Daily Advertiser, June 22, 1743

Daily Advertiser

June 22, 1743

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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 22, 1943, London, Middlesex The Daily Advaifer. Nuffib; 3877. WEDNESDAY, June 22, 174. Deal. "June 2o -v^sgy^a-^^j^p] H. E Dolphin and Granada Bomb rrS*^^j^l^^M arel"ail,d> with the Outward-bound. Bfe^lw^fe^^-I The Shrew/bury and Terror Bomb, ^jjj tjjC ^atiida^ Wild; for Gibraltar, and the Dutch Ship for India, remain. Arriv'd, the Lark, Fifher, from Whitehaven, for Riga. Wind South-South-Eaft. " Yeiterday arriv'd a Mail from Holland. Peter/burg, June On the 31ft of laft Month a Courier arrived litre from Abo, with Difpatches from General Romanzoff and General Lubras, importing, that the Swe-difti Plenipotentiaries' had declared, that tliey were autho-rifcd to Sign the preliminary Articles of'Peace upon the Footing that had been propofed to them, upon Condition that the Reftitution of Nylandt- fhould be comprehended therein; but in'cafe that Article was refufed, they had Orders to break off the Conferences and withdraw. Thefe Plenipotentiaries have demanded Inftructions with relation to their Conduct in this Affair, and on the zd inftant the Courier was fent back, to Abo, charged with certain Limitations relating to the Reititution of the Province of Nylandt. ' ' _ Stockholm, Jitne 14. We expect with Impatience an Exprefs from Abo With favourable Difpatches in relation to the Peace with Rxffta ; �n hopes of which 'tis refolved to proceed to the Election of a Succeffor the 17th inftant, and 'tis believed the Choice will fall upon the Duke of Holflein. Venice, June 13. We have Advice from Conjlantinople, that Thamas Kouli Kan had enter'd with a third Part of his Army into Turcomania; that he had beaten feveral Detachments of Ottoman Troops taat endeavour'd to op-poie his PafTagc ; that he had afterwards taken the Town of Cars, and laid the whole Province under Contribution. The Balhaw of Turcomania has fcnt to the Grand Seignior to demand an Aflifiance of Troops and Moftcy, tho' he could obtain but ar Part of his Demand, becaufe of the bad Condition of the Finances of the Porte. The Ferment which the'People at Conjlantinople are in, gives great Un-jeafinefs at the Porte. Tne Malecontents, whofe Number is .very large, have difperfed Papers amongil the Populace,, and even in the Seraglio, tending to invite the People to depofe the Grand Vizir and his Mmifters. That Miniftcr, to prevent this Spirit of 'Klutiny from communicating to the Troops, caufed fifty of the Mutineers to be irranglcd.. Genoa, June 8. Eighteen Catalan and Majorcan Veffels are arrived in. this Port laden with Artillery and Ammunition for the Service of the Spanifh Troops in Lombardy. Thefe Ships were convoy'd.by an armed Pink, and found means to pafs unptioeived by three Enghfh Men of War that cruifed in tliofe Parts. According to the lall Advices from Corjica, the Rebels peris A m their Rcfolution not to fubmit to the new Tax impofed upon them, and to demand free LeRve to bear Arms, declaring likewife, that tiiey will treat of their Grievances only with the Minifters of the Republick, without the Interpoiition or Guaranty of any foreign Power. Bologna, June 1-1. 'Tis now faid that the Auftrians and Piedmontefe will not pafs the Panaro till after the Harveft, unlefs the Spaniards fhould make Motions that oblige them to take the Field fooner. We hear that the Auftrians have taken 200 Parmefans and Modenois Prifoners, who were going to join the Spanifh Army in "Romania. Asgfiourg, June 18. The Imperial Troops that were polted upon the Frontiers of the Tirol, are filing off towards Ittgolftadt, in order to join the Army of Count SeckendorfF, who has joined that of France, under the Command of Marlhal Broglio. The laft Advices from JngolftaJt import, that they foon expeft a new Reinforcement of iz or 15000 French, that after the Arrival of this Succour, the combined Army will confift of between 56 and 60000 Men, and tnat then they will not only be in a Condition of making Head againlt the Awftrians, but even of recovering part of