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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 16, 1743, London, Middlesex                                The London Daily Poft, and General Advemfer. JNoHB-*8f FRIDAY,   December. 16,   1743. Deal, December 14. lEMAIN the Alderney, Grey-hoand.and Furnace, Ships oFWar and the Urfula fender ; the Caefar, Coates; Dorter, Frognell; and the Dutch Ship for Eaft India 1 the Rofe, MarftaF; Diligence, Liddell ; Black-River Merchant, Quick j and Atlas, Cole, for Jamaica ; the Hannah and Elizabeth,Jones, forMahone; Blandford, Blackenbridge, for Guiney ; Biddy, Brown ; Neptune, Boyde; and Parham Club, Burton, for Antigua ; Betty, Watfon ; and Adventure, Dare, for Portfmouch. Wind N.N. W. Grave/end, Dee. 14; Pafs'd by the Delight, Sallet, from Norway ; Recovery, Spence ; and Gold,  Coby, from Maryland { Amity's Goodwill,' Hubbard, from Dantzick ; and Jbftph, Thomas, from North-Carolina. The Willoughby, Blackmore, from Bofton, is arrived at Bolton. The Ruby, Waffe, from Virginia, ofTDover. The Molly, Kelly, from London, at Gibraltar. L ON D O N. They write from Berlin, that M. de Klingraff, the King of Pruffia's Minifter at the Imperial Court, who has lately jgpaired to that City from Francfort, has had, fince his Arrival, Conferences alrhoil every Day with his Pruffian ' Majefty in his Clofet, which Conferences, 'tis qbferved, generally laft about two Hours : His Excellency has like-wife frequent Conferences with the Pruffian Minillry.-" The Marquis de Valory, Envoy Extraordinary from the French King, receives frequent Couriers from Paris, and difpatches as'many thither. Prince William of Heffe Caflel was ex-peeled at Berlin in a few Days. The Syndic Surland is arrived there from Hambourg, charged with a Commiffion from the Regency of that City, relating to their Trade with the Pruffian Dominions. We hear from Francfort, that the Letters which the Court has very lately received from Peteriburgh, continue to be very favourable, and give them room to hope, thai the Difficulty concerning the Ceremonial to be obferved at the pubiick Audience of Baron Neuhaus, the Emperor's Minifter at the Ruffian Court, will fpeedily be entirely removed. According to Letters from Bern, that Canton has conferred upon the Propofal of the French Embaflador in Swif-fcrland, to let 700 Men be added to the Regiment of Bet-tens in the Service of France. We hear from JRheinfelden, that upon the Reprefenta-tions of the Inhabitants of the Black Foreft, the Queen of Hungary has ordered her Troops that are? quartered in that Country to content themfelves with ?Fuel and Candle, and pay ready Money for the Eatables arid Drinkables they confume. By the Swan, Capt. Sinclair, arrived at Briftol, there aw Letters from Jamaica of^ gotb ofjSppteaabcr, vtith Advice, that a great many Prizes had been carried in there, xnoft of which were condemned. Amongft the above Prizes, we hear there was one taken by Capt. Perry Mayn, which had 94,000 Pieces of Eight on board, and a Cargoe of rich Merchandize. . Admiral Matthews having received Advice, that a very-large Spanifli Privateer, commanded by the famous Andero, a Malteze, was 'cruizing in the Archipelago to annoy the Engliftj Navigation in thofe Parts, has difpatched a Frigat in quell of her. . Yefterday came Advice, that the Sincerity, Capt. Tel-kenburg, from Bremen, was fafe arrived at Yarmouth ; (he has on board a great Quantity of his Majeity's Baggage. Yefterday Crayle Crayle, of Old Bond-ftreet, Efq} was