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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 14, 1743, London, Middlesex                                F R ID A Y,  Oct ob er 14,   1743. OSloBer 12. �     !    ?.. thi^* Hda�^rd-bound.Sbips that failed for the River are now 1,-pbt backAgain, i Cune down and failed the Wilmington, Darling, for New-England. Wind N'W. Grave/end,. 03. iz. Pafs'd bjr Edward Augustus, Thompson, from Archangel; Martha and John, Storm, from Norway; Codrington, Finch, from Virginia i and Union, Clincker, from Amfterdam. The Elizabeth, Taylor, from St. kite; is wired off Dover. : The Anne, Smith, from Riga, at Spithead. L O N DO N. From Milan they tell us, that the Velt Marfbal Count Traun, who is on bis Departure for Germany, has received the following Letter from the King of Sardinia. * Coufin, ' The Efieem and Regard we have for yon, which.are .* grounded on the reiterated Proofs yoa have given of your * conflant �nd indefatigable Zeal for the Interelt of the � Queen your Sovereign, as well as for that of theCom- * mon-Canfe in Italy, and on the many Infancies which " haVe convinced us of your great Talents and Experience, * in the Art of War, having already made us receive with * real Regret the firft News of ypur being called home' to * Germany, as the Marquis d'Ormet then told you by our '. Order; that- Regret cannot but be. greatly encreafed, ! now that we hear yoa are^dn thei Pointi.bf departing. This h is what we cannot decline'acquainting you withourfclve* ' by the prefent Letter, affuring you of the Pleafure we will * take in prefacing as lting as we live1 the agreeable Re- * membrance of your Perfpn, and laying hold of every Op-.* portunity that may offer ~to do Juftiqe to your diftinguifhed � Merit.  Defiring, as we do, that' whenever you go, you * may be always perfuaded ,of thefe Scotiments; we have � bethought ourfelves of fending you this Day aTeftiinony � thereof, which, though weak in itfelf, may nevertheless � ferve to remind you always of them.  In fine, we allure * you of the fincere Inclination and the favourable Difpofi- * tions which we fhall ever have towards you; upon which * we pray God to take you, Coufin, into his holy keeping. ':   Signed, Char let Ztnantul. Turin, Sept. 4. 1743. And underneath, Ortnea. '�' The Subftance of the Anfwer given by the Danifli Court to the Memorial prefented by the Dutch Minifter there concerning the prefent State of Affairs in the North, is as follows: ' That his Danifli Majefty Jus obferved with Pleafure * the good Intentions and the Care of their High Mighti-"heffes, in endeavouring to prefenrie the Tranquility of the * Nortb� whicnTiiasljeen'all along the fole .Aim of all the * Steps taken by his.Majefty, v^ho.will not fwerve from  By Letters from Jamaica we have an Account, that a Ship from -iBonny^. (a Kingdom about 12 Leagues, to Windward of Old OalkbV) Was arrived at that Ifland,' the Ma-.fter of which layij that juft before he left the Coaft, the King of: that Country, whofe Name- is William, with 40 of. bis priDdpalP^le,-,were blown up by'Accident-He was *Man remarkable for. extraordinary Natural Parts; * Lover:Jof-theEnglifb,' and" in hi* Dealings very cur and. honeft.     '        '' '�' ' ,      ,    - -- - ;,  *0h Saturday laftdied at Seven^Oaks in JECentf, Samuel Sorities, Efq; a con^derable Wine,Mercbant, who has been upwards of 1; Years fa much affliaed with th^Gbat; that he. was unable to move during ^Uat Tunc, without being carried,. -  = -  -.....