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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 21, 1743, London, Middlesex Tlie London Daily Poft, and THURSDAY, July 21, 1743. Deal, July [HIS Morning failed to the Wcft-ward the Difpatch Tender, and Molly, Bowman, for Virginia. There are two Ships arrived, bat know not their Names. Remain the Men of War, and Bomb, with the three Outward-bound Shipt. Wind S.W. Grave/end, July 19. Pafs'd by the WeftGilby, from Calais; ^Dunkirk, Smith, from Dunkirk; Grace, Spiring * Har-grave, KsUy; D'Argent, Knowel; and Hannah, Jones, from Oporto j and London Merchant, Hill, from Dublin. /hrvved at feveral Ports. " The Salaonah, Linthora, from London ; and Italian-merchant, Ribie, from Hall, are arrived at Gibraltar. The Fanny, Roberts, from London, at Figura. The Hibemia, Comerford, from Cork, at Barbadoes. The Pe are able to fall apon them withfupe- * rior Forces, before they can be at Hand to fuccour each ' other : BefiJes, it does not appear that they can have any * reafonable Pretence for fraying in Germany, after we * have entirely evacuated that ,C�ontry. Thefe Letters ' add, an Aflorance that the King of Pruffia is .coming 4 down to Juliets and Bergues, at the Head of .60,000 * Men, in order to make the Englifh turn out of Germany ; ' yet few amongft as expect fach a good Turn at his Pruf-' fian Majefly's Hands, but are rather apt to think, if * there is any Truth at all in this News, that he has fome * other Project in his Head. The Counts de Saxe and * Vanolles were to beat Worm's the 19th Inftant, in order ' to confult Marfhal Noailks about fome Military Ope- * rations. � The firft Divifion of the Army which Marfhal Brog- * lio has brought Home from Bavaria encamps at -Guer- * nefheim, and the reft in the Neighbourhood of Spire. * All our Troops are ordered to be in Readinefs to march. ' The Slownefs of the Englifh to quit their Camp near * Hanau, is attributed to the King of Great-Britain's taking * a Trip to Hanover : Marfhal Noaillea will regulate his * Motions by the March of the Confederate Army; Count * Maurice of Saxony is to do the fame according to the * Route Prince Charles of Lorrain takes. ' Marfhal Noailles's Army has marched to Oppenheim ' in fix-Columns ; his Excellency always brought op the * Rear-Guard.? ^ They write from Peterfboorg, that on the 21ft paftin the Morning, the Emprefs, accompanied by his Imperial Highnefs the Great Duke, left PeterhofF, and went by Land to a fmall Palace, called Catherina Hoff, fituated on the Bank of the Neva, and from thence her Imperial Majefty and the Great Duke came by Water in a Sloop to the Summer Palace in that City, where they arrived about eight o'clock ia the Evening, and were faluted by, the Cannon of the Admiralty and Fcrt at they pafjed by. Her Imperial Miyefly intends to refide in the Summer Palace daring the reft of t^e fine Seafon. . Letters from Stockholm dated July 5, O.S. fay, that on the 3d arrived there an Exprefs from Abo, with the Czarina^ Ratification of the Preliminaries figned there on the 26th of laft Month. The Danifb AmbafTadpr, M.Ber-kentin, having received his Letters of Revocation, took on the 4th, his Audience of Leave of hit Swedifh Majefty, and. on the 5th in the Morning early fet out on his Return Home. They write from Frankfort, that the Auftrian Hollars, in their March to the Neckar, have defeated feven Com- panies of French Infantry at Walldorf^and made three Squadrons ofHorfe Prifoners: And the French being pref-fed in their Retreat, had hot Time to born their Magazines of Forage at Heidelberg and Zwingenberg, which are very cofcfiderable. The laft Divifion of Marihal de Noailles's Army Tepaffed the Rhine on the 17th Inftant, N.S. at Oppenheim, two Leagues from Mayence; and the Troopi nn-der Marfhal Broglio, having alfo repafled the Rhine, extend thernfelves from Spire to Fort Louis. It is farther raid, the French intend to form a Line from Worms to Spire, and to reftore thofe which formerly extended from Spire to Neuftadt. Nantes of the Britijb Officers Killed and Wounded at the Battle at Dettingen. Lieutenant General Clayton, and Major Collin Campbel his Aid du Camp, killed; His Royal Highnefs the Duke, and Brigadier Hufke, wounded. , HORSE. \\ Third Troop of Horfe Guards. Lieut. Col. Latrielonicre, y Major Johnilon, and Capt. Wills, weunded. '� Second Troop of Grenadier Guards. Lieutenant Elliot, wounded. Royal Regiment of Horfe - Guards. Cornet Davies, wounded. The King's Regiment. Capt. Meriden, Lieut, Draper, and Cornet Alder ft, killed. Major Carr, Capt. Saurin, Capt. Smith, and Lieut. Walli?, wounded. Lieut. General Ligonier's. Lieur. Col. Ligonier, Capt. Stuart, Capt. Robinfon, Lieut. Cholmondeley, and Cornet Rkhardfun, wounded. DRAGOONS. Royal North Britijb Dragoons. Lieut. Piefton, wounded. The King's Regiment. Major Honywood, Capt. Brown, Lieut. Robinfon, Cornet Monteath, Cornet Dawfon, and Cornet O'Carrol, wounded. The Sheen's Regiment. Lieut. Falconer, and Comet Hobey, killed. Lieut. Frazer.and Cornet St.Lcgtr,wounded. FOOT. Brigadier Hnjlow's. Lieut. Col. Keightley, Major Barry, died r7g July in the Evening, and Lieut. Robinfon, wounded. Colonel Sotole's. Major Greenwood, and Capt. Lee, wounded. Col. Durouris. Capt. Philips, and Lieut. Monro,"killed. Capt. Campbel, Lieut. Williams, and Enfiga Townfhend, wounded. Brigadier Pultenefs. Enfign Oglebie, and Enfign Gray, wounded. North Britijb Fuziliers. Lieut* Yonge, killed. Lieut Leringfton, mounded. Royal WeUb Fuziliers. Colonel Peers, and Lieut Price, wounded. Colonel Jchnfm%s. Capt George Campbel, Lieutenant Strange ways, Lieut. Maxwell,'and Lieut. Fletcher, killed. Brigadier Ponfinbfs. Capt. Dehays, wounded. The Total of the Horfe and Dragoons, killed \ and wounded, were � 5 � Foot and Artillery, ditto � � - 494 Total 821 There were 327 Horfes killedt and 155 wounded. There is Advice, that the Bumper, Maylor, from Cork to Lifbon, which was lately taken by the Spiniards on the Coaft of Galicia, was afterwards re-taken by the Fox Man of War, and brought into Plymouth. Yefterday an Account came, that the Endeavour, Scott, bound from London to Madeira, was taken the 2 2d of June, 80 Leagues to the Weft ward of the Burlings, by a Spanifh Privateer of 18 Guns and 60 Men, and carried into B tyonne. The fame Day there was an Account, that the Ant, Pooley, from Figura, for London, is taken by the Spaniards. They write from Carolina, of the 22d of May, that his Majefty's ^Ship the Rofe, Captain Franklyn, came into Charles-Town the Wednesday before with three Prizes, viz. a Sloop and two Schooners. Captain Franklyn in his Cruize alfo drove on Shear, a Spanifh Privateer, with 155 Men on board. By Letters from Portugal, there^is the melancholly News, that the St. Philip Snow, Capt. Peffke-hroan Commander, (which Ship formerly belonged to the South Sea Company, and in which Capt. Stevens made two fuccefiful Voyages, fince the Commencement of the War with Spain) was lately furprized in the River Plata by the Spaniards, and the Crew mordered. It is faid the Spaniards came on board her under a Pretence of baying Goods, and while the greateft Part of the Crew were down in tbe Hold, they of a fudden ftabb'd the Captain, and thofe apon Deck, and afterwards deftroy'd the reft, and feized the Ship. We are now informed, that M^- Pont, who undertook to Row from Kingfton-Bridge to Gravefend in 13 Honrs, loft his Wager ; which was owing to his being taken fo extremely ill about three Miles of this fide of Gravefend, that he was obliged to be carried on Shoar, at which Time he had two Hours good. Yefterday Morning about four o'clock, Mr. Withers, a wealthy Batcher in the Botcher-Row, near Temple-Bar, having been abroad in good Health with fome Friends the Night before, came Home, and died in an Apopledick Fit. Yefterday fe'mvght the Affizes ended at Abingdon, when only one Perfon received Sentence of Death, viz. John, Hamerton, for Horfe Mealing. Qnewascaft for Transportation, and three ordered to De whipp'd. . Friday laft the AfhVes ended at Oxford, where Iikewife bat one Perfon was condemn'd, viz. Thomas Sacheverell, for two Robberies on the H^hway ; and one was caft for Tranfportation. The noted Manfdl Sanlbury, for tbe Highway, is to be removed by Habeas Corpus to Buckingham. "On Sararday laft, Dne of the Town Gamblers taking an Opportunity of walking before a Country Gentleman in Holborn, ftooped and TeemiBgly took np a Moidore, on which he invited (according to Cuftonr) the. Gentleman