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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 1, 1743, London, Middlesex                                MONO A*Yy [UT back the Anne Gaily, ^Grim-^a^i'for MahOt*i^JprpWpa?.' %&n, for St. KiwirTM"tae down the Gibraltar Man of War, and remain with the Dorfet&ire, the Shrewsbury, Granada Bomb, and <| the Outward-bound.   There are two Ships arrived,, but their, Names are not -known. Wind S.W.    ���  Letters' from Stockholm (ay, that feveral Towns having �made IntercetGon for the Dalecarlians taken Prsfoners in the late Tumult there, the Kmg has been ^leafed to pardon ^00 of them; in ConfeqaeBCe whereof the Sentence; con? taining the PunMhment they had deferved, was read to them the 23d of laft Month, N.S. after which they were tlifmif-fed, and ordered to re tarn home. Genera) LewcnhaoptY Execution was again put off to the 5th Inft. N.S. We have Advice from Manheim, that Prince Charles of Lorrain patted by that City the 29th of laft Month at. Night, going to his Army; that that Army is divided into -feveral Bodies, fome. of which have taken the Route to Brifgaa, *ad that 12,000 of them are already, arrived near -Fribourg. The Auftrians have a great Number of Men at Work on the Fortifications of Srtiac; Their Huflars hover about the Banks of the Rhine, but none of them have yet patTed it, the French having polled Troops at convenient Diftances along that River, and diftributed Fire*Arms to the Peafants. They.add, that all the ftrong Towns iriXl-face are extremely well provided wjth Warlike. Stores and, Provifions. ' ' � -;-w he RightVli^&prarl {Bedchamber in {waiting, his Majefty in tjieirttoit gi 'till about half an Hour p; compared by his Excel Khevenhjller..'' jThe jv nojfjn, the King, accorh ratne, Princes William, Field Matlbdls Stair,-' >�$erhaii, and the grea combined Army, toeeth and other Perfons of Ditti C^mp, where the whole  ofthe refpeiStive'Liner,  Line to the Right, and Line,, and-paffed^on \o having reviewed the **' Caftle, andexprdTed pearance they made, as rin&ion above mention King this Day, and havUt�' about Four, fet out for thfe| in the Maigraviat of /Naples, Julyg, N. . have latelyrhappened^ finefs,  Thfrfiritis, th Terra de-Foifla,'which. 2^th of the laft Month' anjd upon fome of them It'was: fuppofed, that fo vately from MeBina, and was knowai tbe Magift Prefident of Cantun�ro, '0 be ereAed there, and fet- � the 28th a Man efcaped, ' ran io'.oa Chapel, in whiefc. dead; and chat no one mig' Body were both burnt.   �1 bourhood have been orde naked, and lodged in^a Ba The Guards have been ddul ven to ereel a fecond been pallifadoed ; that if a he may be ftopt by the feci which-is to reach quite aCrofs this Kingdom fronvthe f* Accident is, that in the 'i h^edjr^h^ighjt^t^f      ^ having clamber'd over a Mouhtai A certpaid ccafisn; Itf^ity to1- eived^by :d at Court edy'ac-Marlhal ^of ior>: flfHeffej d Pftecfe of the to. the e'Head; Second fo,:,the 4ne Ap-ofDif-with the Majefty ncamped ^Accidents ' t Uhea- �'i , in the from the bns died, found. a7'p�-as this the rs to ^Butupon Guards, found and the Neigh-&, ihip'd ^Purpofe. been gi-hich has the firft, fretting,. te all. he other Perfons wfitt . o^hrifi- acceffible, were flopped and fhut up together, though they all continue as yet in good Health : But a Protecution is preparing againft them, and the King has been petition'd to give Leave to the Prefident of that Jurifdiftion to proceed againft them by the Rules Bf War. Whitthallt July 27, 1743. This Day arrived Lieutenant Bonnefoy, with Difpatches from Vice-Admiral Matthews, dated on board the Namur in Genoa Road the 6th Inftant, O.S. giving an Account, .that he, the Vice Admiral, having had Intelligence that a Spanifh Bark and 14 Shebecks bound for Genoa with Artillery and Ammunition for the Ufe of the. Forces of thatCrownJn Italy, had been chafed.] by his MajeAy's Ship the Kennington, but efcaped by Means of a Calm and Night coming on, and got fafe into the Harbour of Genoa, where they had been permitted to land their Powder; he did thereupon himfelf on the 26th of June fet Sail from Hieres Road with the King's Ships the Namur, Barfleur, Norfolk, Princefs Caroline, Ipfwich, Revenge, and three Bomb Veflels, and arrived on the ift . Inftant in the Road of Genoa, and that the Day following,. the Senate having deputed fome of their Body to compliment him.upon his Arrival, he had acquainted them with the Motives of his coming thither, and demanded that the faid Barks and Shebeckv with their Stores and Artillery, fhould either forthwith- be obliged to depart out of that Port, in order to purfue their Voyage, they having pretended to have been driven in there only by Strefs of Weather, or that upon their refufing to do fo, the Republick mould fequefter the faid Stores and Artillery, in fuch Manner that they fhould not be returned to the King of Spain,' his Mi-riifters. or Agents, before the Conclufion of a Peace.  