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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 30, 1743, London, Middlesex                                SrA* T U: R;D 4 Y,  April 30.   1743- HA Y-M A R XV E Tr-^ k>T the KING s T HEAlfejn �>;tofc fei^ with an ApoplecHcfcfit.iWSvh^hihp. d^.in .a,w Hours "after", notwithftanding Jie^ �ya^. impedjat^^ blooded, and other I^jEmedjes^spplied' widwthffe-of.-the Gjexmaojck Body, xn order to,rellore * P^j�^;EmJMre;''           :.   �    � \-/-     ' '^Tife Biltim and" 'Anftrian Troops are.arrived in .this '.V^JtBmQgariers..pj.w,gng@ft,are.at.Spdsn,: vinhm * two Leaguer of this'City ,Jand'thofe of the Auftrians un-� dei the"Velt Marlhal CoimtfJeope>g are at Erbrucheh1, * rfW%i^:imife?oiy[ebhr-' Th^Hanbveria^ 4 ,are, rnarcoing through,; Wti;erayia towards Aj^atjren-Vhurghi where theylare tQ^ftay 'till join'd,by; thelipffian * and other Trddps coming fronr Flanders : It is"reckon'd ' that tHe AYiny 'of the Attics, \ after this Jdnafen, w�H con-V'fi^/^.i6o-oc)6 M^i i^fi.^T>bbJps.''',:!I-'> \ A5c^iw.rrg;.to Adtnk^;'n^;^'^j(bj?h,v:M8r^pl !B.rog1i9 arrived at Stadt-am-hoff-the 26thinift. N.S, from the Up:- per-Palatinate, andpaffedtlmJughJlatifljonithe 28th, go-, >rng to Straubingehk frbm>whence he. was. to proceed to, AHotking, in Order, toafliit'at aGrand.Council which is to ^beheld there in the Emperor's Prefence,.' for fettlihgahe Operations of the Campaign. In the. mean time, fome Troopt/havfrbeen ordered to inarch into the Bi&oprick of I Saltzpurjh, in - orders: to reinrorce thfrHehlans quanered there { Teveral Batallions have likewiferbeen fent to Brau-. naa* and Barckhaafen, and it feems that the Emperor in-, tendi'ta penetrate into Aufiria.   The Imperial. Army con-, fiAs' of 36000 Men, without reckoning the Militia.  It is pretended, that the."Veldt Marfhal Kevenhuller is in Want of Forrage, and therefore molt wait till the Grafs grows. Prince Charles of Lorrain. is .returned to Paflau, after ' he had a Conference with Prince Lobkowitz.; The latter is mne-back to Neuboorgram-Wald} and the.Hungarian Forces-under General Feftititt, are come again into the Neighbourhood of Bgra, ia order to hinder the Garrifon from making Incarfions. We hear from Manheim, that the French Camp at Hail-brro;. encreafes everjr Day by the Arrival of the Troops r^ihcceffively paiathe-RJune.; and.thatthe French have put a, Garrifon of four.Batallions into Heidelberg, and throwii the like Number of Troops into Wifeloeh. . From the, Hague^ve. have a Confirmation, that the City Of Grbningen has given its Confent to the March of 20000 Troops for the Queen of Hungary's Service; but at the Tame jtijne they tell us., that, the reft of the States of that Province, will not,give their Confent to it, 'till the third Augmentation of Troops be effected. The Right Hon. the Lords of the Admiralty having been acquainted that a Spaniffi Privateer was cruizing off Havre-de-grace, their Lordlbips immediately ordered the Greyhound Man of War, ana the Baltimore Sloop, to go in qdeftof her, in Confequence of which Order they are both failed. We hear, that the Right Hon. the Earl of Holdemefs, one of the Lords of the BedchamBer, fets'out