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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 3, 1943, London, Middlesex                                The   Daily Advertifer. Numb. FRIDAY,   JuNt 3,  1743. DfaU J tine 1 |P|RRIV*D, the Deal-Caftle Man 0/ ||�gyj War, from Offend ; the Draper, Leach, the Elizabeth, Barton, and the Lovely Jane, Curtis, from Offend, for Dublin, and remain with the Ships as per laft. This Morning fail'd northward, the Cal-mar, Boymaa, from India. Wind South-Weft. An Extra c7, of a Letter from the Hague, dated June 4-. ' By a private Letter from a Perfon of Diftinction in London we have learnt the following Particulars; That fince the Departure of the King for Germany, Mr. Buffi received two Couriers from his Court with very important Difpatches ; he had no fooner received the i'aft, but he went to communicate the Contents thereof to a great. Lord, and at the fame tipe dtitvevesi'   -very obliging Letter to 5iim from M. Amelot.   This Lord went next Day, without any Ceremony, to Baron Wafnc-r's, and invited him to Dinner, who accordingly went, the. Day following; and after the Company, who probably had their Cue given them, were withdrawn, my Lord began the Difcourfe by faying, Publick Affairs', are apparently every Day more embarrafTed than other, infomuch-that all Europe is in Danger of being involved in the War.   Is it poifible that no Body will hearken to the Means ofre-eitabliftiing Peace, and that^d! the Methods propofed mould be of no Utility.   Whereupon Baron Wafner anfwered, The Affiir would long ago have been determined in an amicable Manner, it France,  after having failed in her Promifes and mcft folemn Engagements, had not flittered herfelf with the Hopes of firft rdbbing her Maje'fty of Hungary of her Dominions, and then of being able, at her Will ard Pleafure, to give Law to the Empire, and of abating the Power of the Maritime Nations, which, Sir, you muft be fenfible {he. is aiming at, by endeavouring as (he does to difunite them : This is a ivell-known Truth, that it has not yet been in the Queen's Power to obtain Peace, without yielding. to the moft fhameful Terms; but as this Princefs is at length affifted by her Allies, it can fcarceiy be expected that ihe mould purchafe a Peace upon the fame Terms, that (he perhaps would have been glad to have accepted . of, when fhc was reduced to the Necefiity of oppofing three powerful Armies with a handful of People, the poor Remains of the Troops who had fcarceiy recovered' the Fatigues and Hardlhips they had juft before endured in Hungary ; this, I fry, can hardly be expected from her, notwithstanding the great Defire her Majcfty has of feeing Germany delivered from the Calamity of the War. I, for my own Part, am of Opinion, that Fire is not to be cxtinguifhed but by Fire, and that there muft be a bloody Buttle to conftrain one of the Parties to lay down their Arms.   To which the above Lord replied, That a Victory, how complete foever, has always coll the Vanquifher too much to rifk a B.ttle, cfpecially when . Satisfaction was offered without fhedding of Blood ; that he flattered himfelf, that if her Majefty of Hungary was yet willing to lend an Ear to an Accommodation, Tnings might be effected to her Satisfaction ; that Mr. Buih had acquainted him with fome Difpatches which he had received,,and that it appeared by the prefent Difpofitions of his moft Chriftian Majefty, that the French Miuiftry were entered into the Paths of Uprightnefs ;  ti.at he judged of them by the Contents of the above D.fpr.tches. He added, that Time prefled, that the Troops were in the Field and ready to fight ; that notwithstanding the Forces of the Queen and her Allies, the Event of! iiings would be uncertain fo long as the Campain continued : That he was perfuaded his Britannick Majefty and the' States General would fee Negociations entered upon with extreme Satisfaction : That the Republick had full/" explained itfelf upon this Head, having often declared, that it deferred to refolve upon the March of the 20000 Men, on no other Confideration tnan that of being .unwilling to give Umbrage to any Body, and to avoid quarrelling