married at North-Church in Hertford/hire, to Mifs Skreen of Afluead near Epfom, a young Lady of diftin-guifh'd Beauty and Accomplifhments, with a Fortune of 10,000; after which they fet out for his Seat at Beach wood, HertferdQiire, to celebrate their Nuptials. Yefterday died Mr. Thomas,  Mafter of Langbourn Ward CofFee-houfe in Fenchurch-ftreet: He was efteem'd trie of the beft Performers on the French Horn in this Kingdom. Oh Tuefday Night died, at his Houfe in New Bond-ftreet, Mr. Norman, an Apothecary of very confiderable Bufinefs. On Wednefday Night laft a Houfe in Adam and Eve Court in Tyburn-Road was broke open and robb'd of Goods to a confiderable' Value ; and alfo ftripp'd of a Quantity of Lead. Yefterday Morning a Fire broke out behind the Horn and Trumpet in Crutchet-Fryers, which burnt down fome Coach-houfes and Stables, and a Painter's Shop, before it was extinguiuYd. By a Letter from Coothilf, in the County of Cavan in Ireland, we have an Account, that Mrs. Simpfon, (Wife �fa Linnen Weaver of that Place) who is not quite'14 Years of Age, and five Foot eleven Inches in Heighth, was brought to-bed,a few Days ago, of two fine Boys who are in perfedl Health", and Chriften'd by the Names of George-Auguftus, and Frederick. -it was James Fall of Dunbar, Efq; Member in th� late Parliament,, who died lately in Scotland, and not James 'Dunbar as menticn'd by Miftake. "Yeflerday Jofeph Ifaaes, o:herwife M'Coy, a Jew, was committed to Newgate by Col. De Veil, for burglarioufly breaking.open the Houfe of Mr. Nathaniel Ward, a Spectacle-maker of White's-Alley in Little Moor-fields, and fc-lonioufly taking- out of it, a great Quantity of Plate, and wearing Apparel, with other Perfons not yet taken. And the fame Day Mary Wilfon was committed to New Prifon, by the fame Gentleman, for receiving a great Part of the abovefaid Goods, knowing them to be ltolen. Yeflerday Number 24,095 and 62,2 iS were drawn Prizes of 10001, each; and-37,018, 46,724,^ ^0,839,1 21,465, 54.970, 67,668, and 392, Prizes of 1001. each. 1 he Ticket, No. 24,095, drawn Yefterday a Prize of iooo 1- was fliar'd in Wig^n's Lottery Office, in Exchange -Alley. As it has been found by Experience, that the Examining, during the Hours of Drawingthe Lottery, is fo great an. interruption as to hinder the Correclnefs that ought to be in a Numerical Book ; therefore thofe who enquire for their Friends in the Country, of themfelves?; are: defired to call after Three o'Clock at LOWE:and BERRY'sjOffice in Stationer's-AHey,Ludgate-ftreet,wh'o have taken all poffibTfr" Care to prevent any Interruption to their Polling-with the greateft Certainty; and to prevent the Town being impofed on by People unknown with Counterfeit Tickets or Blanks, they will warrant all thofe bought of them to be Undrawn and good Tickets with their own Hands. Shares are fold and Chances in'the' fame Maimer, with the greateft Secu-rity. No. 79,320 drawn a few Days ago a Prize of 2000 1. was fold the fame Morning at their Office. The right and beft Sort of IRISH STUFFS made in the neateft manner, in Variety of the mod Uncommon and Genteel Mixtures, both Strip'd and Plain, are now fold by Wells and Hartley, Mercers, at the Boy afidWool-pack in Ludgate-ftreet. S. Hartley fucceeds the late Mr. Badcock,; to whom he was Servant. All Sorts ef Silks are fold there, as ufual.