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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 14, 1743, London, Middlesex                                'SI-  ^General '"''f^-^:! M O N D A Y,} ,Nov*mi;er 14,^�' 1743. Deal, November 12. .........,.    t.  ';-!:.-- ' - ^Ap&B&6im' his IttfcftyYShip foryap$aica; Op^rtoQally,' ?rijind,for Oporto jTthe Cicero, Seaborn, for; Briftol | ami remain ^with his MajeiiyV Ships Lever-1 pqoL ani^fcralta* 1? the-I^riifbJ anddQwdLShips forJndla jvpe-v "hwar^ Jolly; for Tttifey';$liza.  vefr Miancfe,-Jbn�;- for Carolina * - Kiovidcnce,! M'Call, . for Madeira jL , tyopo Men,' who: ait divided* i^^ti^,]^^/'^^'^. jgtS^d: �within; half a League 'of tfie Frontiers of Sweden. .../The Rejoicing^ on ..the, Aniyal.of the.Ptriincefg Louifa. at.Copen-fcagenarc? t$ ^onb^d;th{^ ,':..Op.. the firft Day there is to be a Grand Ball,? jjn thejwndjia,y, .aJfoeworkTand another X!i1fanT^      third Day :, The, King's Minifters and the principal Lbr^saboutOourtarfe to. keep qpeoTable, and the City is to be illuminated three Nights fucceffijyejy. Some of the Marquis de la" Chetardie's Retinue.arc.already arrived there. ' We art affuredrjy Letters from Vienna, that the'King of Ptuife f}^ Minifter there, jo declare,Lthat .the Marquis deBotta-never -(poke to him ibpiit wfcat.he.is accufed of in Ru^fia, ,nor drppt t,he;lQa(l Hint concerning it sand jthzi ^ P^ffian Maje% has moreover enjomed hitri(^p^tl^ohBa) n^ "toQianvthe Marquee's ^tm^^v".^he3^o.^i�rAatM. tje.Bott* has amply Jultifted Mmfelf before the Commiffaries appointed tq ,en-^quire into his CondacV and thatthey ^ tiieir Report of the A^r,t6v^ c-Dafy;^�ere-'altforg'^:S^ them'ti be fo j �hi^fJrjiquitjj �aibeea,^ar�edon  w^r9s,of i, L,y^^*'hitf;b^hr�-i^n^^I^ lately com j mitted. to Newgate by Col. De Veil r and.'tis thought - byt other/Perfonspnot yetttakenj ^rhich has been a very grear^ . Detriwot^ toiift MajeflyV Seventie, thfcrebe'lng *Pm\ of Six-pence on each Pack duly fiarap'd. Mr.Tuftiah wasj fo.Confciousof his 'C^rinle^Ftia^te-il^^J  King Wa^cbmmitted to the fame Place, by- the feme'Genireman";" for Healing-a! larjge Silven Spoon, the Property of.Mr.J John Tattew.  -1 I As the. Drawing the, Lottery is fo near as next Monday,!* MeffiXOWEandiBERRYikeep their!'Qp^6]^h'eVery| Nightitill Nineb'Clock;t!flatthiey rriay more eafi^fupply. the] Town with Tickets, and Chances, both which are divided! by them into. Shares in fd curious a manner, and fold, fo) Biffis'AtyeJifsQofflatij: of Cpmediam^' T the -.^heatre^ Royal � irtrDrury-^Eane, K^l q v'.-'e . f, o! r ' lro, v e. The Part of Valentine by Mr,.GiffardTattle, Mr.Neale ; Fore-"fi^it', Mr.Tafv*e'ir; Angelica, by Mts.Bennet   Mrsf Frail* Mn. Croftr Ben,, Mr .Yates; Sir Samgfon Legend*. Mr�.'Bri4g�* Scandal, � Mr; W. Gifiard, j, Trapland,, Mr,. Rayj Jeremy,cMr. Qates 4 .Btick-"rarn, Mr. Green. "Mrs.- FqrefigK^.Mis, E;.Qift�rd 5 H8rfe>>Mis� ' Edgerton; Mi6 Prue, by, Mr,s.#E0RGE, (Being the firft Time of her appearing upon any Stage,)  . And Entertainments beween the Acts, viz. -    End of !Aa II.' Singing by Mr. SulJiyan.  - � '   Acl;III.  Singing by Mr: Siillivsn. Aft V. 'A Dance by ,Mr.