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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 30, 1743, London, Middlesex Hie London Daily Poll, and General Advertifer. Numb. 26*8f. MONDAY, May 30, 1743. %)eaU May 28. IRRIVED theCoImara, aSwedifh Ship from Eaft-India ; and the Dove, JPord, from Carolina. Remain in the Downs the Augufta Man of War ; Supply Transport, and Infant -Duke, and Levant -Tenders i the Anguftos Csefar, Hampton $ the Sufannah, Wood; -and Italian- Merchant, Ribie, Tor Leghorn * Fleming, Dunkin, for Barbadoes; Try ton, Macnamarra; and Agadair, Dob-fbn, for South Barbary ; Indian Queen, Mackfwell ; and Baltimore, Biggs, for Virginia ; Charles, Allingham ; and Neptune, Bartholomew, for Maryland; Pelham, Tom-linfon, for Gibraltar j Argyle, Ray ; ami Tyger, White, for Port Mahone; the Queen of Hungary, Campion, for Iifbon; Lambert, Hayman; and Stubington, Whitburn, for Oporto; and the H�ppy Couple, James, for Briftol. Wind S.W. blows hard. Grave/end, l/lay z8. PaA'd by Mediterranean, Gregg, from Leghorn ; Bridget, Kerwan, from Montferrat; and Providence, Mitchel, from Oporto. Arrived at federal Ports. The Webfter, Stevens, from London, is arrived at Dublin. The Friendfliip, Redmond ; and Clayton, Hamer, from ^London, at Montferrat. LONDON. Yefterday arrived the Mails from France and Flanders.. Letters-from Copenhagen of the 20th Jnftant, N.S. fay, $iat the Marriage between the Prince Royal of Denmark and a Princefs of the Royal Family of Great-Britain, which has been fo long talked of, is certainly agrtrd upon, end that they expected it would be declared at Court in a few Days. ExtraS ef a Letter from Barcelona, May \z, NS. * The Court having been informed, that the Army of ' thejnfant Don Philip was not yet able to undertake any ' Thing of Moment, notwithstanding all the Reinforce-' ments fent to it from Time to Time, and that it fcarce ' confided of 16000 Foot and 4000 Horfe, their Majefttes ' refolved to reinforce it further with feven BatalJions of ' Militia, and 16 Companies of Grenadiers. But as thefe ' Troops purfuant to their Capitulation, are not to ferve * out of the Kingdom, they declared one and all that they ' could not affent to march, becaufe it was contrary to * their Agreement, and becaufe the greateft Part of them *
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