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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 6, 1943, London, Middlesex mr-- r y F , DeaL June 3 - HE Hawk Sloop lail'd this Morning for Portfmputh. The Aug^fta Man oF War .remains. . Wind South-South-Ea� . Since, our Jafl amv'd the Mails from France and Flanders- Prague, June}, Five Pieces of Cannon were token at Deckendorf, __and as many were found at Waf- fenbourg, "befides which Prince Lobcowitz has found in an-old CSltle 860 JBdmbs, 32000 Cartridges, arid'an immenfe Quantity of Cannon Bullets. Prince Charles's Equipages havejbeen unfortunately burnt in a Bam, and not without a Suspicion of its having been done by fome treacherous Incendiary. Hanover, June 7, The King has fix'd his Departure from henee^the-Afmy-for Monday the 17th Intent \; and the *Tifci** ihe lim^E^. vcret propofes leaving this Place^on Thurfday next, or this Day Se'nnight. ... ' Liege, June 7. A Detachment of M. de Noailles's Army furpnfed the Town of Wimpfeu, a very ifrong Poll in the Circle of Franconia, on the 26th paft in $he Morning, and placed a numerous Garrifon there. Hambourgh, June 3. A1J Hopes of an Accommodation between the Courts of Ruffia and Sweden are at an End ; fo that the moil vigorous Preparations- of War are carrying on throughout the Kingdom of Sweden. Dujfeldorpy June 4. The State of Affairs in Bavaria grow worfe and worfe every Day. The only Advantage with which the Court of Munich can flatter itfelf, is, that the Bavarians will be joined by the French ; but when, where, or how they will join, remains a Secret. A Detachment of Bavarians was attacked 7by a Detachment of Auftrians on the 20th of the laft Month, when the former were entirely the utmoft Unfcafinefs in his Imperial Majeily at * the Conduft of our Miniftry, of whom he bitterly * complains :. In the firft Place, that the Court refus'd ' to fend Marihal Bdleifle to command the French Armies arid'that no Advantage may be made, the fame is order'd be taken -j - . - - - - - , m, other Reckoning. The Doors free, with French-Horns Bow, Your humble Servant, PHILO-MUSICA. BANKRUPTS. We hear that two Circuits Will Sir William Devonlhire, ;r the Recovery of his Health. Tomorrow will be held at Do&ors-Commons a Court of Admiralty, when will come on the Trial of the N. S. de Mifericordia, Capt. Don Throfifmo Andres, Ltc'y taken by his Majerty's Ship the Greyhound, Philip C.irteret, Efq; Commander, and brought to Plymouth. 1 Anthony Watfon, of Spennithorn,* in the County of York, Woolftapler and Chapman. William Jordan, late of Bifliam in the County of JSerks, Dealer in Timber and Chapman. Robert Corderoy, of Blewberry, in the County of Bsrks^ Mercer and Chapman. , Rutter Cole, late of Newcaftle upon Tyne, Merchant. ' High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 19 Minutes after 9 in tlie Morning, and 51 after 9 at Night. Saturday Bank Stock was 148 1 half. India Stock 197 1 half. Soirth-Sea Stock 115 1 4th. Ditto Old Arnuitie* 115 3 Sths. Ditto New 115 7 Sths a 116. Three per Cent, ^nr.u'ties ic4 3 8ths a 1 half? Ditto 1742, 104 3 8:hsa 1 half. Ditto 1743, 101 5 Sths a 3 4ths. Million B--mk 1 1 7. Equivalent in. Roy: 1 Afiumna 82, London A flu ranee 11 3 Jjths. Mine Adventure Sh?.res, no Prico. linglifli Copper 4I. 10s. Wdfli ditto, no Price. African, no Price. Seven per Cent"' Emperor's Loin 119. Five p rCent. ditto 78. Bank Circulif on 5I. 55. Prem. Ind � Bonds 4I. 13s. a 15s. Pr.m. -Trj-te 1 nali Salt Tallies 2 1 4th, Prcm. Tftree 1 half per Cent. Exchequer* Orders 5, Prem. Three p^r Cent, ditto 1 1 8th, Dilc. Lottery-Tickets 1 ll. 145. May 20. 1743. CfHE Principal Officers of b>s Majejtfs X Ordnance do hereby give Notice, That on Tuefday the jib of June next, they will fell by AuBion to the beft Bid-der% at the Office of Ordnance in the fewer of London, federal 'Belts, Spades, Shovels, Parchment and Paper Cartridges, On Saturday a Difpenfation pafsM the Seals to enable I Blocks, Povjder-Horns, Lantboms, Horfe-Hamefs, Bayonets, J arrived at Court from tne Army m Bavaria ; and 'tis 1 chefter, to hold the Redtory of Arlesfdrd in the- County of reported, that he brought the \News of the taking off Hants and Diocefe of Winchefter, together with the Rcdtory Braunauby the Auftrians, and an Account of fome Rencounters between the Troops of Count Saxe, and thofe of Prince Lobkowitz. tjk may They write from Toulon, that Admiral Mathews is *e-tarn'd with Jiis Fleet to the Ifles Hieres, which occafions great Uneafinefs upon our Coails; and the more, becaufe he has juft receiv'd 10 or 12000 Bombs, and is able'to make Defcents, which might prove very prejudicial to us in cafe of a Rupture with the Englilh, having nothing to oppofe them but about 7000 regular. Troops, three Battalions of Militia, and 10000 Gardes Codes. It's added, thatfonje Englifli Ships haying lately purfu'd two SpanKh Veflels as far as the Port of Toulon, the Cannon of the Out-Forts fired upon the forme)-, and did them great Damage. M. de la Toue, who commands there, arriv'd here lait Wednefday, in order to take new Inftruftions in relation