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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 7, 1743, London, Middlesex TH U RSD A �, July 7, 1743. (RIVED his Mtjefty's Ship& the Feinbroke, Garland, ind Pembroke's Prize; Betty,Bqchanan,; fromZanl? and ifccchus, Kil- -Piealant, Evans;/Samuel and'John, Milner % and Mary, --, from Lifbon, off Dover. The FomuW, Bendy,, from Portmahone ; Tito, Durell, from Leghorn } Three Sifters, M'FarUn, from South Carolina j Bacchus, Cobb, from Opono ; Ryalto, Drake, froanZant and Dufcer�f Lorrain, Newton, from Medina, ilfboff Dovtr. . ' ,. The Bofp'boras, Richards ; and.the .Genoa Gaily, Gray, from Smyrna, at Portmahone. L ON DON. -r Ycfterday arrived the Mails from France andT Flanders. �. ExtraS of Letter from Romet June' za. The Spaniards carrying off Counf Perroni, the Queen * of Hungary's Conful at Ancona, makes a great Noife in � this City. Laft Week Cardinal Albani.'PjottaorQf the * Kingdom of Hungary, as�d M. de Thuai, Minilter from * the Court of Vienna, deceived two Couriers on this Oc-" cafion,. one from Ancbnaj and the other from Toligno} � "opon which they both" went to the Secretary of State, 4 and reprefented to him, that the Government was in-: * tereftedin this Affair; Count Perroni having-been carried � off from a Gty in^br Ecdcfiaftick State.The Secte- * taryof State relifbed their Reafons, and immediately dif- * patched away a Courier to the Apoftolick Comnvflary in * the SpanUh Army, with Letters for the Duke of Modena, * and Count Gage. ~ * Laft Monday the Maltese Erobaffador, had a Confe. * rence with the Secretary of State; and prefeoted to him * the Commandant of two Galliots of that Order, which are * actually at Civica-Vecchia, and which may be of great * Service to us in keeping off from our Coafts all Ships ' * bound from Sicily,* that Kingdom .being itire&ed with " Diftempers, which Tome fay are only Epidemical, but * which are by others joftiy tofpe&ed of being contagious. * However it be; we are affined thatupwardsof 0006 Per-0 fons- have lately died of thofe Diftempers at Meffiqa in * one Fortnight only. The Sacred, College, alarmed at * this News, have held, several Conferences, in which it * has been rdblved to iend-the Cardinals Spinola and Bona. ' corfi to vifit the Towers alon^ our Coaft on the Mediter-' ranean, and provide them with all Sorts of Neceflaries. * The two Galliots of Malta, with the.Gallies of the * Church, and fome armed Barks will pat to Sea forthwith, * and cruize along the Coaft for the Purpofe above-men- * rioned. w : '' .v '. From Rimioi they tell as, that the Spanifii Army will inarch for Ravenna, and encamp in that Neighbourhood, as foon as the Wheat Harveft is gathered in. But Letters from Mantua fey, that the Velt Marfhal Count Traun will march into Rbmagna, and give Battle to the Spaniards be-fore the'Harveft isbrer. They write from Turin, that the Spanifh Army in Savoy is preparing to begin iheOperations of the Campaign, and have already brought a fine Trainof ArtillerytoMontme-lian; but it is-pretended that they begin to i want Pro-vifions. . -1 � Letters frpaBraflels &y, that the.. Scotch Royal Regiment, the Highlaiid J^jiment, with. Roth's and Howard's" Rcpmenta, �nre^ these :J^W with a*5 Waggons foU ^XJ^njfornu for the BritishArmy on the Main. . ^ v.- . Letters, from Stodkholm bring Advice of the Lofs of Ma- Jor-Geneii^ Frendenftli, wlio is very much regretted on Accooht]oirUs Ea^io^agalnft the.Rpffians on the Side of Bothnia, fince the Swedes were drove out of Finland: The Ahwrhanpofd as follows; Capt ficej and wentio-the Bottom with all the Paflengers. However, Capt Leving revenged the Gene-, ral's Death ; for having lain- m Amoufh with his Detach-tnwt,*'teifell"fo <*^j"�n^ killed a great many of them, among whom there was a Major, a Captain, arid a Lieutenant j bot whether he drove them out of the Ifljnd, is what does not appear by this Account. According to Advices from Peter&urgh, the Court o-mits nothing that may draw Foreign Officers into her Service : To this End thtGovernors of the Provinces conquered from Sweden,; have received Orders not only to grant Paffports to fuch Officers^ but alfo to defray their Travel-liag Expences to Peterfborgb : The Ruffim Commiffary at Dantzick has received Orders to the fame purpofe. The F.mprcfs has likewifi levived the Decree of Peter the Grcr, whereby all Strangers that came to fettle at Peterlburgb, were made free Burgher j and Money was even given them to fet them up in Bounds. By Adtfice* from Pari) we bear, that Marfhal Broglio is gone to Strafbjrgh, ahd that Marfhal Coigny is to com* mand in his Scead. They alfo &ive us a Liil of the killed and wotmdcd.among the Houfhold Troops of France in the late Battle, whereby it appears, that they had 44 Officers killed, and 81^woundedt befides,*// the Officerj of the HOrfe-Grenadiers