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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 21, 1743, London, Middlesex l*oft, ana General Advertifer. SATURDA.Y, May 21, 1743. VeaU Mayi-g. j IESTERDAY Afternoon, Tail'd to' the Weflward the Bee, Borford, for Lifbon ; and the Friend's Adventure Tender. Arrived from Newcaflle, and failed, the St. Anthony, Cook, for Lifbon. Remain his Majefty'sShipi Augufta and Hawk Sloop. Arrived the J'Sarah, Roberts, from Leverpool; Recoraves, Coates, from Chefter. Juft came down and tailed Hargrave, 'Kelly, for Oporto. Wind N.E. . * 7 * Grave fend, May Pafs'd by the Betty, Gale, from St. Kitts; Neptune, Coverdale ; Nathaniel and John, Hales.; Henry, Miller- j A*rad Nottingham, Harris, from Ottcnd. LONDON. Yeflerday arrived the Mailt' from Holland and Flanders. - Letter from Count Seckendarffto the Emperor, datedfrom/ New-Offing, May 10, N.S. S I R?�, Your Imperial Majefly will have received, by Count '"Rampalti, a Relation of Yefterday's unfertunate Affair. ' I rid Poft in order to get to this Place at Noon, and pre-' � vent as much as poffible, the Cohfequences of thisun-^ * happy Rencounter. Thanks be to God for it, at my At-' rival I found General Neurs, with above 1200 Horfe of ' the five Regiments that were in that Battle. It was not * 'till Yefterday Morning between Six and Seven o"Clock, ' that the Attack began. The Enemy fell upon our Troops ' in Flank and Rear. I am (till to give your Imperial * Majefty a Detail of what the Officers report, as I cxpecl ' a particular Account of the Lofs fultained by the Cavalry, * which I already guefs may-be 1000 Men ; I cannot yet * learn any Thing concerning the Infantry. However, 1 -.���� � - They.iwrite from CafTel, that there is a greater Intimacy of late between their Court and that of Stockholm ; that three Stv^ffi-pjilriers" arrived" withirf>c fe^w'Diys with Dirpatcbjes'olf greatlmr^anee, foaepf vvilcL were delivered to rJie^Miriiflry, ~aaA the>reft immediately carried to Prince William of Heffe CaHel, who was theo at Hanau ; and that b^theR�6e%'of Courwr, Ejrp^fs^as imijjedikfc^'di^tfeted .to.LptSon. � "" We"hear irrW Stockholm^ that 20000 Qalecartians had taken up Arms, in order to oblige the Dyet to elect the PrmceofDeifinark; baboon laid down again; the Secret Committee having; threatened the Deputies; of the Peafanto, ]^1^\pi^^d^,0^iiatBta not. to hawj&fcurfe to violent Mean*:- They add� that, the Fleet, which lately failed from Carelfcroon, is
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