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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 14, 1943, London, Middlesex -to: TUESDAY, June 14, -1743. DeflL "June-'in. ESTE RDAY Afternoon fail'd, the Har^wick, -Hallet, -for Eait India; and the James, B3II, for Antigua. Arriv'd, tne Squirrel Man of War, from a Cmfe-.} the Clarendon, Cropton, and the Parnaffus, Johnfon, both from"Jamaica. Came down, ;he Galloper Tender, and remains, with the Mau of War. WindS. S. E. Yefterday arriv'd a Mail from Holland. Turin, June $. The Marquis d' Ormea, Secretary of State, has by the King's Order wrote to all his Majefty's Minifters at foreign Courts, toinfprm them that the Reports which were lpread of a private Negociation between his Majefty and the Court of Spain were without the leaft Foundation, and that he remain'd ftcdfa'ft.to the Principles he had laid down at the Beginning of the War. Genoa, Ji'??.?6. A Conner puffed by this4?iatc; in kii way from Madrid to Narpfesr'Whv reports, tha.t-upph,'fre(h Scdlicitatioos jRade by the Cb'urrof Spain to that of Prance, to engage them to furrifh a Body t>f Troops %o Don Philip, they had promifetf it, "in cafe the Propofals they had cauled to "be made -to a certain Power, did not meet with the de-fired Succefs. This Exprefs adds", that the Negotiations between the Courts of Madrid and Turin were broke oft. The Matter of a foreign Veflcl lately arrived here report?, that he met near Cape Anzo fhree Engliih .Men 0/ War, one of 80, and �iie.otaer two.of'50 Guns, wyh two Bombs Veflels, failing, towards the Levant. Bologna, June 4. Th^ Aulifisn Troops arc very -quiet in tlieir Camp at Carpi. They wait for,tne Return of an Exprefs difpatched to Turin, to know whether the Pied-xnontefe Troops fhall join them, in order to pafs the Panaro together, and .goIn queft of the Spaniards. Stadamhyfff'June iz. Prince Lobkowitz has laid the BaiUiage ofBurglenfeldt under Contribution for ^0000 Florins, and the neighbcuru;g"Bailiiages in proportion to their Extent. RatiJUan, June .13. Count Keyenhulter and Prirce Lobkowitz met on the iitii in this City, to deliberate upon the further Operations of the C.\mpain. In the Afternoon the Count return'd to his Army near Straubingcn, and the Prince to his Body of Troops wnich-w.is marcrung towards Ingolftadt-, as was alfo the grand Army of Prince. Charles of Lorrain, who Yefterday arriv'd within a League of this Place. Thar Prince not having thought proper to lay Siege to Straubinaeh iri Form, has left a Detachment of his Troops to. bloclc up the Place. Marfhal Brcglio is arrived near Ingolfadt with all his Army, and it's believed that he will intrench himfelf under the Cannon of fhe Place, in hopes of receiving in due Time.the Reinforcement .of .Troops which it's faid is coining to him from France. Count SeckendoriF is likewife .arrived with the, Imperial Army in the Neighbourhood of /ngolftadt. Thc.lluffars, who had been fentin.Purfuit of the French in order to hurafe their Rear-Guard, took near Aberfperg alarge'Quantity'�of'BxggJgc, r.'wovgH which was a Part ot Marfhal BrogVio's. We hear that the 4000 Croatians, Pandours and .Licantans,which Prince Lobkowitz detached towards Kelhtim, having drawn near to, that Place, "the Fn.-r.ch Garrifen thought'tit to retire and ftt nre to the Bridge. The Auftrians^entered Munich on tae gth, and .. clcdaivd the Capitulation,of lift Yc.-.r ihould be rdigioufly obferved, and that neitiier the Palaces "nor Hcufc-s fhc-u'd be touched. 