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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 18, 1943, London, Middlesex WfeDN E  D At, M.'t ii, 1743 D M>ty 1 6 AIUD, the Heni% Jefferys, for J .u;..;ica ; the Potufcen Merchant, joily, and tne Eaitern Bratich, Govv^r, both for Maryland ; the* J/'.nc, Vanderblock, for Lofton r the Mary* Snow, for Genoa ; the St, Patrick, Morettick, for Gibraltar ; the Lyen, Lyon, for Liverpool ; and the Lyon Transport. Arrived, the Chajaaing Sally, -* from Carolina j and the Jane, Walker, from Svvanzey. 't'he Augufta Man of War, the-Terror Bomb, and tne Try ton, Weldon, for Hamburgby remain. Wind Eaft. An ExtraS of a Lettergram the Hagu e, dated May 17. * There was warm debating, and fome protecting, * before the March of the 20000 Men for "the Service * of the Queen of Hungary^ was refold upon? fay, * the States^General. It was hoped that the Refolution * taken a few JOays before by the Peniionary of Holland 4 and feventeen Members, would have remov'd allObltades, 4 and brought the Provinces and Cities in the Oppofition * to Reafon ; but thefe Hopes were fruflrated, for the � Deputies of thofe oppofi.ig Cities, &c. rtjeftcd the * Plurality of Voices, as tocaily contrary to tne Treaty * of Union of the Seven Provinces, and faid, Tiiat a * fingle City might fufpend and flop the EiFedt of a Rcfo- * Iution, fo long as the Repablick was not threatened with * any iiriminent Danger ; and as that did not feem to be � the prefent Cafe, there was no Neceffity to caufe Troops * to march, for that the Confequence would, in allProlu- * bility, be a War with France : That to order the Troops * to inarch, would be inanifeiily doubting of tne reiterated Te Deum. The Account vfras brought by General Luchefe preceded by eight Poftilfions, and two Poit-Mafters. The whole Lok of the Enemy is certainly above 4000 Men, tho* it is impoffible to compute the cxj& Number, as there were fo many drownM in tne Inn. We hear that Prince Charlea having left a fufficient Force to block up Braunau, marcfaM himlelf, after the Battle, to attack tne French on the Side of Dingelfing. His wiioic Army confided of eight Regiments of fc'ooe, four of Horfe, and two of Huflurs, making in all about 16000 Men. In the Account Prince Charles of Lorrain fent to the Queen of Hungary of the Advantage over the i.r.varians, he fays : Your Majefty's Army is now encamp'd upon * the fame Ground where the Enemy uus oncamp*d before, * and have fuftain'd but a very fnvail Lois, the Dead ?nd ' Woftaded together not exceeding 100 Men, amongft which * are two Comets, two Lieutenants, and ; the General Officers, n Eriign. All (amongll whom Mjor General and re- trte new Upon Occafion of * c^Unt Kpnigfegg had a Horfe fhot under aim, ' ceiVd a flight Wound by the Fall) OflS&rs and Soldiers, * fliewed extraordinary Zeal and Bravery, and 5 Recruits behav'd with Refolution. * fmging the Te Deum to Day for this Vi&pry, I made a c fuil Difcharge of our Artillery towards the Town, and * we continue throwing Bombs into it. The Prifoncrs I ftrong U be broke through, efpcctally when her Majefty of Hungary was in very perilous Cir- cimfkincfs: That the late Emperor, in fuppreffing rhe Oft end Company, had honourably acquitted himfelt" of th -t }5art of his Engagements with tne Republick ; it was thtreiore the Duty of the States General to fulfil theirs towards the Qa^cr., his Daughter Heirefs ; Tiiac one of the fuvidaniri*:t.-ti Articles in the intimate Union of the Repubiick, was, never to foil in any of its �*'Engagements, which it has hitherto rtltgiotifly obftrv'd ; and fliould not, furely, begin to difregard fo laudable a Of Horfe 4 Of DragQons Lijl rf the Troops. 