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   Daily Post (Newspaper) - September 25, 1744, London, Middlesex                                Numb.. 7820 t-riTTfriV  .'-V I Tefttrdm. arriMibe Mail from Holland ' Rqmf> Sept. 12* V :V'%      .    *       , |HgE,two Armies; hjve bfeen for "jpme'time in a ijtate o^'Inac-Bpfi, which is attribut|d, to a l)dfign forhi'd to jga|rc^a^*y phi each"other Y but'IxSis is ^hly "Corijeftuxe^. Ho-we^e*, ^l^certaio, .ttaarithe Neapo-.^nV have begijii to iend .their heavy Baggage and Parr l^^ei^AitiUe^^^r^dfe?' 'Kingdom of Naples, and the; Auftrians continue &adl&� hitfermanyT^^;fc^^g-ing to their. Camp... Btpie People will have/it ffoat a Neutrality isxohclude^lbfc^etovtle'Courtso'f -Vienna aadNi*|jles. . ' j   .  . f Leghorn, JSepu 10. The) ^nglilh Fleet in the Road of this Harbour-confifts of thifce :$hi$s' of 90 Guns, five of 80,- fixof 76, four of oo^ ;ahd.three of .z^:;t&n4 each, wth,two Fire^^s^i^^.B^b^Ketc^ . The ^gtaij^^fev^^ Ships lately ju^^ft^^fertaDgconfirm'd thattheRritrfh-Fleet arrive s*r|jeghbrn the 7th Inftant, the Chevaher tie Cay-Jus�wfc^ti5 Opportunity to fet faU^tth'Ms/^uadron, in vt�^Wfertile in tie Mediterranean'. In aB Ap-r pe^rJ%�he;i-Will .join the Squadio.n-;commandedi>y the Cl^^^Mf^pf4 and Rochambauk. . fiJt^Sep^zs* .Letters from the combined Army before Coni iay�. f hat the Siege is carried on very hrifldy, the^tenclfeibeing * brought-o^'wifhln ya'.Toiftjs pf the Offl^l^:^Tiikt:,'J:he i6ihJ[n%m 13 theMfcrrang they begati to 'baiter the Town, with Ji Pieces of Cannon, and fcyeraTMortars, and had already beardown feveral Steeplesj. Th'atthe'Ariny had -beeix reinfore'd, -with'fettf Regiments, and four more expected every pay � and that,"accprding to the Report of the De'feriers,. tfceGarr rifb|^d�CMixohfifts of. np;rhore than g.000 Me% besides i-jqp. burghers whomthfiCommandant has arm'd. VdSjcei $ept. ig. They write from Gonfent|cdptfe.y that nothingbut mefenchbly'-News' comes ltdm the'Frdn,-tiers bfPetfia, Shall l^adiiftill advancing, and the Tiirkpijpmy^wd^vga^^, tjp: ftpp him at Kars, by ih^n^J^^es^rv^^da the Cannon; of that Place. which is marching into - ^hernia,- confifts of, abbve 4o,opQ:;3fen,attd we.iecjcon it will reach,the Frontiers of ^itigdbm the 25th Inftant. .The firft Column of - the* limiigents; of fiungajry, cdnfifting 15 poo Men, is alio Pft the March 'thither: So that with General Bathkni's Corps, the Troops under General Feftt--titz, Baron .Trenck's Pandoures, and General Nadafti's* HuifetSj the Queen's Army wili;{boa'Mroo;ttoO frrorig. The Cfturt expeds every Day an EKprefs from Y/ar-ia^wittLthe News that the King of Pdfend?: as Eleclbr of Saxony, has brought im6 the Field a confiderable Body of Troops, as Ajikiliaiaes t�: the Queea. Wealfo ftUl fiatter, ourfelves that Ruffia 'will do fomethine for her'M^"efty.      .�   ::: � ] Prij^e;fcfearles of. Lorxaihis fiotyet fet oqt fo^ BdfieV: mia. .-^eifeerday the Secreiarytif t^fti^^KxMb^i fet put .0,^ jis, Reiurp Hoine,'havwjg" firA: cjeliver'd to our!-M*ai�e�"�a new -Manifai^ in -the K^medf the King^his^Wa^eiy which ~$iU fe.fee^y'Mb^fei:"''    t a Goilrift frbm 'WarTaWj with drSers todemand of this Court 3;3?ftffag�J;hxo' the, Xin^s Terfitorifesfor"i Body of 5bco tJfans, which.iiis Pbiiih'Majeft'y hasor'der'd to marph for Saxony. -The MAaU^y hare- -difpatchV a* Courierto the King, to i^noW JiisMajeftyV!^nt�naon� on this Mead. ' "    ' ^  .  ' "",',"! "       . TJ^P�nc�fs;oB;firuffi3j,0m&>n tt^WwceWMim^ the eldeftof itKeKiog^BtotKetJ, wasfafelydejiver'dof a Son Yefterday Momifig at few'otDiocR. \-      \ &#ffi;-8rtiizfi Theteti&r'wHereSyxti Empe^S' receiv'4 the Ne�'i:pf the.takingM Pi^^-was jvi?t withthe^-RMg-bfftkjfif^s;.o3wi;Han|. M.d^M'eaullejf,  Major-Generai, ^homst^t^wce jias alfo j^^s^jji^ to his"Ia^^al^^^^'lr^ojt%' thit.thetQa^ifoji, coafiftifig^ht -^Joo^MUf^hiveniarcWduVinbrder to becfiait iatcP PtuW-'^h^-Ue' ^JS^^ad1 their Swords, but the StMttis bp ?A^i at^iffl'VanH that his PruffianiMj^% -anS^ 19th Inftant withfEart p�3}k in. Qtde* to adxan^towards* Hire forc\i to it>hy:th^ Ti^oi^^faM^ ^ ^8^^ Punftuality imaginable;;' $t|tthe G^fuffibfi~afrrotig the' vice, they hinder'd the Tropps: That,r'6Wdfethw Mit" fnrn|ln81.ihp']feftnfe4bHfe^^ and. fo^render� or elfe they would make titem__qpeg tj^! GB^;J^i't^gtg^our weTmulf add the Supplications of the Noble|fe,|i^:th| Clergy 5 all which made up it would-be iiext.to MU^t^^'d^ppt Autuft, hejxfoWd tc*fuVtehd^t witjihisGarrtfoja.     .-T �ett^/rpn^;^riigiau gxlvl{e,i.?that thesFrencH began the 14th Inftant to erect^tterieson the Eminences that contrmnd>FriboQrgon the.Side.^f theGtHdel; behave &m&S&m>fcjmk.0m:Geheral^mg!^dber t)WJ n^y^Clina^a!Ball,;: ,      17;. We, ar^Thaking a gtaeat Chiantky of we-hear, is to cdme th^ Way, m order tirjir^: ii&j Eflemyj and give them.'Battle too asfoon as^-faif Qpr pofbi^uy; of^rs,'-'.ox^1%'riir^t; further fron^tfera  for we vcan^t be tpo4ltiye:which of theie two Things- may happen, the. DefignVofc our Generals being^ impenetrable. ' / '' ' " . i^J^^o;;^%;Imp^ Count !6r|F marches towards tHe IJpperifelatinate, and \ve/h^|hat,t)ie Aufbcians have abandoxifdidivers Pofti on rite,Frontiers of Franconia. {If is yet nhcertain whether:this\Arnfyvwill cbtttinue'its Route'^^toBonej miij-or^tumoff:intd Bavaria. .    'i 0 M Seckeni 50.1 The.lail Letters ftona Rayonne cqpfiriilthe Arrival of an AdyicerSniPrfi^m- the Haf van'hajvthe Captafn qf which repom,t|at^0SW from^Cadi'z were arriv'd at Vera Cruz, and^fhaj^'dnu-; ral Torres, had fent a fe.w Men of "War tpJCarthagenaj fo^ebn^^he T*ea4i?e"tq ^sft Hayan^a^ from whence hJe would tiring it tb'Europe.along with what was alxea^ dy;atriv?d)*t this laft^lace^-v;:  � They write from Leghorn,* that;the �sg^j|t Fleet is to-fail fio'tb-theaee to the Streights^and that it will be join*d by.14 Men of War thatye.at Pori^JViahoa . Hague, Qept.^o. Mr.TrevorireceiV'd an ^xprefs^fipm Mofeowthe r8thinita^and Veferda^ had a Conference with-fonie 'of the Members, of th^ Government, io whom-he cohimunicated ins JDif^atches; finee which it- is confidently aflerted, that the Rdffian Court has dedhr'd, that'.!fhe has relblv'd to .perform. -punc^uVfer;Eii|j^^ J; make*" a j^sclaratlon thefeoF at. the feveral Courts of Europe, and, in^con&quencej was going to caufe her I^JJjna^m'fflkiihf'Ac..-.'  .  -.....�--'�.......  -' " V        C O U.N T % Y N E W.S. ' Sefi. 19.. Laft Saturday Morning the John- aa^ Mary "of Southwold,' Churchy Matte*, bound for Ale^out.% to toad Corn,- was taken by the Le Truni-i peik Privateer of Calais, of    Carriage Guns and fifty Menj.off.H.plyljuand., .       . ;:   "Th^Jra^Xj^ywas taken'hy the above Privateer^ the 1 I^fel^'. I&vid, Sheppard, bound from this; PJace for, 1 Dundee :;$hewasi ranfom'd fox no 1-. $ s.'