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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 4, 1743, London, Middlesex                                S A T U R D A Y,  June 4,   1743,  I'-.i'.li* lil- in the Downs toe An. < gttfta, and Deal-Calile Men of ;War, an* the Stfpply Tranfportr Aaguftus C^(^�;Ba6pf6nY the|-Safannah.Wood * ahd-thei Italian. Merchant, Ribae, for Leghorn^ Fleming, Daflkin, fof Barbadoe'l .TrytDnrK!a6aanmf ray attd ;Agap; flair, Dobfori, for Scuihfc*r&ry i*, m.....      . Indian Queerij Maclclwell j anC- the Baltimore^ Biggi,- for Virginia ; Charles, ;Allingham ?-and Neptune, Bartholomew, for Maryland i the^ikim.^ Tomltnfoh, for Gibraltar* Argyle, Ray; 'aha Tyger, ? White, for.Portmahone* the Queen of HuBgarjv Campion, for Uibon; the Happy Couple, Jone<, for BriftoL Came down Charrning.Sufanoah, Scott, for South Caroli-. mi  �      �, Story, for Gibraltar-; and Sarah, Barrel, for Dublin.  Thetwp Ships for Oporto are faired to the Weft-ward. Wind S.byW. .    , f Grave/end, June 2.   PafsM by the DeKght, Oakes, bom Norway; and Union, Arftey, from <5uerozey.  LONDON. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. Extra&of'� Letterfrm(ConiffahtHtiple^ April    N.S.  The Porte no longer makes a M yfte/y of her War- * like Preparations againft Perfia. A powerful fleet is fit* " ting out, which is to be employed iri the iiiack.Sea, and ' will be commanded by theCapta'in-Bafbaw, or High- * Admiral. Orders have likewife .been iffued for iflanblmg * -a numerous Army, - which is to- be commanded *by the * Grand Vfeir in Perfon.  The Grand S-'gnior would have * been very glad if that Prime Minifler, who is greatly * beloved by the People, could have jbtid at Home, .becaufe * there' is none fo fit as he to quell any Tumult that might * happen in this Metropolis: But on the Remohftrances of � the Divan and the reft of the Minifters, his.Highnefc at � Tail confenttd that he (hall go and head the Army. � Befiies this grand Army, there is to be an Army of * OWervation under the Command of the late Grand Vizir, * who is to be made a Seraflcier on this Account.  In the * mean time, fevsral Parties are gone to the Frontiers to re-' connoitre the Enemy, and fee where it is that they aflem- * ble the greateft Part of their Forces: The March of the * Ottoman Armies will not be fettled *dil we receive certain �InteUigence^n this Head. �. We hear that Schacb Nadir is returned frona Perfia, � with fach,great Reinforcements, that he has alread)ffbr- � med ronje Armies of 100,000 Men each ; the; firft marches by Cabardra, the fecond takes its Rome thro* * Georgia/ and the third ts likely to ftay at Efzernrov -^-We-are afraid here that the old Kan of the Tartars^. � whom the Porte depofed fame Time" ago, keeps a1 Cor- 1 * Tefpondence withtherBerfians 5 which, if trtte, will Hot ' a little contribute to Ae-Succefs of the Enemy's Defrgtrt,   be prevailed upon to. obftrocY the � March^of the Perfurts. The Porte is likewife afraid 'Vthat.theVe is ah Underfbrnding'between theScJiach' and * the jJa&awof Babyjpn. , *� ' According to Letter* from Stockholm of the 27th of laft Month; ,N.8. Lieutenant Colonel Lirigeiv brdfight fever from, AVnewProppfeb of'Peace Trip to the Xburt of ^uflia, lyhich were .brought under Debate the 2tft:by the fie^wte^-the'iSecjetCommittee/ and ^the Deputies of the four Orders of the Kingdom.  Thtfe Proportions ore as follow,   '; ' ' '     ' TaieEmprefs of all the Ruflu's, in order to (hew how i fhewiihes {oi'jarPea^with Sweden.4 declare* ;that ihe is difjpofed to conclude one upon tho following Coh- ___L,_That a new..Regulation of Limits Jhajl be agreed upon, by which the River. Kymen ftiall part the Dominions of': the ^wd-'CrownJr fo that Roma flsdl 'keep,  as con-^aeted'Coun&ies.oWillmanfeand with^ts- Difttift, 'Frede-jnckfham and its Diftrift alfo, and the Territory ofKy-Wfcoe^d/JwithiitstDepaklwicies.' ; -'! i > ' \ -*-i�?-A� that Part of^heGre�kDatchy of Finland, which Uwbetwe^ft th^River.Kymtn;atrf the; Sea; fcr1 be rtltWd %MJfi^ftww      with mmnmik f The Awides of-the.Treaty (of-Wyiiadt, which relate to Trade and Navigation between thetwo Natiohrflndl 4. Thit^i�^:^n^Esnpa ,of thefc, Advaint^ges, ^|he States -of"-th�iKfcwr ,vv�- - > ; e;  � �� ^ ^    >"- Letters from Cologne fay, that on the 4th and cthjn-ftant, N.S. a ^etaebment of the HigMarjders pailed' thro' that'Town in going to the Armyjon^he Main.   ' ; 7 ^h^irRc^alHij^bneues the Prince and Ppncefs of Wales, wfm-feveralrPerfons of Diftinction, fpent the Evening Yeierday^-Vanrtall.Gajfdeiai.