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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 22, 1743, London, Middlesex                                � tAWlE down t]ne Sutherland. Man' l^^M^'^'feirom*; iD^ywepd',. ibr N�w-;York u  Eaton.iErigat*; Plage, for Oporto} Providence, Ntwcomen; for. Portugal; and remain ftito fris Mijeftps Ship the Greyhound; the Mary,'Read; and Juftkia, Bondp*ft3i'.iMary-laBdj John- and Mary, Jeffries, 'Tdr^Lifb^i^theReffor^m^Ayl1'. ward, - for Virginia ; ifaac and Elizabeth, Matthews, for Pbrtfinputh; and Philip;and PeCer, North, for Maryland, Arrived the Prince of Wales, Comith from Jamaica, bat laft from Portfmoitth.   Wind Weft. TheDublitfMerchant, Thomas; Nathaniel, Hunter; and --> Williams, from London,' are arrived at Dublin. L O N DON. ' ! _ Y^fteidax'hi*'Majefty went tbthe "Hbafe of Peers, with the ufuil SoJtemnity, and put an End to the Seflions of Parliament with a moll gracious Speech from the Throne. His Grace-the Duke of Grafton, and the Right Hon. the Lord Faulcohbridge, attended his Majefty to and from the Houfe�fPeers.-iU v. : . "On W^ncTda^^aift1 thesis were bent .on board the CaVctoft^],^^^h^^^^aMJl^ptfatdi piirfaant to an Qrderfioin,'the jQbiws'pfthe; Admiralty.   ' Itisiaiii;*hat ifthe'French ihodld fend another Army I into the Empire, they will immediately be follbw'd by a j Body of 30,000 Men, compos'd of BritUh, Auftriari and " Dutch Troops.   r / . Weiear,' jhata triple Alliance; is on the Tapis,which will girctly faciHtate ;the^ of the Peace of Europe to Reafos. � ;. -    We hear,: that Alexander Hume, Efij; *and; Abraham: Shard, Efq; Son of Sir Ifaac Shard, intend to ftand as Candidates for the Borough of Southwark, in the room of Thomas Inwen, Efq; and that a Writ is already ifTued, for electing a Member for the faid Borough. Yefterfay his Grace the Lord AroTiWmopiof York was; ordained at ihe-ChaVch of St; George, Hahover-fquare; after which there was a grand Entertainment prepar'd, a* which were prefent a great many Perfons of Quality and Diftinfrjon. By a Letter from Dingle in Ireland we have Advice, . that Robert Dillon, the Tide-Surveyor of that Place, as he was on his. Cruize, obferved a Sloop feemingly in Diilrefs near the Shoar, whereupon he boarded her, and finding (he had a Quantity of Water in her Hold, ordered his Men to the Pump to clear the'SJiipy which when they had done he went into the^foki, .and {here -{to. Jus great Surprize)' found,, that there had bees feveral Holes bor'd in found"' Planks, with an Intent to fink the faid Veflel, and defraud the Infurers of a Sum of Money; which is the more ftrongly prbv'd, as (he Had in her only Ballaft, and.fome.Cfcells Can-vafedover, which were �ll'd �/ith; w-Wroj^-yhr Rags, Flock-Beds;-and Things bfJitde or no Value ; on drfcovering of which Mr. Dillon carryed her into Port, arid there ftopt her, on. Account of the faid Fraud. As foon as (he came to an Anchor the Mafter and Crew, confifting of three Men and n Boy; got on Shoar, and fecreted ihem-felves, and had not appeared -when the above Account was fent away. ' ;' .    