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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 9, 1743, London, Middlesex                                ______in the Daxtta the Au- - �gdteJ&arfWar. wfod E.&E.. ^ra^iid/^fiatey. PtfVd-by the'Molly; Morene, from DariN �dci�IWoiis;Boxer� Trbn/Rsjt" Seidarfif' Dorothy, -Otth, from ^Utek; and Peter and Aftrie, Hc4ion, from Norway. ^n*o*i>ett Jeveral Ports. The Friendihrjp.^acksi Providence, Ne^eomjjn j'.Mary, Hill* anf LoyalJudith, garret, from London^ are, arrived at Genoa. ^ V,, v The Leopard, Robinfon, from Leyemool, at Maryland. The Mamhead, Chappel, from London, at Ll^hbtn. ThcZir^fton, ChdhoUn, from St. Kitts, at Glafgdw. L O N D  Q   N. YeReidav arrived ihe Maifsjfrpm Prance and Flankers. Oar Aarices from the Head Quarters of Prince Charles of Lorrain's Array, are sdated M�y 25, N.S. and ran- thus,; " ........- It ii thought his Royal Highnefs's Defign is to pafs the v Banube, inordertofeek the French in the Upper Palatinate," and at the fame time, join Prince Lobkotvite if there be Gccafios, fome Regiments of .that Prinofs Army being It-ready arrived at Nieder Ataich.' ;0u.r,Tfridgeen the Banube. fvacfinUbed the 13d Inftant. The fim Line of the Army is to;pafs over To-morrow, and will be quiddyfol-lowed by tie'fecond. Thirty armed Saicks, each manri'd with 30 JHtefit, aregbihg/up the Danube towards Decken-doriF. Bavarkfullers much lef^ from, our Troops than from the. French, wbo have burnt all the Places they abandoned, after pju,n4erjng them: At D^lcendorff upwards .'. 85Houftj '^^/'bkrnt down to the(Sroun^at^Platl^j jo Hou^awrjrteiluced to Awes; and Landau has fuffered; more from its jeputed Friends,than Chatfib did laft:. Year when thepandours took it by Storm. We are allured that Prince Charles; hasferrf to feveral Princes of the Empire, a particular "Attouni of all the Devaftatiori made by the French. Extras of a Letter from Ratijhon, Jane 6,' MS.   : * Sface. Jatt Monday nothing �F:Mement; hai.^fibd be-  tween/thetwo Armies. *':We. .^aM/v^eTc|7. both tj^pfo ' which indeed form. a,v^ bewt|fal rVofpeft, t^J^otV  very agr^able one toju?; The Auftrian Camp is Bear the V Hochgerieht of Sttdtsam-HorF, .and that of the.4?rencb ' lies to the Right of the Hochgericht. ' The'latterittie-irr ' Juaexy .bad-Condirinri,--as- to Provifions. The Country ( which promifed a .mqrV, plentiful Harveft this Year} is  quite ruined by the two Arr&ies.. TheTrepch play fhdr Cannon -now and then upon the Batteries whicJi. the ' Auftrians are ere&ngraM^Rhe^aufea; in order to � batter: the"Fort, of Wefcr The. Aoforrani FreSrcliv and  Bavarian Officers frequently meet at the Inns and Taverns  here, and are extreamly civil to each other. We reckon ' that the French Army is 10,000 ftrong, and that under Prince Lobkowhr does not exceed 14,000 ; but both of  Ammunition, arrived in cbeiFrench, Army, and were fent  away thenext DayiOwards Irigolftadt, or to Donawerth, � ccordirig toothers.- Prints Gharles �advancing with  all;'Speed tpwards^^^ptubhigeh,; in order" catch the 'French Between^wo Tires j' but we" are. generally, ofJQpi-  nion, that they won'i wait for Jiim, unlefs they have a � mindio venture, a 'decifive Eagageinent, which there is  no Like|ihoodFthat they' Wffl'db.*; " ; ,    1 Jjex^a f^BerKn Tayi ^^rince Willam of fifefle Ca^d'isjgbjue cfrom thenceto Ifew^r ranaladd, that he w^cha^jeij.by:hi* BritanmckoMajefty;topropofe a Match between^fae Doke of Cnmberla^^n^ apHncefs of Pruffia; bHt-tfey^dotj't-ieU- us ivrrethCTche4uci%eded:in that Com- mifljoiL, ..."..... . f "^'hM fjtmpij^^.'^W^'$Mdett^Safima^; to thefjBfich Einbauador, there, ^h� been taken Prifoher by ihe^HoOars (of'6�tte^ f^ririz,' as^e was^deavourmg to^brti^^alwut $6.0ir ^iSi^(yj&tb ;Jaktr V^ajg|'. n6a     3 4-ths.: Three per Gent. Annuities404't'half.i Ditto 1742, 104.1 half.  Ditto 1743, loiaiot 7-8tbs^ Million Bank 1 j8.   Equivalent m.    Royal AffurawJd-82.   London jAiiuranc* ir 3i4ths.f Englifb Copper ^ 1.0 s.   Welch ditto no Price.' African no JRrice. Sevan per Cent. Emperor's Loan 119 3 4ths.   Five per Centl ditto 78 1 half.    Bank Circulation 5 1- 5 �. Prem.  India Bonds 4I. 13 � a 14 s. Pr.   Three and a half Sajt Tallies 2 1 4th P^.   Three and > a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Prem..   Three per Cent, ditto 3 4tbi. Difc    Lottery Tickets 11 1.  15s.a14s.6d. ... SAD L E R's-W E L'L S.- AT SADLER'S-WELLS, adjoining to the Nexo-Rivtr Had, this Day,, will be petfbnn'd ; � The US U A L D I V E K S10 NS. With Variety vf Tumbling and Vaulting, bjtMonf.GUELIOMt and Signor, FRArJpISCINI, .later/.wtvM frowFlru; Row-Bis-cin'g bj the two Mifs RAYNERS. . .   - " ,   Poftores, anil Teveralnew Equil2)re�,' by Mr. Sayner* With Dancing (both Serious and Comkjjarticulafly ' "Af^tch'Dince by Mal^f"Malth'ews and Mtjs yiS&iu\ A Grand iatertainmnt of Singing and Dancing] call's *tU Anni. east Triumph evtr tie Sdyaget, by Moaf. Fromont, Mf.Davenfcrt,. Mr. Males, Mrs. Bullock, and others. TV. And a new Comic Ballet (after the Manser of the Fajuaai) far . MafteV Matthews, Mil. Wiight, and etherf.'     '  -With feveral new Songs by Mr. Htmikirk and Mils HILU�R.  Concbjding with an Entertainment of Danang, calPd V U L CM: N E T T S.. To aep^gWy5 Evening at FWe o'Clock._______ O O O D Ml-r^nTt"!? AT the N EW Jupiter, by Mr. Johnfon | Alcmena, Mrs. Jackf�i.f�"" Interippn'd"with feveral New Scenaot^^mtbxx^KpiSiait'Mamer. Bps Yviui levcrai new uxaca uy mx, (ruuups, maaeia. �.^mw,�'*�� /beinp ihe 4th Time �f iter^appfiuing- on- that-Stage, Mr. Shaw/Aa, Mrs. Morris, Monf. Hendrick, and Madera. Kennan. ^Abe^j^  >wbithr^me^ f-mg-ap^mm'ammd"at a'CourlJ^rm^tTie* ferters. ..;/.-... -      . . - Thomas Corbett. 0- 8 '1   

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