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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 23, 1743, London, Middlesex                                The London Daily Poft, and Genefat Advertifer. S a T u RDAY,   July 23,   1743. ^Beal* July ii. [AME down and failed the Alder., ney Man of War j and the Pe- ftfti�,   Paterfon, for ^Carolina, enlain in the Downs his. Ma-Jcfty's. Ships the DorfetQrire, the 'Shrewsbury, and; the Granada Bomb. Grave/en J,- Jufyzx.  -Pafs'd by William and Mary, Gray-ftock, from-Rotterdam, j and the John and Betty, Strahan, from Oftead. The Concord, Young; and the Grace, Trtnn, from SoutkCtJolina, are arrived at Cowes. - L O N  D  O N. By feveral Perfens arrived from Paris we are inform *d, -that it is of the molt dangerous Confequence to mention any Thing concerning the late Battle; that' the Etjglifh are narrowly watch'd, and their Letters frequently intercepted, or open'd, , . There was a Report Yefterday that the Plague -at Meffi-ita, has been cottimtinicated to GalHpoiy ; -but we'hope it is without Foundation: We hear that the Affair of taking the St. Philip Snow, Capt. Penkethman, by the Spaniard?, was as follows 4 as loon as the Ship got to a proper Place in the River Plata to Trade, the Spaniards cane on board, in theufualmanner, and amongft them One whom the Captain had formerly known, who agreed with him (bra large Parcel-of Goods ; this being difcover'd to the Spaniih Governor, he wasfeiz'd, and condemn'd by the Laws of the Country, which are very fevere in fuch Cafes ; in order therefore to Cave him-felf, he propofod to the Governor, that he would feize the Ship, on Condition of his being pardon'd, which being agreed to, he came in the Evening in a fmall Veffel, with aTfomber �f Men concealed on board her, along-fide the St. Philip, and taking an Opportunity, he ftabb'd the Captain himfelf, and giving the Signal agreed on, the Men he brought with him leap'd on board, and murder'd all the Crew but feven, and afterwards they earned the Ship into Port. The Succefs, Gibfon, from Oporto, is arrived at Lan-cafter.--This Ship was taken by the Spaniards, in her Voyage from 'Lancaiier to Oporto, and carried into Ba-yonne ; but was afterwards ranfom'd. In a few Days a Convoy will be appointed to take Care of fuch Ships as are bound to the Ifland of Jamaica. The latter End of next Week the Phoenix Man of War, of 20 Guns, now rebuilt, is to be launched from a; private Yard at Limehoufe. TheOorpfe of the Right Hon. Philip Cavendim, Efq; who died at the Admiralty-Office, the 14th of this Month, In the 6ad Year of his Age, was carried from thence on Wednefday Jail, and interr'd in a private handfome Manner at Hornchurch in Effex, near the Remains of his Lady's father the Honourable Edward Carteret, Efq; Governor of the Poflt Office, who died in April, 1739. He was Admiral of the Blue Squadron, one of the Lords of the Admiralty, and a Member of the Honourable Houfe of Commons. -.   y Col. De Veil, for burglariou% breaking the Houfe of Mrs. Rebecca Brown, in the Night-time, and lelonioufly taking out of it, a Pewter-Dim and fix Pewter-Plates, her Property. At RUCKHOLT-HOUSE, near Low-Layton, in Ef-iex, on Mon&ys during the Seafon, will be a Concert of ' VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL MUSICK.   The Vocal Part in the Morning by Mr. LOWE ; in the After- ' noon by Mr. BRETT.  Tickets to be delivered at the ; Door, for the Breakfafting at ij. 6d. each. .And for the � Evening Entertainment, each' Perfon after Twoo'Clock, to pay 6 d.~N.B. The Doors free with French Horns i every Day in the Week except the above-mention'd ;; and [ every Thing as reafbnable as at any Houfe whatever; and ' the Nobility, &C may haye^ any Quantity ,of Fjfl}, either alive or drcft, the beft of Cooks being provided. '  .*   .. I R E L A !N D. ' Augbrim, July 13. Yefterday being the, izthtf July, j theAughrim Club met at the Warburton's Arms in the 1 faid Town, 10 celebrate that happy Day whicii delivered \ ns from Slavery, where we drank the King, Prince of; Waleij and Royal Family; our young Hero the Duke of Cumberland, the Glorious Memory of King William, all | the Members of the Boyne. Club, . his MajdtyV Forces-'by -Sea and Land,- Succefs to the Queen of Hulfgaryy and feve- \ ralotherioyalToafts; at "Night y^\h^i^bp&ri^.t^e jj Spot Where St. Ruth was mbt, afid Hogmeads;#|le?r Jor f the Populace; at 1 2 at Night not one fober Man was to be " Seen in the whole Town; we don't part'tillSaturday Night, according to Cuftom. Cork, July 5-. Yefterday Mr. Randall Weftrop was e-lecled Mayor; and Mr. Robert Wrixen, and Mr. WiHiam Harding, were eledled Sheriffs of this City for the enfuing Year. The Affize of our 12 Penny Loaf, by Order of our Worfliipful Mayor, is to weigh Twenty-five Pounds Fourteen Ounces. Dublin, July 16. l^aft Tuefday at a Commencement held at Tririify College near Difblin, by his Grace the Lold Primate, the fol owing Gentlemen commenced ; the Rev. Marmaduke Philips, Rev. John Towers, Rev. John Webb, Doctors'in Divinity.  