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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 27, 1943, London, Middlesex 1 ^ � � 4 fc" R IDAi;, May 27 1 ' Dtah .May 25. Ships as per.laft remain, With j Decency and Decorum. Law, and the whole Funeral perform'd with the atmott the Qaeen of Hungary^ for tiAo thp Baltimore, Rigs, for Virginia 3 the Safanna, Wood, *for Leghorn. WmdS; W. byS. Yefterday arrived a IVlail from Flanders. ConftantinopU, March 16. Peo- "die thej^ were in, leaft this Empire ftiOuld have been kttack'd by v the Monarch of Per/id, and they were not without Safpicion, that the March of the Ruffian Trdopfttowards Ajiratan was in Contert with that Conqueror: Bttt thefc Fears have been diffipatfed by >he repeated Aflhftnces of* the Ruffian Minifter, that nothing was intended by the March of chofe Troops, but tq repuli'e any Violet that ^^ght he ctfer*-d by the Scbafry *hor threatrfaM btfI'Cbnrr as xhuchas b*did the Port el Genoat May 15. According to Advices from Madrid, Court is -in' Treaty -with thofc of France, Denmark, and Sweden. Hague, May 25, The laft Letters from Turin positively contvadift the Report which has by fome People been faduitrioufly fprcad abouti the Carpet a Treaty- of Accommodation between his Sardinian Majefiy and the Court of Spain. They on the contrary'4?n)ngty afliire,. that the Troops had receiv'd the bft'Orders'to hold thexnfelves in readinefs to, march, in order to open the Campain, Mr. Cppk>: of Newington, riding an unruly Horie npar Khlgfland-Turnpike; a Matter Carpenter endeavoured to iiopl him,'but received iach a violent Kick, that Yefterday Morning he died of the fame. Next Sunday, in the Afternoon; being the Annh erfary of the Reftoration of King Charles II. a Sermon will be preach'd at Mercers Chapel, by the Rev. Mr. Steerc, A. M. Prayers will begin at half an Hour after Two. On Sunday next two Charity Sermons will be preach'd at St. Olave in Southwark, for the Benefit of the Charity that* in fhe Morning by the Rev. Mr. Howard, Chaplain to Ais-Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales, and LeQurer of St. Magnus by London-Bridge ; and that in the^ Afternoon .by the Rev. Mr. Bellinger, LeQurer of Trinity Parifh by the Minories. Pars-graph of Letters to a confiderable Mer'ehant in the Gty, from his Correfpondents in Charles-Town, in South-Carolina. July 19, 1742. After giving the Detail of an A&ion, he fays, * His Excellency merits the greatcit Glory,' and * th? Officers and Men defcrvc the higheft Praife.1 September 4. He fays, ' The greatcit Part of our For- * tunes, if not our Province, is, under God, jufily owing * to the General, with his Msjefty's Forces, being our ' Frontier, and behaving with fuch Wifdom and Bravery.' Oiiober 22- ' I am very confident the General is well * prepared to anfwer any Suggeilion of Blame that may be * imputed to him, and to make it appc r in how neceftary ' a Manner he has employed both the Publick Money and * his ow;j, in indefatigable and moft prudent Endeavours * for his Majefty's Service. Every unfpaniftiiied Englifh-. tan in this Continent has abundant Reafon to rtjoice that Providence has taken fo great Care of us/in fending the only proper Man, I believe, in Life, to be (where he is) our Frontier and Guard.' vVe hear Mr. Seward j*3 gone from his Booth in May-Fair, to the Market Place at Bow, where (during the Time of the Fair) he will divert the Gentry and others with a comical Farce, call'd, The Mock Dodor, or, The I t^ment-riven by the^ dumb Lady cur'd : To which will be added an EnteVtain- of the Birth of the infanta-of the T" whence People infier, that an Accommodation, between * ihe CroWns of Great Britain and Spain is at Hand. * * The Council of State is wholly employed in forwarding * tKe March of the 20000 Mtn. Upon the Refumption * of the Refoliition for the March of this Corps, a Member * of the Afiembly did all in his Power to overturn every * thing*that had been done in this Affair: But the Count de Bentinck fpoke with fo much Force upon the Sub)e�, * that he carried his Point, and deferves the Applaufe of * all his Countrymen. This Lord, and M. Van Haeren, * who always feconds him, . have undoubtedly the beft 4 Talents of any in the Repubhck, tho' they are each of * them of an Age wherein few have any great Relifh or * Capacity for publick Bufinefs. . * The Nomination of Generals was another Subjeft of 4 Debate, which was determiVd by the Proportion of * keeping every body to*'their Rank. So that Prince * William of Hejfe being obiigM to attend the Government 4 of the Landgrawiate, Couftt Maurice of Najfau,*. Son of 4 the lgteMarlhal d'Overkirk/ is appointed to command * the Horfe, and Baron Croonftrom to command the Foot,* who are next to Prince William in Rank/ L O N D O There is an Account from New York of the taking of la Game and Porto Cavalio. As this News comes irom feveral Parts, and told much" the fame way, it begins to gain Credit. We hear from Exeter,* that Sir Henry Northcote, Bart, one of the Members of Parliament for that City, died lately at his Seat near that