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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 17, 1743, London, Middlesex                                T./U ESD AT,  May 17,   1743. JOiaLt May if,. [MAE down and ^iled^ the N�' tune, Bcrgb,' for .Oporto4 Web-fter, Stevens, for Dublin. Came l^p^^B^i^rbr^BoB)^; and the yp9�fej5%B4ei:i ffljd rfcioain Wth the Ao�i^ I^Rrjrtoof, WheWon, for tbririftrgi-^roOi Lyon, for Iiverp^bl V and tfae Tiaofport. Wind E-N.E. ^T^^iiulejflritdiard, from Virginia, is arrived at j^cycrpooL \ *.';> - TtieMaiy^ J}�m^ TheMotty� '       , from Jamaica; at Spithead, for Hamburgh.-  :'~ . L O N  DO N. Yefterday arrived the-Mail froijy .Holland.. Letters .from Stockholm of the 9th Inftant, N.S. fay, that the Fleet at Carelfcrobn, fet Sail for theGuJph of , Finland theWe&fcefore |[ ai^Aat;Bar^;K4lfc^n^;^o \ was to have feft o^t /or '0^M^^^^j^'l^�ia J "From Mentz we hear, .that the Ejector.. has declared to 1 the DokeM'AreWbere and-the Earl of Stair, hi! Refofation to obferve a' ttri& Neutrality � between the French and the A'lies j purfuant to' which, his Electoral Highoefs has forbid all his Sabje&s, .upon Pain o? Death; to give any Af-fijtance e^herto theEnglifh, the AuAriansi or the French, Whether- it \b  Village.^T&yimtl declare, that tbeV areje^dy to fubmit to the Republiek of Genoa, [ provided their Demands are granted, the tWo^chief 'Articles J of whith-anv-the Restoration- �Y- their antient Privileges, and Leave to keep Arms: But if this is not complied with, they are refotved not to Hand barely upon the Defenfive. Baron NeuhbrPs Secretary, after flaying a long while in the Iflarid, and making vain Efforts to perfuade the Malecon-tents to^rely on the Baron's Promifes, has at laft embarked fonkfchbra;^-"-^ ;'; , -I 7^eMtfffom^tegp4 , tbft DukeofModena isarmedin Gbafc'Gage's Amy ; and that the Aufiriahs fvere1prepariag'to evatnate thd Ferrareze.  T The'V^eit Marlhal.';Cotint Eevenhulier, hasjeceived the following (Letter from" Lieutehant General' Stentz,' con- * to mate &mfelf Mailer of; th� Boftof Rofenhiimi after having forced the Intrenchmenttrbefore it Sword ia Hand � andobUged the Enemy tarefire in IuchConfimon, that ' &*y ^J^^^^FMa^ne' there.:; The feme l^^fj^ ftapftiel, * beaded'lfeo-VS*rifl^W-'� ^trenchmentt �f Kirnitein, which 4 'H^W^^Ji^- Wofe regular .'Trroops^ and MUitia had '.Wo^-jagM^ -Lien. 1 tenant-Colonel of the Regiment of Old Konjgfegg, en-�teiedD-ivaiiarthe cdtltmant, by tKe^Fronuer oJSaltz-  bourg^a@ Bisfel lipitf-ihtCaftl?^and ;Baiiywick of  Ma^qaj^iiKi,: 'J.V Js.; ^fef^'d^tfiatvfte:. Number ot * Men '^41^?#^^.^W^^.-?hc� amounts^to  abbtit 500^' .  ' ;     .' :    ���..... :  v" They, write, froai Frankfort of the iptb Inftant, N. S. that the EngUlh Troopsalte nbw^enicaniped be,^ee'n:Hbckft I ^Sjngn^^jih^a/^^e^ tapiigK|^L^flt b^g�:nvft�iy sOperations uniil-they are ders.  They add, that the French aftJr^o^i^I*rifiaVc&.: ^ ?h�Sf#a?^^^W?npyjngith^r Magawuea.from ^m^SommSHCAM: imppffiUeio.guefe it their De- ! ans.f^Bavahans. i*|^o�%^p^ailed>hfirei that the %ooer��Jlg;willing to^imprbvedtte; ta'dvaniagrwh'iclf ' pnlM'^^^n/i^l^cLlpp/ .'^fjs.gj�en,putr that there *'' has t^.'aJe^JlBg^ in which 4 the Imperwlifts were egairi defeated;^ bot this wants * firmation^' L^rthat"b?as"�;%iUif ^t;isTcettaih"'t^at t^s. * Atf^tx^0&^^^^^iJ^^:^ m in"' e_ full l^afJchio'L^dJb^t.^ by Pririce Charles KofLorjain, tWFrench 'are now af* * feabling. their Forces with "all p^ulbteDiligence, and ' Marihaf Broglip-'l^;i>rd?*a, all the Troops that can he f foared" in to jSie off, *, towMdsthelflSf...'