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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 16, 1743, London, Middlesex                                S A T4 U: Jt D. A T,  j � l v 16,   1743. fry, ir 1 ii, 11.1 � 1 n tk-;Giit^Do^ Ships oral! I kpnpriag,� ijul,} CS�r-J- 1 |T#rSi�e^'$ewa& for :j^tCraae. Remain. the�Men of � ...... jf^j&fe&atirK;* : :*"nfI:-..t The Onnond'a Snccefs, Haddock 1 Old Foft afe*�fcf&<&i# CroffiieJ finl ?6&rl? " Thome, Carto, froa Gottenburgh, *Hb ttJLeVeVpbbi Tte Pefenc*,.Barham, from Africa, �-Virgima. The;Woffle/, -*#i_fijp Jania�^ at firiftol. .1 the i, O N D O NJ. P^vate -Lrttefc /rdmJ^raShre ns, that flr^erfjthe Gbah received as^ io'-a r^#me�#,&loh ti^'^M^ii^i^^m^ii Marina be ready toiembarkiimmediatel?.; i " -   ^     ^ It is reported, *]wtte';iVh^ Arny began to march, afieri ihel llattle'ef :BctriDgen,,(rent aTrampeter, with a proper Meffenger,;s. ^h^^ajefly, to acquaint him, 'Thata Treaty beiro; agreed on between * the Emperdr and the Qaeen of HiMgaryy the French * Troops (who were Auxiliaries to'thc^Ettjfa^ Jwere * marching oat of ^Sernahyi o^&tU'^S^'W^Mc? By thefaft Letters Irani Mc^M      .i"^ '-<�' The Squirrel Ma� of Wati <&r* -Wood, arrived ia Uie Rim, ,�t>m TarAaica, fpoke with -the; Baltim^ Crawford,  60m'J60a%BW! ibr MaryianoV ibb Leagujsir^theWe^m Iftuiifc.:       ' T^graflpwgj^^Shiw^.JToni Txveipool fo-New-&�g- NrWei^tlikibTO Ships whicK^arelawl^ River,/are^oidereddown again,' behig ftbjp>rfo?ni'(^rad-taln at the Phceappointed for tha^'purpofe.'       '    >l , Yefterday rade&tt Golidhal! the SitfS^i^ after, Tnni^^ Termj when the Cbo'rt of \')Q^s|toc^'ao^bai^:/tD;ihe'. 15th of Odober.next i .and'the,Court of CbounofrPJeas toAe.i8thj .. .*>    ;[>:;i!j;:tfcj;r..rvif Ac^Vi^i^ From rn.oft P^rts of the, Cpantry. they infoim>af-, thJt the Com ^lajd j neverthelefs, that flwaldthere 'be-'fdme fine. Wea^efcimmediattly, the Dainagf 'would not be very gwat.   * ..   .. : ,      V lv.;,,:','  '.: TheissAttiti^f^^^^biieB^j.it^ Hay is likely to'be cheap, there haying, befnf a >bettet Seafon than has beenltiown foribnW Yempaft.u-^!? �' On .Thurfday laft died at hilWooft'thfe'Batkfide of St dement1 E*r#; fin^'Vdm^^m^m , cotnaianded by $ir John �yle?,Bart^'are .ordered to march. On Satarday laft Margaret OaVis* Joyce Nforrice,Elir' zabeth Thompfon, AnwrBsft,; and eatfitrihe Kh!ony,^ere 1 all tafeeajip: at Briftol,' and.^c�^^'^^jde^y hawkh^|Ed 6#flgyn&unpifr^ of, the Authonty ddegattd to his! Majeffy'y CorBaafffibhers of the Sump Duues.    -:?>>  v*f-'^].-'': 0� /&r latt GHural CLATTONi, r=7?- id far, �rAfb^ay*�feii*e^^ Vocai>aVtuithe^q^ng%Mr.'tO j in the Afternoon by7J^VfiilRiltr. ; T3 r'dreftrtire^rf?c^lJdttg^p^ "~ ~bYe/h^$>;ftp^l^^^ on Account brthe following plaia Letter, is tbeOccafion of its being ihferted'aihln'that Day,^ ^%^.''t^^fr'^W^^^* ^Private GeHtUmoMin '.,: % . Lortf j^6marle's fro9ft tt bit Wife* � 1,^., ;i ,    , r From the Bririfli Camp, June 18, 1 ^43.' il?y "Diartfi L(fclj,. *   i       : ^" T:,Ha>e^/tak^ the*M) v^lw^^w^*?