to the Excife-Office againft Perfons retailing Spirituous Liquors without Licences, by fuch as have taken out Licences,which has occasioned the Commiffioners to order Lills to be made out of | relating thereto. Wednefday the 15/^- of J. Forenoon ; and in the mean time, by applying to the Steward of the faid Hofpital at 'Greenwich, they may be informed of Service of ceceiv The' Party every Day ftronger than other, the Choice of a Suc^effor having been fix'd -fbttbisDay.'' Th^Affair^as.deHberated.oij iri die College ,b�tibe 'Diet; bo^aftei^ mucH debating^ it-was refolv'd^yet *-tb <^fc^vthat: Eleffioh; 1#t^W6e% Deputies- extraordinary j/C^ftleth'orpe bitante of that Province will* neltKer*'furiuih"$bldiers nor ;CgntributiGns,v iiniefs "theyThayeJ.Satis^ftioni^ ^pdn.tHej following Prppofitlons : .ift,- To punlfli the two '* ' ' ' l% " * 1 ^ 1 ; 2dlv. To make all the Ale-Houfes who h'qve not yet taken out Licences, and distributed the fame amongit all their Officers for dete&ingthem, and they have already hid upwards of two hundred Informations, great Numbers of which petitioned the Commiffioners Yeft'erday for Mitigation of their Penalties; and the Commiffioners were favourable to "fuch who had taken out Licences before their Informations were heard ; but to a confiderable Number who did not fo take out, they infilled upon the whole Penalty, and order'd their Warrants out accordingly. 1 A"few Days fincedied, very rich, Capt. John Parker, of w HE K EAS the Hac :r i ac 4 i Thomas an eminent Silk-1 Whitechapel. Death narrow Eniquiiy after thofe Perfons who were theOcqafion F the. pwfenrWar: 3dly,-.T0.chufe the Prince R(?yal of 'eiiiftark Su^cdTor, aad tp-^caftbhim? into the &%i6^t\ anddei^y fijppor^ as vqhI m&o&aprters, the Charges bf ^he.Sfetfc- ^Tte^iet hits not thought proper to take any Notice of thefe Diinands. furtiel^ thlfl to tntreat the King with the Senate to appcafe the People.1 A Declaration.Jias fince Been fent inito Dal tearlia, tending to bring backjthe ii^^b to: their Duty, thr,eatfflaing^ them, if they peifift in their Difobediei J'C^r%��; M*y 2C. The naval carijln^pi^ here, wHl 'mort ,
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