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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 29, 1743, London, Middlesex J. * TH U R S D AY, Decemb er 29, 1743. Deal, December 26. - fAST Niejiit fail'd theitacfeMan jiofr Warrior India ; and' &e Pern-^b^k'e'lPitte'is tiow''uftj^l^j. vfer'the Rivet. Reni4m'4MljMr jefty's Ship Furnace, and the Urfula Tender. Wrad Eaft. Grave/bid, Dec. 47. Pafs'd by the-Y4&ory, Forfter-* and the 'Rkhardfoi^'Bo/ce.froinitocholni. The -^^,'^acknight, freni LondoH, is arrived at Philadelphia. L ON D ON. Yefterday arrrVed *he Mails from France, 'Holland, and � ���� r,.Fknders. . ;" ,. They write from Gehov'that they (have began to repair 'The Fortifications ofSavohna, ondare going to add feveral *cw Works to then) * thawhe Governfhent-Continue to take -roll themeceffary Meafures ft^ pimiog Finsl in a Condition no ftand a Siege, and have ^t Arms and Ammunition "to the Inhabitants of that Marguifate, upon their having offered to defend the Country themfeives. They add, that -in order to defray the extraordinary Etfpences which the -Republick muftbeat in the prefeht-f unci lire, a Rerblutlon *has been taken to borrow: nine Millions of. Li vies, and they "alfo aflare us, that the RepuWick has thrown heifelf under the'tVote&ion of the French. King. Letters from Toulon fay, that they have launched three *new 70 Gun Ships, and ore of e/6 ; and that- they are 'building feveral others, which will be ready to put to Sea before theMorith of March : They are alfo equipping all the reft of the Ships belonging to that Port, and expect a tgreat Number of Trarifpofts from Marfeilles and other "Ports in the Mediterranean. . We bear from Marfeilles, that they are taking up even the Fifljing-Vt'iTels to ferve to tranfport Troops to Italy. We have Advice'from Leghorn, that feveral Barks are 'arrived at'Orbrtello, with Provifions and Warlike Stores Tor the Spaniih Troops in the Ecclefiaflick State, and feveral more, they fay, are expected in the fame Port; upon which the Regency of Tufcany have fent to Admiral .Matthews, to defile him to keep a (harp Look-out after thofe Veffds. Letters from Paris inform us, that feveral Batallions that were marching into Provence, have received Orders to take the Route of the Cevennes, on Account of fame Disturbances that begin to arife there, Extracl of a Letter from Villa-franco, All the Engliflj Men of War that cruized in this Neigh-� bourhood, have fet Sail for the Ifles of Hieres, whither * Admiral Matthews has ordered his whole Fleet to rendez- * vous. This Refolution has been taken upon Advice, * that 17 Ships of the Line, and four Frigates, are fitting ' out at Toulon, and that 10 of the -18 Spaniih Men of ( War in that Port, are actually corapleatly equipped and \ roan'd. ... ,^ � Piedmonteze Troops arrive fucceffively in the County � of Nice, in order to-: reinforce the Pofts there,'the Court � being informed that ,20 French and feven Swffc Batallions, * with 4000 Spaniards* are already arrived in Provence, and � that they are to be followed by a greater Number of * Troops. According to Advices from~NapIes, theyare^bmpleatlng the Militia as faft as poffible, in order to fend part.of them ro the Frontiers of the- Ecclefiattick State. Mod of the Princes and Vaffals of' the Crown of Naples, who have had Orders to repair to Court, have defired to be excafedj fome alledging ther ill State of Health, and others faying* that their private Affairs required their Preface at Home; However, it feems his Sicilian Majefty does not at all relifli ihefe Excufes. We hear from Ratifbon, that a Body of 16000 Auftrian Troops are to advance very fpeedily towards the Rhine, v From Francfort they write, that the Emperor has "ordered his Troops to be cdrhpjeated with the utmoftDiligence, hii Imperial Majefty intending to iflemble his