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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 7, 1743, London, Middlesex The %r$don Pp||, ^d^et^ Advertifef. S A T UVR DAY, Mi Y ?, 1743- Numb^ 4666. Deal, Mayj. t AME down and failed the > ) Jobnfon, for Maryland. Remain I his MajeftyYShip the Augufta, 'with the Ship for Hamburgh, �nd the Lyon Tranfport. Wind N.E. *' Graveftnd, May 5. Pafs'd by the Sarah, Fandick, from Dant, ztck ; and Loyal Jean, Meyles ; and Liberty, Halmight,' from Dunkirk. The Martha, Cliffe, from New-England, is arrived at Leverpool. v The Marlboroogh, Codd, from St. Kitts, at Ilfordcomb- L ON DON. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. They write from Peterfburgh, of the 20th paft N.S. that as they are doubtful of the Succefs of the Congrefs at Abo, they are making Preparations for opening the Campaign forthwith, and the Troops deftined for a Def-cent upon Sweden, began to embark on board the Gallies the 6th of April, N.S. They add, that Count Oginfky, Minifter from the King and Republick of Poland, has not yet been admitted to an Audience of the Emprefs; nor has h?r Imperial Majefty for fome time pall, granted any Audience to the French Minifter. Count Lacy, Major-Ge-reral, and Son. of the Veldt Marfhal of that Name, died ^t Peteriburg, a few Days ago, aged 26 Years : He is very much lamented on Account of his great Talents for War. ' Letter from Stockholm, Jpril 28, N.S. f * Baron Schaeffer.who was fent to Abo in the Beginning * of this Month, with new Inftruclions for our Plenipo-' tentiaries at Abo, came back a few Days fince, but his * Difpatches are not fo fatisfaclory as thofe brought the Week ' before by Mr. HermanfOn,rSecretary to Baron-Noliken. � Mr. Schaeffer reports, that the Ruffian Plenipotentiaries, 4 had declared, that, independantly of the Affair of the * Succeffion, the Emprefs would leave in the Hands of � Sweden the Eaftem Bothnia, the Jfland of Aland, and -� Helfingfors with a fmall Extent of Territory round about it; but that the Swedifh Plenipotentiaries having re-� jefted thefe Propofitions, and threatened to break off the * Conferences, the Ruffians defired them to wait the Re-r-rSL-tum of a Courier, that they were going to fend to Pe-?5C; tcrfburg for a final Anfwer from their Court: Upon which ;'"*� it was refolved; that the Sieur Gramah, a Swedifh Sea �* Officer, who was alfo lately fent to Abo, fhould ftay * there until the Return of the faid Courier. � But leaft the Emprefs of Ruffia fhoald perfift in the c Propofitions (he has made, a Frigate has been provifio- * nally fent from hence, in orderto bring back our Pleni-� potentiaries if the Congrefs breaks up without Effect, . * and we are preparing" in the mean time, to pufh on the � War with all poflible Vigour. The King himfelf will � * head the Army that is to a& againft the Ruffians, and '. General Rofe, a Senator, is to command under him. A * Refolntion is taken to encreafe our Troops in the Ifland , * of Aland, to about 4000 Men. The Affair of the Suc- ' ceffion muft, it feeras, lie dormant, until the Return of * M. Graman. Baron Degenfeld, Minifter from Hefle- � * Caffel, arrived here the 22dlnftant, charged, as 'tis faid, < with an important Commiffion. ' Count Teffin, Senator and Vice Prefident of the � Chancery, got Colonel Wrede to prefent a Memorial for * him to the Order of the Nobleffe the 25 th Inftant, in ' which he begs the States to give him Leave to retire from * publick Affairs, his Defign being to end his Days as a * private Gentleman in fome Province of the Kingdom. * This Nobleman prefented a few Days before a Memo- * rial to the fame"Purpofe'to the Secret Committee, where-� in he ftrongly recommended the Duke of Deux Ponts for f Longford, aged i.i 7, died the i.gthlnft.his v third Wife is ftill alive^ who is 98 Years old; he was Father of Mr. Simpfon late of Ch'urch-ftreet,.Merchant, who died in the 83d Year of his. Age. in the Year 1740. High Water this Day at .Lonaon-iiriage at 15 Minutes after 9._ _ _ Bank Stock 146 a 1 4th. India Ditto 186 1 half. South Sea Stock 112 1 half. Ditto Old Annuities 113 3 8thsai 4th. Ditto New 114 a 1 8th a 114. Three per Cent. Annuities 101 3 4ths. Ditto 1742, 101 3 4ths. Di:to 1743 99 3 8tbs. Mil ion Bank 117. Equivalent 111. Royal Aflurance 82. LoidonAfluranee 11 1 half. Englifh Copper ditto 41. 