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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 6, 1743, London, Middlesex                                on Daily Poft, and T H UR S DA Y,  Oc^obe r 6r 1743. Deal, Offoher 5. RRIVED the Italian Merchant,i Carteret; and Phaentx* Ellis, for Leghorn \ Hofliand ; and �� . � , Wood, fromBarbadoes; and Georgia Packet, Thompfon, from Georgia. Wind N.N.W. Gremefend, OS. 4. Pafc'd by, Duke Demar, Tiller; from Boloign; Sarah, Fandick, from Damaick; Robert and Jean, Ponton, from Coningfbarg j and Friend/hip, Aachterloh// fcom Riga. Arrived at feveral Ports. The London-Merchant, Hill; from London, is arrived at Dublin.      . \ The Three Friends, from New-EngMnd, at St. Kitti. The HatherfaU, Clark, from Barbadoet, in the Downi. L O N D ON. Carlton~Ho*fe, O Sober 5. Tsefday next, the nthlnft. being the Amurerfaryof his Majefty's Coronation, their Royal Highneffes the Prince and Princeft of Wales will fte Company at Carlton-Honfe. * " Yefterday there was a frefii Report, that a Part of Prince Chart's Army, confuting of 40,000 Men, with his Royal Highnefs at the Head of them, have paffed the Rhine.--The many falfe Accounts we have had, of this fo much wifh'd-ftr Event, make as very diffident of Belief; but at the Report has fome face of Probability, we thought it not improper to infert it.--They tell us, that the Prince having left half his Army in the Ifland of Rhin-marck, and on the Banks of the River, marched with the other Half towards Spire, and found means to accompliu what he had fo long defired: It is certain, that a Defign of this fort has been Ulk'd of, for about eight or ten Days paft. \ Yefterday Captain Folliot, a near Relation of General Folliot, fet out for Dublin; in order, as we hear, to his being appointed Governor of the Royal Hofpital atKil-mainham near that City; in the room of Col. Trice, who died lately at Bath. We hear from York, that Richard Dawfon, Efq; Wine Merchant, and Mr. Charles Wightman, Ironmonger, are defied Sheriffs of that City for the Year enfuing. And that laft Sunday fe'nnight the Lord Archbifhop ordain'd at his Chapel at Bifliopthorp, twenty-fix Prieits and Deacons.. Yefterday Advices came, that the Molly Pink, one of the Jamaica Fleet is arrived at Sdlly; but that her Commander, Capt.Flhney, died in the Voyage.    . We'heary that the ItaKan Merchant,, Carteret j and the Pheenisr, Ellis, arrived in the Downs, from Leghorn, are ordered to perform fo uri& a Quarantain, that they were not fuffer'd to put their Letters on Shore; The Black Prince, Norey^ from Antigua for London, was*fpoke with on the 19th paft, 70 Leagues Weft of the . Lizard, by the Hotherfall, Clark, from Barbadoes; when all were well on board. On the 1 ft Inftant the Sutherland Man of War, purfuant  to Orders, failed from Plymouth, on a Cruize to protect the Trade. On Monday laft died at his Lodgings in Piccadilly near Hide-Park Comer, Henry Cooke, Efq$ a Gentleman of good Fortune in Shropfhire. On Monday Night laft as. Mr. Hawes of the Navy Office, and Mr. Hazlcfpot, a Surgeon at Stratford, were geing to Stratford in the Stage-Coach, they were robb'd by fix Ruffians, arm'd with Piftols, &c. between Mile-End and Bow ; they firft knock'd the Coachmafl off his Box, and then two of then got into the Coach ; Mr. Hazlefoot being afleep, one of them cut him a-crofs the Arm with a Hanger; the other rifled Mr. Hawes, and took from him about 101. and a Silver Repeating-Watch 3 they then fell to cutting his CloathS} but Mr.