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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 3, 1743, London, Middlesex                                The London Daily Poft, and General Adveftifex. If �mi. 470)8. T H U R S DA Y,   Nov zmb e r 3,  I1743. Deal, November 1. IEMAIN his Majefty's Ship the Lererpool; Egbafton, Cobham ; Lapwing, Watts; and the three Dutch Ships,  for Eaft-India; ?elaware, Jolly, for Turkey} ufcany.Sprakling, for Leghorn; St. Anthony, Cook ; Salifbury, Hancock; Mediterranean, Hill; and Happy Grieve, Chapman, for Lifbon; Profperous Either, tvTorthcottjfor Virginia ; Hibernia, Comerford, for Cork ; Britannia, Henry, for Cowes; the Two Friends, Cromey; fend Hanover Alliance, Joner, for Carolina { the Neptune, . Beach ; and Crawford, Hampton, for Dublin ; the Lion-'Gilly.'.Read, forToplhamJ the Sarah, Powers, for Chi-ncheller"; Hope, Bible, for Portfmouth ; Qaeen of Hungary, Chads, for Lymington ; and Succefs, Furnell, for thelfleofMay. Arrived the Greyhound, Wood, from Jamaica.  Wind N.W.byW. blows hard. Arrived at feveral Ports. The Diamond, Lawforj, from London, is arrived at Santa Cruz. TheHefter, Friend, from Antigua, at Haverfordweft. The Bolhm-Merchant, Rowe, from Bolton, at Briflol. The Robert and Siflbn, Selwoo^,;,frpmMadeira, at Plymouth. The Sheldon, Marlhal, from London, at Cork. The Palmtree, Bafnet, from Philadelphia, at Dublin. The Sarah, Reeks, from Newfoundland, at Oporto. LONDON. On Monday laft a Meffenger arrived at the Secretary's >' /Office, with an Account, that his Majefty was to fee out from Hanover as Yefterday. The Right Hon. the Lords of the Admiralty have been i| fleafed to give Notice, that the. Convoy for the Leeward Hands, Barbadoes, and Jamaica, will fail on the ieth of December. -  Yefterday General Oglethorpe, and a Deputation from the Merchants to whom his Bills of Exchange drawn for 'fcis Majefty's Service in America, for Defence of his Ma- '.\ Jetty's Dominions againft the late Invafion of Georgia, &c. :were remitted, waited upon the Right Honourable the Lords Commiffioners of his Majefty's Treafory concerning thefaid Bills, and received a-very favourable Anfwer. We have Advice from Poole, that Capt.Bowden, who Is.arrived there in five Weeks from Carolina, informs them that they had a moft dreadful Hurricane in that Province, ;| which had done very great Damage among the fmallCraft, ;bIown down feveral Houfes, and deftroy*d Half of the Crop 'of Rice. Yefterday there was an Account, that the Friend's Goodwill, Doleman, bound from Jamaica to Londcn, was taken the 21 ft of O&ob^r, in Lat. 49. 10. Forty Degrees Weft- ; ward of Uftianr, by a Spanifn Privateer of 2^ Guns and ; 200 Men ; the Captain of the Privateer ordered all the Englifh on board him, except the Mate and a Boy, and put ' nine Spaniards on board the Veffel, with Orders to proceed idireftly to St. Sebaftians ; but the Weather preventing that, the Spanairds ordered the faid Mate te proceed for Amfter-dam, or any Part of Holland; bit fome how or other he wnijlook his Directions, and has brought her into Abroyth, in Wales, where fhe is atprefent. � Yefterday came Advice, that the Providence, Kercher, bound from Newfoundland to Oporto, was taken fome Days ago by the Spaniards; after which Hie was chafd into Viana, and there claim'd by the Englifti Conful. There was alfo an Account, that the Forward, Sergeant, bound c&bm Virginia to London, it taken by a Spanifh Privateer, and carried intO.St. Sebaftians. - And" the Commander of the CarblinaShip, lately taken, writes, that a Snow from Carolina was taken, at the fame Time ; but does not mention her Name. The Jamaica Frigat, Lauderdale, from Jamaica, is armed at Briftol: She came laft from Waterford, and the Commander fays, that a large Ship from Virginia,, fuppos'd for Leverpool; and a Ship laden with- Provifions, were Toft the zjd paft on the Coaft oiUreland. And alfo that a large Ship without Mafts was feen on