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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 16, 1943, London, Middlesex THUR S D A Y, J i> s*7r i6, ; Yefterday *rriv F l a a d v.. r s� Rome, June 2 Deal, June 14. ^ AME down and fail'd, hi? Ma-jeft's Sloop the Ferret. Came down, the Matilda, Wilds, for Gibraltar j the Francis, Warren, for Lifbon; the William, Cuttalh, for -Jerfey ; and the Ifaac and Elizabeth, Matthews, for Port/mouth, bt'J and remain in the Lowns, With his 35,! Majeiry's Ship the S^uiwl. Wind South-Weil. ,the Mails from France and *Tis reported that Mr. Thtfnn has re-fceiv'd Advice, cl^at the definitive Treaty of Alliance is con-�tludi;d between the Coum of Vienna and Turin* Genoa, June I. The unlimited Power which the ^. Council has given to toe little one, with regard to the Di-' j-eftion of Affairs in Cor/tea, has greatly alarmed the Court of London, which believes that this Step is taken in order to Iceep more fecret fome Treaty with the Spaniards relating to the Sale of the Ifland. We are advifed from Majorca, that fome heavy Artillery and Powder were embarked there on board 16 Siambeches and a Pink, but where de-fign'd for is not known. Hanover, June 73. It's allured that at the King's Return to England, the Princefs Louifa will come here to efpoufe the Prince Royal of Denmark, but there is yet nothing certain concerning the M.irri.ige of the &ihop of Lttbeek with another Princefs of England. Pat-is A-la->nain, June 21. We have receiv'd Advice from the Arti:? upon the Rhine, thnt Marflul Noailles being informed chat the Englifh, who were enc-imped on this Side the M+ine, were beginning to retire, put himleif at the Head of fome Dragoons and Huflars, and advanced towards thru River, but found that the Englifh had rep:ifl'>.'J it, who were ftill in Sight of our 1 roops, and hud taken away a Boat of their Bridge; the M.-.rfharpaufed the-General to beat, and crdere,d the Bridge to be repaired, and fer.t fifty-Gren.'.diers to guard the Head of if; our HufLrs took live Men and two Women, who were immediately fent back, and the Duke de Ciiartres gave each of thtm fix JUouis d'Ors. Thefe Advices add, that our Army confUis of 62 Battalions and 71 Squadrons. This Event his caufed us to advance our Camp as far as Geranu, where we ftuil ib.y fome time. There is a Talk of caufing our Bridges to fill down the River to Oppeheim. girt Extraof a letter frontJ? a r j ?, dated June 22. The late Emperor Charles the Sixth laid, not long * before his Death, that the good Succefs of the Hoafe of � Azjfoia was buried with Prince Eugene. We with more � jbllice may Ly, that the good Fortune of France is � departed with Cardinal Fleury; for iince his Death Ihe � ha3 had nothing but ill Succcfs on all Sides. The Court * has juft receiv'd Difpatches from Conjiantinople, which * are a frelh Proof of it. That great Mirufier the Cardinal * had enter'd into fo important a Negociaton with the * Porte, that on i:s Saccefs depended the Fate of Germany * and the North; and this Negociation, whion at his � Death was upon the Point of fuccceding, has been defeated, as appears by the Declaration which the Grand � Vizir has juft made to the Marquis de Caftellane, im-� porting, that his Highnefs was refslv'd religioufly ..0 ob� * ferve the Treaties he had enter'd into with the Chriftian * Power*, efpecially fo long as they fhould faithfully keep ' tbefe Treaties on their Side. The politick Cardinal had * nothing lefs in View than to bring the Turks to the * Gates of Vienna; and on the other hand, engage the * Tartars to enter Rujfta, and make a Diver/ion in favour of * Sweden. The King has held three Councils at Choify upon * thefe Difpatches, wherein it has been refolv'd to fend an * extraordinary Minifler to Conjfantinople, ancTimmediately * to catjfe the Marquis de la Chetardie to fet out for ' Ptttrjburg, where he was look'd upon with -a favourable 4 Eye. Fuflt Prefentfr will be fent to the Grand Signior ; * and it was propos'd to fend a Miuifter into Perfia, to * offer the Mediation of the King to Tbamas Kouli Kan ; * W this Propofition was not agreed,'to, becaufe of the ' Difficulties that were likely to