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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 18, 1943, London, Middlesex SATURDAY, Junm8, 1743 Deal* June 16. -JBSTERD AY if the Afternoon fail'd Golden Eagle, Hinton, for Cork. Came down and fail'd, the Crawley, -, for Maryland ; dnd the Leopard, Hardy, for Came down, the Eagle, Young, with the for Cork, Eagle, and remains Greyhound Man of War, the Gra- _____ ,, nada $�mb9 the Galloper Tender, ^ndlhe"Marilda, Wilds, for Gibraltar. Wind N. by E. Yefterday atriv'd a Mail from Holland. Peterfiurg> June i. Ah Exprefs is arriv'd from Abo, with Advice that Sweden has refused to accept of the Ultimatum fcflt by this Court the 12th of laft Month ; and h m fhortly expe&ed. Baron Trenck is expefted at the Army in a fhort Time with a Body of 5 or 600a Pandours, Croatian*, Sec. � \ They write from Afchaffenbourg, that the King of Great Britain propofes, after the Arrival of the Htffim Troops, to make a general Review of the Army, and then to dire�t the further Operations. Cologn, June 4. The French Troops have taken Pof- feffion of the Caille of Breubtrg, in the County of Erpach. The Duke of Richmond, Matter of the Horfe to his Bri-tannick Majefty, arrived here Yefterdays and fet out-this Day for the Army. Drefden, June 15. The King having been invited by the Emprefs of Rufjia and the King, of Great Britain to take part in the Defensive Treaty of Alliance concluded Yefterday was held a Board of Admiralty, when their Lordihrps appointed dpt. Stapylton to be Com.n.mder of the Prince of On-.nge Man of War, ofttventy G^r.s. Lieutenant Lloyd to be Firft Licut:n::r:t. And Lieutenant RuiE.Il to be Firft L:cu:en2n: of the ) Berwick Man of Wur, of ^:ghty Guns. Capt. Waller, of the Firft Regiment of Foct-Gurrds, is appointed Major of Col. L:feed's Regime ::t of fo^r. C:pt. Wilfon, of the fame Regiment, is liktwife aj pointed Major of a Regiment of Marines, On Thurfday Night died at.&er Houfe in New Bond-Street, of the Small-Pox, the ight Hen." the Dov/jgtr Countcfs of Caftlehaven. On Thurfday died at her Seat the Right Hon. the Counfefs of Donegal, Relict of the hire Go J u~on in Ssny, Ultimatum tent oy tnis v.ourt tne 12 or lau monui,^ ^ ^ ^ Bm;anick Majcfties the 2zd Earl Nvho wal kiIrd in a Buttle in King William's I that Count Cederncreutz declared, that his Court woiiM December laft/his M. -ellv determined to accede to We hear an Exprefs is eone down to Gaiuftoron never agree to a Peace upon the Conditions contain d in this Ultimatum, but that he expe&ed another from Stock* Which he would immediately (hew to the Plenipo- We have receiv'd Advice, that the holm, tentiaries of Rufjia. ^ Squadron of Count Gallowin has join'd tiiat of Admiraf� Barfch which went from Revet7, and that the corabin'd ' Fleet entered the Port of Rugerwyck, near which Place is that of Sweden, coniifting of fourteen Ships of the Line. Preparations are making here for the Reception of a folejnn ErobaiTy from Perfia, in order to renew the Peace with her Imperial Majefty. Madrid, June 4. They write from Cadiz that a Dutch Man of War, commanded by Capt. Lambrecht's, had anchored there, and was going to Tangier and Tetuan to conclude a Peace with thofe two Regencies. Genoa, June 3. The Dutchhfs of Modena, to prevent the Galleys de/ign'd to conduit her into Provence from being expofed to any Inconveniency from the Englifh Squadron, demanded a Paffport of Admiral Mathews; but the Admiral's Anfwer was, That a Prineefs of her Birth and Rank had no need of a Paffport: That the Galleys upon which fbt was embarked jhould neither he retarded nor interrupted in their Pajfage by the Englijb Squadron ? And that if her Serene Higbnefs would chafe to make ufe cf one of the Ships of his Squadron to carry her, he jhould think himfelf highly honoured thereby. We have receiv'd Advice t\\:x 12000 Efclavonians and Croations are encamped near "inejte, 8000 whereof, it's dud, are to embark for the Kingdom of Naples, in cafe the King of