tfie-Coaft. vLetter from 'Dover, Nov. i. - � Yefterday the Mary; Sweetman, from London, for  Madeira; had the'Misfortune to run onShoar near this * Place. ;We had hopes of getting her off agaiH laft Night;  but it blew a terrible. Gale of Wind all Night, fo that it  was impoffible; however (he ftill fits .whole and upright, � and as the Wind is much abated, there is Hopesinemay � be fared"; tho'her Cargoe (of Wheat) U very mochda- . Or* Sunday laft died at the Bath, ta the great Grief of fhe Inhabitants of that City,1 Thomas Nafh, Efq, well tttown in the Say World. Yefterday died in David*ftreet near Grofvenor-fquare, Harper Gibbons, Efq; a Gentleman poffetfd of a very l^andfome Eftate near Coventry. On TuefdayJaft a.large Seizure of Teas, Brandy, Hand-|Berchief6, &c was made by the Officers belonging to the Cuftom-houfe, at the Houfe of one Predemorc, the Sign �f the Black Uncle in a Court in Cow-Craft, Newcafle, OS. 29. On Monday, laft John Dodds, James Mahon, and John Samuel, were apprehended in this Town upon Sufpicion of Coining ; and being brought before the Mayor, the faid Maben, in order to fave his own Life, turn'd Informer for the King, and difclos'd the whole Affair, and confcfs'd that they had cpin'd, at feveral Times, feveral Guineas and Thirty-fix Shilling Pieces, fome of which they got chang'd, and pafs'd as Money legally coin'd. James Leathead a Schdolmafter, and Thomas Syms, who kept the Queen's Head Aleboufe in the Bigg-Market, and in whofe Houfe the Inftruments for Coining were fix'd, charg'd upon Oath with being con-cern'dm the above Affair, are both abfeonded. A Reward of 20 Guineas each, befides the Allowance by AO. of Parliament on Conviction, is offer'd by the Corporation for apprehending them. IRELAND. Dublin, 03.2$. His Grace the Lord Lieutenant has been pleafed to grant to the Rev. Richard Taylor, Matter of Arts, the Re&ory and Vicarage of Rhinqurrane, and the entire Rectory of Taxax. As alfo, to grant to the Rev. Arthur Echlin, Clerk, the Rectory and Vicarage of Little Ifland, in the County of Cork (vacant by the Promotion of the Rev. Dean Jemmatt Brown, to the Bifhoprick of Killaloe) and Letters Patent are preparing to pafs the Great Seal accordingly. Saturday laft died at her Houfe in Abbey-ftreet, Mrs. Leigh, Wife of Francis Leigh, Efq; Member of Parliament for the County and Town of Drogheda; (he was a Lady of exceeding good Qualities, which makes her Death greatly .lamented; her Remains leaves Town this Day, in order to be interred in Drogheda. Sunday Evening we had a moft violent Storm, which hath done great Damage j fixteen Lighters were drove from the Coal-Key'to Eflex-Bridge, and fome of them greatly (battered. Laft Saturday died Matter Montgomery, youngeft Son of the late Capt.Montgomery, by whofe Death Mr. Lyons (Sou to Capt. Lyons, Deputy Clerk to the Council-Office) gets an Eftate of 13001. a Year. Laft Sunday being the Anniversary of the Irifli Rebellion, his Grace the Duke of Dcvonihire went in the ufual State to- Chrift-Church, where a very excellent Sermon, fuitable to th&Occafion, was preach'd by the Right Rev. Dr. Cox, Bifhop of Offory. The fame Day the Speaker of the Hon. Houfe of Commons, attended by feveral Members pf Parliament, was at St. Andrew's Church, where the Rev. Dr. Benjamin Bacon preach'd an excellent Serriftm very fuitable to the Occafion. Laft .Friday died Charles-Ai'Donnell, of Kilkee, Efq; a Gentleman of univerfal good Character, Bank Stock 146 3 41ns. India Ditto, 194. South Sea Stock 113 1 half. Ditto Old Annuities 114 3 8ths a i 4th. Ditto New 114 7 8thi 3115. Three per Cent. Annuities 102 5 8thsa3 4tba. Ditto 1742, 102 5 8th$ a 3 4ths. Ditto 1743, too 7 8tbs. Million Bank 118 14th. Equivalent 111. Royal Affurance 80. London Afiurance 11 5 8ths. EnglKh Copper 41. 101. Seven per Cent. Emperor's (Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 21. 17 s. 6 d. India Bonds 41. 18 s. Prera. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3'Prem. