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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 1, 1743, London, Middlesex                                S:. A T U RMY,  ccroB e r r,   #45. I)ealj September,ig.: HIS Morning, failed to the Waft-ward his Majefty's Ship'-Farnac*.  jrN.  t ^ Gravefend^JStpt. 29. ' Pafi'd by the Gregorius. Belbnan, from Bremen. The Sajrah-�nd4Jary> Fell, from Antigua, h arrived at Lancafter. ... The Society, Aqger, from Bilbos, at Briilol. L; O N P O N. Yefterday arrived the Mail,'from'Holland. The Bmftoefs of Raffia htepubliflKd a Mahifcfto concerning the late Plot againft her, which being too long to be infertedat�rjeferj^^ By dii� Pieccit appear*, *tnat Ithc] Margins deltotta, late Minito from the Queen of Hungary at Peterlburgb, and now refiding at Berlin tviih the Soot Character} was deeply concerned with the Plotters,, and gave them great Bocott-ragement by prbmlfirjg them *hp Affiftahce of Pruffia to go |hroog^-'t�|di:the''^efigik i/.'iftw'ICiiig qj PraJSa has already made a Declaration to jollify himfelf on this Head; bat the Court of Raffia irffifb Upon the'Queen of Hungiry's punching the Marquis de Botta for departing from his Character' ofan Embauador,. ' - t .-^WpAum. from[Copenhagen, that the Ruffian Minifter there has made ftrong Reprefentations about the Preparations for attacking Sweden, and declared by Order of the Eraprefs, that if the Danes fall, upon either the Swedes or the Datchy, of Holftein, (he,will look upon fach an Attack in the fame Light as if it were made upon the Ruffian Empire : But notwithftanding all thefe Reprefentations, the Court of Denmark goes, bn.as brifltly as ever with her warlike Preparations;' an Er^bugoTs^aid on all trie Darufh Vef-fels, in order to tranfoort Troops; the Regiments in? ^Barri-fon at Copenhagen, as well as fome other Troops, are in full March; the,Fleet has been reinforced with feveral Frames and Bomb Ketches, befides a great Number of other armed Vefieb; and two Ships of the Line with two Frigates are already gone to cruize in the Baltick, Letters from Vienna of the 25 th of September, N.S. .inform, us, that.thcQueen bad received a Courier from Prince Charles of Lorrain,' with an[.Account 0? *h$?I)ifpoiHiotv he has made for paffing.the Rhine, and the*pJjicojrie^.J�hich have-KUrded-the Execution of that Deiign i that, a Conference has been held at the Palace on this Occafion, the Refultof which has been fent to tbe Prince, importing, that he muft try every Method and Stratagem to execute this Paflage, and formount the Obftacles which the French throw in his Way. We hear from Thionville, that all the Troops in that Neighbourhood, as well as thofe at Bicke under the Command of the Duke de Boufflers, have received Orders to march for Landau. Advices from Paris of the 30th of laft Month, NS. fay, that the Sardinian Miniftor. having communicated to M. Amelot. Secretary of State, the Treaty concluded between the King his Mailer and the Queen of Hungary, the French Court fent Orders immediately to the Marquis de Senefierre, her Embaflador at Turin, to come home. According to Advices from Fribourg in Brifgau, dated Sept. 26, N.S. nothing material had yet happened between Prince Charles's Army and the French. The AuRrians ftill keep their Ground in the Ifland of Rhinmarck, and have compleated the Works at the Head of the -Bridge that joins to it: The French likewife occupy Part of the faid Ifland, and have fortified in an extraordinary Manner the Banks of Geifwsffer with Redoubts ,* fo that it is thought Prince Charles will not attempt the Paffage there, but go up as far ,' as Hunninguen. His Highnefs has received the Boats built itt Fribourg for the new Bridge which he intends to [throw acrofs the Rhine; there are 75 in all, each being 42 Feet in Length/ and feven in Breadth. Letter from tbe Hague, 08ober 7, N.S. * By Letters from the Army of the Allies,which came in * Yefterday, we hear, that the Troops were in Motion, in  5b! On Tburfday Evening as one Mr. Woodam, a Taylor, was walking thro* Middle-Row in Holborn, he was fud-denly taken ill, dropt down, and died immediately. High Water this Day at London-Bridge, at 46 Minutes after 9. DRURY-LAN E.- Not Afted thefe Four Tears. By His Majefifi Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre - Royal in Drury-Lane, this Day, will be prefented a Plajr, calTd The LONDON  MERCHANT: Or, The HISTORY of George Barnwell. . The Part of George Barnwell, by Mr. -w. Giffard 5 Thorowgood, Mr. Winftone ; Trueman, Mr. Crofs j Unde, Mr. Bridges j Blunt, Mr.Anderfon.  Maria, Mn. Ridout j Lucy, Mrs. Crofs j And the Part of Millwood by Mrs. Roberts. To which will be added a Farce �f Tvf0 A&�, call'd The   LYING   VALET. The Part of the Lying Valet by Mr. Yates; Gaylefs, Mr. An-derfon; Tuftice Guttle, Mr. Tafwell j Beau Trippit, Mr. Neale; Melifla, Mrs. Bennet; Mrs. Gadabout, Mrs. Egerton j Mrs. Trippit, Mrs. King ; Kitty Pry, Mn. Yates. At   COMMON   PR! C E S. Placet for the Boxes to be taken at the Stage-Door of the Theatre, To begin exaftly at Six o'Ctack. COVEN T-G A R D E N.