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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 25, 1743, London, Middlesex                                W E D N ES D A Y,  Ma. v *5,   1743. -sg&j 23. ^MAIN in the Downs bis Maje-fty's Ship the. Aagofta, and the Friend's-Adventure Tender; the Trytoo, Macnamarra, for Sou.h-Bubary; Flemifig/Donkin, for ftirbadoes ^ Indian Queen, Mack-{Well, for Virginia ; Mermaid, !Jame�, for Newfoundland ; Mi-nabilla, Blake, for Lisbon ; the - Charles, Aliingham, for Mary- land; d'Argent, Fowell, "for Oporto. Arrived the Pretty Patfey, Blake, frota lii/bon-; /jSfaricy, .Wagennan, from *Maryland 4 ana tteWilHam and Betty, Smithy from Briftol. Grave fend, May 23. Pafs'd by the Three Brothers, Jab-fcerfon, from-Amiga*? Henly, Janverin ; and Pretty Pat-fey, Blake, from Ii/bon } Georgtus Packet. Mackl.u!in, from New-England; Sarah,' Hawes, from Antigua. Grave/end, Marzj.. PafsM by Sarauel and Elizibeth, 'Rowla'tlbn, from Rotterdam;: SaHy, Henry f and Britan-tiia, Sharps fibmCarbluia. Arrjved at feveral Ports. The Prifctffa, Carter, j       Maria, Blackman ; and 'Britannia, Blachibrd, from London, are arrived at Bar-iadoei. The Neptune, Dewer, from Antigwa and New^Eitgland; and Port^Galiy, Fr1did^Pi^&\H&am i'andffhe Lilly, Towhiehd,'from Oporto, of paver. The Diamond, GoafJy, from .Gibraltar, in the Downs, in 15 Days. L Q N  DON. Some Letters from Versailles fay, that when the .Deputies or Envoys from Tunis had their Audience of the D�u-^)hin,-they told him, among other Things in their Harangue,'that their RepubHck, in making Peace with France, Tiad declared War againft Great Britain. From Paris we hear, the Parliament of Metziflucd an Arret the 13th inltant, N. S. whereby they annul all the Sentences and Decrees of the Council of Luxemburgh, relating to the Abbey of St, Hubert, and declare that Council incompetent Judges of the Affair. The French King, it is (aid, has granted a confiderablePenfion to the Abbot of St. Hubert. �ExtraB of a Let let. from Stockholm^ May 17.. hr. S. * A few Days fihce an Efttmate was laid befoa the I)yv * et, of the Funds extraordinary, deffitadfethe Cnargei' * of the approaching Campaign, in cafff'the Congrefs" of �* Abo fliould breik up without EfitcV as ihall Appearance * it will. Recording to. this, Eftimate We are alreidy fare * of 50000 Crowns, which thi Eaft-India Company,, efla- * bliuYd at Gottenburgh, is to furnifh by way of Free' * Gift ; befides 8000 Crowns to be furnifla'd by the Infu- * ranee Company.-- -It4ras-aHbbeen reckoneo^tbarTlear * 1,200,000 Crowns will be paid into the Exchequer be-  ' Hobp-Pefticoats, ahd fotne oiher Things' which are' not * abfoiately neceflary.  Befides thefe Articles, 8 per Cent. * is to be dednfttd out of the Salaries of PoftV and Em- * pldyments, both Civil and Military, Penfibns, and Per- * quifiresof whatever.Nature they may be, which will ' produce near a Million of Crowns.* ' ' _ They write from Francfort, that Keftadt, a very commodious Caftle on the Main, fituate-within four Leagues of that City,'*rid half a League from Haaau, is how'pi (died upon for his Majelly's Quarters, Friedberg in Wetteravia being judged too far from the Army. FroraDuffcldorp wie hear, 'thatthey have fent away a good Number of Recruits to'/Bavarian1 for the Palatine' Tropps'ihth^EmiWrorV Service, which have loft above VQbb Men "of lately Sicknsfs^nd.I?ereruon, and perhaps by the Sword too/ tho> they don't care to own it. Extra3 of a �rivatitetter ^rom Paris',^M*)> 25, N.S. * The PHyfictanV 'and^d^c^'wIwm',.'.tlie.