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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 15, 1743, London, Middlesex                                T S D iVvY,   SftP T EM BE R 15, J?***/, September 1$, ' [EMAIN in the Downs the Dover* t and Shrew/bury Men. of War. IWiadE.byN. 'i-  Grave/end, Sept. 13.   PafsM by the Iadaftry; GiMerfle, froni Ofiend ; Peter and Bricjget, Ru-fon, fipoin Norway i Britannia* Howladbn, from Rotterdam j I the Sarah and Elizabeth, Sacket, ' from Antigua j and-Clain Bertie, Yobfon, from Norway* The Oxford, Baroett, from Jamaica, is arrived at Plymouth. '�  - ,      ',' " \ The America, Prideaux, from Newfoundland at Dartmouth. L ON DON. Yefterday arrived the Mail from France. By Advices from Paris we hear, that -they are going to fit up Apartments in the Palace of Verfailles and eiiewhere. for the Dauphin and his future Confort, who is expected there in a fhort Time. The Garrifon of Egra did not fur-render, 'till they were reduced to a very fmall Stock of Grain, and ,had eaten all the Dogs and Cats, Rats and Mice, in the Town. The Army of the Allies* feem� to be refolved upon marching to the Mofelle, Marfhal Noailles's Camp being too firong for them. .Letters irom Alfice, by the fame Canal, fay, that they are very much obliged to the Rhine's rifing three Feetj and that as they have 60 Batallions and go.Squadrons under Marfhal Coigoy, they are perfectly eafy in Regard to any Attempts Prince Charles of Lorrain may make to pais the River. They alfo tell us, that Prince Charles bad made a fecond Attempt to crofs- over ; but that a Detachment of Taipatches, whom he has ordered to lead the Way, pofi-tiveljr refufed to march, unlefs he himfelf were at the Head of them, and fome Troops on the other Side to favour their landing; whereupon the Prince put the moil Seditious of them under Arreft, to terrify the others. There Letters add, that there is a great Defertion among the Troops of the Allies, and that Bread is very7 dear in prince Charles's Camp. * They write from Conftantioople, that the People are fo unguarded in their Speeches, and fo plainly difcorer their Pronenefs to revolt, on Account of the heavy Taxes laid upon them of late, that the Grand Signor has been obliged to take new Precautions for the Safety of his Perfon: But notwithSanding the rebellious Difpofition of the People, it feems the War muft go on with Perfia, the Porte having received repeated Advices from Hifpahan, that Schach Nadir meditates nothing left than the Conqnett of the Ot-toman Empire. According tothe Accounts of the Greek Merchants that are come to the Fair of Lipfick, the Plague makes terrible Havockin Alia, but has not yet fpread to Conftanrinople ; yet, they fay, an Epidemical Diftemper is very rife in that Capital, and carries off great Numbers ; they call it a malignant Fever; but let it be what it will, the Foreign J^gen ^MfejgtifM.into ihn SoJvirKofJgctaU^  ~~ * 6f me Gixythskt^^Meo^JO ariyTbing relating to the Anairs 'bf'theEmpire m the Letters they fend to their Friends Abroad ":.The Merchants in Ruffia have iikewife been defired to confine themfelves entirely to their private Affairs in the Correfpondence they keep with Foreign Countries ; and the Printers of the Pelerjburgh zui Academical Gazettes have been charged to inferc nothing in thoft Papers,, concerning the Affairs of Ruffia, but what they receive from the Senate. Thefe Orders have been iffued on Occafion of the various Reports fpread all over Europe, about the Affairs of that Empire. Extras of a Letter from Turin, Sept. 2, N.S. ' .The Government of Nice has fent Advice to Court, * that two Englifh Men of War had taken off Cadiz a Ge- * voefe Ship, which, having no Pafsport, they carried into 4 Villa-franca ; that they found onboard of her, divers 'Sorts of Goods and a certain Quantity of Corn, under * which eight Boxes lay concealed,  containing -about * 600,000 Livres in Gold and Silver : That Admiral * Matthews having examined the Mailer of this Ship, * obliged him at but to confefs that both the Corn and ' the Money were configned to the Spanifh Army; upon * which the Sbijp was declared a lawful Prize, and the Ar- * tillery, confifting of 30 Guns, was. taken out of her. * Admiral Matthews has ordered two Men of War to cruize * in-the Month of the Var, as was done l&ft Year, to op- * pofe any Attempts the Spaniards'may make on that Side, * within their Reach.