__ High Water this Day ac London-Bridge at zi Minutes after 10. Bank Stock 147 1 4th. India Ditto 194 3 4ths. South Sea Stock 113. Ditto Old Annuities 113 7 8ths. Ditto New 114 3 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities iqz 1 half. Ditto 1742, 102 1 half. Ditto 1743, 101 1 half. Mil-lionBank 118. Equivalent 111. Royal Affuiance 80. London Affurance ti 3 4ths. Englifti Copper 4I. 15 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan noF-ice. Five per Cent, ditid no Price. Bank Circulation 3 1. 5 s. Prem. India Bonds 4 1. 17 5, Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 2 1 half Pr. Three and a h*lf per Cent. Exchequer Ordeis 4 1 half Pr. Three per Cent. Ditto 2 Difc. Lottery Tickets r 1 I. 18 s. a 14 s. �A To    he    L ~E T T,--      -- In Bloomsbury - Square, .':... ' Next Door to the Lord Chtef-Juftictr L EEV, HQHSF; Ready F-g quire for Particulars at the faid Hoofe. H  A   Y - M   a  K  K -Jh.   1 AT the KING's THE A TR E in the HAY-MARKET, To-mosrow, will bt perform'd an OPERA, call'd ... R      O      X      A      N     A j O R, Alexander in India. Tie MUSICK. Composed by Mr. HANDEL. With Dances and other Decorations entirely Net�. Pit and Boxes to be put together, and ho Perfons to be admitted without Tickets, which will be deliver'd that Day, at the Office in the Hay-Market, at Haifa 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 Four o'clock.   Pit and Boxes at Five. To begin at Six o'Clock. .. V* ^M> '^�0pei�^�ws^7^�^^i&r^rfflKer~ Tickets J* tie O^n-Ot&te'ntieBiy^MatkttyWEtreAtiendarce wiliiegiven tbit.and^every Day, from Nine to Ivio, fir that Parpafe. D K  (J  R  Y-JL A  N i�. Not Afted this Seafon. By His Majeflfs Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre-Royal in Drury- Lane, this Day, will be prefeated a Comedy, call'd The    ALCHEMIST. Subfie by Mr. Mills; Face, Mr. Crofs j Sir Epicure Mammon, Mr. Berry j Lovewit, Mr. Turbutt; Ananias, Mr. Morgan j Tribulation, Mr, Tafwell; Surly, Mr. Havard ; Dapper, Mr. Green ; Kaftril, Mr. Nealc; Dame Pliant, by Mifs Bennet j Doll Common, Mrs. Crofs j And the Part of Abel Drugger by Mr. Cibber. With Entertainments between'the Ads, viz. Act III. A Dance, call'd the Italian Majquirade by Monf. Muilment, Mr.:Deffe, Mr. Liviez, Mrs. Walter, Mrs. Thomlbn, and others. To which will be added a Farce of Two Acts, call'd The   L A WY E R's   FEAST.' Taken from the Spanifli Curate of Beaumont and Fletcher. Places for the Boxes to be taken at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin exaftly at Sftc o'Clock. COVE N T-G A R D \L N. *�- Not Afted this Seafon. AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, this Day, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd The   COUNTRY   WIFE. The Part of the Country Wife by Mrs. CLIVE j Horner, Mr. Ryan; Harcourt, Mr.Halej Sparkifli, Mr. Chapman ; Sir Jafper Fidget, by Mr. Hippifley; Dorilant, Mr. Cafljell; Quack, Mr. Marten.. Lady Fidget, .Mrs. MulJart j Alithea, Mrs. Vincent j Mrs. Squeamifli; Mifs HUlyard j Lucy, Mrs. Dunftall; And the Part of Pinchwife by Mr. QJJIN. To which will be added a Ballad-Farce, call'd The      LOT   T   E   R   Y. The Part of Lovemore by Mr. BEARD; Mr. Stocks, Mr. Dunftall ; Jack Stocks (alias Lord Lace) by Mi. Chapman ; Countrymen, Mr. Woodward and Mr. James; And the Part of Chloe (alias Lady Lace) by Mrs. CLIVE.  With Entertainments of Dancing, particularly A Scotch Dance by Monf. Villeneuve, Mrs. Delagarde, and others, Alfo a Comic Dance, call'd Let Pa'ifani Mai'fonneun, by Mr. Villeneuve, Mrs. Delagarde, and others. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Page, at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin exaftly at Sir o'Clock. HEREAS the late Mr.Henry C*rey - T publiih'd Propofals dated Sept. �o, 1(743. for, the Reprinting of hjs Dramatick Works in. Quarto, bound in Calves Leather at Half a Guinea, this is to give Nodce, that the faid Books are reprinted, and ready to be delivered to the Subfcribert. - The- Widow of the late Mr. Carey humbly begs the Favour of thofe Gentlemen and Ladies, who are Subfcribers,- to fend a Letter orMcf-fenger to "her Houfe in Crofs-llreet, Hatton-Garden, where they ftall be delivered, {he being unacquainted where to fcnd, otherwife would wait on them with the faid Books, ' And likewife thofe Gentlemen .and Ladies, who have fubferibed to his Mufical Century, may be fupplied therewith at the abov� Place. to prevent I MP OS I I ION, TRONG and Fine~flivour*d BAT A VIA - y3 ARRACK, for 12 s. 6 &. per Gallon, if taken from the India-Houfe, being 3 s. per Gallon preferable to what is generally ibid. Enquire of the Clerks at the Company's Warehoufe, Lombard* ftreet, where Samples nay be had at 6 A. per Gallon Advance;'   "__ Brandy-JVarebou};, TftKOTy ^mpan,, Lombard-ftree^_T. BrOdMCk. For SALE ^  the CANDLE, On Friday, Dec. 23,   at Tweht o'Clock at Noon,-- At   LLOYD' ^Coffee - Houfe in  Lombard - ftretty HE Princefs Amelia, _    a new Ship, with fix Carriage and four Swivel Guns, a gg.T* Sailrry QT'"*" �ftern'dj Bolton^uilt, Burthen 235 Tons,-more oriels, Length by the Keel about ft Foot, Breadth by the Beam about z$ Faot, Depth in the Hold about 1 � Foot, Heighth ______�^ between Decks about 4 Foot 10 Inches, now lying in the Great Wtt Dock, Thomas Harney late Commander. Inventories may'be feen on Beard the laid Ship, and at the Place of Sale.  To be Sold by ,-     . JOSEPH WATKINS, Broker. T Lately  Arriv'd from ABROAD. Rcmov'd to Ludgdte-Hill, next Door to the Cock in the Corner, op^ofite to the Great Old-Bailey, To   be   SEEN, From Ten in the Morning to Ten at Night, THE Famous AFRICAN merition'd by William Cbefelden, Efq; in P. 314 of his Anatomy, where he gives an Engraved Figure, and a Description of the Parts $ and by Dr. Parfons in his Treatife of Hermaphrodites, though erroneoufly defcrib'd by this latter Author. Thofe whofaw thisCuriofity in London in 1740, are all unanimous that it was the* but a Wonder in Miniature in Refpecl of-, what it now is, Nature having fo far improv'd it fince that Time, that fcrfr-ral Paintings and Drawings, which were then taken of it, fcarce carry any Refemblance of it in its prefent State, which has.rendeT'd new nnf* '^^'"^-'y j��ri.fflny; nntTBly tht Po'^' ''y-^'r^ the.-Sexesaxe- ordinarily diftinguiih'd, but alfo the whole Bod) from Head, to-Foot, is a moft wonderful Mixture of Male and Female. FtHr particular Defeription of tbe Parts, which diftinguijb the Sixes, we refer tube Jbort Account, in Latin, following* � " Scroti quippe. vice: funguntur Vulvse Labia, Tefticulos, binos " largos & mobiles involventia.   Clitoridis loco Penis Virilis 'ad-" quatuor minimum.prominet digitos, ubi (quoifaepiusfit) e-rigitur imperforatus quidem, fed  ex Corporibus-'cavernofis, " Glande uTrtthra, Prseputio. & Franulo ivereitonflatus..' Ad-funt praeterea, plane ac in Malieribus, Meatus urinarjusT&-" Vagina fatis ampla, hue ufque tamen nulla huie ANDRO-" GYNiS effluxerunt CaranBcenia." N.B. A new engray'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 defir'd.   The Price forour fhorC Stay here orily 1 s. each.__, - .- .....   