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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 27, 1743, London, Middlesex                                T H U R S D AY,  October.47,   1743. Virgihiiu Si: jSnfcr, tie ; sarcfa, for&fbori. Came down Profperdus Efther, Northcott {the vC^merford,: for Cork ; Aand remaji^,whh. trJte ftlan of War acd^tward-bound, as in jriylsft. Wiria South. S;GraaefndtO&ctek$. PafsM by Charming Rebecca; Dobbins, from Montferrat; Providence, Walfpn, from Dunkirk;; Fanny, Honyfprd ; Afl.ted,.OIivex 1 and Peggy and Jenny, Long, from Antigua,      j 1 The Diamond, Goatley, from London, is arrived'at Leghorn.  The Two Friends, Seward, from Antigua, off Dover. The Concord, Faritfr, from Maryland, in the River. L O N D O N. the Liverpool intothe Downs, - to take Care of them as far | as Plymouth;"'from whence they are to be convoyed, by the Fox Mail of War, who has received .Orders for that pur-pofe. - ., .-.      . Yefterday came Advice that fhe Bridgwater Man of War, Capt. Fielding, was loft the 16th or i8th of Sep-tcmb�r apBt.Shoai onthe Wej^ward of Cape Pine, in a F9g*�?^^*here cani>e no Convoy for the Newfoundland Ships till the Commodore fails, which will be about the .Middle of the next Month. The fame Day there was an Account, that an" Englifh Privateer Sloop, with 45 Men onboard, had taken a Spa-nifh Privateer, with 75 Men, after 3 fmart Engagement, and carried her into Carolina, on the 25th Of Auguft. Yefterday Morning died, in the 63d Year of his Age, Herbert Williams, Efq; a Gentleman of confiderable For. tune in Wales, and much efteeih'd by his Acquaintance. Yefterday" JoBh Gerrard was committed to Newgate, by Col, de Veil for picking the Pocket of Capt. Murray of a fine Cambrick: Handkerchief, asI h'ei was coming out of Drury-Larie Elayhoufe, but as it is almoft impoffible now to commit* Pickpockets at Night without a Refcue, he was carried by Mr. Gray and his Affiftants to Covent Garden Roundhoufe; in the doing of which, he was feverely wounded by feveral Volleys of Stones and Brick-bats, which his Accemplicer beftowed very Liberally upon the Peace Officers. Yefterday, a Highwayman was taken at Crayfoot in Kent, by a Gentleman, whom he had robb'd a little before, on Gallows Green. He had robb'd feveral Coaches, &c. the fameDay; and was fo mean as to rob a poor Boy of Two-pence Half-penny, pull'd him off his Horfe, and us'd him very ill. He isfaid to bed Batcher in Southwark, and belongs to a great Gang. The lame Day three Rogues were, taken at Gravefend, who have committed feveral Robberies near that Place in Sailors: Habits. Among the many Sufferers in the prefentWar, Captain Norton, late Commander of the Crawley Pink, deferves to be remember'd, whofe gallant Behaviour already nude pub-lick, we (hall not enter into.a new Detail of; but Gratitude obliges' the'Family of this brave unfortunate Man to ac- Yefterday_arrived the Mail from France.  ^ ktraS.of a-Letterfrom Laneville, 03. zi, N.S. -We how enjoy jp|^found Tranquility in this Coun- * "fry? auod ate no longer under- any Apprehenfions cf its * ^ea^djfturbed. ^e; Retreat of the Allies and of " Prince Charles of Lorain's Army has diffipated the A- * hums of thofe that were afraid of an Invafion here, and * blaftedthe Hopes' of fuch"as flgtfed for a Revolution. * Hpweyer the Lattetwere not'fa apmerous as was be- * liev&Hn; Foreign Countries. We live under fa mild a � Govejiunent,* (poftibly.il- may ;be ibmewhat better than the French Government, while King Staniflaus lives}� that , it waald-be fuperlative