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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 28, 1743, London, Middlesex                                T^ IJvR;S D A Y,:     r i L 48,  1 �Dtal^ April 26. ^ RRIVED and faiHd for the Riyer �is MgeftyV Ship Bridgwater: Pot bade his Majefty's Ship  DmdrjOaght; Vernon, Manly, for Barbadoe*; and remain with &e Strafford Man of War; A-rterica, Noble, for New England i Loving Friendfliip, Low-ly,for Li(bo^; and Try ton, . Wddon, from New England, for Orders, ^ Arrived at feveral Ports. The Anne, Dennis ; and Chatfield-Jolliffe, Whitwood, from Cape de Verds % and the Succefs, Cole/from Briftol, ^re arrived at Carolina. TheAntUope, Morrice, from Lifoon, at Carmarthen. h ON D O N. Yefierday arrived the MaOs from France, and Holland. Letters from Copenhagen Jadvife, that all the Troops �in Norway are repairing towards ChriftJana, where there is to be a Camp of 15000 Men/ The iJanifli Fleet was to jotto Sea the 27 th Inftant, N.S. From Turin they write, that the King of Sardinia's Trosps aiea&oaUy on the March to Saluces, Suza, and Jvrea, at eaoh of which Places there Is to be a Camp of 10000 Men: They add, that when thefe three Camps are formed, it will be morally impoffible for Don Philip to penetrate into Italy* Accorfing to Advices from Naples, Couriers" are dif-pitched every Day to feme Part or other of the Kingdom, efpecially to the maritime Town?. Councils are more fire-gaent than ever, at the Palace, and the King conftaoily af-fifts at them. The 8th Inftant, N.S. a Courier arrived from his "Sicilian Majefty** Embaftador at the'French Court; a Council was immediately called, and the Courier lent back the. lame Day. They wait impatiently for the Arrival �f a Courier from Spain, and another from London, whofe Difpatcb.es, it is faid, will decide the Deflina-tion of the Neapolitan Troops, who, neverthefefs. continue their March towards the Frontiers of the Ecclefiafti-ralState. Cardinal Fini/died at Naples, a few Days before the Date of thefe Advices^ aged 73 Years and 11 Months : By his Death 25 Hats are vacant in {the Sacred College. Letters from Ttologna of the 16th of April, N.S. fay, that a few Days before a Trumpeter from the King of Sardinia arrived in the Spanilh Army ; whereupon a Grand Council was immediately called, which fate about feven Hours; {he Trumpeter has fince been fent back, but they caa't teH'what his Errand was. Count Gage's Head Quarters areftittat Rimini, where his Excellency has lately te-cttvediijMolesladen with Pwifiowand Warlike Stores from Orbitellq. The: Auftriah' Army commanded by Count Traiin continues in the fame Quarters. Letters from Ratifbon bring Advice, that the Emperor arrivedatXandfhut from Munich the 24th Inftant, N.S.41 from whence he intends to proceed to Stranbingen, after lie has given fome Orders there : They affure us, that his Imperial Majefty will command in Perfon the Army that ,?s to ad on the Frontiers of Auftria. Advices from Francfbrt fay, that the Emperor has iflucd Requifitorial Letters to the Circle of Franconia, for fur-niming the French Army under Marfhal Noailles with Pro-vifions: They add, that the Troops, of which that Army is to confift, pais the Rhine fucceffively and aflemble in the Neighbourhood of the Neckar. We alfo hear from Franc-fort, that theEnglwV Horfe began topais the Rhine the \2zd inftant, N.S. near Neuwied ^ that the Earl of Stair arrived therethe 23d, and the Duke d'Areniberg the Day following ; and that thefe two Generals had called .a Coun. cil of War, in which it was refolved that the Veldt Marfhal Count Neuperg mould march with Part of the Troops towards Ejnbs. , .   .-. Our Accounts from Nuremberg, concerning what has pafledatEgra, runthw. ~^PrmceLobkc^tzhaving Teceived Intelligence, that a Body, of 140c*} French were advancing towards Egra, immediately afiembled his Troops, and made them file off towards Waldhum and Wadfaaufen, in order to watch the Motions of the French, and even to give them Battle, in Cafe they fhould .attempt to penetrate into BpheriuaBat J?Ldvjcejp fince: come, (this.'Account is dated Aprij^; )Vli^U�aj De^chment H&.inarched back to Amberg,-after;putting '� new Garrifonin Egra; and leaving Provlfions there "fora Twelve Month. -The Blockade of that Plate was raifed withput the leaft'Oppo-fition, the Anftrian Troops not being ftrong enough to prevent it: The French found feveral Magazines 6a the Route, which Ae Auftrians had not Time to remove. ExtraB of a Letter frcm^Legborn, dated Jfrii * z, N,S. � The Mailers; of feveral Barfo. arrived here from the � Cbaft of prb^nce, report, th�.the Crews of tw,d Englifh .� Men of War lately landed ini therlftuid; of Hieresj and * went up to the Town in order to buy fome frefh Provi- . Yefterday there was Advice, that the Fortune, Strome, bound from London toMarfeilles, laden with Lead,.Hemp, and Tobacooy-that was taken fo^-Time ago by a Spanifh Privateer, and carried into Malaga, has been fince ranfom'd; but the Lead and Hemp were confifcated. The Andrew, Brown, from South Carolina, is arrived at Cowes, in fix Weeks; and brings Advice, that the Far-' mer's-Adventure, Eley, from Cowes, was loft on the Coaft of Carolina j fhe had been at Madeira, and had a large Quantity of. Wine on board. Yefterday Morning between four and five o'CIock his Majefty went from St. James's; attended by the. Right Hon. the Lord Carteret, and feveral Perfons of Diftinclion, and crofs'd the Thames to Lambeth, from whence he was efcorted by a Party of Horfe-Grenadiers and Life Guards. On Friday laft died at Sarum, in an advanced Age, after a .ftqrt Illnefi, John Baker, Efq; Alderman of that City, reputed worth upwards of 40,0001. Yefterday died very rich Mrs. Amifon, Relict of Mr. Amifon, fome Years fince a wealthy Goldfmith, at. the Corner of Saiifbury Court, Fleet-Greet. They write from Hull, that they have had a very fickly Time for this Month paft, abundance of People dying there of the prefenc Diftemper. '  ' A Letter from Edinburgh contains the following Account, viz. * The great Sicknefs that prevails, is advancing ' Northward; we hear that no lefs than 100 People have * been ill at once in the fmall Town of Kelfo, and even < many here are afflicled with Colds $ but no extraordinary ' Mortality has yet happen'd.-Bleeding and Bliftering has � proved very fuccefsful in thi^iCaie.' At ihe11 Brandy Warehoufe nnder the Royal-Exchange. Punch-Houfe, are now on Sale, the beft Jamaica Rum at 7 s.-9 d. the beft ConiacBrandy at 8s. and Batavia Arrack at 14 s. per Gallon; but if the Arrack is taken from the India Houfe, or the Brandy or Rum off1 the Keys, when landed, there will be an Abatement.-And at the faid Warehpuies are now on $ale a confiderable Quantity of Brandy and RumTinade into Shrub of Oranges-of this Year's Inipornuion, and then"ih'the greateft Perfedlion.