* Yefterday was married at St. Ann's Church, -Soho, the Rev. Mr. John Ewer, Prebend of \Yindfor, t Place; who in her Paffage *' had taken a large Ship with :^8o Negroes on board, be- * longing to Briftbl, as ip foppofed, and feat her. to La � Vera Lruz.V . On the 7th and 8th Inftant, was held at Worcefter, the. Annual Meeting of the Choirs of Worcefler, Gtoucefter and Hereford. MrPurcel's, and Mr. Handel's Services were perfornVd as ufual; the Anthem was entirely new 3 the Words foited to the Occafion, and fet to Mufick by Mr. Boyce. The whole Performance was much admir'd ; and the Collection for Charity amounted to more than 95 Pounds. Oa Monday fe'nnight Mr. Thomas Coldwell, a Farmer at Hnmber in Herefordfbite, had a Hayrick (in. which were upwards of 50 Load' of Hay) took fire, and was in* tirely confumed. On Monday laft died at Kenfington.Gravel-Pits, Mrs. Gordon, a Widow Gentlewoman of good Fortune, whofe Death is much lamented by all who knew her, particularly the Poor, to whom (he was a conftant Friend. On Wedhefday Morning died, at.his Houfe in the Broadway Weftminfter, Mr. Thomas Cotton, a Surgeon of good Practice. Laft Tuefday Night about 9 o'Clacki Mr.Ne.U of St. Martin's-lane, was a^tack'd by three Street Robbers in .Half-Moon Street near Hide-Park Corner, who beat and abufed him, robb'd him of 13 s. and fome Halfpence, and got off uhdifcover'd. Yefterday Thomas Oakes was committed to New-Prifon by Col. De Veil, for taking felonioufty out of the Dwel-ling-houfe of Mr. James Allen, a Guinea, a Silver Spoon, and fome wearing Apparel. � The fame Day Henry Macloughlin, and ElizabethHill, for breaking, open the Dwelh'ng-houfe of- Mr. John Reynolds ioSouthwark, and fteating from thence a confidera-ble Sum of Money, and a great Quantity of wearing Apparel, were re-examined by Col. De Veil, and committed to Newgate by that Gentleman. Wheat was fold at Gieucefter laft Week, from 2 s. 8d. to 3 s. 2 d. per Bufhet. - S CO TLA N D. E&nhurgh, Sept. 8. Laft Tuefday a very Targe Seizure ofCambricks was made on Board a ,Ship in Leith Harbour, faid to be noTefs than 416 Pieces. iift Night Mr.'Lander the Copper-Smith, inftead of going in at hiaovya Doon as he dengned, moft unluckily ^^d^i?^^^pftfJjwdfH^nafffj      was-fbonddead-thi* BxtraS of a Letter from Jamaica, dated June 18; ' Every. Thing here is quite dead, even Trade, which ' ufed to give fome Life, is entirely at a Stand. The * French1 and Dutch underfell us fo much in the Spa-' nifh Markets, that fome of our Veflets return without < breaking Bulk; and we are fo much ftock'd with Goods 1 of all Sorts (efpecially for the Coaft Trade) that Affairs * look with a very melancholy Afpeft: In fhort, Without a-'French War, I can fee notiiing that canjteep.the Trade, * of this Ifland froin being ruined. The'Spaniards are now * infulting us in their Turn; 'their Privateefefwaritf^about � the Ifland: I faw lately a Canoe within a'little of the < Shore attempt to carry off a Briganrine lying at Anchor �� in Auracabefla Bay, but they were.repulfed by our Mens * firing from the Shore, and a Sloop of four Guns.belong-; "< ing to Stvjagode Cuba Happening to miftake a Tender; / of the Admiral's cruizing off the Eaft End of the Ifland,. * for a Northward Man with Provifions, happened to catch* � a Tartar/and was brought in here about a Fortnight ago. � We very fenfibly feel the Want of Admiral Vernon, ' who, while he was here, ordered the Men of War to * fuch proper Stations, that none of thofe little Pickeroons * durft look out of their Ports.'   -     " The Hamilton, Capt. Scotj Mafter, juft arriv'd in Greenock, and by whom the above Letter came, was attack'd in her Way heme, near the Windward Paffage, by _a ^pa-, nifh Privateer, but gave the Dons fuch a warm Reception,' that they thought fit to fheer off. Bank -Stock 147 .1 4th a. 147. India Ditto 183. Soutn Sea Stocks to 3 4ths a 3 8ths a i half. Ditto Old Annuities 114 7 8ths. Ditto New H33 8ths a 1 4th. Three .p:r Cent. Annuities j 02. Ditto 1742^10*. Ditto 1743, 100. Million Bank 119. Equivalent! i 1. k Royal Af-;furance 80 i half. London Affuranfe 117 8ths.. Eng-lim Copper41. to s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan ; no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation- ; 61. 