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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 15, 1943, London, Middlesex The Daily vei Ktitnb. j$7i. '743- Der,i, June 13 H E Galloper Tender is fuTd to the Weftward. Remains, his Ma-jefty's Ship the Squirrel. Wind ;�aih An Extract of a Letter from the Hague, dated Jung 14. ( Private Letters from forac of the , r moll authentick Perfons in Munich ---- --- ' advife, that the Emperor is in tiie greateft Conilernation from the Condition wherein he finds himfelf, and of which he accafes the French of being the fole C2ufe. It's even pretended tftat tnis Prince hes difcover'd, that ever fince the War began, Marina! Broglio has had private Orders to fpare his. Troops, and not to employ them but when lie could take an infallible Advan--t?.ge. It wasi> for tnis Reafon, he is now fenfible, that this General refas'd the Succours which the King of P raffia, demanded of him ; "and that ini'read of atf-mpt-ing to prevent Prince Charles from palling the Moldaw, he endeavour"d to fecure himfelf by inarching, towards Prague. The Emperor has made very heavy Complaints of this Conduct to his moil Ciinlhan Mitjefiy,-but no Change of Meafures has yet been made in this refpec~t; fo that it's now queftion'd whether Marflial Broglio will ever join the Imperial Army ; tho' it's feid, that airtr being reinforced oy the 15000 Men whicn Murfhul Noaihes has fent him, he wouid, with the Bavarians and the Corps under the Command of Count Saxt, uc equ.J, if not fapr.-ior in Number to the Auitrian combm'd. Army. * Advices hzve been receivM here from Paris, that the Prince of Campo Fiondo, after having bitterly complaint that the Succours of 12 or 15000 Men which had pro-mis'd to ti;e Infant Don Philips had not yet been fent into Savcy, was .-.dmitted to a private Audience of his M.-jefty, wherein he communicated the Contents ol fome Difpatchcs he had lately receiv'd from his.-Court. He was thereby order'd to propofj the Conclufion of the nioli intimate Alliance between Spain and France, in order 10 obtain either by Force or Treaty, Satisfaction to his molt Christian M.ijeily, and a Reimburfement of all the Expeiices which he nas bsen at during the War, and the Sums t'.-it he has lent to the Emperor ; and on the other Hand, a Ccffio'n "of all the Territories which her Majefty of Hungary pofTeiles in Italy. The Queen of Spain n f*> fend of this Project, that in order to have it put in Execution, Jhe offers the King a Subfidy of whatever he fh.Ji demand; and that flie wdlcacfe a Million of Piitoles to be remitted to defrvy the immediate Charges thereof. f\>e principal Articles of this pro-pes'd Alliance are, iii, That neither of the contracting Parties ihould make a feparatc Peace, idly, That they mould act in Concert in every thing. 3dly, That they fhall! not.lay devfti their Arms until they have entirely obtained-'the Ends for which they took them op and ertfer'd into this Alliance, and that to t.Js EiFcii ti-e [ hole Forces v* t!'� 'wo Kingdoms ' ' ' 0 - - ' ' Land, (hoqld be united.' From the Camp at Shier/ing, near Ratifbon, of the i zth of June. On the 9th we put Garrifons into L.indfhut and Munich, in which latter Place we found a confidcrable Magazine. Amberg, Kelheim and Neuftat, are alio in our Hands, fo that almofl all Bavaria is once more conquered as. far as Reichenhall and Land/burg, whither Detachments have been order'd. Our Army has had no Lofs, bat on the contrary is in the bell Condition, and full of Spirits. Liege, June 17. Letters by Way of Prague inform us, that the B.irgemen upon the Danube were ruin'd by the Lofs of their Boats and Barges, the French having funk and deflroy'd all that came within their Power, although many of them were laden with -their own Forage and Ammunition, to prevent their failing into the Hands of the Auftrians, and being made ufe of to traiifport t-ofe Troops a-crofs the Danube. LONDON. On Saturday laft Capt. Thomas Summers arriv'd in Town expreis