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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 27, 1743, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 2709, MOND A Y,; Jvnz if,  1743. !\j Desl, June 25. A ME down and tM St� Quin-tin, Barker, for Leghorn; Prince �� Wale*, Keate, fijr, Ireland. Remain in the JCtowni his Ma-jeftyV Ships Dorfriftire and Shrewlbury, Tenor ^oinb, and Difpatch Tender; and Matilda, Wikb, for Gibraltar 1 Thames, Marcharrt, for Turkey. Wind North Eaft. The Minerva, Cload, from London, is arrived at Carolina. L O N  D O N. Since oar Wl arrived the >farh from France, Flanders and Holland. Letters from Lifton bring Advice, chat the King of Por-tugtl returned thither firom the Baths of Las C^das the i^:h of laft Month, without having received fb much Be-edit from them as waaexpe&ed; wherefore his Majeily is going t�) try a new Remedy,' which his Phyficians have ad-vifed him to take, and which he is to uft for fix Weeks fucceolyely. -'v.' They write from Copenhagen, that Orders are iffued for the March of a Bodvtrf Tr.ops; that Orders have alfo been font imp Norway, for aflembling a Body of tn,ooo Men on the Frontiers of the Welt rn Provinces of Sweden, that the Danila Fleet is inReadinefs to put to Sea, and that three Frigates have already been fent oat to cruize in the Ba! tick.- Extraa of a Letter from Stockholm, Jute ' 8, AT.*. * Captain Grahman arrived here the 16th Inftant from Finland, with Difpatches from Baron No cken and Ba>on Cederccreutz, the King's Plenipotentiaries at the Con-grefs of Abo. The Purport of thefe Difpatches is, that the Coort of Raffia has drapt her Demand in Regard to Helfinfors, that (he confents to leave that Port and the greateft Part of Nyland to Sweden, and only referves to faerfelf the Territory that lies bttween Bergo and the River Hymen, * This Day Captain Duncan arrived from Abo, and rjtougitfetters, which confirm the above News, adding, that the Plenipotentiaries on both Sides have figned a Preliminary Convention relating to a Sufpenfion of Arms. Op this Occafion the Senate immediately aflemWed, and at their breaking np went to confer with the Secret Com-rwuee of the.Dyefc The Order of the Peafants ftaHn-~ fill upon having the Prince Denmark chden for Sue-caflbrto the Throne; bat the other Orderi perfift in their RefblotioB not to declare their Senrimeats c* this Read, until thj^wholc Dyet proceeds in Form to the Kle&ion of aSucceflbr. ��. .� I*tten the t^^ImM, ttSTlvBi the Aoftnan Oamjrstt, <^uTe^dt^faya^v^^,�y�, HongarianJHorUt, ift\ order to join the Allies on. the Maio. Thefe Letters addV that Marfhal BrogUp after1 having left aboot 3000 Men to Gafrifon Ingolfbdt, marched away to Danawerth, where he arrived with his wbpleArmy the 2zd Inftant; that. Count Seckendorff. repafied the Danube at the fame Time, and .took Poft on the Right-fide of the Lech, within a final! Diftance of Rain; Where he has been joined by about 4000 Bavarian Troops drawn off from the Frontiers of Tyrol. From Geneva we hear, that the Infant Don Philip's Troops are aflembled partly in the Neighbourhood of Mont-melian, and the reft near Aiguebello: The Marquis de la Mina has fent circular Letters into all the Pairlbes of Savoy, requiring every one of them tofurnish three Peafents and feven Sump er Horfes for tranfporting the Baggage of the Spantfh Army. AU Thm^ are j^etting ready for the March of that Army,- and 14000 TCnts are making for it in fevcral Parts 7bf Savoy. From Lintz we hear, that the Queen of Hungary accompanied by the Great Duke of Tufcany arrived there from Prague theyth Inftant, N.S. Letters from' Bruflels of the 27th Inftant, N.S. fay, that .tbey areaflured that the '20000 Menfurnifhed to the Qoeen of Hungary by the States General, will march directly into Germany, Without forming a Camp as was given out: They are to file off in feveral Divifions, that they may be better, fopplfrd with Forrage. Advices from the Frontiers of French Flanders fay, that all the Troops are in Motion on that Side, and that it appears they are going to form a Camp; bat' they can't yet. tell 'whether it isrote ohthe Meufe or the Mofelle. X^r^-/rom^r^eU"flf the .2d tf July. N.S. adyifc, thai; iCotiner wa* arrived therefrom the Duke of Arem-bergj with the fUlowing Letter from the Duke to Count' Konigfegg-Erpi,; Governor of the Auftrian Netherlands.  