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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 23, 1743, London, Middlesex                                Wte Leaidon Daily Poft, '%M General Advertifer. THURSDAY,  June 23,   1743. j&r<�/, June. 2t: (HIS Morning failed   for France * the Uuke of Bedford'*Yacht, with the Terror Bomb.   Remain his Majesty's Ship the Shrewlbury $ the Matilda, Wilds, for Gibraltar; and the Dutch Ship for Baft-India.   Arrived the Loyal Herbert, Herbert, from Exbn; sod the Anne, Robinfon, from Jbeverpoot. Wind SS.E. Grave/end, June 21. PafVd by the Anne, Scott, from Norway; and Two Brothers, Pearce, from Roan. Arrived at feveral Ports. The John and Robert, Qrr, from Virginia, is arrived at Whitehaven. The Swift, Belgrade, from Oporto, at Briftol. The Britannia, Jones, from London, at Bolton. The Mary, Merry, from Chicheller, at Genoa. LONDON. Yefterday arrived the Mail from France. Letters from Parist)f tbe 21ft Inftant, N.S. fay, that the Coort of Spain has remitted to the Bankers of Lyons, eight Millions of Reals for the Infant Don Philip's Army, and four Millions to Genoa for the Army under the Command of the Doke of Modena. Thefe Letters add, that M. Bufly has reported to M. Amelot the Refult of the laft Conferences he had with the Britifh Miniftry, about the Means to reftore Peace by Negotiations j and that tbe Anfwer expe&ed to the new Proportions made on this Head, will decide whether M. Bufly -is to flay in Paris or repair to Hanover. We bear from Valenciennes, that the French have reinforced the Garrifon of that Town to the Number of 16 Ba-tallions, and nine Squadrons. From Vienna tbey write, that the Queen has fignified to the Velt Marfhal Count Konigfegg, that the good Suc-cefs of her Arms in Bavaria being partly owing to the wife Meafures of Count Kevenhuller, her Intentions is, that this General's Plan be followed as exactly in regard to the Sub-fiftence of the Troops, as it is in what concerns the mili. tary Operations; and therefore her Majefty orders, that as much Provifions be drawn from Hungary, as that Kingdom can fpare, and fent as heretofore to the Army in Bavaria. According to Advices from Ratilbon, M. de la Noue, the French Minifter there, has received Orders from hb Court, in Confequence of which, he is preparing to go and rtfiJe at Francfort. AH the Civil Officers of the feve-veral Diftri&s in Bavaria and the Upper Palatinate, have received Notice to repair to the Auftrian Camp at Geiffen-feldt, in order to agree with Count Kevenhuller's Com-miflaries about difcharging the Arrears of the old Contributions, and paying the new Ones. Maribal Kevenhuller having received a Letter from General Zaftrow, who commands the Palatine Troops, imparting to him tbe Intentions of the Elector his Matter concerning the Neutrality of the Dutchy of Nenbourg, the Auftrian General made Anfwer on the Spot, that this Neutrality ihould be deemed exaft, as foon as the three Squadrons of Palatine Troops that are flill in the Bavarian Army, have joined the Troops that are marched back to take op Quarters in the Dutchy of Neubourg; and that the Moment this Article is performed, he will remit the Contribution of 400,000 Flo-rings required of that Dutchy. By Advices from Paris, dated Jane 29, N.S. it feems, that Maribal Broglio is foil at Ingolftadt} for they fay, that the Reinforcement fent to him from the Rhine, arrived in the Camp at Ingolftadt the 18th Inftant, whereas thelaft Accounts by the Dutch Mail fay, that he was joined by that Reinforcement at Donawerton tbe 15 th.--According to the fame Advices, the Troops qoarter'd in Lorrain, Franch County, and Provinces adjacent, and tbar tbe Genderme-rie Iikewife, are ordered to march for Provence under the Command of Marfhal-Maillebois : This Order, they tell us, is occafion'd by the Information they have received, that Admiral Matthews has actually about 15000 Land Forces in his Fleet, and that he will make a Defcent on the Coafts of Provence or Languedoc, the Moment he hears of Hofttlities being committed on the Rhine. . By the fame Canal we are informed, that 800 Pandoores have made 1500 Bavarians and a Squadron of French Dragoons, Prifoners of War in fome Poft or other in Bavaria ; but at the fame time we are told, that this (bamefal Capitulation was owing to the Treachery of their Commandant, which had left the Queen of Hungary's Service and went over to the Emperor'*; and that her Hungarian Majefty, without regarding the good Turn he did her in this Affair, caufed his Head to be ftruck off for betraying