from on board his Majelty's Bomb-Ketch the Comet, difpatch'd by Commodore Knowics from'the Coaft of Carraccas, who reports, that he left the Squsdran' under the Commodore about the fft of May, at winch time W E D N E SD A V, J u n & 15,_ Yefterday the Judges met in the King's Bench Trcafury, and chofe their Circuits for the enfuing Summer A (Iizes, viz. Home Circuit. Lord Chief Juftice Lee. Mr. Baron Reynolds. Midland Circuit. Lord Chief Juftice Willes Mr. Juftice V/right. We fern Cii cu.it. Mr. Juftice Burnett. Norfolk Cii cult. Lord Chief Baroa Parker. Mr. Juiticc Abney. Oxford' C-:hU. Mr. Baron Carter^ Mr. B-^STr Cir.r!;e, Northern Circuit. Mr. Juftice Denifoi:. Tins fi'ty fS pK'UjPcl, With his Majedy'j Royal Privilege a'nd Licence; No. LXXI. ( A'fo f nt ib-! litflory of tkt TiU aid Pgr *. "We hear Mr. Serjeant Birch and Mr. Serjeant HufVey vviU be appointed, by Commiifion, to go the WelUrn and Nbnhern Circuits. We hear from the Army in Germany, that a few Days fmce died there the Rev. Mr. Mountague, Chaplain to Genera! Pultcney'* Regiment of Foot, and a near Relation to the Earl cf Sandwich and Halifax. On Sanday Night died of the Small-Pox at Cambcrwell, Mr. Walter William Symor.ds, a young Gentleman lately arriv'd from the Weft Indies, where i.e was poff-lVJ of fcveral Plantations. On Monday the Hon. Mr. Bo;ves, Knight of tiic Sh:re for the County of Durham, was mnrried at St. Botolph .Alderfgate, by Dr. Roper, to M;fs Gilbert, Daughter of Edward Gilbert, Efq; and fc-tout immediately witn a gre^t Reiir.ue for her Eat.'ier's Seat at P..ui'i Walden, in iicrt-fordihire. Mr. Bernicr is appointed by the Right Hon. the Lord WjJpole, a Ckrk in his M.jcily's Annuity-Oftice in the Exchequvr. We are affur'd that Mrs. Elizabeth Cock, b:longing to St. bride's Workhoule in Peterborongh-Court. near Saoe-Lane, Fleet-Street, has been lately rclior'd to Siglit by the only Son of Dr. John Taylor, after his Fauci's new Method of Couching. Ycllcrday Robert Cr.therr.ll and Jane Price were committed by Col. De Veil to Clerkcnwell-Bridewell. for healing a gre^t Quantity of Houfhoid Goods and Wearing Apparei from Mr. William Serjeant and Mrs. Mary Broad head, Widow. On Sunday Morning e:rly two Perfons were taken Healing of Lead in an empty Houfe ; the Corner of Charles-Sueet,'Soiio-Square, and were taken to St. Giles's Round-houlV till they could be c^rry'd before a juilice of the Peace j but tne Conflable going about Eight o'Ciock to take them out, they hud bota made their Efcipe, by wrenching-the Staple of the Door off* with an Iron Bar ! brought_,them by ah Accomplice. The laft Day for making the Payment on the Lottery is fix'd by the Act of Parliament for Friday next, the 17th inftant. It is tnocght tiijt ti'.c Price of Tickets will be lower by th.u Time, as the Subfcribers are oblig'd to pay large Sums, or forfeit their former Payment. Next Sunday Morning a Charity Sermon will bepreach'd by the Rev. Mr. Moore, of St, Sen;jLc"f", and Ltilnrei of . . u . St. Uarthciomcv/ the L'.ii, for tlie BiJncht of the Girh that to tws Jii.c^. ti.� be]0,g;ng to Sir George Wheeler's'Cn.tpel in Lsmb-Strett, corns, both by Sea and in the par.fll of Chrilt-Ciiurcii, Spittlehehts. ' On Friday next will be fold in a Warehoufe in Wigan's Key Gateway, Thames-Street, a R.rcei of very luong J.maica Rum, lodg'd there according to the hue Ait ol Parliament, but in 110 Ids Quantities than ten Gal lor.?, and th* Over-Proof to be p.ud for, or ciiarg'd at the Cufiom-IIoufe. The Warehouf? at the Corner of the Old D:ily, on Ludgatc-Hili, fells a great many Itifh Stuffs to Ladies wno are going into the Country, they chufi^g to buy tnem at that Warehoufe, as they can fee great Choice of tiie moll faihionable, and have the right and bell Sort. We are affur'd that at Lowe and Bcrr/s Sr.te Lottery-Office, Tickets in the prefent Government-Lottery are fold and divided into Shares fo advant..gccuily, that any one may extend their Chances in as many diff, rent Tickets as they pleafe at a fmali Expencc. Ail L'ufinds relating to the Lottery will be trar.fided in the molt reguh.r Mit.iod, their Office being fituated free from Noif-and Hurry in Stationers Alley, near Ludgate-Street._ "Tf:g;! V/.