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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 24, 1743, London, Middlesex                                The London Daily Poft, and General Advertifef.  NvM,,J7^ S AT U R DAY,  Sbptembe r 14,   1743. Deah September �2. \WStmm (AME down and failed the Matilda, Blaclcwell, forLifbon. Remains the Price Frigit, for Jamaica.  WindRN.E. Gravtfend, Sept. zz. Pafs'd by the Leven and Leah, Seaton, m>m Jamaica; Unicorn, Appleby, from Sc. Kittsj Greyhound, Storm, from Dantzitk; Refolo-tioa, Fortune; and Britannia, Johnfon, from Riga; the New Mary, Jackfon, from Ptteriburg; Robert and John, Landy, from Stockholm; William and Deborah, Mitchell; Arondel, Chriflian; Concordia, JBeckman; Elizabeth and Anne, Skelton; and John and Either, Hodfon, from Norway ; and the Elizabeth, Legtofs, from Guernfey. jfrrived at feveraj Ports. The Vernon, Halloram, from Antigua, is arrived at Limerick. .    v The Mary, Fortune, from Cork, at Rotterdam. The Codrington, Finch, from Virginia, at Plymouth. The Kent, r-�- ; and Amity, --, from Virginia, at Biddeford. The Tomefi, Skillicorn, from Barbadoes, at Briflol. LONDON. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. Letters from Constantinople (by the Way of Peter/burgh) fay, that Scbach Nadir was in fall March to Babylon. We are affured from Peterfburgh, that the Emprefs of Ruffia has fent Orders to her Minifter at Copenhagen to make Reprefentations about the Preparations that are" carrying on there for attacking Sweden, and to declare at the fame Time, that her Imperial Majefty is refolred to aHUl the Swedes with all her. Forces, itc. Letter from Zioc;kbolmt Sept. 20, N.S. * Baron Wrangel fet oat the 16th Inftant for Bahus, in * order to put himfclf at the Head of the Troops afiembling * in that Province.  Our Warlike Preparations go on very * brifkly ail over the Kingdom j the Troops file off with all * poifible Diligence to the Places of Rendezvous, efpecially * to Scania, where a Defcent is molt apprehended. A third ' Army is to be formed in the Province of Halland, which * lies 'between Scania and Bahus. � We expedt a Declaration of War from Denmark every ' Day, the laft Advices from Bahus importing, that the * Dinifh Troops in Norway wwe in full March, and would � be on our Frontiers in a very few Days.  From the great * Number of Tianfborts hired at Copenhagen we judge, � that the King of Denmark's Defign is to invade tu in fe-� vera! Places at once.      - * Advice is come frpnk Abo, that General Ke'uh has re- * ceived Orders 10 hold himfelf in Readinefs to march to * our Affiftauce with a Body of 10,000 Ruffians. � Yeflerday a Refolution puffed in the four Colleges of * the Dyet, that the Affembly mall break up the. 23d In- * ftanr, and the fame was proclaimed, this Day with the � ufual Forraalities.,    ' Letters from Worms of the 25th Inftant, N.S. fay, that the Army of the Allies began their March that Day, land pitched their Tents in the Evening between Worms and Franckendal: It is given out, that they are going to the Lines-of Spire, which, they fay, are abandoned by the French. They likewife tell us, that this Movement was made upon his Majefty's receiving a Letter the Day before with the News of Prince Charles's having palled the Rhine. The Dutch Forces were to join the Army on the 26th. From Francfort they give us the Subflance of the Letter juft. mentioned, as follows.   � Whatever Difficulties I meet * with in executing the P�ffage of the Rhine, I don't take * them to be infurmountable 1 on the contrary, I am per- * fwaded that we (hall at laft furmount them all by our * Conftancy, for which our Troops are as remarkable as * for their Bravery; fo that I. ftill am in hopes that we ' fhallreap the Eraits. of it on this important Occafton. * Our Troops are fo advantageonfly pofted in the Iflands * they hold, that the Enemy have not yet made any At- * tempts to diflodge them.