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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 26, 1743, London, Middlesex NVMB. 27^8. F R I D A Y, AuouSiT ;/i743| Dealy Augujl 14. > '* fHtS Morning failed for the River 8 bis MajeffrY Ship Squirrel. Arrived Haliey and Settle, Howard, from Cheiter. Remain Shrewsbury Man of War, and Dept-ford's Prize. WindEaft. Grave/end* Augujl 24. Pafs'd by Ebenezer, Dedikam, from Norwayj theAnokite.Stacklin, from Stettin; and the Succds, Spacer, from Feterfburgb. Arrived at ftwral Ports. The Lovely Betty, Wane; and Greyhound, Wood, from London; and Anne, Vaughan, from Madeira, are arrived it Jamaica. The Mary, Weft, from London, at Madeira. The New-England Gaily, Wotton, from Bofton, is arrived at Yarmouth. LONDON. Letters arrived from Hunninguen advife, that the Governor of that Foxtrcb has confined thefather Procurator of the Premontre's of Eftival, becaufe he went without Leave to the Army of Prince Charles, and there took Safe-guards of his Highnefs for the Lands belonging to that Monastery in Lorrain and Alface. Letters from Vienna (ay, that the Grand Duke of Tuf-tany has fent a Packet to Prince Charles, containing fome Alterations to be made in the Plan of Operations of this Campaign, and that it was reported his Royal Highnefs would in all Probability take a Trip to the Army before the Winter. We hear from Chamberry, that feveral French Officers belonging to the Body of Troops aflembling at Fort Bar-reaux, are arrived in the Spanifh Camp at Montmelian ; buc whether out of Curiofity, or to fettle the Operations of the Campaign, theycan*t tell us. They write from Turin, that the Court does not difcover the leaft Upeafinefs about the Preparations of the Spaniards; that they look upon it as a Thing impracticable to penetrate into Piedmont, becaufe of the wife Meafares the King of Sardinia has taken to prevent it, and becaufe the Enemy have not Mules and Horfes enough totranfport the Provifionj and Forrage they will have Occafion for on the other Side of the Alps. We hear from Copenhagen, that the King of Denmark, has taken up above 100 Veflels to tranfport his Troops, but whither, they cannot yet inform us. They write from Rome of the 10th Inftant, N.S. that they have flint up St. Stephen's and St. Pancras*a Gates, for greater Safety againft the Plague, becaufe of the great Con-courfe of Strangers to that City j and thata few Daysic-fore thcPope^rent to the Church dedicated to St. Peter ad Vinculum* and there celebrated a low Mafi at the Altar of St. Sebaftian, Prote&or of Rome againft the Plague; but left be fltould have no great Crowd about him, his Holinefs granted three Days of Indulgence to all that heard Mafe at that Altar, in order to quicken their Devotion. Letter from BHflol, Augujl 23. ' This Evening arrived the Prince William, Capt. Eaton, from Jamaica, who came out the 30th of June, a fingle Ship, and in the Windward Paflage took a French Ship of *6Guns and 40 Men,. who faid he came from-< Lugan, but believing otherwise, and meeting with the Rippon Man of War, Capt. Renton, delivered her to him.-N.B. Capt. Eaton, had no Letter of Marque. ' The faid Captain informs us, that a Ship from Scotland of 16 Guns, Fothergal, Mailer, was taken off Port-Morant by a Spanifh Privateer Schooner. ' That twenty Sail of Ships were at Blew-helds, but could not get out, altho' they had been five, fix and feven Weeks endeavouring at it. * That on the 20th of June, the Lyon Man of War and one Fireflup, fail'd from Jamaica with 5 3 Sail of Ships, whereof about 40 for England, and the Remainder to North-America; this Captain did not fee any of them, but met with a Man of War, who told him that it was believed they were gone to Cumberland-Harbour, . ' And that the Oxford Man of \y$r arrived at Jamaica,.; from St. Jago de Cuba, with 94 Engliih Prifoners on board, and that he left 47 more behind, whom the Governor would not releafe ; flic came from thence the.