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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 30, 1943, London, Middlesex r \ 'v. � Numb. MONDA Y, May 30 >743 Deal, May 28 4^. A/,'^(r^i JRRIV'D, the Calmar^a Swedifh Ship, from India; and the Dove, Ford, from South-Cart>l*ia. The Ships as per laft reateia. Wind South-Weft. Since our laft aiTiv WMa3 Flanders- \ Chamberry, Mm 10.Spaiuih y confidently agents by the Succours which daily arrive from Spain. It has Ordcn to be ready to march about the Middle of next Turin, Mai XI. According to Advices i^tyamberry, the Spaniards are preparing to open the Cm^vn j it $ Quarters before they have received ^*.*�5B^ T?oot�, and fome Artillery, of which'tt^JF* Needf We oft the contrary. ^^^JiZ Amty wffltib?a�B*-i*' beinsMy WWith almoft every Thing that is neceifcry for thai Parade. An Envoy Extraordinary is arrir'd here from Drefden, to conclude with our Cf undertaking any thing, notwithftanding the fre Reinforcements which from time to time it has rec confifting but of i6pooFoot ajad 4000 Horfe, refoh fend feven Battalions more of Militia, and fixtetn that Compan thefe Troop vu,u,w6 ~ :---jt----------, .., Arms out of the Kingdom, they have unanimouily declared, that they could'not cotifent tQ march, as it Was contrary-to their Contrad, moft of the Soldiers being .married. The iirft Battalion, which defiled from hence in good Order, and jfeemingly content, mutinied the next Day, fixM their bayonets, and refus'd to march. It was impoiTxble to make them hearken to Reaibj?. - Above 400 of them are feturn'd horne, with Drums beating, and Colours flying. Orders were immediately given to purfue. them, and bring them back either by Perfualion or Force; but it's fear'd they will.not eafily be prevailed upon, they being provided with Ammunition. A Courier has been difpatch'd jwtfa this News to Madrid. Genoa, May 13. Malignant Fevers have lately made terrible Havotk in this City, 11740 People having died J May The Marriage between the Prince yal and a Pnncefs of7 England, which has oeen hitherto >ken of with fo much Uncertainty, is undoubtedly fe-* * upon, and, it's thought, will fpeedily be publdh On Saturday the Tower of the Abbey-  at Court Brujfeh, Jt .Church at Coudenberg took Fire by a Flalh ot Lightening, .which entirely confum'd the fame, and melted the Bells but the Body of the-Church was preferv'd without any Damage. Yefterday being fix'd for celebrating the Coronation of the Queen, the Picture of her Majefty was placed under a magnificent Canopy, and under the Piftare the "following Infcription ; Auguftiffima2 SereniflLmasque Principi I i ' T H E R E S I i R Hungariae & Bohemia Reginae '/.rchiduci Auftriae, Duci Bugundiar, Brabantice, &c? Supra Sexum Mulieri forti Sasculi noftri Debone fan Colo Calatifve Mineroe fed prselia dura pati affuets JEUsIs hos.tIbUs, faUsxIs; aUgUrIIs . ' t coronatje. pram Did ft J*Patan, fef Jo ter Dicite Paan> \ Vos -jii^-lJu^ifC^-ifi gloria cara. domt Madt animi, 'virtufe tt?&a. Rigina triumph Notr Proavh -cedent Cdfdribujque tuis. Dum Tibijujta fuas aimulat ViSoria Jjaur Jtfre Bohetnorum Sceptra tenefque Thronum When r Auflrians entered the fragut. May 25. #9wn qf3Lapd|hyt,. they found oply one Houfe and the Church ftstnding,7 all the reft having been confumed by the *ire rj-ami-the Inhabitants were in fuch Difirefs, that Prince CKaxtes 3di3&ibute*d Neceffarics to them, for the French had plundered-it for tvio Day^fucceffively, arid had not left the leaft--,4king-^'^lae- ini it- -From hence.we marched to attack Deckendorff? upon our Approach we found that the Enemy had began to ft*.Fire to it, as we are affur'd they have alfo done to Natterperg, on the other Side d( the Ifer. The Inhumanities of the French have fo alienated 5 of the Bavarians, that as laft Year we could fcarce find a Spy, at-prefent they affift as to the utmoft of their Power. Prince Charles had before Dingelfing 32000 Mekcbmplete. It is uncertain whether the Enemy are retired | Charles Wager to Straubing or Ingolftadt, if to the firft, Prince Lobcowicc, by joindy operating with us, may enable tis to furround them. The French, during the Winter, have deitroyed all the Subfiftacce in this unfortunate Country, as Want and We hear that -- Bamfield for the City of Exeter, in the rc Ban. deceased. And that John Cleveland Cornwall We hear ^hat the Right Re�\ Dr. Gilbert, Biftop of Landaff, will fucceed Dr. Hough, deceas'd# in the oee of Worceft^f. And that Dr. Thomas will fucceed Dr; Gilbert in the Diftempers have a great Number of the Inhabitants. Prague, June 2. We have Advice that the Enemy has all on a fudden abandon'd Waflerburg, where our People ible Magazine, with fix great Cannons to them. But what is of See of Landaff. Laft Week di Samuel Short, F Vdlerday M at the Office of Ordnance in the T*�w of London, feveral Panels of tarr'd and white Rope, Swords, Hangers, Sivdrd Belts, Spades* Shovels, Parchment and Paper Cartridge*, Blocks, Powder-Horns, Lantborns, Horfe-Harnefs, Bayonets, Mujket-Barrels, Hand-Bills, Armourers, Carpenters, Wheel* wrights and Smiths Tools, with other old and unfer-viceabU Stores, which may be viwed till the Time of Sale at the faid Office, where printed Lifts of the Lots will be delivered til for them ia-Houie, z'7 May, 1743. cfHE Court of Directors of the Unittd Com La ry 4 of Mercian if of England, trading to the Eaf-Ind/eJ,-jt> hereby gvtie Notice, that a Quarterly General Court .of the laid Company will be bolde* at their Houfe m LeadenhaUj Street, on Wednefdaythe zidofjune next, upon fpecial Affairs < That their Transfer Books wiil be Jbut up on Tburfday-the z^dof the faid Janei at Two: o' Chcis and be opened again on Thurfday the 21/ of July next. 4 A,i that the 'Dividend Warrants, due af MidfamSier; ef (he faid jjfhj ;