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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 7, 1743, London, Middlesex                                The London Daily Poft, and General Advertifer.   Nwi"^ WEDNESDAY,  Septehier 7,   1743. Higl/ Water this Day at London-Bridge at 49 Miniitci :er . Deal, September 5. [AME down and failed the Gilbert, Wall, for Maryland; Grif-fel, Stains, for. Shoreham; and Biflropfton, Ayfes, for BriftoL Arrived the Greyhound, Perkins, from Carolina � Catherine, Eg-glefton, from Nevis; Dolphin, Mailers ; and Diamond, White, from BriftoL Remain in the Downs his Majefty** Ships the Shittwfbury, Berwick, Medway, and the Sloop for Port-mahone.   Wind N.W. Grave/end, Sept. 5. Pafs'd by the St. George, Hart, from Lifbon. Arrived at fevered Ports. The Three Nuns, Johns, fromJPortmahone, is arrived at Maryland. The William, Sample, from New York ; and Providence, M'Alpine, from Jamaica, at Briftol. The Atlas, Weft ; and Clayton, Hamer, from Mont-ferrat j St. Thomas, Shea, from St. Euftatia j and Wilmington, Darling, from New-England, off Dover. LONDON. They write from Turin of Auguft 17, that two Days before, there was a Skirmifh between an advanced Guard of the Vaudois on Mount Senis, and a Detachment of two and thirty Companies of Spanifli Grenadiers, fix hundred Miquelets, and two Troops of Dragoons, at the Head of which M. de Caftellar was come to reconnoitre that Paffage: But tho' the Vaudois at firft loft Ground, yet on their being reinforced, they recovered the Poft, and have kept it fince. Baron Solenthal the Danife Minifteris arrived at Franck-fort, and is expected at Worms every Day. On the 4th of September, N.S. the refpeftive Quarter-mailers General of* the Combined Army fet out to reconnoitre the Ground near Frankenthal. As Alface is like to become the Seat of the War, we hope the Description of that Province will be agreeable to our Readers. The Province of ALSATf A (properly fo called) ftands on the Weft Bank of the Rhine, has the Palatinate on the North, Lorrain on the Weft, Switzerland, Tranche Comie, Sec. on the South. A Country moil fruitful in Wines, Corn; Cattle and Game ; and its Mountains are famed for Silver, Brafs and Lead Mines. There are 46 walled Towns and 51 Caftles in this Country ; among the former are Straiburg the Capital, Scheleftadt, WehTemburg, Landau, MoMheim, Saverne, Haguenau, Seltz, . Ober-Ruheim, Bentheim, Andlaw, Lauterburg, Inguiller, Hocftein, Colmar Enfiiheim, Rufeich, Marbach, Keifer-berg, &c. and fome Authors include in this Province the Countries of Suntgaw, Brifgaw and Ortnaw, in which ftand the Cities of Huningen, Brifac, Briburg, Baden, Sec. N.B. Brifgaw is a large Province of Qermany, on the Eaft Bank of the Rhine, on the Weft of the Country of Wirtembourg, and on the North of Swifferland. The chief Cities therein are, Briiac, Firburgh, and Newen-bufg. It is faid his Majefty has created his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland a Field Marfhal ; and that he is to Command the Army, aflifted by the Right Hon. the Lord Dunmore, General Honey wood, General Legoniere, General Campbell, and General Cope. On Monday Night the Right Hon. the Earl of Rothes arrived at his Houfe in Grofvenor-fquare, from the Allied Army. And Yefterday the Hon. Col. Hufke, who had his Heel fhot off at the Battle of Dettingen, "arrived at his Houfe in Saville-Row. '    ' We hear that the Prince Frederick Man of War had fallen in with four French Men of War, who not paying the Refpeft due to the Britifh Flag, fome Shot were exchanged between them. On Wednefday laft the Rev. Mr. Afpin, lately preferr'd by His Majefty to the Rectory of Harteft cum Boxted in Suffolk, was married to Mifs le Strange, a Daughter of Hammond le Strange, Efq; in Bury St. Edmund's, one of his Majefty's Jufticesof the Peace for that County. Ajt the Races at Litchfield-laft Week, there was a very fplendid Appearance'of Noblemen and Gentlemen, and exceeding good Sport each Day ; the Subferipuon Plate was won-by Sir Henry Harpur's Bay Gelding, Darling, and the Hunter's Rate was won by the, Duke of Beaufort's Bay Stone Horfe, Volunteer. There will be three Plates next Year, feveral Gentlemen having enter'd into Articles to run Five Years old Horfes of their own to make a Third Day's Sport They write from Sutton in Staffordshire, that laft Thurf-day died, at his Seat near Wolverhampton,; Edward Vernon, Efq; a Gentleman poffefs'd of a largeEftate, and in the Commiffionof the Peace for