1 '  - Laft Saturday was married at Canterbury. GebrgcFare-; well,.1 of Brenlyt Efq; to -Mlfs Ketherfoiei an Heirefs of an aatient;Familyf :and a very-confiderable Fortune/'    _ " And on Monday was married in the fame City, Thomas Barrett, of Lee, Efqj to MjfsTudner, Daughter of Humphry Pudnety.Eftj;' an agreeableyoung Lady of fine Ac-compUffimehts, and a,very handfome For�yje. "��By the Bill of Mortality of laft' Week 'we find that the Bariafe  '} it^fa1 TQpm.of'tbeiluoM Gower j the Mafter of theR^lk-; will iucceed the Earl of CholmonJsley as Chancellor of thjS.; DutdbyTjfrLmcallefT^br Life iand Mr. Noel" will be ap-pomle^Mafter of the Rolls: v - lite'on W^neftlay':Night died, in' an advanced Age, " at his Honfe in Ol&ftreet Square; 'Mr. Jacklbn, formerly a Goldfmith of g^tBtnlnds/but having acqiciir'd a handfome Fortune, had ictirM frpm^licfc, Life,' l&d.iiv^ptUv vajWrfome'TinjRJaft.i�'> t?'-;u        "_V!'r :': v}   ;i W^/aremannedIthatoh Monday laft.a"^Gehtlewomaiv. of goGdiForta'nd' died -m^- Jblm^ftra^^^ who ; had left parucu^lnftruc^ipns^her; WM^i^^jow    ; ihe vw^^her^eladcms- ^   fend for. a'Surgeonvrwho wasj to .^er her Head -from :het Body, � to^^prwnr/hfcr itr. \ turni4gi, who Was fome Time.fince apprehended and committed ta Newga^� for concealing Pact-of his Effefts,' was tarried , on Horfeback'from the faid Goal, in order to take his., Trials fHe Affizes forNewcaftfe. '       ' i'At the B'randy:Warehbufe 'under the Rbyal:Exchahge Pohch-Hdufe; arevnbw on Sale, the beft Jamaica Rum at , 7 5.^9 d.Vthe beft Cohiac Brandy at 8 s. and Batavia Ar-. rack at;t4 s., per Gallon i but if-the Arrack is tekenfrom tbe.India-Houfe, or the Brandy or Rnm off the Keys, whenjhsndedy there will be in Abatement.-7-And at the faid Warelbuler'afe WW'^^ela^co^djt^e.O^antl^ ,bf Br^nd�.7and,Rqm. ;made into Shrub, of Granges of this Y^�^^tattanif>and tlien in the greateft Perfection"I And as Pcrfoiis ma^ be   I   _ SI    R    B    A    C    E. � With Dances �W ff/^,DECORATi0NS entirely New. Pit and Boxes to lx .put^ together, awl, no Perfons to be admitted ; wlthoth Tickets, wUch wOl be deliver'd that Day, at the Office in i the Hay-Madcet, at" Half a Guinea each. Gallery 5 9. ! % HIS. M.Aj,�S.Tjy> Command,, ' No Perfons wbatefer to bcadpiittcd behind the Scenes. , The Qallery Will he open'at Four. q'Clpck, Pit and Boates atrFive. U   K   U   R   Y-L   A   N    E- Foc the Benefit of Mr. PIANf ANIDA. . By His Majefty's [Company of Cotpediam, AT the Theatre-Royal in  Drucy-Lane^ this Day, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd .-. The   OLD : BATCH EL O R.  The Part of Fondlewi/e by Mr. GARRICK; Heartwell, Mr.Delane; Belmour, Mr. Mills; Belinda, MrtPritch-ardj Sir.Jofepb Wittol, Mr.Neale; Bluff, Mr. Macklin; Sharper, Mr.Blakes; Vainlove, MnHavard -T Setter, Mr.Yates 5 Barnaby, Mr. ; Leigh. Araminta by Mrs. CroTs y Silvia, Mrs. Ridout j Lucy, Mrs. Beoaet; Betty, MifsMinors; ,   And the Part of Lstitia by Mrs. Clive. With Entertainments between the Afts, \iz. AG I. A Serious Dance by Madena. Bonneval and others. Aft II. A Concerto by Signor Piantanida. Aft III. An Italian Song by a Gentlewoman. Acl IV. A So!o by Mr. Piantanida. Acl V. The Sicilian Peafanis, by Signer CHECO  TORlNESE , 6V|�3ra.CHIARETTA AQUILANTI,  ..' I        and Others. To which will be added a Ballad-Opeta, call'd The   D E V I L   TO   PAY.' The Part of Sir John Loverule,' by Mr. Lowe, (in which Cha-rafter will be.introduc'd The Early Hom 5) Jobfon, Mr. Turbutt j Lady Loverule, Mifs Rennet ; Butler, Mr. Rafter; And the Part of Nell by Mrs. CLIVE. Boxes 5 s.   