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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 9, 1943, London, Middlesex Numb. 1840. AtVbt the johii an4 Alicej Rayiwsr, 1 for Pre Remain, the AuguIU Man of War; the Ttyton, for Hamburgh > the Lyon, Lyon, for Ltvcifxwl 1 and the Lyon Tran* {port. WiadN.by-B, Since our feft arrived a Mail from Fzahc �*and onifrom �lasue Frm Pan* A-la-main, May 15. In the Night be-ttteen the 8th and 9th a Fire broke out in the Marketplace of Vcrfaifles, which burnt with great Violence; fourteen Houfes Were fo immediately confined, chat tJie People who dwelt in them had fc&rce under of calling her Allies into Germany, to prevent from being overwhelm'd, and totally rutn\i ; nay, [, is j>erhaj�t too, the mpii barefaced Abfiirdi^ ti;at r was puWnVd , becaufe, as it were in the fame ath, the Imperial Court is conftrainM to iuifcfv tae Evening Entertainnrent, eaeh Perfon on Admittance, aftet Twt> o'Clock, to pay 6 d. There are Conveniences to entertain the largeH inqorporated. Company, as well a* anje other Cbippany who are fo kind as to order their Enters t^inments Were; and proper Cooks, are provided ^veij^ Day iir the Week, During Breakfaii-Time, no PeHbn to fmoak in the Hall. the New Weljs the Bottom of Lemon-Street, Good- man's Fields, ufual Diverf . - ^ , ----s-ns ; to which will be added, feveraJ new L^try of a foanh^pqh^Army into the^Empre, u.idtr j Exercifes, by a Company of Hungarians, Sdivoniai^ - }1jours^ juft arrived from their Travels. We hear Mr. Seward continues to entertain the Town vrren 99 3 Sths. Million Bnnk 117. Equivalent 111. koyal Auurancc 82. London Affurancc 11 t half. Min# Adventure Shares, no Price. EngHfti Copper. 4JL xos� Wc]ih ditto, no Price. Africa*^ no Price. Sow p�* Cent Emperor's Loan 114 1 4th. Five per Cent, ditto �5 3 8ths. Bank Circulation ^1. Prem. India Bcmdi 4I. t$u frem. Three 1 half Salt Tallies 2, Prem. ThrM I half per Cent. Exchequer Orders & Prejn. ..Thnge pcrCefil/ aitto 2, Difc. Lottery-Tickets iL 6s. 6d. Prem. Spires, though they^are not as yet above 7 or 8000 of them oft the other Side of the Rhine. ne, May 14. His Royal Highnefs the Duke of d arrived here this Morning, and intends to itay here ft Day or two. Lord Carteret is expetted Tumor- The Province of Zealand fentm her Confent Yeiler-' of TOW.' day to the Proportion of Holland, for the March aoooo Men to the Aflitlance of the Queen of Hungary; fo that there are now four Provinces for that Meafure, and but one, vit. Utrecht, that has declar'd itfelf againtt it; and it is not doubted, but this Affair will be finally concluded in a few'Days at the AfTembly of the States General. There are Letters in Town which mention Prince Charles's By the Marlborough, Capt. Codd, arriv1^ at Ufracomb from St. Kite's, we have Advice, that the Sylvia, Capt. Mac Cowley, belonging to Brillol, bound from the Ifle of May, was taken the 16th of January by a Sp n;fh Ship of 20 Guns and 160 Men, after which tue Silvia was loit going into Porto iRico. The laft Letters from Naples import, that a MJtefe Tartan Jxad ?taken a C^^ir B^fbary, of co�ftutr.:ble Force, commanded by a Spanifh Rencgado. Mr. Ca:far Hitwkius, an eminent Surgeon in Pall-Mall, is appointed Surgeon to his Majtfty's Houlhold, in the room of John Rariby, Efq; who is appointed one of the Serjeant Surgeons, in the room of Claudius Arnyand, Eiq; deceas'd. On Friday died at his Seat near Aldborough in Suffjlk, . , n Sir John Williams, lint, and Alderman oi Crippicguel A/1 T Lords CommtJ/l Ward. *Tis faid c-1 ^r:M r-----1 1 lWM L~"----J~J sh' n/r' Stock 186 unto uia Apnuitie* 8th. Tnree per Cent. Ditto Admiralty-Office, 7 May 1743. having paffed the Inn, and Obliged the Bavarian Troops to abandon their Polls in the Bifhoprick of SaJtzbourg; Jn ExtraS*of a Letter from a foreign Minifier at Fr a n c- KOrt, dated May 10.  Mr. Hugo, Minifter from Brunfwick, a few Days ago  prefented a-Hinging Memorial to tfte Diet, complaining of  the Condufl of the Emperor and his Miniftry. The Sub-  ftance of the Memorial is as follows. * That the Imperial Court, though at the fame*time it was tefti/ying an earneft Defire of prompting the Tranquility of the Empire, was ph the contrary purfuing a quite oppofite Con-du�t That continuing to rail in the moil off*en�ve i% Manner, and to declaim with the greateft Afperity againft the Queen of Hungary and her Allies, was by no means the Way to pacify the Troubles, and reconcile the Differences which at prefent unhappily exiiled there: That all the Imperial Writings, and especially die Let. ter to the Circles and States, to demand a free Paifage for the Arm)* of Marfhal Noaille$, might have been couch-" ed in much decenter Expreffions, and wrote, in a more 41 4t U II u cc �l believe it was fo, from the Improbability of its Sutecefs.; for how could it poffibly be expefted, that fuch Diverixty of Opinions as prevails amongft the Princes and States oi" the Empire, (hould presently agree in reconciling the Differences Which have arifen in Germany? Or was it not more likely, as indeed it has a&ually happened, that things would be rather thrown into Conm-~on, and Inveteracy