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   London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 30, 1743, London, Middlesex                                i,    , -     14.1 mi   n 'ti   �     r     -      1   ft  if jjfrl Z)**/, December %$% BMAIN in the Downs his Maje fty^s Ship Furnace, and the'Ur--fula Tender.   Wind N.E. Gravefend, Dec. 28. Pafs�d by the Friend/hip, Ouchterlony* from Gottenburgh jand Inddltry, Smith, from Dunkirk. L O N  D O N. OnTuefday l^^t!aftJAe;Hbn.-Hettry Vine, Elk;, was robb'd in the1 Hay-Market, of a GbM Wafeh and fome Money, by two Pott-Fa^ wiw jgn^fcoyetedV. Yefterday Thomas^ r?o#eil by Col.De Veil^ ^ebfine.a^noj^Smugler, who fome.-. time ago, was inditted indent,, fcr afiemblingwith other Perfons abknown, inNomb^abwe^b^i:with Fire Arms, within fife Miles of the SeVCoaft, Moiiiouily to aid' and _/ro.i-a^rJ jiajiB'tu' k.L_-"'5riij' _. #k Emprefs of Ruga's Refcript to Count Goloftin, bet Mi* ki/ler at the Hague.   ' "'' ELIZABETH the ift^'by the Grace of God, Emprefsafcd Aurocratrix of all the Ruffia's, &c. &c. High and weli'Bern, Tryfly and Beloved,' YOU have been informed in due Time, of the Neceffity. we were under of fending our jaft Complaints to the Queen of Hungary, abbot the Cohduft of theMarqoisde Botta, and in particular by our Refcript of the 30th of Otto-' berlaft, addreffed to our Pjrity-Co)^d2or' fancanfei, wW is at the Court of Vienna.   Tho'we had thought, that after fuch Reprefentations, and after the Explications given on our Part, which were accompanied with: the moft Cir-. cumftantial and evident Proofs relating to this Affair, the Court of Vienna would be left without one (ingle Reafon to call in Qneftion the Solidity of thofe Proofs, which fb clearly demonftrate what has been urged in Regard to the Marquis de Botta ; and.confequently, that the (aid Court could have had no Motive for delaying the Satisfaction which is due to us: Yet we have feen with great Surprize, by a Refcript" which the, Queen of Hungary has fent to all her Minifters Abroad, and which has been inferted in the Gazettes, that the Court of Vienna, ftill viewing this Afrair in the fame Light as (he did at firft, pays no Deference to our juft Reprefentations and Complaints, nor to the other Considerations fo well worthy of her Notice j and that without' waiting for the Proofs (be had demanded in Regard to the ConduA of the Marquis de Botta, (be perfifts in attempting to jullify him entirely} and in fome Meafure to make the AfFair rebound upon us, as if it was an Injustice done to the faid Marquis againft the Law of Nations.     , Wherefore, we have been, obliged, contrary to our Inclination, todifpatch a fecond Refcript to our Privy Coun-fellor Lanczinfei at Vienna, relating to the Injufiice done, ti', a Copy of which we have ordered to be communicated to you, to the End that you may make a proper Ufe of it, as ^ou have done with the former Refcript fent to the faid Mmifter the 30th of October, both Pieces tending to inform the Publick of the unjuft Proceedings of the Court of Vienna. As to the reft, we adore you of our Imperial Afie&ioh and Favour. . Done at Petersburgb, the XQth of December,  1743, by Order of her ImperialMajefy. Sign'd Alexjs Bestuchbf Rum in, and Charles B&Kvj&jBtHr-x5~~ -^z.-,~-- ;- It is faid that Prince William .of Heffe-CafTel will foon go from Berlin to Vienna, in order to bring about �r Accommodation between his; firflpeMalMiajpfty^-aiid.