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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 10, 1743, London, Middlesex Ilhe London. B$y Eof^md General Advertifer. TV ESDI Y, May io, 1743- Deal, Jtiay%. ;AM� down and failed the London-Merchant, Hill, for Dublin. Remain the Augafta Man of War\ the Tryton, Whelden, for HarobutgJj; Lyon, Lyon, for Leverpool j and the Ttanfport. WradN.E. " LONDO N. refterday arrived the Mail from Holland, letters from Utrecht bring Advice, that his Majefty arrived there the 14th Ihftant, N.S, in the Evening, andjhe* next'Morning proceeded on his Journey to Hanover. According to Advices from Stockholm of the 4th of Way, N.S. Baron Nolckin, one of the SwediQi Plenipotentiaries at Abo, arrived ther^ the i it in the Morning, and went immediately to the Palace, where he had a private Audience of the King, and gave him an Account of the Progrefs of the Negotiations at the Congrefe. By what thePubfick is apprized of, itfeems, that the Ruffian Court, in'order to -fettle a folid Peace with Sweden, confents to reftore the'Grand Dutchy of Finland, as far as the River Kymen, keeping to berielf whatever lies on the other Side of that River j fo that the Kymen and the Diftrift of Savolax, fliall be the Limits between the Dominions of Ruffia and Sweden: Bffides which, the Ruffian Minifters gave to underhand, that the Emprefs would not flick at granting Sweden fome particular Advantages, fuch as the Liberty of buying up Corn in Livonia, &c.^ The jdln-llant Baron Nblcken had. a Conference with Count Gyllcn-bourg on thefe Matters, and the next Day conferred wi:h the principal Members of the Secret Committee on the feme Subject , The 5th he was to fet out again for Finland, with full Powers to fign the Preliminary Articles, in Cafe the Ruffian Minifters agree to two Claufes, which he is charged to demand, and whith are to "be an effential Article of the Treaty of Peace. It is already decided that if Baron Nolcken meets with new Difficulties, and that there is no Poffibility of figning Preliminaries, he (ball immediately come away from Abo, along with Baron Ceder-creutz j.and then the Fleet at Carelfcroon is to fail upon an Expedition which is ftfl! kept a Secret.. They write from Ratifbon, that Count Seckendorff is come back to his Head Quarters from Munich, and has brought with him the Plan of Operation for the Campaign, which has been approved by the Emperor, and in Purfuance of which the Imperial Troops are in full March towards Branau, where the General's Rendezvous is to be. Marshal Broglio has alfo ordered the French Troops to begin their March,- the Count -de. Saxe commands 4 J&dy of Referve, which is to aft in the Upper Palatinate againft Prince Lobkowitz. As for the" AuftrianS,. they Ke as yet: on the Defenfive, waiting 'till the Queen of Hungary's' Coronation .at Prague is over, 'and the? Reinforcements from Hungary arrive in Bavaria, 12000 of which* Have already reached the Frontiers of Auftria. They add, that they. flatter fhemfelves the DyeYof the Empire will qdickly fit again, at Ratiflion, feveral Members of it having already fent, their ^ ^pages tojhat City. ' According.to'Advices from Frincfort of the izthlnftant, N.S. the Earl of Stair took a Tour thither two Days before, and viewed the moft convenient Places for laying Bridges for the Pafiage of the Army : His Excellency alfo fent Notice to'the Circle of the Upper Rhine, that he intended to encamp his Troops forthwith, in order to eafe the People of the open Country, and therefore expe&ed that the faid Circle would fend Commiffaries to him immediately; to agree about furniQiing the Army with Wood for Firing, Fo'rnige, &c. The French have occupied all the ftrone-Places on the Neckar, and are fortifying them-felves in feveral other Pofts; their Parties make Incurfions as far as Oppenheim, in Order to reconnoitre the Allies ; a great many Ovens have been built at Worms for the Ufe of their Army j and they give out that they fliall go and meet the Eoglifeat Jeaft half Way. We hear from Spires, that Marffial Noailles has djftribu-ted his Troops in fuch a Manner, that he may affemble them in one Body in five or fix Days; that they are informed the Englifh are preparing to lay a Bridge over the Main at Hoechft, in order .to advatfee towards Berg-Straft j and that the Moment Marfhal Noailles is fatisfied that this is their real Defign, he will take the fame Route with his Army. Letters from Hungary bring Advice, that the Bofnians have lately feized upon an f Hand, which is included in the Territory left to the Houfe of Aullria by the Treaty of Belgrade; and that Complaints have been made about it to the Bafhaw of that City, he immediately difpatched a Courier to Confrantinople, where Mr. Penckler, the Queen's Minifler alfo made Representations on the fame Head: The Anfwer:given.toTM. Penckler was, that the j call'd I R B A C E. D R tJ R Y -LA N E-For the Benefit of Mr. Ray, Mr. Green* Mr. Gray, Mrs. King, and Mifs Minort. By His Majefiy's Company of Comedian', AT the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, this Day, will Ire prefented The B � G G A R's OPER A. The Part of Macheath by Mr.Lowe; Polly, Mrs. Clive; Lucy, by Mrs. Pritchard j Peachum, Mr. Macklin ; Mrs, Peachum, Mrs. Macklin; Lockit, Mr. Turbutt; Mat o'th'Mint, Mr. Ray ; Filch, Mr. Raftor ; Diana Trapes, Mrs. Mackiin. With Entertainments between the Acts, Viz. End of A�t I. A Peafant Dance by Signer Boromeo and Signora Coftanea. In Aft lit. A Hornpipe by Mr. Vates. To which will be added a Farce, call'd The LYING VALET. The Part of the Lying Valet by Mr. Yates j And the Part of Kitty Pry by Mrs. Pritchard. Boxes 5 s. Pit 3�. Gallery zs. To begin exaftly at Six o'Clock. % To-morrow will be prefented LOVE FOR LOVE. For the Benefit ef Mr. HOBgON, Heufekeeper. . COVEN T-G A R D E N.