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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 25, 1743, London, Middlesex                                The London Daily Poft, mi 'Oet^ral Advt^tffer.      ^ i'L     41" T U E S-P    X, .fitcy.bjil^-�5,:'.siJ43- U" j ".'US' Deal, 0Mer2$. IRRI ve.D ^?cggy.^u4Jcnny, Long � andj/fet', PUfer,. from Antigua rthe frien^flup, FWer, i frojnj&rbadoes ; Prahcis, Warren, frbm_"t^pi;";^P#ce;^fl-Ham,' O^iitc, /f^Qm Liverpool. .Remain' the v Men ef-War, the v.]�aft-I$djamen, and theOutward-boond, as mention'^ in my. ,        ,C^e.down5ai^aiy,:|ianc6pk, forLifbon.  WJndS.W.' ; ' "" ' ------- ' Grave/enJtOBoH. 23. Pafs'd by Congreve, Swaver ; end St. Philip,-Gobbey, from-BouVdeaux ;'I*gbnca, An-guin, from Jamaica /; Salty, Qlver; from Gde;mey; Tn-duftry, .Baily, "from St Kirts V Lymihgton, .fcajtfon,. from Bladen, La#rerice jand YorkV'Story, from Maryland. ;,and Carolina, Campbell,from Carolina. ~    , Arrivals atjever-gl.Ports. ThelAsBc� Godjie; Prince ofOrange, -Cobbeft� Ami-tyVBleffing, Hall; Francis, AJbihgtonSt. John, Beach; .Naflaw^SiffonV Bpftbn Gaily* Calcott ;.and theTufcany, Fanner, from Gibraltar, art arrived atMahone. TheRu*tey^ J^ley 1 Jii^Uiptffe3$H from ,Lon-don, alfo atJMahone. The-Charming Sufan, Scott, from London, at Carolina. TheDettingen,' Wrighf^Trom^^ori^t 'Miittfi&'. - The Enterprise, CoHis, "from Virguiia ; and Induftry, Whiting, from SoothVCaroIiria, at Bri5ol. The Grand Dokej Maiiger, from. jNaples, at Leghorn. The PrmcerEdward, White, from London, at Genoa. L  O N  D  O N. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. Letters fromBologneJadvife*, th'atjlje A.oftr^an-Trpops have formed'feyfral'feyb^ xn.the^etg\bc^j;i(K>d 9?. that 'City, i'aifa* pli^/^e^^Lri^lery/ cofififtingof 30-Pieces of Cannorij in the Midft of'them: Their Head Quarters are ftill at St. Michael in BofcoV and" "tTs faia^;that the 'Army will foon be 2.5,000 ftrong, befides the Piedmonteze Troops. From Rimini'they write, that ripoh Advice of the Dif-pofitions making by, Prince Lbbkowitz, the Duke of -Mo-denaand CoantGage have'taken the n'eceflary Mea'ibres for giving him a warm Recepfton. i&Ctfe'M idW^sM-ther : Theyiiave already mailed out arSpot 0? jGr&una\for the-Fieldof Battle, '00^'^at,$^t^'M[Ammunition to the Troop, ,an�fen't away all-the^icktaPefaro.1 They write from, Vienna, thatflhe :Qgeen of Hdtigary has given a ver^.lcin/iJkeception to kthe:OfEats. which "the "Eleciior hf MeW has lately made to her, to ufe'his'' Credit and Infiaence, in order to bring" afoot a general Peace be-ibr* theSprmgv "; '"    " " tv-'"y A       v' ['~'* '� ' From Frarkfprt wejbear,- that aji.theTraops of the.Con- Camps untilihey receive their ultimateC'rdew'Vto march into the Auftrian Neth^laMs. "XRef alfor 'tell us, that Marihal Cqigny js re-affembiing a'largerBodycof Troops.; that foine ^i^kiyMd. Pontons .are.going^np the Rhine from IStfefbdnrjj^ ihefcrPreparatlons aremaJdrig'Jor the^iege if Jribo'i&g, W elfe Tor rioffiihg at aft,'"    ~ - r ' ^ �  * ;h'~r"��- c'�      � ; c^*Me .