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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 11, 1943, London, Middlesex                                SAt U k DA Y,   June ii,  i 743- Deal, Juke 9 |pjAME dawn- and fail'd, the Eh'za-^}., beth and Ann, Purchase, for Leghorn j the George, Hart, for Lifbon; and-the Gibratar Packer, Rais, for Portfinouth.   Wind N. by E. Yeflerday arrived a Mail from Holl , N D Pei'erjburg, May 28. It's affured that her Jmperiai Majefly, befides th.it Part of Finland which is on this fide of the Kymen, demands Hdfingfori-. with its Diftrict, and a Territory tipon the Gulf of Finland. We have juil received Advice, that the Emprefs'3 Squadron of Galleys having met with, that of S^Axden off Heljingfars, a fharp K=gag*-�nem enfued, wherein many were- luffed and wounded on both Sides, and that the Ruffians had takeh two Frigates and a Felucca. Stockholm, June 7. We have received Advice of a Sea-Figut between our Galleys and thofe of Ruffia. It was very ih?.rp, and continuc-d four Hours. The Ruffians had two G--lleys funk, and five others w:re difabled. We had only 150 Men. kill'd and wounded. The Damage we received is fo inconfidernblc, that it may be repaired in three or four Days time. The great Prahm called tne Hercules, fufferud much from a Battery which the Enemy had erected on the Coafts. An Exprefs is likewife arrived from Abo, which brings News that the Swedifh Fieet, confining of nineteen Ships'of the Line, befides Frigates, &c. wns, arrived off iiangut; that the Ruffim Galleys were melted by the Iil.ir.ds of Gottingcr, but were between our Fleet and Galleys. This Exprefs, it's laid, alfo brings Advice, that the Preliminary Articles of Peace between Sweden and RuJJia were to be figned at the Congrcis on the 10th by the Mjniliers Plenipotentiary of the two Powers. The Court has likewife received Advice, that General Freuden-feld had beaten a large Detacnnient of Ruffians, and had taken the Town of Uhfo, whereby the greatefl Part of Eaftern Bothnia is regained to the Dominion of Sweden. Madrid, May 28. The Datn.igc which the Fire occa-fioned that lately happened at Cadiz, amounts to at leaf! 100000 Piaftres. The Treafurer-General has, by order of the King, made a Remittance of three Millions of Platters to his Majefly's Armies in Savoy and Lombardy. Nice, May 29. We have received Advice, that one of the Englifh Men of War that truife npon our Coafl have taken a Spanifh VefTel, on board of which was a large Sum of Money for Count Gages, Commander of the Spa-Bifh-Army in Lombardy. Aujbourg, Jane jo. On the 5th ai Night Prince Charles of Lorain, with his Body of Troops, pafs'd the Danube, and immediately advane'd. toward? Pladling, whereMar/hal Broglio was encamp'd with his Army. The. Marfhal judg'd from the-Difpofitiohs of Prince Charles, that he defign'd to cut off his Communication with Straubingen, and the Quatters towards Ratijbon j whereupon he abandon'd Pladling, and in the Evening encamp'd at Straubingtn. On the 7th be continued his March by the Side of the Danube, and was join'd by tiie Troops polled along that River. On the 8th he arriv'd at Prutl, near Ratijbon. During th�fe three Days March, the Pandours and Croa-tians continually harrais'd the Frenchi part of whofe Baggage is fallen into their Hands. The Hufiars have like-wife taken fome Waggon-Loads of the Equipage of Marfhal Broglio. Count Kevenhuller, who had afTembled the Body of Troops under his Command, having on the 6tii heard that the French were retir'd from Pladling, march'd immediately towards Landjhut, in order to attack the Bavarian Troops under Count