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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 8, 1743, London, Middlesex                                London Daily Poft, and General Advertifer, tUMB. 2J^f. MONDAY,  August  8,   1743. Beak Mugufl 6. [VED this Morning Ms Maje-&ft Ship the Liverpool, with the Mawborough, Smith; Defence, Coates $ Tigrefs, Petre ; Walpole, Lowe j and the'Lynn, Gilbert, from EaftIndia; the Hoftor, Rogers, from Carolina. Remain in the Downs the Men of War,and the Outward-bound. Wind N.E. The London, Long, from South Carolina, is arrived off Dover. LONDON.' Since oarlaftamveokhe Mails from Holland, France And Flanders. Letter fram Franc/fort, Angujl 8, N.S. -* Parfuant to the Refolution taken for the March of .the * Confederate Army, the Auilrians decamped from -the ^Neighbourhood of Hanaalhe 5 th Inftant, and took the * Route to Walloft where the greateft Part of them are al-�* ready arrived: That Place isfituated on the Rhine below Mentz, withm a League of Biberick and four from Bin-*=gen.; The Englifli Troops begin their March thither 'this Day, and arc to be -follow \f To-morrow by the Ha-"noverians. ' We have yet received no^News.of Prince Charles of * -Lorrain's Army, having paHTcd the Rhine; all that we ' hear is, that the neceflary Dtfpofitions fur that Paffage are ' making with all poffible Diligence ; that the Hu0krs en- * deavour now and then to make Incurfions on the other Side of that River j that Prince Charles has raifed -ttvo * Batteries on the Banks of the River, one of zo Pieces of * Cannon, and the .other of 15, "by which he-obHrucls the ' Navigation thereof. * Baron Wafner, Minifter from the Queen of Hungary, �* who is lately arrived at Hanau from Vienna, has tho-� roughly informed the King of Great^Britain with her * Hungarian Majefty*s Difpofitions in: regard to therefto-� ring of Peace in Germany, and the Terms on which fhe * is willing to be reconciled with the' Houie of Bavaria : *-His Excellency has likewife acquainted the Eleclor of * Mentz with the fane. On this OccaGon Count Konigf--feldt, Vice-Chancellor of the Empire, was invited to re-' pair to Mentz, where thefe Proportions have been com-' municated to him byvthe Eleclor. This Count having, ' atJiis -Return hither, informed the Emperor thereof, fc- * veral Letters have paiTed on this Subject between,his Im- ^imlwHkewitvetoietit- jto Vienna from Hanau with 1 Difpatches of the utmoft Importance. In the mean time, � 'tis faid, vthefe Propcifals of the Queen of Hungary have * Ixen rejected in the Emperor's Council.' Letters from Duffeldorp of the 9th Inftant, N.S. fay, (hat Prince Charles of Lorrain's Army has parted the Rhine near Zabern; but this they only give as a Report that wants Confirmation. They write from Ratrlbon of the 5th Inftant, N.S. that the Garrifon of Ingolftadt has demanded � Capitulation, on thefsi Terms, .viz. To march-out with all the Artillery belonging to the Crown of France, a .great many cover'd Waggons, and fome other Honours.of War.; but-that General Berenclau would allow but a few-Pieces of Cannon, snd not fo much as one covered Waggon: They add, that they don't yet know whether the French have accepted thefe Conditions,. but that in the mean time battering Can* nen and Ammunition continually pais by Ratifbon going to the Camp before Ingolftadt. They alfo tell us, that the Garrifon .of Egra have at laft furrendered, and that they are to march out without any Arms, and be conduced as far as the Rhine. 