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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 20, 1743, London, Middlesex The London Daily Poft, and General Advertifer. Numb. 2651." WEDNESDAY, April 20, 1743. Deal, Aprilfi8. HERE is no Ship in the Downs. ' WindS.W. , LONDON. We have Advice from Duren, of April 19, that his Excellency the Earl of Stair arrived there from Aix la-Chapelle at Six in the Evening. Arid from Aix-la-Chapelle, that General Legonier, with the Head of die Britifh Troops, begun to pais the Rhine on the i4thj and had teen daily followed by the other fire' , We leant from Mayence, that Baron EIz,. Nephew to the late Elector, is elected Grand Proyoft of that Chapter, and that he is fuppprced by a confiderable Patty as well as CcpntOftein, m his'Pretenfipns to the Electoral Dignity. Alto ^hat, Brigadier Bjand, Quarter-Mafter General of th&E>iih Army isaroyedat Coblentz, in order to fettle Quarters, and make other Difpoiitions for his Britannick Majefiy's Forces betwixt that Town and Mayence. By a Letter from Wienwieder, in the County of Palck-enftein, of the 18th Inft.N.S. it is affared, that the French are drawingafi-their Force from Metz, Saar Louis, and tEoTeTrontrers towards Spires, where they have already flang in aGarrifon, propofing to make that Place their Head Quarters during- their Stay on that Side of the Rhine, and are confequendy forming a Magazine at Neuftadt, of all the Provifions ia thatNeighbourhood, and in the Palatinate. Mt is joft now laid, that the French have 10,000 MtQvin and about Heidelboarg. They write from Venice, that the Levies for compleat-ing the Republick's Troop* go, on very faccefsfully in all the Towns on the Terra firma. And that the Mailers of federal Ships arrived from "Corfu bring Advice, that a very dr^fulEarthqijake has been felt in that and the neighbour-kg Ifllindi, anadpne a.great deal of Damage, Extrail of a Letter from Bafiia, March iz^, N.S. ' �The 17th Infant a general AffemWy was held at Bo- gio, compofed of the Chiefs of mod of the Pieves of the *-"fflind :. Captain, Grandcnio of Tavagna, and Doctor � Giuli of Balagna, werf elo^d Generals of die Corficans: They alfdebpfe a Prudent of the Afferably, five Lieute-� naatGeneral*, fnbordinateto -the; two Generals,:and a -ewat^feany-iKher infcriory Officers: Afterwhich they drew up a^echtraiion, containing in Subftanee, that they fed no iBtentton to withdraw themieWes from iunder the Dominion of the Rtpublrck* of Genoa ; hot on the con-� trary arefliTtwiBfeg tbferveh�r:,.provid�d that they be n^i^ned.4n, their Etfvfle^jUMj frcrogative*, and that �. ci^al^^^.c^,l!bft^�n44. them fpr their Security. �, A^theJiuneitimje;-.thqr.thQugftt.fit to publish a Decree, Peace-wit^.the Bey of Tunis ; amfthat two-Envoys fronvthat Repubiick are alfo arrived at Toulon, - anil were prepWingltoproceed to Veriailles, in ordejtoafldPardon of the French King, for the,Hoftilities committed by. the Tuni&w on the Subjects of the Crown of Fmcc.. : , - : ; Le^^.fr^^^eJfe^V^a^ April 2^, N.S. fay, that ifoTw^w*^ their Mitoifter at Brf&ls;.riWiiiaatt Accoomvof Count JConigfeg,; Governor ofthaAoftria* Netherlands,^ having informed him of the approaching Mardr of hfc? Majefty's Heffian Troops towards the Rhine, an^J^n^-.iut^g^^'.pffices with, their High W^teiefji^ufs^ LChar- Ieroy/, aW'Aethj^gatrimncd>wit^,Datdi:Trop|B,; where-upofl^hje> -fai^'Stfttes ,took a Resolution to order, a certain Number^J^tc^j ^^'^��^^,9^t^B^-in march imme&ately, inioonJiitfp^^iltttReqs^r;. "Severa1~Letters^om NapW advife, that an Italian Merchant of great Note had railed there for 7o,6oaDucats. The Lord SempVs Highland Regiment are all expected in-Tbwn'the latter End of >this Week; and we ^ear that tiey-will be immediately reviewed by bis Majefty at Kensington. - The Guns round the Walls of the Tower being much decayVL^a new Tier js landed from the Iron Foundery in Softolk^'M.otd'er to,be fix^pn.Carriages^ and put in their Places. We hear from Oxford, that on Thurfday laft his Grace the Duke of Hamilton and Brandon was prefented to the Degree of Doctor of Lawsin full Convocation. ThePre-fentation Speech was made by Dr. King, Principal of St. Mary's Hall, in which Hall his Grace was educated. Yefterday