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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 1, 1743, London, Middlesex a. vertifef. ,1? riirt iT 1if.1i March j&RIVEJD the King (3eorge;Oob-* feetj from South Carolina ; the J Tring-Gail^, Doraford �arid the J Lambeth Gaily, Hayman, from [;Oporto; Mercy,Wright, from Gibraltar! Pemtertori, Nunes, from Leverpool, for Rotterdam, who is -fince failed i and -, -Walker," from :Jarruuca. Came down the Britannia^Haydon}%r Madeira j Minerva, Reynolds, for Virginia* and remain *witrilhe Srioreham and DealrCaftle Men of War, Terror and Grenada Bombs, Plymouth Tranfport, and Induftry Tender, alio the A&ted, Oliver, for Antigua} the London, Newham, for Virginia? Profpeirpus Efther, Northcot, for Marylir&d; "Jofeph, Ewes, for Leghorn's Betfey, Badden, -for Philadelphia. Put back Elizabeth, Taylor, for St. SxttsCatherine, Egglefton, for Nevis j Everton, *Jerman, for Maryland.' Wind N.W. . Grave/end,-March 30: Pafs'd by the Lady Elizabeth, Houlfon j and tJnity, Carfteeh, frem Hamburgh s and the , pulchre's Church._"- ; ....... , ,. r > Bank btock no -Price. India JDiup 1S0 a,i 4th for Opening. ^Sonth Sea Stock nbPncit. /Ditto Old,Annuities'114. 1 8th a 1 4th for Opting. Ditto New 112 '3 8ths a c.8ths.Three per Cent. Annuities 10a 1 8th a 14th. Ditto 1742 too 1 8tb a 1 4th-. Million Bank 118 3 4-ths. Equivalent 1 n. Royal Aflurance 82! London Aflurance 11 ;8thsa3 4ths. Englifb Copper ditto 4 1. 10 s. Welch ditto rio Price. African no Price.. Seven per Cent. Eniperor's*Loan-:11 i\:i 4th. Five per:Cent ditto 77 V 4th. "BlankrCijrcuhtipn.4 U 12 s. 6 d. Pr. India Bpnds 4^. 7^ V a 84.' PrenirT ' Three and a half {Salt Tallies' 2 Prem. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 5 Pr. Three per Cent. Ditto 2 Difc. Lottery Tickets 17 s. 6 id. a 18 s. 6d. Prem. >: ^ . HA Y-M ^ R- K E T.---T the KING'S THEATRE in the Hay- Maxket, Tuefday, Aprils, wUibtpeJ*Ain'(JaNe*OPERA, S I R B A C E. With Dances and other Dec-'oratioks entirely Ntw- Pit and Boxes to be pat together, and no Perfons to be admitted without Tickets, which will be deliver'd that Day, at the Office in the Hay-Market, at Half a Guinea each. Gallery 5 s. � By HIS MAJESTY'S Command, , No Perions whatever to be admitted behind the Scenes; r The Gallery will be open at Four o'clock, Pit and Bora ttr-Fivc.  L) K U K T--L A N Jb,': By His Maje'fly's Company pfG^edian'^ . AT the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, Monday next, will be pieiented a Comedy, CJuTdt- > >-� 1 The A L C H E Mi^.^ T. . The Part of Abei Dru^et ta be perform^ fcy Mr^A^ilCKi ^ {Being the zd Time of hit appearing in that jCh^adeiv) Subtle, by Mr.Mills; Sir Epicure Mammc�,Mr�ltetiyf Ananias, Mr. Morgan; Tribniation, Mr. Tafwell j.Surly,'%lr.HaTard,| Dap-rpery Mr. Leigh j tovewit, by Mr. Tui^uttj Kaftril, Mr. Nealc~j Dame Pliant, Mifs Bennet; Doll Commotii.Mrs. Macktin; .-. - --.v;,.Fw-jjy>M^Afcaaai^'-~;^^ With Entertainments between the AQst viz. AcVl. Singing by Mr.Lowe. - Aft II. The Sicilian Peafantj by Signor CHECO, Signora CHLARETTA, and Others. Aft III. Singing by Mr. BenrsJ.  Aft V. The Italian Gardeners, by Signer CHECO TORlNESE Signora CHI A RETT A A^UILANTI, and Othert. To which will be added a Farce, call'd The DEVIL TO P A Y. The Part of Sir John Loverule, by Mr. Lowe, (in which Cha-rafter will be introdue'd The Early Horn ;) Jobfon, Mr, Turbutt Lady Loverule, Mifs Bennet j Butler, Mr. Raft or ; And the Part of Nell by Mrs. CLIVE.i Boxes 51. Pit 3 s. Firft Gallery r�. Upper GaQery I s. _ To begin exaftly at Six o'clock. COVEN T-G A R D E N. At the Dcftre of fiver al Ladies of Quality. For the Benefit of Mr. CHAPMAN. AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, Monday next, will be pfefented the Tragedy of OTHELL O, Moor of Venice. The Part of Othello to, be perform'd by Mr.QJJINj Iago, by Mr.-Ryan y CafCo, Mr. Hale; Rodetigo, Mr. Chapman; Brabantio, Mr.Gibfon; Lodovico, Mr. Rofco; Montano, Mr.Ca-(hell.' Emilia, Mr�. Woodward j And the Part of Defdemona by Mrs. CIBBER.  