1 o s. Welch ditto no Price. African no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 114 1 4th. Five per Cent, ditto 76 3 8ths. Bank Circulation e 1. Prem. India Bonds 4 1. 13 s. Pr. three and a half Salt Tallies 2 Pr. Three per Cent Exchequer Orders C Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 2 1 4th Difc. Lottery Tickets 26 s. Prem. A call'd HAY-MARKET.� T the KING s THEATRE in the Hay- Market, this Djjt, will be perform'd a New OPERA, S I R B A C E. With Dances and other Decorations entirely Menu. Pit and Boxes to be put together, and no Perfons to be admitted without Tickets, which will be deliver'd this, Day, at the Office in the Hay -Market, at Half a Guinea each. Gallery 5 s. By HIS M A J E S T Y's Command, No Perfons 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 His Majefty's Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, this Day, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd The A L C H E M. I S T. The Part of Abel Drugger to be perform'd by Mr. GARRICK, (Being the laft Time of his performing it this Seafon.) Subtle, Mr. Mills; Sir Epicure Mammon, Mr. Turbu:t; Ananias, Mr. Morgan ; Tribulation, Mr. Tafwell; Surly, Mr. Havard ; Dapper, Mr. Leigh ; Lo'vewit, by Mr. Arthur; Kaftril, Mr. Neale 5 Dame Pliant, Mifs Bennet; Doll Common, Mrs. Macklin ; Face by Mr. MACKLIN. With Entertainments between the A�b, viz� , Act L Singing by Mr. Lowe. A& II. A C�mic Dance, call'd. Lea Maifoneurs de la Styrie, by Signor CHECO, Signora CHIARETTA, and Others. Aft IV. Singing by Mr. Beard. Aft V. A Comic Dance, call'd La Flurana, by Signor CHECO TORINESE Signora CHIARETTA AQUILANTI, and Others. To which will be added a Ballad-Opera, call'd The DEVIL TO PAY. ^ The Part of Sir John Loverale, by Mr. Lowe, (in which Cia-ra�ter will be introdue'd The Early Horn j) Jobfon, Mr. Turbutt j Lady Loverale, Mifs Bennet j Butler, Mr. Raftor j And the Part of Nell by Mrs. CLIVE. Boxes 5 s. Pit 3 s. Gallery 2 9. To begin exactly at Six o'Clock. %* On Monday next will be prefented The OLD BATCHELOR. For the Benefit of Mr. BRIDGES. c For OVEN T-G A R D E Nr the Benefit of Mr. MINES, Mr. GWINN, and Mr. VERHUYCK. T the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, Mi null).....'1 *mp*pKkme6*&n&nge#^b~i* HAMLET, Prince ofD ENMARK. 1 The Part of Hamlet by Mr. Ryan ; King, Mr. Bridgwater; the Ghoft, Mr. Stephens," Queen, Mrs. Woodward; Laertes, Mr. Halej """tifti Mr.P-iflirH, j .Oftrirfe. hy ftflr, YfW&Yf*T* r P"'"�"�f Mr. Hippifley ; Ophelia, >Mrs. Vincent ; And the Grave-diggers by Mr. Rofco and Mr. Stoppelaer. With Entertainments of Dancing, particularly The Happy Lovers by. Mr. Villeneuve and Mrs. Delagarde. The Charters of DANCING by Mademoifelle JANNETON AURETTI. And a Grand Convc Ballet by Monf. Picq, Madem. Augufte, &c. TlTfrffi rHinrM n"t Vy Mr Pmifh-fj Pfn P lm-i^ 1fr and others, will be taken. Boxes 5 s, Pit 3 s. Firft Gallery 2 s. To begin at Six o'Clock. Upper Gallery 1 s. S A D L E R's-W ELLS. AT SADLER'S-WELLS, adjoining co-the New-River Head, this Day, will he perform'd The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting, by Monf. GUILIOME and Signor FRANCISCINI, lately arriv'd from Paris j Rope-Dancing by the two Mifs RAYNERS 3 and Monf. J A N N O, juft arri
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