- Defle, Mrs^Walter,. ^Mr. Livief,. Mr. ' "   Shawford^ Mifi Scots, and others. To wnlch willbe added a Farce of ,Tw� Afts, call'd .The ::s; c tl o o l?b o y. The Part of the School-Boy hy Mr. Yates; Major Rakeifli^Mr. Bridges jv Young Rakeift, by Mr. Crofs; Frieridly, Mr.Green; Fa- L-ther BenedicY, Mr. Bhkes ; Tom,-Mr. Gray. Lady Manlove,J>y "Mrs;rrbfi 5 tettice, Mrs. Yates. I  Tickets deliver'd out by Mr.;0A7.E$ will be taken this Night. Places-for the Boxes to be'taken at tie Stage-D^or of the Theatre. Cheap, thatey.ery Advepturer1 meets With) eritite Sati^fac-i tion.  Great Numbers.are inducedto come: to-their Office,^ from its heing:fituated free from^ the^Interruptibh10f1 the; � Publick.StrejetSi da .Stationers-A41ey-*'h6ar;'Ludgate'rftreet,! where they j have alfo tranfaSed - thci^Bufinefs,. with un-! -common Succefs for. many Years paft, havin^paid feveral Thpufa&d Pounds among ilieir Shares, a* foon kt they were ^drawhV which Method will be cpntinued in the'prefeht Lottery. .-.       .-t.      '.''.'*       "    ' j New-Tori, Sept. 26. Wednefday,Evening laft arrived; here his Majefty's Ship the" Loo",' Captain- Utting Com-1 umander, having oh board hii;��ceirericy George-Clinton,! '.E^;: Captain Generai and{0oVernbiVin.- Chief of this Pro- 'vujee ; and.the.next Morning' about 11 o'CloikV his Ex-cellency,landed near the1 New Battery, under the Difcharge of the Guns of the Loo and the'Fort, and'was1" icceived by his Majefty's Council for this Province, the Mayor and .Corparafipn, the Officers of; the Miliua, and principal GentlemenjOf this City ; dnd thence proceeded to his Honour the Lieutenant Governor^, the1 Way being lined by his Majefty's Forces ported here  and having publilhed his Commiffion in Council, and taken the ufual Oaths, proceeded to the City-Hall/attended as'beforehand there pub- .liihed his Gommiffion with theufual'^blemnity. ^Philadelphia, Sept. ig. Yefterday William Coultor, a likei^y young Fellow of about 22 Years of Age, Was tried ;alU Court pf" Oyer and Terminer, tin an Indiftment for/ ravifcing a'miferable old Dutch Wbman:Of Fouifcore. .Xhc Ju�y acquittcd: him of the Rape> but found him guilty of an Aflault.. �.. Captain Powell, in dtf^^^eflrggJPpyat^Tj of this. Port,, isjuft arnred with a rich 5pamm"prize~being a Regifter Ship of 20.Guns and 63 Men, burthen about 200 Tons: She. has on board 157 Tons and a half of Cocoa, one Ton of Chocolate, and about ro,ooo Pieces of Eight in Cafh. She is called La Noftra Senriora de Soledad, /.*'.'The Prince of'AfturJas, commanded by Don Philip de Lorreei The Wilmington-is.ftill out on a Cruize, for fome other valuable .Ships, and the George -is to return to her in a few Days. They, have taken feveral other* ffflall Veflels; and re-Jtook Capt. John Evam'd Veffel, of this Port, about 34 Hours after fhe was taken 4 but the Privateer who was with her, and had the Captain and his People on board, efcaptd from the Wilmington by her-Oars. 1   _ High Water this Day !at LOndjon-Bridge at 30' Minute* after 8._. .     "'�  .....