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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 31, 1743, London, Middlesex veftiief. >8 4 T'U E S DA Y, May 31, 1743. May AMEdo*frthe Mirner, Legrofs/ Iftor-Ma^iantfj ^SntfTrertain'vvhh 1 the. 'MWi.' of. tyar; thft Tenders, and the-Outward-bound asktmylafi. .Wind &.W. : -I Gravefifat, May ioi'' PafiM 1>yfte Ati^ili'tWak^eldVana.; C^iqs",fe � � It is faid that Captain Martin,. Commander of the Prin-cefs Mary, jboqnxUo China,-died in his Voyage. �> * gui%,'; oTB>mt>J, lafely ar^v'd at:Barbadpes, that; in his \�oyage hje taetwith^o^^ who boarded hrtr> i .but having fufBckm Strength of Hands, he cleared Wntfelf of them, having kill'dfeven of their Men and one Black, without the Ixrfi of a Man on his Side. VQh.Satord(ay laftfet. out fromJiis Houfe in Pall-mall, Leonard Locltman, Efq; for Pflnfmouth, where he is to embark oh board the Bridgwater Man of War, for Rhode Ifland, of which Place he is appointed his Majefty's Judge of ,the Admtralr^, and CommMoher of Stores. tYefterday being Trinity Monday, the Elder Brothers of the Trinity-Houfe had a graiid Entertainment at Pon tack's, at which were prefent^^.Perfons of Diftinc, tron. y;'^'" .' -' ^Orders are given at the Tower to prepare Barracks for the Highlanders,, who are expected to be brought to Town thisDay/';, '"��_' > ' '-�')� 'y � " A feW Da^s ago died at Edinburgh Sir John Dalrymple of Cou!(land,.; Ba,rt,, ofle 0/ the, Prjfljtypal. Clerks^ cf.Sefliori, and 'Ring's Clerk to that CourtV a Gentleman.emineiMly remarkable forthe Love of his Cbtfntfyjito; improve which he!iV�*1d1oeither Money nor Laboan 1 ',f . - \ ' fTniyT^iiri'frdni- the Rev. Mr. Ed- manli^)^r^/^fe^ '�- Yph Wtdrfefday laft, about ?o o'CIock in the Morning cata* bh%:R>e .the. Trial of John Breads for jhe barba-^ I r q^grxaen*ta:be J GardnW,>iwre^mmitte^loNew^rifon^b^ :WJ�he feirmer L\rie#e?'wh'er^ v^':icb^eeti^4 'jSmity, ^ittt^^^^.^u^^/^na^' ^ tjjfjn, Itba^they are determniy hMl^^i^^V^eaM StatetLotteryj ta renew the Partnermip j;and that all-Bu-fin^s relating to thgf L6^'--nay^t^^?beifyfkh the greater1 Care arid Exa&hefs; they^continue at.their old Office in Stationers-Alley, near Ludgate-ftreet, being' free frmihejiuj^r^^ axe,, incommoded with. IRELAND. ^ Dublin, May 24. On Saturday laft arrived herefrom Lrfbbnj the Stt Catherine, Antonio DaSylva, Mailer, who wrtjboarded oh Tuefday laft off Sdlly by a Spanim Privateer^ from Bilboa, but finding no Papers on board which could give any Colour to make her a Prize, let her proceed on .her-Voyage. Early Yefterday Morning a Hunter belonging to the Right Hon. the Earl of Drogheda, ran from Monaftereven to the Upper-e4id of James's-ilreet, in two Hours and .fifty-;fev jt- Mr^?rett^ Mr. Cnnniagham, and Mrs. Hill. And tl�iCoarp3&�^ Pandours, and Croats, will perform SET'ETff R'CISES. #� Every'On mffJ/aditotted' for a Pint of Wine .apitu at ufual, ��, - To bi�te; fyt^md during- the Summer-Seafon, W.be' pafora'd The. tySUAL DIVERSIONS. To which will bie aoded'le�eraI new Exerafes^ by a Company of Hun-gariaftl, SdAiuSiiii^fm^t iod:.'Cr^�b.'�'jnfl arriv'd from their Tmvels.:! Paiticubrly^ % I ' ' , ". � SAl;Plf N R A G A T Z I, JaiOfifftet k^tmj�$$$6&, Bkewife'.flief, through a Hogftead, forces tixiitwoH" ' rfcxCajfe. pf.P&als at the tune Time* .IsQ'ihe'celebrated . !MPrno|||lc^^;:R;^ A N, Who r*rfor^;jthe^^%lfer(of.lthe FJagt, aid dances ajlggon the , ,. .jJMff&ope in z Patf.ofStUts. W^ Moh8^r|^ft#^�E1-R M A N. . vtt". v^lak^^Sifce celebrated ,C &^m&i$&OL, LvA-M B I o. Who ferrorms ^ai^fy^^^b^.ml^c Principles of the Mathe- Tbimik'vri^igl^^ Dancbg, l^^?P:.]RTP Gil ESS. awfbrd;' ~Mr. Johnfon, and Mn. Phillips, '-^yening at Five q^Clock. ted for a Pint eTWiiie as ulual. By Mr.Phit Bank Stock 148. India Ditto no Price. South Sea Stock 115. Ditto Old Annuities 115. Ditto New tie;' 3 8thsa 1 half. Three per Cent. Annuities 104. Ditto 1742, 104. Ditto 174$, to 1 J:8ths a t half. Million^ Bank 117. Equivalent in. Royal Atfurance 81 y 41 hfi London A durance 11 5 8ths. Etiglilh Copper ditto 41, to s.- Welch ditto no Price. African no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 119. Five per Cent, ditto 7&L Bank Circulation 5 1. 5 s. Pr. India Bonds 41. 17'?. a 14 s. Prem. 1 hree and a half Salt TallW 2 1 4th ft. ' Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Prerrr. Three per-Cent. ditto 1 1 4thDifc L >ttery Trckeft rr"I. iofe.^d. Pt. Admiralty-Office, May 23, -1743--- CT*// E Lords Commijftoners of the -Admiralty �* are pleafed to d'treci^ that all fucb difabled, or worn-out Seamen, nubo have been Minuted to be received infff tbt Royal Ho/fita/ at Greenwich, do make tbeir Appearance at this Off.
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