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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 6, 1743, London, Middlesex W E'D'NE SD & Y, "Apr i l 6*, 1743I tEMAIN in the "frowns'his Maje-fly's Ships Deal-CafUe, rBland-ford, Baltimore, Terror, Granada, Deptfonfs Prize, and Ply-[ mouth Tranfports tKc Ptfacefs "�of Wales, Harry 5 Heafhcoaie, Cape ; and St. George, Robin-fon, for Eaft India j with a Dutch Eaft-Tndia Ship,, and the "Outward"bound. j"uftcafnedcwii the Loretta, Huibands for Barbadoes. Several of the Outward-bound are now getting under fail. Wind N.by W.
brought to Newgate for the Execution of the Prifoners unJer Sentence of Death, on Tuefday next. Yelterday John Eyres, and James Cropp, who were taken up upon an Information, made by one of their Accomplices, before Col. De Veiltr for Street-Robberies committed by them upon feveral Perfons, were by that Gentleman fent to Clerkenwell Bridewtll till'Thunday next, for further Examination, when fome of the Profecutors are to attend, in order to prbfecute. They have acknowledged the Fa&sthey are charged with, and it is believed (hat a much larger Difcovery will be made before that Time. From the London Gazette. U-Jame?s, March 29. His Majefly having been pleafed to nominate, conftifute and appointthe Right Hon. Lionel Earl of Dyfart, to be.one of the Knights-Brethren of the molt Ancient and molt Noble Order of the ThilUe, vacant by the Death of his Grace Jarr.es Duke of Hami -ton and Brandon, his Lordftip was tin's Day inverted with the faid Order by his Majefly in his Clofet, being introduced by their Graces the Dukes of Buccleugh and Athole, the two fenior Knights Brethren prefent, and pretecded by the Ufhcr of the Green Rod, and Lyon King of Arms, who adminiftred the Oath, Sec. Whitehall, April 5.. The King has been p'eafed to con-flitute and appoint Peter Campbell, John Jones,-Richaid Phillips, Roger Handafyd, Henry Hawley,Efqrs. andJames Lord Tyrawley; to beLieuienants-Grneral in his Majetty's A rm y._ "__ " B~~A" N lv K U K '-i" �� 7" ' ' Robert Baldwyn, late of Bewdley in theCounty of Wor-cefler, Innholder, Vintner and Chapman. George Payne, of Danbury in Eflex, Shopkeeper, Dealer and Chapman. Solomon De Paz, of London, Merchant. John Harrifon, of Hogg-lane, B.evver.__ Bank Stock 147 a 146 3 4ths for Opening. India Ditto 180. South Sea Stock 110 1 4th. Ditto Old Annuities 114 3 8ths, Ditto New 1125 Sths. Three per Cent.-Annuities 160 1 8th. Ditto 1742 100 1 8th. Million Bank 1183 4ths. Equivalent t \ \. Royal A flu ranee 82. 'London Aflurance 11 5 Sths a 3.4ths. Englifh Copper ditto 4I. \ps. . Welch ditto no" Price. African m Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 1111 half. Five per Cent ditto 76 3 4'ths. Bank Circuration 4 1. 12s. 6d. Prem., India Bonds 41. 9 s. a 8 s. Prem. * Three and a half Salt Tallies 2 Prem. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Pr. Three per Cent. Ditto 2 Difc. Lottery Tickets 18 s. 6d. Pr. A H A Y-M A R K E T- T the KINGsTHEATRE in the R.y- Market, Saturday next, will be ^erform'd a New OPER'A^ S I R B A C E. With Dances and-other Decorations entirely AVw. ' Pit and Boxes to be put "toge'ther, and no Perfons to be admitw! \�itl�out Tickets, which will be delieerM that Day, at the Office ia thelEiay-Market, at Half a Guinea each. Gallery 5 s. By HIS M A J E ST Y's Command, No Perfons whatever to be admitted behind the scenes. ThcOallery will be open at Four o'clock, Pit and Boxes at Five. u K U K X - c A N r,___ By Command of their-Royal HighneiTes the DUKE, and the PrlnceJJes Amelia, Caroline and Louifa. *" By Ha Myejiy's Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, tfvi Day, will be prefenfed the Tragedy of