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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 3, 1743, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 2691. �)eah May*. MAIN in the Downs-T-ry ton, Wheldbh, for Hamburgh.' Wind 'tpratttfe^May 1. Pafs'd by i@ithW.he, tfelber.fronvNorwayj nd the Salvidore, Donaldfon, The Triumphant, Lombard, inm Dunkirk, is arrived atCape Jrancois- ..  .    . .   . >, �   ;; ; The Neptone,DamOTt, from Cape Francois, at Dunkirk. The Dutcht6� Tobm, ftoai Liibaa, at Cork; r.      ;      . .Lr:0;:;N;;D;> ON.   ,    ... ... They write from' Florence,' that the Troops- ofj the Dutchjfof Tufca^jrhofdthegffilmm^ on the iirfl Notice ; that "their Deftiriation is as,.yet .a Myftery totbe PubJick, and perhaps is not yet decided by the Regency; as that mull depend on the Deftmation of the-Train ofAr^Uery got ready-at Orfeiiello. - Letters from Wamwadvife, that Colonel Carminflci has "been promoted by the IKijg '^tlte;RaniT'oi;;{ljfa]oyG'ene-raJ; rthatthe Palatine or Kiow, Great General oftae Crown Army, hasjfot Orders to ail the Rcgimentaries of 'Great Poland andjBtUloain, as alfo to M. Bukowflty, Major General of the [ Hbrfe, to compleat their refpe� Cant.'Hpra.rGom- of the Admiralty. T^e^PackeuBoa^-witV.thfr Mall -for Liflwih faffed from FalmonthmtM^JIilpatt.'/r     -'-     ' ;* "*'TheFiylng*Mer�rjr;:"Paol";' Ann^'imot^a^erine,..Simon ; andiHEope^;:Dancer^:xiEhly.kdeairx�ni.Hambttr^h, arrariiveditfthe-River.-ri       1.: Yen^rdaj'thrf^ of theHigManders mider the Command oT'a^cw^n}a^ Nine Daewrsfrbrh^ dofted to ihr-Savoy^ ;    V  !i'5.! *        *   --VefterdaV three Cbmpahies-of4 the faid Regiment- came Vaox-hall, ppjri'4 to a ve^jinoier.ba� Audience �~ .r.vaaiWC-.O MW: S. a Grocer^f ^veTy^tenfiyeSatt^epi ^erflajkable for his Integrity in Trade, tSlnoeri^in. friend^JJTi, :Humamty to Mankjnd:, Jfte wask generpus;!j^f|56ut Ofteritatibn,; affiible without   H^F>^�s�. �verre^nc]Hngj pp^ fitI,-.JbcuL and.'fetBDeii and /o cbnfpicoous.wathe id thofe' amiable   Jtiberties of thTs dityf and �jd|aTOuringvtg. prefs U15 ^enJvtbereoTt; Alexajndsr 3road. foot, one of the Bremen Crew, having a Blunderbuft is hir and another wounded.', Broadfeot-was afterwards fecor'd, and put in Irons on bbard the Tender; which isfmeegQne. On Wednesday the Coroner's Inqueft fat on the Body of the Deceafed, and brought in their Veidift Wilful Murder.--Weareipld the proner Officer; difpatched by the, Magi--Urates'could notarnve:iTiine*cnt)ugh to take -the ^Body of the Prifoner: But^asHhe Fa ling33 Gpineas,; the Property of John Plant, a,G.lazier.~jphn Woois, and Sarah Dodd are order'd for Execution on Friday fe'naight; the others are reprieved. 'S  C  O  T  L  A 'N... D,    ''       ; Edinburgbi April 26.; The: Weather of late has bec extrentelyWeafonable ; we havchad great FaHs of Snow, heavy-Rains, and then Frofts by Tnrnsi which has ccca-fioned great Colds, by which many have, been and Hill are afflJacom;  Laft'P^ay. Mr. Andrew i.Mac Dowal, "Advocate, was married to Mrs. Helen Grant, Daughter to the late Lord Cuien, a Lady of great Virtue, and good' Senfe. . }  * Lalt Weekdied the Rev, Mr. Andrew Robenfon, Miiii-fler of the Gofpel at Gladfmure j a truly pious and worthy Clergyman, and an excellent Preachir5! I  R  E  L  AND. Dublin, April 23, Lall Vv eek arrived, here from. London a curious Monument of the late Right Hon. Marmaduke Coghill, Chancellor cf the Exchequer and Judge of the Prerogative Court, finiihed by the famous Mr; Shemaker, who gainedfo much Applaufe for Shakefpear's Monument in Weftmhmer Abbey, and is allowed by the beft Judges to be the moft exquifite Piece 'of Workmahfliip of that kind that has been executed in thefe Kingdoms. We hear it.is to be e/ecied in the ntviChurch at Drumcondr'a, built at the fole Expence of Mrs. Coghil',. Sifter, to the de-ceafed.        :     _ ' - . Laft Week Mi^f.^. P^rrelly, andJamesLeary, both under Sentence "of- Bfith, fonnd Means; 19 efcape out "of the County Goal of fftlkenny, and have; got cleir off.' * Tuefday died at' her Hbufe iri; Gra|B^-ftreet, Mrs. Downing, a Widow Gentlewoman i|great Charity, which makes her Death much lamentedi^^ On Thurfday laft Stephen Trotter, Efq; Son of Thomas Trotter, Efqi was married to Mifs Carter, Daughter of the Right Hon. Thomas Carrefj Efq; Mafter of the Rolls, a molt agreeable youngiLady, of rine^Accompliftiments, and a large Fortune. h Dublin, April 26V ;We hear from KiJlyb'eggs, thaum the offi iniflant, Mr. Richard Chaplin killed in that Bay the largell Whale that has been feen on the Coaft, it was upwards, of 60 Feet long, the- Tongue alone filled e^ht tfbgflie^bV,- ar�HtJ^ formerly^ftfcefi,on Ats.jWaJl.      