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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 11, 1743, London, Middlesex                                The London Daily Poft, and General Advefttfei*. ':mut t u E Sf i'y, ,Oct,q;b e r iiy'ri^. Deal9 Oftober 9. AM� down the .Rachael, Wader-born 4 Molly, Wright; and the Heflor, Rogers, for Carolina; and remain with the Oattard-bound, as in my laft. Arrived Ackworth, Jones, from Carolina ; Hope,. Fenter, from Nevis ; and a Snow-from Faroe. Wind W.N.W. 'Gravefend, ^Oaiy.' Pafs'd by Grove, Pearfon ; and Draper, Moore, from Portmahone; Expedition, Cham, feersj Mercury, Brook ; Baracuta,' Bowers j and Oxford, Burnett, from Jamaica; Enterprize, Wood ; Loretta, Har-bands ; and Hotherfall, Clark, from Barbadoes; South River Merchant, Hall, from Maryland ; Sufarinab, Payn-ton ; and Black Prince, Norey, from Antigua; Frederick, Loney, from'.Virginia-; Endeavour, Ladd,from Riga ; the St. Peter, Force, from Stettin; Sally and Fanny, Nevine, from St. Kitts; Succefs, Thompfon, from Georgia ; the Duke of Kingfton, Simcoe, from Boloigo; and Catherine, Joad, from Gottenburgh,. Arrived at feveral Ports. The Diamond, Donally, from St. Kitts; and Llfbon-Packet, Talbott, from Faro, are arrived off Dover. The Dolly, Teague, from Viana ; and Fanner's-Adventure, Penny, from Oporto, at Dartmouth. The Prince of Orange, Forftaff, from Peterfburg, at Dublin. . The Swift, Kempfie, from the Coatt of Cuba, at. Jamaica. The Prince Edward, Dawfon, from Leghorn, at Naples. L O N _D O N. .  Yefterday arrived the two Mails due from Flanders. Extras of a Litter from Covfantinople, Asiguji 23, tf.S. � We are now fully informed; that the Army com- � manded by Schach Nadir, which he caufed to march to ,� the Confines of Mefopotamia on theSide of Babylon, has * at laft entered the Territories of the Ottoman Empire : * The blocking up and taking of Kirkiut, were the firft * Hoftilities comrnitted by the Perfian Monarch; from " thence he is come to attack Mouful, a Town in the Upper � Mefopotamia next the Confines t)f the Province of Diar-� bekir. Thefe Hoftilities make the Grand, Vizir appre-� henfive, that the Schach has ordered his Generals that � command feparate Armies on the Borders of the Pro- * vince of Babylon and Erzerum, to enter likewifethe � Grand Signor's Dominions: This Apprehenfion has * made him refolve to fend away to Afia tep Chambers of * Janiffaries and one of Spahisi befktes which he ha* � drawn out all the' Garrifons in Romelia, and on the Feon. * tiers of Poland and Hungary,: and ordered them to file off * to the Camp that is forming at Salonica, where they are � to remain until they can be tranfported to Natolia. � The Plague ftili makes great Havock here ; it has al- * ready fpread to the Quarter of the Franks, and even, � got into the French Embaffador's Houfe; Letters from Ferrara advife, that the Auftriana are in Motion, and that .Provifions and Ammunition have been diftributed to the Troops; the Spanifh Troops were ajfo m Motion, and as they feemed to take their Route either towards Bologna or Ferrara, they expect e'er long to hear of a Battle in that Neighbourhood. Letters from Sttafbourg and Haguenau dated the 5th In-fiant, N.S. (that is four Days before the Retreat of the the Confederate Army) feem to infult a little over the Allies and Prince Charles of Lorrain : They fay that they know not, as yet, how they are to pafs away the Remainder of the Seafon, but believe that the Allies are much more puzzled how to fpend it, and that the Motions of the later muft regulate theirs; but that Jet what will happen, they are preparing againff all Events, being upon (heir own Territories-andt'-as well fupplied with Provifions as any French Armies ever were, M:\Paris da Vernay: having bought up in the Swifs Cantons all the Conrthat the Inhabitants have no Occafion for at prefent, '..'