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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 28, 1943, London, Middlesex /TUESDAY, June 28, 1743. Deal, J 26 ESTERDAY Afternoon fail'd the Terror Bomb, and Baltimore the Weft ward. Came Sloop, to down and Prize ; Cork; fail'd, the Deptford's the Nancy, Whiting, For the Senor de Pedro, Al- Re- for Turky; eza Baptifta, for Portugal, main, thS Dorfetfhire and Shrewf-bury Men of War, and the Difpatch Tender ; the Thames, Marchant, and the Matilda, Wiids, for Gibraltar. Yefterday arriv'd a Mail from Holland, Tn ExtraS of a Letterfrom the French Camp near Scligenjladt, dated June z 8 .- * Marihal Noailles having been informed that the Allies defign d to retire towards Hanau, refolv'cT to caufe a part of his Troops topafs the Main, in order to fall .upon the Rear Guard of the Enemy ; in Confequence whereof, having put himfelf at the Head of feveral Regiments of Horfe and Foot, he Yefterday Morning crofs'd the River with thofe Troops, fome part over two Bridges, which he had laid for that Purpofe, and the other part forded it near Seligenftadt. The Marihal then march'd up the side of the Main as far as Dettingen : But inftead of the he found there the whole allied Army, The Battle was Rear-Guard, which he could not help attacking. Its nd very bloody, and continued feveral Hours; but Marihal Noailles perceiving that he was not able to force the Allies, thought proper to withdraw his Troops, which repafs'd the Main without being purfued by the Enemy" We regain'd our old Camp, and preferv'd the Br.dges which we had upon the River. We have alfo" taken Jfchaffenbourg, the general Quarters of the Allies, reckoned that our Lois amounts to 2000 Men kilPd wounded. The Duke de Rochechonart, Major Genera], is. it's faid, in the Number of the former. The Count d'Eu, and the Dukes d'H r:ourt and BoufflerJ, are wounded. We have taken one Piece*-of Cannon, and five Standards.* .Hague, July 4. We have here the following Relation of the Battle of Dettingen. The Earl of Stair being informed of the March of 6000 Heffians and 6000 Hanoverians to join him, rcfolv'd to caufe his Army to move towards Hanau, and thereby facilitate the Jundiion. In Confequence whereof, the Army began to march on the Night between the 26th and 27th. Marfhal Ntfzrillva v^ts informM of riiis ^V-^aily, as to have Time to throw two Bridges over the Main, and caufe about 30000 of his belt Troops to p.;ist amongft which was the King's Houfhold. The Earl of Stair heard of the Paffage of the French at Four o'Clock in the Morn* ing, and immediately informed the King of it, who was at Afcbaffcnbour%. This General apprehending that the Defign of Marihal Noailles was to fall upon his Rear-Guard, feeing he had only part of his Army-with him, halted and ranged his Troops in Order of Battle above Dettingen. The King with his Guards immediately repaired to the Army, and the reft of the Troops were order'd to advance. Tho' the French did not expe� to fee the whole Army of the Allies in Motion, they never-good were form*d. Violence. This firft Attack was made with great, 'he French Houfhold Troops engagM the Englifh of the 1 ft Line, who after a terrible Fire began f6 give Way: But Dukp d'Aremberg perceiving that the Heat of the A&ion was on this Side, caused his Auftrian Troops to advance, in order to fupport the Englifh. Their Fire at firft ftagger'd the French, and foon afterwards put them in Confufion. A conceal'd Battery which the Allies had upon their Left greatly contributed thereto.; for when the right Wing of the French came within-*Reach, "it friftain'd'a Difcharge of Cartridge-Shot, which xompleted their Diforder. The Englifh Horfe and Dragoons purfued them to the Main, wherein many of the French were drownM. Part of their 2d Line threw themfelves into a Wood/ nines .'The King wis every W&re during the A&ioiy ^vlygh continued fix Hours, Tometimes oil Horfeb&k* ToaST" on Foot. His Prefenee very much contributed to the 'gaining of the Battle, at which but part of the Hanoverians affifted. the others remained near Afchajfenhourv. Duke am ong Officers. whom there are feveral General and Field The Houfhold Troops r.nve fufFered the moft. The allied Army has taken ten Pieces 01 Cannon, With feveral Colours and Standards. Tneir Lofs amounts to about 1500 Men, amongft whom. General Clayton is much regretted. The Army pafied the Nigh: upon, the Field of Battle, and the ne$t Day it marched towards Hanau. The French marched cpon the left of the Main towards 9jfenbdch. Dujfeldorp, July 2. Letters from Franc fort advife, that Lord Carteret and the Eledtor of Mentx were expected