Folly torwmt w fee a� Hnd of * it, and expofe ourfelves to the Conferences of a Revolt: * But -what Deft difcovers the Sentiments of the Publick, is � the Joy expreffed by all the Inhabitants of this. City, at the Arrival of - the' King oaf Mi&er, ~ who; caine back * hither the 19th Inftant from N&cy, and at the* Arrival �of the Queen, who returned thWMorrung.V .Nothing can '-equal the People's Demonftrationk of "joy and Amnion K'.bn thefe Occafions: The"*Baigfceti/vrtnt biit on tiprfei � back, and met the Queen above two Leagues from this * City, and conducted her Majefty Intp the very Court- * Yard of the Caftle, the jLiie-Guards giving place to � them all the Way: Bonfires were; lighted before every * Houfe, "and for three Honrrtol^tber.the^Caftle w(as in a * Manner befifiged by the' Populate who made tfce: Air * ring" with repeated Acclamations of Lpng Live the King ' andfS>ueen.  A great; deal of Money has been thrown oat * at the Windows to the People-; the whole- Town isI. ill * luminated, and Foumaihs'Of Wine are flowing at the �: End of almoft every Street. The Company of Players � belongine.m.th'frQ)nrt.ire . *."morrowoft riis-jQccifioni by exhibiting a publick Bam H^s " ��ww�?jeas. * gratu?;V\:.     .vr,-- >f: 1 .     -      .. -  v.^l ; No;_53764,.aPa2eof 5ooo 1 According to Advices from. Pat is, they go on with great 5uccefs iirrofmirig Tand compleating � the new Companies, | and an A^j^entatidn of toMenis tobe made'in every \ Troop of-Dragoons. ' " ;TheGarrifon of Ingolftadt, together with the French Prifoners in Bavaria, that were included in the Capitulation ftfjthatf Placed making * iq aU 3500 Men, are arrived in jAlface:  t :.TJ��!Attftfians, being Pait''br^r^ce Charles :of Lor-rain's Army, havd formed a Camp below Rbinvallers, of a]�out JUw-vOiOOOMeri;-and"a�other oTequal "Strength below Strafbourg;,and B^MmrTreacfe is mjtUng fome Motions with his Pandoures in th& Neighbourhood of Old Bri-fac; att^wliich has made Marihal Coigny refolve not to fcparate his Army jet; . 1 ? . ' - MarihalNpalilles's Army has began, to file off.towards Sarre Lbflia'iuS.the ljgg(&kv; and hi? Excellency has^fent^ away "hi*"Artniny Vol Strafbourg, :M�a^: Ddial},- ai^^Lsr' Feiie.-r ^olonelMeniael^^^Htiflarslia*eappealon. WSwe'QfLorraio. '{ :'      -. :;"';^ t,- V,^.:. .  . They affare os{ftillfrpm[ftify-tfyQG-Js^W&itait:. Bn.ajrr^rbte to theEinjperor,:&foreihe:feomforHario^� ye^,(t]^f hewas going ^o- laboupaboutai Accoflomodatidn ^|weea.:ihis- imperial Majefty^nd frJiefCbart ;of _Y�enna. But on the-other-hand they^tell.^ir, ;thiu'(h(;1Cing ,bflPruf-" fik5m�Sf.idfawn icrp i;Plah of Pa'^intanon; for} ft* E^perbr' -an^;%^eehroft Hurigirj^ iies, ieace.^y feconclude^^ ,^jat"if! eitheri^theiarejec\s4ti hi*^P�n^yM�je^pottlfa; formidable Army iaid hisTernt^reaib the Springs ;r  TheFrench Kinghai'pubhihed^lF^^ the'Duties, on divers Sons of GooJd> expoited from France, efpecially Cfehjj and Stuf6,vn order tc eoiarge theFo- Z--J^T- Che T^tre-Royal in Covent-Garffpn cei^n Tfitde of his^Subjecb 1 Applioation having teenimadei'totiie Rigfi^Ho*; the' Lords of the Admiralty/or a Convoy fbrjhe Ships^bound to' Portngar,'thejr^oMftlp's^iVTliew pTKaecT t�6rder knowledge the;Goodnefs of Mr. Rich, who on Application to him for the Favour of his Houfe far the Captain's Benefit, out of his wonted Love of Charity, jeadily granted the fame : Another Inftance of Compafiion is fhewn by Mr. Quin, who at theRequeft of the Friends of thefe diftrefled People; chearfully confents to appear in the Characler of Cato To-morrow ; fo that from the Circumftances of the unhappy Captain-Norton, fo much pitied by thefe two Gentlemen; and his undaunted Defence againft fo powerful a Force, highly to be applauded by all true Englifh Men, 'tis tobe hoped, there will not be wanting on that Day, a numerous Audience, a TeAimony how much Humanity Benes/bleirce, tmd Love of-Liberty, ftill reigns in the the greateft Prize, fold or fhar'd at any Office in London, wi:h feveral others of-3000'J. 10001. 