*- From Fribourg we are told, that the Aufrrians are mak-. ing great Preparations far throwing a new Bridge acrofs the Rhine; and that Prnce Charles has divided his Army into three Bodies, the firft of which is near Brifac, and has a Communication with the Iflsrid of Rhinmarck; the fecond is pofted near Kaltenherberg, and the other within a fmall Diftance of Neubourg. They write from Copenhagen, that General Arnold was fet out on his Return to Norway, in order to put bimfelf at. the Head of the Army jn that Kingdom; that they had cmbark'd fome Hundreds more of the Garrifon of that City rand that they expeQed forthwith a Body of Troops from Holftein, after whofe Arrival tbey fhould be able to {peak poiitively about the intended Expedition. Advic�5 from Chamberry cf the 15th, Jnflanr, N.S. in9 form us, that the Spanifh Army was fiiil encamped at La-befla, between Briancon and Dauphin CaiUe, and that the Paffage of the Alps would not be attempted until all the French Troops were come up. Letters from Strafbourg advife, that fome heavy Cannon1 � has been fent from thence to Marfhal Coigny, to deftroy thc Auftrian Workcs in the Ifland of Rhinmark. From Manheim we hear, that Colonel Mentzel is calling 50 light Mortars of a new Invention, which he reckons will be very ferviceable in his Inciirfions, for bombarding fuch Places as may not.pay Contributions^ofpeedily as he could wifh. The King of Pruflja paffed though Lipfick the 24th Inftant, in his Return to Berlin: It is laid he had an Interview with the Bifhop of Bamberg and Wurtzsbourg during the uort Stay he made in Franconia. " ' The States of Bavaria have at laft obtained the following Claufe in the Form'of the Oaths and Homage they are to take to the Queen of Hungary: ' We promife Fidelity � and Obedience to her Majetty the Queen of Hungary and -' Bohemia, fo long as ihe remains in Poffeffions of the � Bavarian Territories.* ExtraB of a Letter from tbt Hague, Sept. 29, N.S. ' The Imperial and French Minifters are come back ' from Aix.la Chapelie. Count Podewils, Envoy Extra-' ordinary from the Court of Berlin, is alfo returned hither, ' and has acquainted the-Members of the Government with ' the real Difpofitions of the King of Pruffia, with Refped ' to the Affairs of the Empire, and the Maintenance of the ' fupreme Dignity of the Emperor. The Earl of Stair has ' had feveral Conferences with the Regency ; 'tis faid his ' Excellency will take his Leave of the States General in ' a few Days, and then embark for London.*  According to what we hear concerning the Treaty be-' tween the Queen of Hungary, the King of Sardinia, and * the King of Great Britain, her Hungarian Majefty cedes ' to his Sardinian the City of Vivegano, with the Province ' of which it is the Capital; the County of Anghiera in ' the Dutchy of Milan; the City of Pavia, with fo much ' of the Pavefan as lies on the other Side of the Po; and ' the whole Dutchy of Placenria with the Capital of it: In ' Confideration of thefe Advantages the King of Sardinia ' renounces-all his Pretentions to the Dutchy of Milan, and * promifes to affift the Queen of Hungary to the ugmoft of ' his Power, as long as ihe may want his Affiftance. * All Things relating to the Junction of our Troops * with the Army of the Allies, and the Operations to be ' executed afterwards, were fettled in a Conference held at ' Worms the 20th Inftant, between Count Mauritius of ' Naflat), and the Barons Cronftrom and Ginckel, on the ' one Part, and the Duke d'Aremberg, Count