-. ^ " Litter from Genoa,. September 21, N.S. vThe/Affair of the Neapolitan Barks begins tO(grow � very ferloov-the King of the Tw.o Sicilies perfifting in � his Demand jto have them re-boilr, and referving to him- * fjeif to enquire afun^wards whether they are of anyPre- * judice'to theRepubUck, m order to give us proper Satis-� fusion in Cafe it appears that we fuftain any Damage on ' this Score; Bat withal his SitiKarl Majelly threatcjistx) ' tekejtuemoft vigorous ^learfures, if.the Government' � does1 not comply with this Proppfal., > * Th'e.Senate are more perphpted^than ever with the Af-4 fairs of Corfica,- about which theykeep the Poblkk'in the ' Dark as much aspofftble.  In all Probability the Letter*^ * from that IfUnd are an ftop*d"at tfiVl^za�tofSpezziaV * to the-jEnd that no .private Perfons may be-ihformejd how; ' Matters fland in that Kingdom ;fo that'we can talk of * thefe Things, only by. meer.Cofrjeaures: However, we 't are very wdl.fatiificd th^t thefM^-conte'nts inuft be/fup- * porte4 i>y fome foreign Pwe^who foment Divitons ' among them, in Hopes of making'them fome time or � �heMhake-off^e-Yb1*^ v According to Advices from the Rhine, idajed the 1 oth . Infhtnr, N.S. which come diredly from Bruflels, the Au-frian Troops under die Duke of Aremberg were ftill in their Camp near Spire ; the Detachments that were fent to  demolifhthe Lines which the French had abandoned have compleated tha/Work, and were throwing up fome Works round about Germerfheim, when thefe Letters came away. They write from Paria, that: ^*few-'^ays'.,ago a new Tram of 100 Pieces of Cannon were fent from-Donaito Dunkirk, and 50 Pieces from Lille to Bergue St. Vinox: S The Ships that failed from Jamaica, on the iff of Au-guft, under Convoy of the Ludlow-Caftle Man ef :War; were, for London, the Gorfon, Crawford^ the Shirley^ Thompfon ; Bamfoa,: Smith; James, Tatnell ; Frierjd-fliip, Ramfay } Charming'Molly, Goadt' Oliver; Collet $ Dreadnought,.Btttfon; AhheGaily, W'tggi Milford, Row'; Two Brothers, Ryan rPpmpey,.Ha.fibck; Sally, Peter M'Kenzie ; and Lucy,' Richard M'Kenzre-^-- And for Briftol, the Roman Emperor^ BurwoodfToogOod, Gordon; Manchefter, Crdckfhanky; and Jamaica Frjga^ Lauderdale.  There were arrived  at Jamaica, the Chefterfield, febfr worthy; and Willoughby; -''from.Gambia; the Gat-liiogton, from the Gold Coaft; Ogelen, from Bonny ; and a Leverppol Ship from'Calabar. On Saturday laft. arrived in Town - Wynne, Efq; Deputy Cofferer to his Majefty,. from ,the Allied Army. Yefierday tdied in NeWgate-ftreet Mr. Jones' Maiier of the Royal Bagnio there; aPerfonof very fair CharacW; and much efteem'd by his.Acqnaiintance. . On tjie 6tb Inftant the Rev.: Mr. Robert Hingeftpn was; chofenLMafter of theGrammar School at Ipfwich, in the room of the Rev. Mr. Thomas Bolton, who refigncd laft Week. LaftTuefday Edward Lewin and Jofeph Smith were committed to. Maidftene Gaol; charged on