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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 9, 1743, London, Middlesex                                General Advertifer N"U*B- S A.T'TJ R D A Y,   A^pn-ri 9,   1743. 2>*0/, April 7. ARRIVED the Sufsfflnah, Harriet, from Jamaica. Came down Anne, Cock, for Maryland; theCartEF, "Malbourfie, -for Virginia ; and remain with the Terror, Granada, and Lightning Bomb5, the Dutch Ship tor Eatt India s Greenwich, Gely, for Newfoundland; and Whitaker, ..-->- - Whiting ; and Ruby, Wharfe, for Virginia,   Wind N.N.W. blows hard. The Anne, Msrribal; Tamaflus, Johnfon ; and Friend's Goodwill, Dolman, from London, are arrived at Jamaica. The Anne Snow, Blaining, from Jamaica, at Beer-haven. The Prince William.DrifcoI, from Gibraltar, off Dover. LONDON. -ExtraS of a Letter from on board me of his Majeftfs Ships in Hieras Bey, dated March i z. '�The Fleet continues extreamly Healthy in Hieras- * Bay, Which we have-experienced an excellent Road, to * the,great Concern of the Spanifh Officers at Toulon, * who have often flatter'd themfelves with the Hopes of ' feeing the Britifb Fleet alhoar, thro' the boifterous Efforts �� of old Molat, "which feveral times affaulted us with great '� Vehemence; but Thanks to Heaven we have now wea-"� ther'd the Winter, without the leaft bad Accident * and ' have fcarce a Man among us, but would be glad to meet * the Enemy, with their greateft Force, in deep Water.- � Provence is a delightful Country, abounding with all the 4 Comforts of Life, and we are fupplied from thence at � very eafy Rates.   I believe the Month of April will em-� ploy us in a Cruize off Marfeilles, Toulon, &c. where � Part of the fleet are continjally ftation'd ; and thro' the '* Vigilance of our Admiral nothing is fufrer'd to pafs '� without Examinaeion.-I am as happy as its poffible for * one to be on the Salt Water, being with an Admiral, * whofe Affability, Complaifance, and Good nature defer-' vedly render him the Efteem of all who are under him.' The Letters from Jamaica inform us, that one of our Men of War has taken an Aflbgue Ship, Outward-bound, valued at 160001. and carried her into Jamaica. The Report which was fo current, after the Account of the Arrival of the Hawk Sloop, concerning the Death of Sir Chaloner Ogle, was owing to his being fo ill for fome Time paft ; but we are allured, that he was very well when the Hawk came away. The Robert, Marihal, from Jamaica, who bad been obliged by bad Weather to put. into Wales, arrived off Dover on Tburfdaylaft. On Thurfday laft Mr. Richard Strong, an Infpe�torof the Cuftoms, was married at St. Bennet's Paul's-Wharf, to Mifs Maples,Daughter of Capt. Payne Maples, of Virginia-Street ,* an agreeable young Lady, with a handfome Fortune. - Yefterday her Grace the Dutchefs of Buckingham's Corpfe was carried in an open fiearfe from Buckingham-Houfe, in St. James's-Park, to Weftminfter-Abbey, (where (he was interr'd) preceeded by the Beadles and Con-ftables of Weftminfler, four Trumpets, 40 Perfom in Mourning Cloaks on Horfeback, and four Trumpets more ; after the Hearie came twelve Mourning Coaches and Six, and then 112 Coaches of the Nobility and Gentry,-The Pall wasfupported by the Dukes of Richmond, Norfolk, Portland and Cleveland.-And the Hon. Mrs. Phipps, Daughter to the Lord Harrey, (fupported by two Gentlemen) was Chief Mourner.  