With Entertainments of Dancing, particularly The Dutch Skipper by Monf. DEL AMAIN and Madera. ANNE AURETTI, A new Grand Ballet, call'd Le Radexmux Gallant, by Mr. COOK E and Mbnf. P I C Q, Les Definoifelles ANNE ptd JANNETON AURETTI. Young Mafter GILLIER, and others. - To which will be added a Dramatic Entertainment, call'd The RAPE OF PROSERPINE, With the Birth and Ad ventures of Harlequ&i. None will be admitted into the Boxes but by printed Tickets, which will be deliver'd at the Office In the Lobby, at 5 s, . Pit 3 s. Firft Gallery 2 s. Upper Gallery is. %* Tickets to be had of Mr. Chapman, at his Hoafe in Bow-ftj�et, Covent- Garden. . . . GO O.DM A ______ s-F IE L D Sr- T the NEW WECLS the bottom of Lemmi/ireer, Gtaibrts-Fhldt, Monday next, will be performM SEVERAL NEW EXERCISES Of Rppe-Dancir^, Poftares, Ballances, EtjuiHbres, and - > Singing.and JDang'ng, =both Seribuv and Comic., ; ROPE-pancino by rile celebr-ated Mifi Ra'yner, Mr. Hough, and others. Dancing by M.r. Carney, Mr.Gtanier, Mr. Hayes, Mr. CHettle, Mr. Rayner,, Madem. Peraiilt, Madem. Mauri, Mrs. Hough, Mrs. Rayner, and the two Mafters and Mifs.Granier, par-ticulasly the SvotdijhXrar&teii, by Mr.Carney and Madem. Perault, Mr. Granier, Mrs. Hough, Mr. Chettle, Madem. Mauri, Mr. Hayes and Mrs; Rayner. With feveral new Songs by Mr. Brett, viz. Di' turn, Bright jSutbtr, and Maffy Puir. Poftorer'by MV. ;Rayner. And a new Dance, call'd : 'The Haymaferi Itt-atlt, by the two Mafters and Mife "Granier, Mr. Gianier and Mrt. Hough, Mr. Chettle", Madem. Mauri, Mr. Rayner and Mils'Rayner. To Which wffl be added, ' Several SCENES in GROTESC^B CHARACTERS, (never p�V-: ifonJi'dhefore)call'd flfeARLEtiyiN PIE1KO DABANNO ; Or, 'The Inchanted Caftlf. 'fcdmpot'J by Sighor Bohifatio Ayogadro, lately arrived fntH.Venice. r.;Harie^u!n by Mr. Hayes j Colombine, Mrs. Hough j Pantaloon, m. Chettle". ; The Whole to Conclude with a Comic Dance in Grotefaue Figurtu ; " To begin every Night at Five o'ClSck.' *jf E-vtry One wllbe admitted'.for a Pint gf Wint a-fiece at ufual. ? Nullius in Verba.-*--�------r n�*he antiscorbutick water, JL "at the Glaft-Houfe on Salt-Petre Baiik, London, gives great Relief in the following Diforders, was. -> ' I. Heart-Burn and Sourneft of the Stomach. _IL_ Jndigettion, Wind-Reaching, and Want of Appetite. - ,. III./fheCholic, Pains in the Breaft, and Griping and Twitching in thefcowels. _ TY^-i.....funfijinii in �iniirff- rnftinrnm. 111H111 mnin, fn'ii - Heatfod Acrimonious Juicer, caufing Spafms in the Guts. ... V. *Jhe Gravel, Stone, Strangury or Stoppage of Urine. VI. Wcaknels in the Seminal Veffels, or Gonorrhoea Simplex.  VII. The Scyrvy, Scofburick Rheumatiiin, and Breakings out or Blotches in the Body or Face. VIII. The Piles. IX. Hypochondrial or Nervous Diforders. .v- X. Spitting of Blood, or Internal Bleedings, from Sharpnefs of the Juices or tender Veffels ; and in general for all fuch Disorders as arife from an Acid Caufe. . This;Water is very bright and pkafant to the Tafte, and fo foft, that 'tis generally allowed not to be exceeded by any Water whatever ; fopure^aMoi'that it hath never been known to ftink, and will keep many Years perfectly goot^i evefl fK" v"a nr,A w"ft'' T�4Wj-tiiiy tne iiMejriments to evince its Purity, would exceed thefeiJoonds. " '"' ThefNature of the Water is Alkaline, Cooling and Sweetning to the Blood and Juices, and a powerful Corrector of Add Humours, mixes yell'with Milk or Wine, efpecially White-Wine, and may be *ofed. with mjich Safety> having been conflantly dhife by yqung Children*.. "  " It is ibid by Mr. Eyre^ Purveyor to his Majefiy, at Temple-Bar; Mr. Davis, Purveyor to Jsii Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales, in St. Alban-ftreet; Mini; Fiddes, at the Wheatfljeaf, Ta^ftock-ftrttt, Coyent-Garden j Mr. Kent, Chymift,- in Altterjfearj5-ftreet j Mr. Chriftitn, at Grigfby's Coflee-honfe behind the Exchange, at 5 s. per Dozen, Bottles and all, wax'd and feal'd down, and delhzer*d to any Piyr�o/^ie.'rown; and.alfoat theiaid,GIals-Houifi at 4.8. per Dozen "Quarts, and as. 4d. perDoz. Pints; or as. 6dr perDoZi Quarts, and i�. 3 d.per Doz. Pints, witiunrc -Use Bottles, exclufivtf'tlf Poy-terage, %vith fome