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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 5, 1743, London, Middlesex The London Daily Poft, and General ;Advertifer. NvMB.2 793- WEDNESDAY, Octob e r 5, 1743. Deal, Oftober 4. HIS Morning failed to the Northward the Salamander Bomb. Came down and faii'd Halfey and Sutler, for Liverpool. Arrived the South'River Merchant, Hall, from Maryland; and a Ship from' ;< Carolina, but her Name is not known. Wind N.W.byN. The Italian Merchant, Perryman, from London, and Grnoa, is arrived at Venice. The Edward and Mary, Littler ; and the Webftcr, Stephens, from London, at Dublin. LONDON. Yeflerday arrived the Mail from Holland, one from France Hill remaining doe. Letters from Constantinople advife, that the Grand Vizir has put off his Departare for Alia, whither the Ottoman Troops continue to file off, in Expectation of an Aniwer from Schach Nadir to fome new Propofals that hare been made him ; but if that Anfwer does not prove fatis-faclory, the Porte will play off againft the Schach a certain Prince that is lately arrived in the Turkifh Dominions, and is faid to be a Son or Nephew of the late Schach Thamas who was dethroned. The Turks are in Hopes of doing great Matters with this Prince, it being faid, that there are great Numbers of Perfians, who ftill have a great Veneration and Affcftion for the Family of the ancient SophiV Thefe Letters add, that Schach Nadir has made hitnfelf Mailer of the City of Kirkut on the Frontiers of Mefopot tamia, and is fince advanced further into the Turkifh. Dominions. - From Manheim and Spire they write, that the Army of the Allies refumed their March the 5thinft. N.S. towards, the Queich j that the Duke of Cumberland led the Van Guard, and that they began the lame Day todemorifti the Lines near that River. The Velt MarSjal Count Brown fet oat from the Army the Day before, iniorder to execute a Commiffion with Prince Charles of Lorrain relating to the Operations for the Remainder of this Campaign. -By Letters from Bafil we find, the People of that Town are fomewhat furprifed that Prince Charles of Lorrain. has not made a frefh Attempt to pafs the Rhine, fince h� had brought into the Neighbourhood of Rbraweller all the Pontoons and Boats which he ordered to be made at Fribourg : but after all the Motions and Preparations^Jatfcry made by his Army, no more than 100 Men have paffed the River, $nd thofe returned in great Halle. They fend us a Report from Manheim, that the Aullrian Huflars in the Confederate Army have furprized the Town of Biche in Lorrain. According to Advices from Francfort of the 6th Infant, N fix Regiment of Prince Charles's Army and a large Detachment of Croats, Hufiars, &c. are in full March towards the Lower Rhine, where a Bridge is laid for them at Schrech, that they rmy join the Allies. The latter were then in that Neighbourhood. Some think that the King will undertake the Siege of Landau, but others will have it that his Majefly is more intent upon fettling the Winter-Quarters,, it being too.late to. venture upon fo tough a Bit as' Landau : They alfo tell us, that the Head-Quarters will be elablUhed at Spires or Worm�y or fome other Town not far ojF, but they can't tell where j and that the Light-Horfe in-the Army will pafs their Time this Winter in harrafling the French, and raifing, or, at leaft, demanding Contributions in Alface, Lorrain, &c. &c. By the fame Advices we leara that Ma'flifll Noailles has thrown frefh Troops into the Lines of Lauterbourg,.which the Allies thought to have
ury-Lanea To-morrow, wiJ] be prefented a Tragedj, eall'd ' " ' The OR P H A N 5 O R, The Unhappy Marriage. Acafto by Mr. Bridges; Caflalio, by Mr. Dam's ; Polydpre, Mr. Giffard ; Chamant, Mr. Delane f Chaplain, Mr. Crb/s. Serina, Mrs.Ridout; FJorella, Mrs. Berinet; And the Part of Monimia.by Mrs. GIFFARD, (Being the firft Time of her appearing on that Stage thefe four Yean.) To whicti'-will be added a Farce of Tv Violatioo of Treaties, that they are no more than a neceffary Precaution the King of France has been forced to^take for the Security "ofhft Subjects j occafioned hy the late Conduit of his Britapoick Ma-jtfty, &e. > , Advertifmsn\s af a mderatt Length art taken infer this? apt? nt Tw Sbillings task
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