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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 14, 1743, London, Middlesex �}j HV R SD A Yi July 14, i743. SMAIN his M*jefty*s Ships the Ddrfetfitire, Shtewftwiv, Chatham, and the Deptfora'f ,Ptf�?i U�e Tufcrey, Tanner V Francis, t: Aflungton ; Anne, Goalee j. Si-> faniuE; Edmonds; the Exeter, Drew i Europa, Hunter t Anne, Reed ; Amity VBleffing, Hall; Harriet and Theodofia, Reed; Bollon Gaily, Colcott * and the Matilda, -Wilds, for Portmafaone $ Ruxley, Baihley,. for Turkey ; Prince Edward, White.; and the Sally, Cole, for Genoa; Goodfellow,Joyce, for Jamaica ; Friendflup, Mercy, for Liiban* "-atbAccommodation be- ' - tween the Courts -O^Madrid^ and Turin, for Proof of .! ' which they infb^eth'e,'jQ^ his Royal ' . Highnefs for the Inhabits^ts of Savoy to bring Hm in a whole Year's Provifion of Salt.for his Army. Letters from Bruffeb fay, that the States of the Auftrian Netherlands affetnbled die ir3th Inftant, N.S. in order to deliberate '^k^ftA'SM^ff. Fdjfcf $*$ons [.fcf''Florins ? demandedby tfiel^eeh o^Hungar^, f 'v . ' - They write from Bologna of.the.zd jnftant, N.S,. that the Aufoiantwere all in Motion.; that they had amaffed large Quantities of Provifion and Forrage ; that they have alfo received a. great Number of Mules for transporting the Baggage of the Army, and that they would march in a , few Days towards t^ Spanifh Army. -fB^j^vc:.uii-iii^-!lfna&^- the. foIlpwingAccount, how the Count. deLautrec, die French Embaffador to the ' Emperor, caiSaV'tb tefe'lhi* Baggage.--The Count having." fet out from Augburgh for turn, was'met by about 20 Huffars, who iode np to his Coach, and afked him for his Pauport t opon which his Excellency put out his Head at the Coach Door,, and called- to one of his Domcftickt, who was chaiged wfih it; v.^hieV Servants Imagining their Maf^wasmDang^ ; calling oiu to them, g^tti^'about thg iCpach Sword  andPiftol-in Hand; an*thfrHuffars,,not underftanding French; let fly ^origthem,- whereby one {of them was krlied and another wounded ;. the Coach too was pierced withfeveral Shot. Upon the Report of. the Pieces, fome more Huffars immediately came up to theAffiftance of dieir Comrades: Inthis �x�4�rr�/the Count refolved upon. �wng them bis Pnrfe, and Watch,; with a Diamond Ring be had ori^bis Finger;'j';and:al.ta1ftiJ after much Squab--bling;,me':Huf^:bnderiffi^>>i^t an - Em&ffador; however, they: jnfifted upon eafingbim of his Baggage, and told him that it was Prince Charles of Lorrain's Bafinefs to decide whether they fhould reftore it or not.'* The Embaffkddr has firtce had his Baggage, Pqnce Charles having ordered, it to be returned the, Mo-., meht he H^ard of the Affair.^ -'  - - * - ' We hear from Drefden, that a Body of 7 or 8000 Swcon Troops will fpeedily march to the Confines of Prancoraa ; and that a Match is certainly concluded between the Electoral Prince of Saxony and a"Princefi of the Houfe of Savoy. . , : .. ExiraQ of a Letter Movire, and Mr. Hough. Singing by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunningham, and Mrs.-Hill, partfculariy ^NEW SONG, cmf>oi'4bj a -very Celebrated Mafler,.W/a�g by Mr. Brett, in Praife of the Englifh Anns over the French. And A Mad Dialogue by Mr. Brett and Mr. Cunningham. The whole to conclude with feveral New Scenes in Grotei^ue Characters-, call'd HARLEQUIN HERMIT; *the Arabian Courtezan. The Charafter of Harlequin by Mr.Hayes; DonBurlardo, Mr. Chettle; Bullcalf, Mr. Hough 5 Doll Drudge, Mr.Jinno; the Cob-ler, Mr.Granier $ and the Character of Colombine by MUsStory. lb* Cloatbt, Scenes, aid Mujick, being entirely Nem. % Every One mil be admitted for a Pint of Wine a-fine at ufual. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. %* This Performance is quite different to what has been oerformM this Seafon; and every Week we ihall make a new Change in all. the Songs, Daices, and other Performances. To Be LET T,- And Entered upon Immediately^ And no Rent to commence ''till Michaelmas next, AVery good and Well-accuftonVd Houfe at Temple-Bar, the Corner of Sheer-Lane, very commodious for Trade, in very good Repair, painted both within and without, and new gJaa'd ; the Shelves, and other Convenieacies in the Shop for a Hofier or Haberdaiher, to be fold very reasonably, by the Widow of the late Tenant. Nttt, There are a Shed and two Stalls now lett for the Benefit of the Tenant. Lodgings alfo lett well, being near the Ions of Court. The Perfon who rents the Shed will fliew the Houfe. Upon fending a Penny-Poft Letter to Mr. Delander, Watchmaker, near Temple-Bar, the Landlord will wait upon them at any Hour appointed. o TV From a Gentleman's Side, on Tuefday Night laft, coming from Old Sadler's Wells; AScabbard of a Hanger, marked A.M. Whofoerer will bring it to the Bar of Phillips's Chocolate-houfe in Bow-ftieet, or to the Bedford Coffee-houfe, CoventGarden, ihall have Half a Crown Reward. LOST or STOLLEN5- Out of IGng's-lPeJlou Common, within four Miles of Brijiol, in the County of Gloucefter; ALarge Chaize Mare, about 15 Hands high, of an Iron-Grey Colour, three white Feet, and a white Face, with a Hag Main, but has grown fince the Cutting, unlefi aiter'd ; /he is fuppos'd to be ftollen by a Perfon, who came to enquire for Harveft Work j he is about fix Feet High, of a downward Look, and a Black Complexion} he it like wife fuppos'd at the fine Time to have ftoie a new Saddle. Whoever will bring the faid Mare, or give fuch Information, as foe nay be had again, foall receive of Mr. Thomas Maddox, on St. James's-Back, Briftol, the Sum of One Guinea, with all reasonable Charges. -9. xy Jdvertifements of a moderate Length are taken in for this Paper at Two Shillings each. 0 /O 0 ;