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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 14, 1743, London, Middlesex The London Daily Poft, and General N.umb. 2^3^ f , WED N E S D A Y, Dece-mb er ii4� i'743- DWiJfyamkr it; '; ' tjrnirig- faH�d on a, Cruiae m- ..MftyVShip the Squirrel. North Gu-dfina; Joan and Anne, ''S&if\ fVonr Virgjnist r and the kipgmfairi�Qiteti? frtm -. ,|y�|r:'AI^iiiejf> Greyh6ohd, GibfalW�yao4 ?�rnice.s.Shipsof ; War th* Oatwaad-bo^nd, � � .....ii iilTtfjr Catae down the i A% Cp&.^ - . Xbe.FricBdjIhip^ Sha?to0tf; ^fe ^rgiiriii is attired at i The Gold Pink, Goby*: ^A^knd,. off Dover. ' * L O N; IT & N. .' ; Letter�from Florence, Ttiitmilr 3. * We have .leceTOd'Vei^-htt^Newi' this Week from : ' the RbttiKia. -- The AoiWan''atf ffdn^Lombardy; aod the ' pened the other bay Between, the Inhabitants of Ci vita , '. Ca&eiiana and theSjf^ffi Mu&tjei^ invhioh/everal of �  the"fc�ef �wre; killed; M wwwded; oh which Ac- ; '-count IVf.r'de 'Gages, hai ieht tftefe a Detachtteiit of ! �. Spjdifrs,, wt^ireftiph^to, theldashihat^iig^ceirnot j ' greeraeatfrtabMbet*i^4he/Dakc.^ M, de 1 * Gages,- and thtfSpahifli'GebeiaJi /and great Endeavours i � are ufed to reconcile them.-' TJne^pariiards ufe> their at- ; � mod Endeavdiics topot ihmffltts,ifi' a Pofcre-'of De- j � feofie, Toi^^fS^^^ttf; P�^, They i * thods are pat in Practice. The Pope., has* engaged the [ -* Spaniard tP ther,Govesnffien| of thafijCity, latelyiconferred.upon � hinj, and .was prefgnted vvith the iCing's Picture fct with ; Jew.eJs^, Qrdejs/jfrpn* the, ^hg..ha�;ebeen directed torecal : ihe NeapolitanrPrinces,, who fpr^fprpe tune hw been ab- \ lent from tfeis Capital,, at, thejr re^dHve Fiefs,4urthi&4 Kingdom. The Accounts-pf the Sic^nefs in Calajb^apon- \ tinue to, bi favonrable^ n\any, of the. Villages wherc it was beingfnpFraJnio&l&ee froin.Tt. j TotoVKing'smoflg?crfIe8t-Majefty, - , . ..; The humble Addcefr. of^^/MagjLftrates and Common- j  CPnriciPbftherGityofGlaurr:Majefty's very humb^;, and dHtifa|rSiibjeas, , the,Magiftrate&,and; Gity'CoiwQii;of,Olafgew^ beg ' tf �fith^p.^fgbmiffiveRejg&giandgrrea�ftSinf^>. ; rity, te; cqtgratulatejour i^jeftjf'.ohIheSucceirof your Arms in Germany j the aufp^cious Marriage of the Prince andPrincefs Royal Pf Denmarkine happy Incrfafe of , your"Family'; "at(d your Ma|^V;faTe,Return to yoor Bri-tilh.Bominipi^, after: bating halziaVded yoiir mpft precioas IJreinMajntebalnce^of theBalahce of Power in Enrc^e."' As tJiii' i^rpii?tftii)tj-^bas, b^^^Occafions, beea--ambitious ; of.:bei^|d^aKQ|iho3. fpx. our'invjqlable Zeal and ^Attoch-ment to your Majefty.'s fac/ed Pjerfpn, Gpyefninept aijdjPa-: iniiy t^w-'whafeVer adds-tpitbejtjJory, anil Felicity of, your ' Jieig^tL^iye^us.ine^prd3i,ble Pleasures. ever ib^li'beK'thAt your. Maj^^:may Ipng be preferyed to difappoint the