to take a Glafs of Wine, on his good Fortune, and they went to a Tavern in the fame Street, where he toon founds Tack of Cards and afk'd the Gentleman to play with him, but finding him not inclined to it, he rebb'd him of a Sam of Money, and found Means to get off undifcover'd, fhrb' a Crowd of People, who were affembled together on the Gentleman's crying out. On Saturday laft one Donald, a Man who had been a Porter, or Labourer, for many Years, for the People at Kentifh Town, and had faved about 301. unluckily made an Acquaintance with a Fellow, that he happen'd tofall into Company with in the Town, and invited him home to his Lodging, where he treated, him, and afterwards admitted him to lie with him ; in return of which Civilities, the Villain got up, whilft Donald was a�feep,-^robb*d him of the Money above-mentioh'd, and got' off.nndifcover'd. C O U N TRY-N &.MSM* + ' Newcafile, July 16. At the Genef^i^^^aifiJ^oos held for this Town and County on.Wt^isei^ry^iltvro Women were tried for Petty lirceny^7-'m^m<-tr^nxf(ls acquitted, and the other, being a very young Creature, is to have private Correction. The difcharging of Prifoners for Debt on the late Ad, was referrd to another Day. An ExtraS of a private Letter from Germany. 4 Captain James Haliburton, of Brigadier Howard's Re- * giment, and Brigade Major to the four Britifh Regi-' ments at Ghent, having been fent thence to the Army, 4 with an Efcort of 11 7 roopers, in order to receive a < Route for the March of the Troops from Ghent, with * the Cloathing for the Army, &c. and having receiv'd ' his InftruQions accordingly, wa.% upon his Return in the ' Night between the 15 th and 16th of June, fnrpriz'd at * the Sight of the Vanguard of the French coming over ' the Main. He immediately wheel'd, in order to ajarra * die Army; and tho* hewasattack'd by a Body of French, * Hnffars, yet, after killing five of them, he refolately < fought his Way, and arrived at the King's Quarters with < the firft Intelligence of the French having began to pafs < the Mayn. His Majefty having afk'd him feveral Quef-' tions, thank'dhim, put the Army in Order, and march'd * agaihft the Enemy.-Capt. Haliburoa has gain'd im-' mortal Honour by this Step, (and merited 1 well ofjiis � Country) whereby 'tis prefuin'd the whole French Army ' was prevented coming over the Main.' Gloucefer, July 16. This Evening the Jadges arrived here, in order to hold the Affizes for this City and County, at which there is the fmalleft Number of Prifoners to be try'd that hath been known for many Years. Price of Corn at Gloucefter. Wheat from 4 s. to 4s. 4d. Barley 2 s: td~~2 s." 2 d. ' Oats 1 s. 10 d. to 2 s. Beans .2 s: 8 d. to 3 s. Bank Stock 148. India Ditto 19233. South Sea Stock 115 Ditto Old Annuities 115 a 1 8th. Ditto New 115* half. Three per Cent. Annuities no Price. Ditto 1742, no Price. Ditto 1743, 100 a 1 8th. Million Bank 119. Equivalent 109.. Royal Afforance 83. London Afiurance 12. Englifh Copper 41. 10 s. Seven per Cent. Emperor's Loan 115 a 1 half a 115. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 5 1. 12 s. 6d. Pr. India Bonds 41. 15 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Pxem. Three and a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 4 3 4ths- Prem. Three per Cent, ditto 1 halfDifc. Lottery Tickets 111. 8 s. 8ADLE R/s-W E L L S- AT SADLER'S-WELLS, adjoining tc the New-Eiw Htad, tha Day, wfll be perfcrm'd The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting, by Manf. guojome; Monf. DAVID, aad Signor FRANCISCQUEj Rope-Dancing by the two Mi6 RAYNEJLSj Pofhues, and feveral hcw EquiEbres, by Mr.Raynet; With feveral Entertainments of. Dancing (both Serious and Comic) by Mbnf.Froment, Mr. Davenport, Mafter Afatthem, Mr. Peuuag, Mr. Olbeidifton, Mr. Miles, Mr, Rayner, Mr. Chgget, Mr.De�-falde, Mrs. Bollock, Mrs. La Font, Mi&Wright, Mrs. Phillips, Mua King, Mrs. ValJois, Mrs. Anfley, and Mi&Rayner; With fevers! new Songs by Mr. Hemlkirk and Mifi HILLIER. The Whole to Conclude with H A R L E Q_U IN PROTEUS, Alctr'd and Reviv'd, with the Addition of feveral new Comic Sqeott (never before pafona'd) call'd NO MAGICK LIKE LOVE. The Scenes Cloaths, and Decorations, being New. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. % Monf.