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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 5, 1743, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 2800. SATU R JX A Y,   Nov emb e & 5, 1743- Deal, November 3. RRIVED the Conftant Fanny, Piles, from Barbadoes; the New-fioitort, Darby, from Montferrat. Came down the Gibraltar Man of War; Ulyffes, Haydon, for Carolina ; Carolina Packet, So-merfet, for Carolina ; Wiltflrire, Norway, for Leghorn ; Charming Betty, Swain, for Lifbon ; Bowes, Hunter; and the Draper, .Newell, for Leverpool; Leech, for Dublin; and remain with the Men of War, and the Outward-bound Wind W.N.W. Arrived at federal Ports. The William and Martha, Saunders; Prifcilla, Tiffin ; and Mary, Weft, from London ; and Adventure, Swtet-man, from Plymouth, are arrived at Carolina. The Henrietta, Taverner, from Newfoundland; and Elizabeth, Clogger, from Santa-Cruz, off Dover. The Arthur and Betty, -; Dorothy, Whitby ; and William and Mary, Linthom, from Newfoundland, at Dartmouth. The Induftry, Norworthy, from Newfoundland, at Plymouth. The Jofeph, -, from Virginia, at Briftol. Th� Sally, Moller, from Peterihurgh, at Yarmouth. LONDON. GnThurfday laft the Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor, �fevtral of his Majefty's molt Hon. Privy Council, and the Judges, met at the Exchequer-Chamber, and nominated the following Gentlemen in each County, in order for his Majefty to prick down one of them to ferve the Office of Sheriff for the Year enfuing. "Berk/hire.   John Hart of Warfield, John Lahfdell, "and Thomas Head of Langley, Efqs; Btdfordjhire.   William Metcalf of Roxon, Rich. Browne of Egginton, Symon Taylor of Chambrooke, Efqs; Huch.   Rifley Rifley of Chetwood, Giles Burroughs of Long-Crendon,  Simon Crano of .Agmondefliam, Efqs; Cumberland.  Gerom Tullie of Carlifle, Jof. Adderton of Pennyrith, Jofh. Lutork of Cockermouth, Efqs; Chtjkire.  Roger Wilbraham of Dartford, Robert Clews of Sutton cum Downs', John Jewis of BrailweU, "Efqs; -Cant. & Hunt.   Charles Pepys, Thomas Watfon Ward, Thomas Buck, Efqs; Devon/hire.   Francis Fulford of Great Fulford, John Baf-. fct of Harton Court, Walter Ratcliffe of Frantklyn,.' *     Efqs; Uorfetfhire. James Frampton of Moreton Ma. John Clot-terdurke of Farnham, Thomas Wefton of Thorn-hill, Efqs; , Derby/hire. Sir Henry Harpur, Bart. John Taylor of Hartifhorne, Chriftopher Horton, Efqs; ~Effex. Sir Richard Day Jenour of Dunmow, Bart. John Conyers of Copthall, Thomas Afhurft of Henning-ham-Caftle, Efqs; Ghucejlerjhire. John Shipway, Thomas Snell of Upton : St. Leonards, Robert Ball of Stonehoufe, Efqs; Hertford/hire. Sir Conyers Jocelin, Bart. Richard Chafe of Much Hadham, Edward Chefler of Barkway, Efqs; Hereford/hire.   Thomas Penoyre, William Bridges of Ti- berton, Thomas Carpenter of Tillington, Efqs; Kent.  Thomas Hudfon of Lewifham, James Creed of Eaft Greenwich, Pe;er Bronfden of Eaft Greenwich,Efqs; Lticeferjhire.    Thomas Ayre,  John Willey, Anthony James Keck, Efqs; Linnlnjbire.   Charles Gore of Hakftow, Freeman Flower, Henry Herring, Efq-; lAonmouthJhire.  Thomas Allen of Abergavenny, William Abdy of Hardwicke, Morgan Lewis of St. Piers, Efqs; Northumberland.   Mathew Ridley of Heaton, Mark Ayn-* fley of Gallowhill, Nicholas Browne of Bolton, Efqs; Northampton/hire.   