the Two Sicilies fhould caufe any of his Troops to march to the Afliftance of the Spaniards. Geneva, June 9. It feems as though the Infant Don Philip was now preparing in earneft to begin the Operations ; and on the other Hand, there are Piedmoiitefe Troops pofted in all the Avenues, and the King of Sardinia takes all poffibie Precaution to hinder the Spaniards from penetrating into Piedmont. Ratifbon, June 17. Prince Charles of Lorrain arrived the Day before Yefterday at Geiffenfldt, three Leagues On the other fide Prince Lobkowitz is of December laft, his M;ijelly has determined to accede to it, and has caufed the two Courts to be made acquainted with his Intentions. Eluoangen, June 18. We learn from Bavaria, that Mar/ha] Broglio's Array is anrched from Ingolfiadt towards Neubourg, in order to join the Body of Troops under Count Segur, and that the Imperial Army, commanded by Count Seckendorff, afterwards took Poileffion of the Camp of Ingolfiadt. Kelheini, June 13. Prince Lobkowitz, whofe Body of Troops continues to be encamp'd at Almanjlein% near this B^ce, has caus'd the little Town of Neu/iatt, two Leagues from Ingolfiadt, to be attack'd, which foon furrenderM. The Army of Prince Charles arrivM here on the 16th. Prague, June 15. They write from Pilfen, that feveral of the Inhabitants of Egra were arriv'd there, who report that Monf. Herouville, the Commander of that Place, in order to get rid of ufelefe Mouths, had caus'd it to be publiih'd, that all the Burghers and Ecckfiailicks which were inclin'd to go out of the Place, had free Liberty fj to do; that thereupon 400 had gladly taken Adv.mt. gc of this Permiffion ; that the Marquis d'Herouville hi-ving been inform *d that there was a great deal of Providon conceaPd in the Monaftery of St. Clair, fent to vifit that Houfe and Garden^ from whence was brought twenty Oxen, thirty or forty Sheep, and two hundred Men Aires of Corn , infomuch that thofe Ecclefiailicks had Pn.-viii :\\ left them for no more than a Month : That nctwithJlr.n-.i-ing this Acquisition, the Garrifon was apprehcnfive of being foon in Want, and that the Commander had promised a Reward of 200 Florins for every Ox which cou'd be introduced into the Town. Upon Receipt of this News, it has been refolv'd to reinforce the Body employM in the Blockade thereof with four Regiments, and Dire&icms Ga Earl Ab'ngdon, to his WiJloaghby Bertie, Efq; now nan o: acquaint him with the Death of the late E.rl, at Seat in Oxforufhire, on Thurfday laft. Thc� .Ro^l Highneffes the Prince and Prineefs of Wales, with feveral Perfons of Diilmfiion, (pent YellcrJ-iy Evening at the Spring-Gardens, Vaux-Hall. Yefterday died at his Houfe at Stokc-Newington, Capt. Herron Hart, many Years Commander in the Service A the Eaft-India Company. On Wednefday died John Sleath, of Coney-Hatch, Efq; On Thurfday'laft William Biihop, committed by Col. cad- � tellers De Veil as an Evidence againfi: th e I brill's 1 1 i t fituated upon the left Snore from Ingolfiadt. advanced as far ;:s Pboring, of the Danube, about the fame Diftance from Ingolfiadt. The Imperial and French Armies are Hill in the-Neighbourhood of that PIhcc, where 'tis thought there wiii foon be a Battle, Prince Charles being refolv'd to attack them re-examin'd by th:*t Gentleman, made an ample Difcov^iy of all. his Gang; and feveral Warranto bj:r-g /Anted by Col. Dc Veil to apprehend the Offenders, three of them were taken Yefterday, and committed, two for Burglary and Felony, and the ether (with two more Receivers not yet taken) for buying of them between two and tiirce thou-fand Weight of Lead, at about Three Farthings a Peund, forr.e of which bebns'd to his Grace the Duke of Bedford, from whence they took twe've hundred Weight of Lead. The fame Day John Thon\as was committed to Cltrker- well-Bridewell by the fame Gentlem .ii, for fel-micufly taking out of the Bar of Mr/William Ltti..jx\, t\/o Cvifks, containiug Rum ar.d Shrub. Being detected in rrtempting to carry tneril away, in