Morning early died, , much lamented, at his Houfe at St. MargaretVHill, Southwark, Thomas Inwen, : Efq; ReprefeHtative in Parliament for the Borough of ' Southwark. He was an indulgent Hulband, a tender Fa- ther, a fincere Friend, a content and generous Benefactor to the Poor; and as a Member of Parliament, ever in the Intereft of his Country. Yefterday Mr. Barnaby Backwell, Nephew and Partner to Samuel Child, Efq; an eminent Banker at Temple-bar, was married to Mils Peggy Clarke, Daughter to the late Samuel Clarke, Efcj; an entinent Turky-Merchant, a very agreeable Lady, with a confiderable Fortune. Laft Sunday was married at St. Lawrence Church, by Dr. Beft, Mr. Jofeph Jebb, an eminent Holier at Chefterfield in Derbyftire, toMifsLamb, Sifter to Dr. Jebb's Lady of Stratford, an agreeable Lady of Merit, and 30001. For* tune.' <_ Yefterday Morning a Sharper, well drefs'd, went to the great Lace Chamber at the George Inn in Alderfgate-ftreet, under a Pretence of "buying fome Lace for a Merchant, and cheapen'd feveral Pieces,- all which he faid were fo dear that he could not venture to buy them, without confulting his Principal-, which he would do at Change, and then return and give an Anfwer, whether he would have them or not; and'then defir'd the Owner of the Lace to give him a Memorandum of his Name, which whilft he was writing, the Sharper took an Opportunity to pocket a Piece of Lace, of 9 1. Value, and got clear off with it. Yefterday Mary Beal was committed to Clerkenwell Bridewell; by Col; De-Veil, for fclonioufly marrying a fe- cond Hulband, her hrft Hulband being alive. BANKRUPTS. ! Richard Haylings, of Bromyard in the Connty of Here-i ford, Tanner. William Caw, of Carpenters Buildings, London-Wall, ; Broker and Chapman. Gabrjc) Cooper, of the Parifti of St. Andrew Holboro, 1 Victualler.__ Hign,Water at London-Bridge this Day at a Minutes after 8._ H A Y-M ARK E T.--" AT the KING'S THEATRE in the H^v-MarJcet, Saturday aeXt, will be perrbnn'd aNewOPJRA, call'd. S I R B A C E. With Dances and-other Djcor.ations entirely Nrtv. Pit and Bozet to be pit together, and no Perfons to be admitted without Tickets, which will be deJiver'd that Day, at the Office in the Hay-Market, at Half a Guinea each. Gallery 5 s. Bf HIS MAJESTY'* Command, No Perfons whatever to be admitted behind the Scenes; The Gallery will be open at Four o'Clock, Pit and Boxes at Five. __To begin at Six o'ClocJc D R U R Y-L A- N E.- For the Benefit of Mrs. MILLS. By His Majefty's Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, thl^Day, will be prefented a Tragedy, call'd The 'O R P H A N i OR, .'the Unhappy Marriage. The Part of Chamoat to.be perform'd by Mr.GARRICK j Caftalio, Mr. Havardj Polydore, Mr. Mills j Acafto, Mr. Berrjr j Chaplain, Mr. Torbatt; Page, Mils Wright. Serina, Mrs. Rjdoutj Fbrella, MifsBennet; ' And the Part of Monimia by Mrs. Pritchard. . With Entertainments between the A�b, viz. Aft i. Stella and Flavia, a Ballad, by Mr. Beard. Aft ii. A new Cantata (compos'd by Mr. Stanley) by Mr. Lowe. Aft iii. a Concerto on the German Flute by Mr. Burk Thumoth. Aft IV. Bumper 'Squire Jones by Mr. Beard. Aft V. a Serious Ballet by Madem. Bonneval, and others. To which will be added a Ballad-Opua, call'd The DEVIL TO PAY. The Part of Sir, John Loverule, by Mr. Lowe, (in which Cha-, racier will be intredue'd The Early Horn j) Jobfon, Mr. Turbutt j Lady Loverule, Mifi Bennet j Butler, Mr. Raftor; And the Part of Nell by Mrs. CLIVE. Boxes 5 s. Pit 31. Firft Gallery 2 s. Upper Gallery 1 s. Servants will be admitted to keep Places on the Stage, which for the better Accommodation of the Ladies, will be form'd into Side-Boxes. To begin exaftly at Six 6**Clock. Nite, To-morrow will be prefented The ALCHEMIST.' For the Benefit of a Qentleman under Misfortunes, when his Tickets deliver'd out % Friday the 2zd Infant for the Play of AS YOU like IT, will lie taken. COVEN T-G A R D E N. By DESIRE. For the Benefit of Mr. ROSCO, Mr.LACY, and Mr. JAMES. AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, this Day, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd , The COUNTRY W I F E. The Part of the Country Wife by Mrs. CIBBER; Horner, Mr.Ryan; Harccurt, Mr.Hale; Sparki(hr, Mr.Chapman; Sir