there to tranfadt fome important Affairs, which People imagine relate to the Accommodation between the Emperor and the Queen of Hungary. Hamburgh, June 28. They write from Stockholm, that on the 18th two Officers arrived there from Delicarlia, who reported that the Peafants of that Province, to the Number of 30000, were preparing to march to caufe the Prince of Denmark to be elected fcjucceffor to the Crown of Sweden* Mentz, June 30. We have received Advice here that Marfhal Broglio had entirely abandoned Bavaria, and was returning towards the Ncchr, where they are baking 54000 Rations of Bread for the Troops. It's added, that the Emperor, before his Departure irom Aufoourg, had charged Marfhal oeckendorff to declare, that he had Orders to ceafe to a�V againft the Annie* or the Queen of Hungary, from whence it's inferr'd that a Peace between thofe two Powers is at Hand. chat the two Leagues from Fiancfort, viz. tnat or tne Allies on the Right of tho Mai?;, and that of France on the Left of that River. the 28th in the Evening the The Letters are juft arrived here, advifing Armies were this Morning th that of the Francjort, June 30. On Emperor returned hither from Avjbourg. Nuncio and the Ambaffador Pope's here are expefted from Spain arrived Yefterday, and the other Foreign Mimitcrs here. te Day. Vim, June 28. Marihal Broglio marched with his Army, and the Body commanded by Count Segur, the 20th, from Donawert towards Heilfrvm. Prince Charles of Lorrain, who is advanced to Ingoljladt, has cauled a Detachment of HufTars, &c. to harnifs the French during their March. Marfhal Broglio ha* left Gurrifbns jn Ingol-fiadt and Donanvert. with Prince Charles to a provifional Sufpenlion cf Anns. The Troops of which the Imperial Army is compofed have feparated, in Order to take Qrartcrb in Francor.ia and bia% Count Seckendorff on the 2zd agreed o O L O N D O N. The Loyal William, Burkett, from Antig'tu for London, is taken, and carried into Bilbor.. The Betfv, Smith, bound for Fortug-il, and the Profit, Andrews, bound for the Madeir.is, arc taken, and carried into Cadiz. The Swift, Kemp, from Leghorn to London, is Iikewife taken, and carried into Bilboa, Yefterday a Meffcnger ::rriv'd at the Duke of NewcafUe's Office from Germany, with Difpatches from the Army. Yefterday Dr. Nicholls, an eminent Phyiician of. this City, was married to Mifs Betty Mead, yuungeft Daughter of Dr. Mead. On Thurfday laft died at her Houfe in Conduit-Street, the LadyAllin, Relift of Sir Richard Aiiin, Bart, of Somerleyton-Hall, in the County of Suffolk a Year devolves by whofe the to Count) Death a Rent-Charge of 500 1. prefent Sir Thomas Allin, Bart. Laft Sunday died fuddenly, at Cprdwainers Hall, Mr. Edward Butler, Attorney at Law, and Glerk of that Company. Yefterday William Davis was committed to Newgate by Col. De Veil for Shoplifcng, Healing Leather Breeches from the Shop of Mr. John Gooke. ;' As was Charles Vokm, a Waterman, by the fame Gentleman, for affauking John Dudley, bearing and bruiiing him, and then throwing him into the River. Laft Friday, on the Receipt of the News of the Victory obtain'd over the French at Dettingen, * the Ladies and Gentlemen at Tunbridge-Wells celebrated the Succefs of Fireworks, Mllu- The Night ended with a grand the Britifh Arms with great Rejoicings, jninatxons, Bo Sail, where the Ladies made a brilliant Figure, the Affem-bly being honoured with the Company of the molt cele-. br^ted BeaQties ; there being more Company at the Wells, d'Aremberg, who eminently, diftinguifhed himfelf iir.this j than ufual at this early Seafon : Thenvhole tyas conducted Aftion, was wounded in the Shoulder, and therefore didj with the greateft Decomm. not fee the End of the Battle, ~' I The Flemifh Troops, after the* Example of the Englifh/ did Woridfers. The Duke of Cumberland was all the Time in the Midft of the-Fire, .and his Royal'Highnefs was wounded in.the Leg^by a MufketBall. - -v Yefterday a Courier going from Hanau to London paffed through this Place. He parture from the Armv all necefTarv Preoarations were brings ____ , laft IUriefsi that excellent Surgeon, Mr. John Douglas, (Brother to:the late Dr. James Douglas, of Red-Lyon-SquareJ a Man of fuch Confequence to Mankind, that "the celebrated Dr. Boerhaave writes to him in this Manner : tyro Cldro Do. Do. JoLanni Douglas, Chirurgo' eximio, tfr. H Boerbaave; Gratulor \tibi de fulcberrimo, quo Artim Medicam promovifti, invento, cujtts G Ion am dabunt tibi in-laking for a fecqpd Engagement, and that-the Englifh } corrupti Judices ! Gratulor Humano Gtneri fummum quod inde accipiet BencficiumJ Gratulor denique & mihi ipfe, qui