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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 15, 1743, London, Middlesex                                The London Daily Poft, and General Advertifer.  NuMBi2782- SATURDAY,  October is,   1743, Deal, Oklober 13. HE Three homeward-bound Ships are failed for the River. Came down and failed Three Friends, Jnbbar, for Antigua. Wind South. ' drrvotdat fiveral Perls. The Greenwich, Gely ; and Tufcariy, Nichols, from Newfoundland, are arrived at Naples. The Gibraltar, Spiring, from Exon, at Oporto. * The Henry, Sherburn, from Bofton, atBarbadoes. The Britannia, Latchford ; Mitford, Rowe j and Frere, Lififey, from Barbadoes, at Plymouth. The Bladen, Lawrence, from Maryland, at Dartmouth. L ON DON. Yeflerday ^arrived two Mails from Flanders and one from France. They write from Bologna, that Prince Lobkowitz hat called in all the Detachments that lay in the Ferrareze, and caufed. his whole Army to encamp in the Bologneze: He had alfo demanded 3,000 Rations of Bread per Diem, of the Senate of Bologna, for fo long a Time as his Troops may (lay in that Country: - They add that the Prince has fent out 1800 Horie to intercept the Spanifli Artillery that was coming for Civita-Vecchia to the Camp ; and that Count Gage bad thereupon detached 1400 Troopers, .with a Foot Soldier mounted behind each of them, to efcorte that Artillery. Letters from Turin fay, that there is ftill. a great Defers tion  among the Spanifli Troops, and that fcarce & pay paffes without bringing about 50 of them into the^ied-xnonteze. Camp. The King's Field Equipage - was ftht a-way to the Camp the.27th of laft Month, N.S, and his lvlajefty was to have followed it in* very few Days. The firft Colamn of the Infant Don Philip's Army, (according to Advices from Pans) have made themfelves Maf�. ter� of Dauphin Caftle, and continue their March over the Mountains: At firft they attempted, upon the Commandant's refuting to furrender, to take it Sword-in-Hand ; but meeting with a warm Reception, they brought up fome Cannon before ir, which quickly did the Bufinefs for them. Letters from Peteriburgh advife, that the Emprefs has fent Orders to all. the Governors of Provinces to coarpleat all the Land Forces with the fame Difpatch as in Time of War j and that the like. Orders are ifTued for manning the Fleet. They add, that they e&fily guefi the Reafon or the Court's acting wich fnch Difpatch; but they have not been fo kind as to tell it to us. Extra8 of a Letterfrom Dantxick, 08. 6, N.S. * All the Jj^ers we-receive frbni Peteribujgb, jiotonly * confirm that 30 Ruffian Gallic* are fafled from thence to * Stockholm with. 10 compieat Regiments,- but that 40 ' other Gallies had taken onboard upwards of 7000 Men ' in Finland, and are already^ arrived atRtyel, where; they � will pafs the Winter ; and, in fine, that Raffia has above * ico Men of War and 70 Gallies, ib Readinefs to affift ' Sweden, in cafe the King of Denmark is refolved to at-� tack her j But weperfift in the fam: Opinian.^that the * great Arjnamems making by his Danifh Majefly'arjs not * levelled attheSwedes, btfcaufe of the little Likelihood of * hjs fuceeeding in fuch a Defign againft the united Forces' ' of Ruffia and Sweden. * Several Palatines are gone to Warfaw, in order to pre- * vail with the King to convoke a Dyet for fettling fome � important: Articles that relate to the Maintenance of the � Crown Army. Nay,v fome fay that they are-on the � Point of fignirig a Confederacy,I .and that the great Ge-� neral of the Crown Army, Count Potocky, is to repair � to Warfaw, and then-;piit himfelfat, the Head of the * Troops : But this Resolution has not paffed, or elfe the � Execution-ofit is fufpended. It is certain, that the � whole Kingdom earneftly wifheafbr the King's Prefence, � and it is probable: that in the prefent precarious Situation * of Affairs, his Majefty will refolve to take a Journey thi-' ther, which cannot fail ofputtinga Stop to all thofc Ih- * ttiguerand-Cabals among the Grandees.       