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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 14, 1743, London, Middlesex                                J : i tiff, mm******** IMJ � S D A Y, June 14,   1743. Deal, Jttoe 12. ISSTERDAY Afternoon farted the Hardwfck, Hailet, Jbrfeaftlndiat and James, Bali, foy Antigua. Arrived the Squirrel Man of War from a Onize ; the Parnaffus, L]3hnfon; and Clarendon, Crop-ton, from Jamaica. Came down the GalloperTender, and remain �with -the Man of War* Wind S.S.E. Grave/end, Jwnit., PafsM by the Barnard, Herbert, from "Nevis j Radford, Polling, from Antigua-; and-the Nazareth, Bennet, from South Carolina. Arrived at federal Ports. TheOKter, Cblletj and Sea-Nympb, Harman, ffflta London; and the Recovery, Swift, from Philadelphia, are arrived at Jamaica. TheBonetta, Hammond, from London, at Jamaica. The Haflsmere, Walker; Jennet, Crookenden; and Mary's Reign, Kiddall, from London ; and the Jane, M06, from Lancafrcr, at Barbadoes. The Three Sillers, M'Fariin, from Rhode Eland, at Carolina. The Prince Arthur, Gear, from Barbadces, at Carolina. The Edward, Booth, from London, at Virginia. The London, Bevell, from'Gibraltar, at Madeira. The Hellen, Norman, from, Madeira, at Limerick. The Flemming, Connell, from Barbadoes, at Water-ford. The Jamaica Merchant, Nichols, from Barbadoes, at Liverpool. The Roma Merchant, Walker, from Gottenburgh, at Yarmouth. The Molly, Bowman, from Virginia $ and Heller,Hill, from South Carolina, off Dover. LONDON. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. 'Letters from Genoa of the 6th Inftant, N.S. fay, that a Courier who had juft pafled thro'that City going from Madrid to Nap'es, reported that their Catholick Majefties having made frefh Inftances to obtain a Body of French Troops as Auxiliaries to the Infant Don Philip, the Court of Versailles' promifed to comply with their Requeft, in Cafe the Negotiations begun with a certain Court proved fruitlefs: This Courier then added, that the Negotiations between, Spain and Sardinia were quite broke off. From Turin they tell us, thai the Marquis d'Ormea, Prime Minifter to the King of Sardinia, has writ to all his Minifters at Foreign Court-v to let them know that all the Reports fpread as if there had been a private Negotiation carrying on between his Sardinian Majefty and the Conn of Spain, were entirely groundless, and that the King remains fteady in the Principles which he has adopted fince the Beginning of the prefentWar. From Rimini we hear, that the intended March of the Spanilh Army is fufpended until the Return of a Courier from Madrid. From Bologna they write,. that the Auftrians remain quiet in their Camp at Carpi,' waiting for the Return of aa Exprcfs from Turin, who is to bring them Word whether the Piedmonteze Troops are to join and pafs the Panaro along with them in Queft of the SpaniOi Army. ExtraSljf a Letter from Ratijbm, June 13, N.S.  The nth Inftant the Velt MarftialCount Kevenhuller ' and Prince Lobkowitz came to this City, and went to � the Houfe of Baron Plattenberg, the Hungarian Minifter, ' in order to deliberate on the ulterior Operations of this * Campaign. In the Afternoon Count Kevenhuller re-1 turned to the Army' near Straubingen, and Prince Lob-� kowiti went back to bis Body of Troops, who began  their March for Ingolftadt Yefterday, as. did alfo the  Grand Army under Prince Charles of Lorrain, which � arrived Yefterday. at Schierling within a League of this  City.  Prince Charles not judging it proper to undertake * the Siege of Straubingen in Form, has left a Body of ' Troops to keep it blocked up. Marftial Breglio is arrived near Ingolftadt with his  whole Army, and 'tis thought he will intrench them-� felf there, in Hopes of receiving foon enough the Rein- * fojcements coming to him from the Rhine.  The Velt * Marfhal Count Seckendorff is alfo arrived with the Im- * perial Army in the Neighbourhood of Ingolftadt. 4 The Huffars that were fent in Purfuit of the French, ; in order tobarrals their Read-Guard, have taken a great * deal of Baggage near Aberfperg, among which there  was feme of Marfhal Broglio 5 Baggage.   