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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 2, 1743, London, Middlesex                                MO If    A; Yv May 2,   1743. |[^^uip; ^wfcN.E.    i '..y,Gravifimti Jfeit 30,;r'PafB'd I i fcy the Piwidtmia, DaM j ;and. (the Friend/hip, ,CoWper� from : rS^drway j the &i Peter, Whafb, * from Hambargh $ Buck, Crags, 3from Stockholm   Lady �Hza> beth, BitA'musand the Britiih i Ark, Hail, iron Amfierdanu -    . -L O N D O N:f; YeTterday arrived two MaHs. from Ffcriders. They write from Stockholm of thriothjpf April, N.S. that the "States of Sweden have granted a Pafdoo to the two Secretaries, Arckenhohz and Mat&ifius, who were fenten-ced to Irnprifonment for Life at Marftr*dd-for being concerned in the Affair of Baron GHIinftierria, who is con-lined in the fame Place: Several Perfons are making Inter-ceffion for the Baron, bat it is very much qaeftioned whether they will faceted ; becaufe as he was condemned by the Dyer, and for very weighty Reafons, there rhuft be at 4eaft as ftroag Reaftms to clear htm.   His Crime was this, -that being firft Secretary of the Chancery, he kept, contrary to bis Oath,a Private Correfpoadence with the Ruffian Tvimfferat Stockholm, and let him into the Secret of all the Negotiations carrying on between Sweden and other Letters from DreWen fay, that as fooh as Count Defal-1eurs, the French Miniiter there, heard that Marfhal Brog-lio had fncceeded in his Defign of railing the Blockade of Egra, his Excellency fufpenjed the Sale of the Prpvifions which he had laid up in the Magazines of JLoqigitein, Pirna and Schandau; in order to keep them for the French Troops m Caicthey Jhould re-enter Bohemia this Campaign. -We bea^ from Fiancfert, that a Letter is pubh'lhed there, which is writ by the Evangelick Body to the Emperor, with a View to prevail upon his Imperial Majefty to iflue. proper Orders for fetting about a Redrefs of the religions Grievances which ^the Proteftants of/the Empire labour under from the Roman Catholicks.: A^ great Number of aothefitick Pieces amiVouchers areannexed" to that Letter, in order to, give more Weight to it. . According to Advices from Venice, the Difference that fubfifted Between the Crown of Great-Britain and thatRe-publick, is at laft adjufted in an amicable Manner: Both Partieshaveexplained themfelves in fuch Terms, as to remove all Difficulties concerning the Difpleafure whkh his Britannick Majefty might have conceived about certain Marks ofDiftintlion with which the C^W�rrs~eldeft Son was received at Venice a fow Years ago ; fo that they don't doubt but that the two Powers will foon fend Minif-ters to one another. , As itjhas been ramour'a, that the Dread of an Inva-fion in Lprrain, was the Reafon of King Staniflaos-'s taking. a'TirptoTrianos, the/ have thought proper '16 Write from Lanes/ilk, that they ltno#J tw WOT'lvfotfrcio fhsa Jotfneyi>ut that 'Princess Defire to fee the Queen hi* Daughter, and alfe the Dauphin before his Marriage; an! that was there die leaftrReafon to fear an lh-va^n" in JLorrain, that Confederation alone would induce htfr not to ftfrtwt of it. We hear from Paris, that Marfhal Maillebois is arrived at Spiresi where he has eftablifhed;theHeadQjiarters.of Kb Aicoy* arid that he hasreceived Orders toattack rhe Au- :. ftr-KOls and'theirjAllies as fwaas'a-.