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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 20, 1743, London, Middlesex                                W K D N E SDA Y,   July 20,   1743, '-       * t . EHIS Morning failed the Squirrel 'Man of War For the Npre. ;. At-, rived the Hannah and � Iwabeth, : |ones, from Oporto i  who fays he came'ottt froiti the< Paftd by thert'rincefs of Wales, Harding; and 'DeHght;; Hunter,' from Rotterdam;'and Catherine, Lintbom, from" Limm. The Martha, Lang, from Virginia, is arrived at Briftol. L O N  D  O N. ExtraS of a Letter'from the HeadrQuartert at Hanau, dattdjviy 17, : N.S.' 4 We have read here, with a great deal of Surprize, fe-4 veral Pieces of forged'.News inferred in fome Dutch Ga-4 zettes, and given vout as Ankles from Hanau, from ' whence Things ought to be writ with more Truth and * ExaQnefs.    ,  Since the Victory which the Army of the Allies gained 'over that of France the 27 th df lift Month, his flntan-� nick Majefty .has been conliamly here, ,an.d. jnpt at Philips-�.'ruke~ as the faid Gazettes have faid: This Monarch goes 4 every Morning to fee his Royal High nefs th.? Duke of * Cumberland^ who grows better every Day,*. * As to the Duke of Aremberg, .it is very true that he ' is much betterbut what thofe News-mongers add,]th^t * the Surgeons have at laft extracted the Mufkst Bullet f/0m   4 write Tuch! Things mai.cfcrtaialy, ,be, ^iifld/-ordelfe.they �live, uod'er.Grauna ; fox *he Equipages' in Qaefiion, be- * ing above 100 Coache?, Landaus, Waggbtfsy &c. ' and � all tin' one File/ traverfed the^CSmp the ^'Jfhftant in * broad Day Light"'. going to 'Haiian, iyhere" fo jqng a Train could not arrive without being feen by the Inha-� bitants. ' � As to the reft, we have not one fingle French Prifoner '. here : The F^riofS^fent^hen^afl Ho^ np^i Fiz-� rd7e&e Day after'the Battle. ' Buf,the;Town is thronged 1 with Noblemen and other Perfonsi of Diftto&ion, among � whom arc.the Prince of Waideck,- General of the Dotcfi * Foot, the Count de'la Lip^-Schaumburgh,! Count.Co4 < bentzel- and General Brown, both,. Mioiilers from the 4 Queen1 of Hungary, befides many more.. This Moming   and carried off his'Baggage ; which Piece che'ljblonelinr tends to publifh very fpecdilyi :becapfe,it is'faidftbat the French Court demands-Satisfaction for this Affair, Which file Terms a downright Violation, of the Law4of Nations.* From.Berlm they write, that the Kingof^Pruffia is gone to review his Troops in Silefia, after which he will take a Journey to-Aix-la-Chapelle.. From the Frontiers of :French Flanders we have Advice, that a great Numter of Ttdbps areont|ieir March" towards theMofelle, in order, to form the Army which Marihal Belleifle is to Command. Y '<  '� It is faid there is an Exprefs in Town, with an Account, that hisMyeftyis arrived at Hanover, from the'Army. Yellerday Morning came Advice, that his Majefty's Ship the Fox,'Otptj&lkrae;;from;Oportoi with' feveral Ships from that .Place tauter h^.,Con^/oy4*�':^ve4.off'p^yefr;| among'them arei J)jArg��tf. Nswell Hargravei Kelly; Grace, Spiring j; arid Fair:Healy,!i � ; : Several Merchants of thfe City7 jh^ve Letters from Jamaica, of the beginning of May, giving' an Accboht that iheSpanifoPrivateeB^ a very great Head in the Windward Paflage, ,�n4-Jwl lately, taken feverah Veffels bound from-Norrh America fop Jamaica/ with ^Fmvifibns. ^Oneof bAir'; �ndwr of Warsw^^tficTt*df;by tivb of ? theft rPnvaieeia;':]^^ .;' '.'r.,;v:-..,; :: . YeAbrdaj? cameoftajGoiwhjjlltheEleftjon of Shexift for the C%^of 'Iktedoni-. a&iCoanty: of Mfddlefex for the Year enfuing, when James Danfie, Efq; Barber-Surgeon, and Jaraes"Brace, EfqrIronmonger, werechofenr Soon a/ter, the former paid his Pine into the Chamber, of I*ndoh,tand'the latter fwore 6ff.i     '      - ;:   1 - Laft Saturday died at Whib�y;'in:Oxford(hire� Henry Beefton, Efqj 'one of - the King's Juftices for the Grand Sefl jons of Carmarthen, Pembroke, and Cardigan Shires ; and Son of the Rev. Dr. Beeftbn, formerly Warden of New .College in Oxford. i; .: ;   : Yeiterday-Morning, died, at his Hdufe in .Ncw-ftfeet, Fetter-Lane^ Mr. Jervis, one of the moll considerable Water-Gilders in London. , Yeiterday a Gentleman rowed for a Wager of iooX5ui-rie3s,'"from Kirigft ri-Bridge to * Graveferid ;~ be was to do it in 13 Hours,' but performed in a muchfhorter Time ; it is about 46 Miles. To-morrow the Blue Regiment of Train'd Bands, commanded by Sir William BilTeis, Knight and Alderman, are to march put, and bemufter'd in the Artillery Ground. 