- rhrv Qnprn .of-Hungary, under the Guaranty of the Maritime Powers. The Cato, Wilkinfon, from Jamaica to London, is put back to Jamaica, We hear, that the Mary, Stephenfon, from London to Philadelphia, is afliore in Delawar River. Yefterday Morning the Rev. Mr. Suker was prefented, by Thomas Eyton, Efq; of Wellington in the County of Salop, to the Rectory of Tafley in that County, void by the Refignation of the laft Incumbent. ' Yefterday the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor appointed Mr. Alfopto be Deputy of Queenhith Ward, in the room of Mr. AilofF, who has refigned. Yefterday died Mrs. Caverley, Wife. of Mr. Caverley, an eminentAttorney in Three'Crown Court in the Borough of Southwark. By her Death a Fortune of 8000 I. devolves to he. Hufband. t. Laft Sunday died at Weymouth, Mr. Sparks, an Infpecr tor of the Cuftoms in that Port. He has left behind him a Fortune of 6000 ; which he has bequeathed to his Sifter, a Maiden Gentlewoman, who is on the Point of Marriage. Yefterday Mr. North, a Surveyor of the Cuftoms fcized a large Quantity, of Cocoa, Jefuits Bark, Sec. at Cuckold's Point, which was brought to the Cuftom.hbufe, and lodg'd in the King's Warehoufe. On St. Thomas's Day at Night a Fire broke out at Durance near Ponder's-End, the Manfion-houfe of the late Mr. Darby, which confumed-the greateft Part of the Hcufe before it was extinguiftj'd.-The. Houfehas not been inhabited for fome Years, except by a Gardner who lay in the Gate-Houfe; but it has been Cuftpmary to treat the; Tenants there every St. Thomas^ Day, when they pay their Rent, which was the Occaflonof a Fire being made in it that Day. Yefterday Mr. Spencer, a Cprnchandler in Shoreditch, was'aitack'd by three Foot-Pads on Cambridge Heath, as he was"gbing to Hackney, who prefented Piftols to his Breaft, Twcaring they would blow his Brains out, if he would rot deliver immediately ; accordingly they took from him five Guineas and his Watch j one of the.Fellows Piftols unluckily went off, the Ball of which went thro' the Edge of bis Hat, but fortunately-did no other Mifchief. They made ofr\ towards Bethaal Green * and by. their Behaviour ieem'd to be. but young in the Bufine�.    * Yefterday Morning one Mr. Mdflbp, a Baker in Dyot-ftreet, St. Giles's, was attack'd near the Halfway Houfe between Hampfteadand London,, by.twoFoot Pads, who robb'd him of four Shillings and fome JHalf-pence, and ran away " affift; iri ardalid^mlab manner to jtun, *M$i and carry away prohibited and 'uncuftom'd Gqoo*Sjcontrary -to the form of the Statute in that Cafe made and provided.-He was taken Yefterday at Hoanflow, and brought'-ncder a Guard to Col De VfeiPs, Hoofe. There were ieveral other Smugglers with *im, who fled upon that Occafibn j and a great Booty of Tea and Fire-Arms were taken at that. Time. Yefterday Number 407218, "zz,i ia; 2,819/ 410, 2,092, 11,179, and8,740 were drawn Prizes of 100 Leach. To1 the  Au t hor, 6* IR,    - EADlNG a Letter in your Paper of the 24th Infl. - ^Signed George Cadogan, in which he would wittingly cattIbme injurious Reflections on i my Conduct during the Attemot ;made agamft St. Auguftine V;i flatter my/elf ttbat'; a Vindication dtmy^.CbaTa&f^.i^^ as jafliga^ ble an Apology for "an Intrufion on the Publick, as Mt.'i Cadogan has made for his intended Defamation ; yet eoh-, fidering, that the Difputes of private Perfons can Inte^ft or: Entertain but a few^ I had. almoft refqlved not to as^Iwer him, but apprehending^ that my^i^ence