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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 19, 1743, London, Middlesex M O N t) A Y, December 19, 1743- tana. Deal, -December 17, ) RRIVfiD Lovely Betty, Wane; "Sally^'Mackenzie; and the Two --Brttheri^Ryah ; the'eh A noted Captain in Colonel Mentzel's Body of Huffars has deferted, and is come to feek Employment in the French Army: He pretends that he (ball triable to bring over to.the French a great many of the Huffars : However itbe,>he feems to be fo exifperatd at fome ill Ufage .from Colonel Mentzel, that he has formed a Detfgn of taking ,hijh .dead or alive, if Leave be given hint to act. On Saturday Morning Difpathes were fent from the India Houfeto Gravefend, for the Carfar,, Capt, Orates, and the Duke of Dorfet, Capt. Frognal, to proceed forwith on their refpective Voyages : At toc-ferae time Col. Dunbar, Governor, and Capt. Charles Hutchirrfon, .Deputy-Go-vemoKof St: Helena, fet out to embark bri board the Cae-far for that Place. , -The famer Day Mr. Forfter, one of the Clerks of the Cuftom-Houfe, was married at St.Daoftan's,Stepney,to Mifs Altham,-of Mile-End, a beautiful young Lady with a Fortune of 60001. �Leieeftet^Hou/eyADec. 15. This; Day the �6rd=.Jrfayor;a Court of .AMerraen* and G^rnbr^GoWrCiP-ofthe City/of' London;-wahedon their Royal:^HfgBflCfles thePrinrtjindj Prinafiof 'Walesf and made'theiras follows.) K'Mgyit pievfeyiur Roydlfiighjitffis, } "^TE,-the Lord-Mayor, ^/AldeTrnen, rand Cdrhmpn-' yV ' CoUticil-Men of the City of Lohdon, humbly$?g-leave to prefent our moft hearty Gongrattilations, upon the fafe Delivery; andhappy Recovery of Madftoa. your Royal Highoefe, and.the. Increafe of your-iriuftrious- Familyt~by-the Birth of another Prince; ^nE*ent, v^hich muft greatly contribute-to "ourJHappinefsj as it^irrengtherts-our prtfent Confthaion.ihd.yields a- fu^her^P and continued every Day as ufual. Yeftesday 71,647 was drawn a Prize of 5001. and ^,450 27,816, 79,448, 77,431, 20,552, 74,43?, 59.338, 46,374, and 64,547, Prizes of 100I. each. Mr. Richard Shercold, Printer to thf Honourable, the CommiJJjoners of the prefent State-Lottery, at h^s Office, iri Pope's Head Alley, over-againft- the Royal Exchange, Cornhili, continues to fell Tickets warranted nndriwn, alfo"9.hances"knd Shares of..Qhances, a^ Halvafi Quarters, Eighths-and Sixteenths, at ithe current .Prices? The Time 6f felling Tickets is till* Nine o'Clock in the Morning, and after Four 'Clock in the Afternoon.- Exact Numerical.and Regjfter Booksare kept there, and all Lottery Bufinefs tranfa|fced in the moft correct Manntr : At the faid Office -Ready Money is paid .for Blanks and Prizes, .and all.Government Securities bought and Comniiffion. The right and bsft Sort of IRISH STUFFS, made in the neateft manner, in-Variety of the. moft Uncornmon and Genteel Mixtures, both Strip'd and Plain, are now fold by**+ Wells and Hartley, Mercers, at the Boy and WoolJ-  pack in Ludgaterftreet. S..Hartley-fucceeds the late Mr'. Badcock, to wh out he was Servant. All^Sprts of Silks are fold there, as ufual. Bank Stock 147 3 8ths. India Ditto 195 1 4th. South Sea Stock nz 1 half. Ditto Old Annuities 113 ,5 8ths. Ditto New 114. Three per Cent. Armuitjes 10214th. Ditto 1742, 102 1 4th. Ditto 1743, iioi 1 4th. Million Bank Equivalent rn. Royal Affurance 80. London Affurance ii MihHte� after 1. H A Y - M A R K E T. T the KING'S THE ATRE in the HAY-MA RKE T, To-morrow, will -bt- perfonn'd-a� , 'ERA, cafi'd R O X A N A; or, Alexander in Indi-a. Tbi MUSICK. Cimpot'dtby Mr. HAN0EL. With Dances and other Decqkatioks entire/y'Nevj. ' Pit and Boxes to be put together, and no Pwions to. be -adnutbd without Ticketi, 'which will' be' delivered Uiat Day, at the-Office