w. According to Advices from Copenhagen,. they are ftill making Preparations for the Marriage of the Princefs Louifa to the Prince of Denmark 5 but at the fame Time they iniinuate,. that it will not be celebrated till the Parliament of Great-Britain has fettled her Royal Highiiefs's Portion j thep they brand this ibr a fatfe' Report, and fo leave us as wife, upon,, the whole, as we were before.. - FromI Hague^au we tiear>: that Marftjal Noailles's; Army was to /break up the srjth ioftant, N'S. anft/raa^^ftto'. Winter-Quarters : The Princes of!the Blood h^d Orders to be at Verfaflles by? the zotfe. .'As"..fpr'Mu^;^6igny,t Army, it will not Teparate 0 Prince Charles's Troops have abandoned the Banks of the Rhine.- The Auftriah Army under this Prince is retiring, the C&valry into'Swabia, land the; Infantry lower down; the Rhmej but^hia H'ghnefs leaves 12000 Men for the Safety of the Province of Briigau. '   ' Letters from Mentz fiy, rhaf his; BrffanhickMajefty fet out the 16th Infant, N.S. for Hanover, leaving the Command of the whole Army to the Dukef of Afembergv They tell us from Paris, that an offenfive and defenfive Treaty of Alliance is juft concluded between France and Ruffia, and this is the Reafon why the French Miniftry have not been in Hafle to declare War, becaufe /he- waited 'till they could ftrike a Blow to fome Purpofe. Alfo. That the Swfli Cantons have demanded Satisfaction of Prince Charles of Lorrain, for fome Ravages committed on their Territories by the Pandoars, threatening at the fame time, to fend a Body ef Troops to make Reprifals, in Cafe . it isdeaied them. ExtraS of a Letter from Poo/, 03. 12. � The Thomas and Mary of this Port, Pike, bound for ' Newfoundland to Oporto, was taken the 29th of Auguft, ' about five Leagues, from Villa-du-cunda, by a Privateer ' belonging to St. Sebaftians of 24 Oar?, 4 Gun?, 34 Men ' and Small-Arms in proportion.-I am told by Captain ' Pike, that the Privateer attack'd him at One o'clock in ' the Afternoon, and did him abundance of Damage, for ' lying under his Stern, every. Shot rak'd him fore-3nd-aft, ' and wounded one of his Men, tho1 not mortally.   He de- * fended himfelf for more than two Hours, kill'd two, and ' wounded, three of the Spaniards. Then the Privateer ' fell a-ftern, beyond the reach of his Guns; but in a li.tle ' Time return'd to the Attack, and boarded him with up- * wards of 20 Men. It continuing Calm his Maji ft/a Ship 'the Wolf could not come to his Affiftance; ib that the ' next Morning he was carried into Laguonda in Galicia.' JYelferday Advice came, that the Robert Wifb, from Cagliari, is taken and carried into Malaga. Alfo, that the Jane and Anne, laden with Bjtter, is carried into Efbpona; the Mailer's Name James Conejo. . It is alfo reported, that a large Ship, carrying 24 Guns, loaded with Bales, Tin, and Wheat, i> carried into Ceuta-Bay; but her Name, or the Circurnftances of her being 'taken SB riot known. Yefterday there was an Account, that two Spanifh Privateers, one carrying 50 Men, and the other 35, are taken by two Rovers of Algiers, and carried into ihat Port. Laft Tuefday was' married at St. Clement's Church near