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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 24, 1743, London, Middlesex Hie London Daily Poft, ^,Cps^^.Adv^^t. Numb. 2^07* FRIDAY, June 24, 1743. iAM& down and faiPd rbe Lif-1 ton Packet, Talbot, for Liibon ; and Cleve, Rice, for Falmouth. ArrhrM his Majefty's Ship Dor-fetfbire, from Portfmouth ; Terror Bomb, and Duke of Bedford's Yacht, from the Welhvard } and Difpatch Tender ; and remain with the Shrewlbary Man of War ; Matilda, Wild, for Gi-braltar i and the Dotch Ship for Saft-India. Wind N.E. Graviftnd, Junt 22. Pais'd by Mary, Oliphant, from North-Carolina. Arrived at feveral Ports. The Sun, Hill, from Liibon, is arrived off Dover. The Calmer, �, fmm Raft-India, at Gottenbnrgh. The Mary, Oliphant, from Cape Fare, off Dover. LONDON. Yeflerday arrived a Mail from Flanders. We have a Confirmation from Peterfburg, that fome of -the Ruffian Gallies having attempted to land Troops in the Ifland of Aland, were obliged to retire with Lofs. Letters from Rimini fay, that the Auftrian Artillery has paffed the Panaro, and afTure us, that Count Traun is to Tend fome Troops into Tufcany, whither General Pallavi-cini is already gone. ^ From Bologna they tell us, that the Duke of Modena has precife Orders from the Court of Spain to penetrate into Tufcany, and take Poft between Graffignana and the Territory of Mafia. Some Letters from Peterfburgh fay, that the Grand Prince of all the Ruffia's lately declared to the Britifn, and Dutch Miniflers in the Emprefb's Pretence, � That being, * defcended from the Royal Houfe of Sweden), he* could < not look with Indifference on tbe noiferable Condition of * a Kingdom whofe Interefts ought to be fo dear to him ; � that actuated by this fole Motive, he had made ufeof his * Credit with her Imperial Majefly, in order topMain ad-' vantageous and honourable 1 erms for the Swedes, and 1 that" that Princefs liftened to his Entreaties even beyond * his Expectations; that he had fentTOrders to Mr. Peck- * lin, his Miniiier at Stockholm, to acquaint tbe States � with it; and, in fine, that he had Reafon to Hatter him-' felf that it would not be long before a Peace was conclu- * dedon a folid Foundation, it they would but examine ' the Proportions in Sweden without Paffion or Partiality.' And from Stockholm we hear, that the Jail Propofals made by Ruflh have been approved by the Majority of the States of Sweden, and that the Prince of Denmark's Party begins to grow cool upon the Matter. � ExtraSl of a Letter from Hanover, June 18, N.S. * We expeft foon to hear of Hoftilities being committed * towards the Rhine, for it is (aid that this was actually re- * folved upon when the King left this Place, the Negotia- * tiationVfor a Peace having met with infurmountable' ' Difficulties, notwithftanding the Earneftnefs with which � his Majefly employed his good Offices to reconcile the � Powers at War, in which he was feconded by feveral * Electors, who reprefented to the Emperor, the Danger � to which he expofed his Family in keeping the French * in Germany, and promifed to procure him advantageous � Terms if he would but break off his Alliance with the * Court of Versailles.' They write from Berl'n, that M. Bredon and the Chevalier de Rofee, the Bavarian Miniflers at that Court, hare been very bufy of late, but to no Purpofe : Some fay, that the Emperor propofed a Sufpenfion of Arms to the Queen of Hungary, and the BuGnefs of the Bavarian Miniflers was to prevail upon the King of Pruffia to make that Princefs accept it; and others will have it, that they were foliici-ting his Pruffian Majefty to fend an Army of Obfervation towards Bavaria : In the mean time, the Britifh and Au-. flrian Miniflers counter-a�led the Imperial Miniflers with all the Art they were Matters of ; but our Correfpondent pbferves, that both Sides might have fpared their Pains, *the King of Pruffia having been long ago fixed w his Resolution on thefe Affairs j and that he lately hinted that Refolution in fuch a Manner to Marfhal Broglio, as might alone .have been fufficiem to make the French withdraw from Bavaria. Letters from the Hague fay, that'they have Advice from very good Hands at Berlin, that a Peace between the Emperor and the Queen of Hungary is on the Point of being concluded, and that the Preliminaries thereof are already figned. According to Letters from Florence,, the Difference between the "Regency of Tnfcany. and the Court of Rome, about the printing of prohibited Books is not adjuffed, and they begin to be afraid that it will be attended with bad Confluences. Wednefday Morning early fail'd from St. Helen's-Road, his Majefty's Ships the Severn, Capt. Pritchard, and the Deal-caftle, Capt. Goddard, both bound for Barbadoes^nd the Leeward 1 (lands: Th� Hardwick, Capt. Haller, for EaftJndia, fail'd at the fame time to take the Benefit of Convoy down the Channel. Whitehall, June 2$, 1745. This Morning Mr. Parker, one of his Majefty's Meflengers, -arrived at the Duke of Newcaftle's Office with the following Letter from the Right Honourable the Lord Carteret to his Grace. My Lord, Dtltingen, Jttne\-96, 