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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 25, 1743, London, Middlesex The Londto Daily Poft, aad tienera^dvertifeT. M O D A Y, July 25, 1743. AME down and failed the. Nancy> TTMj"f|brSanta-Cruz ; the Fly, ^Rick^tts,,' ?6r,FiImqujh iv and the Eaft-lndia Yacht, Rbbinfon, "Yor the Weftward. Came doWp ihe Afme, DodTwor'th, for Mahone; and remain, with the JDoHeflhire, Bad ;$hr,ewfbH'ry Men.'Of :War, ] raqdvthe Granada Bomb. Wind S.S.E. Thel^chael, Wederbon ; and the King George, Ay res, (iota South CaroRna, are arrived off Dover; ! L O N, U.tOtN Sfnce oar-laft arrived the Mails from Holland, and., France* ExtrwB of a private Letter from Stotkboim, anted Juiy iz, :.N.S. ... .�. The Deputies ofthe Dale^rr&ris, and^thofebTthe Rea- * fants of-Upland aod W^mani^ .having ^erri$ed the 1 zzd oflaft Month, declared}that jhey accepted th/Peace � which was juft conduded'with Ruffia; that they Iilcew/fe � confented to the Nomination of Prince Adolphus .Ifcede-' rick, Admialibatpr, pf the pptqhy of Holftein' and BHhop * of Lubeck, in Quality of Suc'cetfdr to'thes ThrOTe'.dFS^e-^dean-lfliat they could :hav<:he#rtUyj:wjfljed i1l�^�wif^a' ut in 'Execution forthwith,� * while :;lte^ea&^st^iin,.'^.^C^^^}Mrw&A foey! * will, withdut farther Delay, reftirh,J5pme. ; (.., ,.; 1 * 3. That all thofe who have, in a�y .^aiin$r cqn^bntedj � to the ill Succefs of the prefent War, be tried and punHhedj * according; to the Rigour oOhe.Laws. .. t j * 4. That the Practice of Yarming. the Revenues, of jhe * Cuioms be abolifhed, an d_ that the Duties" on 3Ex porta ' and Imports ^Jfer^he.s'rutm^ put en; .they'd Footing! * end collected by..bffic^qelp^ing.to'^'Crown?.j ' \1 ' 5. That the Freedom of Trade,and C6^mer ......_r.. r,. ...... ' Poverty, be: exempted,.forii.imtaiA^uflib'er ofTears, -� from (heT�*caHed tp�&A Betahingi AfeifL. ui. * .9. ^h^ufieiFe^vali ftTHonour of thettoTy Apoitles' ' be kBplr^d^r^rlpa:^ . ,t--------. * 40.: AiKhihte^Jieiiate J^qjipns;,.of1.th'eJ D^lecarlians be 'jiever imputed to ^hem as a Crime, feeing they, dig not .Letters xrom dtotK-iiumi ui uc f.^- -j that .they received the ~D^;before^ the j$e$f AW ^a tificatio'ns of the Peace 'witirRunTa have been exchanged at Abo. vife. bled ^he^thiree'-pfeeeedmgr Day;.,______,_____ Bcem,Dt aU the Plants'.oT the1 Kinvdonifrom the Tax cal ; W. W^eXJii^f c^lfo^ted on the Sentence <�}il& W.Ctyp'i'. '�ljwr*��f *oden% broek, and confirmed the fame ; but that th'eK^pg'had been - l[Nfd. re told from Madrid, "that Don Jofeph de Carja"val & Lvniafter; Governor of'the Council of the Indies, has befpoke magni&c^Bt Equipages, which are to be ^niibed with all'pBffible DHpatch, he being -appointed^Embaflador to^a certain Court, whrchMhey cannot vet name. Advices from Genoa of the 14th of July, N S. fay, that Adnin-al"Matthews,"wkh-*a'6qua"dron of 13 S^�ps. of the Line,' three By landers, a- Firefhip, ac.d feverai-Tranfports, came and dropt Anchor in the- Road of that Harbour the Day before. 