'Letters*from'St8ckholm of the 30th of July, N.S. ad-vife, that the Senate are .very bufy in taking Meafures to prevent the D.iitOrbances which the evil-intentioned might raife in the Kingdom ; thatithey have not heard whether the Body of Troops fent to Dalecarlia are arrived on the Frontiers of that Province ; that it is thought they have haltedbyihe Way, upon Advice.that the Inhabitants of that Country we're fending. Deputies to the King, to affure bisMajefty of their perfect ObediencetO'his Orders, &c. - From Copenhagen we hear, that all Things remain in Readinefs for the Departure of the King's Fleet, and that Part of the Troops are actually on board of it, but the Sailing Orders are not yet iffued ; from whence they conjecture, there is fome Negotiation on the Tapis, the Iflue of which is jyake4..for, before they go upon any Enter-prize.;. . 'The 2d of Augiift, N.S, the^rencb Minifter received anExprefs from. Paris, whofe Difpatehes he immediately communicated to. the Danilh Minifter; they are faid to be very important, and that they relate to the Armaments making in Denmark. - We have Advice from Dantzick, that the Ruffian ;Regi-; nents affembled on the Duna; have had Notice not to pais that River, until they receive further Orders from Court, The Approach Of thefe Troops has made the Senate of Pof, land refolve to make an Augmentation of 12000 Men in *heXrown^i.rmy� .and tQ add. zo Men to every Company io the old Regiments : In the mean time Ruiowflcy's and SibiMky's Regiments of Dragoons have received Orders to join the Troops of the Crown already affembled on the Confines of Polifh Pruffia. Some Letters from Madrid fay, that the Queen of Spain is perfectly recovered from her late lllnefs, and appeared in publick the 21ft of July, N;S. but others only fay, that (he was on the men$ng Hand. They add, that the Departure of Don Carvajal dp Lancafter is fufpended, and that it is not yet decided whether he is to go to Genoa or Paris. Orders have been fent to the Marquis de la Mina to attempt without any further Delay, the PaiTage into Italy thro' Piedmont. Extraa of a Letter front Stockholm, July 20, N.S. ' Since the Conclufion of the Peace with the Court of ' Petetfburg, the French Embaflador here leaves no Stone ' unturned, in order, to prevail with this Court to march � a -Body of Troops, in French Pay, againft the Queen of ' Hungary.: To this End he employs all his Credit, and ' racks his Invention and Eloquence ; neither is he fparing ' of Memorials, wherein he reprefents, that Peace being ' reftored to the Kingdom, in fuch a Manner as leaves no  room to fear its being difturbed,nothHig can now excufe us ' if we do not fend to the Affiftance of France fome of thefe ' Troops which fhe has maintained thefe feveral Years pad, ' and which fhe now (lands (b much in Need of; and be- < fides, that the Conduct of Ruffia, who is preparing to fend  Forces to the Affiftance of the Court of Vienna, leaves no � room for Sweden to hefi'afe a Moment how ihe ought to ' behave towards France. However, all this Minifter's ' Efforts have hitherto proved fruitlefs ; the Court always � finds fome Reafon to put him off at every Memorial he  | having fome Words with his Wife, at their Lodgings in Peter-ftreet, Soho, drew his Sword and ftabf/d her in feveral Places, in fuch a manner that her Life is defpair'd of. The Fellow made off as foon as he had committed this raftt Action. Yefterday died, after a long Indifpofition, Mrs. Steward, Wife to Mr. Steward, a confiderable Silk-Meicer, at his Houfe behind St. Clement's Church, Temple Bar. From the London Gazette. Hanau, Aug. 7, N.S. We have Advice that Marihal Noailles has detached Count Saxe into Alfatia with 51 Battalions and 84 Squadrons ; and we likewife hear, that the Marfhal htmfelf is return'd with the reft of his Army to Spire. The Britifli, Hanoverian, and Heffian Troops will begin their March from hence on Saturday next, with as Intention to pafs the Rhine. Marfhal Neiperg, with the Auftrian Forces, xnarcb'd downwards on Monday laft fct the fame Purpofe. Franckfort, Aug. 5, N-S- We have this Diy received an Account, that a Detachment of 8000 Men of the Army commanded by Prince Charles of Lorrain, paffed the Rhine Yefterday, a few Leagues above Phrliplbourg. Stockholm, July 19, O.S. On