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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 10, 1743, London, Middlesex                                fhe toifto Daily Paft, and General Adverser. Numb. ^804. T H U R S 15 A Y,   November 10,   1 ARRIVED the Lncretia, Read* ind Vernon,-, From Jamaica. Arrived from a Cruize his Majesty's Ship'Gibraltar. Came down ;Cafolina> Mefnard, for Garoli-ba; the George and William, Campbell, for "Maryland j Warrington, Cook, for Leverpool; Elizabeth and Martha, Wood- .....__________ .ward, for Madeira; Nathaniel, Hunter, for. Doblin j Braganza, Lyon, for Lifbon. The Man of War and Outward-bound are all preparing to fail. Wind NJby W. Gf  covered of|i|late lri&�6Mon. Veflerday arrived at h'fs Houfe in Grofvenor-ftreet,. from fiie Cduntryi'the Right Hon; the Lord Edgcambe. As did the Lord Mafham, at his Houfe in Cork-flreet, from his-Seatof Lahgly-Park, in Bucks. On Monday Night laft arrived in Town Col. O Farrell, 'Colonel of a Regiment of Foot in the I/land of Minorca. ... Charles Garnier, Efq; being appointed Director of the Hofpifels for theUfeof die Army in Germany, has refign'd the Poft pf Clerk of the Stores in the Exafe-Office, 'and is fucceeded by Mr. Bedford, the fenior Clerk in the faid Office.* , We hear.froni Hull, that laft Week.wai lannch'd from Mr, BUif&J?* Xani.there, the He�k>r Jfimof War of, 401 Guns', to the general Satisfaction of-a numerous Coriceurfe ofSpeclatbrs..; ' / ;        : '.: ',. \.. .^he from Ja- maica'.-^Ciptaui $tfgh j0dw&nj; .the. Commander, dad in the Voyage, on the 12th of September.   He was an ^expert Seaman, an hoRtft'"Man, and much efieem'd by all There is Advice, /&at7tEie^^ Charles, belonging JEo Briftol, is cut out ot Black-River, by a Spanifh Privateer.   And, That the 5accef8,'Lew3�,; one of the laft Jamaica Meet, bonnd for Leverpool, wasbfcen at fie EafUEnd of'ja-naaica, by the "fanwPnvitfeer. yjefterday "there was Advice, that the William, Linthorn, iaden with Filh from Newfoundland for Oporto, was taken a few Daysa^poff.the-Bjarof the laft mention'd Place, by a Spanifh Pnyateer, '/-. hit titft?&. Leverpool, .Nov. 6. - * Captain Smitli, of the Prince of Orange, arrived here * from Virginia, jgives^hfc following Account, That a few � Days before he came out, two Whitehaven Ships arrived 4 there, one of which had met with one of the Jamaica 'Fleet without any Wafts, arid took her in Tow for fome fT'imc i But it coming on to blow, /he was obliged to  f beiDgconcera'd in the Robbery iridMurdttofRichard Ruddle, law Coachman to Sir Robert Cann3art. ' The rig^tand beft Sort of Irijb. Stufs, made in the neateft nianner, in yarijiy- of tie moft. genteel and fafttio-nal^JWijttures, are now fold: by Wxtts and-HARTLEy, Mercers, at* the Naked Boy'and-Wdolpajck in Lud-gate-flreet. S.Hartley focceeds the late Mr. Badcock, to whom he was "Servant. They fell all kinds of Silks as nfual.- '      � .     ;    .      . �. BankStock 14^3 4tbs. India Ditto 194. South Sea Stock 113 i 4tha a 1 &alf. Ditto Old^nnuities 114 3 4ths a 7 gths..: DittaNew 115 1 halfa 5!8ths, Three per Cent. Annuities7102 iyfths. Dittd 1742, 102 3 4ths. Ditto 1743,1411. Minion Bank xi8 I 4th. Equivalent \y\. Royal Affurancc-80. LondonAffurance 1r 5 8ths. Englifli Copper 4 1. 10 s. Seven per Cent.- Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Cir-cutetion-zl.'iTir'rTdr^r PTeTnV '^"TiSia'Bonds 5 I. Prem. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Prem. Three and a half per C^t. Eieae^ier^Orders 4 1 half Prem. Three per Cent. Ditto 2 1 8th Difc. Lottery Tickets 111. 