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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 24, 1743, London, Middlesex                                The London Daily Poft, and General Advenife *T**m M O ND AY)  October ?4,   1743- LRRlVEDthe Sooth-Sea Caftl* Man of Wair, from Vimnia j the Carolina Gaily, CampWUfrom Carolina. Came down the Two Friends, CrbmeyV for Carolina; ..Mary, Sweetman, for Madeira ; Neptune, Beach, for Dublin; -Sarah; Powers, for Chichefter ; Hope, Bible, for Portfmouth: 'Ana remain with the Man of War; the three I^tchEaft-India Ships, and Lapwing, Water, for India:; Delaware, Jolly, for Turkey� Tufcany, Sprakling, for Leghorn; and the St. Anthony, Cbokj for Lilbon. Wind Sooth. c The.York, Story, from Maryland ; the Catherine, Cra-thorne, from Lifbon : Catherine, Perry, from Faroe j and St. Jofeph, Welfh, from Oporto, are arrived off Dover. The Anne, Belfey, from. Stockholm/ at Spithead. Thellary, Davie, from Dantzick, in the River. L O N D O N. Since oar laft arrived the Mails from Holland, France and Flanders.  � ' ,s':y Letters from Conftantinople (by the Way of Vienna) bring i Confirmation,that the Grand Vizir is depofed, chat the Aga of the JanhTaries has fucceeded him, and that die Perfians have taken feveral Towns on the Frontiers. FromFriboarg they write, that Prince Charles ofLor-rainVArmy began to decamp the icjthlnftanr, N.S. and marches in four Columnsi for Bavaria; but his Highnefs has left 14000 Foot with two Regiments of Hprfe and four of Huflars m the Brifgao ; but whether they are not able to keep Old Brifac, or whether the Place is of-rib ufe to them, it is certain, that they have demoliflied all the Fortifications of it. According to Letters from Francfbrt, the Dutch Troops SiTed the Rhine the 20th Inftant, N.S.V The Engliib, anoverians, Auftrians and Heffians were following them ; fucceflively, and they all/ take the Route to the Auftrian Netherlands, except a Body of 6000 Hanoverians, that pined the Army during the Campaign, and is now returning Home. Colonel MeritzePs Body of Huflars has Orders to follow the Army :- This Officer is (till very ill of his broken Leg. The Kinglof Prtrffia, in Quality of Elector of Brandenbourg, has wrote a Letter to the King of Great-Britain, importing, that he hoped no Foreign Troops would be quartered thisWinter in theNeutral States of the Empire - To which His Majefty has made Anfwer, that lie..had not the leaft- Intention to take any Step that rnaygive Caufeiof Complaint to the Princes who havechofe to remain Neuter; and that he had nothing fo much at Heart as to contribute, as far as lies in his Power, to reftore Peace jn the Empire. The-fe Letters add, that if the Pro-Jtft for aflembling an Imperial Army takes Place, the Prince of Anhalt Deflau,: whais rgreat Favourite with the King of Pruffia, is to have the Command of it, in Quality of Velt Marfhal of the Armies of the Empire. Extr�8 of * letter from Copenhagen, Oil. 19, N.S. � All our Warlike' Preparations are at laft counter. ' manded^r the Troops which encamped near this City are � already gone back to-their Quarters, and Orders have � been fent to thole that were on the March hither, to. do * the fame.  