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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 24, 1743, London, Middlesex The London Daily Poft, and General Advertifer. Numb. 2816. THURSDAY, November 24, 1743. Deal, November 22. 1 EM A IN in the Downs the Phte-nix Man of War, and theUrfula Tender j the Prince of Wales, Pelly, for India} Wfllet.Griffiths, for St. Kitts j Conftancy, Philips, for Jamaica; Parham Frigat, Davis, for Antigua; the Tagus, Clements, for Liftjon; D'Argent, Nowell, for Oporto ; Clayton, Woodward, for Cork ; Limefton, Button, for Topfliam ; Prince William, Groute, for Dublin ; Diamond; White, fer Briftol } Warren, Huddy, for Falmouth ; Nancy, Arthur, for Chichefter j and Fryhead, Holft, from Amfterdam, for Surinam. Arrived Deffand Vaftighell, De Weys, for Batavia ; Nottingham, Cooledge, from St. Kitts; Shirley, Thompfon, from Jamaica ; Suc-cefs, Dunn, for Dublin ; Vernon, Surrage, from Topftam. Wind S.W. Arrived at feveral Ports. The Betty and Peggy, Gardner, from Stockholm, is arrived at Leverpool. The Port Merchant, Brown, from Oporto, at Plymouth. The Two Brothers, Bowden ; and George, Thombos, from Newfoundland, at Pool. The Fanny, Kennedy, from Cork, for Dunkirk. The Grace and Molly.Allen, from Barbadoes, at Dublin. LONDON. Yefterday arrived one of the Mails due from France. Advices from Paris of the 29th Inftant, N.S. are, that the Auftrians are going to raze the Fortifications of Fribourg, and afterwards evacuate Brifgau : M. de la Ravoye, who has 800 Pioneers, fupported by 4000 Troops, on the other Side of lhe Rhine, is throwing up retrenchments and building three Redoubts at the Head of the Bridge at Hun-ninguen. Fifteen Batallions of French Troops are actually filing of towards Toulon, and as foon as they get on board there, the Squadron will put to Sea. Fourteen Men of War are in Readinefs to put to Sea from Breft, but Orders are come down to that Port to fit out four more to join them. Marftial Noailles is come back from the Ann/, and has had a long Conference with the French King. Letter from Dealr Nov. 22. * The Nottingham, Cooledge, from St. Kitts, is arrived � in the Downs, and brings an Account, that the Bonetta � Privateer, Capt. Drumgold, brought into that Road, � on the 20th of September, a Sloop with 36000 Dollars, � and 50 Tons of Cocoa, taken off Laguerra ; and that he � faifd the next Day, to join the Mary, Capt. Woooly, � that had taken fix Prizes, and carry'd them into Spaniih-� Town, 'till re-inforc'd, to bring them up, being all very � rich Prizes.* The Ethelred, Bifliop, from Southampten, for New-England, founder'd in her Paflage; but the Crew were taken up by Capt. Hampton, from London for Virginia. The Casfar, Wallace, from Virginia, is arrived at Leverpool, (but Iaft from Luchendal in ScotlandJ'brings Advice, that a new Snow, from York River in Virginia for Briftol, was loft at Luchendal, about three Weeks fince. Extract of a Letter from Leverpool, Nov. 18. __" This Morning we received the agreeable News of his Majefty's happy Arrival in his Britifh Dominions; upon �' which Joyful Occafion, the Day was ulhered in by the �' Ringing of all the Bells ; in the Afternoon, the Wor-� fhipful John Brooks, Efq; Mayor, attended by the Al- dermen, and Common-Council of this ancient and �' flourishing Corporation, and the principal Merchants ** and Gentlemen of the Town, went in Formality attended � by the Officers of the Corporation, to St.George'sChurch, " to return Thanks to God for the fafe Deliverance from all the Perils and Dangers to which his Majefty has been �' expofed in the law Battle at Dettingen, and for bis happy " Arrival ; and after Divine Service, returned to the Ex-" change, where his Majefty's Health with chearful Huzzas " was drank ; the Healths of their Royal HighnefTes the Prince and Princefs of Wales, his Royal Highnefs the " Duke of Cumberland, Lieutenant Geneial of his Ma-" jelly's Forces, their HighnefTes the Prince and Princefs " Royal of Denmark, and all the reft of the Royal Fa-41 mily ; Succefs to his Majefty's Arms by Sea and Land, *' and the Arms of the Allies, her M jelly of Hungary, an " agreeableMeeting and Unanimity to the King and Parlia-� ment/ his Majefty's moft Honourable Privy Council, " Duke of