er Cent. Annuities 100 1 8th a 14th. Ditto 1742 too 1 8th a 1 4th. Million Bank 118 3 4*hs. Equivalent lit. Royal Affurance 82. London Affurance 11 5 8ths a 3 4ths. - Englim Copper ditto 4 1. to si Welch ditto no Price. African no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor'? Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 4 1. 12 s. 6d. Prem. India Bonds 4 1. 7 s. a 6 s. a .7*. Prem. 1-hree and a half Salt Tallies 2 Prem. Three and a half per Cent. Ex-chequer Orders 5 Prem. Three per Cent. Ditto 2 Diic. Lottery Tickets 20 s. a 6 d. Prem. H A  Y-M A R K E T. AT the KING'S THEATRE in the Hay-Market, this Day, will be perform'* si New OPERA' call'd SI    R    B    A    C    E. With Dances and other Decorations entirely New. Pit and Boxes to be put together, and no Perfons to be admitted without Tickets, which will be deliver'd this Day, at the Office in the Hay-Market, at Half a Guinea each.  Gallery 5 s. By HIS M A J ESTn Command, No Perfons whatever to be admitted behind the Scenes. The Gallery will be oyeH at Fonr o'clock, Pit and Boxes at Five. U    K    U    K    X - L.   A    CM    E. For the Benefit of Mr. BERRY__ By His Majefiy's Company of Comedian:, AT the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, this Day, will be prefented the Tragedy of JANE      SHORE. The Part of Haftings to be perform'd by Mr. G ARRICK; Duke of Gloucester, Mr. Macklin; Dumont, Mr. Delane; Bellmour, Mr. Woodburn ;   Ratcliff, Mr. Blakes ; Catefby, Mr. Winftone j Alicia, Mrt. Roberts ; and the Part ef Jane Shore by Mrs.Pritchard. With Entertainments between the Acts, viz. A& II. A Concerto on the German Flute by Mr.Burk Thumoth. Aft IV. Stella and Fla via, a Ballad, by Mr. Beard. To which will be added a Farce, call'd The   L Y I N G   V A L E T. The Part of the Lyin� Valet by Mr. Yates j And the Part of Kitty* Pry by Mrs.Pritchard. '  *� Tickets to be had of Mr. Berry, at his Lodgings, the Corner of Crown-Court in Ruflel-ftreet, Covent-Gaxden ; and at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. , Tickets deliver'd out by Mr. Woodbnrn will be taken this Night. Mr. Beiry's Indifpofition has insreas'd to fo violent a Degree, at to render him incapable of attending'his Buiinefs at the Play houfe; he therefore hopes the Good Nature and Humanity ofxhofe who us'd to favour hirrrwith their Company at his Benefit, will accept of this A-pology inftead of his perfonal Application. *#� On Monday next will be prefented The OLD BATCHELOR. The Part of Fondlewife to be perform'd by Mr. GARRICK ; _For the Benefit of Mr. MILLS._� COVEN T-G A R DEN. At the Defire of feveral Ladies of Quality. For the Benefit of Mr. BRIDGWATER. AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, this Day, will be reviv'd a Tragedy, call'd THEODOSIUS; O r, The Force of I.ove. The Part of Theodofius by Mr. Ryan ^ Vj ranes, by Mr. Hale j Martian, by Mr. Bridgwater j Leontine, Mr. Rjfco) Atticus, Mr. Marten j Pulcheria, Mrs. Woodward; Arid the Part of Athenais by Mrs. Horton. With felecl Pieces tf Mufick between the Acts, and Entertainments of Dancing, via. A�l II. Les Matelotes by Mr. Cooke and others. Aft III. A new Grand Cemic Ballet by Monf. Picq, Madem. A�gufte, and others. Aft IV. A French Peafant by Mr.Cooke. AcVV. A new Ball-Dance, compos'd by Mr. Kellom Tomlinfon, and (by Defire) perform'd by Mr. VUleneuve and Mrs. Delagarde. % Tickets deliver'd out by Mr.Rawlins, and for RULE A WIFE will be taken at this Play. None will be admitted into the Boxes but by printed Tickets, which will be deliver'd at the Office in the Lobby, at 5 s. Pit 3 s.      