- ". i'-'F:'"..5-    Letters from Munich maW; mention, of the Aiiftriane Wmgp'made-�n' oitfacoeTsftt^iitemp^'ttp^-Bmaead.''' rFrtim Pragae-we ba^ ^JQi^n of H.un- gry 'wa^,crovwie4 ttetf Q9S&4� VobemU, the 12thInft. According to Advices from fearis, aTreaty betwien the King of Sardinia and the King of Spain is on the Point of fcK�g" concluded? Hrot thir'TOeT^gtwr'bTily as"*a ReporC whJcn, they nevcrthelcfs, robferve Ijas fome Foundation. We have alfo another Report from*1 Paris, i.i. that Marftial IMoailles is to return to CoHrt, his Excellency being judged jnore fervkeable in the Cabinft than^in the Fidd-j that Mat-thai Broglio is to, command on the Rhine; and that the Command of the ; French Army in Bavaria, will be left to the Count de Sake and the Prince of Conti. They alfo tell us, that the Infant Don Philip will begin his Marcli forthwith thro* the Valaife, the Swifs Cantons having consented to it. In Conclufion, they are pleafed to inform us, that though the Allies on the Rhine, boaft much of what they will do, it gives them bo Manner of Uneafiuvfs. The following is an Exaft Lift of the Prizes taken lately by the Spaniards, viz. 'i. A Gaily, of 160Tons, bound from London to Jamaica, (Mackey) m 2. A Btlander,Vabout the fame Burthen, O'dEngland built, with Lemons and Oranges, (Golden-fleece, B.ffet.) 3. A fine Gaily, 140 Tons, New-England built, with Beef and;Butter, from Cork, for Jamaica, (a new Cap-tare.) 4. A Pink, from Virginia for London, (Bigg.) '5'. A Prize, ra'nfoin'd at Sea, (Orchard ) 6. A S W, from Cork for St. Kitts, (Lewis Lone.) 7. A Bilander, of 160 Tons, with Fruit, and 20 Pipes of Oyl. from Portugal for London, (St. Cecilia, Stewart,). 8. A very fine Gaily, 250 Tons, New-Engl3nd builr, laden with "Merchandize, from London for. Philadelphia, with 18 Gons. , 9. Another with 2oJPipes of Portugal Wines, and 600 Chefts of Fruit; but was not arrived when the Pcftcame away, (Three Brothers, Moxam,) 10. An old Scotch' Snow, with Coals, from Newcallle for 'Lifbon, (thi; Mar/lrlj nl An bid!' Man^er,.''N$w>-EngbndbaUt>- with Corn, from Portfmouth for Lilbon, (Prince of Orange, Frankly n) 1 z. A New-Englandbuilt Brigantine, with 170 Pipes of Port Wine, and Fruit, (Fivitoe.) 13. Another Brig, from Cork for Barfcdoes, with Beef, Beer,      not arrived when, the J�oft came %way. 14. An old Veflel' in Baliaft,' out'orwhich they took the People, and every thing that was ferviceable, and then funk her. , , 1 1 c. The William and Mary, Read, from Topihamand Madeira. The St. John Evangelift, Wi'ttegrove ; St. Paul, Clopen-burgh ; and Anna-Maria, Bellman, from Hamburgh, are arrived in the River, richly lao^en. ExtraS of a Letter from the.Tawn of Augujia, in tbe If at: J of Rattan, dated Jan. 15. Since my laft to you of the. 17th of December, our new Settlement in this Place had very near proved abortive. The four American Companies which came from Jamaica having mutinied, it was propofed by Corporal George Bidger to .put their Defign in Execution on the 2Cth of "Dicember,"between the Jioursof 12 and one at Night, by fetting Fire to the Huts, and thed marching to the Water, where they were to difcharge their Fire-Arms with loud Huzza's,&c. Accordingly, m the Morning, they began to fire "their fmall Arms out of their Hats; and their Fire-ings being followed with loud Huzza's, alarmed the Commanding Oftlcers, who immediately ordered the Guards to be reinforced. Two of his Majefly's Ships, yiz. One of 50 and the o-ther of 40 Guns," happening fro be at Anchor in the Harbour, immediately fent on Shore one.Captain, two Lieutenants, and 50 private Men of Col. Fiafer's Marines, our folic Dependence', before this Reuifprcement, being or a Detachment of Brigadier Wolfs Waribes, who all behaved remarkably'well. HowfoonCol Fr.ifer's People landed, we feized the moft fufpecled Perfons, tb the Number of 33 that Night, and feveral others next Morning. A