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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 17, 1743, London, Middlesex                                The London Daily Poft, and SATURDAY,  D-ecemberi;,   174$. Deal, December 15* HIS Morning molt of the Outward-bound iaiicd to the Well-ward, Arrived from Newcaftle the Try ton, M'Ferdon.for Rhode Ifland; and .William and Mary, Carrick, for Oporto. Came down the Neptune, Hartley, for Cork. Arrived Ruby, Whatfe, from Virginia j and Triton, Fayning, from Maryland. Remain in the Dawns his Majefty's Ships Alderney, Greyhound, and Furtiace; the Caefar, Coates; Dorfer, Frognell; and the Dutch Ship for Eaft India. Wind N.N.E. Grave/end, Dec. 15. Pats'd by Concord, Hilders, from Bremen ; John and Anne, Story, from Virginia ; and the ftegina, Buddy, from Hamburgh. The Cselia, Wilfon; and Hannah, Holbrock, from Jamaica, are arrived at Briftol. Llandovery, Blanket, from Jamaica ; HatJey, Wilfon, from Virginia ; and Anne and Jane, Hammond, from St. Kitts, off Dover. The Hunter, Ebfworthy, from Oporto, at Leverpool. -   The Anne, Vaughan, from Jamaica, off Dover. LONDON. Yefterday her Royal Highnefs the Princefs of Wales, was at St. James's to wait on his Majefty, being the firft Time of her Royal Highnefs's going abroad fince the Birth of the Prince. We hear, that Expreffes have been difpatched to the feveral Ports, from the Lords of the Admiralty, with fome particular Inftructions to the Captains of the Men of War that are ready to put to Sea. It is faid that a Squadron of Obfervation will pat to Sea with all Expedition. By the Ogden, Triftram, arrived at Leverpool from Jamaica, there is Advice, that the Union, Nicholfon, one of the lalt Fleet from Jamaica, bound to Briftol, is loft on the Hogfties near that Ifland. It is faid there is another Jamaica Ship loft ; but her Name is not mentioned. Yefterday was married at Highgate-Chapel, Thomas Burrough, Efq; Mafler Carver of his Majefty's. Yard at Deptford, to Mils Hannah White, an agreeable young Lady with a handfomc Fortune. Yefterday the Flying-Mercury, Paul, richly laden from Hamburgh, arrived in the River. On Wednefday laft died, at her Lodgings in Gloucefter-ftreet, Mrs. Elizabeth Northie, a young Lady of good Fortune, which flie has left to Charitable Ufes. Yefterday Simon Bailey was committed to Newgate, by Col. De Veil, for burglarioufly breaking open the Dwel-ling-Hoafe of John Fawler, Efq; upon Epping-Foreft, and taking out from thence a confiderable Quantity of HjjufhoJd Goods. On Thurfday Night, a Servant Maid belonging to one Mr. Tate, a Gardner near Brumpton, Was ftopp'd near Knight/bridge by two Fellows, one of whom knocked her down, and the other cut off her Pocket, in which were 175 and fome Half-pence, and both got off undifcover'd. Yefterday Number 14,737, 2S�S^9� an�* 20,991 were drawn Prizes of 1001. each. As it has been found by Experience, that the Examining, during the Hours of Drawing the Lottery, is fo great an Interruption as to hinder the Correftnefs that ought to be in a Numerical Book ; therefore thofe who enquire for their Friends in the Country, or themfelves, are defired to call after Three o'clock at LOWE and BERRY's Office in Stationer's-Alley,Ludgate-ftreet,who have taken all poffible Care to prevent any Interruption to their Pofting 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 Manner, with the greateft Security. No. 79,320 drawn a few Days ago a Prize of 20001. was fold the fame Morning at their Office. IRELAND. Dublin, Dec. 10. We hear that Wednefday the 18th of January next, is appointed for the Trial of the Right Hon. the Lord Nettervile, which is to be in the Court of Re-quefts in the Parliament-Houfe, which will be fitted up for that Purpofe. We hear from Cork, that laft Week, a French Ship laden wi.h Salt, for Dublin, was caft away in the B3y of Clanikilty, and that all the Men were faved, except the Mailer and Mate, who were wafh'd over-board j alfo that a large Ship bound from London to Gibraltar, with Bale Goods and Provifions, ftrack on the Rocks near the faid Bay, and was deferted by the Mafter and Men, but by the Care of Mr. Cheney, a Revenue Officer, and