likewife wounded, but the Number not fpecified; 11 e private Gentlemen killed, and.275 weundedj 21 taken Prifonersj 425 Horfes killed, and 138 wounded. It is faid an Exprefs is arrived, with an Account that Prince Charles, with 41,000 Men, was within three Days March of his Majefty, when the faid Exprefs came away. We'hear that the Ships from Sicily and the Levant a. e ordered to perform Quarantine at the Creek below Grave-fend, by Directions of the Lcrdi of the Regency, on Account of the Diftempers raging at prefent in thofe Places. Yefierd iy Advice came, that the Succefs, Gibfon, from Lancafter, for Oporto, is taken by aSpanifh Privateer, and carried into Bayonne. From all Parts of England we have Accounts of the Rejoicings, made for the Glorious Victory obtained by his Majefty over the French Army at Dettingen;-.an Army greatly fuperior in Number, Commanded by a General of whom they hid the greateft Opinion, accompanied by the Princes of the Blood, affifted by their beft Officers, and compofed of the Flower of their Forces, Yetterday Morning died of the Small-Pox, J.hn Butler Symmonds, Efq; of the Ifland of Nevis, at his Lodgings in Fenchurch-ftreet -This young Gentleman was Heir to 1500II per Ann. by the Death of his Brother; who died about three Weeks ago of the fame Diftemper. Extrafi cf a Letter from Aln*witkt June 28. � Ycfterday the Right Hon. the Earl of Tankerville, * Lord Lieutenant of the County cf Northumberland, im- < meditiely on receiving the News of the late Action on < the Main, fent an Exprefs to Richard Grieve, Efq; of * this Place, to prepare a large Bonfire of Tar Barrels at * theCrofs, and two-Hogueadsof Strong Beer for thePo-' pulace. Mr. Grieve likewife gave Notice to the Com- * mon Council, and the reft of the Gentlemen in Town, * defiring them to meetfiat die Town Hall, which waVrea-4 dily complied with; and I dare juftly fey, that every � Perfon's Breaft was full of Warmth and Loyalty for our ' Gracious and Heroic King's Prefemtm in that vigorous Action. The Healths were, his M�jefty*s, the yoilng ' and Noble Duke of Cumberland, the .reft of the Royal 1 Family, the Queen of Hungary, the Earl of Stair, Lord 'Carteret, our worthy Lord Ueutenant for the County, ' with Succefs to the braveEnglifh Veterans for theirgal- * lant Behaviour, not doubting but they will porfue their * Conquefts witha& much RejKdutibn and Bravery as ever ' the Roman Legions did. The Company paraded from < the Town Hall to the Poft-houfe,; and from thence to * 'Angel Inn, at both^which Places the aforelaid Heal hs K were repeated, wkfa continued loud Huzzas. Moft of * the Houfes in Town were illuminated, and the whole ' concluded by Four this Morning.' I R E LAND. Dublin, June zS. We hear from Downpatrick, that Roger M'Neill; Efq; of Tihefk, was married on Saturday the iUth Inftant at Hbllymonnt, to Mifs Elizabeth Price, .Daughter to Cromwell Price, Efq; Member of Parliament for the County of Down. Laft Friday died the Rev. Mr. Walter Thomas of Thur-Ies, in a very advanced Age, whofe Death is much lamented, as he was a very entertaining agreeable Companion, . and exceedingly hofpitable. His Living, which is valuedat; 7001. a Year,,is in the Gift of his Grace the Archbilhop' ofCafhel. . - Laft Sunday Morning died Richard Hufon, of Bally-1 ril, in the County of Wexford,. Efq; a Gentleman of exceeding good Character. We hear from Chefter, that on Friday the 17th Inftant died Mrs. Gaven, Wife to Mr. Luke Gaven, Merchant, after two Days IUncfs, who for her many amiable Qualities, . in every Station of Life is greatly lamented by all who had the Pleafure of her Acquaintance. i Thorfday laft WfllianrOrmfby, Efq; Councellor at Law,; was married to Mifa Wynne, Daughter of Owen Wynne,; Efq; a young Lady of great Beauty, fine Accomplifhments and a large Fortune. This Morning died at his Hoofe in Caftle-Street, Mr.i Charles Lyons, a very eminent Merchant, and a Man of very fair Character. High Water this Day atjLondon-firidge at 45 Mi-nates after it. Bank Stock 146 1 4th. India Dhto 191 1 4th a 190. South Sea Stock 114. Ditto Old Annuities 114 1 4th a 1 half. Dhto New 114 3 4ths a 7 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 102 1 half. Ditto 1742, 10a 1 half. Ditto 1743, toe. Million Bank 19 Equivalent 111. Royal, Affurance 84. - London Affurance 11 J 4U13. Englifh Copper 4!. 10 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 119 1 half. Five per Cent, ditto 78. Bank Circulation 5I.10S. Pr. India Bonds 41. 12 s. a 11 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Prem. Three and a half rer Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 trem.. Three per Cent, ditto 1 half Djfc. Lot:ery Tickets 11 1. 9 s. SADLE R's-W ELL S. AT SADLER'S-WELLS, adjoining ta the New-River Head, this Day, will be perform'd
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