Diflutbers.ofthe Peace, and Jnv^ the Right?, of Mankind ; to fecure the Liberties of. Europe, and prote^l"''ttellrltifliiGonftitatfonand;?Cprnmerce 1 and j that yotfrjRpyarProgeny may" rale over au happy and free People in thefe Realms to the lateft Ages. Signed in Prefence and by Appointment, Law. Dinwleldie, FroFoft. . GlafgQ-vQt Pt,c.J, 174S? Yefterday came Advice, that the- Providence, Arnold, nilh Privateer, aridlcarriecl W> ^lyi^^'K fy&fot' hen the Letters cam* away^ tbg.^e, Privateer jyas jlOl ^fcace, of another Ship "from Newfoandlandj ' � Succefs; ft|ll/ fr^nj^S^'Ubes^^ ters fay, thj River Cape Hi� Spoke^ t^ I^ary, Bird, from,, Ja, inaica, wbotedlofthec^ereioaftiajtfj3Q�IS�I� .^nfiB" tion'i Yefterday Morting.aboutNiheo'Clbckthe^ightWof-ffiipful Sir Henry Penrice, Kit. Judge of the High Court of Admiralty, attended by Df y Paul, the. King's Advocate, and fevetal otbet Doftors of, the. .Civil Lawj" who were named in the Commiffion, came to- the Seffiots-Hoafe In m (fa'B&foite. Silver OiibWfijg!;idtri(iff before tbett,! with the ^rftial and other Officers ..aftending^ and open d their Commifilfpi for holding a Se^ons for the Trial pf Ofiencea committed on the High Sea*, within the Jurif-diftion of the Admiralty of-En^and j when-the two foilow-; iilg Ferfotw were tried and Capitally cotivicT:|d, viz. John; Fletcher,-for the IWurder pf John Dan vers, an Officer belonging"tP his Majefty's CuttomS at Bridlington j in Yor^kmire, whom he Aor, as the laid Danvets was. en- j devouring' to boaird the John and Johanna, to fearch for ancuttom*d Good^- about a League from Bridlington. "Ahd Andrew Millar, for the Murdter pfbis Commander , Capt. Jdmes Nelfonv ofl board^the:;Thoni'^s-and Diana," as, (hd lay at her Moorings at Smyrna in Turky. They re-, cei'ved" Se'nfence"of Death"Iaff Night abovit'feven 0*0.0$; i but the Juryi (as there were feverafc favourable Circumftan-ces appeared on his. Trial). rec9mmended Fletcher to the was ma|r-. ried ta-Mifs Bridges^ Sifter to Mr. Bridges of the",'Six-Clerks Office, a very agteeable Jladv, with a Fortune of L60001'. " On> Sunday Night died, at his Houfe in Scotland-Yard,; Siinpn.SJopex^JEiqi,a Gentleman very much lamented by his Acquaintance. Qh MPpdayJlafl; died fuddtnly Mrs. Freeman, at ^her Houfetat Putpey. - .Yei&fda^|jl.a|iber.^^po^wasdrjawn^Prizeof 10901. 55,'Qii of .^00,1., and^'71 .^wij^'yj J5t>,V^2, 2,078, 54,1 ii, 42,8o0 of idol. jQffiiT \ No. 66,1,52, of iog4?li�iw'; India Bonds; 41. [email protected]^ Pr.' Three and a: half. ^Ppajjiess- 2 'i,hidf?r. Three and a, ha)f per | Cent. E^chcq^a*'Orders 4 : ha^fPi. Thrjee, per-'Cent, j Ditto 2 Difc. Lottery Tickets 12 1. 6 s. B. -tX ,n: K R P T-, Uamel Peacock'of Etit'h in the^jC^arirr of Huntinetorf. G^pnd^h^ptosriv;; "/ ;'; r;:";; ; ?; o r , -rr H A J - M A R'tE " :'A�tfeKTti'&s T riE'ATRJ. in the "XJL H^T-IffA k K � 17 &turday~aext, :wiil be.psribtm'd an OPERA, caird ' ' ' R O X A N A ; .'