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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 25, 1743, London, Middlesex The London Daily Poft, and ?enerat Mvertiler. NoMB- *81* :F R I D A Y, Nov ember 25, 1743. Deal, November 23. tAMEdown the Lifton Packet, Talbot, for Lilbon t the Scroop, Conway, for Antigua $ and remain with the Man of War, the Tender, and the Outward-bound as in my lad. juft arrived a Dutch Man of War. Wind S.W. Gravtfend, Nov. 23. Pafs'd by Feron, Satcliffe ; and James, Tatnell, from Jamaica ; Dragon, ILimond, from Virginia;.Catherine, Rowlatfon, from Rot-icrdatn ; and Succefs, Dunn, for Dublin. The Prince of Wales, Keate ; and Prince Frederick, -, from Newfoundland, are arrived at Leghorn. The Mediterranean, Clutterbuclcj and Mermaid, James, from Newfoundland, at Naples. L O N D O N. Yefterday arrived a Mail from France, another from Holland, and two from Flanders. . They write from Vienna, that the Pruffian Envoy has given the Queen's Minifters the ftrongeft Affurances, that the KingofPruffia will obferve the Treaty of Breflau, in rirm Confidence that the Queen is in the fame Difpofuions -. in Anfwer to which thefaid Minifters have alfo affured the laid Envoy, 'That her Majefty. is perfuaded the King of ' Pruffia will not enter into any Engagements inconfillent with the good Intentions of reftoring Tranquility in the � Empire, which he makes Profeflion of, and which her ' Majefty arJently wifhes for, if it can be done upon rea- fonable Terms.1 They add, that the Queen having writ to Count Palfy, Palatine of Hungary, to know how many more Troops, exdufive of the ordinary Contingent and Recruits, that Kingdom can furnifh, without depopulating i: ; his Excellency made Anfwer, that the faid Kingdom can eafily fend her Majefty 86,000 Men, whenever (he p'eafes to call for them. Letters from Naples fay, that the Council of State has had feveral Meetings extraordinary of late ; that divers Councils of War have alfo been called, at which Count Mahoni was always prefent; that the Deliberations of thofe Councils rolled on Ways and Means to keep Peace and Quietnefs at Rome, and to fecme the Frontiers from any Jnfult; and that in Confequence of the Resolutions taken therein, 4000 more Troops have been ordered to march to j'efcara, that they may be at hand to join thofe already aiiembled in the Neighbourhood of Aquila. Advices from Prince Lobkowitz's Head Quarters at Rimini, dated the 12th of this Month, N.S. fay, that the ^rmy is going to remove from thence to theCamp of Cato-lica ; and that the Prince had fent for the reft of hisjnfan-try, which was left in the Bologneze, and which he ftands in great need of, becaufe the Spanifh Camp at Fano is fo well fituated that the Aullrian Horfe can do little or no Service againft them there. Letters from Pefaro, of the rith of November, N.S. fay that the main Body of the Spaniflj Army was ftill jn that Neighbourhood ; and that their Artillery is planted tm the Walls of Pefaro. They add, by way of Poftfeript, that they had juft received Advice, that Prince Lobkowiiz was making all the neccflary Difpofitions for marching up to the Spaniards. ExtraS of a Letter fromGevoa, Nov. 14 N.S. ' The Britifh Squadron, confining of 18 Men of War, was ftill cruizing off the Ifles of Hieres on the 8th Inft. � and Admiral Matthews continued to cruize off Villa- Francha. We are told that his Excellency has demanded Final of the Repoblick, in order to make it a Place ef � Arms; but as that Place is difmant'ed, and confequently ' not fit for the Purpofe he mentions, we fuppofe that the � true Defign of the Engliib is to put the King of Sardinia ' immediately in Pofieflion of the Marquifateof Final, pur. � fuant to an Article of the Treaty of Worms. The Silver Tickets to