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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 3, 1743, London, Middlesex                                if - ii r � � i         � ir   i i ii' A,� G u s T* :v.";; 3� 1743- .. a   si. "MAINimte Dowiw Ms'Maje- j tyYShips tbeOorfedhlre,Sbrewf. I%�iy� ;and � Gibraltar^ and the \ �Granada Bomb * Peter and Ma- ; ly, Fredill j Anne, DodfwortTr; Anrie GaHyy-Grimbald, for Ma. Iione; Frbfperou�y Scarr, for St. Ki'ttsj, 'iWtannii,;.: SJwjV. Ifr : vCaro'lna;-; .Msn^aflii&e, Bow-  f a Herald, and proclaimed the Peace io the moft publick Places of the City. In the Evening1 there -was a very numerous Appearance.of Perfompf Ditfin&ion at Court, to make their Compliments to her Imperial Ma-jetty.  The Night concluded, with Illuminations through the whole City1; and the good .News has been received by the Publick with the greatett Demonttrations of Joy. They write from Stockholm of July 15, O.S. that Orders were given for Lieutenant General Bodenbroke's Execution the next Day, and that Day SeVanight, the 23d Inttant, is fixed for that of General Lewenhaupt, the Nobles having confirmed his Sentence onTnefday the 12th, as the three other Orders of the States had done a few  f  fmrfb the Caufeway -from Gi-vet to Dinant; and that 5060 Laboorers are employed in forming that from Manbeugeto Landreci, &c. which is to t*o^'Feet broad. Yetterday Morning,- at Ten'Oock, arrived, at the Eaft-India-Houfe, in Leadenhall-Street, the Purfer of the Benjamin, Capt. Way, from Mocha and Bombay, with an Account that tthp aboveShip, together with .the Somerfet, Capt. Kent, (her - former Captain, Chrillopher Howes, dying at the Cape) the Porto-Bello, Capt. Benj. Fifher, both from. IBbmbay, and the Admiral Vernon,. Capt. Ben. ' Webtter,;froni Coattand Bay, wereaH fourfafearrived off Tinmaath Haven near NewcaiUe. The faid Ships bring Advice, that the Princefs Mary, Capt. George Martin, and the Augufta, the Hon: Capt. Townfehd,. both from China, and theiQnflow�; 'Capt, Balchen,. from Bombay and China* wereaQ.fafearrived at the Cape, and were to proceed directly.to St. Hekna, to wait for the Convoy of two Men of War. "lyitnave Adrice from- Antigua; that on the 21ft of April the Norwich Man of War failed from thatlfland, boiu&forEiigtaid -Yetterday Morning-cante Advice, Aat hb-Majefty's Ship the Haftings;; the Right Hon. the Lord Bamff, Com-mander; was fafear.ived at Virginia with the Hrenth P^iae takea^off the Azores, of which weg&ve an Account ineors ofThurfdaylaft.   ^      " -    '   ": frisiaid, that the Lyon Man of War^; whh feVeral Ships "boand home frbm Jamaica, was'htely fpoke with, in the Channel. -- :'.    .- 1 rWearerfiired, ithat Seven of Ms MajeftyVSbipi are now^aruhiingofF'the Wefternlfles, in order rd'^rbtecl? the Tr.deV^'   i ' - ^ ":: - "v. �": ; ;^ ,.On Mindayl^ft their Hoya|. Higbnel^the Prince and Princefs of tya&� and^the Princeifes AnjeUa a&id CaToH9e went to view the Ear!" of Tiiney*� Gardens; � in'the'Afier-noon walk^fcme Tithe -zi RWcfcholt1 Hohle^and in the Evening returnM to St. James's. ". \. We hear that tm>'Right Hon. theEariof Orford ii in- \ difpofed at hi�.Seat at Houghtonjn Norfolk. By Letters Yetterday from Dover we hJ.Ve, Advice of the Death of Captain Hamfnenon, one of th^e chief Pilots of that Plicti^^and; formerly Comrnander of thi Pnfciila, in the Weft-India Tiade.--He was a worthy Man, and greatly etteem'd by his Acquaintance. . Yetterday in the Evening the Wife of a Butcher hang'd -herfelf-in her Garters, at her Lodgings in Great Wild-{^.ct^aear^Drury-lane.    . , On Sunday died at Peckham, Mr. Re veil, a.confidera-ble Dyer at Batde-Bridgein St. Olave-ttreet, in the Borough of Southward.  Yetterday two fine' Boys, one about five and the other about.feven Years of Age, were fdnrid drown'd at the Stairs near Coper's Garden, Who we hear fell into the Thames as "they were at Play.     . - On Saturday latt,. about Seven -0'Clock in the Evening, a fingle Highwayman had Hit^ Refoludoh to ftbp a Gentleman's Coach, in which there we're; three Ladies and a Gentleman, within a Very liftle Way of the Ironmongers Alms-Houfes in the Road to Edmonton, (notwithftanding there werefeveral Perrons within fight of the Coach ; but "he behaved with great Civility, taking only what they thought proper to give him, without afking for their Watches, &c. and, upon one of the Ladies being more than ordinarily frighted, he took her by the Hand, begg'd Pardon earneltly for being the Canfe of her Dirorderj  begg'd her to compo/e herfelf, and then rode1 off; ' : At RUCKHoLt-HOTJSE, ' near Low^Layton, inEf-fex, on Mondays during the Seafon, will be a Concert of ^VOCAL and"1NSTRX7MENTAL"MUSICK.   The Vocal Part in the Morning by Mr) LOWE ; in the Afternoon by. Mr. BRETT-  Tickets, to be delivered at the -poor, for.theBreakfafting ati s^Jb'd: each. And*f4rthe Eyening Enter^nment, each Perfon after Two o'Clock, 'iBj. pay 6 irr^rO. The, Doors free with French Horns revery Day in the Week except the above-mention'd ; and t^eve^ Things ^reafonable as at any Houfe whatever; and :Tth%'Nobility t; &c, may ha^e any Quantity pfFifh, either r* .'k*� �tf-inc-�Hoauuy,-.�c. may nave any uuantity orr; ^are^tp^b-;     ~Bmik Stock itf 7 8tKs.'   IndirDItto' 189.' South Sea Stock no Price. Ditto Old Annuities 115'1 8th. Ditto New 113 1 half a 5 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities'103 1 8th. Ditto 1742, 103 18th. Ditto 1743, tot 1 4th. Million Bank 119. Equivalent 111, Royal Affurance 80 1 half. London Affurance 11 7 8ths. Ei^ib Copptr 41. 10 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's; Loan * 15. Jtfve per Cent.^ ditto 77 1.4th. Bank, Circulation 5J. 15's. Pr. India Bonds 4.I. ijBs. Prem. Three ahdra half Silt Tallies 3 Prem. Three per Cent Exchequer 0rders 4 3 4ths Pr. Three per Cent, ditto 1 4th Difc. . Lottery Tickets 111. 7 s. High Water nutes after j 8. this Day at I|otidon. T the NEW W.KLLS the bottom-oF \Jilinon'fi'Tt�t^Gooiman,i-Fidds; thU       fwill be perform'd  he' :U,S U A JU : IU VERSIONS. " :  j  -t; ;.,--W5tli r^pc-Dancing b'j. .�� :' ^..  , .-    Moor.fjAi^fc, Mpftt-Movire,. apd Wri ijcpgli.'-by Wr.Ca/oty, Mjdew. PCTfairtt, the two>Jacr� �nd- M�& . GtiDiiiyjAik Storyf.Mi. Chettle^ Wr^Hay**, aad-^ffir Houghs: vt   .        And TUMBLING by .. 1' ... '� A^o�/:'JAN3^0? M^tMovire, .^A^r.JToiigh; ' Several ^New Seh|j^ by. Mr. B'lttt, l^.toisniiflia^ ii& Mn.'HHi, :."> v'a.-. A Mad Dialogue by Mr^Brett'dnd MriCtinnuigriam.'' With feveraJ NEW EQUILI^res by the RUSSIA eqy, wh� pcifomis feveral entire new BaJIancee. ;>'<'. To Whkh */ifl be added, feveral New Scenejln Grptei^ae Cha--   rafters, call'd    "''   v':''-it     ' HARLEQUIN  SKEtElT ON 5 " or.      ' '"..: .,i . . A Trick to catch the Ol&'One. With feveral New ALTERATIONS ani AOblTIONS. Harleqain Steleton, Mr. Hayes j Monf. Gravicula,.Mr..ChetTje j Blunder, Mr. Hough; and the Part of Caloinbine, by Mifa Story. The Whole to Conclude with, A Reprefentation or Wettr'tVotks, as. in the Dogi'a' Gardens at Poutf. #* Every One will be admitted far a Pint ofWinea^tte aiuju'ali To begin every Evening"it Five' d'CIockT"w'"" ~ ".' %*: Tbii Performance is quite different to what has been perform'* this Seafon j and every Week we ihali make a new Change in all the Sohgs, Dances, and other Performances. ;fey aCoinpariy 6( Englijh, Freticb and Germans,-- At'. PHILLIPS'S NEW WELLS* Near the London Spaw, Clerkenwell, THIS Evening, and during the Summer* Seafon, will beperform'd fereral new Exercifes of Rope-Dancing, Tnmbiing, Vaulting, Equilibre?, Ladder-Dancing, and Ballancing, by ' Madem. KERMAN,            j   Moaf. GERMAN, and SAMPSON ROCATfcl,      |   Monf. DOMllfl(lU& With a hew Grand Dance* call'd Aptllo and Dpfbnt, by Mr.Phii-lips, ~Mrs. Lebrune, MrTSh'a'wfijrd, Mrs. Morris, and others-Singing by Mrs. Phillipsj ;Mrs. Jackfon, and others.   