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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 19, 1743, London, Middlesex                                MB. 2 ; -t-v i j 'M'XXJpL&tfil'j August ft u v.. is* i. �    'LI    Hjfr ' . :!#.n<743-� *  , .-�    - E di^in^^R|:^|. Exeter-; *�j^H^it� for�ioh. Game' thePretty Pai%, Brcfcer~-r ton," for *6t. Kitts, and rn^ibu i fvjth ibe r Sljit^lbyty Mad of� \&#?*Tin4, Jig. 17.   PiuVd iyt *jir Qgeen. Aoae, Jfahnfon,, fr  v |-4LQ�r ciece^ed Orders to be.iea^o^oVtb^^^^>pfe;t I And Orders are reprated To r'ex^idng^^ that' are building fojr bis$4ajefly/s Service, xin: the publick and private Yards.,       ".' > *�'.;. yefterday Advice came';?that theJDutc^efe^To^^i, ftonj: �aik xo Mboft, ,1^ 'ta^h fome I)ays ^g�l>y ;a ^atiflr' iwwtoBr,-r^:ili;I A/ew Qays fnee, was pat on bofrd-avSHp/ a^Gbck jind �a&,pf ^t�e moKCoripnsWorlananfliip, d^fig^d''asva Pre-; /est tothe^Graiui^jgi^'th^to^ in1 London have.been eniployl^l Jn 5s*e;raaE|iig of -it:; 'the-. Dial Plate is1' feti with V Diambnds, and: thV Pilla/s foli4J JGold; .it' -plays, ieverit Tunes with furcating exaShefs, .' and is eileem'd by all who have feen it as one of the' moft i; jExqaifit�;Pieces of Artio-iti k^:; '.: 'l    . | ^ Vefterday'jh     AV^Am'Aii'ir�iJ&,wi ".efft-.i�o.?- Jber Gracith* foineEquipaee . Rehear fro his Hoiife his Age, Dr.. Thoma} Gibbii * whrTwas mwy^Veaw-an^e-' "i gunent Surgeon and^racljfio^ and ha4 ^^four Tifc^-^#^%A^tien^fe noon. :/' '?':'     '^r^'.tU'>lu.\.S�� " ^bulij.be unabii?. tp.feeWhether'theiT Wa^d is lighted n6t;.\ And if ffie"GentIetn,enpf-tyy. particular Ward �ha : already, either this ormy^aEmef^V,^ A nly Qiinded, we n.p^;^:^,%&prop^'7^^^}(b them for thefutury. ; - .�>�, v-"-"'(' " We heat Mrv Dove''agej, ^ujifbatf, ip)tend tb divert the Tdwn^d^ng'ue:.tf^tT^me olBartholomew-Fair "(at their JSreatiTheatricatiBbothi: the Corner of^Bbfieriirtme; Welt-Smitofield,) with z iwW'Dr^l^^Jd^hef'Glqfiouii O^jeen b� Hungary, [ox the Britilh droops "Triumphant j jwich Singing and Dancing:by Ac bfcft Maftera} and a Pantot-mime;�nh:i(miBment,: call'd, Sarlequfn Di^edl: or the- :SiteFB)ti. v:-;;W *" ' -.^ M-x' "'- ':;     s c b t l a n d. ;.-    JAir, Aug. 1. Upon W^hefday the ;Z7tK of July died the Rev. }Ar. John ^nrobcll^^Min^fter of che.^ofpel at G/a,10oun. f �yas-T� J$ui^ o�fibi^nt: and''diftingnUhed Woirt|>j his^ dnc^mxnoa ,Reafili'.'o3r> Underftandingi |and Strength tertaining the within Damage ^mmMm^W$^-       ^... is the 'pt^Wjm^m^Q^m cwe&wwie-* tliat was'iW'Brjremeinbe^ * -* Bow-Lane,* a';very ;fince died Mr. John ?oMWorthy,. MounaltedfeKlf ^ �mhieiff Mercl^t^he^^pi ter,    etfoajgitat Ndte-amon^ft-tfi#;:^M.