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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 4, 1743, London, Middlesex                                jiVl -c N D A' Y, ApRi 14,  1^43. Nigh* the Wiod "Wowing bird facial Ships drove ; the iHhted, cbrer, for Antigua drote -board the Tow Bomb, and *jfther Main and Main Mafls, and did cpniderabfe iJbauge to the Bomb; bat. we do not hear JIpT toy damage to, the other Ship. The Ships' of War Stti Qmward-nound remain.   Came iada,for Casfoei and the fair H�il/i Dow$als,rtot.apbrta,   Wind N.w\bj*J. "Arrkud +t ftveraf Ports. The Mi&ttXi'G*itg^*mvt& at Genoa. TteCstb  from Fahnodth? Chinning ItfoOjr, Dayi^^fi^IJablin; and Sea Nymph* James, Iran Ci^tta^aM at leghorn. Tit WiaUin,. of Spain had fent to his Army ' in Savoy, and the Difpontions making by that Army to � penetrate into Italy, it was Piedmont that was expofed to * the- moft imminent Danger; . Therefore, that it was re- * qni�te the Troops ander his Command mould hold them-? felves inReadmefe to march to the Places where they * may be moft wanted j and that if Count Traun could * fpare a few Regiments of his Army for Piedmont, fuch '� a Reinforcement would be very acceptable, as it might � sot only prevent the Execution of the Enemy's Defigns, * but perhaps drive them quite put of Savoy.* Count Traun difpatched a Courier to Vienna on this Occafion, and countermanded the March of fome more Troops which he-intended to fend over-the Panaro: Thofe, which lie on ^his Side of that Rive-, arc adually intrenching themselves.      . A According t&Advices from Turin, the Court are very attentive to the��ndact of the Inhabitants of die Valaife, fince their beinginforrncd that the Infant Don'Philip has of- Tared mem a iarge Sam of Money for a Pafiage through their Country ; and that, fince this Offer was rejected, the Mirqais de la Mina fecretly fent an EmhTaiy to Sion, with flefti Propofals, and Orders to declare, in cafe of a fccond Refufal. that if they do net grant in a friendly Manner tins Pafiage to the Spanifh Trocps, the-Infant will be able to- procure it by forcible Means : This Menace ieems to haye intimidated the Regency of the Valaife, and divided -them in their Senameno concerning thhAffiir.: They 'jadd from Turin, that his Sardinian Majefty has fent over a Proclamation to the Vice-Roy. qf Sardinia, to forbid all the Inhabitants of that IfUod to in;enneddk in any Shape in die Affairs of CcrCca, or favour the Proje&s of Baron Meohoff.  By Advices fitfm Fraoc^at we. heap, that Oie'CoOege of Princes hitve: come to a Reibla^nl""* that the moft effeftoal * Method to.reftore die Tianfuwy of die Empire, is to ' employ, for this find, the Medauon of staeiGfeaianick � Body, in Conjanaion with thjit cf m^^^jofGreat-  Britain, and the SutaGcmS^l&xn^^i^mM.1 As 'fboo as this RefMatic�^a^ia the o&�^ tjfi$;^poae|ses of the Djret, an Invitation in Form: is ;toto (fie ' Maritime Powers for the Parpde abore-menthiied : But this dieyfay, ssnotKkely to bedohe, "till after the Ehaaion of an Elector of Mentz; and eten then, they muft fee what InftrocHons the tianoveriaq Mmifter may rcxivc on thkHead. They write ffom Dufletdorpv* that the xlanoverian. TroopspafledtheRhmethe5thloftant, N,&atMolkem; that the firft Divifbh of the Britifh Troupe marched out of their Qaartersme fame Day, -and were to pafs the Rhine at^dernach ; and that every Thing was in Readineis for the March of the AaStAaa.  