Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 9, 1743, London, Middlesex T- -*��_.> <----.'.~*J -W;E P N .E S ,P A 5Y, . N-a^JBxM^RR .9,-' 17.43. [EMAIN in the Downs his Maje-ftyV-Ship-the-teverpool r ~the , EftgWh,and Djtfph Ships for jEpftrlniplJa; ^hM^^are^.jolly, ling,TorXeghora * JCmg^s-Mea- cock ; ffie Mediterranean j.HiIl; Happy Gp^,Ch^anfqh#c^M,,Norlhcom; and the Withina^n, ^gn.rJferrl^hon ; uPrefperous Efther, Northcotr, for y�|inia; Hi hernia, Comcrford, for Cork ; ^ft&nwaT!IciJr)^TbrT3owes; the Two Friends, Cromeyj mndHanovereaTliahce,vJonCT^for-(^]ioa} the Neptune, Be^ch-; . Ira their Way to Flanders. They were to profecutt their March -
the- Healths of the Royal-Family, and many other Loyal Health$.we/e drunk. .^The"J>ay concluded with'Bbhhres" and lfih�*niuminations at Nizht..particularlyJbe LofoVProvoft's Windows, in one City .. . . .e and t Wobl-Packs^, and thTsy&^ftto, 'Concordia Forte) } next to thefe ^e Britim Ar'ms'wQre reprcfehted and.laftly, there '.wjis a fine Pitlure of Juftice,1 with the Sword in one Hand, and her- Scales and B^lli^^itee^'e?.''' In the Even1ng^%al- Skjr pockets were thrown from the Caille,.whtc^madeiaj5neAppearance, and gave great ^eafure to'the Spe.(5iators. .B A N JC ,R ,U P ;T S. Henry jDakeVjaie, p&he parifli of CbriftChurch Twyne-bam In the .Coupty of- Sopthampton, Mattftef. ' .'IfaaQ^utham, now wjate. of Clements Lane, Lombard-ftreet, Taylor and Chapman. .' " ' "....... i.J^gtbWater this bay_ at LphdpnxBfi^ge at/55 ^jjroites Bank Stock 147 a 146 7-8ihs. -India' Ditto, 19j a 1 half a .194. JSoiUk-Sea- Stock 114 a 113 5 8ths. 'Ditto ' Old" Annuities u 4 3 4ths. Ditto New 115 5 JJths a 1 half. Three per C�nt. Annuities i02.3 4ths. Ditto 1742, 102 3 4ths. .pittd',1743^ 101. �. |l4iHipn Bank 118 t 4th. ' Equivalent 111. Royal Murancc^o. - Londen^AffuVance i-'cmjbrors j^qan^oTrfice. rluye,jper Ctnt.iditto no-pnee. ^gankCjrculation,;2'I..j78--6 jr. Jk e vfr T^he.KIlNfG's^HEA TR E ia.the L, csll'4 '' "* " J il ' O X ,A ,N A i Alexander in Jn,dia. .deKy^*4 .t^at Day, at th* Office ia the HaWMarkef,' a't^Hil/ a Guinea* eachi Gallery 5 �. ' Hy H t S ' # A^ JEST Y's /Command, No PeTfom 'whatever ti) be'admitted behind tht Scene*. -The Gallery Will be 0^ at F*ur o'clock'. Pitand Boxm at Plve. To, begin at Six o'Clock. - � � -%* Jfie Subfcribers titbt Opeia, tndtfir'd U find for titir Silver Tickets I* tbt Opertrpffiee in tbt Hay-Market, v/bere Avtndanct . laillbtgiwt* this and"very Day, fmo 2Vint to 5iw) fir tbdt fiirfife. CO V EN T-G A R D EN. By p E SIR AT the Theatre-T^oyal m CorenfoGardsn, this Day, will be prefeflted ~The GOT^ P P E R A. ^The Part of Mwkeath'by Mr. CASHELt; inrrnt i Lurv JW-iTtvr-A-li VX �ir'_T nil 5 D,:R U ;R ;Y-L A N E. t ^4 fyrOnct theft J?fpy yTcan. By His Majefift's Company of Comefoa Lane,! T the Theatre r Royal jn. To-morrow, w^|l be preheated a Pjay, caJl'd -W p. me N P lea S'D. i Written by Beaumont and Ffetcben' \ DukeofSyenn� by Mr.Winftone; Sylvio, Mr. Delane ; *, rh, vi- fndof Aaii; Singing by !Mr.;SuIliHftV ; : -Ad IV; Sihgirigby'-Mf'SuUivinr: \ Ac} V.. A new Grand Dance, '^Yi^be'-italian Maf^utrait ky Mr^ Muilment, Mr�. Walter, Mrs.tThomfon, and others. Placej Sot the Bores to be taken at the StagcDoorof the Theatre. �'""?