8 s. 6d. High Water this Day at London-Bridge, af 55 Minutes, after H A Y - M A R K E T. AT the KING'S THE ATRE in the . hay-MARKET, on Taefday next, will lie reviv'd an OPERA, call'd R      OX      A      N      A OR, Alexander in India. ,   The MUSICK Cmfttl by Mr. HANDEL. With Dances and ether Decorations entirely Nevt. Pit and Boxes to be put together, and no Perfoas to be admitted without Ticket!, which will be deliver'd that Day,-at the Office in the Hay-Market, at Half a Guinea each.  Gallery 5 s. .By HIS MAJESTY's Command, No Perfons whatever to be admitted behind jthe Scenes. The Gallery will be open at Faur o'clock.   Pit and Boxes at Five. To begin at Six o'Clock. . \* Iht Subscribers to tbt Opeia, ore dtfir'd to findfir tbtir Silver Tickets t� the Opera-Office in tbt' Hay-Market, where Attendance mil be given tbit andeverfDay, from A/ine to Iwo, fir that Piirfofe. D R  U  R  Y-L A  N E. -X- A&ed but Once tbefe Fifty Tears. By His Majeftfs Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre - Royal in Drury-Lane, this Day, will be preftnted a Play, call'd WOMEN    PL E A S'D. Written by Beaumont and Fletcher. Dake of Syenna by Mr. Winftone; Sylvio, Mr. Delane j Claudio, Mr. W. Gifiard j Bartello, Mr.Bridges; Lopez, Mr.Tafwellj Pe-nurio, Mr. Neale; Soto, Mr. Yates ; Captain, Mr. Blakes; Councilor, by Mr. Ufher j Clerk, Mr. Green j Farmer, Mr Wright. Dutchels of Florence, Mrs. Bennet; Belvidere, Mrs. Gifiard ; Ro-dope, Mrs. Crofs j Ifabella, Mrt.Ridout; Lady, Mrs. Edgerton j Jaqsenet, Mrs. Horfiogton. With a Dance proper to the Play. And Entertainments between the Adxs, viz. End of A�a II. Singing by Mr. Sullivan. AcllV. Singing by Mr. Sullivan. A�l v. a new Grand Dance, call'd 'the Italian Mafyutradt by Mr; Muilment, Mrs. Walter, Mrs. Thomfon, and others. Places for the Boxes to be taken at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin exactly at Six o'Clock.___ CO VENT-GARDEN.-- By      D   E   S  I   R   E. AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, To-morrow, will beprefented The   B E G G A R*s   OPERA. The Part of Macheath by Mr.CASHELL ; Polly, Mrs.Vincent; Lucy, Mrs.Duhftall; Mr. Peachuoa, Mr. Hippifley ; Mrs. Peachum, Mrs. Martin j Lockit, Mr. Dnhftall; Mat oW Mint, Mr. Stoppejaerj Ben Budge, Mr. Benctaft j Filch, Mr.Vaugban; Player, Mf. Ajiderfoa ; Beggar, Mr. James j Jenny Diver, Mils Hillyard. ~  '   ' With the ufual Dances proper to thi Opera. Places for the Boies to be taken of Mr. Page, at the Stagt-Door of the Theatre;      1 "*     :- _To begin exaftly at Six o'Clock.     _ For the Benefit of the Waow ana Four fmall Children of the late Mr. HENRY CAREY. AT the TheatrerRoyal in Covent-Garden, "on ThurlJaylher7j'j3a1 lnfiarit,' wiB be prefented a Comedy, call'd. The R. M      I     S      E The Part of LAPPET �0 be perfbrm'd by Mrs.      C    LI    V     E. In which Charafter will be introduced a Song, call'd The Lift of a Beau To Which will be added a Farce, call'd The VIRGIN   UNMAS K'D. .   The Part of Mifs Lncy by Mrs. CLIVE. And Entertainments, as will be exprefs'd in the Bills of the Day. Boxes 5 s.    Pit 3 s.    Firft GallWy 2 s.    Upper Gallery 1 s. Tickets and Places to be had 'of Mr. Page, at the Stage-Door of the Theatre; at the Widow Carey's in Crofs-ftreet, Hatton-Gar-den; and of Mrs. Suertt, at the Apple-Tree in Cold-Bath Fields. General Poft-Office, London, November 1, 1743. POST-CHAISES- BETWEEN LONDON   and    SALISBURY. This is to acquaint the PUBLICK, 7H[AT the fever-at Poft-Mafien on the Road between London and Sah'ibury, are ready to furnijb Gentlemen or others, toitb PoftChaifcs, fafe, eafy, and nuellfecur'dfrom the Weather, upon as fhort a Warning as for Pbfl-Horfes, at