-Hazlefoot making a great Outcry, the Rogues;thOught proper to make off; but at going away gave Mr. Hawes a dangerous Wound in the Leg. One of them was very fliort, and the other a lufty Fellow, drefe'd like a Brewer's Servant, and feemM to be Left-handed.  ' Letters.from Montrofe advife, that on Wednefilay fe'nnight Randel Courtney was.carried from the Prifon of Brechin, and hanged at Fettercairn purfuant to his Sentence. That he feemed undaunted till he came within Sight of the fetal Tree, wheni-bythe Affiftance of four Clergymen who attended him, he became extremely fincere and humble, confefs'd with Sorrow the Juilnefs of his Sentence, and died very penitent. Newport, IJle of Wight, Sept.. 26. Laft Week came on the Election for a Major of tfiis,Corporation, when Mr. Alderman Whiti was chbfeh'. We are well affiu'd that the Ship which the two Men of our lftand wenron board, was not the Dutch Plague-Ship, as has beenTeported; andthoMt was currently fiud atPortf. mouth and other Place*, that the Plague was in the Ifland, the Publick may be wejl iffur*d,; that fuchReport is intirely falfe; but DOtwithiUnding bur Magistrates have oblig'd the two Men aforefaid to perform Quarantine. . We have fince baea inforaVd thatthe>-PIagne*8h:ip -abpve-meinlgffd, was fome time ago funk oh the Coaft of France COUNTRY-NEWS. Ghucefter, O Sober 1. On w ednefday laft the Races be* gan at Burford, when the fix following Hdrfcs ran for the Plate of Six^y.Guineas, viz. Mr. GrevilPs Chefimt Stone* Horfe, Oroonob ; Mr., Garthfide's Chefntft Stehc-Horfe; Soberfides; Mr. Martindale'sStone-Horfe,Sterlingj Mr. Belton'sCheihutStone-Horfe,; Spidery Mt>iBurfQtd's Iron? grey Delding, Ironfides", and M>. Calling's Dark-grey Stone-Horfe, Merry Harrier: Which was won by Mr. GrevilPs Oroontko. \ On f hurfday the eight following H�"�ters ran for the. Sweep-fhkes Subscription, viz. the Duke'of Beaufort's Chefhot-Mare, Ringtail; Lord -Chedworth-s Bay-Mare, Diana; Lord Portmore'sGrey-Gelding, Silverfides; Lord Craven's Bay-Gelding, Fox-hunter % Sir. James Harrington's Chefnoc-Gelding, Spot {Mr. Harvey's Chefnut-Stone-Horfe, Little Davit % Mr. Cornewairs Bay Stone Horfe, PoorlPippinaongerj and Mr. Grevili's Che&ui^toneiHorfe, Rocket: Which was won bV Lord Chedworth's./?/'^. Yefterday the Tbwn-Plaw of 501. was. run for by the five following Horfes, viz! the Diike of Beaufort's BayJ Stone-Horfe, Totum ; Sir Marmaduke Wyvil's Bay Stoned Horfe, Sport/man', Mr, Bingham'slight-grey Stone-Horfe, Merry Cupid ; Mr. Childen's Bay Gelding, Gift ; and Mr. Webfter's Chefnut Horfe, Merry Baicbelor : The Curming ones were this Day all taken in, Mr. Bingham's Merry Cupid having unexpectedly, won the Plate.'; The Field was hooour'd with the Prefence.of the Duke of Beaufort, Duke .Hamilton, Earl of Litchfield and Brothers, Earl of Portmore, Earl of Shrewfbury, Lord Gower, Lord Ched'worth and Brothers, Lord Byron, Lord Caftle-haven, Lord Craven,- Lord Noel Somerfet, Lord Bafring-ton, great Numbers of Baronets, Members of parliament,: and the Gentlemen of the belt Fafiiion in all the adjacent Counties, who defirted themfelves with Hawking or Hind-hunting every Morning, Horfe-racing at Noon, dining together every Day to the Number of 200, and conclu-ded their Nights at the Town-Hal], where there was a grand^Ball and Entertainment for the Ladies, whofe Beauty, Richnefs qf Apparel, and Height of Spirits, render'd the; whole Meeting the moil agreeable, as well as the moil magnificent, that has been feen for many Years in that or; any other Part of the Kingdom.