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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 12, 1743, London, Middlesex                                .... NuMB. 2^44* T JJ, E SJ> Ay�j/. April 12,   1743. � 'IHH.HU    1    1    I). lit |jll�IM�lllf) gillll! MIJ... Ji �),.!, ,'� Dutchefs of BuckingfiaMW Ifc vetytrroncouajaoiiaES^i i-figbwai true Refiftib^ of K , commonlcated-by.bnf of the with Gowns, 7. The SecrttBjratone, pa Horfebatfc,  with Crape H^iii^ &MStKminy Gld*^; a Groom, with- ��ap; �^u^Bd^OTO,Joie�liaa to �^^'!*^iiH^ v tfrttfrVElltft. EftutOiiBUUi, auUCypbertrr"^kh- tHtFsf aiSa RU^-Fea^qSjUpou ,theHorfej j Ae Chariot taveretf 'With Velv�; anWUWTtV Bla3k Cloth; era- ijack^eachcr*, growftg |Wititir^id ^gi^eohgjt the Ue4'sp^^ ejrttt^t*wr0!afcficd wi&'Mbm^iteatlpould-ioji c^rv^and�it^l^0i^�*�'t^^n^iv'ih^ fenting her late Grace, 'ahd very richly drcfe'd, i�ftiTiedTU.n  i?te^&ljii�;'.':t^pl...,;.______      .  to attend the open Chariot. 1  � : i" r8l *^r�e*Kaif tff JBta*' Off feterttta* r SSIBt-gArf, 19. A StatBilfl^fitaRtj^.drawn^jvjfix Bfe *e^; M ^MpTr^eiF*is ^dtaMj-.^itiiSlfoSctWaj' �Sba� a*a tHePrebkdaries, with Silk Hatbands, - Seajves,andi'Shammy Qlovesj the Choir with Gloves,- atiti;oth^r-i>eilmsbeio�.ging;tofthe Cathedral. �A�,^m^--|Ba^ed/S^Ih� Heralds in the ^MMp^iM^ff^'.m ^ied (at therSignal given h-yriSe^C^rgaii^ aiftl tite ^oitts 06 the wKole,Ch4ir) to Henry the SevemlsV Ohaffely being followed by the Chief Mpur^en aiidiihfrotn^ iiaffife,- ant the Pall fup- 'OJjj&'w&h Bad^een V4n^,tnxougn tbftS^reek^tiendihi;. Tteeerelffoli* Wfas pT^drmed by the Bifcop of ^pebefter; ancT-the;C(Jrple (furircuroded,by th'e Cqirtpah> an'd the Tro-piiiesti'K^le�dM*inR>^ie. Vkoit; the four Officers of thd lat�^cutcKefi's Bb;fflMbi�k>. their Wandr; the/Pie-cesbf w^iich being^ventoGarter Kingat Arths^: he (after proclaiming het  cbmVunicajed a Platjj ofjPaJcificiition totthe.�mperpr^ Min'i&r,';which, ^"pretende^,. woM'4 be fQUfvy advaniageous '.to ni's Iinpe-Ti�.,iMefy:^MtC& ?vS. hyi thet thfe ?oiiit�had le^eiWd-ah tt'pt&a .faih Advice> itttat %A?3ng� iofkPJCMSa^;w^jnTatchinya^Bodj( of Ttoops ,^waro5 ^rHaia,VftiftiQton^icli:vflwatejiHtJ�e.'Hearit of Prof-.^rt,whicJ^ for ^iftjevi9imetnorial, Jjaj^n^jfoiftffed:,by ^hi|'4tepub4ick^of\P^4; ^k,pruJiriaaft!|aje^yS^emands ,0ft^$..^H|opji.ck^a]re, 'jppmj^^vM^|^C, ni|ie^iUQn& of -BjiXj-Dollars. ' ....( y.^-v�'>*.'j.-'.-t .. r    . 1 ^.vQ^^^^-iP^BR4ifiU^tvStmL N.S.> inform its, that-a large Quantity of Fii��'Atos;: '^bjrjes>^-yjafe^^^a^pitifitrflis* :,have;'.b�ejii feht from thence to �W.^i^t- thfc. Royia iUeioacnt of. the-Ctewn,-.-the -FiotGaardS'^faf&isATJAjim'* iJii|ht Borfciv ajid fi^giments of 4>ragooiiiu. They; add;, that his Polflh i^layrttyiwaiUdfct oat for ^'i^i^Mft^h^Hafte^Holidays, in or^er. to fign the circular jjttieri for calltn^ the-Dy.et which is tobe Keld^tei^elfsWichaelmasr at Grodno in Lithuanian >nd a^^.-fenSc ttmb-confer-wiiH ibmeof the Senator ahd Grati^siof-the Kingdom, abbutahe Efefigfts whichiPt�ffiimav5.Juve.-otifoaie^ JDiltric^ belonging to the Republrck of PotenoV .. �r^HbA of /t-^ttM/nm:Sil6MiU,i Apitl 1, N.