.and the next ^"^yr-:lte'liaTriv?d4a;:ih5s; Harbour. A G^entl^pian.:'v?ho Icajne Pafi>nger in. one of the! Eaft-In^i^Siupsi: was je-fttit^gjj^o/neonboardheri ajidhadEffe^to the^altie ; qf $0 L ^blcH the Ciptaifl. cf the Privateer foc^- frpin. hini. /     -; '; '^r;/ : The-Besjamin,rNailor,lately/frpm.hence with Lead for ^London, and WasJpit on Wejd%ifday lafi; near-Hu%^i: The Matter, and^Matcpnly were.ikv'd.: Mariflirvrat the" Cprrier ,of *Jewin-Brxeet,"%ra-L^. , eleven, ^el^exadoesr asaa^d with- Gutlafiesv^iStrr ~ TiiOT are only Earneftspf :what may^happen laeforeChtftnaa.% if we are not bett� ^waKSi'd, the Ac�-dfPMharnini: put intpjd^ek true^ apd;&iQie additiohal 8tangthI-ioi SubjecT by (everex rjttftice than? a.t jaefenr. ;>�hi'; �_ mours of Villainy abroad? aire Gt&Bkj&t bflche State jpf Wickedneis at hornet >f 1 h:: -5.sS ^':rn :i The Pruffian Eagle, Nuike, ftom. Ste^ittifo^Lcffld^n, Salt her Mairs m arStpitin^ aad StoffiaNblfat- Yefterday caraeAdy^ee tha^thie'Aio^-B^t^ *as put into Falmouth; not; being* 'ilMW^^*^' She overfet in getting thfitte^.docf^^^g^'l;^ matted, and fixteen of h^j^ndfiWS^i^^lih Higli Water at London-Bridge 45 Minijte* afte* z in the Afternoon. "'�'('".^.l     ^ Yeftcrday South Ssa Stock ..was iqH i haif. S^h Sea Annuities xi% j 8ths. to 3 qrs. 1 Jfcw l%itii Jc*Annu^itt wet 1 on tor58chs. Baitif 148.- BankCirculatwrififJ. y^ Mr* i78ihalK Three p^C^iAmj3P^^.(J^Or:i^^^ 3 ore. Ditto 1744, 8fhs.; Mpdh Baiit n'7..,|U>j?al-iixchahis XAqrajic? 87.; London wto. ix;�g& rlsg** 21. rSs. jwr Cent Exchewer. Orders - no Price.; ditto mr^i^';%^a^S^mnii^i'k ;    P O R T   NE W. S. ; �3. Remain in "the Downs his Majefty'sJ Winchefter and Suceefs, and Merlin ' Sloop. Wind&S. W.   . Gravefend, Sept. zj. Pais'd by the We^orelahd, Sha^n4�V m>m Legtorhi.- toe John, Rpbeitts, 'from ! Stanga^e,Creek| the Lady .Sixfiinna,; Van Criken, the iSeatly,' fietftftead , the young. Peter ^ ^Tackiei the W^wn^iSuad^he "V^rnon|?^ij% all frpini;H^^i|fi 5 \ the Rebecca, Teckel, |n|:thf^^ ]from,Bremen.     ... " \' :-      -^.v;   ' " At the..Orkneys; tjie London,. Nevham, andthe marle,^Add^foo, all#three4o# Maryland, ..(r^aQf^Ihas-atClaft vouchlafed to own ifi^^alttfc^^ ;deft;an^^|ar^l a^hi^       ^wjii^was iperhaps oj$^^hji^n^ ofe thevAcimiwity.have o�ier*d the.Mary Galley, a 40 Gun Ship, to take in her Stores, &c. jforths. �^^V'^^eif^^Pttt tb^ea^'GlwnnerSaav treet, in which Bufineis he ac^iir'd a rthne. if. died,; at Canaberwell in Sutrfey,, Mcock, trearuier of Sheernefs and:^ha$haai Saturday Night Mr. Slaughter, a Merchant io -was attack'd by a Gang of Ruffians in'Fen-?Street,. who cut him in a defpe^, Maniifir the Arm with a Hanger, roblfd him i5>f his Wajp, and Moneys and cthen-made of thrpugh Limfc- fame. NightIjHi^Arnold^ ^Sa^mmamts-.^aj attack ?d by reveral\F^Uoviisic fhl�&>rner of_ rs-Lahe in Lombaxd^eetv whoiifotced him in-Bey       rwd Stteet, and-roi^d-I^bijf four naif Th�e ^-ffer. AT the New theatre ir t�e HA^'MikK^T% this Da^ wiH be ^esfeiired aXS>niedy^ ta^d ;. . ' . The CA H:E &^ . Mitten by Colley. Cin*$iy^^+fcwe& ^ei^ft of LoidFoppinstonhy;Mr..CiW^ love, Mr. .Charles; Sir Charles Eagr, bemsjthe firft tnne'pf'his ap6^r^^r^S^.J^Mw<^ai�5 Lady Betty Modiffi. Mrs,!M#s, Who; never ajniea^daH-ttat S^g before; l^y.Eaiy, ?4rs. Bailey       tne . Royal ihDublin; Lady Grave-Airs, Mrs,George; ' ^*fitxs of Mnfiek^ and a 3^P^*fM� MSffit Lpndpi m. np'BE Committee tfy&iBm^ that. tiusMjit ^^^!^:f?m^m^0M^rr Friday next, iie zSfr IvM*, at 
                            

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