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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 2, 1743, London, Middlesex The "LoMfa My Vd^jsad General Atetifer. ^ SATURDAY, Apr i l 2, at at ARRIVED, the came out ^ Company with the Plymouth Man ofWsjr; but was Separated in a violent Gale of Wind, and wa| obliged to throw her Guns over-board ; therefore the Arrival of the Man of War, and the reft of the Ships, are impatiently -expected. j � ' " - The Stanford Man of War, is arrived in the Downs, from Cork. On Thurfday laft Admiral Vernon fet out/ for Bath, with a handfome Retinue. � "k On Friday fe*nnight in the Morning was found dead in his Bed, at his Lodgings at Kingfland, Mr. Bright, aged 80, who kept the Crown Ale-houfe in St. CJu-iflopberV Alley in Moorhelds; but having made a considerable Fortune, he had refign'd his Houfe for fome time* paft to his -eldeft Son.--Mr. Bright came on Thurfday to keep his 3irth*day"at the1 Crown, with his Children, but foon after finding himfelf ill, returned home and went to-bed ; and in the Morning was found.dead, by the Servant, who went.into the Room to light his Fire. He was a Very good-�aWVi Man,\and was well �fpe&ed by the Gentlemen that ufed his Hoafe.-Mr. Blight's Father died within thefe three Months, aged upwards of 100. Yefterdaydied, at her "Houfe in the Old Jewry, Mrs. "TOdt^fc^^ her Acquaintance. On Thurfday lafl died in the Fleet Prifon,---Bate-man, Efq; who had been fourteen Years confined in the laid Goal. It is obfervablethat there was an Increafeof above one Hundred in the Bills of Mortality laft Week. Great Preparations are-making for the Evenings Entertainments at Ranelagh-Houfe, which we hear Will-begin ia about a Fortnight. The Breakfafting-and Mufick'will be carried Ananias, Mr.Morgan; Tribalation, Mr.Tafwell; Surly, Mr.Havard jX&f-per, Mr. Leigh ; Lovewit,. by Mr. Turbutt} Kaftril, Mr. Nealc j Dame Pliant, Mifi Bennet; Doll Common, Mrs, Mackfin ; Face by Mr. MACKLIN. With Entertainments between the A&s, viz, . Aft I. Singing by Mr. Lowe. Aft II, The Sicilian Peafint, by Signor CHECO, Signora CH1ARETTA, andOthen. Aft HI. Singingby Mr. Beard. Aft V.- The Italian Gardeners, By CHECO T.OR1NESE CHIARETTA AQUILANTI, and Others. To which will be added a Farce, call'd DEVIL TOP AY. The Part of Sir John-Loverule, by Mr. Lowe, (in which Character will be intmhic^d The Ea^Iy Horn s^Jabfon, Mr. Turbutt LadyLoverule, Mifs Bennet j Butler}'Mr. Rafter; And the Part of Nell hy Mri. CL1VE. Boxes 5 s. Pit 3 s. Firit Gallery 2 s. Upper Gallery 1 s. Signor Signora The CO V EN T- G A R D EN. At the Defire of fii)� Ladies of Quality. For. the Bienefic of Mr, CHAPMAN. AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Gardcn, Monday next,- wjll be prefent(�d the Tragedy of The he perform'd by Mr.QJTIN ; Iago, by Mr. Ryan; Cafllo, Mr. Hale; Roderigo, Mr. Chapman; Brabantio, Mr. Gibfsin;' Lodovico, Mr. Rofco j Montane, Mr. Ca-(hell. Emilia,-Mr�� "Woodward:; And the Part of Deflemona by Mrs. CIBBER^ With Entertainments of Dancing, particularly The Dutch Skipper by >i Monf. DELAMAIN and Madem, ANNE AURETTI, A new Grand Ballet, call'd Le Rendtwaai Gallant, by Mr. COOKE and Monf. P I C Q* Les Definoilelles ANNE and JANNETON AURETTL Young Matter GILLIER, and others. To which will be added a Dramatic Entertainment, call'd The-RAPE OF PROSERPINE, With the Birth and Adventures of Harlequin. None will be admitted into the Boxes but by printed Tickets, whicH will be deliver**! at the Office in the. Lobby, at 5 > Pit 3 s. Firit Gallery a s. ~ Upper Gallery 1 s. . Tickets to be had of Mr. Chapman, at his Houfe in Bow-ftrtet, Covent-Garden. * ' ' SAD L E R's-W E L L S.