�   � � � Bank Stock 147. India Ditto 195 1 4th. South Sea Stock 113 3 4ths. Ditto Old Annuities 114 7 Sths. Ditto New 115 5 8ths a � half. Three per Cent. Annuities 102 3 4ths a 3. Ditto 1742, 102 3 4ths a 3. Ditto 1743, 161. Million Bank 118 r 4th. Equivalent Royal Afluraiice'80.r LondonAffurance 115 8ths. Engbth Copper 41. 15 s. Seven per Cent/ Emperor's Loan^io Price. Five per Cent, ditto jSi Bank Circulation;; 3 1. Prem. India Bonds 4- Ij 19 s. a 5 1. Pr. Three arid a half. Salt Tallies, 3 Prem. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Order* 4 i halt DKc. Three ,per Cent. Ditto 2.   Lottery Tickets 111. 10 s. _ 'tf  A y,-.M A R  K E T. AT the KING'S THE A TR E in the HAY-market, To-asorrow,wilJ bere^iv'd an opera^- O      X      A      N      A ; OR, Alexander-in India. The MUSICK Comfoi'd,     Mr. HANDEL. With Dances andqtker Decorations entirely New. ri tjit and ^oies, to. be:put together, and no Perfoas to be admitted without Tickep, which wili be.deliver'd that Day> at the Office in the Hay-'MarJKet, af Half a;Guinea each.  Gallery 5 s. '      By^HIS MAJESTY's Command, No Perfons whatever, to be admitted-behind the Scenes.-The Gallery wiUheopen at Eeur�o'Clock., ">..Pit and Boxes^aj Five. . .'''      T^b^iri at Six.Q.'Clock.    � ' i7R Subfcribers\a,foJO$ttft\wjdtfir'd--t6 fend for tbtir Silver Ticket*'ta tf>e Qjera-rO'fce7�>* /A? >Hay>-Market,. vibere At.tndanu call'dj R Laji Saturjpy Night coming cut of Drury-Lane Playboufe, A^eci.Morocca Leather Pock^tTBook, in which'wasTeveiarMemorahdams of no Ufe but to the Owner. Any Peribn that has found it, and. will be fo honeit as to, bring it to 1 Mr. Cfiarks Cirn�/ >.-ia^'St. MarfinV-Lane^' .ci*beb. ^fliaUlreceJve'Half a Guinea Rewarfi-and-ne Ojje^Jons afie'd. 'tike, Wo 'greater Reward will be oflfer'di . 'j ,.     ... 'i :i �:-i'..,;'-':-"' ' co V E NT- GAR ;D E N. AT the :The&trerRoyal in Covent-Garden, . this Day, will be ptefented the Tragical Hiftory of -King   RICHARD, the  Third. Containing, The Diftrefles and Death of King Henry the Sixth, The artful Acquifitiori of the-Crown by King Richard, The Murder of young King. Edward V. and hi|Brqtljer in the Tower. "' The-Landing of the(-Eari of Richpond, And the Death of King Richard in the memorable.Battle of Bofworth-Field, being the laft. that was fought between the Houfes of York and Lancaster. ' ^ith many other Hiflorical Paflages. The Part of T^g Richard' b^Mr,jRyai^;,King. Henry, by Mr. Bridgwater} Earl of Richmond,'; by Mr. Hale ; Treflel, Mr. Chap-msn 5 Prince Edward,1 .Mifs.Hippifley; Dotchefs of York, Mrs. Woodward1; Lady Anne, Mrs^ Hale Buckingham, Mr. Caihell ; Stanley, Mr. Rofco j Norfolk,'Mr. Stephens} Catelby, Mr.Gibfoni Tyrrell, 'Mr. Carr j Lo'rd-^Mayor, ,'Mr.lVfarten ; ?Ratcliff, Mr. An-deribn; Lieutenant, Mr.'Ridbut; Oxford, Mr. Bencraft j  Duke of  York, Mi6;M6rrifon ; "' And the Part of Queen.Elizabe^h; by ,Mrs..Horton.' 'To which will be added a .Farce, call'd Xke   MO C K-D OCT o R. The Part of the Mock-Doctor by Mr. Dunftall; Sir Jafper, Mr. Rofco f Leande'r, by Mr. Hay man Harr/; Mr. Carr ; James, Mr. Anderfon ; Welfh Davy, Mr. Hippifley ; Hellebore, Mr. Ridout; Robert, Mr. Goedall; Charlotte* "Mrs.Norman} Dorcas by Mr�. Dunftall. Places for the Boxes to be taken qf Mr.Page, at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. _      To begin axactly at Six o'clock._ GOODMAN 'S-F I E L D S.