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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 28, 1743, London, Middlesex MfO ^.:D.A �, March 28, 'if43. .. (,. ....... f -V rl^or and Ow�4a;.Bpmbs, .and: J. the Plymouth Transport. "Wifid I Letters fom ^tockftoim fey, that they" have had very "warm-debates in the Committee appointed to fettle the Sbcci^ontc^he Crown feveral Candidates y®rppofed, &d |hjong" them thePnn^RQy^qf l^enroark, who was yjgpjsdly fuppoted-bythc Dcpatles of .'the Onter of the l^etfaats. : That Prince's "Party grows fttfriger everyfI^ay ^ for^befidw the whole Qrdetof \tp Peaiarits; the parity of tife ck$y> '*my .of.^iBfe; !-ij&ii!t|^f:.:bf;'Uie'^pidiN^.i'iifld- fomVoTthe maritzickers are very muchTalarmedfat this;' 'becaufe i t fttraVriiatRHfifatt Ship intends to itfaftT Prize of all Ships boteaiftoor'ffoTAth6[Pj>iikpfSw^nl, ' "u ' Bf Letfers from" Ratifbo'n we hear, that'the French TTwprarein motion-onfcotlHides the~Danube; buTefpe- cially in the Upper Palatinate; and that this has obliged Ptittce Lobkowitz to call in bis Troops, whole (Quarters ttrfe'tfded'r^fcanUtheDatiabej and re-affemWpthetfin the. I^lgfifeuThobd Wald MonchcB. r It is written from Geneva, that the Infant Don Philip ^seoe|^^QM^^^-^-I^^^Pate^ of Dukeaf SivoyV World Jsnows, that the Eleftor has not thejteaft Claim'to  ^lie~^utt^ai^^oSnlOT,~'l^pf .indeed''"does "he pretend' * to look-upop" h^felf'to be at War with the Queen ,of Bonpry.. As for the Troops which' his late Electoral * HigJubefs farriiihed to the Emperdr," ?od which are in his � Imperial MajeftyTs Army;-on. the iaxne Footing as the ' H^Bans^the EleiKor is jfirmly .ivfotved hot to recall them : *:AsP txr the- reft, he hayproteftedagainft the Entrance of  tie^Enyim'and'H^overian Troops into his Terrkojies, � Empire, ifec.' Letters from Vienna of the.aoth Inftant, N.S. fay, that Mr.'Villers fetotrc on his ReWrn to Drefden the 16th, {after haying figned a;Convention with Jier-Hungarian JWajefty's Minifters, The Execution of which will foon follow.- By. Advices-^m-ycrfaillw We hear, that among other new: Regulations made by his. moft Chriftian Majefiy (wfio, ^ey ;,feiy, jbegms to-turn out a-great Statefman) he has Hrfolvedto gwe Encouragement ta�ld Officers iir the Army, said fuch yonng linjes^as may diffinguflhi-th'emfelvesin the Service ;;'^:wich\Pji�pofe, none ftafl'be allowed to fell 'fiii^egTm^tor^air/'-ifSer Psti', abr'difpofe of' k in any other Manner; ^s hath -been commonly praclifedfhitherto. A few Days /face "the Court receiv^iome'Difpatches from the Maquis &'CailelaD^'�Ct.|K.:;^|^^^ba'j(fedoi'-at the Porte ; and tho' wiey."are:kept very^ecret,' $?t it U cur-rendy reported that /he Gtand Signor is going "toafflemble alarge^Body of Troops wthe" Frontiers; of Hungary. flace tor pbteTvmgTEeHQtions of the Britilh, Hafloverian, Aoftrianapd Hefl&n i*ro6ps.; that are advancing towards VTU Si I.:' .w.,t-'a -n*tn Owr.frtrfKinent of 1 cooo Men ?hip�on. thethat^the:Gorfieans' *ave itiade;theimfelve^;"Ms^:eK-of the-Q'ty; of JGprfe- which is pretty we]l/orrified^,'fte.GenoefB havirig wl^draivrf'their GamlSPj'-^d'-tliartlief Jiave alfo taken the'fortified ^weVof Padilelai on the^Sfea Coaft,' w'Mlch^waiabin. dcwd2b7.5be,Genpefe^at their A^pWsch.' 