^ . J^imr jtt J^n /l/ariyf'i onboardtb*�jm&{\Wnyi\ m m ph if nnr Mmh. iiud _______XT> -in ait any of them fail to be then on board that Sh'}r thfi / Tenders ivill fail'av/ay without them, after which they S^"* Tenders will fail avtay without them, after tuhich they will not only loje all theWd^es due to them for r�f Defence, but ivill he taken uf, if they can be found, and tried ah * Court Mai tial as Peferters. > _ Tho. Corbett/ General Foft-Office, London,- March 10, �7fz. TM7HEREJS notwithfiandtng the publick No- T- fit?* *hat has been fo:repeattM.givepby:tkis Qfce, "ainvefl hi tbrtSetUtte as in other' Tfcivi Papers, concern^ ing the Foreign.Pofiage. which is to be paid here for all Letters that are tog� to Germanyr Italy, or any other Country jbeyond. Holland, France, or Flanders, Mijiakeshave fame-times* been made^ and Letters have been delivered at this � Office, direiJed'to thofe Countries without:paying the Foteigp Pofiage, as required by J&: ofP-arliapjent * $be\j>aflmdfler-Gtnerai has 'tbo^bi-^..t$\a^e^i^-it-bstt lis Pofiage to be paid here at tbis-Offtte, Oratthe-'reffeSive Receiving-Houfe's or Offices,' appointed and authorized far the taking in of Letters in Town or Country, 'by all Perfonr correfpond-ing with Germany, Italy; oranyFofeign Parts in- the North or the South, by the Way of Holland, France or Flanders, is after the following Rater, -viz. -j s.d. Between London andany-Pdrt'ofGer-'^Singli i " many, Italy, Sicily, Switzerland^ {.Dbable2 Denmark, or Sweden; and all Paris of the North {through Holland.') 2fefcvfi� London and any Part of Spain or Portugal, through^France, or by Packet.BoatsdireiVy, � -. - ' Between London andfanf>T^r/~^ Italy"!-Single 1 " cr.SiciJy, thro' -France, by Way of I Double^ : Lyonr, or any Part if Turky, by CTribte^ Way of MaTfeille*. J Ounce .5 jfnd it is to be obferved, that on Failure of filch Payment of the above � Rates, no Letters to fu'ebxForeign Parts, ^�Ott-ie~^Brvinydedfrom\tbis UJfice, and tbaffor'all Letters direBedtoForeign Votsfriries, by theWdyJbf^^ti^ Treble 3 Ounce 4 Single 1 Double 3 Treble 4 Otsnce ver of fefwte^a^: to a Letter ofca Tingle Sheet, it becomes a double Letter, andif ihc&Cover be to a doubleLeoer, iibieoomeVTreBI^/andfJe to^ paid for accordingly. v  .. \ By Command of ihePoffmafier^eiieraf, " " Geo. Shelvocke, Secrttfury^ -Joha Fowler, it th� abovementionedPlaee.  - ... ... -xr : To be LETT, i TP HE late Dwelling-Houfe of JOHN .1 BASKETTiEiq; deeeafed, adjoiniagtothe Priatii�.Hoisfe in31acl>Fryars j-beinga new wellrhnilt-BrkkHouie, contaMngtwo luge Rooms and CJbfcta oai.a Floor, with a .handfeme.Stair-Cafe ; the whole completely fitted up, well wainfeotted througboa*, w4h sin* Marble^hjmnei-fjecesr&c> * hrge %tch��, -^antpef,; Vaults, and other Offices, a large Coast-Yard paved with Portland, a Plazta, with. a^Com^jafcHouJe^^p^a^ Spring-Water, and fuadry other Conveaiencies. And to it Sold fir tbeRtmaindtref affirm, . His late DweTung-hodfeTolBam,withv�rge Gardens,' Canals, Fifli-ponds, and_feveral Acres of Pafiure, Coach-hoofes, Stables, &c. For ' Fryafs} ir furtherPartkulars, enquire at the Pfinting-Heufe in] rs i'ior'of Mi^ ChHfropHer'C^ay? Gasoner^at^Fulhaa.^ Blacks Mvsrtifmsnii awderatelst&iarito ibis P