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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 30, 1743, London, Middlesex                                F R I D A iY*., Se'PTiEmw e r 3b,   1743. It*..- :i Zka/, September i%.        '     IRRIVED and (ailed for the Ri-ver, Jus Majeily-s Ship �yoo, from' Plymouth ; and the .Dolphin, from Ireland.: Arriredhis MajeftyYShip Gibraltar fr&n 9 praise i 'Jand itiman.with ,th  Gaines is fail'd. Windfi.byS-. >. Gravefind, Sept. ag.   Pafs'd ' by-Olive Branch, Long, from Archangel ; Happy Grevc, Chapman, from Lilbon rand White Lion, Harrifon, from--. �-       Arrived at feveral Ports.- The Greencaftle, Emmerton, from Jamaica, is arrived at Spithead;   . Thee Young Robert, Bever, from Sorinam, alfo at Spit-head. The Hope, Thompfon, from Barbadoes, at Cork. LONDON. Letters from Bologna advife, that the Auftrian Troops that are qaarter'd in the Ferrareze, have fent their Equipa-pages to Mantua, and that it was reckoned they 'would fpeedily begin their March, but as yet they know not whither. . Count Spada, the Great Duke of Tufcany's Minifter at the Court of Rome, died there the nth Inftant, N.S. of a Fit of Apoplexy. We hear from Drefden, that Count Lowendahl, who was a General in the Ruffian Troops, has obtained his Dif-. million, and defigns to enter into the Service of the King cf France, who will create a new German Regiment for his Sake. Extra8 of a Letter from Ratifbon, Sept. 26, N.S. * The City of Land&ot paid Homage to the Queen of. * Hungary the 23d Inftant, and every Thing pefied with * the atmoft Regularity and Qnietnefs.  Th� fame Cere- * mony is to be performed at Straubingen the 30th Inftant, � and as the Inhabitants feem.a'verfe tait, the Commandant * of Stadt-am-HofF has received Orders to march thither * To-morrow with his Gairilbn, to prevent any Difturban- * ces on this Occafion. 4 Upon Advice that the Homage in Qaeftion raifed * many Scruples ameng the Bavarians, the Court of Vienna � being willing to make thorn eafy on that Head, and at * the fame obviate.ahy Difturbances that might arife about � it, has thought fit to declare to them, " 1 hat the Cere-*' mony in Queftion is not properly a Homage, but only .�� a judiciai:A^i�hereby the Subjects of. the Electorate �' binds themlelves by Oath not to atcemptany thingigaTnft the Intereft of the Queen, but, on the contrary, to be " faithful to her, fo long as her Majefty (hall be in Poffef-*f fion of. thefe Countries, forafmuch as it is the propereft �' Means to maintain Tranquility therein, and procure the �� Good and Advantage of the Inhabitants, &c." The Princefs Louifa is certainly to depart for Holland To-morrow Morning, Orders having been given to the Yachts for that purpofe. The Royal Plate ha6 been deliver'd to the proper Perfons to be clean'd, in order to be ready for his Majefty's Return, who is expected here to keep his Birth-Day. x They work extraordinary Hours at his Majefty's Yards to fit out the Men of War, who are order'd for the Channel Service. Yefterday came on at Guildhall the Election of a Lord-Mayor of this City for the enfuing Year, when John Weft-ley, Efq; Alderman of Queenhith-Ward, was unanimoufly elected into that High Office, without Opposition. , Yefterday an Account came, that the Corker, Whaley, who was taken by a Spaniftj Privateer, in her Paffage from Barbadoes to Leverpool, is fiiice retaken by an Englilh Privateer, and carried into