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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 22, 1743, London, Middlesex The London Daily Poft, and General Advertifer. Ntf mb. 2840* THURSDAY, December 21, 1743. JDc�/, December 20. HIS Morning the Eaft-IndiaShip, with all theOutward-bound fail'd to the Weltward. Came down and failed--, Thorowgood, for Jamaica. Remain the Sheernefs, Furnacc.ahd Strombolo; with the Dutch Ship for Eaft-India. The Sheernefs is juft now preparing to fail. WindN.E. Grave/end, DecTzo.' Pafs'd by Sincerity, Fakleburg, from Bremen j Ruby, Warffe; and the Hattley, Wilfon, from Virginia; Vernon, Manly, from Barbadoes ; Two Tlatchelors, Smith, from Faroe; Anne and Jane, Ham-jnond, from St. Kitts ; and the Landavery, Blanket ; and Anne, Warren, from Jamaica. The Antigua Packet, Oliver, from Antigua, is arrived at Dublin. The Edinburgh, Campbell; and Glafgow, Edgar, from Guinea, at Antigua. The Portfmouth, Blackadore, f om Carolina and Cowes, .at Hamburgh. LONDON. Yeflerday arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders. Extract of a Letter from Conftantinople, AW. 8, N.S. * We continue making all the neceffary Difpofitions for carrying on the War vigoroufly againft the Perfians. * The Advices we receive from that Quarter by the ufual Channel fay, that ail Things remain in the fame Situa- * tion there ; that Schah Nadir was marching with his * Army towards the Territory fitmted between Mouful and � Babylon, and meets with no Refiftance, the whole Coun-' try being open cn that Side. However, Schah Nadir's Progrefs hitherto is not fo � great as has been reported ; and we flatter ourfelves that ' he will not gain much more upon us daring the Remain-� der of the Campaign, which generally ends in the Month * of December. P.S. The Porte has this Moment given out that an Exprefs is arrived with che News of a Victory gained by the Ocioman Troops over Part of Schah Nadir's Army ; * but the Particulars of it are not yet made publick ' They write from Naples, that feme more Troops are marched from thence to the Fron'.ieis of the Ecclefiattick �.tate ; and that his Sicilian Majeity has demanded a Free Gift of a Million of Ducats from the City of Naples, to enabled him to bear the greac Expences he is obliged to be -tit in the prefent Conjuncture. Letter from Vienna, Dec. 14, N.S. ' According to fome Advices from Francfort, Remit-� tances come very flow from France to that Court ; nay, � we are affured, that the Emperor has received no more than 18o,oco Livres for thefe nine Months paft ; but he � expects large Sums in a very little Time, in Purfuance of � the late Subfidy Treaty concluded between him and the � French Court. * Since the Arrival of fome fecret Difpatches from the � Court of Pe:erfbu;gh, it is obferved that M. Lanzinfky, * the Ruffian Miniller, is almoft always ihut up in hlsClo- * fet, except when he comes to confer with the Queen's � Minifters, which happens frequently : All that we know � of the Matter is, that thefe Conferences roll on the Mar- quisde Botta's Affair. The Marquis, we heaT, will in a few Days publifh his Vindication, wherein he will prove, 4 among other Things, that he never did fee or know feve-4 ral of the Perfons taken up on Account of the Confpi-' racy, which he is faid to have had a Hand in. The Mi-4 niftry have received Advice, that the French are Mafters 4 of both Sides of the Rhine in the Neighbourhood of 4 Hunninguen ; but they don't feem to be very uneafy about 4 it : Their Thoughts are chiefly turned towards Flanders, 4 where the French threaten to aft with a very Powerful Army early in the Spring. Several Conferences have 4 been held on this Matter, the Refult of which is, thatas 4 many Troops as poflible muft be aflembled on that Side, 4 in order to join the Allies.' Letters from Genoa fay, that the King of Sardinia has lent Troops into fome Fiefs of his own in the Marquifate of Final, which makes the Republick conclude that his Sardinian Majefty's Defign is to put himfelf in Poffeffion of the whole Marquifate : In the mean time, though the Senate cannot pretend to oppofe