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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 27, 1743, London, Middlesex                                Deal, AprH^s AME down and failed the - Morat,Hfer'y^jginia^j Crawford^ � for. Dublin. - une'' down-America* Noble/ for New-England ; Lotfng*Friradfiiip,. Lowry:, for Uibon; and remain, with his . Majefty'a Ship Stra&rd. TOid S.tyE.   � ..    :     ' Grave/end, Afriiz^.. Pa(s*d by /Mary, Brddier r Charming Molly,' J^hnfon 5 and Seahorfc, R�ad, from Leghorn ; the Charming Peggy, Mitfer 3 Francis, Wwren V John,'Lei j and Sally, Chaplain, from Oporto; the. Sally, Cole, frdm' SmyrnaPrize, Dnnbar, from Georgia'; John and Mary, Hall, ftom Cork i. Neptane, White; Hamber^ Bore; and Snfannah, Shiles,from Carolina; Jame^, Matthews"; "and Sophia, Wicket, from St.Kitts; PrifciUa, Tippin^ from Virginia; and Eluabc* and Mary, Scot,:frohvJamaica. The Saliffjury, Hancock, from Lifbon, is arrived off Dovei; in *6 Days;; .... -j ... L O.N D O N. They write from JParoe, of March 26, that the Convoy which went UftfrorAEngland for,.the Mediterranean, paffed by that Port the 24th, after: leaving there one of the Merchantmen, which gpt; over the'Bar next Day.'� ' '  cf St: Peter Weftmin. j *er, void by the Reugnat(on of Doftor William Barnard, -: the Prebendary thereof,';*" " ,     ; On" Monday: WefUowHulfe, Efq; Son to Sir Edward Hulfe, Baft, an eminent;Rhyfitian, was appointed! an En-fign va the Second' Troop of Horfe-Guaras/ commanded by hia Gra� ih� ;. '   . TheComn^onersbfhis Majeuy'sJNayy arecontrafting for a'large Pieceiof Ground near the Red JwufeatJDeptford' to builoVStore-houfes on, for the more fpeedy Viftuafling the Roya^Navy on any Emergency. 7 The BuHding will be compleated this Somnierr and a Draught of eight Men out of every Branch in |hat Office is' fix'd upon for Carrying " on theBufinfefsV ^irl       ^l::] ;-� / ^ - OnTbuj^da'y;^a.Tender.belonging tp �f.:War wasattack^ of Beachy-head^ who engag'd her for fome Time I thwlwng feeh bytwo Of the Boats belonging to the'Cuf^msi ihey made fail,^ and foen . came up with the Tender;: which they imagining-to have been a Merchant Ship taken* and Spaniards. p�tion v.boardr " her, they.ftr'd^.her. direc^y,^d..befpre they.copld find the Miftake, tbi Privateer -gdtcjear off>v,,../. ':, -. A ] c Yefierday caiuct/Ldvice, that thejMarjgai^t, Wife, bonnd c frcm Water&rdJro . andcacned.-'initpra Fo^f i^j^q.piisoyae,.." -V.^'." � ': , The John and Elizabeth^ MindhamV � .'from. Wells^.to London, is loft in theSwin-. - rv -j'-:     -    = ' Yefterday died^aftera>morfIHnefi/at;h� Houfe'in ]" Long- Acre,1 Mr. pMneld,J a: Vj^.^pfera^^fel^r.  chant, vi^oMt lefjt p^6i^im: a ^^'Pe^fonM,^ Eftite, - which reacquired with afairtCharaft?r;.: . fr   l.., l:c Fromthe^ London jGassette;'^    { Atthe Court'at St.'James^thej^djDjy'oT April, 'i 74^.   :"p . rf^^Sr;:-E;      T,'-:   ' : The King's' m9&$^f*X. JWajej^r^;cpun)cJl. '-{ - 1 His Majdfy in CxwwSfci^ia[i)ay.declaring, has tendon ' cf- go:ng out of the Kit^4H^bt afeortT4mey^was;|Jeaftd 1 to nom'iniW rhe fbllo^i^wons to bef-L^sJj^ces'foif thVAdmiriillfation ofl^^^^W^^^^Wy^ ------- ~*------ John Lord Archbilhop-of Canterbury, - -'-Philip Lord'Haid�ick,:iIi>r1l;ehiBceiiori �; -; ' \ '. � � William Earl of Harrington, LordPrefident.   ; ��- John Lord Gower, Lutd frivy Seal.   _ v r   Lionel Crwjneia Dnkc" bf'Dbrfet, Lord Si e of G^aftoih,. Lord Chamberlain.... 'v e of Richmond, Mafter of toeHorfc. ; >,>,.� Lord Lieutenant of v,Charle8 DttJ ..Charles Duke Charles Duke of Bolton; 'William Duke of Devon/hire, Ireland. .. . ; ^ , -\;      . ' . Johii Duke ef Montagu, Maflcr General of the Ordnance. 