And that after fome Conferences, the Deputies from the Senate having obtained a full Power for that Purpofey had agreed with the Vice-Admiral upon ihesTerms -of a Convention for depofiting the faid Spanifh Stores and Artillery in the  reVenting any of the Ships under his Command from vifiting or approaching any Ships or Veffels Coming from infedted Places; and that he had fent Directions to Leghorne for the Folftk'one Man bf War, which was gone in Queft of a Spanifh Privateer "thafhad t'a'cen feveral^of bur Ships" in the Archiperago',' Ithat, (he fhould up n her Return immediately repair toMi-' norca, there to perform aftricl Quarantine, without joining him, or any of the Ships of his Majefty's Squadron^ in �Cafe fheihould'have touched at Ma'ta, or on the Coaft of Calabria^ and fo have come back to Leghorne thro* the KFi're of^effina-; li^liich.,P>ecaotbi�; he'badljudg^ '^ceffaryfoVprpYe^ of. the-|nfear6h : to; the Squadron, under Bis Command, which hitherto cob* 'tmued to be'perTeclly healthy. \ ExtraS 6f^Letterfrom a Merchant ai'Mar/eilles.' *' Iha^re' very lately received a Letter from a Correfpon-7* jdent-bf''rtifie at Palermo, giving me the following Ac-/((count of the plague at 'Mellina^ viz. that.it. had made �IveVy^great Devaftation'sin that City; that the"Merchants ' in general, and moftyof the principal Inhabitants had � deferted" the Town and; retired to the Mountains; that the 4 Numbers that had died of that Diftemper in a Week, ac-' cording to the Account given into the Magiftrates of '* that City, were about 2500 ; but that it was for fome Time paft greatly abated, which was in fome Meafare � to be'attributed to the Pubfick Fires, which;were pfcrpe-* tuilly.keptin mbft" of the principal Streets of the City, ' forjhe burning of a certain kind of Shrubf which-had very much purified the Air.   He adds, that it had not ' reached Palermo; and that according to the above-men-' tion'd Account, the Numbers that died in a -Week did ' not now exceed 1 too.'  - /SomePerfons are arrived here from the Army, to buy upHorfes to remjoant the; Britifh Cavalry. Baron Wafenberg, Envoy from Sweden, and Mynheer Hopp, the.Dutch Minifter, are fet out for Hanover. ' * Lait'Wednefdaydiied, of an Apopleftick Fit, at Ick-'worth in Suffolk, Mr. George Butts, a young Gentleman of a good Eftate, nearly related to the Right Rev. Dr. Butts, Lord Bifbop of Ely. (On Friday Night died, in an advanced Age, at Edmonton, Mr. Wilkinfon, formerly a noted Glover in Pall-mall, but had for fome Time retir'd 'ftom'Bufinefs, and liy'dupon a Fortune which he acquir'd with very great Reputation. The fame Night died in Kirby.ftreet, Hatton-Garden, Mr. Hutton, the oldeft, and efteem'd one of the belt Horfe-.Whip-makers in England. ; The Death of Mr:^ Drew, an Under a'ar in Weftminfter, aj mention'd in fome of the Paper , is without Foundation, hie being in good.Health. � v It was Mr. Brydges, Brother to' Mr. Edmund Brydges, Ironmonger in the'Strand, who was married to Mifs Daw-fbn, as mention'd in our Paper of Friday laft j and not Mr, Kemp, as in the Papers the next Day. : Yefterday Margaret Peirce was committed to New Pfi-ion by Coi-De Veil, for picMhg the Pocket of Mr. John> , Newberry of Croydon,' of 3 i. .7 s. 6 d. She is one. of the Prerfoijs who' fome Time ago-was tried for the Chelfest Murderl.... BANKRUPTS. James Symes, of Falmouth, Cornwall, Haberdafher and Holier. Peter Blackaller, of Totnefs, Devon, Mercer and Chapman. William Newland, late of the Parifh of Writtle, EfTex, Broker, Brickmakef, Lime-Merchant, and Chapman. T � High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 40 Mi' UUtes after 6. Bank Stock 147 7 8t.hs. India Ditto 1.89. South Sea Stock no Price. Ditto Old Annuities 115 1 8th. Ditto New 113 5 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 103 1 8th. Ditto 1742, 103.18th. Ditto 1743,'101 14th.. Million Bank 119. Equivalent m. Royal Aflurance 80 1 half. London Aflurance ji 7 8ths. Englifb Copper 4 1. 10 s. Seven per Gent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 51. 15 s, Pr. ' India Bonds 41. 17s. a 18s. Prem. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Prem. Three per Cent Exchequer Orders 4 3 ^ths Pr. Three pei-Cent, ditto 1 4th Difc, Lottery Tickets 11 1. 7 8. "1 Ship Fw.SALE by the C A N D L E,- ' On Friday next, at 12 6'Clock at Noon, LLOY D*s  Coffee - Houfe in Lombard - ftreet, THEgo^d Ship BY AM, with 14 Carriage and four Swire! Guns, a Prime Sailor, Square-ftern'd, Bof-toa-built, Burthen 190 Tons, more or left, with proportionable Dimenfionj, fit for the Weft-India Trade, now lying at Btll-JVharft Ptttr Buckley, Commander. Inventories may be. feen on Bosrd th? (tii and at the Place of Sale.  To be Sold by -o  . JOSEPH WATKINS, BkoKEit, > \  Crj PER S-G A R D EN S.^~ THE Widow EVANS, begs Leave to inform the Poblick, that in Order to make the fire-Works for the Entertainment of the Town more cbmpleat, ata very-great Expence, his got a Neptune, finely carved, feated in his Chair, drawn " byttfo Sisa'-Herfe oH-Fire*Wheels, fpearing at �i>olphi�, wherefrom-many different Parts of Fire-Works will be exhibited in a beautiful MannetthisEvenine, which will perhaps far exceed any Thing ever yet performed ui'EngLnd.' Thewadle'to be difplay'd on the Canal. �9 Jdvertifiments of' amdsrtte Length an taken in for this Paper at Two SbUtinp each.   

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