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London Daily Post And General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 22, 1743, London, Middlesex The London Daily Poft, and General A^rtifet -FRIDAY, |uly 2a, 1743. _IS Morning failed thfe$f.?Se�ge, Dormer, for Gibraltar; Salfibu-Hancock, for Lilboa ; and the Pretty-Peggy, Miller, for O -porto. Came down and failed the Catherine, ferry, for Lift mi. Remain-in the Downs the Dor-feffhire, and Shrewsbury Men of War, and the Granada Bomb. Wind S.SJE. The Ttyal, Pineaa, from Cette, Is arrived �t Gaernfey. The Vernon, Dunn y aad Tryton, Siunders, from London, at Smyrna, -LONDON. Veflerday arrived a Mail from Flanders. Extras of a letter fr�m Turin, Ju'y 7, N.S. * We hear from Savoy, that the Spaniaids expe& every * Day the firft Batallion of the Militia raifed in Catiionia, * and in the mean time, have detached 19 Barallions to- * wards the Valley of Lizeraand Cor flans j but after the ' Jun&ion of the Troops coming from Lombardy, the * King's Army will be fuperior to the Spaniards ; fo that ' we begin to think their Defign of penetrating into Italy * impracticable. Neverthelefs, feveral Forts have been * lately taifed between Villafranca and the Valley of Aofte; 4 a Line is alfo drawn by that Valley, Suza, Saluces and 1 Demont ; and we continue to take as many Precautions, ' as if we were really inferior in Number to the Spa. 4 niards.' Letters from Bologna fay, that Orders are iffued for getting Etapes for the Auftrian Troops that are expe&ed there from the Modeneze, but that it was not yet certain what Day thofe Troops would arrive ; that the Infantry of the Spanifh Army under the Duke of Modena is almoft recruited, by Levies made in the Kingdom of Naples and the EcclefiaiHck State ; but that both Armies ftill continued in the feme Polls. ' They write from Leghorn, that they have felt two Shocks of Earthquake, at which they are exceedily al-larmed, tho' the Damage done is but inconsiderable, be-caufe the laS great Earthquake is ftill frelh in their Memories, and they look upon this as a very bad Prefage, efpe-cially as they are in fo much Danger of the PefUIence being brought among them. Letter from Hanover, dated July 16, N.S. * The Emperor's Minifter at this Court gives out, that 1 his Matter is very tmuch inclined to give Ear to an Ac-' commodation, but yet without tying himfelf down in any * Articles that may prejudice France. It is probable, * however, that his Imperial Majefty will make no Propo-' falsof Peace, until it appears whether the Junction of � the two French Armies will give a new Turn to his Af-4 fairs. We are affured, that the Duke de Noailles has ' full Powers to enter into a Negotiation, and that he made ' fome Overtures on this Head in his laft Conferences with � the Emperor, at which Prince William of Hefle Gaffe! * was defired to be prefent; but it is doubted, whether th� * Propofals made by the French General were of fuch a � Nature as to accelerate a Peace.' Letters from Ratifbon fay, that the Siege of Straubin-gen is pufhed on with a great deal of Vigour, and that the Auitrians have brought fome Hundreds of Peafants from Bavaria and the Upper Palatinate, to be employed in making Fafcines, &c * From Mentz they tell us, that Marfhal Noailles's whole Army is on this Side of the Rhine; and that Marfhal Brog-lio's Army is reduced to i7ooo|Men, having loft 7300 Men, between Ingolftadt and Spire; they reckon that 21 �3 were taken Prifoners, and that the reft were either killed or died of their Wounds on the Route. According to Advices from Drefden, the King of