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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 10, 1743, London, Middlesex                                The London Daily Poll, and General Advertifer. NVMB.2772*' SATURDAY,  September 10,   1743. Deal, September &. HIS Morning the Baft-India Ships lailed for the River. " Arrived the Adas, Weft,. from Momfer-rat. Came down the William .and Mary, Hilton, for Jamaica, and? remain with the  Men of War, and the Ships as in my bit. winds;w. ;.* Arrived at feveral Ports. The Betty, Brumage, from Nevis, is arrived off Dover. The Nancy, -~ from Virginia, at Briftol. The Eagle; Oddie, from Montferrat, at Xeverpbol. The Difpatch, -, from Newfoundland, at Leverpool. The Sarum, M'KenJy, from New-England, at Portf-jaouth, LONDON. We are affured,-that there are Letters in Town from fome Gentlemen, who have the Honour to be near Prince Charles of, Lorrain, which give an exacT: Account of the Lois of the Aaftrians, commanded by Prince Waldeck, at the croffing the Rhine ; and that they do not amount to more than 600 Men. On the 5th Inftant his Majefty's Ship the Biddcford came into Plymouth from a Cruize. . Letters from Oorfetfhire inform as, that Exprefles were tiifpatch'd to all the Riding Officers along the Coaft, acquainting them of the'Dutch Ship, which is fuppos'd to have the Plague on board, being on the Coaft, and ordering them to take all necefiary Meafures for preventing her putting into any of the Ports of this Kingdom.     And Laft Night came Advice to fome Merchants, that the faid Dutch Ship was feen off the Harbour of PooL Yefterday was held a Court of the Directors of the Hon. Eait-India Company, when the, following Ships were appointed to their Stations, viz. The Stafford, Capt. Baker, for China. The Fort St. George, Capt. Afton; Elizabeth, Capt. Pinnell j and Nottingham, Capt. Brown, for Bombay. The Caefar, Capt. Court, for St. Helena and Bencoolen. The York, Capt. Lafcells j Beauford, Capt. Stevens; Prince William, Capt. Longworth; Darrington, Capt. Crabb; Prince of Wales, Capt. Pelly ; and Duke of Dor-fet; Capt. Frognell, for Coaft and Bay. We hear from Leicefter, that William Whatton is ele&ed an Alderman of that Borough, to the great Joy of his Ele&ors. Yefterday arrived in Town from St. Sebaftians, Captain John Chambers, who had been carried into that Port fome time ago, after a very gallant Refinance. On Thurfday Night the Hon. Philip Howard, Efq; (Brother to his Grace the Duke of Norfolk) and his Lady, ar-rivechat Norfolk 'Home in St! James's Square, with a grand Retinue.       *'-,'' Yefterday about 3 o'Clock the Boatfwain of a Lifbon Trader, -lying at Cox's Key, being a little in Liquor, was going to ftep out of the Ship on the Key, but unfortunately fell into the River, and was drown*d in the fight of a Number of People. We are affined, that the Highwayman who robb'd the Norwich Stage Coach a few Days ago, has been fince ap-prehendedT and committed to Th.ej.ford Goal. Ota Wednefday Morning died Mrs. Hibbins, Wife of Dr. Hibbins of Mile-End Green; a Lady that was endued with many amiable Qualities, and is truly lamented by all who had the Happinefs of her Acquaintance. Laft Night the Corpfe of Mr. Room, an eminent Undertaker, who died at his Houfe in Fleet-ftreet a few Days ago,, was interr'd in a.very handfome manger at the Burial Ground in Bunhill-fields. '     . s '� On Sunday Night laft Mr. Trevers, a Staymaker of confiderable Bufinefs, in Bow-ftreet Covent-Garden, who died;the Thurfday before, was buried "in Covent-Garden Church-yard. And laft Night the Body Of Mrs. T ravers, who died on Tuefday laft, was interr'd in the fame Grave with'her. Hufband.    . ' v Oh Wednefday Night two Women, with each of them a Child, in; her; Arms, were over-heard calking at the Fleej-Market, by fome People-'who.were.anfeen by them, and could diftiriguifh by their^Difco.urfe,. that they had ftolen the Children, and/^ere'gpmg^ ~to ftrip them j on which they were laid � -       *     ,   . * Yefterday 18 Prifoners were tried at the Old Baily, One whereof, was Capitally'convicted,; viz; �       r' . ' Margaret-Staopury, for robbing Mr.. George Morgan, pf five'Moidofes aiid a .Guinea inGold; Jand; three Shillings" in Silver, in Hanging-Sword Alley, Fleet-ftreet. ^ Twejtve wcw caft for Tianfportation,. and five Acquitted. On Monday next the Second gre*t Match at Cracker,* will be play'd between the Gentlemen of Horfemanden ancb the Wold of Kent, and the Gentlemen of London, in the Artillery-Ground. The Match on Monday gave fuch general Satisfaction, to the Noblemen and Gentlemen concern *d, that they have laid very large Sums of Money, It is ordered, that the Wickets be pitch'd at i 1 o'Clock pre- cifely ftheMatclj to .be play'd out.