this Morning ; and his Grace the Duke of Richmond To-morrow, in order to attend his Majafty, yeflerday near twenty very fine Horfes, with,Servants to take ca^^ of theni, belonging tqth^; Right Hon. the EarlofStairy Commander in ChiefofhisMajejffy's Forces mflander^ went thro* fie City for Gravefeod, where they are to be embark!d. ydferdayon clofine the PoU,-Bpo|;^ fprthe Borough of Southwark, the Numbers,(as^we^he^r) ftood thus, For Alexander Hume, Efq;  643 William Hammond, Efq; 640 Yefterday was married, at the^^Quakers-Meeting atTot-tenharri, M.r; Fanner, of Birmingham, te Mifs Plumpdead, D^ugbter .of Mr. Plnmpfteatj, of Gracechurch-ftreet, a celebrated 'Beauty, with a very large Fortune. -Yefterday theCorpfe ofMrsrHoare; who died lately in Lincoln's-Inn Fields, was carried outof Town, in a very grant) manner, in order to be in^err'd in Sturtdn-Caflle in WiltmTre. Yefterday the Knife with wTiich Mr. Leiger, Commodore Anion's .Cook^ was mi^rder'd, at'a Houfe in Littje Newpo'rt-ftreet', was found, very bldody, in a Horfe-Pond, under the Window of .the Room where the Murder was committed ; which Knife was immediately fent 10 Colonel De" Veili by whom the1 two Perfons concerned were exa-min'd, and fent to Newgate. x ' OnTfiurfday^ Night lau* fome Fellows took an Oppor-tunity;: wh'ilft a Watchman was afleep oh his Stand, in Switnin's-Lane near Lombard ftreer, to robjiim of one of his Shoes and his Staff, and got off undifcover'd. We hear, at the Requeft of feyeral of the Nobility the- whole Company of^Hun^ans, celebrated for feveral Exercifes never feennere, will perform two Nights, and no-mqre;~ at the Theatre^Royal -in Lincolns-Inn-Fidds ? they berng objig^ to feparate^.    � _ High Water-tnisiiay at t�onaon-iina^e *t 59 Minutes after 3. . A ,.... .-Bank i^ock 146 a: I half. India Ditto 186. South $ea\StoNcjk; 111 3 4ths a iz. ' Ditto Old Annuities 113 f$tlj^i^th! DjnbVNew,Yi3 7JJ'tha a 14. Three per C^^; Annuities ' 101 f^tKs'aj^ths. Ditto 1742 101 3*4tris a 5 8ths". Ditto 1743 99V 14th. Million-Bank 117.. Equivalent 111.  Royal Affurance 8 2".v London Affarance ii i half. Englifh topper ditto 4 1. 10 s. .Welch''ditto no Price. African no Price. Seven per Cent. EmpeFor's Loan 114. Five per Cent- ditto 76 r 4th a 76. ' Bank Circulation 4 I.' 17 s. &d. Prem. Indi a Bonds 4 lnr sr a 12 s. pr. Three and a half Sit Tallies 2"fPrem. Three and a half per Cent 'Exehequer Orders 5 Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 2 1 half Difc. ' Lottery Tickets 2 2 8. Pr. ' 1 '    R   U   R  Y-L  A  N By/ particular  D;E S IR:;fg^ By Hh Majefty's Company vf Comedian'^ T the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane,- thh Day, will be presented a Play, call'd The   REHEARS A L. The Part of BAYESto be petfottn'd by .Mr, GARWdK j   . (Being the laft Time of his performing it this Seafon.) Mr. Smith, Mr. Berry; Mr. Johnfpn, Mr. Mills $ The relief the Characters to be peiform'd by Mr.Macklin, Mt Havard, Mr. Yates, Mr. Blakes, Mr. Arthur, Mr. Turbutt, Mr. Neale, Mr. Morgan, Mr.Wiuftone, Mr. Green,. Mr..Wright, Mr. Woodburn, Mr. Gray, Mr. Leigh, Mrs. Ridout, Mn. Crofj, Mi�s Minors, MifsWritht. The Vocal Parts by. Mr. Raftor, Mr. Ray, and others. Alio an Additional Reinforcement of Mr. Bayet's new^rais'd Troops* With Entertainments between the Afts, viz. Ad I.  