To    M     SEEN, At fheWhtie Houfe, facing the Ship-Tavem^Charing-Crofj- WRIGHTSON's Collection of RARITIES from divers Parts of the Worjld: Allowed by the Curious to exceed aWlhings ever yet Jhevun. 1. A Beautiful Model of the Church of the jTjL Holy Crofs at Brtblebem, where ftood the Stable where Cbrift wuj'bariir with the Stalls; Racks,Mangers, and all obfcrvableBuild� ings^ curioufly inlaid. a. A very curious and compleat Model, adorned with Mofaicfc Work, in Mother of Pearl, -See. of the whole Temple of Cinq's Sepulchre at Jerulalem, as it was built by Helena, Mother of the Emperor Cunffantine : With all the Chapels, Altars, and other obferve-able Buildings about it. This venerable Curiofity is fo artificially and commodioufly contrived, that the Iniide and Ground Plan, are rendered as vifible as the Elevation. ' 3. The Infide of St. Peter's Church at Rente, as it appear'd illuminated in the moft magnificent Manner, at the Grand jubilee in the Year 1700. 4. Chains, four double, cut out of a folid Piece of Timber, ef-teemed as great a Curiofity as ever was feen in any Nation. 5. A curious Pifture, reprefenting the PASSION of our SAVIOUR, painted by the moft celebrated Raphael Urbin, which, for its illuftrious Beauties, the late King of France offered 1000 Piftoles, but was refufed; likewife 500 Guineas was offered here by the late Queen for the fourth Part of the faid Picture : In Aort, the Beauties are jint *� lir ilrfmhrrl hy ill  IniTTl i lilijii'i nr Wiirrr 6. A furprifing artificial SHOWER of HAIL and RAIN, lately brought from Abroad. 7. The LORD'S PRAYER, wrote in the Sixteenth Part of a Silver Penny, and fair to be read. With feveral other Curiofities too tedious to mention. To be ihewn to Two or more at any Time, from Nine in the Morning 'till Eight at Night.   Pike 1 s. Gentlemen or Ladies, having once paid, are admitted Gratis, (o long as they ftay in Town, bringing Company. This valuable Collection are to be Sold together, or feparate. ~ To be   SOLD by AUCTION, On 7uefday next, and the following Day; THE Houfhold Furniture, &c. of a Gentleman leaving off Houfekeeping, at his late Dwelling-Houfe, In New North-Street, near Red-Lion-Squarje. Cdnfifting of rich Genoa Damaik, Mohair and Needlework For-niruret, in Beds, Window-Curtains, Chairs and Settees entirely freih and clean, large Sconces and Chimney-Glafles, Pictures, Plate, Jewels, China, Linnen, Fire-arms, and fundry other valuable Effects. The whole to be view'd To-morrow and Monday next, to the Time of Salt, which will begin each Day at Eleven o'Clock precifely. Catalogues to be had at the Plase of Sale, and at Mr. Lewis's, Upholder in Fleet-Street. n.b. In the Firft Day's Sale will be fold, two curious Machine �Oariiagta, of a particular and new LimulM, ' rini/h'd in an elegant Tafte,' and of the beft Materials : The One a D�my Landau with Springs, the Joints and Hinges impercept ble, with, whole Fore Glatfes and Side-Glaffes, lin'd with white Cloth and Hammer-Cloth trini'd with Fringe, &c. The other ah exceeding light Machine, of a particular Invention, entirely new, which ferves the Purpofe of a Berlin, Landau, er four Wheel Chaife, wh ch is not to be defcrib'd without feeing. Alfo two Pair of Harnefs, and a Pair of beautiful nimble, active, black Geldings, with Blazes, fifteen Hands and an Inch high, fix Years old, fit for Town or Couotry. % The Machines to be view'd in the Stable-Yard behind the Houfe ; the Horfes at Mr. Kite's, at Warwick-Stables, nearBedford- fdyertiftmnts tf> wtfp�* Ifnltb    tab*'* fa tbii. ?Wr �y%m?miriV mK   

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