^th of Jane. Yefterday came Advice, that his MajcftyV Ship: the Captain, Commanded by Captain Bing, fell in with a very lichSbipintheBay df.Biicay, from Vera Cruz to Cadiz, which (he took widibut any Refiftancc, and has brought her into Portfinouth.; TheRight Hon. the Lords of the Admiralty have put hi* MajeftyV Ship the Boyne into Coromiffion, and given Che Command to Capt. Dukes, an experienced Commander. Yefterday Morning Mr. Price, a wealthy Malfter at* Win-defter, was married at Camberwell in Surrey, to Mifs Polly podwcl), Daughter of Capt. Dodwell of Rotbeihitbr � Cummander in the Weft-India Trade, a celebrated Beauty with a Fortune of 60001. On Tuefday laft the Lady of the Right Hon- the Lord Lymington, was brought to-bed of a Daughter, at his Lord/hip's Houfe in George-ftreet, Hanover-fquare. Laft Week died at Selves in,HunUngdonmire^ Mr. Farnham, one of the tnoft coniiderable Starch-makers in England, who had acquired a large Fortttoe by his Bufinefs; Yefterday at half an Hour after Twelve, James Day and: Anne Hazzard for Murder, Richard Keble for returning from Tranfportation, Thomas Collins and James Hunt for Sodomy, and John Harris for Horfeftealing, -were carried from the New Goal in Southwark, and executed at Ken-ningtoo Gallows. Day was carried to the Place of Execution in a Mourning Coach, and the five others in one Cartj The Rev. Mr. Wilfon, Lefturer of St. John in Southwark; attended them at the Place of Execution, and prky'd with them fome confiderable Time. They all behav'd very penitent, and Day and the Woman deliver'd two Papers ieal'd op to the Rev. Mr. Wilfon. The Surgeons bad the Bodies of Harris and Hunt, and the others were taken Care of by their Friends. The Body of Day was carried from the Gallows in a Hearfe and Four, and was laft Night interr-d in Paddington Church-yard. Yefterday Charles Maningham was feized at Keningfon* Gallows, as he was ftanding to fee the Criminals foffer, and carried diredly before William Hammond, Efq; in the Borough, where he was chsrg'd with breaking open the Houfe of William Hendry, and ftealing four Gold Rings, and other Things of Value, the Property of Elizabeth Knolding, Widow, he was committed to the New Goal in Southwark. Laft Monday two Sharpers went into the Houfe of Mr. Follett, the Red Lyon in the Park, Southwark, and iWe two Silver Spoons, and a Silver Punch Ladle, but before they got off, the Things were taken in their Pockets, and being carried before Juftice Hammond, were committed to the New Goal, Southwark. We hear that one of them is a Grocer in Drury-Lane, and fince his Commitment has been charg'd at the Suit of the Crown with a Debt of 17001, for being concern'd in Smuggling. Yefterday about 12 o'clock as a Carter was driving his Cart thro' Little Moorfields, he fell down, and the Wheel ran over him, and crufh'd him in fuch a manner, that it is believed he cannot recover; tho' ail imaginable Care is taken of him at St. Bartholomew's Hofpital. Yefterday Morning Mrs. Perry's Houfe in Caftle-ftreet, near Long-Acre, was broke open and robb'd of a great Quantity of fine Cloaths, Linnen, and other Things of Value. Yefterday Morning a Landau, with three Ladies coming from Richmond, was attacked on Putney Common and robb'd of their Money and Rings, by, two Highwaymen well mounted, who behaved well, and got off undifcoyer'd. Laft Thurfday Charles Smith and Mary hiV Wife were committed to Maidftone Gaol, charged on the Oath of Charles Gallagher with taking out of his Pocket 31." one Leather Pttrfe, and one. Woollen Cap his Property. �< �� 11 �< << (C �c ft �� M << 41 " We are inform'd, that a Woman died at Louth in-Lincolnfhire on the 13th Inft. who was that Day open'd and a Child found in her Body, which had continued there about thirteen Years, "together with ten Gallons of Water; and that the faint Woman had been delivered of three Children, at Utfee different Births, after fhe conceived of the aforefaid Child. Mr. John Maifhal of Louth aforeiaid differed her, and can demonffrate the Truth hereof; and will readily communicate the Circumstances relating to this uncommon Cafe, to any Phy-fician, Surgeon, or Practitioner in Midwifry, who wall come, or fend a Letter (Poft paid) for that Purpofe unto him, the faid John Marfhal." High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 46 Minutes after 3. Bank Stock 147 1 half a 147. India Ditto 186 1 half a 185. South Sea Stock no Price. Ditto OJd Annuities 115 1 half a 1 4th. Ditto New 113 5 8ths a 1 4th. Three per Cent. Annuities 102 1 half a 1 4th. Ditto 1742, 1021 half a 1 4th. Ditto 1743, 100 1 half a 1 8th. Million Bank 119. Equivalent m. Royal Afturance 81. LondonAffurance 11 7 8ths. Enghfh Copper 4 I. 10 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent ditto no Price.x Bank Circulation 61..