- To begin exaftly at Six o'Ciock. -Direr1, Mifi �iiga'ra. 'v 'With ihe nfual Dances proper to the Opera. Placet for the Jbx'ea to be taken of Mr. Page, .ac^Jbe\3tag�(&oor of the.'Theatre. " 1 To begin m�Uy at Six o'Ciock. For the benefit of Meffteun BUCK^ALL^ READ, Wfi^RZE^R." " AT the NEW WE.tLS the ibottom of Xenun-ftrtti, - �Several'- -2. ^pe-Dancingj by Monf.vJajino.^rElJpugh,. and .Mafter Mor- fah.' Mr. WiiUams will perftro^feveral New Exerciles.on rhe iSfeck ;'ope. i.With,(fe'verjal ]Sew,Spngs UyTMr. Brett, iMN.Cuningnam,-and others. ' ..Dancing by "Jtlr. Carney,sMr.Hayej�'Mr;i?ranier, Mr. Chettie,,Mphf.~tanna, Mn^Hpugb, M.�fsStory, JHife Davis, and �* i/lki RawlJngs. Uikewile. Dancing t'by> jthe ,iT>o_Maflers and Miii draaTer.' W^th yir^ty..'of-Tttmbling;by.gheSelebtiteiMonLJaflno, Mf.Willianii^ano.Mr^Hbugh. - 'r ^De *ift%Conc5tto at VjcaWi bj; Mftftct Graaier. Mr. Wilfiamns (by'Defir'ej'wifl ,j ump. through aLHog&ead witk Eire in it j aad^likewiffr over SixttenrMen's Heads. The MTO'fi^^N'CJ^Sbwfll. p?rform a new Morris of Six. The Wioie to Conclude with feveral Jiewj Scenes ia GROTESQUE ' ,CH4fe4QCE*Rs.of S.INGI NG ind .DANCING. Boxes a s. Pit or Gallery, 1 s. Note, Thofe who chufe Wine may have it at 2_s. a BotUe. For the Jknsft of the Widow ,#^Four fmall Children of-iht fate Mr* HE^R,Y. QA^EY. - ' "f in Cbyent-Garden, prefested a Cornedv, AT the Theatre-RoyaTin C oa^ThurCday the I7tft'lnftarit, will be . c call'd The :M I s e Mrs. ;C X ' I V -E. la which Cnara<2er^rill be-intr�Jd^ed a Song, ainttetife ofajhgl To which will beWded i-^r&Jrt&Z-*''/ ' The vik pi cis u A/SjK'D. The1�art�fMils,Lucy;b^y/Mrs1.ei�i,Vc.E. " - ' And Entertainments, as will b C ,H A 1 S E S - _b_e_T_W.e- e n LONDON and SALISBURY. This is to acquaint the. publick, JH AT the feverarPoft-Mafters on the.Road between London and Saliftury, are ready to furniftr Gentlemen or others, with Poft-Chaifes,' fafe, eajyt and wellfteur'dfrom the Weather, upon as port a. iVarningas for� Poft-Horfes, at amHour.iiiher of the, T>ayorJ^ht.___ CmtUmrrt nvhit bq'ui'Qceafion to go 'Pafl on the above ~2 J? Roads, ate defired to apply to Mr* William Miller, Pofl-" " at the White^Bcar In Picadifly. - -2 alter. -j Poft Ch'aile may be had^ at any of the Stages on the $3-.lijbury Road, tc go Part, or atf the Way; for one or more Stages, for thofe vjbo do not cb'ufo to travel in the Night. cN-.B; ' All Cehtlehien that travel in Poft-Chaifes of their own, upon the Roads where PofcChaifes are already ft up by the. Authority of this Office,' may befupptieit with. Horfa: at the feveral Stages on thofe Roads, at the Rats of '9 d. pefMile. ' " " ' - -" By Command of thp PaftrMafter General, Geo. Shelvocke, .Sec. Juji Publtfb'd,- - " APrint of the Right Reverend Father in God, Dr.BENJAMIN HOADLY, Lord Bilhop of Win-cbtfttr 1 Engraved by Mr. BARON after a P^aure'psinKd by Mr. HOGARTH. To bs had at the GildmHtadin Lccefir,Fieldt, Price 31. Jdytttifemenls 'tff^ W.f^^bis'jPaj>er at.Two Shillings each. C 3 ,6 1
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.