Likewife The-extraordinary Performance of HER VON EECKENBERG, who imitates the f.ark. Thrufli. Blackbird, Goldfinch, Canary-bird. Flagelet and Oertpan t lute. - AneT '-- Monf. BOMlNl^E jumps thro* a Hogfhead and forces both End* out j and a new Hornpipe by Mr; Phillips. To which (by particular DefireJ will be added,   . The:;H^A:R LOJTJs P'RO GR ESS. The'Ch^aerof Hade^iniyMr.Phiiiipsj Mils Kitty, Mrs.Phfl-lips : BeafiMordecai, Mx.Saaw^rdt . i A LSO. A* ExoB Reprtfmtationof the late Glorious Battle and Victory gait?*' tver tbe French by the Fngliih; Of-the Batrle'of Dett5nge�, viiib tbt Taking e^/ie White Houihold Standard ty tbe Scots Greys, and Blowing iff tbt Bridget Defraying and Drowning puft Part of tbt FrenchAt*�y� . '� ��  v � Note, The Publick i� ai& defied to take Notice, that both Ap� mies are New-cloath'd.-... _ �.    t . .-,.�� begin: eve^ Erehing at Five o'clock.    _ Everj one will .be admitted for a Pint cf Wine, at ufuai^ - S A D L E R's-WEL L S.-- AT SADLER'S-WELLS, adjoining, to tht New-RivtrHead, this Day, will be perform'd Tbe USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting, by Monf. GUILIOME, Monf. DAVID, aad Signor FRANCISCQUE; Rope-Dancing by the two MUsRAYNEKS; Polhires, and fcveral new Eqoilibres, by Mr.Raynerj With feveral Entertainments of Dancing (both Serious and - Comic) ' by Monf. Froment, Mr. Davenport, Mailer Matthew*, Mr. Pelling,: Mr. Olkldifton, Mr. Miles, Mr. Rayner, Mr. Clagget, Mr. Deli-falde, Mrs. Bullock, Mrs! La Font, MusWrjght, Mrs. Philips, MiA< King,' M�. Vailois, Mrs. Anfley, and Mi6 Rayner; i With feveral new Songs by Mr. Hemlkirk and Miff HILLIER. To wbich will be added, (neter perform'd before,)    " The  L  Y   O  N   R O U S�D} OR, JI/Tonsieur in the Ma vne.      ! Being aa Exafi REPRESENTATION of the Late BATTLE at" DETTINGEN ; wherein every Circomftance which attended that-:Oiorkni Engagement will be truly exhibited. � With a New Cantata, Set to Mufick by Mr. Davis, and Sung by Mr. Hemikirk. The Whole to Conclode with HARLE QJU I N P ROTE US, Alter'd and Revlv'dA with the Addition of several new Comic Sceaei (never be&re perfbea'a) cali?a     d Ship BY AM, . JL with .14, Carriage' aodiftor Swivel Giins, a Prime Sailor, S^narerftera'd^rBof-ton-built, Burthea 190 Tons, more or fcft, : with proportionable Dimenfions, fit for the Weft-India Trade, now lyingit 'BxlUffbarf, Peter B'uctltyi Commander. _- Inyentories may be feen oa Board the jaid- 8118 Ul'IB6 PlktyUf Jwle. � Tc behold by      �     -  For S A L E by fjse C A N D L E, On Friday next, \ at Twelve o'clock at Noon, "' At L L O V D*s Cpjfee-Btufe in Lmbardftrett, ' TSHE Good Ship GON-" ST ANT, Frigate, Sejjare-ilerh'd, River-built, by Mt. &nty. Bird:(ot the Jamaica Trjde, Burthe�ia70 Tohi, mort or left, with excellent Dimeafiens, now lyinj in the faid Mr. Bird'i tyik'btlowPjtcbin-Point, EdftoatdPbiifp),) Commander. * Alfo on Wednesday the iotb Inflgnt, The good Ship ORONTES, Sijuare-flern'd,. New-England builf, and sheathed, Burthen 115 Tons, - more or lt&, with very good Dimenfions, now lying the upper Side of the Great Wet Dot1, &nry . Petert, Commander. Inventories to be feen on Board, and at the Place* of Sale. Tot? foWby  ^' '-       �'   <  .....- SAMU3ELBR0OKS, BkiDFxEfe; Sold by AU C TI ON,-At tbe Jerufaterfl Cqfiee-hDufe 4n Ex On Tburfday* Auguft 11, at Twelvt ���    alClacbatNum, . N E Sixteenth Psirt of *bnH/uet, now upon her fecand Voyaga f the Eafl-hdiei. SAMUEL BROOKS, Broker. 3 Adviftifimtms 4*md**t* Ltt&b m tgktn in fir tbii Papr *t Tm Shillings, tacb;   

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