that County.. On Monday laft died at Chiflehurft in Kent, Mr. James Coulter, a very eminent Linnendraper in Cornhill; formerly Deputy of Cornhill Ward. On Sunday laft died at Paddington, Mr. John Norman, formerly, a Haberdafher of Hats on London-Bridge. On Monday Night laft about 9 o'clock, a Maid Servant belonging to a Shopkeeper in Ludgate-ftreet, fhot her-felf thro' the Breaft with a Piftol, which fhe took out of her Mailer's Bedchamber, and died immediately. She came from Richmond in Yorkshire but very lately, and had fome Words with her Brother in the Morning, concerning her Sweetheart, which 'tis thought was the Occafion of this rath Aftion. Mrs. Hale, Sifter to Mr. Day the Schoolraafter of the Charity School of Caftle-Baynard Ward, who had her Breaft burnt to the Bone, &c. is in a fair way of Recovery, tho' file muft be a difmal Spectacle if fhe be cur'd. Monday laft about Noon a Boat, with four Men, two Women and a Boy, ran foul of the Sterlings at London-Bridge and was ftav'd to Pieces, by which Accident the Boy and one of the Women were drown'd ; the other five were happily preferv'd by the Affiilance of fome Boats that immediately put off from the Shores, - On Sunday Night, about Nine o'Clock, Mr. Merry, a Curd-Maker in Red-Lion-Street, Holbourn, was knock'd down near the Blue-Boar Inn, and robb'd of two Guineas, feme Silver, and his Knee-Buckles. The Rogues were taking out his Shoe-Buckles, but were prevented by fome People paffing that Way. This Day the Seffions begins at the Old Baily. On Monday laft the Match at Cricket, between Horfe-' manden and the Wold of Kent, and London, in the Artillery-Ground, was fo extraordinary a Match, that it could not be play'd out that Day, but was fiaiuYd Yefterday Morning, when it was brought to fo nice a Point, that the two lad of London were in for three Notches to win, which they got with Difficulty. The Noblemen and Gentlemen concerned in this Match, feeing it prove fo good a one, determined to have a Second in the fame Place on Monday next; on which very large Sums of Money depend. It is ordered, that the Wickets be pitch'd at 11 o'Clock pre-cifely ; the Match to be play'd out. At the particular Defire offeveral Perfons of Diftintlian, on Friday next, at the Caflle Tavern in Pater-nojler-rovj, will be perform'da Serenata call'd SOLOMON ; and feveral Solo's and Concerto's by eminent Mafters ; and Singing by Mr. Lowe and Mr. Brett. Tickets may be bad at Jack's Coffee-houfi near Guildhall; the Ship Tavern at Temple-bar ; and at the Place of Performance, at Five Shillings each. IRELAND. Dublin, Auguft 30. Saturday Night laft arrived at his Houfe in Henrietta-Street, from1 his Vifitation, his Grace the Lord Primate of Ireland. The fame Day the Right Rev. Dr. Ryder, Bifhop of Downe and Connor, arrived here from England, and the Rev. Patrick Delany, D.D. Laft Week one Fletcher, a Ship Carpenter on George's Quay, went to Donybrook Fair, where he violently overheated himfelf, and in his Return Home, went into the Water to coo] him, of which he died the next Day. We have great Complaints from all Parts of the Kingdom, of the great Plenty of Hay and Corn, and Scarcity of Labourers to gather in the Harveft, which may be of dangerous Confequence, if the Weather mould change, and many Farmers be ruined thereby ; ^therefore,. it would be advifeable to force all ftrolling Vagrants and fturdy Beggars to work, contrary to their Inclination, and give them reafonable Wages for their Labour; and, if they will not work, to carry them to the neighbouring Juftices, who have a Right to commit them to the next Goal, and force them to hard Labour. - In China (the gfeateft and bed governed Empire in the World, where they make blind Folks work) as well as in Holland, Saxony, and many Parts of Italy, no common Beggars are to be feen, and yet in Ireland, where they can oe employed, they are a Burden to the Induftrious, and a Peft to all Human Society, livrag on the Blood and Vitals of thofe, who make ufe of their Hands for their own Support, and fpread Murder, Villainy, Theft, Diforder, and Infection, over the whole Kingdom, inftead of being ufeful Members, and fervicea-ble to their Country ; and what is worfe, they breed their fpurious Iffue up to their own horrid Vices. BANKRUPTS. John Walker, of Chefterfield in the County of Derby, Upholder, Bedder and Chapman. Philip Came, late of the Town of Penzance, in the County of Cornwall, Grocer and Chapman. Copley Wilde, late of Bleachingly in the County of Surry, Tallow Chandler and Shopkeeper.        _ Bank Stock 147 1 half a 5 8ths a 1 4th a 1 half. India Ditto 185 1 half a 185. South Sea Stock in. Ditto Old Annuities 114 7 8ths a 15 a, 14 3 4ths. Ditto New 113 1 8th. Three per Cent. Annuities 102. Ditto 1742, 102. Ditto 1743, 99 7 8ths. MillionBank 119. Equivalent in. Royal Affurance 80 i half. London Aflu-lance 11 3 4ths. Engliflj Copper 4 1. 10 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto 77 3 4U1S. Bank Circulation 61. 2 s. 6 d. Prem, India .. Bonds 4 1. 13 s. a 14 s. Prem. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Prem. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Prem. Three per Cent. Ditto 1 Difc. Lottery Tickets 1 i I. 5 s. 6 d. after 2.^ S AAD L E R's- W E l l S. For the Benefit of Mr. HEEMSKIRCK. AT SADLER's -WELLS, adjoining t� the New-River Bead, this Day, will be perform'd The USUAL  DIV E R SI O N S. With Variety of Tumbling, Vaulting, and Rope-Danring. With feveral new Entertainment* of Singing and Dancing, rig. A Grand Entertainment of Singing and Dancing, call'd Baccbunni Ariadne; and a new Dance, call'd Le Mafjvcredt. To which will be added, The LYON ROUS'D : or, Monfieur in the Mayne. Being an exaft REPRESENTATION of the late BATTLE at DETTINGEN} wherein every Circumftancejwhich attended that Glorious Engagement, will be truly exhibited. With a new Cantata, fet to Mufick by Mr. Davis, and fung by Mr. Hemfkirk. The whole to Conclude with V U L C A N's   N E T T S:    - Intermixed with Harlec^jis a Captive in Spain; or, The Privateer Bit. Boxes u. 6d.         Pit and Gallery is. 6 d. .Thofe who chufe Wine may have it at 2 s. a Battle. %* Tickets- to be had at Mr. Heemfkirck's Lodgings, at the Blur i^mn in Dcnaurk-ftrert St. fflWi.----- G O O D M AN'S-F I E L D S. AT the NEW WELLS the bottom of Lmm-flrtet, Goodman's-Fields, this Day, will be perform'eV._ The USUAL.DIVERSIONS. With Rope-Dancing by Monf. J ANNO, Monf. Mourire, and Mr. Hough. Dancing by Mr. Carney, Madem. Perrault, the twoMafters and MMI Granier, Mils 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 Mr.. KHL. _ -   With UveralNEWliQUlLlURlili by the RUSSIA BOY, wh� performs feveral entire new Ballances. And the Surprising Performances of the Famous BATH  MORRIS-DANCERS.' To which will be added, feveral Scenes in Grotefque Chjrac"ter�, (never perform'd before] call'd The SAILOR'S PROGRESS. o R, The Humours of Wapping and Stepney. The Part of Harlequin, by Mr. Hayes; Colombine, Mifs Story Squire Noodle, Mr. Chettle ; Lolpoop, Mr. Hough; Sailon, Mr* Cunningham, Mr. Carney, and Monf. Granier ; STEPNEY LANDLADY, by Mrs. HILL ; Mifi Brazen/ Mifs Jones j Mifj Loveit, Mils Smith ; Mifs Dawdlt� Mifs Evans. The Whole toGoocntdewth a DlvertirgDance, call'd 2be HUMOURS of the T I M E S. TbtCloatbt, Sana, end Mu/tck, being entirely new. % Evtrj One mill ti admitted fir a Pint tffFint a-pita at vfuaU To begin every Evening at Five o'Clock. ? PHILLIPS'S NEW WELLS,- JFor the Benefit of Monf. DOMINIQUE and i    SAMSON ROGATZY the celebrated Tumbler. T Mr Phillips's NewWeJIs near the __. Lendtn*Sj>av>, Clerktnv>ell, this Day, will be perform'd NEW   R O P E-D A N C I N G By Mad rrn. Garman, Monf. Dominique, and others, particularly Madera. German will Dance on the Rope in Boots with Flags ; and) after that takesa Cane, and jumps over it backwards and forwards. Monf  To begin exactly at Five o'Clock. Note, Tickets to be had at the Salutation-Tavern on Holbora* Hill j and at the Bar of the faid Wells. %* Monf. Dominique being a Stranger, humbly hopes that thof� who have feen and been pleas'd with his Performances, will honour him with their Company. 'f For SALE by the OA NDLE,- On Friday next, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon, Jf LLOYD's Cofee-Houfe in Lombard-ftreet, qp h E good Ship MA R Y, . JL with �x Guns, Square-ftern'd1, New-�f|*land bu|lt, Burthen 160 Tons jnore �r lefs, with proportionable Dimenfioni, now lying afnore at Tbtet Marintrt Stairs, Bar* tbalsmtw Prifi, Commander. jUJq attbtpxmtTme, -------.___,_____   The Ship HAWK, Square-flernM, Plan- tarion-built, and fheathed, Burthen 120 Tons, more or left, witk . proportionable Dimensions, now lying ztkotc at Wapping Old-Stairs, Robert Macrae, Commander. Inventories to be feen on Board the faid Ships, and at the Place of Sale*  To be fold by SAMUEL BROOKS* Broker. Jdvertifenunts of n msdsratt Length are taken in for this Paper *t Two Shillings each.   

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