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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 21, 1743, London, Middlesex T H U HSB�, April 11, 1743. *9- {AWE down and remain his Mc flyYShip Greyhound; the Mary, Read j and Juftitia, Bond, for t Maryland j the Johg and Mary, Jeffries, for Lilbon ; Reftoration, Aylward, for Virginia^ Uaac and Elizabeth, Matthews, for' Pbrtfinouth Philip and Peter, I Jtforth, for Maryland;* and feve-Tal others, whole Names are not 3tnown. WiridS.W. Arrived at feveral ^Ports. The Happyijermet, Maclilh; and the Imperial Anne, Harman, from London, are arrived at Genoa. The St. John Baptift, Chaulier, from Vera Cruse, at Cadis. ' > .  The Abigal, Thome, from London, at Vilfa-franca. The Revolution, "Wright, -from London ; and St. John .Baptift, Spinola, from ^Lifbon, at Dublin, The Fanny, Tyrer, from Cape Fare, at Leverpeol. ThePegafus, Paterfon, from South Carolina, at Yar-�iojth. . � / LONDON. Yefterday arrived the Mail from France. According to Advices from Pap, the Marihal de Brog-lio, was marching to Schtvandorff and Neuburgh, with 13 Batallions, and too Squadrons, in order to attack Prince Lobkowitz's Army, while M. de Chayla, Lieu--tenant General, marches with a Convoy of Provifipns and "fbir.e Troqps for Egra. They fay, that Count Mauritius wasto have been charged to introduce this Convoy into Egra, but he arrived in the Army a few Hours too lite to put himfelf at the Head of it. The Foreign Regiments in French Pay that are at Egra, will be put out of that yiace, that they may be recruited with greater Facility. Prince Lobkowitz has already aflembled 7000 Horfe, but they don't tell us how many Foot, and feem to have a Defign to march towards the Upper Danube, in order to facilitate the Arrival of the Auftrjan, Britiih and Hanove-jian Troops from Flanders; and this, they tell us, is the Reafon why Marfhal Broglio beftirs his Stumps fo much to prevent their Junction. The Prince de Dombes pafled the Rhine the 19th Inft. N.S. with 18 Battalions and 24 Squadrons and the Gens d'Armes were to begin their March for the Rhine the ifl ef May. On Tuefday laft (and not before) his Grace the Duke of Marlborough embark d at Dover for Oftend. t 4nd Yefterday the Right Hon. the Lord Dunmore, with a grand Retinue, fet oat for Harwich, in order to embark for Holland. On Tuefday laft the Right Hon. George Lord Rather-fferd was iacroduced to his Majefty, and was moft graciuufly received. They write from Edinburgh, that the Right Hon. the Earl of Leven will continue to be HighCommiffioner to the General Affembly. On the 2d Inftant died in Scotland the Lady of the Laird of Mackcleod, Member of Parliament for Invernefs ; an agreeable Lady, very much efteem'd by all that knew her. ' On the 8th Inftant died at Colford in the County of Gloucefter, William Price, Aged 105. He was 75 Years old when married, and lived 30 Years from that Time to the Day of his Death. A few Days ilnce died at Sanquhar in Scotland, William Kelloch, Aged 11? Years, he ferved that Town as one of their Officers 96 Years ; and his Son,- now living, has ferved in the fame Station 70 Years. He was a very toned Man, had his Senfes to the laft, and never made ufe of Spectacles. Yefterday Morning about 3 o'Clock a Fire broke out at th^ Houfe of one Mrs. Pullen, a Baker in Tower-ftreet, W^ich began in the Cellar, and got to fuch a head before the Family were alarmed, that four Perfons out of fix (the Number then in the Houfe) loft their Lives, viz. the two Daughters of Mrs. Pullen, one Aged 16, the other 19; and an old Gentlewoman, and her Son j the latter on the Alarm came to the Window in his Shirt, and went back to his Room to fetch his Cloaths, but in his returning from thence, was fo miferably burnt, that tho' he got/rom the Window into the Street, he died in an Hour after. Mrs. Pullen's two Sons had juft Time to make their Efcapes in their Shirts, out of the Windows, into the next Houfe.- There being ftrong Party Walls of each Side prevented the Fire's communicating itfelf to the adjoining Houfes, fothat they received very little Damage. 4, On Saturday fe'nnight the noted Edward Perry was exe- cuted at Stafford, for returning from Tranfportasion-- He broke out of that Goal once, out of Gloucefter Goal once, and fince out of Liverpool Goal twice; and at laft jcame into his own County to receive the Reward of his ' ViUanies'. . On F�day Jane Young,. the Wife of John Young, was " committed: to, Salilbury-Gaol, being charged on Oath with havingfeveral Sorts of Goods /bund in her Cuftody, fuppofedto b? ilblen. And on Saturday, John Young, the ; Hufband, wSs\ committed to the Gaol aforefaid ; being � charged on j^fpicioh with breaking open the Houfe and Shop qf JohB Good, Goldfmith in the Devizes, and ^Healing from thence Rings, Watches and other Plate, to the Arjaouat of near 150,1, Soon after Young was taken, "ih^fb^qwingParticulars were found, which he had fecreted indifferent Places, viz. a Gold Watch, and two Silver ,cnes, between^ jo and 60 Gold Rings, 10 Pair of Silver Buckles, 3 old Table Spoons, a Gold Watch, Chain and iSealSr a �^ Store Buttons with fome other Things of " je{j Value, all which he fays be bought for four Guineas. We hear from Wincheiler, that laft Saturday the Captain * of the Commilfioners Yatchs at Portfmouth was hanged, ior ravUhing a Girl of about 13 Years of Age. Yefterday. Thomas Hoy, was committed by Qal De Veil, .to ClerkenwellBrjdeweU, for Healing -feveral Caflci,, the Property of Thomas Rea, Efq; As was Richard^ajwick, by the fame Gentleman, to j hard Labour, bein|ppked-Pickpocket. Newcafle, April 16.. On Tuefday-the