him to any Purpofe, they are neierthelef?, putting the Town of Final in a Condition to make fome Refiilance, becaufe ic will afford them a Hanoi; to enter a Proteft againll Violence, Sec. They are like-wife putting Savonna in a Poirure of Defence. The Republic's CommifTary General at Baftia has concluded a Convention with the Malecontents of Corfica, fome Articles of which are already publiftied, and the whole Piece will ipeedily be made publick. Thefe Letters add, that the Mailers of fcveral Veffels arrived at Genoa f.om Mar-ffiHer and Toulon, report, that a great Number of French and Spaniih Trcops are expected every Day in Provence, jn order to embark for Italy. They write from Turin, that the King of Sardinia is actually making warlike Preparations in all his lirong Towns, and has ordered feven Batail'ons to Nice, to re-i.iLrce the Troops already in that Place under toe Com-mar.d of the Maiquis de Suza. J hey tell us from Copenhagen, that the Match between the Princeis of Denmark and the Succeffor to the Crown of Sweden, will not uke Place; but that the Princefs is defigned for che Duke of Cumberland. On the 17th Infiant the Augufta Man of War put into Plymouth, having loft her Malt in a Gale of Wind, a few Diys ago This Evening their Royal Highneffes the Prince and Princefs of Wales will go to the \ hea re-Royal in Covent-Gaiden to fee a Co.ne- y, call'd The Provok'd Wife, with the Entertainment of T- e Royal Cbace. On Tuefday laft a Court of Common-Council was held-at Guildhall, when the Charge made the 6th Day of October laft by Mr. Deputy 1 hom.s fVaih againft D�tton Seaman, Efq* Comptroller of the Chamber of this City, touching the City's Eftate call'd Conduit-Mead, was taken iHto Confideration, and after a long and full Hearing of both Parties, the Court came to the following Relblu-tions, viz. That it was the Opinion of that Court, that Mr. Deputy Thomas Nafh had not made good his Charge againft the faid Comptroller. J*n�at the Thanks of that Court mould be given to the Comptroller for the faithful Difcharge of his Duty, and the great Care and Pains he had taken in procur.ng a perfect Account of the City's Eftate in Conduit-Mead. And alfo ordered, that thefe Refolutions fhould be fairly tranfciibed and figned by Mr. Town Clerk, and delivered to the Comptroller. We hear, Thomas Winnington, Efq; Paymafter of the Forces will be re-chofen for the City of Worcetler. And That John Willes, Efq; eldelt Son of the Lord Chief Juftice, llands as a Candidate there, in the room of the Lord Sandys. Sir John Jennings, Governor of Greenwich Hofpital is dangeroufly ill, at his Houfe at that Place. An Order is fent from the Board of Ordnance to Woolwich, for the immediate calling of 30 Pieces of Cannon, to carry 24 Pounders ; 20 to carry 18 ; and 10 to carry 12, for the Service of his Majefty's Army in the next Campaign. Yeflerday was married at St. Paul's, by the Bifhop of Wincheiler, John-Spencer Culpepper, Efq; Treal'urer of the Charter-houfe, to Mifs Webb of Surry-ftreet, a beautiful Lady, with a Fortune of 15,0001. We hear, that the Bifhop of Lincoln, who has been very much indifpofed for fome Time pail, is in a fair way of Recovery. Yeflerday Mr. John Cotrerell, and Mr.Thomas Warren, were chofen Common-Councilmen for the Ward of Broad-flreer, in the room of Mr. Knowlings, and Mr. Willfon, who have refign'd. Yeflerday at a Wardmote held at Haberdafhers-Hall, for the Ward of Cripplegate within, Mr. Leach and Capt. Co-verly were Candidates, to fucceed Mr. Hartley, who re-figned, as Common-Councilman for St. AJphage Precinct ; when the former was declared to have a Majority of Hands, and the latter demanded a Poll agiinft him, and all the other Common-Councilmen in that Ward, except Mr. Deputy Elton ; but upon cafling up the Books at Night, when the Poll ended, there appeared in favour of every o = in the Lift, againft Capt. Coverly, a Majority of above Fourfcore in two Hundred. Yeflerday was held before Mr. Alderman Hoare, in the Parifh of St. Dunftan's in the Weft, a Wardmote for the Election of Common Councilmen, &c. for the Ward of Farringdon without, for the Year enfuing, when the Candidates for theV acmcy of St. Bride's, and S:. Sepulchres,* we re Mr. Welfh and Mr. Gardiner for the former, and Mr. Savage, and Mr. Coker for the latter : Upon holding up of Hands, Mr. Gardiner was declared, as was alfo Mr. Coker ; but a Poll being demanded in favour of Mr. Welfh, -againft Mr. Gardiner ; and alfo for Mr. Savage againft all Six in St. Sepulchres, it will begin thu Morning, before the whole Body of Common-Council of that Ward, at 10 o'Clock in the Veflry Room of St. Dunftan's. Yeflerday Number 13,635 was drawn a Prize of 50001. 