Army fome time in March, purfuant to the Plan of Operations concerted between his Minifters and M. Chavigny, in Cafe the Negotiations now on the Anvil would mifcarry. They add, that feveral Minifters at "the Dyet have paid. Vifits; to Baron* Palm, the Queen of Hungary's Minifter ; but they have, done it only as private Men, and without' any Ceremony. From Vienna we are1 told, that the Auftrian 'Forces will be more numerous next Campaign, than xhey were in the' lift, the Queen having ordered the Troops to be put on trie old Eltablifiiment, i.e. 2300 Men for every Regiment, of Infantry, and-1000 for the Horfe. Letters from Neifs in Silefia fay, that'a Camp of 25000 Men is to be formed near that Town in the Beginning of March, and-that-his-P/uiEan Majefty will go to review thofe Troops in. Perfon. '. ' From Moravia we hear, that the Aufiriah Troops in that Province and-Bohemia are fo diftributed, that an Army of 30,000 Men may, upon Occafion, be affemWed m a few Days. . '- � � ' According to Letters from Drefden the Treaty on the Tapis, between his Pojim'Majefty and the Queen of Hungary is in aifalf Way of being-concluded. They continue *hdrPrepar^uons for" the King's Journey to Poland ; but they add, =: that?, his Majefty will notfetout nntilhehaa ., feen the Archduchefs Mary Anne and Prince; .Charles of Lorrain, who are to call at Drefden in their Way. toBruf- The laft Advices from Stockholm leave but little Hopes of an Accommodation between Sweden and Denmark, the latter ftill infilling on the Renunciations formerly mentioned, and the Princes of the Houfe of Holftein being as averfe to them as ever: InOioit the SwediJh Court has relblved to write to Copenhagen for a Categorical- An!wer, asd the Emprefs of Ruflia has repeated ber Affurances, that (be will encreafe her Succourt, if the Danes prove obftinate. Yefterday an Account .came, that the Endeavour, New-fon, from Barbadqe? to Londdn, was taken the 2d Inftant,' by the St. Peter PflVafelei^ V'^nd was carried into St. Seba-ftians on thei4th. lv . The fame Day there was Advice, that the Lovely Mary, Lamport, from Yobghall to Oporto, is taken by a Spaniih Privateer, and carried into St. Sebaftians. Yefterday the Comminloners- of the Victualling Office contracted for 8000, Qnarters: of Wheat, to be delivered by the Contractors, at Mr- Barton's Mills,'' in one Month, for the Service of the Navy." Yefterday a Company of new-rais'd Recruits perfbrm'd a compleat Exercife on Tower-hill, to the general Satisfaction of their Officers,-It is faid, that the Number raifed in different Parts of the Kingdom amounts to upwards of 7000 Men. -We hear, that the Prize of 10,0001. drawn laft Saturday, was claimM by a Perfon who keeps a Publick Houfe oppofite the i ark-Gate in Greenwich, and delivered to him Ijy Mr. Cox. � ' ;' ; .On Monday laft was married Mr. Rudge, a Pawnbroker of great BuGnefs atrSt. Catherine's, to Mifs Anne Hall, Daughter of Mr. Hall, a wealthy Ironmonger at Lime-boufe, ah agreeable Lady, with a very large Fortune. On Monday "Night laft Mr. Robert Doleman, one of thtKing's Wei^iersat the Steel-Yard, haying, fome Company at Supper,with him, at their Departure waited on them down Stairs,' but when he had got almoft to the Top agaiin, ,his Foot ilipt, an 5.363� Z3�933> 4��54* 72,456, "25,883, and 70,500 Prizes of 100 1. each. ; �: High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 54 Minutes artery. ~ --: ': ' ' ^Bank Stock 147 1 half. India Ditto no Transfer. South Sea Stock 113 i.half.. Ditto Old Annuities 114 5 8ths. Ditto New no Transfer; Three perfCent; Annuities 102 i.-half.; -'Ditto- Titf&l. ' iejaf'/i half. Ditto 1743, 101 iihalf; MiUlbn ^^ii8./rBqQi�8iept rn-. Royal Af-rance noi Trir&ier! Lontfon Affurance 11 5 8ths. EngliQi Copper 4 1. 15 s. .Seven-per Cent. Emperor's Loan, no Pflce.. - Five per Cent- ditto 79. Bank Circulation 3 1. 