Jafper Fidget, by Mr. Hippifley; Dorilant, Mr. Caflwll; Qnack, Mr. Marten. Lady Fidget, Mrs. Mollart; Alithea, Mrs. Stevens j Mrs.SqueamiA, MUaHillyard; Lucy, Mfi.KUby;' And the Part of Pinch wife by Mr. qrUIN. With feveral Entertainments of Dancing, particularly Aft IL The Dutch Skipper by Monf. DELAMAIM and Madem. ANNE AURETTI, Ad III. The Charafters of DANCING by Mademoilelle JANNETON AURETTI. Aft V. A Grand Ballet by Mr. COOKE and Madem. ANNE AURETTI. To which will be added a Farce, call'd The M O C K-D OCTO ,R. The Mock-Doftor by Mr. James. Boxes 5 s. Pit 3 s. Firft Gallery 21. Upper Gallery 11. *99 To prevent any Impefition on the Pubh'ck by counterfeit Tickets, which are frequently fold about the Doors, no Tickets, fa bought, will be admitted into the Houfe. To-morrow will be prefented The PROVOK'D HUSBAND, and The Rape of Proferpine. For the Benefit of Mr. Benerafi, Mr. Ri- .) cbardjon, and Mrs. Viivaa� S A D L E R's-W ELLS. ttom oP^* AT SADLER'S -WELLS, adjoining to the Nevt'River Head, this Day, will be perform'd . The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Variety of Tumbling, Rope-Daneing, and Vaulting by Monf. GUILI0ME and Signor FRANCISCINI, juft arriv'd from Paris; Singing and Dancing (both Serious and Comic; particularly a Grand Entertainment of Singing and Dancing, call'd Bacchus and Ariadnt, by Monf. Fromont, Mr. Davenpart, Mrs. Bullock, and others; a Scaramouch Dance by Monf. TESCIER ; a new Scotch Dance by Maf-ter Matthews and Mus Wright ; the Drunken Peafant by Mr. Miles ; a new Comic Ballet (after the Manner of the Fau&ns) by Mafler Matthews, Mifs Wright, and others. With feveral new Songs by Mr. Hem (kirk. Concluding with an Entertainment, call'd V U L C A N's. N E T T S ; Harlequin a Captive in Spain: .________j',q p^._______-.--- -�-1 We PRIVATEER BIT. Harlequin by Mr. Vaughan; Colombine, Mrs. Philh'ps: Prfvateer, Mr. Hemfkirk ; Sancho, Mr. Scollough ; Vulcan, Men/.Fromant j Mars, Mr. Davenport; Venus, Madem. Sandoni j- Cupid, Mailer Matthews 5 Graces, Mifs Wright, Mifs King, and Mrs. Anfley. ^ lie Cloatbi and Decorations entirely new. ^ To begin every Evening at FNe o'Clock._ (J U U D M A iN's-11 I'bs' AT the NEW WELLS the bottom Lman-firtet, Goodman't-Fields, this Day, will be perform'd SEVERAL NEW EXERCISES/ Of Rope-Dancing, Poftares, Ballances, Equilibres, and - _ Singing and Dancing, both Seiiniu and Cwaier---*-s -KUfE-UANL'lNU by the ceJebratedMi^ Rayner, Mr. Ho�gh^/- and others. Dancing by Mr. Carnej', Mr. Crtnier, Mr. Hayes, Mr. Chettle, Madem. Perault, Madem. Mauri, Mrs. Hough, and the two Matters and Mifs Granier. With feveral new Songs by Mr. Brett and Mn. Hill-To which will be added, i Several SCENES in GROTESQUE CHARACTERS, calTd HARLEQJUIN DABANNO; Or, The Inchanted CaftJe. Campos'd by Signor Bonifatio Avogadro, fatly ami?8 Jhm Veokei Harlequin by Mr. Hayes; Colombine, Mrs. Hoogh:; Pantaloon,. Mr. Chettle; Seapin, Mr. Hough.; two Sailors, Mr. Roberts and Mr. James; two Soldiers, Mr. Smart and Mr. Long; a Porter, Mr. Knott; the other Characters by the reft of the Performers. The Whole to Conclude with a Comic Dance 'in'Gnttfque Figurtit\ By Mr- Granier and Madem. Maviere, and the two Marters-aad Miis Granier, and MUsKayner. To begin every Night at Five o'Clock. %* Evsry One will he admitted for a Pint of Win? a-fitct at ufual. Bank Stock 146 a 53 4U1S a 146 ex Divid. indij Ditto no Price. South Sea Stock in 1 half a 3 4ths. Ditto Old Annuities 115 a 115 1 8th. Ditto New 113 3 4ths a 5 8ths a 3 4U1S. Three per Cent. Annuities 01 1 half a 5 8ths. Ditto 1742 ioj 1 half a 5 8ths. Di to 1743 99 a 98 7 8ths. Million Bank 118 \ 4ths. Eq'ui-' valent m. Royal Affurance 82. London Aflbrance: 11 5 8ths a 3 4ths. EngHfli Copper ditto 4 L 10 Welch ditto-no Price. African no Price. Seven per. Cent. ^Emperor's Loan 114J Five per Cent, ditto 76 1 half; e^Div. Bank Circulation^ 1. 15 s. Prem. India Bonds 4I. ios. a ns. Pr. Three and a half Sale Tallies 2 Prem. Three and a half per Cent; Exchequer Or-i ders 5 1 half Prem. Three per Cent, ditto z 1 4thDifc.' Lottery Tickers 20 s. 6 d. Prem. /fdvertifementi of a moderate Length are taken in for this P*ixr it Two Shillings each.
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