3 ! i Squidions, Squadrons, Of Foot 24 20 making. 4140 Men. Battalions, making 15910 41 Maxim, at a Time when Great Britain, who generou/ly fupports the fame Caufe, (hews it fo worthy an Example, in cauiing a large Body of its Forces to march in Aid of c its Ally, and to maintain the Balance of Power. That it was true the late Emperor had neglefled to fulfil certain Engagements, as not maintaining a fufficient Number of Troops in the ftrong Places of the Low Countries, and not ifluing the Decree of Abolition concerning the Maritime Commerce of the Port of Ofiend; That thefe Things ought in due Time to have been complained of, and required to be done without undergoing the Injury accruing from their being omitted to the Time of his DeatJ^r That what is now faid cbout them is quite out of SJeafon, and ought not in the leaft to derogate from the Treaty of Vienne: That it was like-wife an improper Thing to fay, Let us Supply her Majefty of Hungary with Money, and let us keep our Troops, in order to employ them in Cafe of Danger j for it actually is not in the Power of the Republick to peremptorily whether it will furnifh Succours in oncy or in Troops, the Choice being abfolutely in herMajeflyof#/^�tfry- That it was true, the States General had Verbally and" in Writing given his,moft Ckriftian In all 20050 They write from Coblentz of the 20th inftant, that on the 15th tire Englifli Artillery pa fled the Rhine at Neu* fet cue for wied, and refted there till the 19th, when thither. cc It � c� it it let cue Hochft, being Six Days march thither. Letters from Francfort mention, that the JFrench, who are polled the other Side the Rhine, feize upon all the Qites and other Grain, and,will not fuffer any to pafs thnt Pviver on the other Side of Francfort, flopping all VefT-ls, and fecuringall the Polls, in order to diftrefs the Englilh Army ; but that the Contractors for. tlicfe lift have already boug.it up. large Quantities, and have a great Supply on the Road from Hefle and Saxony. L O N D O N. 4t ft cc *t *4 it 4c �C u Yefterdr.y the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor nominated Charles Cuts, Efq; Citizen and Grocer, as a proper Perfon to ferve the Office of Sheriff of this City. Jofiah Burchett, Efq; late Secretary of the Admiralty, is dangeroufly ill at hi>-Houfe at Hampftead, Samuel Sandys, Efq; Chancellor of the Exchequer, goes this Week into Oxfordfhire. Next Week the Berwick Man of War, of eighty Guns, will be launched at Woolwich. Yefterday Mr. William Scrimfhire, an Attorney in St. Thomas Apoftle's, was chofe Clerk of the Upholfterers Majefiy many Afllirances of Cordiality and �riendftrip, J Company, in the room of Mr. John Scrimfhire, who has and bad even promifed that they would not take Part in the .prefent War, yior do any Thing which fhould tend to break the good Harmony fubfifting between him andrthe Republick; and they ftill perfifted in the fame Sentiments ; though it could not be imagined they were u it tt r! tn':S Day at 34 tVhr.uus after 6 in the Morning and 2 after - in the Afternoon. 1 -...If a 3 iths Ditto Old T.bK? p^r 1 4th Stock 189 a ! half. Souths in Stoc,. 