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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 26, 1743, London, Middlesex                                The Ldfidon Daily Poll, and General AdvertiFer T H U R S D AY,   May 26,   1743. �cal, May 24. RRIV'D Su&ftnah, Bradflnw; Ruby, -Peers ; Betfy, Smith ; Port-Gaily, Friend* Mary, Kil-vertoh; Lilly, Townfhend; and St."}obn, Long, from Oporto. Came down Auguftus Uefar, Hampton^ and Italian Merchant, Ribie, Tor Lefchofn j Britannia, Prbcldr, for Oporto; Pe.bam, Tomlinfqn, for Gibraltar; At-gyfc, Ray; and Tyger, White,/for Port Malione^ Holland, Elgate, forBriltol j and rerhaih with the'Auguita Man of War, the Tender, and the Outward-bound.  Wind Grave/end, fAay 24. Pafs'd 'by Higharn, Wood, Trom Rotterdam ; Nancy, Waggeman, from Maryland ; St. Aogaftin, Kirvan, from Lifbin ; Ydfrnodth, Davis, Trom Norway; Elizabeth, Legrofe, from Jerfey-j Prellon, Hal-lam, from Oporto; Chandoi, G.ifcths, from Rotterdam; Townfend, Ivie, from Lifbon. Arrived at federal Ports. The ^Prince of Orange, 'Adams, from Boftoh, is arrived at1 Antigua. The Trimmer, Rediard ; and SuGcef, Hill, from London ; and Loyal Richard, 'OBriah, -from Cork, at Liibon. The Pheenix, Ellis, from'Gertba, nt'Leghorn. The William and Anne, "'Mdbie, frorJa Dunkirk, at Gibraltar. The Samuel, Cole, from Antigua ; and -London Merchant, Hill, from London, atDblin. The Charming-Molly., M'Kitriek, -from t5t. Kitt% at the-Ifle of Man. The Anne, Dennis, from Carolina, at Cowes. The Merryfield,-, from Oporto, at Plymouth. The Martha, Bond, from Oportu,iat'Briitol. The Henrietta, Gely; Jhduftry, Rffotvterj andityf-brack, Dornford, from Oporto, eff Dover. "The Two'Bettys, Campbell, from Africa, at Penzance. LONDON. By the Mail Yefterday from -Ftence-we find, that the French Goort own the Lofs of the Battle'Cf Braunau, wifh all its Circumftanees in favour of the AiiftriaBS. Andalfo th'dt a'large Detachment of � PrinceGhar-les^s Army, -afterwards came up with' the French,' in their Retreat, and cut off" about 1000 of them. We'Srcaflured, that TioEtfprefi is yet: affivetf from Com -modpre Knowles, concerning nis'Atiack -of -La Guerre ,-but .'.there are-many Letters from- LiVbon, -which. &y, that the Commodore1 has aftaaliy taken -La-Guferre artd 'J?orto eavaMo; aucHbimeof Ae'Betters*ate fo"particular as to ttention, that the/EffglinVfato'd �6 'Pieces of fine Brafs Ordriahce in the'firft mention*d Place, &c. We hear from 'Avignon, that the late Duke of Qrrnond, refides in that City, 'arid IJves-Mi -great-State'and Splen'ddr ; bat cobftantly refiffes'a!!1 Offers frtfti the Crown of Spain, oT entering into their Service agaiaft hi* Native Country. They write from Dunkirk, that the Governor of that. Towir.i*of late extreamty-C6niteMs'tor�he-Eng1?m Tteders fetded' there; that! no SpanrnY Privateers 'ai'e'faffered' to enUrtheHarb0ur,',Unlersrf6rced,m>by "Sttefs'of Weather, or Wafrit ofTfovifions, and then obliged to deparc immediately after they are furnifhed. Letter-from PJjmnttb, May it. * Juft now came in the Merry field, Ramfon, f.om Oporto "forTopfhanj} whofe Hands were prefs'd by the Tender '� beloriging- to the. Jerfeyf Mm 'of War," Which is but on a "Cfirae.-^-The f iJ Tender fpokeYeftefday with a Vef-*'{c\from'theCanaries, bound to Rotterdam, which gave r�,an Account, that the'Depcforrf Man of War had taken a ' rich Caracca Ship, and carried her into' Llfbm-^Arid, '"thattke Fox Man ofWSrhad taken a Sp'.mfh'Dogger ' Privateers�andwfthr*er two'Merchant"Ships; wMch the 'ifaicTWv^riad^jSirbeiftre ttkeh; On''Thefdayl  her'-Guns over-bWHrd^andtfcveral ctfterStottsafter* which, in:Lat.49. 2o.-{bn thtf 14th Wft.) The-ivas taken'by a Spanilb .Privateer, of,4-5&rfJ3ge'and 12 Sivi^el Guris, and.^o'Men, who took out the'Mate and four of the Hands, and put 16-Spa-imrdson-ooard her, with Orders to  proceed - to B ilb aa ; butthe>tiextDay;fhe 'fell lin^With';hisr Majefty's"9hip the PHhcefs-Mary/Capf. Smifh/whdire-todk her, anduking oat the Spaniards, fent her home.