-^   �.; v   . i Yefterday two of the Highlanders, who had feparaied from, the reft, and were taken in the Country, were brought totheTower," guarded bya PafQr of Soldiers. Yefterday Catherine Hill was committed to Clerkenwell Bridewell, by Col. De Veil,.for decoying into the Fields near Cavehdilh-fquare, EliBabeth Hfiwfbn, an Infant about five Years of Age, affaulting her .there, putting her in. fear of.her Life,, and. felonioufly. robbing her of a Silver Locket, found upon the faid Catherine Hill. As was Magdalen Hammoud, to the fame Place, for robbing her readyv-furnifiVd Lodgings,' of a quantity of Houfbold Goods, the Property ofMr. John Hudfen. At,Rl)tKHOLT-HOUSE, .near I^w-.Layto'n. ,in,Ef^ fex, on Monday next, (and to be continued during the , Septan) will be a Grand Concert of Vocal abd Inftrumentai Mufick. The Vocal Part by Mr. LpWE,. apd Others. Tickets to be delivered at the Door, for the Breakfafting at 1 s. 6 d. each. AndTor the Evening EmeVtamrnent^ each Per(bn>fter One b'Clock, to pay 6 d. ^ The MujRc^Tri the .M6rnijig to begin at Nine, and continue, *pli;7Wo 5 %e Evening at Four, and continue the ufu^l Time ; and during Break fail-Time, no Perfon to /moke in the Hall or Gardens.-And Whereas the Pleafahtnefs of the ^Gardens, Fountains, Canals, &c. has -occafioned diverfe of the Nobility, Gentiy, &c. to refort-thpre. on,the,Sabbath-Day, to-jwalk ; Notice is hereby given, that in Ofder tp ke�p Perfons out, that may give Oftence. to them, None V�uli(p!e admitted but wi ha Ticket, which will be delivered at (he Door, at One Shilling ; and that no Advantagejmay>.be mvle, the fame is ordered to be taken for the'Ordiriary.at Two o'clock, or in any other Reckoning.^- $f.B. Tie Doors free, with French Horns and Breakfafting every Day iri the Week, except he above-mentioned; and every Thing as reafonab'e as at any Houfe whatever \ and the Nobility, &c. may, have any Quantity of^Fift, either Alive or drefs'd, the b^rf of Cooks, being provided. IRELAND. Dublin, May z%. Laft Thurfday died. Mr. Thomas Durham, Se'jeant Major of the Royal Hofpital near Dublin, Aged 106. He was remarkably ftrong, reained his Senfes to the laft, and was never known to be ill, until about a Fortnight before he died. OnWednefday laft died'of an Inflammation of the Lungs, greatly lamented, John Tucker, Batchelor of Laws,' an eminent Advocate in the Spiritual Courts. ' Yefterday died Mrs, Kearrian, Wife to Mr. Kearnan, an eminent Merchant in Mary's-lane. On Tuefdsy laft the RjghtJH[o.nubeiarl of.Math rm-baik'd'for England. High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 54 Minutes after^. { 1  * Bank Stock 148 1 2th a 3 8ths. India Ditto 19^. South Sea Stock 115 1 4th. Ditto Old Annuities' i 15 i 4|h. a 3. 8ths.  tDitto-;New 115 7 8|hs.   ,Three ;per 11 naif. Cent. ;AnhMties 164"J SthVVi half! ^itto 1742, 104 3;8thsa i;half. jDjtto 1743, toi 3 4ths.a 5:8ths. JWil-lion Bank 117. Equivalent 111. Royal Afforance 35*. Loudon A�nxance 11 3 4ths. ^Englim-Copperditto 4I. 10 s. Welch ditto no Price. African no Price. Seven per Cent! Emperor's Loan 1.19. Five per. Cent.;^^) �78.' Bank Circulation y 1! 5 *. �Pr. India Bonds i * s. a 13 *�Pr; Three' and a half Salt TallieJ11 i ^tli'Pr. Three and a half per Cent^i^uirO>diBn ill. 13 s. &d\ % S A D L JER)^ELXS.-T -SADLER's-WELLS,* adjoining to _ rht New-River Bead, tBis Day, ^Bepoc^tA'd'' ^ 11 ~m::vsv: ax t>ir e�si q s. With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting, by ftlonf. GVILIOME nd'SignqrFRANeiSCINI, latelyarriv'd from Paris; Rope-Dan-cingiy the,two Mils RAVNERS. Polrares, and ferera] new EtjuiKbres, by Mr. Rayner. . *"With' Dwa^'r^om'�'Sa4mii 'aad^'ColnlefpttficaEiMy A Scotch .Dance by MafterMattfaews and Mift Wr^it. A new' Grand Dance,' caTJ'd ~Lt TXafqiitrade; " by "MrVDaViajport, �    � v;:n  by, MonA Fromont, Mr. DarenpDrt, Mr. Milct,'Mrs. BuJJock, and others. With .feverai hew Songa by .Mr.-Hemflurk and Mi<*.HIU4ER.   Concluding with aa Entertainmeiit of Dancing, call'd' V ti L C A N' s - ' N E T T S. " ' To begin �Teiyl�ning at Fhreo'CIocki ^ . i i ai j. in I- ii  ;i) ii ii'i-�, in    'ii-ri G O O D M A N's-F I E L D S.- AT the NEW WELLS the bottom of L*mm-Jlnet,Gcximan\-Fici  Singing by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunningham, and Mw. Hill. And the Company cf Hungarian*, ScTa�Sniani, Paadaurt, and  - -i ...  Croat*, will perform      '^i ,f    ( SEVERAL NEW, E XERCISES. s* Every One vrill it admitted for a Pitt ef Wm s-pitet ti ufval. To begin every Night at Five o'clock. AdyerttfmtnU cf a moderaU Length are taken in for this Pafrr if two Shillings iacb.   

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