hisTruft. Letters from the French Army on the Rhine, fay, that the EngUlh Troops made another Attempt to pals the Main, on the 18th Inftant, N.S. but Marfhal Noajlles having had timely Notice of it, fent out a Party of Huf-iars fuftained by the Regiment of French Guards and two other Regiments; which Detachment found that 800 Men Of the Ariny of the Allies, had actually got over the River $ that after fotne Volleys between them, the Englifh feeing lome more French Troops coming up, repaffed the Main, and that Maribal Noailles has fince planted Cannon along the Banks of the River, which he feems revived to keep between him, and the Allies. Yefterday came Advice, that the --- LargedSeldi laden with Wheat, i< taken by the Spaniards, and carried into Cadiz. rt . Alfo, that the William and Mary, Palgrave, is taken and carried inio Malaga. And' alfo, that the Mary, Crawford, is taken taxi carried into the fame Port. On the 18th came into Plymouth hi; Majefty'i Ship the Aldborough, from Leverpool ( and his Majefty's Ships the Lyme and Biddeford, the latter of which brought in a Prize, call'd the Marian, with Powder, Ac The private Letters confirm, that the Inhabitants of the Sea Coafts of Provence are in a terrible Pannick, expecting every Day a Defcent from on board the Englifh squadron, which cont nually hover on the laid Coaft ; and have a large Number of Lmd Forces with them. Yefterday was held a Quarterly General Court of the Eift-India Cempany, when a Dividend was unanimoufly declared of 8 per Cent, upon their Stock. Yefterday the Right Hon the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen, together with fome Gentlemen of Eflex and Hertfordthire, held a Coort of Confervacy, for the River Lea, and afterwards dined at the Biue-Pofts at Hackneyr where a very elegant Entertainment was provided for them. We hear, that the Right Hon. the Earl of Salifbjry, has prefented the Rev. Dr. John Clerke to the Rectory of Beachampton in the County of Bucks, and Diocefe of Lincoln. Laft Week Capt. Fothergale, Son of the late Mr. Fo-thergale, a confiderable Silk-man in the Poultry, was married to Mifs Biggs, a young Lady of fine Accomplishments, and a handfome Fortune. On Sunday laft died at Morden College on Blackheath, Mr. Saunders Cleavel, formerly an eminent Merchant of this City. Yefterday died at Mill-Bank, Mr.Cufack, lately a confiderable Diftiller in St. Giles's. Yefterday Mary Holmes, otherwife Yates, otherwife Smith, was committed to Newgate, by Col. De Veil, for felonioufly taking from Mrs. Hefter Wheeler's Lodgings, a great Quantity orLinnen and Wearing Apparel, to a con-fiderablc Value, and fome Money, found upon her. Thomas Hawes, Efq; late of the Admiralty, died a few Days ago, of a lingring Illnefs at Briflol, juftly lamented by all his Acqaintance; who know that he deferv'd much more to be faid of him, than in the following Lines. Bleft Shade ! difdain not from a Heart fincere T'accept the Tribute of a friendly Tear ; TW not for Thee, but for myfelf, I mourn ; Thou bleft, I friendlefs, and forlorn. Thy Virtues may I always keep in view 1 Exceird by none, and equalld but by few. Like thee, who will a Father to the Orphan prove ? In Care fcarce eqoall'd, by Parental Love, The Widow's Tears, and ev'ry kind of Grief Thou'ft wip'd away, by the beft-tim'd Relielf. From thy Example, may I form my Mind. 1 To God mod pious, and to Man moft kind, s. And We again in Friendfbip may be joined. J COUNTRY-NEW 5. GUuctfier, June 18, We have an Account from the Hay, that laft Week there was caught in Mr, Vaughan's Shop at Brecknock, a white Rat, three Quarters of a Yard in Length, with an adequate Thicknefs of Body. Newcaftletjune 18. The Beginning of this Week died at Cornhil), near Berwick, where he lately went for the Recovery of his Health, Percival Clennel, Efq; Brother to Counfellor Clennel of this Town ; a Gentleman of great Humanity and Worth, whofe Death is greatly lamented. On Thurfday laft died Mr. Benjamin Carr, an eminent young Merchant of this Town, whofe many excellent Qualifications render his Death univerfally lamented. The Lords of the Admiralty have ordered the Baltimore Man of War to fail in Queft of a Privateer that is lurking about this Coaft. On Wednefday laft John Fenwlck, Efqsj Bay Gelding Chance, won the Purfe of 50 1. at Hexham.   And On Friday the Purfe of 501. was won by Mr. W. Parker's Bay Mare Dairy-Maid. S A D L E R's-W ELLS. 