Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 23, 1943, London, Middlesex
Advertifer, Nufob. 3878. THURSDAY, June 23, 1743- TV*. 2 i �=^p===f�pp^ H I S Morning f.ifd for France, lliP^S^wS-i the Duke of Bedford's Yacht, with WMzl\ Matilda, Wilds, for Gibraltar ; and t".e Ruyfen, De Long, for Eaft i India. Arnv'd, the Loyal Herbert, a Herbert, from Exon; ant! the Ann, Wind Robinfon, from Liverpool. South-South-Eaft. An ExtraS of a Letter from the Hague, dated June Z5. � The Arrival of General Diemar at this Place ccc.dions ' frefh Deliberations, that Officer being fent to prefs their i High MightinefTes caufe their Troop: t-> pais the ' Rhine, which thofe People who are in tr.e Frencu Inte-� reft fay,' was not the Defign of tie Majority of the * Provinces", elpecially of thole vvhieh nave their Country's ' Welfare moft at Heart. It was indeed hop'd tnat this 4 Princefs would have contented herfelf with employing ' thefe Troops in the Auftrian Lmu Countries, as flic � would thereby have been enabled to h^ve withdrawn as '� many of her own from thence ; in the mean tirjae the .� zoooo Men. furnifhed by the RepubJick will affemble * in the Camp marked out between Maftricht and Namurc, ' and whilit the States General are deliberating about tne * Difpofition of them, fomething may happen in Germany � which may change the Face of Affairs. ' All the Reports which have been current of a Treaty � of Accommodation between the Court ot Turin and � that of Spain, are abfolutely without Foundation. Thefe * who know the Genius of the Court of Turin, and who * are acquainted with its Intereft, which can no othcrways * fuffer than in putting itfelf, like the Wafer in the Midft of t\i$ two Irons, between the two Branches of the Houfe of '* Bourbon, have never given Credit to tiiem, no more than � to the Report which ibme People have fpread about, that ' the Court of Naples had at length yielded to the Inftances ' of that of Spain, and had confented to fend into Ro-' magna the pretended Spanifh Regiments wnich are in * its'pervice;-the Reafon given for not believing this Re- * port, is, becaufe the Englifh have in very piain Terms 4 declared, that they will not fuffer themfeives to be ue- * ceived by this Artifice. The Emperor now fees very clearly that France makes � a Tool of him, and that (he docs not even conceal it : for though Mor.fieur Bro&lio eameftly preffts M:.rfhal � SeckendorfT to join him with the Imperial Troops at * Ingpl-idt, pretending by that Means t..cy'would in the * be*;. i'vianner fecure tnemkaves, he had evidently nothing morc'in view r.ian the better to fecure his own precipitate � Retreat, a.nd i'.ive, if poihbie, tne Honour of the French � Army.' Yefter.dav arriv'd a Mail from France. Paris A-la-main, Jane 29. The Regiments that were in Lorraitu, Frav.che-Comie, &c. together with the Houfhold Troops which were to h :Vl gone upon the Rhine, have received"Orders to march into Provence, unJ;r the command of Marlhal MaKlebois j; Advice having occn receh ti, tnat the Englifh, Fleet in tne Mediterranean had on board between, iz and 15000 t�,aad Forces, who were to make a Defcent upon the Coalt of Pi-ovence, ,3s fou as Hoftilities were begun upon the Main. They write from Bavaria, that I coo Bavarians, and a Squadron x)f Dragoons, were, made Prifoners of Wut by 800 Pandours, being betrayed by their Commander, who had quitted the Party of the Queen of Hungary to take that of the. Emperor ; but however, to puruih