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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 2, 1743, London, Middlesex                                "Numb. 2765,. F BL^^^-S^ 2, '1743. Deal, Augufl 31. EMAIN in the Downs his Maje-, IlyYShijj the Shrew/bury. Wind S.W.  Gravifend, Jug. 31.   Pafs'd .by the Yeoffrow Sarah, Lamus, from Amsterdam. The Porrfinouth, Blackadore, from Bafton, is arrived at Carolina. The Pelham, Tomlinfon, from Gibraltar, at Lifton. L O N D O N. Notwithftanding the late Accounts, that the Spaniards were able to carry all before them, againft Count Traon, we are affur'd, that they are in a very bad Condition; great Numbers having died, and many more deferted; the Soldiers taking every Opportunity to get rid of a Service, where there is nothing to be. expected bat Blows, Poverty, and Diftrefe j which they are in greater 'Apprehenfions of, fmce the late Behaviour of Admiral Matthews at Genoa. Private Letters from our Army inform us, that the Men who have been fick from eating too much Fruit, and other Caufes, recover every Day, the ntmoft Care being taken of them nor is it to be wonder'd at, when (as we are af-fured) his Majefty had himfelf been gracioufly pleas'd to make the ftrifteft Enquiry into the Management of the Hofpitals for the Sick, and the Behaviour of thofe who have the Direction of them. From different Parts of England we hear, that the Officers who are Recruiting, meet with very great Succefs, Numbers enliiting with the greateft Chearfulnefs every Day. By Letters from Ireland we have Advice, that the Board of Ordnance there, have, in purfuance of an Order received from hence, given Dire&ions for repairing all the Fortifications in that Kingdom immediately, particularly thofe on the Coaft... We hear, that her Royal Highnefs the Princefs Louifa will embark for Holland the latter End of next Week, purfuant to his Majefty's Directions, lately received. On Wednefday laft the Right Hon. Hie Lord Doneraik arrived in Town from Ireland, with a very.handfome Retinue. The Farmer's Adventure, Penny, from South Carolina for Portugal, was lately taken off Cape Finifterre; by a Spanifh . Privateer ; but was afterwards re-taken by the Wolf Sloop of War. . ' His Majefty's Ship the Medway, Capt. Cockbnrne, with ten Sail of Merchant Ships under her Convoy, feil'd from Lifbon for England the-i zth qf~Attga&,~ii^S^.^^.f^C*- It is faid that Mr/Serglffon, will fpeedily declare himfelf a Candidate for the Borough of Lewes in Suffex, in the . roomof the Hon. Thomas Pejham, Efq; deceafed. Oh Tuefday the 23d of Auguft, at the Races on the OkU Field, near Ludlow in Shrppfhire, fix Horfes ftarted. for" the 50 i. Purfe, viz. Mr.Webfter's Chefnot Hark, Benny Batchelor ; Mr. Cole's Chefnut Horfe, Dwarf] Sir Wat-kin Williams Wynne's Bay Gelding,. Sbapelefe ; Sir Henry Harpur's Bay Hoife, Snip, and Lord Weymouth's Grey Mare, Bonny Kate in the Weft,. which., was won by Sir Watkin Williams Wynne's,Bay Gelding Shapelefs, with great Eafe. And on Wednefday the 24th, the--Hunter's Purfe of - 50 Guineas was^won-' by Mr. Brace's Grey Gelding, ��Stump. Wednefday his Grace theDuke of Grafton appointed Mr. ^WilliamJDick to beMeflenger in Ordinary to his Majefty, in the room of Mr. Du Cummin, deceased. On Tuefday laft died^ at his Seat at Drayton in Middle-fex, the Right Hon. Henry Paget, Earl of TJxbridge, Baron Paget of Baudefert, Baton of Barton'^ one of the Lords of the Privy Council and Recorder 'of the City ofLHch-' field: He -is fucceeded in Honour and Eftate by his only Son, Thomas Catefby, by hisfirft Lady; Mary, Daughter and Coheir to Thomas Catefby, ujf Wbiftonin the County cf Northampton, Efq;: On jrhurJday laft.diedJnChildbed,, very much -Ia'rnen-ted by all that knew?Jher, MrsJ Ma^arettajFrankTand, Wife of the Rev. Mr. John Frankland, Rector iof ?prnar- - den in Suffex. :     ' -    {'�'�''On Sunday laft died at Bory in Suffolk, Mr. Sturgeon, ; fen. an eminent Surgeon of that Place. ; On W^M^yNight 4ied^ at hk .Honfe in Wardour- - ftre^rj SobOj aftcra fbort IUnefs, Mr; La Font, a *onfide-o nrWe Wine Merchant and a Perfoaefteem'd by all his Acquaintance. '..  