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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 13, 1743, London, Middlesex -MO N t> AY, Ju KB � 1743, Vtdy Jftoe iY. I KME-down atrd remain the Hard-wick.-Hal'et, for EkfcIndiaj and James, Ball, for Antigua. Arrived the Parham frjgat, Davis, from Antigua; and a Ship from Meyhy.but kaow not her Name. Jtift arrived a zo Gun Ship from HhV Wetfward, which we' bike to be the Greyhound. Wind S.W, ., Arrived nt feveral"Parts. The MoUoetjx, SoeJlmg, from St. Kits, is arrived at Yarmouth. -\. . The Rifing-Sun, Tucker, from South Carolina, off Dover. ' The OT^ George, Ayres, from tendon, at Carolina. TheXoeveohuller, fiubbard-; and William, M Advices from feve-ral Qoarti*rs, thfcr the French Army under the Marfhal de. Noailles^vas in full March ro attack the Cdofederate Army; ahd^rJiat they would;be farenopgh advanced to do it upon Monday Morning/ h1� Exceiiency, about 'Nine at N'ght, gave Orders to the feyeral Corps to march in the Night to the Field of Battle, and to take Pofleffion of the different Pbfts affignid' to rhe feveral Nations. The Field was upon aPlaiui ,a li.tle above the Village of Kel-; lenbach, between the Edge of the Foreift of D'Armftadt and the *MjfCt Mein. ' Accordingly: about Break of Day, all the Bnrifh iand Hanover-Jn�hfry were*|ofted in .two Lines along the Skirt* of tbe.^foqd'. .the Brjufli in the firft\ Line, and the Hanoverians in"the fecond j and about Six .0 Clock.in tbelMornnig.ihje Auftrian Foot^ which had paf-fed the Mein upon the Bridges, to the Number of 18 Ba- taftfeta, arrived, 'and were drawn up tm r the lieftf eight Batall lions in the.firft Line, and ten in the fecond; the whole Cavalry iiid Dragoons were drawn |^ in a, third Line, to fuppbirt the Foot.. In the Opinion of all the. Generals that were -prefeht* the Pdk was reckoned a very ftrong oiie, and the Difpofitfon fuch, that'jt was impbffible to De. forced in it.; The Troops were in.th^jgrtateft Order, and had a remarkable Cheanolnefs in their Looks $ they -continued upon the Ground from the Morning 'till Three o'clock in the Afternoon, and the*, as there Was no? Ap-pearatice of an Eaemy, they marched back to their Camp,7 and the fame Evening the who e Anhy repaffisdthe Mein; which Motion was intended for the more commodious Sub-firlence of the Cavalry. The whole Britifir Army, Horfe, , Foot, ini ( Dragoons/; are :now encampnii between' thit Town and Silingeh, aVfflage likewifc1 o%fl-trie Mein.; The Hanoverians ate all encampexitogether near Greifheim.: about a League or fomething morfe abdvtt cfiis Place, and the Auftrians �re in their old Camps.' T^beilaft Divlfion \ of the Hanover Troops being to paf& the Rhine upon the j 12th, thetwo Briiifh Battllio�s, which were left tb guard the Bridge at Neuwied, will march from thence upon the! 14th, to join the Army, and the Heffians will foUdw Very faft. Lord Stair has lent Orders to Brigadier Howard to bring up the Highland Regimen^ andafi the Britifh Ba-talhons in Flanders, except Bragg's, which lemaini at Ottehd. 1 ^ Hanrotr, June 16, N.S. *His Majewr fet out from hence for the Army upon the Mein this Evening, propo-fmg to be there on Wednelday next. Lord Carteret went^ this Morning. A(bnirakj-QJJic*% June 11. Cap*. Wyndham, Commander of his Majeily*s fehip the Monmoutb, writes uvhis Let-;: ter dated at'Madeirarhe" 1 'ffhof laft Morrft, that in Company with the Med way, commanded by Capt. Cockburne, they had, in the Latitude of 46 10, and Longitude 2 25 Weft from the Lizard, taken a Privateer of 18 Carriage Guns, befides Swivels and 126 Men. Her Commanders Name was Lorei.CusBt.nret, who calls*hhnfelf a Spaniard, but Capt. Wyndham-takes him to be* a Du-ikirkei J and many of his People are French. She had been 20 Days out of Bilboa. ExtraS of a Letter f~om Municht to a Merchant in Amfierdam. . . * Our new Emperor is rerii'd in a Iamentsb'e Condition, ' with the Prince bis Son, and the Princefles his Daugh- ters to Aufburg, to be out of the Reach of his Enemies. ' Here he will be at foil leifure to rifiecY maturely on the �. perfidiourBehavioaf of his French Allies; Who-inftead of < protecting Uiis line Country, feem to have enter'd it with < no other Difign than to burn and plunder it.--Bavaria, t once the Garden of the World, is now a Region of De-? ftnifb'on and Mifery, fuch Havock has Ambition made t among us.