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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 15, 1743, London, Middlesex The London Daily Poft, and General Advertifer. Numb. 2647. F R I, D A Y, April 15, 1743. Deal, April 13- ,  HIS Morning the Colchefter, Macclesfield, for Eaft-Jndia; and the Outward-bo�jd failed td the Weftward. Came down Mary, Hill, for Genoa. His Majelty's Ship the Medway, with the Great-Britain, Cruiklhanks, ire pieparingto fail. Remain the DntchShip for India. Ww&ti&. ----- Grape/end, April 14. FfcJrd by Eagle, Brown ; Expedition, Roffiter; James, Doyle; and Anne, Gale, from Oporto; Alexander, Grant; the Duke of Cumberland, Legg; -, Macree; Conftaftt, Metchman; Charming Molly, Exton ; and Prince Wil* liam, Drifcall, from Jamaica; Charming Molly, Cab-ham, from South Caronna ;.theSeahorfe, Cummins, from figu*} Young Francis,'Iffiam, from Amftefidanu Nejp-, tone, Brappte, from Marieilles; Robert, Dent, from G01-' nea j and Hope, Nelfon, from Norway. - LONDON. Tfcey write from Confentinople, that as they can fcarce rely a Moment on the Temper and Difpofitions of Scach Nadir; warlike Preparations are continued, all over the Tuikl&iEmpire, but more efpecially on the fide of Perfia, where twry Thing is in readiheis for openingthe Campaign, in cafe of a Rupture. Ah Officer has been fent to TifeWond; & oloVto e^'Magazines hi that Neighbourhood. This Grand Vizir has declared to the Ruffian Mi-, aider at the Porte) that his. Highnef* is refolvedto obferve jnwolably the Treaties fubfifting between him and the Em- �refs pf Ruffia, and to remain entirely Neuter, in the War ittiteen the Ruffians arid Swedes. The Minifter fent by the Repoblick of Poland to the Kan of the Tartars, has bad hi* Audience of JU�Y5,. and. departed very well fatisfied with the Reception he met with from that Prince, who granted all his.Demands, and likewife gave him Letters of Kebommendatioii to the Porte, in regard to the Articles that depend oa her Confent. It is feid, that the Poles demand an Indemnification for the Loffes, they fuilained by ^^ftjtt%�yd the Refutation of Part of Polifh Verania, Wtkh the Roffisni and Torfa.divided between them in the fcftWtt. ... . , . ' ixttttsirom Stocttblm fay, that the Directors of the Eaft-India Company have offisred the Court a large Sam of .f Singing and Dancing, viz. Aft I. The Peafanrs by Monf. Villeneuve and Madem. Augufle. Aft II. A Song, ca'l'd Tb> CmtentedMan by Mr. L^veridge. In Aft HI Lord Ralee'i Song by Mr. Lereridge. . Aft III. A Grand Ballet by Mr. COOKE, Madem. ANNE AURETTI, and >thers. Aft IV. A Song, call'd Tbt Mifert Pafsprt by Mr. Lereridge. A&V. LtsBoufons duCeur by Mr. Deamame and Madcm Augufte. And an Epilogue in Muifick, addrefs'd to the Town, by Mr L-vendge. What I have faid before, Iftill mite, AH Jball be over about Nine at Night, Boxes 5 s. Pit 3 j. Eirft Gallery z s. Upper Gallery 1 s. %* Tickets is be had, and Places taken ot Mr. Page, at the Stage-Door of the Theatre; or at Mr. Leveridge's Lodgings, the third Door on the Right Hand in Hanover-ftreet, turning out of Long-Acre. To begin exactly at Six o' Clock. To-morrow will be prefented The DOUBLE GALLANT, with Perftus and Andromeda. For the Benefit ofMonf. DfciTR-ADE and Mr. RH BIN HOLD. hay-marke t~- AT the KING's THEATRE inrheHav- ' Market, Tuefday next, will be perform'd an ENTERTAINMENT of VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL MUFICK.. Confifting of various MOTETTS, CHORUS's, CONCERTO*!, - to be divided into three Parts, after the Manner of an O K A T O R I O The whole to Conclude with the celebrated PIECE of vocal mu.SICK from rome. 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 ia the Haymarket, at Haifa Guinea each. Gallery 5 s. The Gallery will be open'd at Four o'clock. Fit and Boses at Five. lec A This Day the \$th of April, T PHILLIFS's New Wells, near the __Lmdon-Spaiv, ClerkeniueB, during the Summer Seafon, will be perform'd feveral new Entertainments of Singing and Dancing, by Mr. Phillips. Monf. Lapierre, Mr..Shawfordr Mafter Fere, Mrs. " Phillips, Mrs. Somner, Mrs. Dove, Madem. Dumnnt, Madem. Nive-lon, with extraordinary Rope-Dancing by Signora Line } the Drunken Peafant by Mr. Phillips. To which will be revived an Entertainment of Singing and Dancing, ' call'd" MERLIN in LABOUR; Of, Harlequin at All. TheCharafter of Harlequin by Mr. PHILLIPS, (from the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane jj Merlin, by Mr. Johnfon j Swellhead, Mr. Dove; Loofedeal, Mr. Shaw ford ; the Old Woman, Mr. Scaegsj And the Character of Colombine to be perform'd by Mr?. PHILLIPS. The whole to conclude with a Grand TYROLEAN DANCE. With an extraordinary Band of Mufick. Adveriifementi of a moderate Length are taken in for this Pafrr it Two Shillings each. 0^ t3-0 ;