-For the 'Bcihfii vf-** Officer's Widow. AT the NEW WELLS \%%'[bbiipm--^ Lemon-ftreet, Goodntati'i-Fteldi, thisDsiy, yrjji be perform*i| Sefcral- Ni# J�xo^^ 'of^pi^pii^ngt Tumbling,. .Itaultmp;. and'EauilibrflBj Rope-Dancing by Monf. Janns, M?'Hough, and Mafter Morgan. Mr. V/illiams waipenbrm feveral Newixercifcs on the Slack Rope. With feveral New Songs by MrvBrett," Mr. Cuningham, and others. Dancing by Mr. Carney, Mr* Hayes, Mr. Granier, Mr. Chettle,. Mohf. Janno, Mrs> Hough, MifsStory, Mifi Davis, and Mrs. Rawfings. Likewiie" Dancing by the Two Mailers and Mifs Granier. With Variety of Tumbl^ig by the celebrated Monf. Janno, Mr. Williams, and Mr. Hough. '"Mr. "Williams (by Defire) will Jump through a Hogfhead witk Fire in it; and likewife over Sixteen rVlen's Heads. The MORRIS-DANCERS will perform a new Morris of Six. The Whole to Conclude with a New Scene of A&ion, call'd HECATE   and   A U H o R A. In which will be Intrpduc'd The Birth and Ad ventures^ Harlequin. Hecate by Mr. Brett ;' AurbraT by Mr. Curdiingham. The Cha rafter of Harlequin, by Mr. Hayes} Colpmbine, by Mrs. Hongh } Don' Cynthio, Mr. Chettle ; Laplanders by ' Monf. Janno and Mr. Williams ; Goody Crouch, Mrs: Carbuncle; and the Character �f Bongy by Mr. Hough. Note, Mr. Job Baker will perform a Preamble on the Kettle-Drumst Boxes at,        '!* Pit 6* Gsllery is.' Note, Thofe who chufe Wine may have it at a "s- a Bottle. fcf� Mr. BROWN the DRAGOON/who retook the STANDARD at the BATTLE of DETTINOEN, and feveral other Gentlemen juft arriv'd from the Army, have taken Tickets of the Widow, and will be there to fee the Performance. For SAL E By-tye' C A;Jtf DX E,- '' "' On Weinefddy next, at 12 tfClack.at Noon, _ Coffee-Hotife ' r*wLolnteBl'-'ft�cf; THE LE PIEHRE Joseph, * Sponijb Prize, taken by his Majefty's Ship the SQJtJIRREJL;-SotBare-ftern'd, .French-bijilt. Burthen 270 Tons, more or lefsyia^.good^pimenfions, a Priipg �Sailor, and.'fi t 'furIthC Weft- India or tfrginis , Trade, now lying in the Wet Dock in the ..._r>irt,... rj   ^ W/^V*at Deptford. riivent^s'tebe leeln on Board, and at the Place of Sale.- To be Sold by ~     - JONATHAN FpPHAM, Broker, F^r S-A h E; -ty-tbr $ - A N p L E, - On friday* December 9,  at Twelve 0'Clock at Noo�, ' At LLQY D1-s Coffee-Houfe in to'mbard-Jireei," qPHE Sf? Gep^IGall y, JL,- With i$^arriaVe Gnns, 'a Prjnw.Sai-lor, Square^flerrro^; built at Stockton, abott five Years old,; Burthen 540 TonsN, more or lefs, with proportioMbk^DinMnlJons, now '.m'Cburib^Htk. Rotberhilh~&�bn-Raf. late comrriander. ? Inventories may be feen on Beard the faid Gaily, and at the Place of Sale. To be Sold by  JOSEPH WATKItiS, Broker. Who Buys and Sells all Manner of Merchandize and Ships, atPub-Jick an4 Private Sales 1 Enters and Ckars' Ships; &rc; '�t the Cu'ftom-Houfe, and takes out Mediterranean PsuTes. Atte, He hath aUb feveral Ships to fell by Private Contract Jiverttfemenis of a moderate Length aft taken in for this Paptr at two Shilling each. 0 3 -9   

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