Poland has frequent Conferences with his Minifters on the Subjecl of the Difpatches that arrive almoft every Day from Vienna, Berlin and the Head Quarters of the Confederate Army at Hanau ; and that, in Spightof all the Machinations of France, his Majefty has acceded to the Treaty between the Courts of Peter/burgh, Vienna and London. They write from the Hague of the 24th Inftant, N.S. that Count Mauritius of Naflau fet oat that Day for Doef-burgh, which is to be the General Rendezvous of the Dutch Troops defigned as Auxiliaries to the Queen of Hungary, and that thefe Forces will arrive at Munfter the 11 th of next Month at fartheft, where they are to be received by. her Hungarian Majefty's Commiflaries. They write from Amfterdam, that their laft Letters from Germany brought Advice, that the Van Guard of Prince Charles of Lorrain's Army, confiding of about 2200 Men, Was actually arrived at Hanau, and that the reft of the Army was in the Neighbourhood of Baden Dourlach ; that 220 Pandoures and Huffars, had entered the Town of Heidelberg, and that they make no Difficulty at Manheim, to admit the Auftrians into that City. From Parma we have Advice, that (he Courier who carried thither the Orders for four Regiments* of Piedmonteze Cavalry to march forthwith for Piedmont, like wife charged them ftridUy, in the King's Name, not to halt on the Route 'till they arrived on his Territories. Several privare Letters from "Germany confirm the Accounts, that the French are determin'd to fecure themfe'ves behmdtkeir Lines, oft this fide of the Rhine,"as they have formerly done $ and that, confequently, if the Allies will fight them, they rmiit tike fome Pains for it.--Strange! that the Troops of the Grand Monarch, who fo lately intended to give Laws to the Queen of Hungary, from the Walls of Vienna, fliouW be now fought after by die Troops they fp much defpis'd. "Orders are giveii to the Perfons concerned in building the feveral Men of War in the River, to finifh them with the utmoft Expedition. And we hear that fome Ships of the Line will fpeedily be fent to the Mediterranean, to re-inforce Admiral Matthews ; who 'tis faid is actually going dh a very important Expedition, with a Squadron of 10 Men of War, and two Bomb Veffels. We are affured that the laft Letters from Portugal give an Account, that the King continues in the fame State of Health he has been in for Tome Time. paft.. His Majefty's Ships the Medway, Capt. Cockburn, arrived at Lifbjn the 13th of July, N.S fiom cruizing off the Canaries. Yefterday embark'd at Greenwich cn board the William and Mary Yacht, for Holland, her Grace the Dutchefs of .Richmond with a grand Retinue. Yefterday John Edwards, Ffq; was married to Mils Anne Man (hip, a young Lady of fine Accomplifhments, and Daugh er of John Manfhip, Efq; of Princefs-ftreet. 1 ue Right Hon. the Lord Harvey lies dangeroufly ill, at the Seat of his Fa her the Right Hon. the Earl of Briflol, at Ickworth in Suffolk. On Saturday laft died at hi, Se3t at Tichbourn, near Al resford, Hamp'.Hre, Sir Henry Tichbourn, Bart, one of the moft ancient families in England. On Wednefday laft died at Charlton in Kent, Mr.Sn-ders, an eminent Farmer, a Perfon much eiteemed by his Acquaintance { his Death will be an irreparable Lofs to the Poor, he employing a great many of them.. On Tuefday Morning died of an Apopledtick Fit, at his Houfe at Enfield, Francis Boycott, Efq; an eminent Proctor in Doftors-Common*!, one of the Governors of Chrilt-Hofpital, and poffeffed of a confiderable Eftate in Shrop-(hire, who was a Perfon . f an umblemifhed Character in all Refpedls ; and whole prudent Tendernefs, Indulgence, and Sincerity, rendered him a Pattern moft worthy of Imitation, as a Hufbind, a Parent, and a Friend. Yefterday Morning died at his Hoofe in Clements-Lane, Cannon-flreet, Mr. Edward Yeates,. a very eminent Carpenter, and one of the Cornmon-Couocil-Men of that Ward. On Tuefday laft died at his Houfe in St. Mary Overy's Churchyard, MrrNewington, Attorney at Law, in very good Bufinefs. Yefterday died at his Houfe in Wych-ftreet, near Drury-Lane, Mr. Barne.