'Oh Monday Jaffa tricket-Match was-play'd in the Ar-.tijlery Ground, between Eleven Gentlemen of London^ "and Eleven Gentlemen of Richmond, KingUon and Eg-ham j the Londoners went in firft and got 57 Notches; then the Countrymen wert in and got 55 ; then the Londoners got 117 in their fcift Innings and the Countrymen but 5.2 } fo that the Difference was 67 ia favour of the Londoners. 1 Yeiterday James Price was committed to Clerkenwell-Brideweli, by Col. De ,Vejl,,for feloniou/ly taking out of the DweiliDg'-hbufe of Mr. William Dahfon, a Parcel of Wearing-Apparel, of the~Value of about fix Pounds found upon him. .S C O T LA N D. Edinburgh, June 11. Private Letters from the Army mention the Death of Major Campbell younger ofMonz'e, of the Wounds he received in the late Adiibn at Dettingen. He is exceedingly regretted, being a fine Gentleman, and his gallant Behaviour on this Occafion, indicate what might have juift y been expefted from him, if he hadliv'd. ..Other Letters, inform us, that- the-French carried off a great Number of their dead in Cart?, during the Time of the Action, and threw them into the Main; that their Horfe were ten to one of the Allies ; and that five Jlegi-meritsofourHorfe, -amongft1 which were the Greys, w^nt in Sword in Hahd  , � -�: 1      I  R  E L A N  D. Dublin, July 12. By. a. Letter from Lifford in the CquBty of Donegal! v dated July 1., we have Advice, that upon receiving an Account of bis M^efty's late Victory over the French and in Commemoration of the Battle of the Bdyhe,, the Wardens and Bargefles' of the Cprooration, and ReSorof the tin% ;^^..foverja|: pth?r Perfons, Inhabi-taots of that;Piace, affembled, and demoDftrated tlifegreateft Joy upon the Occafion. The Night was� concluded with drinking his Majefty'*, and every other loyal Health, fire-ing;of G.uns, Bonfires,.Illuminations, and other Marks of the Loyalty of the Place. The Populace bad a Barrel of Ale fet out in the Street for them; and the Prifoners in the Goal in the'faid Town* were allow'd Abundance of Liquor by- the above Gentlemen. *Tis remarkable in'this Rejoice-ing, that the Common 'Hill Adjoining faid Place, containing fome Hundreds of Acres, which is covered with Furze, was fet oq fire, and fpread the agreeable Alarm many Miles round. . We hear from Athlone, that on the Arrival of the News of the Victory obtained by his Majefty over thePrench, the Hon. Lieutenant Thomas Darby, who commands a Troop of Dragoons in that Town, march d them but under Arms into, the. Street, where they fired three VoIIies, and Were anfwered. by the Militia of the Corporation. The Town was immediately illuminated, and Bonfires made in feveral Parts ; and the Night concluded with drinking Suc-cefs to his Majefty's Arms, and feveral other loyal Toafts. We hear from Mallow in the County of Corke, that the principal Tenants to the Parts of the Right Hon. the Earl of Egmpnt's Eftate in the Neighbourhood of Loghort-Caftje, (iSeat belonging to his Son the' Right Honoura-bleitjie Lord Vifcount Perceval, which is diftant four Miles from.Mallow, and where the Accoutrements of the faid Earl's independent Troop are depofited) met there on Wed-nrfday the 6th Inftant, with many of their Under-Tenants, to the Number of a Thouland, and by many Vollies of a-bove coo Shot, Bonfires, and the ufual loyal Healths, celebrate* his Majefty's late glorious Victory over the French, - It gave' the Gentlemen" the^teateft' Pleafure to obferve, that theUnder-Tenants (b whom fuch Quantities of Spirits, Punch, and Cyder, werediftributed,.as fuddled them) drank .theiProteftant.Succeflion to the BritiOi Throne in the Hanoverian Line, and many other loyal Toafts, with uncommon Pleafure and Cheaifulnefs, and that by their whole Behaviour they difcovered the greateft Loyalty, and a moft firm Ar*�chfficht; to out happy Conftitution. - The Caftle, remarkable for its Height and commanding Profpeft, was finely; illuminated, as werie the Houfes. in the Towns cf Canturk, Burton, and Annah, other Parts of the faid Earl's Eftate in the County of Corke; where were alfo Bonfires, and all the other ufual Demonftratioris of Loyalty and joy {on this great and happy Event. Laft Sunday the new Chlirch-!*at^Orumcondra,(built at t*ie f jle Expente of Mrs. 0\ghi)J}; was confeCrated by his Grace the Archbilhop, of Dublin. We Hear, that Tharfday the nthof Auguft next is fix*d for th^ Franchifes to be rode thro' this City, and for which great Preparations are making. ' * The following may be applicable to the prefentTitne.