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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 29, 1743, London, Middlesex The London Daily Poft, and General Advertifer. Numb.2758. T H U RS DAY, September 29, 1743. Deal, September 27. tAME down and failed thro' ihe John, Inches, f r Boflon ; and Sufennah, Wad ham, for Lifbon. Came down and remain his Ma-jefty's Ship Furnace j and the Ferret, Garret, for Gainey. Wind E.N.E. - Grave/end, Sept. 27. Pafs'd by Branftead, Jarvis ; and Ghri." ftian, Lee, from Virginia j the Two Brothers, Hanfon, from Norway i arid the St. Peter, Nifes, from Bilboa. Arrived at federal Ports. * The Happy Greve, Chapman, from St. JCitts, is arrived, off Dover. "The.Britannia� Moncuer, from London, at St. Kkts. The Antigua Packet; Lefley, from Antigua, at Pen-zance. The James, Bell, from London, at Antigua. The* Robert, Butler, from Antigua ; and Cumberland, White, from Barbadoes, at Leverpool. The William, Smith, from Virginia, at Whitehaven. LONDON. Yeflerday arrived the Mail from France. Letters from Vienna fay, that they expeft Prince Charles of Lorrain there at the End of the Campaign, and that his Marriage with* the Archdutchefs Mary Anne, Sifter to the Queen ofHungary, will be declared before the End of this Year; ; The Great Duke of Tufcany's Journey to the Rhine is laid afide fdr this Campaign. ExtraSt of a Letter from Brujfels, Sept. 30, N.S. ' Preparations are making here for the Inauguration of ' the Queen of Hungary, as Sovereign of thefe Provinces ; ��� but we are told, that this Ceremony will not be perform'd * till the Arrival of Prince Charles of Lorrain, who is ex-� peSed here as foon as the Campaign is oyer, We have ' received Advice, that-the French Detachment which ex-� pelled the Marlhalfey-Officers from the Abbey of St. � Hubert, have fince carried off three Religious of the * Abbey of Orval in the Dutchy of Luxembourg, andin-� tend to keep them until we fend back thofe of the Abbey ' of St. Hubert, whom we have carried to Luxembourg. < We have this Moment received Intelligence, that another ' French Detachment has carried off feveral more Reli- * gious of the Abbey of St. Hubert, together with the ' Archives and theTreafure of the Abbey.' This laft Circumftance is confirmed by Letters from Paris, which fay, that the faid Treafure amounts to five -Millions of Li vres, and that the French have conveyed it to SedaD, left the Huffarsihould come to feize upon it. Letters from Berlin inform us, that the King of Prnffia, fince < his Return to Potzdam from Franconia, has fehi for feveral of his Minifters and Generals; that theVeldtMar-(hal Prince of Holftein-Beck has repaired thither among the reft, and that Lieutenant General Kalckftein is alfo arrived fromPiuffia. According to Advices from Paris, Orders are iffued.for careening all the Men of War and Gallies in the Ports of the Mediterranean. It is certain (fay they) that the Troops of the Allies on the Rhine are preparing to take up Winter-Quarters ; but where, is more than they can-telL at prefent.. The Report of the Count de Saxe's paffing the Rhine with. 2 5000 Men, and defeating a Body of 15000 Auftrians, they now look upon as groundless, no Courier being arrived at Verfailles with a Confirmation of it, as they exp'efled : However, it feems, they had fomething to, fay about the Count de Saxe, and that is, that MarOial Noailleshad left 20 Bataliions and 40 Squadrons under his Command, and began his March with the greateft Part of his Anny'towards Fort Louis, which he intends'-to vifit as well as fome other Pofts along the Rhine, and then keep at Hand to aft in Concert with Marflial Coigny, if he fees Occafion. �- Letters from Marfhal Coigny's Army fay, that the Au-flrians make no further. Motions tor penetrate into Alface, and that their Batteries on the HU1 .