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London Daily Post And General Advertiser

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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 21, 1743, London, Middlesex NvMi.2787 ' 1 F R I p A Y? October 21, 1743; :HIS Morning fiuled cn a Cruize 1 hi* Majefty's Shi^ the Furnace Bomb. Remains in the Downs the Tdcany, Spracklin, for Leghorn. Wind W.N.W. > Gravefend,08. 19. Pafs'd by the Chaplain, Ratter, from Norway. -,'from Bantry-Bay, is arrived The Fernando, - ^ Dover*" -The Hope, Danker, from Hamburgh, in the River. LONDON. Ptvhtt Letters from Paris mention, thatthe Army of M. NoaiHes ate to be fodifpos'd, as to be drawn together in a ftott Time; and that the Officers had receiv'd Orders to continue with their rcfpe&ive Regiments for feme Time. Thejame Letters lay, that Exprtfles have been difpatch'd toBreftandToaloo, with Directions to aU the Sea-Officers to repair on board their JEftips, and to Have their Comple-' stents of Men coinpleat; and that they were building fome [large Men of War, in order to have a formidable Fleet at ;'Sea early in the Spring.--But notwithstanding all thefe Blotters, the Judicious in France affirm, that the French Court would be very glad of a. convenient Opportunity to tetreat withHonour, and willingly give up all the} Glory of their fatareConqaefb:-Nor is it to be doubted, if we com* 'pare the Situation of their Armies before the BritHh Troops ^were fent abroad, and at prefent:-Then refolving to give Laws to Germany:; and Now forc'd to retreat into their own Territories, which they could only defend by Intrench-xnentt; and which all the World know theyareFamous for, and fond of. Yefterday Morning his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wajes went out of Town and took the Diverfion of Shooting, and in the Evening returned to Leicefter-hoafe. yefterday Morning a Party of the Life-Guards pafs'd ftrtf the Oty, in order to lie on the Harwich-Road, to efforts' his^Majefty to Town, whofe Arrival it's fuppos'd will fee by his Birth-Day, which is on Sunday Sev'nnight Orders have been difpatch'd from the Right Honourable the Lords of the Admiralty* to the Captains of the feveral Men of-War appointed; to Convoy his Majefly Home to ;&ildireaiy for rJieOoalT of Holland, to attend # Ma-|efryV embarking at Helvoetflays. 'Yefterday fetirat from Dover-ftreet for Aix-la-Chapelle, the Lady and Son of the Hon. Col, Guife, fqj tie Rcco-Utty ofhcrHeafthv- .>v:.-;-'-Tr^-; � -~ -;-^ OaSatarday laft Mr. Bakev, a Gentleman bred to the Law, and poflefs'd of a plentiful Eftate at Farnbam in Surry, was married to Mi& Fanny Bethel, Daughter of the late/Rev. Mr. Bethel of Partpbill near Winborne in the County of Dorfet; a very agreeable young Lady with a iandfome Fortune. : ; -1 Tie'Rev. -Corteis Wightwick, M.A. is prefented Charles Hayes, Efq; to the Rectory of Bircholt near A ford in Kent, which lately became void by the Ceffion of ft/fa WilJiam HowdeU the iaftrReclor there. On Wednefday- laft died in James-ftreet,'Weftminfter, Capn Henry Nixon, in the 74th Year of his Age; he Was an Officer during the Wars of King William, and Queen: Anne;- Yefterday in the'Afternoon, as Mr. Shelvocke, Secre-ttrytbiheGefaeral Poft-Office, and Mr.Searle, Accoap-" tant of the. faid Office, were coming in a Coach from Giddy-Hall, in Eflex, jhe;Seat of Sir John Eyles, Bart. Fdft-Mafter General, they weri attack'd about a Mile on this Side of Romford, by three Highwaymen, who robb'd them of their Watches and Money, and' made off ondif-Covered. On Tuefday Night Mfc about 8 o'CIock, Mr. Smith a Currier in Wiodrnill-ftreet, was ftopp'd by two Street-Robbers in a Court in Great Wild-ftreet, who demanded Ilia Watch and Money, threatning, with horrid Imprecations,-to bjow his Brains out if he 4id not immediately comply ; but Mr. Smith calling out for help, and endeavouring to.fcize one of them,: they took to their Heels, and tho* they were dofely purfued by feveral People got cjear off. .. % = :. On Wednefday Night about Nine o'Clock,*two Fellows brought the Box, which wasttken On Tuefday Night laft Jtttm behind theRochefter Coach; at the Spread-Eagle Inn-in Gracecburch-ftreet, to the Hpafe of Mr. Cranke without Biiho^igate, and