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Daily Post (Newspaper) - November 29, 1744, London, Middlesex 7876 November 2,9,, 1744, Letter from tie 4. ll Things here are ia the fame State of and the Time is in holding Councils and Since the Arrival of General Mr. Trevor and Baron chach have long Conferences together in the of that General and M. their High at who alfo here a few Days The lay Siege to the ' Members and Deputies of the and the Departure of for the Court of and tnar of the Earon for and fonie other German The which we are France is making to continue the and the Certainty we have that the Funds for defraying the vaft Expences fhe has are already fet us upon making very Reflexions 3nd it is very that the will not venture to take any Step that may bring that and her Allies upon her without being v ell of being able to if not at with It is on this Object that ill the Attention to be j and as we don't feed upon Chimeras this we don't flatter with Hopes of gaining this especially as we fee no great Likelihood of forming the intended grand which has been fo often given out in the publick Papers for a Thing as good as for the have more than once and very lately they will by no means concern in the pre- ' fent Troubles of Europe and thole German Courts be unite with the Houfe of and its find the French Troops that are to come into their and evtn into the Dominions of of and are from declaring in fovour of Vienna and her nor can % them whether as Auxiliaries without their Dominions and ' their Subjects to the of France and the Members of the League of as yet the King of Elector of only acts as an Auxiliary 5 and the more ibid Treaty of Union that which nas been forne time on the is j not yet brought to it. is very doubt fill whether it ever fome People who i have Opportunities of being well pretend I that this Treaty will not take and even go fb far as to that his has to that and has as much to the and that he may withdraw Troops he to the The breaking up of the Dyet muft needs have greatly contributed tp this Change of in the if fuch a Change is actually at all we are what a hard it is to the Houfe j of to Splendor and and to pull down the Power of France y fince all the Efforts made fince the Commencement of the and - - - tends to have Advice that the and the Forts of were the French the ( of Jaft The Poft from due this is not yet - the vail Sums expended When that had fewer have only to Strength and Dominions by procuring her formidable Theft are the that prevail upon the not to run blindly the Conferences of which may be fatal to and make her have to gentler Methods For it is the Government has drawn up a general to rher Extraordinary to French Court j from ail whicH the ready to a of c r Tho' the of Holland to replace thought rim yield to State to All ouf that die | at for an Fabrication or any Sea h i ng is forward there but What H in Time i nor da | that Field in 0tiigo&v&S^^V^ Advices of j We Accounts good that the after having reduced that Place Heap without any or - v - The Abbe de la the French Minifier pre- COUNTRY NEW S. Nov. current in this Town laft that Capt. the Haftor Matt of had taken a French off ia an Hour's and had fent 140 of her Crew Laft Saturday at her Houfe in this the Lady Mother to Sir Chaloner Vice-Admiral of his in the one of the Privateers belonging to brought in a rich Ship from laden with valued ar 10,00c 1. The brought to this PORT Nov. the for and the for Came m the from It is the of from that is in Studland 26. in from Southampton the a taken by the Privateer fome time Alio came in the from London for who with the Fleet under Admiral but not being able to carry was drove by the Gale of Wind upon the Coaft of and fo lott her andr is now 3gaintotheEaftwaxd. the for and the Prince of to the This Morning came having been drove at fome Place to the the of and for from whV intends again food as he can ft op his * Nov. 27. came to thp and the both Jamaica The Fleet the fo we they are in Nov. 2-7* Remains the MaB of with the for 0|>oo. Came down the Kan Capt. and is with the for E. Nov. 27.. by the St. de from the Durfley Lord from the William and the of and the from the i and the taken Arrivals at Portu ' from and the from the Robin who in her took a French Prize laden but having a At the frora ' At A large Flinch with a Letter with 4000 Quintals of is taken and into Gibraltar by his the Capt. The from Cork for has been taken on the Coaft of Portugal by which Privateer was afterwards funk and Men of and of the Spaniards The was retaken and feni into Faro for is taken and into a Port in The from Leghorn for is taken and into St. who is set ia 82 Days from Rio brings Advice that the Fleet from Lifton was The Baltick Fleet by Whitby the 25th under Convoy of two Men of and after Michaelmas viz. General Dec. 1.0 r 1 12 8 Dec. ij 14 ' rj Fourth General iS 1 tp Mail from hit hought nothing High Water at 25 Minutes in i. 1 was 112. 111 t 8th. to 1 New Soutli Sea 111 Pank 14T 1 Circulation 2 s. i India 1^4 1.half. Three per Cent. Annuities 02. Ditto 1743^93 1 Ditro 95/r^qr. Exchange ho - London dieto rr Liuia Bonds 2J, 12 s. Salt per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Five per ditto no Three 1 per Cent. Exchequer Orders hp Cent. no Lottery i 1 L ii & to 15?.' TH E. and of the of hereby give that they wilt fit at the Hoop and Griffin in Ward at Seven the 30th to receive foch the Lamps in the for oap whole beginning the 27th of co of a Burnar may be Kenat tbk the in ' 7 HERE AS in April there was at by Gaetano No. 1 a 4, on Board the on p o n. Strickland appointed Steward of Chatham the in the Mi. a. wealthy to Hits of j agreeable young left her Dir. bet of Vice- i in Francis an eminent ' Merchant of this y t Williarn for which no has This is to acquaint that he roay the by applying to Mr. at Sunk near the * Jo. be h A U By Vertue of a from the High Court - T- On and the ail are at the by the Sign of the at THE entire taken as IMae Privateer in of Hundred which are rich and reft all well To be oa rhe Days of Ws Mm i A to - I. Containing and for the Week wim any occasional for v. IU For Families fcr of the fot ' Guinea Laft Monday John was by 10 Oath of Mr. on the ' A Guide to & The Character of the Devout in - in Ordinary & bis Printed for S. Bat in -
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