-'�nfao^.DoQ. � Philip Has demanded of our Court for the Service of his. � Tixiopsr ^^a^^cofffively'for Savoy. Upwardriof � ihrecMillfoES'oFLlVresKave^been^Iately remitted'-hither � frbmTOadtfd;~anfr^ herice to the Spa- * mlh Army in Savoy.' It is faid, that an Exprefs is -arrived from Commodore Knowles, with an Account of &eforrendcrof LaGucire, and PortoiCayallo. They write from Antigua,. that there are feveral Spanjih. Privateers cruizing about the Leeward Iftands, which had taken feven Sail of Ships, bound from1 North America for the Wed^tnSies^and-^cartied them all into Goardaloupe, (a FrenchIflh^) rall^hieh'Prizes werf' fi^ there for Privateers^ and-wereto-Be' mamfd wjth'FVench'men, who had got SjP*�ifh Comraiffions.- Thefe Proceedings have made the inhabitants of the- Leeward Iftands very uneafy, and mdeed "not without Caufe ; fora Privateer lately landed Part of her Crew at theEaft End of, St Chriffophers, and carry'dbfF 32 Negroes from'Lieutenant-General Fleming's Eftate. Tneir Apprehenfions are the greater, as not having' oae Mzu-ol War-to-prote&-theov,- ,all the Staiioiv Ships being gone with Commodore Knowles to La Guerre. Another Spanish Privateer has cut out of Barbuda, a very �ne new Bermudas Sloop, belongmg to; Mr.^Stofvendr of Antigua.  _ >.;     '' Ycllerday. Advice came that the Jdeph^^es, from London to Genoa, is taken by the Spaniard^ in'the Gut of Gibraltar. .>  ; -f There is alfo Advice, that two Brigs, ene Snow, and afmall Veffel, are taken j but their Namejt are not mentioned. , i Letters from.Holland inform us, that dittfTown of Zie-rickzee, which was the only-one in Zealand that oppofed the March cf the 20,000 Men, has now^eaafented to it, and delivered the Payment1 of her Quota In the Money-Subfidy to the Queen of Hungajry,for tie     Year. Yefterday Mr. Scott, a young Gentleman, Son of Mr. Scott of Greenwich, was unfr.r:unately drbwoed as he was coming up the River from Woolwid^ hf 6lling out of a Boat. ,.7 Yeflerday Judith A^nqan was eonjnjittipi � Clcrkeawell Bridewell, by Col, De Veil,for rpbbmg�h  Mr. James Kennedy, foundupon?htir. As was Thomas Bowers to the fam e place, by ihe feme Gentleman, "for taking but of the Houfe of-Mr. Riehard Shears, a Parcel of. Money, hisi Property. As was likewife Elizabeth Murphy, for privately "picking the Pocket of Mr. George Walterx>fa Ax and Thirty Shilling Piece of Gold. Irjfli Stuffs when made to Perfection, in a beautiful planner, wear well, -and are gen-eel 'andhf^iqijflble ; ,The : Warehoufe the Corner of the QId.jBady.on;.|Uidgate  �743- ? ^EyjluR*yMugy Monlieur     G  E   R   M -A  M. Likewife the. celebrated C M S A R    P O L A ,Mi B I O, Who performs a new Exercife founded on the-Principles-of-th* Mathe-maticks, much admir'd by the Curious. To which will be.rev)ted anEntertainraentof Singing and Dancing, caU'd The HARLOT'S  PROGRESS. The Charafter of Harlequin by Mr. PHILLIPS ; And the Charafter of MhVKitty to be perform'd by Mrs? PHILLIPS, (From the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.) Concluding with a Grand TYROLEAN DANCE, by Mr. Shaw-ford, and others. %* The Doors will be open'd at One o'Clock during the Holidays, and begin at Two o'Clock ; and likewife again at Six o'ClKk. WHEREAS the Ship Tinley, Captv COLLINS, Mafter, from Rotterdam to Lcndonx was coming up the River Thimes, and by Accideat fet on Eir$, and there belag two Cafes with Cambricks, mark'd qyk, which are miffing, "an4 fuppofed to be ftollen or conveyrd out of the laid Ship. Whoever will give Information of the faid Two Cafea of Cambrickt, or any Part thereof, to Meff Hayes and Canham, at their Office in Caftle-Alley, Comhill, mall upon fjch full Difcovery, feceife" of them 0*t Hundred Pounds Reward for the whole, or in Proportion for any Part of the laid Goods. MwrtifemwU of a moderate Length are taken in for tbii Paf* it Two Shilling. each. 0-/A   

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