- - ExtraS' 0/'a' Letter /rem Copt. Bury,; Commander vf bit MajefiftSbipibe^\cb*f, HJunie a-breaft of Marrabella, dated Sept. the gib, 1743. N Sunday the 4th of September, 1743, CapeSpar-tel then bearing E.S.E. five Leagues, Wind at Eaft, inThe Afternoon 1 fpoke with a Ship bound frpm London, to Smvrna, and the Gibraltar Merchant Ship from London, bound' to Leghorn, whom I took under Convoy, having acquainted 'em of;the Number of Privateers fitted out of Tarifia, and that they would puzzle them, tho' the Gibraltar was a Ship of Force; at Six o'Clock in the Evening, feeing two Sail to the Northward, one a Ship, and the. other a Schooner, I hoifted Dutch Colours, upon which the Ship hoifted Swedes; I perceiving that, .gave Chace, hoifted Engliflj, and fired a Shot; upon which (he haul'd down the Swedes and hoifted Englifh, and fired a Shot a-thwart, me, as alfo did the Schooner : The two Ships in Company hoifted Englifh Colours, and being to Windward of me, fired in order to bring 'em too; but they not bringing too, I tack'd and continued after them ; about Nine the fame Night, I fpoke with the Schooner, whoinforra'd me, that the Ship I fired at, was a Pink from Leverpool, -bound to Venice, under whofe Convoy fhe came from Le7 verpopl, and was bound to Gibraltar; I then aiked the Mafter, the Reafon why the Pink and he did not bear down upon me, when I fired; he anfwered, the faid Pink was a Veffel of Force, and that he would truft to no Colours: I ordered the faid Mafter (it then blowing hard, and very dark} if he fhould fall in with the Pink before me, to acquaint him, that I was an Englifh Man of War, arid-thofe Ships in Company were Englim Ships, and that my private Signal fhould be a Dutch Jack at the Feretopmaft-Head, and that I fliould ufe my Endeavour to keep under Cape Spartel, till the Weather was more moderate, and then fhould go thro' the Gutt with them ; the Gale continuing the next Day, I faw 14 Sail to Leeward, and all plying to Windward, moft of which I had fpoke with on Sunday, they being Dutch, Swedes and French.  This Day made an eafy Sail, and hoifted my Signal feveral Times.  On Thurfday Morning being more moderate, but hazy, plying under the Cape for thole Ships to come up, having the Schooner in Company, heard about Eight o'Clock feveral . Guns firing in the Gutt, made all thcSail I poffibly could, but falling little Wind could not reach far enough up, to fee where it was, 'till Twelve o'Clock ; at which Time I faw feveral Xebecksand Barcolongp's, attacking of a Ship, but at the Diftance they were from mej I could net tell the Number: About.One o'jClock- (there having been a continual Firing till then from the faid Privateers and the Ship, - they being clofe to her) I judged tbey had boarded her, for from that Time they ceafed Firing, and immediately after I perceived feveral of them a-head, towing her towards the Spanifh Shore: I ft ill kept ou, being in Hopes to cut them , off from the. Spanifh Shore, but could not come up with ' them, it being little Wind. They came too und y Grape>(hot '�� has reached them, and has difabted an^ kiUed thdm .^wral Men;: but the Chace is fofhort, and they havingfo'manydifferent Places of Shelter, it's ataoifca&iropdff^^ them. � -   . .1 -r. r>; ' We hear, that fome Parfies of Light Hori&hav* received Orders to march.towards- Han&icb, to-iSe*id hfii Mayfly's Arrival, which is expeeT&J to be in a very (bote Time. ' ^ �� � - -   '       i Yefterday their Graces the Duke and Dutchefs of Montague arrived from the Country at their Houfe io the Privy Garden. !   " .. A few Days fince died in Notjinghammire the Rev. Mr. John-Henry Ott, one of the.Six Preachers'of the Cathedral Church of Canterbury, andrReaor .of Blackmin-ftone in that Diocefe. He wai born in Swifferland ; and the late Archbifliop Wake gave him thofe Preferments; which are now in the Gift of the prefent Archbifeop. Laft Wednesday died - Baves, Efq; a Couhcellor.of Lincolti's-Inn, and one of the Councel belonging to the Marfhalfea Court. - . Yefterday Morning died Mifs Burrow, Daughter/of Chriftopher Burrow, Efq; at his Hpufein Hatton-Garden* On Wednefday Night laft the Corpfe of Mr. Peter Kelk, one of the moft eminent Packers in London, (who died a few Days ago, at his Houfe in Backlerfbary) was interr'd in the Church of St. Stephen, Walbrook.