*, a Peruke-maker of* good Bufinefs, who was employed by moft of the Gentlemen of New-Inn and Lyons-Inn. Laft Saturday William Carteret was committed to Maid-ftoneGoal, Kent, charged on the Oath* o' Edward Holly-man and John Coles, with travelling about the Country, and afk'ng Charity under a falfe Pretence of Lofs by Fire in or near the Parifh of Fant in the County of Suffex, and thereby receiving Money from the faid Edward Hollyman and John Cole, and divers others of his Majefty's Subjects, under fuch falfe Pretences. Yefterday Ann Burton was committed to Clerkenwell Bridewell by Col. De Veil, for felonioufly taking, out of the Dwelling-Houfe of Mrs. Mary Ellis, a great Quantity of Plate and Wearing Apparel, her Property, found upon her. To the Author of the London Daily Post. S I R, IWas not a little pleafed with a Paragraph I faw in your Paper fome Time fince, which gives an Account of the wife and laudable Proceedings of the Magiftrates of the City of Edinburgh, in relation to their juft and prudent Management of their Poor. It has long been Matter of great Wonder and Surprize to me, that this large and populous City of London, that in moft other Things is fo well regulated� flwu'd be fo long fo much infefted with fuch Swarms of Beggars about the Streets, and every Part thereof, fo that they area common Nufance to the reft of his Majefty's Liege People going a-bout their lawful Occafions, and this notwithstanding fo many good and wholfome Laws provided as a Cure for this great Evil. An Evil, which tho' every one fo juftly complains of, yet few take proper Steps towards applying the Remedy provided, agreeable to the old Proverb, * That what is � every Body's Bufinefs is no Body's:' But by this laudab'e Procedure of the City of Edinburgh, a Method is plainly chalked out that will do the BuGriHs effectually, will confine the golden Stream of Charity to its proper Channel, occafion the real Objects thereof to be diftinguifh'd from the numerous Impoftors, and to be much better taken care of, and provided for. I rejoice to fee fo good an Example fet, and hope it will be imitated in the fame, or fome other Manner, by the Le-giflature, or the Magiftrates of this great and opulent City The many diTagreeable Objects ydo meet with almoft in every Street are docking to all, and may be very prejudicial to.many. . 1 ' ' ' !  ; ' ThereVnone, that is more moved with the Bowels of Pitf and Compaffion for the Sufferings, Wants, and Calamities of his Fellows-Creatures, nor none that ft mote inclined to have proper Relief given in a proper Manner to fuch ai' are really Objects of Charity, than, Tour Humble Servants Philanthropes. ........ ... -..- - High Water this Day at London-Bridge at 57 Mi'-, notes after it. Bank Stock 148. India Ditto 193 a 192 1 half. South Sea Stock lit Ditto Old Annuities 115 1 8th. Diito New 115 5 8ths a 1 half. Three per Cent. Annuities 103 1 half a 104 1 4th. Ditto 1742, i�j t haftf a J 04 14th. Ditto 1743, 101 \ 4th a 3 4ths aJ?$tlii Million Bank 119. Equivalent 109. Royal Affurance 83% London Affurance 12. Englifh Copper-4 1. id a. Seven per Cent. Emptor's Loan 115. Five per Cent, ditto no Price. Bank Circulation 5 1. 