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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 6, 1743, London, Middlesex                                T%6l$o^  ******* WE D N E SD A Y,  July .5, T i.  � 1743- in n *� ClVEDthe Mermaid, Philips, from Leghera i tad Dabltn Merr ^chant, Thomas/ from Dtiblin. Came down and filled Rfcelford, Puffin*: for Top&am. Remain the Chatham, Darfetfcire, and Shretfftarv Men of War, and | 'die Prifcilla Tender; Matilda, Wilds, for Gibraltar) and Rujc-.,.....;^--J^^,-JbfGlbralitr. Gravefeni, July 4. PaJSttby ^J0*"1 arid $ane, Lam* ibctb, from Stettin^ the Dublin Merchant, Tfeorhas, from DuWin; Aaron, Woodward, from St. Kitts * die Qaeeh of tfungaiT, Rufiel, from Rotterdam * the Antwerp Packet, Worthall, from Middleburgh ; Three Brothers, Johofon, Stockholm 1 and -, Anthony, from Lifton. jfrriwdat feveralfort*. Taterner, from Leghorn, it arrived off The 'Dover. The Priirte of Orange, Adams, from New-England, at Portfinotttk The Margaret, � � \ and Betty, Janny. from Oporto j Poft-bojr, Grantf-from Lifbon j and King William, Scott, ttori Ztmt, axe arrived it firiftol. The Kargrave, Kelly, from Louden at Oporto. - The Qoeenof Hoagary, Campion, from London ; and *he Simpfoo, Simms, from Philadelphia, at Lifbon. The Jenny, Staples, from Cowesat Hamburgh. L O N D O N. txtra8 of * frboatt tetter from Paris, dated jutj S, � The ttteA�Uon oh the Mainfc�wa3 oncof the lharpeft � andMowUeft that has l&ppened for many Yean.  It be- * ^at^oeo'Clackintbe^Afternoon and held 'tillDuflc. * ByaHfhe Recounts we hatereceiv'd, itappean that our * Troops gained the Victory, fince they made themfelves "� Mafters of the Field of Battle ; that they purfoed the < EnglHh the next Day, and took Pofleffion of the Villa- * ges which they had occupied near Afchaffenbourg; and, -* Sat the Enemy retreated to Hanau, leaving their Sick * and Wounded behind them. Bat France has bought this ' Vifioty very dear, a great many Ferfons of the. firft Rank � having been killed, wounded, or taken Prifoners. * The Body of Grey-and Black Moofquetaires, fofiered ' extremely by the Enemy's Cannon and fmall Arras; ' neverthefds, not one of them ftirr*d out of his Place: ' They were in all 300, but at Night upon their Matter, * no more than an 130 were found in their Camp,  The * King of Great-Britain's Lire-Guards fuflered not a little, < * the Cavalry of his Majefty's Houfhold, having broke in * upon them. As to the EnemyV Foot,' they did Wonders; * the Officers of the Regiment of French Foot-?�uards, " < were forced to call to their Afliftance, the Regiments of ' Piedmont, Navarre, and the King'sij vand then the Bat-4 Ik becime dreadful, the-^wo Armies lighting Hafld to.7 � Hand.1 All the Nobletm on boUi Sides, kd da by the' * Princes, Dukes; and other OfficersI of DiftinfrJon, w|re * engaged: The Dukede Chartres, charged four Timesat * the Head of the Cavalry, as did likewife the Prince de * Dombes and the Count  oEngHlh Troops are ^ arrived there from] Ghent, and are to be followed forthwith by the two EagUfb Regiments, and the Regiment of I Highlanders" Which are aill in that Town : Thefe Troops -| are to efcorte femV&ggage and Cloathing fot our Army on the Main.".       '. , '��.'. Letters from Italy^^bring Advice, that the Reppblicks of Venice and Genoa, and the Regency of Tufcany have if-, foed Edith, for patting; a Stop to all Commerce with the � . kingdoms of Naples and Sicily, and the Iflaad of Malta loo, on Aecoant of the Pefwential Diftempers which'j reign in Sicily. They write from Rati/bon, that M. de la Noue, the? . french\Minh1er'therci having received Orders to repair to Francfort, has been fo generous and honeft, as not to leave that Ciry until he paid the Debts contracted by the French Troops with the Inhabitants, which amounted to 15 or 16000 Florins. We hear from Madrid, that 3060 more Mifdebts are njfing Wjth the ntmoft Diligence in Catalonia, tor the In fent Don Philip's Army. The- Marfhal > Dakede.JteUeifle. is, gone to drink the. Waters of Flombieres in Lorrain, white the Army isaf- ftmblfng on ikt Meafc of which he is to have the Command. Coftof a letter frm^ield I&arfrat tount KbivtnbHlkr, datedfrkm the Camp near R�j*t June a 8. N.S. ' The Queen's Army having, on the 25th Jjiftant,,.ad-' yancedasfar as the River lich, the Bavarian Troopsj who lay encamped on the Other Side. 0/ \hat Rifer, - * thought