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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 9, 1943, London, Middlesex                                t t H u R S D A � Y4   J v n * 9 1 743 EM A INS, his Rfcijcfty'a Ship the Augttt Yeiterday arrived the Mails from !! France and Hande � ;>. 'Tis confirmed by the Paris A4a-main, dated June 14, that the King has fent Orders to MarJfcal Noaides with full Powers to aft as he ih.Ul judge proper againlt the Allies, who have thrown three Bridges over the Maix, andarcpsffing that River : 'tis thought that our wholeArmy has by this time pafcM t\\eRbine,znd tiiatthe Artillerydidfolikewife the jtn inltant. 'Tis reported that the King has ordered all our Troops, which are in Bavaria to join, and to keep Pofltflion ot no Place in a Country open on every fide, and where no fecure Retreat is to be had ; and they ^re to retire to IngQiftadi. 'Tis like wife faid, that the Troops wnicn are on tiieir March to Bavaria, have been k-nt thkner only to favour the Retreat of Mar/h:J Brogno, who, a* 'tis faid,    pcrformances every Night. This Wefck Mf.William Wcatherfcone, of Brewers-Street. Golden-Square, was married at Lincoln's Inn Ch:.pel to Mifs Betty C/ouden, an agreeable young Lady, Daughter to dpt. ATcxundcr Crcudcn, Capuin ot the lnvabu* on board Commodore Anfon. .       .        . Yeflerday Elizabeth Williams was committed, to U*fccen-well-Bridewell by Coi. De Veil, for fteahng out of the Lodgings of Mr. John Ycnables, two Silver Spoons, ano feverai other Things. . On Monday next a Match at Cricket will be pby d in the Artillery-Ground, London, between tne NobsLty ana Gcntfemen of the WooLurn CJub in Bed/ordfhire, and wc Gentlemen of London, for a confidetablc Sum oi Mor.17. The Wickets to be pitch'd by One o'Clock on the Forfcituie of One Hundred Guineas. The Ground to be rfd rc-vna as ufual, and all People are defir'd to keep on tne outiiue of the Line.   The Match is to be phyM out. Lall Night the famous Balance-Mailer from Par:s per- j form'd at�the New Wells, Goodman's Fields, and met j with very great Applaufe,  and will perform different G'ref^Tcfr.Od? c I_ovVp\ J.:ne.S, 1745. TT/H F R F..-< -V fbf P  llorfc and Mail, a'd the feve* at Letters therein fo>- f.xct?> , Lordctz, Ptiflol, a.id 7trer P'lures -* 'ihe P--.fr- 'a .V *-(rL-. -o?er it acn-iainl the Pubk?k\ it;:.' -r.-Tir r j&r.l' a ppt c:>> d a f:d f'^vJ, or Ca*f$ (0 be p,r/> e:d>d �/,! nnv T'ds tie Pffn cr Pe-Jo-is wt.-o commit. d 1 ->:s Rcrlei y, v.;// he exti'l. d r? a Kev.a. d rf 7v:6 Iii,'i:d--ed P:u:;,?':. otfi s t 'v: ktwa d /.wv*? !ry Jtt af P   >nd.of Il-v'j-.vevne'r ; or if ti,i>; r*rf;n or Pc-j ?isy 'ivhetber Accomplice or .'Ice��mpficss in Vz faid [iih* bry, or Anonirc- thereof ibnll ma k: a D:n-*vc' y, v� ebj the Perjvn or Perfons who cewnitted t'e Jaws rryty be afp>t-bant.-d and bronchi to jfujiice> fieh Dtjci\e! er -\liII, tipon CoKvitlior. of the Pert)- cr Pa-firs% be entitled to the jam? Reward; and alfo have bis Mbiejl^s mi ft rrac-ous. Pardol;* had abandoned Stravbingen. An Exprefs has brought Advice, that Count ^axe has entirely quitted the Upper Palatinate except AmiKerg% where he has left three B.itUlions, which all to^eti.er, Ottiw-rs included, amount tO-ouLy 1300 Men ; and mat on t.c 30th of the laft Month, ali the &:ck wert n inov'J outo/ tlie ^tt>*; and alfo fince that time they have been remov.ng t.e Ammunition, Corn, &c and that the Gaxriion has Orders to abandon that Foil, in cafe t;.e Enemy appears before it. Letters from Bavaria, dated tb.e4.tt1 initant, advife, that the Marquis de Chaveron, who was quarttr'd at Sciomtlie, wliere he commanded a Party of 253 Men, hiving received Advice that the Enemy were marching towards nim, Mat General immediately quitted his Poft, and retired to Kel-beim, on the other Side of Ratijbon, An Extraft of a Letter from the Haguf, dated June 11. 