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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 5, 1743, London, Middlesex The London Numb. 1694.' T H URSD AY, Ma y 5,' 174$ � Deal,. May i,. EAMB down ami failed the Ann^ ) wad Elizabeth, Jonken, for the .Straits. Arrived and failed for. the River,; the Terror Botnb, from Ponfmouth j Succefi, Graham, from Havre-de-grace, for Gottenburgh. Remain the Try-| ton, Whelden, for Hambargh; and the Lyon Tranfport. Wind N.E. 7. Grave/e/id, May 3. Pafs'd by' the WfllirigmindyTBoy-i jtiAl, from Dunkirk ; and Princefs of Wales, HardiDg; and Expedition, Pidgeon, from Rotterdam. The Imperial Anne, Harman ; and the Happy Jennet, .Maclifli, from Genoa, are arrived at Leghorn. . The Mermaid, Philips, from Gallipoly, at ditto. 1 L O N D ON. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Flanders. Letters from Leghorn of the zziof laft Month, N.S. -fay, that a French Ship was juft put in there from Cadiz, which had performed the Voyage'in 20 Days* and reported that when de left that Port,"there were^Four Spa-nifh Men. of War in Readinefs to-put to Sea, to go and '^neet fome Regifter Ships coming from America, and convoy them Home. Another Veffel that arrived at Leghorn from Toulon in 24 Hours, brought them Advice, lhat they have.difarmed the French and Spanifh Squadrons In that Port, notwithftanding which,' all the Talk among . the Spaniw Officers and Seamen were, about their going.to befiege Port-Mahon very Toon. According to Advices from Paris,: the Marquis de Lan, Secretary to the Infant Don Philip:jn Savoy, is made Mi--nifter and Secretary at War, which is one of the Polls held by the Jate&f. Campillo. An Exprefs is arrived from Marshal No'ailles With Advice, -that he had fent 14 Batal-lions and 15 Squadrons towards the-Neckar, in order to oppofe the Allies, who feemed to have a Defign to extend tteir Quarters towards that River. They affure us, that the Dauphin's Marriage with an Infanta of Spain, is to be celebrated at Fontainbjeaa in September next. The Duke a, to hold themfelves in Readinefs to march without Baggage. ExtraB of a Letter from Mantua, April 26, N.S. * The Prince de Lichtenftein is fet out for .the Army '.along with feveral Generals, and a few Piedmonteze � Officers. The Spaniards have got a pretty gdod Num--* ber of Recruits in Romagha, and iHs; reported here that � their Array has been joined by 12 Batallions, andTeven �* Squadrons from the Kingdom of Naples; but asfuch "Reports have already been frequently fpread, we mult � wait for a Confirmation thereof, tho' we don't-doubt that < a great deal of Pains are taken to make his Sicilian Ma-� jefty break the Neutrality. . * The Duke of Modena, is appointed Commander in * Chief of the Spanifh Army. Count Traun is a little * out of Order, and if he grows worfe, .the Command of * the Auftrian Troops is to devolve" to General Paliavicini. < His Excellency has difarmed the Inhabitants of the < Dutchy of Modena entirely, none being allowed even to < wear a Sword ; this has been occafioned by giving the * Command of the Spanifh Army to. the Duke of Mo-� dena, and likewife by the Behaviour of the People of * Graffignan, who refufed to pay the Contributions, and � even repulfed Uw Officers that went to levy them. A * large Detachment is fent to chafHze the mott mutinous of * them. . A v Five hundred Hnflars are expected at Goito next Sa- * turday.' Our Troops feize upon all the Provifions and * Forrage they can find in the Bologneze and Ferrareze ; V but as all the Forrage they can light on is far from being into the Downs pn.Turfday ISfight. \ ;Yefterday their Royal Highnefles the