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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 22, 1743, London, Middlesex NvMB;. 270^. WED N ESD A Y, June 22, 17^3. Wid7 J*m 20. �AST Night, failed \ht colphin Mto'of War, and the Granada Bomb, with die Outwitfd boond Ships ta the Wcftward. Remain the Shrewlburjr Man of War, and Terror Bomb ; the Matilda, Wiids, for Gibra'tar; the Dutch .Ship for Eail India. Arrived the Lark of Whitehaven, Fifher, for Riga. WindS.S:E. , Gravtfend\ Jmt 24. Pafc'd by the John and Mary, Coulfon ; and Atalanta, Leigh, from Montfeirat. Arrivedar feveral Ports. The Greyhound, Townlhend; and Fantyne, Read, from St. Kites, are arrived at Briftol. The Unicorn, Appleby, from London, at St. Kitts. The Speedwell, Bell, froraLifbon and Madeira, at Philadelphia. The Penelope, Elwood i and Scroop, Conway, from London, at St. Kitts. TheDantzick Merchant, Jeffreys, from Cowes, at Aoillerdam. r 1 _________ L O N DO N. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. According to Letters from Conftantinople of the 4th ef May, N.S. a Courier was arrived there with the News that Schach Nadir had entered Turcomania with a third Part of hi� Army, and defeated feveral Turkifli Detachments that attempted to oppofe his PaiTage ; after which he niade tomfelf Mafter OF the City of Cars; and laid the whole Province under Contribu. ion. After this Courier others came; difpatch'd by the B^Oiaw of Turcomania to the Grand Signor, to demand a Supply of Men and Money i bat the Pore having great Need of both, in order to fecure the Neighbouring Provinces from a Surpriz;, fent that BaOiaw but Part of the Money he abed for, and writ him Word at the fame Time, to mufter up as many Troops as he poffibly can in his Government, and make Head agiinft the Enemy, until a Lrger Bjdy can be brought againft them. The Porte's Finances b;ing but in a very indifferent Condition, a Tax has been laid on the Greek Clergy, according 10 the Number of Churches they have in Conftantinople and Places adjacent.. The Bifbop of Sophia being lately dead, the Muiiftry, under divers Pretexts, feized upon his Succeffion, and among other Things found 200 Purfes in Specie. The Ferment among the Inhabitants of Conftantinople gives the Porte nofinalTUneafi-nef>: The Malecoments, whofe Numbers appear to be very great, have difperfed Papers about theCity, and even dropt fome in the Seraglio, inviting the People to depofe the Grand Signor and his Miniftry. The Grand Vizir, in order to hinder this mutinous Spirit from (preaching amoi the Soldiery, cswfcd 50 awn; pf the cfiierFoniepteji thefe fedirious Practices to ^a^^jpJn^eriignt; they were immediately' fbangfed^nd their Carcafles. left itt the Streets to ternfy the People. TheRdflian Miniiler, taking Advantage of this Conjuri&ureV, repeated the Inftances he formerly made to obtain the Enlargement of about 80 Slaves born Subjects of Raffia, who were detained npon Pretence that they Ibewed an Inclination to embrace the Mahometan Religion : The Grand Vizir was very - traceable on this Occafion ; he went hunfelf to the Houfes where thofe Slaves were, kept, and fent them all back to Mr. Wifma-kow, the Ruffian Miniiler. Letters from Peterlburgh of the 4th Inftant, N.S. fay, that on the a 1 ft of May, a Courier arrived from Abo, with Difpatches from the.Generals Romanzow and Lubras, importing, ' That the Swedim Plenipotentiaries had declared � they were authorized to fign the Preliminaries of Peace � on the Footing of the Plan that had been ibewn them, * upon Condition that the Reftitutibn of the Province of * Nyland were included therein; but that if this would be � refufed them, they had Orders to break off the Confe- * rences and return Home.* The faid Courier was fent back to Abo the zd of June, with certain Modifications in the Article relating ts ..the Reilitution of the Province of Nyfand] ^ , From Stockholm they write, of the 14th Inftant, N.S. that they wait impatiently for the Arrival of a Courier from Abo, with favourable Difpatches concerning a Peace with Ruffia; and that in Hopes thofe Difpatches will prove to, they had refojved to proceed to the Election of a Sac-ceffbr to the Throne oh the 17th, which, it was thought, would fall on the Duke of Holftein Bifliop of Lubeck. In the mean time all the Troops continue in their Quarters, with Orders neverthelefs to be in Rcadinefs to march on the firft Notice. �� Other Advices from Sweden, by the Way of Hambourg, fay, that a. Body of 10,000 DanifiY Troops, that are dually in^ Norway, have received Orders to draw near Dalecarlia,-a Province of Sweden. / Letters from the Hague fay, that the Squadron which General Keith fent out from Ah/*, in order, to recoveir the Ifland of Aland,' has been obliged to return 10 that Port by contrary Winds. ... V- From Naples we bear,; that 4e*eral Conferences have-been lately held* at the Palace on Occafion of the Arrival 6flwoiC&ulierV"o^^frdm*Maa^ other from r � ' . �-� '.