5 s.-�remi Tndia'- Bonds 4 1. i$'s~. Pr. Tbree and a half Salt Tallies a j 4&it& Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 4' i ^Balf-Prem,? ^Three per Cent. Ditto 2'bifc Lottery Tickets i^l. 145. HA Y - M A R- K E T. AT the KING'S THEATRE jn the HAY-MARKET, Saturday next, will be perfbrm'd zb> OPERA, call'd ' R O X A N A i OR, Alexandervj� India, The MUSICK Cew/>wV. if MrJ HANDEL. With Dances "andother Decorations entiretyJ#�!y>. , Pit and Boxes to be pat togethtf, *v3 no Peribns to be admitted without Tickett, which will bcdeliver'd that Day, at the Qffice in the Hay-Market, at Half a Guinea each. Gallery 51. .'' By HIS MAJESTY's Command, No Perfans 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. N.B. Tuefday next.will J* perfbrm'd a new Opera, call'd AL-, PHONSQ,1 where Signor andSignora CAMPIONI wilUDance for the firft Time It) England. ' -� ~ D R U R Y-JL A >PT�.- By particular D E S I R E, . By His Majeffii Company of Comedian^ AT tht5 Trieatre- Royal in Drury-Lane, thii Day, will bepreliaitedaTragedy, eall'd ^ -^ The O % H N P O R, The Unhappy Marriage. 1 Ths Part of Cbamont to be perform'd by Mr. GARRICK 5 Caftalio, Mr. Harard j Polydore, Mr. Giffard ; a'cafto, Mr. Bridges; Chaplain, Mr. Turbott; Page, Mifi Wiight. jSerlna, Mrs. Ridout} Flpreila, Mi/t Bennet) And the Part of Monimia by Mr�. Mills. , AAI1I. ADanre by Mr.Muilment, Mr. Defle, Mr.Litin, Mrs. Walter, Mils Scott, and others. To which will be added a Farce of TwoAOf/ call'd The A N A T O M I S T; OR, , The Sham-Doctor. I Monfienr ! Doctor by Mr. Blakes; Crifpin, Mr. Yatet j Old Ge-frald, Mr. TaiweU.j.Young Gerald, Mr. Green j Martini Mr.Mor-Igaa} Simon, Mr. Turbutt. Angelica, Mri.Ridput j Beatrice, Mrs SBennet ^Doftor'i Wife, by" Mr*. Edgerton:j Waiting \vToxnan, M� 'Cole. No Money will be taken behind the Scenes, nor any Money to be retura'd after dm Curtaiah drawn up. Pfaca for the Boxes to be taken at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. . To begin exactly at Six o'Clock. To-bkwtow will ba prefeated The GAMESTER. CO VE-^T-'^|^;^;|^; AT the Theatre.Boyai iffC6vent-GjiF�i?n, " this Day, wiil be prefeated the Tragedy of M A C B E T H. The Part of Macbeth te be perform'd by Mr.QVIN j.. Macduff, by Mr. Ryan } Lady Macduff, iMrs. Stevens j King>>Mr. GibfonjBarquo, Mr.Bridgwater; Malcolm, Mr.Hale;Donalbain, Mr. Anderfon ; Lenox,' Mr.Stephens} Seyward, Mr.CaJhell; Sey-ton, Mr.Ridput; Hecate, Mr. Rofco; Firft; Murderer, Mr. Marten; id; Mr.Stoppdaerj Witches by Mr. Hippifley/Mr.Woodwatd, and Mr. James; And the Part of Lady Macbeth by Mrs. Horton. With the ORIGINAL MUSICK. . The Vocal-Parts by Mr. Leveridge, Mr. Rheinhold, Mr. Thomp-fon, Mr.Bencraft, Mr. Roberts, and others. And all the Dances proper to the Play. f To which will be added, a Dramatic Entertainment, call'd The ROYAL C H A C E ; Or, Merlin's Cave. The Character of a Chaffeur Royal, by Mr. BEARD; Merlin, Mr.Leveridge} Diana, MusHillyard; AeriatSpirits by Monf. PICQ, and Mademoifelle DOMITILLA, Mrs. Ddagarde, Madem. Fabres, Mrs. Lebrun, Mrs. Villeneuve, and others. ' Jupiter, in the Characlerxf Harlequin, by Mr. WOODWARD ; Mercury, Mr. Reinhold j Doctor, by Mr. Bencraft ; Colombine, -by Mrs; Kilby} Pluto, Neptune, Pan, .Hercules, Apollo, Mars, . in the Characters of Punch, Pantalon, Scaramouch, BrigheDa, Mez-setin, and Leander, by Monf. Lamound, MrrDupre,' Mr.Deftrade, Mr. Debgarde, Monf. Newtone and Monf. Pico,; Pierot by Monf. LALAUZE. Boxes 5"s. "Pit 3s. Firft Gallery as. Upper Gallery is. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Page, at the Stage-Door -of the Theatre. 