A Com|c Dance, call'd La Fluraoa,. by Stgwr CHECO TORINHSE Sigmra CHIARETTA AQUILANTI, and Others. Aft III. The Station Peafamt, by Signer CHECO,  Signora CHIaRETTA. and Others. To which will be added a-Farce, call'd The   LYING   V A L E The P*rt of the Lying Valet by Mr. Yates ; Gaylels, Mr. Blakes \     Melifla, Mn. Ridout j And the Part of Kitty Pry by Mrs. Pritchard. Boxes "5 s.        Pit 3 s.        Gallery .2 s. 1 *%* The Tickets deliver'd out by Mn. RIDOUT fur the Fair Penitent will be taken. To begin exa^y at Six o'clock. On Monday wijl be prefcnted OROONOKO, ^wifh The Lying Valet.   For. the Bcne^t.of Mr. Crift Prompter, Mr. Demdinbray Me^ chanifi, and Monf, Dtjji. 8^-  \}W T. C O V E N T-G A R D � N.    , For.the Benefit of Mr.MARTEN and, ;; Mr. CARR, AT the Theatre-Royal in Co vent-Garden, Monday next, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd The  OLD   B AT C H E L O R. The Part of Heartwell, by Mr. QUOf 5. Belmour, Mr. Ryan j Be^&",_ Mrs.Horton; Fondiewifc, Mr. Hip-pifley j Sir foYepb 'Vflttolj by 'My. Woodward y Bluff, vMr. Marten % Sharper, Mr. Hale; Vainlove, Mr. Cirr; Setter, Mr. Chapman j Bamaby, Mr.Bencraft. Aramintaby Mrs. Hale} Si}T�, MiVVm-cent; Lucy, Mrs.Munart; Betty, MlfsHillyard ; And the Part of Lititia by Mn, C1BBBR. With Entertainments 6f Dancing, parricolarrjr The Dutch Skipper by         ' Monf. DEL A MAIN and'Madem. ANNE AUREJTr. Let BtjUfbns da Courby Mr.Delaniaine and MsJ^em- Aoguflfe; And a ^rand Ballet,- call'd LeRendexwUt '02&#r, by " ' Mr. CQO.KK and  MonHPI.C^, Lea Defmoife]les ANN^ and J ANN ETON AURliTTL vr,n� lvr^r ^Tr.rTrPRJ �j        ---- ' To which will be added, i 'the King and the Miller of Mansfield.   ^ The rting,' by Mr. Gibfon j the Miller, Mr, Marten 5 Joe, Mr. Stoppdacr}' D,tki Mr. Hal^; Peggy, Mrs. Hale. ; Boxes 5 s.   Pit 3 s.     FJrft Gallery a s.    Upper Gallery 1 s.  To begin exactly at Six o'clock. -\/{ R. HOGARfH intends to publifh bv-Q lWM. Subfcription, SIX PRINTS from Copper-Plates, engrav'd   _^ by the beft Matters in Paris, after his own Pahitmgs (the Heads for the better Prefervaticn of the' Characltrs and Expreffiojis to be done by the- Antftor;) 'reprefeflting 3 Variety of Modern Occurrence* in H'gb-Lifi, SndcalledMARRTAGE A-LA-MODE.' Particular Care is taken, that the whole Work fhall not be liable to Eiception. on Account :of any Indecency or Inelegincy, and that none of the Character! represented ffiall be perfonal'. The Suhferipribn will be One Guinea, Half, to l>epaidon Subfcri-bing, and the other half on the-DeliTtry of the Prints, .which will be with �U pofiible Speed, the Author being determin'd to engage irk no otlier Work riUthis is compleated. The Price will be One Guinea and an Half, after the Subfcription is over, and no Copies will be made of. them. '  SiibfcripfiOns are taken in at Mr, Hogarth's, the Golden-Head in Leicefter Fieldij where may be had, all his engrav'd Works. I jidvertifementi of a moderate Length are taken in for ibis Pap-* it Two Shillings each. 0:        0   

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