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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 17, 1743, London, Middlesex The London Daily Poft, and General Advertifer, 7.".,--,.V .,:��;�. r;,^;,,,;,,..: y; t. 14, N.S, - ' Prince Charles, of Lorrain. has thought fit to give over * the.Bridge which he had began near Neabourg; but that ' which reaches frotn Old Briiac toTthelfland of Rhin- * marck is left ftandingj the Work that defends the Head * of, it is finiued, ana Cannm; planted on it, with fuffi- * cient Number of^jpajips to guard it. The French have * made divers AwoSfto to rain our Works, and for that * Purpofe,. erected two lUtttnes on the other Side of the * little Arm of tkeRnJne i-lwt the 10th Inftaqt we made ; � lb fmart a Fire �w them, �wtfea Bkttery which we had at, * Eggerberg, as well a� wi AtheCannon at theJHead of the * Bridge, that by the next Day we found their Batteries ' were altnoft quite ruined.. �-�* � it is true; Wnce'Chatfes^id withdraw the Troops that � were w*be?Jfland of Rhioma^ bjit he has fince fent: * overtf fre^Petacbn^ � there; and we are ftjU of Opinion, that the Paflage will * be attempted in that Place, in fpite of all the Difficulties � we meet with.. Moft df the Troops that went up the � Rhine^ hare been called back. Prince Charles and Velt � Marftal Kevehhuller go every Day to view the Banks of ' the Rhine; as we labove as below Brifac. The two Ar- � mies cannonade each other continuallyk* From Francfort we hear, thatall the Dutch Troops have joined therlArinf^�tbiFAifie^* which-now confiib of - 62,740 Men, according to the lail Mutter Rolls, which they fay are very eVaft. The A^ny was to have begun jts^aich the 19th Jriilant, N .S. towards Frankendal. Letters from DmTeldorp fay, that the Earl of Stair paffed through that City the 19th Inflant, N.S. in his Way to Holland. - , '. According to the laft Advices from 'Copenhagen, they doubted no longer that the Danilh Fleet wobid put to Sea forthwith, and the Operations of this Campaign be begun, all the Troops being in full March to the Places.affigned for their Rendezvous. \ . They give.us a Report from Paris, that the French Court will fpeedily publift a Manifetto, on Occ^fion of theHof tilities committed on her Territortes by. the Auttrian Troops. The King of Spain confidering that Tufcarijr; was given in Exchange for Lorrain and Bar, has fent Orders to^ Count Gage to march his Army into the former, the Moment he hears that the latter are invaded by the Auttrians. From Spire they write, that Colonel Mentzel at the Head of 400 Huffars had an Engagement the 15th Inft. N.S. with 900 French Troopers and Dragoons, who came to Forrage within .five Leagues of that Town : The latter were defeated, left 100 Men dead on the Spot, and had 200 made Prifoners. It is faid that the Auttrians had but .five Men killed, and 20 wounded. Yefterday Mr. Hartley, one of his Majefty's Mefrengers* arrived at his Grace the Duke of Newcaiik's Office, with Difpatches from his Majefty. Yefterday was. held a Court of Directors of the Eaft-India Company, when they appointed Major Dunbar, Governor of St. Helena, in the Room of Major Lambert, deceafed. From Plymouth they fend us a Confirmation, of the Lyon Man of War, that was Conyoy to the Jamaica Fleet, being arrived at that Port. And, That ah Order had come down frrm the Right Hon. the Lords of the Ad r.iralty, for the Leopard Man of War to fail in quelt of the Jamaica Ships, in order to give them all poflible Aflifiance ; which Ship failed accordingly. This Morning at Eight o'clock, 38, out of 39 which now remains, of the Highlander;, who are confined in the Tower, will be fent down to Gravefend, in order to be carried to Georgia, and incorporated with the Regiment under the Command of General Oglethorpe. On Tuefday laft died in an advanced Age, Mr. Nobbs, many Years a Codset-Writer at. the Cuftom-hoafe, weir known to all Perfons concern'd in Shipping.-He was a Man of lingular Humour; and remarkable for going fe-veral Times a Week, for a great Part of his Life, to Hampftead, Highgate, or Kentifh-Town, according to the Length of the Days, if fine Weather ; or of walking the fame Length of. Ground (which he imagin'd he could : exactly> meafure) in his Chamber, if it Rain'd : And when ; he arrived (as he call'dit) at either of the before-mention'd . Places, be would fir down at hh Table, drink a Pint of "*i�e>-�HJoak-a..pipe, and then return by the fame Road he went A few Daysfince died at Margate in Kent, Mr.Lem-min, Owner of feveral Hoys, Aged upwards of $0, reputed to be worth 30,0001. On Wednefday Night laft Mr. Watts, a Difiiller in Tyburn Road, was ftopp'd.near his own Houfe by three Fellows, who robb'd him of 19 s. and his Cane, and got off ujidifcover'd. On Monday next (by Defire of divers of the Nobility) * the Serenata