(the Reader may guefs, if he can, what Hill; perhaps they mean fome Hill in the -IiUfldt of Rhinmarck) are filent: That Prince Charles field a Grand Council of War the 26th Inffant, N.S. to which all the old Officers were called ; and that after mature Deliberation, no Body but his (Serene Highhels was fbr pafiing the Rhine ; upon which he difpatched a Courier to Vienna, for further Inftruftions on this Head. Tire Marquis;de Ba-lincourt was throwing up Intrench ments at his Poll hear Rheinweliers, in order to cover "his Men from the Fire of the Auftrian Cannon and Mortars, which play.conftantly uppnihem. Prince Charles is likewife making [ntrench-rnents in the Ifland-of Rhinmarck ; from whence they prc-fume, that he intends to keep his Ground there all the Winter. In Conclufion they tell us, thatMarflial Coigny's Army is at laft encreafed to 80,000 Men by the Reinforcements it has received lately ; notwithftanding which, they are throwing Up new Works every Day, in order to defend aPaflage, which, they fay, they would have no Reafon to fear, were Prince Charles's Army even twice as ftrong as it isw ., . . �� We alfo hear from Paris, that the Princes of the Blood are expefted Home from the Army! by the 20th of November, N.S, Yefterday Mr. Alderman Ladbroke, and Mr. Alderman Calvert, were fworn at Guildhall into the Office of Sheriffs of this City and County of Middlefex for the Year en-fuing. Thurfday laft being the Anniverfary Meeting of the Sons of the Clergy, at Newcaftle, the Rev. Mr. Fetherftonhaugh preach'd an excellent Sermon before them, at St. Nicholas Church, fuitable to /the Occafion, from _Heb. xiii. 16. The Gdlleftiort amounted to 2371. The Rev. Mr. Keene, Reftor,of Stanhope, the Rev. Mr. Rbbinfon of Seaham, the Rev. Mr. Oufion of Kirk-harle, the Rev. Mr. Wooi-fali ofTweed mouth, and Mr. Jofeph Gamul of Newcafile, are appointed Stewards for the Year enfuing; and the Rev. Mr/Lloyd, of Ryton, Preacher. We have certain Advice from feveral Parts of Cumberland, that there is fuch large Quantities of French Brandies conflantly run from the lfle of Man there, that the Coniac Brandies are bought for 3 s. per Gallon j fo that Punch is the common Liquor now drank, to the great Difcourage-ment of the Malt Trade. We hear that the Juftices of the Peace for the Tower Divifion. ihteiid to follow the laudable Example of John Elliot, and Francis Hole, Efq; in' fuppreffing Mile-End Fair,: after the Expiration of three. Days : It is hoped alfo, that their Clerks will be as diligent in affifting to execute their Orders, as was done by Mr. Mongomery their Clerk. Yeflerday a large Quantity of Tea was feized in Dirty-lane, Weftminfler, by fome of his Majefty's Officers, and carryed under a ftrong Guard to the Cuftom-houfe. We hear from Tewkfbury in Gloucefterfhire, that on Sunday fe'nnight in the Evening three Men of that Town robb'd a young Woman, in an adjacent Field, and afterwards attempted to ravifh her, but were p evented : The next Day they were all apprehended, on the Information of the faid Woman ; but Collins, the Principal Adlor in this Villany, made his Efcape, as they were carrying him Goal. On Saturday laft two Soldiers belonging to General Guife's Regiment, quarter'd at Gloucelter, qnarrell'd and fought, (tne