in the HayiMai-ket, at'Half afeuinea each. Gallery 5 s. -"By HIS' MA;] E Sf Y's Command, "NaPerfons whatever''�i$ be admitted -behind; the" Scenes. The Gallery i�illbe^en-at--fStJrV-Clock. Pit and Boxer af Fire, ' To begin at Six o'Clock. . #*# Saturday next being CiuifljBaf-Ever-there-wiH-oo-no-Gpera on that Day^ ___ , D R U -R \Y -LAN ' E. ._ NeverAftedbefore. By His Majejiy'i Ct>fnpan% of Cqwetirans, T the The'atre -3Royal in X)rury-Lane, __thk Day, will be prtftnted "a New Paftoral Tragedy, of three ASs,-jail'd LO�E the CAUSE ^rtdCtJR'E of GRIEF j OjR, ' The Innocent Mtjr d&rer. - The principal'Parts to be petfoiuM 'by Mi. Delinei '^Mr/o'TFiid, Mr. Havard, Mr. Bridges, Mr.Winftone, Mr.'-WbodoHm. - MrSiGif-fard, Mrs. Roberts, MrsJBenriet, �'n'dr other*. To which will be added a Fare?, call'd The L Y IN G V A L E T. The Part"of the -Lying Valet by Mr.Yates; Gaylefs, by"- Mr. Blakes; Julrice Guttle, Mr. Tafwell } Beau Trippit, Mr. Neale; Melifla, JVIrs. Bennet j Mrs. Gadabout, Mrs.'Egertoa ; Mrs.'Trippit, Mrs. King ; Kitty Pry, Mrs> Yates. Places for the B_oxes to be taken at the Stage-Door of the Theatre. To begin exactly at Six o'Clock._ C O V EN T-G A R D Mn James ; . And the Part of ;CWoe (alias Lady Lace) by Mrs. OLIVE. Places for the Boxes to be taken of - Mr. Page, at the Stage-Door Granier, ,Mifs Junes,, Mr. Ch?ttle, Mr. Hayes, and Mrs. Hpu^b. Tum.bjing. by Monf. Janno, ^r. Wjlhajrit, and Mr. Hough. Seve-ral new Songs by MT.Brett and Mr. Cunningham. WithJcscraL-"New Equilibres by the.RufliaBoy, who performs feyeral furpr'iing New Ballances. And the .diverting Performances of the famous BATH MORRIS-DANCERS. : To which'will be adde'd, Several new Scenes in Gro^eique Charadfcrs^ call'd The SAILOkS PltOGRESSj or, 'the Humours of Wapping and Stepney. -The Charaflar of, �Harlequin, hy Mjt; ILiyei y-Cojombine Mr?r Hoiigh j '^quire Npodl'e, Mr. Chettfe ; Lolpoop, Mr. Hough Sailors by Mr-.Cunningham, .Mr.Carney, asd, Monf. Granier (Stepney Landlady, Mr�.. Doubl.tcpilk ; Mili Brazen, Mifs Jones ; Mii'� LoveitV M'ify Smith J Mifs.D^awdJe, Mift Evans. The Whole to cohcludfe .with a diverting Dance, call'd The H U M O U"R S '.of." the 1 1 ivj E S. To h, every Evening at.Ha'f an H.aur.after Five o'clock. *#* Every One to pay a Shilling at the Door, and take a Ticket, which Ticket will be taken fora Shilling in the Reckoning. Places for the Bpxes to fee taken at the Bar ot the Wells. A To be LET T,-- In Bloomsbury - Square, Next Doer to the Lord Chief Jujl-.ce L EEV, HOUSE, Ready Furnished. En* ^opc6w"Pn�i�u'ai8 at the feid Iluufe.-- �-- AT* Hickford's Room' ib Einton ltrectin the Hay-Market, this Day, will be ------A E A L. Each Ticket 5 s. The Doors to be Open'd at T=a at Night.- DRESSES to be had at the ROOW.: Tickets to be had at the Boo'kfeller's in Exeter-Exchange, in the Strand j at Mr-Webb's, a Toy/hop, on Ladgate-Hill, joining to Ludgate; at thp Hole in the Wali-in Panton�ftreet, next the faid Room ; and at M^. ,H.ufley*s Chop-fioufe in Ruitel-ftreet, Co-vent-Garden. ' Th? Side-Boajd of Coffee, Tea, and Chocolate, will be open'.d frorri"the Beginning to the Ehd." ' ' " ' ^#''As-'the:PerivBS concern'd in this Undertaking have been fa fortunate as to "rneet with'the Indulgence of tWe "town', and to have given univerial Satisfailion at the two preceding Bills, they th nk it highly neceflary thus publfckly-'td "frtvtfrithsir repeated Thanks to thofe Gentlemen and Ladies, who henour'd them with their Company and .inter eft; "And they Ukewife" beg leave to affurethe'm, that " the utmoft Regularity will be .hferv'd, and the Room be ftill mors and more Ornamented as Time and Opportunity wil* permit. 5 5, c �3 �2 -2 ~2 -2 �2 Mvertifimnts of av^erM Ungfvti^ninfor Ms Pam*J?wMm< Wb* ;