5 s. Prem. India Bonds 4). 15 s. a 14 s. Prem. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Pr, Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 pr. Three per Cent. -Ditto 1 Difc, Lottery Tickets 111* 5 s. 6 d. --it High Water this Day at London Bridge, at 47 Minute* after 7.  ; "   ' .      )::y D R U R Y L A . K E. -: By His Majefifs Company of Cimdiajtb^ AT the Theatre r Royal iarI^rury-Lane - tb'uP^r, will be printed a.Conwdf, call'd The RECRUITING OFFICER. The Part of dpt. Plume by Mr. GifFard {Serjeant Kite, Mr. Carrf Bullock, by Mr.Tafwell; Juftke Balhace, Mr.Bridges; Worthy, Mir. W.Giffiird ; Capt. Brazen, Mr. Cjjj&W^^tftey^*b:^le-croiti by Mr. Neale and Mr. Anderfita. Meiind*, Mrs. Crol's j L-sctr, Mrs.Bennetj Rote, Mi&Scotj ; . U ' Andvthe Part of Silvia by Mrs^Ridouti At  COMjMpN   PR I'e E S. Pkces for the Boxes to betaken at the Stage-Door of the Theatre* S AD L E R's-W E L L S. (Being tie lafil Night but two of performing this- Sea/on.) For the Benefit of Morif. FROMENT. At SADLER's-WELLS, adjoining to theNew-Rivtr Head, this Day, -will beperfbfm'd The USUAL DI V ERSI O NS. With Entertainments oT Dancing, particularly A sew Dance, call'd The Merry Farmer, or Intrigue Alamode, by Monft Froment, Mifs Wright, Mrs. Phillip*, and others. The Cvckow Vivaldi Concerto by Mr. SLAUGHTER/ wh* played the firft Violin at Cupers Gardens.  ,        ' ..    � The Louvre and Minuet, by Monf. Froment and Mils Wright. And (by Defire) a Grand Dance, caUM PIGMALION,   / Pigmalion by Moat Froment, Statue, Mils Wright; Attea-danU by Mr. Pelling, Mr. Miles, Mr. CJagget, and Monf. Deliialde. With feveral new Songs by Mr. Htm&frk and Mifi HILLIER. J To which will be added, The L  Y  ON   K O V S'D; or, Mons 1 evr in the Ma yne.- Being an exaci Reprefentation of the late .Glorious Battle at DETTINGEN. The Whole to Conclude with V U L C A N's  N E T T S, Intermix'd with Haxxsqy 1 m a Captive in Spain: or, The Privateer Bit. Boxes at. 6d.        ' Pit or Gallery is. 6d, Thofe that chnfe Wine may have it at % s. a Bottle. To begin at Five, and conclude at Tea exactly. %* Tickets to be had at theBar.of the Wells, and at Old Slaughter's Coffee-hsufe, St. MartinVLahe. Tickets delirer'd out by Mr. DAVENPORT will be taken this Day* G Q O D M A N'S-F 1ELD S.- AT the NEW WELLS the bottom of Lkmm-firtit, Goodman't-Tic!dtt this Day, will be perfbrra'i The US U A L D I V E R S I ON S. With Rope-Dandng by ^  Monf. JANNO, Monf. Mouvire, and Mr. Hough. Dancug by Mr. Carney, Madem. Penault, 'the twoMaflers and Mift Granier, MifiSt�ry, Mr.Chettle, Mr. Hayes, and Mn. Hough. � �        And TUMBLING by Affls^JANNO, Monf. Movire, and Mr. Hough. Several NewSsongs by. Mr. Brett,;Mr. Cunningham, and Mrs.. Hill. With ieveril NEW EQU1LIBRES by the RUSSIA BOY, wh� performs feveral entire new Ballancet. And the Surprifing Performances of the Famous      .., BATH   MOR RIS-DAN CERS. To which will be added, feveral new Scenes in Grotesque Cha-rafien, call'd The S A I L O R's PRO GR E SS. OR, The Humours of "Wapping and Stepney. The Part of Harlequin, by Mr. Hayes j Colombine, Mils Story ; 'Squire Noodle, Mr. Chettls 5 Lolpoop, Mr. Hough j: Sailors, Mr. Cunningham, Mr. Carney, and Monf. Granier ; STEPNEY LANDLADY, by Mrs. HILL j Mils Brazen, Mus Jones j MifsLoveit, Mils Smith} Milk Dawdle, Mifs Evans. The Whole to Conclude with a Diverting Dance, call'd fie H UM OU R S of the T I;M ES. TbeChatbi, Scout, and Mufick, bting mrirely new. Every One mil be admitted fir a Pint of Wm a-pUst at Sj/stfL To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. LONDON IN FIRM AR Y.- A General Quarterly Meeting of the Governors of this Charity will be held at Haberdajbers Hall, this Day the l $tb Inftant, at Ten of the Clock \ to receive the Report of the: Houfe. Committee j to Eleel * Committee for the tnfuing Quarter; and on other Special Affairs. Rich: Neale, Seer. 
                            

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