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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 29, 1743, London, Middlesex                                .Numb. 2794* S A T U R D AY,  Qctob er 29;   1743, peaU'Omer 2j;, i tEMAlN his MajeHy's Ship Sooth ! �caCa8lc^lhe I^pwiw^;Wa�s; arid the three Dutch - Ships, for Ea&India; I^vaxfrMlyi for 4 -Turkey; Tafcaiiy, Sprfdau^ for j 'lorn; St. Anthony, Cook; : bory, Hancock VMediterra-,nenf Hill jaad Happy Grieve,  Chapman, for fafbont -Profpe-^, ~;r rofflH^er,No^cbtt,for.Vii|^-�i8j Oborner, Comerferd, for Cork; Britannia, Henry, lor Cowes i theTwo Friends, Cromeyj and Hanover Air liancerjonb,"ftr Carolina j Neptoue, Beach, for Dublin ; Lion-Gally, Read, for Topfliam; the Sarah, Powers, for , Chichefter; and Hope Bibje, for Portfinooth jVQjeeitof HungrryV Chailsj for Lymington; and. Succefs Privateer, foa-Craze. Arrived the Dragon,'.Wood, from Mary-tod.- WaidS.W.       v v; Gravefend, OSob. 27. PafVd by Defence, Barnham, from >|a^Ian4 ; and Prince of Wales; Harding, from Rotterdam. .'        , / -   - ^    Arrivals at feverai Portr.    , Tije John and, Grace,. Lever, from Gottenbargh, is ar> ^e'Windfor Chaffers ? and; William and Robert, Rofs; andi Waiiam, Balcock, from Virginia at Leyerpeol.  . rOJbe" sVSne; Marrayi-^im Mffi$afe at Whitehaven. Tbe_Prince of QraOgeV'from London, at Pifcataway. Relation, PoIUethwaite, from Leverpool, at Virginia. L ON D.; O N. >   YeHerday arrived the. Mail from Holland. '-lExtoaaJf'hteftttyrtm Copenhagen, Qfcvii NJ. * Moft of idle |oD^s.Sh4)s axe come into the-Harbonr *'agaTn, bat they are not to. be difarmed 'till the Return ' of a Conner difpatche'd to Stockholm by Caant Teffio,  with'the. ReYak of the laft Conferences, and tbePiopo-'fals which 'tis Majefiy's Minifiershave'made W� ami-' ' cablet Accommodation. * The Demandsof;oarCoartare, thatSwedenfliiJlgaa-� ranty to her the Poffcffion of the Datchy of.Sc$eJwick; ' and: that the Sacceffirtq the Swedijh Tbrpot fhaflE.re-" nounce, both forhnnfelf and his ptttx^^a^hh?tt-� tenfions to the iaid Datchy: In tlie next Place, that the �iaid Prince fliatt alfo renounce lus Claims tQ.Ducal-Hol-'.fienv: in. Favonrof thofc:to.w^6m thU.Do^ylU''ta:'rer: 5 vert accordh]gTtp the'^C^^cTSaccenion efkbli&ed. * Jtf;Ae.C^ibfSweden;^t�rn�:a favourabl  to  thete'I&o^^^ � iwyCpnvendoB,toMtt&^^  the ttvoCrownr. '    ^,17 *"   -i--'7-Letters from ^Vienna fly," , that: the MasqoJa de.Botta- Adorno, aSrived there the 23drnfUnt, N.S. and went immediately;l to the Counts-de Starrremberg and ,UhJefeIdt, who fignified to him the.Qoeen's Orders -tagive an Account: of hisCbndaS :atithe Court o�PeterJbnrg, and what he maykiiow in. regard to the Contents of the Emprefs .ofJ Raffia^iMMiwfto of:the 10th-6f September.; ,'piBheral. Bercesiistippointed Minifter at the Court of Ikrlm,-priril the Affair df the Marquis c\eBotta be cleared up.  -   V � Werl^>;<^nfir&ajttc�r^m.PaTis, that the Court has ^�k�D off" all the Duties on Woollen Goods and Tapdtry �naanfiaQuttd'.in Fraace for &portatioh to ForeignJ^aitk ^fhich n-~~1-c--i-i'i M3i^'.v-x^'_rXT^i^tL.w""ltr'*d ' ipeedy: gr^^Scarcity^oif Praviftons in hi Canip, an Abmahitio^ Loafi'leiling;.for35Sols..  '      Jr., \,./ Acc^^ to Advice?'from F^cfbrt, Prince Charles of Lbrrain H fit JoutrforJVleflna.^The' greateft Part of. the -Troops. under M?rfhal Noaflks are filing off toward* the Sarre, aniare to form z^l^.^^g River as far asthe Mofclle'-f - The:D.