Prince and Prin-cefs ofWaies came to Carleton-houfe,-from Kew. Yefterday. two Carts laden with Silver, guarded by a Number of Seamen, were brought to the Bank, from on board the Strafford Man of War, arrived from Jamaica. On Tuefday laft 30,000 Chinees of Foreign Silver, and 6500 Ounces of Foreign Gold were enter'd at the Cuftom-ho'ufe for Holland. Yefterday an Account came, thatthe Lewis, CaptLewis, bound from Cork to St.Kitts, was taken by a Spanifh Privateer on the z8th ult. and carried into St. Sebaftians. The fame Day an Account came, that the Grand St. Michael, a Spanifh Privateer, belonging to St. Sebaftians, of 40 Guns, and.upwards of 300 Men, ran afhore, and is loft on the Rocks near St. Sebaftians. Yefterday the following Lift of Ships, taken lately by the,Spaniards, was received from Bourdeaux, viz. Two Ships from Cork, for America, with Provifions. One large Tobaccb|Ship. .One Ship fent into a French Port, with Fruit and Bale 'Goods. . - . One Ship laden with Oranges arid Lemons, and two Pipes of Oyl. ... " "* One rich.Prize (not yet come in) worth 50,000!. .and mounted with 18 Guns, taken after a ftout Engagement. One Veffel of 80 Tons, laden with 170 Pipes of Portu4 gal Wine. One. Vefol of 70 Tohs, laden with Wheat. And One Veffel of 60 Tons* laden With Coals. Thefe are, in general, the Ships mentioned a few Days ago. OhWednefday laft Week-the Annual Meeting of the Charitable Irifh Society: was held at the Golden Lyon Tavern at Temple-bar,;when Col. Cunningham was chofen, Governor for the^Year enfuihg j there was an elegant En-; tertainment provided by the Affiftants; and the Company prefent (beiBgp�rfeSly well fatisfied with the Difpofal'of fo laudable a Charity) promifed to ufe their utmoft Endea-? Vours for Encouraging the Society. We hear.frpm Bark, that the Collection made laft Wed-nefday fe'nnight, at the Door of the Abby-Church, for the Benefit of the General Hofpital, amounted to upwards 'of 2001. -� >� On Sunday laft died, at his Houfe in Broad-ftreet near Golden fquare, . � Payne, Efq; a Gentleman of plentiful Fortune in Wiltfhire. . A few Days fince diedat Newcaftle Mr. Ifaac Cookfon, one of the moft cpnfiderable Glafs Manufacturers in thofe . Parts. - ; /Yefterday Anne Beard, was committed by Col. DeVeil to Clerkenwell Bridewell, for privately ftealing.out of Mr. -Jofeph Walker's Shop, a Butcher in St. Giles's, a Loin of 'Pork, found upon her. At the New Wells, the Bottom of Lemon-ftreet Good-.mans.fields, this prefent Evening, will be performed the Ufual piverfions; to which will be added feveral new Ex-erCifes,: by a Company of Hungarians, Sclavonians, Pari-dours, and Croats, juft arrived from their. Travels. Ruckholt-Houfe, at Low-Lay ton in Effex, will be open'd on Monday next, the 9 th Inftant, with a grand Concert of Mtlfick; to begin at 9 o'Clock in the Morning, and continue till 2 ; and in the Afternoon at 4, and continue the ufual Time.-Tickets to be delivered at the Doorr and at Wenman's Punch-Houfe, for the Breakfafting only, at 1 s. 6 d. each. And for the Entertainment, each Per-fon on Admittance, after 2 o'Clock to pay 6 d. There are Conveniencies to entertain the largeft incorporated Company, as well as any other Company, who are fo kind as to ordei*their Entertainments there. Proper Cooks are provided every Day in the Week.-N.B. During Breakfaft-Time, no Perfon to fmoak in the Hall. ^At th* Brandy Warehotife under the Royal Exchange Punch-Houfe, are now on Sale, the beft Jamaica Rum at 7 s. 9 d. the beft Coniac Brandy at 8 s. and Batavia Arrack 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 Abatement.