Place. * ' � __ We hear that Philip Cavendith, Eftj; Admiral of the oe, will be made Admiral of the White,' in the Room of Sir Charles Wager, deceas'd, and that the reft of the Admirals will fucceed according to their Seniority. This Day the new feventy-gun Ship built at De^tford *31be launched. Yefterday Sir. Conyers ^Arcy, Comptroller of his Majefty's Houmoid, i^t out for his Seat in Yorkshire. , Laft Week died the Lady of - Dellafount/ Efq; CounfeHor at Laiw; and on Tuefday Night her Corps was depofued in a Va*tlt under the Chancel m the Temple- Ciucch. Her Pall was fupported- by fix Couniellers at ment, calTd, Harlequin Captive ; or, The Happy Efcape : with variety of Singing and Dancing. And we hear his Performances give univerfal Satisfaction. Several eminent and learned Divines, who greatly approve of a Work, no * publishing by Subscription, entitled, An Expofition on the Books of the New Teilament, com* pil*d by John Marchant, of New Shoreham in Suilcx, Gent, and recommended by them to- many Perfons, feveral of \yhom have applied to the Author, and are defirous of becoming Subfcribers; but thinking that by the prefent Method of Publication*' of two Sheets every Week for Three Pence, It will be too great a Length of Time before .the Book will be completed, the Author has determin'd *o reprint the faid Work, fp far,as he has proceeded therein^ and begin, to republifh the fome on Monday the 30th inftant, and continue every Monday after to deliver four Sheets for Six Pence to new Subfcribers, ftitch'd in blue Covers, till the Work is finifh'd ; but notwithstanding this, the Threepenny Numbers-will be regularly deliver*d agreeable to the printed Propofals, and by this Method of Publication, Subfcribers Books (both in the Sixpenny and Threepenny Numbers) will be finifh'd near at one and the fame Time- This Book will be embellifhM with a Set of curious Cuts, engravM on Copper Plates, which are copied from the originafPaintings of Peter-Paul Reubens, Michael Ahgelo, Corneiile, Dieu, Vieughels,'and other celebrated Hands, and will, in the Courfe of the Work, be delivered to the Subfcribers gratis, in their proper Places. As this Work is calculated for the Inftru&ion of all Perfons in our Holy Religion, and proper to be had in all Chriilian Families, it has met with fuch Applaufe, that on the Author's Rcqueft, his Majefty in Council, at his Palace at Kenfmgton, on the. 29th of O&ober laft, was-gracioufly pleafed to grant his Royal Patent and Licence for fecaring to the Author fof the Term of fourteen Years, the fole Benefit of publifhing this Work, as well as for preventing Printers, Bookfellers and others, from pyrating the fame, whereby the Publick fight be impofed on. We are defir*d farther to* inform the Publick, that the faid Work will be comprifed in one Volume in Folio, and will not exceed. fifty -five Sixpenny Numbers; all above the Author promifes to deliver gratis. A Specimen of the faid Work, both, of Cuts and Letter-,Prefs> may be fcen at .the PubIi(herTs, Mr, Cole,. Engraver, the Corner Qf King's Head Court, Holborn* where all Perform who. intend to become Subfcribers/ are defied to give Notice^ and they will be punctually ferv'd at their dWri 1 1 114.: Ditto 0:d ATu^u;t;es*i 14 { half a 5 Sths.' b tto New 11 j r 4th a 3 8fhs. Three* per Cent. a:iuu;t'ci iq^ 1 half a 3 4tiis. Ditto 1.742, 103 1 half a % 4ths. .Ditto 1743, 100 5 8ths,a 7 Sths. Million-Sink r.7. Equivalent iiv. R-?y&l.Afi'urMcr 81 5 4�ihs. Loudon Ajfaracce 11 j 8ths* Mine Adventure Slices, no Price. Esglifli. Copper 4J. ios. Welih ditto, no Price. , African, to Price. Seven per Cent JsiXipcror's Low: 1 ig.- F:ve pci \en%. ditto 77 1 half. Bk?*> ,CircuLton $L Pxew. Indw Bcnda 4J. iBs. a tSik a 17s. Prom. Tim-e 1 half Salt Tailless-1 4th; Prem. Three 1 half per Cent. Evchcquer Orders 5, Prfcm. Three p:r Cent, ditto x i hrilfj Difc. Lottery-Tickets lit 1 os. 6d. S 1 to C. St. GEO KG E; Efai UR Proftdion mull b? aljnw'd, a yerf 'f honzutMc one-, if not t>,2 nftoi! honsu.'aBl? �sf >il-qthcrs j fincc to Yidcihy arc corrmhfed-the Ore. and Protr&icrf o( Sovereign Priacts, ilie rrcogritives of tiicir Crcv.n-, and tnc Rights, Pro^cctics> and'LibcKica. of the Su'rjscl$ wh-r^fo-ewe cu^lit to bsve the rnoft refiaed Nottoos of Hcrour, and oDr"Wcrd ourfat tt he fa pun�ta?Hy ohfcrn the Point of appealing before the Tribun^ 0/ a tremendous Judge, wb6n laft of the r L vgs, be taken^s aft Iiw.ication of  The wo-, thy Seijeant next gbrerves, that his Scherr.e to Z\9b.dy, as it is to Virtue end i?elhnn. I r/iu 7. - .. .tm.\ * �� * �' To tftet Mr, Serjeant faid as to the dhoBWng of ite Church, heifitf < an unntrenVy Propofitrony I fcall for ReaforW ^vMent pais" over f but i � fuch a Fiopofal ihould taifc up',tin ftmewferfivfit anu Qscajtmai Cr?-* �fvii'fi* spinftMr. St. George,.'to * very ffrong Afgoment tor c0 1 givmfr hiraaH pofltble Encouragement�Jd Proteftiohj which we can 0$ < lawfuHy may arfard jiiin j as I bch'eve oaf Country looks upon us not1 � only the Bulwark of* her Liberty, but, a)& of-her.iSbteb^ ajainft SS * Attack! of Hfcretic&s* and Scffifmaticks. ;