-- AT the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, on Monday next, will be prefented the Tragedy of JANE      SHORE. The Part of Glofter, by Mr. Ryan j Haftingt, Mr. Hale j Du-mont, Mr. Bridgwater , Belmour, Mr. Caihel:; Ratcliff, Mr. Rofcoj Catelby, Mr. Gibfon.   Alicia, Mrs Woodward j And the Part of Jane Shore by Mrs. Horton. To which wiu be added a Farce, call'd The  LYING   V A L E T. With Entertainments of Dancing, by Mr. Villeneaye, and Mrav DeJagarde, and others. To begin exactly at Sir o'clock. This Day is publijh'd, (Price Three-pence,) ASecond Edition of the: two laft Papers^ (w'a. Of September the 17th and 24th,) in OLD ENGLAND, or the Confiitutional Journal. - -..  * Printed for B.Cowfe, Publisher, at the Globe in Pater-nofter Row. ' ' Bank Stock 14$' j 8ths.. India Ditto 18S. Soath.Se* Stock -in 1 half. Ditto Old Annuities 115 3 Sth�. Ditto New 115 3 4ths a 5 8thsr  Three pef Cent. Annuities 101 t half a �8ri�.:~ Ditto 1742,  tot 1 half * � t 8ths.'. "Dittp 1743, 09 7; 8ths.  Million Bank ,i 19. Equivalent m.   Royal AiTurance 80.  London Affu* ranee. 11 /Sths. En^iih Copper 4 I. 10 s.  Seven per Cent. Emperor's-Loan no Price.  Five per Cent ditto ;no 'Price. - Ifenk Cfrcvlation'61; 7 s;6d. Prein; India .Binds 4L rp\s.  Pr.  Three and a half Salt Tajlies; 3 .Fr.    Three and a. halfper Cefat. Exchajuer Orders -5Prem.. ThreeLper Cenr^/Dittoa Difc.- Lottery Tickets-u 1. 9 r.. 6d.        .   . G OO DM A N'S-F IELD S.- AT :the NEW WELLS the bottom- of Lmofcftreet, Goodman*t-T'nldt, this Day, will ke perform'd ' The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Rope-Dancing by Monf. JANNO, Monf. Guiliome, and Mr. Hoagh. Dancing by Mr. Carney, the two Maftera and Mils Granier, Mii Story, Mr. ChettJe, Mr. Hayes, and Mrs. Hough. And TUMBLING by Monf. JAtfNO, Monf. Movire, and Mr. Hough. Sereral New Songs by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunningham, and Mrs. HUL With feveral NEW EQUJLIBRES by the RUSSIA BOY, wfi� performs fevoiai ptixe new Ballancei. And the Surprifing Performances -of the Famous BATH MORRIS-DANCERS. To which will be added, feveral new Scenes in Grotefoue Characters, call'd The SAILOR's PROGRESS. 'the Humours of Wapping      Stepney. The Part of Harlequin, by Mr. Hayes \ Colombine, Mifs Story j 'Squire Noodle, Mr..Chettle } Lojpoob, Mr. Hough{ Sailors, Mr. Cunningham, Mr. Carney, and Monf. Granier j STEPNEY LANDLADY, by Mis. HILL > Mifi Brazen, Mils Jones} Mlfs Loveit, Mifi Smith \ Mils Dawdle* Mifa Evans. - The Whole to Conclude with- x DivertangDanee, call'd Vhfi H U M OCRS of the TtI MES, TbfjBloathi, Scms, emiMufick, being entirely ntm. s� Every One mill be tdmttedfvr a Pint offffne a-fiect as ufutf. To begin every Evening at Five o'Cloek. % Monf. GUILIOME will throw a Somerfct over Twenty Mens Heads. For the Benefit of Mr. CLEM E N/IY AT RUCKHOLT-HOU3E, near Low-Z41 ion' in Effem, on Monday next, will bo perfonn'd Ms*, DRYDEK!# ODE, caU'd L A    E�� R' s  F�,AS T.' ' CompofeJ by Mr. HANSEL. The Vocal Parts by Mr. Lowe, Mr.Baildon, Mr. Brett, andothem Tickets 3 s. which entities each Perfon to a Breakfaft, ai ufual, and a Book of the Entertainment. To begin at Eleven o'Cloek in the Morning. - In ibt AFTERNOON will be Singing by the fame Perfons, aa� feveral Solo's and Concerto's on different Inftrutnents. : -1 Admittance after Two o'Cloek One ShHling. Cofree-houfe behind the Royal-Exchange, and at the Place of Pt*> formance. This will be the laft /or this Seafon. The Marih-Gate and Temple-Mills will be free for that Dky. -z Admiralty-Office, Sept. 30, 1743._ 7/prHEREJS tiotwithfianding the Leav* of yibfence given tt tbe Company of bis Majeftfs Ship tbe Pembroke, expired on tbe $lft if lafi Month, and the Jd '^, "� or before the \oth of October, they will not only lofe tbe a* forefaid Wages, but if apprehended, will be tried at a Court Martial as Deferters, and be punijh'd to the utmoft Severity of the Law. Tho. Corbett. This Day ispublifb'd, Prce fiitch*d 40% ABrief Account of CALVI N's Burning SERVETUS for an HERETIC, formerly publiftei in four f the Papers called Tbe Old Whig, or Confident Protefiant. t The fecond Edition corrected, and ftxncwhat enlarged. By   GEORGE  BENSON. Printed for Noon, at the White Hart in Cheap&de; R. King, \5romu hi' rmi-flim, 'M.Tluuti,1 al- tht. Tmk'-�'ri" ad in Gracechurch-fireet j M. Cooper, at the Globe ha Pater-nofter Row. * Where may be had by the fame Author, An Anfwer to CAriuknity not founded on Argument, in three Parts. Advertifemmis of a moderate Length are taken in fa this Pap$r at Tm Sbillinis tacb. 0-/S- 

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