-And at the faid Warehoufes are now on Sale a confiderab'e Quantity of Brandy and Rum made into Shrub of Oranges of this Year's Importation, and then in thegreateft Perfection.- And as Perfons may be defirous of having Samples of the fame, the above Brandy and Rum (if fold in a lefs Quantity than a Gallop) is 1 s. per Pint, and Arrack is. 9 d. High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 17 Minutes after 7. A H AY-MA K K E T.- T the KING'sTHEATRE in the Hay- Matket, Saturday next, will be perfbrm'd a New OPERA, SI R B A C E. With Dances and other Decorations entirely New. Pit and Boxes to be put together, and no Perfons to be admitted without Tickets, which will be deliver'd that Day, at the Office in the Hay-Market, at Half a Guinea each. Gallery 5 s. By HI S M A J � STY's Command, . ' : No Perfonr whatever to be admitted behind the Scenes; The Gallery will be open at Four o'Clock,, Pit and Boxes at Five. D R U R Y-L A N E. By Command of their Royal HighnefTes the Prince and Princefs of WALES. ; For the Benefit of Signor CERVETTO. By His Majefty1s Company of Comedian^ y Mr. Delane; Semprpnias, Mr. Turbutt; : Juba, Mr. Mills; Syphax, Mr. Arthur; Portius, Mr.Hawd; \ Marcus, Mr. Blakes; Lucius, Mr.Winilone j Decius, Mr. Wood-! burn* Marda by Mrs;; Roberts'} Lucia, 'Mrs. Bennet. With F^tertainnjents between die Aflb,'viz. 5 �' A&II. A OomicDance,;call'dLaFlurana, by _ 4 Signer C H E C O T ORIN E S E A N D Signora CHIARETTA AQUILANTI, and Others. A& III. Bumper 'Squire Jones by Mr. Beard and Mr. Lowe. A& IV. A new Concerto on the Violoncello by Signor Cervettot To which will be added a Comic Opera of three A&s, call'd The DRAGON OF WANTLEY. ; The Part of Moore of Moore-Hall by Mr. SULLIVAN, Margery, Mrs. LAMPS, and Mauxalinda, Mi6 YOUNG, Gubbifls, Mr. Waltz ; the Dragon, Mr. Mefling. Boxes 5 s. Pit 3 s. Gallery a s. . Tickets delivered out by Mr. Arthur for The Recruiting Officer, will be taken this Day. % To-morrow (by Define) will be prefented The REHEARSAL. The Part of Bayes (by Defire) by Mrs. CLIVE. For the Benefit of Mr. RAFTOR. COVEN T-G A R D E N-?^----- For the Benefit-of Mr. WHITE, and Mr. VAUGHAN, and Mr. EVANS, Boxfoepers. AT the Theatre-Royal in Co vent-Garden, this Day, will be prefealed a Comedy, call'd LOVE-MAKES A MAN; OR, The Fop's Fortune. The Part of Don Lewis,, alias Don Cholerkk Snapfhorto de Tefty, by Mr. Hippilley j Carlos, Mr. Hale; Don Duart, Mr. Ryan J Antonio, Mn Stoppelaer 5 Charino, Mr. James 5 Governor, Mr. Rojco j Don Manuel, "Mr.Gibfon ; Sancho, Mr. Woodward ; Jaques, Mr. .'Anderfon Angelina, Mrs. Hale; Elvira, Mrs. Stevens j Louiia, Mrs. Horton ; and the Part orClodio, alias Don Difmallo Thjck-fcullo de Halfwitto by Mr. Chapman. To which wiH be added a Comedy of Two A�h, call'd The S C H O O X'-B O Y. The School-Boy by Mr. Woodward j Major Rakiih, Mr. Hippifley; Young Rakiffi, Mr. Hale. With Entertainments of Dancing, particularly LesBoufonsduCour by Mr. DEL AMAIN and Madem. AUGUST E, The Characters of DANCING by - Mademoifelle JANNETON AURETTI. The Dutch Skipper by Monf. DELAMAIN and Maaem. ANNE AURETTI. Boxes 5 s. Pit 3 s. Firft Gallery '2 s. Upper Gallery 1 s. %* To-morrow will be prefented The PILGRIM. For the Benefit of Mr. Page, Houfekeeper ; Mr. Duck and Mr. Banks. LINCOLN's-INN FIELDS^-By a Company of Hungarians, AT the Theatre-Royal in Lincoln's-Irin Fields, To-morrow, will be perform'*! Several new and furprifing Exercifes of Vaulting, Equili-bres, Rope and Ladder-Dancing, a'pd Tumbling. The famous SAMPSON .ROGATZI jumps over twenty Men; the celebrated O&SAR POLAMBIO performs a new Exercife founded on the Principles of the Mathematicks, much admir'd by all the. Curious; the Reft of