---We are'affur'd alfo,; that this Race will be carried on for feveral Years with additional Spirit, there being three different Plates already collected^ for four Years to come, of 80 1. each ; and two Matches, the one a Sweep-flakes for 400 Guineas; the other a Match between two Gentlemen for 200 Guineas. S ,C  O  T  L  AN  D. Edinburgh Sept. 29.   Colonel Lee's Regiment, which was Yefterday review'din St. Ann's Yard by-General Ghefl,' jnade' a very fine Appearance; the Soldiers behaved extremely zsjejl, and performed their military^ Ejftcifes. with-fuch Dexterity and ExaQoefs, as gave great Pleafure to a ; ^reat Concourfe of People who were prefent. Two Days ago a very melancholy Accident happened' about a Mile this Side of Dundee Water, in the Shire of Fife, when a Wright's Houfe unluckily, took Fire, in the Night-time, whereby himfelf, his Wife, and fix Children, were reduced to After.  Yefterday came on the Ele&ion of Merchant Courifellors for the enfuing Year, when Meffis. John Steven, Ebenezer - M?kulloch and Neil M'vicker, were chofen. That Day died William Miller the Quaker, in the 88th Year of his Age, who by a rented Garden of a few Acres, acquired a Fortune of near five thoufand- Pounds Sterl. with a fair Character. Next Week the Royal Scots, commanded by General St. Clair, is to march for Ireland. They write from Rate in the Parifh of Kilfpindy, in the County of Perth, that one Jean Galloway has brought forth at ene Birth, fourChildren, two Boys and two Girls, three of whom are living, and very well form'd pretty Creatures, the fourth is dead.-Thefe Children are what they call Merry-begotten. High Water this Day at London-Bridge, at 25 Minutes after 2. Bank Stock 148 3 8ths. India Ditto 189 1 half. South Sea Stock 111 3 8ths a 1 half. Ditto Old Annuities 115. 3 8ths. Ditto New 11334U1S. Three per Cent. Annuities tor 1 half. Ditto 1742, 101. 1 half. Ditto 174.3,100. Million Bank 119. Equivalent 111. Royal Afiurance 80. London AfTurance 11 7 8ths. Englifh Copper 41. 10 s. Seven per,Cent. Emperor's Loan,no Price. Five per Cent, ditto 78 5 8ths. New Bank Circulation 21. - 15 s. Prem. India Bonds 41. 17 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies; 3 Pr. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Pr. Three per Cent. Ditto 2 Difc. Lottery Tickets 11 L 91. 6d. a 10 s. D R U R Y-L A N Er By His jMtyeJlfl Company ^.Camdians, A T the Theatre-Royal in-Drtiry-Banfc, this ihff will be prefcnted a T'agedji ctWi '     - The      O    R    P    H    A    Nj- OR, The Unhappy Marriage."     a -, Ad&o by Mr. Bridges; Caftalio, by hit. Davis; Polydore, tSr� Qiffard } Cbamont, Mi. Delane; Ch�plaittr-Mr. Crofrr~a�titta, Mrs. Ridout j Florella, Mn. Beoaet; ,! Add the Part of Monimia by Mia. GIFFARD, -   % (Being the firft Time �f her appearing'on that Stage thtfcfairtetlt.) To which will;ht*dded* FaiseofTnokAaSileall'i* k The   S C H OO L-B O Y/1 TheParto�theSchooI-Bor, by .Mr. YaSa^, M�jor Rtkdfli, Mr. Bridges; YoungRakeifh, Mr.Crofrj Friendlyj^.Mr..Anderwni.Father Benedict, Mr.Taftrell." LadyMiilove, Mn, Croft j LettUe* Mrs. Yates. ' r-  ' A At  COMMON   PRICES, Placet for the Boxes to betaken at tfctSttge?Door of thf Theatref Tobejin exaitly atShJo,Ck>�ifc-.l    -r' ^ CO V E N T-G A R D EN. AT the Theatre-Royal in Cpvent-GardeTi, To-jporrow, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd The  PROV O K'D  W I F E. The Pa*t of Sir John Brute by Mr. Bridgwater; Conftant, Mr. Hale; Heartfree, Mr. Ryan ; Razor, MrXhapman; Lord Rake^ Mr. Gibfon.; Col. Bulfyj Mr. Rofco;" Juflice, Mr. Marten^ lofty Fanciful, Mn. Vincent j Belinda, Mrs. Hale j Mademoifelle, Mif� .Hippifleyj And the Part of Lady Brute by Mrs. Horton. To which will be added a Farce, call'd The  DEVIL  TO   PA Y OR, The Wives Metamorphosed. ' The-Part of Sir John Loverole by Mr. Hay man; Lady Loverule, Mw.KUby.; Jobfon, Mr, Duaftall; Neil, Mrs. DonftalJ. With Entertainments of Dancing between the Afti, vis. End of AQ.ll. A Serious Ballet, by Mr. Villeneure, Mn. Delag�rd�3 and others. End of |he Play. A new Scotch Dance by Mr. VHleneuye, Mn. Delagarde, Mr. Richardfon, Mr. Delagarde, Mrs. Lebrun, and Mm Lefont. At C o M M. o N  PRICES. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Page, at tha $t�J�-D�# of the Theatre. To begin txa&ly at-Sir c'Clock, G O O D M A N'S-F IE L DS,- AT the NEW WELLS the bottom of Ltma-ftrut, Goodman*i-Rtldt, this Day, will be perform'* The USUAL DIVERSJONS. t With Rope-Dancing by Monf. J ANNO, Morjf.Gt&iome/and Mr. Hongh. aaslag   by Mr. Carney, the-two Maften and Mil* Granierv MSs Story, Mr. Chettie, Mr. Hayes, and Mrs. Hough. And TUMBLING %        ! Monf. JANNO, Motif, fcbvire, and Mr. Hough. r Several New Sengs by Mr. Brett, Mr, Cunningham, and Mrs. HilL    With feveral NEW EQUILIBRES by tha RUSSIA BOY, �arh� performs feveral entire new Ballances. And the Surpriiing Performances of theFamoM BATH   MORRIS-DANCERS. To which will be added, feveral new Scenes in Grotefque Chi-rafters, call'd The SAILOR'S PR O G R E S $, or, The Humours of Wappk^^' Stepney. The Part of Harlequin, by Mr. Hayes f Colornbine, Mi6 Story j 'Squire Noodle, Mr. Chettie ; Lolpoop,. Mr. HoiJgh J Sailors, Mr. Cunningham, Mr. Carney, and MpnikGranier| . STEPNEy-LANDLADy; by Mrs. HILL ; MifsBraaen, Mifs Jones j Mils Lovci^. Mils Smith } Mid Dawdlej Mlfs Evans. The Whole to Conclude with a Diwrting Dance, call'd qbe H U MO U R S, of the TIMES. , The Cloatbi, Sctnet, andMufick, iiing tttirdf arm. Evtry One mill itadmiltidfor a Pint ofWtnt a-piiet at ufutf. To begin every Evening at Five o'Clock. ' #� Monf. GUHJOME will throw a Someriet ow Twentf Mens Heads. Admiralty-Office, Sept. 30, 1743.- pprHEREAS notwithftanding the Leave V* of Abjenci given to the Company of his MajeftfsShif the Pembroke, expired on the 3 ift of lajl Month, and the Advertifements that have been pttbli/byd, direfiing them to repair on board his Majtfifs Ship the Boync, at Portfnioath, af-the Expiration of their /aid Leave, many of them having rut yet appeared at their-Duty ott board that Ship; the Lords Commijjioners of the Admiralty do hereby renew their fttijBt DireQion to the faid Men to go down without farther Delay to the/aid Ship, and for their Encouragement, their Lard-_ j&ips have direQedQonduSMonty tabs aUvw'dthem*_amL- LL Perfc^mdejbtt^.. t<\ the^Eftate of^^u ^Zrmdn^r^ti%�M'^^^a*d ..      " -   .  -   .        two Months Advance on boardibelfoyTit beforeJbeproceeds to Sea, but in Cafe they fail to be on board the faid Ship, on or before the ioth of October, they will not only hfe the a~ fore/aid Wages, but if apprehended, will be tried at a Court Martial as Deftrters, and bspunffid to the utmojl Severity of the Law, Tho. �orbett. JOHN GODWIN, late of Graeechurch-irreet, London, Yafn^Fac~tor and Ch�pm;n, a Bankrupt, are required to pay the- fame to Rowland Branwhite, or Ifaac Nevili, of Lavsnham in the County of Suffolk, Clothiers, Ahignees af the faid John Godwin's Eftate and Effects; or to Mr. JohnBurkett in Clements-Lane, London, Warehoufeman, (who is duly authorized by the laid AfEgnees to receive the fame) on or before the 20th of October Inftant, otherwife they w31* be Tned*witho�t further Notice by Mr. Jofeph Smith in the Poultry, Loidon, Attorney for the faid Affigntcs. jfdvtrtijimtyts of a midsr#fe Ufi^ m takeqin & this Paper tit 1m Shillings tad. 0- /X-(P   

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