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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 7, 1743, London, Middlesex The London Daily Poft, and General Advertifer. Numb.2 79T- FRIDAY, October y, 1743. Deal, tittober 5. RRIVE.D his Majefty's Ship the Greyhound, from a Cruize ; the Shaftfbury, Bookey, from Eaft-Indiaj and Frederick, Loney, from Virginia. Wind N.N.W. Grant/fend, Off. 5. Pafs'd byHenly, Mackey, fromDant-zick $ and Robert, Soanes ; and Anne,.Scott, from Norway. The Sally and Fanny, Nevine.-from St.Kitts; and the Black Prince,'. Norie, from Antigua, are arrived off t)6ver. ' s ' ' ' ( The Endeavour, Ladd, from Riga, is arrived in Mar-pee Road. LONDON. Carlton-Houfe, 08ober 6,-174$. Tuefday next the 11 th Inftaat, being the Anniverfary of his M-jefty's Coronation, their Royal Highhefles the Prince and Princeft of Wales, will fee Company at Leicefter-Houfe, which is fitted up for that Purpofe. On Tuefilay laft a Meffenger arrived from Vienna, with fome Important Difpatches from the Queen of Hungary. Upon the repeated Reprefentation* of the French Mi-niiler, the Swifs Cantons have order'd 6000 Men. to take Foft on their Frontiers, in order to watch the Motions of Prince Charles. A Foreign Ambaflador aflt'd Lord B-k at Aix-la- chapelle, Whether he came thither with any Publick Character ?-No, reply'd hisLordihip, I come like a F --b Minijier. without any CbaraBer at all. Yefterday Advice came, that the London, Bovell, from St. Kitts, for London, Younder'd lately off Bermudas; but the Captain and Crew were luckily taken up by the Sally and Fanny, Nevine. We hear there were on board the faid Ship -upwards of 200 Caflcs of Cocoa, befides other rich .Goods, which had been formerly taken from the Spaniards by two Privateers, and condemn'd and fold at St. Kite. Yeft�rday Morning Mr. Jofeph Killpin, an eminent Grocer of this Ciiy, /was married at Mercer's-Chapel, to Mifs Sokey Martin, of Bafinghall-Strest, and Sifter to Edwin Martin, Efq; of KingVArms-Yard, Coleman-Smeet. ' "On Sunday laft died, after a tedious Indifpofition, aged 40 Years, the Rev. Mr. James Evans, one of the Matters of the King's School at Canterbury. The Place is in the Gift of the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury. . Yefterday- Morning was found dead in his Bed, at his Lodgings in Abchurch-Lane,; Capt. Jofeph Willoughby, an 6]d Office/in the Blue. .Regiment of Trdn'd Bands .j he TycWta-^-io^oodHtal!^ a& Batchelor, his Fortune witch is comlderable devolves to his" two Sifters at Briftol. ' . Yefterday died Mrs. Elizabeth Adams, Wife of Mr. Adams, a Merchant in Fofter lane, Cheapfide. - On Saturday laft died at his Houfe on Dowgate-hill, Mti Kingfmill, a Baker of confiderable Bufinefs.-His Death was occafion'd by a Mortification in his Arm, which made the Corpfe fo offensive, that they were oblig'd to bury it 09 Monday.-The many Misfortunes which have happen'a* to People, by employing Barbers, and other un-fkiirul Perfons, to let them Blood, one would think mull long ago have deterr'd every one from faving Money that way; efpecially in fuch a Place as London, where fo great a Number of Gentlemen live, whofe proper Bufintfs i; is ; and of whom it is but common Juttice to fay, are (in general) ever ready to attend Perfons for a Sum fo trifling, that a Man of any Property mould blufh at thinking too much. Yefterday Morning a Scaffold at the Foundling Hofpital broke down, by which Accident fix of the Workmen fell to