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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 11, 1743, London, Middlesex                                'i-ii: ' � *:: >&eal, June I SAME down and failed Ac Elka-)H>eth, Purchafe,  for Leghorn > -St., George, Hart, for Lifbon ; ^.Gibraltar Packet, Rait, for T^orifmouth.  Wind N.byE. -*: Oravefend, June 9;- Pafs^l by Peter and Bridget,* Outefon, from Ndrway:jl2atheririe, Rowlatfon, from Rotterdam. Gravefendi Juneio. Pafs^d by the" John, Coe, from Dantzick; and -Dobinge, from NofWay. ,;"  ' ,:'        '.Arrivedat feveral Ports. / -The .Richmond, Burne, from -Jamaica-and PraladV Herbert, from Nevis, are arrived off Dover.:' The Parham Club, Burton, from London,; at Antigua* 5fce Rofaria, Reafon, from Cork,: at Rotterdam.. n >� - X  ON  DON. ,     Yefterday arrived,the Mail from Holland;..    - �  .   Letter from Augjbiirgb, June 1 o,~ N S. * The 5th Inftant at Night', PrinceCharles'of Lorrain, ' -who was at Dcckendor^ ;* ~pajfed 1 the'Danube . wtth.his ' * Army, and immediately.after advani^ towards Pfiiling. ' OP, the IJfer, where. Marfhal Broglio was encanrfjcd with:  the French Army. The.Marihal judging by the-Difpo-  Virions of Prince Charles, that his Defign was to cut off" �the Communication between Straubingeh.;andlall. the * Polls from that Place to RatuWn, he relojved to abandon  Placing, and march away with; th^Arnay.. His 'Excel*  lericy encamped at Straftbingen the 6th � Nighty ani the. 'next Day continued his March along the Danube, du-' .ting which he was joined by the Troops pefted:in divers  Places along the River. The 8th he arrived with the" � whole: Army at Prnel near Ratlfbon':   The Huffers, * Croats^ and Pandpurs," continually harrafled the French * "in thefe three Days March :, Part, of the Baggage fell �. into their Hands, particularly that of {he Regiments of � Champagne,\Bonac, Royal Swef l^eJD^lre.oTI^Ibprough., On &e�iA,-Advice came to- the Earl's1 Campjr that Marfcal NoaiBej bad actually pafled theRhine with theMain-Bodyof the French, Army1 :that he;nad T>eeh joii>ed1>y-feVeral Dtp-tachnaents ^that were pofed!. on ^th^'Sides of the Neckar, and.tliat he :yiitj^n^m-^w'&^B4l^*Straffe, '.The fame Day.; a( Night, the-Brkifh Troops,; leaving, behwd them both Tentsand Baggage, decHmp^fromKelflerbach,-in brder ;to .advance tdwacd? IhiffeUieife:l '.The.Aoftrians aad Hanoverians paffed the Main at the Jaiie Time', aiid' joihed'the EngHfh the next ,Morning. -The toth, the Army" of the Allies was under. Arms all Day long. The fame' Day about, Npon,- the Van-Guard of the French JSriny arrived in the'Neighbourhooid of Trebur ahd Gerau the Poflure of the Englifli, and had a htde BruOi with thern^ Several Parties of Englife, Hanoverian and Aulfrian Horfe, that were fent'oTeiH^Scottfesr -hwtng^waoght Wora^that-0ie whole French Army, with a fine Train of Artillery, ^was advancing through tteiLaJidjgraye of HefieD^rQ)  Territories, the. Generals of the Allies,: whohadnpt been able toget-their Cannonj thougbt fit to bring offi  Troops to their old Camp ; and accordingl/ they marched ; "bade to Kehterfacb, began torepafsthe Main in this Night, ; and Wj^ all gbtoy'w  fame payl(i 1 th) the Earl. of Stair fent an Expreft to the ;He�oii Troops,.withOrders for.them to joinhimfanda-.. �r with *; The like-Orders were fent to the two Bodief oDKar-: ^glim/and-Hanoveri^n Horfe/whbtbut� lately paflfed"flke :Rhineat'Neiiwied. The; lath iri �eEvening,.l^fa^^ i Noailles arrived at DarniQed^ and fixed his.Head-Q^atters J there.  