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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 5, 1743, London, Middlesex TU esd A Y, April 5, 1743- Deal) Jipril^ _ r . ( ^> Shin' Dcal-G�ftk,'Bla^d-: l*f4i ^timioie, Terrot. .Graiia.? ua,0e|tfoi4*� Tmbb; antf 1 month Trihfpdrtr' the Princefs * liefWales, Harry vHea&coiiie, .Cape1; and St. Geor�c\ Robfa-foci.^.fbr �; Eaft Infta j ^ith a\ ^I%c| Eaft'India.Shi^ aid thes ~.^...... ..... ^iwaW-tiouhd. -XSrae .'Hown Carol1h#Ga%^ 'Saundfers. fcrjmyraa, ^fadN,b/W.v ,;.;-,,:? J'l. Gravefe/id, April t. Pafc*d by the Tring, Dornford, ^r ^E^^7when^-|^,T^e|^^ SpMrfi "S�r%fe'teqmres"the:"i'fencBhg'"bf theTroops /roni one Proynice into pother,, * liuied ftolt of theyHoules,?; ih'^ffiolrt'^^ done Damage "riThe^amounVof $o/ooo:Dollars; funk pj.dettroy'd 30 ^teei^mpft of .tbera-Jaden for tbe&fe of nbe Spariilh � Fleet at Toulon; and alfo burnt the jefu^^Mifeficordia/ �^a la^ft VeflM ^ithStores for Ae faid Fleet. They have * -alfp: i^e^fi�ral ^paniiK PnzesA ^jpibng them the N.S. del CtfmW'Cap^aTOreoi/ with^four Carriage 10 Swi- is" funk at Dublin: y�fterday died in Ariington-ftreet, the Right Hon. the I Lady Granville, much; lamentedi>y aU#who had the Honour of her Acquaintance. , Laft SaturfayiJ.ied, at her Houfe near Oxford-Chapel, * Mrs. filunt, Grandmother to ---Blunt, Efqj of Maple-Durham in Oxfbrdihire ; by. wbofe Death a confidera* ble Fortune defcendsxo the faid Gentleman. . Ycfterday died at his Chambers in ClementVInn, Mr. Goodman, an eminent Attorney at-Law. The Day fixed for the Inteiintfnt of her Grace the Dutchefs of Bockingharn (whofc Corpfe is not to lie in State) is next Fridiy. AW.uttoee 6'Clock in the Afternoon the PrpCeflton wiil|>roce of Earl Rothe's Regiment will be left here to be incorporated wtt&a-new Regiment. .We :are informed- that his "Grace Dr. John Hoadly, Primate and Mrtropohtari^'bf all...Ireland, is appointed Vice-chancellor of. ouriTniverfity, in the Room of the Right Rev. Dr. John Stearne, Lord Bifliop of Clogher, who'hath "refigned oh account of his great Age. Thurfday laft died Mrt. slicer, Wife of Mr. EdWard Slicer, an eminent Jeweller, in Molefwo'rth Street. Yefterday the Cambrifek Company elected the Right ..Rev. the Lord Bifhop of Meath' for their Governor, and . -Nathaniel Clem^nrs. J^m*^ Bs2f^, ?.zt::i Roberts, Samuel Waring, Efqrt; and Mr. Samuel Bryan for Affiflants. � The Dublin Floating Light was drove afhore from her . Moorings at the End of the Piles, and run upon the Rocks between Bullock and Dalkey, where fhe wzs beat to Pieces. Another Light will be fixed*in her Place with all ppffible Expedition, of which all Perfons concerned are de-fired jo take; Notice. . Yeftejrday MorniRg died of a tedious Indifpofition at her Houfe in Aungier Street, Mrs. Maule, Sifter to the Right Rev. Bifhop of Dromore, a Widow Lady of an excellent Charafter. On Sunday laft Mr, Thomas Strangman an eminent Merchant was-marriedat the Quaker's Meeting in Meath-Street), to.lSjrs^^ Sarah -Handcock, a beautiful young Widow, v with a confiderable Fortune.' of Mr. SHEPARD. By His Majefiy*s Company t� Comedians9 A T the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, / \ this Day, will be prefented ' ? The B EGG A R's OPER A. "The Part of Macheath by' Mr.Beard; Polly, Mrs. CJive; Lucy, �by Mrs. Pritchard 5 Peacham," Mr. Marklin f.Mrs. Pcachuno, Mrs. Wacklifl} LockkiMr.Turbnttj Matb'th*Mint, Mr.Ray; Filch, Mr. Rafter 'j Diana Tia'pcs, Mrs. MackJin; ; In Aft III. A Hornpipe by Mr. Yates.. '� To whidi will be added a -Farce, cal/d The L Y L N G VALET. The Part of the Lying Valet by Mr. Yates; � � - � * And the Part of Kitty Pry by Mrs. Pritchaid. End of the Farce (hj_particular Defire) Mr. Beard-will fing Bumyer ^ "Squire Jones. Boxes 5 s. Pit 3 *. fk& Gallery z 1. Upper Gallery i s. ' Tickets to be ha3, and Places for the Beaes to be uken of Mr. Hobfon, at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. % Mr. Shepard hnnaUy hopes his Friends will not be offended at; the Alteration of the Play, he being oblig'd to change it, on Account of the Indifpofition of a principal Performer. The Tickets deliver'* out for HENRY VIII. will be taken this Night. To-morrow will be prefented HAMLET.__ COVEN T-G A K D E N.- For the Benefit of Mr. ESSEX. AT the Theatre-Royal in Coverit-Garden, this Day, will be prefented a Tragedy, call'd The SIEGE OF DAMASCUS. The Part of Caled to be perform'd by Mt._ana Madem. AUGUSTE. |To which will be added a Dramatic Entertainment, call'd PERSEUS and ANDROMEDA; o r, The Cheats of Harlequin. 