- His Corpfe was aarl^h * Hearfe, attended by .13 Coaches, 'to theQ^e�^uryinejP4?ce, abd f the �tps.him out lale is a W^md&SJ^an^jaJ^^ �ffured,-ania axe ready^tf frove,: th^t ^lall ^ed^day Morning at o'clock; there was not'^bove one iLamp hi, three ligb^ thropgfootVCaftle-BavMrd.Wartl, ahd^ don't doubt ibflt �h&> same siigltt be^afd oiTmoftof ihe Wards in this City. At'-khak isri GtMance which!iiasi wen muchj^n^buWjof? jin�adjs^rt^ , jftgrity;bf IJffe,; mi^ftipBiaBL 0raament to hir Prbfeffion � and to ihie Country ia.which he VaMi  He was (t pure 'and uncorrupttd Teacher of Religion-.^ His publick and private Inftruafons carried COTvic^dn' ahdV Perfuafiqn alone with ^�^^^^^^4^^:^:^ difcernjng, 4 .aa.w^gsjo^e.Behe^.and ^ifica-tionof Dthers; naj even khey.s^o�wm.^ae*dffiby^g� Novelties ^y%ve^ilWg'iit�%dJtlia^ were Jed away- jnu^rvj tyetpreferved and^aobdnefs; and, J?^.5^PlP.nr|Ji?,.�Jr^n^ -Society- with: him.   He had a ftrift and laflbig Regard to the Obligations . i^iwlf. South Ha 1 4th.  Ditto Qjd Annuritier',ft:<-i 4th a w.uwl,� � ^.ui. ivrau vjq annuitiei'Trt-i 4th a 3 8ths, rDitto New 113 I hglfa 5 ^ip'Thrtfe^r Cent, nuiti'e, 102 4 4th a 1 half. Ditto;t74^; ipi �' 4th: a 1 half. Ditto! "1743 106 5 8tb/;' MiHiob.jWnk J19 Equivalent 111. kbyal AffuranceJ 81.' London) Aflurance 11-7 8ths. EngHfli,.Copper.-4 j. 10 s.;-1 Seven per Cent. Emperor's Lom/no PViee. Five ^er Certt. ditto 77 1 hilf. Bank 'OrBfi^m^ J..P�m. Indian Bonds ^Irt 6 sra 17 �. frein.   Three and a half. Salt. Tallies; 13-Prem.  Thne and ahalf"pkr-Cent.^ Exchequer5 Orders 5'Prein. Three per. Cent, ditto 1 half Difc. -1 'Jittery Ticketstt 1. 7s. a8 s: . .;' . �     .    ' r";^ "\/\^ g 0 o dm a'nvf'i e irb s._ AT the NiEW W; E LL S the hottom of The USUAL D:I VER 'IjQ N S. : ;li   MnhCijAWyQ/'MuttTrKfuvUe, and JUr. Hofl^ .Dancing.by -Mr.Carney, Madetn.Pcmuit, iKefwo'Maliers'aBd Miia Graaier, ,Mifc Story, Mr. Chettle, Mr. Hayes, and Mrs. Hooeh. AM TUMBLING by Monp}ANNO; ^^-JWdvife";      Afr^Hqngh. ^eveial New Songs by Mr. Brett, Mr. Caaniaghain, ant* Mrs. HIM viz., *A Mad DiaWue by Mr. 5rett"and Mi.- Cnnningham. . WithjevenJ'NE.^O^ILIBR the RUSSIA BOY, wh� ferfortts feveral entire Jmn Ballances.        .;. t        . To whi^hwUi bciddad, (evenl Ijcw Scuta in Grotesque Cha> HMLE^UI K  SKELETQ N; -j' -   ' '-      ' or, A Trick to catch the Old One; - With feveral-New ALTERATIONS and" ADDITIONS. Harieqoin Skeleton, .Mr. Hayes ; Monf. Gravicufi, Mr; Chettle j L s Blunder, Mr* Htnjghvf and,the Part of Ccfaobifie by M16Story, *' . "  Tbjs IWhole t^Ooachiderwith ^ - A Reprefentation of Water-tVorkst as in the Z^cgr's Gardens -.