&ir (Opportunity offers. Saturday 'io^bJrmg^:PollfBb6k5f for die Borough of So thwark, the Numbers flood thus, , For Alexander Hume, Efq;  748 William Hammond, Eft; 784 , On Saturday Mr. Francis Nichoirpn, Mr...&ogst Bald-wm, -and Mr. MichaeiSmith,^ Batchelors of Arts, were admittedi by the Right Rev. theLordBifbopof Ely to Fel-low&ips of St. Peter's College, Cambridge, in the room of the Rev; Mr. Edmund Keene, Mr. Mark Ogle, and Mr. George Birket, late Fellows of the fame. : On Saturday laft Mr. John Diggles, an eminent Ware-houfeman and Merchant inColeman-ftreet, was married to Mrs.Hunt of Lothbury; ari agreeable Lady, with a Fortune of 6060I.   ' Early Yefterday.Morning;died, at his Houfs in Norfblk-ftreet, William Shippen, Efq; Member in this prefent Parliament for Newton in! Lancashire, whoalfo reprefented the feid Borough in the fixth and eighth Parliaments'of Great Britain. LafrWeek died in Spitdefields^ upwards of 83 Years of Age, the learned -Mr. Robert Ainfworth, Author 'of the ceW>rated; Latin JDiftionary fo generally ufed in our moil flouriihing Seminaries. On Tuefday laft died in an advanced Age, at his Houfe in North-Newton in Somejfeimire, Andrew Moore, Efq; fome Years ago High Sheriff of Ae County: He had a plentiful Fortune, and by his Death a handfome Eflate falls to his Son, Mr. William Moore, an Attorney of good Reputation atBridgwater in the feme County. On Saturday laft a Man who was walking through Cloth-Fair, ^etynnfldy, was of a fudden taken ill, dropt down, and-dted inftantly. He was not known by any Body in the Neighbourhood; nor by.thofe who havefince feen him. Aj the Brandy WarehpuTe under the Royal-Exchaqge Jpuncn-Houfe, are now on Sale, the beft Jamaica Rum at 7 s. 9 d. the beft Coniac Brandy at 8 s. and Batavia Ar-racl? at 14 s. per Gallon; but if the Arrack is taken from the india Houfe, or the Brandy'or Rum off the Keys, when landed, there will be an Abatementf.r^-And at the.faid . Warehoufes are now on Saje a .confiderable Quantity of Brandy and Rum made into .Shrub.of Oranges of this Year1!'Importation/ and ".then'''inthe greateft Peife�Uon.- And as Perfons mdy be defirous of having Samples, of the fameT'the'above Brandy and Rum (if fold in a lefs Quantity than a Gallon) is 1 s. per Pint, and Arrack 1 s.%9d. , The $reat 'Choice c    R   U   R   Y-L   A   N   E. For the Benefit of Mr. CROSS, Prompter; Mr. DEMAINBRAY, Mecbanift; and Monf. DESSE. By His Majefty's Company of Comedians, .T,A T the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, XjL this Day, will be prefenteda Play, call'd O    R    O    O    N    OK    O   MiftLee, and ethers, will be taken. To begin exactly at Six o'Clock. To-morrow (by DeCre/King LEAR* ~ C O V"E~N T-G A R D E N. For the Benefit of Mr. MARTEN and Mr. CARR, �   ,  \ T the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden1^ this Day,"will be prefented a Comedy, call'd The  OLD   BATCH ELOR. x The Part of Heartwell, by Mr. QUIN ; , . Belnwur, Mr. Ryan j Belinda, Mn.Horton; Fondle wife, Mr. Hip-piflcyj Sir Jofeph Wittol, by Mr. Woodward } Bluff. Mr. Marten j Sharper, Mr. Hale; Vainlovt, Mr. Carr; Setter, Mr. Chapman ; Barnaby, Mr.Bencraft. Araminuby