I have the Honour to fend your Excellency the * QaarierMotte; to acquaint you, that the French having ' palled the Main Yellefdav on (wo Bridges\qf Boat*,. � which tbey had laid atSclmttadt, .we* gaihed a cornpieat ' Vlftory bveVtliem iJeaj t^t-Village of Dettingeri, the ' Advantage of which will be more ivident by the Seqael. ' I  Imperial Majefty arrived there IntJg. the 28th Inftant, N.S. ac Four o'Ooc'c in the Morning. Srme Advices from Bavaria fay, that the Town of Bran nan has furrendered j that iheGarnfon obtained' leave to march out with the Honours of War, but that they mult not ferve for two Years to come againft the Queen of Hun-gary. It U currently reported, that Egra has likewife fur-rendered, but we don't hear what Sort of Capitulation the Garrifon m >de. An Augmentation of 80co Men is to be made in the French Caval 7 and Dragoons, by adding a Squadron to every Regiment. Advices front Paris fay, that the Emperor has retired from Aogfburgh to Ulm. _........,.iV....#.>.a.. From the London Gazette. Hague, Juntzb, N.S. From Bavaria we hear, tha  tween a great Morafs and the Danube, about half Way between Ingolibdt and Neuboarg, which laft Place, belong-, ing to the Eleftor Palatin, has, iris faidr refufed Admittance both to Imperialifts arid French,The Detachment under M. Segar, which Was fent from the French Army upon the Rhine to the AfCftance of Marfhal Broglio, have pofted and intrenched tbemierves upon the, Schellenberg and fome Advices add, thai the Palatin Regiments, who were with M. Segur, have taken their leave of him. In the mean Time, Marfhal Seckendoif, wimhUCorps^ was1 got4o Donawerth, whalft.Prince Charles had inarc\hed:tht: aoth Inftant horn Giefielfeld^ to Pueck, and defigoed, as was thought, to proceed io the Lech ovcragij&ft Dona* werth, General^^Nadafti.hajnng elwady taken Poft atRaln upon that Rivef� and Prince Lobcowin^ bdng ordered to ttpafs {he Danube, ahdjoin his:;{tighnds ajpon the Lech.  �w Mw�a��n * as Yefterday Morning about 8 try j but after a brave \ (This Day the Quarter Seffions begins ^t Hicks's-Hali, To-mor�bw at Guildhall, and on Wednefbay at the Qld- Baileys-f"-...... . . . -� ....... j On Friday laft there was a gmt Cricket-Match at Chi* f^lhurftj- near Bromley in Kent, between eleven Gentlemen C  Bank Stock 147 t half. India Ditto 196 1 4th. Sooth Sea Stock Book* (hut. Ditto Old Annuities .114 jL4fb> Ditto New Books ihut. Three per Cent. Annuities 102 t half. Ditto 1742, 102 1 half. Ditto t743,_99 3 4ths Million Bank 118 3 4th$. Equivalent trt. Royal Affurance 83. London Aflurance it. Englifh Copper 4 1. 10 s. Welch ditto no Price. African n$). frix. v Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 120. Five per Cent, ditto. 78 1 half. Bank Circulation 5 L 10 s. Pr. ltd 4 Bonds 41. 13'. Pr. Three and a half .Salt Tallies 3 Pr. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders c. Prem. Three per Cent, ditto I 4th Difc. Ljp-nwry jfckets 11 1. 10 s. -------- SADLE R's-W ELLS. AT SADLER'S-WELLS, adjoining to the New-Rivtr Bead, this Day, will he peribim'i - Tee USUAL Dl VERSION With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting, by M , \ WfUt ieveral Ehtertainnenu of Dancing (both; $eriois.aad Cotpii) -by Monf. Fromeot, Mr. Darenport, Matter Matthews, Mr. Pelling, Mr.Olbrlolfton, Mr. Mile*, Mr. Rayner, Mr. Cbggct, Mr.Deli-felde, Ma Bullock, MrilaFont, MrAWright, Mrs. Phillip, Mift King, Mw. Valtoii, Mn. Aniley, and Mils Rayner; Whh fereral new Song* by Mr. tfemflurk and Mi& HILL1ER. The Whole to Conclude with H A R L E QJU IN PRO T E U S; Alttr'd and Reviv'd, with the Addition of fereral ne* C/igiioSceae� �    .   (neTtrbeftrepex&TOM) callM        1 f   '     ^ ; NO MAGIC K LIKE LOVE,  > The Scene*, Cloaths, and Decoratkm*, being Kew. To begberoy Evening.at Fire o'Clock. ' * The~ Freneh attackfd _ ^o'clock, with great Fory j bo*after a brave Defroce . * we drove them a fall Gallop acrcdathe River- and mataPd^l ' them iadty ; we have dettrojed the ?rn'-d'Arms, and * made feveral of them Prtfopers, among which are two * General Officers $ and took tiro Pieces of Cannon, and � two Standards ; the Fight held fix Honrs very defperate; * our Lofs is not however very great by Death, tho' it if ' by the wounded. General Clayton was (hot dead, and 'found ftript, and Major Honeywood is kill'd; the  " between the Aufiriantf and Spaniards, in which the latter were defeated; agreeable to what we laid on Saturday On Saturday Might Hefler Graham, otherwife Smith, otherwife Johnfon, was committed to Newgate by Col. De Veil, for Healing out of the D-velling-houfe of Mrs. Elrza^ beth Waring, a Parcel of Laced Linnen, and other Wear-ing Appircl, found upon the faidI Graham. 1 We hear that on Saturday Night laft, at Phillips's. New, Wells, near the LondonSpaw, Clerkenwell; there were' �eatlllaminat'sns, Firework�,:&c, withMufick, Kett/^ '^Drunis,^"HaiitboyV, &c7 on'Accoa'nt of the happy Succefs of bis Majefty in the laft Engagement, 1^ - -   :--r~---, j^O O D M A N's-f I E L D~� 5 * T thc.NEW W.ELtS the bottom^ ^swt" i>fWRSTONi: ' '  . With Ro^Dtasing     Monf. jANKOVMidem. JVjtnjftnB. MtftC MoTJre^aod Mr.-HdogS> ,. Mm/. BRILEAU. M.atxivU fiom Paris, Who t2^;Erainig. will foktA^mirdlNtvfEq^iliba^t^ei^tif ' Glafi. ..-->� if�>�'�'*� Dancing by Mr. Carney, Madem. 'Pemnlt, the two Mater* iad ; Milk Granitti Mift Sterjy Mr.Chettle, Mn. Hooghi and Mr. ; Dawy. And TVMBLWQ by Monf. JANNO, Mmf.MwiK, and Mr. Hough. Singing by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cuflniagloun, and Mn. HiJl,,partico�trfy -    A Mad Dialogue by Mr. Brett and Mr. Conninfhani. 'The whole to csnelnde with fereral New Scenes in Crete^ue Cht; i : raften, call'd: " H ARLEQUI N MAGICIAN; OR, the Enchanted I Hand. Harlequin by Mr. Hayes; Colombine, Mr*. Hough) Pantaloon j Mr. Chettle; and the Character of Blunder by Mr. Hough. 7b* Cltarbt, Seats, and Mufick, briig entirety Ntto. \* Every One will it admitted fir a Pint of ftfiit a-fitte at afuol. To begin erery Evening at Fire o'clock.   ; At PHILLIPS^ NEW WELLS-Near the London Spaw, ClerkenweH, THIS Evening, and during the Summer-Sea&n, will he perform'd fereral new Exerdfei, bj a Company ofHangarant, particularly SAMPSON    RA-OATZI, Jumpj erer a Man and Horfe $ alfo the celebrated -Mademoifelle   K  E  R  M  A  N. Wba performs the Exertife of the Phgi on the Stiff Rope, With extraordinary Performances 00 the Ladder, by Moniieur     GERMAN. Likewife the celebrated C iE S A R    P O L A M B I a Who performs a new Exercife founded 00 the Principles of the Mathe- matickf. ; With fevetat Zntertattuaents of Siaging and Dancing, particularly The Drunken Peafent hy Mr. PHILLIPS. To whkh (by partkukrDefire) wiBbeadded, The HARLOT'S PROGRESS. . The Chmfrer of Harlequin by Mr. Phlllipi; Mi6 Kitty, M^PhH-lips y Beau MordecaL Mr. Shtwford. ; Concluding with a Grand Entertainment of Singing and Deado*,    . ' call'd / : '  ; J UP I TE R and   A L CM EN A. .: *By Mr. Johnfon, Mn.Jackfon, Mr. PhiUip^ Madem. Lebnme, Mr.Shawferd, Madem.JCerman,,#nd,Mr�.Marjjtv ....^.v, To begto erery Evening at Fife o'Cloek. #% Ewry one will be admitted for a Fint ef Wine u ufuaL   * AdvertifeminU efa moderate Length are taken in for \*bis P�t*r it Tm Shillings each.   

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