pfla>er to break up, and retire further hack. 1 * The following Day 'Count Secktndotffdefuedanlnter-' view with me, which I ccfnfented to. We met accordingly 4 Vefierday at the Convent of Lower Sco'nfeld, not Tar from * hence: The Refult of our Conference was, that, upon ' certain and ufual Conditions, Brauriau, which we keep blocked up, as wel( asRichenhatl, ihould be immediately furreodtrM to our Troops s and that afterwards, in proper ' Time, Straubingen alio mould be evacuated and put into ' our Pofleffion. As to the main Affair, his Electoral Highnefs of Bavaria has taken the Refolution entirely to withdraw his Troops from thofe of his Allies, and to ' dulribute them into the Territories of thofe States of the * Empire who are not engaged in this War,iand confe-' quently to embrace a Neutrality with Refpeft to our * Army and to the Territories of the Empire.' Hanau, June 24. We have taken the important Poll oF Hoechft, with eight Battalions, four Englifk and four Hanoverian. The Englifh are Duroure, Campbell, Bligh and Ponfonby's: The Earl of Albemarle and Brigadier Pon-fonby are with them. Lieutenant General Somme/feld commands the Whole: He has eight Pieces of Cannon \ and Brigadier Zaftrow commands the Lunebourg Brigade. Lift of French Standard!? taken at the Battle near J)e'ttmgent on theAdtb of June, O.S. 1743. 1. A White Standard finely embroidered with Gold and Silver, a Thunderbolt in the Middle, upon a blue and white Ground. Motto.  Stns�reGigantes. N.B. Both Sides the fiine. 2. A Red Standard, two Hands with a Sword, and with a Laurel Wreath and Imperial Crown at Top. Motto.  Incorruta fides, C5* avita Virtus. On the other Side the Sun. Motto.   Kec Pbtribus Impar. 3. A Yellow Standard, embroidered with Gold and Silver.  The'Spn in the Middle. No Motto. 4. A Green ditto in the fame Way. 5. The Mali of another tore off; but appears to have been Red. ' 6. A White Standard, embro'der'd with Gold and Silver. In the Middle a Bunch of nine Arrows tied with a Wreath; all gained with BLodj the Launce1 broke ; the Cornet killed without falling, being buckled behind to. his Horfe, and his Standard buckled to. him.   . \ ,., Motto.  Jhtrius Joy$jt alteraile/a.   _ N.S. This Standard belong'd to the Moufquetaires Noirs,. and was taken by a Serjeant of Lieutenant General Hawley's, of the Right Squadron of the whole Line. It is pofitivcly afTerted, that a Reinforcement will be immediately fent to Admiral Matthews, to enable himtoexe-cute an importaut CapwUtiBBt - - -.- '  * Vefierday arrived a Mail from Lifbra, by which there is Advice, that the Oxford Man of War, the Hon. Captain Pawlet Commander, was arrived there, from Gibraltar. By the Mermaid from Leghorn, lad from Gibraltar, we have Advice, that the Garland Man of War was failed from the laft mention'd Place, with Teveral Merchant Ships under her Convoy; as.alfo the rich Galleon, taken and carried into Gibraltar by his Majefty's Ship the Romney; the Arrival of which Ships is expecW every Moment. Yeiterday Advice came, that the Bumper, --, bound from Cork to Lifbon, is taken by a Spanifb Privateer, and carried into Galicia. The Hon. Horatio Townfend, Efq; who was chofen into the Office of Sheriff of this /City and County v having > refafed to ferve; and William Cheflelden, Efq; having fwore off, the Right Hon. the Lord Mayhr has appointed a; Common-Hall To-morrow, in order to chufe proper Per-fons in their roam. On Monday laft died, at her Houfein JohufonVCourt in Fleet-fireet, Mrs: Moantfey, Relicl of Mr. Mountfey, ah .eminent Surgeon, .who. died many Years since.   . Yefterday Prifcilla Clayton was committed to Clerken-. weirBrideWell, for felohioofly and privately picking the: Pocket of Mr. John Saunders, a Country Farmer. The Account publifbed on Monday laft, of the Death of Mrs. Berry, is a MiOake, that Gentlewoman being in per. ftft Health. Laft Night there was a great Appearance of Nobility and Gentry at Ranelagh-Gardeni, who exprefsM ao uncom-  mon Satisfaction in hearing Mr. Sullivan fing s being the' fecond time of his. performing at that Place. From the London Gazette. Whitehall, Jufy 5. The King has been pTeafed to con-ftitute and appoint Samuel Warter Whitfbed, Efq� to be Colonel of the. Regiment of Dragoons, whereof Alexander Rofs, Efq; was late Colonel. His Majefty has been pleafed to conditute and appoint Edward Richbell, Efq; to be