&e ^W^rcoflrt, who encamped on the Mofelle^with a^o^y^f,Tjxiopa, is march; ing towards* the'Meufe: The French and Swifs Foot*" Guards ajexto^be quartttrtdiat Metz and Verdun;' The Piuffian Mipiftex at. the-Djtct^fH^ie^mptte^innitceive^r Orders from the King bv^MaJfer to denoaodof the.MipiP ters of btherTrinces aiid^td^es"of the Empire, thejQccur-sence of their Ma(h;rs(mt^Pldh.lflid. do^rVfor putting an End to the War in GeTj^y/hi Cafe the Negouat^ reftoring Peace aodd.proveiraiUefrr Tlie Courts of Jjref-den, ' Bramwick, - AnTpach and 7BrandehDotu^-Baretih, ' Fi^Haiob^glLwiliear^^ terdlt^iM^jd^; thfti24rii Wnt,rNS; aha.fet outThe. mintor^n&theirialDe Sto^chohn ra: hjs Way, ^oider;.CQ t*sA&afe&&&^ the 60ttit: fiom iMii &at fonr BataDfons have been fent 'from thenc6 to1 DjiiAtfki ^^ FJjanders this Win;er. l^t^^omUneelff inf^to ns,HthatPxiucefJ .Louifa arrivedtherethe *4 -$pvembir, NiSv^at-Ten-o'eiock at Nighty and �sitAip��UPg � Hapover.  Aca�^%^thelc^tt^t& bs cefcbratedafUHfeW, '^^Mgfe'VWtitofd n$, ;but at Hanoyer, where the Ceremony is to be performed by jhe Duke of CjmberJ^^j^nMcy.fbr hi�=RoyaWiigh- hels'df Denmark   after which the PrinceTs is to meet the% _Erince-^>f-Deamatk -at Altena, and proceed "withTHim to * Copenhagen. V ' �< vrltttttr fromftttrJBurgb, 08: 12, N.S. * We thought that Admiral Gallowin had fet S^il for the * Coafts of .^Sweden,  bat. laft Tuelday we heard, that he * arrived the NJghtib^foreat Cronftadt on board of a Man � of WaK . Tlifr Emp * ately fent him Notice t? ietdrkyio' Revel, and execute KtheO*^ ' The C^urt.has receiyed Advice^ that Captain Beh ring, � wh in Holborn,' Mr. Francis Dicks, a wealthy Shoemaker.    -6 � � " " *' We_are certainly informed that AtkinfoiCs Epitome of Na-Ivigattoawiii be taught after his Method by his only fur-driving .Son, at the^Britiih Coffee-houfe in Finch Lahe by the Royal-Exchange; to begin next Monday from Ten to TWOi�veryDay in the Week (Sunday^excepted.) He alfo propofes to teach Latin, Greekj Hebrew, Chaldee, Samaritan,and Syriac> in anew and^eafy Way i " � Xhances of Tickets in the prefent State Lottery, entitles the Purchafers to' the Prizes; that '"fb'all be drawn againft-them, the Cbft of which1 wili be but little more than/tbe~ third Part of the Price of the Ticket ; being fret from the Incumbrance' of the Blank. � Mr. R1 c hA r r> Sflt a coi. n, frinttrio-.tbe Hon; theGommiffioners of ifrep'refent Lottery, at ifs Office in Pope's-Head Alley, over againft the Royal-Exehange; Cornhill, will accommodate any: Perfon with a Chance of one .or as many Tickets a$ they pieafe; at�' proportionable Frice. as the-Tickets from Time to Timefihall be fold^in the Market; The faid Richarti Shei^old doth' in thr preTent Lottery (a3 he did in the former Lotteries, and much to the Satisfaction of many Adventurers) fell the firft Ticket that (hall be drawn up out of two Tickets, or any larger Number of. them confiderably Cheaper than the Current Price of the Tickets though they are equally entitled ta the Prizes attending them. For further Information enquire-at the Office above-mentioned, where Tickets, and Shares'of Tickets, are bought and fold, and all other Lottery Bufinefs tranfecled rid'- a Correct .manner. N.B^The Lottery begins Drawing the 21 ft of November. This is co acquaint the P UBLI G K,~ fiHJt tb? .King's^ Head Tavern /� Switliin'j ; 4-  Afley, niar ibe Royal-Exchange, it wm Re-built;and rfnder'J very Commodious, andiwUl j>t. opened on Monday tte*t\ as a Coffee-Houfe, By tbeir Very Humble Servant, Charles Farnham. High Water this Day at London-Bridge, at 4. Minutes after 8. ' " J   : ' '. ' '  " Bank Stock 146 1 8th, a t 4th. Ii^dia Ditto, 194 a fj I half a 194. South Sea Stock I'l^i 4th. I�tto ^Md Annuities -u4 1 41^ a 1 half. D*too;NewU5. Three. per.Qenj. Ammiiiesrt025 8ths.  Ditto 1742, 102 5 8tht. 1243�-i�?-jJth*. Million,Bank. 1 4th.- E-quivalent.nr.  RoyalAflurance80.   London/Aflarance II 5 8thi; Englifb Copper 41. 10 s. Seven Iper* jpejt. Emperor's Loan^ no;Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price.