'fiieVwrite irom the Hague; thatnone of the Provinces, except Prielland;: have as' yet. feot ;in their  Refolutibri to fr general,- upon. the.';r>dpbfi(ion ;atid Letter of 'TOfc.;Jfe-sC^'^g^#;i^^..>?: Hungary. 'w�h 30,ooo Men. � �" . Laft Week died of an Apopleflick Fit, Mrs. Davis, who jceprHte^ntelopr'Aleh^ufe-tiear Brury-.lane-.--She had been married but three Days before, this happen *d, to her Veiierday Jofeph Lcefon, Efq; Son and Heir of {thelate JW&Bj&J�fcPn LecfOn of .Dublin, arrived in Town from  Extraa of a Leittrfnm Gapt.Jandftte, oft&e gohn, at ;V...'--t.u"��Gfetftfc iaudftb. i6tb. ' ; ^Sunday the 2eth of-Februarys about 30 Leagues Weft � from Oporto, I met ,wkh a Settee, Spanifli Privateer, f with fix Carriageind feveral Swivel Quns, and as near .-� as I conUjab^/ibwt'86'br-9o'MenV''flie.d^g,d me *^�anHoar, and then took >is Leave, much lhatter'd, 'Tij we ply'd h^n prtw warmly for the Time he lay ' .^ag Our fide. We fuffcrM a h'ttle in our Rigging and ' Sailsj but no Maniurt.-i-Four of my Men left me at ' Tcrbiy, andasthe.Wind came fair, would >ot waSt to ' get more'intheir room, fo..-that I had but 10 Men on *�pard�?itfc me, who to a Man behav'd bravely^ which ' gave me great Satisfedtion. Our Guns being clofe was ' a great Advantage, as the Privateer fo much exceeded us in Number. On Saturday Night died Mrs. Gblding, Wife of Mr. Golding, of the Caftle Tavern in New Bond-ftreet. Yefterday Morning died Mrs. Bulli Wife of Mr. Bull, a Maton of confideraole Bufinefs, near the Pay-Office in Brpad-ftreet. On Saturday Night laft George Wainfcoft was committed to Clerkehwell Bridewell, by Col. De Veil, for BdrgJarioufiy breaking a Salh of the Shop of Mr. William Ctarad, a Libnen.draper near White-Hart Yard in Bridges-ftreet, Cevent-Garden, and attempting to take out of it between Teyen and;eight o'Clock afNTght a Piece of Check''; but being^detected "by a Gendewoman paffing by, whilft he was p'urfued and taken, flie went aWay ; if therefore fhe will make herfelf known to Col. De Veil, Mr. Conran will profecutethe ^id George Wainfcott, who is known to be a Pickpo&et'and Shoplifter. About Se.v*^ii$hi8 Evening is continued, in the Order of DoSor Taylor's prefent Courfe of Lectures on the Nature and. Cure of the Diftafes of the Eye, the Lectures on the-Difeafes of the Chryftdlline and immediate Organ of Sight; \yhersin an HiftoraaJ Narration will be given of all that has been faid on theje Difeafes, as well by Antients as Moderns.-^---Amongft the Variety of Perfons that Doctor Taylor has -under his Cure with Defects of Sight, he has Perfons wlth'almoft every Species of thefe Difeafes.-The Gentlemen who attend his Leftures are free to be prefent at all the Operations thit he (hall make for them, and to attend the Succefs. The Time and Order of which will be mentioned in his Lecturs this Evening. From the London Gazette. Gibraltar, Feb. 23, O.S. His Majefty's Ship the Rom-ney arrived here Yeiterday, with a large Ship of about 400 Tuns, loaded chiefly with Cpcheneal, and fome Chefts of Silver,'and^is7 judged to be worth near 120,0001. She was chafed near the Shore "off Faro, and by Signals which, (he made, and Boats, going on board her, and fome Chefts appearing to hav^ been opened, it is thought fome bf the Money was landed on the Coaft ofPortugal.. His Majefty's Ship the Oxford has alfo brought in a Prize laden with Provisions, valued at about 5 or 6001. P*tmrfb^bi^M&