Pit 3 s.   Firft Gallery z s.   Upper Gallery 1 s. %* Ticketi (SelivcrM out for the Play of AS YOU LIKE IT, will be taken this.Night. ,   . > To-morrow will be prefented The RECRUITING OFFICER. With Dancing by SignorCHECOj-Signora CHIARETTA, Sec. C O V E N T-G A R D E'N.^- For the Benefit of Mr. DEL A MAINE and Madem. JANNETON AURETTI. T the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden-, this Day, will be prefented the Tragedy of C A T O. The Part 6f Catfl. by Mr. CJUIN; -Portius, Mr. Ryan } Sempronius, Mr. Galhel 5 "Juba, Mr. Hale ; Sy-phax, Mr. Gibfon ; Marcus, Mr. Anderfon j Lucius, Mr. Rofcoj Decius, Mr. Bridgwater.   Lucia, Mrs. Stevens j And the Part of Marcia by Mrs. Horton. To which will be added a Farce, call'd The VIRGIN. UN MAS K'D. �r-----  vrrtn Kfreral EhtertalnDients of Dancijig, viz. AQ It An Italian Dance by Mr. Delamain and Madem. Augufte. Aft II.. A Harlequin byMadetn. Anne Auretti. Aft III. A Louvre by Mr. Delamain. .   Aft IV.  Un Pas de Dtuie by Les Definoifelles ANNE an4 JANNETON AURETTI. Aft V. A Minuet by Mr. Delamain and Madem. Jaaneton Auretti. Boxes s s.   Pit 3 s.    Firft Gallery 2 s.    Upper Gallery & s. To begin exaftly at Six p' Clock. To-morrow will be-prefented The ROVER.  For the Benefit of Mrs. Mullart, Mrs. Wright, and others.      _____ ...... SAD L E R's-W E L L S. AT SADLER'S-WELLS, adjoining to the New-River Head, this D^y, wiltbe perform'd The USUAL D I;V EkSlONS. With Variety of Tumbling, Rope-DanoBg, and Vaulting by Monf. GUILIOME and Signor FRANCISCIN.I,-juft arrivM from Paris; Singing and Dancing (both Serious and Comic) particularly a Grand Entertainment of Singing and Dancing, call'd Bacchus and Ariadne, by jMe-nt Eromdnt, Mr.Davenport, Mrs.Bullock, and others; a Sca-'ramouch Dance by Monf. TESCIER; a new Scotch: Dance by Maf-; er Matthews and Miifs Wright; the Drunken Peafant by Mr. Miles ; new Comic Ballet (after, _the. Manner of the FaufansJ by Mafter Matthews, MifsWright, and-others. ' With feveral new Songs by Mr. Hemflaek and Mifs HILLIER, * (Being the firft Time ot her appearing on any Stage.) Concluding with an Entertainment, call'd V U L C A N's - N E T T S ; liu'n a Captive in Spain: OR, -   ;        The, PRIV A TE E R B I T. � Harlequin by Mr. Vaughan; Colqmbine, Mrs.. Phillips; Privateer, Mr.IJenaJErk } Siricho, Mr, Scollough ; Vulcan, MfnC Fromont; Mars, Mr. Davenport j Venus,1 Madem.. Sandbni j Cupid, - Mafter Matthews; Graces, Mifs Wright, 'Mifs'Eing, and Mrs. An/ley. ......    lbe Cloatbs and Decpratiofu entirety turn. To begin, every Evenipg.at Five o'Qpclc.-_- RAN EL A G H-G AIDE N S G 0 U U MAJVF I E L D S. T the NEW WELLS the bottom of A ___LemortrJlreet^Gwdmarfs-Fieldi, this Day, will be perform'd ; S EV E R A L NE W EX Ek CISES ; (yRdpe-Dancing, Poftures, Ballances, Equilibres, and Singing and Dancing, both Serious and Comic. rope-dancing by the celebrated Mifs Rayner, Mr. Hough, ; and others.   Dancing by Mr. Carney, Mr. Granier, Mr. Hayes, Mr. � Chetlle, Madem. Perault, Madem. Mauri,  Mrs. Hough, and the two Mafters and Mifs Granier.   