order to make his Lfcapc, he knock'd down the Miftrefs of the Houfe in her own Knrry, who being inftantly afiifted, fecu/d him, with the Goods upon him. The Man that robb'd the Birnftjple Mail, is committed to Exeter Gaol. On Thurfday hft was pI'-yM at Walwcrth-Common a _ Match at Cricket, for 1 confiicrable Sum, U':^;vn eleven have alio been given to Count CoJlowrath who commands | Gentlemen of Bcrmondfey, and eleven of tv.e two P.iriih:s that Body, that he prepare every thing for undertaking the j of Deptford and the King's Yard, which w\.s won by the former in-one H.inds, and twer.ty-fev.n Notches to, fpare. Tomorrow two Chanty Sermons will be pr_.'ch\i at the Parifh Church of St. Mary Magdalen Bern.onuf y in the County of Surrv, for the Benefit of fifty Beys and twenty Girls belonging to the fa id Parifh; that in the Morning by the Rev. Mr. Morgan, L. L. B. Vicar of Lamboidy ifl Carmarthenfhire ; and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. I Mr. Pardo, Lefturer of St. Marv Ncwiv.^ton. The i i i i 1 4 4 at all Events. Upon Advice that the Imperialiits have 1 nnrrh upon the Frontiers of the Upper I abandoned1 Ncumarck, Siege of Egra. Aufbourg, June 17. Orders have been given at the Uatcs of this City, that neither Imperial, French, or Aullrian private Soldiers (hall 1>e fuffer'd to enter it; but the Generals and Officers of each Army come herj in great Numbers every Day, atnongil whom were the Gt-nends Palh and Nadafti, who came to provide themfelvcs with iome NecefTaries. The Emperor iince his Arrival in tin's City has receiv'd a Letter from the King of Great Britain, wherein his Britannick M.ijefty acquaints him with the Motives which determined him to caufe his Hanoverian and i I 1 i I Children are fully cloath'd once a Year, and with every Boy that is put out Apprentice the School allows 3 1. Palatinate and Franconia, Prince Lobkowitz has fent iomje Trsops to take PoiTeffion of it. Several Boats are arrived Hear this Place loaded'with wounded Auiiri.ms, who are carried to Stadamkoff, which makes k be believed that there has been fomc fmart Engagement. Ulm, June ijf We have received Advice that the Garrifon of Friedburg, a Frontier Town of Bavaria towards Svuabfa, furrenderM by Capitulation the 15th iuiiant, to the Generals Palfi and Bernclau : This Garrifon confuted of two Battalions of the Emperor's Guards, and 120 French Troops. Among other Things it is agreed in the Capitulation, that they go out with-the military Honours, but are not to ferve sgainft the Queen of Hungary or her Allies for a Twelvemonth. After .....____________________ At the Evening Lecture on Sunday next at the Parifh Englifh Troops, join'd with thofe of Anftria, to advance ! Church of St. Giles in the Fields, a Chanty Sermon will Generals PaJfi and Beraclau Lovfberg upon the Lech. the taking of Friedberg, the went belore the Town of into the Empire. The Negociation fet on Foot for an Armiitice, meets with many Difficulties, becaufe of the preliminary Condition infilled on by the Court of Vienna. Hanover, June 18. None of the foreign Min iters follow the King to the Army, but are gone to their refpeftive Courts. Dufeldorp, June 18. It's aflur'd that the Artillery of the Army of Marfhal Noailles confiils in more than one hundred battering Cannon, be/ides a gre*t Number of Field-Pieces. The French Troops detach1 d from this Army, amounting to about 12000, arriv'd'en the 11 th at Nordlingen; the next Day they continued their March towards Donaivertb, from which laft Place they were but two Marches diflant. Hamburgh, J Letters from Stockholm advife, that General Buddenbroeck, who had been condemned to tJ'Zt i ^'2J. The Army of the Mies being on tof hjs Head and have Ms Mate confifcated) had the ibth inlt&nt m the Camp of Dortnghetm, betweeq tnis 1 Place und Hanau, the Earl of Stair detach'd fome Troops the next Day, who took poffeflion of the Bridge of Af tbaffenbourg upon the Main, and prevented the French, who were aifo fending a Body of Troops