prevail? That it was however premature and wrong for the Diet to accufe her Majefty of Hungary with having refufed to confent to the.Me-11 diation of the -Empire, iincethatPrincefs.had.declaredby M her Minifter, that how great Progrefi foever her Armies u might make in Germany, ihe and her Allies would be 11 always ready to lay down their Arms, and tubmit to a Mediation, in order to procure Peace to the Empire: That cc 4C CI �C ts H c 'Tis faid John Blacnford, Eftj; will as Alderman of the faid Ward without Oppoiition. Letters from Ireland advile, that Col. Rofe, Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoons, lately died there. On Saturday died at Wiudk>r, Mr. Thomas Bell, one t>f the Choir of that Collegiate Church, one cf tae Gentlemen of his Majeily^s Chapel Royal, and one of the Choir belonging to Weftminrter-Abbey. The Dean and Chapter of St. Peter Weftminfier have appointed Mr. David Jones to fucceed Mr. Thomas Bell, as one of the Choir of that Cathedral. The Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor has prefented the Rev.LauncelotJ^ckfon, D.D. to theRe&ory of Willingale-Spanie in the County of EiTex. His Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland has or-der'd the Cloaths of the Grenadiers Of the Firft Regiment of Guards, whereof he is Colonel, to be edg'd with Gold. On Friday Night died of a Consumption, at her Father's Houfe-in New Berkeley-Square, Mifs Brudenell, only Daughter of Capt. Thomas BrudenelL On Friday laft a coniiderabie Quantity of Tea, &c. was feiz'd at Brentford, and lodg'd at a Houfe on Strand on the Green ; the next Morning a Party of Smugglers axm*d with Fire-Arms,/att*ck*d the Houfe, and retook the Goods and carried them off in Triumph. On Saturday a Sturgeon weighing 1251b. which was fix Foot fix Inches long, was taken in the River of Thames, near Staines-Bridge, and was brought alive iaften'd to a Barg^to Whitehall-Stairs, where it was landed, and carried alive to his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales at Carlton-Houfe. On Saturday laft Daniel Lewis, Thomas Lewis, and Thomas May, three reputed Pickpockets, were committed by Col. De Ved to ClerkenweU and TothiU-Fields Bridewells, to hard Labour. On Saturday laft a young Woman well drefs'd was found drown'd near1 the Boarded River, Iflington, and was carried to the Church-Yard of that Town to be own'd. RuckhoU-Houfe, at Low-Laytotf, in Eflex, will be open'd this Day, being the 9th inftant, with a Grand Concert of Muikki To begin at Nine o'Clock in the Morning, and continue till Two; and in the Afternoon at Four, and to continue the ufual Time. Tickets to be delivered at the Door, and at Wenman's Punch-Houfe, for the Break�ifting onty, at 16 d. each * and for the - i Adniira /v. ts and Men cf bij matepyi Ship the Boyne, to be remwd into the Chicbefier at Pfyfeuib and the Leave of Abfence given to thpn being expir?%. it / their tordjbifs Diredion, that the fdid Officers and Men k immediately repair on board the Cbichefterat Plymouth j & elfe go tv Portfmouthf and apply to the Flag-Ojficer or Goth mander in Chief at that Port% tube twill fend tbeni t Plymouth in Tenders. But if any of the faid Men fail comply herewith, they will not only lofe their WagjeK i DireBions will be given for apprehending and t at a Court-Martial as Deferters. Tha Corbetf CT*H K 'Commute for letting the Citys Lands in the Account of the Chamberlain cf ^ ______ ______ ______ by Leafe, The Place or Office of one of the fifteen Sea-Caal-MHM of this City, vacant by the Death of Mr. William SbeppttrJ. And that the faid Commit fee nvill fit in the Council-Chamber vfthe Guildhall, hriidony on Wednefday next, the 1 ubinftdnii at Four o9 Clock in the Afternoon, to receive Profofals for tbi fame; of'&hichmore particular Information may be bad*4& the Comptroller's Office in the Guildhall dforefaid. v L D. SEAMAN, Comptroller. CbariiabU Corporal on for Kelef *>f ^ indufirious Poor, �s?f. are to hold a General Court eti their HonfcHn Spring-Garden on Friday nexts ihe \ ^tb inft&eti at 'Eleven- in the Forenoon, to confirm a Refolittioh taken at their'tfifi General Court to open the Trdnsfer-Boiks the faid-Corporationy and on other fpecial Affi _ L � V John Nind* Secretary THOSE Brethren or the molt Ajiuent and Honourable. Society of FREE aad -ACGEPtED N&SONS, who defign to wait upon the Right Hon. the Lord Ward, Grand Mifter, at Dinner, on Monday next, the 16th infbnt, at Brother Vipf nf*2, tbc Lcnjp Room at Hatnpftead, aiedefr'd to take oat Tickets, which''w& t&.fcrt at the Braund's Head, in Bond-Street j the Devil, Tempk-Bar j xb? Klitf* Arm*, St. Paul's Church-Yard j and the King's Head in the Potftfij. Dinner will be on the Table at Two o'Clock prectfeJjr. Note, Brethren are dtfir'd to take out Tickets by Friday Night at furthtft* that fuitable Prpyifioa may be providedu THE Creditors of MeiT. Hucy and Wttlcoc late of Alderrnanbory, Loftdhtj, Motilants, arid Bank defir'd to meet the Afijgheef �f the faid Bankrupts State iad I Friday the 13th inft&t, at Six o*Clock in the Anernoooy at tit Tavern, Cheapfide, to coniider about making * XXvidtAt*, and {pedal ASafii A" ;