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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 8, 1743, London, Middlesex ^teLbixdon Daily l*oft, and General AHveetifer. Numb. 28*8* TT H U.RS DAY, December $, 1743, rr 1* Dealt December 6. RRIVED the Tryton, Saunders* fron* Smyrna ; and the Job, Duyery for Batavia ; and remain with the Alderney J and the Ursula Tender. Wind W.S.W.. Grave/end, Dec. 5. PifsM by DukeDemar, Tillet, from Bo-Ioign ; and Weft, Gilby, from Calais. . Arrived at feveral Ports. The Neptune, Brown', from Genoa, is arrived at Leghorn. The John and Elizabeth, Tatterfhall $ Speedy, Mitchell; and John and Anne, Potle, from Viana j and Three Nuns," Johns, from Maryland, at Falmouth. The Loyal Conftatft* Leigh, from Oporto, at Dartmouth. The Providence, -, from Cape Fare, at Leverpool. The Friend's Goodwill, Glegg, from Lifbon ; and the Pcrtfmouth, Blackadore, from Carolina and Cowes, off Dover. The Providence, Burn, from London, at Stockholm. LONDON. Yefterday arrived the Mails from France, Flanders and Holland. Letters from Conftanrinople of the fccond of Ottober, N.S. fay, that the People were in terrible Alarms at the rapid Progrefs of Thamas Kouli Kan, who has made himfelf Matter of Kerkul and Moful, paffed the Province of Diarbekir, and is now marching dire&ly to Aleppo. They affure us from Naples, that the Court is itill.refol-ved to obferve a Neutrality, to the End that no Power whatsoever may have a Pretext for invading the Kingdom ; however, they add, that his Sicilian Majefty is taking all the neceffary Meafures to guard againft any unforefeen Turn of Affairs, We hear from Genoa, that a Squadron of Gallies lies actually in readinefs to put to Sea from Barcelona. From Fano we have Advice, that the Spaniards are now entirely Mailers of Pefaro and the Forts adjacent, and are adding new Works to them as well as to the Fortifications of Civita Caftellana : The Auftrian Army was ftill at Rimini, and it could not be gathered from the Difpofitions making by Prince Lobkowitz, that he really intended to attack the Spaniards. Letters from Copenhagen inform us, that the King of Denmark has publifh'd a Proclamation, whereby he orders all bis Subje&s, that have been brought up to the Sea, and are now out of the Kingdom, to return home forthwith. They write from Peterfburgh, that the Emprefs being apprized of the Propofal for a Marriage between the Prince Royal of Sweden and the King of Denmark's only Daughter, her Imperial Majefty declared, That ihe had no Objection to it, provided it may be a Means of reconciling the Courts of Stockholm and Copenhagen. The Grand Prince of Raffia has explained himfelf to the fame Purpofe on this Article ; but it does not appear that the Renunciation of Du-cal Holftein, which is demanded by Denmark, will go down fo glib. According to Advices from Fribourg, the Auftrian Troops that were in the Black Foreft and the Places adjacent, are marching back towards the:Rhine,'in order to occupy the Polls they held at the Clofe of the Campaign ; which Precautions have been judged neceffary, becaufe the French threaten to pafs the Rhine again very fpeedily, and that fome of the Emperor's Troops are already come to take up Winter Quarters within 5 Leagues of Fribourg. From Bafil they write, that in Proportion as the French bring forward their Works oa the other Side of the Rhine, more Troops are fent over that River ; and that a large Body of them will e'er lone march up to Old Brifack, and endeavour to make themfelves Matters of that Town. Extras of a Letter from Vienna, Nov. 30, N.S. * The Queen has fent Orders to the Barons Wafner and ' Reifchach to reprefent to the King of Great Britain' and � the States General of the United Provinces, That"'fh"e " prefent Conjuncture does not yet permit her to entertain hopes of feeing Peace fpeedily reftored: That* on the " contrary, all Things feem to urge the Neceffity of put-�� ting herfelf in a better Condition than ever to continue " the War vigoroufly ; and, therefore, that her Majefty " entreats the Maritime Powers to take Meafures for fup-" porting her effectually next Year, to the End that a fo-�� lid and lafting Peace may be obtained by this Jan&ion " of Forces." ' The King of Pruffia has declared afrefh, that he per-� fills in his Refolution to obferve inviolably the Treaty of ' Peace concluded -between him and the Queen ; and that � all the Reports fpread to the contrary have been invented � by evil minded People: Notwithftanding this Declaration, * the Court continues to take all the neceffary Meafures for * fecuring Bohemia and Moravia againft an lnvafion. ' A few Days ago fome Propofals for an Accommodation * between the Emperor and the Queen were examined in a partially anfwered ; and I remain Tour moft humble Servant, A Bv-Stander. A HAY-MARKET.-T the KING'S THEATRE in the __HAY-MARKET, Saturday next, will btperforni'd a� OPERA, call'd R O X A N A s - O R, Alexander in India. Tbe MUSICK Comfoi'd by Mr. HANDEL. With Dances and other Decorations entirely New. _ Pit andBoxea to be pat together, and no Perfons to be admitted without Tickets, wnicri" wIHTJruVlii/u'i} Llwl' Djy, at" the OlEce ia the Hay-Market, at Half & Guinea each. Gallery 5 s. By HIS MAJESTY'S Command, No Perfbiis whatever to be admitted behind the Scenss. The Gallery will be open at Four o'clock. Pit and Boxes at Fire* To begin at Six o'Clock.-#* Tie Subfcribert fo tbt Opeia, art dtfir d to fend for ffcrirSiWer Tickets to tbe Opera-Office in tin Hay-Market, lobere Attendant* will he given tbil and every Day, from Nine to Iwo, far that Purpofe. D E. R U R Y-L A N ARed but Once this Sea/on-By His Majefly's Company ef Comediansy AT the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, thh Day, will be prefented a Play, call'd The REHEARSAL. The Part of Bayes to be perform'd by Mr. GARRICK. Mr. Smith, Mr. W.Giftard ; Mr. Johnfon, Mr. Millj ; The other Characters to be perform'd by Mr. Yates, Mr. Ha� rard, Mr. Tafwell, Mr. Blakes, Mr. Turbutt, Mr. Grayt Mr. Ufher, Mrt. Ridout, Mrs. Crofs, Mifs Cole, Mifs Wright. With an Additional Reinforcement of Mr. Bjyes's new-rais'd Troopto No Money will be taken behind the Scenes, nor any Money to b� return'd after the Curtain is drawn up. Place* for the Boxes to be taken at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin exactly at Six o'Clock. COVEN T-GARDE N._l ___c 3-- AT the Theatre-Royal in Covenc-Garden, this Day, will be prefented the Tragedy of JULIUS CiESAR, With the Deaths of Brutus and Cassius. Written by Shakefpesr. The Part of Brutus to be perform'd by Mr. quin j Camus, Mr. Ryan ; Julius Cafar, Mr. Bridgwater ; Marc Antony, Mr.Haie; Oftavius Csfar, Mr. Gibfjn j Caika, Mr. Calhell; Trs-bonuH, Mr. Rofco ; Decius Brutus, Mr. Ridout ; Metel'us Cimber,, Mr. Carr ; Soothfayer, Mr. Marten j Cinna, Mr. Anderfon ; Lept-dus,, Mr. Bencraft; Plebeians by Mr. Hippifley, Mr. Chapman, Mr. Woodward, Mr. James, Mr. Stoppelaer, Mr. Vaaghan, and others. Calphurnia, by Mrs- Woodward ; And the Part of Portia by Mrs. Horton." With Entertainments of Dancing between the Ails, v'z. The Scotch Dance by Monf. Villcneuve, Mrs Delagarde, and others. A Comic Dance, call'd Lei Pa'ifans Moifaneurs, by Mr. ViJleneuve, Mrs. Delagtrde, and others. Places fnr^t^'JPnVi f" hli nf Mr. Page, at-^the Stagir-iDnflt.. of the THeatre. To begin exactly at Six o'Clock. High Wa er this Day at London-Bridge at 24. Minutes I after 4. _ c f 9 each. 1,01 o
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