1 To begin exactly at Six o'Clock._ JV] A X - b A 1 k._~- AT the NEW WELLS in May-Fair, this Day, will be perform'd Several New Exercifes of Rope-Dancing, Tumbling, Vaulting, and Equilibria.' Rope-dancing by Monf. Janno, Mr. Williams, and Mr. Hougk Dancing by Mr. Carney, Mrs. Jackfon, the two Marten and Mr& Granier, Mifs Junes, Mr. Chettle, Mr. Hayes, and -Mrs. Hougfi. Tumbling by Monf. Janno, Mr. Williams, and Mr. Hough. Several new Songs by Mr.Brett and Mr. Cunningham. With feveral New Equilibres by the RufliaBoy, 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 Groteiqie Characters, call'd The SAILORS PROGRESS; or, 'The Humours ofWapping and Stepney. The Character of Harlequin by Mr. Hayes; Colombine Mrs. Hough ; 'Squire Noodle, Mr. Chettle } Lolpodp, Mr. Hough ; Sailors by Mr. Cunningham, Mr. Carney, asd Monf. Granier ; Stejfc-ney Landlady, Mrs. Doublechalk; 'Mifs Brazen, MiuTjoaes; Mift Loveit," Mifs Smith ; Mifs Dawdle, Mifs Evans. The Whole to conclude with a diverting Dance, call'd The .dUMOURS of the times. To begin 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 fpr the Boxes to be taken at the Bar of the Wells. - To Te LET T, - -In Bloomsbury-Square, Next Deer to the Lord Chief-Juftiu^ L EE's, AHOUSE, Ready Furnished. With a Coach-Houfe, Stabling for four Horfes, and other Conve-siencks. Enquire at the laid Houfe. "To prevent I MP OSITION,- STRONG and Fine-flavour'd BATAVIA ARRACK, for izs. 6 d. per Gallon, if tafc$n from the Lj-dia-Houfe, being 3 9. per Gallon-preferable to what is generally ford. Enquire of the Clerks at the Company's Warehouse, Lombanh-Rtett, where Samples pay be had at 6 &. per Gallon Advance. Brand* Wantxmfty------J-, * , , Lombard-fir*. T. Brodrick. Fine S U G A R-B RANDY, 1o be had at 4 s. per Gallon (for Ready Money only J By the Author WILLIAM DAVIS,__ At his Only Original Warehoufet In Charles - Street, Covent - Garden ; APprov'd of by the beft Judges to be much fuperior to all Cora and Fruit Spirit, (the Foreign Grape only excepted.) Its Coniac-Jike Flavour and Softnefs renders it' pure, deli- . cate, -and palatable: By itfelf, both grateful and cordial ; in Punch, pfeafant and agreeable ; and moft excellently adapted for all Sorts of Mixtures, as Cherries, Rafberries, &c. whole beautiful Flavours are' often deftroy'd by a rankand fatid Spirit. As to the Goodnefi and WAcflefomenefs of the Commodity wbich-I prepare and fell, I leave it tnall jnHirjnn irpprtial Jujges, whether lll U tnftflor Waliy, and may BOt very juftly be eftetm*d the Per-feetion of the BritiihDiftillery, notwithttanding the malicious Iafinu-atious of fome Perfons to the contrary. G In a few Day) i&ili be fublijb^d^ Onfiderations againft laying any. New_ ___ Duty upon SUGAR ; wherein is particularly fliiwrt, that a new Impofition will be-ruinous to the Sugar Colenies, ihfuflfcient for the Purpofes intended, and greatly conducive to the Aggrandizement of France. No one it igntrant that thi hfivigaticn ef France cwei all its Jn-creafe and Splendor to the Commtret of' iti Sugar JJlatids ; and that it cannot be ttft uf and ed'arg'd ctbersofff than by thisCommerce. Vide Memorials of Lthe -Deputies of Trada to the Royal Ctuncil of France punh'fli'd here 1737. The Decayt that comt ttptiy^td'brin)^ � Ruin any Country, da cat' /lantfyfrfi fall\up�n the Land ; and tbtugb tb* Country Gentkma* be not very forward to tbink fo, yif this nevertbeujt is an undoubted Itutbtbat be it mere concerned in trade, and ought to take a greater Care that it be mil managed and preserved tban even the Merchant bimfelf. � Locke, VoL II. p. zj. Printed for J. Roberts in Warwiek-Lane. Tbis Day is publijbed^---------- i The Second Edition, of ' A Journal of the Expedition to CARTHA- jtjLr GENA, with Notes. In Anfwer to a late Pamphlet f entitled, An Account of the Expedition to Cartbagena. Qjti fiatu.it aliquid, parte inaudila altera, Mfuum licet ftatiierit, baaidaquut fuit fenet. Mrd. Printed for J. Roberts, in Warwick-Lace. �A � I ��-.\ -9 h h f'
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