They add, t oat the Boors in the Neighbourhood of WafG�heig> ha^cptoe to\Blows with Part of a Hanof etna Regiment, and that feveral were killed and wounHeet 6a bbdrSides. They italk at Veriailles of a Matthfaetft^dWDake de Cba'rtres, only Son of the Duke of Qrleanj^ -ino* ^e Empe-iror's ekkft Daaghter.' }. - On Saturday Morning came Advice that.his Majefty's Ship the Plymouth, Capt. Rodney, arrived at Spithead tin Thurfaay Night, from Lifbon, trith the Merchant Ships under her Convoy ; which Ships are fince arrived i* the Downs. : On Satorday came Advice* that the Woolf Sloop ef War, Cape Lofting; has taken, off the Barlings, a Spanifh Privateer, of fix Guns, and 46 Men, and carried her into Lifbon. The Mercury, Phal; Regina, Buddie j and Margaret, Myer,. are arrived at Hamburgh. - On Saturday laft his Majelty reviewed ColoneJ Bland's Regiment of Foot, lately arrived from Ireland, which is immediately to embark for Flanders. On Saturday Sir John Rawdon, arrived at his Hoofe in Grofvenor-fquare, from Ireland, with a very grand Retinue." It is now faid that the Right Rev. the Bifhop of Bangor, will be appointed Archbiiop of York. And that his Lordflrip will be fucceeded in die See of Bingor, by the Rev. Dr. Hutton, one of his Majefty*s Chaplains in Ordinary, and Prebendary of Windfor. A Herfe'of a curious Form is making at Mr. Lawrence's, a Coach-maker in Long-Acre, which is to be coverM with Black Velvet, in which the Corpfe of her, Grace the Dut-chefs of Buckinghamfhire is to be carried to its Funeral Interment, drawn by a Set of her Grace's Horfes, coverM alfo with Black Velvet. Laft Weekdied at his HouTe in Ncifblk-ftreef, George Lewen of Ewel in Surry, Efq; who reprefentedthe Borough of Wallingford in Berkfbire, in the 7th e^rliament of Great Britain. He was Nephew to Sir William Lewent, Knt. who was Lord Mayor of London 17/8, and died March 16, 1722, in ithe 65th Year of his ^Agc, and lies buried at Ewel.  i 1 1 4th. Fire per Cent, ditto 76 3 4th'. Bank Circulation 4 L 12 s. 6d. Prem. India Bonds 4I. 8 s. Prem. 'i hree and a half Salt Tallies 2 Prem. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Pr. Three perCent. Ditto 2 Difc  Lottery Tickets i8t. 6d. Pr. H A Y-"M A R K k IV AT the KING s THEATR^E � the H^y-Market, To-morrow, will be perforata New OPERA, olT* S    I    R    B    A    C    E. t "Wttb Dasc� am/e/^DECORATloss entirely Meat. : Pit and Braes to be pat together, iai no Perfcns to be admitted without Tickets, which will be deW'd that Day, at'the Office tbe Hay-Market, at Half aOoinea curb. Gallerr 5*. By H IS M A J � STY** Comxroxid, - -No Peribns whaterer to' be admitted behind -the Scenes. Tbe Gallery will be ofrea at Four o'Cioek, Ph aad Boxes at Ffrft; D R   tT   R   Y-L   A   N   E. M. A By His Majeftfs Cotopaiq of Gmediim^ T the Theatre-Royal in- LTrbry-Lane^ dusDay, wiHbe prefiateda Play, caSi'd , lhe    K  E HE A R S. A L. The Part of BAYES to be pci&rm'd by Mr. GARRlCK; : tib. South, Mr.Cro&^ Mr. Johafan, Mr. Mils j The reft �f the CharsQcrs to be perfcnn'd by Mr. Mackfio, *Jr. Harard, Mr. Yates, Mr.Bhkes, ^r.Arrinr, Mr.Turbott, Mr. ^NeaJe, Mr. Morgan,, Mr. Winiionc, Mr.Grees, Mr..Wdtht, Mr, . TWoodliOTn, Mr. Gray, Mr. Leigh, Mnu Riiwt, MruCsdb, MUk jMiw.MHsWririit. . ii    .     V. / ;�   *   The Vocal Parts* by Mr. Rafter, Mr, Ray, and others, r Alio a* -Additional Reinforcement of Mr. Bxyei's new-raisM Troopr. With Entertainments between the Afis, viz.     " A&L The.S'xaianPeafiot, by. Signer CHECO, Signora CHIARETTA, and Others. '        ' -Afl II. Singing by Mr. Beard. A& III. The Nea|olitan Pooch, by ; Signer CHE CO T OR I NESE " Signora CHI ARETTA AQUILANTI, andOthai. Boxes 5 s.   