feveral Gentlemen of the Country, (he wa; brought in fafe to a Creek a joining His Grace the Lord Lieutenant has been pleas'd to fign a Commiffion for John Bingham, Efq5 to be Colonel of a Regiment of Dragoons, in the County of Mayo, in the room of the Right Hon. Henry Bingham, Efq; deceafed. As alfo, to appoint Benjamin Burton, Efq; to be a Truftee of the Linnen Manufa&ure, in the Room of the faid Henry Bingham. The Rev. Edward Wight, is appointed one of his Ma. jetty's Juftices of the Peace for the County of Limerick. William Newburgh, Efq; for the County of Cavan, and Charles Mc Manu% Efq; for the County of Donegal. Laft Tuefday. Mr. Hatton s Petition was heard by the Honourable Houfe of Commons, againft Mr. Doyne, the fitting Member for the Borough of Wexrord, fjr an undue Eledlion > but after hearing. Witneffes on bath Sides, Mr. Doyne was confirmed in his Seat. Laft Wednefday the Royal Irifh Dragoons came on Dublin Duty., in the room of General Neville's Horfe^who are gone into Country-Quarters. The Mary and Jane of Portaferry, William Coffie,1 bound for Londonderry, was loft in her PafTage thither; but the Crew were faved. Laft Thurfday died here, univerfally regretted, William Montgomery, Efq; defcended from the noble Family of Mount Alexander, a Captain in Col. Lafcell's Regiment, now quartered in Scotland. He was an affectionate Husband, an indulgent Parent, and a moil fmcere Friend : He had a humane, charitable, benevolent Mind, being endued with all (he amiable Virtues and Qualities that render Men beloved while living, and lamented when dead. The Rev. Mr. Hubbie, is prefented by his Grace the Lord Archbifhop of Dublin, to the Prebend of Kilmatal-way, and Vicarage of Clondalkin, in the room of the late Rev. Dr. Wilfon. High Water this Day ac London-Bridge at 9 Minutes after 12. Bank Stock 147 1 4th a 3 #ths. India Ditto 195 a 1 4th. South Sea Stock 112 1 half. Ditto Old Annuities 113 5 8ths a 3 4ths. Ditto New U4. Three per Cent. Annuities no Price. Ditto 1742, no Price. Ditto 1743, toi 14th. Million Bank 118. Equivalent in. Royal Affurance 80. London Affurance 11 5 8ths. Englifh Copper 41. 15 s. Seven per Cent. Errp:ror*s Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 3 1. 5 a. Prera. India Bonds 4 1. 17 s. a 18s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 2 1 half Pr. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 4 ! half Pr. Three per Cent. Ditto 2 Difc.   Lottery Tickets 11 1. 14 s. a 18 s. HAY-MARKE   T. AT the KING'S THEATRE in the hay-MARKET, this Day,   will be perform'd an OPERA, call'd R      O      X      A      N      A j_ O R, Alexander in India. Tbt MUSICK Compoi'd by Mr. HANDEL. With Dances and other Decorations entirely Afrw. Pit and Boxes to be put together, and no Per Cons to be admitted without Ticket!, which will be deliver'd this Day, at the Office in the Hay-Market, at Half a Guinea each.  GalJery 5 s. By HIS MAJESTY's Command, No Perfoiu whatever to be admitted behind the Scenes. The GalJery will be open at Four o'Clock.    Pit and Boxes at Five. To begin at Six o'Clock. #* Tbt Subfcrihers to tbt Open, aredefird to fend for tbtir Silver Tickets t* tbt Opera-Office in tbt Hay-Market, ivbere Attendance villi be given tbit and every Day, from Mini to 'lw, for that Purpofe. To prevent I MPCS ITION? D R U R Y-L A N E. Not Afted this Seafon. By His Majefy's Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre - Royal in Drury-Lane, this Day, will be prefented an Hiflorical Tragedy, call'd King   RICHARD   the   Third. The Part: of King Richard to be perform'd by Mr. GAR RICK ; King Henry, Mr, Gifiard ; Duke of Buckingham, Mr. Mills; Earl of Richmond, Mr. Havard ; King Edward Y. Mrs. Ridout; the Duke of York, Mifs Wright ; Queen Elizabeth, by Mrs. Roberts j Lady Anne, Mrs. Mills i Dutthcfraf YnrXr, Mi& Beoser^ RatcihT, Mr. Wcodburn ; Tyrrel, Mr. Arthur ; Lord-Mayor, Mr. Tafwell j Oxford, Mr. Green j Stanley, Mr. Winftone; Treffcl, Mr. Blakei; Cateiby, Mr. Turbutt j Lieutenant, Mr. Ray. Places for the Boxes to be taken at the Stage-Door ef the Theatre. To begin exactly at Six o'Clock. COVEN T-GARDEN.  _ AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, this Day, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd V    O    L    P    O    N    E i o R, The.     FOX. The Part of Volpone by Mr. QJJIN ; Mofca, Mr. Ryan ; Corbaccio, Mr. Hippifley j Voltore, Mr. Bridgwater i Corvino, Mr. Ro/co j Sir Politick Wou'dbe, by Mr. James j Bonario, Mr. Gibfon 5 ift Avocator, Mr. Ridout; Peregrine, Mr. Anderfon ; Cxlia, Mrs. Horton ; And the Part of Lady Wou'dbe by Mrs. CLIVE. With Dancing by Mr. VMtntuve, Mrs. Delagarde, and others. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Page, at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin exa&ly at Six o'Clock. M A    I    R. AT the NEW WELLS in May-Fair, on Monday next, will be perform'd Several New Exercifes of Rope-Dancing, Tumbling, Vaulting, and Equilibres. Rope-dancing by Monf. Janno, Monf. Movire, and Mr. Hough. Dancing by Mr. Carney, Mrs. Jackfon, the two Matters and Mifs Granier, Mifs Jones, Mr. Chettle, Mr. Hayes, and Mrs. Hough. Tumbling by Monf. Janno, Monf. Movire, and Mr. Hough. Several new Songs by Mr.Brett'and Mr. Cunningham. With feveral New Equilibres by tha RuffiaBoy, who performs feveral furprifing New Ballanees. And the diverting Performances of the famous BATH MORRIS-DANCERS. To which will be added, Several new Scenes in Grotefque Characters, call'd The SAILORS PROGRESS; O Rj T'he Humours of Wapping and Stepney. The Character of Harlequin by Mr.-Hayes; Colombine Mrs. Hough ; 'Squire Noodle, Mr. Chettle ; Lolpoop, Mr. Hough ; Sailors by Mr. Cunningham, Mr. Carney, aid Monf. Granier ; Stepney Landlady, Mrs. Doublechaikj Mils Brazen, Mifs Jones; Mifs Loveit, Mifs Smith ; Mifs Dawdle, Mifs Evans. The Whole to conclude with a diverting Dance, call'd The   HUMOURS  of the  TIME S. To begi* every Evening at Half an Hour after Five o'Clock. %* Every One to pay a Shilling at the Door, and take a Ticket, which Ticket will be taken for a Shilling in the Reckoning. Places for the Boxes to be taken at the Bar ot the Weils. To    be    LETT, In. Bloomsbury - Square, Next Doer to tbe Lord Chief-Juftke L EE's, AHOUSE, Ready Furnished. Enquire for Particulars at the faid Houfe. STRONG and Fine-flxvour'dBATAVlA ARRACK, for 12 s. .6 d. per Gallon, if taken from the India-Houfe, being 3 s. per Gallon preferable to what-is generally ibid, Enqutfe of the Clerks at the Company's Warehoufe, Lombaid-ftreet, where Samples may be had at 6d.^*r Gallon Advance. b    j tv* t. r By Order if tint Company, ' B,%0��[        .    . T.Brodrick. To   be   L E T T,"----"- And Entered upon Immediately, AVery good Brick Meffuage fituate on the right Hand of Chancery-Lane from Fleet-ftreet, adjoining ta the South "Side of the PafTage leading into Breamt-BuiJdings, and ia Part built over the faid Paffage. AND  also, A Brick Meffuage called the Faulcon, at the upper End of tha faid Buildings, with or without a Stable for five, and another for two Horfes, a convenient Yard belonging thereto; all the faid Pre-mifes in extream good Repair. Enquire of Mr. Ambler in the laid Buildings ; or at Mr. Smith's, a Shoemaker, next adjoining to the faid Houfe in Chancery-Lane. W" HEKhrtb the Jace Mr. Henry Carey publifli'd Propofals dated Sept. 20, 1743. for the Reprinting of his Dramatick Works in Quarto, bound in Calves Leather at Half a-Guinea, this is to give Notice, that the faid Books are reprinted, and ready to be delivered to the SuMcribers. The Widow of the late Mr. Carey humbly begs the Favour of thofe Gentlemen and Ladies, who are Subfcribers, to fend a Letter orMef-fenger to her Houfe in Crofs-ftreet, Hatton-Garden, where they fliall be delivered, flie being unacquainted where to fend, otherwife would wait on them with the faid Books. Ar.d likewife thofe Gentlemen and Ladies, who have fubferibed ta his Muficai Century, may be fupplied therewith at the above Place. To be   SOLD by AUCTION,-- On 'Tuefday next, and the following Day ; THE Houfhold Furniture, &c. or a Gentleman leaving off Houfekeeping, at his late Dwelling-Houfe, /� New Moitli-Cne.ei, -/har Red-Uon-Square. Confirming of rich Genoa Damaflc, Mohair and Needlework Furnitures, in Beds, Window-Curtains, Chairs and Settees entirely frem and clean, large Sconces and