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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 22, 1743, London, Middlesex                                Numb, 27$^ ,   T JH t� R;  I) A"^" 'Sept'e'm be tt.'as;* '1742  s : - ; Dtaty:: September 20. 'AME down hisMajeft^Snip' tie I Tartar Pink i ^hc.W^ftttoriand, '-^motd, for -Jatniic*;! JDoridori, i Eatbn r Frigate, '.Page, for^leg-^iiorn $ Paraly, ;|G^D^f^ |Jf-boh; Fortune," -Wcwidbafn,, "for _______.Dublin 1 and remain with thi .'in* W.byN.     \;: #. �.\^-. - -:;?1V^ - Grove/end, Stjfc)ia�^Fa$d by. Neptune, Grey, from Rtffterdjtm  1^/ Elisateth/Br^a^us, from AotftMam; and^ Sia-Nyniph', ItfigiadWj' aid the William ands Betty> Smith, from Donkirk. ... v -  .Jrriyed at feveralPertt. , The Grand Duke;. Maugay from London, is tmred at Leghorn.    "/'.{ \jf'"'   ; V1' Valei^nvHamilton,4 fromj^ri^^ a^'Cqrk. if.^lap|^;\�arW from N'ewjEniJaod, at Cork. ThVGildiarV Fox, from Virginia�a||jeyerPoo1. � > The Norfolk^ Stephenfon, from VOTttia, at White-haven; . :" The Sufannah, Lanfdown, from Jamaica, at Briftol. . v-'.X^fiairNjnnpb,: Barnbyi^from Stockholm, at Yar-mouth.  ..�^.^^   > 1 and; had jiift;iieceiyed 300 Boats for that the Rhine, Purpofe. . � 'Accoraing to^i^^'-^^'^^^J^-^^i Army, 'his Cavalry ;ii-ai Gj^,:toe JhTajat^^ and the Dragoons at-^^mU.MM^^^^I^/'^ cannot w^ch the Place of Renc^vons 'tlll;4he B^mning of 4o match that art fit to beat Arms. V >)-\ V em Malaga We are informed, that the King -!:!-.V L ON DO N. ^fterday arrived the Mail from Flanders and another .j* ' from France. . .v'-Some Letters from Rome fay, that the Pretenders fe* etmd Son is one of the three Cardinats that the^^ nasjf'e-||�vedin''ftifo 1] bat pribew willitavePnn^^heo^Qre-of iBavaria, Biftpp'of Ratifbon, to be the Man. \ >-   NS. fayi fhat Advfce was jrift come, that feven Freich^Ships homeward bound: from the Indies, and richly laden,, iiave been 'taken by theEngltu. Extras of a Letter from Naples, Seft.z,N.S. We have jaft,reeeived very melancholy Accounts from ** rReggio. -; NotTong fince,there was.fpme Hppjss that the * Contagion was abating, but we cow hear' that it rages ' more furioofly than ever : From the 6th tb the"14thMn- * ftant,' a greateriNamber of People died there and in the f adjacent Villages, and the Number of Sicjr � at laft very c7much encreafed.' However, it is hoped, that the �)iftem-^jper' will not- reacli farther, becaufe it chas hot yet fpread ' beyond the Line drawn along the Frontiers *of that Pro- 'iW*** : - � '    '        r^fr-r-. a" .;V... , * Wehaye at lafi difcovered, that the PUgu^ashroag'ht 'iito'^eggia by the Covetoafnefs of an Inhabitant of that ' Town, who being informed how eheap all Sorts (of * Cloaths and Houlhold Goods:were;;!bI^'i^'Meffin�t-jWe^t * thither and bought up a great Qaantiqr of the richeli he could light pn, and thenhribed theGJoards poftedat the >;.Gates and Avenues to let him letnm to Reggio,,' where * he foon paid dear for. his Covetoofpefs, he' himfelf be-^irig-phe^of therfirrt^tdjed;thereof t^ " ^ They write frpm^ has been heid in the Camp of the Allies, wherein his Ma-jelly prefided, and to which all the General and FiehJ Officers were called. The Council fate very long, and they think that a Refolutibn was taken to marchi^p to Marfhal jNoailles and giv^ him; Battle, >be�kufe the heavy Baggage of the Army nas been embarked on the Rhine, v ' They write from Paris �f 'tfie 23d Infiaht; N:.S. that three of the Ringleaders of the late Mutiny- it Tjouirs have been hanged up there, in Confequehce of the Orders fentiby the King to all the Intendants of Provinces^o punifhwith the.utmoft Severity all fuchas fhall dare to obibrod theTai-fing of theMilitia. A Spy has been catched near the' .Abi .; bey of-Ghatrkes in Champagne, who was difguifed in a Prieft's Habit, and made it his Bufinefs to Inform iiij$0f lof the garnet and Places of. Abode of the iichefl among' the Clergy, in that Part  *of the. Country,, in order; a*?iis fuppofed, to give intelligence to Colonel Mentzel'a Huflars where the,mpft Plunder, was _ to be got. Another Spy ihas been taken up at Dunkiric, who had been cotining enobgh to .get'a Key to the., niejy Sluice,by the Help of which he dehgaed to: ruin the Works whic^w aJmoft;fiDifhed there.   ''; .;"r-7"v ' �  �'iC".:''Y ..y Advices: from Paris of the 27th Irift^t,' J^iS.afTore'usV tharthe'I>u^ Trpops on tibevRhipj wlt^la^i quells.^e Frencl^fhouldgo to attackthe Allies. ^ ^ . Advree>frotn. Strafbonrg of the fay, that Marina} NoaiUes�s.Army had made a Motl%T his'E^ifeR^jr had few afBMy of Tropps |p :^f^:^^^^h^td:-bburgh sCtMi. he had likew|(e orde^ i^BajtiUwnsIt^Te? main at H9guenau,. aid that heinrnWiwas^mrcbed to^ Maifhal Cbigny's Army^iwth *Ki4bf CharIes pfI^rra!o.: ^'  : Jja^ytcm MarfhalCc^y^;Army  be mfecled with the 'Plague, andby that means cbramamrate it to;Tom 'Spain. .. * '. . ' ' �  It is �pbrted thaHthe Queen of Hungary, has declared, 'the will hereafter Cloath herTroopsin the Manufacture of Great Briuin. ' ' � � ThePrefifor Seaiheti^-cdfaunuesverybtifkitttewcaftlie, and other Ports in the Norths,. -ix      .' f..."f ' ^   . Yeftfidayfcfei^ his Houfe inHanoyer-fquare.  's Coal Infpcclor for that Port, Sunderland; ahd-Blythv � '   , Qn:Ti>efday laft died in Prjnces-ftreec, Cavendifh fquare, Job Jones/Efq;' a'Gentleman of good Fortune, and much efteem'd<,:.Mr�.i Jones, V7ife of the faid 'Gentleman^ died on Saturday lail ; t9;appoint Philip Doyne, Efq; io .be.one of the faid Trullees, in the Room of the Lord Fitzwiiliatn, deceafed. On Sunday Morning died, in the 74th Year of his" Age, the Rev. Dr. Claudius Gilbert, Profeffor of'Divinity in Trihity-Cbllege, Dublin, and formerly Vice-Provoft.of that College for many Years 5 he was a Gentleman of univerfal Leamingi Virtue,- and Benevolencei ^^ knowni loved, and efleemed by all Men of Letters, Merit, and' Character in this Kingdom ; he>hath left'all his Books to the Number of 14,000 Volumes, computed to be worth 10,0001. together with 24501. in Money, for Buildings, and other publick Ufes, to the faid College/ We h^r.t^:he::'will:jb^'fuc^ecded in his Livings by the Aev^Dr'.;S^^r$ie>-.Prai5#ofithe.fajd College; and, that the Rev. jDr,!John Forfter fucceeds him as Senior Fellow. >      � :  ;        ; J !'"~ � Yeflerday. in the3Evening :wai married Mr. Thomas Hawkfbaw, Merchant, � to Mifs Gordon, Daughter to � Hugh ^brdbn, Efq; 'a young Lady of great Beauty, and a hahdfome 'Fortune. Sunday Night laft two Chairmen fell out in Dame-ftreet, and whiie-they-were engaged fighting, the Son; of one of them drew a Knife, and (tabb'd the other in a mod dan-H gecou3 banner, >for which he was apprehended and com-1 mitted:t6 Newgite^:   ; ��;   :'- Yeilerday'Morning early a' great Quantity of Tobacco was feiz'd coming into Town, by the Watch of St. Mary's Parifh, and brpught; to .the Cuftom-hpufe. -' \E#r^rif\\*-. .Letter frorn the Camp near i^urms, <' rJ|i5We came here the ,r7th: of thiiJMohth,' where,.we'. a/e I ^jfe*|iirigrthe5Pa^foT?th^D6^ us,'which we ex-11*'peft Will be'ih^ twopic^hTee^ays'�.' the Bridge is pre fe Da^s firice a large-Seizure of Brandy and Tea was "mac^e at lUitb,-and carried to. the Co(lom^hot|fe; the Tea was feiz'd on board the fame Veffel put of which the great Quantity-'rif'Campficks/ formerly mentioned, was taken.  High Water this Day at London-Bridge, at 23 MintHes after 2. Bank Stock 148. . India Ditto np Price. South.Sea Stock no. Price. Ditto Old Annuities tij 1 4th. Ditto New x 13 1 half. Three per Cent. Annuities tor 5 8ths a 3 8ths. "Ditto 1742,161 j"8th) a 3 8ths.:. Ditto 1743, 99 3 4ths. Million Bank 1 ig.. Equivalent 111". * Royal Affurance8o 1 half. London Affurance 11.7 8ths. En-glifh^Cbppef"4 J."'To s.' Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 6 1. 7 s. 6d. Prem. India Bonds.41. 15 s. a 16 s. I^rem, Threeand abalf Salt Tallies 3 Pr. Three and a half, per Cent'.,Exchequer Order 5 Pr. r Three per Cent. Ditto 1 Difc Lottery Tickets 111. 6 s. BR U R Y-L A N E. By fits Majefifi Company of Comedians, i T the Theatre - Royal in Drary-Lane, thi* Day, will be pre&nted a Comedy, call'd * The   C O M M IT T E E OR, The Faithful Irishman. The Part of CoL Cardefs, by'Mr. Giflsrd j Col. Blunt, Mr. Win-ftoneMr. Day, Mr. Ray; Obadiah, Mr. Tafwell; Abel, Mr. Neale; Lieut.Story, Mr. Anderibn; Bookfeller, Mr. Croft; Committeeman, Mr. Blakey. Ruth, Mifs Bennet ; Mrs. Day, Mrs. Cnts'i Mrs. Chat, Mw. Edgerton ; The Part of Teague by Mr. Yates. To which will be added a Farce of t�o Afts, call'd The  LYING   VALET. The- Part of the Lying Valet by Mr. Yates j Gaylefs, Mr. An-derfon; Juftice Guttle, Mr. Tafwell } Beau Trippit, Mr. Nealej Msliffa, Mrs. Bennet; Mrs. Gadabout, Mrs. Egerton ; Mrs. Trippit, Mrs. King ; Kitty Pry, Mrs. Yates. At COMMON   PRICES. Places for the Boxes to be taken at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin exaftly at Sue o'CIock. CO V E. N T-G A R D E N.; By the Company of Comedian!, AT the Theatre-Royal in Cbvent-Garden^ To-morrow, will be prefested a Comedy, call'd The PROVOK'D HUSBAND; OR, -       � _ . � . A Journey to London. The Part of LardTownlyby Mr.Ryan; Manly, Mr.Bridgwater; Sir Francis Wronghead, Mr. Hippifley ; Lady Grace, Mrs. Stevens ; LadyWronghead, Mrs. Kilby ; Count Baffet, Mr.Chapman ; ''Squire Richard, Mr. James. Miff Jenny, Mrs.Vincent) Mrs Motherly, Mrs. Martin j MyrtiHa, Mife Hillyarf ; Trofty, Mrs. Mulfart'j . And the Part of Lady ;Towaly by Mrs. Horton. To begin exaclly at Sit o'CIock.  : G O O D M A N'S-F I E L D S.- AT the NEW WELLS the bottom of Lmtm-ftrta, Gvdmai?t-FitUi, this Day, will be perform'd The U S IT A L DIVERSIONS. -   , �  With Rope-Dancing by Monf. JANNO, Monf. Monvire, and Mr. Hongh. Dancing, by Mr. Carney, Madein. Penault, the two Mafters and Mi:'.; Gnsier, Mils Story, Mr. Chettle, Mr. Hayes, and Mrs. Hough. ----- And TUMBLING by        " Monf. JANNO, Motif. Movire, and Mr. Hough. Several New Songs by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunningham, and Mrs. HiiJ. With fcreral NEW EQUILIBRES by the RUSSIA BOY, who performs fe vera) entire new Ballances. And the Surprifing Performances of the Famous BAT H � MORRIS-DANCERS. To which will be added, feveral new Scenes in Grotefque Characters, call'd The S A I L O R's P R O G R E S S. OR, The Humours, of Wapping and Stepney. -The Part of Hariequiri, by Mr. Hayes j Colonabine, Mils Story; Squire Noodle, Mr. Chettle ;. Lolpoop, Mr. Hough; Sailors, Mr. Cunningham, -Mr. Carney, and Monf. Granier j STEPNEY LANDLADYi by Mrs. HILL ; Mifs Brazen,Mils Jones'j MHaLoveit, Mi& Smith; Mils Diwdlffj, ' Mifs Evans. The Whole to Conclude with a Diverting Dance, call'd qhe H U MO U R S of the J 1M E S. '"* Ibt Cloatit, Settles, andMufiti, being tniirdynem. Eh/trf One-mill be admitted for a Pint offfj/iea-piectas ufueh �'� L; Tobigin every Evening at' Five o'clock,  . mi ;   : be'   S OL D,- AFreehold; Eftate, . confifting of Houfes "-tha WaA'-Gronids, lying near Dock-Head, in thePariili of Sr. Mary Magdalen Bermondfey in the County of Surry,' of the Yearly Value of s6o 1.    . -J?or farther Partieularsi Enquire of Mr. Jofeph Smithy Attorney, in Grocers-Alley, is the Poultry, London. ..' A^VHtiferntntiof^^^^t^^^.%itfh]i�fQrjbis Pppertt,Two.Shillings, each. �; ', ���1 7?., -3 -2- -2   

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