the Ground, and two of them were fo much bruifed by the Fall, that one died on Saffibn-hill, as they were carrying, him to St. Bartholomew's-Hofpital; and the other, who was carried thither, died in a few Hours after. The reft were fo much hurt, that they will have Caufe to repent of their Carelefnefs, to which it was chiefly owing. Yefterday Judith Froft was committed to Newgate by Co). De Veil, for dealing a Parcel of Linnen, tiie Pro-petty of Mrs. Elizabeth Rickaby, found upon her. ExtraS of a Letter from Wdybill Fair, dated 03. z. . * There was not a large Qusntity of Hops here, how-' ever the Buyers flood off all Thurfday and Friday Morn- * irig; in the Afternoon the Hops went off very quick, and � continued 'till Saturday late in the Afternoon, when.they V were almoft all fold. I never faw fo little Advantage * made of fo quick a Fair, the Prices advancing very little * from firft to lait. The general Price of the middling Sort Were from 2 1. 4?. to 2L 14 s. per Hundred ; and the 4 fine Hops from 3 1. to 3 1. 10 s. fome few very fine -4L 49- We hear, that at the Rummer Tavern, Charing Crofs, there has been vaft Numbcs to fee the Famous African, nioftly Phyficians and Surgeons, alt greatly approving of the furprizing Alteration in this wonderful Phenomenon fince the Year 1740 and that this is a quite .different Sub-jeft from any .'treated of by Doctor Parfons, in his Treatife of Hermaphrodites, will plainly appear to any Surgeon, upon bis Exa r.ination of if.--As the Company are at prefent but thin in that Part of the Town, they are now moved oppofite to the Bell, a little within the Old Baily from Ludgate-hill, the firft Front Floor. ^ The feveral advantageous and cheap Methods by which -the Tickets and Shares, in the prefent State-Lottery, are fold at LOWE and BERRY's Office, give the greateft Satisfaction to the Town in general, as does alfo the Convenience of their Office, (which is fituate free from the Noife** of the publick Streets) in Stationers-Alley, near Ludgate- ! Street; that almoft all Perfons covet toregifter their Tickets with, or purchafe Shares of them, as being certain of having their Bufinefs tranfa&ed with the greateft Exadlnefs, and being paid asfoon as drawn, and as this Office has been'for many Years noted for the feveral large Prizes Sold, frhtr'd, or Regifter'd there.-N.B. The Office is kept open every Evening 'till Eight o'Clock, for the Convenience of the .; Publick. On Richard Savage, Efq-, Son of thel te ' Earl Rivers, Who died in Prifon in Brijlol for a fmall Sum, which he was unable to pay. WITH fragrant Rofes and the MyrtlSs Bloom, With ev'ry Flower ftrew this facred Tomb ; Here twine the ever verdant Laurel's Wreath, Around let all Arabia's Incenfe breath ; For why fliould I thy Tomb with Tears diftain. And weep, like others, of the tuneful Train ? Bewail thee landed on the fafeft Shore, Efcap'd from Shipwrecks-you can fear no more ; Mixrwith the ever happy Ch-jir above Whofe fole Employment is to fing and love ; To tune their golden Lyres to Lays divine, To fuch celeltial Lays-as once-were tbine ! Efcap'd from Scenes diverfify'd with Woe, (For fuch was thy ill-fated Lot below) From fuch bad Scenes by pitying Heaven torn- It is riot Grief-but Envy- now to mourn ; Envy in me-thro' each bard Injlance try'd, Who with tbee gladly cou'd have liv'd-and dfd High Water this Day at London-Bridge, at 58 Minute* after 2. _ Bank Stock 148 1 half. India Ditto 189 1 half. South Sea Stock no Price. Ditto Old Annuities 115 14th. Ditto New 1135 8ths a 3 4ths. Three per Cent. Annuities tor 3 4ths. Ditto 1742, 101 3 4ths. Diro 1743, 99 7 8ths a 1 co. Million Bank 119. Equivalent 111. R'-yal Afiurance 80. London Aflurance 11.7 8ths. Englifti Copper 4 1. 