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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 2, 1743, London, Middlesex Hie London Daily Poft^^ad General Advertifer. f I tfit KM TUESDAY, August 2,1 .1743. |feM&*N the Men of War, with "the Bomb, aid the Outward-l found. Catne down Britannia, Sharp, far Carolina; Manna-Juke, Bowman; for Liibin.Wind i^S.W. Scroop, Conway; William and Anne, Rattin; and -Penelope, El-wood* from St. Kitrs ; Duke Demar, Tillet, from-Boloigi; Loyalty, RoM'nfoo, from Norway; and Rowland, Prowie, trom - * Arri'Oii at feveral'Ports. The Afhted, Oliver, from London, is arrived ft As* tigua. The Antigua Packet, Ltffey, from London, at Madeira. The Robert, Biefe, from Pool, at Genoa. The Happy-Return, Barrow; Recovery, Bolton ; and Britannia, Fell, from Antigua ; and the Prudence, RuiTcl, from Bofton, at Lancafter. The 1 rattan Merchant, Bowne, from Maryland, at Exeter The Mermaid, Littleton, from Antigua; and Hudfou, Wells, from Virginia, at Whitehaven. The Speedwell, Clack, from Virginia, off Dover. LONDON, The following is the Memorial prefented to the States Central the 25th of lait Month, N.S. by Baron Reifchach, the Hungarian Minifter at the Hague. BAron Reifchach, Envoy Extraordinary from her Majefty the Queen of Hungary and Bohemia, havmg been informed, that what paflcdin^he Conference between the-Velt Marihal Count Kevcnhuiler and the Velt Marihal, Count Seckendorff the 2 7th of laft Month, hat afforded a Handle for fpreading various Rep >rts, ar.d affuring alter-  nately, that a Treaty of Peace, or a Neutrality, or elfe an Armiilice was figned, and that thefe Report* were even confirmed by Advices from different Quarters;-after having been ext&ly informed by Difpatches from his Court, that every Thing publifheflon this Head was void of all Manner of Foundation, and nothing bat a meer Suppofition, he thought it his Duty to inform their High Mightinefles moie particularly of the Matter in Queftion, by coraraunica:ing 10 them the effential Part of every Thing that patted in that Conference, conformable tOx the Protocol and the A&s, whereof he has Copies by him. In the firft Place it is proper to obferve, that'his Electo-ra\ Highnefs of Bavaria did conftandy (hew an ofter Aversion to a Reconciliation, as long as he had the leaft Hopes of being fupported in Bavaria by the French Troops, and that he did not refolve to order Count Seckendorff ta-make Ouverturw, 'till he round himfetf deftkute of all Means of keeping Fojting in his Country. The Workfwill no doubt be aftonithed that, in fuch a Situation, this General did neverthelefs purfae a Plan full of an After Gams, very difficult to ^^^.ffij, jq ftfrrtv'^ffry Mn raicniite.theie were theofome of tire fame Troops, as the Affair was of a more ticklifh Nature. Prince Charles anfwered in the Margin of the Protocol, that Inflections on this Head'inuft be waited for from the Court of;Vienna. In fine, in regard to the other two Articles, Count Seckendorff brought a. gajiKupott the Tapis the Aflair of the new Kind of Neutrality winch he wanted to eftablHh; and in order to make it appear taore plaufible, he declares therein, that he will pat no Obftacle, directly or indirectly, to the Operations of the.Aoftrians, in hopes that the Queen's Troops will^ on their Part, commit no Hoftilities againft the Troops of the Elector of BaVaria ; then he repeatJ the fame Things contained in his Letter to Prince Charles, which is mentioned above, adding that the Bavarian Army mail Hay as long as poffible, and while the Subfiflences v.ill permit, in the Neighbourhood pf Wentingeni and in the Carles of Franr cbnia and Swabia, without making any Motion capable of thwarting the Operations of the Auftrian Army, as is (aid above. This Article having appeared of very great Confequence to Prince Charles, he likewife anfwered it thus in the Margin, that he could fiy nothing to it until he received Orders from his Court; the fame Anfwer he made to the next Article, which rolls on the Precautions to be taken, m order to prevent the Confufion or Difficulties that might happen in cafe the Officers and Soldiers fhould paft from one Camp to another, which, in Count Seckepdorff's Opinion, ought ivot to be allow'd without PaffportSj and fhould bt ftrictly forbid to the Sutlers. This is all that is material in the Protocol, and in the Conference held the 27th of June, and in which Count Kevenhuller did not treat without the Approbation and Ratification of Prince Charles. Before we proceed further, it is fit to inform their High Mightintfies, that