VENICE PRESER V'D O R, A Ptoc Eiiicover'd. The Part of Pierre by Mr. GARR.ICK ; Jaffier, Mr. Delane ; T*riuii, Mr. Havard ; Renault, Mr. Crofs ; Bedamar, Mr. Mills; Djlce, Mr. Tafwell j Spinofa, Mr. Turbutt ; Eliot, Mr. Woodburn j GrTicrr, Mr, Ray j And the Paitof Belvidera by Mrs. Pritc!iard. With Entertainments between the Acts, viz. Aft II. The Sicilian Peafant, by Signor CHECO, Signora CH1ARETTA, and Others. Aft III. Stella an-i Fla via, a Ballad, by Mr. Beard. Act IV. The Neapolitan Punch, by Smor CHECO TORINESE * AMD Signora CHIARETTA AQUILANTI, and Others.' Boxes 5s. Pit 3 s. Firft Gallery a 1. Upper Gallery I s. To begin exaftlv at Six o'Clock. %* To-morrow The COUNTRY WIFE, with The Dragon of Wantley. For the Benefit of Mr. PIERSON, Treafurer. C O V E N T- G A R D E N.- By Command of their Royai H>hnefles tne Prince and Princefs of WaLRS. For the Benefit of Madcm. Ann Auretti. AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, this Dy, will be prefenteda Play, call'd The SPANISH F R Y A R O R, The Double Discovery. The Part of the Fryar by Mr. quin ; Tonifmond, Mr. Hale ; Lorenzo, Mr. Ryan j Bertran, Mr. Ca/heJ; Gomez, Mr. Hippifley ; the Queen, Mrs. Horten ; Raymond, Mr. Rofco j Alphonfo, Mr. Ridout j Pedro, Mr. Gibfon ; And the Part of Elvira by Mrs. CIBBER. With feveral new Entertainm�nts of Dancing, viz. Aft I. A Scotch Dance by Mr. DELAMAIN and Madem. anne AURETTI. Aft ii. A Tambourine by Madem. Anne Auretti. Aft iii. The Characters of Dancing by Madem. TANNETON AURETTI. Aft iv. Un Pas de D,u* by Les Defmoifelles ANNE and JANNETON AURETTI. Aft v. VAimabk Vair.qu-ut and Minuet by Monf. Picq, and Madem Anne Auretti. None w;l! be admitted into file, Boxes but by printed Tickets, which will be deliver'd at the Office in th� Lobby, at 5 s, Pit 3 s. Firft Gallery 2 s. Upper Gallery 1 s. *�* Tickets to be had of rvtademoifelle Auretti, at,Mr. Chifholm's, the Golden Head, in Great Newport-ftreet, near Long-Acre. To begin exactly at Six o' Clock._ ~"L IN COL N's-I N N FIELDS-For the Benefit of Mr. Phillips, Mr. Dgnan, Mr. Legar, Mr. Ford, Mr. Levy, and others. AT the Theatre-Royal in ^Lincoln's-Inn Fields, this Day, will be presented a Comedy, call'd The COMMITTEE; O R, The Faithful Irishman. The Part of Teague by Mr. Cibber; Col. Carelefs, Mr. Gif&�d ; Col. Blunt, Mr. W. Giffard ; Mr. Day, Mr. Julian ; Qbadiah, Mr. Dunftall; Abel, Mr.Peterfon ; Lievt.Story, Mr. Pattenden ; Book-feller, Mr. Dove. Arbella, Mrs. DunftaJl ; Mrs. Day, Mrs-. Bim-bridge ; and the Part of Ruth by Mrs. Giffard. To which will be added a Farce, call'd The DEVIE TO PAY. Sir John Loverule by Mr. Kayman ; Nell, Mrs. DunftalJ. Boxes 5 s. Pit 3 s. Firft Gallery 2 s. Upper Gallery j s. To begin at Six o'CJock. *m9 To-morrow will be prefented The RELAPSE. For the Benefit of Mr. Beckham Prompter, Mr. BJakey, Mi. E.GfLrd, and Mi/s Story._ S A D L E R's -WELL S.�- T SADLER's-AVELLS, adjoining to A ^ the Nnv-River Head, this Day, will be perfurm'd 'The USUAL Dl VEkSIONS. With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting by Monf. GUILIOME, juft arriv'd from Paris; Singing and Dancing (both Serious and Comic; particularly a Grand En'enainmenr, call'd Bacchus and Ariadne by Monf. Fromonr, M\. Davenport, Mrs. Bullock, and others; a Scaramouch Dance by Monf. TESCIER, being the firft Time of his performing on any Stage ; a ngw Sootch Djnce by Mafter Matthews and Mifs Wright j a Comic Dance (after the Manner of the FaufansJ by Mafter Matthews and Mifs Wright. With feveral new Songs by Mr. Hemfkirl". Concluding with an Entertainment, call'd V U L C A N's N E T T S : O R, Harlequin a Captive in Spaing 0 IK, \ W " C
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