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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 15, 1943, London, Middlesex - * * k rami TUESDAY, � 2 & r. u a r y 15 February 13. AME down and faiPd, the Stub-bington, Manger, for Leghorn; 2nd the -, Whitehead, for Port- Mahon Serpent Bomb, and remains; with the Sea-ford, and Granada Bomb; and the Richmond, Ellis, from Jamaica. ArrivM, the Morning Star, Wells* ^^^^^^^in twelve cays from Li&on. Vefterday arnv'd a Mail from Holland. Rente, Feb. 2. There are at prefent twcntjr-two Cardinals Caps to be difposM of, and Corradini lies at the Point of Death. Florence, Feb. 2. An epidemical Diftemper rages much here and has carried off great Numbers of People. The fame Diftemper has marie great Havock in the Eccle-fiaftical State, and in this Dutchy. Upwards of 5000 ied within a Month at Milan, bat now the ^^S^^Thc Matter of a Veffel arriv'd here / Won ' ^nrvence reports, that all tn% Catfrte& Pinks which were at Toulon were ordered to return to Bar* celona, and that new Orders are come to get a certain Number of Sailors ready to ernbark with them. The laft Letters receiv'd from Corfiea advife, that the Malecontents have been lately fupplied with a large Quantity of Arms and Ammunition of War, and that they do declare they are refolvM rather to dieSword in Hand, than fabmit to pay the Taxes imposed on them. Bologne, Feb. 5. We hear that the Spaniards made themselves Mafters Yeflerday of Buon.Porto, after a vigorous Defence from the Auftrians. Milan> Feb. 6. We have receiv'd Advice, that the Pledmontefe Troops that were at Regie* Parma, and Placentia, are gone to reinforce the Army of Count Traun. Sthafhoitfe, Feb. 14. The Canton of Lucerne has notified to that of Zurich, that it has granted Patents to fix Captains, three in the Service of the King of Spain, and three in that of the King of Sardinia, *o raife Men in the Lands that are in common. The Canton of Schwitz has caufed fuch a Declaration to be made with refped to twelve Captains in the Service of the Court of Spain. The Levies for this laft Crown are carried on with great Succefs, notwithstanding the lively Reprefentations made by the Marquis de Prie, Minifter from the Queen of Hungary, who pretends thatthefc Levies are contrary to the Neutrality efbblifh'd between the Houfe of Auftria and the Laudable Helvetick Body. The Spanirti Troops canton'd in the Neighbourhood of the Rhone confift almoft wholly in Cavalry, and were fent thither for the Conveniency of Foragt; but we hear they are order1 d to join the Body of the Army of Don Philip, wbp, it's affur'd, is preparing to pafs the Mountains, in order to penetrate into Italy. Stockholm, Feb. 4. The laft Advices from Peter/burg give no great Hopes of a Peace being brought about witn Ruffia% but upon hard Conditions; fo that Preparations are making to obtain that by Force which the Court of Ruffia refufes to grant by fair Means. Copenhagen, Feb. 9. Admiral Zuhm, who had the chief Management of. the Ship-Building, is remov'd from all his Employments, and the King has feiz'd all his Papers, and caufed them to be feaTd up, on account of his having accus'd Count Danne&old, Intendant of the Navy, ot certain Crimes which he could not juftify. Paris, Feb. 15. An E^ift has been publiih'd here by way of Regulation for the 38 Battalions of Militia, by; which his Majefty has enjoin'd each of them to add 300' Men to their Number, fo tliat each Batt^.on will amount to 900 Men. The Court has reteiv'd certain Advice, that by the defenfive Treaty of Alliance lately concluded between the Courts of Gnat Britain and Rujla, her Czarian Majefty has excepted in Form the Cafe of a War between England and France. Francforu Feb. 17. They write from Manheim, that the Elettor Palatine has declared, * That his Intention is * not to meddle, direftly or indireftly, with the prefent 1 War, but to obferve a ttriftNeutrality : That he enjoins  all his Subjects to aft conformably thereto, and to avoid ' doing any thing to the contrary/ This Declaration he has caufed to be fent to the Regency of the Dutch/ of Nunnboicrg, with Orders to communicate it to Prince Lobkowitz. On the 12th inftant the Prince Royal performed the Ceremony of inverting the Marihal Beiteifle with the Order of the Golden Fleece, conferr'd upon Jiim by the King of Spain. Letters from Sultzbaeb advife, that fome Auftrian Trdops were arriv'd in that Dutchy, and that they were to be followed by the whole Army of Prince Lobkowitz. We hear that Arnberg is furrounded on aD Sides by the Auftrians. Brujfeh, Feb. 19. On the 16th inftant the firft Divifion of the Englifli Troops, commanded by Lieutenant-General Campbell and Brigadier Huike, arriv'd in this City: Thofe Troops confifted of the King's Regiment of Dragoons, two Companies of the Grenadier Horfe-Guards, and fome Companies of Feot*Guards, and fome others : After having tefted here one Day, they fet our towards Lotevain. The Earl of Stair is arriv'd here ; as is alio the fecond Divifioii of the Britifh Troops, commanded by General Ligonier. LONDON. Yeftefday ft was Reported that the Right Hon. the Earl of Leicefter was dead.  