1743. HIS Majefty (God be praifed) has this Day gained a very confiderable Battle. The French palled the Mayo at this Place, with about Twenty-five Thoufand Men, and have been forced to repafs it with confiderable Lofs. I write this from the Village n�ar che Field of Battle, which the French were in Poffeffion of; by which Means we have fecured our Conjunction with the Heffiaris, and Hanoverian;, in Number above 12,000, which are within two Leagues of us ; and to intercept whom, the French made this hajsirdous Atrempt, which has failed them. His Majefty was all the Tin Hitt's, a Surgeon in the faid Street, where all poflible Care was taken of him, but he died in about half an Hour. Laft Thurfday fe'nnight was committed to Maidftone Goal, Edward Jones, charged on the Oath of James Martin, with Burglary. As was Elizabeth Edmonds, for a Robbery in the Houfe of Elizabeth Allington. And Francis Francis, charged on the Oaths of Richard Loyd, and Wattir Beedall, with having in his Cuftody a Bucket that had Marks on it of his Majefty's warlike Stores. Yeflerday in the Afternoon, one Mrs. Polfort in Ty-Jbam Road being in Company with a Man of her Acquaintance, a Difpute arofe between them, and fhe fuddenly catch'd up a Knife, and ftabb'd him in the Body, of which Wound he died in a fhort time ; fhe was immediately taken up, and being carried before a Juftice, was committed to Newgate. f �*. 1-743. A LIVERYMAN* Bank Stock 148 a 147 3 4thi. India Ditto 196 1 half a 197. South Sea Stock Books fhut. Ditto Old Arniui1-ties 114 1 half. Ditto New Books fhut. Three per Cent. Annuities Books fhut. Ditto 174*, Books fhut Ditto 1743, 100 3 8ths a 1 4th. Million Bank 118 3 4ths. Equivalent in. Royal Aflurance 83. London AfTurance iz. Englifb Copper 4 1. 10 s. Welch ditto no Price. African no Price. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan izo. Five per Cent, ditto 78 1 half. Bank Circulation 5 I. 10 s. Pr.�� India Bonds 41. 14 s. a 16 s. Pr. Trn-ee and a half Salt Tallies 3 Px. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders $ Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 1 4th Difc. Lottery Tickets 11 1. 13 s. SADLER's-WELL S.-- AT SADLER'S-WELLS, adjoining to the New-River Htadt this Day, will be ptrform'd The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting, by Monf. GUILIOMfi, Monf. DAVID, asd Signor FRANCISCOUE ; Rope-Dancing by the two Mils RAYNERS j Poftures, and feveral new EquilFbres, by Mr. Rayner ; With feveral Entertainments of Dancing (both Serums and Comic) by Monf. Froment, Mr. Davenport, Mafter Matthews, Mr. Pelliag, Mr. Olbcrldiftojv, Mr. Miles, Mr. Rayner, Mr. Clagget, Mr. Dcli-falde, Mrs. Bullock, Ma La Font, MifsWright, Mrs. Phillips, Mift King, Mrs. Vallois, Mrs, Anfley, and Mife Rayner; With feveral new Songs by Mr, Hemfltirk and Mifc HILLIER. The Whole to Conclude with H A R L E QJJ IN PROTEUS, Alttr'd and Reviv'd, with the Addition of feveral new Comic Scene* (never before perform'd) call'd N O M AG ICK LIKE LOVE. The Scenes Cloaths, and Decorations, being New. _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 Lemon-firm, Goodman'i-Fields, this Day, wilrtie perform'd The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Rope-Dancing by Madetnoifelle L'Etrange, Monf. Movire, and Mr. Hough. With feveral New BALLANCES by Monf. BRILEAU, juft arri-v'd from Paris, Who this Evening will perform Several New Equilibttt (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 Maften anl Mifs 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 Grotefque Chit-rafters, call'd HARLEQUIN MAGICIAN; or, T'be Enchanted Ifland. Harlequin by Mr. Hayes j CoJombine, Mrs. Hough ; Pantiloon, Mr. Chettle j and the Character of Blonder by Mr. Hough. The Char it, Scenes, and Msifick, bring entirtift New. % Evcty One will it admitted for a Pint of Wine a-pitte as ufual. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. At PHILLIPS'S NEW WELLS-Near the London Spaw, Clerkenwell, THIS Evening, and during theSummer-Seafon, will he perform'd feveral new Exercifea, by a Company of Hungarians, particularly SAMPSON RAGATZI, Tumjls over a Man and Horfe ; likewife flies through a Hogfhead, forces the two Heads out. Alio 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 Monfieur GERMAN. Likewife the celebrated CvESAR POLAMBIO, Who performs a new Exercife founded on the Principles of the-Mathe* maticks. To which will be added, a new Pantomime Entertainment, call'd The Difcontented Father; or, The Wedding Night. The Charafter of Harlequin by Mr. Phillips; ColomMne, Mrl-Phll-lips i Count Flafh, Monf. Dominique j Clown, Monf. Hendtack. Concluding with a Grand Entertainment of Singing and Deaang, call'd U PITER and A L C M E N A. By Mr. Johnfon, Mrs. Jackfon, Mr. PhUlips, Madem. Lebruae, Mr. Shawford, Madem. Herman, and Mrs. Morris. Ibe Cloatbi and Scenes bung entirely^ New. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock, v one will be admitted for a Pint of Wine as ufosi. J 9 9 Every one' Mwrtifimt* of a moderate Length are taken in for this Paw M Two Shillings eaeb. 0 ; <) ^ 0
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