Cannon-ftreet, Mr. Hutchins; a confiderable Potter and China-man in Blackman-ftreet, Southwark, to Mrs. Clark, Widow of Mr-Clark, formerly a Diftiller on Cock-Hill, in Shadwell; an agreeable Lady with a handfome Fortune. On Thurfday died at Ealing near Afton, Mrs. Martha Tilliard, a Maiden Lady of confiderable Fortune; whofe Death is greatly lamented by the Poor, to whom the was a conftant Benefactor. On Tuefday - laft died faddenly in Bear-ftreet, nearLei-cefter-Fiekfs, Mrs. Vcre, Wife of Mr. Vere, a wealthy Tallowchandler. On Monday laft one Mr. Wood, a Painter, was flopped near Wooburn vin Bedfordfhire, by two Men drefs'd in Butchers Frocks, who knock'd him off his Horfe, robb'd him of what Money he had in his Pocket,, and tied him Neckband Heels, where he iay till rclcafed by a Wag-.goner. Yefterday the Seffions ended at the Old Baily, when 12 Prifoners were tried, five whereof were caft for Tranfporta-tion, and feven Acquitted. Such have been the Difputes of late among the yirtuofi,-about the Superiority of Sex in the famous African, that the Proprietor has now afrefli Print, to fet this Affair before the Eyes of the Pablick, in its prefent State ; for though the late Dr. Douglas, Dr. Sandys, and William Chefelden, Efq; had engaged fome of the moft eminent Artifts* to delineate this Curiofity two or three Years ago, yet Nature it feems fiat, fince improved the Wonder to fuch a Degreej; as to rende^a new Picture abfolutely neceflary. High Wateeifcfr: after'8, . at London-Bridge, at 22 ^Minutes Bank Stock 147 a 146 3 4ths. India Ditto 194 3 4th* a 194. South Sea Stock 113 14th. Ditto Old Annuities 115 3 4ths a7 8ths." Ditto New 114 1 half a 5 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 102-5 ^hs. Ditto 1742, 102 5 8ths. Ditto 1743, 101 a 100 7 8th�. Million Bank 119. Equivalent 111. Royal Affurance 80. London Affurance 11 7 8ths. Engliu Copper 4 1. 10 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no. Price. Bank Circulation $, 1. Pr. India Bonds 4I. 18s. Pr;:; Three arid a half Salt Tallies 3 P.em. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Ordeit 4 1 half Prem. Three per Cent. Ditto 1 7 8ths Difc. Lottery Tickets til. 10s. Admiralty-Office, October 13, 1743. Qhteen        belonging to bit Majefty's Ship . the GreyBfo^nji, tuba came up.the River Thames in the Shaftfbury Eafi^&dia Ship, in the room ofprefs'd Men, having* left the /aid Ship asfoon as fie was moored, and being now abftnt from their Duty without Leave ; The Lords Com-miffioners of the Admiralty da hereby nuark the faid Men, that if they do niit immediately repair to their-Ship the Greyhound at the No're, the Marjhal of the Admiralty will be direQed to apprehend them, in order to their being tried at a Court-Martial as Deferters. Tho. Corbett. D R U R Y-L A N Not ARed tbefe F.ve Teart. Bv His M&jeflf-s Company of Comedians, AT'lhe Theatre - Royal in Drury-Lane, this Day, will be prefsnted a Tragedy, oall'd The MOURNING   BRIDE.  The Part ofOfmin by Mr.Delanej the King, Mr. Winftoue} Gonzalez, Mr. Bridge*; Garcia, Mr. W. Giffard ; Heli; Mr. Taf-woll j Selim, by Mr. Crofs : Alonzo, Mr. Ahderfon ; Perez, Mr. Ray.   