- And as Perfons may be defirbiis of having Samples of the fame, the above Brandy and Rum (if fold in a lefs Quan-tity ^an a Gallon) is 1 s; per Pint, and Arrack 1 si gd. High Water this Day at London-Bridge'at 55 Minutes after 2. _ Bankbtock 145 3 4ths-,a 146. India Ditto i8j 1 half. South Sea Stock., 111 1 half.; .Ditto. Old Annuities 112 7 8ths a i^ex Divid. DittO;NeSy 113 3 4th*. Three per Cent. Annuities 101 jj Sths a 3 4ths. Ditto 1742 ibt. 5 8ths a 3 4ths, Ditto 1743 98 3 4th? a 7 8ths. Million Bank 117 ex Divid. Equivalent 111. Royal Affurance 82. London Affurance 11 i half ex Divid. Englifh Copper ditto .4! 1,, ift,.s,...v.,.3yelcb^tto^,*o--Piice. African rib Price! Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 114. Five per Cent, ditto .76 lo+th. : Bank Circulation 41. 15 s. Prem!  India Bonds 41. 9 s. a jo s. Prem.   Three and a :half Salt Tallies 2 Prein.   Three and. a half per Cent.- Exchequer Orders 5 1 half Prem'.  Three per Cent. Tditto;2 1 half Difc.  Lottery Tickets to s. 6 d. Prem. H A Y-M A R K E T.- AT rhe KING'S THEATRE in the Hay-Maiket, Satorday next, will be perform'd a New OPERA, �uTd S    I    R    B    AC    E. With Dances and other^ Decorations entirely.New. Pit and Boxes to be put tQigher, and no Perfons to be admitted without Tickets, which wiUV^feliver'd that Day, at theOrBce ift the Hay-Market, at Half a'Ouinea each.  Gallery 5 s. By �IS M A J E S T Y*a Command, No Perfons whatever to be admitted behind the Scenes; The Gallery will be open at-Four o'Gock, Pit and Boxes at Fi�. K   U   R   r-L.   A   N   E. By Hit Majeftfs Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, this Day, wfll be prefcnted a Comedy, call'd The   COUNTRY   WIFE. The Part of Pinchwife by Mr. BRIDGES, from the Theatre-Royal in Dublin; Spaikiflj, Mr.Neale; Sir Jafper Fidget, Mr. Macklin^ Horner, by Mr. Mills i Harcourt, Mj. Blakes; Dorilant, Mr. Crofa; Qua  Krrig, and Mrs. Anlley. The Cloitbt and Decorations entirely new, To begin every Evening at Fhe o'CIock; G O O D M A N's-F I E L D S. AT the NEW WELLS the bottom of L*ma-J}reet, Gosdmatft-Fiehh, this Day, will be perform'd SEVERAL NEW EXERCISES Of Poftures, Ballances, Equilibres, and Singing and Dancing, both Serious and Comic. A French Peafant by Mafter John and Mifs Granier. La Mafon Sa. botier by .Mr. Carney, Maiter Granier, Mr. Granier,' Mr. Chettle, Mr. Davey, Madem. Perault, Madem. Mauri, and Mifs Short. Le Cavalier and Courtezan, and his Man La Rufe, by the two Mafien and Mils. Granier. To which will be added, \ Several New Pieces in Grotefqvc Characters, call'd HARLEQUIN DABANNO* Or, the Inchanted Caftle. Compci'dJr) Signer BoHifatio Avogadro, lately arriv'd front Venice. Harlequin by Mr. Hayes; Colombine, Mrs. Hough; Pantaloon, Mr. Chettle j Scapin, Mr. Hough 9 two Sailors, J^lr. Roberts and Mr. Tames; two Soldiers, Mr. Smart and Mr. Long; a Porter, Mr. Knott; the other .Characters by the reft of the Ptrfofsaera. The Whole to Conclude with a Comic Dance in Grotefque Ftguret, By Mr. Granier and Madem. Mavfere, and the two Maftersand Mifs Granier, and Mifs Short. To begin every Night at Five o'CIock. *  Every One -will be admitted for a Pint of Wine afiete at ufual. The BOWLING - GREEN  adjoining to the WELLS it now OpenM, beuig in good Order, "2 �Jdver&mm of a mderateLsn^hm takenmfor ibUPmM      Shillings each. 0 'o   

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