the Company are all furprifing in their differeat Exercifes. . Boxes 58. Pit 3 s. Firft Gallery a s. ,___ - -ttaces-foi the Bui�s lo~"be talfeff at tlie Stage-Door". To begin at Six o'Clock. *%* The Company performs but two Nights all together. S A D L E R's-W ELL S______ AT SADLER'S-WELLS, adjoining to the Ncw-Rivtr Mead, this Day, will be perfbrm'd The USUAL DIVERSIONS. . With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting, by Monf. GUILIOME dng by the two Mils RAYNERS ; Poftures, and feveral new Equi-libres by Mr. Rayner. Singing and Dancing (both Serious and Comic) particularly a Grand Dance, call'd Tie Folly, by Monf. Fromont, and others; a Scotch Dance by Mailer Matthews and Mifs Wright; a new Comic Ballet (after the Manner of the Fau&ns) by Mafter Matthews, Mifs Wright, and others ; Alfoa Grand Entertainment of Singing and Dancing, call'd Baccbat and Ariadne, by Monf. Fromont, Mr. Davenport, Mr. Miles, Mn. Bullock, and others. With feveral new Songs by Mr. Hem&irk and Mits HILLIER. Concluding with an Entertainment, call'd L C A N'�-N-fr ~ O R, Harlequin a Captive in Spain: O R, The PRIVATEER BIT. Harlequin by Mr. Vaughan ; Colombine, Mrs. Phillips; Privateer, Mr. Hem/kirk ; Sancho, Mr. Scollongh; Vulcan, M�nf. Fromont; Mars, Mr. Davenport ; Venus, Madem. Sandoni; Cupid, Mafter Matthews; Graces, Mifs Wright, Mifs King, and Mrs. Aniky. _To begin every Evening at Five o'clock._ AT PHILLIPS's New Wells, near the-London-Spam, ClerkcniocH, during the Summer Seafon, will be perform'd Variety of Tumbling, Rope-Dancing, and Vaulting, by Monf. GERMAN, Mafter VAN GEWELL, Monf. LEBRUNE, Monf. DUGE, and Signora LINE. With extraordinary:.PfrfTnr>"-�kiimmdiu IiADDER LT^faiirGERlrfAN. tikewhe ?everal1new~ EQUILIBRES, by Monf.LATARE, lately arrived from Hungary, quite different from any hitherto exhibited. With feveral new Entertainments of Singing and Dancing, by Mr. Phillips, Monf. Lapierre, Mr. Blogg, 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 The RivalPeafants 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 perform'd it at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane in TASTE A-LA-MODE. call'd The H A R L O T's PROGRESS. The Character of Harlequin by Mr. PHILLIPS ; Beau Mordecar, Mr. Shawford ; Colonel Charter, Mr. Blogg ; Mother Midnight, Mr. Dove; Porter, Mr. Coventry ; BefsBrindle, Mr. Davis ; Ladies vof Pleafuie by Mrs. Dove, Mrs. Jackfon, and Mrs. Morris; And the Character of Mifs Kitty to be perform'd by Mrs. PHILLIPS, Concluding with a Grand Serions and Comic DANCE. __To begin every Evening at Five o'Clock._ Admiralty-Office, May 4, 1743^-QEVERAL of the Seamen belonging to bis Majeftys Ship the Plymouth, being come up to To-tvk from Plymouth, nvithout receiving the Wages ordered to be paid them, at that Place ; this is to give Notice, that Or' ders are given to pay them a Year's Wages at the Pay-Office in Broad-ftreet ; and it is their Lordjhifs DireBiont that the faid Seamen, nvben their Leave of Abfence is expired, do repair on board the Jerfey or Superbe, at Plymouth,, where they avi/l be paid the Remainder of their Wages, and,two Months Advance. But thofe vtbo fail to do foj 'will not only lofe their Wages, but Orders viill be given to apprehend and try them at a Court Martial as Deferters. Thomas Corbett. ALarge Number of SILVER TICKETS-for the Evening Entertainment atRANELAGH-GARDENS are to be Lett every Day, during the Seafon, at Foreft's Coffee-Eoufe, near Charing-Crofs. #*# Each Ticket admits two Perfons. Jdvertifements of a moderate Length are taken in for this Patrt tt Two Shillings each.
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