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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 4, 1743, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 2 72** //TfU E S D A Y,  Octob er 4,   1743. jHE Gibraltar and Fdrnace Bomb �reeled fo"r the River. .Arriyed; and failed his MajeftyV Sfiip the ief and Po/i^iioudi .Store-:, Arrived ajid remain the ^Salamander Bomb. < Sailed the lAnplope, Morrice, for Figura.  Wind N.N.W.   , Grave/aid, 08. 2.   Pafs'd by the John, Cole, from Dant-Bennet, from Bofton, who came luck; and Induftry, tforth-abptot. ; - Thef^bkejof/Richmond, Joad, frtm leghorn, it ar-Tived *m tBe^Dotohs. The Unity, Graham, from Dumfries, at Virginia. Tlje Indian Queen, Maxwell, from London, alfo at Virginia.    - L O N DO N. Befidesf the Anfwers made by the Corficans to the Articles offered them by the Republick of Genoa, of which we gaye'ah'Account iri'onr Paper.of the i^th of iaft Month, they bavt made the following new Demands upon the Genoefe. _ 1. All the Treaties that mall be made hereafter between the Kingdom bfCorica and the Kepubjick, fiiali be of no Force, until .the Towns, Provinces,,;^^ue$:^nd-{|riyile^:. ged Ferfons, and; finally; aU_the.L6^t.p�^'4'�h^;d6mr \ even thofe who refide" in iTfrra'Arffl^V/f^^^^C^^'^ir-.j Confent thereto; for which Parpofe fix Months fliall b'eajl", lowed them to appear and give their Vote, either riii Perfon er by Proxy. 2. The Corficans may, independent"of. the Republick, found Colleges, build Monasteries, and all other publick Edifices. 3. They may ctrr^oh a freeTrade with any Nation they pleafe, and import and export all Sorts of Goods-arid Merchandizes free of all Duties "-jThey (hall likewife have.the Liberty to let up Manufactories of Lead and other Metals, and to trade freely therewith. 4. There fhall be two Senates, viz. one at Baftia,-and another at Ajaccioj before which all Civil arid Crimi nal Caufes fha)l be deterniinipd"-: ^hofc jribunals fhall be fitted up with Natives of the Kingdoim.^ For the fettling of a more folid Government, new Laws fhall be made, batftill without invading tbe Privileges of particular Provincer: 5: The old Nobility and Gentry mail be put ott fuch a Footing as they ought to. bej, and treated upon.* Par with the Genoefe Noblefle ; and all other Families that may be found worthy of it, fhall be admitted among them. The Baronies fhall be put on the bid Footing again, and re efta-. blifhed in all the PrivilegeX ufiirped from Stem,: that fd the Kingdom may be reftored to its former Splendor. Ail Civil and Military Governments fhall be in the Hands-of, the Corficans, except one fingle Genoefe Governor. MaJ-' giftr'ates fhall like wife be appointed, to take Care of Agriculture and procure Plenty in the Kingdom. The Guaranty of Come Potentates, at the Option of the Wanders, fhall be given, as a Security for the Laws and Treaties that may be made. 6. But if the RepubHck will not confent to reftore the Kingdom to its former Conditions, the Corficans are rev folved to continue the War, and fhed the laft Drop of their Blood in Defence of their Rights ,and Liberties. Letters from Genoa fay, that the Senate does not feem in the lead inclined to grant thefe Demands; but, however, Litvthe/Pcblick do not yet evcry Day, in order to put him-felf *t??the Head of a Boo*^ Troops . but they yet guefi whether he .s to ^jHoftilitfa on the Side of Flanders, or to march towards theSj,jne- The French King... has granted'afHVent to the Sieur Laordireau, ofFomainebleau, for the foK^ang of Can--nons and Mortars with- forged Iron',' WMj ^inuch; ftronger, lefs expenfive, and much lighter tSW-^e Artillery now ufed, and will carry a Ball, as far with>^j�-Charge of Powder. A Trial of this new invented Artillery hai been made in Prefence of the Commiflaries of the Train and fome Members of the Royal Academy of Sciences/ which anfwered the Expectations given