We hear that  the 4000 Croat?, Pandonres and Lycanians, who were � lent by Prince Lobkowitz towards Kelhehn, having ad-  vanced up to that Town, the French Garrifon imme-' diately withdrew, and burnt the Bridge which ferved them ' to pafs the River/ The Auitrian Generals who entered * Munich the qth Inuant, have declared, that laft Year's � Capitulation mail be faithfully oblerved, and that they  will not touch any thing of the Imperial Palaces and; * Houfes,' Letters from Augfburgh fay, that the States of the Circle of Swabia have declared to the Emperor, that they are refolved to perfift in the Neutrality which they have hitherto obferved; arid therefore, that no Imperial, nor French;, nor Auftrian Troops, fhall be admitted into that City, under any .Pretence whatsoever. Thefe Letters "add, that'the Generals Berenclao and Nadafti, are arrived before the Town of Friedbefg, the laft in Bavaria on the Sideof-Franconia, and hpve brought op. feme Artillery in Bays, began its*larch the 15tbtowards Evening for Of- 1 fenback on the Main, which lies between Francfort and Hanau. The Army of the Allies, which was reinforced by a few Regiments of Hanoverian Horfe, likewife decamped in the Middle of the Night, and the 16th in the Morning pafled by Francfort, g^ing towards Hanauy that it may be nearer at Hand to watch the Motions of the French. While the latter lay at GreatGerau, their Huffars appeared now and then on the Banks of the Main, op-pofite to the Englifh, and fome Volleys of Mufke -Shot were red on both Sides. Marfhal- Noailles arrived at Francfort the 16th in the Morning, in order to pay his Refpecls to the Emprefs, who has poliponed her Departure -for Augfburg 'till the latter End of this Month. ' They write from Coblenfz, that the Remainder of the Hanoverian Cavalry, "together with the Hefljans,. pafled the Rhine at Neuwied the i;th and 16th Inftant, N.S. and were marcaing to the Main with all poffiblc Diligence. � On Sunday laft the Comet Bcmb, Capt. Tyrfel, arrived at Portfmouth, from Porto Cavallo, being fent with Dif-patches from Commodore Knowles ; what thofe Difpatches contain is uncertain ; but the general Report is, that (he Spaniards had provided the Place Co well in all Refpe&s, that the Commodore had been obliged ro quit the Enter-prize. Yefterday an Account came that the Henry, JefFeries, bound to jimaica, had been ehafed a whole Day, by a. Spaniih Privateer, of 14 Carriage Guns, off Cape Clear on the Coaft of Ireland, with whom fhe exchanged feveral Shot; but fi ding it impoffible to efcape, the Captain, to prevent the Ship's falling into the Hands of the Spaniards, ran her afhore near Bantry Bay, where, it is faid, fhe was foon after, beat to Pieces, and a very valuable Cargoe entirely loft. The Men of War, with the Portugal Fleet, were fpoke with off the Start by the Comet Bomb, fo that 'tisTuppos'd they are by this Time clear of the Land. Yefterday his Majelly's Ship the Berwick, of 70 Guns, rebuilt at Deptford, was hunched from the King's Yard there, in the Prefence of feveral Perfofis of D.'ftindUon, and a Multitude of Spectators. j Letters from Edinburgh advife, that there never was a better Seafon known, nor a greater Appearance of Plenty of Grain throughout the whole Kingdom. A few Days fince died at Oftend James Jervis, Efq; a Gentleman poffefs'd of a plentiful Eltate, in Kent, and a near Relation to the. Earl of Stair. He was going to fee the Earl, but was taken'ill of a Fever at Oftend, which carried him off in a fay'Days. J Yefterday the great Cricket Match, between the .Gen-tlemen of die Wooburn Oub, and the Gentlemen of Lon� don, was play'd in the Artillery-Ground, and won by the former, by 40 Notches. On Friday laft, about.8 o'Clock in the Evening, as Mr. Emerton, a Farmer atAcron, was croflmg Blue Green, he wasattack'd by two Fellows with Forks in their Hands, like Haymakers, who robb'dhim of 81. .5 s. and made off undifcover'd. Briftol, June n. Laft Monday John Woods, late of Wigan in the County of Lancafter, a Dealer in Cotton Weft, was executed at the ufual Place: near this City, for felonioufly making, forging, and Counterfeiting a Bill of Exchange, purporting to be �gr�d by one John Godwin, payable to one William World, -and for felonioufly uttering and publifhing the faid Bill, with Intent to d.f.aud one John Hall of the Sum of 3 21. His Father and Mother now live at Barney.