General.Cpurt Martial was ordered on Monday the 27 th of Dumber, %y which further Difcoveries were made, by breaking open a Box belonging to Corporal Badger, in which was found two Sheets of Paper pafted together, with a Ring or Circle dr^wn in the Middle, and round it wrote a great Number of fcfcipes. The Title given by the Priforiers to this Paper, was a RoundRoUit. The chief-Ringleaders of this Mutiny we found to" be two Serjeants, one Corporal, and one private Centinel, One of the^Serjeants was, by the Court Martial, admitted to turn King's Evidence";' who, whh i 3 other.WitheiTes, brought the whole Affair to Light. Badger was by the General Court Martial-'fentenced to die, and was accordingly {hot on the 7th of January. Serjeant Bate and the Centinel. were appointed to receive 600 Ladies, and afterwards to be put on board one of the King's ?hjps, until hisMajefty's pieafa�;n^oul46efurther khbwn.  /' The Elizabeth and Mary, Bevaji, bound from Sligo to LiiTBon/waYlbft on the 19th^paft, ohtheCoaft of Kerry j but it is thought that great Part of the Ship and Cargoe may be (aved. Oq Sunday laft was married at Bermondiey Church, Mr. Warren, an emiheht and'wealthy Weaver in Shoreditch, to. Mife Anne Kemp, of Tpofey-Street, a. beautiful young I^dy, with a Fortune of 50001. - 1 "Laft Week died at his Seat near Chefter, Charles Leigh, Efq; a GehtJeman poffefs'd of ah Eftateof 1500 1. a Year, much lamented by the Poor for his generous and extenfive Charity. Laft Week died the Rev.Mr. Offley, Reflor of Abinger in Surry, and one of the Prebendaries of Durham. " A few Daysfince died at Edinburgb, Sir James Nicolfcn, of That-ilk, Bart. Yifterday Morning a Number of Recruits for the Regiments at Port-mahone, were feht down the River from the Savoy, to a Ship at Blackwall, appointed to carry them to the laid Garrifon -One of the Soldiers having fome Dif-u e twth.hjs Wife� juft at going 067 in which he treated _jer with Indifference, telling her he would fell her for a Dram of Gin, &c. it fo provok'd her, that foon after the Boat was gone from the Stairs (he grew Outrageous, and of a fudden threw herfelf into the Thames, and was drown'd in the fight of feveral People. Yefterday Elizabeth Boyd, was committed to Newgate', by Col. De.Veil, for flealing out of the Shop of Mr. Conran, a Piece of fine Cambrick, his Property, found upon her.-She went into the Shop .with a Bafket of Batter and Eggs on her Arm, and whilft the People we� looking at her Goods fce Hole thin. Yefterday.a Shoplifter, well drefs'd, with a Child in her Arms, went into a Linnen-draper's Shop in 'Broad^reet, Golden-fquure, and cheapen'd fome Linnens, andx otHjsx . Things, and found means to take from off the Counter a Piece of Lawn, and got away undiicov-t'd.   . High Water /this Day at London-iiridge at 10 Minxes after 6.___   - Bank stoat, 146 3 4ths. India" Ditto 187 3.4.0)8 a 188. SouthSea Stock 113. Ditto Old Annuities 114 14th. Ditto New 114 7 8ths an 5. Three per Cent, Annuities ioz 1 4th. Ditto 1742, 102 1 4th. Ditttf 1743 no Price. Million Bank 117. Equivalent nr. R�yal Affaranee 82. London Aflurance 11 1 halt EngLify Copper ditto 41. 10 s. Welch ditto no Price. "' African no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 114/3 4ths. Five per Cent, ditto 76 1 half. Bank Circulation 5 1. Prern. India Bonds 4 1. 14 s. a 16 s. a 15 s. Pr. Three and a hilf Silt Tallies 2 1 4th Pr. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Ord r, 5 Pr. Three per Ceirtl ditto 2 Difc.    Lottery Tickets 27 s. 6 d, Pr. H A. Y-M A R  K E T.- AT the KING s THEATRE in the Hay-MarJcet, this Day, will be peribrm'd an OPJ^A, jsOi'd S    I    R    B    A    C    E. With  Dances  and  other Decorations. Pit and Boxes, to be put. together, and no Per/o_n� to be admitted without Tickets, which will he deliver'd this Day, at the Qffifie is the Hay-Market, at Half a Guinea each.  