with France and the Emperor: That for this Reafon the Queen is not to expect that the 20000 Men, or any Part thereof, mould pak the Rhine: That their High MightinefTcs Intention in this March was tmly to. feciire their ewn Territories in guarding the Lonv Countries, from which the Queen would neverthelefs draw great Advantages, by being enabled tocaufe the Auftrian Troops to pafs from thence irito Germany: That the Offers which France now made appeared to be equitable enough to be hearkened unto 5 that a Sufpenfion of Arms was all that at prefent was aimed at; and that if Baron Wafner defired it of him, he would procure him ah Interview with Mr. Buffi, who would inform him of the reft.  To which Mr. Wafner anfwer'd, I fhould willingly accept of the Offer .of an Interview, if certain Circum-flances did not hinder. ' Mr. imffi has fince this been in Conference with fome of the Miniftry, has informed them of the real Sentiments of the Court of France, and demanded that a Sufpenfion of Arms fhould be agreed to, and thatlthe Bafis (hould be the uti pojfdetis. It's afiur'd that every Thing has been fent to Hanover and Vienna.''   - LONDON. Early1 YeftereUy Morning M. Buffy unexpectedly fct out from his Houfc in Leicefter-Fields far France. Letters by Yefterday's Flanders Mail advife, that 6coc Forces, under the Command of the Prince of Cont*, are deftroy'd by Prince Charles's Detachment, riear Deckendorff.  The Port-Mahon Man of War has taken, and carried into King's Road, Briilol, -the Santa Torfa, of 16 Carriage and r6 Swivel Guns, and 180 Men ; which Privateer is faid to be that which took the Tower-Galley. The Williams, Capt. Griffiths, from London for Haver-fordweft, is taken by the Spaniards and c irricd into Cadiz. Laft Night the Right Hon. the Lords Commifiioners for Appeals gave Judgment in the Caufe before them, in regard to the Claims on tne Le Pierre Jofephj taken by his Ma-jefty's Ship the Squirrel, and nnanimoufly agreed not to receive any Claims on a Spanifh Regifter-Ship. The Encouragement their Lordfhips have been pleas'd to give to �the whole Navy in general, as well as the Captors of this Prize, by their Judgment in this Cafe, will entirely prevent fort the fatuie any unjuft Claims, or tedious Law-Suits, 'after the unwearied Sailor has brought home his Prize to. the defir'd Port, and difcourage hereafter the Spanifh Agents and cl .ndeftine Traders from giving Trouble, Ex-pen cc, and Delay, to the brave and lucky Captors of Spanifh Rcgifter-Ships. � By the Swedifh Ship arriv'd from India we have Advice, th;:t Capt. Martin, of the Pnncefs Mary, died the 24th'of June hit; the Ship loft all her Mails and Bowfprits, and receiv'd other confiderable Damages : The Defiance, Capt. Coates, arriv'd at China, loft her Main-Maft off tne Ladrone Iflands, and had five Men kill'd by Lightening ; and that John Love, Efq; one' of the China Supercargoes, died in his Paffage. We hear from Gibraltar, that Capt. Houghton, only Son to Col. Daniel Hdughton, died there on the 26th of April after a few Days lilnefs. The Lord Wilham Manners, .Brother to his Graoe the Duke of Rutland, is ulk'd.of to fucceed Sir Charles Wag-t as Treafurer of the Navy. The Right ReV. the Bifhop of Durham is gone to Holt, near Briftol, to drink the Waters there. We hear that Robert Knight, Efqj late Caihier of the South-Sea Company, arriv'd this Week at' a Houfc hir'd for him in Gould-Square, near Tower-Hill. This Week died at his Houfe in Smith-Street, Weftmin-fter, John Ifaacfon, Ffq; a Gentleman pofTefs'd of a good Eftate at "Br-ickhill in the County  rk at Wooburn in Bedfordshire, two Matches at Cricket, between eleven Gen.lenien of that Club and eleven Gentlemen of London, for a very con-fiderable Sum each j the firft won by tiie Gentlemen of London, and the other by the Gentlemen of Wooburn. And on Monday the 13th inft.mt t ey play the conquering Game in the Artillery-Ground, London. There is every Evening a very great Re fort of Company a* Cuper's Gardens. The extraordinary Fireworks, which are almoft every Night different, are allow'd to excel all that ever were before exhibited in this Kingdom. On Sunday next two Sermons will