113. Annuities 114 3 8chs. Ditto New ir^i;8cn. Ccn t. /\ n n u. 1 t-b 1 g 2 t 4th. D11to 1741, 1 o4 Ditto 1743, 90 7 Sths a 100. � MiJl cn B.mk 1 ij. Equivalent 1 m iv-vhi /.iiur.Micc 82. London Afiurance ii 1 half. Mine Adventure Shares, no Price. Englifti Copper d.'tro, no I'rice. African, ho Price. Five per Cent, ditto India Bonds * * V\ Li 4L ies. Seven per Cent Emperor's lou. 1 \ 5 76 3 4ths a 77. Brink Circulat-on ^1. Prem. 4I. 16s a 17s. Prem. Thiee 1 hall Salt TalPes 2 1 4th, Prem. Three 1 half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5, Prem. Three per Cert d;tro 2, D^fc. Lottery -Tickets 1 il. gs. .iDVEKI'i^t ivi fc N i to (be �ubjc ibers so th Rev. Mr. Stackhouse'j HISTORY of the bible, wBieb if now printing Hi-itb his Mnjr-ffs Riyat Privilege-end Licei&te� 7hey ate, dejird to take Notice, ( HAT the Firit Voli:nie of mis Work is 1 now \x\re^sJ, an3 that the EH at the Fifth Book, Enfig tfctf firff Sheet r.f the fifty-third "Num!>er� roni^leies riic Velum*. The General Tide to rhc Second Volume, ti'-g^tl^cr with a complete Index to the whole Work, will be deliver'*! with thi Number. T T ,0 N. B. A-y Per&n tlierc^ re tnr.c Uss a Mind to fu'itrlbe to this/W5rk f.^r the future, vnsy besin with No. I. or have the Firrt Volamtf deliv&'d all st rnce, either bt-und, or cn'y few'd Op in I'ail^lxj&rds; thou^f its bcir^ only put into I Binding for the prefeiit, is by mtsch the beft Method, and is therefore rtxu.i:.. ^;:dcd as fuch to thofc Perfons that have already got the Firft Volume, wh:ch they took in Weekly, as it came out in NumbttS. Printi-d S. Auften, in Newgate-Street. 'mutt* 'or ItUir.v the Ctty9s Land$% in the'Actount of the Cba?nherlaiH of tbe City of London9 give Notice, that thy intend to lett by feveral LeaJes'tS? following Lots, tvii&. 1. One Meffuage or Tenement and Dy'ebcufe, in Crtnvder** Well Alley, near Cripplcgate, now or late in the Occupation of Mr. Daniel Bird; and fixtee'n fmc^ll Meffuages or Tene* ments in tbefaid Alley, adjoining to the abrut, fbt a Temt of twenty-one Tears, 2. Two Meffuages or Tenemekts in Front in Fire-Streeti and three Meffuages or Tenements in a Court bebini tbt fame, calPd Helmet-Court, for & Terhi^pf tnvinty-om t'ehrs. 3. One Meffuage or Tenement at the Corner of L�mb*tb-Hill, in Thames-Streetj in the Occupation of Mri William Seantlebury, for a Term of fix Years. 4. One Meffuage or Tenement near the above, in Thames* Street, in the Occupation of Mr. Clement North, Peruke* Maker, for a Term of fix Tears. And that the (aid Committee will fitjnthl Council-Chamber of the Guildhall, London, this Day, being the \ %th inftant^ at Four 0* Clock~in the Afternoon, to receive Propofals for the fame ; of wfyzfb further Information and printedrarticulars may be bad'at the Comptroller s Office in the Guildhall aforefaid *,.hn which faid printed Particulars, all Perfons bidding for. any of the faid Lots are to write their Propofals. ' &J ^ D. SEAMAN, Comptroller. Leaa Otii.e, it. Martin's Lane, Cannon-Street* 10 May, I743- A70 TIC E is hertby given, that ibe Tr/infer- *� Books of the Corporation, of the Governor and Cov^any for fruiting down Lead with Pit-Coal and SeA'Coal, will bt font on Wednefday the z^th infant, and opened again on Wednejday the Zld of June; and that the Dividend-Warrants wiUhe ready to be delivered on Saturday the 2$tb of the fame Month, and afterwards on Mondays and Waclnefi days, between tbe Hours of Nine and Twelve. - Jocelyp -Farnft&tnrl, StC. W4/ HEREAS tne -Officers ot the Parilh of VV St. Luke, in die County of Middiefex. wer? maJe-treated by tfce PonuJace in the Execution of their Office on tuefdaj xhexzth of ApriJ i*ft| the Inhabitants of the faid Pari.h prvrtdh a Reward of Two Guineas t�>*nj Perfon it Perfons who /tall diftpver any of the Offenders, to be paid at the Bar of Fryex's Coffes-Houfe in Chifweil-Street, on their Coovtfbon. And the fcia Inhabitants gjte Notice, that they will orofecute for the fotttteal* WofittDi whofeJNaarc ^Elizabeth W;att, was apprehended, rfons wbo Jkall wefujne to exhibiC Shews, Drolls, or any other ifitaa, ifi M�*4ds; � �f o*� PJjgP im Po Faffixx; ;