-He was a Man of fuch an amiable Difpofition, that it may be jaltly faid of him, that he never commene'd an Acquaintance with any Man who did not wifh its Continuance. Yefterday 11 Prifoners were tried at the Old Baily, one whereof was Capitally convicled, v.'z. Chriftopher Smith, for dealing fix Guineas and a Half, and fome Silver, the Property of James Fitzgerald, Efq; Four were caft for Tranfportation, and five Acquitted. Mr. Chetwynd was tried, and a Special Verditt found. We are inform'd the TEMPLE-PUNCH-HOUSE is near fitted up, and will on Monday next be open'd ; where PUNCH will be made at fuch Prices, and of fuch Ingredients, as the Proprietor doubts not but to give the utmoft Satisfaction :, Not fo mucb in Regard to bis own Profit, at for tbe Publiek Utility._' High Water this Day at London-Bridge, at 22 .Minute* after 7. Bank Stock 1.47 ex Divid. India Ditto 194 3 4ths. South Sea Stock: 1 r 3 1 4th. Ditto Old Annuities 115 3 4ths. Ditto New 114.1 half. Three per Cent. Annuities 102 1 half a 3 4ths. Ditto 1742, 102 [1 half a 3 4ths. [Ditto 1743, tot Million Bank 119. Equivalent in. Royal Affurance 80. London Affurance 1 s 7 8ths. Engliih Copper 4 1. 10 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent." ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 3 1. Pr. India Bonds 41. 193. a 18 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Pr. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 4 1 half Prem. Tfare* per Cent. Ditto 2 Difc.    Lottery Tickets nl. 10 s. V R  U   R  Y.-JL A  N  �.-r $lot ARed thefe F*ve Ttars. By His Mzjeftfi Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre - Royal in Drury-Lane, To-morrow, will be pref�oted a Tragedy, �all*4 The MOURNING   BRIDE. The Part ofOfmin by Mr.Delane; the Ipn^, Mr. Winifamef Gonzalez, Mr. Bridges j Garcia, Mr. W. Gii&rd j Heli, Mr. Taf-well j Selim, by Mr. Croft : Alonzo, Mr. Anderlba j Peres, Mr. Ray.   Almeria, Mr*. GifFard; Leonora, Mrt^Benaet } And the Part of Zara by Mn. Robert*. With Entertainment* of Dancing by Mdnf. Mtiilraent and othert* At   COMMON   PRICE S. Place* for the Bow to be taken at the'Stage-Door of thtTheatA To begin exactly at Six o'Clock. mm* On Tuefday neat will be prefented a Comedy, eall'4 The RELAPSE, or VIRTUE in DAKQER. The Part of LwdFoppington to be perform'd by Mr. C1BBEK. '    C O V EN T-G A R D E N.--- AT the Theatre Royal in Govefit-Gafdein this Day, will ie prefented a Comedyj cajl'd The      M  I  S. X   A  K  E ? or, Tbt Lovers Qu'arrel. The Part of Carloi by Mr. Ryan; Ld�(eiw�V Mr. Hafe ; ftnc&s, Mr. Hippjfley } Lopez, Mr.^ Chipman j -Don -Alvarez, Mr. Bridgwater ; Don Felix, Mr. Marten ; MetaphraA**; Mr. Oififon ; Toledo, Mr.Jamei. CahuJIa, M a. Stcrcnsj. lEiballa,. Mr*. Mnllart} Ja-eintt, Mr�.kiiby-} " 5 .-.j And the Part of Laonora by Mn. Hortofl. To which will be added a -Farce, �i'd The  DEVI L  TO  P:A Y ; or,     r. - The.Wives Metamorphosed. The Part of Sir John Lorernl* by Mr. Hayman f LadjcLotenile, Mr*. Kilby; Jokfon> Mr. Draft*!** Nell, Mn, Djmftall. -With EntertainKent* of Dancing between the Aft*, �a. fejd of AcUI. a Serioos Ballet, bjr Mr. ViJleaeow/ Mr*. Delagwde, ' and others. � End of the Play.  a Scotth -Dance by Mr.vafeneore, M� De-lagarde, Mr. Rkbaidfon, Mr. Delagarde, Mn.Lebtttn, and Mt*^ Lefont. At common  PRICES. Place* for the Bcxei to be takea of Mr. Page, at the Stage-Dow f the Theatre. ,,     e.    ,_, . To begin exaftly at Six o'Closk^ Jdvgr fife mint t of imdtxM*.. *rt tahn i� fr ibis Pafer slfw* Shitting each. t 1   

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