Rhode Ifland. The Young Batchelor, Griffiths, bound from New York to Jamaica, is loft in the Pauage. On Wednefday laft by an-Order from the Office of Ordnance 500 Beds with FurnitUTe^compleat, aind'divera other Naval St ores, was tent onboard the Elizabeth, Capt. Lee, bound to Gibraltar. ' The People at Woolwich belonging to the Train of Artillery, work inceflantly: Night and Day at the Elabora-tory, in preparing and .filling a Jafge Magazine of Cartouches and Bombfhells, that are fhortly to be employed on fome extraordinary Expedition. : ; >    - * - Two thoufand Puncheons of Bifcdt are order'd to be fbipp'd directly, for the Service of the Fleet under Admiral Matthews in the Mediterranean. r: On Wednefday Night laft a Fire happen'd in the upper Part of a Warehoufe in Maypole-Alley, near Wych-ftreet, which burnt with great Violence, and foon confumed that Part where it began ; but was happily extingutflied before it had communicated itfetf to the Xower Part of the Hoofe, in which were lodged Goods to the Amount of fome Thou-fand Pounds. Yefterday a Fire happen'd at the Houfe of Mr. Pollett, a Linnen-draper in Cri{pin:ftreet, Spittal-fields, which burnt the greateft Part of Goods in the Shop, but was happily extinguished by the Firemen before it did any farther Mifchief. Private Letters tragi. Paris intimate, thaiif Prince>Charles paries the Rhine, M. Noallles and M. Coigniy have Orders to retire without venturiDg^ Battle. By a Letter from Surinam, dated the 13 th of J&ly laft, we hare the foltowing^very melancholy'. Account of the Marder of-Capt, Charles.i^airiland Capt. Njewark Jack-fon^rfBoftbn,m"NftwEngland, withtwoother Perfons, on board a Schooner whereof Capt; Jac Won' was then Commander; aiid*CaptrtedanrMercfcint. About twe Months -ago they took^vb^^'.^^f^Schgqner. .at  Barbadoes, three Portuguese Fellows as. Seamsn^ and were bound from thence to.Cayan j butnot ^any Leagues.from Surinam, th^e Portugwfe Villains rofe in the Night, Iwbile moft of the People were at Reft, and kill'd'the Captains Jackfon and Ledain.the J5ook-keeper,; and-Capt. Jackfon's .Boy>. and wounded the Mate (William Blake) and the Boatiwain, but'-fpered their Lives, with two- Boys, to navigate the-VeiTel,-which they ordered the Mate^tt fteer, for Oronoque River, there being Spaniards; but thVe new Commanders not.un-derftanding Navigation, Mr-'Blake went to Currehtine, a Dutch Place, a little to Leeward of Surinam, where two of the Murderers were fecund and carried Frifoners to Surinam, but the other made his Efcape on Shore, and was not taken when the Veffel came away by whom we have this Account. *;� '       _ Oh.MondayJaft died, greatly'lamented,-at his Seat at Scutterflcelfe near Stockfley in YorklMre, Charles Bathurit, Efq; He was a Gentleman df excellent Senfeand diftin-guim'd Merit; his Gbod-Nature and Vivacity made him a' moftpleafant and agreeable Companion, and his great Abilities and Generofity made him a moft amiable and valuable Friend; ever ready, active, and vigilant in the Ser-' vice of any Caufe worthy bis Attention, in which he was remarkable for his indefatigable Application and .engaging Addrefs: And as his Honour and firm Integrity, never fuffer'd him to enter into the Interefts of a bad Caufe, he generally, fucceeded in his Intentions to promote a good One, with equal Credit to himfelf and Advantage to his Party.  