5001. 1001. &c. being fold and ibar'd by J.-HAZARD, occafions a great Demand for Tickets and Shares' of. Tickets, at his Office under the Royal-Exchange,- and at his other Office fronting Stationers-Hall, nearLudgate. Tickets regifter'd at either of thefe Offices will be enter'd in two different Numerical and Regifter Boeks, and at two feparate Offices ; by which Method, the 'Accounts may be depended on as the moft Correc\and Authehtickl - All Gentlemen who have "done the Proprietor of the TEMPLEPrjNCH-HOUSE the Honour to call at his Houfe.allow that the Punch made there is not to beexcell'd-atfAfliley's, Wcnman's, or any where elfe; his Ambition being only to give all Gentlemen a general Satisfaction. iBankiitoCk^ 146. India Ditto, 192 a 1 half. South Sea Stock..1.1.3.... Ditto Old Annuities 114 a 1 8th. Ditto New 114 3 4ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 102 1 half a 3 4ths. -Ditto 1742, 102 i half a 3 4U1S. Ditto 1743, 100. Million Bank 117 1 half ex. Div. Equivalent 111. Royal Afluranee 80. London Affurance u 5 8ths ex. Div. Englifh Copper 41. 10 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Lo�;n6 Frier. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Ca�ui?tipn^2j. 17 s. 6d. z 31. Prem.; India Bonds; 4.1. .18$. Pr. , Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Preai .Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 4 1 half Prem. Three per Cent. Ditto 2 Difc. Lottery Tickets 11I. 7 a. 6 d. a 7 s. General Poft-Office, London,-. Ocl. 24, 1743. JprflEREJS the Troops   GreatrBritain are  fr!.;v marching or manbtdt mi(tibeirWintir\^artt'rSi. ; iuibe Auftriau Netherlands i this is te^ inform\fyegu0ckj \ thai itil Letters direffeifor tie Officers, '?pHitr& ] 'ta^jim^ \ belonging to, or attending oft tbeJaid:Afmy% wilibcfentfrom this Office freerfibe Foreign fyffager andTthdt am tbt jfa- �ac land  oft age will be demanded for fuch Letters, fraddreffed or tireaed to the Army aforefaid,, as, come from opt of the feverai Parts of the 'Country;  -witboni   Sec. High Water this Day at London-Bridge, at 39 Minutes after 6 d r u r r:-Z: a n Not Jiaed-tBisSeafm. -By His Majeflfs Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre-R6yal In Drury-Lane, this Day, *ffl be proTefated a Pliy, callM  n The  S P AN I IS H  F R Y A R \ OR, 'the Double Discovery. The Part of Torrifinond by Mr. Ddancj Lorenza, Mr. Gtfrard; Gomez, Mr. Collins; Bertran, Mr. W. Giffard j the Fryar by Mr. Bridges; Raymond, Mr. Winftone; Aiphonib, Mr. Anderfon ; Pe-dr�, Mr.Bltkes.   Elvira, Mrs. Gifiard; Terefa, Mrs.Bennetj And the Part of the Queen by Mrs. Roberts. With Entertainments between the A&s, viz. End of Aft I. Singing by Mr. Sullivan. Aft II. A Dance by Mr. Deffe, Mrs. Walter, MnLhiez,'Mr� Shawford, and Mifs Scot. Aft IIL Singing by Mr. Sullivan. Act V. A new Dance by Mr. Muilment, Mr. Deffe, Mr. Ltvief, Mm. Walter, and others. v To which will be added a farce of T�Q AOs* eall'd The  L Y I N G   VALET. . The Part of the Lying Valet by %fr. Yates j Gailefi.hy Mr. Blakes; Tuftice Guttle, Mr.Tafwell} Beao Tnpp)tj Mr.Neale; Melifla, Mrs. Bennet; Mrs.' Gadabout,' Mrs. Egexton