Neiperg, ' Lord Carteret, and the Generals Campbell and Honey. ' wood, on the other Parr, As for the Plan of Opera-' tions fettled in the Grand Council which has been held in * the King of Great-Britain's Prefencft, we are told, that * the whole Army is to march to -theJRiver Qpejch in three ' Column.', and attack the French in their Intrenchments, ' while the Irregular Troops endeavour to force the Pafs * of Anweilleron theLeft, and another Detachment roakcj * a Direrfion on the Side of Philipfbourgh ; by all which ' Steps, taken at once,  they hope to facilitate prince * Charles's Paffage over the Rhine, in Cafe lie has not al- * ready paffed; We are peftered almoft every Poll ivith ' Accounts of this Paffage, and this Afternoon Letters are ' arrived from Worms, which fay, that his Highriefs did ' actually crofs the Rives the 24th Inftant, whilft others ' content thcmfelves with faying; that the Thing is as * good as done.* Yefterday Advice came that the Sea Nymph, Harman, one of the Jamaica Fleet, founder'd at Sea ; but that the Captain and Crew were taken up by the Strombolo Fire-fliip.-.-Captain Harman writes, that the Day after, the Hurricane he faw five Ships of the Fleet without Mafts, and one with only her Foremaft Handing.-Capt. Bowers, of theBaracuta, had his Main-mail blown out of the Step, by the Violence of the Storm, an Accident which never happen'd to any Ship before. 'Ihe fame Day an Account came, that the above-men-tion'd Firefhip was arrived in Kinfale Harbour ; that Ihe had loft all her Mafts, and had feven Foot Water in her Hold when fhe took up Capt.Harman and his Crew, (whofe Ship was juft finking; and that when fhe made.Kinfale, they expected every Moment that fhe would fink, as the Water encrtafed in the Hold, tov the Time of their getting in. The Tyger, Gradwell, one of the Jamaica Fleet, is arrived at Cork, in a very fhatrerM Condition, and bad op-wards of an Hundred Hoglheads of Sugar wafb'd out in the Paffage. It was Yeflerday reported, that the Dutch Ship, which has-been fo often mentioned on Account of the Plague, is really a homeward-bound Ship from Surinam, and not from IWeffina, as has been given out fincc her Appearance on the Coaft. "    . - On Tuefday laft the Antilope Man of War came into Plymouth from her Cruiie. The New Bofton, Darby, bound from Montferrat for London, having met with bad Weather, put into' New-England the 1 frth of Auguft. .Yefterday a fine Ship, built by Mr. Bird of Rotherhith, for, Capt. Lyon in the Lifbon Trade, was launched in the Prefence of a great Number of eminent Merchants, and Call'd the AVu� Braganxa. On Thurfday laft died at Chelfea Mrs. Graham, a Maiden Lady, of good Fortune. Laft Night the Corpfe of Mr. Biars, a Coach-maker in Long-Acre, who died a few Days ago, was interr'd in a handfome manner at St. Martin's Church. A few Days ago John Weft, of Sedges near Great Mif-fenden in the" County of Bucks, Gent, was married, at Braddenham, to Mifs Harding, eldeft Daughter of Mr.: Harding, Steward to the Hon. John Hampden, Efq; of. Hampden j a very agreeable young Lady, with a hand-fome. Fortune. They write from Salifbary, that laft Week the Clergy of that City, with fome of the principal Inhabitants-, went about from Houfe to Houfe, in order to make a Collection for the unhappy Sufferers by Fire at Crediton in Devon-' fhire. The Contributions there were very liberal ; and it is not doubted but other Towns/Will follow fo good an Example. Ye^erday Mary -WiUfon was committed to Clerkenwefl Bridewell, by Col. De Veil, for felonry taking oat of the Houfe of Mr. John Butcher, a Cotton Gown, and, fome other Things bis Property, taken upon her. At,RUCKHOLT-HOUSE, nearLow-Layton, in, Effex, on Monday