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__TTjimii fiilli ij ~n ' ij at Six o* Clock. ' High Water at London-Bridge tthis Day at 48 Minutes after .6.'  .'' vVetefine it,. ' but fouh^'he^^yni'^ry wa^; I kneW;^nV;tb': � I couJd^.�ben they-'came fo'nigh.-:that their Xaiife:; * tnwitbteV ''went^' But wen? prefentlyialone fide aeam. and jt Bank Stock 146 3 4ths for Opening. India Ditto 180 * ' Ditto Old , ------, ^ ... New 112 i i-iudfa 5 Sth'sV Three per Cent. Annuitie� 1001 8th. ; Ditto 1742 iooa; arid is tommindc^r by/ the fame Monfieur �Ihar^afca^the Captain of At^raalpus;* * H A Y-M A R;K E T. --T the KING's T HE ATRE in the H^y- Market, thj� D�y,fWll be per^brni'da fitv, OPERA, call'd �^^^HUEil1 -IW^/iirr^rdltXTi ovt entirely ItnuT Pit and-Boxe� to be pat together, and no Perfons to be admitted without Tickets, which will be deliver** tins D�y, at the Office in the Hay-Market, arHalf a Guinea, each. Gallery < s. ; By H Is MAJESTY'. Command, No Perfons whatever to be admitted behind the Scenes. . The Gallery, will be opea at Four o'clock, Pit aad Boxes at Five. By Command of their Royal H1|hneflesthe Prince and Princela of WALES. To-morrow will be prefented The SPANISH frvar. For the Benefit of Maeem. ANNE AURETTI. L I N COL N VI N N FIELDS. - For the Benefit of Mr. HAYMAN, (Who perform'd the Part ofCapt. Macheath,) And Mr. DOVE. AT the Theatre-Royal in fLincoln's-Inn - Fields, this Day, will be prefented a Comedy, cali'd ThcPROVOKD HUSBAND; 1 . or, yf Journey to LondonTT The Part of Lord Townly by Mr.Giffard; Manly, Mr.W. Gif-tard j Sir Francis Wrongbead, Mr. Julian; Lady Grace, Mrs. Chet-wood j Lady Wronghead, Mrs. Bam bridge j Count Baflet, by Mr. Hayman; 'Squire Richard, Mr. Peterfoir; John Moody, Mr. Dove. Mifi Jenny, Mifs Scot; Mrs Motherly, Mrs. Speakman j And the Part of Lady Townly by Mrs. Giffard. With Entertainments �f Singing by Mr. Hayman. To which will be added a Farce, call'd The DEVIL T O P A Y. Sir John Lovertfle by Mr. Hayman ; Nell, Mrs. DunftalL Boxes 5 s. Pit 3 s. Firft Gallery z s. Upper Gallery is. To begin at Six o'clock. S A d l e R's-w ell S. AT SADLERWVELLS, adjoining to the New-River Head, this Day, will be perform'd The U S U A L DI VERSIONS. With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting by Monf. GUILIOME, juft arriv'd from Paris; Singing and Dancing (both Serious and Comic; particularly a Grand Entertainment, call'd Bacchus and Ariadne, by Monf.Fromont, Mr.Davenport, Mrs. Bullock, and others} a Scaramouch Dance by Monf. TESCIER, being the firft Time of his performing on any Stage; a hew Scotch Dance by Mafter Matthews and Mifi Wright; a Comic Dance (after the Manner of the FaufansJ by Mafter Matthews and Mifs Wright. With feveral new Songs, by Mr. Hemiktrk. Concluding with an Entertainment, call'd V u l C A N's N E T T S , or, Harlequin a Captive in Spain: or, *Tbt PRIVATEER FIT. Harlequjn by Mr. Vaughan; Colombine, Mrs. Phillips; Privateer, Mr. Hem&irfc; Sancho'Mr.Scollongh; Vulcan, Monf. Fromont j Mars, Mr. Davenport; Venus, Madem. Sandoni; Cupid, Mafter Matthews,; Graces, Mife Wright, Mifs King, and Mrs. Anfley. Ibt Chatbt, Scenes, Machines, being entirely near. To begin at Two o'clock in the Afternoon, and again at Six hi the Evening, during the Holidays. This Day the 5th of Aprils the AT PHILLIPS's New Weals, near Ltndon-Spato, ClerlemeeU, during the Summer Seafon, will be perform'd feveral new- Entertainments of Singing and Dancing, by Mr. Phillips, Monf. Lapjerre, Mr.Shawford, Mafter Ferg, Mrs* Phillips, Mrs.Thomfon, Mrs. Dove, Madem. Dumont, Jftadem, Ni-velon, and Signora Line. To which will be revived an Entertainment of Singing and Dancing, M e"rTl I N in L A BO U r , Or, Harleojtin at All. . _TheCharaaer of Harlequin by Mr. phillips, (from the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane ;j Merlin, by Mr. Johnfon y- swellhead, Mr. Dove; Loofedeal, Mr. Shawford; the Old Woman, Mr. Scaggs; And the Character of Colombine to Be perform'd by Mrs. phillips, (From the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.) With an extraordinary Band of Mustek. *#* During the Holidays the Doors will be open'd exaftly at One p'Clock, and again at Five. jtotrtifiwli of a mtotttlvi*' f� taken mf^tbi^M it Tw SUB* �*. �A s �3* �2 4 t -9 2 ;