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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 9, 1743, London, Middlesex T -V E'Sc A Y, &u!Gust . 1743* Deal, jttigufty. JAIL'D Yeflerday Afternoon the Ships fbrMahene ; and thisMorn-fttg tie India Ships failed for the Rtveh Came down the N�4Tiw, Wilfon, forGtitnea, and remain in the frowns with his-Majefly's Ships ' Dorfetfcife, Shrewfbury, Leverpool, Granada Bomb, and IDsptford's Prize- Arrived the Stubbington, Mauger; and the Wefbworland, Shanks, from Leghorn. Gravefend, Auguft 7. Paf s'd by the Richard and Tho-inas, Spelling, frdm Portmabone i Peter and Ann, Houl-ion, and Lawrence, ^Beckman, from Norway ; Mary, Hammond, from Riga ; Matthew atid Thomas, Strome, Yrom Narva j Succefs, Norwood, from Rotterdam ; St. dement, Daucott, from Oflend. Arrived at frueraPPortt. The FriendVfJoodwtll, Glegg, frott London, is arrived tt South Carolirla. The Mamhead, Chapel, from Leghorn, at Naples. The Charming Kitty, Quinland, from Limerick j and Martha, Cooper, from Southampton, at Leghorn. The Sarah, Story, from London, at Gibraltar. The Molly, Tape, from Barbadoes, at Cork. The Carolina-Pudcec, Atkinfon, from South Carolina, at'flull. The Newberry, Burn, from Antigua, at Dublin. The Lucca, Smith, from Jamaica, at Briflol. The Succefs, Phillips, from South Carolina* at Portf-tnjfui. LONDON. Yeflerday arrived the Mail from Holland... Letter from Conjiantinvple^ *jfune 5, N.S. The Advices we receive from the Frontiers of Perfia, "� flill make us apprehenfive that Schach Nadir's Defign is ' to attack this Empire on the Side of Babylon. The Porte � negleQs nothing, in order to put herfelf in a Condition to � give him a proper Reception. She has fent Orders to ' Ali Bafhaw, Serafkier, of Romalia, the lame who com- * manded at the Battle of Krotfka againft the late Empe- * Tor's Forces, and is now Governor of Diarbekir, to affem-� ble with all poffible Diligence a Body of Troop?, that he * may be in Readinefs to fuccour either the Balnaw of Ba-f hylonor that of Erzerum, according tpthe Motions made: * by the Perfians; In the prefent Conjuncture, the Porte * has judged U neceflary to fend two" Ships to Trebifonde, � with a Supply of Corn for th the tawer Alface. is come back toiyardf Spire, where his Excellency; has fixed his Head-Quarters j he jhas alfo detached a cdnfi-derable Body of Troops towards Worrast The approaching .March of the Army of the Allies is faid to*have occafioned thefe Motioris. The "Count de Saxe's Army receives Reinforcements every Day froovthe interior Provinces of France. Prince Charles of Lor rain's Army is ftill on the other Side of the Rhine, continually marching and counter-marching, fometimes towards Philipfborgh, sfhd^fhen towards Orlgau and Brifgau ; his Serene Highnefs has lately been reinforced by a Body of 4000 Croats, thit were employed nt the Blockade iSf^aubingen. ' They write from Francfort of the 1 ith Inflant, N.S. that the Britifh, Hanoverian, and Heffian Troops began their March the Day before, and went to encamp nearRo-delheim, a League below that City; bis Majefty took up his Quarters in 'the Caftle of Rodelheitn. The Troops baited the nth, btft were to refume their*'March the next Day towards Mente. They tell us, that his Majefty will (lay in the Field.'till the latter End of September, and that the Ruffian, Aaftrian, and Saxon Minifteis will conftantly attend him all the while. They add, that by pertain Dif-pofitions making at Francfort, they judge that the Imperial Coart will refidc there all.the Winter. From Vienna we hear/ that the Queen has