Chimney-Glafles, Piftures, Plate, Jewels, China, Linnen, Fire-arms, and fundry other valuable Effects. * The whole to be view'd this Day, and Monday next, to the Time of Sale, which will begin each Day at Eleven o'Clock precifely. Catalogues to be had at the Place 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 Carriages, of a particular and new Invention, finifli'd in an elegant Tafte, and of the beft Materials: The One a Demy Landau with Springi, the Joints and Hinges imperceptible, with whole Fore Glafles and Si.de-Glafles, lin'd with white Cloth and Hammer-Cloth trim'd with Fringe, &c. The other an exceeding light Machine, of a parr tjcular Inxflnrionj nrrtin lj 111 if, � iiliii li fi ivi , ihr Fnrpnf'r or n Rfr-lin, Landau, or four Wheel Chaife, wh'ch is not to be defcxib'd without feeing. Alfo two Pair of Harnefs, and a Pair of beautiful tumble, aftive, black Geldings, with Blazes, fifteen Hands and an Inch high, fix Years old, fit for Town or Country. #* The Machines to be view'd in the Stable-Yard behind the Houfe; the Horfes at Mr. Kite's, at Warwick-Stables, near Bedford-Row. _ WITH HIS     MAJESTY'S Royal Privilege and Licence, On SATURDAY laft was publi/hecJ, Number II. And this Day will be published, Numb. 111. To be continued Weekly, Price 6 d. of A new General COLLECTION of VOYAGES and   TRAVELS, More Copious, Methodical, and Accurate, than any hitherto Confifting^of above Five Hundred of the moft efteem'd RELATIONS, (Many of them now firft tranfhted from Foreign Languages) Being defign'd Both to fupply the Imperfections of Dr. HARRIS'S CoUedlion, And continue it down to this TIME. Interfperfed with the moft remarkable Expeditions, Sea-Fights, Shipwrecks, Captivities, Efcapes, And other Entertaining Adventures, as well by LAND as SEA ; And Improved not only with feleft cuts from the feveral Aa-tbon, and CHARTS and maps entirely new, accommodated to the Work : BUT   ALSO With fo much of MODERN HISTORY and GEOGRAPHY, As may ferve to illuftrate the prefent State of all Nations. Thofe Gentlemen and Ladies who are inclined to encourage this Undertaking, are defired to fend in their Names and J,laces_af Aborir. {ad Advance Money" 6eT!ijpreqn!red} ttrrfre Undertaker Tho. Aftlejv at the Rofe in St. Paul's Churchyard. Of it/born may be bad, PROPOSALS at large, with an Account of the Defign. Ihis Day is fubli/hea. Number III. ef MR.RAPlN's HISTORY of ENG LAND.   Tranflated into EnglHh, with additional Notes, By   N.   T I N D A L,   M   A. Redor of Afoer/loke, in Hampfbire, and Chaplain to the Royal Hofpital at Greenwich. In two Volumes in Folio. The Third Edition; Hlufrrated with Maps and Genealogical Tables, the Heads of the Kings, the Sovereign Queens, and fome of the moft iliuftrious Princes of the Royal Family, engraven by Vertue ; and the Monuments of the Kings, with their Epitaphs and Infcriptions; on 77 Folio Copper Plates. Alfo 32 fmall Hiftorical Cepper-plates at the Beginning of the feveral Books. "^his Number contains Part of the Hiftory of the Britons, and Saxons, and of the Heptarchy ; with the Head of Alfred the Great, a Genealogical Table of the Kings of Mercia, and of Northumberland, and an Explanation of the Gerealogical Tables. \* A Head or Monument will be delivered iri almoft every Number throughout the Firft Volume of this Hiflory ; and Directions for the placing them in their proper Order, will be added at the Conclu-fion of the Volume. The whole will be publi/hed in 105 Numbers, each containing four Sheets, at Sixpence each Number, ftitch'd in blue Paper ; and there will be deliver'd in the Numbers the 77 Copper Plates, being 63 half swr^e--wtroie--Srrem,-"without any hrther fcxpence to the PuJchafer ; alfo the 23 fmaller Copper-plates. Printed for J. and P. Knapton, at the Crown in Ludgate-Street, where SubfcriptJow are taken in ; and by the Bookfellers in Town and Country. Where may be had, This Hiftory compleat in Two Volumes in Folio, with the Map?, Tablas, Heads, and Monuments, Price 2I. 6 d.ia Sheets. /iwr/ fimsms 014 gigntft Length art tafign in for tbis Paper *t Tm SMlmp each. 1-8^ 
                            

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