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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 5, 1743, London, Middlesex N'tms. 2743* f R I D A Y,' August 5, 1743. 111 r urii'ii 1 MftIN ra "the DoWhti Maje." Sy's Ships the Dorfecihirtythe Shrtwifiuxy,. *nd Granada Bomb j tfcfe Peter add MaryiTrediir; the Atfne; p^f^rthjj atid^Anoe-'Grirnljold,' for 'Kiahbhe. J Wind, S;l�yE. . *.' '.-."...'..i. Gravefind, \Aiguft 3. PafiM i>y the SpeedweU, Clack, frofln-Virginia. L 0 "N b ON. titters f^om'Tlbulon Bring a Jpor.firmafioB, ,that Admiral jfrvuie/; ha*, t^v^-Orderili�^>Midrid� to lceepthe Spanifh Sqoadroo under hi* Command, m Readi-nefs to pat to Sea on the ftrft Notice ; and add, that the French Squadron is likewife in Readinefs to weigh Anchor: Thefe Wo Squadrons arettj take about 3000 Land Forces i Laft Saturday tfed at Bfiftoi-Well^ ThoWs Pelham, Efq; Member of Parliament for1 Ixjwe^m Sirffex. The Ruth and Anne, Malpas ; the John hrid Thomas, Marrih-'; and Jolfn and SufaHnah; Garice, three Hoys, are come up the River, with SugaVs, which they took out of the Seymour, Lewis, arrived frCm St/Kitts; ^who ran on the Sand call'd the Woolpack) in 6fder,.to lighten her. . Captain BelJ, of the Pihjtheir frptftj Antigua, whofe Ship -founder'd, and who was luckily taken up by the Seymour, is arrived in Town; and -gHres-the following -Account, vi2. C^hjttJfccarae out in Company with feveral Ships, and a tffan of Wat; that the Diy this Difafter happen'd, it blew, rairild, and thundered very much j that of a fuddeO: cine bft hi 1\fferr faid, the Ship^ was much deeper than (he $ad,beeni and directly tried "the Pump, when to their ^Lftonifhmeht they found five. Foot Water in the Hold; thereapon the'Captain fir'd a Gun, but fuppofes the Man ijf War could-ndehiear' it>,foV the Thunder; the Water en-creafedfb fa^, ;that they, had but juft Time to hoift out their B
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