Yefterday the Right Hon. the Earl of Litchfield lay at .the Point of Death, at his Houfe in Hanover-Square. Yefterday Admiral Vernon took his Seat in the Houfe of Commons, for Ipfwich in Suffolk. And two Writs are iflued out for Rochefter and Penryn, for the former of which David Polhill, Efqj is a Candidate, and Cant. Bofcawen for the latter. The fame Day Hans Stanley, Efq; took his Seat in the Houfe of Commons for the Borough of St. Alban's; and we hear Mr. Grimfton intends to Petition for an undue Ek&ion. We hear a Bill is order'd to be brought in for the Repeal of the Pot-Aft. Yefterday an Account came, that the Fortune, Strome, that was taken by a Spanifb Privateer in her Paflfage from London to Marfeilles, and carried into Malaga, has been feleafed. ' Y�fti�nfav rfiwi at his Wnnfe inRrind-Lane. Cat>�. William CT*HE Anniverfary Meeting of the Society fo+ the Propagation of the Go/pel in Foreign Parfr, will 6? held in .the Vefry-Room belonging to the Church of St. Mary le Bow in Ch*apfdey on Friday next, the l2th inftant, at Nine in the Long Room in the Cufiom-fhufe, LondofT, Several Parcels of Bohea and Green Tea^ Coffee rarw and roafiedj Brandy, Rum, Geneva^ Arrack, Cordial Waters, and Spruce-Beer ; a Parcel of Crenels, Worfted Yarn, and Thumbs ; together ove twenty Y-javs a Tlouickesver in Badge Ward, and ferv'd all Othre , being :eJncrd in OrcuniiLnces by great L-ffcs, about fourteen Years fince was ele^eu JiniiT Beadle, and now is Senior B-adle iff the faid Hclpital. _ ^ To the Worjb*.p;ul the Governors of ChrijhHfpital, London. gentlemen. YOU K Worfhi-ps Votes anJ In:ereft are humbly defied for A N N K B I D D E L U To be your School-MiArefs of Chriil-HofpittJ, in the room of Mrs. Sufan Bit)wn, decea/d. Your Petitioner is the WMow of a Clergym.jOj left with three Children, has kept a School fifteen Year?, and done i**t Duty with $ocd Reputation. She is a healthy Woman, thu ty-dght Years of Age, and hopes ycur Worfliips will chinlc her a fit Perfon. _' To (be tVorJbifful 1 he Governors of Cbrifi-Hajpital, London. Gentlemen, YuUR Votes an/ *ntereft are moil humbly defir'd for SUSANNA MEAD, (Wirt of the Rett Norman Mud, AM) To be Miftrefsof the M.idcn School in Chrift-HtipUal,- in the rootfi of my late Aunt, Mrs. Sufhnna Browne, deceas'd 5 having been Afliftant to her in thz BuAnefs of the fa d School upwards of twenty Years, and for two) Years part have h d the fole Care and M:�njgement thereof. Ydur Favoilr in. this Refpedt will be ellecm'd a Angular Obligation, by, Gentlemen, YiUr mofi obedient Servant, Syfaima Me^d. Nofe, The great Work in the faid School, at this Time efpcciaily, requiring my daily Attendance, I humbly kope' thofe Gentlemen whorn I cannot conveniently wait upon will excufe it, and accept of the Application ol my Friends in my Behalf._^__- about Six in Tomorrow\ (and every fVednefday) A the Evening, will be continu9dy 'fe of Letfurcs on the Nature and C By of the Diieafea of the EYE \ JOHN TAYLOR, DoStcr of Pb)ficki Surgeon% Oeuiift to bis Majifty^ and FeffaVf of fimat Corteges of Pbyficians in f reign Parts',' At his Houfe in Great Queen-Street, Liaco!nva Inn Fields. This Courfe is free to the Gentlemen of the Faculty and Diftfnfb'ofl. ' The Syllabus for thefe Lectures, his Trerfrfe on the Anatomy of the Eye, and the Sentiments of the Uriverfiries on his Succefs, may be all had at Mr. Cooper*^, in Pater-nofter-Rcw. About Twelve next Monday Mornfa* (�n& every Monday at the ftrnfr Hi�'ir)^vill be aflcmbled, at the Doctor1* Houfe, variety of Perfons.-y.~th, Ddetts of Sight, when* rruny of thofe lately reeover'd will attend: The Ounru� on thiS Occafton are invited. A Letter ligiTd dmicus is received, and if the Perfon who fent it will be fo kind as to call, or by; a Ltae fend where thrv may be fpoVe with, in order to make'an Enquiry into Afia'r, the Favour (toll be thankfully acknowledge, and meet with a fuitablc Rew.7jd. THE Letter figr/d G. S. dated the 10th infant, from SaflTron-Hill, and diredled to R. C. Square, together with the Packet, Is receivM. If trie Gentleman^ who wrote the taid Letter will be fo kind as to inform the faid R. C wh^fi and when he may be fpoke w:th, the Fevour will be aclai$r*ledga^ efpcciaily if that Gentlerrun-will think fit to poftpone the Rdotaaons , tionM in the faid Letter till after thh Meeting, as,defied MoreO\ nak Dcen THE Letter receiv'd, and the Gentleman to whom ft was vrrcte hfld\*'fijl Intention to have put the QusfHon home to the Lady, but wifetjr, to whom fte beiongM, was damnably afraid of th� P-^-X> *i^\8&3&M thought it his b�ft Way to be cwwally 6l#a;( \ ;