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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 26, 1943, London, Middlesex r- ' TUESDAY, April 26, 1743 Deal, April 24. HIS Morning the Dreadnought Sutherland, and Greyhound Men of War, with the -outward-bound Ships, all fail'd to the Weitward. Arriv'd the Sally, Cole, from Smyrna ; the-Seahorfe, Read* from Leghorn; and theDifpatch Tender from Portfmouth. Remains th does the Duke Strafford Man of War the Vernon, Manley, edown Barba- Richmond, Joad, for Leghorn- Wind N. W An ExtraS of a Letter from a foreign Minifter at Fr. a n c- fo r t, dated April 26. * Count Piofefque, Captain of the Emperor's Guard, * who by Order of his Imperial Majefty, before his De- * parture for Munich, fet out'Poll for Verfailles, is xrharg'd � with very important Difpatches, and particularly to de- * mand of his moft Chriftian Majefty, that the Emperor may * have the abfolute Command of the French Armies in * Germany. His Imperial Majefty makes many Complaints � of the French Generals, and even of the Court of France .� itfelf; and it's manifeft that old Seckendorff is fo little *� inclined to have any Thing to do with the French, that * he has polled himfelf fo as to have both the Ifer and the . * Inn betwixt them and him, and keeps with his little � Army, which does not exceed 25000 Men, in the Bi- * Ihoprick of Saltzbourg, upon the Confines of Bavaria, � in order to defend the Entrance into that Country, and Sloop, Capt, John Howlatfon; the Delight Sloop, Capt. 1 High Water at London-Bridge this Day at i^Miftitflh John^Hunter ; the Mary Sloop, Capt. Thomas Aftiby ; [ after i in the Morning, and 38 after i in the Aftefooon: SoutlHvark, r\pnl 23, 1745. jiT s Meeting of fiver at hundred Elector % * of this Borough at the Bear Tavern, it * Vine's Father died ten Days fince, and left him an And whereas his Majefty'/ Commiffioners of Wine-1 have receixfd certain Information, of divers Pe-fi fuming to retail Wine without Licence*, and to