$� It is decided th�t t^eKimj^ivilf-headthe^my, in �- Cafe our Negotiations ibouidnot prove fo ifotcefsfu^. as � we hawe Reafon.to expeftfrom theTinor.dtT;oljrlaft W- ^tell%Bndsfrbm Abd>' wjnchvii, that theSmpcefs(rfRuf-^ ' fia's Plehipottntiares do not now fo ftrongly infill on the t Ufi ftffidiiis: l^fae States are {way .weW agreed as t& the � Perfon who istofucceed his Majefty, buttne final--'Deci--. f-^ofi o� this iS^ie^sito^-'as &t off'assever/.wnich: ' is attributed to -theabove-mentioned^Intelligencefrom ' difpofed to" treat wklv us upon more reafonable; Terms thttheretofbfe r To- Tmr feme Motive^ rtve-fcfcHbe the According to Advices frdinTurio, a great PrOmbtioB in the Aimy is expected;^ in a very ffiort Time. XhV SpaiSia Army in Sivpy wnfitis of zzcpo jvlen, but U to bfe reinforced forthwith by 10 fiatalhohs. The jpng. of Sardinia's Forces amodnt to above 5'oSo;o Men, but among them 'there are not more than 28000 regular Troops, the greatest Part *of which encamp. In the Valley of Aofte. '-K but tiejr are tb be joined by ievefal Auftrian Regiments', Sefides the -i2�jooSwiis whicluMr. Burnahy is raifingwUh jmcommoin Diligence. Two Deputies fitora the Canton of Bern are ar-xivejl &t the Court of Turin : .What theiiKErrandas, xhc Pubjick do not yet know % all that they bearjftnee the Arrival of thofe Deputies, is, that the Troop?of that Contoa have taken Pdfleffion.of the" Places whicli the Spaniards lately occupied in the Neighbourhood of Geneva: Letters from Leghorn fay, ythat Baroa Neahoff lately landed at the Ivfoaih' Df the River Arno, from'bfa board one of the E.nglilh Men of l(Var that deftrbybd^'Sf. ifidoife on the .C.P&! of Cbrfica, j^nd ,w?s to proin^a M. FJorence. -FtQp. Landau we hear>, tha* 20000 ErencK Troops are in ratt-Match towards' S]pir�s', whefe tftey^fe to be joinai by jDijpoo more; and fhe^'pafs theRline there, and lie in the Way of the Ehglilh and AuRriahs; "1 r- " The Kinfate Man of War^ .Capt. Young, with t^e Ships bodhd' to Newfoundland, & failed from Plymouth'      t Yeflehlaf w^|ft bKktt^rtpr tbe Balm^ under a, very ft,rOng Guard, twp M|g'6wfeden with SUver, fnJm; ok |oaW one of hisMaje^y's Ships oT War.      t    :, relterday ca^ie' JWvfce, that' the. Jaj^ Murphy-, frqm Opbrto, was arr^ed'ontp^Yey^ib;^ P^Us ^e..jBpM>. \ 'Sea,' w|jcjMid;ji�r cbnfidjejaile Dm^.'im.wm-kit of her Men overboard.     * �>�.** We hear from Blacney, that on the. ..firft Infbmc in th'^WigSr,' th^J^pxalty of.Bbf|on;/ ThomaS'Wafte, Matter, from ..J^ngo^ror.Newau^ laden with Grocery and;Other Goift "Goods,. uas forced a^or& ^d flrandctj, on tne Eaft-Side of tfieEmrahce of "that Harbour. ^ pn the 18th: of March laft died, at .-Sheeflne^^Lieut. Alexander Gordedi of Cornwallis^ Regiment of Marines,, : orrly" Son of Alexander Gordon of;pitiurgj ^^:'f& j^aa a pjQmiftR^yQung.'Ginjtiemiii,.^ is ju^^^rdRe^^'---- Archibald Tiodof Blackhiil> Writer irPBdihbb^h,; is appointed chief Ulher: to -Ws^Majeftjr's.CoutJ of.j^chj^^r in bcdtlarid, intKe rpom.of James Stephens, E{q; deeeas'd. Lafi Sunday died lni)y�ch, ^ thevReyi..: Mr> John Frenchei Retfor bf St..^en>. ib Y*&- ingSt..Olave". " ,  .'. .  v:a fy "      ~ laf* Week died ,fhom)s JCerrfdse, fejrMy. Oh Sunday ;4ed r^fiillu�^ Efq; a cpnnderab.'e Barbadoes Merchant-, fromwliichlfland he lately arrived. Yefterday died in Alderfgate-Street, Mrs ;-G&s. a Maiden LadyfigedibourSoi very^ rich.    " .       *f ^� On Saturday laft died, at his Hqttle rtMfflgate-ftreet, Mr. Wjp*"! Jd^^k^i^ljaT^ very large PerfdhalJ�%te behind.hiau        ;s -\^flerday.died Mrs, Hajdon* Wije j>�^ Haydoi^   . very crp jnent T^nbef ^jchant vn^tiiWtF^-M�rket. The lame Day dieaiMrs. Hopley^. Wife of Mr. Hopley, ''a^Ctbieflb^hAtg^ in�Newg�teVif�et.   r. ^   *' w-*8 were' intei rd- m- a ^ei y gBfflfl"BiaBrKf; *1t QUeehhitii Church, thf Bodies of Mrs. Langley, (Wife of Mr. Langley, a very einihent OyJinan at Qwwnhijh) and /her Dabghter/ of \z Yeffrs of^Age, * who^botb'-ditdm Week, within a fcw^Hours of each 0tH
                            

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