the Opera-Office in the Hay-Market, inhere Aitmdunct toill be given thit and every Day, from Nine to Ivjj, far that Purpofe. DRURY-LANE. Not Afted thefe Ten Tear:. By His Majefly'i Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre - Royal in Drury-Lane, To-morrow, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd The GAME S T E R. The Part of Young Valere by Mr. Giffard ; Sir Thomas Va!ere, Mr. Tafwell ; Lovewell, Mr. W. Giffard j Marqu:s of Hazard, Mr. Blakes j Hefior, Mr. Yates j Dorante, Mr. Collins j Count Cogdie, by Mr. Nealej Mr. Galloon, Mr. Morgan ; Box-keeper, Mr. Crofs. Lady Wealthy, Mrs. Giffard 5 Favourite, Mrs.Ridoutj Mrs. Topknot, by Mrs. Yates j Mrs. Security, Mn. Edgerton j Betty, Mift Horfington; And the Part of Angelica by MrJ.Wofiington. With Entertainment* between the Acts, viz. Aft II. Singing by Mr. Sullivan. Acl III, A Dance, call'd fbe Italian Mafqueradi by Monf. Muilment, Mr, Defle, Mr. Liviez, Mrs. Walter, Mrs. Thomfon.'and otheri. End of Aft IV. Singing by Mr. Sullivan. To which wiJl be added a Farce of Two Acts, call'd The LYING VALET. The Part of the Lying Valet by Mjf. Yates ; Gaylefs, by Mr, Blakes; Juftice Guttle, Mr. Tafvrell 5 Beau Trippit, Mr. Nealej Meliffa, Mrs. Bennet ; Mrs. Gadabout, Mrs. Egerton ; Mrs. Trippit Mrs. King ; Kitty Pry, Mrs. Yates. Places for the Boxes to be taken at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin exactly at Six o'Oock. COVEN T-GARDE N.-- AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, this Day, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd The P R O V O K'D W I F E. The Part of Sir John Brute by Mr. Bridgwater j Conftant, Mr. Hale j Heartfree, Mr. Ryan j Razor, Mr. Chapman j Lady Brute, Mrs. Horton ; Lady Fanciful, Mrs. Vincent; Belinda, Mrs. Hale } Mademoifelle, Mifs Hippilley ; Col. Bully, by Mr. BEARD, (In which Character will be intr�duc'd the Songs proper to the Play) To which will be added a Ballad-Farce, call'd The LOTTERY. The-Partof Lovemore by Mr.BEARD; Mr. Stocks, Mr. Dun-flail; Jack Stocks (alias Lord Lace} by Mr. Chapman j Ghlee(alia� Lady Lace; Mrs. Vincent j Countrymen. Mr. Woodward and Mr. James, With Dancing by Mr. Villeneuve, Mrs. Dtlagardt, aHd others, vitr The SCOTCH DANCE. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Page, at the Stage-Door of the Theatre, To begin exaftly at Six o'Clock._ To prevent IMPOSITION,- STRONG and Fine-fhvour'd BATAVIA ARRACK, for 12 s. 6 d. per Gallon, if taken from the In-dia-Houfe, being 3 s. 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 d. per Gallon Advance. Brandy.Wareb.ufe, B* 0rdtT * Lcmbsrd-Jireet. . T. Brodrick. STATE LOTTERY TICKETS ij^r Bought and Sold by THOMAS COX, Under the Royal-Exchange, WH O has kept an Office above twenty Years, where every Kind of Bufinefs, relating to the Lottery, is tranfafted with the utmoft Exaftncfe anj Polity- CM&ces lold, and Tickets and Chances divided into Shares, vi*. HALVES, QUARTERS, EIGHTHS, and SIXTEENTHS. Although the Purchafe-Money of Chances, and Shares of Chances, is much lefs than of Tickets and Shares of Tickets, yet the Adventurer will have as good a Chance for a Prize by the one as the other. The firft Tkhet that (hall be drawd of two, or the firft five of ten, may be bought at a much cheaper Rate than in the common Way. Any other Method that is or ftalj be pra�Kfed more agreeable to Adventurers, fliall be done at the loweft Prices ; and fuch Perfons as may not fully underftand ajjy of them, flull have them explained by calling at the faid OfBce. Tickets Regifter'd, and in Time of Drawing daily Infured from Blanks. Money for Blanks and Prizes as foon as drawn. 5 /tJvertifemenis of t mokratt Length are taken in for this Paper at Two Shillings each.
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