J'Mrs. Tripprt, Mrs.King} Kitty Pry, Mrs.Y4tes. -     ^       - At  COMMON   PRICES. Places for the Bores to be taken at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin exafily at Six o'clock. % To-morrow (by Defirej will be prefcnted .ffiSOP. coven t;g a r d e For the Benefit of Capt. NORTON, late Commander of the Crawley Pink, ivbo luas taken the \%th of September lafty after a Gallant Engagement of . five Hours ivith Twelve Spanifh Privateers. this Day is publffid-O EPORTS of CASES mtermined in the IV Court of King^s-Bensh. Together with tome other' Cafe?; fromTrin. rzGeb.I. to Trin.7. Geo.U. ioeloS�e.   With TaWes-�f the Names of the Cafes, and of the '= principal Matters. In Twi Volumes. - By THOMAS BARNARDISTON, , .'.   �'�       r-       '��   Serjeant urLaiu. ^ . ^ Printed for H. Lintot, and fold by WilliamChiaoeryln^theZoBer* Temple-Lane. .. . . ..  -r-i-rr^T-r?r--    JPiert'mfyBeBadj " Reports of Cafes, determined in. the .High Court of Chaa oery. By tbe^iame Author.     . i -v~' '. V :�Jatyt$ takeni� for ibis Paper it Two Shillings each. c 1 To-morrow, will be preieated the Tragedy of c      at      o. Written by the late Mr. Addltyn* The Part of CATO Mr. U       1       N 5 Portius, Mr. Ryan ; Sempronius, Mr, Caihel'; Juba, Mr. h�I� \ Lucius, Mr. Rafco; Syphax, Mr. Gibfon; Marcus, Mr. Anderfdj 5 Decius, Mr. Ridout.  Lucia, Mrs. Stevens ; And the Part of Marda by Mrs. Horton. With Entertainments of Dancing between the Ads, via. End of Aft III.  A Serious Bailet by Mr. Villeneuve, Mn.Dela* garde, and others. End of (he Play.  A Scotch Dance by Mr. Villeneuve, Mrs. De* lagarde, Mr. Richardfon, Mr. Belagarde, Mrs. Lebrun, and Mrs* Lefout. Places far the Boxes tafce takes of Mr. Pag�, at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. Boxes 5 s.   Pit 3 s.   Firft Gallery z s.    Upper Gallery 1 s* To begin exactly at Sir o'Clock. *,* On Saturday next will be prefcnted a Comedy, eall'd The LONUUN UUCKOLDS. -Wth EnterfaihmenBr*" St: G O O D M A N'S-F I E L D S. For the Benefit of Mr. GRANIER, and the Two Maf.ers and Mifs GRANIER.--- At the NEW WElXS the bottom, of Lmtm-firittf Goodman'S'Fit'dr, this Day, will be perform'* {several New Exercifes of Rope-Dancing, Tumbling, Vaulting, and Equilibres. Rope-Dancing by Most Jaano, Mr. Hongh, and Mailer Mor�^ gan. Mr. WiUiaaa^sflUjerfenn feveral Wrw Hwntft aa tbt Slack K6pe. WitH leveral new Songs by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunningham, and Others. Dancing by Mr. Carney, Mr. Hayes, Mr. Granier, Mr. Chettle, Monf. Jasmo, Mrs. Hough, Mifs Story, Mils Davis, ant Mrs. Rawlings. Likewiie Dancing by the two Mafters and Mils Granier, viz. A French Pea&nt by Mafier John and Mifi Granier. A Scotch Dance by MaAer and Mifs Granier, and others. The Savoyard-Dance by Mafter and Mifi Granier, and others*. Vivaldi's 5th Concerto oh the Violin by Mafter Granier. Aho a Minuet and Louvre by Mafter and Mils Granier. With Variety of. Tumbling by the celebrated Monf. Janno, Mr. Williams, and Mr. Hough. Mr. Williams (by Defire) will jump through a Hogshead with Fire in it, and likewiie over 16 Mens Heads. The MORRIS-DANCERS will perform a new Morris of Six. ^ The Whole to Conclude with Several new Scenes in Grotefque CharaRers, Harlequin, Mr.Hayes;Xolombine, Mrs.Hough; DoaCynthio, Mr. Chettle; the Clown, Mr. Hough. -  Boxes %s.           Pic or Gallery it. Note, Thofe who chafe Wine may have it at ss. a Bottle. " "*|" Thsu n�) T> 1 in Ti rfTTT-----* rhrfc WrlTi Tinffirmr' 2 -2 -2.   

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