r";        . To-morrow tbe Cprpfe of Mrs: Rdwards, who died a . fewDaysago, at her Hoofe in St, James's-ftteet, is to be, ' carried our of Town, in order to its being interr'd in the Burial Place ofthe Family, inLeicefterfhire. Laft Night dkd, ;at hi* Hoofe at Camberwell, after a ,'" ftort iilneft,' Mr. Shaw, an eminent and. wealthy Hop-' Planter and Factor, reputed worth 12,0001. ^ Veltefday-M�t^ngiaba�i five o'clock, as-a Dxay belonging to Alderman.Calvert, was paffing thro* Cheapfide, . one of the Men belonging to it fell down, and the Wheel ran over him, and-bruis'd him in a mpft terrible ma'nn'er; he was immediately carried to St Bartholomew** Hofpital, where all irnagiha&Te Care is taken of him, but 'tis doubted whether he will recover. This Day will bjr held a General Seffions at Hicks's Hall (purfuant to'Adjournment) in order for the Difcbarge of the Debtors but of the fevdral Gaols in the County of Mid-dlefex, according to the late Act of Parliament. By Defire, at, Ruckholt-Houfe, near Low-Layton, in-EfTex, on Monday, next, will be perform'd ..* Serenata, call'd SOLOMON, fet to Mufick by. Mr. Boyce, Cora-pofer to his Majefty. To which will be added, a Concerto on the German Flute,  by* Mr. Burk Thumoth. Books of the Entertainment will be given Gratis, at the Place of Performance. Tickets at Two Shillings each 5 which entitles each Perfon to a Breakfaft, as ufual. I R  E  L A N  D. Dublin, Aug.ry Great Preparations are making for the Reception of his Grace the Duke of Devonfhire, Lord Lieutenant of this Kingdom, Who is expected here in afjew Days.            * p." On Saturday laft, by Order of the Lord Mayor, the Twelve-penny Houfhold Loaf was to weigh Twenty Pounds Nine Ounces. .    . Diligent Search is making after the Remainder of the Kellymount Gang of Villains, fome Discoveries relating to them having been made by the two Brothers who were executed a few Days ago. VERSES addrefd to Mr. SHERI D AN, on bit late Affair in the Theatre. I. ENVY will Merit ftill purfce,-As Shade fucceeds to Light; And tho' a Shade obfeures the View, It proves the Subftance right. II. If Worth appears and gets its Due, (But Oh how rare that Gain !) The Satyrs and the Mimic Crew Shall grin behind the Scene. , III. Tho! you be prais'd by Half the Globe, And charm its Factions dumb j Yet Spite fhall foil your neweft Robe, And CATO dread TOM THUMB. IV. Some Artifice fhall find a Way, Some fecret Whifper dwell;    " But to defeat fuch Arts, you fay The Maxim is.-� � Do Well. S A D-L-E R's-W E L L Sr AT SADLER'S-W.ELLS, adjoining t% the New-River Head, this Day, will be perform'd The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting, by Monf.GUlLIQMfi, Monf. DAVID, aad Signor FRANCISCQUE j Rope-Dancing by the two Mife RAYNERS; Poftures, and -ftveral new Equilibre9, by Mr. Rayner ; �With Lnul EHttiiaLimeiiu uf P^jiciu^1 (iiuth Cwieua and CaBMef V. Allow it poor or pretty ; ^The Owls one Day (if Fame fays true} Coropos'd a fagc Committee : VI. 'Twas there refol^d in cool Debate, Each offering his true Seme, That Phoebus, Source of Light and Heat F Was nothing but a Nufance. VII. To whom the glorious Lamp of Day In mildeft Radiance fpoke; " Shall/withdraw my geniaj Ray � Becaufe your Vigil's broke ?  ,. ,. . � ' VIII. � ShaU Nature's Frame and Nature's Laws By me be unattended, Becaufe .(forfooth .') a noble Caufe ! An Owl or two's offended ? � ��' ;\v-r �  jx. �" v O Sons of Gloom 1 yet brighter Senfe, ',;[, More' confeionably fpeak, WhyJhou'd my Beams be lefs intenfe Becaufe your Eyes are weak i �  X. The Fault is yours, (if Faults you fee) Theipunifhing be mine,    . Andirty oompleat Revenge fliall bej    I iiiil; will Rife and Shine, f Bank Stock 147 3 8thsa ihalf a 3 8ths.v- India Ditto 185 1 .half. 'South-Sea Stock in. Ditto Old Annuities' 115 a 1 8th. Ditto New it3 3 8ths. a 1 4th.. Three per Cent. Annuities 102a 1 8th. Ditto 1742,102 a 1 8tb. Ditto 1743, 100. Million Bank xig.. Equivalent 111. Royal Affurance 80. London AfJ^rance 11 3 4ths. Englifh Copper 41. 10 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price... Bank Circulation 61. 2 s, 6 d. India Bonds 4 f. i 2 s. a 14 s;' Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies^ Prem. -Three" and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Prem. Three per Cent. Ditto 1 Difc.  