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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 4, 1743, London, Middlesex The London Daily Poft, and General Advertifer. mb.ty if. MO N.D A Y, July 4, 1743, Deal, July t. AI I'D Yefterday in the Afternoon^ Prifcilla, Tiffin, for Caro^ lina s Edward, Clarke, for Leghorn ; Succefs, Dunn, for Dub-: lis* Remain in the Downs his Majesty's Ships Dorfetfliire, and Shrewlbury j Matilda, Wilds, I'tfor Gibraltar j Raxley, Bomky, for Torkey. Wind S.S:E; LONDON. Veflerday arrived a Mail from Flanders. Letters from fcruflels inform us, that four Independant 'Companies.are marched from Luxembourg to the Army of the Allies, and that all the Englifh Troops aftually in thev Netherlands have received Orders to take the fame Route,v and march with all poffibie Diligence. Thefe Letters add, that 12000 French Troops are expected forthwith in the Neighbourhood of Dunkirk, in order to form a Camp there. The 20,000 Dutch Troops are to be all affembled on the Frontiers of the Republick the 24th Inftant, N.S. and General Diemar is a&ually fet out for the Hague, to-make the neceffary Requefis to the Princes and States through whofe Territories thofe Troops are to march, and at the fame time take proper Meafures for their Subfiilence 00 the Route. �: According to Letters from Stockholm, feveral Members-of the Nobleffe have taken Notice, that, the Dalecarlians truft to the Power which the Order of the Peafahto have gained in the prefent Dyet. chiefly by the Complaifance of the other-Orders in Jetting their Deputies "fit in the Secret Committee ; after which thofe Members perceiving that fome others were in their Sentiments, gave if as. their Opinion, that Firmnefs and Refolution being the only Remedy that could be applied on this Occafion, itwasrte. ceffary to exclude for ever the Peafants from the Secret Deliberations, and to proceed witK'the'i^b&^g^ipT:the> Laws dgainft all fuch as have fpiight. tp make % Faction, in the Dyet, in orchirto Eaften the Eleftjon. , , They write from Ratiihon, that every Thing is pretty quiet in Bavaria, fince the French have evacuated that Ele�-torate, and Count Seckendorff has put his Array into Quarters. Straubingen and Braunau remain blocked up by., the Auftrians, as are likevvife Donawerthr.and-IngoIHadt $ and tasStraubiDgen in-particular, by itt Situation oh the Danube, ob^ruccthe trahiiporttiig' of-fttM&bxa-tljer Anftriah AnayfihsY tiilk: of turning the River 'ifitj^ a-D�ff Chaimeith'ere.. It The Maghtrates of Fi^ncfbrt, hive ordered more-Gannon to be planted on the Ramparts of that Town, and the Guards to be doubled at all the Gates, on Account of the Vicinity pf the two Armies. : Prince William of Hefie Caflel, is arrived in that City,. and intend* to pafsaway a few Days in it; it is remarked, that he has already had a long Conference with the Emperor. They write from Genoa, -that M. Giuftiniani, the new Commruary-General for Cerriica, has fet fail for Corfica j that M.Venerofo, Commandant of Ajaccio, is expcled at Genoa, to give an Account of the State of Affairs in that Iilabd,; and how the inhabitants flood affefted, inRe> gard to^rAc'eommpd^ioa;. i the mean while, it is the-general Opinion of the-Genoefe, , that thofe Iflanders will mak�.aSheWof being^indined toPeace, until they have got in tbeir;Harvefti They add, that the Inhabitants; of St. RembhaVe taken up Arms, on Account of certain Innovations which the.Government wanted to introduce in Prejudice of their PrivUegea. . We'hear from Villa-franca^ that the Englifh have inter-. cep^rhe~;Fr^tf fri^$&!aT?^V4J*t�r�wpich^as'.du^ed to the Ftmi^fMM^f^MRvae .fpr the Pretender. * ' ; Letters fromHanaa fey, ithat an Adjutant-General is arrived there from Prince Charles of Lor rain, with Advice, that his Serene Higbnefs, who is in clofe Purfuit of-Marfhal Broglio, ha� fent a large Detachment :of Hoffars and Hungarian Twpstojdntte Amy of the Allies on the Main. Prince Charles's Army is faid tt> confift' of 64000" Men.' By a Liftof the' TrodpjrandeV ;Maflhal Npailles, it ap--' pea^s thai his Army \ cphfiits of 87 BapllionJ!, .and , 135 Sojuaaro'nv^.'-'ai Squadrons of Hdujhbid Troops, 82 of Horfe, to of Dragoons, and 12 of Hoffars. Letters from Nice fay; that Admiral Matthews has fent 11 Men of War to: cruize on the Coafts of Naples; and that aRepixrt;$>revails upi.ttat Town,, that.he,was.gone, with' ishe, reft' of jtbe Britifh Fleet.