-Caflle in the fame County, the latter of whonv-has been under a great Dilorder ever fince fhe heard of her Son's melancholy Cafe; he was the youngeft of eighteen Children, fixteen whereof lie under a Stone in Wigan Church-yard ; and his Brother was kill'd at the late Attack at Carthagena, belonging to Harrifon's Regiment. He behav'd in a penitent Manner, confefs'd the Faft for which he died, and defir'd all the Spectators to take Warning by his fhameful End. IRELAND. Dublin, June j. It is faid, that a London Ship, with a Cargoe valued at 10,0001. was chafed near Kerry, by a Spanifh Privateer, but ran afhore to avoid being taken; but the Privateer was fo near, that the Ship and Cargoe would have been taken, had it not been for Colonel Denny, who railed the Militia, which oblig'd her to fheer off Out of the 1610 Men Which left this Kingdom lately, and arrived fafe at Oftend, not one. of them died, but are ail in good Health and high Spirits. Yefterday the Cant for Sale of the Irifh Cambricks, after the Manner of the Eaft-India Sales, was open'd for the firft Time at the Linen-Hail.       ' Mr. Charles Caldwell, Attorney, is appointed Sollic'tor to the Comraiffloners of his Majefty's Revenue, in the room of Alexander Nefbirt, Efq; deceased.  And, .Mr. Gorges Howard, Attorney, fucceeds Mr.Caldwell, as Sollicitor for the Quit Rents. Laft Week ditd the Hon. Henry HamUtoft. Efq; Col-leclor of Cork, Uncle to the Lord Boyne, and one of the Commifttoners of his Majefty's Revenue, a Gentleman of the beft Character, whofe Death is much lamented. And, we hear,- that he is fucceeded by the Hon. Robert Percival, Efq; Brother to the Right Hon, the Earl of Egmont. . On Saturday died, at Dillon's Grove, in the County of Rofcommon, Mrs. Daion^ Wife of Gerald Dillon, Efq; She was a Lady of great Piety,- and extenfive Charity. A few Days fince died at Tralee, Thomas Blenerhaffet, According .to Jitters from Francfort of the 16th Inftant, .S.4 the French Army,  which had encamped fince tfce 1 |th    Great Gerau, having taken Proviftons for four Efq$ a Gentleman much efteemV). order "to undertake the Siege in Form, in Cafe the Garrifon I, Laft Sundaydied Mr. Robert- Wetherilt,. a cekbrated t&afctoR5w5Sn--- %KComedian.   He was a Perfon of a very fair Character, and remarkable for his Filial Piety^having for a long Time fupported a.very aged and indigent Father and Mother, in a decent manner, out of his Income.. OnTuefday died, at his Hbufe fh James's-flreet, Mr. Keogh, an eminent Brewer. . LaJl Week died Mifs Safanna Rcbinfon, Daughter to the late Col. Robinfon, at Mr.Graydon's at Elverftown near Naas, an agreeable young Lady, whofe Death is much lamented by all thole who had the Pleafure of her Acquaintance. ' Laft Week the Wife of one Kirkeen in'St Catherine'! PariTh, who had been lick about a Fortnight, expired in all Appearance, was wafhed and ftretched, and lay lifelefs above four Hours ; but when the Pariih Carpenter came to take Meafure of her for a Coffin, the poor Woman groaned and breathed, and immediately came to herfelf, fince which Time fhe is perfectly recovered.-This is tht fecond Time fhe hath difapp inted her loving Hu/band, after the fame Manner. .High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 59 Minute# : after 4. Bank Srock 148 3 8thsa 1 4th a 3 8ths. India Ditto 196. South Sea Stock r-i 5. Ditto Old Annuities 1 r 5 3 gths'a i half. Ditto New 115 5 8ths a 3 4th5. Three per Ceat. Annuities 104 3 8ths a 1 half. Ditto 1742, 104 3 8ths a 1 half. Ditto 1743, 101 3 8ths a 1 half. Million Bank 118. Equivalent 111. Royal Affurance 82 $ 4ths. London Afftrance 11 7 8ths. Englifh Copper 4I. 10 s. Weh h ditto no Price. African no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 119 1 half a 3 4"ths. Five per Cent, ditto 78 341^3. B ink Circulation 51. 