Colonel of the Regiment of* Foot, whereof Samuel Warter Whitfhed, Efq; was Colonel. His Majefly has been pleafed to conftitute and appoint John Folliot, Efq; to bs Colonel of the kegiment of Foot, WheVebT Edward Richbell, Efq; was Colonel., His Majefty has been pleaied to conftitnte and appoint, John Price, Efq; to be Colonel of the Regiment of Foot, whereof Lieutenant General .Jafpec Clayton, Efq; deceafed, was Colonel. . * His Majefty has been pleafed to conftitute and appoint Thomas Murray, E^q; to be Colonel of the Regiment of Foot, .whereof Johtf Price, Efij; was Colonel. - His Majefty has been pleafed to> conftitute and appoint Greenwood, Efq; to be LieaeD.nt Colontl to the Regiment of Foot, coprnan Jed by Colonel Kobinfoa owi, Amoidus TiiUeken, Efq; to be Major to' the falcbRe-gimetatt,. .  Hi� Majefty has been pleafed to conftitute and a appoutC Geo-ge Gr4nk, to be Governor of Invernefs. ' Bank Stock 146 1 4th a 146. India Ditto 192 a i'ha)f i^t a t half. South Se^ Stock 11 % t half a 114. Ditto Old Annuities 1137 8thsa 114 1.8th.' Ditto New 114 1 4th a 1 half. Three per Cent. Annuities 102 1 half Ditto 1742, 102 1 half. Dittg 1743, 99 34tb� a toe. Million Bank 119. Equivalent 11.1. Royal Affuranot 83. London Aflurance 11 7 8ths. Englifti Copper 41. ios.* Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 119 34th*. Five per Cent, ditto 78. Bank Circulation 5 l.ios. �Pr. India Bonds 41. 10 s. a 12 s. Pr.   Three and a half Salt 1 Tallies 3 Prem. Three and a half per Cent.-Exchequer Orders. 5 Prem.    Three per Cent, ditto I half Difc. 'Lottery Tickets 111. 9 s. S A D L E R's-W E L L S.-- AT SADLEJR's-WELLS, adjoining t� the New-River Bead, this Day, will be petform'd The USUAL DIVEKSI ONS. With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting, bf MohT.GUILIOMB, Monf. DAVID, �d Signer FRANCISCQDE } Rope-Dancing by the two Mifi HAYNEllS.} Poflufes, and feveral new EquUibres, by Mr. Aayner ; With feverai Entertainments of Dancing (both Serious and Comic} by Monf. Froment, Mr. Davenport, MaSJer Matthews, Mr. Pelling, Mr.Olbeldifton, Mr. Miles, Mr. lUyner, Mr. Cfagg�, Mr. Defi-falde, Mrs. Bollock, Mrs* La; Font, MifiWright,- Mn. Phillips, Mift King, Mrs. Vallou, Mrs. Anfley, and Mife Rayner j With feveral new Songs by Mr. Hemfcirk and Mifs HILLIER. The Whole to Contlnde with B ARLE QAJ I N f RO TEU3, Altered and RevivM, with the Additian of ferieral new Comic Scenes (never before perform'd) call?d  . N O MAG IC K LIKE LOVE. - The Scenes. Cloaths, and Decorations, bejng New. To begin eyery Erening at Five o'clock. irt?n AT the NEW WELLS the bottom pf Ltnm-ftrm, Gxdmaa,s-Fiildi, this Day, will be perform'd" The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Rope-Dancing by Monf. TANKO, Mon&Mavire, and Mr. Hough. With feveral New BALLANCES by juft � orriv'd fiom Paris, Who this Evening will jwrfaoa Seeeral Ntm E^mBbtti e�ftJcalsrs> One with a Boy on the Top of a Ladder, plac'd on the Edge of a GUIs. Dancing by Mr. Carney, Madem. Perranlt, the two Mailers aal Mifi Granier, Mils Story, Mr. ChetrJe, and Mrs. Hough. And TUMBLING by Monf. JANNO, Monf. Movire, and Mr. Hough. Singing by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunningham, and Mrs. Hill, particularly .  ^NEW SONG, cmpeidby a very Celebrated Mailer, W/a�f ty Mr. Brett, in Praife of the Englifh Arms over the French. And A Mad Dialogue by Mr. Brett and Mr. Cunningham.       **far by    - --JU E R M   A ^� Mohfieur-U  E   R  M  A N. Likewife the celebrated C & SAR v P OLA MB I O, Who ptrfonns a new Exercife founded on-the Principles of the Mathe> matickf. To whki (by particular Dtfire) will be adied, The HARLOT'S PROGRESS* ALSO, jin E#a8 Hifrtfentation of the laft Glorious Victory gained ever the French by the Englifh, at the Battle of Dettinge*, tpitb the 7aki-iag of tbt White Houfiiold Standard by tit Scots Greys. Note, The Publkk u alio defir'd to take Notice, that both Ar-miea art New-doatb'd, with'all other Aceoutremenrs,'*TDrom�^ Kettle-Drums, Trumpets, Hautboys, and French-Horns. "      Concluding with' a Grand Chortft/caird     * - -   Hail! England's Prince, by Mr. Johnfon, and ethers* To begin every Evening at FWe o'Clock. Every one will be adsnitted for a Pint of Wine as pfial. 2-4 24 -2 4dvitti/mitUs tfa mfcttt Unfib art takeninfer this Paptr at      Shillings tack. 0-0   

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