- to block up the Port of Cadiz r-;but they.; add,' that littleCredhy is given to this: Report.; :/. = � _ �� \:; .. "� �; ' - They write from Hanaa, that they have good Intelligence from Darmfbdt,. that 2200 wounded French have actuallypafied thro* that Place, and that there were- above 2000 atSeligenltadt; and that the French declare in their Camp, that their I^ofs amounts to above 5600 Men. The LofsJn^the^|pl)jned:Ar^ 700 Auftrians, and 500 Hanoverians. "We are affured from Liege, that the Marfhal de Broglio arrived with all his Array, on the 28th of June at Norlin-gen ; and chat the 6000 Hanoverians, and the 6000 Hef' fians, have joined the Grand Army of the Allies at Dor-nigheim ; that the Head Quarters are at Hanau ; and that the King is lodged in the CalUe of Keffelftadf, within a League of Francfort. * The following is the Tranflation.of a Letter from the Emperor to the Circle of Suabia. C H A R L E S .the Vllth. Tt-thc Dire8ers of the Circle of Suabia. WE having taken the Refolution to feparate our Imperial Army from the French, hithe.to our Auxiliaries, and to declare at the fame Time our faid Army to be. a true Imperial Army of the Empire ; and with this View to order them to enter into the Territories of the Empire,; which, purfqant to the (Orders given' to � our - Commanding General, is to-remain thete without any farther offehfive Operations of War, (an3 which we hope will be entirely laid afide by. the Party hitherto engaged in War againft us) and coofequently without the lead Inconveniency- or Mole* ftation to any Perfon whatfoever. We therefore would lofe no Time in acquainting you with, this oar Refolution, and to1 dtfire you at the. fame Time, not only to fufter our; faid Imperial Troops to enter into the Territories of your Circle, but to allow them a fafe Refi-' dence, to furhifh them with neceffary Provifions and Forage, and to fhew them your farther good' Will and Difp'ofition, to affiil them,- which will be incft agreeable to us, and gratefully acknowledged.. And we remain, Sec. &c. Datede.t Jugjburg, Jtine
e Cloatbt, Scenes^ and MuficK being entirely New. *#* Emery Ohetmllbi adnuttii for a Pint ofVTine a-fiete at ufual. To begin every Evening at Five o'Clock. At PHILLIPS^ NEW WELLS- Near the London Spaw, CJerkenwell, THIS Evening, and during theSummer-Seafqn, will beperform'd feveral new Exerdfes, by a Company of Hungarians, particularly -SAMPSON RAGATZI, Jumps over aMin and Horfe j alio the celebrated , Mademoiielle K E' P. M A N, Who perform*, the Exercife of the Flags on the StuiRGPAaad dancet on_the Stiff Rope in a Pair of Stilts. ' With extraordinary Performances on the Ladder, by Moniieur GERMAN. Likewife the celebrated CAESAR POLAMBIO, Who performs a new Exercife founded on the Principles of the Mathe* maticka. To which (by particular Defire) will be added, The HARLOT'S PROGRESS. also, An Exiia Refrefentation of the late Glorious Victory gain'd mr tbt French by tie Englifh, at the BattU of Dettingea, v/itb the Take irg tftbe White Hou&old-Standard by the Scots Greys. Note, The PublicK is alfo' defir'd to take Notice, that both Armies are New-cloath'd, with all other Accoutrements, aa Drums, Kettle-Drums, Trumpets, Hautboys, and French-Horns. Concluding with a Grand Chorus, call'd Hail! England's Prince, By Mr. Johnfon, and others. To begin every Evening at Five o'Clock. Every one will be admitted for a Pint of Wine as ufual. Admiralty-Office, July 2, 1743. - HfHE Leave of Abfence given to the Petty- �* Officers and Foremafi Men turned over from bis Ma/efy*s Ship the Defiance into the Alderney, expiring on the ^ih Infant; the Lords Commiffioners of tbt Admiralty do hereby, ftrifily charge them, at the Expiration of that Tme, to repair immediately,on Board the faid Ship Alderney at, the Nore, ivberetbeywillbe paid their Wages for Defiance. and two Months Wages .Advance before fie.proceeds to Sea}, but if any of them fail to repair on Board, they Weill not. only lofe the afore-mentioned Payments, but tmll be taken up, if tbey can be found, and tried at a Court Martial as De* firters. Thomas Corbett. R A N E L AG H-G A R D E N S. -crHIS Evenwg Mr, Sullivan will ftng fome Englijb Airs, being the frft Time of bis performing at this Place. C U P E RS-G A R D EN S.- rHIS'is te acquaint all Gentlemen and Ladies^ that this Night there will be great Alterations in the Fireworks, particularly the Figure of tbt London 'Premjce^ with a Lyon on each Side of him, in fucb a Manntr, as it is hoped will give a general SatufaQion to alL Adverttfoments*.of a moderate Length are taken in for thk Paper at Two Shillings each.
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