one a Scotchman, the other an Irifhman) _ and in the Courfe of the Engagement the former gave the latter three private Stabs with a Pen-knife, fo that his Life is defpair'd of. On Thurfday laft died at Earl-Court near Brump'on, Jofeph Wright, Efq; a Gentleman of very confiderable Fortune. On Tuefday died at Plaiftow in Effex, Mr. Day, an eminent Attorney of Gray's-Inn ; who went out of Town inperfefl Health on Saturday laft. Yefterday Morning died, at his Houfe in Lombard ftreet, of a Fit of the Stone, Mr. Pepys, an eminent Banker, and a Gentleman of very confiderable Fortune. On Tuefday Night laft died, at his Houfe in Addle-* ftreet near Aldern anbury, Mr. Giles, a Brafier, of very confiderable Bufinefs, and elieem'd an ingenious Artift-; he was the Perfon employed lately to ir.ead the Crofs of St. Paul's Cathedral. Yefterday William Willis, was committed to Clerken-well Biidewell, by "Col. Veil, for felonioufly taking out of the Dwelling-houfe of Capt Colthorpe Clayton, a Piftol capt, and garnifh'd with Silver, found upon him. SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, Sept. 22. They writs from Montrofe, that atajuftice of Peace Meeting, lately held in that Town, there were many Perfons profearted before the faid Court for retailing fpiritaous Liquors (not being Aquavitae) without fifft. taking out Licences as the Law direfts ; fifteen whereof were convicled, and fined in a Guinea each, being the firft Fault, but the Juftices declar'd it as their Refo-Iution; that, if any Perfons were hereafter convifted of the faid OfRnce, they mould be fined in Terms of Law. Yefterday the feveraUncorpotations of this City, pre-fented their Deacons to the Lord Provoftacd Magiftrates ; when the following were chofen Council Deacons, viz. Mr. James Norrie, Deacon of the Wrights -, Mr. John Craig, Deacon of che Shoe-makers; Mr. David Donaldfon, 'Deacon of the Glovers. Letters by the laft Poft advife, that on the 8th of Auguft laft died, at Madrid, the Rev. Father William Clerk, aged 88 Years, Confeffor for about 30 Years to the prefent King of Spain. His Father was Mr. William Clerk, one of the Faculty of Advocates in Scotland, and who was nominated a Senator of the College of Juftice, but died before his Commiffion was recorded. This Gentleman had alfo �another Son, Alexander, who was Confeffor to che laft Great Duke of Tufcany, and was commonly defigned Fa^ ther Cofmo Clerk ; alfo a Daughter Ifabel, married to Mi-jar Peter Gordon^ who died a Governor of Penfylvania. This William, who died at Madrid, was bred a Writer in Edinburgh, with Mr. Hardy, Writer to the Signet, at the Deijre of Sir Mark.Carle, of Cockpen, his Uncle ; but going abroad, went into Holy QWers. High Water this Day at London-Bridge, at 13 Minutes after 7. * � � . . Bank Stock 148 1 half a 7 8ths a i half India Ditto no Price. South Sea Stock 111 1 8th a I 4th. Ditto Old Annuities 1153 8ths. Ditto New 113 3 4ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 101 5 8ths. Ditto 1.742,, 101 5 8ths. Ditro i743� 99 3 4ths- Million Bank 119. Equivalent 111. Royal Afluiance 80. London Affurance 11 7 8ths. Engtilh Copper 4 I. 10 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto 78 3 4ths. Bank Circulation 61. 7 s. 6d. Prem. India Bonds 4I. 16 s. a 17 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Pr. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Order 5 Prem. Three per Cent. Ditto z Difc. Lottery Tickets 111. 