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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 18, 1743, London, Middlesex                                Tlie London Da3^ Poft, and General Advertifer. SATUR BAT, Jvne i�,   1743. ESTEBDAY Afternoon failed the Golden Eagle, Hinton, for Cork. Came down and failed Crawley, for Maryland * the Leopard, Hardy, for -.   Came down Eagle, fbrCork;and remain with the Greyhound Mae of War, the Granada, Bomb, Galloper Tender, and Matilda, Wild, for Gibraltar. Gruvefend, J-unt 16. Pafs'd by Mary, Barnes (Lady Elizabeth, Bredamus, from Amfterdam ; Charming Betty, Swain, from North Carolina j and Charles, Teague, from Virginia. Arrived at federal Ports. The Mitford, Rowe ; Enterprise, Wood; Frere, Lind-fey; and Loreita, Hufbands, from London, are arrived at Barbadoei. The Frauds, Diddier, from MaJeira, at Barbadoes. The* Content, Corweu, from Barbadoes, at Lancafier. The Expedition, Boon, from Barbadoes, at Falmouth. The Difpatch, Chapman, from No th Carolina, at Hull. Thelndaftry, Johnfon, from Carolina, at Cowe% in 23 Days. The Francis, Vernon, is alfo arrived at Cowe.% from Carolina. LONDON. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. Letters from Peter/burgh of the 25 h of May, N.S. fay, that they had received Advice, that Count Lacy had paffed by Helungfors with the Squadron of Gallics under his Command, and that General Keith had been a whole Day in fight of the Swedifh Galiies, but could not come to an Engagement, the Wind being contrary. According to Letters from Peterfburgh of the 1 ft of June, N.S. an Exprefs � arrived from Abo with Advice, that Sweden has refufed to accept the Ultimatum which the Ruffian Court fent to her Plenipotentiaries the 1 2th of laft Menth, and that Count Cedernereutz, one of the Swedifh Plenipotentiaries, declared that his Court would never make Peace upon the Footing proposed in that Ultimatum, adding, that he expected one from Stockholm, and would communicate it to. the Ruffian Ministers the Moment he received it. Thefe Letters add, that Count Gallowin's Squadrcn has joined that of Rear Admiral Barfch 5 and that they have both put into the Port of Rogerwick, near which the Swedilh Fleet lie*, confiding of 14 Ships of the Line, be-fides fmaller VefTeh. Great Preparations are making at Peterfburgh for the Reception of a folemn Embafly, wriich Schach Nadir is fending thither, in order to renew the Peace with the Emprefs of Ruffia. Advices from Stockholm fay, that the Troops quartered round about that Capital had actually received Orders to encamp in the. Plain adjacent, and that the-King had re-folved to go himfelf to Getle, to give .proper Orders for guarfingigainfta Defcent from the Ruffians; but,that upon the Arrival of an Exprefs with Advice, that the Swedifh Fleet was arrived at Hangeud, the Orders-for the Encampment were countermanded, and the Troops remained in their Quarters. Juft as the Poft was going out; a Report was fpread that the Ruffians had again made themfelves . Matters of the.Ifland of Aland. According to Advices, from Bavaria, the Generals Pally and Bernclau having began to batter the Town of Fried-berg;the i2th Inftant} N.S. the Garrifon demanded to capitulate the next Day about Noon, and obtained leave to march oat with the Hon jurs of War, and retire to Ingol-ftadt, upon Condition that the Garrifon (which; confmed of two Batallions of the Emperor's Regiment of Guards, and "fio French Troops) fhill jribt ferve for a whole Year to come, iieilbe* agaioli.fhe Queen of Hungary, noragamfi; any pf-her Alpes. The r4th General Bernclau marched to attack Landfberg, which lies on the Lech, and is better fortified than Friedberg, but has not fo-ftrong a Garrifon. Prince" tobkowitrftfll lay at Almanfteih near Kelneim on the 17 th Inftant, from whence he detached a Body of Troops a few Days before to attack the Jitfte Town of Neulladr, which lies ivitbinltiioiLeagaes, of Ingblfladt'/; that Place furrendered to,the Auftrians after,a. :fhortRefif-tance: Pflhce Charles ^JjqniS^*fHw$i: 1"� Army the j 6th atNeuffcadt, .where he intended to pafs the Danube. , Braunauand Straubingen fiiH remain blocked up. Marfhal Broglio has fent a large Detachment towards Neu-bourg, to: meet the Succoors corijit^g? tp him from the . Rhfae^.th^reft^of fht fi^ft Apqyj with the jmperialifts�{ are encamped under the Cannon' of fegolftadt. .1. . Oar Letters from *he Camp of fte; AUies at Afchafren. bourg, dated June icjjNTS;^^rinjf'rSui\^v    ^        .'' The 15th and 16th Inftant *lihe Army arrived 'in the�', Camp near Hanaar .Tjie-next Day)the. Duke d'Aremberg and the Earl of Stair called a Council of War, in which it was refolded to go and feize upon the important Paffage of Afcbaffenbourg i�:�hl:;MBifc.\ '"^^ji&.'Piiy'-the^ Troops beg^4litMMv'<^y^,Ye^r^Atjbe-.reffay di^ .Robert JDc^ling, Efq; of Gray's-rim, a Gentleman m$fSlfactf&by- ItU Acquaintance. \ �&x%hi^f;^&mfrto ]9ii^r'comnuttea by Col. I^e \feil, as an Evidence againft the Lead-ftealers, being rj^examin'd before that Gentleman, he made an ample ^ifcovery, of^Lhjs_g^pg, .and feyeral,Warrants, b.