Bavaria. The Garrifon of Braunau holds out Hill, but as it is very numerous, and 'tis fear'd it may ftand in need of ProviCons, 'tis thought they will abandon the Place, by making their way thro' the Troops that blockade it. Drcfden, June 19. We learn from -the Frontiers that the Troops- that form the Blockade of Egra have been reinforced by fome Regiments, in order more narrowly to block up that Place, the Garrifon whereof makes frequent Sallies. ; Ratifbon, June zo. Prir.ee Charles's Army is ftill at GieJJkufeldt on this Side the Danube ; Prince Lobkowitz is advane'd, to Vohbourg nearer I�golftadti and oppofite tiie Army of Prince diaries: They nold a Communication by means of �f Bridge built over the Danube. The Neiga-bourhpod �f t'  Enemy occafions frequent Skirmifhes, which almolt always prove to the Difadvantage of the French : Thty are continually narrate'd by the Huffars and other light Troqps, which has oblig'd Marflial Broglio to make his Camp clofer, and withdraw, his Troops that are the moft cxpos'd, into -ah Ifiand under the Cannon of Ingoljl-adt. The Huflkrs alfo prevent the Carriage of the Proviiions of the Flench Army, which makes them very dear. 'Tis generally reported, that the new Succour, confiding of 12600 Men, which pafs'd Nordlinguen the 11 th inftant, join'd Marfhal Broglio the fame Day, and that he expects a fecond. . Prince Charles of Lorrain has order'd General Bernclau to join him with his Body of Troops, confuting'of 6000 Men, leaving Garrifons at Munich, Friedberg, and fome other P;aces. General Mentzel has alfo join'd that Prince. We learn from the general Quarters at Gieffenfeldt, that on the 17th inftant there .arriv'd two Colonels, four Lieutenant Colonels, two Majors, eighty-feven Officers, 150 French Dragoons, and 1.060 Bavanans and Hefihns, taken Prifoners at Friedberg. They alfo brought fifteen Colours and a Standard, which General Nadafti took in the Place, where all the Garrifon were made Prifoners of War, and did not capitulate as was faid. General Baroniai, whom Prince Charles of Lorrain left with 4000 Men before Straubingen, began the 11th to bombard that Place, and continued to do fo the 12th and 13th. On the 14th 2000 Hungarians were commanded to ftorm the Place, but they met with fo warm a Reception, that they were oblig'd to retire with Lofs. Francfort, June 20. Yeiterday the French HufTars fired upon a reconnoitring Party, in which Lord Stair was in Perfon, and kill'd three Horfes. The fame Night a French Officer, with afmallParty, came to reconnoitre the Bridge of AfchajFenberg, and was fired upon by an advanced Party of the Britifh Troops. The French Officer receiv'd a Coritufion, and a private Man was fhot through the Body, and both were made Prifoners. The French are now en-camp'd before the Town, in Sight of the Army under the Command of the King of Great Britain. ' Francfort, Jane 23. Letters from the Camp at Afchaffen-bourg advife, that the Earl of Stair, efcorted by thirty Dragoons, went a few Days ago on the other Side ihe.Main, to reconnoitre the Pofition of a Body of French that had advanced thither ? when a Party of them, compos'd of about.'fifty Men, coming out of a Wood, attack'd the Efcort of that General, and wounded his Aid de Camp ; the Earl of Stair himfelf narrowly efcap'd a Ball which grr.z'd his .Head. The French afterwards ran into the Wood, and the Dragoons would have purfued them ; but as their was reafon to believe that their Defign was to draw them into an Ambufcade, the Earl of Stair would not permit it, but return'd immediately to the Camp. Marfhal Noailles has remov'd his Head Quarters to Babenhaufen. A Detachment of his Army has taken Pof-fcflion of the Poll of Werth upon the Main, four Leagues above Afchaffenbourg. By means of this Port the French prevent the Paffage of all Boats that come down the River with Provifions, &c. for the Army of the Allies, but the Paflage is free for the Boats that go up the Main from Francfort. Vienna, June 13. The Queen has acqu' inted Count Konigfegg, that the Succefs of her Amiy in Bavaria having been owing to the wife Meafures of Count Kevenhuller, her Intenti6n was, that the Pten of this General mould be purfued with the utmoft Exactnefs. LONDON. On Monday died of a lingering Illnefs, at his Seat at Thorpe in the County of Surry, the Right Hon. the Lord Vifcount Fitzwilliams, of the Kingdom of Ireland. 