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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 25, 1743, London, Middlesex                                The iLondon M|pamiftfii&i f'Nu�B. 2708. 1743- Deaf, fane ^3. ST Night fail'd Ruyfeni De. feng, forEaft-India. Remain in the Downs his Majefty's 'Ships DorfeUhire and Shrewlbury, Tef-ror-Bomb, afid DifpatchTender t and "theY Ship for Gibraltar. Wind N.E. 'Gravefe'nd,Jimt 24. Pafs'd by Succds, Hilt, from Li(boa. ' Arrived at.feveral "Ports, .The Thomas and Sarah, fiianchard, from CaroKna, is arrived off, Dover. The Two Sifters, Woodhoufe, from Lancaffer, at'Ja-nfeJc^. ' \: . ... "The Bleft, Fowler, from -Leverpool, in the River. LONDON. We.are aflbred fhat a fecond/^xpreis. is arrived, hy> whit^'therejs the following general Account of the A&idn atDettingen, vie. The French were 40,000 Men engag'd. 6000,of whom jVere kill'd. 2000 taken PrHbner*.      / And a great Number drown'd. A Standard Royal of France taken. The Englifh were, 13000 Men. 1200 kill'dj amongft which are General Clayton, Major'Hqneywbdd, and Col. Peats.; . r. It is faid the Puke d'Aremberg is dead of the Wound he received. -Itiialfo faid, that the Emperor has wrote a Letter to his Majefiy, ih which hedWires his Majeftys good Offices towards a Sufj�niioii  wfieh Horatro Town-fhend.Efq; 'arid William Chefejden/Eftj; were chdfijn. The fame\Day Mr; Thomas Noone, was chofen an Ale-Conner of this. City, in the robin of Mr. John Kirk, de-ceafed.  -; '  ' '   , Great Damage: was done on Thurfday Night laft to the Window? of feyeral Perfons of Diflioftioo** Houies in Hau noVCT-Sauare, by the Mo]? ; who likewife pull'd all the . Rails.down, round the faid Square. On Wednefday laft died Mr. Dlike, Steward jto the Right Hon.' the Earl of Arran; a Gendeittm of a "fair Character, and a very good Fortune. On Thurfday laft as Mr. Shaw, a'Surgeon in Soathwark, and his Wife, .wens coming to Town in a Chaife, they were ftop'd on Wimbleten-Common by two Fellows habited like Sailors, and robb'd of what Money they had 'abou t them. ,.       / � LaftWeek a poor Man at Work 'at the Gunpowder-Mill between Chelfea and Fuiham, driving an iron .Staple, it ftifuck Fire, ,and blew up the Powder in the Room,' whereby: the poor Creature was miferably trarnf; 'he was immediately carry'd -to: the l&fijfostittltttePa^. boner: Tins';''lecwd'jAbciient-''ortte"fcme Kind at that Powder'Mflf wjthin'f few Days, :Veite"iday:aBrewer*s Senrant beinjg^t WorkbveraCop-per of-boiling Liquor, fell into it 'and was dfreadfally. fcidded, bat was icon 4lken 'but and Teht' to St.'Gebrge"s Hospital.       : . "HiurfHay was committed toMaidflone Goal, by Joftice Lifbon- of Greenwich, Mary Goff, - for robbing her Matter. Mr; Pickard, -Talio;w-Chandler in Greenwich, of a Gold idhfe *antf ftveMtther Tilings.,. i ,,. , ^. v ^On /Monday next w^l' be,.,at1RUC^6LTr.HdtJSE. ai^jand Concert of Vocal and Inftrumental -Mufick: -It is "ery remarkable, that onr Monday'Morriitig laft, there ^ereupwards' of 500 C^ch'es^d-Charrots. I  R ~E 'L "A N  D. Dublin, /Jane 18. Weh^rfrbm^Lifburn^jchatthe Right l&r^tiie Lwd to tJwi great joy of all his Lbrdfhip's.-Tirnattts. Yefterday the Deputy-Alnagers-for the City arid-County of DdbUn/ fdze Bld&ngsto'my Girl,---arid ah 1-r^be kind To the poor dear Infant, that Heave behind ; Train him to Virtue, arid a Love of Truth, And form his Mann,ersI'early Jn his Youth. Farewe/fto all, who now'on me attead, The faithful Servant, and the weeping Friend. S A D L E R's-W ELLS. AT sadler'S-wells, adjoining to^ the Neto-River Bead, this ihy, mil be perform'd The V s u al diver S i ons. With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting, by. Monf. GUILIOME, *fohf. DAVID, 'iid Sjjnor TRANCISCQUE j . Rope-Dancing -by the. two Mils RAYNERS; Poftures, and ferefal new Bqoilibres, by Mr. Rayner ; With ftvtril Entertainments of Dancing {bofli SerioM and Comic) by Monf.Froment, Mr.Daveaoprt^^fafter Aiatthews, Mr. Pelling, Mr.Oibeldffton, Mr. Miles, Mr. Rayner, Mr. :Clagget, Mr. Deli-falde, ;Mn.toloclt,,Mrs.LaToht,'Mi6Wright, Mn. Phillips, Mifi