With feveral new Songs by Mr. .Brett and Mrs. Hill. - "  . To which will be a^dtd, Several SCENES in GROTESQUE that? ACTFPg�_!L-1i'fi  T JriAKLEQJJlN   DAB AN N O > Or, The Inchanted Cattle. Compos'd by Signor Bonifatio Avogadro, lately arrived from Venice. Harlequin by Mr. Hayes; Colombine, Mrs. Hough ; Pantaloon, : Mr. Chetde ; Scapin, Mr. Hough ; 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 Performers. The Whole to Conclude with a Comic Dance in Grotefque Figures, By Mr. Granier 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 P.int of Wine a-picce as ufual. T HHILLlPS's New Wells, near thtv- London-Spaw, Clerkenivell, during the Summer Seafon, will be 1 perform'd Variety of Tumbling, Rope-Dancing, Vaulting, and '� extraordinary Performances on the LADDER by Monf. GERMAN, ) Matter van GEWELL, and Monf. LEBRUNE, juft arrived from Paris ; feveral new Entertainments of Singing and-Dancing, by Mr. . Phillips, Monf. Lapierre, Mr. Johnfrn, and Mrs. Phillips; with extraordinary Rope-Dancing by Signora Line ; the Drunken PeaiaBt by  Mr. Phillips ; a new C mic Dance by Mr. Shawford, aad others ; a new Sailors Dance by Mr. Davis and Mr. Coventry, in which Mr. Phillips will introduce a hew Hornpipe ; a new Buffoon Dance by Maimer Ferg and Mafter Morris, after the Manner of Gambo de Ferro; a new Pantomime' Dance, call'd lie Rival Peafanis by Mr. Phillips, Mr. Shawford, Mr. Davis, Mr. Coventry, Mrs.Morris, Mrs. Jack-foh, Mrs. Dove ; Let me -wander not unfeen, fung by Mrs. Phillips. Likewife fevtral new EQUILIBRES, by Monf. ALTARE, lately arriv'd from Hungary, quite different from any hitherto exhibited. To which will.be revised an Entertainment of Singing and Dancing, call'd iMERLIN   in   LABOUR, ! Or,  Harlequin at All. 1   The Charafter of Harlequin by Mr. phillips, (fram the Thea-jtre-Roy'al inPrury-Lane;) Merlinf by Mr J"h"<""" j Swpllhea > pfJ S Majeftfs Sh*j> the Augufta, b ing af the Nore, and under immediate Orders for Sailing  it is the DireQion of my Lords CommiJJtoners of the Admiralty, that fuch of the Men turned over into her from the Phaeton Firefkip,. Princefs Royal Hofpital Shipi and De-;fiance, who are-abfent from their Dutj^do repair immt-*diateljj on board the faid Ship AuguRa, at the Nore, en Pain not only of lojing the Wages due to them^ in the aforefaid Ships, but of being apprehended and tried at a Court Martial as Heferters. �:_Tho. Corbett. 1o    be    SOL D,.------ Freehold Eftate in Rotten-Row, facing the Charterhoufe Wall, Gofwell-ftreet, well-tenanted at 101. a Year. Enquire at the Lane. 5- if A Magpye, the bottom of Clerkenwell-Green by be opened for the SUMMER, ;--A S ON, on. Monday the z$th �>aj of April, ndnt^t.tiaythe BfeaWaffing-R^opmXwz//^ opened High Water at London-Bridge this Day at 14 Minutes '743 as ufual, 2- \     .. - 1    Note, There will ie Lamps'lighted on bilhVtodds, and a Patroleall Night. _ '_' . ., ." Uanl4,orocKi 14b 1 �ui' a 3"4tfls7  iutua uiiti i�t>a 3 4tbs. Sou;h.Sea Stock no Price. Ditto; Old Annuities ' 1 i^^i'^tfi./J.tttoNew^ry.^igths a i ^.rThwepereent. , Ahnuftiesaoi: Ditto 1743 95 ^T----- ranrerr jy"8t3is a' "3 ^s.'^'Ehglilh^Copper" ditto 4 L 1 os. Welch ditto no Price. African no Price. Seven .rw.CenL.