-'�-N.B.The Third great Match between Seven-Oaks in Kent, and London,,will bev|)fe the-fame Place the Wednefday following.  We are affured, that at Lowe, and Berry.'s Old State- -Lottery-Office, in Stationers-Alley, Ludgate-Street, the Demand for Tickets and Shares increafes exceedingly, by Reafon of the Time for drawing the Lottery is approaching, Daily, and on Account; of the furprizing Succefs that attended their Adventurers in all the Lotteries they have been concerned in; they having Shared, Sold or Regiftered, moft of the confiderable Prizes. Their Numerical and Regifter Books are contrived info beautiful a Manner, and their .Office retired from the Noife of the Publick-Streets, that the Bufinefs will be done with the greateft Exa&hefs; therefore moft Perfons that have purchafed at other Places, chufe to regifter with them, and they will pay their Shares as foon as drawn. DRURY-LANE, By His Majeflfs Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre - Royal in Drury-Lane, on Tuefday next, being the 13 th Day of September, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd The CONSCIOUS LOVERS. Written by the late Sir Richard Steele. At  COMMONtPRICES, Placet for the Boxes to be taken at the Stage-Doofof the Theatre. 3 A D L E R's-W E LL S. For tbe Benefit of John Clarke,   Richard Mott, and Samuel Francis, Waiters. AT SADLER'S-WELLS, adjoining to the New-River Head, this Day, will be perform'd The  USUAL  DIVERSIONS. With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting, by Monf.GUILIOME, Monf. DAVID, and Signor FRANCISQTJ E; With feveral Entertainments of Dancing (both Serious and Comic) viz. A Grand Entertainment of Singing and Dancing, call'd Bacchus and Ariadne, by Mr. Davenport, Mrs. Bullock, and others. A new Dance, call'd he Mafquerade by Mr. Davenport and others, Alfo Singing by Mr. Hemfkirk and Mils Hillier. To which will be added, The LYON ROUS'D : or, Monfieur in tbe Mayne. Being an exadr. REPRESENTATION of the late BATTLE at DETTINOEN; wherein every Circumftance" which attended that Glorious Engagement, will be truly exhibited. With a new Cantata, fct f Mofick-by Mr. Davis, and fung by Mr. Hemfltirk. The whole to Conclude with, V U L.C A N's ' N E T T S: OR, Harlequin a Captive in Spain : OR, Tbe PRIVATEER  BIT. Boxes 2 s. 6 d. Pit and Gallery is. 6 d. Thofe who chufe Wine may have it at a s, a Battle. To begin exaclly at Five o'clock. G O O D M A N'S-F I E L D S.- AT the NEW, WELLS the bottom 'of Lmn-Jireet, Goodman''f Fields, this Day, will be perform'd The US UA L DIVERSIONS. With Rope-Dancing by Monf. J ANNO, Monf, Mou vire, and Mr. Hough, fencing by Mr. Carney, Madera. Perrault, the two Mafters and Mifs Granier, Mi6 Stery,' Mr. Chettle, Mr. Hayes^ and Mrs. Hough. And TUMBLING by Monf. J ANNO, Monf. Movi/e, and Mr.^ Hough. Several New Songs by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunningham, and Mn. Hill. With feveral NEW EQU1LIBRES by the RUSSJA BOY, wj� performs feveral entire new Ballances. * And the Surprifing Performances of thePamous BATH   MORRIS-DANCERS. To which will be added, feveral new Scenes in Grotefque Characters, call'd The SAILOR'S PROGRESS. O R, � f-:0be Humours-of Wapping and. Stepney. :^Tne Part of Harlequin, by Mr. Hayes; Colombine, Mils Story ; �'Squire Noodle, Mri Chettle j Lolpoop, Mr. Hough j Sailors, Mr. Cunningham, Mr. Carney, and Monf. Granier j STXPNEY LANDLADY, by Mrs. HILL } Mifs Brazen, Mifs Jones ; Mifs Loveit, Mils Smith j Mifs- Dawdle, ^ Mifs Evans. . The Whole to Conclude with a Diverting Dance, call'd  9 _    about two Years and an half old, with. fix large Carriage and four Swivel Guns, a . Pri"" c":'"-l, Striarr-ft"""'^ ^it, -- 1 \if T for the Sugar Trade, Burthen 160 Tons mora-r lefs, with good Dimenfions, now lying at Rotbtrbitb.Stain, Daniel Hooper, Commander. Inventories to be feen on Board, and at the Place of Sale. To be> fold by SAMUEL BROOKS, Broker. 5- 2 At tbe Rummer-Tavern, Charing-Crofsy-- FO R the Satisfaction of the Curious, to be SEEN by One or mere without Lofs of Time, from Ten i� the Morning 'till Eight at Night, the prefent Wonder of the World, The   Famous   AFRICAN, Who was viewed in the Year if40 in London by Perfons of the higheft Diftinction, and is the juft Admiration of all th� Learned" and Curious of both Sexes. Far * particular Description of tbe Parts, which diftingaijh the S
                            

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