'Tis faid there are Letters in Town, which advife of the Death of the Dutchefs of Beaufort, at Boulogne in France. Yeiterday died at his Houfe in Barbican, Mr. Parker, an eminent Laceman, and a Governor of all the Hofpitals of this City. Yefiprday a Difpenfation pafs'd the Seals to enable the Rev. William Pitman, D. D to hold the Vicarage of Kerifyorth in the County of Hertford, together with the Rectory of Boxworth in the County of Cambridge. Yeiterday - Leigh, Efq; of the Ifle of Wight, was married at Conduit-Street.Chapel to Mifs Clarke, of Blake-H; 11 in Eflex. On Wednefday laft died at her Seat call'd Abinger, in Surry, the Right Hon. the Countefs Dowager ofDonegall, Relict to the late Earl of Dor�gall, who was kill'd at the Siege of Barcelona, after having done fuch confiderable Service there, that the late Emperor writ to Queen Anne to acknowlege his Obligatiens to that brave Man, and her Majefty promis'd to create him a Marquis, and to give feveral other Proofs of the Regard fhe had to his Merit had he liv'd to return home; as lie did not, fhe gavc;a confiderable Penfion to his Lady, who was fo admirable a Wife and Mother, that tho' fome of the firlt People in England made Propofals to marry her, fhe rejected them all, and devoted her whole Time and' Fortune to the Service of her Children, and in doing Acts of Piety, of Humanity, arid of Generofity, which fhe was as remarkable for as for her fuperior Underftanding and Merit, ohe was never known to break her Word even upon the moft trifling Occafion, or to do a thing that ever her Enemies (if there be any Body vile enough to have been fo) could condemn ; in fhort, fhe had every Virtue that is requifite to make a Woman of her high Birth and Rank juft what they ought l-�o be. This excellent Lady was Daughter to the firft Earl of Granard, Aunt to the prefent, and Half-Sifter to the Lord Vifcount Mcuntjoy (Grandfather to the prefent Lord) who was kill'd at the Battle of Steinkirk; and fhe was Mother to the Countefs of Barrymore, and the Lady Vifcountefs Dowager Mafereen. By her Death a very confiderable Fortune comes to the Earl of Donegal! her Soni Yeiterday died -Mr. Hiff, Attorney, in Throgmorton" Street, -Veltry-Clerk qf.S.t.-Peter le Poor, in il:oad-S:reer, Ye'fterday died"afur along Illiels, MJ- J ' r~ Years Mafter of the French School at-, CI apt i v^nfon, many , in H xkney. - B AN K R U P T ' Samuel Johnfon, of Taviftock-Street, Covent-Gardenj Merchant. George Nation the younger, of Falmouth, Chandler and Chapman. High Watrr ?.t Lend .n-Br^e t:,\-- Dav ;.t 24 Mimaes after 11 in the Mornirg, and ^3 after 11 r.t Night. Yefterday Bank biock was 148 a 1 4th a 1 8th. India St.- k 194 1 half a 196 1 4th. South-Sta Mock i 14 7 8ths a 3 4ths. Ditto Old Annuities i: 5. Ditto Nov, Books f!mt. Tnrce per Cent. Ar.nu t'.c, Booksfhat. D>'tto ; ?42, Books (hut. Ditto 1743, 101. taillnn rrcmt itS }4?^,, EquvUent tit. Roy; 1 -\ilurancf 8j. I.ev&.n Ai!urcc 11 7 8ths. Mine Adventure Sh?res{ no Price. �r.g!ifh Copper 4! 10s. Wclfn ditto, no Pr'ce. ^CeiCart, no Price. Ssvon per Cent Emperor's 1. en 119 3 4t:-.s a 126; Five per Cent. d;tco 78 1 half. Bin*. Criubrcr. 51. 10s. Prcm. India Bonds 4I. 7s. a tfs. Prcjn. Thri-e 1 (�'d� 3 lit i all es 3^ Prem, Three 1 half per Cent. Lxchecuei Oidcrs 5, Prein. Tnree per C�nt d;tto 1 4th, Dnc. Lottery-Tickets 1 il. 14s; Efq; beg*n remain, H ider of 1 be Letter to C. Sr. George, in the Daily Advert if r of 27. ONEST Men will mane t:- Jj.lgrhep: of \is, from themfelves; anJ Men of Ohfermion, ftoin t'le-Ec-" haviour of the Soldiery at the Revoluiij.i, wh-'n our Cloth wa^ l'o far from fuffering themlelws to be maJe i'cols towards the. Subverfwn of the eftablifh'd Church, arul the L;ur:::�i. of the Nation, th.it tii^y abandon'd a Prince, wh >fe id vice no otn^r M-.tive could have iaduc'i them to defert. "I'ii piain the above wt-r: the lbi-J Mutiv� j r.ay, they could have no other, for 'tis abf'ird ;o attribute the Bth.;vi(-uc of the Army at that Day to a Levity, a Dd're of C.i3i�6vere.'