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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 4, 1743, London, Middlesex The London Daily Poft, and General^Vdvertfe. FRIDAY, Nov ember 4, 1743! Deal, November 2. Wind W.N.W. [RRIVED-the Agnes and Elizabeth, Bream, from Maryland ; Difpatch, Kemp, from ditto; Lncy, Mackenzie, from Jamaica. Came down the Claremonr, Percy, for Briflolj Golden Fleece, Compton, for Exeter j ,and remain with the Mao of War, Hie Baft-India Ships, and the Outward-bound, ai mention *d in-my ' The Hare, Read, from Jamaica, is arrived at Water-ford. LONDON. Extra3 of a Letter from on board the Cambridge Man of War, off Villafranca, OS. 9. * I have long wilh'd for the Pleafure to fend you fome � Newi which might be agreeable, and I hope the follow- ing will prove to: .Some few Days fince the Spaniards, � to the Namberof 18000 Horfeand Foot, lay incamp'd � near Villafranca, in order to invade the King of Sardi- nia's Dominions. Oar Englifl) Soldiers, to the Number of 1500, lay to guard a narrow Pafs, and had two Bat- teries of 18 Guns each to defend them j and the Barfleur, � and the Norfolk, one of 90, and the other of 80 Guns, lay oppofite to the Beach, where the.Enemy were obliged � to pafs; and when they attempted it, our Soldiers fir'd very brifldy, with their great Guns and Small Arms ; as did alfo the two Men of War with fuch Succefs, that in � a few Hours they kill'd them upwards of 2000 Men, and took 1500 Prifoners.---Our Officers have worn V Colour'd Ribbons, in Honour of this Vi&ory.' From Hamburgh they write, that the TroubleTTin Poland are come .to fuch a Height, that the Primate yal Affurance 80. London Affurance 11 5 8ths. Englifhpopper 4 1. 10 s. Seven per Cent. ;Eroperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto 88 5 8ths. Bank Circulation 21. 17 s. 6 d. India Bonds 41. 18 s. a 19 s. Prem. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Prem. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 4 1 half Prem. ThreeJper Cent. Ditto 2 1 8th Difc. Lottery Tickets 11 1. 10 s. H A Y-M ARK E T. J-HE SUBSCRIBERS to tkt OPERA,: �* art defied to fendfor their SilverrTickets to the Opera- \ Office in tbe Hay-Market, 'where Attendance will be given \ this and every Day, from Nine to fwo for that Purpofe. DRURY-LANE. By His Majeflfs Company of Comedians, T she Theatre - Royal in Drury-Lane, , this. Day, will be jvefcnted a Tragedy, call'd T A M E R L A N E.- With the Ufual PROLOGUE. Taajeriawby Mr.Bridges} Bajaiet, Mr. Delane; Monefea, Mr. Giflard} Axalla, Mr. W.Giffard j Prince of Tunis, Mr.Blak.es j Mirvan, Mr.U&er; Haly, Mr. Green; Dervife, Mr.Winftone; Stratocles, Mr. Twbuttj Zama, Mr. Ray. Arpafia, Mw. Roberts] Selima, Mrs. Giffard. With Entertainment;* between the Alb, viz. End of A&J. Singing by Mr. Sidjiyan. AftlL A Dance by Mr. Deffe, Mrs. Walter, Mr.Liuea, Mr. Shawford, and Mifs Scot. Aft III. Singing by Mr! Sullivan. Aft IV. A new Dance by.Mr.Muilment, Mr. Defle, Mr. Liriez, Mrs. Walter, and others. At COMMON PRICES. Places for the Boxes to be taken at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin exaftly at Six o'Clock. C O V E N T-G A R D E N. AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, this Day, will be prefented a Tragedy, call'd TAMERLANE. The Part of Tamerlane by Mr. Ryan ; Baja�et, Mr. Stephens; Monefes, by'^Mr. Hale ; A�lla, Mr. Gibfon ; Omar, Mr. Cafhel; Prince, of Tanajs, Mr. Carr ; Dervife, Mr. Rofco; Stratocles, Mr. Ridout; HaJy, MrrBencraft j Zama, Mr. Anderfan J Mirvan, Mr. Mbieen. Seiima, Mrs. Vincent j Aiid the Part of Arpafia by .Mrs. Horton. With the Ufual PROLOGUE. With Entertainments of Dancing between the Acts, viz. End of Act it. A Comic Dance, call'd Lt% Pa'ifansMoifomtatn, by Mr. Villeheuye, Mrs. Delagirde, and others. End of the Play. A S�ptch -Dance by Mr. Villeheuve, Mrs. De-lagarde, Mr. Richardfon, Mr. Dekgarde, .Mrs. Lebran, and Mrs. Lefont. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Page, at the SUge-Door of the Theatre. " To begb exaftly at Six o'clock. To prevent IMPOSITION, STRONG and.Fine-flavour'd BATAVIA ARRACK, for 12s. 6d.,/�rGallon, if taken from .theln-tfcL.Houfe, being 3 s. par. Gallon preferable to what is generally fold*--Enquire of the Clerks at the Company's Warehoufe;, Lombard-irreet, where Sample* stay be had at 6 d. per Gallon .Advance. ' ,.,,,, Bi Ordtr tf tblt Company, AdmiraityOrlice, Nov. 2, 1743. JfflFJKRB4$ wtwithjiandinz the Jtfoerttfe- * menti lately fubUJbtd, directing fitcb ef tbe Men belonging tt bis Majejlfs Ship tbe Monmouth, as were ibfent from their Duty, to refajr forthwith on bpard that Ship fit Chatham, a great N�mb*r tf the faid Men are 01 wanting fit their Djitjj the LerJf Commiffiontrs of the Admiralty do hereby warn tbem, that if tbey- do not immediately repair on board the faid Ship, DjreSipnf wi/if be[givenfor their being apprehended find trifdat a Court Martial as Pe-ferterj. - Tho. Corbett. Admiralty-Office, Nov. 3, 1743- T* HE Leave of Abfence given to tbe Petty- Officer) and For emaf-Men, late belonging to his Ma-jefifs Ship the Panther, expiring on the ytb Infant, and the Galloper Tender being appointed to lay over-againf Iron-Gattr, ;p receive end carry them to bis Majtfifs Ship tbe Plymouth, at Plymouth, io which tbey are turned over ; it is tbe DirtSion of tbe Lords CoMmiJJloners of the Admiralty, that tbe fa id Men do af tbf Expirdtian of their Leave, immediately repair en board the faid Tender, in order to their proceeding to tbeir Ship the Plymouth accordingly ; on board which Ship, they will be paid the Remainder of their Wages for tbe Panther, and ttpo Months Advance before he goes to Sea: But, if any of fbp faid Men fail to dofs, tbey will not only hfe fh'e aforef^fd Payments, but Directions will be given for their being apprehended and tried at a Court Martial as Deferters. Tho. Corbett. 1 . 1 , link. For S A L E hy tbe CANDL E^_ On Friday next, at 12 o'Clock at Noon, At LLOYD's Coffee-Uovft in Lombard - ftreet, 'TpH E LE PIERRE JO- 1 seph, a Spsnith Prize, taken by jmXK&s Majeiry's Ship the squirrel, s^varp-. /K� WB&fcj flwn'd, foreign-built, Burthen 3.70 Tons, AuK^ IMVif man 01 *e^� �0od Dimcn�ons, a Prims '^mOQAg Sailor, and �t for the Weft-India or Vttginia a^^^^&W Trade, now lying in the Wtt-Ditk in the Inventories to be ken on Board, tad at the Place of Sale, To be -^JONrATIIAN -FOPHAA/U BaokTr, - Ztr A^c,hw�.ch-Lam�. A T -T H E PUNCH is mao> to the Height bfjPer-fe&ion, -in any Proportion, ilfld if tho ]owg& Pncei. as also' ....... Tffi AKTiY, BUM, rflfrlUCK, kwi'&HB.UU, ^ Wholefiie, and are Retaled jn any finall Quantities. 7# be LETT, THE Houfe in the Left Hand Corns* of Bull-Head -Coast, Newgate-flTeet, late in the OceuparioA of Mr. Reynolds, an Attotaey, deceaf^d, and very convemeht 'for %~ Perfon of thatProfiffiori, hi gooj Repair.; Eji^uire of Mr. Arthur Him�, a Hat*siaJter, la Botcher-hall Lane, N'ewgui-ftrett. STATE-LOTTERY TICKETS 1743^ Bought and Sold by T H O M AS C O X, Ufldtr the Jtoyal-Exchajge, WHO has kept an Office above twenty -Years, where eVery Ky^d of Bufin^ft, renting to the Lottery,' is tranfacWwith theutm6ff ExjSbels and Kdelity. ____ |- ClmKe�^fnH, infl Tiettis and CJiiaiiei'uTflded into Shares, vfe/ � HALVES/ QT/ARTERS, EIGHTHS, and SIXTEENTHS* Although tbe Purchafe-Money of Chances, and Shares of Chances, is much lefs than of licketi and Shares tf Titiets, yet the Adventurer will have as got>d a Chance for a Prize by "the one as the other. The firft Ticket that fliall be drawn of two, or the firft five of ten, soay be bought at a much cheaper Rate than in the cornman Way. Any other Method that U or Aali be pracWed more agreeable to Adventurers, ./hall ht done at the loweA-Prices j and fucfi Persons as may not fully underhand aa.y of them, wail have them explained b^ caBingat the laid Office. - Tickets Regifter'd, and .in Time of Drawing daily Infored from Blanki Money for Bbnks and Prizes as fooa- as drawn. At LOWE and BERRY's Scate Loctery- Ojfce, which is mojlcthvcniently filiatedfree from Noife and Interruption of ihe pubiick Streets, ifa"Srationers-Al ley, Ludgate-ilreet, where their Bufinefs bds been tfan-fatled for feweral Years with uncommon Succefs, TJCKETS and Chances in the prefent STATE-LOTTERY are Sold, and Divided into Share*. i,
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