Lottery Tickets       5 s. 6d. by Monf.Froment, Mr. Davenport, Mafter Matthews, Mr. Pelling, Mr.Olbeldiftorj, Mr. Miles, Mr. Rayner, Clagget, Mr. Deli-felde, Mrs.BuUoclt, Mrs. La Font, Mi6Wright>Mrs. Phillips, Mif� King,. Mn. Vallois, Mrs. Anfley, and Mifi Rayner $ With feveral new Songs by Mr. Hemfkirfc and Mifi HILLIER. To which will be added, The  L   Y   O   N   R O U S'D; O R, Monsieur in the Mayne. 5�%nT EX3ft REPRES�NTATION of the Late BATTLE tt DETTINGEN j wherein every Circumftanee which attended that Glorious Engagement will be truly exhibited. With, a New Cantata, Set to Mufick by Mr. Davis, and Sune b� Mr. Hemfkirk. . * The Whole to Condnae with' V U L C A N's  NET T Si OR, -1 Harlequin a Captive in Spain : OR, The PRIVATEER  BIT. Harlequin by Mr. Vaughan ; Colombine, Mrs. Phillips ; Privateer Mr. Hemikirk ; Sancho, Mr. Scollough ; Vulcan, Monf. Fromontj Mars, Mr. Davenport; Venus, Madem. Sandoni; Cupid, Maftet Matthews ; Graces, MifsWright, Mifs King, and Mrs. Anfley. The Scenes, Cioaths, and Decorations, being New. To begin every Evening at Five o'Clock, #* Monf. GUILIOME and Monf. david will throw a Some'r-fer through a Hogfhead, with feveral new Exercifes never perform'd before. G O O D M A N'S-F I E L D S. AT the NEW WELLS the bottom of Lemon.flrcct, Goodman'i-Fitldt, this Day, will be perform'd The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Rope-Dancing by Mcnf. JANNO, Monf. Meuvire, and Mr. Hough. Dancing by Mr. Carney, Madem. Perrault, the two Matters and Mils Graaier, MifiStwy, 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. HLU, viz. A Mad Dialogue by Mr. Brett and Mr. Cunningham. With feveral NEW EQUlLIBRES by the RUSSIA BOY, wh� performs feveral entire new BalJances. And the Surprifing Performances of the Famoui BATH  MORRIS-DANCERS. To which will be added, feveral Scenes in Grotefque Characters, ' (never perform'd before) caU'd The S A I L O R's PROGRESS. O R, - -^eHfi&nwwrj -^Wapping^tf�^,.StepTiey., The Part of Harlequin, by Mr. Haye� ; Colombine, Mifi Story ; 'Squire Noodle, Mr. Chettle ; Lolpooj), Mr. Hough j Sailon, Mr. Cunningham, Mr. Carney, and Monf.Granier ; STEPNEY LANDLADY, by Mts. hill ; Mifs Brazen, Mifs Jones; Mifs Loveit, Mi& Smith ; Mifs DawdlCj, Mifs Evans. The Whole to Conclude with a Diverting Dance, call'd ft HUMOURS of the TIMES. TbtCUatbt, Scenes, and Mufick, being entirely new. 0* Every One toill be admitted for a Pint of 'JVtne a~piece as ufual. To begin every Evening at Five o'Clock. By a Company of Englifh, French and Germans,- At PHILUPS's NEW WELLS, Near the London Spaw,  Clerkenwell, THIS Evening, and during theSummer-Seafon, will be perform'd feveral new Exercifes of Rope-Dancing, Tumbling, Vaulting, Equilibre?, Ladder-Dancing, and Ballancing, by Madem. KERMAN, |   Monf. GERMAN, and SAMPSON ROGATZI,      }   Monf. DOMINIQUE. With a new Grand Dance, call'd Apollo and Dapbnt, by Mr. Phil* lips, Mrs. Lebrune, Mr. Shawford, Mrs. Morris, and others. Singing by Mrs. Phillips, |and Mrs. Jackfon. The extraordinary Performance of HER VON EECKENBERG, who imitates the Lark, Thrufli, Blackbird, Goldfinch, Canary-bird, Flagelet and German Flute. The Black Joke by Mr. Phillips and Mrs. Lebrune. And Monf. DOMINIQUE jumps over 20 Mens Head*. To which (by particular Defire) will be added, The H A R LOT'S PROGR ESS. The CharaQer of Harlequin by Mr.Philh'ps j Mifi Kitty, Mra.Phil-h'ps j Beau Mordecai, Mr. Shawford. ALSO, An ExaB Reprefentation of the late Glorious Battle and Viftory gant'd over the French by the Englilh, at the Battle of Dettingen, v>itb tbe Taking of the White Houihold Standard by the Scots Greys, and Blowing up the Bridge, Deftrojing and Drowning saoft Part of tbt French Army. #*# Every one will be admitted for a Pint of Wine as ufial. To begin every Evening at Five o'Clock. For  a  DIVIDEND.- THE Aflignees in Truft of the Debts and ErKasof JOHN WINBOLT, late of the Parift of St. Clement Danes in the County of M^lefex, Viftualler, do hereby rive Notice, that all fuch of the laid;W)nbolt's Creditors at have executed the Deed of Affignmsnt of his Eftate and Effeas may, npon applying to Mr.Jofeph Smith, Attorney, in Grocers-Alley in the Poultry, receive their Dividend. Jjvtrtjfiw�l, of* mnJtrat, Len#h art taktn in for Ibis Popr �t      ShUHny each 0-//:(P -2- C;, -9 9   

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