The: French are now'.but-.'five Leagues fromFrahc-t fort, ffl?d extend themfelves as'far as the Main"; tbey^jfre., (bringing up their Cannon, in order tderedl Batteries onihe t Baiiks bf that Rivei-.;' The French Ge^e^f'receivest^ejnt-, forcemeats -every Day, and 'tis .faid Jus Atmv-conu^l^al�--i ready; pf upwards of 60000 Combatants. 'They isUqtell J us,, that on the.1 ukf Ao. *' commodation^with the-Hbufe of Bavariai and lay the.' ?� Foundation of^a fincere Reconciliation: jBut/thitit 'is n�j:': )* ceffiry, firR'dfali/ tl&tihe':'^x1I^1frJMps?^fr^^'l "j' dp mm pat of the.TjerrJtories.of !the^Empire,., and retire. { * beyond the Rhine- /That as foonas thisis executed,.Qat\ \ �.will refer herfelf to � the Arbitration'of the Maritime" t' Powers, for terminating the Differences between her and \ i * the Houfepf.Bavaria j.and,that iojkbn as t^he Article re- � \ * fating Uji,the'Evacuation of the; French Troops is agreed - � ' upon, fliewiiljconfent-to a Sufpenfion of Arms between -her-and-the Gonxt-of Munich.'   ': * From Peterfbargh they give as an Account of an En. \ gagement between the Ruffian and Swedifh Squadrons of  Galliesj ioff"of;Helfin'gfdrs, in which they fayj that i great ; many Men were.,kil�d and wounded .on both Sides, and ; that the.Rufilins-took two* Frigates and a Felucca.: ExtraS of a Lttte*frojn'Stockholm, June 7, N.S.. ' We' have received. Advice/ by anExprefs, 'of ah,En~ i '^gagemeht between^purrGailiWand thbfeof RuJna/ The  ;' Eight iafted four.Hours j '.Night putting' an EtiA to it: ' * Two of the Ruffian Gallies were funk, and fiwf others I' difabled..   Another Expref> arrived Yefterd^ ijroni Abo, ; < -w^^Ac&ide, l^\bur Flee^ confifting of 19 .Ships, of the ; 'nid that the Rnf- : j * fian Squadron of Gajlies lies ander Cover at. 'the Ifles of' ! '-^ftinger/..hCTmy-;mT:)^t^e�n. our Men of War and . 3�"Gallies.;. We are "alfd; told,: that this Exprefs,reports, � * that the Preliminaries of Peace between Sweden and Ruf-: ' fia were to be figned the-iotb Inftant by the Minrftersbf ; * the two Crowns at the Congrefs of Abo. ' ' The Court:hasI'nkewije received VCourier from Ma-' jor-General Freudehfeldt,'wth Advice, that he .had de-{* feated a large Detachment of Ruffian Troops, and after-| ' wards made himfelf Matter bf. the Town of Uhlo ; by-f' which Conguell the 'gr'eateft Part of the Eaftern Bothnia ' is again'brought "under the Dominion of Sweden. We hear from Nice, that* ah Englifh Man of War crui-\ fing along that Coaft, has taken a Spanifh Ship with a large r Sum of Money on board, which was.deftined for the Spa-\ nifh Army under-Count Gage. j '� Letters from Madrid fay, that Dbn Emanuel Pontius de ; Leon; whom the King charged 'tb affenible the Mihtia in  Catalonia deftinedto reinforce-the Infant Don Philip's Army, has writ to Court,: to befeech his Catholick Majefty to give that Commiffion to fpme Body elfe, as he cannot ex- ' ert his Authority without mariifeft.Danger of his Life; for that neither Entreaties nor Menaces can appeafe the Mutiny among that Militia rand-that when he went in purfuit of thole who had defertcd, hisjiorfe was (hot under him twice., It is fuppofed the Ship �f 30 Guns:and75 Men, (aid to be taken by a Spanifh Privateer, is the Veal Gaily, formerly the Triumph Snow, commanded by Capt.Campian, a-brilk,'gallantMan; She was bound from'Smyrna to Leghomt/v;-    ^nK-''".    .>      . ./ i , The SeatNyniphj-Hatoan,; pafe'd" by; BaYbadoes the; 26th of March, when all were well on board.        ' Yefterdaynched'thc-Lady Anne Einch. youngeft Daughter to ihe Rjght;Hon. the Earl of Wihchelfea. At a general Meeting of the Governors of? St.   m of bo and 70 Guns. '.