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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 1, 1743, London, Middlesex the Loadoa Daily Poft, and General Advertifer. N*HB 4687 WEDNESDAY, June i, 1743. Deal, 30. [3 Morning -the Tenders failed for the fever, '".ftemkm in the _ Doms the AognftaMan of.War; \^Jainar, a SwedifiiShip from Eaft-fadias Aoguftos Gaenr, Hampton } the Safannah, WocxH and theI6liah'Merehant;"RiBierfor y Leghdrh^ Fleming, Dunkin^for Barbadoe*;Tf^^V^caajxism; . _ , v ah^ Agadairv I)oHbn; for Scnih zjirhary; Indian Queen, Maddwell; and the Baltimore, Bi^s, for Virginia ; Charles, AUtoghadi; and Neptune, Bartholomew, for Maryland; Pelham, TdJofinfon, for Gibraltar* Argyle, B9y ;^and^ Tyger, "White? Ibr, Port Mahone; the Queen"of Hungary,.,tampion, forli&on; l^mbert, Haymari; ahdStdbington' Whitborn'; for Oporto} Happy Couple, Jones, for Brirrol. Came down.-Happy-Grieve, Chapman, for Arandel. Arrived the Dike of Cornwall, from Falmouth. . Wind S. W. Grave/end, May 30. Pais'd by-Mary Yacht, Bridges, from Holland^ Sarah Prize* lolly 1 .and Catherine, Williams, from ditto ^ andBuke Demar, Tiller, from Boloign. The Harry and Betty, Farrington ; and the Grofvenor, Brown, .from Oporto, are arrived at Chefter. The Judith, Pain, from Oporto, a- Harwich. LONDON. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. They write from Naples, that sorwithftanding the Neu-trality which the Court profds themfelves inclined to ob-fcrve, Orders are iffoed for making a new Augnienbtioa fee
..., ' And the Part of Miranda by Mn.Clive. With Singing by Mr. Beard and Mr. Lowe. To which will be added a Farce, calTd The M O C K-D O C T O. H #* As we could net have our Benefit on Saturday lift, the Com'* panv are fb kind to play for us at the Theatre-Royal In Lincolns-Ina Fields i we humbly hope our Friends will exenie the DUappoihtment, (It not being in our Power to avoid it) and favour uswith their Com7 pany on Friday next j when Tickets delivered out for the zStfai of May for Dnuy-Laae> will be taken that Night at Lincobu-Inn fields. - - _- _ Eait-India-Houfe, May 27, 1743.^. rH E Court of Dire&ors of the United Com-pany of Merchants of England, trading to the Ea/ir Indies, do hereby give Notice, that a Quarterly Central Court of the faid Company,
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