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 4 1 half Prem. Three per Cent. Ditto 2 1 8 th Difc. Lottery Tickets]u 1. 71. a 8 s. 6d. HAY-MARKET. HTHE SUBSCRIBERS to the OPERA,- art dtfir'd to /endfor tbtir Silver-Tickets to the Opera-Office in the Hay-Market, vtbert Attendance mill be given this and every Day, from Nine to Two for that Purpofe. D R U R *Y-L A N E. By His Majeftfi Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre - Royal in Drury-JLane, till* Daj, vill be prefented a Comedy, call'd The RECRUITING OFFICER. Th� P�rt of Capt. Plume by Mr. Giffard; Serjeant Kite, Mr. Winftone; Bullock, Mr.Tafwell; Joftice Ballafice, Mr. Bridges; Worthy, Mr.W. Giffard; Capt. Brazen, Mr. CroAj the Welch Collier, Mr. Blakes; the two Recruit* by Mr. Neale and Mr.Ray. Meiinda, Mrs.Crofi; Lucy, Mrs. Bennet; Rofe, Mrs. Riddut j And the Part of Silvia by Mn. Woffington., With Entertainments between the A&s, viz. End of Aft II. Singing by Mr. Sullivan. A&III. A Danes by Mr.Detie, Mrs. Walter, Mr. Livies, Mr. Shawford, and Mils Scot. A?t IV. Singing by Mr- Sullivsn. ASt V. A new Qasce by Mr. Muilment, Mr. Dcfte, Mr, Livie^, Mrs. Walter, and others. T� which, will be adiod s Farce of Two AOs, call'd The-LYING   VALET. Tho Part of the Lying Valet by Mr. Yates; GayWs, by Mr. Blakes j Ju&ice Guttle, Mf. Tafwell ; Beau Trippit, Mr. Nealej MelnTa, Mrs. Bennet i Mrs. Gadabout, Mrs.Egerton ; Mrs. Trippit, Mrs. King i Kitty Pry, Mn. Yates. At  COMMON   PRICES. Places for the Boxes to be taken at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin ewGly at Six c"Clock. �, To-morrow will be ptefeatrd TAMERLANE, with the Ufual PROLOGUE. High Water this Day at London-Bridge, "at j Minotea after 1. '   ,       0      * _ -        -  tf, Mr. Williams, and Mr, Hough. The Black Jeti by Moaf. J ANNO, a�d a GENTLEWOMAN who never appear'd on any Stage before. Mr. Williams (by Defire) will Jump through a Hogihead with Fire in it; and likewifc over Sixteeo Men s Heads. The MORRIS-DANCERS will perform a new Morris of Six. The Whole to Conclude with feveral new Scene* ia GROTESOUB CHARACTERS of SINGING   and   DANCING. The Character of Harlequin by Mr. Hayes; Colombinej by MiA Hough; Mafter, Mr. Chettle; the Clown, Mr. Hough. Boxes as.           Pitor Gallery, 1 s. To begin exaftly at Five o* Clock. Note, Thofe who cbufe Wine may have it at a s. a Bottle. #� There wiU be no Pcrfonnanc? on FRIDAYS and 3ATVR* DAYS all this Winter. _ Admiralcy-Office, Nov, a, 174^ TJ7HEREAS notwitbfianding the Aivertife- V* mtntt lately pubUJbtd, dirtying fu   Ali�, * Diamond Ring witfa Spark* of If offer'd to be Sola or CawnJ, pleafe toitopic) if any of theabore be Pledg'd, pleafe ,to give Notice to tfce above Place, or at Jack'* Coftee-Moufie oa Losdoa-Bridge, and yon ihali ha to a Guinea Reward for each. F     O     U      N      D,-- Near Coveni'-Garden, en the 2$tb of OSober lajf, ARING, fet with a large eolour'd Stone in the Middle, and round with final 1 Diamonds. Tie Perfon who has loft the lame, may have it agate, by apply-jnftn mr Tjinirl y-mTJ'1�TriTlliii Pi j1 �_ rn Tli Tinnl. 11� j_TiTiij. a particular Account of the Number of Stones in the Ring, and what Diamonds let with ; alfo paying the Charge of this Advertifement. AT THE PUNCH is made to the Height of Per-fe�tioa, in any Proportion, and at the low eft Price*. ^     AS  ALSO, BRANDY, RUM, ARRACK, and ORANGE SHRUB, bf Wholefaie, and are Retaled in any fmall Quantities. Jo prm/tf IMPOSITION,- STRONG and Fine-flavour'dBATAVIA ARRACK, for � s. 6 d. ftr Gallon, if taken from the. India-Houfe, being 3 s. per Gallon preferable to what is generally fold, Enquire of the Clerks at the Company's Warehoufe, Lombard* ftreet, where Samples amy be. had at 6 d. fer Gallon Advance. ,.�.,, B3 Order �j tbit Compnsy, BZd&:t T.Brodrick. I_:----1- JdwTtfcmiVl $lwtet&y�U!> w tthnin fer this Paper at Two Sbilljny each.   

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