nis Perfidy, that Prineefs caufed him to be beheaded. Letters from the Army upon the Rhine of the 20th inflant advife,..that on the 18th the Engliih began to pafs the Main three Leagues from our Army, of wpich Marlhal Noailles being informed, detached the Regiment oi French Guards, with two other Regiments of Foot, preceded by Huffars; thefe laft found 860 Men already pstfed, upon, whom they fixed : When the reft of our Detachment arrived, the Engliih repafled the River, having tnree of their Men killed, and five taken Prrfoners. We like-wife had fome Men killed and wounded ; the Aid de Camp of M. de. Clennont receiv'd a Wound in his Breaft. Marfhal Noailles has caufed Cannon to be planted on the Backs of the Main, to prevent the Allies from making a fecond Attempt to. pafs that River. Parity June \\. This Day the Royal Academy of Surgery :held their- yearly Adembly, when che Secretary *ead tire-Names.of the Corn-fpoiidents deceas'd, and: thofe of the. Mtdi^uers ahociated fince the publick Meeting 1742, which are as follow, viz. Correjpondents deceas'd; Monf, de Vb.lpelier^s, M. L. and Surgeon of Beaecaire, &c. . Cor-tefpodtnti affociateal; Monf. Collin de la Crpix, Phyfician and Surgeon of the Royai: Wofpital ofPhalihourghi; &c; Monf: "SerresJ Surgeonj and Royal1 Demchltrator of Mbnt-pelher, &c. Monf. Medaion, 'M: D.. Ph^flcfan"'. to the Army, &c. Monf. Aiary, A. MV Lieute.ni?^:tO: the king's Firft.Surgeon at Verikilles, &;c. -Monf. E^roorier, A-fM: Surgeon,. andKing's Pttofeffar of MbntpeUier,. See. Felloes admittedi Shtfrjeld.Grace, M. D'- and- qna-of the Surgeons of the Gharitabk Infirmary of Dublin. Afterwards the Awdemy decLitJd,- that the Prizes- upori thi Snbje?l-of Refolutive Remedies, were obtain'd ; - the firft Prize by Monf. Ponder, Lieutenant to the King's Firft Surgeon at Aix in Provence j the fecond Prize by Monf. Hugon, Surgeon, at Aries; Monf. Mopilliers jun. Surgeon, of Augers, had the Accefiit. The Academy propotcs as the Subject of the Prize of 1744. Emollient Remedies ; the Memoirs to be written in Latin or French, and direct-to Monf. Quefnay, or Monf. Hevin, Secretaries. T;.^ Prize is an Admiffion into the Academy, and a Medal ot Ten Pounds Value. All except Members may be Candidates. LONDON. Yeflerday's French Mail advifes, thru the William and Mary, Capt. Palgrave, and the Mary, Capt. Cranford, are taken and carried into Malaga ; and the Ship commanded by Capt. Darjenfield, is like wife taken and c rried into Cadiz. Letters from New-York, dated May 6, advife, that his Majefty's Ship the Launcefton, Capt. Warren, has taken three Prizes, one of them a Brigantine laden with Powder and AminanitioH for La Guerre, the fecond of 300 Tons, and the third of 250, both laden with Hides, Cochineal, Money, &c. the firft he fent to Jamaica, and the two litter to Antigua, which Prizes are,- of very confiderable Value. Ycflerday was held a General Court of the Eafl-India Company, when it was unanimously agreed to divide Four per Cent, at Chrifrmas next for the H-lf-Y.