=ri. ' Our prefent happy Situation leave not th? iejft Rcom to arprehjod i"ich ' Attempts being made: But ftieuid any iVImifcer horcitnrr, end-aivour to ' enlhve his Country to Ikicen himult", jv:wi'l, 1 jin ;btishen, be mn'aker., � if he depends on making the Army the In!t: Jmcuts or pciprrr-iting 'hii � Villainy. ' I moft beg Leave to diflent from the worthy Serjeint, who f.iya the ' Standing .Army is the Support of the prt'Wir EibUl/hinent. I Jj.pe the * Rnysl I-'amily has. a much lrrun?er in tt'C L^ve of tne Pi-ople, aci) to ufe ' the Srjejnt's own Words, moy he be an3'hcr:-\,iz'd who would advhe ' any En^liih Sovereign to depend more on the r; rnier than on the latter. ' To conclude, Gen'lemen, ir iVfr. St. Gc( lge can mnl;e g-'od wh3t * he propo'cs, lie merit; not only the E'-icuuiaji.Tni.-rit of i'3rticu!ars, but to ' have li:sS.';itue eredted ac the puohJ: Expeuce.' YouiSj Ti.'t-Tatd Ctffit-Hvtft, May z3, i-43. A. B. Aiimiralty-OfHce, juire 20, 1743. TH E Company of his Majeflys Ship the Chatham being order d to be forthwith paid a confiderable Part of the Wages due to then at the Nore, a?/d the Ship being on the Poir.t of proceedir.^ to Sea, it is the Dire3ion of the Lcrds Commijioners oj the Admiral'ty, that fuch of the Men belonging to her as are abfeni, do repair immediately to their Duty on board, upon Pain not only of lofing the faid Payment, but of being apprehended, and tried at a Court-Martial as Deferttrs. __THO. dOftBETf. Cuftom-Houfe, London, June 13, 1743. BY Order cf the Honourable the Commijfioners of his Majefty s Cuftoms, &c. on Thurfday the qotb of June, and Friday the ift cf July, at Three o"" Clock in the Afternoons of the fame Days, will be put up to Sale, in the Long Room in the Cuftom-Houfe, London, Several Parcels of Bohea and Green Ted, Coffee raiu and roafted, Brandy, Rum, Geneva, Arrack, Cordial Waters, Spruce-Beer, Tobacco-Afhes, Woollen Thrumbs, Wool, and Gun-Flints, clear of all Duties. To be feen at the King's Warehvufe on Monday the t^th, and Tuefday the z'Sth of June, from Eight to Twelve in the Forenoons, and from Three'to Five intheAfternoonSi and in the Mornings before the Sale; vuhere Catalogues voill be delivered._ HERE AS a Book hath been- lately , T pnbii/h'd,.entitled The Laws for yid- againft Bankrupts 5' 3nd it having been reported that Mr. Thomas Etavies, of the Inner-Temple^ London, is the- Author of the lame, the fa-d Mr. Davie* thinks proper to acquaint the Publick, that be was no w. ys concern'd in therompo/l,:g or publl&ing fuch Book : He has attempted to pcr'or.-n a Work of that Kind, enlhied The Laws relating to Bankrupt brought home to the prefent Time> ajid the Eo k is juft ready for the Prels, and the gieatefl Care and beft Advice fball be taken to make the famecorrett and ufclul He acknowledges himfelf highly oblig'd to the feveral Perfons cf gr.iat DilYnction, and to the'-Gentlemen *-ho h�ve favour'd him by being Subscribers to the fame, and hsj with the gi-eateilRefpetr,  Their msjl obtditnt bumble Servant,. Thomas DaVies. The Book will be divided into feveral Parts, and- amongir other thing* there will be contarri'd, The material Sundance of all the Ads of Parliament now in Force relating to Bankrupts, with an exaft Reference to them, and lbme Obierwev nt thereon. The feveral Cafes reported in all the Biok^ in Law ar.d Equity, with an Account in what refprir., and for what Rcafons fome of thofe Cafes have ti receiv'd different! ^terminations. And alfo federal modem Dec rets .md v irious Qn!c! s and Relblutions in the Courts ot Law and Equity, ant Vcrdidta which have lately been given. The Method of luing out Comnrffcens full Inftrufflions for the Praftifers proceed cf .ill the Proceedings before the Co.ii'.nifli, to Bankrupts and their Eftatrs both in La of all the Fess, and Eftic&ions for Peiff" ail therein. The whole to he brought down to the w tii Groritry, wfth e modern Forms edent? teiacing exjft Account niptcy now to inhy-Tan*. ;