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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 3, 1743, London, Middlesex Advertiler. . 2^89. FRIDAY, Jutje 3, 1743. t*RIV'D his Majeftfs Ship Deal Offfle, from Oftend; Draper, 'Leech; Effeabeth, Bofton * and I Xovely^ane, Curtii, from ditto, Tor Dublin \ and retnairi ia the Downs with his Majefty's Ship die Angufta, Supply Frahfport, and the Oatward-bound Ships. ThisMottUog failed to the'North-wtffd, the Swedifh India Ship. Wind S.W. Grave/end, June 2. PafsVl by Weft, Gilby, from Dunkirk; Mary, Wilkiofon^ and Firlcy, Kitcherman, from Rotterdam. LONDON. Letters from Genoa adwfe, that feveral Projects are under Consideration, for reducing the Corficans, either by fair Means or by Force ; and that as foon as any one of thofe Projects is approved by the Senate, M. Giuftiniani, the new Commiflary General for Corfica, will fet out for Baftia ia order to lay the Republick's Propofals before the Male-contents. In die mean time the Corficans keep quiet enough, and wait impatiently for the Arrival of M. Giuiii-niani, that they may know what they have to trail to. They write from Florence, that Baron NeubefF, who lately departed from thence, upon his being informed that fome Genoefe Emiflaries were lying in wait for him there, and that the Regency could not take upon them to protect him againft the Republick of Genoa, is now at Cigoli, near San-Miniato, and lodges in the Parifh Prieft's Houie, from whence he has wrote to divers Courts of Europe, and only waits for their Anfwers, in order to take a final Refo-lation, whether to go on with or lay afi.de the Affair of Corfica entirely. It is reported, that there are Letters in Town from New England, dated April 25, which give an Account, that Commodore Knowles has (by a fecond Attack) made him-felf Matter of La Guerre, tho" not without a great Slaughter on both fides; and that he was v^Vmucb wounded hifafelf.-Bat this wants Confirmation. On the 3 iff paft his Majefty's Ship the Portmahone, Capt. Aylmer, arrived at King-Road near Briftol $ ?�d brought in with her a Spanifh Privateer, call'd the Santa Therefa T M.,--.---- 19 Chefls of Tea. 1 Lot ef India Flowers. All the Goods (except the Tea, Paper Prints, and Salt-Petre) may be viewed to the Time of Sale, at the Warehoufc, under the Marine Coffee-houfe, Birchin-Lane. Catalogues of which may be had at the Marine, and Grigiby'a Coffee-houfes; and by James Collinfon, Broker. Jiv'mifements of a moderate Length are taken in for tbii PaM it Two Shillings each, h 2^0
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