Count Seckendorff at the Iffue of the Conference took care to acquaint M. Broglio with all that paffe J in it; and that we fee, in the Letter writ by the French-General the next Day, that copying after Count Seckendoiff, who (as we have faid above) wanted to ground himfelf on the Neutrality long before granted to the Empire, to the End that his Troops might not be attacked in the Territeries of the Empire, he {Maruat Broglio) attb' pretended, in Crofetplnce'fhefcof, thai the Aiutrian Troops could not juflly, for" the very fame Reafon, attack any o-ther Troops whatfoever; whereby he plainly pointed out the French Troops under his Command. In the Conduct of thefe two Generals one e^fily perceives their fecret Underftand;ng together, in order to bring a-bout the Separation of their Troops, already fettled and concerted between their Courts beforehand, to make it tarn out to the great Damage of the Queen and her Allies by fuddenly attacking their Army on the Main, if the Thing had been poffible : An Understanding, of which her Majefty has feveral Proofs by her. . At the End of this Letter of M. Broglio, there was a Memorial, alfo addrefled to Count Seckendorff, explaining the Conditions upon which he confented that the French Troops (hould evacuate the Towns of Ingolftadt and Strau-bingen, one of the chief of which was, that the French Garrifon at Egra, fhould alfo evacuate that Place upon the fame Capitulation as the other two; anew Article, which was not at all in Queftion in the Conference of the 27th and by which M. Broglio does not conform to what was agreed upon there. This Refolution of M. Broglio was fent to Count Seckendorff, who annexed thereto a Letter dated the 28th of laft Month, wherein heexpreffes his Impatience and Uneafinefs in Regard to the 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th Articles of the Protocol, which bad not been admitted nor approved by Prince Charles, and make ftrong Iiftances at the fame Time, that his Serene Highnefs would endeavour to obtain as foon as poffible the Confcnt of hi* Court to the (aid Article) : He likewife fays in this Letter, that tho' only the three firft Points were approved, he had neverthelefs (igned the Protocol entire, in full Confidence that the Whole would be approved of by the Court of Vienna. M. Kevenhul'er's Anfwer, dated the 29th of the fame Month, was, that the whole was immediately lent to the Court, which was then at Lints, and that Prince Charles expected a fpeedy Anfwer. This Anfwer was fent: Her Majefty the Queen of Hun- fary fignified to the Prince, that (he approved his Deci-ons, and the Anfwers made to the Articles which he had accepted ; and as for thereft, (he charged him to acquaint Count Seckendorff, that (he was not at War with the Elector as Head of the Empire, this being a Quality which (he has not acknowledged according to the formal Difpofition Of the Golden Bull, and that, neverthelefs, he (hall meet with no Traverfes as to what concerns his own Perfon in the Territories of the Empire, excepting in the Electorate of Bavaria; and that on the contrary, (he muff look upon him in Quality of Elector as her Enemy, until a perfect Reconciliation takes Place, and that his Troops, wherever the Queen's Troops may. meet with them, cannot be treated otherwife than as Enemies; that neverthelefs, (he is not a-verfe to a Reconciliation, whenever it (hall be treated of upon flie footing and conformable to whatlhe.Walgadf1 declared in feveral prwtt'd Kuces ; and laftly, that flie'nei-ther can nor will liflen o an/ Propofition, whether for ft Peace, a Truce, or a Ncu rai ry, without the Kriowledge, Participation, and Concurrent of her* Allies ; and therefore, for whatever, relates thereto, rheCoirrtof Mutrfchmuft apply to the Court where the Mimftcrt of the iaid Mies reside. , ' Ctron Reifchach muft, further inform the4r H1|h'Migh* linelfes, that the Queen: did:not delay a" Momehtid impart this RefqJution to the, King.of Great-Britain, ordering; the Duke of Are iberg to give Ai-n the ftrongeft Aflhranbfcs iu her Name, and that fhe> will m^:e no Treaty of Peace, Armiilice, nor Neutrality, without the Knowledge and Con ent of her Allies; and that (be hadgiven Ordersto her beloved Brother in-Law Prince Charles, a* WelPas-to him, hst General {the Dufee of Ar mbeTg) toptfrttie^ IHSrlnal Brog'io'a Army as faras the Thing was priaicable. �Their High Mightineffs being ths* exaitly informed ho* Matters Hand, and of the Intentions of the.Qulfen of Hungiry, which tend eflentially to'tfte procuring aj^ft'and lading Peace to Europe ; Baron Reifchach thinks fiimfelf further obliged to reprefent to them, that notwnhlbnding all thegood Succefs wi.h which Providence has been pleaj'd toblefs her Arms, fhe cannot a tain the defirable" End (he has in view, without the conilant Succours of her Allies, which become fo much th; more neceflary at this prefent juncture, becaofeit is only by their refotuts and urianunpus Concurrence that (be can hope to make a good Peace, fuch as all Europe wants, to the End that they may not beex* pofed to freih Troubles upon any new Event that may bap-p:n in Europe, as we have fatally experienced twice in lefs than ten Years, and in order to prevent thofe, who have not bienable to fucceed this Time in their Ambitious De-figna, from rifmg agiin to a Condition of improving th� firft favourable Oppo.tunity, which Troubles in the Eaft might furniih them with, to revive extinguifhed Claims, and fet all Europe in a FLme again. . ' : So that if their High Mightinefies, in fulfilling what is due to Treaties, have in View, as we can't doubt but they have, the Tranquility of the Empire, their own Security, and that of all Europe, 'tis now, more than ever, that they muft fupport their firft Steps with all the Vigour and Refolution that is poffible, zs the only Means to fucceed in fo noble a Defign, without fuffering themfelves to be diverged by all the Sophiftry, which the Enemies of her Majefty and. rhe publick Tranquility will not fail to nukeUfe of,-i� order to intimidate wavering Minds and faint Hearts, and make them Aide back juft at the very Time when Conftancy and Refolution is on the Point of doing all and obtaining every Thing. On Saturday laft one of his Majefty's Meffengers arrived, at his Grace rhe Duke of Newcaftle's Office from Hanau. Yefleiday Advice came that the Panther, Bell, bound, from St. Kitts to London, founder'd in her Paffage; but that the Crew were taken up by the Seymour, Lewis, who came from thence with her. On Thurfday laft the Hampfhire Manlof War failed from. . Plymouth, to cruize 00 the Spanifh Privateers. The King George Packet, Cowper, is failed from Falmouth, with the Mail for Lifhon. On Sunday laft died at Highgate the Lady Tafh, Relict of the late Sir John Tajh, Knight and Alderman of this City. On Tuefday laft died at Seven-Oakes in Kent, in tba 25th Year of her Age, Mifs Philadelphia Streatfield. She was nearly related to the Lady of Charles Polhill, Efq; one of the Commiffioners of Excife, who died fome Time fince. On Saturday laft the Right Hon. the Lord Allen, of Stillorgan in Ireland, arrived in Town from thence, with a very grand Retinue. . Laft Tuefday Mrs. Routh's Brown-bay Horfe Forfeit, went round the Courfe at Ipfwich alone tot the Hundred Guineas given by his Majefty. On Wednefday laft the Tankard was run for on Barham. Down* which was won by Mr. Prance's Bay Mare, againft Mr. Whitick's Bay Mare FroJIy Fact. And, on Thurfday the County Plate was run for, and won by Mr. Hartley's Grey Gelding Riverags, againft Mr. Grefwood's Grey Horfe Tom Tinier. On Tuefday laft was loft within two Leagues of Newport in Wales, a fmall Boat or Sloop, that was carrying � great many Paflengers to Briflol Fair, owing to the Care-lefsnefs of the Perfons who had the Conduct of her, by not putting in a Sufficiency of Ballaft; by which (he overtorn'd, and 13 Paflengers loft their Lives. Yefterday one Robert Peake was committed to New Pri-fon, for a Burglary and Felony, by Colonel De Veil, iu breaking open the Houfe of Mr. James Coward, a Prefler in Wood-ftieer, and taking feveral Goods out of it, hit Property. On Friday Night laft three Foot-pads robb'd fererai Perfons at Kenfington-Gore, from whom they got a oonfi-derable Booty. IRELAND. Dublin, July 26. A few Days ago Bartholomew Haa* ley, Gent, was appointed a Mailer Extraordinary for receiving Affidavits in the High Court of Chancery, Exchequer, King's-Bencb, and Common-Pleas. On Saturday laft Cornet Stopford was married, to Mife Betty Chetwood, a young Lady of great Beauty and Merit. Laft Thurfday Night lJeutenant James Mumford was married in Kilkenny, to Mifs Berry, a fiae young Lady, with 2000 1. Fortune. A few Days fince died, at bis Houfe at Carrick, the Rev. John Hinton, L.L D. Dean of Tuam in the County of Galway, and Vicar of Carricknefure in the County of Tipperary. We hear, that the Rev. Mr. Charles Thewles will fucceed him in the Livings of Carrick, which is in the Gift of the Right Hon. the Earl of Arran, and worth upward* of 300 J. per Ann. Advtrtifmgnts qf * mdtr$u U%tb art uhninfor tbii Papr *t Ty/e Shilling: tub. ;