George Devall, Edward. Clarke  of Watford, Wheeler Brooke, Efqs; .Norfolk.   Parry Love of Ormfby, Robert Clough of Hork- would cum Wiltdn, Ifrael Long of Dunftan, Efqs; Nottingham/hire.^ Richard Brown of Uunthorpe, John Sa- vill, John Thornhaugh, Efqs; Oxon.   John Raine of Badgmore, William Ledwell of St ad ley, Roland Lery, Efqs; Rutland/hire.   Henry Shield, Thomas Davics, Anthony Lucas, Efqs; Shrgpfhire.   William Taylor of Shrewfbury, William Wi- cherley of Wenv John Brown of Benthall, Efqs; %omerfetfhire.   Edward Clarke of Chipley, Andrew Nap-t per of Tintethull, Cannon Southey Fi.e.�cad, Efqs { Stafford/hire.   William Sneyd of Brifhton, Efq; Sir Wil-i liam Oufeley, Bart. Henry Vernon of Hilton, Efq; Suffolk.   Francis Brooke of Wefterfield, Robert Hawyood of Orrult, Robert Lemon of Wefthow, Efqsj Southampton.   John Bonbam Smith of Eaft, Edward Worf-- ley of Gatcombe T. W7 Chauhdeler' Rawleigh" of Exton, Efqr; Surry.   Charles Coleburn of Barnes, Peter Thompfon of Bermondfey, Elias Bird of Rotherhith, Efqs; Sufex.  Thomas Bettefworth Bilfon, Perkham Williams, John Edwards of Ma'yfield, Efqs; Wariulckjhire.   Andrew Hacket, Efq; Sir Theoph. Bid- dulph, Bart. Thomas Adderley, Efq; Wofcefterjhire.   John Ravenhill, Jofeph Swain, and John Holmden, Efqs; Wiltjbire.   Thomas Phipps, jun. of Leigh near Weftbury, Fulk Grevile of Newton, John Walters of Tither-ley, Efqs; Yorkjbire. Sir George Cully of Brampton, Bart. Thomas Wonfley of Hovingham, Efq; Sir Robert Hilliard, Bart. Yefterday being the Annivcrfary of the Birth of King William III. of Glorious Memory, the fame was ufher'd in with Ringing of Bells ; at Noon there was a fpleridid Court at St. James's, and the Evening concluded with Bonfires, Illuminations, and all other Demonftrations of Joy. And this Day being the Anniverfary of the Gunpowder Plot, the Right Hon. the Lord-Mayor, Aldermen, and Sheriffs, will go in State to St. Paul's Cathedral, and there hear a Sermon; after which they will return to Dinner to Grocers-Hall. Yefterday there was a Report, (we believe without Foundation) that the Argyle Man of War, having been order'd to cruize fome Time, off the Canary-Iflands, there met with the St. Antonio Man of War, fo often talk'd of, and took her after feven Hours Engagement. Yefterday came Advice, that the Martha, Browfe, from Newfoundland to Portugal, was taken by a Spanifh Privateer, after an Engagement of two Hours, wherein 14 Spaniards were kill'd. But'fhe was afterwards re-taken by an Englifh Man of War, and carried into Oporto. His Majefty's Ship the Anglefea, Capt. Brett ; and the Fly Sloop of War, Capt. Williams, are both arrived at 'Spithead, from Oporto ; but there are not any Merchant Ships come under their Convoy. On Wednefday Night laft' died, at her Houfe in Air-ftreet, Piccadilly, aged 74, Mrs. Jackfon,. Widow of Mr. Jackfon, formerly a Brewer in the fame Street. She has left a very plentiful Fortune amongft her Relations. On Thurfday Night laft One Mr. Condron was attack'd in the Haymarket by two Footpads, who demanded his Money ; but Mr. Condron immediately crying out to fome Chairmen he faw at a Diftance, the Rogues thought proper to defift, and made off through St. James's Market. Oa Wednesday Night the Shop of Mrs. Horfeman, a Milliner in Conduit-ftreet, was broke open and robb'd of Goods to a considerable Value.   