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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 12, 1743, London, Middlesex                                Tfie London Daily Poft, and General Advertifer. ' Numb. 2722. TUESDAY,   July 12,   1743. Dealt July to, (AME down the Tafcany, Tanner; Francis, Afhington ; Anne, God-lee ; Snfannah, Edmonds; the Exeter, Drew ; Europe Hunter j Anne, Reed.; and the Amity V Bleffing, Hall, for Portmahone ; Prince Edward, Lawfon, for Leghorn ; Neptune, Brapple, for Newfoundland ; Prince Edward, White, for Genoa ; Goodftllow, Joyce, for Jfaodia-i Prince William, G route, for Levee pool; Prirjeefs Acne, M'CIeland, for Mil ford) and remain with the Dorletflure, Shrewflwry, and Chatham Men of War, and Deptforcfi Prize-; >with the Outward-bound. Arrived the Induftry, Clark, from Jamaica; Wind S.W. . Gruviftnd, July 10. Pafs'd by Dorothy and Elizabeth, Micah, from Bremen-; �ud Adventure, Deer, from Oporie. Arrived at feveral Ports. The Beecher, Page; Enterpriz*, Jobfon ; Queen Eliza-bcth,Hamy; Malaga, (late Metier); Ruby, White; Palm tree, Dighton j Triton, Robins; and Marlborough, Hyett, from Jamaica, are arrived at Briftol The Virginian, Lewis, from Virginia'; Unity, Thorop-fon,-from Barbadoes ; and Neapolitan, Hurlt, from Venice, alfo at Briftol. The Salifbtuy, Eaton ; Union, Nicholfon^ the Vernon, Bragenton ; and Queen of Hungary, Charles, from Briftol, at Jamaica. ,- ......      .        ...... The Biddy, Brown, from Cork; and the Black Prince, Won, from Africa, at Antigua. f The Bromfield, Sharp, from Africa ; and Expedition,;" Friend, fromiiondon, at Virginia. The Minerva, Shale, fro � LonJon ; and the London, Mitchell, from Naples, at Leghorn. The John and Anne, Story, from Shields, at Gibraltar. The Two Friends, Ford, from Barbary j and the Eagle, Young ; and Sarah, Barber, from London, at Dublin. The Byara, Buckley, from Antigua ; and Casfar/Wood; from Jamaica, off Dover. LONDON.        1 Yefterday arrived the Mail from France. Letters from Piedmont fay, that the Spaniards in Savoy are building Ovens between Brianfon and St. Agnes,,and, erecting large Magazines at Bries and Aiquebelle; that they threaten to levy Contributions in the Valley of Guerre ; that their Deftgns feeras to be to march into Piedmont in two Columns, by the Valley of Magra and the Pafs of Suza; that they have a large Train of Artillery at Mont-xneEan, and that all their Motions indicate they are going to open the Campaign : Upon which the Piedmonteze Artillery, that lay at Piacentia,; has been ordered to move on towards Turin, with the three Regiments of Savoy quartered tin the lame Town, which are Horfe, Foot, and Dragoons: ' .. Extras of a Lett erf rem ~Peterfburgh, June 26, N.S.  in. According to Advices from Paris, the French Army, that has evacuated Bavaria, is to march towatds Worms, and Spire, except tbefirft Divifion, which confifts of the Troops that were lately detached from Marihal Noailles's Army to reinforceM;. Broglio; that Divifion being ordered to march again to the Mam. They add, that the Rear of that Army has been extremely harrafled by the Hufiars and Pandoures, who plundered fome of their Baggage, and took above 100 Waggons, in which were about 1000 Sick going under an Efcorte to Ulm. Marihal Noailles has heenfounding the Main in feveral Places in the Neighbourhood of Offenbach, and by other. Difpofitions which he is making, feems to have a Mind to try his Fortune once more with thift Confederate Army. Prince Charles of Lor-rain they fay, .is obliged to march a good Way about, in order to join the Allies, the Circles of Franconia and Wir-teaberg having refufed him a Paffage through their Territories. They write from Dover, that four homeward-bound Dutch Eaft India Ships are arrived there ; by whom there is an Account, that the Engliih Company's Yacht was arrived at the Cape, in nine Weeks and four Days. They alfo inform us, that the Somerfet, - ; Porto beilo, Filber ; Benjunin, Way ; Vernon, Webfter ; and Neptune, Du-burdoe, were all at the Cape, on their return home. The Angola,--, from Jamaica, for Liverpool, was taken in the Windward Paflage, by a SpaniOi Privateer; but was afterwards-re-taken by an Engliih Privateer, and carried into Rhode-Ifland. The Betty, Addis, from the IfleofMay to Carolina, is taken by the Spaniards. The Triton,-Spring, from New-England, for London, on Friday latt loft both her Anchors in the Downs, and is tow'd into Ramfg^te Pier. There is an Account, that the