A few Days fince died at Sutton in StaiFordfliire, the Rev. and Learned Mr. James Mordaunt, Rector jof thatParifli; a Gendemah universally lamented for his exemplary Piety, and found and Orthodox Principles. The Poor have re-ceiv'd a great Lofs, as he was a Gentleman ever ready to do all the good Offices he could. Wednefday in the Afternoon died at bis Houfe in Thames-Street, Mr. Tomkins, an eminent and wealthy Weft-India Merchant $ his Death is efteem'd a publick Lofs, for his many private and publick Charities. Yefterday Morning died in Green-ftreet near Grofvenor-fquare, Mr. Thomas Price, a noted Undertaker, and a Manefteem'd by his Acquaintance. On 1 ueiday laft died at Putney Richard Jones, Efq; a Gentleman of coniiderable Fortune. Yefterjtlay Robert Richardfon was committed to Clerken-well Bridewell by Col. De Veil, for felonioufly taking out of the Dwelling-houfe of Mr. John Blackman, a great. Quantity of Wearing Apparel, his Property, found upon him. Canterbury, September 28. On the Death of Mr. ROGER LAMMING, who died lately, at Margate, and left Twenty Iboufand Five Hundred and odd Pounds in Legacies to bis Relations ; 150 /. the leaf Legacy. ALAS he's dead .' Lamminius is no more f Juft took his Flight to the Elyfian Shore : Nor cou'd his Tboufands add another Span, Tho' he cou'd boaft much more than Thoufands can Of Length of Days beyond the Race of Man. Threescore Years and Ten, Man's Probation here ; Lamminius liv'd almoft One Hundred Year. When Fortune led him firft to plough the Deep, Like tender Infant, fore'd alone to creep: His Credit little, and his Wealth no more; Yet, bravely ftruggling, gain'd the adverfe Shore. In ftrict OEconomy hisTime was fpent; A giving Hand propitious Fortune fent: Smil'd on his little All with chearful Rays, And crowri'd with Plenty his long Length of Days. Thus blefs'd, he much to Chanty inclin'd, His numerous Kindred th' Effect did find. Thrice Twenty-four his copious Will declares To (hare his Riches, and commence his Heirs. Trace all the Globe, and there you'll hardly find, A noblerInftance of a gen'rous Mind : Whofe well-tim'd Bounty, both to Great and Small, Extends in juft Proportions to them all. But now he's gone, and left his AH behind, Attend the Dictates of a Friend inclin'd, Whofe found Advice the faithful Mufe wou'd give, Oh 1 learn to die, as you wou'd feign to live : Juft toyour Neighbours, frugal in your Store, For Roger Lamming ne'er will help you more : ' With Prudence manage what he got with Care, And, as you ought, his MeijMfy revere. -r High Water this Day at London-Bridge, at 29 Minutes after 8. : rib ?rice.�ftoKtg$o Price.SontkSei IJ8$hs... ^tb^bJd^Anriurtiea.'us: V&hs. Batik'Stocki 'Stock \ x\ j 5 {Ditto New't iJY'ffi^^&W^* ASBrntfeTioi '5 8ths: Pino f742;"roT5 8thsr" Ditto 174:%\ 99 3 4th*" a 7 8ths.  Million Bank 119, .Equivalent 110   Royal  Aflurance 80.  London'Affuraace 11.7 8tbai Englilh Copper 4I. 10 s.    Seven  per-. Cent* Emp�or?3 .J^oarwio) Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price.Bank?C�rcula2on 61. 78. 6d. Prem.; .�idia,K�ds4l.16s.Pr.: r*^baok and a half Salt Tallies 3 Pr. ; Three;/and^ a; .half per . Ceofc. Exchequer Order 5 Prem. :'Tbree p^FCent, D#or t2 Difc  Lottery Tickets u 1. 9 s. / .     '. : . D R U R Y-L A N E.^- NotAftedthefeFour Tear)'.*" By HisMajefifs Company of-Comedians; AT the. Theatre -Royar;m'Drury^�anc, To-morrow, will be prefcntcda-PIay, call'd       - The LONDON MERCHANT t Or, TKe HISTORY of George Ba r,n.well. ThtParf of George.Barnwell, by Mr.