7 s. 6 d. Prem. India Bonds 4I. 8 s. Prem. Ihree and a half Salt Tallies 3 Pr. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 3 41 hs Difc.   Lottery Tickets n 1. 14 s. S A D L E R's-W E L L Si- AT SADLER'S-WELLS, adjoining t* tie New-Rivtr Head, this Day, wiD be perform'd Tbe USUAL DIVE KSIONS., With Variety of Tumbling aad Vaulting, by Monf. GUILfOMt and Signor fRANClSClNi; lately arriv'd from Paris; Rope-Daa-cing by the two Mi(s RAYNERS. Poftures, and ferera] new E^uilibres, by Mr. Rayner. With Dancing (both Serious and Comic; particularly A Scotch Dance by Mafter Matthews and Mils Wright. A Grand Entertainment of Singing and Dancing, call'd 7b* Amni-eim Triumph truer the Savaget^ by Monf. Fromont, Mr. Daren port, Mr. Miles,' Mrs. Bullock* and others; And a new Comic Ballet (after the Manner of the FanfansJ by Mafter Matthews, Mifs Wright, and ethers. With feveral new Songs by Mr. HemfkiTk and Mifs HILLIERt Concluding with an Entertainmeat of Dancing, call'd V U L C A N's    N E T T Si To begin every Evening at Five o'Clock. G O O D M A N's-F I E L D S.- AT the NEW WELLS the bottom of Lnsm-ftrtttt Goodman"s-FieUt, this Day, wiJl be nerfcnn'd The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Rope-Dancing by MademoifeHe L'Etrange, Monf. Movire, and Mr. Hough. With feveral New BALLANCES by Mwr/BRILEAU, juji arriv'd from Pari?, Who this Evening will perform Several Nca Efuilibru (never yftr feen upon the Englifh Stage.) particularly One with-the Point of a-Sword on the Edge of a Glad. Dancing by Mr. Carney, Madera. Perrault, the two Mailers and MifsGranier, Mifs Story, Mr.Cbtttle, Mrs. Hough, and Mr. Davey. Singing by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunningham, and Mn. Hill. And the Company of Hungarians, Sclavonians, Pandours, and Croats, will perform SEVERAL NEW EXERCISES. #* Every One voillbe admitted for a tint of Wine a-pieci at ufual. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. At PHILLIPS'S NEW WELLS^ Near the London Spatv, Clerkenwell, DURING the Summer-Seafon, will be perform'd feyeral new Ezercifet, by a Company of Hungarians^ particularly SAMPSON    RAGATZI, Jumps over a Man and Horfe J likewife flies through a Hegfhead, forces the two Heads out.   Alfo the celebrated . Mademoifelle    K  E   R  M   AN. Who performs the Exercife of the Flags on the Stiff Rope, With extraordinary Performances on the Ladder, by Monfieur     GERMAN. Likewife the celebrated CAESAR    P O L A M B I O, Who performs a new Exercife founded on the Principles of the Matbf* markka. To which will be added, Several Nem Scout of ^3ion after the Italian Marnier, call'd Tbe Difcontented Father; or, the Wedding Night. The Charafler of Harlequin by Mr. PhUlipi; Colombiae, Mn.Phil-Jips; Count Flafh, Monf. Dominique; Clown, Monf. Hendericfc. Concluding with a Grand Entertainment of Singing and Drating, call'd JUPITER   and   ALCME.NA, �   By Mr. Johnfon, Mrs. Jackfon, Mr. Phillips, Madem. Lebruae, Mr. Shawford, Madem. kerman, and Mrs. Morris. lbe Cloatbt and Seines being entirely New. ~' To begin every Evening at Five o'Clock. Every one will be admitted for a Pint of Wine as ufual. For   SALE by the CANDLE,- "On Friday next, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon, " At LLOYDs Coffet-boufe  in  Lombardfirtet, AParcel of Gables, Sails, Cordagey aind Other Storesi fayed out of the Steifl Shop} Job* WbaUt, Mafter, Burthen about 50 Tons, lately wrecked' arSea. "     - The Cables and Hawfen to bt feen at Capt. Friend's Yard, at Princefs Stairs, Rotberhith. , The Sails and other Stores, at Mr. Devon's at Three Mariners Stairs. Catalogues to be had where the faM Stores lie, �nd4t the Place of Sale, and of JOSEPH WATKLNS, Broker. Jivertifimnt* of a wxkratt Length are taken in for this P$ih .it 1i% aT 9 1   

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