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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 19, 1743, London, Middlesex                                '7^1 V*' 'r-~v- iCSuttii-**: -r r*Tj H> ;U R S l).i:Yr,|J,4if 19,  j 743. _j. ..... thttWeSwaid the "Terror JBomb, ..-J wkh the TranQwrt. ^ Remain jr> ttie'DoVmi lits Mifcfr/'s Ship -the. r Augufta, atii tb^Tr^toh,' Whel-; � idon,lor Hamburgh. WihdE;byS. : Qnttri/iMdj $&a? 17.  Paft*d by the ,%ter- and Mary, Batcher; 1';^'tticltobert, Thbmpfon, frdih, the'Mai^Aimeitiaiidii^fV^ Sfeoeh CaroKaa, is ar-. % L p N ,I> O N; According to thefaris Advices, arrived by the French Mail Yeaerday,ftjrice: Charld of Lorrain having been � joined by Prince Lobkbtoifz, and the Velt Marihal Coant' �even�oire?rmaaeWArlenipt: to~MkeBfatiflau Sword irr Hand* tat the GarrUbi^nade fo vigprod* a Pefence^ that the Aoftrians were driven away from before VKe.Town with the Loft. of 4000 Men, befides a great Number of Prifoners, among whom, they allure us,' Count Keven-huller is one ; lit which they feem to rejoice heartily, as they allow hjrn to be the be^ Gteneral in the Queen of Hotr-gs^^Seraee. 1 We art ia[l(Va^f�i, by the fame Canal, that one of the^King ,of-Pruffik;s Adjutants is:arrived'}'ui' Maribal Broglio'sCinfp, ai^d has had feyeral Conferences with that General; but they can't yet tellos a Tittle of the Errand he is come upon. ' On Tuefday lafi two Expreffes arrived at the Secretary's Office. And , .: .  '  ;  I-.. t       ; : Yeftetday there wasa general Council at &..'june?V on Affairs of the greateft Importance. . i Vefterday; Adyite' carife,'  that the Harry, Naylor, bound from Itoblwto Leghbrn, is taken by aSpaiufi &rvateer, and carried into Malaga. The fame Day an Account came that the Greyhound Man'of War had taken a fmallSpanim Privateer off Havre-de-grace, and brought her on Saturday laft into Plymouth Harbour. ' .. \    '��'*'�?') The feme Letters, mention, that, the H/an}pihir<'.Manaf War,Caj�. Limeborner, is come into that Port, from her Cruize. ".'   V They write from Newcaftie, that on Tuefday the 4th flnftant, Mr. Routh's Grey-Horfe Frolick, won the Prize of-50'l. at Malton in York&iie.. On Wednefday the 501. was won by Mr. "Witty's Chefnut Gelding Ruffler. -And iog.C^ttffff..:       /   ;.   \ y"      �J'';..:; "', On Monday laft died at Wbotton, near Gloucdter, Feter SaonjIeK, EfqrHigh'Sheriff/of the County of Brecon.~ 1^11 remarkable that Penry Wiliiams, Efq;. his. Beputy, died a few Oays before at Penpont, near-Brecon. Laft Week Wheat was foldat Gloucefter at 3 s. and 3 s. 2 d.. per Bumel.  e; 6i'T l7a n d.       . i '�^^lii'^iT^^i^'^^li0li the Eleftion j forT&*Sb^nof Hon.  ChariesiibperWeir c^'iCiaigiehSM,! ^Brother to the Right * Honvthe^rl'ofHbptoun/iwiUbe ele�fed:      r :r Thft% the National Affenibly of this Church met iere, wffich vmiopened with, an excellent Sermon from 1 Cor- *.. J Or pr^ched ty |lieir - late Moderator the Rev." Mr. Thomas/Tullida^ 'Principal of St. Leonard's College,-: St. Andrew's::;HisGraceithe Cpinmiffioner appeared in ai Several Noblemen, and,many Gentlemen of PiTtinftionattended htm, and he was waited on at the Entry to the Church; by the Honourable Magiftrates and Council of the City, in their Robes, After Sermon they proceeded tq the Choice ofa Moderator; when th'e Rev. Mr. Robert - Wallacc..,.ftP?i?Libe. J4ini,a�;r5 of this City was elcfled, and took his Place accordingly. SomeVDays ago ;|ie�the Rev. Mr. Hamilton, .Mintfter of the Goipel at-Bbltoun; both he and the deceas'd Mr. rRobertfonat Glafmuir^ were chofen Members to the pre-t fent ^fcneialV Affembly.