-'.'Bank.^c^la^mt'.2,1. .tj�~6.d.a 3I. Pr. IndT* Bonds 4I." 19 s. a iSs. Pretn. Three and a half Sate Tallies 3 Prem. Three and a^half j�r'Cent. Exchequer Orders 4~ithalf Prem.' Threyi;rjef CeVf-'lfidd z 1J8U1 Lottery Tickets j 1 J. 6 s. 6'd! r D R tl R Y-L A N E,_ By. Hh Majjeflfs Cpjngany of Comedi'avi* A    the Theatre -Royal in Drury-JLaije, The CTNHAPPY FAVOURITEi the Earl j/ES S E X. The Part of the Eaii.if Effex by Mr.'Dehae ; Soathampton, by Mr.Giflahlj Burleigli, MriWinfteae; Ralegh, Mr. W^Gifiard 5 Lieutenint, Mr. Ray.  Rutland, Mn.Giffard j Nottingham, Mrs. Bennet j and the Part of Qneen EHiabetb, by Mra. Robert:. "With Ehtertainme&ts between the A�b, viz. End of AtVII.- Sin^flg by Mr. SolHvan. Aftlll. A Dance by Mr.Defle, Mn. Walter, Mr.LiTiez, Mr. Shawford, and ML& Scot;' a3 IV. Sinpng by Mr; Sollmn. ar V. A new Dance by Mra Mmlaoear, Mr. Defle, Mr. Lmer, Mr�. Walter, and others. To which will be addad a Farca of Two Agi^alia--- The  L y 1 N       V ATTe T. The Part of tbe Lying Valet iy Mr. Yates j Gayleft, by Mr. Blaket; Jnftiee Onttfc/'Mn'Tafweflf ^Beatf Trippit.; 'Mr. Neale; Melifla, Mn. Bennet; Mrs. Gadaboat, Mr?. Egerton j Mrst Trippit, Mrs. King fKitry Pry, MrfcYitt* ' .'" At  C O M M Or PRICES. Places for the Boxes to be taken at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin exaSly arSiro*Clock. COVEN T-GARDE N.- AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, thu Day, will be prefented a Comedy, caU'd The LONDON CUCKOLDS. The Part of Ramble by Mr. Rjan j Townly, Mr. Hale j Alderman Wifeacre, by Mr. Hippiflcy { Alderman Doodle, Mr. Marten j Alderman Dafhwell, Mr. Woodward j Lovtday, Mr. Chapman f Eugenia, Mrs. Hale; Peggy, Mifi Hlppilley j Engine, Mrs. Moll art; Jaae,, Mn. Dnnftall j Roger^'Mr. James; AWr, Mrs. Martin j And the Part of Lady Ne- by Mrs; Walter. To which will 'hennaed* Faroe, call'd The DEVIL  TO  PA Y. O R, tte Wives Metamorphosed. The Part of Sir John Loverohrbj Mr'. Hayman j Lady Lorerulc, Mn.Mnl]art{ Jofcfon, Mr-Dnaffallj Nell, Mn.Dunflall. With Entertainment of Dandbg between the Aela, via. [ End of Ad IL  A Comic Danct,' call'd La Patfato Moifmatan, by Mr. VUlenenVe, "Mri.Delagarde, and others. End of the Play.  A Scotch Dance by Mr. VUleneate, Mrs. De� lagarde, Mir Richardlbn, Mr. Delagarde', Mrs. Lebron, and Mr*. Lclbat.        .   -'       � . ; '-=^--- -'Places foi the B&es to be taken of Mr. Page, it the Stage-Doer of U� Theatre;'  _ '     ' To begin exaSly at Six o'Clock. Admiralty-Office, Octri^ 1743 HH.H-1L Leave efAbfence eiveft to the Petty- �** Officers and Fqremafi Men, belongihgto bisMajefiy?'/ Bomb Vejjfil tbe Salamattder, etfiringtWtttbInjia*t i and the Lords Commijponers ofjbe Admiralty baving ordered them' to 'be furi?dover to it's Maje/ty'sSbip tbe Worcefter, at Portfmouth : // is their Lardjbips Dirt3jon, that tbe faid Men doripair do-uunld that Sbtf>, at ibt'Expitatim of tbeir Leave ; and for tbeir Encouragement, their Lor djhipi have direSed ConducJ Money to be\ aUrvoed them, and alfo Carriage for tbeir Cbefls and Bedding, and they wtH be faid the Remainder of their Wages for tbe Salamander, and fiui Months Jdvance, on boardthe Wotcetter, btforijbt proceeds to Sea* But if-they fail to" repair'to tbe JaidlShip, when their Leave is expired, they wcill not only lofe tbe aforefaid Wages, hut DireSions will be given for apprehending them, in Order to their being Iried at a Court Martial as Defer-ters. * <  If tbe Worcefier is not ready to receive them, when they arrive at Portfmouth, tbey muji apply to Rear-Admiral' Steoart, who will caufe them to be PiSualfd on Board d SbipiiiOrdinary
                            

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