Almeria, Mn. Giffard; Leonora, Mrs. Bennet j And the Part oif Zara by Mrs. Rcbeits. With Entertainments between the Acla, vi*. End of A& IT. Singing by Mr. Sullivan. Aft III. A Dan re by Monf. Defle, Mrs. Walter, Mob� Liner, � Mr. Shawford, and MitsScot. AftV. A new Dance, by Monf. Muilment, Monf. Defle, MonX. Liviez, Mrs, Waiter, and others. At   COMMON   PRICES. Placet for the Boxes to be taken at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin exactly at Six o' Clock. *#* On Tuefday"next will be prefenteda Comedy, call'd The RELAPSE, or VIRTUE in DANGER. The Part of LtrdFoppitigtOn to be perform'd by Mr. CIBBER. COVEN T-GARDEN. AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, Monday next, will befrefented a Tragedy, call'd The   ALBION   QU EENSj or, The Dtaih of Mary Queen of Scotland. Duke of Norfolk, Mr. Ryan ; Davifon, Mr. Hale ; Morton, by Mr. Bridgwater j Cecil, Mr. Rofco; Gifford, Mr. Gibfon j Douglas, Mrs. Stevens j Qjeen Elizabeth, Mrs. Woodward ; And the Part of Mary Qjieen of Scots by Mrs. Horton. With Entertainments, as will be exprefs'd in the Bills of the Day. At COMMON   PRICES. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Page, at the Stage-Ddar of the Theatre. To begin exa&ly 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 Letun-ftrtft, Goodman't-F'teldi, this Day, will be perform'd The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Rope-Dancing by Monf. JANNO, Monf. Guiliome, and Mr. Hough. Rutcing by Mr. Carney, the two Maflers and Mifs Granier, MiA . Story, Mr. Cnettle, Mr. Hayes, and Mrs. Hough. And TUMBLING by Monf. JANNO, Monf. Movire, and. Mr. Hough. Sereral New Songs by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunningham, and Mrs. Hill, With fe�eral NEW EQUILlBRES by the RUSSIA BOY, wh* performs fevers! entire new Balluces. And the Surprising Performances of the Famous BATH   MORRIS-DANCERS., To which will be added, feveral new Scenes in Grotefque Characters, call'd The SAILOR'S PRWRESS. o r, The Humours of Wapping and Stepney. The Part of Harlequin, by Mr. Hayes ; Colombine, Mifs Story ; /Siprr V"T""! Mr�ntwfh.; T^lp^.  Mr-H^uah-; -Sailnrr. Mi-.._ Cunninghain, Mr. Carney, and Monf. Granier j STEPNEY LANDLADY, by Mrs. HILL ; Mifs Brazen, Mifs Jones; Mifs Loveit, Mils Smith } Mifs Dawdle, Mifs Evans. The Whole to Conclude with a Diverting Dance, call'd Jfe HUMOURS of the TIMES. TbeCloatbs, Semes, and Mufick, being tntiteli new. % Every One will be admitted fir a Pint of Win* e-fiect at ufual. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. %* Monf. GUILIOME will throw a Somexfet over Twenty Mens Heads. Royal Hofpital for Seamen at Greenwich October 12, 1743. nnHE Dire Stars of bis Majejly's Royal Hof- pital fgrjSeatnen at Greenwich hereby give Notice, that Juch Perfons as are willing to fupply the Jaid Hofpital with Hops, may deliver in their Propofals, with Samples of the fame, to the Directors at Salters-Hall, on Wednesday the 2d of November next, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon ; and in the mean Time by applying to the Steward and Brewer of the faid Hofpital at Greenwich, they may be informed of the Sort wanted, and of all ether Particulars relating thereto. T\/HEREAS on the 12th of September- y\ laft Daniel Farmer abfented himfelf from the Service of Cbrifiopber Gib/on, of St. Paul's Church-yard : This is to forewarn all Perfons from paying him any Money on his Matter's Account. And whoever Bull apprehend and ftcure the /aid Daniel Farmer dull have Five Guineas Reward paid by the faid Cbrifiopbtr Gibfon, , N'B. Tbe faM Daniel Farvur is about 4o Years of Age, lovr Suture, rdiilll iUUUiUU**, BlOWU eufflpltiJufl, ami Ulj aisi flfrluiuy -3 2. 0 Jufi PubUJb'd, APrint of the Right Reverend Father in God, Dr. BENJAMIN HOADLY, Lord Bi&op of Win-tbtfier ; Engraved by Mr. BARON after a Picture painted by Mr.. HOGARTH. To be had at the Glides Head in Lacefter.Fieldt, Price J1. jdletiifemeMs eft mdiratt Length art t*kenm.f$r this Papr *t Tm Shillings g(h.   

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