12,450 a Prize of 1000 I. 3',049 a Prize of 500 1. and 78,435, 40,828, 72,201, 47,3741 and 26,321 Priz-s of 100 1. each. Laft Tuefday died at Cambridge the Rev. and Learn'd Mr. John Cook, one of the Preachers of Litchfield Cathedral, and Fellow of St. John's Colledge in that Univer-fity. Laft Monday Night died, at his Houfe in King-ftreer, Golden fquare, Mr Thomas Watts, an eminent Cheefe-monger, who had acquired a handfome Fortune by his Bufinefs. Yeflerday was drawn the Ticket No. 13,635, a Prize of 5000I. the Ticket No. 31,049, a Prize of 5001. and the Ticket No. 78,435, a Prize of 100 1. they were all fold at Mr. Richard Shergold's Lottery-Office in Popes-Head Ally. Cornhill, and Regifter'd there ; and the Ticket No. 12,450 drawn the fame Day a Prize of 1000 1. was alfo fold at the faid Office. Mr. Richard She r col p, Printer to the Homurable the CommiJJioners of the prefent State-Lottery, at his Office, in Pope's Head Alley, over-againft the Royal Ex change, Cornhill, continues to fell Tickets undrawn, alfo Chances and Shares of Chances, as Halves, Quarters, Eighths and Sixteenths at the current? Prices. The Time of felling Tickets is till Nine o'Clockvin the Morning, and after Four o'Clock in the Afternoon,'- Exact Numerical and Regifter Books are kept there, and all Lottery Bufinefs tranfacted in the moil correct Manner : At the faid Office Ready Money is paid for Blanks and Prizes, and all Government Securities bought and fold by Commiffion. IRELAND. Dublin, Dec. 13. Saturday laft the Right Hon. the Lord Netterville, was removed to an Apartment in the Cadle-Yard, where he is to remain in Cullody of the Conftable 'till he takes his Trial. Friday laft died of a tedious rndifpofition, very much lamented by all who had the Pleafure of her Acquaintance, Mifs Clements, Daughter of Mr. -Clements of Caple ftteet; a young Gentlewoman of an amiable Character : And laft Night was decently interr'd at St. Mary's Church. Saturday laft died in an advanced Age Henry Ofborne, Efq; of the County of Meath. Laft Sunday Morning the Right Hon. the Countefs of Drogheda was fafely deliver'd of a Son, at his Lordflnp's Country Seat at Monafter-Even in the County of Kildare. Hifrh Water this Da/at London. RiOdg- ,f t, MJjjiUi-r----� J er 4 /L after 4 Bank stock 47 3 4tns> ffldia Ditto 196 1 half a 7. South Sea Stock 113. Ditto Old Annuities 114. Ditt� New 114 t 4th a 3 8ths. Three per Cent. Annuities 102 1 half. Ditto 1742, 102 i half. Ditto 1743, 101 1 4th. Million Bank 118. Equivalent m. Royal Affurance 80 1 half. London Affurance 11 5 8ths. Enghfh Copper 4 1. 15 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan no Price. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 3 1. 5 s, Prem. India Bonds 4 1. 18 s. a 195. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies z 3 4ths Pr. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 4 ! half Prem. Three per Cent. Ditto 2 Difc. Lottery Tickets 12I. 15 s. a 13 1.5 s. HAY-MARKE T.--the KING'S THE A TR E in the 9 Tuefday next, will be perform'd an A N A ; ay-MARKET, OPERA, cail'd R O X o r, Alexander in India. The MUS1CK Cmfoi'd by Mr. handel. With Dances and other Decorations entirely New.-Pit and Boxes to be put together, and no Perfons to be admitted without Tickets, which will b� deliver'd that Day, at the Office in the Hay-Market, at Half a Guinea each. Gallery 5 s. By his M a j e S T Y'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. t% Saturday next being Chriftmas-Eve, there will be no Opera on that Day. DRURY-LAN E.