-Emperpr!3_L�an 114. Five pec Cent, ditto 76. Bank Circulation 4 1. 15 s. Prem. India Bonds 4 1. 10 s. a 9 s. Prem. Three and a half Salt Tallies Prem., Three and a.half per; Cent. .Exchequer Orders c: 1 half Preri! .Three per Cent, 'ditto 2'i,half 'jfifc. Lottery -Ticketsio's.P'em. ! "�   ' April 12, 1743. VAUX-HA-LL. PROPOSALS for  the ENTERTAINMENT of ^___^ SPRING-GARDENS. j.nPHE Entertainment will be Open'd 1     the Beginning of May, and continue three Months, 01 longer ; with Illuminations, a Band of Mufick, &c. a. A Thouland Tickets will be deliver'd out at Twenty-fi�e Shillings each ; the Silver of every Ticket to be worth above Three Shillings j and to admit two Perfons every Evening (Sumdays excepted) 'during the Seafon, 3. Every Perfon coming without a Ticket, to pay One Shilling each Time for Admittance. 4. No Servant in Livery to walk in the Gardens. �. All Subfcribers are defir'dnot to permit their Ticketi to getinto the Hands- of Perfon! of ill Repute j it being abfolutely ncceflary to exclude all fuch. 6. All pofiible Endeavours will be ufed, that the Particulars provided for the Entertainment may be the beft in their feveral Kinds ; and that the Company may judge of the Reafgnablenels of them, printed Tables of the Prices of each, will be fix'd up in different Parts of th; Garden. .' RECEIPTS are now delivering, and will continue to be fo, 'till Tuefday the 26th Inftant indufive} by Mr. Cox, Ifookfeller, under, tthe Royal-Exchange j Mr.Sfagg, Beokfeller, in Weftminfter-Hall; and at "the Spfihg-Gardens: At all which Places the Silver Tickets will be read;      ~ ~* RopT the Afternoon ; Large Capital Meffuage at ilg 4ths. : Ditto 1742 101 5^thsa 34ths. ;. 4th'� a 7'8th>.  MHlfdnBaidc'it $jl4Jtha...; f : r Jr-, . -mr '  �   --'r% tl'i'l.r   �7r".. A for Delivery on ThUrfd|y th, ,j giIT� Tiifliinl  ~--- -  .-----r _ no Perfohiwill take it amifs, if they are not admitted till the Time flx'd for opening the Gardens, of which Notice will be given in.the Publick Papers.     _ To   be  peremptorily   SOLD, Purfumtto a Decree if thijtigb Court of Chancery beftre Thomas Ben- -net, Effi onetfthe Mafters of the faid Court, at hisHoufi in Cbar.-cery-Lantt London, on Wtdntfday next, between Five and Seven in fin  Llanidau, _"with the Gardens, Stables, Coach-houfes, and other Appurtenances thereto belonging 5 together with feveral Eftates fituate in the Counties of Anglefea and Carnarvon, of the, Yearly Value of 1556 1. 10s. 2d. whereof 9.5 1. is Leasehold fubjeel to feveral Outgo'ngs, a-mounting yearly to 941, late the Eftates of Thomas Lloyd, Heightley in.the County of Salop, Efq; deceas'd. Particulars whereof may be had at the faid Mafier's Houfe. ' This Day is puklijb'd,        "~ Frecr-aTTo^ Impartial Enquiry into the -. Extraordinary and Advantageous Bargain, (lately Hnder the .Confideration of Parliament) for remitting Money for the Pay of the Forces Abroad, for the Year 1743 ; being a faithful Specimen of the Oeconomy and Management of the prefent Adminiftration, in Do- weftJck:AeiirsO-   ;    ' Printed for M. .Cooper, at the Globe, in Pater-nofter-Row. �2 9 late of A 5 JdvtrtifmM of a mderM^Mith^f^sP�t  1T $mnV each'   

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