Firft Gallery a s.      Upper Gallery 1 s. On Monday will be prefented MEASURE for MEASURE, with Merlin's Cave.    For the Benefit of Mr. WOODWARD._ HAY-MAKKET.-- AT* the KING'S THEATRE in the Haymarket, on Thurfday next, will be A        BALL. (Being the laft this Year.) At the Defire of feveral Perfons of Quality, the Theatre, the Great Room, and all the Apartments will be fitted up as they were at the Aflembly. Tickets will be deliver'd to Subfcribers on Wednefday next, at White's Chocolate-houfe in St. James's-ftreet. S A D L E R's-W ELLS. - AT SADLERVWELLS, adjoining to the New-Rivtr Head, this Day, will be perform'd rite USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting by Monf. GUILIOME, juft arriv'd from Paris; Singing and Dancing (both Serious and Comic} particularly a Grand Entertainment, call'd Bacchus and Ariadne, by Monf. Fromont, Mr.Davenpsrt, Mrs.Bullock, and others; a Scaramouch Dance by Monf.TESCIER, being the firft Time of his performing on any Stage ; a new Sootch Dance by Mafter Matthews and Mifs Wright; a Comic Dance (after the Manner of the Faulansj by Mafter Matthews and Mifs Wright. With feveral new Songs by' Mr. Hemfltirk. Concluding with an Entertainment, call'd VULCAN's    NETTSj O R, Harlequin a Captive in Spain : O r, The PRIVATEER BIT. Harlequin by Mr. Vaughan j Colombine, Mrs. Phillips; Privateer, Mt. Hemfltirk j Sancho, Mr. Scollough ; Vulcan, M�nf. Fromont; Mars, Mr Matthews,; 'GOOD M A.NVF I E L D S' AT the NEW" W-ELLs*-the bottom of Lmtn-ftrett, Gooimari't-Fitldt, this Day, will be perform'4  SEVERAL NEW EXERCISES Of Rope- Dancing, Poftures, Ballances, Ecfiulibres, and Singing and Dancing, both Scrioui and Comic. ROPE-DANCING by the celebrated Mifc Rayner, Mr.Howgfe, and others. Dancing by Mr.Granior, Mr. Hayes, Mr. Chettle, Mr, Rayner, Madera. Perault, Madem. Mauri, Mrs. Hough, Mrs, Rayner, and the two Maftera and Mifs Granier. With feveral new Songs by Mr. Brett and Mrs. Hill.  Poftures by Mi, Rayner,, To which will be addedj SCTeral SCENES in GROTESQUE CHARACTERS, (never perform'd before) call'd HARLEQJUIN DABANNO; Or, The Inchanted Cattle. Cempoi'd by Signer Bonifatio Avogadro, lately arrived /raw Vepjcp. ITirlnniiin lij Mi .TTiijin j PiilMiiiliini _ Trti 1 1 inn^h g iLinnlnnn. Mr. Chettle ; Scapin, Mr. Hough ; Two Gardners by Mr. Granier and Mr. Rayner ; two Sailors, Mr. Roberts and Mr. James; two Soldiers, Mr. Smart and Mr. Long j a Porter, Mr.Knott; the other Characters by the reft of the Perfor�ers. The Whole to Conclude with a Comic Dance in Grotefyue Figures, By Mr Granier and Mrs. Rayner, Mr-Rayner and Madem. Maviere, and the two Mafters and Mifs Granier, and Mifs Rayner. To begin every Night at Five o'clock. Every One will be admitted for a Pint of Wine a-piece as ufual. rbis Day the 9th of A^rilr------- AT PHILLIPS'S New Wells, near the Lendon-Spavo, ClerienweS, during the Summer Seafon, will be perform'd feveral new Entertainments of Singing and Dancing, by Mr. Phillips,  Monf. Lapierre, Mr. Shawford. Mafter Ferg. Mis* Phillips, Mrs. 1 homfon, Mrs. Dove, Madem. Dumont, Madem. Ni-velon, and Signora Line. To which will be revived an Entertainment of Singing and Dancing, call'd MERLIN   in   LABOUR; Or,  Harlequin at All. The Character of Harlequin by Mr. PHILLIPS, (from the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane     Merlin,  by Mr. Johnfon ; Swellhead, Mr. Dove; Loofedeal, Mr. Shawford ; the Old Woman, Mr. Scaggs; And the Character of Colombine to be perform'd by