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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 4, 1743, London, Middlesex                                .r 1 �*** ?T HOJ R  D AY, A irWs t 4,   if^, 1 ward.  Remain-the Dorfetihire, 'SbfCH^pQr/ iBe* (SnraadaBomb, for |#du�$.  .^find from irV;;thVlntiu1lry| jl SaflWel iukf l&iabeth, Rovvlatlon, : ftc^;-Cadiz, is arrived at .TW^pd^ftiy; iMiiief-fonyfrom yBarbifloa, at Ltaci-- Tk&Gp&hhjfr Tuften^froih.Sbatli C&olina, atVar- to T"i)i3 n; ^Letters from Naples fey, that^teR^gom that the Pfeg� *ATR*^iTfp)ra^ demands a Saxony for a 3Jody jof ip,pbo:Men, onOccafion ofibme Differences -between him and the Duke ofSaxe Weimar. ' From Chamber/ we have Advice, t&sji: the Spaniards have removed, t6 Montmclian the M(a^p'nes they-tod in ihe.P4t%;of CnAJaXt ^at.^TI their' troops are itfenv  Sdmcr Letters from' ffiiednVdniiay, that� Detachment of Miquelets had ali^y'raade an Attempt to forpe a Pais on die Frontiers giari&d-by the Vaudois, but ,were,repifid with great ^Loi^ made f�ffttfjrtifropouls, ^cp.theaift Inflant, forfarren ' Bering tie Place to the Queen's Troops.  At firfthede- * manded a Capitulation on the rirnft honoorable Footing, ' vi2.-all the fionoars of 'War; fpat Pieces of CanRon,Xtwo � Monars;and jfeven covered Waggons j upon'which Count  Collowrafhi ipade him Anfwer, that far from being able ' to grant hiitv fuch Conditions; Jthe Queen's Order*/in-� powered him only tfr*eceiveHhe (| �; der�i fti$^jfc$�;tyth& gurow ^^fficex4.cooldi > - - *d�^^6th-itiffimTi^^^^J^^B^Wd1^^^ � mof CpaJfteVtiation. ,^hey declaredttiatthe French Com * /p^M.wtt^^u^to^i^ddefperate Attempt; � that heliad grvea^Noaoeitaall the IhhablianisV trot W ^or1 t^cSWw!^ tiaSagh tfa^ ^Lps1 ^M�bJ^te#S) thp:Bace/^ht�Cafe.*e couH not obtaoi a^bhraiit^^ ' lency ip.bavp M^ >^4 ^ejka|tDay ^ Aa^thjeB^tb^.a J?arty of Hmlars^at^a^p^ote^Bfitft)^ but *fetfafefrld_di�-^^ iliBrwi^e ^ Prince feives Mailers of Huimin^uei^      aj^agcioto Franche P^W^^J.J-LS,,--- 1. According to J|�Ifc$Lette�.fr^ the French have thrown ^^^pt,'''^'Viu^^.pnh(np!^JlUnds in the Rhine, ft�ra ^ort Loais as fit aiHuiuiitiguen,-and zh rai-fwg t^sloobts and throwing up Intrenchmeflts* along *the Banks x>f that River. By Letters from Stockholm we hear, - that .the Setfet Committee" Jlas reiolved to fend a Minhfer tbtte. Court of PEterfb'JrgK, to Treat with thxtfe of th; ?reat Dukeof Ruffia, about the Renunciation which that Prince is to male-, both forAinrfclf and his Honfe^of the Claims he has IWSwedln,, Particularly thofcon the. Allodial Efiates of theHoufeof \ ^a(a> parfuanr to the 3d Preliminary Article of the Treaty of Peace. They -are already making Preparations for the Reception ,of Prinfce Adplphus Frederick, Duke of Uplr Heini., m'^flityj ^pjf .^uccdBbr to the Throne, tbo' they doh .and the Court granted iiim a Copy of the In-r diSment.  ^ �rfiM*l,-.f were tiken, jbne^ was. �nkf S^frofhtf*^ theStream^ Prfh  H*njUMrhirej! GharleiHw�1 thert;iaT�eoAllies, aWpaffing -jthe� JL-^, both abo?e and batev^Wcntti'lwIf march1 tbwaj^rtheMo- � f%^^ Me;ni�.-^ MoiePc, � ^pK�^poorto^ of Lojcembargh; in order to.ad>a�c%tfi#a^dsiI�^D>?