Newcaftle, Lord Carteret, Lord Chclmondely, � Chancellor of the Dutchy of Lancafter, Hon Henry * Pelham, our Members of Parliament, and many other �� Loyal and Publick Healths ; together with the Healths �' of all the brave Officers and Soldiers engaged in the late �� Vi&ory at Dettingen; during which Time, feveral � Rounds of Great Guns were fired from Alderman Steers's � Pl?tform, Engineer of the Town. The Exchange and � Town were grandly illuminated, and Bonefires in moft of 41 the Streets ; and there was Plenty of Punch and Beer �� given to the Populace, and the whole was concluded � with Decency and good Order." Yefterday Morning died in the Temple, Counfellor Brown, a Gentleman of confiderable Fortune, and in the greateft Efteem amongft his Acquaintance. On Tuefday Night died, in the 84th Year of his Age, �t his Lodgings in Clarges ftreet, Mr Greenwood, formerly a great Builder, and is faid to have left a confiderable fortune behind him. On Tuefday fail died at Rotnerhitb, Mr. Wade, an emi-fte&t Ship Carver, efteem'd to be one of the moft ingenious Me* of his Bufinefs. On Monday Night laft one Mr*. Warrener, a Midwife, W?s flopp'd in Caflle-ftreet, Long-Acre, by two Street Robbers, who demanded her Money, and took from her Five Shillings and fome Half-pence, and made off towards the Seven Dials. Yefterday Number 64,005, anjd 7,495 were drawn Prizes'of 1001. each. Laft Sunday died at her Lodgings in Red-Lion Square, Mrs. Burton, a Maiden Gentlewoman of very good Fortune. Yefterday Morning two Lads, (the one Apprentice to Mr. Gillinf ham, and the other to Mr. Sharp, both Arts Mailers of Bridewell,) fought together, and the Battle ended in the Death of Mr. Sharp's Apprentice, who was faid to be the Aggreflbr,. and had challenged the other to fight it out with him ; they had engaged and been parted twice within thefe few Days. Mr. Gillingham's Apprentice is in Cuftody till the Coroner's Jury has fat on the Body. The right and vbeft Sort of lrifh Stuffs, made in the-neateft manner, in variety of ,the moft genteel and fafhio-nable Mixtures, are now fold by Wells and Hartley, Mercers, at the Naked Boy and Woolpack in Lud-gate-ftreet. S. Hartley fucceeds the late Mr. Badcock, to whom he was Servant. They fell all kinds of Silks, as ufual. This Evening being the 24th Inftant, by Order of the Honourable the CommiJ/ioners of the prefent State-Lottery, Mr. Richard Shergolo will publilh aLift of the Prizes drawn this Day, with the Numbers entitled to fuch Prizes; and continue to publilh the Prizes that (hall be drawn daily 'till the Lottery is finifhed. All Perfons may be fup-plied with the faid Lift, by applying to Mr J.Roberts, Publifher, in Warwick-Lane ; or at Mr. Shergold's Lottery-Office, in Pope's-Head Alley, over againft the Royal-Exchange, Cornhill, at 2 d. the Lift for each Day ; wherd-Tickets and Shares, alfo Chances and Shares of Chances, viz. Halves, Quarters, Eighths and Sixteenths are Bought and Sold; Numerical and Regifter-Books are kept there, and all Lottery Bufinefs tranfafted in a correft Manner. At the aforefaid Office, Ready Money will be paid for Blanks and Prizes; and during the Drawing,Tickets fold warranted Undrawn. As the prefent Lottery is fo exceedingly more advantageous than any that has been thefe twelve Years, there being no Deduction from the Blanks and Prizes as in the Bridge Lotteries, it is not in the leaft furprifing that the Demand for Tickets and Shares is fo great at LOWE and BERRY's in Stationers-Alley, Ludgate-ftreet, as their Office is the moft commodioufly fituated to tranfacl the Bufinefs in the exadteft Manner, being retired from the publick Street', and as they fell them in all the cheap Methods that can be contriv'd. This Morning Tickets, Shares, and Chances, will be fold 'till Nine o'clock (when the Lottery begins Drawing) and after Three in the Afternoon, they will be figned and warranted undrawn by Mr. Lowe or Mr. Berry, that the Purchafer will not run any Hazard there of buying counterfeit Tickets, or Blanks, which has been the Misfortune of fome who dealt with thofe that are unknown. �- Note, Their Shares wilt be paid as foon as drawn, as in former Lotteries they paid feveral Thoufand Pounds, and as their own Bufinefs obliges them to keep the corrected Numerical Book, their Regilter is in the higheft Reputation. -Number 79,320 drawn on Monday a Prize of zooo 1. was fold the fame Morning at Lowe and Berry's. No. 18,014 a Prize of 30001. (which was fold in'the -Time of Drawing, and came up in lefs than an Hour after) No. 53,764, a Prize of 5000 1. the greateft Prize fold or' fhar'd at any Office in London, and feveral others of 10001. 