'From Francfort"we hear,- by Letters dated the 25th In-ftarii," N.S. that-the Army of'the Allier ltill encamped between that City andy.Hariau;1 that they .had-feni a large De- i tachment tdwaids Goffhejm within two Leagues.of Mentz; ; from whence it was judged, that.the Allies-would pafs the ! Rhine" in that Neig'hbouthocd? as foon as Prince Charles \ of LoVrain's Army h at hand to aft in Concert with-them: j The Prince was no1 yet arrived at Hanau, butthey expected | him"�very Hour. Prince William of Heffe GaiTelJias hired j a Houfe at.Frankfortr the Work he has taken in Hand being likely lb employ him -longer than heal m-ft imagined. ] According to Advices4rom Duffeldorp-, Marfiial NoaiHes has his Head Quarters ftUl at Worms, but has fent Part of j his.Troops'towardsOpperfheim; and 'th*thought his whole1 Army will quickly Tenlove a little lower down the Rhine,! 'in-order to prevent the Confederate Armyi paffing it. Tha Army under the Command' of: the Count de Saxe remain iri.the Nejghbouj-hood ot Spire, being defigned to watch th ^Mprjcns_of PrinceCharlelof Lorrain's Army. TheFxencl 'make^no Myftery_ tFdecTareTThanrreif Tro^opTT5e�JTloTbi confidered^ any longer- al'AuiiliaHef- to "the'Emperor,' fo: that they are now affembled for the -Defence of � their-ow Country. ..... , ? gjLetters from Paris bring Advice, that.the-Court h*rfen dqwn Orders to Breft, to equip forthwith^ eightiSJitps 0! the Line" of Battle/ ' YeVerai Regiments I. _ 6fc reinfurce the infant Don PhHip*s"Army. r Pahr?rtot'June zfi'fJ.SJ2' A ^rue-^Difcbvery has beei ("Trradrfrorrrwhence the-Pbgoe-was brought to-Meffina^- 4 Genoefe Tartan arrived there in March laft, ojnder Neapo^ litan Colours, from the Levant, loadedwith Wool that ha| been bought at Miffilongi, where the Matter was furnifh'jl -.with a clean. Patent, but afterwards went to Patraffo, wherp the'InfeSJiori wa's, toApurchafef'Contraband Goods. The Crewpppos'd t,his, b^t on his'Mefface* they* were obliged to land, 'and bought up Tobacco, and fome Cafes of Cotton Stuffy. 2ndwffliout-Having hi^Bill of-Healthrenewed, but iwith tik cleaif ^r^'froniTWiffilongiy-proceeded to' sMeffina. j'feeforei their 'Arrival, a Sailor," who had *duched :the faid Cafesi died of the Plague,, and was. thrown over-board, on which Account theiother Sailors-avoided, going near the Cabin wtiete-thofe Cafts.were.-- On their Arrival at Meffi-Ha>_they-took an Oatkthatthey were not infected, and that the Sailbr wanting was dead of a Fever, and had been thrown over-board, when they were diftint-from the Land. Whilft tWey^yere under Quarantines the-Mafter having-agreed it ' with'tiift'Guard,"'landed, iir the/Nighf-time, the Tobacco ra>dlC6ttctt^tofi|^' ihcS&ilors1, out tif-Fear, did not difco-ver;iti but as r^'^^K died-three Days afterwards, and other Sa'ilors fell -fick, and died of the Plague, the reft of the'nifrdifcovered'-wbat had happened j. uponwhich the Vef-fel W^ts "Burnt.1- and the-Saifors wereftripped naked, and put I"' into the "Lazaretto; ndhebf whom to this Time have died. The Magiftrate* of Health of Meffina omitted to make Seardi.for the Contraband Goods Which were concealed, and as the faid Sailors were all in Health, towards the 15th of May! the People who had received the Goods began to fell,them, immediately on which a malignant Fever broke put in thaTQuarter of the Towh only." The Senate took noPrecautions tp prevent the Sicknefs: fpreading, but as by the^d-ofMay it increafed, and the Number of People who died was confiderable, a Confutation of the Phyficrans was held, who concluded that it was an Epidemical Fever, whfclrAtcotmt rars^wrircen' to1 Palcrmoi >~-T-wo- Phyfkians only faid it was the.Plague, .and thofe two were reprimanded ana ch'aftifed, for"- Fear of ^Prejudice, to the 'Commerce of that City. Towards the z5th-of May there died upwards of 1 bo Perfons of a Day. To the 3 tft of the faid Month the Dead amounted to above 600, befides thofe that were fick, yet the Phi ficians perfilled in faying it was a malignant Fever only, and not the Plague, beca.ufe it wS not catching.