^.Giftwi-j.T^orowpA}, Mr. Wiaftoae j Trueman, Mr. Crcfs} Uncle, Mr. Bridges j Blunt, .-Mr. AncSer/on.  Maria, Mn. Ridout} Lucy, Mrs. Crofsj ' And the Part of Millwood by m�, Roberts, > With Entertainments, u will be, exprefi'4 in the Bills o/the Day. At  COMMON   PRICES.. Places for the Boxes to be taken at the Stage-Door, of the Theatre, To begin exaaiy at Six o'Cipde.. CO V EN T-G A R.D EN AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, thit Day, will beprefented a .Comedy, call'd RULE A WIFE AND HAVE A WIFE. The Part of the Copper Captain, by Mr. Ryan j Leon, byMr� Bridgwater j Cacafogo, Mr. Marten j Old Woman, Mr. Hippi/ley j Duie, Mr. Rofco j Don Juan, Mr. Caℓ Alonzo, Mr. Gib-fon j Ssmchio, Mr. Anderfoa. Margarita, by Mrs.Steyens} Altea, Mrs.Mullart ; Clara, Mifi Hillyard; And the Part of Eftifania by.Mrs.Horton. To which will be added a Farce, call'd An OLD MAN TAUGHT WISDOM; OR, The Virgin Unmask.'d. The Part of Mil's Lucy by Mife Hippifley; Goodwill, Mr. Rofco; Blifter, Mr. Marten; Coupee, Mr. Woodward r Quaver, MrrBen-craft; Wormwood, Mr. Stoppelaer} Thomas, Mr, Anderfon. With Entertainment* of Dancing, by Mr. Villeneuve, and Mrs. Delagarde. At COMMON  PRICES. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Page, .atthe Stage-Sojg of the Theatre. To begin exactly at Sir o'Clocfc. G O O D M A N'S-F I E L D S. AT the NEW WELLS the bottom of LaHcnfriet, Goodman't-Fitldt, this Day, will be perform'4 - The U S UA L D I V ERS ION S. With Rope-Dancing by Monf. JANNO, Monf. Guiliome, and Mr. Hough. Dancing by Mr. Carney, the two Mailers and Mils Granier, MiA Story, Mr. Chettle, Mr. Hayes, and Mrs. Hough. And 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 Balances. And the Surpriiing Performance* of the Famous BATH   MORRIS-DANCERS. To which will be added, feveral new Scenes in Grotefque Characters, calTd The SAILOR's PROGRESS. O R, The Humours of Wapping and Stepney. The Part of Harlequin, by Mr. Hayes ; Colombine, Mifi Story 5 'Squire Noodle, Mr. Chettle ; Lolpoop, Mr. Hough j Sailors, Mr* Cunningham, Mr. Carney, and Monf. Granier j STEPNEY LANDLADY, by Mrs. HILL ; Mifs Brazen, Mif* Jones j MifsLoveit, Mifi Smith} Mifs Dawdlej, Mifs Evans. The Whole to Conclude with a Diverting Dance, call'd Ihe HUMOURS of the T I M E S, TbeCloatbt, Scttut, and Mufick, being entirely rum. %* Every One will be admitted for a Pint ofWinta-ficctat ujual. To begin every Evening at Five o* Clock. %* Monf. GUILIOME will throw a Somerfet over Twenty Mens Heads. For the Benefit of Mr. CLEMENT. AT RUCKHOLT-HOUSE, near Low-Lajton in EJJe*, on Menday next, will be perform'd Mr, DRYDEN's ODE, call'd ALEXANDER'S  FEAST. Composed by Mr. HANDEL. The Vocal Parts by Mr; Lowe, Mr.Baildon, Mr. Brett, and others. Tickets 3 s. which entitles each Perfon to a Breakfaft, as ufuaJ, and a Book of the Entertainment. To begin at Eleven o'Clock'in the Morning.. In the AFTERNOON will be Singing by the fame Perfons, an* feveral Solo's and Concerto's on different Inftruments. Admittance after Two o'clock One Shilling. Tickets to be had at Mr. Wenman's Punch-hoafe, and Grigiby's Coffee-houfe behind the Royal-Exchange, and at the Place of Performance. - This will be the laft for this Seafon. The MarA-Gate and Tcmple-MUIs will be free for that Day. Mvertifements of a maderate Length are taken in for this Paper at TwiStoU'iny each.   

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