be preac/.'d at the Parifh Church of St. Thomas in Southwark, for the Benefit of the Charity Boys educated in the faid Pariih ; that in.the Morning by the Rev. Mr.Banfon, Vicar of St. Bartholomew the Lefs ; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. A'lr. Richardfon, of St. Swithin at London-Stone. ,On Monday next a Cricket-Match will be play'd in a Field by the Cock at Shacklewell, near Stokc-Newington, between eleven Gentlemen belonging to a Cricket Club there, and eleven Genalcmen of the Weftminlter Club, for a confiderable Sum of Money. The Stumps to be pitch'd at One o'Clock precifely. All Perfons-are defir'd to give the Gamefters room, there being a great many Bets depending. The Cnoice of Irifh Stuffs, of- the right and beft fort, in fine Browns, Greys, and all other Colours, and Variety of new Things, &c. at the Warehoufe the'Corner of the Old Baily, on Ludgate-Hdl, occafions a great many Ladies, before they leave the Town, to buy there for them-felves and Friends in the Country. At Ruckholt-Houfe, near Low-Layton, in Effex, on Monday next (and to be continued during the Seaion) wdl be a Grand Concert of Vocal and Inftrumental Mufick, the Vocal Parts by Mr. LOWE and others. Tickets to be deliver'd at the. Door for the Breakfafting, at is. 6d. each ; and for the Evening Entertainment, each Perfon after One o'GJoclc to pay 6 d.  The Mufick in the Morning to begift at Nine, fln.l continue till Two ; in the Evening at Four, and continue the ufual Time j and during Breakfaft-'Fime* none to fmoke in the Hall or Gardens. As tne Pleafintnefs of the Gardens, Fountains, Canals, &c. has occafion'd divers of the Nobility, Gentry, &c. to refjrt there on the Sabbath-''" Day to walk; in order to keep Perfons out t.-.at may give Off--nce to them, none will be admitted but with a Ticket, which will be deliver'd at the Door, at One Shilling'; and that no Advantage may be made, the fimeis order'd to be Cnken for the Ordinary at Two o'Clock, or in any other Reckoning. The Doors free, with French-Horris* and Breaklafting every Day in the Week, . except the above-mention-d ; and every Thing as. rcafor^ble s at ariy Hnui'e whatever. The Nobility and Gentry may have any Quantity of F.lh either alive or dreiVd, t.ie belt of Cooks being provided.. Canterbury, June 1. The Right Hon. the Lord Tyr-connel i^as- been plcafed to prefent the Rev. Mr. Jacob Savignac to the Rectory of onelfmd, in tne County of Lincoln, void by the Refignacion of the Rev. Mr. Gibefj Chnplain to his Grace the Duke of M^nchefter. We are perfuaded that the following poetical Narrative" (afcrib'd to Mr. Lockmali) will .afford ;.n agreeable Enter-tiinment to the Town; as we are afiur'd, by our Cor-refpondent, that it was drawn up from the Relation at large, which the ill-fated Perfon himfelf (the Subject of it) gave, a few Days before his Murder, to the Author of this Poem. The Sufferings of Lewis Lz-Cl ?., (himfelf being fuppos'd to fpeah)   laU Cock to Corxnodort Anson. TO fail to d ftar.t Shores, my Wifhj my Vow, Call'd by brave \ANSON, I theOcem plough. - . With him, beneath the torrid Zone I flew ; And, with Delight," its glowing Profpects view : Serene, the Wonders of the Deep defcry, And the mad Tempefts of C pe Home defy. As late the Heat,  I now refill the Cold ; Blithe, patient, ftout, inquifitive and bold. Re'ach'd the Scuth-Sea, the Spaniards fkad away, Like Woodcocks doom'd the r  in onier ti gather Lw.o^t D mike Pur.cb tbi Day following, being St'.Geor^i Day. ' - f '*H~ tbei bid only bis Waijiceat cil. ^ j A ki'd Co'!ar tea 1 put about bit Neck, tithe* in the &B*geont ii Ltivis Leger affirm'd (the T'Utb of tvbiibfame may fcruple) ibfit-tbt Spaniard! bint notHfir but So'p (balf j Pound a Day.) to eat J vtbitb be �7 too nauf'ius, be ufed to get it fi-M, and tben putcbat'Uftme fair pTOvifur.iioilb the M:ney. ^ He bad 'not ivbtmmtb:il to buy little TP'ax Taptr , ti hicb tbi Rsmail Ca'rbohrki ligbt up before tbetr Crucifixes. �. * * lie ftcvi'd tbefe Ma,k: or Scars (wbicb totrr deep) to Jcvtrai PeijaiS after bis Return f� Sr^lartH. - i     -ft "T^'S wr' ,ttn wt f0T fnm Lftvi   

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