10 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan. no. Price. Five, per Cent, ditto no Priop> $ew rBank GrttsAstiqttz It ~tf 6d. Prem. India BottdfT4.1. 17s. a i6.�. Prf Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Pr. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Prem. Three per Cent. Ditto 2 Difc. Lottery Tickets ill. 10 s. 6 d. DRURY-LANE. By His Majefly^ Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre - Royal in Drury-Lanc,-To-morrow, will be prefentcd a Tragedy, call'd The UNHAPPY FAVOURITE; O R, The Earl of E S S E X. The Part of the Earl of Effex by Mr. Delane; Southampton, by Mr.GifTard; Burleigh, Mr. Win/lone j Ralegh, Mr. W. Giffard J Lieutenant, Mr. Ray. Rutland, Mrs. Giffard; Nottingham, Mr6. Bednei; Queen Elizabeth, Mrs. Roberts. With Entertainments, as will be exprefs'd in the Bills of the Day. At COMMON PRICES. Placet for the BoTes to be taken at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin cxafily at Six o'Clock. C OVEN T-GARDEN. AT the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, thii Day-, will be prefentcd a Comedy, call'd The F R O V O K'D WIFE.- The Part of Sir John Brute by Mr. Bridgwater; Conftant, Mr. Hale ; Heartfree, Mr. Ryan ; Razor, Mr. Chapman ; Lord Rake, Mr. Gibfon ; Col. Bully, Mr. Rofco j Juftice, Mr. Marten. Lady Fanciful, Mrs. Vincent j Belinda, Mrs. Hale } Mademoifeile, Mii Hippilley j ' And the Part of Lady Brute by Mrs. Horton. With an occafional Song proper to the Play by Mr. Leveridge. To which will be added a Farce, call'd The DEVIL TO TAY; O R, The Wives Metamorphosed. The Part of Sir John Loverule by Mr. Hayman ; Lady Lovenjle, Mrs.Kilby; Jobfon, Mr. Dunftall j Nell, Mrs Dunftall. With Entertainments of Dancng between the Afts, viz. Ind of Att II. A Serious Ballet, by Mr. ViJleneuve, Mrs. Delagardfc and others. End of the Play. A new Scotch Dance by Mr. Villeneuve, Mr�. Delagarde, Mi. Richardfon, Mr. Delagarde, Mrs. Lebrun, and Mn. Lefont. At COMMON PRICES. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Page, at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin exaftly at Six o'Clock. G O O D M A N'S-F I E L D S- AT the NEW WELLS the bottom of Leman-firitt, Gaadtun't-Fields, this Day, will he perfbrm'i The USUAL DIVERSIONS. . With Rope-Dancing by Monf. JANNO, Monf. Guiliome, and Mr. Hough, aocing by Mr. Carney, the two Mafters and Mifs Granier, Ma* Story, Mr. Chettle, Mr. Hayes, and Mrs. Hough. And TUMBLING by Monf. TANNO. MT( MflVirfl, "u f M" rTn"fft - Several New Songs by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunningham, and Mrs, Hill, With leveral NEW EQUlLIBRES by the RUSSIA BOY, wa� performs feveral entire new Ballanccs.. And the Surprifing Performances of the Famou> BATH MORRIS-DANCERS. To which will be added, feveral new Scenes in Grotefque Characters, call'd The S A I L O R's PROGRESS. or, The Humours of Wapping and Stepney. The Part of Harlequin, by Mr. Hayes ; Colombine, Mifs Story ; 'Squire Noodle, Mr. Chettle 5 Lolpoop, Mr. Hough} Sailors, Mr. Cunningham, Mr. Carney, and Monf. Granier j STEPNEY LANDLADY, by Mrs. HILL ; Mifs Brazen, Mifs Jones; MifsLoveit, Mils Smith j Miis Dawdle, Mifs Evans. The Whole to Conclude with a Diverting Dance, call'd 7he H,UM OURS of f^TIMES, 0e Cliatis^Scmes, and Mu/tci, being entirely new. *,* Everf One'~ibill be admitted far a Pint of Wine a-piece as ufuttl. To begin every Evening at Five o'Clotk. % Monf. GUILIOME will throw a Somerfet over Twent/ Mens Heads. Admiralty-Office, Sept. 30, 1743.