Molly, Thurkettle, bound from.Ratan-lfla.nd to Jamaica, founier'd at Sea, on the 1 ith of January ; but the Crtw Were fav'd. By a Letter from Penzance we heir, that a Ship was loft lateiy off Scilly, and all the Crew perilh'd ; and that by fome Papers drove afhore, Ihe appears to be a Dutch Eaft-Indiaman Outward-bound. ; On Friday laft the Right Hon the Earl of Stafford was ; married to 'Mifs Cantillon, a very fine Lady, with' an im-ritenfe Fortune. s! A Conge die Elire a rived by the laft Exprefs, to eledl Dr. Thomas, Dean of Peterborough, Bilhop of St. Afaph, in the room of Dr. Maddox, promoted to the See of Worthier. The'Rev. Mr. Robert Pye, Son of Henry Pye, Efq; is prefented to the. Vicarage of Knotting in Bedfordihire, by his Father, vacant by the Ceflion of the late Incumbent, r Lal^Tuefday Fifher Colman, Efq; Son of Francis Col-man, of Great Effingham in Norfolk, Efq; was married at Caftor Church, by-tne Rev. Mr. Manlove, to Mifs How-man of the City of Norwich, an agreeable y^ung Lady with a large Fortune. : They write from Edinburgh, that on Monday the 4th Ipftant, a C'ommiffion came down, appointing Mr. Hugh Forbes Advocate, one of the piincipal Clerks of the Court of Seffion, and Mr. Thomas Gibfon K�ng*> Clerk to the faid Court 1 both in Room of Sir John Dalrymple, Bart, deceas'd. Laft Saturdiy fe'nnight Mr. John Moore, of St. S.ephen's Parifh, Norwich, had the Letter fent him to fcrve as Sheriff of that City for the Year enfuing. I They write fiom Dublin, that on the ift Inftant, Captain Upton, Commander of the Granada Sloop there, gave Notice, that he was to fail in three Days for the Downs, and would take fuch Ships under his Convoy as were ready to fail. Laft Sunday died -- Wood, of Littleton near Suh-bnry, Efq; poffefe'd of an Eftate of 4000 L per-Ann. and about 60,000 1. in Money.-He left one Son and two Daughters, one of which is married to Sir Juftinian Ifharh; Bart. Knight of the Shire for the County of Northampton. Yefterday died at lilewonh, in a very advanced Age, -. Talbot, Efq; Uncle to the prefent Earl of Shtewa-, bury. On Saturday laft Mr. Nathaniel Turrer, Nephew of Mr. Turner, an eminent Draper1 in Fleet-ftreer, was kitPd by a fall from his Horfe. Yefterday was played in the Artillery Ground the great Cricket Match, for 500 Guineas, between Hodfwell, Romley, and Cutbafh of Kent; and Sawyer of Richmond, Newlandof Slindon, and Bryant of London, which was won by the former three, by one Notch. IRELAND. : Dublin, July 5. Laft Saturday Mr. Juftice Haflet, was married to the Widow Degg, a Lady of molt excellent Accomplifhments, with a considerable Fortune. The fame Evening the Rev. Mr. Doyne, Minifterof Carlow, was married to Mifs Barry, a young Lady endued with many good Qualities and a handiome Fortune. Wednefday Morning laft the greatGuns at the Barracks, ; were fired three Rounds, on Account of the Viclory ob-� tain'd oyer the French, and anfwered by Vollies from the Regiments of Foot on Duty here, the Flag was alfodif- Elayed on the Tower at the Caftle, and at Night there were onfires and other Demonftrations of Joy. Laft Wednefday the Regiment of Horfe commanded by Col, Brown, and that of Foot commanded by Col Whit-feed, were reviewed in the PhatnixParkby the Right Hon. General Parker, attended by Lord Molefworth, General Bragg, and feveral other Officers of Diftinftion, the Horfe ; which firft went thro' their Exercife,. performed it with ' great Exaclnels, and the Foot (notwitbftanding there were fo many young Aecruiti among them) went thro' their Manual Exerciles and Firings witjj great Dexterity, to the Satisfaction of a vaft Number of Spectators, and made a very fine Appearance. Laft Wednefday Evening died fuddenly Chriftopher Do-minick, Efq; On Thurfday Night between the Honrs of Twelve and One, a Fire broke out in the Stables of the Right Hon. Lord Belfield in Big Strand-Street, which entirely confu-med the Hay, Stalls, &c. Two poor Boys, who were admitted to lie there for Charity, were fo miferably burnt, that they died in the Charitable Infirmary on the Inn's- Quay, a few Hours after. The Poftillions Leg* it much burnt, bat his Life not thought to be in Danger. Two of the Coach Horfes are faid to be greatly injured by the Fire. But by the great Care of the Sheriffs, &c. and timely Af-fiftame of Mr. Bolton, City Engine keeper, and the Firemen, it was extinguifhed without fpreading any farther. -! i , - High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 40 Mi* nu:es ait.