might by Ge'otle* men that are Strangers to thofe ^ranfaclions, be cohftrued as a Conceffion, I (hall only beg Leave"to- take Notice, that my whole Conduct, during tneTime'oTmy Command on that Expedition, has flood: the Enquiry of a-BritifllGo-vernmeut, and found worthy of .the Thanks of both, Houfes of Aflembly, for which Reafon, I think it beneatfe me to reply to his low Afperfions. ?The;Report of ihtL Committee appointed to.enquire into the Caufes of the DiP k Stock 147 14tb..: fIndia-Ditt6T97 1 half. Sootff jfance^o.; -.JLo^niAiR^rice    e        i4tfis>. %nBlifli tP/r.Cent, dmp,79; v;B^jCi�i|�lotti*!. 5-^ l^'^Wl? ^Bjonds^X i^s.; a 19 sz�r;  Three 5 ^ M�':{Indja ^Bpnds^X ,1^ s. a t9 s;�r;  Three najjd a half Salt Tallies a 3 4ths Prem.   Three and aifcalf-perCejitt Exchequer Orders 4- i 4thIPre*m.   Three pet Cent, pittp ':z Difc. ' 151;".jeTs...I'- per 'iicketa 14I. ioj. a T the TK^r^Royui-iii CayenVGardenj ^Day, wUliterprefeateda CoAedy,t;c4ll'd. � The    . :M     I     S   : ;E     R. - 1Phe Part of Lappet to Seperfonn'd by Mn.CLJVE, In wh�* Chattfter will be introduced *Song,call'd 33* X//� ofaBtau; .Maifaiu> Mrs. Horten j Clermont, Mr.H^le;; FredcrieJc, Mr. wTnTj.WafUR,1 Mrs..Vu^nt; Witffte, MrsilHalej - To which will, be'a^ded, a thiajtri^^nteitatriment, calTd . ;   the   R O Y A L   C H A C E ; i -  1     -Or,   Merlin's Cave- The Character of a Chafleur Royal, by Mr. BEARD; Media, : Mr.J.everidge; Diana, Mifs Hiltyard j Aerial Spirits by Mont PIC^ ;ar/d jMadetnoifeJle DOMITILLA, Mrs. Delagarde, Madem. Fabret, 1 M�.Ii^biMn,;Mn, yi^eneuvej and others.   [    - ' [ Jupiter,, in tie Cha�aer of Harlequin,; by Mr. WOODWARD 5 . Mercury, Mr. Reiflbold f Dt∨   R       O      X       A       N.     A ; o R, Alexxuder in India. 7be MUSICK Conifo.fd iy Mr. HANDEL. With Dances andotber-pBCORATious entirely New. Pit and Boxes" to be put together, and no Perfons to be admitted without Tickets, which will be deliver'd that Day, at the Office m the Hav-Markct, at j Half a Guinea! each. .Gallery -5 s. By HIS JMATESTY's Command, No Perfons whatever com admitted behind - the Scenes. The Gallery' will be open at.Four o'Clock.    Pit  and.Boxes at- Five. To begin at Six o'CIock.        H N.B. Tuefday next will be perform'd a new Opeot} call'd AL-PHONSO, where Signer and SigrwraCAMPIONIwdll Dance for the firft Time, in England! AT the NEW WELLS in May-Fair, this Day, will be Derftrrh'd � � -Several NewExerciies-'of Rope-Dancing, Tumbling, ! .Vaulting,Pand Equilibres. i   Rope-dancing by Monf. Janno, Mr. Williams, and Mr.Hongh Dancing by Mr� Carney, -Mm. jackfon, thetwo Maffers 'and Mifi Cramer, Mifs JoneSj Mr. Chettle, Mr. Hayct, and Mrs. Hough. Tumbling by Monf. Janno, Mti Williams, and Mr. Hough.  Seve-I ral new Songs by Mr.Brett and: "Mr. Cunningham. With feyefal. New Equilibres by the Ruflia Boy, who' performs feveral furprifing New Ballanees.   Asd the-cUverting Performances of the ainour BATH MORRIS-DANCERS.:       '. To which will bd ad#fis7rSeva*i hew Scenes in Gritwqtre"^^- .The S ATL O R S P KOG R E S.S, The Humours of Wapping and^ Stepney. The Charafter^of'-HiaTlefain by Mr. Hayes'; Cobmbine Mrsi Ho . Chettlej '. yal in Drdry- Lanei this'Dajr, will be fresehW*-?^e#/cair4 \J The    G   AMES  'F-vE   R. The Part of Young Valere by J^r-Gif&rd j Sit Thomas Valerei Mr. Tafwell; Lorewell, ^.