*- By His Majefty's Company of Comedians, AT the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, this Day, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd The STRATAGEM. The Part of Archer to be perform'd by Mr. GARRICK ; Mrs. Sullen, Mrs. Woffington } Aimwell, Mr. Delane; Bonniface, Mr. Bridges; Scrub, Mr. Yates j Feigard, Mr. TafweJ) j Sullen by Mr. Winftone; Gibbet, by Mr. Neale ; Sir Charles Freeman, Mr. Blakes ; Lady Bountiful, Mrs. Edgert n ; Dorinda, Mrs. Mills ; Cherry, Mrs. Ridout; Gipfey, Mifs Horfington. With Entertainments between the Acts, viz. Act II. a Dance by Mr. Muilmenr, Mr. Deife, Mr. Liriez, Mrs. Walter, Mils Scotr, and others. Aft iv. Singing by Mr. M O r l a N D. Places for the Boxes to be taken at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin exactly at Six o'Clock. COVEN T-GAR D. E Nr--By Command of their Royal Highneffes the Prince and Princefs of WALES. AT the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, this Day, will be prefented a Comedy, call'd The P R O V O K'D WIFE. The Part of Sir John Brute to be perform'd by Mr. QUIN ; Conftant, Mr. Hale ; Heartfree, Mr. Ryan ; Razor, Mr. Chapman j Lady Brute, by Mrs. Hortan ; Belinda, Mrs. Hale j Mademoifelle, Mifs Hippilley ; Col. Bully, by Mr. BEARD, (In which Character will be intrsdue'd the Songs proper to the Play ;) And the Part of Lady Fanciful to be perform'd by Mrs. CL1VE. To which will be added, a Dramatic Entertainment, call'd The ROYAL CHACEs Or, Merlin's Cave. The Character of a Chafleur Royal, by Mr. BEARD ; Merlin, Mr. Leveridge ; Diana, Mifs Hillyard ; Aerial Spirits by Monf. PICQ^ and Madem. DOMITILLA, Mrs. Delagarde, Madera. Fabres, Mrs. Lebrun, Mrs. Villeneuve, and others. Jupiter, in the Charafter of Harlequin, by Mr. WOODWARD; Mercury, Mr. Reinhold; Doctor, Mr. Bencraft; Colombine. by Madem. Bonneval; Pluto, Neptune, Pan, Hercules, Apollo, Mars, in the Characters of Punch, Pantalon, Scaramouch, Brighella, Mez-zetin, and Leander, by Monf. Lamound, Mr. Dupre, Mr. Deftrade, Mr. Delagarde, Monf. Newtone and Menf. Picq ; Pieroc by Monf. LALAUZE. Boxes 5 s. Pit 3 s. Firft Gallery 2 s. Upper Gallery 1 s. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Page, at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. .____TC hfC'n fT?A,y "t n'PlnrV--- .if* MA Y - F A I R. ^T the NEW WELLS in May-Fair, this Day, will be perform'd Several Nevv Exercifes of Rope-Dancing, Tumbling,- Vaulting;, and Equilibres. Rope-dancing fcy Monf. Janno, Mr. Williams, and Mr. Hough Dancing by Mr. Carney, Mrs. Jackfon, the two Mafters and Mife Granier, Mifs Jones, Mr. Chettle, Mr. Hayes, and Mrs. Hough. Tumbling by Monf. Janno, Mr. Williams, and Mr. Hough. Seve-Warranted-j-"* nrwSnngs hy Mr-Bretc and Mfi Cunningham, With feveraL,. New Equilibres by the RufTu Boy, who performs feveral furprifing New Ballances. And the diverting Performances of the amous BATH MORRIS-DANCERS. To which will be added, Several new Scenes in Groteiqu Characters, call'd The SAILORS PROGRESS-, O R, T'he Humours of Wapping and Stepney- The Character of Harlequin by Mr. Hayes; Colombine Mr:. Hough j 'Squire Noodle, Mr. Chettle j Lolpoop, Mr. Hough ; Sn-lors by Mr- Cunningham, Mr. Carney, asd Monf. Granier ; Stepney Landlady, Mrs. Doubl echalk j Mifs Brazen, Mils Jones j Mifs Loveit, Mifs Smith ; Mifs Dawdle, Mifs Evans. The Whole to conclude with a diverting Dance, call'd The HUMOURS of the 1 I M E 5. To begin every Evening at Half an Hour afteT Five o'Clock. *## Every One to pay a Shilling at the Door and take a Ticket, iThich Ticket will be taken fcr a Shilling in ihf. Reckoning. Places for the Boxes to be laken at the Bjr ot the Wells. / I LONDON I N KJ K.M AR Y- -P /I General Quarterly Court of the Govern.rs of this Chanty ' lui/J be held at HaberJafhers Hall Ti-morrcnu, at Ten 0f the Click p'ecifely, To receive the Report of the Houfe Committee ; To Eied a Committee for the enfuing Quarter ; and on other Special Jjfairs. Richard Neale, Sec. JJvertiJements of a moderate Length art taken in for this Paper at Two Shilling each. 1 1 h h &
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