12 s. (> d. Piem. India Bonds 41. 15 s. Pr. Three and a half Salt Tallies 3 Prem.- Three aod a half per Cent. Exchequer Orders 4 3 4ths Prem. Three per Cent, ditto i half* DifctJunt. Lottery Tickets 11 1. 8 s. , . SADLE R's-W EL L S,� AT SADLER's-WELLS, adjoining to the New-River Head, this Day, will he perform'd US UAL DIVERS I O N S.1 With Variety of Tumbling and Vaulting, by MonAGUILIOME, Monf. DAVID, �sd Signor FRANCISCQUE j Rope-Dancing by the two Mils' RAYNERS; Poflures, and feveral new Equilibrei, by Mr.Rayner; With feveral Entertainments of Dancing (both Sen cms and Comisj by Monf. Froment, Mr. Davenport, Mafter Matthews, Mr. Pelling, Mr. Olbeldiftpn, Mr. MiJes, Mr. Rayner, Mr. Clagget, Mr. DeE-falde, Mrs. Bullock, Mrs. La Font, MifeWright, Mrs. Phillips, Mifir King, Mrs. Valloit, Mrs. An/ley, and Mife Rayner ; .1 With fereral new Songs by Mr. Hemfkirk and Mils HILLIER. : The Whole to Conclude with HARLE QJJ IN PROTEUS, Alter'd and Reviv'd, with the Addition of fereral new Comic Scenes) (never before perform'd) call'd NO MAGICK LIKE LOVE. The Scenes, Cloaths, and Decorations, being New. To begin every Evening at Five o'clock. . Monf. GUILIOME and Monf. DAVID will throw a Soraef fet through a Hegfhead, with feveral new Exercifes never perform'd before. G O O D M A N's-F I E L D S.- AT the NEW WELLS the bottom of Lmon-ftrectt Goodman't-Fieldt, this Day, will be perform'd The USUAL DIVERSIONS. With Rope-Dancing by Monf. JANNO, Monf. Movire, and Mr. Hough. Dancing by Mr. Carney, Madem. Perrault, the two Mail en and Mifi Granier, Mifs Story, Mr. Chettle, Mr. Hayes, and Mrs. Hough. . And TUMBLING by Monf. JANNO, Monf. Movire, and Mr. Hough. Singing by Mr. Brett, Mr. Cunningham, and Mrs. Hill, particularly .4 NEW SONG, comfoi'diy a very Celebrated Mafler, and Jung by Mr. Brett, in Praife of the Englifh Arms over the French. And A Mad Dialogue by Mr. Brett and Mr. Cunningham. With feveral NEW EQUILIBRES by the RUSSIA BOY, who performs feveral entire new Ballances. To which will be added, feveral New. Scenes in Grotefque Chi- ; rafters, call'd HARLEQUIN STATUE; OR, ?he yenetian Outwitted. The Whole to Conclude with A Reprefentation of IVater-iVorh, as in the Doge's Gar* / dens at Venice, lie Cloaibt, Scenes, and Mufick, being entirely New. #� Every One will be admitted for a Pint of Wine a-piece as ufuaL To begin every Evening at Five o'Clock. This Performance is cjuite different to what has been perform'd this Seafon; and every Week we flull make  new Change la all the Songs, Dances, and other Performances. To bt SOL D,~-- And Entered upon Immediately* A Large Houfe at Twickenham in middle- X\ fes, lately inhabited by the Right Hon. the Lord Mount ague, withall its Furniture, Oothoufes, and Stabling, plealintJy fituated, with Gardens to the River Thames, aad Green-Houfei well-fur-nifted. For further Particulars enquire at the laid Honfe; or at Mr. Brad' (haw's in Soho-Square. % The Houfe is compleatly furni/h'd,. and in very good Repair, and fit to accommodate any Nobleman or Gontkman's Family. BRITISH LIQUID BLACKING^ For SHOES er BOOTS, FAR preferable to aay Thing of the Kind hitherto made ufc of; it likewife not requiring half the Time or Trouble, as the l&alls, Sec. do in ufing. To be had only at Old Tom's Coffee-houfe in Biichin-Lane, Corn? hill; and at Mrs. Macfaol's, Chandler, oppente the Talbot Inn iit the Strand, at 1 s. the Pot, with Directions. Proper Broflies 64, -9 -9 Mvertifements of a moderate Length are taken in for this Paper at Two SbiUinp each. ;