^heA^ lar Troops, will aft lll^jfthi^t^a^nna^vooV tope-' netrateintoJheJKpjiwAJface,. oreiffe,by.makingihem. rCatherine Gwyn, who fuTrtaader^d herfelf two Days before the (aid. Affizes, and who was cHarg'd on the Coroner's I Ih^oeft^wrthT the Murder of her Mother-in-Law, Mrs.' Elizabeth Gwyn, was ordered to remain inCuftcdy'until dwwnttiAlBzes. At the^Affizes for the County; of York, the: following Perfonjs1 received Sentence of Death, viz. Jqbn Dales, for I Sheej^fealing'; Richard Clarebrough, for Healing a Calf; * Johiv Williams, for a Robbery on the Highway ; and Ma-ryJVebfler^ifor Petty Treafon, in poifoning her Hufband. At the faid Affizes Thomas Hunter, of North Shields I Merchant, was tried there; oh an Indictment for Perjury, I preferred againftjiim at lajl Lent Affizes,.. upon which-he I w^hTrnTurabTy acquitted, the Profecution appearing to be * groundlefsand malicious. They write from Cork, that the Worfhipful the Mayor of that Town has ordered the Twelve-penny Loaf to weigh Twenty-five Pound Fourteen Ounce?. ...On Tuefday laff, a$:. the Yellow Regiment of Tram*d Bands was raarchinethro' Alderfgate, aGentlewoman.Jwho ffood to fee them pafi by. had her Pocket pick'd of a Porfe, m-Whieh^rTweB^Onineuv;     Sixteen' Shillings; it j feems fhe hadJxen three Times to pay that Money to a I Pierfoninthat Part of the Townr but did nor meet the Per-; fon at rhome, and was going a fbort^Time when this Mis- * fortune happened. . ,  I   Yefterday Thomas/Webb, aPlaifterer. was committed to I OerkeiiweU BrideWeU, ^y Col. De Veil, for Healing a con-i fider^ble, Quantity of Lea^ affix'd to the Houfesof Sir Edr. I muD4;ThomaSi Bart, and William Northey, Efqj in EfTex-( ftreet, foiand ppon him. \ - As was Elizabeth Sheppard, wBo lives in Maypole-Alley, \ for receiving the fame knowing it to be ftolen. jj . The fame Day Charles Maddifon was committed to the I fame Place,! by the fame Gentleman, for Healing fome j Goods pat of the Shop of i Mr. Reynolds^ a Pawnbroker, !? the .PrOp'srty' of fever^^erfqns, foondnpon him. ^ *''A'ie%': Vayi :fince 'im at KirkinniUoch in Scotland, the Rev. Mr. Bumfide, Minifler of that Place, a Pcrfon much refpecled by all that knew him;r     J- * On (Saturday latt one Anthony Whifmaft/7a ^errnin Shoemaker; near Ne* Turn-tt-le in'Hblbdro, havmg.fbtne WoVds with his Wife, of a fudden (nkcH^d \v$]i,&Sfa and ftabb'dher m th'e Back in fuch a manner that her Lift is defpaired of, -fince which he is gone off. On Monday lafl was played the great Match at Cricket between the. I^oblemTn and Gentlemen of his Grace die Duke of Bedford's Club, and tbe-GeUtleraej* :pf London, for 500 Guineas, in his Grace's Park at VKoPbu'-b in Jk&r fordfhiie, which was Won, with great Dtffieolty/ ^y%h� latter. The Game was as follows,      * h> - * . London Firft Hands "5^ ' ' * 1 �' Wooburn Dittb ,8*-- Wooburn a-head by the Firft Hand 46 London Second Hands Wooburn Ditto London won by And on Monday next the fame Gentlemen fame Sum in the Artillery Ground, London. 60 play for thi High Water  nutes afte> 9. this Day at London-Bridge at ^6 M> Bank Stock 148 3 4ths-a 7 8ths a 1 half. India Ditto 190. South Sea Stock 11<; a 114 3 4th!. Ditto Old Annuities 11; 3 8ths a 1 half a 3 8ths. Ditto New 113 7 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 103 1 half! Dhto 174s, 103 1 half. Ditto 1743, 101 1 4th a 3 ffths. Million Bank 119. Equivalent 111. Royal AfTurahce 80 1 half. London AfluranCe 11 7 8ths Engtilh Copper 41. 