^s., * that'the^King1 of DenfeM cohients,"opon.thc Jleprefen- * tationsof the Maritime Powers, to;have"his^Claims dppn * Sweden decidedA.byuan\an3icable Negotiatiob : Upbn * which we have d(fr�t<;Eed'a Courier tfi 'Peterfburgh, to ' inform thejE^rnprds cjf tht ^la^ter, and defire her-to.dit Nego-, .theffifi _________     ' alio ^ifpatched an ^x- � I^'w.^^ral-J&ffinW'^jigandiVth^thfimy /nfpend * h?s 'rt-"irtMewrthJ.the5ucco   which ht was' to bring ;ja^hj?im, hkfafe his us. They teU as from Peteribargb, that Admirt^Courn,t Gal-loWm is not to fefs the ^ihter :at ^Ifcrtqh, M Wm erumng'with'^lsl^adron bhjhe Coafo irf^ujfia, that he lnay:be tiiima^MUe'Swedei' isVCafc-t�f- their pcM auacke4%J^matk.::i , v^?-,,r^v^   - Letters frott1 Madrid advife, that the , y Leaer*from Paris j but ^hey-fay;' that the King ofSpain-has^iven. them Leave to fend to- the? South Sea no;more tha.n.two Ships every Year. * , Accordhig^tqthe,Iaft Advices from Conftamanofte; the} Perfian Lord, who^lar-been proclaimed Sophi of Periia-by? thetTujrks,JetQUt;/prrthe^rmy,the-28tL.o^ ^..S; accompanied by Achniet JBafliaw, who was .Grand Vizir fame Time.ago. They add, that his -Army, which is to be very numerous, win march" direclly into Perfia, while  r|iris.nijde Kai-;i^a^>,or Governor of Con^tinople.*^ ^ , The. Earl of -Stair prefented' a'Meincrial >to tjhe rStaws- Leave of their Hig^ A^ghtinefes, an4 ,'�5ferf|J^Pfe-. the Name of the State.  On this Occafion a Gold Chain.: aod^MedaJ, � vahied^at.^opo-Florips/ was p^efented to thc| (^irij|a^idr-JE^n.Migja^eires Name;..bis Secretary wasf :-i?^!^-wi*^?Wfe4al' >WQrii.6oo-Plorin8.'.     : ,.A- ..    , -; WSwn^jr p d]e^ theXa4y-.o/Hw^>God/rey,-iEfq; 1Qre.rKsf.th> ^y.c"mte,jtoJiis RoyaltHigbhefs the! Prftce cf .Wales...' .'     .'          ^; v:'::!'t7'^ On'Friday-Nigitl^ft, .^'l^ige .Qm^'j^^^^^^tfxfd at Newwgtpn-^gu^e i ,')t Wl^xraceard ^ivo'Oays ahdtQi'gpts.inJ^^ging-Wjoodnear Woolwich, aid brought /tomihehce that Night, of which^privater-In'fo^mafibn, Was given totheOfgce.rf; w3pwaitetf%rit.;r^ , ^ We are'certainly f^^i^^^lS^j^^^^f ifNa- .yiyiflg �>bp� ,a't .tbje'&itUb'.Gi&^oajre- w -fiuiiebiljtfhe by the Royal-Exchange; tobigin next Monday .fjrbip Xen to Two, every Day in the W^i(^o^|y|j^^|pied.^. - He al|b'^ropcjfes ^o:te^c|i Latin, '^G|ee|cJ,aIK^rfiPV^Gha^e?, '^0W.