^j&%i*ici*-~~>-* -      ---- 'the Cloatbt. Scout, and Mufdt, being entirely New. ~J*9* Every One will-be admitted for a Pint of fPinea-piece eiyfual. To begin every Evening at Five orCloefc. %*,This; Performance is quite different to what has been per fiarm'd "thb Sea/on j'anri.r^ery Week we '/ball nuke' a new Change* in all the Songs, Dances, and other Performances.   , i    v  " Athe'^W^EJ^LS, near the London-  J[\. Sfcrn, CleduayicU, \iu� Evening, Will be perfiwro'd :;;,Xhe UiSju A h UhV'E JtSI Q    S. .; Wth-fMrerijl*neW'.jtn t' by Mr. Phillips. And.t; A iim-Gmi:EttKS,^ ^'i'^^^P^Siiel^./sir. fillips, Mr. Shawfordi-Mr. Coventry, Monf. Ke'ttnah, Mrs. LeBrune, Mrs. uMotT&,i>Mas^.Dtiiibht/;W Mad^:|5^nan.. JT-i ridlte�^t%ftaf^Sb^^ aflAMre. Jackfon, ��y�*S0^^^ s s. ''''.t%e'(��ic1eroiPHsiieqam by Mr. Phillips; Mifi'-Kitty, Mrs.PhiI-Jips j, Bou Mordecai, Mr. ShsWfbrd.. -: >>> ^ ' � "Ai& asvejeaft Rspre/eptation of the late Glorious Victory gain'd over the French by theEajgliih, at     '   � ?Fhe BATTtrE of JE>ETTt^G^JNT. JPiib ilittingef'tteythite HohaWdStaadarct^,^ Scott^reyt,-andBlminrut the Bridie, Dejtroythv and Drovtmn* msfi Fart #/ Both Armies are New Cloath'd.     ~. .'i 0 .:'Baaesi^a.      - . Pit land Gallery ;* s.,  Tbofe who.ch^uft Yfine, may hsare1ii-at TwoShillingi'"a Bottle; Qgnehl Poll: <6fficG^ Luiiiluiip'" P o s T - C '"BE  T k& NDQN A Augufti8, 1743. H   A   IS WEEN . and::D O F B R, N D, e'  s IQKDiOH and TUNBR 1DG E-WEILS-S -is to acquaint' t$\ Public* that the ftnitral Foft.Mafiers m the Road between Loadoxfanet Dover, end London and Tunbridge-Wells, are ready to furpifb Gentlemen or others ^, to go Part or all the rVaji for ont' or more Stages, for tbofe who do not chufe t* travel in the Night.. -  .j'. ; .- NlB. All Gentlemen that travel in Pqft-Chaifts of their {Mm upon tbe^,oads, where. Poft-Chaifes!are already fet ap. by the Authority of this Office,, mzf be ftfpplied With HolfesatthetevmlStageson thole Roads at the Rate of Nine Pencepe?Miler , . . "ta"-��* > 3y 'Command' of tbe Poft-Waiter-General, GEORGE SHEL.VOCKE, Secretary, TFT A Enrrt of -the Right^kevcrend father in /\ God,vDr. BENJAMIN HOADLY, Lord BUhdp^of fan-defter; Engraved by Mr.BARQN after a Pifture painted by Mr* HOQARTJi. ^.,-l.^.....-----.-I-*-�p.--r  To be had at the Golden Wad ia Leictfter-Fieldt, price 3 s. )$dver$\fimtit$if a^urqH t&tfbarttthninfer thisPapr V TwSbilliwmk Or- U \ � ��� n ': :*'�:* 2 5 aT 5   

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