attend its Execution, and * the time that fsch a Negociation would require. * Mr. Buffi having informed the Court what had ' paffed in his Conferences with the Britifh Miniftry, and * the Anfwer they have received from Hanover updn, his * Propofitions, has been recalled,, in order to have his yer- * bal Report, and that he may have frefh Initru&ione before * he attends his Bri tannic! Mjjeily at Hanover.'' L O N DON. They write from' Paris, that they had Advice from Itfadxid, that the Queen of Spain was fo dangeroufly ill that her Life was defpaired of. Yefterday the Court-Martial ended at the Tower on the Scotch Highlanders, but they will not receive Sentence till *ext Week. . Mr. Judge is appointed by the Lords of the Treafury a Land-Waiter in the Port of Xondoh. We hear that Mr. James Douglas fucceeds his Father, deceas'd, as Maftor of the Waggons belonging to the Army under the Command of the Right Hon. the Earl of Stair. Laft Weekdfed in Cornwall the Rev. Mr. He'arle, Chap-hin. to his Royal Highnefs jhe Prince of Wales. tefterday ook�, aa �kokqc Mailer Builder -cf Mi City Laft Saturday the Rev. Mr. JoHb Bewiman *vas inducteep into the Living Of St. Alb^n hr Wood-Street and St, 01 ive in Silver-Street, being, prefented thereto by the Pro-voft and Fellows of Eton. We hear a Man is taken Up for robbing the Barnftapie Mail. Yefterday William Bilhop was committed to Clerkenwell-Bridewell by Col. De Veil, for entering feveral Hou'fes ih the Night near Soho-Square, and llripping them of a vail Quantity of Lead ; and a Warrant was immediately iflued againft the Receiver, who Is very riotad for receiving Lead knowing it to be ftolen ; but he is fled for the fame. Tomorrow will be fold in a Warshoufe in Wigan's Key Gateway, Thames-Street, a Parcel of very ftrong Jamaica Rum, lodg'd there according to the late Aft of Parliament, but in no lefs Quantities than ten Gallons, the Over-Proof to be paid for, or charg'd at the Cuitom-Houle. - ' .... 'SIR, REgard for Mankind, and Gratitude to my Deliverer, engages me in this publick Manner to make it knowr., that I have been airlifted with the Worft of Ruptures thefe twenty-two Years part, in which Cafe I have had from time to time the Advice of the mofl eminent Surgeons, Sec. and made Ufe of all kind of TrufTes to no EfFlft, but made me every Day worfe than other; till I was recommended to Mr. Smyth, Surgeon,' at his Houfe in Featherlkmc-Building?, Holborn, who in a (hort time, without the Ufe of any Trufs, effectually cur'd me, and many others who I have feen and fpokt; to ; which I am ready to teftify before all Trufs-Makers, and others, who may doiibt the Truth of what I alTert. Witnefc my Hand, Thomas Jones. Hign Wsrer xt London-Bridge tms JJay at 1 Minu es after 6 in the Morning,, and a^after 6 in the Afternoon. Yeilcyday-Bank stota was 148. India iitJvk 194 1 half a 195 1 +ch. South.Sea Stock 1(5. Ditto Old Annuities 115 1 4th a 3 8ths a 1 4th. Ditto New, no Price. Three per Cent. Anru te5 104 3 Sths a 1 half. Ditto 1742, 104 3 8ths a 1 half. .Ditto 1743, 101 114th. Million Bank ji8. Equivalent 111. Royal Aflur^nce S3. J..ondcn Affurance 11 3 4ths. Mine Adventure Sha res, no Price. Eiglifh Copper 4I. 1 os. Wclih ditto, no Price. African, no Price. Seven per Cent Emperor's i.oin 119 3 4ths a 7 8ths. Five per Cent, ditto 78 1 half a 5 Sths. Bank Circulation 5I. 7s. 6d. Prem. Indr* Bonds 4I. 7s. a 8s. Prim. Th|�� i' iialf Salt TaJlics 3, Prem. Three 1 Half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prem. Three per Cent. ditto 1 half, p;fe. Lottery Tickets ul. 14s. a 6d._ Admiralty-UfBce, June 15, 1/43. TH E Leave of Abfence given to the Petty Ojficers and Seatgen belonging to Iris Majejifs Ship the Strafford,