Mrs.Hale; Silvia, Mrs.Vincent; Lucy, Mrs. Mullart; Betty, Mi6 Hillyard 5 And the Part of Laetitia by Mrs. CIBBER. With Entertainments of Dancing, particularly The Dutsh Skipper by Monf. DELAMA1N and Madem. ANNE AURETTI. Let Boufoas du Cour by Mr.Delamaine and Madem. Augufte. And a Grand Ballet, call'd Lc Rendexviut Gallant, by Mr. COOKE M Monf. P I C Q, Les Definoifelles ANNE and JANNETON AURETTI. Young Mafter GILLIER, and others. To which will bs added, - 'the King and the Miller of Mansfield. The King, by Mr. Gibfon; the Miller, Mr. Marten j Joe, Mft Stoppelaer \ Dick, Mr. Hale j Peggy, Mrs. Hale. Boxes s's.   Pit 3 s.     Firft Gallery as.    Upper Callery Is. To begin exactly at Six o'Cloek- 8 ADLE R's-W E LL5^ AT SADLER'S-WELLS, adjoining t� the New-River Head, this Day, will be performed The USUAL.DIVERSIONS. With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting, by Monf. GUILI0ME and S^glfor FRANCISCiNI, lately arriv'd from Paris} Rope-Dancing by the two Mifs-RAYNERS ; Poftnres, and feveral new Equi-libres by Mr. Rayner. Singing and Dancing (both Serious and Comic) particularly a Grand Entertainment of Singing and Dancing, call'd 7b* Ametkant triumph over the Savages, by Monf.Fromont, Mr. Davenport, Mr.Miles, Mrs.Bullock, and others; a Grand Dance, call'd lit Fofly, by Monf. Fromont, and others; a Scotch Dance by Mafter Matthews and Mifs Wright 5 a new Comic Ballet (after the Man-aer of the Faufans) by Mafter Matthews, Mifs Wright, and others. With feveral new Songs by Mr. Hem/kirk and Mifs HILLIER. Concluding with an Entertainment, call'd VULCAN'S    NETTS; 6 R, Harlequin a Captive in Spain: O R, The PRI VA TEER BIT. Harlequin by Mr. Vaughan ; Celombihe, Mrs. Phillips; Privateer, Mr. Hem/kirk ; Sancho, Mr. Scollough; Vukan, Menf. Fromont ; Mars, Mr. Davenport; Venus, Madem. Sandoni} Cupid, Mafter Matthews; Graces, Mifs Wright, Mifs King, and Mrs. Anfley. __To begin every Evening at Fife o'Cloek._ G O O D M A N's-F IEL.DS. AT the NEW WELLS the bottom of Leincn-Jirut, Goodman" t-Fieldf, this Day, will be perforra'd SEVERAL NEW EXERCISES A French Peafant by Mafter John and Mils Granier. La Mafon Sa-botier by Mr. Carney, Mafter Granier, Mr. Granier, Mr. Chettle, Mr. Davey, Madem. Perault, Mad�m. Mauri, and Mils Short. Le Cavalier and Courtezan, and his Man La Rwfe, by the two Mailers and Mifs Granier. To which will be. added, Several New Pieces in Grotefqae Characters, call'd HARLE QJJ I N DABANNO; Or, The Inchanted Caftle. Comfo. ot'd by Signer Bonhatio Avogadro, latdy arrvv"d Jrt MUilWjdlK by"MrTHayes; Colombine, Mrs.Woughj Pantaloon, Mr. Chettle } Scapin, 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 Grotefyue Figures, By Mr. Granier and Madem. Maviere, and the two Matters and Mifa Granier, and Mifs Short. To begin every Night at Five o'Cloek. % Every One will be admitted for a Pint of Wine a-fiett at ufual. The BOWLING - GREEN adjoining to the WELLS is now Open'd, being in gaod Order._^^^^^^^ AT PHILLIPS's New Wells, near the- Lendon-Spam, ClerlentoeU, during the Summer Seafon, will be perform'd Variety of Tumbling, Rope-Dancing, and Vaulting, by Monf. GERMAN, Mafter VAN GEWELL, Monf. LEBRUNE, Mfllir. DUOEj anJ'Oi^ma.UMIj. tmJ�snku "With ixu
                            

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