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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 20, 1943, London, Middlesex                                MONDAY,   June 20.  174:5. />�  the Terror Bomb, from yfon, Dtfong, ndia; and re-mam, with the Shrew/bury aad Greyhound, the Granada Bomb, ar.4 the outward-bound. Wind South-Weft. Ah Extrad of a Letter from the Hagui,   dated June z\. � The March of the zoooo Men for the Service of the � Queen of Hungary, ililf continues d^ftrmincj and fix'd > for the 25th of this Month, and will taen undoubtedly  take Effect, unlefs fome unforefeen Accident iliati happen < to prevent it. The Detachments which arc to be made <� from the Regiments of Foot and Horfe Guards of this � Place, it's (aid, in order, without doubt, to do the Mar-' qyis dc Feuelon a Pleafure, are to encamp w:th Arms and � Bagg.'g'-, two Days before their Departure, in the Wood < over-againlt his Houfe. The whole Body, except the } � Troops employed at Mens, Ath, and CbarUroi, will form � a Lamp already mark'd out between Maejtricbt and Na-t mure, by this DHpoiition, it fcems doubtful whether �-the Queen of Hungary would, according to her Defire, < have tne Power of calling them into Germany, or of. < otherwise difpoiing of them, than in the Protection and < Defence or   the. Aufti iau  Lozv  Countries,  the  States * General biing uuwilung to cor.fent to tne marchirg of  thefe Troops upon any other Service.    But notwith- < Handing all this, if the Plurality of Voices lhculd pre-� v.ul, the Queen of Hungary may not or.ly poffibly difpefe ' of all the'iroops, widen lhall be encamped, but lil^wif.  of the Swds and Dutch iUgiments wuich their H:gii � Mightineffts fiave already fc?:t to Mans, Ath, CbarUroi, * fcc. This is the rather expected, as, it's fud, a private � Refolution has been taken in order to avoid as much as ' poffible giving Umbrage to France, and that four Pro-* vinccs c4 tne Republics, and half of a fifth, have given � their Confent, tnat her Majeily of Hungary may dilpofe ' of the Succours winch the States General have granted ' her by Virtue of the Treaty of Vienna, in fuch manner, ' as to caufe tnem to encamp, to employ them in her for-' t fied Places of the Aujlrian Lovu Countries, to call them � upon the Rhine into Jiobapia, or into any of her htredi- < tary Countries excepting Hungary and Italy. That which 'remains a Doubt is, whether this Plural, ty will.be valid, ' feeing there are two Provinces and a half which oppofe � and perhit in reiuiing to iurnifh their Contingent in either ' Money or Troops.' Florence, June 4. M. de Gages has fixed up at Ferrara, and otiier riaces in Lombardy, a Notification, intimating a genend Pardon to fuch Spaniih DcferUrs, th;.t within the prefcrib'd Time iha.ll return to their refpecxive Regiments,-and an Encouragement- of double Pay to the Aultnan Deleters that fhall enter into the Spaniih Service. Hague, 'June 25. Letters from Augfburg of the 18th inltant mention, tnat tiie Freneii Army, commanded by M. Brogho, as well as the remaining I nipt rial TtQops, were rttir'd as far as Donawerth, wanner Prince Charles fol-low'd them with his whole Army. Advices from Franc-fort f?f the 20th fay, that his Britannick M.ijJity, with the Duke of Cumberland, and a numerous Retinue, palled by Ha;.au tne 19th, and arriv'd the fame Day at Afchaf-fenberg, wncre the Lord Stair's Army nad taken Poifdhon of tne atone Bridge over the Main. Marfhal Noaiiles is faid to be advane'd from Great Geraw to Stockltatt, not far diltant from Afchaftcnberg. From the Paris A-la-main, June 26.   ' It's reported here * that Peace is concluded between the Emperor and the ' Queen of Hungary. 4 It's afiur'd that the Treaty between the King of Sar-1 dinia and the Court of Madrid is concluded, and t.iat ' his Sardinian Majelty has engaged to withdraw his Troops, ' and to Lave a free Paffage to ttie Spaniards into Italy. ' An Extract of a Letter from, the Camp under iiigol-' ftadt, dated June 15. " Mr. de Segur has joined us with the Detachment " under his Commands We are uncertain whether we " mall continue here or return towards the Rhine. Prince " Charles who is marching after us at the Head of 70000 * Men, would give us but little Difturbance, if we were " not apprehenlive of being cut off on the Side of Dona-**  e Rippon has. taken feveral Sp-nilh Ships, and carrie4 them into the fame Place.. to the Buyer, and noPerfon to have a lefs Quantity tharl ten Gallons. Iritfi ScuS"?, wlien m-ide to Prrfedion, in a beautiful manner, wear well, and .ire genteel and f.ihionable ; t ie Ware-he ufe at the Throe Crowns and Queer.'* Head on Ludg.;tf* Hill, the Corner of the 0!d B.i ;!y, has tn.'.t Sort, ;.n 1 h:is fold tj many Ladies of DiltinCtion. The Goo injis of the Goods, and the-Choice, cccafon Ladies in the Country to fend there for the f�.id Goods, whole Letters are am'wer'd the fame as if prefer.t. Ladgate-Prifm, June 19. We the poor Prif-jn.crs cr.'.Ve Leave to return our hearty and fincere Th nks to our unknown-generous Bcnei'aftor, for the Guir.e-; put into oui" Begging Box � n \Vednefd >y lail, which was equ.dly divided by tne Steward, to the immediue Relief of abundance of unfortunate Citizens on tne Common Side.        _ Hign W. :c.-.n 3 4Clis. 5!.  1 os. JV:r:i.    1 :vi.'i I'.Jlics -   V Ord Eng'jfh Copper 4I. 10s. no Pice.   Sev^n pci Cert F.ve p. r Cent, ditto 78 1 half.    Bank Circulation ^ f.oi.^s 4!. y:. Prern. Three 1      i per Ct r.-ni. 5,   Prrm. Lottery-Ticketi 1 l" 'l'l.r^e 1 half Exchequer per Cen,.. dtto  i  half",   Difc. Vi ree ._______        ________. WILLI AI O T T, M a y o r, BARN A R D Loc-.-n tenens. \ Common-Council holder, in the Chamber of the Guildhall of the City of London, on Tiiuii'J.iy the '16th Dny of June, 1743, and in the Seventeenth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second, King of Great Britain, &c. T  is   agreed and ordered by this Court,  that if any Pcrfon tvho hath been nominated to be Sheriff of this City a?:d County of Middle!',::, in Purjunna of an Ad of Common-Council made the zzd of October, 1703, Jhall, on or before the Boat and jump'd into it, telling Mr. Smitn he would make him pay for entering his Boat, and immediately row'd him round and round at fomc D.;iance from the Shore ; Mr. Smith feeing a Pair of Oars, call'd for Help for his Safety ; but Smith the Waterman at their Approacn ftript, and ("wore nobody fliculd take him out of iiis Boat, ! f'l'd Company ivill be the faid Office of Sheriff, as if this Order had never been made. M A N. E ift-Inui: � Houfe, May 27, 1743- TIJ E   C-.tirt cf Diredors of the United Company cf Merchants of England f.-nding to tie Eall-Indies, do hereby give Notice, that a Quarterly General Court of the hi at their Houfe in Leadenhall- and continu'd rowing him round in fuch a manner that no Boat could board him, and afterwards row'd Mr. Smith b.ck (firll rocking the Boat with fuch Violence from bide to Side, that he expedled every Moment lhe would fill with V/atei) to the fame Shore from whence he put eft", between two Lighters, in a prodigious muddy Pl.ice, and there told him, that unlels he gave him Six Pence he fiiould wade alhore thro' tae Mud ; but after the Sixpence was extorted from him (for fear of being funk, or otherwife ill ufee) Mr. Smith was fuccour'd by another Pair of Oars. On Tiiurfday Night Jultice Wroth feut a very idle Fellow to Cierkcnwell-Bndewcll, on Sufcjicion of having ilolen no lb. of Lead found in his Cuitody, which appear'd to have been cut from a Gutter; he could give no Account how he came by the Lead, and would own no other Name but Stump. The following Infcription is on the Monument erecting between Shakefpear's and Gay's, i:i Weltminller-Abbey, to the Memory of Nathaniel Rowe, Efq; Poet-Li.ureat. Thy Relique-j, Rowe, to this fad Shrine we trull, And near thy Shakefpear's, place thv honour'd Bull : Oh ! next him fkill'd to draw the tender Tear, F'or never Heart felt Paffion more fincere : To noble Sentiments to fare the Brave j For never Briton more difdain'd a Slave. Peace to the gentle Shade, and endlefs Re.l j Blefl in thy Genius, in thy Love too bleil : And blefl that timely from our Scene remov'd, Thy Soul enjoys that Liberty it lov'd. And underneath, To thefe, fo mourn'd in Death, fo lov'd in Life, The childlefs Parent, and the widow'd Wife, With Tears inferibes this Monumental Stone, That holds their A(hes, and expects her own. The Jamaica Rums which were landed in a Warehoufe in Wigan's Key Gateway, according to the late Act of Parliament, and remain'd unfold on F'riday lall, will be fold Tomorrow, the 21ft inltant. The Warehoufe will be open'd at Eight in the Morning, the Price will be 7s. 6d. a Gallon, and the Over-Proot to be paid for as charg'd at the Cuftom-Houfe, the Advantage of vvliich will accrue Street, on l-i cd'icfdny the 2 zdffjune next, upon fecial Affairs. \ That their Transfer-Bosks veill he /hut up 0;: Tiuffday j the 2$d of the faid June, at T~ nd Company of Ivs Majefty's Ship the Port-Mahon, who were at the> taking of the Pnz- Maria Jeanctta, the 11th of April, 1741, that they may receive their fev-.ral Shares of lhe Produce <_r the faid Prize and her Carfo, at theViclualiing-OfHce CofTec-Houfe on Tower- Hill, on Monday and TucfJay, the :7th and 2Sih inftant ; and the Shares of fuch a; are nrt tl;cn demanded, may be n-ceiv'd .it the fame Piace on the nnl Tivefday 01 evciy Mcnth ior three Years after. Meeting of theTiuilees appointee! to put in Execution tie Acls of Parliament for repairing the Highway 1 between Tyburn and LVoridge, ?nd for amending the Road leadin; fri-m Brenc-Bridge over Hamveli-rfeath, thro' tha Parifhes of Harwell, New P.rcntford, and Faling, to the Great Weftern Road, in she County of Midi'Iefex. is to be at Mr. Skidmcre's, the Old Hat _by the Hijh Road, on Saturdiy n;-xt, the 2Uh in/b^nt, by Tea o'Clock in the FcreiiOLD, to little Affairs rek.ti �.g thereto.____ THE i'rnllees ap;:o:nced to put inEve^utiOT the A-^ of Parliament for rebuilding the ParifhChcrch tf St. LeonfcJ , Slioreditch, in the County cf M dSieicx, are to mzzl on WsdntiHay n&i, at Ton o' Glu.k in      Fercnsoa, in tfc* Veilry-Rcoai oi that Pariih. A1   

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