to this Affair. Letters from Genoa of the 29th of laft Month import, that Count Gages has receiv'd Inftruftions from Madrid, disapproving his Retreat after the .Battle of Campo Santo, the King of Spain being aiTur'd that he might have kept his Ground in the Boulonnois. At ExtraS of a Letter from Jaris, dated June .4. * A general Difcontent prevails1 here againft the military * Difpofitions which have been heretofore made, and Hill * are making by the Emperor's Generals, who now feem to * fet themfelves in Superiority to thofe of France. The * Court, in order to remedy the Evils arifing therefrom, * and prevent the pernicious Confequences which may be * occafion'd thereby, has within a Day or two difpatch'd * two Couriers into Bavaria, one to Marihal Broglio, in * relation" to the Conduct which he is to obferve with his * Army, and the other to the Emperor, charg'd with Dif-4 patches of Importance; and amongfl: other things, with * a Memorial containing the Reafons which jiinder'd the * King from' consenting that his Generals Should purfue the '* famous Plan contriv'd by the Marihal Belleifle, which * the Court fent to the Emperor with Remarks. In An- * fwer to this Memorial, the Emperor fent two Couriers * to Verfailles, which occaSion'd various Conjectures. Bat * foon after we were inform'd from thence, that the' * Couriers were charg'd with Difpatche* which difcowr'd. of St. Mary, near Southampton. Tomorrow will be a general Mutter of the Firft Regiment j "to fuch as call for them. of Foot Guards in Hyde-Park. Lifts of th ct wife of Sc The new Cloathing is order'd,to be given out this Week the three Regiments of Foot-Guards. Mr. Brown, Son of the lute Col. Brown, is appointed an Enfig of William a :ier by on to Sir Matthew Decker, Bart, was fafely deliver'd of Daughter, at Sir Matthew's Houfe in St. James's Square. On Friday a Daughter of Mr. Brand, of Petty-France, Weftminfler, about Twelve Years of Age, w-is kdl'd by a Waggon overturning upon her on Fincnly Common ; Brother, who was in tne Waggon with her, efcip'd, jumping out before it fell to the Ground. The Warehoufe at the Corner of the Old Baily, Ludgate-HiU, felis a great many Irifh Stuffs to Ladies-who are going into the Country, they chufmg to buy them at that Warehoufe, as they can. fee great Choice of the moll fafhioaable, and iiave the right and beft Sort. We are inform'd that Tickets and Shares, as Halves, Fourthsj Eighths, and Sixteenths, are to be bought at the loweft Price, at MelT. Lowe and Berry's State Lottery-Office, Y in Stationers Alley near Ludgate-Street, and their Numerical and Regifter Btfaks may be depended upon for their Corredlnefs, being free from the Hurry that fome Parts of the Town are incommoded with. . At Ruckholt-Houfe, near Low-Layton, in Eflex, this Day (and to be continued during the Seafon) will be a Grand Concert of Vocal and Inftrumental Mufick, the Vocal Parts by Mr. LOWE and others. Tickets to be deliver'd at the Door for the Breakfafting, at is. 6d. each; and for the Evening Entertainment, each Perfon after One. o'Clock to pay 6 d- Tire Mufick in the Morning to begin at Nine, and continue till Twoin the Evening at Four, and continue the ufual Time!"; and during Breakfaft-Time, ndne to fmoke in the Hall or Gardens. As the Pleafantnefs of the Gardens, Fountains, Canals, &c. has occafionvd divers of the Nobility, Gentry, &c. to refort there on the Sabbath-Day to walk; in .order to keep Perfons out that may give Offence to them, none..will be admitted but with a Ticket, WeftmhUler-Bridge-Office, 6 June, .1743. cr'HE Co?nm f[ioners for HiiltHn* vVeliminiitr- Bridge are defied to meet at their Office near Old Palace* Yard, on Wednefday next, the %th in ft ant i at Ten J Clock in the Forenoon precifely, upon fpecial Affairs. Joj. AylofFe, Clerk. London, June 4, 1 CT*H-E Committee appointed by the Court of for the Poor of to fet at the Guildhall, London, oiiVP ednefday the %th infeant, at Ten 0* Clock in the Forenoon, to receive Propofals from fuch Perfons vjho are vuzlling to contracl voith them for the Delivery of fix hundred and thirty Chaldron of Coals, for the life of the Jaid Poor. M CT*H E Tfuftees of tb* Infirmary in James-Street., **� Weftminftetr, are defer d to meet at the fa id Infirmary Tomorrow, being the Jtb i*?ftant, at Eleven 0*Clock in the Forenoon, from thence to proceed to Sf. Margaret's Churchy vjhere a Sermon vjill be preached by the Rev. AnJrevj Trebeck, D. D. Reclor of St. George Hanover-Square; and offer Divine Service to dine, at their cvJh Expence, at the  Crown Tavern in King-Street, Weftminfter. Pf, B. ^Prayers vjill begin at Twelve 0*Clock. Fcr ROTTERDAM, The Princess W ALES Henry Harding, Commander, will be deliver One AILS on Wednefday next, now lying at the Hermitage,, to. take .irf Goods I'afTcngers"; and may be fpoke \\-kh on the Dutch Walk at Ex*chane time 3 die Am-'ftex^am Coffee- Houfe, orat the Red LyrnandSun, ih'Swithtn's Alley, both near" th&Royal Exchange $ and .after Exchange-time, at Henry Sparkeds, i�e Queen's Head, near Sc. ^Catherine's Stairs j,or JoftnTw yman for th e Majb^� ;