0 . .'  � Thomas Holies Duke of Newcaftle, one of his Ma-jefty's Principal Secretaries of State. John Mar^efs" bf T^eddale, another of; his MajeftyV Pimcj^l Secre.Earies, of.State, HenryEarlof Pembroke, Groom of the Stole. Daniel Earl of Wmclieliea^ Firil CommTffibner of the Admiraity., .". Archibald Earl of Ilay. '    � Spencer Earl of Wilmington, Firft Commiffioner of- the Treafory. .'; v  ' William Earl of BathJ' John Lord Carteret, anpther of. his Majefty's Principal Secretaries of State..And, Henry Pelham, Efq> Hign Water this Day at London-Bridge at 26 Minutes after z. T   .-; .       .   :, .."   ... ": . Bank Stock146 a 5 1 half a 6 a 5 3 4ths. India Ditto i85.1 4th a. 1 half a. 1 4'tK, South.Sea Stock in 1,half, Ditto Old Annuities 115 a i 4th a 7 gth's. Ditto Ttfew IL3 7 8ths a 1: half a 5 8ths, Three per. Cent. Annuities 101 5 8ths. Ditto 1742 101 5 8ths. Ditto 1743 18 78ths a 3 4ths.' Million Bank 117 ex Divid. Equiya-ent nr. Royal AiTurance 82. London Affurance 11 i half. Ehglifh Copper ditto 4 1. 10 s. Welch ditto no Price. African no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 114. r Five per Cent ditto 76, 1 4th a 3 8ths.   Bank Circolatibn 41. 15 s. Prem.  India Bonds 4 1. 9 s.. a. 1 o.s. Prem. Three, and a half Salt Tallies 2 Prem.., Thre^e and a half per. Cent., Exchequer Orders half'Prem.    Three per Cent, ditto: a /,-Jialf Lottery Tickets 30 s. 6 d. Prem. Difc. a A Y-M A R  K E T. AT the KING'S THEATRE in rhe Hay-Market, Saturday next, will be perfbrm'd a New OPERA, call'd ^ � SIR    B    A    C    E. JVilly Dances and'other.Decorations entirely New. Pit and Boxes to be put together, and no Perforis to be admitted without TickeO,-which will be deliver'd that Day, at the Office in the Hay-Market, at Half a Guinea each-.  Gallery 59. By HIS, MAJESTY'S Command, No Perfons whatever to be admitted behind the Scenes. The-Gallery will be' open at Tour o'clock, Pit and'Boxes at Five. u   R   U   R   Y-L   A   N   E. Tor the BcneEt of Mr. Y AT E5 and Mr. BLAKE3. By His Majefiy's Company of Comedians^ T', the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, this Day, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd LG V E   M A K E S  A M A N ; x* r,_._    .      .........______ The Fop's ForttJNE. The Pa>t, of Carlos by Mr.Ddanej Don Choieiick, Mr. Yates; Clody, Mr,Nealej Antonio,^Mr, Arthur ; Charino, Mr. Tafwcll j Don Duart, Mr. Blakes ^ Den Manuel, Mr. Marr; Monfieur,. Mr. Blakes; Governor, Mr. Havardj Sancho, Mr. Marr; Jaques, Mr. JLeigh. 1 Louiia, Mrs. Roberts j. Elvira, Mrs. Priichird; Angelina, Mrs. Rldoutj: Honoria, Mrs. Horfinjton. Wllh EntertainiBents between the A&s, viz. Aail. Singing by Mr. Beard. Aalll. Singing'by'Mr.Xowe.f Ad IV, ' A Concerto by Mr.Burk Thumoth. ,   To which will b� added a Farce, call'd LYING   VALE T.   TheTart of the Lying Valet by Mr. Yates; Gay left, Mr. Blakes ;     Beau Trippet, Mr. Man* j-And the Part'of ^Citty; Pry by Mrs. Pritdhard. . Boxes ? s,   Pit: 3 v. Firft Galle>y * s.  Ugper Gallery 11 f guafity. For ^Benefit of Mk CA$HELL. T tjie TjieatrerRoyal in Covent-Garden, . this t>%Vittb< nrefehted a Tragedy, call'd E NIC E  PRE SERV'D; , 4 yiot Difcover'd. The Part of Pierre to be perfbrm'd by Mr. QUIN ; Jafie^ by Mr. CASHELt; PriuU, Mr. Bridgwater'^ JJuke,. Mr. ! � .Rofco;:Bedamar, lgrt lil^Vjljcneote as^.Madein. AagBfle.  .ft Vi. A. GaniBalletj-.-fajl'd' Lt.Rend&wt.Pplientf,by,, C 0O K E: and-Monf. P I CQ. ' E W; JA^ETQN AURETTI..; ,y \ j Yojing;MaAcr.ijjILWf^> and-others^ , .! ; �.'.- Pit; %tf    ijPrJtQiiHerjr.% %,.