The Fleet is come info the Harbour again, * and all th�Tnnfpc4l3 that ;faid been hired> are djfmjffed. * Sijme of the Ownerivdf iHenrhave contented themfelves * with half the Sam they cbntra8ed forj arid others, who * have baen'jaid in foil, "have given Security for their re-� turningiutber/next'Spring, tf ' The Reprefentations made by the Uwo Maritime �, Powers, ^weli as .by the?Court of Ruffia, havt greatly v contributed to.UitR^&jta^^ taken to *' fufpend the W^Uk^PmiatatJoris, arid wefUtter ourfelves. � ih�'^l^^a^^i^oufoek by Count Teffin, the * .SwediikMimfter,-will have a happy'Iffue, inafmuch, as ' his Excellency has promifed that his Court will grant the * King whatever'is reafonable, to the End that the'Diffe- * rences ariftri about the late. Election in Sweden, may be * adjured in an amicable Manner.* . . - They- write from the .Hague that on the 24th Inftant N.S. thelluffian-Em^^prxtceiyeda Courier from Petferr foorg with Brfp*tch%cOhe utjnoft importance which immediately- forwarded todParisby another Courier. They add, -that it appears that the good; Harmony between Rur-fia and France is goings tot be;ffr^'thened more arid more, not only by a:pa.rricular, Trjea# of-Alliance, but likewife by aTreaty;o?:Agi^ which the E4riperdrVP^^e"G��t*ad-in his Head in the Yeari I7i7,and 1718..-.?.:-��' - ' -'" We hear from''Gfm^^aat.the.G^yermnent has refolved to makeReprefenfo^'Di: w'the Coqrtt'of London-and Vienna, �A^Mni^^^mrhcTfaay of Worms; whereby fhefe two .Courts engage to procarefot the King of Sardinia the Marquiiate ; ofcFjnalj whr^:t|fe late Fjnperor fold to the RepoWick^mthereat17.1W Jmd ^rw^dsigiye her: the Inven^ure of'ft:^n ^t^ft A�thentipk=marineri: h We beat1 from St.'Malo, that all the PrivateerTof that Town�are. got out ofifhe Har^bor* imd'fottAna^CB'ain or Line jutt at the Mouth of it. This 'ti*jptidj hai beendgne. npona RpmourUiattheEngliffijritend tb!makejomeAts temptthfene. ^-        ' \ , i- From'Paris theytell us, that the Infant Don Philip will; pals the.^inbwat-Ver&illesi uAB the Inhabitant? of^Xy laft fremihe.Bath;. where|he,fias been foitie tiirie'''io>WRecBp^;bf1iec ^ea^fil -' I, r jOifriday laftJdjedr at'jiis*Houfe near Blo^mfpory Market* .Mr.-Thomas Lee; a: Lipnen-rdriaper of Confiderable Bufinefs, arid much efteetnfl by hia Ac^ -TheFroprietdr'of the Temple Purich-Hpufe has^ocur'd the Importation of confiderable Quantities of fo'ch'ftrbrig jQ^-ft^-Cc^acr^randyv^alnmca Ram," anT'BsSTia Arrack^ as .willnot pnlyaj" leift make One Third more Sherbet" into'Punch than.tQoii Bjandy, Rum and Arrack ufually imported will; but when made into .Ponch^is of a moft delicious foft Tafte arid curious Flavour!. The. feveral advantageous and cheap Methods by which. the Tickets and Share, Jn the .prefent StatcLottery, are fold at LOWE and BERRY's Office, give the greateft Sa-tisfecTion to the Town in general, -taMesfa]fo the Convenience of. their pffice;,{achich is ftrnatje freeifrom theNoife of the publick Streets)' yi Stttioners-AUey, near Ludgat'e-Street; thitalmo'ft allPerfons covet to regiller tfawrTlckets with, or piirchafe Shares of therb, as being certain of having their-Bafinefs tranfafted with: the. greateft Exa^fleft, aod being paid;as fpon'asdrawn, aqd as t^is OJicf has been for many Yia^note4 for the feverai Ja�ge?Prize& Sold, Shat'd, or;Rsgifteiy there.--N.B. The OBvce is ^^Jt"open every Evening 'till Nine b'CIock; for'the?Convenience of the Juhlick,; and -ChancerTrf-Shares fold in the foliowl8g Manner, . An Half       --     2I.   ios.� O^arter        --��__: rh    js. Eighth      : -. >� 131. j.Sixteenth        ; � ^ - ' - ;    6.s. And likewife in moreAidvari^g^us-Methods, which may be known by enquiring at tfi�ffi%�03ice. WHEREAS0// bhm^l^iflSMiM^th" a�-other P
                            

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