for that purpofe. The allied Army is march'd again, and encamps in the Neighbourhood of Afchaffenbourg* That of France is likewife decamped, and having marched by Mufel and Dippourg, is pofted over againft the Allies. It's afTured that Marfhal Noailles has fent a Body of Troops to take PoiTeflion of Miltenberg upon the Main, fix Leagues above Afcbaffenbourg. The King of Great Britain arrived Yefterday about Ten in the Morning at Hanau, and immediately fet out again for the Army at Ajcbaffenbourg, where he was received by the Difcharge of the Cannon of the Camp, and the Acclamations of the Troops. The Duke of Cumberland alfo arrived Yefterday at the Camp. The Hanoverian Artillery, confifting of 20 Pieces of Cannon, pafied near this Place Yefterday with a Regiment of the faid Troops, and two of Englifh. The Heffians will this Day enter the Country of Nafau, and fome more Ettgiiih Regiraeatrere appeal'd to the Affembly of the States. It's jull now reported, that the Ruffians have again made themfelves Mailers of the Iflands of Aland. Hague, June 24. The Marquis de Fenelon has been often lately in Conference with the principal Members of the Government, and has made fome Rcprefentations relating to the Deflination of the Corps which is preparing to march into the Service of the Queen of Hungary. We have juft heard that my Lady Carteret died on Thurfday laft at Hanover. be preach1 d for the Benefit of -101 Boys and 101 Girls belonging to the faid Parifh, by the Rev. Mr. Smith, Lcfturer of the fame. Prayers, will begin at Six o'Cloxk. ; .We are informed that Perrot's Variety of Fountains, in the Five Fields, Chelfea, are now begun to be play'd in his G.irden, where an hundred Perfons may fit and cblnk theft Liquor, and. be agreeably entertain'd with the Sight of them. Alfo at the picticular Defire of feveral Perfons of Diftinftion, he now fhews his artificial Garden, illurnF-nited with 960 Chandeliers, each containing eight large Wax Candles. Notwithftanding other Pretenders to the like Performance endeavouring to excel, they have fo far fall em fhort, as to render his more Ihining than ever ; evidently fo, by'the great Number of Gentleiftcn and L-idies which refbrt daily to fee it. To be feen any Day, or Hour of the Day, if eachJPerfon fpends but Six Pence. _ High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 37 Minutes after 7 in the Morning, and 3 after S in the Afternoon. , ' India Stock 194. Ditto 1 half a 1 4th. L O N D O The Cape Coaft, Capt. Smith, the St. Jago, Capt. Gleen, the Swallow, Capt. Hughes, and the ^ueen of Hungary, are taken on theCoaft of Guiney by two Privateers of great Force. The Mary and Jacob, Berwick, is fafe arriv'd in the River from Bilboa with Englifh Prifoners on board, which were releas'd purfuant to the Cartel lately agreed on between the two Crowns. The Cupid, Capt. Barret, a Cqafting Veflel, i* ftranded * " outh Road, and all the Crew periih'i Bank Stock was 1 4 th. South-Sea Stock 114 3 4ths a 115. tic % Sths a 1 4th. Ditto New, no Price. Old Annuities 1153 Sths a 1 4th. Three per Cent. Annuities 104 j half 35 Sths. 'Ditto 1742, 104 1 half a 5 Uths. Ditto 1743, 101 1 4th a 3 Sths a 1 4th. Million Bank ti8 1 half. Equivalent in. Royal Affttrawce 83. London* Afthrance 11 7 Sths. Mine Adventure Shares, no Price. Englifh Copper 4I. 105. Wclih ditto, no Price. African, no Price. Sev?n per Cent. Empcror'j Loan 119 3 4ths. Five per Cent. d>tco 78 1 half. Bank Circulation 5I. 7s. 6d. Prem. India Bonds 4I. 7s. a 8s. Prem. Three 1 half Salt Tallies 3, Prem. Thrw 1 h&]f per Cent. Exchequer Orders c, Prem. Three par Cent, ditto 1 half, Difc. Lottery-Tickets 1 iL a6dr TO be fold, by Order of the Honourable the Qommijjione7$ of his Majefty s Cuftoms, on Monday next, the zoth in ft ant, at One d* Clock in the Afternoon, at the White orfe Livery-Stable in Seetking-Lane, Londonp one Mare and Gelding, with Bridles and Saddles, fuck as tit Smugglers uje, ?
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