� For the Benefit of Mr. Rivers, Mr. Sadler^ Mr. trott, and Mr. Randall. AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, To-morrow, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd The M IS E R. The Part of the Mifer, by Mr. Hippifley j Lappit, Mifs Hippifley; Clermont, Mr. Hale ; Frederick, Mr. Carr } Ramilie, Mr. Chapman j the Starv'd Coek, by Mr. Woodward j Decoy, Mr. Marten. Harriet, Mrs. Vincent j Wheedle, Mrs. Hale; Mrs. Wifely, Mrs. Martin j and the Part of Mariana by Mrs. Horton. With Entertainments of Dancing, particularly The Dutch Skipper by Monf. DEL A MAIN and Madem. ANNE AURETTI. A Grand Camic Ballet by Monf. Picq, Madem. Aagufte, and others. And a Grand Ballet, call'd Le Rtnitzvoui Gallant, by Mr. COOKE and Monf. P I C Les Definoifelles ANNE and JANNETON AURETTI. Young Mailer GILLIER, and others. \* Tickets deliver'd out by Mr. Quay, Mr. Connor, and others, will be taken that Day. S A D L E R's-W ELLS/ -ox - _ ___ im With Dances and other Decorations entirely New. Pit and Boxes to be put together, and no Perfom 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 c s. By HI S M A J E S T V'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 AT SADLER'S-WELLS, adjoining to the Nao'River Head, this Day, will be perforeVd The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting, by Monf. GUILIOME and Signor FRANCISCINI, lately arriv'd from Paris: Rope-Dancing by the two MJfs RAYNERS j and Monf. J A.N N O, juft arriv'd from Ireland, (Being the Time ef iit ferfirming on that Stage tbefe five Tears ;) Poftures, and feveral new Equilibres hy* Mr. Rayner. Singing and .Dancing (both Serious and Comic) particularly a new Grand Dance, call'd Le Masquerade, by Mr. Davenport, and others; a Scotch Dance by Mafter Matthews and Mils Wright j a new Comic Ballet" (after the Manner of the Faufans) by Mafter Matthews, Mifs Wright, Sac. . AJfo a Grand Eflttrtainnieat of Singing and Dancing, call'd Batch.* Ana Artaine, by Monf.'Fromont, Mr. Davenport, Mr. Miles, Mn. Bullock, and others. With feveral new Songs by Mr. Hemflorfc and Mifi hillier, ' CuneMm^wiLll'jn EBteHiHlllULie, UUU ' VULCAN's NETTS; o R, Harlequin a Captive in Spain: 0 R, The PRIVATEER BIT. Harlequin by Mr. Vaughan j Colombine, Mn. Phillips: Privateer, Mars, Mr. Davenport ; Venus, Matlem. Sandoai j Cupid, Mafter Matthewsj Graces, Mifs Wright, Mifs King, and Mrs. Anfley. _To begin every Evening at Five o'clock._ PHILLIPS^ ANEW WELL S^ Near the London Spaw, Clerkenwell, THIS Evening, and during the Summer Seafon, by a Company of Hungarians, Sclavonians, Pandour* and Croats, will be perfonn'd feteral new and furprifing Exercifes of Vaulting, Equilibres, Ballancing, Rope and Ladder-Dancing. TUMBLING by the famous SAMPSON RAGATZI, Who jumps over Twenty Men, likewifc a Horfe and Man, Aiio the celebrated CiESAR POLAMBIO, Who performs a new Exercife founded on the Principles of the Mathematkks. Likewife the Exercife of the Flags by Mademoifelle K E R M A N. Aifo Variety of Performances by Signor DOMINI OUE, Monf. GERMAN, Monf. Latare, Monf. VangvmtlU, Monf. Le Brunt, Monf. Roxa, and Monf. Crafane, [Being the ti Time of ebeir appearing on that Stage.) With'feveral new Entertainments of Singing and Dancing^ particularly a new Grand Dance, call'd The Rival Ptafants by Mr. Phillips, Monf. La Pierre, Mr. Shawford, and others. To which will be revived an Entertainment, call'd The H A R L O T's PROGRESS. The Charafter of Harlequin by Mr. PHILLIPS } Beau Mordecai, by Mr. Shawford ; And the Charafter of Mifs Kitty to be perform'd by Mn. PHILLIPS, (From the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.) Concluding with a Grand TYROLEAN DANCE, by Monf. La Pierre, Mr. Shawford, Mr. Coventry, Mrs. Morris, Madem. Du-mont, and Mrs. Jackfon. #* Every one will be admitted for a Pint rf Wine as ufual. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. For the Benefit of HOBSON, Houfekeeper^- AT the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, To-morrow, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd LOVE FOR LOVE. The Part of Valentine by Mr. Havard ; Tattle, by Mr. Neale ; Pritchard ; Ben Mr.MackJin } Sir Sampfon Legend, Mr. Morgan} Scandal, Mr. Mills; Trapland, Mr. Ray ; Jeremy, Mr. Yates; And the Part of Mifs Prue by Mrs. Clive. With Entertainments, as will be exprefs'd in the Great Bills. Boxes 5 Pit 3 s. Firft Gallery a s. Upper Gallery I :. To begin exactly at Six o*Clock. Advertifemmti of a moderate Length are taken in for this Pattf v SbUhngs each.
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