- LprHEREdS notwithftanding the Leave of Abfence given to the Company of bis Majeftys Ship the Pembroke, expired on the 3of laji Month, and the Ad-vertifements that have been publijb''d, direcling tbem te repair on board his Majeftys Ship the Boyne, at Portfmouth, at the Expiration of their faid Leave, many of them having not yet appear d at their Duty on board that Ship ; the Lords CommiJJioners of the Admiralty do hereby rene-ixj their ftricl DireBion to the faid Men to go down without farther Delay to the faid Ship, and for their Encouragement, their Lord-Jbips have direcled Conduit Money to be allowed them, and alf Carriage for their Chefs and Bedding, and they will be paid the Remainder of their Wages for the Pembroke, and two Months Advance on board the Boyne beforeJhe proceeds to Sea, but in Cafe they fail to be on board the faid Ship, on or before the 1 oth of October, they will net only lofe the a-forefaid Wages, but if apprehended, will be tried at a Court Martial as Deferters, and be punijtid to the utmoft Severity of the Law. Tho. Corbett. Admiralty-Office, October 5, 1745- /T is the Direction of the Lords Commiffioners of the Admiralty, that the Petty Officers and Foremajl-Men lately belonging to bis Majeffs Ship the Ruby, wbo are turned over into the Sheernefs at Deptford, and Northumberland at Woolwich, do repair immediately on board tbofe Ships, where tbey will be paid the Remainder of the Wages due to tbem in the Raby, and two Months Advance "bijlift ibiy ptuued~TB Sea : But if any of theJaid Men/ail to repair on board the jaid Ships Sheernefs and Northumberland . tbey will not only lofe the above-mentioned Payments, but if apprehended, will be tried at a Court Martial as Deferters. If they apply to the Regulating Captains in Mark-Lane, they .will be informed to which of the faid Ships tbey are turned over. Tho. Corbett. To be SOLD very Cheap,--- MORNING GOWNS, BAN JANS, and VELVET CAPS, at the Gown fTarebeufi in Popt't-llej, Cornbill. And the remaining Part of the Stock of Mr. JOHN HARRISON, deceafed, to be fold under prime Coft. There is great Choice of all Sort* of Morning Gowns frelh made^ npf and B?i^jan� made of--- Superfine Cloth, DulEls, Silk Damafts, Valuretts, Fine Scotch Plaid, Fine Stuff Damafk, Figured Allapecn, Floretta's, &c. VELVET and SILK CAPS of all SORTS. Jufi Publijb'd, APrint of the Right Reverend Father in God, Dr. BENJAMIN HOADLY. Lord Biflxop of Win. cbefter ; Engraved by Mr. BARON after a Piftare painted by Mr. HOGARTH. To be had at the Gtlden Head in Lcictfter. Fields, Price 3 f. Ibis Day is publifhed. Price 6 d.- �2- -2 �3 3 -O 0^ Letter from a Dutch Officer to a Member of the Parliament of Great-Britain; fatting forth that the Works carrying on at DUNKIRK, are fo far from being a Violation' of Treaties, that they are only a neceflary Precaution the King of France has been obliged to take for the Security of his SabjecTts; in . Confluence of the late Conduct of his Britannick Majefty, tec. Printed for J. Robinfoa, at the Golden Lioa in Ludgate-flreet. - 2 Jdvertifements of a m$dernte JL&i&b are taken in for this Paper at Tivq Shillings each.
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