7 s. 6d. DR.URY-LANE. By His Myeftfs Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre r Royal in Drury-Lanc, this Day, will be prefenred 3, Play, call'd O R O O NO K O. The Part of Oroenoko by Mr. Delane Aboafc by Mr. Giffird Blandford, Mr. W. Giffard ; Capt. Driver, MrTrafweJl j Daniej" Mr. NeaJe; Stanmqre, Mr. Winftone ; Jack Stanmore, Mr. Ray ; Governor, Mr. Bridges; Hotmail, Mr. Anderfon. Widow Lackit, Mrs. Crofs 5 Charlotte Weldon, Mrs. Ridout; Lacy Weldon, Mrs* Bennet; And the Part of Imoiada by Mrs. Roberts. To which will be added a Farce of Tvf o A�b, call'd The LYING VALET. The Part of the Lying Valet by Mr. Yates j Gaylefs, Mr. Anderfon ; Juftice Guttle, Mr. Tafwell j Beau Trippit, Mr, Nealej MelifTa, Mrs. Bennet ; Mrs. Gadabout, Mrs. Egcrton ; Mrs, Trippit, Mrs. King j Kitty Pry, Mrs. Yates. 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-GARDEN. AT the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, To-morrow, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd RULE A WIFE AND HAVE A WIFE. The Part of the Copper Captain, by Mr. Ryan; Leon, by Mr., Bridgwater j Cacafbgo, Mr. Marten j Old Woman, Mr. Hippifley ; Duke, Mr. Rofcoj Don Juan, Mr. Caftellj Aloazo, Mr. Gib-fon ; Sanchio, Mr. Anderfon. Margarita, by Mrs. Stevens; Altea/ Mrs.Mullart ; Clara, Mifs HiJlyard; And the Part of Eftifania by Mrs. Horton. To which will be added a Farce, call'd An OLD MAN TAUGHT WISDOM 5 o R, The Virgin Unmask'd. The Ptrt of Mifs Lucy by Mifs Hippifley j Goodwill, Mr. Refeo; BMer, Mr. Marten ; Coupee, Mr. Woodward ; Quaver, Mr, Ben-craft ; Wormwood, Mr. Stoppelaer; Thomas, Mr. Anderfon. With Entertainments of Dancing, by Mr. Villeneuve, and Mrs. Delagarde. To begin exactly at Six o'clock. G O O D M A N'S-F I E L D S.- AT the NEW WELLS the bottom of Lemon-ftrtet, Goodman"i-Fields, this Day, will be perform'd The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Rope-Dancing by Monf. JANNO, Monf. Guiliome, and Mr. Hough. Dancing by Mr, Carney, the two Mafters and Miis Granier, Mifk Story, Mr. Chettle, Mr. Hayes, and Mrs. Hough. Ajid TUMBLING by Monf. JANNO, Monf. Movire, and Mr. Hough, Several New Songs by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunningham, and Mrs. HilL With feveral NEW EQU1LIBRES by the RUSSIA boy, wh� performs feveral entire new Ballances. And the Surprifing Performances, of the Famous BATH MORRIS-DANCERS. To which will be added, feveral new Scenes in Grotefquc Characters, call'd The SAILOR'S PROGRESS. o R, fhe Humours of Wapping and Stepney. The Part of Harlequin, by Mr. Hayes j Colombine, Mils Story ; 'Squire Noodle, Mr. Chettle ; Lolpoop, Mr. Hough ; Sailors, Mr. Cunningham, Mr. Carney, and Monf. Granier ; STEPNEY LANDLADY, by Mrs. HILL } Mifs Brazen, Mifs Jones j Mifs Loveit, Mifs Smith j Mifs Dawdle, Mifs Evans. The Whole to Conclude with a Diverting Dance, call'd Ihe HUMOURSc/ the. T I M E, S. TbiCloatbs, Settles, and Mufick, being entirely nnxr. %* Every One ivill be admitted for a Pint ofWinta-fitetat vfual. To begin every Evening at Five o'Clock. %* Monf. GUILIOME will throw a Somerfct over Twenty Mens Heads. /ITa General Meeting on Tuefdey of the Li- very men of this City at Vintners-Hall, it was unani-moufly agreed to fupport the Nomination of ROBERT WESTLEY, Efq; ALDERMAN and "MERCHANT-TAYLOR, AND HENRY MARSHALL, Efq; ALDERMAN and DRAPER, As proper Perfons to be returned to the Court of Aldermen this Day, fbr their Choioof one of them 19 be Lord-Mayof of this City for the Tear enfuing. -3*6 2: 6 -2:6 Advertifements of a moderate Length are taken in for this Paper at Two Shi/lings ta
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