'UlmrJune\$\ Prince Lobkowitz, after u^ving putaGarri-fon into Stadtamljoff, marched the fjnse Day with his Troops, cohfiiling of 20000 Men, .towards tne Danube, . which l^e paffed on.the lztn at Ktlhsim, -from.whence tile � Army Bed G&'.townrds Aitmatcflein, v/hichis bur a League and a half xxom higolftadt. Prince- Charles of' Lsrra'in, who arrived the 8uuMant before Straubingsit, march'd �again the 9th, having left ibme tnoulands of Men to block up that Place. On the 12th he arrived Schilling, three Leagues from Raiifbon, and march'd the next Day 0 .Kelkeim; in order to advance towards, higoljladt., Marina! Broglio arrived the 16th fnftant at Jigoljtadt with the French Army, which encamp'd the 1 ith and 12th under the Cannon of that Place. There has been a pretty fmart Skirmifti near Kelbeim between the French Cavalry and the Aufrriaa Huffars,' which occafioned the Report of a frefh AdHon. On the 12th, Count SeckendorfF puffed the Da-.nule at Vohbourg, and turned with the Bavarian Army towards Ingolfladt. Francfort, June 16. The. French Army, which has .been encamp'd ever iince the i ith at Grand Gerau, being iiirnilh'd with.Pfovifion's for four Days, march'd Yefterday in the.Evening towards Offenbach upon the Main, between, this City and Hanau.. That of the Allies, which has been reinforced, by feveral Hanoverian Hegiments of Horfe, likewife decampM an Hour after Midnight,,andthis Morning they pafs'd ne2r this City. in. their Way to Hanau, in order to be at band to obferve the Motions of the French. Whilft.tb.efe latter .remain'd'.atGrand Gerau, theirHuflars frequentlyappear'd upon the Banks of the Main, over-againft theEnglilb,.and-fameMufket-ShotsAvereexchanged 'between them. Marfiial NoaiHes arriv'd here this Morning; to pay lis Refpefts to the Emprefs, who has" put oft* ber, Departure for Aujbourg tilTthe-End of the Month. The Circle of Franuria is lettouatrng m Qavalry, ia order to put its Troops in a Condition of marching in Cafe of Need. -. I CaJJll, June 43. Prince William of Htfi-Ccffelreturn'd hither from Hanover tne Day before Y-.iierday. The Duke of Cumberland is expected here Tomorrow to' fee his ' Sifter the Princels Mary,"Prince Frederick's Confort, afur which he will go to tne Brit:!h Arlny upifri t.15 Main. Coblentz, June 17. The Hanovcrir.n Cavalry pnif. d the Rhine oh the 15th at Neu-^ied, as did their Artillery the fame Day. Tne firll Column of Hefljans which arrived Yefterday at Neuvjied alfo palled thar-River. The Report of afrelh Adion in Ba-jaria was occafioned by the News of the taking of Kelheim. j Hague, June 20. By the firft feparate Article of the i Treaty of Alliance concluded between her imperial Ma-jefty of all Rujjta and his Bricannick M?jefiy, it is agreed * to invite his Polifti Majefty to accede thertto as EiecW of ! SLaxouyi and by the fecund fepirate Article thereof, the King oi-Prujpa, and the States General of ths United Prorvit(ces, are likewife to be invrt to enter into it. General Diemar, in the Seivico of the Queen of Hungary, arm*. 1 here the" Day before Yefterday with a Comni.ifion" relating to the March of the' 20000 Troops of the R'. pubhek. L O N D* O N. The Comet Bomb, Capt. Barville, arriv'd laft Sunday at Spithead, from Porto Cavallo, with D.l"p:-.tci�es irom Commodore Knowles. The Right Hon. the Earl of Hallifax is dangeroufly ill at his Lordfliip's Hqufe in Audley-Street. Yefterday Prince George, Prince Edward, the PrincrfTVs Augufta and EliZ'beth, Sons and Daughters to their l-'.uy.-l H'ghnefles the Prince and PrinceG ol Wal.s, remov'd tr^m Epibm-to Ciicfdcn for the Summer. . Thorn;croft, Efc;; is appointed to fuecced Cor,ley Windham Eft]; deceas'd, as one of the ciiiei Cltrlvo m t.ie Annuity-Office in his Majfity's Exchequer. Yefterday was J.iuncfi'd at Deptford, tie Berwick Man of War of 70 Guns. The Lords of the Admiralty have appointed his fviaj-jf?y's Ship the Loo to carry the Hon. George Clinton, Lu;; to his Government at New York r on board oi wi.icii he High Water at London-Briclge this Day at 34 Minutes after 4 in the Morning, and 55.after 4 in the Afternoon'.'' Yefterday Bank orc-ch was Y4.8 3 8ths a 1 4th a 3 "aths." India Stcxk .196.. South-S?a b"to.:k- 115. Ditto Old Art-nu:t:es 115 .3 Sths a 1 half. Ditto iNt\* ; 1.5 5 8ths a 3. 4ths. Three per Cent. Annu:tic: 104 3 Sths a 1 half. IJitto 1742, iai 3 Sths a i-half. Ditto 1743, iot'3 2ths a 1 half. r^iii.'ion Bank 118. Equivalent mi. Ka>al "\iiurinc-." 82 3 4ths. Lorxiv^n AftiiraRce 11 7 Pths". Mine Adventure Sharas^ no Price. Engliih Copper 4I. ios. \\ chh ditto, no Pries. African, no Price. Seven pcrCent. Emperor'? Lo:.n.iiQ 1 half a 3 4tus. .F.ve ptr Cent. d
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