^P> ;89?jE|yrljic, jri' g ngw a�d eafy Way. The feveral advantageous and cheap Methods'by which the Tickets and Shares, in ,tfre jusCant .State-Lottery, are WatX'O^E'antfSERR'Y;s Office, gi.yet.he greateft Sa-tisfa�Hon to the Town in general, as does aJlo the .Convenience'df their Office", (which Is 'fituate free from theNoifc of- the-publick Streets) in Statiohiers-Alley, near Ludgate-Street; that almoft all Perfohs covet to regiftertneir Tickets With, 6r purchafe.Shares of them, as being "  " E. R U R -.-iY xJj A N ' NotjiSiedtbis^eafon. iy His Mdjeftf? Company bf Comedians, s, T .thf.Th&m -^PV^  ^ Drury-'L^ne:, his Tferee EJaughters.  ^ The Part of King Ji^rito be performed by Mr. Delane; Edgar, Mr. CgffiWi-XSta&f-V Afe*fMee�i-fcftw�jr-Mr. ^-.-Ginard ; Kent, Mr.Winftones Cornwall, Mi.Bkkesj ^Ljbaixy, Mr.Crofi; BWgF-� a%.^rjjee^^tJ^f^r:^^ Mr, A^il. lirlgagSy: Mr.Deife,' Mrs. Waiter, t. l*�iei, Mr. 4 Dance Jby ...... ^A1"^' Aft V.'A new rjance^fcy Mri'Muilment, TnrVOefle. Mr. Lwiejj -c 11 ^^DnE^o �. a'i^^artof^ge ^�l-?oy by Mr. Yates j Major RakeiA, Mr, Bridges j Voung"Rakeiib, Mr. Croli; Friendly, MnAnderfon j_Fa-. '  " '- -5tt C ctot MO N Places for the B�^a fo be fekeri at the Stage-DoqrSf the.ThfafJ'?- .Is to -v fa N^-y^r To-iaorrpjfi      beprtJented. a Tragedy, c^li'd Q    R    F    H    A    N- v   OR, The Unhappy Marriage. The Part of C^Uff,:io,bjevatteaipted by aC�N.TiEMANj~- 1 ft Aca4?.' Mr. Stepbrni j apman'. Senna, Mb. Hals �. And the Part of Monitnia ty.Mrj-.Bortonfc ^------ "----Td*whicK'wi'll"6e7dded a fars�, call'd The   IVtUi/C K - DO'G-T O Ji.   . The part of the Moc^,TDc4pr bjr'fifr. OoaJgall        jaiper,'^ may And likewife in more Advantageous Methods beknotfnBy eh|lifrin]| atthe above Qh^ceT WHEREAS it has bien i^feAei-(bylMiJlake) in this and. other Papers, tbof Mr. JONES,   -Mafie'rif the Rpval-Bagnip, in Newgate-Street, 'was didS,' which tfaPPrthen* , ded will he a Prejudice fo thi-faWMrlXp^%$;>ftYs"ts tforlfii>e% live mtiie, thdfhe'typll7ivi^aad 'terforms anrimigence, and hopes the Continuation of the Favour of Endof byMr.VUleneo  � -   -ig�^/M'l7-RiSard?"* atari, by Mr. Villenegvej Mr*. Bel'a garde, and others. ' - -    - jai^cp^^.jBjd^%/;Mrs.'Dl- Lefont. Mr-Delagarde, Mrs. Irfbrtuv 'aalSriHr?/ fi^fijff^-feS.I?'^!^*�.-^Mt�Bi&i at�he'iSoge^pMr fwTBeatre; .xarfi^f.. sr^- sr.-1 To begin exactly at Sir o'Clock. On Friday next ^ tb^ Benefit5f �a^i}fi&IOM,,wi]i.i� ^reftftfetflfe'TrTgFdy^fCSTOT Wl^of Cat�will be performed by Mr. QJJIN, . ,   . /r �--  ^ t 4dverf\fem$nts tfa mderatt Length art taken in for. tlpis gqper at Jm Sbiliin^smk. 3 5 /   

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