them by the Author. It is now faid that the Departure of the Princefs Louifa isdefen'd till the Arrival of an Exprefc from his Ma-jefty. Yefterday Morning the Lady of William Baker, Efq; Alderman of Baffijbaw Ward, was fafcly delivered of a Son. ., fhe fame Day a great Quantity of Gold and Silver was brought to the Bank, from on board the Lyon Man of War, lately arrived from Jamaica. On Thurfday lalt John. Berrow, Efq; was fworn Mayor of Briflol, for tbe ending Year. The fame Day Ifaac Elton, and John Durbm, Efqrc. were fworn Sheriffs. On the z$th pafti John Cornelius, Efq; and ,Mr. John jerumi were iworn into; the Office of Bailiffs of Ipf-wich, for the Year enfuing.* ,:r The fame Day Jbfeph'Neecb, Efq; was fworn into the Office of Mayor of Yarmouth, for the Year enfuing. -:;i 0n Monday fe'nnight came on at Exeter the Election of a Mayor.\'forfthe.vYear enfuing, when Mr.-Alderman Cur lorn, and PhilipElftdh, Efq; were put in Nomination j which ended the'nejee Day, 'when; on calling ijprtheP61l, -Mr.Elfton had a Majority of rj7,'and was therengbn declared duly ele&ed.. Yefterday the Mary, Coates, with a valuable Cargoe on board, from Hudfon's Bay, arrived in the River, They write from Norwich/ that on Saturday fe'nnight the; Rer. Mr. Nunn Pretyman was inftituted by the Lord Bifhop to^ ithe.Recldryrbf Cottoil. .. On the Monday following, the JRev. Mr. Thomas Pre-; tyman was inftituted to the Rectory of Froftenden.    ' On Tucfday the* Rev. Mr':- Henry Hill was inftituted to to Rectory of Buxhall.   And .. fl&Kn Friday the Hon. Henry Hervey, Clerk, Son to the Right Hon. the Earl of Briftol, was inftituted to the Rectory of Shottcrly ; All ia Suffolk. *    S C O T L A N D.      .   . Etlittbrkgb, September 27. Extra3 of a tetter from $� board bit Majefiyi Ship the. Folkftone, in Leghorn Road, dated Auguji 6. ^   ' As we came, lately from Turkey, the French mali-' cioafly fpread a Report, that we bad got the Plague on -* board our Ship,, and caufed it inddftn'aufly to be infinua-i>* ted to* Admiral'Matriiewsi thar we had buried 200 Men, ' and-were-gone in a deplorable Condition to Minorca, ' This Alarm gave the Admiral great Concern, fearing we ' fhould meet with fome other of his Ma jelly's Ships, and '� have Communication with them ; who thereupon feni * Orders to the Conful at Leghorn, in Cafe we fheuld touch < there,: that we fhould by no Means.have Communication * with any of his Majefty's Ships, till we had further Or- * ders from him. But, thank God, we have convinced the * People at Leghorn how far tbe Report was falfeV we have < but one fick Man oat of 250, and have not buried one * Man. thefe fix Months.   We fail this Night to go to the * Admiral, when it will be an agreeable Surprize to him .* to find us all in Health.   We are not fuffered to go on � Shore here, neither will they receive any Thing from us, * but- a Letter, and that is firft Unck upon a Cane, and * ifmoaked with Straw.   We are refolved te.Vincent. To which will be added a Fares, eall'd The  DEVIL  TO  PAY? O R, The Wives Metamorphosed; The Part of Sir John Lorerole by Mr. H AYMAV, Jekfon by Mr. DUN STALL, Nell by Mb. DUNSTALLV fiBting tbt firfi Timt of tbtir appeariug oa that Stage.) �n4 of a4>IL"~^n.,neats �* Dancing between the Atls, vi�. "�^Bajtet, by Mr. Villenenve, Mn. Delagarde* End of the Play.  A newlfo>tfe$r�� Delagarde, Mr. Riehardfon, Mr. Dda^byMr. VUJeneo�e, Mm tefont. ^^Lsbrnn, Sad Mn* At COMMON  F RIClL Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Paje, at "Js^>c-f the Theatre. * ^^CW- T� begin exiflly at Six o'clock. ^� 1q   be   SOL D,-- AChefnuc Gelding, coming fix Years old, fit to go upon a- Jootney, perfe&Iy frefli and found. Engirt at the L�aoa-Tre� ia Bsdfardbury, near dw Mewi. - Mwrtifemtnts   a moderate Lsj%th an t*ke& m fa tbii Paftr *t Tm Shilling �uk% o-3 o .4 m   

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