-ing granted by Col. De Veil, to apprehend the Offenders, three of them were. taken Yefterday, and committed by Warrants, John Hamilton. George Tjeakle, and David Lewelling, for buying from them, with two other Receivers, not yet taken, between 2 and 3000 Weight of Lead, at about three Farthings a Pound, the Stripping of a gre�t Number of Houfes, amongft which fome belonging to his Grace the Duke Of Bedford* from whence they took 12o0 lb. Weight of Lead. The fame Day John Thomas was committed to Clerken-well BridewelL oV the fame Gentleman, for concealing himfelf aM^^t'Cfock on Thvrfdnjr Night, in the Bar of Mr.^^^^HLennon, and felonioully taking oat of it, two Ca^^^^Rnrng Rum and .shrub ; but being detected in attemmPK carry them away, in order to make his Efcape, he knock'd down the Miftrefs of the Houfe in her own Entry, who being inftantly afHileJ, fecured him, with the Goods upon him. To-morroto two Charity Sermons will bi preach*d at tit Parijb Church of St. Botolpb Merfgate, for the Benefit of the Charity Children educated in that Ward Schools that in the Morning by the Rev. Mr. C*lanss Vicar of Waltbdm-Jlow i and that in the Afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Burnet, Mintfler of St. James Clerkenvjell. Bank Stock 148 1 4th. India Ditto 194 1 half a 1 4tlu South Ssa Stock 114 3 4ths a 115. Ditto Old Annuities 115 3 8ths a 1 4th. Ditto New no Price. Three per Cent. Annuities 104 i half a j 8ths. Ditto 1742, 104 1 half a $ fans. Ditto 1743, 101 1 4tna 3 8ths a 1 4th. Million Bank 118 1 half. Equivalent nu Royal Affurance 83. London Affurance 11 7 8ths. Englifh Copper 4 1. 10 s. Welch ditto no Price. African no Price. Seven per Cent. Rmperor's Loan 119 3 4ths. Five per Cent, ditto 78 1 half. Bank Circulation 5L 7s. 6d. Pr. India Bonds 4I. 7 s. a 8 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Pr. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 1 half Pifc.     Lottery Tickets til. 14 s. 6d. S A D L E R*s- W E L L S. ^ AT SADLER'S-WELLS, adjoining to the New-River Head, this Day, will be perform'd The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting, by Monf. GUILIOME and Signor FRANCISCINI, lately arro'd from Paris: Rope-Dancing by the two Mils RAYNERS. Poftures, and feveral new Equilibres, by Mr. Rayner. With Dancing (both Serica* and Comic) particularly A Scotch Dance by Matter Matthews and Mifs Wright. A Grand Dance, call'd Ttt Felly, by Monf. Fromont, and otkers. A Grand �aierjtairnnent of Singing and Dancing, call'd Tit Amtri* earn Triumph over the Suva get, by Monf. Fromont, Mr. Davenport, Mr. Mjks, Mrs. Bullock, and other*. With fereraJ new Songt by Mr. Hem&irk and Mi ft HILLIER. Concluding with an Entertainmeat of Dancing, call'd V U L C A N's   N E T T S. To begin erery Etening at FWe o'Clodr. O O O D M A N's-F IELD S. AT the NEW WELLS the bottom of: Ltwm-jlTtit%GtoAmdi?t~FiAds, thi* Day, will be per&rm'd The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Rope-Dancfng by ,   -MademoiCelle L'Etrasge, Monf. Movire, and Mr. Hough. With fereral New BALLANCES by Monf. BRILEAU, juft arrived from Paris, Who this Evening will perform Several New Ejuilib/tt (never yet feen upon the Engliih Stage,} particularly One with the Point of a Sword on the Edge'of a Glafs. Dancing by Mr. Carney, Madem. Perranlt, the two Malt en and Mifi Granier, Mifi Story, Mr. Chettle, Mrs. Hough, and Mr. Davey. Singing by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunningham, and Mis. HilL And the Company of Hungarians, Sclavonians, Pan doors, and Croats, will perform SEVERAL NEW EXERCISES. *t* Every One mill it admitted for a Pint of Wine a-fiett a* vfual. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. At PHILLIPS'* NEW WELLS, Near tht London Spaw, Clerkenwell, DURING the Summer-Seafon, will be perform*' feveral new Exerofes, by a Company of* Hungarians* particularly SAMPSON    RAGATZI, Jumps over a Man and Horfe ; likewife flies through a Hogfliead, forces the two Heads out.  Alfo the celebrated Mademoifelle    K  E  R  M  A  N. Who performs the Ezercife of the Flags on the Stiff Rope. With extraordinary Performances oa the Ladder, by "   Monfieur     GERMAN. Likewife the celebrated C �-8 A R    P O L A M B I O, Who performs a new Ezercife founded on the Principles of the Maths- maticls. To which will be added, Several jVYtp Scent, of Affita after the Italian Malm, call'd The Discontented Father; or. The Wedding Night. The Chancer of Harlequin by Mr. Phillips; ColombTne, Mrt-Phil-lips; Count Fbfli, Monf. Dominique; Clowa, Monf. Hendmck. Concluding with a Grand Entertainment of Singing and Dncing, call'd JUPITER  and   ALCMENA. By Mr. Johnibn, Mrs. Jackfon, Mr. Phillips, Madem, Lebrune, Mr, Shawford, Madem. Kerman, and Mrs. Morris. TieCtoatbt and'Sums Acnf entirelyNe%a. To begin every Evening at Five o'Clock. Every one will be admitted for a Pint cf Wise as ufiuL :j(dven'ifemsnti of a modtraU Length aretaken in forthis Pftrr it Two Shillings each. 0- 8   

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