-.j The Stjjuachin bad under her ConvoyiwBen fce Jailed ' .frpm.the iHavannah*. 8 Slobps^..3-SchooBersi 2 Brigs; ' and a Ship of io Guns, on board of which were 300  Soldiers/ and a Quantity^ Naval Stores^ "bound for St. ' Augaftine, tb|oin" a certain Number/of Troops and Fri-' gats, which were intended to go and attack the Ifland of '. Providence;  ^After (he parted with theft? Veffels fhe-took ' a^Ship bound tc Bermudas, and fent her to theHavahnah. ' -There, is expecied home every �ay five Sail of Gal-; ' leons,,and they.have alLOrders to.make, the Coaft of  France,' efpedally; BeH-Ifland; arid thofe that arrive' here are ordered to Rochfort to difcharge.' A few Days fince died at Francfort Mr. Dowglafs, Ma> fter of the Britifh Coffee houfc at Charing-Crofs; but who had the Care of the '� Waggons belonging to the Army under the Command of the Earl of Stair.' On Thurfday'Mbrhing'early'died, at his;Lodgingsat Hampftead/' Mr. "Savage, Mailer of the George Tavern in Ironmonger-lane, reputed worth upwards of 10,0001. On Thurfday laft died, at his Houfe in Leicefter-fields, Fields, Mr. Upton, who kept a Toy-wop th*re, and was efieem'd a facetious Companion, and a Perfbn of fair Character. - . . �  . :' -On Monday next will be a grand. Conmt of Mufick at-Rnckh6lt-Ho^:.Sihguig.by;,M^ Mr. Brett, the Breakjafting to begin atNiheo'Clock inthe Morning.. On Monday next a Match at Cricket will be play*d in the Artillery Ground, London, between the Nobility and-Gentlemen; of Woobum Clobb, l� .JBedfaxdJhire, and .the Gentlemen of Legion, rl�^ tonfide^ of Money. The' Wickets tp be agc�d: at Oiw b'Clock, on the Forfei-toreof one hundred' Guineas.;. the Ground; to be rop'd rbuhd as nfaal/and all Perfohsaji defired tbkeepontlw Ootfide of the Line."     The Match is to be play'd out. Bank Stock. \ 48. 5 8ths a 14th. India Ditto 1961 half a 195 a 1 half. South Sea Stock 115 5 8ths a 1 4th. Ditto Old Annuities 115.1 4th a 1 half a 3 8ths. Ditto New 115 t half a 5 8tbs. Three per Gent. Annuities 164" 1 half a 14th. Ditto 1712; 164 1 half a 1 4th. Ditto 1743, iot- 3 8ths a 1 8th. � Million Bank n8. Equivalent 111. Royal Affurance 82. London Afla-rance 11 3 4ths. Englifh Copper 41.10 s. Welch ditto no Price. African noj Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 119 3 4ths a 1 half. Five per Cent, ditto 78 1 half a 3 4ths. Bank Circulation 5 I. 7 s. 6 d. Prem. India Bonds 41. 10 s. a 6 a 7 s. Prem. Three- and a half Salt Tallies 3 Pr. Three and a half, per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 3 41 hs Difc. Lottery Tickets 11 1. 148. 6 d. Admiralty-Office, June 7, 1743.^- /T is th Direttion of my Lords Cwnmitftmers of the Admiralty, that all, the Petty Officers and Seamen, hr~5elonging to bis J^ajeffs Ship the Chatham, luboare abfent |j from their Duty, do repair on board the/aid Ship at Sheer-ne/s, on or before the 14/A Day of this Mmtb, on Pain not only of being made Ron on the Ship's Booh, but of being apprehended, and. tried at a Court Martial as Deferters, ___    Thomas Corbett. Admiralt y-Officf, June .7,. 1743. jr/HE RE AS tbs Petty Officers and Foremaft- rr Men belongingH.hisMaje/l/sSbipfthe^SttSferd, ar$ ordered one half on board the Prince of Orange �/Chatham, and the other half on board the, Berwick 4/Efeptfcrd, aphe Expiration of their Lewi, which expires famrrovt} and as thofe Ships are not yet ready-to receive them, the Lord/ Commiffioners of the Admiralty are fleafed to give tbitm longer Leave Jo be abfent fvm the Ships they are turned ing% untilWednefdqy the 1 ^tblnfiant',^ at which Jfoue, 
                            

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