Pit 3 s.   Firft Gallery 1 s.  Upper Gallery 1 s. To begin exaeHy at.Six o'Clock. " .*..* To-morrow will be prefcated King HENRY VUL with the 'Lym^yakt.  For the Benefit of Mr.SHEPARD. CO V EN T-G A R D E N.- At tbe Defire cf feveral Ladies of Quality. For the Benefit of Mr. CHAPMAN. AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, this Day, will beprefenttd the Tragedy cf O T H � L JL O, Moor of Vbnice.    . The Parti^ptbeUo to be perfbrm'd by Mr.QJJIN 9 Iago, hy Mr.Ryan; Caffio, Mr.Halej Roderigo, Mr.Chapmac j Brabantio, Mr.Giblbn; Lodcmco, Mr. Rofco j Mootano, Mr. Ca-fliell.  Emilia, Mrs. Woodward j And the Part of Defdemona by Mrs. CIBBER., (      With Entertainmeats of Dancing, pardtularJy The Dut)A, Ski^ri by Monf. DELAMAIW ^arfffeaem. ANNE AUKETTI, A sew Gim*W$\t, vJTiLt RadptmvCjlat, by Mr. C GO KEatii.Manllfl CQ, Let Definoiddles . ANNE and JANNETON AURETTI, Young Mafter GILLIER, and others. To which will be added a Dramatic Entertainment, tall'd The RAPE OF PROSERPINE, W'tb tbe Bkr^i and Adventures^/ Harlequin. None. wiQ be adntitted into the Boxes bat by printed Tkksts, which will be deKVer'd at the Office in the Lobby, at 5 a. Pitjs.    ' Firft Gallery 4 s.     Upper Gallery I s. %* Tickets to be had of Mr. Chapman, at his Hoafe in Bow-ftreet, Cerent-Garden. To-morrow will be preiented The SIEGE of DAMASCUS-For the Benefit of Mr. ESSEX. LINCO LN's-I N N FIELD For the Benefit of Mr.yuiian, Mrs. Lamb ail^ Mtfs Najlor, and Mi(s#aag�/W. AT the Theatre-Royal in lincoln's-lnn Fields, this Day, will be presented a Comedy, caii'd The       M      t      S      E      R. TheMIfer, Mr. JULIAN ; Lappit, Mrs. L AMBALL j Frederick, Mr. W. Gifiard j Ckriraont, Mr.Mozeea; RamiCe, Mr. Peterfon j Harriet, by Mts.Bntler j Wheedle, MHs Hhmfley ; Mrs. Wifely. Mrs. Bambridge j And the Part of Mariana by Mrs. Gif&rri. And an Epitegoe to be fpoke by Mils NAYLOR. To which will branded a Farce, caFd The   LtlNG   VALET. The Part of the Lying Valet by a GENTLEMAN, (Who never appear'd upon any Stage before $ And the Part of Kitty Pry by Mas Haughton. Boxes 5 s.   Pit 3s.    FirflrGallery zu   Upper Gallery is. ' To begin at Six o'Clock.   r' S A D L E R's-'WE L L S.-- AT SADLER's-WELLS, adjoining to the NctD-Rroer Bead, this Day, will be perfbrm'd The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Variety cf TnmUiag anal Vavfciar *y Monf. GUILIOME^ jnft arrir'd from Paris; Singing and Dancing (both Serosa and Comicj particularly a Grand Entertainment, caii'd Btcdmt aad JHsdm, by Monf.Fremont, Mr. Davenport, Mn. Bollock, and others; a Scaramouch Dance by MonH TESCIER, being the firft Time of his performing on any Stage; a newStotch Dance by Mafter Matthews and Mifs Wright; a Comic Dance (after the Manner of the Faofins) by Mafter Matthews and Mifs Wright. With fereral new Songs by Mr. Hemfkirk. Conclndintj with aa Entertainment, call'd V U L C A N's   NET T S ; OR, Harlequin a Captive in Spain: OR, 7bt PRIVATEER BIT. Harlequin by Mr. Yaughan ; Colombine, MnuPhilEps; Priaareer, Mr. Hem&trk; Sancho, Mr. Swlkorgh; Vulcan, MoitCFramesa ; Mars, Mr. Davenport; Venos, Madem. Sandoai; Capid, Mafter Matthews^ Graces, Mifs Wright, Mils Kmg, and Mrs. Anfley. lit CloMtbt, Semes, MmtUnet, itiwg tmrthf wewe. To begin at Two o'clock In the Afternoon, and again at Six in the Evening, daring the Holidays. -9 3 A -2   

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