^ i 1 Yefterda^; Macintou> j^iSfayf-sriaket, formerly rflehtion-" ed, waswhipt 'tt^ufr.Ci^'-by:tb�'Hinid.oi' the common ! Ha^pkn,�'� for abofing a Gentlewoman m. a fcandaloos ^M'a'niiertdn'Ae high Sfteets. _ He imprudently gave a Pufli - to the Hangman at "fitft felting out] but as Jack had the Whipbtnd of hkn, he pay'd him back with Interelt before ' they parted. r - Weaie how told,, that when begave^the Hangman the. ; Rum, he had a Penknife cpnceal'd iri his Hand, by which ( he'defigned to have killed hirri;: arid that he actually wounded him 10 the EfiuuW of his Blood, for which he is . to?;be; tried again, fo that Johnimay probably get another Opportum'ty of Retaliation. - High Water ciua Day ai jLx>haon-Jbridge at 34 Minutes } after ?x ! Bank btock 147. indiai Ditto 190. Sooth Sea Stock ' ijj. Ditto Old Annuities i 14 % 8ths a ihalf. Dirto :! New tie  i 8rh a 1 lib. Three per Cent. Annuities 102 3 8ths a 1 half. Ditto 1742, 102 j Sthsa 1 half. � Ditto1743, too.  Million Bank 117.  Equivalent 111. Royal Afwrance ;8z.   London A durance if 5 8ths. Engliih Copper ditto 4I. 10 s. Welch ditto no Price. : African no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 115. I Five per Cent, ditto 77. Bank Circulation 5 {. Prem. ; India Bonds 4 1. 17?. a 18 s. Pr.  Three and a half Salt Tallies 2 1 4th Pr.  Three and a half per Cent.~Ex-" chequer-Orders: 5 ft.  Three per Cent, ditto 2 Difc. Lottery Tickets 11 1. iqs. 6d- Pr.__" U   K   U   R   Y-L   A   N   E. .   By His Majefty's Company of CotAedian^-- AT the Theatre-Royal in Drury^Lane, thjs Day, will be prefiiitea T ' The  B EG G A, R's  O P E R A. The Part o/Macheath by~Mr,Li�wej Pblljr, Mri.Cllve,- Lwy, Mri. Pritchard j Peaehura, Mr. MackJlnMrj. Peachutq, Mrs. Maddin j Lockit, Mr.Ttrbuttj MatoWMiat, Mr.Ray} Filch, Mf. Raftor; Diana Trapes, Mn. Macklin. . >    In Ac^ IJI,: A Hornpipe by Mr. Yate*. n With Entertainments between the Ads, viz. .  -j 1 �,.    >End f>�&& 1. La Fluratto, by Sign6r ?HEGO and ^Sig*;CHIARETTA. AGilt. TheSicilian PeaTant, by Signer C HE CO T O R 1N E SE Signora CHI AREATA AQUILANTI, aiid other*. '         To which will Be^adaeiisFarte.'calPd .  vtlie.     Y* I IST G  VALE T. The Part of the Lying Vafct by 'Mr^atoj 1 And the Part of Khtf.Bif, by.Mrs. Pritchard. BoSes^5i.   Pit3�.   �FirfltJaUeiy %%.    Upper Gallery 1 s. .Tobej^aat,SUco^Clack. To-morrow will be prefented The MERCHANT OF VENICE. For the Benefit of Mr-BRADSHAW, Box-keeper. COVEN T-G A R D E N." T the T heatre- Roy al Jn Co yen t - Garden, ' ,.^o-hlbrrowj will be prefented a Tragedy, call'd The  FA I R   PEN I T-E N T. The Part of the Fair Penitent by Mn. CIBBER; Sciolto, Mi. Rofco; Lothario, Mr.Ryan ; Aitamont, Mr. Hale; Lavinia, Mrs. Stevens; LiidUa, Mrs. Hale j' And the ;Part of Horatio to be perform'd. by Mr. QTJIN, . With feteral Entertainments of Dancing by Mr.       