-\L-r at London-Bridge tn.s Lay at 15 Mmines after 5 in the Morning, and 36 sftcr 5 in the Afternoon. Yellerday Bank~Siock was 1.-5.S a 147 3 .uns. India under the Uommodoie aooK we .11-------.......Stock 195 1 half a 194 a .half. South-Sea Stock 1,5 they were returning to Antigua, having likewife mifcarried j ^4tn a MS- Ditto Old Annu-.t.es 1.5 3 8chs a . 4th. [nTh ir It^nrpt Ipon Port! Cavallof that the Affiftance Ditto Ntw 1 rS,5 8ths a , 4th a 3 8ths. r r - � ~> - n--� ----- ! .\^..,-t,^ km t half a 1 Sths. Ditto 1742, 104 1 naif a Million 6u;k i f:U !ef>.rurt t> i-bngr fhije Pirjins (if tbtrc bt ,-r;j rra: ti-v'r ciltfe t. furi'b.:i'- .'�v ai.Vr ; or.J Jiis atft Will bt p-il-hfh't: :V,;ihJt r.r fur Sbrrtl f:r Gd ard tit Cfti �i-ucB grant. Njte, The lii;'to:y of ihz Nc\v Icftnoxr.t v M 'nch'ded in about t\\T:i:y fi
The.Hanover, Capr.Northover, from Jamaica, for Briftol,' is unfortunately. loft-.On -Crooked Ifland. On the i8th of April his Majefty's Ship theOrford, Capt. Perry May.he, arriv'd. at Barbadces from-Spithead, with feveral Ships under her tonvoy for that Jflmd. ; and ; fail!d again on the 21 fl following for Jamaica, with 5our StorerShips under her Convoy bound thither. -The King has appointed Jamca Ramfdjen, Efq; in the room of AntiionyGorbiere, Efqi ckceas'd, to be one of his'Majefty's Commiffioneri for granting Wine Licences. Yeflerday^Morning died at his Houfe -iri Old Palace-Yard, Weftminfter, Thomas L:diard, Efq'; late Agent and : Surveyor to the new Bridge at Weftniiniier, and one of Jiis Maje%'� Jufiices of the Peace for tke faid City. 1 11 8. Equivalent 11 1. Royal Ail'uranee 83. i^onden AiTa'rince ii 7 8ths. Mine Adventure Shares, no Price. Engliil. Copper 4I. 10s. Weilh ditto, no Pr;ce. A/Wear, no Price. Seven per Cent Emperor's Lo:n 119 3 4ths. F-.ve p;r Cent, ditto 78 3 4tr.s. Bank C:rculaf.oii 51. j*. 6d. Prcm.: India Bonds 4.1. 8s. a 7s. Pr.m. Three, i.d! S*lt T&JltCt 3,- Prcm. - Three 1 half per Cent. l-�iu eC:'ty>cf London, give �lotice, that they intend to Ictt by feveral Leafes tit following Lots, viz. \. Four Mrffuages cr Tcrewevts at *//'�. dmill-Hillfronting Moo fields ; and eight Mrffr.avcs or 'Tinemerts, with fame Sheds and Ground in r. Cc:tit a:,d Paffagc arjii,iing thereto^ part whereof are i.t the frveral Octupatiom "f Mr. Thomat Corderoy, Mr. Samuel Boddicote, and Mr. U illiam Huttont and the refl are lett to Inmates. 2. Two Tenters in the Tenter-Ground at Windmill-HiUi No. 3 and 13. 3. One Tenter in the faid Gioitrd, No. 23, together- i-i Ahxiiu'rr's T-.'A. -Note, Breakhiftlng as ulual, with Mr. piny tofcrfurra ah the Harp. W - C R o s s - r U R N 1' 1 & T HE Tru lifts for rrpairrvfc the Rov's from jj. tlie'S^ncs End in Kent-Street, Soutliwa.k, to t:.e L:7Tip-Kj'r.s in-Eau-On-cnwich, ncir Blsekhcah, am! hem il-.crrs to Soiirkmid ar.d I^rtfcrl.'Src. ia the jCounty of Kent, have spjviintrd to hcU a Gcneal M='--tii"2 on Saturday, the inftsni, 31 tivc Lk-.vung-Grcw-Hop.re cji-oiackhailh, by Ten in the Forenoon, bsing tlie TJ-.y jj.vointH 1-y AcV of Parliament for the lilcdtiun of new Trullecs, ar-.il ether OHiceis. At the lata; tans\1k widrairjof Dcptford-Cridjev/iii t: takeft CoDuJs.rH!iun, TH E Proprit-t: r> v.i the Ship Sarah and her Oar:.;*, Jofch Id!.-, N'.;tc-, ars i"cf:t'J to n:et at the Fkc�i Tav-rn In Oitnhril, at Six oVi ck tliis Er.-rii^j., on ipecill Aifjin. E"Ft the iSth oF~Apr7f ~st~Mr. rfcrcj1 P^en's, the T5i.fl at NV^vi.tgron. In Kent, * dark-brew* Mate, aboui fcuitesn Hands ht>ih, about live Yeat: dd, with a fmatl Sta* in her Forehead, ar.d her nr^r fr.r.t behind v.hifs. It tiie Owner dots not come and pny lbf her Keeiin^, arj :"sui; hit aw:.}', 13s w:Si bt appraii'd sa4 (eii atooraip.j \q Lav.
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