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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 27, 1943, London, Middlesex 4 MONDAY, June 27 *743 fis 1 i DeaL June 25 AIL'D.the St. Quintm, Barker, for Leghome. The Men of War, with, the Matilda, Wile!,, for Gib-RJtajv,and. the Tliamei, Merchant, ior Turky, remain. Wind N. E. Since our laft arriv'd the Mail* from Holland, France, and Flandei-s. . p't*rfiurg, June An Exprefs v\ - I- ur 1 a m v Is *mvcd Jl"e with Advice, that on the 3ifetf laft Monththere w,s a fmart Engagement off Hazard between khe Rufliaa Gallita, comiaatcted by Gfc nera. ^th, and thofe of Sweden/ under the Qommand of AamTdl i-aikengreen. I hey cannonaded andbombarded one another very brifldy, imt did not board. The Swedes were at iait oblig d to retire; two of their GaJlies, one whereof was that of the Vice-Admiral, being greatly da-mag d : The Advantage gaiuM by the R^fiL in this Rencounter 35, that the Galleys oi Count Lata may now without Interruption JQm thole of General �cirh Stockholm, June 7. The Day before Yelterday, in the Pt' amv'a here ExPrefs 'wm Abo, w.th the Czarina s Anfwer to tne laft Fropofals nude from hence lie c*n-,te met A*-Morning to confer on theiu new Offers, and lomorrow tne Statw^in Plenum, will take hem into Confidexation. JEfatfe Rtpom, as if feveral^oufandDahcarham had taken up Arms, and were in full March towards this Town. Cbamhenj June 6. The Spanifli Army> which conM* of no more cow 27000 Men, keeps itfclf ready to march The Marg,,STde la Mina has r*jLed froni te Innat tans of tau Dutcny large Contributions, to which feme by the 7 roops of ��: King, and his Army is ready to march whitiwr Cucamibwcwr mall require it 7 T i'S*'8' Admir21 Matthews hkt detach'd four Men of War to convoy fome Tranfports, wnfen are going to take on board, the Auftrian Troops at Triefle and tf bring them to the Army of Count Tr un 8 Lair ^anday fourteen Spanilh Sciam-boches, laden with Artery and Ammunition, -convoyed by a Lrgc P�k, amv'd here. Some Jay that thefe Vef ft Is arc aeihnea for OrW/,; but others thinkthey are intenaed for W Maritime. Place in Tufca�y V Ratifion, 7�j ,7, Prince Chad* is advanced from Sicgenbourg to Gieifenfeld, and it's reported that he is pre-panif* to. lend a Deuchiawr 0/ 16000 Men to the- Enaliih Army upon the Mam. We are aiTur'd that his ImS Majefly will very foon return � Francfort i?^, June 18. Itisfaid that the Queen of Hungary h&now nalefs thur 17 *oo Prifoners oT^War. We are affiird that Bmumm is taken/ and we have it from good Haeos, that Egra is alio taken. . g Z7/w, June 2$. General Nadaiti march'd the 19th from Qtfinftldt with a Body of 2300 Hungarian Hbrffe towards the Main, in order to join the allied Army. Count Khevenhuller has caufed a Declaration to be pub-lim'd in Bavarian importing, * That all the Inhabitants ' which fhail voluntarily fubmit themfelves to the Troops of ' the Queen of Hungary, fliall not only betreated with all ' poflible Gentlenefe, but mail be fupplied with Corn and ' Cattle neceflliry for cultivating their Lands; but if they * attack, or any way difturb the Troops of the Queen of ' Hungary,' they mult expett to be treated as Rtbtls.' Berlin, Juns 25. The Joarney of his Majefiy to Aix \ le Chapelle is determinM ; he will pafs thro' the Country I of Cleves, and will ftay fome time at Pf'ezel. There are fome Negaciations carrying on here, which are faid to be very important, tending to reconcile the Parties in War. It's certain this Court will ffave no' Share in the War. w Hungary, will go direftly into Ge*ika*j9 and nor form 3 Camp as was faid. H*g*** Tune 28. From BiT^ria Kent, that tliclFrenct Army fcn&r M.irfhal Broglio lay inenfrp'd-between a .-great Morafs and the Danube, about half WVy between Inzold.dt , T, t , - linperiaj :&* ana rrench. � Bdgue^ Jxtxe 50. Birou Ginckel is appointed*a Genera! of Horfe^ and <^rter-Mtifter-Gencr:ii vL the fiody of Troop3 defigned ior the Service of the Qaeen of Hungary. P
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