10 s. Seven per C6nt. Emperor's Loan 1.16. .Five per C nt. ditto ^7 14th. Bank Circulation 51. 15 s. Pr. India Bonds 4I. 17 s. a 16s. PnA. Three .and abalf. Sa't Tallies 3 Prem. Three and an half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Frem. Three per Cent, ditto 1 4th DifC Lottery Tickets 11 1. 6 s. a 53. -       � 'f S A D L E R's-W ELL S.- AT SADLER's-WELLS, adjoining to the New-Riw -Head, this Day, will be perfbrm'd The US UAL DIVERSIONS. With Variety of Tumbling and Vaultint, by Monf. GUILIOMF, Monf. DAVID, aad Signor franc1scote f Rope-Dancing by the two Mi6RATNERS; - -Poftures, an* Ycvmhnew EqtJiBbrer, oy MtT RaynaTj With feraaLEattrtainmena of Dancing (both Serioiu and Comfal) by Monf.Froment, Mr. Darenpotr,' Mailer Matthews, Mr. Pellins, It Mr.Olbeldifton, Mr. MDw,' Mr. Rayner, MriClaggrtj Mx.Delt-1 falde, Mr�. Bullock, Mrs. La Font, MusWright, Mrs. PhilBps, "MIS King, M�.Vallci�, Mrt. Artiley,-and Mi6 Rayner: With ieteral new Songs by Mr.Hemflrtrk and Mift HltUER. , To which will be added, (never perform'd pe&re,) h The  L   Y   O  N   R O U SJD, MoNSiiTjR in the Ma vne. Being an Ext& REPRESENTATION.of the late BATTLE at DETTINGBrrj Wherein erery CiixumfiaaeQ which attended that Gloriras Engagement will be rnily exhibited. With a New7 Cantata, Set to Mofick by Mr. Paris, and Sang by Mr.HemJkiik. The Whole to Conclude with HA R L E Q^U I N PkOTE US, Alter'd and Reriv'd,; with the Addition oEfeveral new Cornic Sceaes (never before perfonn'd) call'd NO  MAGIC K  LIKE  LOVE. I The Scenes, Cldaths, and Decorations, being New. \* Monf. GUILIOME and Monf. DAVID will throw a Somer-fet over a Man and Horfe, with feveral newEzercbea never .perform'd before. G O O D M A-NVF I E L D S. - By a Company of Englifh Performers, AT the NEW WELLS the bottom of Lattn-J)rutt Goodman i-Fields, this Day, will be perform'd The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Rope-Dancing by Monf. JANNO, Monf. Moyire, and Mr, Hpugh. , Dancing by Mr. Carney, Madem. Perraolt, the two Matters and Mi^i ; Cranier, Mifs Story, Mr. Chettle, Mr. Hayes, and Mrs. Hoogh.-And TUMBLING by Monf. JANNO, Monf. Moyire, and Mr. Hcmgh. Several New Songs by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunningham, and Mr*.Hi]i, viz- A Mad Dialogue by Mr. Brett and Mr. Cunningham. With feveral NEW EQU1LIBRES by the RUSSIA BOY, wh� ; perfbrmt feveral entire new Ballances. To which will be added, feveral New Sceaes in Grotefque Cha-raden, call'd HARLEQUIN SKELETON} or, A Trick to catch the Old One. With feveral New ALTERATIONS and ADDITIONS. HarleqainSkeleton, Mr. Hayes; Monf. Gravicula, Mr.Ghettle j Blunder, Mr. Hough j and the Part of Cslombine, by MUs Story.   . The "Whole to Conclude with A Reprefentation of Water-IVorkst as in the Dogt's Gardens at Venice, lit Cloaibt, Seenif, and Mufirt, bting mtirelj Nen. % Every Out wiJ6t admitted for a Pint of JVtne a fiect at *f*d<, To begin every Evening at Five o'ClocJc. #* This Performance is quite different to what has been perform** this Seafen; and every Week we flnit make a new 'Change in all the Songs, Dances, and other Performances. "I'M  ."t" jfdvtriifimenu tf * mfrmiLteiitf&i itksn infer ibis Paper nt Two Sbillws each. A   

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