* Finally, it has been obferved, that.to the 2th of this Month the Dead amounted to 3000 in the City, .ahd 3000 in the Hofpital. There are Liters jiow.at Palermo, that to the 1 zth of this Month, call the Nunjber .onb^e^^celTed'opdof and the Senate thefe write, "that they cannot "hold oilt any longer for want Of a fufficient Number ofjpeople, therefore one of the three Vicars General, who were font toxnake a Barricade from Melazzo to Taorjnioa, has .gaufjrd feveral Ovens to be bulk at the latter Place, and continually ife.nds Bread and Eatables-taMeSina. A Sura o'f+o^oo Crowns hasbee.11 fent to him, to difpofe as he fliaff'Sntf j[t .conve-nienr. They wrij* >Ifohqva M
j|-jgatt7af: fh� Town, -andrtheji'-put to Seaiott thar^mize, .haying received very little Damage. The Lords of *he*Regency havopublifbed a.fecond Pro-clamation, fo olplige:;Ships1 tp perform .Quarantain, in order to prevent the-Iofe&iQn in the Ifjand of Sicily being brought into this Kingdom. OnThutfdsyJaft a Propf pf Cannon was made at Woolwich, at which were prefept his Grace the Duke of Montague, and feveral Perfons' of Diftinfltion. On Friday, Morning a great Number, of Jtecrui$s were fhipp'd at Grayeferidi, for the Garr^fons of Gibraltar and i-Portmahone. We zre inrormed from. Peterfburg, ,that Prince. C?erba* tow is appointed to return >to the Court of Great Britain, in Quality of Envoy Extraordinary and^P/enippwntiary.. .He is attend. h^Maje'lfy in .germa'ny,. -an^ aftfrwards tp^pafs over to England in his Majefty's Retinue. " From Bavaria we hear, that Straubing has not yet fur-rendered, but, was batter'd with 42 Pieces of Catfnon." On Wednefday laft died at Sunbury in Middlefex,. Mrs. Morris, a Maiden Lad^y of confiderable Fortune, Sifter to -;-i Morris, who fin'd for Sherif/two Years fin'ii. On Thurfday laft died a� her Son's Country-houfe in Hoxton,- Mrs. Harris', -Mother to, Mr.Harris, a weilthy Throwtter in Goodman's-Fields, Laft Week the Corpfe of Mr. Wiljiam Barnet, who died ., a. few Day> jince at his iJoufe ihFCoc!lc;Xahe, ^Shoreditch, in the 8 3d,Year of h^Agfi,, was carried .from^ thence in a handfome Manner, and interred in ShpreditchChBrchyard; ^bout 40 Couple followed the Corpfe, the Men in long Black Cloaks, with Crape Hatbands and Black Gloves, which made a decent Appearance- He was the~oldeft . Butcher in Leadenball-Market, but had for fomeYears retired from Bufmefs, and lived upon his Ettate, vsnicli con--fifted of fmall.new-boilt Tenements in CocS-Lahe, and . Hare. Alley, 'in that Neighbourhood. On Saturday laft Jane. May hard was cojijnytted io Clerk-enwell Bridewell, by Col. De Veil, forJrobbAUg he>" Ready-fumifh'd Lodgings, the Property of Mrs. Anne Cokey. B A N K R IJ T 'S." ^ - - Jofias Taylor,-pf Bimopfgate-ilreet^Xc�dcai,-Gfocer. Sarah Clarke, of the Town of Battle in the County of - Sufiex, Milliner. Jofeph Galindo, late of Goodman's-Fields, Merchant. ^A^rUTmcms^opa^d^m'Lsn^b are-taken in fa ibis, Paper atjwo Shillings each.
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