deliver'd it to Mrs. Plummer, to whom i(bdong!d~,: bof all the valuable Things were taken out of it ji^they feM, they accidentally found it in St. George's-Fields; in the. Condiu'on they brought it home, for which trouble they receiv'd Haifa Guinea j and Yefterday Morn. $g an Accdinpt-Book/which was in the faid Box, Was found in Ae Ground of Mr. Byfield, a Dyer in Soutfewark, (having been 'thrown over the Wall} vvho foon after reftor'd it,tpth?.r^ht Owner. U. ^^^turday.laft;w>|committed,to-'his Majefty's Goal in fift.Dunftan's in Kent, Sites Charles, forilealing one Sheep; one Pitchfork, a Cheefe, fome Mutton, and Bread and B�tteit>wliielrteimtxmn^Mr\ - ^ This Morning the two following Malefaclora will be Executed at Tyburn, viz. ,- JamerHanns (who kept the Rofe.and Crown Alehoufe near Paddington) for robbing Mr. Richard Cole and Mr. John Pearfon, in an open Chaife on Hpunflow-Heath; And Jofeph Leweb, for Returning from Tranfp^rtauon. ly&rgaret Stanfbury, for robbing Capt. Morgan: in her Houfe (commonly calPd the Knife and Blood-Bowi Houfe) in Hanging-SwOrd Alley in Fleet-ftreet, who was to have been executed with the above two Malefactors, hasobtain'd a Reprieve for a Fortnight. By the L O RDS J U ST I C E S, HARD WICKE C. GRAF TO N, ARGYLL, T W E E D D ALE, To all to nvbom thefe Prefents fitall com, Greeting, Whereas Thomas AsTLEY of the City of London, Stationer, hath humbjy reprefen-ted unto Us, That he hath been at a very great Expence and.Charge m'puixhaung feveral new En^lifh Manufcripts of Voyages and Travel*, and in Tranflating divers other Books of Voyages and Travels, out of feveral Languages into Englift, and in Engraving Maps and other Plates Tor the fame, intending to Print a New General Collection of the faid voyages and travels, In fevered Volmtt in Quarto, Improved with CHARTS of the feveral Dfatifiont of.the Ocean, and entire new MAPS of each Country, alfo feleS CUTS, reprefentingCities,Antiquities, Animals, Vegetables, the Habits of the People, and otherThings remarkable in their %ind j with ne& Qif courfes and Observations thereupon; which Work may be of great Advantage, as well to Trade as Navigation; and he having humbly befought us to grant him the faid Thomas 4fkf, ,., his Majesty Royal Privilege and, Licence, For the fqfij printing and Publiihing the.&ne for the Term of'Fourteen Years; we being inclined^ encourage An Undertaking offucb Publick Vis and.Benefit,' Are pleafed to condefcend to his Requeft, and do by theft Prefentsin His MAJESTY'S Name (as fiirasmaybeagreer able to the Statute in that Cafe made and provided) grant unto the laid Thomas Aflty^ his Heirs; Executors? Admi-niftrators and Affigns, His M A J EST Y' s Royal Privilege and Licence, -For the fole Printing* fubliuiing, and Vending, the laid Woik, daring the Term of Fourteen Years, to be computed from the-Day of the Date hereof; ftriftly forbidding and-prohibiting all his Majefty's Subje^s, within his Kingdoms and Dominions, to Re-print or Abridge the fame, or any Part of them, either in the like or. any other Volume, or Volumes whatsoever ; or to Copy, or Counterfeit the Sculptures or Maps thereof, either in Great or in Small, during the feid Term; or, to Import, Buy, Vend, Utter or Diftribute; any Copies of the fame, or any Part thereof, Re-printed beyond the Seas, within the faid Term, without the Confent of the faid Thomas Aflley, his Heirs, Executors, Adminiftratqrs, or Affign.% by Writing under his or their Hands and Seals, firft had and obtained, as they will anfwer the contrary at their Peril; whereof theCommif-fioners and other Officers of His Majefty's Cuftpms, the Mafter, Wardens, and Company of Stationers, are to take Nouce, that due Obedience be rendered to this His Majefty's Pleafure herein declared. Given at Whitehall, the 18th Day of Oclober 1743, in the 17th Year of His Majefty's Reign, By their Excellencies Command, - e.,Wefton. Bank Stock 146 1 half. IndiaDitto 193 ihalf. South Sea Stock 113 1 4th. Ditto Old Annuities 115 7 8ths a 16. Ditto New 114 1 halfa 3 4ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 10a 5 8ths. Ditto 1742, 102 5 8ths; Ditto 1743, roo 3 4ths a 7 8ths.' Million Bank 119. Equivalent 111. Royal Affurance 80. London Affurance 11 7 8ths. Englifli Copper 4I. 10 s. . Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation al. 17s. 6d. a 3 I. Pr. India Bonds 4I. 19 s. Pr." Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Prenu Three and 4 half per Cent.. Exchequer Orders 4 i,half Prem. Three per Cent. Ditto a Difc. Lottery Tickets' ir 1. qs. 6d, * to bi ; ^ O L D, LARGE and conYenient Chambers well fitted up, one Pair of Stirs, orer the South-End of the Piatta in the Inner-Temple Hall Stair-Cafe, late in the Pefleffion cf EDWARD CHAPMAN,cEfy -deceafed,-. ; - � i Mr. Blakea; Juftice Guttle, Mr. TafwtU � Beaii Trjppit, Mr.Nealej Melifla, Mrs.bennet{Mrs. Gadabout,Mrs.Ejett�Ji'MifS.Txippit, Mrs. King: Kitty Pry, Mrs;*aftsi At 'co MM on p r i c e s. Placet for the Boxes to be taken at the Stage-Dbo? of die Theatre.' To begin e^ftfy at Sue oXiock. ' \ COVE N T-G A R D EN. AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, this Day, will be prefented m Comedy, caUM The B U. S Y B O D Y. The Part of Marplot by Mr. Chapman $ Sir George Airy, Mr. Ryan j Sir Francis Gripe, Mr. Hippiiley j Sir Jealous TrafScfc, Mr. Marten; Charto, Mr. Hale j Whifper, Mr. JanMS. Miranda, by Mrs. Vincent; I&binda, Mrs. Stevens j Patch, Mrs. Mvllart* To which will be added a Farce of Two cail'd The S- C H O O L-B O Y. ; The Part of the School-Bay by Mr. Woodward; Majfa RakeHn, Mr. Hippiiley j Young Rakeiih, Mr. Hale ; Friendly, Mr.Anderiba; Father Benedict, Mr. James. Lady Manlove, Mrs. Martin j 2^t� tice, Mrsi Danftall. With Entertainments of Dancing between the AOs, tlx. End of a3 II A Serious Ballet, by. Mr. Villeneuve, Mn. Delagarde, and otliers� End of the Play. A Scotch Dance by Mn ViUeneure, Mrs.De* /bgarde, Mr; Richard&o, Mr. Delagaicfas, Mrs. Lebrun, and Mrs* PI ices for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Page, at the Stage-Dose efthe Theatre, To begin exaJSly H Six 0* Clocks G O O P M A N'S-F 1 EL D s! AT the NEW W�L,LS the bottom of lme*-Jlrui, Gtotkuift-Fitiii, this Day, wiUhsperfbrm'4 The USUAL DIV ERS IONS.- With Rope-Dancing by - Monf. JANNO, Monf. Guiliome, and Mr. Huagh. Dansiag by Mr. Carney, the two Matters and Mifs Grxnitr, Mid Story, Mr. Chettle, Mr. Hayes, and Mrs. Hough, And TUMBLING by Monf JANNO, Monf. Movire, and Mr. Hough. Several New Songs by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunningham, and Mrs. Hilh With feveral NEW EQU1LIBRES by the RUSSIA BOY* wh� perforas fcveral entire new Billances, And a,N�w MORRIS-DANCE never perform'iupon any Stage bj SIX MORRIS-DANCERS, Juft Arrivii fiem tie Bath. To which will be added, feveral new Scenes in Grotesque Chi* -� rafters, cail'd The SAILORS PROGRE S S. or,  The Humours of Wapping and Stepney. The Part of Harlequin, by Mr. Hayes; Cofombine, WQfs Story.g 'Squire Noodle, Mr. Chettle ; Lolpoop, Mr. Honghj Sailors, Mrs Cunriingharn, Mr. Carney, and Monf. Granier j STEPNEY LANDLADY, by Mrs. Doublefcorei Mifi Brazen, Mis Jones j Miis Lovdt, Mils Smith j Mifi Dawdle> Mifs Evans. The Whole to Conclude with a Diverting Dane, aSTi 7he. HUMOU R"S of ^TIMSS. Tie CIcatbtf Scetut, endJBbjkk, Itttfgmaiftlfum, Emrj One trill it admitted for a.Pjnt cfmkewpketat ufuafi. To begin every Evening at Five o'CIock. ^ . % Monf. GUILIOME will throw a Sssoeriec over Twontf Men* Heads. For S ALE i; the C A N DLEr- On Wednefday next, at Twelve d'Clockat Noon, .� At LLOYD's Ceffee-Houfe in tambardftritt, THE St. MicHA,Ejv Pri* , vaceer, with 16 Gains, (tSpantJk Frite taken By hk' Majerry'a %> �$PN MpTJTHi) Squarc>^e�*<l,' BnrOea X39 Tons^ rnore or Jefs, wfth g^ Donenfions, sow lying at ihzRtd'1^ttia*& ,, "Inventories to be ieen 00 board thi 6td Privateer, and at theffstct af Sale. Tote ; .Sold by ... SAMUEL BROOKS, Broker, Living on Tower-Hill; the Corner of Sarong-Alley. � .ythrtJBujs anid.1faai^KWilBhfr.nf1^ at Pah* lick and Private Sales s Enters and Clears Ships, &c at the CtfioSt* fJoiifei ajarf'talces out'Me'dite^anm^Paaes. � . ' Arte, He hath alfo feveral Ships to fill by Private Contrai*. To be heard of eVery Morning, at his Office at 5<w�'rCerrcs-hoafe nearthf Ci^i�0r*t CuAcM-HwS Hours j aad'ia After-aoon, *ri&y<fs Cmet-Houila Ztmhard-ftrttf* 3 7? �5 '2 Advtrtifiments of a medtratty Length art tannin'for ibis'gqpffttVm Shitting imb. 0

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