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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 24, 1943, London, Middlesex ver - V � 3- Kursk 3749. M ON D A. If, j a- n v a r y 2'4, . 1743. v r fo the Proprietors 0/ South-Sea Stock Deal gentlemen, r _ O U are to be calPd together the 27th inftant, to confider of a Propofal from Mr. Knight, Cafhier to the "South-Sea Company in the Year 1720. As to his Conduit in that Year, you need only read over the feveral ASts of Parliament pafsM for forfeiting the Eflates of thelate South-Sea Directors, and of the Cafhier himfelf by Name. January. 22 TfeE fiefi^noe, Greyhound, and Mary Galley, are j fail'd for the River. Arriv'd, the Chatham Mag of Wtf, with the Delawar and Arabian,, from Turky ;.vihe-j Snapper, Qray, -from Jamaica; the Nathaniel, Huntet, friijm Liverpool ; the-Prince William, Grout, from Chefter; and the Union, Hill, from Callery. The Chatham and A&rtar Bomb remain'. Wind S. W. :Since our h'ft arrived a Mail from Fraxce, and one Holland. ^Mofcow, Decr 20. Her Imperial Majefty has conftituted equal Ddire of more clofely tying Tic Bands of .snt'e t Friendfhip; and Alliance,, in order mors effectually to provide for their mutual Prefervation and Defence, ami for that, of the Protelhnt Caufc, have agreed upon hrn> t: anc you will fee his Guilt defcribed ; there you wiMee him ronfider'd as one of the principal Confederates in th'atmoft There I M--Nariftin> her Minifler Plenipotentiary at the Court ff*w> either that they haw been brought oeat Britain, the Kingdoms 2nd Territories which he is poflefs'd of in Europe. 4. If one of the faid Kings ihould happen to be. attacked or invaded, the othe^&zll without Delay 'interpofe his good Offices, Sir order to engage the AggrefTor to defift from continum^"fuch Hoftilities. 5. And in c^fe fuch good Offices^Wfl n6t fcsre their defir^fiffesft," then the co^itraa-ing Power which fhall be required, fhaii fumiih the pcher with 8000 Foot and 2000 Horfe, in C3fe Land Forces""ihall be preferr'd to Sea, or Succours in Money ; and to prevent all Contefts, in refpeft to the Proportion berwixt one kind of Aid and another, it is agreed, that 1000 Foot thill be valued at 10000 Florins per Month, and iogo Horfe at 30000 Florins per Months and that the Marine Succours fhall be valued in the fame Proportion. 6. And in cafe the above Snccfiur fhall not prove fuflieitnt, :the faid Kings fhall furnifh larger in the f:me'Proportion, and even if the Csfe ftiould require it, (hall declare'War- sgiinft the Aggrefibr, and fhall mutunllyaffill each other witii ail their Forcer. 7. The above Kh:gs fhill invite into, this Alliance the Princes and States which ihali be.thought t>rctx*r ; and in the firft Place, the States General of the United Provinces are to be afk'd to enter into,it. 8. The prefent Treaty fhall be mutually ratified in a Month's Time. The following is the Memorial which Mr. Trevor pre-fentcd on the 19th of January to the St.;tcs General," wnen he communicated to ti:em the Treaty concluded between the King of Great Britain and the King of Pruffia. ' High and Mighty Lords, * The under-written Envoy Extraordinrry and Plenipo-6 tentiary from his Britannick Majelly, has Orders from the i King his Mailer to communicate to your High Mighti-' nefles, a Copy of the Defenfive Treaty concluded at * Weihninfleron the iSth of laft November with the King � of Prvffia. * Your H'gh MightmefTes will perceive by this Com-e munication, that one of the principal Defigns of the * contra&ing Powers has been to give a Proof of their par-' ticular Attention and confeant Friendfhip for your Ke-' publick, in agreeing by an exprefs Article in the Treaty ' to invite your High Mtghtincffes to accede thereto. Such ' is the Duty whicri I have now t:,e Honour to acquit my- * felf towards you in the N me of Ins Briunnick Majefty, * as the Mrnifter of his Pruffian M?jvfty has Orders to do ' in the Name of his Maftcr. ' Their M: jeftics doubt not but that Motives fo com-' xncndable and an End fo fdutiry as thefe of the prefent * Treaty are, will determine your Fiigu MightincfTes to * give without Delay the Weight of your Concurrence, net ' only in order to be vigilant for the Prefervation- of the ' Publick Safety and the Protdlant Religion, but alfo in c order cfFeflually to provide in this Time of Trouble, and at all future Times, for the mutual Defence of the con-Ties of tracing Powers,;. cqnformable to toe apticnt Friendfhip, and to the natural and invr-riable Intcrell of the three Powers; an Interelt which h;is never required- fincere or more intimr.te Ution, than in the a more Jfo ' prefent perplex'd Situation of Aff. irs in Europe.' The Count de Podewils, Miniiler {romp ruffia., has prefented a Memorial to the States General very much to the fame Purpofe. L O N D O N. By a Ship arriv'd at Bolton from Jamaica we have Ac rice, that a Sloop commanded by Capt. Ellingwocd, from that Ifland, with a valuable Cargo, was lately taken by a Spnn;lh Privateer, who took out of her the Mailer and .M^te, and all the Hands, excepting three, and put on bojrd her nine Spaniards and a Lieutenant, witii Orders to make the bell of their Way after them for the Ifknd cf Cuba. The three Men belonging to the Sloop perceiving the Privateer to be got out of Sight, confulted how to recover die Sloop again. Purfuant to this Confutation, they rofe upon the Lieutenant and th� nine Spaniards, killM fome, and wounded others, infomuch that they became Mailers of their Sloop again, and brought her to St. Ann's in Jamaica. Capt. James, in a Privateer of Rhodc-Ifland, has taken near the Windward-PafTage a Spanifh Privateer of 20 Guns and 40 Men, which beJong'd to Barracoa. This Privateer has taken nineteen Englifh Vefiels, and having put a great .Number of Hands on board, was the Rcafon of her being fo ill mann'd. Yefierday the Court went into Mourning for the late Elector Palatine. On Thurfday, the Anniverfary of his Hoyal HIghncfs the Prince'of Wales's Birth-Day, all the foreign Minifters din'dt together at a very magnificent Dinner, which they Gentlemen The following is the Subftance of the Treaty concluded order'd for that Purpofe at the Scar and Garter in Pall- moji humble Servant. between the. Kings of Great Britain and Pruffia. Thcfe Princes having duly reflcded upon the perilous A Proprietor. I Situation of Affairs in Europe, and being animated with an Mall, which was -followed with a Concert of Mufick ; and the Healths of his, Majefty, the Prince and Prirxtfs of Wales*- and all the Royal Family, were drank. ;