Gallery 5 s. By HIS M A JESTY'i Command, No Perfons whatever to be admitted behind the Scenes. The Galkry will be open at Four o'clock, Pit and Boxes at Five. To begin at Half an Hour after Six. *#* This will be the laft Night of Performance for the Seafon. DRURY-LAN jSt the Defire of feveral Ladies of Quality. For the Benefit of TAYLOR, Boxkeeper. By His Majefty's Company of Comedian', AT the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, To-morrow, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd The CONSCIOUS LOVERS. The Part of Seville jun. by MrJ3elan*j Indiana, Mrs. Pritchard ; Sir John Beville, Mr.Winftone j Tom, Mr. Macklin j Myrtle, by Mr. Mills j Cimberton, by Mr. Tafwell j Mr. Sealand, Mr. Berry; Humphry, Mr. Turbutt; Danieli Mr. Leigh.   Luanda, Mis. Bi-doutj Aba. Sealand, Mrs.Crofs; Ifabella, MifsBennetj And the Part of Phillia.by- Mt�.'Cliv,e. 'With Entertainmenu between the AOs, viz. In Act II. Singing by Mr.Beard. Aft II. A Tyrolean Dance by Sigicr Boromeo, Signora Coflanza, and others. A3 III. Singing by Mr. Lowe. Aft IV. The SicUjan Pea/ant, by Sigmr CHE CO TORINESE Signora CHIARETTA AQUILANTI, and others. To which will be added a Farce, call'd The  LYING   VALET. The Part of the Lying Vajet by Mr. Yates. -t And the Part-of Kitty Pry. by Mrs. Pritchard. Boxes 5 s.    Pit 3 s.    Firft Gallery 2 s.    Upper Gallery 1 sr *#* As Mr. TAYLOR's long and yiplent Ulnefs haa prevented his perfonal Application, he humbly hopes thofe Gentlemen and Ladies, who us'd to honour him with their Company, will continue thd? Favour, and fend for Tickets to his Houfe injGreek-ftreet, Sohp, To hegin at Six o'Clocjc On Thurfday next (by Defire) The BEGGAR's OPERA, COVEN T-G A R DEN.. AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, this Day, will be prefeoted the Tragedy of OTHELL O, Moor of Venice. The Part of Othello to be performed by Mr. QtTIN ; I�ge> by Mr. Ryan j Cailio, Mr. Hale j Roderigo, Mr. Woodward j EribantTo, Mr. Gibfon j Lodovico, Mr. Roico ; Montana, Mr. Ca-Ihell.  EmiUa, Mrs. Woodward j And the Part of Defdemona by Mrs. CIBBER. To which will he added a Dramatic Entertainment, call'd PERSEUS and ANDROMEDA; OR, The Cheats of Harlequin. Boxej 5 s.   Pit' 1 s,   Firfl; Gallery a s.  Upper Gallery 1 s. _        To begin exaftly at Six o* Clock._ S A DLE R's-W E L L AT SADLER'S -WELLS, adjoining tQ the New-River Head, this Day, will be perform'd The USUAL DIVERSIONS.. With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting, hy Monf. GUILIOME and Signor FRANCISCINI, lately arriv'd from Paris j Rope-Dan-cbg by the two Mi6 RAYNERS. Poftiires, and feveral new EquUibres, by Mr. Rayner. With Dancing (both Serious and Comic) particularly A. new Grand Dance, call'd Le Mafquerade, by Mr. Davenport, ; and others. A Scotch Dance by Matter Matthews and Mifs Wright. Alfoa Grand Entertainment of Singing and Dancing, call'd Baccbui, and Ariadne, by Morif. Fromont, Mr. Davenport, Mr. Miles, Mrs. Bullock, and others. With feveral new Songs by Mr, Hem&irk and Mifs HILLIER. - Concluding with an Entertainment, call'd V- U L C A N's    N E T T S � OR, Harlequin a Captive in Spain : or, The PRIVATEER BIT. Harlequin by Mr. Vaughan 5 Colombine, Mrs. Phillips; PrivatCe*, Mr. Hem/kirk ; Saneho, Mr. Scollough ; Vulcan, Menf. Fromont j Mars, Mr. Davenport 1 Venus, Madem. Sandoai j Cupid, Maftw Matthews; Graces, Mils Wright, Mifs King, and Mrs. Anflcy. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. -3 4 4iyettifew*k of a moderate Length are taken in for this Pafrr it Two Shiilings each. 0- //-   

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