-' Sic Parvts componere Magna folemus. OF Sanders and Webb, Prize-fighters of old, The following (not nnfeafonable) Story is told. ; If Webb in his proper true Colours Ipaint,      '    x I muft (hew him to be neither Reprobate nor Saint: Not eafily rais'd,~--but'once being rais*di -He left his Foes ftretch'd, and Spectators amaz'd f    � n* But-after the-Fray fo low would he ftoop, '�-That he ufually became, and was us'd as a Dupe: Nay, after nine Cdnquefts, one parlying kind Word,  -> Could make him quit all he had gainM by the Sword. * Of Sanders is told a quite different Story ; : A Man of fome Prowefs^ but drunk With Vain-glory; In Confequence of which a deep Scheme he had laid, To make himfelf Paramount Lord of the Blade, To keep all iherStages in Order and Awe> , And to all other Mailers of Science give Law,  Sad Pranks here enfo'd, and Stratagems fram'd, Amdng Men of Honour not pradlic'd.or nam'd : What with'private Cabals, and fierce open Faftion, ' Kept himfelf arid his7 Neighbours in endlefs Diftraclion : Whether oppofing his,Foes, or defending his Friends, His governing Principle was found his own Ends: And though, generally fpeaking, he came off bat dully, No Man, after Beatings, could rejoice fo, and bully. One Advantage he had, where his Skill or Strength-fail'd, The Weapons of his Purfe and his Tongue ftill prevail'd. This meek Jamy Webb oft.found 11 his Coft, Many Bouts, as aforefaid, having won, and then loft. At length He&or Sanders, maugre all Proteftations, Fell foul on poor WebbJ and all his Relations; Crying out in fierce Wrath, You and yours I defy, Be on- your Defence, and now light or die ?       * Well ! ---Patience like every Thingelfe has an End, And wor'ft1 is the Foe who was once the meek Friend. Webb, burning with Ardor Brag-Sanders to engage,   j Sprang at once from one End t6 the other of the Stage i In his Fate a due Mixture of Couraee and Scorn, Alotfd he proribuncfd, this is hot to be born!�-~� By fair Means and foul in vain do I labour, To keep within Bounds this very ill Neighbour: It is fit a grand Caufe long depending be try'd, That Matter this Arm, and this Sword (ball decide 1 1     � Without further Prelude he Sanders attack'd, -\ And in a few Minutes moft wpfully hack'd : He lent him fuch Blows,-^fuch Blows,-to be brief, Such Blows as fprlng naturally from Englilb-toaft Beef. Then Sanders cried out, dear Webb ? -kind and goo*, Confider my dang'rous Effufion of Blood! m Stop a-while ! -and as fure as the Bible is true. In a Week I fhall with you the Combat renew. Quoth Webb, that's a Joke good as ever was known, Should I let you get Blood to draw out my own ? In me that were Folly, towards others a Crime, Since you muft be well humbled, �ow, now is the Timt. Bank Stock 148. India Ditto nothing done. South Sea Stock no Price Ditto Old Annuities 115. Ditto New 115 3 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 103 1 half. Ditto 1742., 103 1 half. Ditto 1743, 100 5 8ths a 7 8ths. Million Bank 119. Equivalent 109. Royal Affurance 83 London Affurauce 12 Englifh Copper 41. 10 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 115. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 5 1. 12 s. 6 d. Pr. India Bonds 41. 14 s. 815 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Taffies 3 Prem. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 4 3 4ths Prem. Three per Cent, ditto , half Difc.   Lottery Tickets 11 1. 8 s. S A D L E R's-W ELL AT SADLER'S-WELLS, adjoining to the New-River Head, this Day, will be perform'd The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting, by Monf. GUILIOME, Monf. DAVID, aad Signor FRANCISCQUE} .  Rope-Dancing by the two Mifi RAYNERS; Poftures, and feveral sew Equilibrej, by Mr* Rayner; 'With feveral Entertainments of Dancing (both Serious and Comic) by Monf. Froment, Mr. Davenport, Mailer Matthews, Mr. Pelling, Mr. O!b;ldifton, Mr. MiJes, Mr. Rayner, Mr. Clagget, Mr. Deli-falde, Mrs. Bullock, Mrs. La Font, MifsWright, Mrs. Phillips, Mif� King, Mrs. ValJois, Mrs. Aniley, and MifeRayner; With feveral new Songs by Mr. Hemfkirk and Mils HILLIER. The Wbple to Conclude with HARLEQUIN PROTEUS, AlterM and Revtv'd, with the Addition of feveral new Comic Scen�. (never before perform*d) call'd NO  MAGICK  LIKE  LOVE. The Scenes, Cloaths, and Decorations, being New. To begin every Evening at Five' o'clock. , Monf. GUILIOME and Monf. DAVID will thrOT a Somer-fet through a Hogihead,' with feveral new Elercifes never petform'i before. Mwriifemnts tf'^t^rMll^t:^ token infer this Paper at Two Shillings each.   

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