. : - o R, - � 1 �  .; �  ' ' Al6X&nd-e-r V/l India; 1  "Tie MU$IG& GompoVdbj Mr. handel. ^?/^"l>ANcis and'tffo^ 'De'eoHiSiTiOfis entirely New. '' ' fit 'Bitdi to fa jotr.'tdgethe^, aod,no,1*etfons to fe admitted - ViMfibut Tickets, which WfJLW dsliver'd that Day, it the Qffice in 'ihi ttaf-iAfrket, at Half.4 Guinea^eachf Gallery 5 s.  \ ' By HfS,;.M'Aj]j$T,,Y> Command, ..... > Nrf "PerfoB* wlia'tty" >V>admitted^^Jjehind'. thfli Scenes. The G'af|er CO VENT-GAR DEN. AT the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden this Day, -will be preferred the Tragedy of * HAMLET, Prince of Denmark. . Written by Shakefpear. The Part or" Hamlet by Mr. Ryan j The Ghoft to be perform'd by Mr. QUIN: : King^ Mr^Bridgwatfr j QOeen, Mrs. James; Laertes, Mr. Caftell 1 Horatio, Mr. Hale ; Oftrick, Mr. WrJodwardj Poloniug. Mr, Hip-, niflry; Bwmmdu, Mj.VJftlM} Rofeflt/aus by'Mr.'Rjdout  GuilT denrlern, Mr. Anderfon; Prierr, Mr. Hayrrtan ; Marceilns, Mr. Carr ; Francifco, Mr.Bencraft ; Lucianus, Mr. James j PlayerQoeen' Mja,Mullart} the Grave-diggers by Mr. Rofco and Mr. Stoppeiaer -a/id the Part of Ophelia, by Mrs. cl1ve-. � � ' With Entertaintnents of' Dancing, particularly ASeticns Ballet by Moa� VilleneaveT Mrs. DeJagarde, and others. Alfo a Cuinic Danoe, cail'd Let Pa'ifans Moifonneurs, by Mr. Ville. jieii�e> Mrs.Deiagirde, and'others. Places for the Boxes to be taien of Mr. Page, at the Stage-Door of Ihe Theatre. To begin exacliy at Sir o'clock. G O O DM A N 'S-F I E L D S.- For the Benefit of Mr. Sh utewel I, affiled with Blindnefs, and a large Family to- f>r.tmjde fir. AT The NewWeJis, the bottom of Lemon-Jiren, Goodman't-Fields, this Day, will be perform'd Several New Exercifes of Rope-Dancing, Ti.mfrl,'^___ Vaulting;, and Equilihres. Rope-dancing,ky Mpnf. Janno, Mr. Hough, and Mafter Morgan, Mr. Williams will perform, feyeral new Exercifea on the Slack-Rope. With SingtBg. by Mr.Brett, Mr. Cunningham, and others. Dancing by Mr. Carney, Mr. Hayes, Mr.Granier, Mr. Chettle, Monf. Janno, Mrs. Hough, Mils Davis, and Mrs. Rawlings. Likewi'e Dancing by the two Mafters and Mifs Granien Tumbling by the celebrated Monf. Janno, Mr. Williams, and Mr. Hough. Mr. Williams (by Defire) wiJJ Jump through a^Hog&ead with Fire in it; and likewife over Sixteen Men's Heads. " ' The MORRIS-DANCERS will psrrbim a new Morris of'Tbree. The Whole tq(Conclude with an Entertainment,, cail'd H A R L E Q_U I N HERM-I T ; The Charafter of Harlequin by Mr. Hayes} Colombine Mm Hough ; Mafter, Mr. Chettle j the Clown, Mr. Hough. Boxes 1 s. Pit or Gillery, i s. Note, Tkofe who chufe Wine may have it at a i. a Bottle. To-begin exafth/ at Five o'clock. 2 ~2 jtdvertifmtntt of a mfdertft length are taken in for this Paper at 1m Shillings each. O'if ;