-Prem: India Bonds 4 1. 14 s. Prem. Threejand 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 11 1. 5 s. At the Original Orange Shrub Vault, CHARLES OGLE, under the Lemon-Tree ntCovent-Garden Market, now on Salt at 7s. 6d. per Galloni and fept to any Fart oftbe%avtntfree from Charges to , the Buyer i ' ALarge and Curiousf Parcel of BRANDY ind RUM ORANGE SHRUB, made this Seafon, of the true and fineft Seville Oranges, when in .their belt Perfection, and which for Flavour and Tafte far exceed any P.uach made with Lemon*....... Note, Thofe who buy five Gallon! or more, for Difpatch of Sale, ti&dl be abated 6 d. per Gallon. SAD L E R's-W E L L S.- AT SADLER'S-WELLS, adjoining co (htNeto.Rivtr^Etad, this Day, will be perfbrm'd , \ The USUAL D I VEkSlQNS. With Variety of Tumbling and Vaiiiting� AfonfiGUltlOME. MonH DAVID, asd Signor FRAKCISCQUE j Rope-Dancing by the two' Mifs RaYNERSj Poftures, and feveral new EquUibres, by Mr< Ray her1 With feveral 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. Deli-falde, Mrj.BuUocfc, MrcLaFonr, Mi6Wright' Mrs. Phillips, Mil* King, Mrs. Valfcis, Mrs. AnKley,' and Mii& Rafnet; . .' With feveral new Songs by Mr/Hemlkirk and^MiftHILLlEft. : To which will be added, The..X-,Y O -N- -..JR. O ..XI. SID i OR, ; Monsieur in.the Mayne. ? Being in Exaft REPRESENTATION bf the Late BATTLE at DETTINGEN j wherein every Circumftance which attended that Glorious Engagement will be truly, exhibited. ' With a New Cantata, Set to Mufick by Mr. Davis, and Suoj bf Mr. Hem/kixk. The Whole to Conclude with" " V U L C A N's N E T Tii Ok, ;? i "1 Harlequin a Captive in Spain : . The P R I V A TE E R B I T. Harlequin by Mr. Vaughan j Colombine, Mrs. Phillips ; Privates* Mr. Hemlkirk j Sancho, Mr.Scpllsugh; Vulcan, Monf. Frpmont; Mars, Mr. Davenport; Venus, Madem. Sandoni-j Cupid, Maftet Matthews ; Graces, Mifs Wright, Mi6 King, and Mrs. Anfley. The Scenes, Cloaths, and Decorations, being New. % Monf. GUILIOME and Monf. DAVID will throw a Somer-fet through a Hsg&ead/ with feveral new Ixerciie* never pcrfora'4 before, G O O D M A N's-F I E L D.�. AT the NEW WELLS the bottom.of Lntti-fireet. Goedman't-Fitldi, this Day, will be perform^ The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Rope-Dancing by Monf. JANNO, Monf. Movire, and Mr. Hough. Dancing by Mr. Carney, Madem. Perrault, the two Matters aad M14 Granier, Mils Story, Mr. Chettle, Mr. Hayes, and Mrs. Hough. And TUMBLING by Monf. JANNO, Mm/. Movire, and Mr. Honeh. Several New Songs by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunniagham, and Mrs. WM viz. A Mad Dialogue by Mr. Brett and Mr. Cunningham. With feveral NEW EQJJILIBRES by the RUSSIA boy, wt� performs feveral entire new Ballances. To which will be added, feveral New Scenes in Grotefque Characters, call'd The ARABIAN COURTEZAN. In which (by Defire) will b� fatrodue'df 1 H A R L E CLU INS T A T US, With feveral New ALTERATIONS and ADDITIONS. Harlequin Statue, Mr. Hayes j Dtn Burlardo, Afr.ChettIe?j Ball-Balf, Mr. Hough}' and the Charaarr of Coloi|Aineffi��^teaan Jbf MifiStory, The Whole to Co�clode with A TYrrirfrntatinn nf iTiTfrr ffVifi, 111 liilln 't\I'LI'ullili 111 llVenice. ThtCloatlt, Scmt, and Mufick, bang entirely Nt*a. \* Every On* %eiiirbt admitted fir a PirU 0/fFine a-fieCf atljuat, Td oegin every Evening at Five o'Cloek. %� This Performance U'quite different to vjhat has been perform'4 this Seafon; and every Week we mall make a new Change in �11 the Sjngs, Dances, and other Performances. ' r :. ____ By. a Company of Englijh, French and Germans,-- At PHILLIPS'S NEW WELLS, Near the London Spaw, Clertonwell, THIS Evenings and during.theSunimer-Seafbn, will be performed feveral ne.w EtercifiarbF Rope-Dancing, Tumbling, Vaulting, "Eqailibres, Ladder-TJancing, and Ballancihgj by. � L E, On Friday next, at ixo'CIockat Noon, At LLOYD'S Coffee-houfe.in Lembard-jlrief,---- AN entire Parcel of Greenland Oyl in Lots, about two Tons in a Lot, lately imported in the Pro-vidente, Capt. Alexander Cay, from Greenland." - To be viewed daily from Monday next to the Time of Sale, at A9 Great Wet Dock. ; " " - " \ - *T; \ O .. Catalogues to be had at' the Place "of Sale.- Atvefttfimints if* md�*U Length *re taken in-fir thisPaper �t Tm Shillings each.
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