fent a new Refcript to all her Minifrfers at Foreign Courts, wherein (he declares, ' That a Reconciliation betweeen her and the ' Electoral Houfe of Bavaria is a Thing which (he will * never decline, whenever it is treated of on the Footing ' of the Declarations (he made in more thorny Conjunc-' tures; that it is riot impofjible to adjuft the Differences, ' and fettle Things on a folid Foundationbut. that in or-' der to attain to this with Safety, it isneceflkry that the ' Eltftor of Bavaria come into certain Meafures that may * convince the World of his firm Refolution to break off his ' Engagements with the Houfe of Bourbon, &c.' The Queen has fent to Baron Wafner, who is actually in the King of Great-Britain's Camp, the neceffary Inftru&ions for explaining tht Nature of the Meafures the Emperor ought to come into. Some Advices from Paris fay, that the French EafUIodia Company have engaged to furnifh the King with 400 Pieces of CannOn at their own Charge. ExtraS of a Letter from Brijiol, Aug. 6. ' We have it current here, that when his Majefty was ' at Dinner with Prince Charles of Lorrain at Hanau, he ' was pleafed to fignffy, That he would never lay down his .-� Arms, 'till theSubjeiSls of the aggriev'd Powers at War < were indemnified in their Immunities ; and Peace fettled ),"'tKSt.'the Refinerslaf^Salt intend next Seffions of Parliament to haye the Duty as formerly laid on Rock-Salt to Irelabdi ; ;, ' Wednefday laft the Dublin Yatch arrived here from Park* gate, with the Right Hon. the Earl of Meath, his Lady, and other Perfons of Diftinftion. ' The fame Evening one Murray and his Wife having high Words as they were at Supper^ he ftruck her with the Haft of a Knife, on which (he ftab'd him with a Penknife in the Belly; and on his telling her that (he had kill'dhim, (he defir'd him to go along with her to a Surgeon to he drefs'd, but as foon as (he got into the Street (he made her Efcape. Wednefday laft General Nevil's Regiment of Horfe was reviewed at the Park, and went through their Exercife to ' the great Satisfaction of all the Speftators, efpecially fome Ladies of Drflinftion, who were prefent all the Time of their Performance; at whofe Requeft the Regiment was or-der'd out, and defir'd to appear in their Regimentals entire. ' Yeflerday one Mrs. Daniel of Back-Lane rod* out to take the Air, and as (he was going through Golden-Lane, (he (aid (as (he termed it) that her Heart was breaking, upon which (he was taken off, and in lefs than a Minute expir'd. Bank Stock 147.34t.hs a t half. India Ditto 189 1 4th. South Sea Stock 112 3 4ths. Ditto Old Annuities 115 1 4th a 3 8ths. Ditto New 113 5 8ths a 3 4th*. Three per Cent. Annuities 103 1 4th. Ditto 1742, 103 1 4th.� Ditto 1743, 101 a 1 8th. Million Bank 119. Equivalent 111. Royal Alfurance 80 1 half. London AiTurance 11 78ths. Englifh Copper 41. 10 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 117. Five per Cent, ditto 77 1 4th. Bank Circulation 51. 17 s. 6 d. Pr. India Bonds"" 4I. 17 s. Prem. Threeand a half Salt Tallies 3 Prem. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 1 half Difc. Lottery Tickets 111. 4s. L 5" S TV On Sunday Evening lajl in Grofvinor-Soiiare� Large Oval Dark-blue Onyx .Seal ie't in ___,, Cold, a�4 engrav'd with the Head of aa Old Mas, the Ea� graVing very deep. ' Whofoever bring! it to Mr. Crefwell's Tpjrfljpp. in NewBofid*., ftreet,* fliall receive Two Guineat Reward of him ; if pawn'd or A)14 your Money again. -2 jMvirtifmyiH if 1 vndtrttt Lmffh m tikt* infv tbisPapr, �t Tint ShUUny tacb. 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