SeckendorfF; but upon his Arrival before that Place in the Evening, he found it abandon'd, and put an Auftrian Garrifon into it. He heard there, that Count SeckendorfF with his Troops were retiring towards Ingoljiadt, The Auftrians the fame Day took Pof-feflion of Mojbourg, Aerding, and fereral other Pofls upon the Jfer, almoft as-far as Munich. On the 8th, his Imperial Majefly and the Royal Family arriv'd in this City, and are lodg'd in the Palace of Count Fngger. Marshal Broglio encamp'd but one Day near Ratijbon, On the 8th at Night he withdrew the Garrifon from Weix, and burnt the Bridge over which lie had paffed the Danube. The next Day in the Morning he paffed that River above Ratijbon,' in" Order to march with the French Army to Ingoljiadt. . Count SeckendorfFarnVd on the$�th with hisArmyat^A-hourg, between Kelheim and Ingoljiadt. We have receiv'd Advice^ that the Auftrian Troops which took Land/but, had plunder'd that Town> and that Crunt Kevenhuller had caufed a Detachment, to march towards Munich, from whencethe Garrifon had retir'd on the 7th to join Couat SeckendorfF. ~ . Jlatijbon, June. .10. Prince Charles with his Army is arriv'd near Straubingin, where there are only fome Imperial Troops,- the French having quitted it to foflowthe reft of their Army. That Prince is fpeedily'expected in thefe ^Quarters, in. order to .join Prince Lobkowitz, and march, together tewa.rds Ingoljiadt.  /    Cobfentz, Juite \\. A Courier is arriv'd in" the Ca'mp of the Duke d'Aremberg, with News that a very {harp Action has happen'd near Voh^nrg between the Imperial and French Army, and that of Count Kevenhuller. Frattcfort, June 13. The Earl of Stair being inform'd1 of the Motions of the French in the Bergjirafe, detach'd' the Duke of Marlborough With 4000 Men to advance on, that Side. On the 8th, News arriv'd in the Britifh Camp that Marfhal Noailles had paffed the Rhine with the greateit� part of his Army, and had been join'd by feveral Detach-; ments polled on both Sides of the Keckar, and was advancing in the BergJlraJJe. The Night following, the Englifh Troops leaving taeir Tents and Baggage, decunp'd from Keljierbach, in order to advance towards Rujfelheim. The Auftrian and Hanoverian Troops which were on this Side of the Main, at the fame time pafted it and joined the Englifh on the 9th. On the 10th the ally'd Army were all Day under Arms. The advane'd Guard of the French Army arriv'd in the Afternoon in the Neighbourhood .of Trebar and Gerau.  .and the Auftrian Huffarsj ' being cloie at their HeelSi toek feveral Magr.zines, and ' got great Booty : in fadl, the French fly like Lightning ' before the Auflrians. Count SeckendorfF has alfo aban-' doned the Ifer. ' We have juft now Letters from Leipfiek with the ' important Advice, that a Courier paffed by that Pkec * with News, that on the 10th inflant there happened a 4 fharp and bloody Engagement at Vohburg, near Ingol-' fladt, between the Aullrians, under the Command of ' Prince Charles and Count Khevenhnller, and the com- * bined French and Imperial Troops under Marihal Brog- * lio, Count d# Saxe, and Marihal SeekcndoffF1 wherein  the lail were entirely defeated, with the Lofs 6f 66ed ' kill'd, and a gre.-.t Number taken Prifonsrs.' On Thurfday Night the "'Countefs rf Wmcheifca waS faftly dcliver'd of a Daughter, at his Lordfhip's Houfe iri Sackvillc-btreet. On Thurfd.