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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 13, 1743, London, Middlesex                                The London Daily Poft, and General Advertifer. Numb. 26^. ---1 Desl> April n* AJviE down and failed the luci-tania. Read, for Jamaica. > W E D N E S D AY,   April 1743- v. V rivcdjndtiftry, Infanta, and the Duke Tenders, from the Weft-ward*. Put back the Colchefter, Macklesfield, for Eaft-India j and remain^ with the Dutch Ship for ditto;. ahjt the Great-Britain, Cruikihanks, for Jamaica. Came .!�. s>- :..... dowtt ��-*- Claribut, for Briftol. Gravtftnd, April 11. Pafc'd by Succefs, Pruroe, from Maddra; Naricy, Whiting, from Meffiaa j the Agadier, Dobf�n, from Ssitt-CrBZ. The Three Ntms, Johns, from London, are arrived at Portmahone.' - The Naniy, "Whiting, from Meffiha; in the River. ThePr^fpiroaSiThomfon,,from Oporto, at Yarmouth. :  -:     L ON  DO N. Yeflerday arrived ^the Mail from Holland. - Lettersi im^PettrflurgofW^fyh of March, N.S! fay. tlitf:ti^^^'.b^^4sb JBbr'pnefft w?*^!^ii^9ii-Co Abo� with Orders' for cheAE^pTc&'a Pirainotenfiaries to declare to thoCp of Sweden, that if the Swedes cKufe the Prince of, HoUbun Ewih ftfrSucceflbr to-' their Throne, her Imperial JtfajcftjMwHj^^ ____  - 'Tetters; Tro^jockhoJm of .the x,th Inftant, N.S-. fay, that* ithas been reiplved in the Dyet of Sweden, to.ppft." jfcflft ]^|[^i^C�^^fiojribthe Crown foare Time ^^^Ji^hy^^^.M*V*nd',-A76 againftit: This Delay was occafipned by the Contents of fooie Letters from their Plenipotentiaries at Abo," by which it appeared, thau'f SWsden.WouJd come ifae inight, ob- tain fev^aTAdvan^|e� beftdesC'xhc Reftitution of Finland. iJfb^Uii? the^u�difpatcheda Courier at Abo, with new Inffrudions" for therr Pienrpxjtemisries, and fafpended ike' Departure�/ the Be^y'of Troops that wisdeflined to drive the Rofllans^ttf of- tb'e Jflafid of Aland.      ^  They write frojn jj?ght)rn, thaTfitf mbfe"Eh|n(l� Shipi' ate fera. '_.    . S The JGaHio lat^r equipped here and at Villa-Franca, �-ate aftiiaily cruiiing along rhefe.Cbafls, in Conjunction � with cwo, British Jfa�gq of Wat,, .hi order, to intercept the * S^r^y^^&^^^iwtm Barcelona and Italy. �'fChtt.i&^i^Gm Savoy lay, thauhe Infant Don Phi-  lip's Army encreafes every Day by the,Arrival of reguhr * TrMpsalidllBcraitefronj $p�n| tjiat.hu Royal Hjghneis. * was .te_ma.ke a.gejitffa.f&eWjv!..of his Troops the z6th � Iflftant," and ttot.on the jd.of next Month he would be- * gjn^j^Ma^h.jKfth^the whole Araiy:- In. the mean ' time upwards of 2000 Men are mending the Roads for � them. * They write frorA Turin, that being- uncertain what 1 .Route the Spaniards will take to penetrate into Italy, the � King'has ordered the" principal Avenues to be? fortified, � ind the Trodps'to be fo potted as toaiTembJe in a very  (hart"Time,,.to the Eni ..tflat they may' dilute the � prance of the JSnemy,,^iruil, his  Kfofeftv". jtEei^ail'the j^inforceraentv that are corning ' to him fjrpm different. fer.u, and is able to go himfelf to  'meet'the Royal Infant and^ive^him'-'^attie'.'  -; '. They. write^ff6\n^apfes^ tb^at upon tfie^rrival of two Couriers Porh^d^irt and ^nplherfrom^Count Gage, Orders were iffued from. tW'War-PffioB. for'all.^he regular Troops in fht %8jjg^to.> p$ffi$$$ti the Capital ct'ljlt^mrAhi^^:i^'i^'$pmk^of the Ecckfiajftick Sate, and the'ie,w^\tferiurtherOrder?. Orders were iffued  at the fame-Iime,-fot throwing-aJJ the-Militia of the-Oiunwf into thtj ilron^ Towns, ar^/orming. them into BataHions, They id4,->that two. Englifh.S>ips cruize oa tbdrCoaft, * and ftoy all Neapolitan VefTcls, that ftU in their Way.  � - - - '       "      ' ,*A By AdyicesfromFftnza inthtrBcclefiaftfck State, it appears"jhatlCoantGage was an full MarchfotRimini; fame^ lay he intends to intrench hufifetf there, and others will have it, that he is tn'rharch further to the Sooth, in order to jbinrrhe^eapoiitajrxPorces.: The Queen of JHj^Mry> EdicT:, which prohibits the bringing of any French Products and Manufaclurei into her Dominions, ha*been;pubh&edintheMilariezc. The Regency of Placenfia have feezed.uppn all, cheRe-venpes o^(^iuaIAlberoni in that Ducchy, both Eccle-fiafrick .andTemporal, 'underPrfecext-that;his Eminency gave the Spaniards Permiffion to make ufe of the Artillery: : of fort Urbip, belonging to the Hoy See, which was a Viblari n of the Neutrality : They have likewife conflf-cated the Revenues of Cardinal Valenti. Secreury of State,' and are preparing to do the fame good Turn to Cardinal Aldrovandt. It i� confirmed that the Swifs Cantons have marched Several thoufand Men towards Wallifferiand, in order to help the People of that Country to oppofe the Paflage of the Spaniards into Italy. Letters from V-enice bring an Account, of a fharp Ren-' counter between 2000 Auftnan Horfeand a Detachment of Spaniards headed by the Duke d'Atrifco : The former having attempted, to break in upon the Rear-Guard of the. Spanifh Army, the Duke quickly aflembled a few Companies of Miquelets and 400 Horie, with which he charged the Aoltrians- fo brifkly, that be foon put them to Flight,-and took feveral of them Ptifbhers. They add, that the Auftrians had fene feveral Waggons to Bologna fall \>f wounded Soldiers. . We hear from Drefden, that the Aoftrians have opened the Trenches before Egra, and begun to  batter the Place wjth a few Pieces of Lannon. Coiirit Maurice of Saxony. was ffill at DVefden the oth Inftarit, N S. Our Advices from Dufleidcrp, dated April 16, N.5. , fay, that almoft all the EngliQt,1 Hanoverian and Aufirian Tipop bad naffed the Rhine, 2nd were to afiemble forthwith in one.-Body, y .      -itMr.frtpt\ Bati/bont dqted Aprill I, N.S. -   1 * . � This Week feyeral Deuchments of French Horfe and-  Foot paff:d the Danube on the Bridge at Weiri, going ' into the Upper Palatinate; arid the 9th Inftant M. de ' la Sav&yc, Coromaedant-of Stadt-am-hoff, marched;out 'of that Pl?ce wrrhthe-greatelt Part of the Garrrfon; irr  order to take the feme Route, having left there only a ' fufficicnt Number of Mea to guard the Lines, Forts, and 'other sew Works lately made there. Marfhal Brogio 'arriveB kit Night at Stadt-am.hofF: It is thought his iix-' ceilency is going to put himfelf at the Head of the Troops ' affembling in the Upper Palatinate within a fmall Diftance ' or Newmarck tn the Road to Nuremberg, where a ' Camp is abeady marked out. .We are flill of Opinion � that the Dcfign of the Frejich is to attempt to relieveEgra. ' On the other Hand, we hear, that the Velt Marfhal Ke-' venhuller has ordered a Body of 10,000 Troops to ' march by the way of Wald Mimcken, and join Prince ' Lobkowitz's Army, which daily receives Reinforcements ' from the Side of Bohemia^  , According to Letters from Spires, the French Troops deftined to pf$ the Rhine, arc aWeady affembled to the Number of 6q Satallions and 68 Squadrons, and will be joined-very foon by 22 Batallions and 40 Squadrons more ; and that before,the Middle of next Month, the French Army in .that Neighbourhood will- be upwards of 80,000 llrong.    ... They write from Francfort,. that the EarL of Stair has declared to feveral Courts of Germany, that the Army of the Allies-is not deiigned to act againlt the Emperor, but merely t� oblige the French to evacuate the Empire, in order to reftpre the Tranquility of the Germanick Body.&c. Yefterday was held a General Court of the Bank of England, when William Fawkerer, F.iq; waschofen Governor, in the room of>Starop Bfookfbank, Efq; who has been t�o ye=rs,G(3vern9r.  At the fame Time Charles Savage, Efq; was chofen Deputy-Governor, in the 100m of the faid William Faw-| kener, Efq; !  -The Election for Directors of the faid Company, comes � on this Day. ^ There are Letters in Town which inform us, that the Tranfporti with the Horfes, Baggage, &c. is fafefy arrived at Ofiend ; but that they had.been in very bad Wea- ither. j They write from the Hague, that M. Bynckerihoek, I Prefiderit of the High Council of Jufticc of Holland, Zealand and Weft-Friefland, a Man very learned ia the Law, jdied there the t6thlnft. N.S. in the Morning. This Pre-jfidentfhipis in.theGi&of the States of Holland, and thofe jof Zealand, by Turhsj and.js now to beldiljpofed of by_ (thpfe of, Holland. . j' .The King has been pleafed to conftitote and appoint f James. Scott, Efq; to fje-Lieutenant-General in his Ma-Jjefty's Army. [ The Rev. Mr.'Murray, Chaplain to the" Right Hon. Ithe Earl of Stair, iv lately appointed Chaplain Generaf to Ithe Army. A fpw Days fince the Lord Vifcoont Bblihgbroke arrived here from France, and in a few Days will fet out for JBath, for the Recovery of his Health. laymarket, Tc-nwrrow, will be--- A        B      A l; On Saturday laft Sir JohnWUliams, Kht.. and Alderman, was 5gain tappM for the D%iy, at his Sea'tat Stok� ih Suffolk.' . :    '      -^.iM. Yellerday at t he Rehearfal of the Mnfick of the Sons of the Cletgyi there Was  - Grefley of the Temple, Efd; Barrifter at LaWi . ' 1' � Lait Friday died, at Mrs. Warner, Relift firft '6f-&emsfi^^^if^Mr . a Hatter, without Tempk-bar; oo* aftetwani�'oi $&s~j Warner, a very eminent Banker there.    <'   ; ' " Vi <^';l Yellerday died at his Houfe in 5aB-head Ce^rt in;l^  fonie fine Linnen and wearing Apparel, found up^n.him. * bince IrifhStufFi have been wore by Ladies of Fafhion, it is faid the WarehOofe upon Ludgae-Hill has fold to a-garaf many Ladm of Dittiaclion, and is allowed to have very great Choice, and of the BeH Sou, B  A N  K R V P T. Nicholas Wilfbn, of Kirkby^ in' Kendal, Weflmorlahd, Ironmonger, Chapmant fAdjXlealer^1 Hign Water at London-Bridge:this Day at 32 Minutes after t.       - " Bank Stock 147 t half. India Ditto r 81 r 8th. Sonth Sea Stock 110; 8ths a 3 4tbs. Ditto Old Annuities i if ; 8ths. Ditto New 112 7 jghs a 13. Three per Cent. Annuities too 1 half, a 3 4ths; Ditto 1742* ico lbalf a 3 4ths. Milton Bank 118 3"$ths. Equivalent t'rt^ Royal AfluraTxe;82. London Aflurance'-11 5 8ths a j 4ths. Engliih Copper ditto 4 1. j6s. "Welch ditto'rid Price. African no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 1115 &hs a 34ths a t half Fi?e per Cent. dRto 78 1 half a 7g. Bank Circulation 4 1. 12 s. 6^.' Pre'm! India Bonds 4 1. 8 s. a 9 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 2 Prem: Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Prem, Three per Cent. Dkta a 1 4th.Dtfc. Lottery Tickets 20 s. 6 d. Prem. HAY-MAR  KE T.-' AT the KING'S THEATRE in the .H: 9 9 (Beiag the laft this Year.) -   - At the Defirs of feveral perfons of Qnality; the Tbeatie, the Great Room, and all the Apartments will be fitted up a� they vra-e'afthe Aflembly. t Tkkett will be dtliver'd to Subibiberj thit Day, at WhileV Chocolate-houfe in St. Jamei's ftreet. Strift Orders are given not to deliver any Bottles and Glaflea from the Side-Boards, and to fhut them ,npfeai)y. - r . No Perforu whatfoever tan be adibirfied to fee the Hoaft before the ball begins. - 1 % If any Subfcriber or �then have Tickets ta fpare, they are defir d not to give them to their Servant!, - bur to fend them to the Office in the Hay-Market, where the Money they eoft floil be rerurn'd, any Time befure Nine 0'Clack, to prevent their ftliinfc into' bad Hands.      " x t A T the KING s THEATRE in' che-H^y- -_Q /\ Market, Saturday next, will be perform'* a New OPERA,      / call'd y SI    R    B    A    C    E. With Dances and other Decor at ions entirely Nnv. Pit and Boxes to be put together, and no Perfons to be admitted without Ticlteti, which;will ba deliver'd that Day, at the Office ia the Hay-Market, at4ia]f a Guinea each.  Gallery 5 s. . By H iS M A J E S T Y's Command, No Perfons whatever to be admitted behind the Scenes. The Gallery will be open at Four o'Clock, Pit asd Boxes at Five. Advertifemeni, of a moderate Length are taken in far this Pat** it Two Shillings each. u � fro   

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