} ypper Gallery, i.s.; :. ;Ticki Boxes or .wntsty-; |g^J%Uind' PlwPJW'rt-Mr. CaAell, at.,his Lpdi-pial i*Mt!k Wilrt-iftreetj, or, of.'Mr. of Mr. TicEettd. Ridj ni}l'h'e,eifitittiitb9t-. anfild ahw( the. Playbfufi. M^begs-the Piww of thefe-^�die�> -wher have taken -to fend fer Tickets; and like wife to fend their Ser-r o'clock.to keep their Places.. "V   To'be^ at Sir'o*"Ci _ AT PHILLIPS'S New Wells, near the Linden-Spam, Clcrkeraell, during the Summer Seafon, will be perform'd Variety of Tumbling, Rope-Dancing, and Vaulting, by-Monf. GERMAN, Mafter VAN GEWELL, Monf. LEBRUNE, Monk DUGe,. and Signora LINE. With extraordinary Performances on the LADDER by Monf. GERMAN. Likewife feveral new EQUILIBRES, by Monf. LATARE, lately arriv'd front Hungary, quite different from any hitherto exhibited. -' With-feveraf new-Eateittinments of Singing and Dancing, by Wr. Phillips, Monf. Lapierre, Mr. Johnfon, and Mrs. Phillips; a new Sailors Dance- by Mr. Shawford and Mr. Coventry, in which Mr. Phillips will introduce a new Hornpipe ; a new Buffoon Dance by Mafter Ferg and Mafter Morris, after the Manner of Gambo de Ferro; a new Pantomime Dance, call'd lie Rival Peafantt by Mr. Phillips, Mr. Shawford, Monf. Lapierre, Mr. Smith, Mr. Coventry, Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Jackfon, Mrs. Dove, and Madem. Dumont. Likewife Vaulting on the Slack Rope by Mr. PHILLIPS, as he jerform'd it at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane in TASTE A-LA-MODE. To which will be revived an Entertainment of Singing and Dancing, " call'd The HARLOT's PROGRESS, The Chandler of Harlequin by Mr. PHILLIPS ; Beau Mordecai, . Mr. Shawford ; Colonel Charter, Mr. Johnfon j Mother Midnight, Mr. Dove; Porter, Mr. Coventry ; BefsBrindle, Mr. Davis; Ladies of Pleafuse by Mrs. Dove, Mrs. Jackfon, and Mrs. Morris; L And the Character of Mifs.Kitty to be perform'd by Mrs. PHILLIPS, (From the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.) Concluding with a Grand Serious and Comic DANCE, To begin every Evening at Five o'Clock. -Fui  the Benefit "uf Mr. ROCIIETTI. ' AT Mr. Hick ford's Great Room in Brew-ers-ftreet, this Diy, will be performed a CONCERT of Vocal and Inftrumenta] - M     US     I     C     K. With new Songs, Concertos, and Solos, by the beft Hands frem the Opera. Tickets to be had at the Place of Performance, at 5 s. each. ^_     To_begin at Seven o'Clock._ RAN EL^AGH-GARDENS^ Vf/ILL be opened for the S UMM&R- SEASON, Day being the z-jth Day of April, 1743 ; and this Day the Breakfefting-Rooms w;7/^ of end as ufual. Note, There will be Lamps lighted on bith Roads, and a Patrole all Night.        _ To   be  peremptorily   S O L D," Purfusht re a Decree of the High Cain of Chancery befire Thomas Ben-net, Efa\ eneef the Maftert of ibi faid Court, at bitHoufe inCban-cery-Lant, London, tbit Day, ietnttn Five and Seven in ibe Af temtah; 1 ALarge Capital Mefluage at Llanidau, i with the Gardens, Stables, Coach-houfes, and other Appur-tcnances (hereto belonging; together with feveral Eftates �tqate in the Counties of Anglefea and Carnarvon, of the Yearly Value of 15561. 10s. ad, whereof9si. is Leafeholdfubje�l to feveral Outgoings, a-mounting yearly to 941. late the Eftates of Thomas Lloyd, late of Hejghtley;ia the County of Salop, Efq; deceased. Particulars whereof may be had at the faid Matter's Houfe. -    To   be S O L D,-^----. LARGE and.convenient Chambers, well-fitted up, one Pair of Stairs, over the South End of the Pja�a in the Inner-Temple Hall Stair-Cafe, late in the Po&f&onof Edward Chapman, Efq; deceafed. Enquire of Mr. Derifley of Staple-Inn. 9 s S. Mvertjfementi of a mdtratt\Lengtb an taken in for tbifP*(&.it Two Shilling each.   

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