next; the 26th oTSeptember, will be perform*d (for the laft Time this Seafon) a Serenata, call'd, SOLOMON. Tickets Two Shillings; which entitles each Perfon to a Breakfaft, as ufual, and a Book of the Entertainment. And in the'Afternoon, will be Singinff by Mr. LOWE, Mr. BAILDON, Mr. BRETT, &c--Admit. tance after Two o'Clock One Shilling. IRELAND. Dublin, Sept. 17. - We hear his Grace the Lord Lieutenant, with his Lady and Family, will fet oat from their Seat at Chatfworth in Derby fhire-the 2 2d Tuft, and propofe tq be at Holyhead the 2cth, where his Majefty's Dublin Yacht, and a Convoy, will be ready to receive him. Yefterday arrived here from the Allied Army in Germany, (but Iatt from London) Major-General Frampton, Colonel of a Regiment of Foot on this Eftablifhment, and now upon Dublin Duty. There was not much Diverfion at the Curragh laft Wed-nefday for the King's Plate, only one Horfe ftarting. High Water this Day at London-Bridge, at 40 Minutes after 3. .  . Bank Stock no � Price. India Ditto 187 South Sea Stock 111 3 8ths. Ditto Old Annuities. 115 1 8th. Ditto New 1135 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 1.01 5 8ths. Ditto 1742, 101 5 8ths. Ditto 1743, 99 3 4ths. Million Bank n9. Equivalent in. Royal Afturance 80. London Affurance 11 7 8ths. Englifh Copper 41. 10 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 61. 7 s. 6 d. Prem. India Bonds 41. 15 s. a 16 s. Prem. Three and 3 half Salt Tallies 3 Pr. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Order 5 Prem. Three per Cent. Ditto 1 Die. Lottery Tickets 111. 6 s. 6d. a 7 s. DR V R Y-LA N E. -By His Majefifs Company of Comedians* . AT the Theatre - Royal in Drury-Lane, thJ< Day, will be prtfented a Comedy, call'd LOVE  MAKES  A  MAN} O R, The Fop's Fortune: The Part of Carloi, by Mr. Delane j Clodio, by Mr. Neale j Do� Chokricfc, Mr.Yate�j Pon Duart, Mr.Winftone; Antonio, Mr. Dovt j Chariso, Mr. Tafwdl; Governor, Mr.Bridges; Don Minne!, Mr. Crob j Sancho, Mr. Ray; Jaijuo, Mr. Anderfon Aajelina, Mrs. Ridoat; Elvira, Mrs, Croft; Honoria, Mils Horfington j And the Part of Louifa, by Mrs. Roberts. At  COMMON   PRICES. Places for the Boxes to be taken at the Stage-Door of the Theatre* To begin exactly at Six o'Clock. COVEN T-GARDE N.�---- AT the Theatre Royal in Covent-Gardcn, on Monday next, will be prefented a Comedy, calTd The WAY OF THE WORLD. The Part of Sir Wilful Witwoo'd by Mr. HrppUley; Mirabel, Mr. Ryan ; Wirwou'd, by Mr. Chapman ; Petulant, Mr. Woodward ; Fainall, Mr. Hale j Mnr.Fainali, Mrs. Stevens; Marwood, Mr*. Woodward jWaitwdl, Mr. Rofco; Lady WUhfbr't. Mrs. Mullaxt i Foible, Mn. Kilby j Mmdng, Mrs. Vincent; And the Part of Millamant by Mm. Hortoa. At  COMMON   PRICES. Places fot the Boxes to be taken of MrrPaje, at the Stije-Do�e of theTheaue. To begin exactly at Sit o'Clock.   Oa Wednefday next will be prefented the Tragical Hiftory of King  RICHARD the Third. .  To all Lovers, of MUSICK._- MR. Robert Renton, at thcCrow* and Cujbion, in Rujftl-Strut, Cavtnt-Gardin, begs Leave to return his hearty Thanks to hit w6ithy Cufiosners, who havtfa-vouxed him with their Company to hear Mr. Jaiet when Swag, and hopes the Continuance of their Fa�durs, for which Poipplej koine always willing to pJeafe, his worthy Friends, has engaged Mr. HOCHBRUKER, the famous Gtrman Barptr, from Rudtholt-Houfe, for the Seafon enfuing, and opens on Tuefday nextat Six o'Clock, and continues every Evening during the Seafon, where ail Perfona who intend to honout him with their Company, n�y depend on the beft of Liquors and Ulage, Robert Renton. 3- 9 Adyertiftmentsof* maderatt Length art s$kini� far ibis Pafer t Two Shilling each.   

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