---There � was on board the/Jenny, -when taken, 'John ColletforvEfq; Son of Sir John Golletfonr Bart, artd ieveral Other  P^ffengers, livhO'alFagree, thaf the" Spaniards es'd' thent'With greater CjvUjjies than they could ppiBSbly-expeft ; theJOmters hot itiffering anything to be taken from them, treated them with the beft Provjfions ton. board, andaflbred them that they mould not be confin'd, when brought into"Bilbo^.-^All thefe Civilitres, We areihfbrm'd, were owing' to the generous' Treatment, they' themfelves received from Captain Martin, by whom they were taken fome time ago, and after being us'd in the.moft^generous manner, were landed in France, whereby they had an immediate Opportunity of returning home. I.. * Evtraff of a hetttrfi-om HorthzmpTim, dand May 24. ' The Highlanders that defer ed from Barnet are jail now brought into this Town, under a Guard of General  Wade's Horfe, who took them in-a Wood near Keue-' ting in this'COuhcy. 1 he Horfe ufed no Violence, but ' bekt theWood round \ and the Highlanders furrendered, ' anddeliver'd up their Arms on Sunday Night laft at � Twelve c'Clock.' Private Letters crofifm, that the French are pot to great Straits to recrairing ttrsir ArrKy ; that they drag ont the poor Peafants of 14 and 15 Years of Age, hand-cuff them, and fend them to the War,; that the jpefertion of their Troops in Germany is furprifing, efpecially from the Irifh Regiments; and a Gentleman writes from Francfort, that great Numbers of their Deftrters daily pafs through that City.  We are infertred from ftav/e-de-grace, that two Spa-ni(h Privateers, -one�of 130 1 oas, and 18 Carriage Guns ^ and the other ot 90 Jons, and -^'Camage'Guns.bjth full of 'Men, (who had .put in for Provifiomj-failed from thence on Tue'fday fe'nnight, on^ Cruize. Ye^lerday came Advice, -that the ^Mary, Quinlan, from Cork 'to Gibraltar, is taken by the Spaniards, and carried into Alguizares. As-isalfo the Mercy, Wright, bound from Newcaftle to Gibraltar. Yellerday died after a tedious Tllnefs, at his Houfe in Bloomfbury-Squa're, Sir Chnr'es Wager, Knt. Treafurer of the-Navy >; a Gentleman of ^very great Humanity ignd Charity. 'Yelterday fe'nnight died in Scotland, Sir Alexander Murray'of'Stanhope, ;&art. As did alfo Jjhn~Hepburn, of Homble, Efq; Lai\ -Night the Corpi'e of Mrs. Sanderfon, who died a few Days fince at her Houle in LirfColns-Inn Fields, in an advanced Age, was buried in the Temple, neaT the Remains 6f her dec^afed Hufband Charles Sanderibn/Eftj; Solicitor in Chancery, who died in -the 7 f the Highlanders, *vho h:d feparated hiwfclf from the Body of thofewhodeferted, was-brought to Town"from St. Albans, urrder^aGuard, an.! committed ro'the Savoy. Yefterday-Elizabeth Kinderly-was committed by-Col. De Veil, to Clerkenwell Bridewell,.for. lalfely fweaiing a Robbery cotnmi ted upon her, near the FiveiField- and Chelfea Road, on Account of which flie figh'd and fwore to an.Information againft Samuel Webb, and Philip Wcbfter, -that they had committed the faid Robbery, .putting he - in Fear, and taking two Gold Rings"from-her ; but the faid Webb, being onty conrmitted for'farrixer'TExaminaticn, fhecame before the faid Jaftrice to be bound over to profecute him, inftead of which, (he voluntarily acknowledged her Crime, declaring there never was fuch a Robbery committed, that all fhe had fworn was falfe, and' that me was putupon.it by 'one John Wright, a noted Gambler, which being fworn by anotherPerfon to coMfirm;her-Declaration, Webbwasdif-charged, -and the faid Kindefly committed former falfe Swearing, as was immediately afterwards the faid John Wright'to* Newgate.I for the Subornation ofPerjury, p.