C    0    O    K    E9 .    :LesJDefiaoilelle�. ANNE and JANNEXQN AURETTI. and others. To which will be added, a Dramatic Entertainment, call'd The   R O Y A L   C H ACE; OR, Merlin's Cave. The Character of Harleqnin'by Mr.-Woodward; Aerial Spirits by, Monf.Villeneuve and. Madem. Augufte. Cglonibihei by Mrs. KilbyDoctor, Mr.Behcraft} The Character of Pierbt by Monf. l AL AUZE. Boxes 5 s.   Pit 3 s.   Firft Gallery % s.  Upper Gallery 1 s. To begin exactly at Six o'Clock. -        ,,  j   ' . ' . j ' "HEREAS the Ship Tinley, Capt. COLLINS, Mailer, from Rolttrdam to London, was coming upjth'e Rirer.Thames, and by Accideat let on Fire, and there being two Cafet with Cambricki, nurk'd GVK,;which are miiEng, and* fuppofed to be.ftoUen or conveyed ent of the laid Ship. : Whoever will give Information of the. laid Two Cafes of.Cambricks, pr any Part thereof, to Meff Hayes and Canham, at their Office in Caftle-Alley, Cornhill, lhall upon fuch fail Difcovery, receive of them Out Hundred Peundi Reward for the whole, or in Prope-rtion for any Part of the laid Cod*. JJEREAS ir> the Night, between the ... 5th1 and 6th of this Inftant May, William Brown was committed to Newgate by Col. DeVeil, for picking the Pocket of Robert. Tracy, Efq j and whereas Mr. Richard- Mytton^ who keeps the Shakdpear's Head Tavern, Co vent-Garden, had upon that Occafion his Windows broke, and was feverely wounded with a Glafs Bottle byi afgreat Number of Pickpockets, who affembled tfaejnielverto refcu" the faid Brown. " , Whoever fliall difcover the Offenders, fo as they may be brought ta Juftice, Hull receive of the faid Richard Myttoh Five Guineas upon Coavi&on. Richard Mytton. A S A DLE R's-W EL LS.- T SADLER'S -WELLS, adjoining to . the New-River Head, this Day, will be perform^ m1 US U A L DIVE K s r O NS. With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting, by Monf. &UILIOME and Signor FRANCISCINI, lat'ilyarriv'd from Parisj Rope-Dancing by the two Mi& RAYNERS. Poftures, and feveral new Equilihres, by Mr. Rayner. With Dancing (both Serious and Comic j particularly A Grand En ertainment.of Singing and Dancing," call'd .lie Ameti-eatis Triumph over the Savages, by Monf. Fromont, Mr. Davenfort, Mr. Miles, Mrs. Bullock, and others. AOrafid Dance, call'd The Tbtfy, by Monf. Fromont, and others. A Scotch .Dance by Mafter Matthews and Mifs Wright. With feveral new Songs by M�."Henrfk1rk and lvR6 HILLIER. Concluding widi an Entertainment, call'd V U L C A. N's    N E T T S ; OR, Harlequin a Captive in Spain : OR,  % PRIVATEER BIT. Harlequin by MicVaughan j Colombine, Mrs. Phillips ; Privateer, Mt. Hemikirk j Sancho, Mr. Seollough j Vulcan, Monf; Fromont j . Mars, Mr. Davenport ; Venus, Madem. Sandoni; Cupid, Mafter Matthews j Graces,. Mifs Wright, Mifs King, and Mrs. Anfley., To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. ^ � } GO O D M A N's-F I EL D S.