Mrs. PHILLIPS, (From the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.) To begin every Evening at Five 0'Clock. Admiralty-Office,   April 4,  1743. /T is the Direction of my Lords Commiffioners - of the Admiralty, that all the Petty Officers and Seamen belonging to his Majeflfs Ship the Viftory, who are ah-fent from their Duty, do repair on board the faid Ship in Portfmouth Harbour, on or before the laft Day of this Month, on Pain not only of being made Run on the Ship's Books, but of being apprehended and tried at a Court-Martial as De-ferters. _^__Tho. Corbett. Admiralty-Office, April 7, 1743^ JT is the Direclion of the Lords Cemmifjtoners of the Admiralty, that Mil tht^ Stamen lubo tuere turned m tL. UT-iHa- ?Jj- .T- r>-'---   s>    i--�- tviy frdhi the Worc&ter into the Prince Frederick, fitting, ' out at Portfmouth, tubofe Leave of Ahfence expired on the ^th Inftant, do repair on board the faid Ship, on or before the 20th Lift, her Captain being direded to Run all fuch, as do not appear on board at the aforefaid Time ; after which, all fuch as are then Abfent, will not only lofe their Wages, but alfo be liable to be taken up as Deferters, and tried at a Court Martial. __Tho. Corbett. General Poft-Office, London, March 10, 1742. JX7HEREAS notwitbjlanding the publick No- *' tice, that has been fo repeatedly given by this Office, as tvell in the Gazette as in other Neivs Papers, concerning the Ftreign Poftage nuhich is to be faid here for all Letters that are tog) to Germany, Italy, or any other Country beyond Holland, Trance, or Flanders, Miftakes hawe fome-times been made, and Letters have been delivered at this Office, dirtcled to thofe Countries without paying the Foreign Poftage, as required by AS of Parliament: The Poftmafter-General has thought fit to advertife, that the Poftage to be paid here at this Office, or at the refj>e�!ive Receivxng--Hvufis dr-Officii, apjotnted tend SSthoriz.ed for the taking in of Letters in Town or Country, by all Perfons correfpond-ing with Germany, Italy, or any Foreign Parts in the North or the South, by the Way of Holland, France or Flanders, is after the fallowing Rates, viz Between London and any Part of GerO Single \ many, Italy, Sicily, Switzerland, / Double 2 Denmark, or Sweden, and all Parts T Treble 3 of the North {through Holland.^    J Ounce 4 Between London and any Part ^/*Sp; �Portugal, through France, or s. -rrr 3 6 9 o Packet Boats direclly. Between London and any Part of Italy Single 1 or Sicily, thro' France, by Way of LDouble 2 Lyons, or any Part ofTurky, by [Treble 3 Way of Marfeilles.  J Ounce 5 And it is ta be obferved, that on Failure of fuch Payment of the above Rates, no Letters to fuch Foreign Parts, can be forwarded from this Office, and that for all Letters direcledto Ftreign Countries, by the Way ^/Holland, France and Flanders, as above, fent to this Office to be forwarded from any Parts of the Kingdom of (ireat-Britain, diftant from London, or fiom any Parts of Ireland, the ujual Inland Poftage^to London, // alfo to be paid over and above the Foreign Poftage. N.B. By a Cover of ieparare Paper to a Letter of a fingle Sheet, it becomes a double Letter, and if fuch Cover be to a double Letter, ic becomes Treble, and is to be paid for accordingly. By Command of the Poflmafter-General, Geo. Shelvocke, Seer tary. Advertifmenti of a moderate Length are taken in for this Ptif&Jt two Shillings each. -3- if -ft s -9   

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