1 The Council of State is wholly employed in regulating * the March of the zoooo Men granted to her Majrfty of 4 Hungary, and have the more Trouble therein, as none � of tne Troops of the Repartition of thofe Provinces < which have not confented can be employed ;  but we * flatter ourfelves they will foon change their Notes. If 4 Succefs continues to f.tvour the Arms of that Princefs, * there is no L'kelinood that thefe 20000 Men will pafs * the Rhine, efpedatly as the Members of the Govern-� ment have been lately inform'd that France is going to � form a Cnmp of between 20 an J 30000 Men upon the * Frontiers of Hainault. This Con u& of the Court of .* France fufficiently dii'covers what Views it h-id upon the � Lonv Countries, in Cafe Fortune had fovour'd its Arms in * the Empire, and jufttfies the prefent Conduct oi the United < Provinces,  whicn would not fuffer thc�nfelvcs to be * lulPd afieep by the intoxicating Declaration of the Mar- ^ quis de Fen." n, and by the emphatical Letters of Mr. * Van Hoey, the States Amb   tr:�t t!:ey have car/fed a . j d'flifguifJjing li bodT Buoy to be pi iced r.s near as plfflf** to the H rjlwaid of the Wjeck in   the Old Channel,  be-tween the 11 oolpack and Spell Sands. High Water ;>t L'.>nuo*.-lir.d^e tfvs> Day ^t 11 tvi u. s arter 12 in the Morning, and 45 after 12 in the Afternoon. Yellerday Bank Stock was 148 3 4ths a 7 St; s .1 5 Sr s a 3 4ths. India Stjvk 197 a 19& z half. Soutn-Sejo oc!: 115 7 Sths.   Ditto Old Anr.u 1 c-5 115" 3 4ti.s a 3 Stiis. Ditto-New 1 16 a 115 3 4ths.    Three pti e^.it.   �nnutc ic4 1 half   D tto 1742.   104 1 half, a 101 7 8ths. Mdbon B-^nk \ iS.   Fr,uival-nt 1 1 1 *fo   be   S �J 1, i;, AL L thp Mat* :aU of .be old firtU-liHTf of St. Bartholomew" s llvfpltal, the Pur chafer Jo be at the Expeuce of pulling down the fa tne and den* ii?gthe Ground* A Committee of the Governors mill meet at the Compiivg-Heufe there on Trre'fday next,   at Ten dCLck in th :c'Fc; cnoon 0 ar to receive Prcpofals fur. fjch as aie minded to purckafe the fume. In the n;edn lime a particular sicecunt of tht '''id old Bui/di'gs may be had, and the fame viewed, bj E qi>try at tie Cimptixg-H' nfe afhrefaid. '\ j L) 1 i l     in iir r b .v'e 11 u� t'lv- k-ii;c rs   ;*     -"' tv.pi: y oc h:* M j '>v*s S' In Ox � H, w')^ were on bcurd at t    t �k "ivjl rt \W- JVze Sinfi i'oj n, \h k tht-y ;i'v r-.^r.v? tiic\i fcvefyl n ^ ! . n 'i      r-Ki: ,     Th .Vny t\\c i    ir.J^     and the Shares ot't"ucr| j Aflurarci* 82. London Aflurapre 11 3 4-tlis. Mine Ad* venture Shares, no Price.    F.n^ifh Copper 4i. 10s.    v^'c'ih ditto,   no Price.   Afncnn,   no  Prxe.   S'-*vfn  pvr Ltr t } Empen r's i o'.n i 19 3 4ths.    