-ov'd on the Oath ef Rebecca Burgefs. At the CocoaTTree in Johnfon's-Courtat-Cbaring-Crofs, is to be fold, good Harts horn Jellies, at Two Shillings a-Dozen ;'the Sign of the White-Lion being at the Entrance of the faid Court, near the Gown Warehoufe.   Attendance from' Nine in the Morning till. Nine at Night. -The Pamphlet this Day publifh'd by M. Cooper, in, Pater-nofter Row, entitled, An Enquiry into the Seat of the immediate Organ of Sight, (with a View Of (hewing that that Part of the Eye call'd Choroids, contrary to the receiv'd Opinion, is that Organ) is the.Subject of a Ledture lately; given by Dr. Taylor, at his Houfe in Great Qaeen-Street, Lincoih's'-Inn Fields, in which, theje .is fome Account of hisSuccefs in the Cure of the Difeafes of the Eye, and of the Authors cited by him in his Lectures. io   be   SQL D, - AFreehold Eftate at Edmontm, in the ' County of MiddUfex, about fix Miles from London, confirming of a large Houfe in good Repair, (with or without the Furniture therein) Coach-Honfes, Stabling for fe�n Horfes, a Barn, Brew-houfe, Dove-houfe, and feveral other Outboufct and Conveniences ; �with nine* Acres of Land, Part of which is a Garden well planted, and in good Orfer, with Fifh-ponds therein well ftored, and the New-River Water laid into the Houfe. Enquire of Mrs. Hartley,, at the Tea Canifter, in Hatton-Garden. Bank Stock 147. India Ditto 190 1 half. South Sea Stock 1131 half. Ditto Old Annuities 114 3 8ths. Ditto New 115 1 4th. Three per.iCeot. Annuities 103.3 8ths-a 14th- Di to 1742, ;�>3 3 8ths a 1 4th. Ditto 1743, 1 co 3 8ths a 1 4th. Million Bank 117.. Equivalent 111. Royal A flu ranee 81 3 4ths. London Afturance 11 5 Sths. Engliffa Copper ditto 41. 10 s. Welch ditto no Price. African no Price. Seven pel-Cent. Emperor's Lo;m 119. Fife per Cent, ditto 77 3 8ths. Bank Circulation 5 1. Prem. Indii Bonds 4 1. 15 s. ai6s. P^em. 1 hree and a half Sale Tallies 2 1 4th Pr. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Krem. Three per Cent, ditto 1 1 half Difc. Lottery Tickets nl. 10 s. 6 d. Pr. DKURY-LANE For the Benefit of Mr. MORGAN,^ Mr. WALKER, and Mifs WRIGHT. By His Majcfy's Company of Comedian', AT the Theatie-Roval in Drury-Lane, this Day, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd The    S  T R A   T   A  G  E  M. The Part of Archer to be perform'd by Mr. GAR RICK ; Mrs. Sullen, Mrs. WofB igton ; Aim well, Mr. Delane j Boniface by Mot an j Scrub, Mr. Mack.1 n ; Fsigard, Mr. Yates; Sullen, Mr, Winftonej Gibbet, Mr. Neale ; Sir Charles J^reeman, Mr. Blakes. Lady Bountiful, Mrs. Crofs ; Dorinda, Mis. Pxhchard ; CSierry, Mrs Ridout $ Ciipfey, Mils Minors. . With Entertainments between the ASs, viz. Aft "I. A Scotch Dance by Mafter Matthews and Mifs Wright. Aft II. ATambouiine by Mafter Matihews and MifsW-right, atm the Manner .of the Moots. Aft Ill-and IV. Singing by JVfa.Lowe. Ait V. A Concerto on the German Flute by Mr.&. Thumoth. To which will be added; , the King and the Miller 'vf Mansfield. The Xing, hy Mr. Winftone; the Miller, Mr. Morgan j Joe, Mr;Lowe ; -Dick, Mr. Blakes j Peggy, "Mrs.'King j Margery, Mils Bennet,; Kate, Mrs. Ridout. Boxes 5^.    Pit 3s.    Firft Gallery ji.   TJpper Gallery 1 s. To.begin at Six o'clock. %* On Saturday next The BUSY BODY. For the benefit of Mr.Stephens, Mr.BTOoks, Mr. Waters, and others. S A D L E R's-W ELL S.- AT SADLER'S-WELLS,, adjoining to  the New River -Head, th is Day, wiir be pefform'd Tbe USUAL DlVEKSJOM With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting, .by Monf. GUiLIQME arid "Signor TRAN"CISeiNI, lately arriv'd from Paris j Rope-Dancing.by the two Mifs^AYNERS. Po'ftures, and feveral new Equilibres, -by Mr. Rayner. "With.Danciag(both.Serious and ComkJ particularly A Grand Dance, call'd TbcToljy, by Mnnf..Fromont, and others. A Scotch Dance by Mafter Matthews ^andMiis Wright. A Grand Entertainment o� Singing andDznang, call'd Tbt jimni. cam Triumph*vcr
                            

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