-;God Almighty put a Period to our Diftrefs! On Saturday laft^ beh^r hia Majefky** AceeSm to ji� Throne, there was-a great. Appeaxahqe of the Nubility PerfW of Diftmfltion at St. James's, to pay their Com* 'pliments on the Occafion. The Guards were all "new Cloath'd, and made a. very fine Appearance ; md in the Evening there were Bonfires, Illuminations, and all other Demonlirations of Joy. "� The King has beeWpleafcd-to grant unto Charles Fitz-Voy, Efq; the Office and Place of Groom Porter, in the room of Thomas AtcherrEfq; deceafed. ' " The King has been pleafed to grant unto Richard Shelley, Efq; the OffiftxorPlaceof Naval Officer of hi- Ma. jetty's Iflahd pf Jamaica, in the room of Anthony Cor-biere, iitq; deceafed. " The King has been pleaftd toprefent the Rev. Mr Lewis Monoux, to the Redory of Tempsrbrd in the County of Bedford and Dincefe of Lincoln, the fan e being void by the Death �f the and Niece to the late Lord Lanfdowne, a fine Accomplifh'd La-iy with 6001. per Ann. Jointure. Laft Week Mr. Benjamin Collins, an eminent Book-feller at Salifbury in Wil (hire, was married to Mifs Good, of Shaftibury, a Lady of a confiderable Fortune. A few Days fince died Dr, Afhton, Mafter of Jefui College in, Cambridge, and Prebendary of Ely, one ot . J e greateft; Scholars of the Age ; and we hear be will be fuc-ceededm the Mafterfhip by the Bifhbp of Ely's Son-in-law, the Right of Prefentation being in the Bifhop. Laft Friday Night died at Greenwich, -Tracey, Efqi in the 80th year of his Age 5 who has left behind him ten Children, and 100001, anfpngft them. And oh Saturday died at the fame Place, William StTea-chey, Efq; a Gentleman of Somerfedbire^ in the 76th Year of his Age. This Day will be a grand Concert of Mufick at Ruck-' holt-Houfe: Singing by Mr. Lowe, and Mr. Brett, the Br eakfaiiing to begin at Nine o*Cl< ck in the Morning. BAN K R U P T & George Chambers, late of the Parifb of St. James Weftmtniler, in the County of Middlefex, Taylor and Chapman. jobtf Dkkfonj late of Sheffield, in the.County of York, Factor and Tradefman. , James Bray the Eder, of Binharo, in the County of Norfolk^ Merchant Jobber and Chapman. John Gregory t�f the ParhTi of Sr. James Clefkenwfll, in the County of Middlefex, Tripeman. � .� High/ Water this Day at Lonucn-Bridge s�t 55 Minutes after 3.' Bank btcck 148 a 1 4th. India Ditto no Price. South Sea Stock 115 14th. D'ttb Old Annuities 115 I half. Ditto New 11c, 5 8 th s. Three per Cent. Annuities -104 14th. - Ditto 1747, 104 1 4th; Ditto 1743, 101 1 4th a 1 half. Million Bank 118. Equivalent tn. RoyalAffurance 82s 3 4ths. LondonAffurance II 3 4ths. Englifh topper 4I. 10 s. Welch ditto no Price. .African no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loau 119 1 half a 3 4ths. Five per Cent, ditto 78 3 ^ths. Bank Circulation 5 1. 7 s. �d Prem. India Bonds 41. 7 s. a 8 s. Pfem. Three and a half Salt Tallies ^"Pr. Three and a half per Cent. Fxchequer Orders 5 Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 3 4 hs Difc. Lottery Tickets 11 I. 14s. S A D L E R's-W E L L Sr AT SADLPR's-WELLS, adjoining to the NeiD'Rivtr Bead, this Day, will he petfbrm'd The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting, by Monf. GUILIOME and Signor FRANCISCINI, lately arrived from Paris j Rope-Dancing by the two Mifs RAYNERs. Pofhtres, abd feveral new Eqailibres, by Mr. Rayner. With Dancing (both Serious and Comic) particularly A Scotch Dance by Mafter Matthews and Mils Wright. A Grand Dance, call'd Tbe Folly, by MosrfTFromont, and < tHert. Alfea Grand Entertainmrntof Singjiig and Dancing, call'd Baubut and Ariadat, by Monf. Fromont, Mr. Davenport, Mr. Miles, MrV Bullock, aad others. With feveral new Songs by Mr. Hemflrirk and Mils HILLIER. Concluding with an Enteitainmeat of Dancing, call'd 1 ' V U JL C A N's N E T T S. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. GOO DMA N's-F I EL D S!- AT the NEW WELLS the bottom of Laun-Jirect, GoodmatTt-Fieldi, this Day, will be perform*d The USUAL DIVERSIONS, With Rope-Dancing by Mademoifelle L'Etrange, Monf. Movire, and Mr. Hough. With feveral New BALLANCES by Monf BRILEAU, juft arrived from Paris. Dancing by Mr. Carney, Madeoo. Perrault, the two Mailers and Mils Granier, Mui Story, Mr, Cbettle, Mrs. Hough, and Mr. Davey. Singing by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunniagham, and Mra- HiU< Aodihe Company of Hungarians, Schrvoniant, Pandours, and Croats, will perfbrm ' SEVERAL NEW EXERCISES. *%+"E
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