-sr's Dividend, and to impowcr the Directors to build Ships on Account the Company ; of at the fame Time, a Dividend of Three and a Half for the Half-Year due at Midfummer was declared to be payable the 29th of July. On Monday laft was brought to Town under a ftrong Guard, a M:in from Derby, charg'd with high Treafon, in order to be try'd at the Courc of King's Bench for the faid Crime. Yefterday a Woman was committed to Newgate by Col. De Veil, for ftealing from Mrs. Heltcr Wheeler's Lodgings, a great Quantity of Wearing Apparel, to a confidence Value, and fome Money. L ft Night the new Performances at Goodman's Fi.kls Wells, met with great Applaufe from a very genteel Audience. Days apppined for holding the Summer Affizes for the Places following, viz. HOME CIRCUIT. Lord Chief Juftice Lee and Mr. Baron Reynolds. Hertford, Monday July jS, at Hertford. EfTex, Wednefday July 20, at Chelmsford. Kent, Tuefd.iy July 26, at Rochefter. SttfTex, Saturday July 30, at Lewis. Surry, Thurfd.v Augiift 4, at Kingfton upon Thames. OXFORD CIRCUIT.. Mr. Baron Carter and Mr. Baron Clarke. Berks, Monday July 11, at Abingdon. Oxford, Wednefday July 13, at Oxford. "Glouceltcr, Saturday July 16, at Gloucefter. City of Gloucefter, the fame Day, at the City of Gloucefter. Monmouth, Thurfday July 21, at Monmouth. Hereford, Saturday Juiy 23, at Hereford. \Vorcefte.r, Wednefday July 27, at Wcrcefter. City of Worcefter, the lame Day, at tr.e City of Worcefter. Salop, Saturday July 30, at Shrew/bury. Stafford, Wednefday Auguft 3, at Stafford. WESTERN CIRCUIT. Mr. Juftice Burnett and Mr. Serjeant Hujfey. Southampton, Tuefday July 12, at Winchefter. Wilts, Saturday July 16, at New Snrum. Town *nd County of Pool, Tnurfday July 21, at the Guildhall of'the fame Town. Dorfct, the fame Day, at Dorchefter. City and County of Exeter, Monday July 25, at the (-uildhall of the fime City. D--von, the fame Day, ?t i^e Caftle of Exeter. Cornwall, Tuefday, Auguft 2, at Bodaiyn omerfet, Tuefdr.y Auguil 9, at Wells. City of Briftol, Saturday Auguft 13, at_ the Guildhall of the fume City. MIDLAND CIRCUIT. Lord Chief Juftice Willes and Mr. Juftice Wright. Northampton, Tuefday July 19* at Northampton. , Rutland, Friday July 22, at Oakharn. Lincoln, Monday July 25, at the Caftle of Lincoln. City of Lincoln, the fame Day, at tne City of Lincoln. Nottingham, Thurfday July 28, at Nottingham. Town'of Nottingham, Juiy 29, at theTown of Nottingham. Derby, Saturday July 30, at Derby. Leicefter, Wednefday Auguft 3, at the Caftle of Leicefter. Borough of Leicefter,. Auguft xr at the Borough of Leicefter. City o/Coventry, Saturday Auguft 6, attheCity of Coventry. Warwick, the fame Day, at Warwick. NORTHERN C I R C U I T. Mr. Juftice Den if on and. Mr. Serjeant Birch. City of Y?rk, Monday July 18* at the Guildhall of the feme - City. Yorkfhire, the fame Day, aruhe Caftle'of York. Durham, Thurfday July 28, at the Caftle of Durham. Towri of Newcaftle upon' Tyne, Tuefday Auguft 2, at the Guildhall of the fame Town. Northumberland, the fame Day, at-the Caftle "of Newcaftle upon Tyne. Cumberland, Tuefday Auguft 9, at the City of Carlifle. Weftmorland, Monday Auguft 15, at Appleby. Lancashire, Friday Auguft 19, at the Caftle ef Lancafter. On Monday next a Cricket-Ivfrtch will be pjay'd the Artillery-Ground, London, between eleven G-.:-i! r en from Chiflehurii. and-Bromley in Kent, and eltVvn (j; ntlci men of London,' icr a coM:- t R.fort of Gentlenv.u Ladies to fee Cough's art'-ficd-- illuminated M .1 j Gr~eft hoafe m Long-L.me, near /!dt rlgate-Strr -r ; CurioliWs o profecutt all Perfons whatfoever of whom they fhall have Notice, who uSall hereafter buy any "live Cattle at Mile-End marefaid, oir eli'ewhere near the City of London : And to the End that no Perica m:y pretend Ignorance, the faid Inhabitants have order'd tnis Notice to- be advtrtis'oT in (be publick Papers. .* Hole, The Penalty is dovbk the Value of the Goods bought.