-W.GJfJird; Maro^is of Ha�arf, Mr. Blakes ; Heftor, Mr. Yates; Dorinte, Mr. Collins; Count Cogdie, by Mr. Nealej Mr. Galloon, Mr..Margan ; Box-keeper, Mr. Crofs. Lady Wealthy, Mn. Giffard } Favourite, MmRidout-j Mrs. Topknot, by Mrs. Yates j Mrt/SeoiritV, 'Mrs. Edgerton j Betty, Mils Horfbgton.'}  �* v-^-'-Ri     > ��--�> And the Part of Angelica, by-'.Mrs. Woiington. With Entertaininents.between the A&6, viz.        ; " " AS III. Singing by .Mr. M OR LAN D. A(k V.  A Dance by Mr. Deflb; * Mrs. Vfalter, Mr. .Liviec, Mr. Shawford, Mils Scots, and-bthere. To which will-be added a Farct of Two AEts, call'd The   A  N  AT  O  MI  STs r    OB, The Sham-Doctor. Monfcar k Doftor by Mr. Blakes: Crifpin, Mr. Yates ; Old Gerald, Mr. Tafwell; Young Gerald, Mr. Green j Martin, Mr. Morgan j Simon, Mr.Turbutt. Angelica, Mrs. Ridoat j Beatrice, Mrs Bennet; Dbclor'sWife, by Mrs. Edgertotfi Waiting W.oman, Mk Cole. � * . . No Money will be taken behind the Scenes, nor any Monty to be return'd after the Curtaia is drawn np.. - -..r �. Placet   call'd V "7 . -! The. H 'VLMl&V Rr^ of- the^t'l M^ES./ !    To fc^�erj|E,ven1hg at Half ah Hour aftey pive o!Clock. '   %* Every One 'id 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 of. the Well*. .......Admiraky-OfEce, Dec. 29, 1743^ JX *s *be. DtreSion of the Lords of the Admiraltythat if any of the Men turned over from the :South-Sea-Caflk into the Harwich, are^/eft behind the 'Tender tuhicb has carried the grtajtefi Part of the faid Ship's Company, to Harwich,, tbry �> do immediately .repair, 'with their. Chefs aud Bedding, on boated the Roebuck,.� frejfel lying at the Hermitage, in vibicb/hfp will be carried: dvwn '\Utk*ir M'iprthUarltoicb--   >   -      '     ��     ' '        ' . $be Veffel is ordered -id'flay but fuso D.ysfor them.  lTHOMASrC4R!bett. 'igaee-Strietypeir'z^ 1743. " H ERE AS one Thomas Parker of- Newgate-Market, a lame Fellow, and by Trade a Shoe-' maker", was this Day taken up, ahdeonrfmitted by: my, Lord-Major to the Poultry-Corn pter,-'on a vfoldif-Sufpiddn of being an Aecrint-ph'ce,.by receiving and pawniRgfome Lihnen GooaN, my Property, and ftollen but of my Shop in Newgate-ftreet, byAv'iHiam Randall^ late S��ant t* me, rmwfm^uftadyTdr ihe^idOffrnce; and whereas the laid Parker pretended he would' tnrh Evidehce,: and difcover two or three Places, where, he fays,. Randall told him he had Goods conceal'd j I do therefore hereby promife to all: Pawnbrokers and others, with whom the faid Parker may have had any Dealings for fuch Linnen Goods, to return them the Money they may have advanced, befides a Reward of Five Pounds to any one that/hall be able to con vi& the faid Parker. Charles Clavey. N,- From on Board the Dolphin, Capt. Simon Clark, from New-England, on Tue/day Night lafl, as Jhe lay off the Palatine-Houfes near'Deptford; AN. unpainted,Coop,, with feven Wood Ducks, a'finall beautiful Fowl, the;Si�e of a Teal, being  more ornamental than estabJe,  ; . Whoever brings them _ia Health to Lloyd's Cbffee-houfe1, 'Lom-Jbard-.ilrect j or to Capt.; Clark on board the faid Ship at Bell-WhasL fliin'receive One Guinea Reward, and no C^eftioris a&'4       ;4 ^ � J1 ] F.RIL A5 ' Juliii Put fkyv A ppi e 11 ii \p\r   to M . Robert Oakley, a Calendar, in Pelican-Court, "Llttfe-Britain, has abfented hirafelf fr^-m his Mafter's Servfce. This is therefore to defire that he may not bs strufted with,an*r TThing on hk Mafter's Account j and il'.anjr one entertains him after-Vhis Notice, be it at their Psrili t44ymi^ m$fa&r at Twv Shillings each*   

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