500 I. 100 1. &c. being fold and fhar'd by J. HAZARD, occafions a great Demand for Tickets, and Shares of Tic-kets and Chances, at his Office under the Royal-Exchange, and at his other Office fronting Stationers-Hall, nearLud-gate, where they may be purchafed with the greateft Safety, warranted on the Back as Undrawn, and Examined by the Numerical Books, which are the moft Corredl and Authentic, having two Clerks in the Hall to take the Numbers, and the Books at both Offices being checqu'd together every Evening, and examined by the Accounts of the Comm ffioners; Money for Blanks and Prizes; Shares andChances are paid as foon as drawn.-N. B. Large Quantities of Tickevs, &c. are daily examin'd and regiller'd there, on Account of the Numbers being enter'd in the Books at both Offices. COUN TRY-NEWS. Gloucefter, Nov. 19. This being the Birth-Day of her Royal Highnefs the Princefs of Wales, the fame was obfer-ved here with the ufual Demonftrations of Joy. Private Letters out of Herefordfhire advile, that feveral Gentlemen there are determined to cut down great Part of their Plantations of Cyder, if the Duty upon that Liquor be not fettled the nex: Seffions of Parliament in a more favourable Manner than at prefent, becaufe the Apple-Trees do them a manifeft Injury every Year, by fhading their Lands, and they do not bear much Fruit; perlups more in one Year, than they do in feven. SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, Nov. 17. By a private Letter from Philadelphia, dated the 3d of Oftober, it is confirmed, that the Privateers of that Place, had taken and carried in there, a Spanifh Regifter Ship loaden with Cocoa, and 10,000 Pieces of Eight. This Day the Rev. Mr. Robert Wallace, and Mr.George Wifhart, Comtniflioners from the Church of Scotland, to folicit an AO. of Parliament, rto enable the Clergy to fettle an Annuity for their Widows and Children, fet out for London. Bank Stock 147 3 8ths a 1 4th. India Ditto no Price. South Sea Stock 11331123 4ths. Ditto Old Annuities 114 3 4ths a 7 8ths. Ditto New 114 3 4thsa 7 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 102 3 ^ths. Ditto 1742, 102 3 4'hs. Ditto 1743, 101 14th. Million Bank 118 1 half. Equivalent 111. Royal Affurance 80. London AlTurance 11 5 Uths. Englifh Copper 4 1. 15 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 3 1. 2 s. 6 d. Pr. India Bonds 4 l.i8 s. P.-.,' Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Pr. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 4 1 half Pr. Three per Cent. Ditto 2 Difc. Lottery Tickets 11 1. 4 s. a 2s. High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 23 Minutes after 5. H A Y - M A R K E T.- AT the KING'S THEATRE in the hay-market, Saturday next, will be perform'd aa opera, call'd R O X A N A 0 *n Alexander"*?;* India. The musick Compot'd by Mr. handel. With Dances and other Decorations entirely fltm -Pit and BuigM lu be put tugelher, and no Perfons to bg 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 the Scenes. The Gallery will be open at Feur o'clock. Pit and Boxes at Fire. To begin at Six o'Clock* *#* the Subfcribers to the Opeia, are defied to find for tbiir Silver Tickets to the Opera-Office in the Hay-Market, tobere Attendmnca will be given this and ever y Day, from Nine to Iwo, far that Purfife. D R U R Y-L A N Not Afted ibis SeafiH. E. AclII. m -j 1--------- -f fir"!" |j \JJ iVli Bridges; Dumont, Mr. Giffardj Bellmour, Mr. W. Giffatd ; Rat-cliff, Mr. Blakes ; Catefby, Mr. Winftone ; Alicia, Mrs. Roberts j And the Part ef Jane Shore by Mrs. Giffard. And Entertainments- between the A�ts, viz. A Dance, by Monf. Mwlment, Mr. Defle, Mr. Liviej, Mrs. Walter, Mifs Scots, and others. Afl 111. Singing by Mr. Sullivan. j , End of Aft IV. Singing by Mr. Sullivan. ' To which will be added a Fawe of Tvfn ftftt n\VA- j4^rrXToM i s T; O A, The Sham-Doctor. Monfieur le Doftor by Mr. Blakes ; Crifpin, Mr. Yates ; Old Gerald, Mr. Tafwell ; Young Gerald, Mr. Green ; Martih, Mr. Morgan ; Simon, Mr. Turbutt. Angelica, Mrs.Ridout } Beatrice, Mrs. Bennetj DoQor'sWife, by Mrs. Edgerton; Waiting'VYoman, Mifs CoJe. Places for the Bores to be taken at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin exactly at Six 0*Cock. By His Majefty's Company ef Comedians, T the Theatre - Royal in Drury-Lane, this Day, will be prefented the Tragedy ef ' JANE SHORE. The Part of Hading hy Mr. Delane ; Diikff'nf Aim r-n , [,, A COVEN T- G A R D E N. AT the Theatre^Royal in Coyent-Garden, this Day, will be prefented a'Comedy, call'd The P R O V OKT) HUSBAND; OR, A Journey to London. The Part of Lord Townly by Mr. Ryan; Manly, Mr. Bridgwater; Sir Francis Wronghead, Mr. Hippifley ; Lady Grace, Mrs. Stevens ; LadyWronghead, Mrs. Kilby ; Count Baffet, Mr.Chapman ; 'Squire Richard, Mr. James. Mifs Jenny, Mrs.Viricent ; Mrs. Motherly, Mrs. Martin ; Myrtilla, Mifs Hillyard'; Trufty, Mrs. Mujlart J And the Part of Lady Townly by Mrs. Horton. To which will be added a Farce of TwoAflj," call'd The S C H O O L-B O Y. The Part of the Schooi-Boy by Mr. Woodward ; Young Rakei/n, Mv U-ilnj Friendly, Mr- AnHrrfnn.; Bcnwtifl-, Mr Jaffluc Ufca4y Manlove, Mrs. Martin j Lettice, Mrs. DunftaJl ; Anc the Part of Major Rakeifh, by Mr. Hippifley. With Dancing by Mr. Villenewve, Mrs. Delagarde, and others, vis. The SCOTCH D.A N C E. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Page, at the Stage-Dooi of the Theatre. To begin exaftly at Six o'Clock. %* To-morrow will be prefented The PRt>VOK'D WIFE. With Singing by Mr. BEARD. To which will bt added a' Ballad-Farce, call'd The LOTTERY. 1o prevent I M P O S IT IO N,- STRONG and Fine-Hivour'd BATAVIA ARRACK-, for 12 s. 6d. per Gallon', if taken from the la-dia-Houfe, being 3 i. per Gallon preferable to what is generally fold. Enquire of the Clerks at the Company's Warehoufe, Lombard-ftreet, where Samples may be had at 6 i.per Gallon Advance. . , r By Order �f tbh Company, Brandy-Warebouft, J J J, J\ . , Lonibsrd-Jireet._T- BrOdriCk. This Day was f>Ublifl?'d\ Illuflrated with a great many Copper-plates, in One Volume in Folio, (?rke bound i 1. i 1. formerly fold for 11. 15 s./ Of C _ rE out of which three Tales are added, which were never fcefbre printed I 1 �T HE Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, compared with theformer Editions, and many valaable MSS. Y, By JOHN U R R StuaentofChrif-rhurcb, Ox on, deer a fed. Together with a GUflary, by a Student of the fame College. To the IVbJe ;'i prefixed, The Author's Life, newly written, and a Preface giving an Ac� count of this Edition. Sold by C. Davis, oppofite to Oray's Inn, Holborn ; A. Miliar, oppofite to Catherine-ftreet in tke Strand. Where may bt bad, A few Copies of the faid Work printed for the Curious on a Iarg� Paper. Prige bound il. lot. This Day is PubUJb'd,--- By J. APPLEBEE, Printer, in BoIt:Court, Fleet-ftreet. THE Account of the Behaviour* Confef-fion, and Dying Words of ABRAHAM PASS, tli^Jew, who was executed at Tyburn on Monday laft ^ containing a very ife-markable Account of his leaving his Father's Houfe at Bourdeaux in France, when he was about twelve Y�ars of Age, and at the fame Time perfuaded two young Lads, one about twenty, ahd the other feven teen, to go along with him; whereupon they all three' came to London, and took Lodgings together in Gravel-Lane, Hdundf-ditch. He had not been long in Town befbre'he;got*into,Bufinefe'at the Houfe of Mr. IfaacMalo, a DrugrifV where he continued a-bout �ght Months. After he had left this Mafter, went to live with Mr, Morallia, a Jew; he had not cantiniiecr long, before "he ufed frequently to lie out of his Matter's Houfe, and likewife robb'd his Miftrefs; upon which he was difcharg^d-his Mater's Smite. He has likewife given a very remarkable Account of his Travels into Turky, Italy, Germany, Spain, Holland, &c. as alfo an Account of his Robberies which he artd his Companions have committed ; and laftly, an Account of the young Woman, who, he fays, was the Caufe of all his Misfortunes. Mverttfements efa moderate Len&tk are taken in for this Paper at Two Shillings each. 5 9 #1 �9 JO ~9 -3^ -9 -9 -9
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