F'v:- pir Cent. d:tto 78 1 h ntli rL>r ture:" Ycls atrer. B_ t7~ f ~H   N   A~ L - (7   KEEN. Lottery-Tickets ill. 14s. 6d. 15s. L O N D O N. The Letters by Ye/lerday*s French Mail import, that the Charming Mary, Capt. Hayes, from London for Gibraltar, was taken by the Spaniards, and carried into Malaga, at which Place they had a Privateer of twenty-four Guhs, and upwards bf two hundred Men, ready to fail. , The fame Day Advice, came that his Mrjefty's Ship the Squirrel, Capt. Geary, took laft Friday Evening a Spanifh Privateer of fourteen Carriage, fourteen Swivel Guns, and one hundred and fifty Men, near Blacknefs, on the Coaft of France. The fame time came Advice that three Spanifh Regi-fter Ships were arrived in the Ports of Spain, viz. one from the Carraccas, and two from La Vera Cruz.. The Mary, Capt. Hill, from London, is arrived at Genoa; and the Maremaid, Capt. Chajtle, from London, is srriVd at Leghorn.    . We hear their Royal HighnefTes the Prince and Princefs of Wales tviil remove irom Epfom to Cliefden the 14th inftant, fcr the Summer. This Week died at Laleham, near Staines, Edward Gibbs, Efqj who was formerly one of his Mujefty's Meffengers, but a confidera"bIe Eftate falling to him, he rqfign'd, and has refided at Laleham for fome Years. .On Tuefday was married at Whitehall Chapel, Francis Naylor, Efq; of Suflex, to Mifs Charlotte Aliion. "Sunday Taft Richard Shordiche,  of Icke'nham, *near , Uxbridge, Efq; was married to Mils JodrelJ, Daughter of j jV/l Hawkers and Pe lits C'fiic:   Holoom-Court, Gray'fc I*n, M ;>� 26,  1743. 1^ is lo pir No*ice* Umf yvarly Uce'ice.\ as ufitab will begin to be deliver d out on Monday the 20tk ofji^rc  cxt* and daily Attendance is corflantly given (Holidays excepted) from Aine in the Motning till Twelve, and from Tvjo in the Afternoon till Five ; therefore all Perfons concern d, are defir d to apply to the Office above-, mentioned for Licences, and not to depend on the ^uncertain meeting with the Purveyors in the Country, who have firicl Orders givon them to apprehend and profecute with the utmojl Rigour, all fuch Hawkers as they fiall at any time of the Year find trading without Licences, irt Eri-mr'T. an i^ctcf" fVi'iMmrnr to m?ke the Hrmbt of -B-thnaN Otth, in die Han.h rt :-t D.nl^n, Nu; r.e/. in the Councy  r Middlefar, ti T/pr.re aal dii'i iii* hf nnd tt>r i p:^in� a V?.:\ h Church therein, ic. pve Ncit'C^ ti'.at ih^y v>-i;t mi'tt ;�t ih*: T-Avn Hou'e in Sc. John*Street �n the 'aid H-n->i)?*', T ^ -^ih in'."!:-; at Four (/Ciock in the Ar'teinoon, * si Bufm-rs letting to the Tiuft. A. Bn!ron^ Clerk. James's, tt''tjimtnjter. H E Workhonf- or difcrnV.ru**d, tKen1.      rrv*rol p^or B�iy"> ar.i to be pat cut Apprcnt'crs Ha dici.-ft Tr^f'e- and Murwn-: v j ;>n-\ N-.^fcs a e warned to t -ke Cam ot' ievcr^l y^unr-r Ch:ld en 5.1ging t-"� t e u'u Tarifh; Tbs C'huirhwnr.'ens snd Qvaieris of -h*? Po �r cf       iaii i ari^i do therefore g-vc Notice, tint *he\ intt*"d to rrr*r in th^ Vc(t> v-Row. bjl"nt;:n^ to thi^" Pa'�Fib on r.Lmhy nexc. tbt        inrr*nz, zr Trn oVjvck in rhe Forenoon, rr� t e�: wvh ir.v Pe-ii-ns or' vreH:r (�i�;t rt fi j nu in ihc fold Parirti) about hinii-g cult I'ch rf'rJ-e 'oic4 po^r Ch:ia^fa    r , t f.rw L / � �       � *    T           �  ' rcvlnccd, and ha� pet a Swp'/rt T- r h: ul'l: ar-d Ids family. Nofe, '\ he EVil^nn w\l 1-e on >i*'tu>i"-er-f>v. nrd yn�r PtflUicneT begrf the Favocrs of hi* tVier-ds n>.t :o leiv^ \:e        rili the �it\lt*oq is i>vcr. c/"        City  of London. 'to tre 
                            

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