Saturday Morning laft Lieutenant-General Bodenbroke was conveyed, under a ftrong Guard, from his Prifon to the Northern Gate, where he was beheaded on a Scaffold erected for that Parpofe ; his. Behaviour was very decent, and in all his Actions (hewed a great Calmnefs of Mind. Next Saturday remains fix�d for General Count Lewenhaupt's Execution, though he has de-fired a Reprieve for 14 Days. Admiralty-Office, Aug. 4. On the 19th of June, his Ma-jelly's Ship the HaiUngs, commanded by Lord Banff, ar-riyed at Virginia, in Company of a Ship from La Vera Cruz, which he met with, and feized, in his PafTage, off the Weftern Iflands.   She is reckoned to be a rich Prize. S A D L E R's-W ELLS. AT SADLER'S-WELLS, adjoining t* die Nevf-Rivir Head, this Day, will be performed The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting, by Moni". GUILIOME, Moaf. DAVID, and Signor FRANCISCQUE ; Rope-Dancing by the two Mils RAYNERS; Poftares, and feveral new Equilibres, by Mr. Rayner ; With /everal Entertainments of Dancing (both Serious and Comic) by Monf. Froment, Mr. Davenport, Mailer Matthews, Mr. Pelling, Mr.Olbeldifton, Mr. Miles, Mr. Rayner, Mr. Clagget, Mr.DeH-(alde, Mrs. Bullock, Mrs. La Font, MifeWright, Mrs. Phillips, Mift King, Mrs. Vallois, Mrs. Anfley, and Mi6 Rayner; With feveral new Songs by Mr. Hemfkirk and Mifs HILLI EJt� To which will bejided, {nerer perform'd before,) The  L   Y   O   N    R O U S'D 5 O R, Monsieur in the Mavne. Being an Exafi REPRESENTATION of the Late BATTLE it DETTINGEN ; wherein every Circumftance which attended thai Glorious Engagement will be truly exhibited- With a New Cantata, Set to Mufick by Mr. Davis, and Sung bf Mr. Hem&iik. The Whole to Conclude with V U L C A N's  N E T T S'j j O R, Harlequin a Captive in Spain : Tit PRIVATEER  BIT. Harlequin by Mr. Vaughan ; Colombine, Mrs. Phillips ; PrivateeTj Mr. tiemflcirk ; Sancho, Mr. Scol lough ; Vulcan, Monf. Fromont j Mars, Mr. Davenport; Venus, Madem. Sandoni; Cupid, Maftei Matthews ; Graces, Mifi Wright, Mi& King, and Mrs. Anfley. The Scenes, Cloaths, and Decorations, being New. To .begin every Evening at Five o*Clock. \* Monf. GUILIOME and Monf. DAVID will throw a Somer. fet through a Hogfhead, with feveral new Exercifes never perform'd before. G O O D M A N's-F I % L D S,- By a Company of Engliih Performers, AT the NEW WELLS the bottom of Lmon-ftrett3 Gvodman'i-FieUs, this Day, will be perform'd The USUAL  DIVERSIONS. With Rope-Dancing by Monf. J ANNO, Monf. Movire, and Mr. Heugh. Dancing by Mr. Carney, Madem. Perrault, the two Maften and Mid Granier, Mifs Story, Mr.Chettle, Mr. Hayes, and Mrs. Hough, And TUMBLING by Monf. JANNO, Monf. Movire, and Mr. Hough. Several New Songs by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunningham, and Mrs. Hillfl viz. A Mad Dialogue by Mr. Brett and Mr. Cunningham, With feveral NEW EQUILIBRES by the RUSSIA BOY, whe performs feveral entirenewBallances. To which will be added, feveral New Scenes in Grotefque Characters, call'4 HARLEQJUIN DABANNOj Or, The Inchanted Caftl& Harlequin by Mr. Hayes j Colombine, Mrs. Hough ; Pantaloon, Mr. Chettle; Scapin, Mr. Hough ; two Sailors, Mr. Roberts and Mr. James; two Soldiers, Mr. Smart and Mr. Long ; a Porter, Mr, Knott; the other Characters by the reft of the Performers. The Whole to Conclude with a COMIC DANCE in GROTES* QUE FIGURES, by Mr. Granier and Madem. Maviere, the tw* Mailers .and Mifs Gcuiier, and Mifs Short. Cloatbt, Scenes, and Mufick, being entirely New, B* Every One will be admitted for a Pint of Wine a-piece at ufual. To begin every Evening at Five o'Clock. *#* This Performance is quite different to what has been perform'^ this Seafon ; and every Week we fhali make a new Change in all the Songs, Dances, and other Performances. 5 Mwtifywm �f� wtom U�ltb *rt Hktni* for this Papr At Tw Shillings tacb.   

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