any Hour, either of the Day or Night. Gentlemen ivho have Occafion to go Poft on the above Roads, dtedefired to apply to Mr. William Miller, Poft-Mafter, at the White Bear in Eicadilly. A Poft Chaife may be had at any of the Stages on the Sa-lifbury Road, to go Part, or all the Way, for one or more Stages, for thofe 'iobo do net ebufe to travel in the Night. N.B. All Gentlemen that Travel in Poft-Chaifes of their otan, upon the Roads tubere Poft-Chaifes are already fet up by the Authority of this Office, may be fupplied with Horfes at the feveral Stages on thofe Roads, at the Rate of 9 d. per Mile. By'Command of the Poft-Mafter General, �___Geo. Shelvqcke, Sec. Hand-in-Hand, Fire-Office. -crHE Dire&ors give Notice, that a General- Meiting of the Members of this Society viillbe^held at the Office in Angel-Gourt, en Snow-bill, this Day, at Ibreeo'Clock in the Afternoon, being d Half Tearly General-Meeting, and on Special Affairs? ' 1o prevent 1M P O S 1 I I O N,-- STRONG and Fine-fhvour'd BAT AVI A ARRACK, for 12 s. 6d. per Gallon, if taken from the India-Houfe, being 3 s. per Galkw preferable to what is generally fold. Enquire of the Clerks at the Company's Warehoufe, Lombard-ftrect, where Samples may be bad at 6&.per Gallon Advance. �    j �r   l. r � B9 0rdtr *ftbi* Company, T. Brodrick. Lately Arriv'd from A B R OA D.    --- Rfemov'd to LudgateHill, >next Door to the Cock in the Corner, oppofite to the Great Old-Bailey, To  be  S E E. N, From Ten in the Morning to Ten at Night, THE F amous AFRICAN mention'd by WilliamCbtjeIden,"E.fy in P.JHofhia Anatomy, where Y,m gjv^. an Tnffi-nrrfl Fir,nri, sud uTli fi.i'prifln "f th*        j and _by Dr. Parjont in his Treatifc of Hermaphrodites, though erroneonfly defcrib'd by this latter Author. Thofe who&w thisCuriofity in London in 1740, are all unanimoua that it was then but a Wonder in Miniature in Rtfpe& of what it now is, Nattire having fo far improv'd it fince that Time, that feve-ral Paintings and Drawings, which were then taken of it, fcarce carry any Refemblance of it in its piefsnt State, which has render*d new ones abfolutely neceflary; not only the Parts by which the Sexes are ordinarily diftinguilh'd, but alfo the whole- Bod; from Head to Foot, is a moll wonderful Mixture of Male and Female. For a particular Description of the Parts, tobicb diftinguip'tbe\S:xet, v>t refer t the fbtrt Account, in Latin, following. " Scroti quippe vice funguntur Vulvae Labia, Tefticulos, binos " largos & mobiles involventia.   Clitoridis loco Penis Virilis ad " quatuor minimum prominet digitos, ubi (qrod (spins fit) e-" rigitur imperforatus quidem, fed  ex Corporibus cavernofis, it Glarnia ITrrrhri. P rff-rf* ---t '"onfii'fiK- �2 iranja Tl and moft -_-,---r---- _ .---- --iimrnM. *' funt praeterea, plane ac in Malieribus, Meatus urinarius & " Vagina fatis ampla, hue ufque tamen nulla huic ANDRO-" GYN^r effl�xerunt Catareania." N.B. A' new engrav'd Reprefentation of the Parts in their prefent State, may be had at 6 d. each.   The Ladies attended by a prudent Gentlewoman.   Attendance Abroad if defix'd.  The Price for our fljorC Stay here only I s. each. Our Stay Mere will be but fliort. At LOWE and BERRY's State Lottery-- Office, nubicb is mofl conveniently fituated free from the Noife and Interruption of the publick Streets, in Statior.ers-Alley, Ludgate-itreet, ivhere their Bufinefs has been tranfadedfor fever al Years tuith uncommon Succefs, "CKETS and Chances in the prefent LOTTERY are Sold, and Divided into Shares, in the cheapeft ft accurate Manner, to the entire Satisfaction of every Adventurer. A Regifter Book will be kept in the fame correct and nice Manner as in former Lotteries ; wherein any Perfons entering their Numbers, Jhall have an immediate Account fent of their Succefs-in Town or Country. Notwithftandinf ^V>�t^ arp frH f" ^""j -*fit1Lr fnllrnrinc TYith jf&r^M tlielT Urhce) they will be paid as foon as drawn /.   