^'1 God. 1 re^vedlio Wound in 'fiie^Bait^B^ withtherEr�fth,; which I'ddn't doubt you have heard of1 beforeyou receive this; ue have loft moit of flur Baggage, boh Officersand Soldiers^ by the Negled of the 'Qflwws: npt placing. iGuard overir, when we threw'it down where tteB*-tle> began: I have -nothing feft.bW what i^iare. oii n^B^i^^Pbtgf^       prelent: a partic^ lar Account of hew many therer are on.both Sides kill'd/ 'M^Pi^y^^^fmiSik bat it is thought there are 6oco�re*ch killed and wbdiidejdi and *6oe'finglia):; we ,t; t.3 }   Thc $atdexwa*'fooght;as follows, JiOh\ the irth^ ;0rod�ab>>ve a Mile' toward the French, before1 they begaaf to fire at him from a! BdttrVy of 12Pieces of Cajinbn; buias G.dwwild'haveit.l f they levelled too high ; I faw feveral Balls go within half ' a Yard vf his Headt I was'in the firft Rank next AeKin^f} the Man>oh my R%ht-o,my Left was j rfr    , fl^)t dead \: "chen ^BaBX ;Ie>;:a�tMcfe a*�jaH i att thfiTime thfcKihg was 1 nbtaeaH �oncerotdf theDuke d^Aitmteig defiVdhtm ;t>go oar of Danger, Buthejinade Ar^Twer, U�rV ttU mt of Dan-^f^^a^^l^^ iscertamiythe boldeft M^f^rfin. Jgtf$i$ughappen'd j# by theBag-|g>^r^ and ihtp-na,whfriht Waggesiaa^g us/ and' alaeft om- the�Kmrpt)�, . before the fmall Shot began; thePreBehdrew.:up their-Lert- Wing in the Cornet of a Wood.- fa ordei tdBank $ur jkight; t>y this. Ij^ne we had Jtb^Ba^^i^ the fKmg tten drew hijSvvordyVand. or^re^     Hanoverian �Foot and.Horfe, andfome Englifli, through the Comer of ^theWood, and rodeabout like a Lion; he drew them op fcifmg'jb or;^cr ata'Shot ��then he went � ^ie Fbov and Ardeted-them not to �re 'cm* the: Freiidi^c^eciole,' which weretyui lOoXardsdifonti then: the Trench fired upon .^Sholt few^again/asjtw'ck as Hail j then th? King riouriuVd his Sword, and faid, jVmv, Boys\_. Jofwlfirtbe Honour of Englae*, Fire, etndbebavie Breve, td'tbe French will "fad run. \ Then thb FobV cave an P^^^^m^^mX^ our '&�?A    fc&JPJi them* and ibon made them retreat c d then gave another Huzza, and fir'd, then the Horfe jpn-'both Sides engagV; mi^^ drawn np eight deep ^nd^urs three| Bland's Regmjent ftmVd very much, but H;^l^V^^^^^� Tents to \yc m 1. :Afier. thelVorkwas done; the Kiss ftood in the fUA-'sSH-Ten thatNightrthejr wW> had Tents, phch'd them, others laid on the wet Ground; I.jgve not had a- bove half a; Pdiond of Bread the^ twi Days.._We are |n��h�gpbacli to-ftank^ort to, 'refteih the. Army before the next Engagement, if the Mon&urs t)are race 11s. ! N.B. The other Part of the Letter" was chiefly about tte Pa^cular� of jAt^e tkaXwertvicilled and wounded of his Acquaintance. High Water nutes after 6. - this at' Ldndon-Bridge      7, Mi* Bank Stock 14814th a 148. . Itidia Ditto 191 1 half. South Sea Stock no Price, Ditn> Old.Anrwfierrr^; k 4th a 11 v Ditto New it $ 1 4*b. ; TJiree per C�nt Aiinaides ho Price.   Ditto 17424, ho Price.,   Ditto 1743; 8ths a \ 4ths. ; Million Bank, 119^;Equivalent toy*'/ Royal Aniiranjc^no.Priced. -tLondon AiTuranoe 11 7.8ths... Englift^Cppper 41. 10 s. Seven per Gent. Em> peror's Loan u6 a 115. Five- per ?eVto . *     :   ,      >. ~ S A'P L E R's - W B tits s!�4- AT SADLER'S - WELtS, zdpihiRgti the Nem-Rivcr Htad, this Day, Will be perfbrm'd -  �-, Tb> US ual Di versions. With Variety of Tombluig and VanJfiflg, by ltfdtif. GTJlLfOM�, .    .: Mbhf. DAVID, amd Signor FRAnCIS?^IJC} 7     7 . Rope-Dancing by the two Mils RAYNERS;   "    tLA Poftures, and feveral new Equ^ra? by ^i%.Raynec.}. ,___ With feveral Entertainments of Dancing (both Serious and,Contfc) by Mpnf.Froraent, Mr. Davenport, Maker, Matthews^ Mr. Celling, Mr. Oibeldifton, Mr. Miles, Mr. Rayner, Mr. Cbgget, Mr. Deli-fclde, Mrs. Bullock, Mrs. La Font, Mi&Wright, Mrt. Phillips, Mils King, Mrs. Vallois, Mrs. Anfley, and MifeRayner; J' With feveral new Songs by Mr. Hemflurk and Mi& HILLIER. the Whole toConclndeSrith ...     ' Harlequin proteus,> Alttr*d and Reviv'd, with the Addition of feveral new ComicScen^r .tnever beToittperfotm^djcaird"    '    ' ? N O M AG I C K L I K E  L O, V. fi.: The Scenes. Cloaths, and Decorations, being New. . To begin every Evening at Five o'Clock. %* Monf. GUILIOME and MonC DAVID will throw a Somer-fct over a Man and Horie, with levexal new Exerdfcs never per* formed before.  ; GO O D M A N's-F I E LDS.-IT the NEW WELLS the bottom of Lam^tt%Ga*ioaiCt'FiAii%$axt>*yt will be perform'd The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Rope-Dancing by Monf. janno, Monf. Movire, and Mr. Hough, by Mr. Carney,.Madem. Penaulr, the two Mailers and Mis) CSratoer, Miis Story, Mr.Chettle, Mr. Hayes, and Mrs. Hoogh. *   And TUMBLING by j Monf. JANNO, Monf. Moirire, and Mr. Hough. Singing' by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunningham, and MnlHill> pardcolarry A NEW SONG, aaftt'Jh  very Celebrated Mafler, an&Jaxg, \ if Mr. Brett, ra Praife of the �ng�ih Anns over the French, Aba   ' I        A Mad Dnlogue by Mr. firett and Mr. Cunningham. � The whole te* eooebidtr �m\ feveral New Scenes in Grotelqne Cha> raSetv, call'd T |  HARLEQtfIN HERMIT; ! .,y .....$K   -  ' - ^ the Arabian Courteaari, f~ The Cfiirafter of Harlequin by Mr.Hayef i Don Borlardo, Mr. ; Chettle j Bnllczlf, Mr. H<^h J Doll Drudge, Mr. Jinnoj theCob-7 ler; Mr. Granier ; and the ChsaQer of Cotombjne by Mils Story. '' : Tie Chatbt, Sena, ateFXtffiii, UAng entirely New. % Every One vrittbe admitted for � Pint of Wine a-fiete at ufiul. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. ..%*- This Performance is quite different to what has been perfbrm'd this -Seaibn.; and every Week weihall make a new Change in all the Dances, and other Performance*.- To the Worthy Liverymen of the City ofc-London. GENTLEMEN, ffOURFote, Intereft, and Poll (if'ntedfui) ^   are defired for ROBERT LADBROKE, Efq; '       ALDERMAN and GROCER; WILLIAM CALVERT, Efq; ALDERMAN and BREWER; To he Sheriffs of this City and County ofMiddltfex, for the Tear enfujngi being Gentlemen well-effeSed to hit Majefty .King George, our happy CwftituHon in Church and State, end every iVay qualified for that great Truft. The above Gentlemen have agreed (if ehofen) ta ferve the fdid Office. Fine  S U G A R-B R A N D Yr So ht 'had at 4 8. per Gallon (for Ready Money only) By the Author^WILLIAM DAVIS, j i-        hit. Onfy,Original Warehoufe, \ In Charles-Street,. Coveat-Garden; APprov'd of by the beft Judges to be much foperior to all Cora and Fruit Spirit, (the Foreign Grape only excepted.) . Its Coniaclike Flavour and Sofeacfs renders it pure, defi*" cate, and palatable: By itfelf, both grateful and cordial; in Punch, plea&nt and agreeable; and moft excdientJy adapted for all Sorts of Mixtures, as Cherries, Rafberries, tee. whofe beaodfal Flavours are often defrroy*d%y a rankand fietid Spirit. | Aito the Goodnefi and Whok^brnenefi of the Commodity which I prepare and fefl, I leave it to all judicious and impartial Judges, whether it is inferior to any, and may not very joftly^ be eftewdthePer-feflion of the BritiuDifUllerj, notwithfbnding the mahoons Iafau-ationa of fome Peribna to the contrary. .; n; . r. 9 �2- ~2 (Hi-   

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