iid manly Voiqe, with all riher bodily Parts .vrjveable anJ fjj; 4bic riitrft : TUp TJ'toacq'raint the feenvngly ingMu.jis Female A-lvevtiwr, .dut.5. S. darei.V* fetter h'tH-felr", he may poiliiu'y have the good Fortune to nieec with hir Appr bitiO/J upon Trial j whichj if he doer; he hopes lu ratter to lulfcubc hunveif Her unworthy, ttri bcr , mjt aJfeHionate Hvf&mi, lv , S.. S. , Note, A Man rrmft be very ill <*oalified tpdeeri for fi.?g-rtabJe a CieatureJ as (he ftho' modeft.y) fays others think ihir.is, i�he dil r-t make it l.i fiifl Enquiry where to b- lionour'd with a Meeting from her.: I therefor* entr: at her to tfecfy in Fray's Adverti'Hr, whvn and v hc:e ft; will pteafe ro indulge mej who am between twenty and thi.ry Years of~Age^ with i Siphv of h' i. . . LL Ptrioi-.s indfbe-d o che i Ha e ot Mr; _ Charles Mi^ctit!!, late of London-Brid;;e, Hi;p-\.'erchart, d^ceai'd,' are forthwith re y the Line to Mr. G m.*e *.v! yw.ill, "~ con'ft, b Diftaff-L.and, F.n-?y-S::e�r, Ex-cuti-s t Av.a Creditor; to the Dccci'/J aie dellr'd tt. kiid t.'.cir Aicg Mr. WK^.v-ill.____ H K R E A S ch^-re is n w rernaining a fmail Pare 1 of Goods, '^hi:h was renviv'd from Cittorr's Whaif/ ht: in the'PoffdJiin o". Mr. Djn''<-1 M-m.^-u-; t.ii is i-i give Nui/e the O--' ers to come and t.-ke tt.rrni av.0.1 01 before '.he lit Day July next, othe vrl'f. :hey will be f iid to p^y v.'h.irges. Enquire for Edmund Pirje, af the Con.p t -.t-riju': -:n the faU Whnrf. W Tobac- II r'erl-.)r.s tlwt ire n-^ to the aforvfaii to r.e rrH E n\r^ Lorcc.y ii k t Jt 51S5, advertis'd to be left, arc fine; f_ynJ, mill'W. NO 5181, tO dny being onij ABlack New.ra ;. Woman., ' ;ib mc nineteen Years old, with two Letters on her Ereaff'm^i S-'iouider, made he* Efcape out of the Ship Hann-ih, Cup:. Fowler, f. i fxtiwcx, the Oth tnst; goes by the NafJie ot Saliinah, is t h� middle, and a Silver Stcck-Buckk with tht L-'tiers I.. T. on it, wc-.e fieloi.ioufly 2rd forcibly takdi tnim a young Gentleman who w.-s t'ecoyM into a b id Houfc by tv?o Womeri. of the Town, where he was put in great rear of his Lifo, and thofe Things taken lum him: Whinvrr hriniis tiufe Tt�n?s to Mr. Edwafd Cuter, CJoldfmitb,, at the Unicom in RuMrl-Sneet, Covent-Gaidcn, lhlll% receive Five Guineas Reward for the Whole, 0; in l'roportion for any party and r.o Qiieftions alk'd. , O S T about ten Days a�o,' otic ot" fhe _ Hwife of Mr. James Rkhardfon, at the Falcon in* Shosmaker-RowV near Aldg.ite, a Qiiart Silver Tankard, a little bruifed on tit! Handle, the Knob oft" the Bottom of the Handle, and mark'd under' the Lid upwn thi |-Hendle IR P. Whoever Will bring the ("aid Tankard to the Howie afortf-faid, (hall have a Guinea r>rul a Half Reward, and no Q'ueftioris alk'd j if offer'd to pawn or fell, pray ftop it, ar)d you Oplfhlv^ thV fame Reward. . _ ;Tf. - V D ROPT out of a Gentleman's pocket Yefterday Mi rning, near the upper: Gate of St. James's Parkj a*Silve^ Watch, that mews the Day of the Montk, with a Cypher and. EarVsj' Coronet on the Back of it. Whoever will bring ft to Mr. Street, 3*10"-' Keeper of Hyde-Park, mall have a Guinea Reward. "OST Yelterday Morning on Snow-Hill, a 4 ftngle Neck-Handkerchief with a very broad plain Lace. WhoeveF brings the fame to Mr. Howard, againft the College of Phrfidans 'ict Warwick-Lane, mail have' Half a Guinea Reward. _ LOST Yefterday Noori, ttom the Farfoha^ Houfe, Newmgton-Butts, Surry* a gfecri Parrot, with � yelfew Poll, red on each Shoulder, and talks remarltably pIaih., Whofrer bringst the fain Parrot to the above Houfe, or to the Horns Alehoufe in. Gutter-Lane, Cheapfide, ftall receive Half a Guinea Reward, and no Qrfe&oiflr alk'd. Note, It is likewife very remarkable, her making Ufe of the Wotdi^ Beat tbt f;y� Pdrfct far ritiiifg it all t Ab,- Rogut! � . . ^ E^OS~T on Tl7tfrfaaJMDrn?ng l^ft, kxom the 4 Golden Wheatfiteif> Long-Acre, a brown and' white fpotted Bitcftv-cf the Pobting. Breed, and anfwers to the Name, of Piflllii,. Whoever brings her to the Red Lyoa. Chatihg-Crofs ; or to Forreft's CoiFee-Houfe,' (hall have Half a~ Guinea Rewanf. : . . ^^^^ OST on Monday in the AfcernpSn^ ftom a Houfe in King-Street, St. Ami's, a (mall Dutch Bitch Pappy,. Whoever brings her to Mrs. Lew s, Grccer, in Princes-Street, near St. Ann^8 Church, mall Have Half a Crown Reward'. . OCKI NGHAM Stage - Coach , SETS out witrt able Horfes fforrf the Caftle: in. Piccadilly as i^fual, on Wedne'fdays and Saturdays, to the 5,6$ a#-Ocfcinghkn, gofs through Stainesy Egham, Suohill, aad Bracknell returns on Moadaysan4 ThuriHays. P�rfjrm*d by v'-" ? PiMiMtn iforifWt/
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