And On Thurfday' Night the Shop of Mr. Cole, a Linnen-. Draper, trie Corner of Fetter-lane in Holborn, was broke open, and robb'd of Goods to the Value of zo 1. High Water this Day at London-Bridge, at 12 Minutes after 2. Bank Stock 147. India Ditto, 194 a! 4th. South Sea Stock no Price. Ditto Old Annuities 114 5 8ths. a 3 4ths a 5 8ths. Ditto New 1153 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 102 � 8ths a 3 4ths. Ditto 1742, 102 5 8ths a 3 4ths. � Ditto 1743, ioo 7 8ths. Million Bank 118 1 4th. Equivalent 111. Royal Aflurance 80. London Aflurance 11 5 8ths. Englifh Copper 4 I. 10 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five_ per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 2 1. 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 Cem. Exchequer Orders 4 1 half Prem. Three per Cent. Dim 2 1 8th Difc.   Lottery Tickets i"i 1. 10 s. 6 d. HAY-MA -RKET. HTHE SUBSCRIBERS to the OPERA, are dejird to fend for their Silver-Tickets to the Opera -Office in the Hay-Market, where Attendance will be given this and every Day, from Nine to Two for that Purpofe. DRURY-LANE. By His Majefiy's Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre - Royal in Drury-Lane,-this Day, will be prefented a Trafedy, call'd TAMERLANE. With the Uf.ial PROLOGUE. Tamerlane-by Mr. Bridges; Bajazet, Mr. Delane 5 Monefes, Mr. Davis; Axalla, Mr. W. Giffard ; Prince of Tanais, Mr. Blakesj Omar, Mr. Twbutt; Haly, Mr. Green ; Dervife, Mr. Winftone ; Stratocles, Mr. Crofs J Zaxna, Mr. Ray.    Arpafia, Mrs. Roberts j Selima, Mrs. Giffard. To which will be addad a Farce of Two Afts, call'd The   LYING   VALET. The Part of the Lying Valet by Mr. Yates ; Gaylefs, by Mr. Blakes; Juftice Guttle, Mr. Tafwell j Beau Trippit, Mr. Nealej Meliffa, Mrs. Bennet; Mrs. Gadabout, Mrs. Egerton ; Mrs. Trippit, Mrs. King j Kitty Pry, Mrs. Yates. Tickets deliver'd out by Mr. DAVIS will be taken this Night. To begin exaftly at Six 0'Clock. *t* On Monday next will be prefented a Play, call'd WOMEN      PLEAS'D. Written by Beaumont and Fletcher. COVEN T-G A R D E N.--- AT the Theatre-Royal in Covcnt-Garden, this Day, will be prefented the Tragedy of HAMLET,  Prime  of D enmark. Written by Shakefpear. �>� r>l * wrt of Hamlet by Mr. Ryan ; King, Mr. Bridgwater: the Ghoft, Mr. Stephens; Queen, Mrs.Woodard; Laertes, Mr. Chapman 5 Horatio, Mr. Cafliell; Oftrick, Mr. Woodward j Poloaitis, by Mr. Hippidey ; Ophelia, by Mrs. Vincent ; Barhardo, Mr. Gibfon ; Rofencraus, by Mr.Ridoutj Guildenftern, Mr. Anderfon j Player King, Mr. Harrington j Marcellus, Mr.Carr; Francifco, Mr. Ben-craft j Lucianus, Mr. James j Player Queen, Mrs. Mullart  And the Grave-diggers by Mr. Rofco and Mr. St�ppeia'er. To. which will be added a Farce, call'd The   DEVIL   TO   PAY; OR, The Wives Metamorphosed. The Part of Sir John Loverule by Mr. Hayman; Lady Loterule, Mrs. Mullart; Jofefon, Mr. Dunftall; Nell, Mrs Dunftall. With Entertainments of Dancing between the Afts, viz. End of A�t II.   A Comic Dance, call'd Lei PaYfant Moifonneurs, by Mr. ViJleneuve, Mrs. Delagarde, and others. End of the Play.   A Ssotch Dance by Mr. Villeneuve, Mrs. Delagarde, Mr. Richardfon,  Mr. Delagajde,  Ma Lebrun, and Mrs. Lefont. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Page, at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin axaftly at Six o'clock. %* On Monday next will be perform'd The EEGGAR's OPERA, Admiralty-Office, Nov. 2, 1743. TJ^HEREAS notwithfianding the "Mwrtifc- metits lately published, diretting fuch of the Men belonging to his Majeflys Ship the Monmouih, as ivere abfeni from their Duty, to repair forthwith on board that Ship a t Chatham, a great Number of the faid Men are fill wanting at their Duty, the Lords PommiJJioners of the Admiralty do hereby warn tbem, that if they do not immediately repair on board the faid Ship, Direelions will he given for their being apprehended and tried at a Court Martial as Dt-ferters. Tho. Corbett. Admiralty-Office, Nov. 3, 1743. -y HE Leave of Abfence given to the Petty" *~ Officers and Fc emaJi-Men, late belonging to his Majefty's Ship the Panther, expiring on the yth Infant, and the Galloper fender being appointed to lay over-againft Iron-Gate, to receive and gurry them to his Majeffs Ship the Plymouth, at Plymouth, ro which they are turned over ; it is the Dirtclion of the Lords Commifponers of the Admiralty, that the faid Men do at the Expiration of their Leave, immediately repair on board the faid fender, in order to thtir proceeding to their Ship the Plymouth accordingly ; on board which Ship, they will be paid the Remainder of their Wages for the Panther, and two Months Advance before he goes to Sea : But, if any of the faid Men fail, to do f, they will not only lofe the aforefaid Payments, but DireSions will be given for their being apprehended and tried at a Court Martial as Deferters. Tho. Corbett. Hand-in-Hand, Fire-Office.-CTHE Dircftors give Notice^ that a General- "*~ Meeting of the Members of this Society will he held at thi Office in Angel Gourt, on Snow-hill, on Thurfday next, the i oth of November, at Tbre.t o* Clock in theAfternoon, being a Half Yearly General-Meeting, and on Special Affairs. N.B. The Eletlia* of Directors for the Year enfuing by Balloting, nk'ill he held at the fame Place, on Monday, Tuesday, and JVeinefday next, fr�m Nine in the Forenoon t� Twelve, and from Three to Sim i� the Afternoon AT  THE �3* PUNCH is made to the Height of Per- fedian, in any Proportion, and at tha loweft Prices. AS   ALSO, BRANDY, RUM, ARRACK, and ORANGE SHRUB, by Wholeiale, and are Retaled in any fmall Quantities. --provmt I M P Q 3 I Ti Q-Wp--- STRONG and Fine-fUvour'd BATAVIA ARRACK, for 12 s- 6d. per Gallon, if taken from the In-dia-Houfe, being 3 s, ptr Gallon preferable to what is generally fold. Enquire of the Clerks at the Company's Warehoufe, Lombard-- ftreet, where Samples aiay be had at 6 d. per Gallon Advance. By Order �f this Company, Brandy-rYarebouft, Lombard-fireet. T. Brodrick. CHELTENHAM SPAW-WATERS, 4R E fent up by Waggon frefh every Week, to Mr. Henry Eyrt, at his Warn-Warehoufe, near _ le-Bar ; as alfo to Mr. Tbamat Davis, at his Water Warehoufe in St. Alban's-Street, Pall-Mall, and to his Warehoufe in Mark-, Lane, Feaehurch-Street ; by me THO. HUGHES, Mafter of the Wells at Cheltenham. Note, The Salts truly prepar'd from, the Waters, may be had at the above Places, 2 < t 9 2 -9 -3 9 9 Jdvertifirnenjs of a mifrafe^Lengtb are taken in for this Paper at Two Shillings each.   

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