-r 3. Bank Stock 146 3 41 hs. India Ditto 190 1 4th. South Sea Stock no Price. Ditto Old Annuities 114 a 7 8ths, Ditto New 115a! 8th. Three per Cent. Annuities 102 1 half. Ditto 1742, 102 1 half. Ditto 1743, 10r 1 8ch. Million Bank 119. Equivalent 109 Royal Afturance 84. London Aflurance 11 7 8ths. Englifh Copper 41. 101. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 119 1 half. Five per Cent, ditto 78. Bank Circulation 5 1. 10 s. Pr. India Bonds 4I. 12 s. a us. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Prem. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 4 3 4ths Prem. Thres per Cent, ditto 1 half Difc. Lottery Tickets 11 1. 7 s. 6 d. S A D L E R*s - W E L L S.- AT SADLfc.R's-WELLS, adjoining to the l/ew-River Head, this Day, will be perform*d Tb? USUAL DIVERSION & With Variety of Tumbling �nd-V�uhing, by Monf. GULLIOME, Monf. DAVID, aid Signor FRANCISCQUE 5 Rope-Dancing by the two Mifs RAVNERS; Poflum, and feveral new, Equilibres, by Mr. Rayoer ; With fereral Entertainments of Dancing (both Serious and Comic) by Monf. Froment, Mr. Davenport, Mafter Matthews, Mr. Pelling, Mr. Olbeldifton, Mr. Miles, Mr. Rayner, Mr. Clagget, Mr.Deli-falde, Mrs. Bullock, Mn. La Font, Mifs Wright, Mrs. Phillips, Mi& King, Mrs.Vallois, Mrs. Anfley, and Mif*Rayner; With feveral new Songs by Mr. Hemfkirk and Mils HILLIER. The Whole to Conclude with H A R L E QJJ IN PROTEUS, Alttr'd and Reviv'd, with the Addition of feveral sew Comic Scents (never before performjd) call'd ~ NO  MAG1CK LOVE. The Scenes, Cloaths, and Decorations, being New. To begin every -Evening at Five o*Clock. Monf. GUILIOME and Mon� DAVID will throw a Somer-fetovera Man and Horfe, with feveral new Exercifes nevr per-form'd before. G O O D M A N's.F-I ELD S-- AT the NEW WltLL>S the bottom of Ltmat-ftrtet, Goodman*t-Fieldi, thi^ Day, will be perfonn'd The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Rope-Dancing by Monf. J ANNO, Monf. Movire, and Mr. Hough. Dancing by Mr. Carney, Madem. Perraolt, the two Mailers and Mifs Cranier, Mifs Story, Mr.Chettle, Mr. Hayes, and Mrs. Hough. And TUMBLING by Monf. JANNO, Monf. Movire, and Mr. Hough. Singhig by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunniagharo, and Mrs. Hfll, partirolariy A NEW SONG, tmpofdby a very Celebrated Mafler, andfutig by Mr. Brett, in Praife of the Englifh Arms over the French.   And A Mad Dialogue by Mr. Brett and Mr. Cunningham. The whole to conclude with feveral New Scenes in Grotefque Chancers, caird HARLEQUIN HERMIT; OR, The Arabian Courtezan. The Character of Harlequin by Mr.Hayes; Doo-Borlarde, Mr. Chettle; Bullcalf, Mr. Hough; Doll Drudge, Mr.Jinnoj theCob-ler, Mr. Granier j and the Character of Colombine by MifsStory. The Ckatbs, Scents, and Mufick, being entirely New. \* Every One toillbt admitted for a Pint of Wine a piece as ufuah To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. #* This Performance is quite different to what has been perform'd this Seafon ; and every Week we /hall make a new Change in all the Songs, Damces, and other Performances. To   ^ LETT, Ready Furnijb'd,-- ACompting - Houfe and two Lodging-Rooms, oppofite Clement's-Lane in Cannon-ftreet. Enquire for further Particulars, at the Crown and Ewer, a Gold-fmith'j Shop. To   he And Entered LET T,-- upon  Immediately, ABrick Mefluage called the Faulcon, at the upper End of Bream's Buildings, Chancery-Lane, with or without a Stable for five, and another for two Horfes, a convenient Yard belonging thereto, in extream good Repair. And alfo to be Lett or Sold, and Entered upon at Michaelmas-Day next, A large Brick MdTuage in Devonfhire-flreet, fronting Queen-Square and Ormond-ftreet, fituate in the Parifb of St. George the Martyr. Enaxiire at the Coffee-houfe in Ormond-ftreet} or of Mr. Ambler, in Bream's Buildings afbrefaid. This Day is publijb'd, TH E Proceedings on the King's Com-miffions, Oyer and Terminer, held for the City of London and County of Middlefex, at Juftice-Hall in the Old-Bailey, before the Right Hon. Robert Willimot, Efq; Lerd-Mayor of the City of London, the Right Hon. the Lord Chief Baron Parker, Mr. JufKce Wright, Mr. Juftice Abney, Mr. Recorder, &c. on the 49th and 30th of June, and ift of July. N.B. At thisSefSons upwards of fourfcore Prifoners were tried, tf whom twenty were for Capital Offences. Printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-nofter Row. Jdmt'tfemms of a moderate Length are taken in for this Paper at Two Shillings each. 0 10 G   

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