r.   d. A Half Chance       1     � a   10  o A Quarter        � 150 An tighth -   o  13  o A Sixteenth     - -   o    6   6 *#* The Lottery will begin Drawing Monday (e'anlght. To be Sold by AUCTI ON, On Monday next, at Edmonton in the County of Middlefex,-about fix Miles from London ; AFreehold Eftate there, late belonging to Mr. WILLIAM HARTLEY, deceas'd. ConfifHng of * large Houfe in good Repair, with Coach-Houfea and Stabling for Seven Horfes, a Barn, Brewhooie, Dovehoufe, and feveral other Out-houfes and Cohveniencies ; with about nine Acres of Land, Part of ^ilnVh.;. a r.*TArn} argil panted and in good Order, with Fim-ponda. wellftored, and the New River Water laid into the Houfe. The Premifes to be feen any time before the Sale. And on the fame and two following Days, will alfo be there Ibid by Au&ion, The Houfhold Goods, Plate, China, and Linnen, with a Coach and Berlin, lata belonging to the laid Mr. William Hartley, deceas'd.  To be view'd three Days before the Sale. For furtherParticulars, enquire at the laid Houfe j or of Mis.HartJey, in Ha tton-Garden, Holborn. Catalogues to be deliver'd gratis at the Place of Sale; at Mr. John Perkins's, the Corner of Philpot-Lane, Fenchurch-ftreet i and at Mrs. Hartley's, in Hatton-Garden, Holborn. Each Day's Sale to begin exactly at Eleven, and end at Three. -3 -2 �3 �2 ' - ^9 This Pay is publifb'd,--- The Fifth Edition, Price 23. of FACTION Dete&ed, by the Evidence of FACTS.   Containing an Impartial View of Parties at Heme and Affairs Abroad. S}uo quo fielefti ruitit f Aut cur dextcri* Aptantur enfet conditi t ----jMm ttfuperbat inviJee Cdtthsginit------      -        ---- Romanvt arcet urertt: Std ut, fecundum vota Partborun, fu3 XJrbi btee periret dexteri. Hequc bit lupit mot, nee fuit Itonihui Unquam niji in difpar feris. Furerat ccecus, an rapit vis acrior I An culpa f Rejpenfum date. Tocent, & era pallor alius inficit. Mentefqut perculfa ftupent. Hor. Epod. Od. VI. Printed for J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane. WITH HIS     MAJESTY *&-Royal Privilege and Licence, On Saturday, December 3, will be publiflicd, Number I.  To be continue! Weekly,  Price 6d. of A NEW General COLLECTION of VOYAGES and  TRAVELS, More Copious, Methodical, and Accurate, than any hitherto published % Confining of above Five Handred of the moft efteem'd RELATIONS,-(Many of them now firft tranflated from Foreign Languages) Being defign'd Both to fupplv the ImrrrfH^""' "f r>r- HARgTy� Colleclion^-   -And continue it down to th's TIME. Interfperfed with the moft remarkable EJrpeditions, Sca-l-'ights, Shipwrecks, Captivities> Efcapej,, And other Entertaining Adventur.es, as well by LAND as SEA; And Improved not only with feleft CUTS from the feveral Authors, and CHARTS and MAPS entirely new, accommodated to the JVtrk i.-------"------ ' BUTALSO With fo much of MODERN HISTORY and GEOGRAPHY, As may ferve to Uluftrate the prefent State of all Nations. Thofe Gentlemen and Ladies who are inclined to encourage this Undertaking, are defired to fend in their Names and Places of Abode (no Advarce Money being required) to the Undertaker The Aftleyi at the Rofe in St. Paul's Churchyard. Of lubom may bt bad, PROPOSALS at large, with an Account of the Defign. �3 -2 AdvertifemsHts 
                            

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