-y Night -Pennyman, Efqj aGloacefter* {hire Gentleman, was married to Mifs Coddringtonj Daughter of the late Sit William Coi'dcington, Bart. On Thurfday Morning t'..e R'ght Hon. the Ear{ or* CirJiJfe, and his new-ovrried L-idy, ftt out with a great Equipage to his Lirdlhip's &jat at Long-Orton in" Han* ungdonfhire. On-Thurfday the Governors of Sr. George's Hofpital at Hyde-Park-Corncr, at a General Court, agreed .to pull down the old decayed Buildings b ckwards, which have laid ufejrfs for font!' lime, and inftead of it to erect a grand Wing, Which when completed, will ciake it one ot the moll commoJious Hofpitals for the Sick and Lame Poor in Europe. The Richmond, Capt. Burn, from Jamaica; and the. Palladio, Capt. Herbert, from Nevis, are both arriv'd off Dover. Oh Thurfday laft Mr. Samuel Trcnoweth, a,very eminent and wealthy Gold and Silver Laceman in CoWnt Garden; was married to Mifs Pw.tty Williams, (Sifter to Mr. Lawrence Williams, Merchant, in Tower-Street) a moll agreeable young Lady, endow'd with every Accompliih-ment that is capable of tendering the Fair Sex amiable, and her Confort happy ; but particularly remarkable for her Good-Nature and ferene Difpolition of Mind j with a Fortune of 50001. 1 On Thurfday died at his Lodgings at Hn-mpttead; Mf: Savage, Mailer of the George in irjnmong.f-Lane. Yeilerday Morning early feveral. Gentlemen,, who, were in Liquor, quarrelling with the Watchmen in the Strand; a Fray enfued, wherein feveral of the Cbnftahles and Watchmen were wounded, and fome of the- Gentlemen taken Prifoners. Yeflerday was feiz'd at the Cuilom-Houfe by Mr. Ad-difon* one of the Land-Waiters, cdr.ceal'd in two Barrels of Raifins, two Tin Cannifters, containing feveral dozen of fine Silk Handkerchiefs, fome Gold and Silver L"cej feveral Pieces of Gold and Silver Pubbon; and feveral Qther Things of great Value. Yeflerday Morning early a Wefl-Cduntry Barge run over: a tilted Boat at Hungeribrd-Stairs, in which" Were the Waterman and his Son afleep ; but rhe W: t?r bring deepj the Mam and his Boy were both taken up by the Boati putting off, but with great Difficulty, tlu:i ! Mr. Brett: The Breakfafling to begin at Nine o'clock in the Morning. The Tickets in the prefent State-Lottery are now delivering at the Bank ; and all Perfons poffefs'd of the Rcceipti given by Mr. Richard Shergold, Printer to the Horn the* Commiffioners of the Lottery, may have them exchanged for Tickets at his Office in Pope's Head-Alley* over-againft^.the Royal Exchange, Cornhill, and be fupplied with Tickets, Shares and Chances of TicketSj at the loweft Price. A Regifter-Book is kept there, and for Six Pence per Ticket any one may have an immediate Accouni fent thetn of their Succefs, if in Town ; and by the firft Poft to any Part of Great-Britain or Ireland. Thd abovefaid Richard Shergold buys and fells by Commiffionj South-Serf, Bank and India Stocks, witli the feveral Annuities, India Bonds, Navy ard" Victualling Bills, wit' all Government Securities. All Letters out of the-Country (Poll paid) will be duly anf.ver'd. High Water at London-Bridge this Day at zo Minut after 2 in the Morning,. and 47 after 2 in the Afternoon. Yeflerday Bank Stock was 148 5 Sths a 1 4th.   Indi Stock 196 1  half a 195 a 1 half.   South-Sea Stock 11 5 8ths a 1 4th.   Ditto Old Annu-tes 115 1 4th a 1 hal a cj 8ths;   Ditto. New 115 1 half a 5 Sths.   Three p Ccnr. .Annu res ir4 l half a 1 4th.   Duco 1742, 104 1 ha' a 1 4th.   Ditto 1743, 101 3 8ths a 1 8th. - Million B/ Pf:ce.   Seven per Cent Emperor * loin 119 j 4fh� 1 half.    F;ve p*r Cent, ditto 78  1 half a 3 4th*.    Ban. CircufEt-.on.^}. 7s. 6d. Prem.   India Bonds 4i. 10s. a 6 a 7s. Prt-m.   Three" 1 half Salt Ts.!l:es 3, Prem.   Thre J half per Cent. F.rchequer Ordrrs ^  Prem.   Three p Cent, ditto 3 4iha, Drfc.   Lottery-Tickets til. 14s. i&<   

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