- AT the N EW.WELLS the bottom of Letnon-fireet, Goodman s-Fields, this Day, will be perform'd The USUAL  DIVERSIONS. '   With Rope-Dancing by Mademoifelle L'ETRANGE, juji arriv'd from Prague. and Others. Dancing by Mr.'Carney, Madem. Perrault, the two Mafters and Mi6 Granler, and others. - Singing by Mr. CUNNINGHAM, juft arriv'd in England. And the Company of Hungarians, Sclavonians, Pandours, and Croats, will perform SEVERAL NEW EXERCISES. % Every One xoUlbe admitted for a PJnl of Wine a-piece at ufual. To begin every-Night at Five 0'Clock. At PHILLIPS'S NEW WELLS, Near the London Spaw, Cler ken wall, THIS Evening, and during the Summer Seafon, will be psrform'd The USUAL DIVERSIONS. To- which will be added feveral new Exercifes, by a Company of Hungarians, SclavOri:ans, Pandours, and Croats, juft arriv'd from their Travels.   Particularly - SAMPSON    R A GAT Z I, Jumps over a Man and Horfe.j likewife flies through a Hogmead, forces the two Heads out, and fires a Cafe ofP^fiols at thelune Timry Alfo the celebrated Mademoifelle    K   E   R   M   A   N, Who performs the Ex�reifc of the FJagaj and Janees a Jigg on the Stiff Rope in a Pair of Stilts. With euxtraordinary Performances on the Ladder, by ,___�   McnriBur-O ��  R   M   A m,- Likewife the celebrated . C JE S A R    P OLA M B IO, Who performs a new Exercife founded on the Principles of the Mathe^. maticks, much admir'd by'the Curious. To which will be revived an Entertainment of Singing and Dancing, call'd - The HARLOT's  PRO G R E S S. The Character of Harlequin by Mr. PHILLIPS ;   " And the Chara�ter of Mifs Kitty to be perform'd by Mrs. PHILLIPS, (From the Theatif-Royal in Drury-Lane.) . ; Concluding with a Grand TYROLEAN DANCE, by Monf. La Pierre, Mr. Shawford, and others. To begin every Evening at Five 0'Clock. BRITISH LIQUID BLACKING,- For SHOES or  BOOTS, E^R preferable to any Thing of the Kind hitherto made ufe of; it likewife not requiring half the Time or Trouble, as the Balls, &c. do iniifihg. �� -To be had 0nly at Old Tom's Coffee-hoiife in Birchin-Lane, Corn-hill, at 1 s. the Pot, with Directions.  Proper Brulhes 6 d. MR. HOGARTH intends to publifh by: Subfcription, SIX PRINTS from Copper-Plates, engrav'd by the beft Mafters in Paris, after his own Paintings (the Heads for the better Preservation of the Characters and Expreffions to be.done Ky the A^fhnrj) v.p>^,>.�;ng - ^-rttty nf r^frTir flrfri"r""iii If'i1 Life, and called MARftlAGE A-LA-MODE. Particular Caie it taken, that the whole Work wall not be liable to Exception on Account.iof any Indecency or Inelegancy, and that none of the Characters reprefented fliall be perfonal. The Subfcription will be One Guinea, Half to be paid on Subfcri-bing, and the other half on the Delivery of the Prints, which will be with all poflible Speed, the Author being determin'd to engage in no other Work till this is compleated. jii. p^irr irrf" H^-- nninr- ttt rtitf1," after t>ie SubfcripiToa is over, and no Copies will be made of them. Suhicriptions are taken in at Mr. Hogarth's, the Golden-Head in Leicester Fields; where may be had, all his engrav'd Works. 3? -9 3: 9 This Dty is pubi'fb'd. Price 6 d. OLD ENGLAND, or the Conftitutional Journal, Extraordinary. Exhibiting the View of an Emblematical Kite, properly engrav'd, and lit to be fjam'd j with certaia political Decorations. '      _ Printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-nofter Row, jfdvertifementi     d *oder<�t are taken in for Shis P*1*r it Two SbHHngs each. h A - o   

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