�'�'if �� '" " ' i Count Gage; fince which all the Officers.have received Orders to repair to their Regiments without any further Delay, and the Troops, on the Frontiers are actually in Morion. From Bologna they tell us, that the Auftrian and Pied-monteze Troops will not pafs the Panaro, until the Wheat Harveftis over, tmlefs the Motions of the Spaniards compel them to do it fooner. ' From Aufburgh we have Advice* that the Detachment fent from the Rhine joined Marfhal Broglio's Army at Do-nawert, the ic;th'Ihrtant, N S. and: that Count; Seckcn-dorfF arrived with the Imperial Army the next Day in the Camp near Donawerth. According to Advices from Nuremberg, it feems, that the D >nube is to have fome Refpite, and the Theatre of the War be wholly on the Rhine ; for Baron Palm, the Hungarian Miniiler at Ratifbon,- is arrived at Nuremberg, where the States of the Circle of Franconia, are actually fitting, and 'tis faid that one Part, of his Commiffion is t) fettle with the faid States tbePafftge of Prince Charles of Lorrain's Army, in Cafe his Serene Highnefl would receive Orders to join the. Allies on the Mair>. ExtraS of a Letterfrom Francfort, .yunt a3. ' The King of Great-Britain has fixed his HeadQuar-' ters, with the Duke of Cumberland, in the CafUe of A.f-' chaffenburgh. . A few Days ago the Earl of Stair, at the ' Head of 30 Troop-'rs, croffeaihe Main, in order to re- connoiire the Poftureof'a Bo^y'^r:Frencb'W�^h�I:ad:- vanced towards that Side. A Party of the latter having iffued out of a Wood, fell on the Britifb General's ' Efcorte, killed two of the Men, and dangeroufly wounded Mr. Littleton, his Aid de Camp, in the Thigh: TJie Eirl himfelf^narrowly efcaped,-'Wa1 Hat having, been Iriot � through With a Mu&e't-Bullet^ Then the l^rcnch,fled � into the Wood ; the'Troopers would have purfued them; ' but as there wasxeafoh to fear that the French only wanted 4 to draw them into an Ambufcade, the Earl of Stair ' would not fuffer them to do fu, but rtin ned immediately ' to the Camp. The King has told the Earl in the molt ' obliging Te.ms, " 1 hat he would take it ve y kindly of him not to expofe his Perfon on fuch Occafions as this, " but referve it for more Important cn 5. ... � There is no Alteration in the Pofition of the Allies, ' except that the Troops have drawn a little nearer to Af-' ch ffenburgh. The French Army under Marlhal Noail-' les reaches from Diepurgh to Oberburgh on the Main : Their Head 'Quarters are at Bobenhaufen. They are Matters of the Main above Afcfcaffenburgh, having ta-' ken- Poft at Worth and Miltenberg. They irific all Boats ' coining dowtf that River,; and flop fuch as are laden with 4 Proviuons andForrage, which-they keep for themfelves, < after paying the Value thereof to the Owners: So that ' the Allies have no Provifions nor Forragc from that Side of the Country. On Monday laft died, after a^(*djQB*j8�&, �t his Sw? 4n:j^foxdftu�t the Right Hon. the &ri Fitzwilliams of ^the Kingdom of Ireland. . To-mdrrbw comes on at Dt oftprs Conttnens, a veryf remarkable Trial, between the Heir at Xaw; ahd the Refi-duary Legatee of Mrs. Wills, a near Relation of the late Samuel Ruffel, Efq; formerly Sheriff 6f thrtCity. The Difpute is for 270001, which flie ordered by Will to be left to her Legatee, but died before the fign'dit.---The Queftion is, whether a Will exprefly ordered by the Tefta-tor, and actually drawn up accordingly, but by fome unavoidable Accident not flgned, be Valid or No ? Laft Week John Conyers, of Cp�t-Ha!l near Epping in Effex,Efq; was cbofe^S.Verduref in his Majefty's JForeft of Walthamin that County, in the room of Carew Harvey, alias Mildmay; Efq; deceas'd. Oa Monday Mr. Ripley, a wealthy Norwich Facto, was married at Weftminfter-Abbey to Mifs^Sdannah Oldham, Daughterof Mr. Oldbam, an eminent Maltfter at Norwich; a beautiful young Lady, with a Fortune of 40001. By Letters from Liftnn there is Advice, that a Fire happened lately at Cadiz, in his Catholick Majefty's Ar-fenal of the Caracca ; by which Accident three of the Magazines were burnt to the Ground, with all the Stores that were therein, computed at about 16000 Pounds Sterling. As the Fire broke out in two of them at the lame Time, it is fufpecled to have been done on purpofe ; and bad not M. Pintado, who is the Adcniral commanding at Cadiz, with the Intendant, immediately gone thither ta Concluding with a Grand Entertainment of Singing and Dtacing, caU'd � � ; J U P I TER and A L CM E N.A.; By Mr. Johnlbn, Mrs. Jackfon, Mr. Phillips, Madem. Lebrun^ Mr. Shawford, Madem. Kerman, and Mrs. Morris. lie Claatbt and Scout being entirety New. - --Totegln every Evening tt'FWe o'Clock. Every one will be admitted for a Pint of Wine as ufuaL- MvcTtifimenti of a Tjtoderatt Length art taken in for ibis Bat& M Two ShiUings each. 9. 9
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