call'd SOLOMON will bs perform'd at Ruck-holt-Houfe, Eflex. Tickets as ufual; and in the Afternoon will be Singing by Mr. Lowe and feveral others. Admittance One Shilling. On Monday next a Match at Cricket will be play'd in. the Artillery-Ground, London, between eleven pick'd Gentlemen out of the Counties of Middlefex, Berklhire, and Bucks, againft eleven Gentlemen of London. The Days being fhort, 'tis order'd that the Wickets be pitch'd by Ten o'Ciock, the Match to be play'd out. - This will be the laft great Match for this Seafon. High Water this Day at London-Bridge, at 58 Minutes after 9. , . Bank Stock 147 14th. India Ditto 184. South Sea Stock 110 1 half a 3 4ths. Ditto Old'Annuities 114 7 8ths a 115. Ditto New 113 3 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 101 7 8ths a 3 4thss: Ditto 1742, 101 7 8ths a 3 4ths. Ditto 1743, 99 3 4ths. Million Bank 119. Equivalent in. Royal Aflurance 80 rhalf. London AiTurance it 7 8ths. Englifli Copper ^ 1. 10 s. Seven, per 'tentv-Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank. Circulation 6 1.- 5 s. Prem. India Bonds 4I. 15 s. a ijj. PremV -Three.ind a half Salt Tallies 3 Pr. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Pr. Three per Cent. Ditto 1 D-fc Lottery Tickets ul. 5 s. 6 d. ^ . v 1o be S O L D, THE Remainder of the Term in the Leafe of the LebeckVHead Tavern in Chandw-ftreet, Co-yent-Garden, being about ninfeteen Years to come. The laid Houfe is in very good Repair, there having been 10001. laid out upon it fome few Y.ears ago. For fiirther Particulars, enquire of Mr.Bennet in the Haymarketfv or Mr. John Gambier, in St. Chriftopher's Church-yard near the Bank. , ' Nrte, The &id Leafe is in Mortgage for a confiderable Stun ef Money, and is now in the Handt of the Mortgageei. - . - D R U R Y-L AN E. By Bis Myeflf+Cornp^ AT the Theatre - Royal in DrurJ-!Lanc^ . thisbayjSAsiU be prefenteda Comedy, call'd'; ,\[ t~ L G V E F O R L O V E^ = ;i The Part of Valentine by Mr.Giffard ; Tattle> Mr. Neale ; Fore-fight, Mr. Tafwell j Angelicav by Mrs. Benhet j Mrs, Fraily Mri.v Crofsj Mifs Prue, Mrs. Ridout; Ben, Mt. Yates j Sir Sampfoa Legend,. Mr. Bridges j Scandal, Mr. W. Gif&rd;"'Trapiand>' Mr� Ray ; Jeremy, Mr. Crofs ; Buckram, Mr* Anderfon. Mrs. Fore-fight, Mrs. Woodward ; Nurfe, Mis. Egerton. To which will be added a Farce of TwriAcJs, call'd The L Y I N G VALET. The.Partof the Lying Valet, by Mr. Yate�i,Gayleft, Mr. An-; J derfon; Juftice Guttle, Mr. Tafwell j Beaa Trippit, Mr. NesJej., ~ Melifla, Mrs. Bennet; Mrs. Gadabout, Mrs. JCrow; Mjrs, Trippit,' Mrs. King j Kitty Pry, Mils Bradiluw. At CO M M O N P ri C � S. Places for the Boxes to betaken arthe Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin exactJy at Six o'CJock. GOO D M A N'S-F I E L D S. " - T the NEW WELLS the bottom of" Lmon-Jfrta, Goodman"t-Fitldi, this Diyt will ke perform'd The US UA L DIVERS ION S. With Rope-Dancing by Monf. JANNO, MonV. Mouvire, and Mr. Hough. Dancing by Mr. Carney, Madem. Perrault, the two Mailers and 'Mi& Granier, Mifs Stery, Mr. Chettte, Mr. Hayes, and Mrs. Hough. And TUMBLING by , i Monf. JANNO, Monf. Movire> and Mr. Hough. Several New Songs by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunninghirh, and Mrs. Hill. With feveral NEW EQU1LIBRES by the RUSSIA BOY, wb* performs feveral entire new Ballances. And the Sui^rifing Performances of the Famous -.-a BATH MORRIS-DANCERS. To which will be added, ieveral sew Stenes uiGrotefque Cha-rakers, caU'd The SAILO R's PR OGRE S S. . . or,; ... 'the Humours of Wapping and Stepney. ThePartof Harlequin, by Mr.Hayes} Cplombine, Mifi Story \ . 'SquireNoodle, Mr. Chettle ; Lolpobp, Mr. Hough; Sailors, Mr. Cunningham, Mr. Carney, and Monf. Granier j / STEPNEY LANDLADY, by Mrs. HILL ; , Mifs Brazen, MUs Jones ; Mi&Loveit, Mi6 Smith j Mifs Dawdle^ Mifs Evans. The Whole to Conclude with a Diverting Dance, call'd . qbe H U.M OURS of the T I MES. TbeChatbs, Scenes, and Mufick, being entirely new. Every One vrill be admitted for a Pint of Wine a-fiestas ufuaU To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. By a Coffipsny of Englijh, and Ancient Britons, At PHILLIPS'S NEW WELLS, Near the London SpaW, Clerkewvell, THIS prefent Evening, being the 17th of September, will be perform'd The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With a new Grand Dance, call'd Cofid't Paradtce and Aptlla and Dafbnt, by Mr. Phillips, Mrs. Lebrune, Mr. Shawford, Mrs. Mor- . ris, and others. Singing by Mr. Phillips, and Mrs. Jackfon. A new Punch's Dance by Mafter Ferg.; _ _ A Scaramouch Dance by_Mr. Phillips. _ To which will be adleB, '1 n'ew'Vantcmike Entertainment, call'd'. The FRENCHMAN STRIPTi Or, Harlequin Triumphant. The Character of Harlequin by Mr. Phillips; Colombiae, Mrs* Iiani M* ^^f^', MM'V '
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