j .  . y^. "^J^^s'Trpm^ of the Death^W "Baron 6 Kelly, Poet Laureat to hMjjJBB Imperial Ma jelly. -This.ingenious Gentleman "who dmfcd in Latin Poetry, died in an advanced Age, lamented by all u ho are Admirers of the Mofes, bis Poetical Performances being greatly applauded by the moftcompetenf?Judges. We hear�t)|jtorevor White, Efq; (Son of John White, Efq; an Officer!!^ the Auftrian Army, died lately in Bo-henita,""   f ?     '       ^.', ' .   , ;.;...... Gebrge Ribton, Efqj is ele�ied an Alderman of this City, in the room of Jofeph Nuttal; Efq; who hath re-figned.;-    - - ; � ::   : Our Correfpondents in England being defirous to know whatJiealth we - enjoy..rh Ireland j we can affure them, this Nation' was never. more healthy than at prefent, there being no epidemical Diftempers of any Kind amongft us: -'-'-"'^'      \. '     ~ Mr. Jack Hatfiota, Attorney.in GbldenrLane, is appointed Deputy Keeper of the Records in- Birmingham Tower in his Majefty's Caftle of Dublin, by William Tighe, Efq; the Patentee thereof. -toH^h Water this Day at London-Bridge at 36 Minutes ^s::.^ '   " ;_� Bank Stock 146 14th.   India Ditto 186.  South Sea Stock- Yft- a'ri 4th a 1 8th.  Ditto Old Annuities 113 1 8th a 1 4th. Ditto New 114.  Three per Cent. Annuities ipi 3 4thsa 78U1S.   Ditto; 1742, 101 3 4ths a 7 8ths. Diuo 1743".;92 1 4th a 3 8ths.   Million Bank 117.  E-quivalentun   Royal Aifurance. 82.  London Affurance : in^affi- -Englifb Copper ditto ffijpp.   Welchdinb , no Price:" African[hbPrice.  Se^'^Ceht. Emperbr> i Loan- M4r~Fwe per^ Cent, ditto 76-^-4T-;-Bankeir- \ culation - y 1. Prctm   rlndia Bonds- 41. i 1 s. a 12 s., fj. j Three and a: half Salt Tallies 2 Pr.   Three and a half per. Cent. Exchequer Orders 5-Prem.  Three per Cent. I dkto 2 1 half Difc.  Lottery Tickets 22s; 6d. a 23 s., 6d. Pr.._ caU'd H A. Y-M A. R K � T. - T thfe KING'S THEATRE In the Hay- Aiarker,:Saturday aezt, will be Jioform'd a New OPERA, S    I    R    B    A    C    E With' DaNCBs and other piZQOXat}0^& entirely New. 1001, one 01 uk oitiucu vivn, ------------------ Pjt and Boxes to be put *Mjyier, and no^jPerfonsto be_^admi;|ejL HaM^^oaded with Gwso^flrw; ,piefuitedr"irTrp,thr Qangr-wJM^fl^^k^^n^iifl"be ^eltver'a datliay', � thrOmcr- in telling^hera that if they dar'd, to touch him,, he would     the Hay-Marhet, at Half a Guinea hch. palkrjr 51:> endeavouVd to take him j on which he foot among tnem,      ^^ ^o^t Four 6�CIock, Pit and Boxn ac Five. wheiel^jCoraeJius^lahanj one of thcGang^ waskiird,, To beginat Six o'clock. D   R   U  R   YgL  A   N By Command of their TOyal HighnelTes the Princcffes Amelia, C Mr. Beatd.J AS III. A Comic Dance, cali'd La FJurani, by Signor C HTE CO  TORINbSE and Signora CHIARETTA AQTJILANTI, *. and Others. Att IV. Singing by Mr. Lowe. Boxes 5 s. Pit 3 s. Gallery 2-�. To-morrow will beprefented The CARELESS HUSBAND. ,     For the Benefit of Mrs. WALTER zni Mifs bennet.  f Mr. Anderfon, Mrs.BJand, MifsFer-gufon, and others. _     ^_ S A D L E R's-W E L L S.- T.SADLER's-WELLS, adjoining to L the New-River Head, this Day, will be perform'd 'rhe USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting, by Monf. GUILIOME and Signor FRANCISCINI, lately arnVd from Pari*} Rope-Dancing by the two Mils RAYNERS ; Poftures, and fcveral near Eqm-libres by Mf. Rayner. Singing and Dancing (both Serious and ComicJ particalarlya Grand Entcnaiameat of Singing and Dancing, cali'd Bacchus and Anadnt by Monf. Fromont, Mr. 'Davenport, Mt. Mtlea, Mrs. Bullock, and othen; a Grand Daace,;ciird eCbt Folly, by Monf. Fromont, and others; a Scotch Dance by Mafter Matthews and Mifs Wright; a new Comic Ballet (after the Manner of the Faufans) by Mafter Matthews, Mifs Wright, and others. ^ With feveral new Songs by Mr. Heinftirk and Mifs HILLIER. Concluding with an Entertainment, cali'd V U L C A N's    N E T T S j OR, Harlequin a Captive in Spain : 0 R, the PRIVATEER BIT. Harlequin by Mr. Vaughan j Celombme,. Mrs. Phillips} PrWateer, Mi.Hemfkirk; Sancho, Mr; Scollough j Vulcan, M�nf.Fromont j Mars, Mr. Davenport; Venus, Madem. Sandoni; Cupid, Mafter Matthews; Graces, Mifs Wright, Mifs King^and Mrs. Anfley. Tc-jK8
                            

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