Anthony Relhan, M.B. Doftor m Phyfitk.   The Rev.--Crump, Rev. John Jones, Dodors in Laws. Four Batchelors in Laws ; twenty-two Mailers in Arts, and three Batchelors in Arts. We hear, that the Dragoon of Sir Robert Rich's Regiment, thatre-to4c the Standard, whofe Name is George Daraugh, and w  that five Men of War, two Bombs, and two Firelaips, failed from thence for Naples. This Morning died at hh Houfe in George's-Lane, the Rev. Charles Wittingharo> D.D. Archdeacon of Dublin, and Vicar of St: Peter's Church. Wednefday laft died at his Houfe in Peter-ftreet, Mr. Jacob Walton, a very eminent Math:matician. We hear he has left his Fortune, which was above 40001. to his ,two Maid-Servants. We hear that a Regiment of Light-Horfe, and two of Foot, will fpeedily be embarked for Flanders. An odd Adventure which. happened to Oliver Crofton, Efq; laft Monday Morning between One and Two o'CIock, has made a great deal of Noife in Town. As he was walking Home alone, a Fellow on the oppofite Side of the Way, from the wafte Ground in Grafton-flreet, very near his Lodging, and within a few Yards of a Watchman's Stand, witnout Speaking a Word, fnip'd a Piltol at him, which miffed Fire. Mr. Crofton on feizing the Fellow, found a naked Hanger in his Left hand. On his being examined next Morning before the Lord-Mayor, he could in no Shape clear up the Matter, but laid he was aCobler that worked in the Neighbourhood, where Mr. Crofton lodged, and had a very large Family, and that he lay there in wait for fome Rogues that he expected, in order to apprehend them ; and firft faid that he fnap'd the Piftol, which was loaded, to try it; and after faid he fnap'd it accidentally.   He was committed to Newgate. Laft Monday Mr. Laurence Toole, Coaft-Officer at Bray, made a Seizure of Tobacco, valued at 40I. near Stephen's-Green, under three Load of Furze. High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 21 Minutes after 12. Bank Stock 148 a 7 3 4ths a S. India Ditto nothing done. South Sea Stock 115. Ditto Old Annuities 115 a 1 8th. Ditto New 115 t half. Three per Cent. Annuities 104 a 14th. Ditto 1742, 104 a 14th. Ditto 1743, 101 1 half. Million Bank 119. Equivalent 109. Royal Affurance 83. London Affuiance 12. Engliih Copper 4I. 10 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 114. Five per Cent, ditto 77. Bank Circulation 5 1. 12 s. 6 d. Prem. India Bonds 41. 15 s. a 16 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Prem. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 4 3 4ths Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 1 half Difc,   Lottery Tickets 111. 7 s. 6 d. a 8 s. Southwark, July 23, 1743.. 'THE Gwerncn of Sf. Olave's Free Gram- * mar School, give Notice, that they intend te Lett bj fcveral Lea/et for 61 Tears, the following Lots. 1. A Mejfuage or Tenement, on the Eajl Side of Bermond-fey-ftreet, near Tooley ftreety late in the Occupation of George Hayes, Smith. 2., A Parcel of Ground with four Houfes thereon, on the Eajl Side ofPariJb-Jlreet, next the Workhoufet in the Parijh of St. John, Soutbnvark, containing in Front 53 Feet or thereabouts, and in Depth 45 Feet. 3. ASHpofGroundinHorflcydonunBack-flreet, containing in Front from Freeman''s-Lane to Horfltydoiun Lane 121 Feet and a half,; and in Breadth from North to South at the Eafi Mni \fsFeet, end at the Weft End 14 Feet, on which is built three Brick Houfes.      � - N   ' \.'Hhree 'Meffuages or Tenements in ,PariJb-ftreet and 'Hoyjtty^^'n-ftreei, two of which are fronting the Churchyard^ fn, theBaffeJfian of George Saunders, Shoemaker, and Mary Spurrier, Linnen-draper; and &e other in Pa rijb-flreet, inthe Poffeffim of James Cooper, Broker. r. 4 Mejfuage. or Tenement in Bermondjey-Jlreet, in the Poffffpon ff Mr, Richard Ellis, Hat maker, r. {jfrdtb* fold Governors will ft in the Veftry Hall, near St, Olave's Church; on Wednefday the zjth Day of July Infant, at Ten of the' Clock in the Forenoon, ti> receive Pro-pofals for- the fame; and all Perfons bidding for fuch Lots are to fend in their rejpeclive Prpp
                            

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