King, Mrs. Vallois, Mrs. Anfley, and Mife Rayner} With feieral iiew Songs, by Mr. Hemfldrlc and Mifs HfLLIER. The Whole'to Conclude iwith harl ex^u i n p rote us, Alttr'd and Reviv'd, with-die Addition of fcveral new Comic Scenes (nev* before peiforni'dlcaird NO  MAG ICK LI K E  L O V E. The'SceneSj Clbaris, arid^Decorations,, being New. -_T> beffi every, Eren^ _ go o dm a nv-f i e l d s. A t the new w^lls the bottom of - XjL Lawa-Jlmt, GMth*an's*f:dJt, this Day, will be'perfbrm'd The usual diversions. WithRopeiDahcingby Mademoi/elle L'Etrange, Monf. Movire, and Mr. Hough. With feirerar New BALLANCES by Mfnf BRILEAU, jujt arrived from Paris,-Who this Evening .will perform Smeral Nno EfuilWret {never yet Teen upon the Engii/h Stage,) particularly One, with the Point of a Sword on the Edge of a Glaft. Dipdng by Mr. Carney, Mademr Perrank, the two Mafters and _Mi� Granier} 'Mifi Story, Mr. Chettle, Mrs. Hough, and Mr. Davey.       . Singing by Mr. Brett, Mr. CunniBgham, and Mrs. Hill, particularly A Mad Diakgue by Mr. Brett arid/Mr. Cunningham. The whole to conclude with feveral New Scenes in Grotefque Cha-raQers, call'd Harlequin magician; on.    . "The Enchanted Ifland. Harlequin by Mr.Hayes; Colombine, Mrs. Hough; Pantaloon, ,Mk Ghjsd5.i-.an4 the Chartfter.of^ttoder-by- MsvHoagh.-  'The Cloatbt, Scenes, andAiufick, being entirtly New. % Every One ntllbi admitted far a~Pint of Wine a piece as ufual. To begin every Evening atFive o'clock.  High Water this Day at London-Bridge at fj ^Knote* after 2;...... �!   -.-, .. ^ . .1,   ........... � - Bank Stock 148 a 147 1 half. India .Ditto 197 1 half a id6 1 4th. South Sea Stock Books fbut. Ditto,phi Arihultifes 114 J 4th. Dhio New Books ihut. Three per ?ent; Annuities Books ihut. Ditto 1742^ 162 1 half for Open hg. Ditto 1743, 100 a 99 3 4^* Million Bank 118 3 4ths. Equivalent 111. Royal Atfurance 83; Lpndph Affurance 12. Englifli Copiter 4 1. 10 s. Welch ditto ho. Price. African no.Price. Seven per Cent: Emperor's Loan 120. Five pet Cenf. ditto 78 1 half. Bank Circulation 51. 10 s. Pr. In. dia Bonds 4I. 16 s. a 14$.' Pr. Three and a half Silt Tallies 3 Pr. Three arid a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 1 4th Difc. Lottery Tickets 11 1. 12 s; a 1 o s. 6 d. At PHILLIPS'S NEW WELL%- Near the London Spaw, ClerkenweU,   .   ' \ THIS Evening, and during theSummer-Seaibn, will be perform'd federal new EXerclfes, by a Company of Hungarians, particularly S A M PSON    R; A G A T Z I, Joftps over a Man and Horfe ; likewife Hies through a Hogfiiead, forces the two Heads out.   A If6 the celebrated MademoifeUe  . K , E  R  M  AN. Who performs the Exercife of the Flags on ,the Stiff Rope* With extraordinary Performances on the Ladder, by Mohfieur '   G  E  R  M  As 'N.- Likewife the celebrated ~* C M S. A,R    P O LAMB I O, Who performs a new Exercife founded on the Principles of the Mathe* -   maticks. t To which will be added, a new Pantomime Entertainment, called The Difcontentcd father; or. The Wedding Night.   >f The Charader of Harlequin by.Mr> PhaBps j Colombine, Mn.Phil-lips 5 Count Flafh, Mont Dominique 5 Clown, Monf. Hendetick. Concluding with a Grand Entertainment of Singing and Deocing,   caU'd     * JUPITER   and   A L CM EN A. . By Mr. Johnfon, Mrs. Jackfoh, Mr. Phillips, Madem. Lebrthi, Mr, Shawford,. Madem. Kerman, and Mrs-Morris. ?be Cloatbs and Semes being entirely New. ' To begin every Evening at Fwe o'Clock. #*# Every one will be admitted for a Pint of Wine as ufeaL General-Poft Office, London-^- June 25, 1745. T'HESE are to give Notice, that the Pofi will go every Nigbt (Sundays excepted) from LondtfA to Tunbridge-Wells, and from Tunbodge- Wells to Loft-don, to 'begin on. Monday the Zfth lnfiant% and to copttnut during the SumtiterSeafan as ufual. By Command of the Pdftxnafter-General. <3corge Shefvocke, Secretary: - Eaft^India-MtMrie, June o.zy 1743.- AT a General Court of the United Company of Merchantsof England TraSiug to tfcEaJl-InJieii held this Day, It 
                            

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