the Oath of John Skeer with flopping him on the Highway, and taking from him One Guinea in" Gold, one PairofShoes, two Knives, one Pair of Buckles, and halfa Pound of Tea. They are the two Fellows that brokeoutof Weftgate Goal on Thurfday Night the 29th of September. ; Yefterday Morning three Soldiers belonging to Brigadier Woolfe'a Regiment of Marines; faw one Thomas How, a Deferter from their Regiment driving a Sand Cart, in Ga. therifie-ftreet in the Strand; whdih they immediately feiaed, and (carried to the Savoytf 3 ')'V"--!'-, . - On Sunday '1afE,^�^^^'Sm.;^ Evening, Mr; Atkihfon, an Attorney of LincolnVInn, and-Mr.. Mafon, of Three Arrow'-Cbort in/Chaneery-Lane, wererobb'd at the End of Fig-Lane, hear Tottenham-Court Tuthpike, as they were coming from Hratifosad in a Chariot by four^FMt-pads, two of whom ftdpttheiam'e, whilft the others w�nt to each Door thereof, one held a Fiflot to the Body of one of thefientlemen-ooohe Side, "ahoT the other drew his Hanger on the other, -and demanded their Money and Watches; which they took from them* the whole amounting to upwards of zo I. and then made off undifcover'dl: On Saturday Night ended the Qnarter Seffions for Weft-minfter, when the Bench of Juftices returned Thanks to Sir John Gonfon their Chairman, ifor'inV excellent and fea-fopable Speech or. Charge j� the Grandi)ury the firft Day of the Seffions, wherein, he. in fo lively and pathetick a Manner reprefented to them the many Evils and 'Mifchiefs arifing by the;Fairs, held fo many Days together contrary, to Law, and alfo from the publick Gaming-Houfes lately opened iq feveral Parts of the Liberty of Weftminfter, and they defir'd him for the publick Good to permit his faid Charge to be printed. At the faid Seffions a Woman was fined 13 s. 4d. and committed to the Gabhbufer until ibe find; Sureties [for hef good Behaviour, for affaultirig a Clergyman and his Maid-Servant, and forcing herfelf into the faid Clergyman's: Houfe, under Pretence of putting Cafes of Confcience to him. '- \ * . i R E LA N  D.        ; Dublin, Off.i. On Thurfday laft, their Graces the Dukei and..Dutchefs of Devotifhire landed here, and were received^�rGeorge's Quay by their ExeeUend.ejtritt Lords Jamas,'and {ev*fal*f the-Nobility, attended by the Regiment here ; and'at LazarVHUl by Uie RigTuHon the-Lord-Mayor; Recorder, Aldermen, .Sheriffs, ;ari(� Commons of the City, at wiich Place tiieir Graces werej ad-drefsM by the Recorder on their fafe Arrival; from thence theyrproceeded to the^CaWe, wherf hls^Gra.ce ' after -which the'Guns in the :f^k fiitad/ ^and- were anfwereu, '. in Voltes 4ry the R^ihunt draivn'Ouit on i^Hege-Green: ; In the Evening.their GracwWere fpfendidly entcrtairi'd at .hifGrace theL^n^Primate^^    - -        K-:  -The fame Dajrarriv'd the Right Honi^ie Lord Dnn^ cannc*. ancr his Lady* 'the Hon; John" .Poiajlfnbyi Efq;,aibid: his Lady/and a th^.Daughter;o� cheibGra'ces, wifji the : Rev.T:k�wwFletcherV-Danof DcArnf oiife of, tU'e.Chaplains td his Gr^e, and fevefido^hlwiPefforls of Diftiriaion.: Thurfflay laft bdhgpic^ImasiD^ the Right Hon. the Loyd -Mayor, Aldermen, Sherijfs^ and Commons walked 1 througK' the City in their ufual Form/ And : YtlUvdaj&-A^rn�an,J3avJd Tew; was fworn before the Lord Chief Baron, in his Majefty's Court of Exchequer, Lord-Mayor of this City; as was alfo in the Thblfel, Geo. Swettenham and Tho. Broughton, Efqs'^Steriffi fpr'theeh-" fuing Year. - : l    i     - ."i . The fame Day theR^ht-^Hcm.tne-.