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, Monf. DAVID, and Signor FRANCISCQUE ; Rope-Dancing by the two Mifs RAYNERS; Pofrares, and fereral new EqoiKbres, by Mr. Rayner ; With fereral Entertainments of Dancing (both Sennas and Comic) by Monf. Fromeat, Mr. Davenport, Matter Matthews, Mr. PelBng, Mr.Olbeldifton, Mr. Miles, Mr. Rayner, Mr. Clagget, Mr. Deli, falde, Mrs. Bullock, Mrs. La Font, MifcWright, Mn. Phillips, Mifi King, Mrs. Vallois, Mrs. Aniley, and Mifs Rayner; With fereral new Songs by Mr. Hemfltirk and Mils HILLIER. The Whole to Conclude with H A R L E QJJ IN PROTEUS, Alter'd and Rcviv'd, with the Addition of feveral new Comic Scenes (never before perfbrm'd) call'J NO  MAGICK  LIKE  LOVE. The Scenes, Cloaths, and Decorations, being New. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. Bank Stock 148.  India Ditto 19; $.4ths a 6 1 4tfc� South Sea Stock 11434^8.   Ditto Old Annuities 114" I half. Ditto New Books (hut. Three per Cent. Annuities Books fhut. Ditto 1742, Books fhiit. Ditto 1743, 100 78ths� \ half. Million Bank 118 3 4ths-Equivalent nr.   Royal Affurance 83.   London AflurahcV II 7 8ths. Englifh Copper 4 1. 10 s, Welch ditto pa � Price. Aftican no Price. Seven per Cent. EmperorV Loan 119 3 4ths a izo. Five per Cent, ditto 78 1 half* Bank Circulation 5 1. 10 s. Pr. India Bonds 4 L ic�,-Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Pr. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Prcm. Three pef Cent, ditto 1 4th Difc.     Lottery Tickets 111. 13 s. G O O D M A N's-F I ELDS. ATtheNEW WELLS the bottom of Lmm-fimt% Goodman*t-Fitldit this Day, will be petfcnn'd The USUAL  DIVERSIONS. With Rope-Dancing by Mademoifelle L'Etrange, MonfTMovire, and Mr. Hough. With feveral New BALLANCES by Mw/BRILEAU, juft arrrv'd /torn Paris, Who this Evening will perform Several Nrp Equilibres (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. Pezrault, the two Mailers and Mife Granier, Mifs Story, Mr. Chettle, Mrs. Hough, and Mr. Davey. Singing by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunningham, and Mrs. Hill, particularly A Mad Dialogue by Mr. Brett and Mr. Cunningham. The whole to conclude with feveral New Scenes in Grotel^ue Cha- rafters, call'd ../" HARLEQUIN  MAGICIAN, , O R, The Enchanted Ifland. Harlequin by Mr.Hayes; Colombine, Mrs. Hough; Pantaloon, Mr. Chettle ; and the ChVirafter of Blunder by Mr. Hough. 7ie Cfoatbt, Scenes, and Mujick, being entirely New. %* Every One will bi admitted for a Pint of Wine a-pkee at ufual,   To begin every Evening at Five o'clock._/ At P HI L.LI P S's  N EW .WtLLS^- Near tbe London Spaw,  Clerkenwell, THIS Evening, and during theSummer-Seafon, will he perform'd feferal new Exerdfes, by a Company of Hungarians, particularly i SAMPSON    RAGATZI, Jumps, over a Man and Horfc ; like wife flies through a Hogihead, forces the two Heads But.   Alfo the celebrated Mademoifelle    K   E   R   M   A   N, Who performs the Exercife of the Flags on the Stiff Rope. With extraordinary Performances on the Ladder, by Monfcur     GERMAN. Likewife the celebrated CiESAR    POLAMBIO, Who performs a new Exercife founded on the Principles of the Mathe* mariclu. To which will be added, a new Pantomime Entertainment, call'd Tbe Discontented Father; or, Tbe Wedding Night The Character of Harlequin by Mr. Phillips; Colombine, Mrs. Phil' Hps; Count Flafh, Monf. Dominique} Clown, Monf. Henderidc Concluding with a Grand Entertainment of Singing and During, call'd JUPITER   and   A L C M E N A. By Mr. John&n, Mrs. Jackfon, Mr. Phillips, Madem. Lebrune, . Mr. Shaw ford, Madem. Kerman, and Mrs. Morris. Ibe Cloatbt and Sctntt being entirely New. To begin every Evening at Five 0'Clock. Every one will be admitted for a Pint cf Wine as ofuaL.     ' Admiralty-Office, June 20, 1743.---crH E Company of bis Majefiy's Ship tbe Chatham, being ordered to be forthwith paid a confiderable Part of tbe Wages due to them at the Nore, and the ' .Ship being on the Point of proceeding to Sea ; it is the Di~ reSion of the Lords CommiJ/ioners of the Admiralty, that Juch of tbe Men belon^U* to her as are abfent, do repair immediately to their i �if on board, upon Pain not only of lofing tbe faid Payment, but of bttHg^rebtndtd and tried at a Court Martial at Deferters. nomas Co�oc;;!;"r;._. WILLIMOT,    MayoRt--- BARNARD  Locum Tenetts. A Common-Council holden in the Chamber of the Guildhall of the City of London, on Thnrfday the 16th Day of June, 1^43, and in the Seventeenth Year of the Reign of our Sovcjejgikojri Gaoate* -�-thtGcuwd, Ring Of Great-BrTainT&c. /T is Agreed and Ordered By this Court, that if any Per/in 
                            

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