^ elegant .Entertainment -at the May' "_�_____ Laft Wednsfday the "ioirPIattTwas run for at Pdmerf-town by Hercules Langford'Ro^leyi Efq; .his MaTeMrti-txn Lafs; MauriceJKeating, Efij; his Mare Sftfs Modify s and Mr. Thomas Place's Horfe^^-Fe^fe&;^Kch"was wrfn byjhe.'former* Myi Modefty was-drawn^ff tic Second Heat. 0 To the Piblt/b'er bfil^DabV* NewsiLitter.,   ., "The following Notice to a Country^Reftor,! being tome-thing of Humohr, yqo^ay; probably t^[|^%Tto give ita Place in your News-Letter,'for the �ntcrtakmeat -Of->oar Readers. S  I  R,    - B)r Six o'Clock on MoOdSy aexr/ As fure as you give'out^the ,Xexv r If God permits it; in tlje M&rn,'. I-vrill;Begin'todraw. siy-Corn:; Send you. there, to take .yon r Due, Wh^cl^ rftall be fevers :out as true, As I do live in Carrickfad, �You muff partake of ^qd a.n kcotm"; as did alfo the Revw Matthew ConneU, Minifter atKilbryde:; Peifdhs c^fingalar'Piety and GOodaefs, and mj^lamented by aU their Acquaintance; We. hear from the North, that about 10 Days ago, a large Whale run afhore at Whitehills near Banff, from which they-have already taken 80 Barrels of Speck. Thurfday laft was married Mr. Sandilands (of Eaftbarns, to Mifs Hepburn, Daughter to Mr. Hepburn of Beenfton, a very. agreeable and virtuous young Lady. -" . . Upon Friday died fuddenly here, aged about Eighty WilliamGovan, Writer: He was the oldeftPraclitiorier about the Parliament*houfe, and the chief of die Name, being defcended of the. antient Family of the Goyans o� Gardrona in the Shire of Peebles. ;They write from Dundee, that on the 29th of Septem--: ber, Patrick Teaman/ Efq;" was re-elected Provoft7 of jthat  Place. .   .\ �  -':        : "  '6x ^  "r ^ ; 'v   ' � vBahkStbcki^ i ^thY   India Ditto" 192.   South'Sea Stock no Price.  Ditto. Old Annuities.oxfrxJbatf.. Ditto New 114. Three per Cent. Annuities 102. Ditto 1742,. 102. Ditio*i743, 100 i 8th a 1 4th. Million Jfenk, 1.19. Equivalentii/f. ->, Royal Afturance^ 86..  London Affu-i| ranee 11 7 8thil   Englhli Copper 41. ioys.   Sevea 1 pier Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price.  Five per;Cenr, o*itf6 5 no Price.  Bank Circulation'2 i. 153. Pr.   India Bpnds ' 4I. 18   a 19 s/Pr.  Three and a half Salt Tallies % Pr.  Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 41 half Prem.   Th/ep per Cent. Ditto 2 Difc.   Lottery Tickets 111. ios. a 6d. _ \ AdmiraltyrQffice,' Oftobcr.5, 1743-- /Tis the DireSlidn of the Lords Commijftoms jaftke Admiralty, that tbt Petty-Officers and Fortmaji-Meri Iaterj.l;be/ongTng Jo his' MajejfsMjfitbe Ruby, nvha are turned over into the Sheemefs tf^Deptford, Northumberland o/ Woolwich, W'tepai? itRTriediattlji on hoard thefe Ships, where they taiJ/he pdid'the, Reinaiader of tht Wages due to them in theRaby, and tw Months Advance before they, proceed to Sea:- But if anyjf \4be faid Men-fail to repair on board the fardShip's Shefi^f tf^Northumber-"hn&r'ihey will not only lofe the above-mentioned Payments,' hut if'apprehended,, will he triedfata Court Martial asDe-ferters. tf they apply to the Regulating Captains:in Mark-Lane, they vjillbe informed to vobicb of the faid Ships tbe% are turned over: '* : Tho. Corbett. JtdvtrHJejnthts of * moderate Length^t^k^i^fQ* Ms^B^r at      Shillings each. 0- 2, C   

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